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September 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TO ASSUME DUTIES .. Mis. Lifzinger, left, will be installed as corresponding secretary and Mrs. Moore, right, as president, of the Arfcon- sas Hospital Auxiliary in Hot Springs Area Women Be Installed By Auxiliary To UDC Installs New Officers Mrs. Margaret Leo was hostess Tor the September meeting of Mildred Lee Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, with Mrs. Earl Brown serving as co-hostess. Fifteen members were present. Officers were installed as follows: Mrs. L. L. Browne Jr., president; Mrs. E. A. Yeuler, vice president; Mrs. Lamar Sharp, second vice president; Mrs. Brown, secretary; Mrs. W. G. Chambloe, treasurer; a n d Miss Virginia Tidball, historian. Mrs. Lee, retiring president, reviewed the record of the past year, showing it to he an exceptional one. Seven new members were added and among patriotic activities the making of a number of scuffs by Mrs. Chamblee for patients at t h e VA Hospital was cited. Mrs. Yeater and Mrs. C. E. Johnson were named delegates to the Arkansas Division convention of UDC in October. Mrs. Stanley Saunders presented- a program of unusual incidents and facts about the War Between the States which she had recently gathered in Alabama and Misslsippi. Gfimra v r T T /or x \YOMEN Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1974 « Civic Club Announces Changes Births Canoe-Sailing And Gymnastics Courses Offered A called meeting of the board of Women's Civic Club was held Wednesday of last week at Roberta Fulbrlght Library. It was announced that due to the resignation of Mrs. Richard Trice, president, the vice president, Mrs. Henry Hallin, will fill the uncxpired term of office. The nominating committee was activated to f i l l the va- Announcements REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Hut- clicns of Springdale, a son, Sept. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Knalton of Spvingdalc, a son, Sept. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Burnett of Springdale. a daughter, Sept. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Adkins of Winslow, a son, Sept. 13. Play-Learn Drop-in Nursery at First Baptist Church is open from 8:30 a.m. until 12 Monday through Friday cancy in president. the office of vice The fifteenth annual conven-| tion of the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association will be held in Hot Springs on Sunday, Sept. 22, through Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the Arlington Hotel. Mrs. Frank Mackey Jr., will preside. Registration will begin at 3:30 p.m. Sunday and will resume at 8:30 a.m. Monday. The opening session will begin at 9:30 a.m. Monday with the welcome being given by Albert W. Pilkington, president of the Arkansas Hospital Association. This will be the first y e a r that the Auxiliary and the Arkansas Hospital Association will On Dale Tuesday morning, Mrs. Bumpers, First Lady of keynote address given by D. executive vice share the which will be Eugene Sibery, president of the Blue Cross Association of Chicago. The main speaker for the Auxiliary segment on Monday, will be Mrs. William P. Greenberg of Detroit, past president of the Michigan Association of Hospital Auxiliaries. Her topic will be "community outreach." Mrs. Greenberg started her hospital volunteer work as founding treasurer of Sinai Hospital Women's Guild of Detroit. She has many appointments by the American Hospital Association. Her article, "Service with Love" appeared in the August 1973 issue of Volunteer Leader. At the present time she is serving as a trustee on four boards and the Neuromuscular Institute, which is affiliated with the Metropolitan Society for Crippled Children and Mt Cannel Mercy Hospital. A noon luncheon for Auxilians and their administrators with a slide presentation of "This is your Hospital" will be narrated by Dr. Roger M. Busfield Jr., executive director of the Arkansas Hospital Associa- Arkansas, will address the group and has chosen "The Volunteer is Important" as har topic. Health' education with presentations of films on cancer and its's results and a panel presentation on SCAN by Sharon Palone will also be on Tuesday. To round up the session, a noon lujicheon and fashion show "Hospital Uniforms Past and Present," by Memorial Hospital Auxiliaries of Little Rock will be presented. Mrs. Moore of Springdale Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will be installed as state president on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Sam McNair of Fayetteville, past president of Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association. Mrs. Woore is past president of Springdale Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, and under her leadership. Play Hospital was initiated. Many new areas in Auxiliary work were opened under ler direction. She has attended Midwest Health Congress for the last three years represent Arkansas tion. On Monday afternoon, six workshops will be held as f o l l o w s , "plan a 'good program," "be a good treasurer,' "run a gift shop," start a red coat program," "expand inservice projects," and "write a newsletter;" A legislative reunion .will be be held at 6 p.m. Monday for all Auxilians. Mrs. Don Moore, of Springdale, president-elect of Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association, Miss Inez Miller, historian, and Mrs! C. W. Heustess, Northeast district chairman, will be hostesses. A legislative reunion will b( held with John Rivers, assistan for legislation of the American Hospital Association, Washing ton office, and Edward Weimer director of Region 7, American Hospital Association, Dallas office, fielding questions. and will Hospital Auxilaries at the congress this year. Mrs, Moore has received her 2,500 hour pin for services in 1973 and a 4,000 hour guard for the pin for 1974. She has t a u g h t in the Episcopal C h u r c h School for many years, is a past president of PTA in Alabama and Arkansas, served as parliamentarian at Tyson's Elementary School, is on the hoard of United Fund, United Community Service, director oE Miss Springdale High Pageant, director of the Junior Rodeo Queen Contest, and is co-chairman of he Chicken Cooking Contest in Housewarming Surprises Couple Friends and relatives surpris- ed.Mr. and Mrs. Larry Franklin with a housewarming at their home on Lake Sequoyah Drive Sunday afternoon. After the couple opened gifts brought by those surprising them,- refreshments of cake, coffee, tea and lemonade were served. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Franklin and sons, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs.. Gene Thacker and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Thacker, Mrs. Beatrice Connody. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Markham, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor, Mrs. Mildred Ratlitf, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yates and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mrs. Burl Fisher and Mrs. Cleo Fisher. Business Women Have New Members An upsurge in enrollment has been noted in intermediate gymnastics at the University of Arkansas and interest is mounting In canoeing and sailing. These are three new courses approved by the College of Education for this fall and the 1975 spring semester. Intermediate gymnastics is being offered for the first time this fall. In this course, apparatus work has b e e n added to beginning gymnastics. The courses (fall and spring) are taught by Nancy Lowe of the University's Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department. "Apparatus work covers the four international events for women -- balance beam, uneven parallel bars, free floor exercise, and vaulting -- plus special events such as power tumbling and trampoline," Miss Lowe said. Miss Lowe organized a women's gymnastics team here can begin to expect a good level pt competition," the young instructor said. The 1975 A r k a n s a s state gymnastics meet will be held on tlie University campus in Fayetteville. Also, Miss Lowe plans to bring to the campus a gymnastics team for exhibition. "We will be giving a gymnastics demonstration at hairiime during one of games "We gave a demonstration last year and it was televised over the Southwest Conference. That was good for our program." Miss Lowe also " "'""·' about teaching the canoeing and sailing during the 1975 ' It was decided that the Oct. 1 meeting of the club would be a covered dish luncheon at Fellowship Hall of the First Christian Church. A white elephant sale will be held in conjunction with this event. An interesting program is foeing arranged and a newsletter will be sent to the membership prior to the event. Mrs. Dick Pratt and Mrs. Guy Brown are project chairmen and Mrs. Frank Davis is social chairman. Mr. and Mrs. of Fayetleville Sept. 13. Bill R. Kisor a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Elliott of Fayelteville, a son, Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Ward of Bentonville, a daughter, Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Whorton of Huntsville. a son, Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Orval B. Philips of Springdale, a son, Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs. James W. McGinnis of Bentonville, a son, Sept. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Baxter of Wesley, a son, Sept, 15. noon each week. All ages of pre-school children will be accepted from birth through five years. ·. Further information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Beltyo Blew at 443-3673. Please do not call the church office. Butterfield T r a i l School Parent T e a c h e r Association will h o l d its first meeting of the year at 7 p\m, Thursday at the school building. 3r. Jamie supervisor Miss Rasberry Is Engaged To Marry Dial, elementary in the Arkansas State Department of Education, will be speaker choosing as her subject "Parents are Teachers Too." Officers, c o m m i t t e e members and member of .the school faculty will be introduced at an open house which will follow the meeting. Parents may tour the building and meet '" parents are the teachers. All invited to attend. Parole Consideration ATLANTA, Ga. (APJ -- The Army automatically .will consider parole for William L. Galley Jr. on Nov. 19 -- the dale when the former lieutenant will have served one-third of his sentence for 22 murders at My Lai. But Calley's lawyer says his client should have already been released from Ft. Leavenworth. Fayetteville teaching three years ago and each year the team has championship. Gymnastics taken the state is stili a new said. provide small S igma Alpha Iota Alumnae Chapter will hold "its first fall business meeting at 8 p.m. Thurday in the home of the president, Mrs. Robert Hickson, 117 E. Davidson. Following the business meeting a musicale will he held in conjunction with the college chapter, Sigma Omicron. · Iota Chapter of Kappa Kappa Iota, which was scheduled to meet Thursday, will not meet until Thursday Sept. 26, at 7 the home of Beverly Sigma Chi Wives and Mothers Club will meet at 10 a.m. Fri- at the Sigma Chi House for coffee. Mrs. Mary Challacombe, housemother w i l l be hostess. All Sigma Chi wives area are Fayettevillo Business and Professional Women's Club members met at Wyatt's Cafeteria Monday for a dinner session. Guests for the evening were .. Mildred Turner, Diane Smith. Johnson 1 , Hilda Mary Northwest Arkansas. Mrs. William Litzinger of Fayetteville will be installed as corresponding secretary for the State Auxiliary. She has worked with the auxiliary for 18 years, s past president of the Candy Striper program, served on the aoard as chairman of nursing scholarships, was legislative chairman for Northwest Arkansas in 1973-74, was on the state board in 1972-73, and is active in business enterprises. , Wood, Brenda Bruce and Jim mie Ames. Mrs. Marilu Zillman Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Wood's applications f o r membership were approved. It was announced that the district conference "will be held Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 5 and 6, at the Fayetteville Holiday Inn with registration beginning at 12 noon Saturday.- The program for -the evening vas presented by Mrs. Ava Gray, chairman of the personal development committee. She discussed how people learn from heir senses and how and why people react to other people as course to many Arkansas junior high schools and senior high schools. Miss Lowe said. "There is no competition, as such, in Arkansas for our University team," she s a i d . "We have conducted clinics for he past three years in the various schools in order to jromote interest." The UA team competes mainly with students from oul- of-stale colleges and universities. "This year we will meet Southern Missouri State University at Springfield, Northwest Missiouri State College at M a r y v i l l e , a n d Centenary College at Shrevenort, La." This f a l l the University is drawing enrollees for the first time from Arkansas schools that started -a gymnastics program within the past three years. "We-expect the caliber of our gymnastics team to may versity ville, Lunch Box Torables When the noontime bell rings, youngsters look forward to shei tion p a c k i n g be a frantic Stock the f r e e z e r ahead of time with a v a r i e t j of basic lunch items such sandwiches and desserts. In th morning, really 'shoot up' with girls who have junior high and high s c h o o l gymnastics backgrounds." she said. Miss Lowe said students who begin their training in junior high and high school have less Tear and have developed some skills. "Interest in Northwest By lunchtime,' dessert do. All members of the took the friendship test With When you serve very hot chil or curry, have a generous amount of plain yogurt on hanc so that eaters who like blander SKU1S. liueiusi. Ill i \ u i n i w c n b "u V L . U U . . . . - -- - ... Arkansas has definitely deve- fare can top their portions witn loped to the point where we the yogurt. Fill Spice Cake A delightful filling for spice layer cake combines chopped nuts and dates mixed with cream cheese softened w i t h cream to spreading consistency. ranraicBiimrairaTO^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. ;hey club which is a way to rate oneself on the type of friendship one has for others. Plans for a money-making project were discussed. The next meeting on Sept. 29, members of the Fayetteville club will be guests of Springdale Business and Professional Women's Club at 5:30 p.m in Ivy Hall. Tip In Sewing After you have ripped a hem or seam out of a garment, dampen a cloth with vinegar and put it under the material and press. The holes will disappear. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio For Your Prescription Needs SeeUi QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Wednesday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. fill noon Chapter BH, PEO, Mrs. Gerald Jones, 9:30 a.m. Illinois Club, Wyaft's, 11:30 a.m. Altrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Chapter K, PEO, Mrs. Hall Logan, 1 p.m. Chapter S, PEO, Mrs. George Branigan, 1 p.m. Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Gof£ Building, 1 p.m. UA Mother's Club, Sigma Chi House, 2 p.m. Asbell School PTA, School Cafeteria, 7 p.m. Butterfield Trail School PTA, School Building, 7 p.m. Parents Without Partners, Mcllroy Bank, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Open House, Washington School, 7 p.m. Preceptor Zeta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Bill Mabry, 7:30 p.m. Root School PTA, School Cafeteria, 730 p.m. Baldwin Commandery No. 4, Knights Templar, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library, 7:30 p.m. Economic Opportunity Agency, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. Sigma Alpha Iota Alumnae Chapter, Mrs. Robert Hickson, 8 p.m. ·iiiiiuiiiiiiiosiM^ To Each of You= 1 would like to thank you for a very Successful Three Weeks ot the Shoe Tree. Your response to our sale was very gratifying and we hope you will visit us again in the near future. Those of you who have not had an opportunity to stop by, we still have a good selection of Ladies Sale Shoes in sizes 4B to 101/2B for $3, $5 or $7. Now that Fall is in the air, let me tell you about our Fall Shoes. At the Shoe Tree we feel we have the best selection of quality shoes at moderate prices for the whole family. For ttie men, we have Nunn-Bush, Roberts, and Crosby Square, for the ladies, we show Personality, Vitality, Air Step and Miss America. For the children, we have the best there is ... Red Goose. Other brands include Acme Boots, Kds. and Daniel Green. We have selected the newest fashions and the best styles from each of these lines and will look forward to showing them to you. Thanks Again, and come by soon. Remember, at the Shoe Tree we promise friendly and relaxed service. Sincerely, Mrs. Peggy Rasberry of Fort where he is serving a reduced Gail, to Garry Dean Cathcart, tory review by the government " son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cathon Nov. 19. But Calley's attor- cart of Fayetteville. The bride-elect is of Northside High School in Fort should soon be before the Army Smith. Her fiance is a graduate and Air Force Clemency Board of Fayettevile High School and in Washington. Calley also has applied for Wcstark Community College. in obtaining equipment, The wedding will be an event presidential pardon of his 1971 Oct. 5, at the North- conviction. He based his pardon now. The courses are designed request on the issue of amnest for draft evaders. understanding of safety and will New Sandwich leach safe handling skills, self- Easy Dessert- Combine one-half cup of pea helping others in trouble. nut butter with one-fourth cup Top canned pear halves with Plastic bags can trough the washing chopped walnuts or pecans and vanilla or coffee ice cream and one-fourth cup honey. Blend all serve with chocolate sauce for hen hung up to dry. You may courses in canoeing and sailing avc to turn them inside out to spreading on buttered bread. call or write Miss Lowe. Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Uni- number is 575-4008. sheir lunch box with anticipa crisp vegetables to for a nutritious .midday ready to be devoured. "Free Name Personalized While You Wait SPECIAL! Everybody wants a football shirt! Personalized while you wait! 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