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September 19, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Open House Planned For High School Sorority Plans Holiday Bazaar c 11 · b r a t « ' ' "HazorMelt " the hostesses servH r»- of cherry t a r t s ; The next" meeting on Sept. » (TIMESphoto by Chuck Cunningham) PLANNING OPEN HOUSE . . Mrs. Bradley, chairman, W. H. Duncan, principal, and Mrs. Sills plan the open house to be field lor interested parents at Fayetteville High School on Tuesday, Sept. 24 An open house at Fayetteville High School East Campus is being planned for Tuesday, Sept. 24, by a committee of interested parents. Hours are 7:30 p.m. until 9:35 p.m. and all parents and teachers are invited to attend and become hotter acquainted with each other. Mrs. John G. Sugg is chairman of the committee of concerned parents. West Campus faculty members will be in the cafeteria to answer questions about their school. Jack Mathis is principal at West Campus. The committee for the open house is composed of Mrs. Marvin Bradley, chairman, Mrs. Max Steward. Mrs. Phillip Ruble. Mrs. Howard Peterson, Mrs. Jeannine Phillips, Mrs. Orcn Sills, who publishes the newsletter, and Mrs. Sugg. The first open house at Fay- elteville High School was held last year and was so successful and so welt attended by parents and teachers that it is to be a yearly event. niiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiBimiimiiBiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraii EXTENSION HOMEMAKER5 CLUB NdrttoWBt Arfeawsas TT W /or OMEN 6 · Thursday, Sept. 19, 1974 HUillillll Personals Miss Pat Gideon, who has been living in Fort Worth, Tex., where she has been appearing in musicals at Casa Manana, arrived last night for a short visit with her father, Ed Gideon. She expects to leave Sunday for New York where she will pursue her theatrical career. dllUIIUII Births iiitninnmni REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Gladney of Pettigrew, a daughter, Sept. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Ward of Fayetteville, Sept. 16. a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hill of Fayetteville, Sept. 16. a daughter, Mrs. Nelson Entertains Garden Club Colonial Garden Chib has resumed its regular fall meeting schedule following the summer recess. Mrs. Basil Nelson entertained the group at her home at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. During the informal social period preceding the meeting, 16 memers were served coffee and finger foods as they arrived. The refreshment table was covered with an aqua blue fringed cloth and the centerpiece was of blue and white permanent flowers arranged in an a n t i q u e £0inpote. The table appointments were of antique china in harmonizing shades of blue. Mrs. Jack H e c k a t h o r h was welcomed as a new member. The president, Mrs. Joe Brennan, presided over the business meeting and announced the appointment of Mrs. John Huddleston to fill the unexpired term of Mrs. W. A. Guinn as secretary. Year books were distributed by the chairman, Mrs. Warren Banks. Mrs. Ellis Shelton presented the program on Mexico entitled "patios and pot culture," producing photographs, books, paper flowers and other mo- mentoes from a large gaily decorated stray carryall. Mrs. Shelton shared the highlights of a recent trip to Mexico City with the club. Plant Sale To Be Held By Garden Club Maple Hills Garden Club members met in the home of Mrs. Eugene Sauls with Mrs. John A. McNair as co-hosless. Mrs, Subrata Lahiri, president, welcomed 24 members including Mrs. J. W. Cabel, a new member, and Mrs. E.- M. Eidson, a former member. Mrs. Eugene Johnson was a guest. Morning coffee was served from the dining table laid with a red cloth with self-lace trim. The centerpiece was a fall arrangement of yellow marigolds and daisies in a copper container. Mrs. Phillip Ruble, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Victor Watts, local daffodil grower, who gave an authoritative talk on daffodils, their history, culture and adaptability of flower gardens. A showing of 125 colored slides of individual varieties chosen from 12 classifications of daffodils grown in the Watts garden gave visual inspiration to those present to plant bulbs now for the daffodl show to be held in Fayetteville in the spring of 1975. The Oct. 10 meeting will he held in the home of Mrs. A. I. Graves when Dwain Goodwin will give a program on fall flower arranging. The business session included the appointment of Mrs. W. R. Orton and Mrs. Lahiri as joint chairman for the fall plant sale, which Maple Hills Garden Club will have at the home of Mrs. J. E . McClelland Thursday, Sept. 26, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Members will contribute bulbs, cuttings, seedlings, driftwood and containers to be sold to MOUNT COMFORT T h i r t e e n members were present for the September meeting in the community building when Mrs. Mary Gilbert was a guest. Following a covered dish luncheon with Mrs. Opal Hart and Mrs. Esther Porter serving as hostesses, roll call was answered with "how often do you have a regular dental checkup?" Mrs. Catherine Hatfield gave devotions and it was announced that Susan Thomas and Sheryl Hughes are new associate members of the club. Mrs. Gilbert presented the program on "wills." The estate planning workshop will be held Oct. 9. K e n Good photographed several groups as they worked on fair projects. The next meeting will be held at the club house at 11 a.m. on Oct. 3. chapter ol tieta Sigma Phi met was decided-to hold the annual this week in the home ef Mrs. Holiday bazaar at the City Lib- John Gallowav. Co-hostess was Mrs. Marsha Kaylor. Seventeen "conversation," was presented members, including new mem- by Mrs. Jean Dye. burs, Kay. Chappell and Glenda ed and while tlicme ^Members of XI Alpha Epsilon XPenney WEEKEND SPECIALS GIRLS' ITEMS KNIT BODYSHIRTS Long sleev* turtlanock, assorted colors. Sizes 6 to 14 NOW BOYCUT JEAN Navy blue denim, regular and slim Sizes 7 to U NOW POLYESTER PANT SUIT Applique, rim top, puff sleeve, assorted colors. Sizes 3 1o 6x ., NOW POLYESTER PANT SUIT Red/white and navy/white check, long sleeve top. Sizes 3 to 6x NOW KNEE HIGH SOCKS Cable knit and assorted colors. Sizes 6-7. T.'A-O'A and 9-10 NOW GIRLS NYLON SLEEPWEAR Baby doll pajamas, shift gowns. Sizes 4 *° H NOW ACRYLIC PILE COAT Asorted dark colors. Sizes 7 to 14 NOW WEEK END SPECIALS SUPER SEPTEMBER SAVINGS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. MEN'S WEAR VALLEY HOMEMAKERS Mrs. Earl Gates was hostess, Mrs. Donald Weaver, president, presided, and there were seven members and a guest present. The club collect was read in unison and songs were led by Mrs. Gates. Mrs. Lloyd Shanks gave devotions. . Mrs.. Fred McCuistion of Prairie Grove presented the program on "perennials to plant." Mrs. Ronald Weaver won the mystery package. Refreshments of cake, coffee and punch were served by the hostess. The October meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. O.K. Dodspn. the public in response to popular demand. Proceeds from the sale will benefit continuing civic projects. Soesks To Garden Club FISHBACK Mrs. Gayle Gay, presided and reported that the fair booth on "cooperative extension service" won the sweepstakes with 25 individual club entries. Mrs. Gay gave information and a test on "gum disease." Mrs. Jessie Harp presented recipes for glamorizing a cake mix and served two kinds of cake. Mrs. Pam Gay gave devotions, "I Met God in the Morning." Mrs. Jean Long received the mystery package. Mrs. Jessie Harp was hostess. Mrs. Cleatus Bowen and Mrs. Flossie Harp will be hostesses For the next meeting at 1:30 p.m., Oct. 9, at the community building. DRESS SHIRTS Short sleeve white or pastels . . . . . . . . . . N O W 3 POLYESTER SPORT COATS Solids and fancies . . . . . NOW POLYESTER SLACKS Double knit, solids-fancies NOW SPECIAL BUYS ATTACHE CASE NOW HAMILTON BEACH 8-SPEED BLENDER Avocado and Harvest Gold SPECIAL BUY SUNBEAM AUTOMATIC PERCOLATOR Makes 3 to 11 cups of coffee 16 88 SPECIAL Mediterranean Stereo Console with 8-Traek Tape Deck. AM/FM/FM Stereo Tuner With The Most Wanted Controls and Jacks, 3-Speed Full Size Changer with 45 RPM Adapter. 9 88 NOW 199 Shop Penneys Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9-9 Tu«., Wed., Sat. 9-5:30 Miss Carson Miss Bonnie Carson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carson of Pinnacle Star Route, El kins, a senior at St. Paul High School, has been notified that she is to be featured in the Eighth Annual Edllion of Who's Who Among American High School Students, the largest student award publication !n the nation. Announcements Twentieth Century Club will meet at 1:3 Op.m. B'riday in the home of M r s . Howard Clark. Mrs. George Holcomb will review "Persian Lions, Persion Lambs," by Curtis Harnak. Tri-County C-B'ers Coffee Break will be held Saturday at the Springdale American Legion Hut. Flaming Hills Garden Club met Monday- afternoon in the lome of Mrs. S. J. May, 927 ^ockwood Trail. Mrs. T. B. Fleener was co-hostess. Thir- .cen members and a guest, Mrs. Rick Guyton, were present. Dr. Jacob R. Phillips, entomologist at the University of Arkansas gave a slide presentation and talk on "insects in the garden." Veterans of World War I and Auxiliary will have a covered dish luncheon at 12 noon Satur day at the Community Adult Center in Hillcrest Towers. Mra Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Asbell School PTA, School Cafeteria, 7 p.m. Burterfield Trail School PTA, School Building, 7 p.m. Parents Without Pariners, 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, 7 : 30 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. 9-3O3-40 Boy Scouts Receive Awards Good Church. Shepherd Lutheran Rolling Hills Drive, SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Ymir 2-way radto headquarters t* rfectroiTci Hftoo tt» !» N. CWItjte 443-2222 For Your Prescription N«eds See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. C«Dt« - 44J-42« City Parking Lot In Rear was the scene Monday for a Boy Scout Court of Honor at which the following members of Troop 190 received advancement awards. Frank Brown, merit badges in pioneering, soil and water conservation, rowing, safety, auto safely, public health, personal management, and s p a c e exploration; Louie Vogele, 'badges in enviornmen- :al science life saving and canoeing: Tim Timmons, environmental science, first aid, swimming, canoeing, forestry, citizenship in the nation; K e n n y Rohrbach, environmental science, life saving ca- loeing, safety and auto safety: Randy Riley, environmental ·science, soil and water conservation; David McCain, first aid, swimming: Kenny Maggi, first aid, swimming, canoeing, tot-n- chip; Allen Crouch, first aid; Wade Colwcll, swimming and canoeing; Karl Van Vcyoc, rowing, canoeing and music, and Scott Thibodcaux, J a m e s Britton and Scott Morgan, swimming badges. Frank Brown, Kenny Rohrbach and Randy Rilcy, earning a sufficient number of badges, became Life Scouts. Presentations were made by Ken Riley, James Rohrbach and Charles Chamnerlin, scout leaders. Friday Abilities Unlimited, Downtown Motor Lodge, 11:30 a.m. Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. Howard Clark, 1:30 p.m. NWA Retired Officers Group, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. EVEREST 4 JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" Don't ever be alone. Togetherness begins with DIAMOND WEDDING SETS or WEDDING BANDS. Fajrettevll!) Drnf Z.CId*S4ui» Gordon JEWELERS IN FAYSTTSVIUE SHO? AT GORDON'S: Northwest Arkansa* Plaza (4201 Hi 9 h- way 71 North) · GHh»r Store* in Lirtl* Reek and Pin* Bluff · Shop Garden's Coait ts Cocut.

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