Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 24, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 24, 1974
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Growth At Library At the annual Parent Teacher Association open house last week at Asbell Elementary School, Mrs. Emily Marti, left, school principal, a n d Kevin Blanfon, right, librar- ian at lientnnville High School, examine t h e library's f i r s t hook, "Favorite Stories 0 1 il and New," that IHantqn gave lo (lie school 13 years ago while he was a student. From this first hook, Ihe library 1ms grown to more than 5,000 hooks. Mrs. Anji Shumate is school librarian. (TIMES phofo by Chuck Cunningham) Miss Banks Receives Award Miss Bettye Lou Banks- of Fayelteville, special agent for the Prudential Insurance Company of A m e r i c a , will be awarded the Chartered Lite U n d e r w r i t e r designation at National Conferment Exercies of The American College of Life Underwriters in Bal Harbour, Fla. today. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Banks, Highway 71 South, Fayetteville, she attended B'ayelte- ville Business College, University of Arkansas and the Uni versily of Kansas. She has com pleted numerous courses of fcrcd by Prudential and several offered by Insurance Achieve ment. She has qualified for the National Quality Award and i; a life member of Womens Lead ers Round Table. She began her career with Prudential in 1959. Tho American College grants the CLU designation to persons engaged in activities relating to the insuring of human life values and who pass a series of professional examinations and meet the experience and ethical requiremenls of thi college. Persons who attain tin Chartered Life Underwrite designation are privileged Ic use the term or its abbrevia tion, CLU, after their name and to wear the CLU key. inumn EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB BUCKNER Seven members attended th meeting at the home of Mrs Mary Drake. Mrs. Thelma Ledtord gav Ihe program on "care of teeth, and reports from committe chairmen were heard. Quilt were displayed. The next meeting will be hel in the home of Mrs. Ne Hughes. Announcements The Parent-Teacher Associa- on for the School for Hearing mpaired Children will hold its rst meeting at 7 o'clock might at Bates School. Everyne, especially those people onnecled with Sound Barrier, ic., is invited lo attend. Lemon Juice Helpful Lemon juice rubbed on fresh neats, fish and poultry before ooking eliminates strong odors, enderizes flesh, and brings out Ends Holdout SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) -- iuard Dean Meminger cnde his holdout and reported to th Atlanta Hawks' training cam Sunday after signing a contrai earlier in the day. He missed the team's f i r . six practice sessions, and ha been under suspension an fined daily since last Friday, spokesman Basketball said. Neither the amount of H fine nor terms of the contra was disclosed. for the Nation Association tea SAI Begins New Season Members of Sigma Apha la, International Professional usic Fraternity for Women, ;ld the first mooting of the 11 season last Thursday /erring. Attending the business ssion and program in the ome of alumnae president, rs. Robert H. Hickson, were embers of the FayeUeville lumnae chapter, including alronesscs and representatives om the college chapter, Sigma micron. Oflicers for the 1974-75 year re Mrs. Ifichson, president; Irs. Beatrix Pilapil, vice presi- cnt and program chairman; firs. Roger Widdcr, recording ecretary; Mrs. M a x w e l l Vorthley, corresponding secre- ,ary; Mrs. Wallace Townsend, rcasurer; Miss Gwendolyn Volf, chaplain, and Mrs. Lester lowick, editor and yearbook.- Committee chairman for ommunity services, Mrs. Kern ackson, discussed the volun- cer music programs the chap- er hopes to present throughout ic year at the City Hospital's Geriatric Center. Mrs. Carl . a n g , fraternity education hairman, gave a brief talk on fforts made toward securing qualified music therapy pro- ram and a trained music licrapist for this region of the tate. Following the b u s i n e s s meeting, a program, "National Convention, August '74 Remem- jered." was presented by three if the delegates from this area, )enise Oliver, president of Sigma Omicron chapter, Connie Bowie and Mrs. Howick, alumnae chapter delegates. The hostess served refreshments to the 15 members present. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 1974 · 3 Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. Ona Maslerson will observe Iheir Golden Wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 29, at the Community Building in St. Paul. Hours of the party are from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. All friends and relatives are inviled to attend. Hosts will he their five children. Tri Delta Alums Meet Housemother Wine and hors d'oeuvres were served the 14 m e m b e r s attending the first fall meeting of Tri Delta Alumnae Club last week at Fayetieville Country lub. The table was covered with a navy and white checked cloth and centered with a basket of yellow wildflowers. Mrs. Lorraine McCain, the new Delta Delta Delta housemother, was introduced, plans for the year discussed, and new year books were distributed. Officers for the year arc Mrs. Robert G. Whitfield, president: Mrs. Robert Fairchild, vice president; Miss M a r y Ellen Carruth, secretary; and Mrs. John Gabel, treasurer. The next function will be an Ice cream social at the home of Mrs. David Burleson in October when pledges will be honored guests. Mother's Club Welcomes Mrs. Bishop University of Arkansas Housemother's Club held the f i r s t meeting of the s e a s o n at t h e S i g m a C h i fraternity house l a s t Thursday. Mrs. Mary Challacombe, housemother, was hostess and pledges of Sigma Chi served as escorts lo and from ,lhe varioui houses on campus. Mrs. Blanche Shockley welcomed new housemothers on campus and gave a special welcome to Mrs. Charles E. Bishop, wife of the new University president. During the business meeting^ plans were made for meetings and activities for the schoo year. Mrs. Shockley explainer the annual scholarship given to a needy student in Arkansas. Dessert was served by the pledges. Miss Chism Hostess To Violel Growers Miss Maxine Chisrn w a loslcss for the Friday evenin; meeting of Green Thumb Afri can Violet Club at her horn when Mrs. Bobby Yandell wa 1 guest. Mrs. Robert Logan president, c o n d u c t e d th session. Plan for an African viole sale on Oct. 5 at the Norlhwes Arkansas Plaza were made an new varieties will be offcre for sale. Mrs. Fred Kerr led a roun table discussion on "viole problems." The next meeting will be wit Mrs. Charles Bird on Oct. 18 when the program will growing violets under ligh situations." Household Hint Keep leather heels on shoe bright and shiny by giving the] an occasional coat of colorle. nail polish. Daily Calendar of Events 'onight Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Nurihside Rotary Club, Wyatl's, 6:15 p.m. Fayetteville School Board, Administration Building, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Seoul Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Official Study Course for Legal Secretaries, Room 239, UA Education Building, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Open House, Fayetieville High School, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Chi Omega Alumnae, Chapter House 7:30 p.m. Order o! Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Washington County Medical Assistants, Mcllroy Bank Hos« litality Room, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Yo-Jr 2-i?ay radio headquarters ftt eicctronlpa sfnc* 1926 520 N. CollCBO 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 442-4Z46 City Parking Lot In Rear Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Culb, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon "The Frozen. World," "The Great Thaw," UA Library Auditorium, 4:30 p.m. Daughters of Demeter, Arkansas Union, 6:30 p.m. Delta Gamma Alumnae, Mrs. E. B. Bukey, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. 76ers Are Four PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- · The Philadelphia 76ers cut fou players Sunday night, incluclin ··guard Gary Crowthers, th team's No. 5 selection in th ^.National Basketball Associatio "college draft. In addition to Crqwlhers, wh Splayed at Hardin-Simmons, Ihe 76crs released (i-foot-11 center '-. Roland "Tree" Grant of New :Mexico Stale, forward Dave · Stoczynski of Gannon and tor- i-ward Jimmy Powell of Middle ;' Tennessee. ·" The move gives Coach Gene 'Shue 19 players at the Ursinus 1 College preseason camp, not in- Deluding unsigned guard Fred ·Carter. The 76ers open the exhibition schedule against the ;New York Knicks next Satur- ·day at Landover, Md. '· Yorborough Fastest : NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. -- Cale Yarborough held off 'Richard Petty as the 14th annual Wilkes 400 stock car race ended under a caution flag Enabling Yarborough lo record his 10th Grand National ·triumph of tho season. ANNOUNCING OUR Autumn Videomatic 19"* Solid-State Pedestal Color TV This great Magnavox value has an "electronic eye" thai automatically adjusts Ihe picture to changing room light so you geI ideal viewing in any Iight, any room. And, it has the advanced Precision In-LineTube System--for optimum performance and minimum service. It's an Integrated, bonded, system wilh fewer parts to go wrong. 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