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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 26, 1974
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· Thursday, September 26, 1974 niHiniunniiinnumn The University of Arkansas Theater will present as its first jroductidn "The Contrast", leginning Tuesday, Oct. 1, and MISS JANE ELLEN CUTTING .. .bride-elect of Steven Wallace Panknin Couple Tells Plans Th« engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Jane Ellen Cutting to Steven Wallace Panknin is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rcftert Nichols Cutting of Fort Smith. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Panknin of Kansas City. Miss Cutting is the grandaugh- ter of Mrs Cecil A. McDonald of Fayetteville and the late Mr. McDonald. Miss Cutting graduated from Southside High School in Fort Smith and is presently a senior at William Woods College in Fulton, Mo., majoring in Spanish. She has been on the Dean's list for two years, is a member o! "Colonels Twenty," Alpha Mu Gamma, and is rush chairman of Chi Omega smority. She was presented atsffie Hard* scrabble Country Club Ball in December, 1972. Her fiance is a graduate 'of Westminster College in Fulton, where he was chosen for "Who's Who in American Col- Future Farmers Meeting Dates Set For Month Fayetteville Chapter of Future Farmers of America meet ing was conducted last week b ythe president, Dennis Kelly, Joe Litzinger was elected secre lary for the 1974-75 school year It was decided that the chap fsr will hold regular meeting, the first and third Thursday o each month. Plans were made for informa' initiation on Got. 3 at 7 p.m. at the Agri Building, and foi a football game and barbecue at 4 p.m., Oct. 5 at Walks Park. The program of work wai discussed and new committei members were selected. leges and Universities." He wa a member of Phi Delta Theta Epsilon Beta Alpha and pres: dent of Omicron Delta Kappa A.-.JJ, president of Wilson .Wopd Mortgage Co., in Kansa City, he -is also working on hi master's degree. The wedding will be an even of 7:30 p.m., Dec. 28, at th First Presbyterian Church i Fort Smith. WO 1 : or MEN First Play Will Start Next Week Sorority Discusses Service Projects Members of Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met last veek in the home of Mrs. Dick O'Connell. Mrs. William B. Jus- iss was co-hostess. Ten mem- jers and a guest, Mrs. Gerald Klingaman, were present. Officers filling vacancies are Mrs. Don Farrell, vice president; and Mrs. Marcelia Barron, corresponding secretary. It ivas announced that the chapter wd again received a three star rating for outstanding achievement from Beta Sigma Phi In- :ernational. T h e chapter's "icrapbook, which won hanora- jle mention at the state conven- Lin was on display. Service projects for the year wore discussed with supporting the drive for a thermography machine for Washington Regional Medical Center as the m'ain project. A rush party was planned as the Septemher social and a hobo party was planned for Oct. 12. Mrs. Jim Barter presented the program entitle 'd'happiness, running through Saturday, Oct. 5. "The Contrast", the first American comedy ever written, is presented as part of the celebration of the United States bicentennial almost 200 years after it first opened in New York. The year was 1787 and toyall Tyler, a Vermont judge and journalist was the author of the comedy about American society. Dr. George R. Kernodle, pro fessor emeritus of the University of Arkansas Department of Speech and Dramatic Art and dirctor of the comedy, said, "A few years afler Yorktown, "t slill was not decided which way Ihe new nation would European fashions and vays, or to the backwoodsmen? Tyler . . . contrasted city society ivith the plain honest patriotism of the pioneer. The hit of the S lay was the comic servant, onathan, who, for a moment, tries to learn the city ways but soon heads back to the hills. "He started a long line of comic 'Yankee' characters." The role of Jonathon is double cast with Bert Price of Jonesboro and C a l . Grosshuesch of Naperville, 111. Colonel Manly, the patriot who is fighting Bernard Mandeville's idea thai self-analysis, mate." This and self esti- was the first of the chapter's programs incorporating ' Beta Sigma Phi's theme "Stairway to Happiness." Refreshments were served, and it was announced that the next regular meeting be held Oct. 1 at the home of Mrs. Seth Young. Household Hint Want to give your children something unusual to entertain them? Let them use lemon juice as invisible ink. They can write a message on a piece of paper with a toothpick that has been dipped into the lemon juice. They will not be able to read the messa'ge until the paper is placed near a light bulb, whose heat will darken the lemon juice. Jaycetles Plan Open Market For Next Saturday Mrs. Bill McKamcy Is the lewly elected treasurer of the 'ayetteville Jaycetles, and VIrs. Nelson Johnson will fill ho reporter position for the 'car. The election was held at he September meeting of the lub at the home of Mrs. Ron "osier. . . Plans were made for work- lights in preparation for the Mall Open Market to be held Oct. 5. Jaycolles will be dls- ilaylng craft items made by members. Crafts will include lough art, decoupage, and Ihristmas gift Herns. Mrs. art GatMard is chariman of he project. Honorary membership was extended to Mrs. Al Ballz, who s former treasurer of the Jay- cettes. Mrs. Tom January, president, announced that $722 which was :ollecled during the Multiple Sclerosis Roadblock had been sent to the slate headquarters, t was announced that Mrs. Johnson was Jaycette of the quarter. Mrs. Bill Carmack and Mrs. Foster were presented awards for outstanding service during the last quarter. F o u r members of the Fayetteville chapter attended a meeting of the Rogers -Jay- cettes Sept. 17. Refreshments were served by Mrs. John Marinoni. Mrs. Mike Jared won the door prize. luxury is good business, played by Dale · O'Brien North Platte, Neb. Dimple, a city dude who models his, life o nthe letters of Lord Chesterfield, is played by John Marrs of Harrison. Dimple's servant Jessamy. is played by Tim Hollis of Springrtale. The mer chant. Van Rough, Is played by Richard Emerson of Earle, and his daughter, Maria. hy Charlotte Stratum of Helena Two ladies of fashion, Charlotte anil Letitia. are played by Cynthia Goatley of Harrison and Cheryl O'Brien of Grant Neb.-.The city maid, Jenny, is played by Katherine Satterfield of Little Reck. The design staff consists of Dr. Preston Magruder, technical director ol the ^Theater; ~ R o m a n o v , ._._. Charles. Harrill, lighting. Harril has -joined the University faculty as an instructor and a technical director in the theater program. For reservations, call the theater box office. Curtain tlrrn each night is 8 p.m. Dr. Patricia costumes, aiu fi ' 7 *3femo«J$, 6 getetjne /» v -» ' · HSjiesQr slphf*.* «·*' ; *£C^2?ZF a! £S*^£-~^ : : - ' ?2,±S£''~ **T «""''#- '*" ' "tffrsj^***.^ .r^ifc-fa'v - o-*.t^w.·* * * . ,"* *~*L» ? Mb ·''·· M*±mtf^*LTM* ·B^ v^ .-- * ^ --·· ^t, % ,A . - ·*^ijt_ 1'EJV/**" v tt 4 ; 4 «^.«*»»» V1I » m~.,m~m^^Klf^'f/** f /* - ''ft-^y-^ti r Mi»?M***^ · · f:$*Kmt ,, » * / -^"*·,, j* V., ^ * USE OUR CONVENfCNTCREDIT TERMS: Budget Accounts*Charge Plans Mfe Accept: BankAmerieaKl · Omen dub · Shoppers Chaige · Master Charge · Carte Blanche · American Express Gordon JEWELERS IN FAYETTEVUU SHOP AT GORDON'S: Northwest Arkansas Plaza (4201 High, way 7) North) · Other Stares In Little Rock and Pine Bluff * Shop Gordon's Coast to Coast. Personals Bradly Burns of Winslow ha* enrolled for the fall semester at The College o f . t h e Ozark: in Clarksville. A freshman bus incss major, he is the son o Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bruns Route 2. Game Night At VA American Legion Auxiliary sponsored Game Night Tuesda at the VA Hospital. Assisting were Millie ant John Weir and daughter, Lexie Ann, Pam Walerson, Johnsie Dean, Berniee Baker and Eu gene Snow. Woes Cured )ear Heloise: The water heater in our house sprung a leak, and soaked the vall-to-wall carpeting. rNow that t's dry, there are brownish-red stains under gome of th» furni' ure legs. Is there any way to get'them out? Lou Ston* 3ear Lout I discussed your problem with Mr. Martin King, technical director of tha National Instl ,ute of Fire Restoration in Washington, D.C., and here is us answer to us all, just in case... "If the stains are small, am iust fit the metal' caps under the furniture legs, they are rust stains, and can likely be removed by a competent pro essional carpet cleaner. "If the stains are larger, and match the outline of the leg itself, they may be furniture dye stains, which are difficul -- sometimes impossible -- to get out. "If it ever happens again, try putting saucers under the legs of your furniture immediately After the carpet has dried move the furniture slightly t allow for drying under the sau, cers. Doubled squares of alumi num foil can also ha used i you can't spare the saucers. "Another emergency tip Always get loose area rugs ant orientals off wet wall-to-wal carpeting to prevent permanen dye transfer stains." Now I think he's about -tin nicest person to know when accidents happen. We thank you very much, Mr. King. Heloise LETTER OF LUAGHTER Dear Heloise: You can always tell a ga; who owns his own horn because he's always coming ou of a hardware store... Allan Dal Dear Heloise: Sometimes I don't know jus how I want to word a bu sines letter. I have a magic slate -the kind the kids use -- jo draft my letter on the slate am then copy it onto my pape from that. Mr». H.D. Loe Announcements Black Oak Cemetery Assocl- lon will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the cemetery at Winslow. Interested persona are asked to attend. Springdale Ballroom Dance Jltfj will meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at 'the Legion Hut in Springdale. · Dear. Heloise i I have tried several methods of storing pot lldi. The one I prefer is to keep them in an old, discarded plastio dishpan and use, in the cabinet like a drawer. I also keep the racks that go in the bottom of pott in it. Mai-8 Dear Heloise: I recently discovered that I could make an emergency cutting board to protect the kitchen counter, by using several sheets of newspaper covered with waxed paper. Mrs. D. Shoemaker Sure nuj will work, and, besidej that, yon don't have a messy cutting board to clean when you are finished. Heloise Study Groups Arranged JBy-AAUW;:-. Mrs. R. M. Buchanan, pro- gram'chairman for the American Association of -University Women lists six interesting topics for study groups thin year. A new study of Mass Me- dw, led by Mrs. Walter Ellis, will meet on the third'Tuesday morning of each month at 9:30 o'clock. Mrs. Belden ·Wigglesworth, well known'ln the art'field, wMI conduct an Art .Appreciation group on the second- and fourth Wednesdays in October and No- vem'oer. , · '.-, Two book study groups will meet regularly: Current Books on the t h i r d .Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. John Kyle as leader, and Great Books 'and World Outlook on the second Monday at 1:30 p.m; with Mrs. Vincent Maxted as .leader. . Mrs. G. L. Byroade is ·. the leader for th»: group studying antiques on the third Saturday a rtern oon at 2 o'clock. The Global Interdependence study'group will meet on the third Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, with Mrs. Robert Reed as leader. MininiiiiiifiniimniHiimiiiioiiiBiB Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Buflding, 1 p.m. Marion Chapter, DAR, Mrs, R; J. BrightweH, l:39-p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's,.7 p.m. Iota Conclave, Kappa Kappa Iota, Mrs. Jamie-. Jones Jr., 7 p.iu. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic.Hall, 7:30 p.m. ' ' · "Meet The Candidates Night," Battlefield Park, Prairie Grove, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. · , ' · DAY Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30. p.m. ; . Common Cause, Baptist Student Center, 7:30 p.m. . SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-wsy 530 N. caieg, For Your Prescription Needs Se*Us QUAKER DRUG ME. Center -- 44S424H City Parking Lot In Reir Friday ^ Alcoholics Anonymons--Woinen, Dark GaKlane* Center, 7 p.m. · · ' . ' , ' · Y \ Y l v | f B m jpharmacg PH. 443-3486 1400 N. COLLEGE Sft FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. 72701 ANNUAL FALL FRIDAY and SATURDAY This merchandise must be cleared to make room for Christmas Gift Items arriving daily! Come early for the best selection of these . . . 2 PRICE ITEMS · GIFTS COLOGNES · CANDIES · COSMETIC GIFT ·WATCHES SETS ·SUNGLASSES · PUZZLES -PLUS HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS- SALE STARTS 9A.M. · SUPER SPECIAL · McKesson ANTACID (Sam* at Maalex)

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