Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 27, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 27, 1974
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UA Student Teaching Begins University of Arkansas students in secondary education In the Collega of Education have begun their student teaching in 15 Arkansas cities. One student, Karen Bond of Ozark, has gone to La Paz, Bolivia, for eight weeks. Dr. Warren Franzen, director of Ihc UA Student Teaching Program, said 124 students arc enrolled in lhe program this fill. La Paz, Bolivia, will be teaching at Bentonville. FayelteviUe. Fort Smith, Rogers, Prairie Grove, Springdale, Berryville, Little Rock, Ozark. Moutitainburg, West Fork, Hunlsville, Greenland, Harrison, and Dumas. The student teachers and the schools to which they are assigned include: Bentonville -- Mary B u n c h of Springdale; Monda Burrow, of Bauxite; Sharon Fitzgerald of Farminglon; Denna Adams of Joplin. Mo.! Tracy Hudson Besides students of Richardson, olyn Chambers Tex., Carof B a t o n Rouge, La.; Ellen Hicks of Mena; Jeff Honderich of Grave lie; Lillie Younger of Mountain View; Charles Gunter of Hope; Larry Jones of Fort Smith; Ann Burns of F o r t Smith: and Timothy Hollis of Springdale. Fayetteville -- Kathryn Dunn o f Fayelteville; Katherine Goble of Johnson; Mary Malcom of Hot Springs; Rachel Smith of Fort Smith; Mary Bowen of North Little Rock; Dwight Moore of Fort Smith; Roxanne Blackburn of Albuquerque, N.M.; Steve Dunn of Fayetteville; Jamalee Hoffman of Fayetteville; Rebecca Myers of Joplin, Mo.; Mary Moore of Fort Smith; Marilyn Moseley of Blythcville; Springdale; of Fort Smith; Donna Williams ot Corning; Freddie Wood of W 1 n s 1 o w; Ed Wenner of Lovington Va.; and Stuart Freeland of Prescott. Fort Smith -- David Miles of Hot Springs; Linda Vest of Fort Smith; Glenda Sloat of Fort Smith; Vernon Murphy of Fayetteville; John Kennedy of Van Buren; Roger Butcner of Fort Smith; Betty Fletcher ot Fort Smith; Bary Whedbee of Foil Smith and Robert Bauer of Fort Smith. Rogers -- Alice Carter of Garfield; Rolaine Winter of Pea Ridge; Charlotte Conner of Rogers; Mary Hale of Benton ville; Sherri Sann of Dallas. Tex.; Sylvia Medlin of Fayetta- ville; Cynthia Gainey of Tulsa Okla.; Michael Hill of West He lena; Daniel White of Benton ville; Dennis White of North Little Rock: Marianne House of Fayetteville; Brands Vcnable of Russellville; Richard Do herty of Little Rock; Walte Phelps of Marianna; Patrici, Wagner_pf Greenland; Dena A Riley Whitset Debbra White mith of Fiyetlevllle! Charles ss of North Lillie Rock: Lynn c h u h k n e c h t o f Mountain ome; Mark Wallace of Tulsa, la.; Milanda Morse of Cros- elt; David French of .North Lite Rock; Mike ot Nick- rson, Kans.; Jerry Brawner of of Mena; ot Elkins. Prairie Sharon Treece Randall Jones of CHI OMEGA PLEDGE OFFICERS AT PARTY [TlMESphoto by Ken Good} ·. .Miss Irw'm, Miss Purtle, Miss Blakely, Miss McDonald and Miss Thompson, left-right. Miss Vicki Van Zandt, president, is not pictured Pledges Honored With Party Chi Omega Alumnae honored] the Psi Chapter pledge class with a dessert party Tuesday ' evening at the chapter house. Hostesses were Miss B e t t y Askew, chairman; Mrs. G.L. Byroade, co-chairman; Mrs. Joe Cogdell, Mrs. George Cnle, Jr., Mrs. Howard Magruder, Mrs. Jim Ppmfret and Mrs. Bernice Welch. ' The pledges entered the reception hall from the stairway and were greeted by Mrs. David VV. Mullins, president; Mrs. Joe Mitchell, vies president; Mrs. Ila Newbern, secretary and Mrs. Byroade, trea- surer. Mrs. Magruder and Mrs. Welch served monogrammed cakes, coffse and cokes from a tahle centered with an arraignment of yellow daisies and red spider lilies. Mrs. Mullins presided and introduced special guests, Mrs. Joe the Bates, in the housemother. absence of Mrs. A.B. Rpzelle, Miss Sally Jackson, chapter president and Miss Ann C o n n o T , assistant pledge trainer. Pledges were introduced and sang the "Chi Omega Pledge* song. Alumnae and "young alums," recent g r a d u a t e s a n d graduate students from the. University of Arkansas, were introduced to lhe pledges. The evening was concluded with the forming of the friendship circle and the singing of a Chi Omega song. Pledge officers are Vicki Van Zandt, Fort Smith, president; Cindy Thompson, North Little Rock, v i c e - president; K»m B l a k e l y , Searcy, secretary-treasurer; Keenie · McDonald, McGehee, co-social chairman; Peggy Purtle, El Dorado, co-social chairman and Paula Irwin, Springdale, song leader. A business meeting followed the party. Kansas City. Mo.; Jean Osbun of Fort Smith; Deborah Vanhook of Rogers; G l e n d a Young of McGehee; Neil Breeden of Pine Bluff; Richard Falkner of Springdale; Brady Williams of Camden; Phillip Jenkins ot Warren; Douglas Franklin of Battle C r e e k , Mich.; James Gregory of Fay- etleville; Kerry Winberry of Piggott; Mary Haney of Fort Smith; Toni Taylor of Joplin Mo.; Karen Bond of Ozark (eight weeks); Dennis Berry of Paragould; Virginia Cleven- gcr of Springdale; Gregory Peck of Pine Plains, N.Y.; Ralph Honomichl of Prairie Grove; Robert Suvino of Union City, N.J.; Charles Layne of Prairie Grove; Tonia Peoples ler of DeWitt; of Van Buren; of Leachville; Beverly Fosle and Monroe Corwi Grove -- Kathlee Cupples of Little Rock; Dann James of Nashville; Hoselet Bartholomew of Prairie Grove Donnie Smith of Farmington Russell Solomon of Cheeklo woga, N.Y.; and Galyn Woo of Springdale. Springdale -- Nancy Foste of Harrison; Gayle Wing c Fayetteville; Sarah McAlhan of Springfield. Mo.; Denis ot Springs: Donny Prince of omer, La.; Lhise Brown ot ogers; Marlha Cornwell of ralrie Grove: Kalhy White of 'orth Little Rock; Robert Al- ertson of San Diego, Calif.; ernon Ausbrooks of Fayette- ille; Eileen Woods of Little lock: and Connie Gibson of 'ayelte ville. Berryville -- Patti Taliaferro f Eureka Springs Little Rock -- Sumako enkins of Fayetleville; Barara Frost of Benlon; Alice enkins of Pine Bluft; Cynthia Mackin of Arlington, Tex.: Michelle Core of Fort Smith; and Cindy Carrington of Dallas, 1'ex. , Ozark --Nancy MoKenxi* 8* Fayetteville. Mountainburg -- Jwan Wilson of Gentry. West Fork -- Jime« LonJ ot Little Rock. Hunsville -- Julisnn* Johnion ol Crcwselt; Roger Spears of Tulsa, Okla; and Candes WiUon of Farmington. Greenland -- Jerry Jennings ot Fort Smith and Margaret Miller of Fort Smith. Harrison -- Edgar Fay Of El Dorado: -Vickie Holder of Harrison; and Harold Harris of Mountain Home. Dumas -- Ethel Speeka of Dumas iiunii niiiniiHiin wi iiimiiiuiiiun in niinitniii iiwirciiramimniii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous-Women, Ozark Guidance Center, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 3-way k ·krtrmlei 530 N. Ccllen UM W-J2B For Your Prescription Needi StwUi QUAKER DRUG «E. Center -- 44Z4M City Parkin* tot Im Bear .turday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, T a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Sprlngdato, 7 : 30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. Legal Secretaries 7 Days To Be Observed Here October 7-8 Russell T. Purriy, mayor of the City of Fayetleville, has proclaimed and designated Oct. 7-8 as official court observance days for legal secretaries in the City of Fayetteville. The proclamation says "legal secretaries, alorrg with judges and lawyers in our country, participate in one of life's most satisfying endeavors, the doing of justice." Many legal secretaries have never had the opportunity to gtlcnd court and see at first hand the inner workings ot the judicial branch of our government with which they are so closely associated by reason of their profession as legal secretaries. One of the aims and purposes of the National Association of Legal Secretaries is to increase IB skill, competence and ;efullness of legal-secretaries order that they may better rve their employers. It is the belief of National ssociation of Legal Secretaries iat a Day in Court for each gal secretary would further er understanding, interest and ficiency in her job. and ormer President Richard 'ixon proclaimed the secont 'eek in every October as fational Legal' Secretaries oujt Observance Week. The Hon. Maupin-Cummings Vashington County Circuit udge, will he host to Washing on County Legal Secretaries on )ct. 7 and 8. Debate Squad Opens Season In Texas Meet The Fayetteville High School debate squad opened their 1974 75 tournament schedule thii weekend in Fort Worth, Tex winning the fourth annual Texas Invitational High Schoo Tournament. The tournament which was held at O.D. Wyatt High School featured 130 debate teams from A r k a n s a s , O k l a h o m a Louisiana, and Texas. Taking top honors in varsity divis ion debate was lhe team o Dennis P e t e r s o n ami Jef Hobbs w i t h elimination roum victories over H o u s t o n Strait Jesuit, Lafayette La. Denton Texas, and Dalla. Jesuit High Schools. In novicf division Kenny Harriman wa named top tournament speaker Fayetteville High School team reaching quarter-finals include; the team of Kenny Harriman and Mik« Saknavilch and th team of Charles Stulte am David Pennington. The next tournament oulln will be at Kickapoo High Schoo ir. Springfield Mo. The Fayctte ville High speech and dehat squad is sponsored by Job Dollarhid*. LOSE UGLY FAT ·tort [O!lnz weight lodsy or MOOT, BACK. MOtfADEX is a tiny tablet Ui wrtl h*lp curb your deslr* for exce fcod. Ell IMS-weigh l"s. Contains danscroi]!! drugs and will no', make fMrvocu. No ilrcnnoufl exercise. Chan fear 1IM . . . »l»" too'iy. MONADK eosls »,O lor a 20 day ·uppls' «nd }5. (or l«!c« tf.l mount, fast "fly ( your mono' will be refunded »llh DKUG STORK 2Z E. Center Kill Order* Filled TM HirJrid.. WW · iill Conra -- Evri/n Hifli Shopping C.nltr -- PUT ON A NEW PERSONAUTY $16 soft shoe it Mofall? Personality. SHOES FOR WOMEN Great-fitting eatygoer... the well-heeled pant suit hi gleaming patent, neatly stitched, vamp slightly on the rise. All set to keep pace wlttt the busiest of schedules. A Personality type. Sizes 5B lo (OK and 6-2A to 10-2A Black · Brown - Camel Help The Hogs Bcal Tulsa If you do not plan lo attenc (he game--Be lure and shop the Shoe Tree while the traf flc Is light and there Is plenty of parking, Store open 9 ».m to 6 p,m, iiBiniiiiniiiiiniiiiiiifflMiM irftmu MEN iday, Sept. 27, 1974 * 5 minimum Bridge News NINA'S Shop now for your fall wardrob* while we have a large selection. Jr. Pantsuits . Sizes 3-13 Missy Pantsuits - Sizes 6-18 Pants, blouses, sweaters dresses. Open Mondays 10 a.m. -6 p.m. Tues. thru Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. T Mile East of Lowell--751-2923 "RECORD Penny Lyons and Ernest on Erdmannsdorff were first nd second place winners at the cmmunity adult center bridge arty. Other winners were Sanford erg, Earl Thornton, Hazel "ippw and Joe Weaver. Anyone 50 years of age or Ider is invited to attend the ctivilies of the adult center. 'or further information call 43-3512. The TIMES Is On Top of The Newi Seven Days a Weak THE LIGHT TOUCH by Gardentiire'i A reformer is someone who wants his conscience to be your guide. Geologists will tell you the diamond is the h a r d e s t substance known to man. Particularly to get back. « Lots of children don't a nag. They're too busy _^ telling their parents D what fo do. Ever gel the feeting thai fife is a violin solo, and _, you're wearing mittens? E The most promising em- ploye is the one who does more than he promises. Orig. S4 and more Wallets 69 3 We promise you a value jj ja in flawless diamond* a\ Ij | Gardenhire's Jewelry. GARDENH IRE'S JEWELRY S.E. Corner of Square Genuine suede wallets in fall fashion colors and styles. Designed for French purses, clutches, and credit card, photol holders. Decorated with metal studs, embroidery and Lotigo tabs. Handbags--DILLARD'S--First Floor Opwi Dprfy Monday Thrw Sohwday, 10 a.m. t« 9 p.m. Originally $15 Classic Macs Black Red Brown with Ombre Brown Navy BlKk with multl A shoe style that is timeless because of its comfort and classic good looks. Free, easy living--the easy walking shoe for pants or skirts. Take advantage of this tiny price during our Record Days. Sizes 514 to 10 in narrow or medium widths. Women's Show--DILLARD'S--First Floor Now...TT»re« Coimnitnt WtytTb Ctarp Op«n Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. until 9

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