Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 3, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 3, 1974
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·-;' TO MODEL FASHIONS .. .of University Women's Club's annual luncheon and jashion show next Wednesday at the Arkansas Union Ballroom, Mrs. '^ Donaubauer, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Graening, Mrs. Frans, Mrs. Leflar and Mrs. Akin, left-right . '· 'nnDininnnnimi IHKIH ai NEW YORK (AP) -New York Public Library received posthumous from a one-time illiterate ; -uanian immigrant who enough knowledge from . shelves lo moke $1 n '' the stock market. The library received a (MO check from the i ·" Martin Radtke. A ' plaque was unveiled Tuesday in ·' his memory in the main library on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue. \ ' "Martin Radtke was '', of his generation in that the H',' brary was his university," -' brary president Richard Couper said of the taciturn '.. vestor who died in March NorthwpBt Ark nmmmmwimwmmmmmmmmwmmm )ELAYED GRANT - The ry has jition" e Lith- gleaned 11 its ion on 1 $368,ate of marble sday in library enue. typical the H- ty," li- rd W. urn in- and left his entire estate to the library. Few people at the ceremony knew Radtke, who came here poor and illiterate at the age ol 30 in 1913 to work as a gardener in New Jersey. Even after he made his fortune he remained a modest-living bachelor, paying as a guest in a house in Woodside, Queens, and commuting lo Manhattan by subway. He apparently made the public library one of his haunts and in later years told friends he accumulated as much as $1 million on' the stock market with the knowledge he acquired from sludv of economic text- ch 1973 books and magazines there. lll!lin!il!lll!tllll|][l|[|lllllllllllll!lllll!IIUIIl!ll!l!llllllllUl!l!lilll[H]!llIII][l!]ill[lll!l!ID x» stttBas States m f\^* "^·^ m \J J/ */ / /~\TI It T1TVT i / f I 1 /I IJ ' [\\ ( I ) VI PJ \\ Brunch Starts Rush A Saturday morning brunch at the home of Mrs. D. C. ihackclford began fall rush ae- ivities for Beta Tau Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International. Guests, Mrs. Eva Oxford and ~Urs. Donna Zaidenberg, and nembers were greeted by the lostess and Mrs, Mary Harris, chapter president. Mrs. Martha Beshears. Epsi- on Sigma Alpha state council )res]dent o f Greenwood, serveci Tom a linen covered table thai leld an arrangement of fal 'lowers. Another special guesl was Mrs. Carlene Stiegler, stale council secrelary also ol reenwoo Household H i n t Coat Ihe rim of a kettle with TOCOI) grease or butter before you use the kettle to boil water water will not boil over onto your stove. Dampness and heat are ene mies of instant coffee. To ge the most from your coffee, kee; the lop of on the coffee jar anc stnrp il in a onnl nln^p Bridge News iiiniini inn inn m ii! m ininnniiiiiniri nnn luiiiinii Joe Scott and Doug Dorland were fii'st place winners in the S u n d a y afternoon bridge .ournamenl held by Fayetteville Duplicate Bridge Club at the Legion Hut. Winning second place were Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Barbee; Lhird place, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. George Roller and Mrs. Joe Rodman. In Monday night's tournament, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barbee won first place; Joe Scott and Doug Dorland, second place; Henry Thibault and Wayne Patterson,' third place; Mrs. Joe Scott and Harry Home, fourth place; and tying for fifth .anc sixth places were Mr. and Mrs Bradle y and Mr. and Mrs Jeremy Hess. Quick Pasta Dish Stir butter and crumbled pi miento-cheese spread into no cooked macaroni for a good anc n i l f r l r rin^tn r l i R h Fashions Will Be Shown University's Women's Club annual luncheon and fashion show will be held Wednesday, Ocl. 9, at 12 noon in the Arkansas Union Ballroom. "The Window on Fashion 1 will Feature fashions from seven local stores. Fashion ac cessorics used as table arrange menls will complete the Fashion scene. Mrs. Robert Kennedy wil introduce models and common on the ensembles. Music wil he provided by Mike Rice. Co-chairman for the event ar Mrs. Gerald Halnern and Mrs C h a r l e s Caldwell. Othe members of the committee ar Mrs. Tom Jones, Mrs. Franl Guyton and Mrs. Fran Doughty. Models will be Mrs. Ja, Graening, Mrs. Nolan E Williams, Mrs. Robert Leflat Mrs. Robert Frans, Mrs George Cole, Sr., Mrs. E. I] Donaubauer, Mrs. Jim Akin am Mrs. Tom Jones, pictured above, and Mrs. John Owen, Mrs. E. Fay Jones, Mrs. Wayman Halbrook and Mrs. Harold Moore along with Wylie Davis and Charles Britton, who are not in the picture. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Micheal Lieber. 521-7895, or Mrs. Guylon 521695-1, not later than Sunday, Oct. 7. DAV Auxiliary Has New Members Disabled American Veteran's Auxiliary, Chapter 16, of Springdale met last week in the American Legion Hut in Spring dale. Mrs. Lucille Barrett, vice commander, presided. Mrs. Anila Parsons led ii prayer, Mrs. Melba Linebargei presented colors, and Ihe pledge of allegiance was repeated in unison. Mrs. Ethel Neal of Call fornia was a guest and Mrs Edith Mullen, Mrs. Held Jester, Mrs. Debbie Baker and Mrs. Maxine Em'bry became Mrs. Wynona of Springdale received a TV set and Gary Edwards Route 6, Springdale, received was announced lha Shower Honors Bride-Elect niiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimraiffliffliiiiinuiiniiHiiiiuiiD Miss Rohin Rasbcrry of Fort niilh, bride elect of Garry lalhciirl. was honored with a niscellaucous shower at the iome of Mrs. Cecil England on ·"riday evening. Mrs. Robert .J, Vhilc, Mrs. Clyde Terry and Mrs. Robert M. Jenkins assisted as hostesses. The serving table was ap pointed with silver and crystal md centered with a bouquet of checked gingham flowers "luted milk glass basket jingham corsages were pre sentcd lo Miss Rasbcrry ant Mrs. A. L. Cathcarl. mother o the prospective bridegroom The bride-elect's chosen color of pink, yellow and blue were featured in refreshments punch and cake as well as ir the house. The hostess gift wa cookware. The wedding will be an even ol Saturday, Oct. 5, at Nor thside Baptist Church in For Smith. new members. It] a drawing. Gage ' " ' rifle. It members of the Auxiliary wil serve coffee at the VA hospila every Monday, and Rep. John Paul that U. S Hammer Thursday, Oct. 3, 1974 Schmidt and Dr. Albert Gam mon will be speakers at th next meeting o n Oct. Members of the Auxiliary wil provide refreshments and a veterans are invited to attend. Household Hint Stains can foe removed fror dishes that have become brow from baking by soaking them in water to which borax ha been added. ^Thomas A SOUND FOR EVERYONE We Cordially Invite You To Attend Open House In Celebration Of Our Second Anniversary Sunday, October 6th 2 PM Til 6 PM Refreshments - Door Prizes ORGAN CENTER NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Announcements Telephone Pioneer Ozark LiF Icrnher Club will sponsor icnic from 11 a.m. to 3 p.n "riclay at Horseshoe Ben iecreational Area. St. Joseph's School anmu iountry Auction will be held he school playground iaturday with a rummage an vhite elephant sale in old Joseph's Church. Refreshmen ·md lunch will be available. Births REGIONAL MKD1CA1, CENTEIl Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Scott Springdale, a daughter, Sept. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Ball Fayetteville, a daughter ept. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Clove W arlisle of Fayellcvillc, a son ept. 30. Add Zip To Casserole Before 'baking your nex nacaroni and cheese casserole dd two lablespoons of youi worite pickle relish. It adds ip and a flavor you will like. Stuff Cooked Prunes StufF cooked prunes, after ·cmoving pits, with cream or collage cheese. Alternate them on crisp salad greens with hinly sliced oranges. Serve vitli tart French dressing. LOSE UGLY FAT Start la1n« weight todav or MONEY BACK. MONADKX Is n liny tablet Uial II help curb your desire for excess footf. Kat ICKS-wcl^li less. Contains jio danzcrous clruits and iviH not maVe ou nervous. No strenuous exercise. Chantfa your life . . . start lain: MONADGX irosls M.OO [or n CO day supply and 55.00 for twice tlic amount. Lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded with no questions nskrtl by: QUAKER DRUG STORE 22 E. Center rders Filled Daily Calendar of Events Tonight American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Engineering Wives, Quincy Jones Beauty Salon, 7:30 p.m. Happy Hollow Schooi PTA and Open House, Happy Hollow School, V : 30 p.m. Far West Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Goslien Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. "The Contrast," UA Theater, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 - W a y Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters IB etotrtrontts slnoe 1930 N. College (43-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-424B City Parking Lot In Rear Friday Developmental Child Care Association, Mrs. A. W. Cordes, 9:30 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous -- Women, Ozark Guidance Center, 7 p.m. "The Conlrasl," UA Theater, 8 p.m. Cal I xJ^elz .'·i^Concrief for an outdoor portrait ,' / before the leaves start to\fall / . . . ;' .'. '-. · \ / · . ' ' N _. . . . . . .11 i . 1 I most beautiful from Oct. 10-20 · , ' ' ' . " " :' ; , V ' - ' ' ' f Call now.... , ; '·;'.... while appointments are still available... for your Fall Outdoor Portrait 521-8161 MONCRIEF'S,inc. WAL-MART Discount City S A T I S F A C T I O N \G U A R A N T E E O/ Southgatc Shopping Center W A L - M A R T Open 9 to 9 is mm YOUR EARS PIERCED AT WAL-MART JOIN F! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 11:00 !o 7:00, Oct. 4!h-5ih HAVE YOUR EARS PIERCED ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF $7.87 BEGINNER EARRINGS. A NURSE WILL BE ON DUTY DURING THE HOURS MENTIONED TO PIERCE YOUR EARS, ANYONE UNDER 18 MUST HAVE WRITTEN CONSENT FROM THEIR PARENTS 'XMART CITY WAL-MART CITY WAL-MART CITY WAL-MART CITV

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