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October 7, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Walter, Route 4, Rogers, announce the engagement of tlieir daughter, Lynda Diane, to John Thurman Slover, son of Mrs. Hazel E. Slover of Okmiilgee, Okla., and J. A. Slover Sr., of Riviera, Tex. Tile hride-elect is a graduate of Rogers High School, attended Arkansas Polytechnic College in Russellville, and is presently employed at Washington Regional Medical Cen- ter in Fayelteville as a licensed practical nurse. Her fiance graduated from K i n g High School in Kingsville, Tex., attended Northern Illinois University of DeKalb, 111., is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity, and is now assistant manager of Do- nanza Sirloin Pit. The well- ding will take place at 10:30 a.m., Nov. 23, at Brightwaler Methodisl Church. inn Knrthiwal Arkansas OFimra : MEN 6 · Monday, October 7, 1974 Miss Powers Junior Miss Contestant Miss Becky Powers, daughter of Mrs. Shirley Blackston of Fayetteville will compete for the district Arkansas Junior Miss Pageant on Oct. 19 in Springdale. Contestants will be judged on poise and appearance, youth fitness, scholastic achievement, creative and performing a r t s and an interview with judges who look for a sense of values, clarity of expression, knowledge, perception, and ability in human relations. America's Junior Miss Pa- gent, open to all high school senior girls, 16 through 18, focuses the attention of the nation on the achievements and promises of American youth. | The program recognizes, rewards and encourages excellence in young people. Each year since 1958 it has selected the outstanding high school senior girl from among the thousands who take part in 1,500 communities in all 50 states. Local Junior Miss winners advance to state pageants which determine the candidates for the national title. If Miss Powers is successful in the district contest, she will go to Little Rock for the state contest. The national contest is held each year in Mobile, Ala., where $500,000 in college scholarships, U . S . Savings Bonds, merchandise and other awards are presented to Junior Miss participants at the local, state flnd national levels. POWERFU1 PLUNGER CLEARS CLOGGED TOILETS NEVER AGAIN thai lick ftcling when your toilet overflows TOILAFLEX 9 er Unlike ordinary plungers, Toilafiex does not permit compressed air or messy water to splash back or escape. With Toilaflex the lull pressure plows t h r o u g h the clogging mass and ·wishes it down. · SUCTION-RIM STOPS SPLASH-BACK · CENTERS ITSELF, CAN'T SKID AROUND · TAPEREDTAIL GIVES AIR-TIGHT FIT (Mtiw Genuine Toll;f1«' *2 M AT HARDWARE STORES TO COMPETE ... in district Arkansa Junior Miss Pageant in Springdale on Oct. 19 Announcements iraiHllllllllllH^^ Major Brian P e n d l e l o n aplcr, Daughters of the ucrican Colonists, will meet 1 p.m. Tuesday at Ilic oliday Inn. nas by a local yarn shop. For · e s e r v n t i o n s will Lorine McGuire at I42-6710 : or.'Bccliy ingcr nt 521-8990.' K a p p a Kappa Gamma umnae will meet Wednesday 7 p.m. for their regular onthly business meeting, ollowing the meeting at 7:30, . Beta Phi alumnae arc in- tcd for coffee and dessert to unmemoratc Dito-Monmoul'ri. otfi Greek groups celebrate eir Founders Days in October id were founded on the same inipus in Monmouth, Illinois. lie event will be held in the ime of Mrs. Bob Martin at 55 Bonnie Lane. All Kappa nd Pi Phi alums are cordially viled to attend. Fayetleville-Springdale Cliris- an Women's Club will meet t 12 noon Thursday at Spring- ale Country Club. Fran Went?1 of West Germany will speak nd a special feature will bi le showing of kits for Christ- Perennial Garden Club will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at :he Showcase Florist Shop in Evelyn Hills where Lee Priest will speak on "foolproof house plants." Following the program, members will go to the home of Mrs. Max McAllister for a business meeting. Co-hostesses vill be Mrs. Howard Magruder, Mrs. Fred McQuistion and Mrs. Allen Reynolds. New in Cookware A new line of aluminum cookware is now available. . T h e cooking ensembles feature white Teflon linings. With gentle care, the cookware will look its best on the range or even on t h e table. Baked-on decals offer a touch of color to the new kitchen items. Colorful covers are available in shades of parsley, sun gold or hot pepper. Alexander-Scott Marriage Told Miss S u e ; l l q n Scott ol Clareniore and George Baker Alexander, Tulsa, were married Sept. 26 at 10 a.m!, in the First United Methodist Church in Tulsa. Mrs. Alexander, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Scott, Roanokc, Va., earned her B.S. Degree from Madison College in Harrisonburg, Va. and also attended the Univer sity of Oklahoma. She is employed by the OSU Extension Service as "Rogers County Extension Home Economist. The bridegroom is the son oi Mrs. Henry M. Alexander Fayelteville, and the late Mr Alexander. He attended the Uirl yersily O f Arkansas and Tulsa University. He is employee with Universal Oil Products in Tulsa. T h e couple resides in Claremore. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Don Stephe Penquite of Fayetteville, daughter, Oct. 3. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Haye of Fayetteville, a daughter, Oc 3. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cln'ldress of Fayettevilje. daughter, Oct. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Rex W. Ead of West Fork, a daughter, Oc 3. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Stoi of Springdale, a son, Oct. 3. Folding Chairs Solve Problem Entertaining problems arise 'lion the hostess has a i'niitcd umber ot chnirs. The smart ostess is prepared for scaling roblerns because slie keeps on (leqimte supply of folding hairs in a closet or spare oom. A new line of economical olding cliairs features two ypes of easy-to-storc, easy-to ote chairs than can be used t the dining room table, al ard tables, in the living room r kitchen, and even on the orcli or patio. Made of contour-molded plaS' ic and white enameled metal he first of the two chair dc igns comes in four eye-catch ng colors. The whimsically lamed shades are caliec 'frankly Scarlett," "yellcr,' 'too bine," and "sub-lime. 1 The second chair design fea ures a foam-padded contour eat. This chair is available in moss green trimmed with green .teel framing or old gold will bronze steel framing. The company that has intro duced these fashionable, econo mical folding chairs also manu actures a complete line ot step stools, s e r v i n g carts, . am juvenile furnishings. These prc ducts are available in rclai stores across the country. Household Hint Constant use of fabric toners will lead to a build-u on clothes. This build-up ofte ;auses yellowing and some ;imes causes allergic reactions You can save time, money an needless problems by using IBS fabric softener. Most f a b r i softeners will last through thrc washings. EVEREST 4.0ENNIN6S WHEELCHAIRS f OLDS 70 JO" RENTALS I SALES Fayeltevllle Dm* E.Side Square 44S-73JS Daily Calendar of Events 'onight · District Nurses Association, Bentonville Holiday Inn, 6:30 .m. : Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge, Masonic Hall, Farmington, 7:03 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters I* cfedronlci tine* UM 530 N. College 443-2222 for Your Prescription Need* See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 442-4ZM City Parking Lot ID Rear Tuesday H Beta Phi Arrowcraft Display and Sale. Chapter House 9 a.m. io 11 a.m. . Media Group, AAUW, Mrs. W. F. Ellis, 9:30 a m : Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Major Brian Pendleton Chapter, DAC, Holiday Inn, 1 pm. American Association of Retired Persons, Chapter 731 Hillcrest Towers, 2 p.m. Modern Literature Club, Mrs. Clive Lane, 3 p.m. · Planning Commission, City Hall, 4 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northslde Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Woodland Junior High PTA, School, 7:30 p.m. Official Study Course for Legal Secretaries, Room 239, UA Education Building, 7.p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Open House, Greenland School, 7:30 p.m. . Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Ozarks Gem and Mineral Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. NWA Kennel Club, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Chess Club, Arkansas Union, 8 p.m. FACTORY OUTLET 916 Young St. (Behind Arcade Furn.) Springdale ANNIVERSARY SALE MEN'S WINTER OUTERWEAR Values$30 to $40 Regular Price $25.99 Assorted Styles 20 00 Sizes 36 thru 46 and S, M, L, XL Night And Day Simple, loose, comfortable lines are the main theme running throughout Oscar de la Renta's new collection shown in New York Thursday. Model displays day wear in a neu- tral-toned cotton jersey, reaching 28 inches below the knees, the new length f o r night and day. (AP Wirepho- to) BOY'S WINTER OUTERWEAR Values $20 to $25 Regular Price $15.99 $OOO Sizes 8 thru 20 and S, M, L, XL 13 MEN'S SPORT COATS Double Knit and Texiurized Values $40 to $50 Regular Price $29.99 $ 23 00 Sizes 36 thru 46 MEN'S SLACKS Double Knit and Texiurized Polyester Values $16 to $18 Regular Price $9.99 Sizes 28 thru 42 $777 f Gail ^M^^^^^r^jL ^-- ^ MEN'S DRESS AND SPORT SHIRTS Values $20 to $25 FASHION MATE ZIG-ZAG sewing machine NOW Carrying case orcabinetextra Sewing jobs get done like magic when you put this efficient machine to work! Sews on buttons, sews buttonholes, mends ... without attachments. Among its other conveniences: built-in blind-hem stitch, 3 needle positions, extra-wide zig-zag capability, simple dial conlrols. Value $6 to $10 Regular Price $4.99 Sizes S, M, L, XL $ Perma Press 3" BOY'S DRESS AND SPORT LONG SLEEEVE SHIRTS Value $5 to $6 Regular Price $2.99 to $3.99 Sizes 3 thru 20 Perma Press $ 2" BOY'S LONG SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers Forsiore nearest you, see Iheyellow pages underSEWING MACHINES Value $5 to $6 Regular Price $3.99 to $4.99 Sizes 3 thru 20 Perma Press $ 2" YOUNG MEN'S CASUAL SLACKS Corduroy and Wovens Value $12 to $14 Regular Price $6.99 to $7.99 $ Perma Press 5" BOY'S SCHOOL AND CASUAL SLACKS Value $6 to $7.50 Regular Price $2.99 to $3.99 $ Perma Press 3" BOY'S SCHOOL AND DRESS SLACKS Value $8 to $10 Regular Price $5.99 to $6.99 $^77 Perma Press 4 BOY'S SHETLAND WOOL AND POLYESTER SWEATERS Value $10 Regular Price $7.99 Sizes 10 thro 20 $ Machine Washable 5" MEN'S SHETLAND WOOL AND POLYESTER SWEATERS Value $14 Regular Price $9.99 Sizes S, M, L, XL Machine Washable $J77 SALE ENDS OCTOBER 14 Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Saturday

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