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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 9, 1974
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IUIUIM Stmfa Wi ./or OMEN Wednesday, October 9, 1974 · 7 IlllffllUllllllilllU Preparing For Sale All the things one expects to find and more vill he avail-. able Thursday when members of Year Round Garden Club has its junktiquc sale ill the home of Mrs. Dick Prnlt, 24 W. Poplar Street, Faynlte- villc. Hours of the sale a r e 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the public is invited to this event. Working here are Mrs. D. W. Slanton, Mrs. Earl Stoken- bury, Mrs. Frank Grtuninur, Mrs. Martin Johnson and Mrs. Kenneth Riley, left- right, on flowers anil flower pols. Other articles that will .he offered include dishes, bottles, and tole paintings. (TlMESphoto by Chuck Cunningham) Scotch Foursome Winners Told In the Scotch Foursome golf t o u r n a m e n t played last w e e k e n d a t Fayetleville Country Club, first, place winners in the championship flight were Mrs. W.J. Butt and Jack Audrain, second place went to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shrevc; and low net to Mrs. Ben Schlegel and her son, Benny Schlegel. fn the first flight Mr. and Mrs. Bill Higgins won first place, Mr. and Mrs. David McNair, second place, and Mr. and Mrs. James L. Smith, low net. All received gift certificates from the pro shop. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Johnson of Fayetlcville, a daughter, Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Hamilton ot Sprirfgdale', a daughter, Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Milo V. Marks of Lincoln, a daughter, Ocl. 'I. Mr, and Mrs. Richard 0. Murphy of Fayetteville, a daughter, Oct. 4. Shower Honors : Bride-Elect Miss Linda Kaye Slaughter was honored last Friday night r with a bridal party and linen shower at the home of Mrs. · Elizabeth Walker. Mrs. Abbey · F. McGce was co-hostess. Mrs. Dale Slaughter, mother · of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Leo M. Dykes of Little Rock, · mother of her fiance, William Howard Dykes, and Miss ' Slaughter received the 50 guests. M i s s Slaughter's chosei · colors of burgundy an(J white · were carried out in flora decorations with the centerpiece on the refreshment table o! burgundy and witc roses which was spread with a Brussels lace Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Morris f Springdale, a son, Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. latfield of Prairie Grove, a son, Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Emil L. Coffcy if Rogers, a son, Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Speight of Lincoln, a son, Oct. Mr. and Mrs. James L. 'aimer of Fayelteville, a daughter, Oct. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J. McClure of Lincoln, a son, Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Mason of Fayetteville, a son, Oct. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Terrence L. (irkpatrick of West Fork, a son. Oct. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Bowerman of Prairie Grove, a daughter, Oct. 6. ' cloth. . . Mrs. Slaughter Dykes served. and Mrs Rainbow Circle Installs Officers In a recent ceremony Order f Rainbow f o r G i r l s le following new officers, Pam jreen, worthy advisor; Lexie Veir, worthy associate advisor; ':ieryl L L xon, charity; Nina ^oleman, hope; Pam Waterson, aith; Betsy Stewart, love; 'onya McAlpin, religion; Jackie £lliOt, nature; Marilyn Bradley, mmorlality; Debbie Bdden- hal, service; and Angela Guth- Fashion Show Plans Complete Mrs. Steve Cummings, Mrs Micheal Hopkins and Mrs James Romine, chairman fo this year's fall coffee and style show at Fayetteville Countr; Club, have completed plans fo: this informal event. · Members are allowed to brin{ an unlimited number of guest on Thursday, Oct. 17. Hours o the show are'from,'9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. ' Reservations 'must be mad Pen Women Hear Paintings Program George Stevens of Huntsville e n t e r t a i n e d members a n d guests at the October meeting Northwest Arkansas Branch the National League of ic, drill leader. Installing officer was Mrs. lelen Baxter, Mrs. Dorothea Coleman was installing chaplin, Mrs. Nellvait Pool, installing musician; Mrs. Clara Bird, installing recorder; and Mrs. Bonnie Phillips, marshal. Mrs. Virginia Prickett is mother ad- isor. Receiving perfect attendance lins for two years were Betsy itewart, Jackie Elliot and Debbie Bridenthal. Lexie Weir 'eceivcd a pin f o r , one year's lerfect attendance.' As a money-making project he group will sell candy and v a n i 1 1 a for a trip to Disneyworld in Florida. Among .the guests were members of .the Huntsville A-s scmnly chapter when 23 girls were initiated. of of American Pen Women held at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville. Mrs. LaVera Beeby. hostess, introduced the speaker. Mrs. Alta Fau.bus was co-hostess. Guests were MIS. George Stevens, Mrs. Jessie Gilstrap, Mrs. Mary Hunt and Mrs. Carol Hargis. Stevens, artist and cross- lowman, is a graduate of the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and attended the American Academy of Art. He exhibited paintings and discussed them. member of the Crossbow Guild of Brussels, his painting of "St. George and the Dragon" hangs there. In 1940, he renewed the sport of cross- bowing in Arkansas. Several of his paintings are on permanent Sorority Will Have Birthday Party For Senior Residents Members of Xi Alpha Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi me this week in the home of Mrs Ellen Smith. Co-hostess was Mrs. Nancy Waite. During the business meetini members displayed items to be offered at the annual Holida Bazaar. Plans were made I have an October birthday part for residents of Sunrise Manor Mrs. Glenda Robertson will b chairman. Mrs. Janet Zachry president, conducted the Ritua of s Jewels for pledge Mrs Barbara Linebarger. The cultural program "Publi Speaking" was given ly Mrs Sharon Harriman. She state that public speaking is a torn of communication all its ow and that the audience is th mirror by which a speake measures the success of hi speaking. Mrs. Harriman calle on chapter members for im promtu responses to formal an informal introductions. Refreshments of assorte cookies, mints, nuts, Cokes an coffee were served. The Oc 17 meeting will be held in t! home of Mrs. Jean Dye, Announcements Wayside Garden Club w meet at 1:30 p.m. Friday tile home of Mrs. Homer Wil struck, Sassafras Hill, Highwa 45 East. Mrs. Wittstruck w present the program on "Th Maine Lobsters In The Ozarks? Live Maine lobsters, rare olieacics in the Northwest rkansas area, may be ordered ow throuyh Oct. 16 from the aw Wives Club at the Unlver- ty tor pick-up on Oct. 19. Available by advance order nly, the I'A pound lobsters cost 5.95 each, and must be picked p between 10 a.m. and 12 noon Saturday, Oct. 19, at the orth parking lot of Razorback Indium. Come early because ic Arkansas-Texas game starts t 1 p.m. These air-freighted lobsters re easy to cook, and irv tructions on their preparation nd eating will be furnished. To order write to Mrs. Ken I r o s s , 104 Boles Street, a y e t t e v i l l e . Specify t h e Daily Calendar of Events Tonight "Man, The Measure of All Things," UA Library, 4:30 p.m. Highlands Chapter, Ozark Society, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarteri b crtctnmTci tine* t*t» 530 N. Col leg* 443-222! For Your Proscription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG a E. Center -- 44Z-4M4 City Parking Lot In Rear lumber of long with lame and lobsters desired the purchaser's phone number. Enclose a check for the full amount of your order. The ilve lobsters should be used the day of arrival, Oct. 9, or the next day at the latest. Some people are planning a 'BYOL" party (bring your own qbster) for an after the game victory party. Until the lobsters arc cooked, they should be kept n the refrigerator where they vill remain alive. Do, not put them in ice or cold water, for this will emolher and kill them. In the event lobsters are not o be used within the two day period, boil them according to directions and store them in the reezer up to six months. The chairman of the sate suggests boiling corn on the cob in the same pot with the lobsters for a really different and delicious flavor. For more inforamtion call 521-3608 after 5 p.m. Thursday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. fill noon Year Round Garden Club's Junktique, Mrs. Dick Pratt, 9 .m. till 2 p.m. Maple Hills Garden Club, Showcase Florist Shop, 9:30 a.m. Mini-Bazaar, Regional Medical Center, 10 a.m. Altrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Fayetteville-Springdale Christian Women's Club, Springdale :ountry Club, 12 noon Rolary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozakr Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Petunia Garden Club, Mrs. Fay Brown, 1:30 p.m. United Daughters of Confederacy, Mrs. Charles E. Brewer, ; p.m. Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyalt's, 7 p.m. Pollution Control Committee, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. Mystery Calif." Spot of Santa Cruz La Leche League will mee at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct.. 14, in the home of Mrs. Melanee King 2464 Valley Drive. Person wanting more information may call 751-8G73. Veterans of Foreign Wars an( Auxiliary will meet at 6 p.m Monday, Oct. 14, for a potluc' supper and a short busines meeting in the VFW Hall. Thosi attending are asked to bring i covered dish. LEIGH'S CLINIC 1765 N. College · Get rid of superfluous hair by Electrolysis. Licensed by State of Arkansas Call 521-3540 for free consultation without obligation. New p-ntrons bring this ad for discount. . that the Fayetteville instituted last summer with Mrs. Phillip Taylor at 4428935, Mrs. Eugene Lee, 442-7716, or Mrs." Roy Clinton, 442-8455. The. '.deadline for turning in reservations vyill be Monday Oct. 14. ' e x h i b i t at the Crossbow Restaurant in Huntsville. He makes crossbows and designs costumes for the Crossbow festivals. Mrs. P a u l i n e Wight, o r e s ! d e n t , conducted t h e business meeting. Mrs. Ellen Harvey, secretary; and Mrs. Alta Watson, treasurer, gave reports. Mrs. Virginia Sturm, parliamentarian, gave a short program on parliamentary procedure. The group was invited to exhibit in the competitive art show sponsored by the Pea Ridge National Military Park on Nov. 9 and 10. Mrs. Belden Wigglesworth w i l l give the November program, a water color demonstration. Turn West on Hiway 170 at West Fork, Arkansas Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. WAREHOUSE MARKET We Give SH Green Stamps--Double Stamps On Wednesday GROUND BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK STEAK u. CHOPPED SIRLOIN RIB STEAK Golden Ripe BANANAS Columbia BACON TANGELOS 20-lb. No. 1 Red POTATOES CABBAGE Prices In This Ad Effective thru October 15th HOME OF BETTER VALU FOR OVER 56 YEARS Enjoy Itie convenience of a quality EUREKA cleaner. Makes vacuuming jobs less o! a chore with powerful suction lor removing lint, dirt and liller. WITH ANY EUREKA UPRIGHT Loaded with quality features. Lifetime lubricaled molor never needs oilmg, Top-loading disposable dusl bag with uieabla capacity of 560 cubic inches. Daein'r clog, kteps sucFion sFrong, v-son UJi OTMCO R£DIT OR convemsnT LAYOUIAY 2-woy DlAt-A-NAP Rug Adjustmenl improves carpel cleaning efficiency. Just "tune" it to any rug, from low-profile to deep shag. fitWJL ELECTR1KBROOM vacuum ClEflflER SEUREKA POWCR ream LAftR WITH ROTO-MATIC HEAD Heod eJjusfi auromalkally to cny corpi i has low profile \in Itian 4" high Tor herd lo gel t» aceoi. TCOL-FAK tairies took in use or foi Doe* the wotk of vacuum cleaner, dust mop broom. Money Saving Cup! No bogs Hai big 2!/a peak HP motor for exlra sfrong suclfon. Complete set of foolt including floor and wall brush, upholstery brush, dusting brush, crevice tool, 2 interlocking wands and on* curved wand. Hot large sturdy cariYina handle. SMU CANISTER STYLE CLiftnER FITS ALL CANISTER. TYPE VACUUM CLEANERS LAYAWAY NOW NO EXTRA CHARGE · 6 Convenient Attachment* Powerful deep-cleaning motor. Flip top lid. Easy roll, v-OM p]u* uprights wltK attach- m*nl. fluffs at it raVei and df«P cleans. IMIS THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST SALE PRICES GOOD AT OVER 600 STORES Southwest Corner of Square Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 442-7361

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