Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 13, 1974 · Page 41
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 41

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, October 13, 1974
Page 41
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PEOPLE and EVENTS JJortf)toe£t ' FAYETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1974 SECTION B To Participate In Fashion Show Mrs. Eddie Sutton, Mrs. Robert McCollum, Mrs. Greg Lee, Mrs. Robert G. Whitfield, Mrs. Bass Trumbo, Mrs. Buford Wiley, Mrs. David McNair, Mrs. J. B. Hays, Mrs. Bob Martin, and Mrs. Jim Lindsey, left-right, top photograph. Mrs. Frank Siccardi, Mrs. Jim Ogden, Mrs. Ronald Woodruff and Mrs. Tom Phillips, left-right,, in the left photograph. Mrs. Al Witte, Mrs. J. W. Cain, Mrs. Robert Kennedy, Mrs. Jim Johnson, Mrs. Richard Williamson and Mrs. Harmon .Lushbaugh, left-right, right photograph. Models not pictured are Mrs. Mervin Johnson and Mrs. Ben Israel. Fashion Show Set Come enjoy the splendor of fall when members and their guests will see the newest fashions from our local shops Thursday at Fayetteville Country Club. Clothes wiil be modeled informally between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and coffee will be served. Mrs. Steve Cummings, Mrs. Michael Hopkins and Mrs. James Romine are chairmen in charge of this annual event. We'll see today's casual life styles, dresses and pantsuits that are as elegant, casual and versatile as one could wish for. Separates--this season's turned-out look, pants that travel beautifully, hike on country lanes- or live in the city with any top you choose. Models will show the prettiest blouses ever, the perfect- way to .look atj home, what to wear on autumn-warm days^ autumn-warm evenings, for dufumn-chilj*- days, shirt jackets, undercoat dresses, on- its own before you need a coat; the dresf*: of the year, the two-piece dress, longer:: coats with pants, the coat that's a fur-trimr,' med sweater; and what's right for the bright; times, the night times. Your own great look is what it's ail-about. Deadline for turning in reservations- will be Monday and are to be made with:' Mrs. Phillip Taylor at 442-8935, Mrs. Eurj gene Lee at 442-7716, or Mrs. Roy Clinton'; at 442-6455. Members may bring an unlimited number of guests. "? Text By Mary Alice Pearson. And Photographs By Ken Good

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