Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 13, 1974 · Page 42
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October 13, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 42

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1974 rAYITTIVILLC, ARKANSAS Concert Series To Get Underway ARTISTIC DIRECTOR. .Boris Goldovsky, rig/if, of Go]dovsky Opera Theater, and cast members Perennial Club Begins Season Members of Perennial Garden 3ub met Thursday for the first meeting of the 1974-75 club year t the Showcase Florist Shop n Evelyn Hills. Arriving at 9:30 a.m., members heard Lee Priest give he program on "houseplants." Ie discussed the care, lighting needed, pests that attack them and how to eliminate them, and displayed many growing plants. ^ question and answer perioc ollowed. After the program, a meeting vas held at the home of Mrs. Max McAllister with Mrs. Howard Magruder and .Mrs Allen Reynolds as co-hostesses. Mrs. James D. Smith, presi lent, presided at the coffee able which was centered with an arrangement of roses. Mrs. Smith also conducted the usiness session when a Counci report was given by Mrs jonnie Hall, the Christmas toui of homes was discussed and th sho\ Fayet To Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. L. H.. (Henty) Bragg will observe t h e i r Golden Wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 p.m. nntil-4'p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 at Buckeye Baptist Church. Their 11 children will he hosts and hostesses. They have thir- ty-two grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Mrs. .Bragg is the former Miss Amy Calico and the couple w a s ; · married ;0ct. 22, 1924 at Goshen. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. (TIMES- photo hy Chuck Cunningham) The Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association will open the concert, series on Monday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m. at the Men's Gym with the opera "LaTraviata" when the Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater will be heard here in the course of its 1874 fall tour. The attraction is one of the most universally popular of all grand operas written by Guiseppe Verdi, based on the famous Alexander Dumas play, "La Dame aux Camelias." Produced under the personal supervision of Boris Goldovsky, known to millions as "Mr. Opera" for his intermission commentaries on the weekly matinee network broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera House, the "LaTraviata" performance here ..will- be'·'· in English. The entire "company, including principal singers, o r c h e s t r a , conductor and technical staff, will 'be involved in the Fayetteville presentation of Verdi's operatic masterpiece vhich lias been fully staged for he tour by Goldovsky with exciting new sets and costumes. The organization is actually he national touring unit of the 'ormer New England Opera Theater, now called the Soldovsky Opera Institute, ounded in Boston"in 1946, and w i d e l y acclaimed as a "refreshing new -breath of life :n the operatic world" for its jioneering of major new techniques in operatic produc- ibrctllst's true Intentions, they schew any too literal ren- crings and. strive for English ihrases that will sound in lerformance as if the composer iad actually written his music o these .particular words Goldovsky has been known to pend as many as 250 hours n translating a single score Often lie does this while com- mutting between his own piano ecital and lecture dates and e is more than satisfied If he an achieva one entirely atisfactory English sentence in he course of a three-hour plane rip. Admittance to the concert Is iy membership and students' D cards.', Students' wives and lusbands and newcomers may purchase ..a season's rneirrber- ship at th e! - door on opening night." Tickets are never, sold or the Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association concert series. March state which will be :eville. daffodil held in 17 national touring tion. During a seasons, Goldovsky and h i 1 company, including orchestra and soloists, have been success" u 11 y demonstrating thai operatic masterpieces can be valid and absorbing theater rather than mere displays o! vocal pyrotechnics; that the ;exts can be intelligently trans lated into English and intelli gibly presented by performers who have been schooled in drama as w e l l as in voice "Our productions," Goldovsky declares, "are so thoroughly prepared 'that the singers anc the conductor know well in ad vance every move and soum each is to make and become completely self-reliant in the actual performance." Many of the-translations an specially prepared for the company by Goldovsky himself W h i l e aiming never ti misrepresent the composer's o; Alumnae Hear DO Delegate Delta · Gamma fraternity alumnar. met recently for the 'irst fall meeting at the home of Mrs. Evan Bukey. Mrs Erwan Wimberly, president conducted the business session. The local delegate to the 46th pieiinlal convention held In J in Miami, Fla., was Mrs. Car E. Hoffman of Springdale. She noted that Delta Gamma fra ternity founded in Oxford, Miss, in 1873, is entering into its econd century of existence The Fayetteville Chapter wa represented by Miss Terrj Wilson, president, who acceptec the outstanding chapter aware for Alpha Omega Chapter. Mrs. Hoffman and Mis: Wilcon joined the convention tour to Nassau. The next alumnae meeting will be held at the chapte house beginning with dinner a 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Provinc Ten, Alumnae- chairman, Mrs Timothy J. Villager of Nash ville, Tenn., and Province Te C o l l e g i a t e chairman, M r s George J. McLernon of Tulsa Okla.. will be honored guests. A 1 1 Northwest Arkansa alumnae are invited to attend. Travelers' choice in four parts polyester. Engagement Told Dr. and Mrs. Derald A l l e n Slack of Fayettevillc . announce the engagement o£ their daughter, Bonnie L«e, to John L. liuciis Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hucns of Springdale. The bride-elect is a graduate of the University of Arkansas where she was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She received a B.S. degree In Medical Technology at ihe University Medical Center in Little Rock, is a member of the American Society of Medical Technologists and la employed at Sisco Clinic in Springdale. The prospective bridegroom is a senior at the University of Arkansas. The wedding will ne an event of 3 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21, at the Chapel of the Cross in Fayefteville. . Newcomers Club Presents Gifts To New Members There were 20 members and guests present for the meeting earlier this week of Newcomers Club at the hospitality room of the Ozark Electric Cooperative Corp. tyew members introduced weie Mrs. Ophelia Crandall, Mrs. Helen Bailey, Mrs. Alma M$ille, Mrs. Katherine Fentori, .Mrs. Carolyn H. Harris and Mis. .Ida, Evans, Each were presented a gift of a box of candy. Winners in the bridge games were Mrs, Muriel Graph, first; Mrs. Sara Terrell, second; Mrs. Katherine Freeman; third and Mrs. Marilyn Slayton, low. The club m e e t s the second Wednesday of each month and welcomes Newcomers in the area to .attend. A box lunch is served and Mrs. Sam McNair directs the bridge a n d . other card games played during the afternoon. Great-going coordinates to mix and match to suit the occasion. Dusty- toned solids and fancies. 8to16. Shop Penrtey's Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9-9 Tucs., Wed., Sot 9-5:30 To Marry This Month Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Brooks of Elklns announce (he approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy Ann, to William Earl Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Earl Moore of Farmlngton. The wedding will be an event at Z o'clock in the afternoon, Saturday, Oct. 19, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Fayetteville. All friends and relatives are Invited to attend. Girl Scoufs, Leaders Go To Conference More than 300 Girl Scouts and 0 leaders participated r«c«ntly n the first statewide conference ever held In Arkansas for Cadette Scouts. The conference, held Oct. 4-8 at NOARK Girl Scout Camp, was sponsored by ACTION, a lanning board composed of unior high girls representing roops in NOARK Council. Participants from throughout Arkansas and from neighboring :ounclls in Missouri and Oklahoma attended. Activities at the weekend carhpout included volleyball, s o f t b a l l , macrame, woodcarving, scngtests, lashing, rock a n d pebble art, and tinlnkling," The leaders took part in round-table discussions o n A C T I O N a n d leadership gaining, took a hiking tour of lie camp, and watched a dramatic portrayal about the 'ounder of Girl Scouts, Juliettt Sofdon Low, presented by Mrs. Forrest Lane of FayetleviUe. All Scouts attending th« conference were presented ACTION fall conference patched after the closing flag ceremony. Officers for ACTION this year are Kathy Kirby, Fayetteville, president; Rita Sutterfield.' Siloam Springs, first vice president; Kathy VanPouke, Siloam Springs, second vice president; and Janis Smith, Rogers, secretary. The group meets throughout the year to coordinate and plan Cadette scouting activities. Th» board chose the name "ACTION" to represent the slogan, ''Active' CadetteS Tuned in on NOARK." Environmental Problems Are Discussed At Garden Club Fayetteville Garden Club members, meeting in the home f Mrs. John Webb, heard a eport from Mrs. .John Imhoff n legislation on environmental roblems as they affect us vorldwide, nationally, statewide md locally. She. stressed the urgency of these problems an the necessity for citizen partici pation. Her well informed talk wa one which could be heard will profit by any group Interestet in environment and what 1 happening to it. Personals Wilma Brickey of Rogers and Idelle Null of Fayetteville flew to Cleveland, Ohio and on to Auroa, Ohio to attend a four- day training In the field of beauty care, makeup analysis and sales leadership. FALL FABRICS POLAR PRINTS SOLIDS Machine wash, tumble dry, 100% cotton. Mix 'n match these coordinates for your new fall wardrobe. 44"/46"wide. 179 I YD. DISNEY CHARACTER CHECKS CHAMBRAY Permanent press Dacron polyester and cotton blends. Machine wash, tumble dry, 100% rayon flocking. 45" wide. O98 JLm YD. 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