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October 14, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Golfers Receive Awards At -the trophy luncheon last week for members of the Women's Golf Association at ·Fayetteville Country Club, Mrs. Allan Gilbert was elected president- to serve next year. Mrs. Mary Olive Jackson was named vice president, Mrs. George Roller, secretary; Mrs. Olive Eckman, treasurer; Mrs. N a n c y Huppert, handicap chairman; Mrs. Herbert Lewis Jr., and Mrs.. David McNair, tournament co-chairmen; Mrs. Paul Young, telephone chairman; Mrs. Frances Bronson, hospitality chairman; and Mrs. Henry .Tuck. Mrs. Huppert and . Mrs. G. C. Thomas, nominating committee members. Championship and medalist awards for the three-day medal · play went to Mrs. W. J. Butt, Mrs. Huppert was runnerup and Mrs. Jackson low net. In the first flight, Mrs. Carl Rose was winner with Mrs. McNair runnerup and Mrs. Billy Bryan low net. Women Theme Of Meeting Business and professional women of the N o r t h w e s t District of Arkansas held their annual fall conference in Fayelteville at the Holiday Inn. Olhclia Paul, district director, presided. The Fayetteville club was hostess , with Barbara In the club's four-ball tournament winners were Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. McNair with Mrs. James L. Smith and Mrs. Bob Boston winning second · place. In the second flight, Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Gerald Hudson were winners and Mrs. Allen Reynolds and Mrs. Young were runnersup. .There was a three-way tie for champion in the ringer chart, Mrs. Gwenn Elwell, Mrs. Huppert and Mrs. Butt. In the first flight, Mrs. Jackson was winner, Mrs. Bryan won second place and in the nine hole ringer, the winner was Mrs. Mitchell and Doris Cook servin as co-chairmen. The theme of the conference was "women helping women." M a y o r Russell Purdy welcomed the delegates to Fayctleville, a n d Lorene Raymond, F a y e t t-e v 111 e president, added a special welcome from the Fayetteville club. Vaniece H i n e s l e y , Mountain Home club president, responded; Maxine Jennings, Harrison club president, led the c o l l e c t ; Kathy Dickerson,. Beaver Lake club president, led the pledge of allegiance to the American flag; and , Rena W a l t e r s , state president, brought greetings from the state federation. Ginger Parker of Fayetteville, convener of the N o r t h w e s t Arkansas E R A coalition explained the objectives of the coalition and stressed the importance of all groups working together with united effort to get ERA ratified in Arkansas in 1975. During the Saturday after: noon session, Pat Taylor of S p r i n g d a l e conducted a workshop on "A Women's Place in the World." Vaniece Hinesley s p o k e on "The Woman Prisoner." and Fayetteville Cooper Residence Scene Of Party To Honor Miss Binkley MISS WALTERS .. .state president speaks to Business and Pro/ess ional Women Clubs wiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiranijniniiiiBuiiMiiiiiiiitiiiniiiiiiia Announcements Miss Cindy Binklcy of Walnut Ridge who will be married to Clay Cooper of Fayetteville on Dec. 27 was honored Sunday afternoon when her fiance's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Joel A. Cooper entertained at the Cooper home at 325 Highland. For the occasion Miss Binklcy wore a white knit dress with brown accents designed with a V neckline and long sleeves. Her accessories were in brown and at her shoulder was pinned a corsage of pink carnations tied with green satin ribbons. Receiving with Miss Binkley was her mother. Mrs. Dcmpsey Binkley of Walnut Ridge who was attired in a blue knit dress with a V neckline and shirt-like ,collar. Mrs. Cooper wore a tailored paetel gold polyester dress accented at the throat Northwest Arkansas Retired Officers will meet at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Downtown · Motor Lodge. Dr. John W. Vinzant will speak on a "heart to heart lowers used throughout the larty rooms created a gala atmosphere. The refreshment (able was covered in white with m overlay of white organza vith a full gathered flounce and appointed in silver and crystal ts central adornment was a ilver tureen containing pink c a r n a t i o n s , white chrysan- hemums and baby's breath. Serving coffee and spiced tea were Mrs. Ron Clark and Mrs larold Spencer. Mrs. Lee Catc and Mrs. William Sistrunk lerved cake. Living room hostesses wer,e ilrs. Viola Jackman, Mrs Morris Maxwell and Mrs. Joe Crumpler. In the dining room courtesies were extended bj Mrs. Hugh Higginbotham, Mrs club m e m b e r s , Carol Wallace Wester. M o s t improved in the championship flight was Mrs. Mary flight, Schlegel, in the firet Mrs. Gilbert, in ' the second flight. Mrs. Bryan, and tn nine hole, Mrs. W. B. Dohoney. Mrs. Butt, in the championship flight, got the most pars for the year, Mrs. Jackson in the first flight and Mrs. Bryan in the second flight and Mrs. Wester had the most bogeys in the nine hole flight. Mrs. Huppert had the most birdies in the chami Youi .,, Mrs. Bryan in the second flight. Mrs. Butt was eagle champion. Twenty-six women golfers were present. The l a s t meeting of the season for memners of the Northwest Arkansas Women Golfers Association will be held at 10 a.m. Oct. 31, at Burns Gables. McLemore, Adair Whatley and Glenda Bruce, presented a skit entitled, "Sex Bias in Books." Door prizes, provided by area clubs a n d F a y e t t e v i l l e businessmen, were distributed Dy Doris Cook, Mary Miller and Sharon Batie. A tour of the University of A r k a n s a s included a planetarium demonstration, "How to Watch a Flying Saucer," by Dr. Paul Sharrah assisted by Ernest Godfrey. Rena Walters, state president, was the banquet speaker. Her subject was "A Woman Must Know Herself." Entertainment was provided by clubs from Mountain. Home, , ·Spfirigdale, R o g e r s , Lakevievv and Harrison. At the Sunday morning breakfast, the following officers Telephone Pioneers Ozark Life Member Club is sponsoring a defensive driver's course to-be conducted by Stale Trooper Fred Rose at 9' a.m until 4:30 Springdale A r m o r y , provided. with a tangerine scarf. · A"s guests arrived they were greeted by Mrs. Paul Cooper, sister-in-law of the prospective bridegroom, and Mrs. Darrell Spriggs. They invited guests to sign the guest book which was placed on a table near the door and presided over by Miss Nancy Binkley of Walnut Ridge sister of the honoree. A picture of the bridal couple in a gold frame was also on the table Guests used a white plumed pen in an antique gold holder to register. Mixed bouquets of late garden p.m. Friday at National Guard Coffee will be Alfrusa Club Meets For Lunch The Razorback Room at )ownlown Motor Lodge was the iccne of the meeting of Altrusa 21ub on Thursday when Miss )evon Rails, introduced by the rogram chairman, Mrs. Mariyn Bell, spoke on her experience last summer in Brazil. She worked with the Ambulance Held Service and stayed with a Brazilian family. Plans were made for the Christmas sale of greenery anc fruit cakes, an annual project. The president, Mrs. Virginia Cammack, presided, and stressed that an effort is being made to have all members attend. J i m . B o b Wheeler, Mearle McKinney and Mrs Mrs Thad Rowden. Assisting in tin family room were Mrs. Kennet! Stewart and Mrs. Mary Cot terman. Mrs. Paul Schultz pinned pinl corsages on members of th house party ,the hostesses an assistant hostesses. Guests who called belwee the appointed hours of 2 to o'clock included members United Methodis well as special North tw at AifcattuaB Monday, October 14, 1974 ·',' 3 swaaniiniM^ Steam Sausage Links Household Hint Add a small quantity of water tape w r a p p e d h e a d of -your prevent 'the C e n t r a l Church as friends of the hridal couple and their parents. he championship flight, Mrs. ing in the first flight and Law Wives will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Room M418 of the Arkansas Union. All law students and wives are invited to attend. were elected, Ida M o u n t a i n Home, d i r e c t o r ; Springdate, Lou vice Kissel], district Stamper, director; The annual fall luncheon of the Panama Canal Society, of Northwest Arkansas will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, at Town and Country Motel- Restaurant in Rogers. For f u r t h e r Information a n d reservations persons may call Mrs. Jessie Newhard, 273-3384, or Bruce Sanders 273-3879 -no later than Thursday. :, iiipiiimiiiiiiiiii^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight VFW and Auxiliary, VFW Hall, 6 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Business and Professional Women's Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1, FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Education Wives, Mrs. Bill Waltman, 7:30 p.m. Four Seasons Garden Club, Mrs. Sheila Croxton, 7:30 p.m. Zeta Tau Alpha Mother's Club, Mrs. Gordon Long, 7:30 p.m. NWA Insurance Women, First National Bank, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. La Leche League, Mrs. Melanee King, 8 p.m. Gem Club Sees Mexican Slides Bonnie Deason, Rogers, secret ary; Ldrerie Raymond, Fayetteville, member of state nominating, committee; aud. Letha Brogdon, Springdale, alternate. Next year's conference will be held in Mountain Home. Iris Garden Club will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday for a covered dish picnic at the home of Mrs. Curtis Crouch with husbands of members, as guests. Mrs. M. 0. Ramey and Mrs. T. E. Shelton will 'be co- hostesses. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-way radio b electronic* V. College 1M 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 44I-4ZM City Parking Lot ID Rear The Ozarks Gem and Mineral Club held its regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the city library. Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Skip) Roy showed slides taken on a recent eight-month expedition i n t o Mexico with the Association of Mexican Cave Studies from Austin, Texas. ; Interiors of caves and many · slides of interesting Mayan ', mins were shown. A field trip ~ for members and guests . is :. being planned for the Leslie area on November 3. Handy Help It's ghost and goblin time again, and you'll want to keep your trick-or-lreaters safe and sound.. Decorate their costumes with iron-on light reflective tape that can easily be seen in the dark. Do not allow your children to wear face masks that block their vision; and caution them to walk on the sidewalks, not in the streets. Household Hint If you turn your rug or rearrange the furniture in yor home, you may find that heavy lened the nap of the rug. To pieces of furniture have flattened area with a moist piece rtf chamois cloth. The cloth should be folded several times md left on the rug overnight. A Lovelier You Scarves are a wonderful way to wrap up your end-of-the-year wardrobe. According to fashion designers, long scarves will be winding themselves around the jackets, sweaters, and coats this year. : Various versions of the muffler will he available. Some will^rje 'fringed; some will he hemmed. Some will be made of wboly fabrics, silky prints, or fluid jerseys. But aU will be long and lovely. Glaze Chops, Pears GLAZE CHOPS, PEARS Spoon cranberry sauce over browned pork chops. Cover and 'bake at 350 degrees 30 minutes. Arrange sliced fresh pears over pork chops. Bake 30 minutes longer, basting occasionally with cranberry glaze. Serve with steamed rice and a green vegetable. Tuesday Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kile,; 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Engineering Faculty Wives Club Coffee, Mrs. I. C. Jnog, 10 a.m.-12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Salvation Army Advisory Board, 17 West Rock, 12 noon Retired Federal Employes, First National Bank, Springdale, 1:30 p.m. Current Books Group of AAUW, Mrs. R. J. Brightwell, 1:30 Use Liquid Cleanser More and more women are using liquid cleansers" for their skin because they like the fluidity and the spreadability of a liquid product. They are called the most effective products for dissolving and removing make- u p without irritating or abrading sensitive facial skin. Because they a r e non-drying, liquid cleansers do not rob the skin of its natural oils. p.m. American Red Cross, Chapter House ,4 p.m. Delta Gamma Alumnae, Chapter House, 5:30 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m: Official Study Course for Legal Secretaries, Room 239, Graduate Education Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop IB), St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. University-City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Junior Civic League, Mrs. W. C. Morton, 7:30 p.m. Chess Club, Arkansas Union, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Household Hint To help mothproof your closet*, wipe the closet floors with a cloth that has been wrung out in a turpentine and water solution. Use the same cloth to mop the floor just outside the closet door. Keep Windows Clean A home does not seem bright and cheery unless its window areas are sparkling clean. Windows are important, focal points in any room, so keep your window panes, shades, curtains and draperies in excellent condition. Household Hint To clean soiled candles, wipe the wax surfaces with a cloth dampened with alcohol. ShoeWTree Tom Hendricks ··»· Bill Cannon -- Evelyn Hill* Shopping Center -Walk Naturally In Earth Shoes JCPenney Sizes 5/2 to 9 Med The Shoe Tree bat just received their shipment of th* New and Popular EARTH SHOE. So get back to the land in "Earth" Shoes. They'll take you the're in comfort by supporting arches and promoting good posture. T Remember -- At the Shoe Tree wo specialize % in Quality Shoes at Moderate Prices -- with I friendly and relaxed service. JCPemey Pixy · ..* portraits are enough to make anyone smile. Tucs., Wed., Fri., Sot. 9 a.m.-l p.m. and 2-5 p.m. Thursday 11 a.m.-S p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Only for a 5 x 7 or 4 wallet sizes of same pose in natural color. · No appointment necessary. Come in. ·' · Age limit: children to 12 years old. · Choice of poses from as many as 4 or 5, · Two children together... only 2.9B. · Ho hidden charges. · Mail orders: j jst slightly more. If, you have a second or third favorite , pose, lake them, too. At these special prices, in either size. Your second selection ----..1.69 Your third selection 1.65 Your fourth selection in --i- Your fifth selection .....-.-- after you place link sausage in marking of upholstery t a n k s while recovering furniture. until links are deep brown. Junior Sophisticate Classic elegance is this doublebreasted wool coat by Domino. It features fur collar and cuffs and fabric tie belt. In camel or rust. Sizes .5-13. JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR Take your choice of at C-B fashionable pant coats Coats that will take you anywhere. Left: Wool plush wrap With fur collar and cuffs in rust or camel. Right: Double breasted pea coat of wool melton in red or hunter green. $69.98 \\ BETTER COATS Second Floor

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