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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 15, 1974
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Jfartfiurrnt ArhattBaa W ./or OMEN Announcements Chapter K, PEO, will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Clifford Moyer, 1605 Sunrise Mountain Road. Co-hostesses will bo Mrs. Fred Kcrr and Mrs. Harold Dulan. Engineering Wives Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in he Hospitality Room of Ozarks ilectric. Fred Harris will Kyle's Boy Ranch. speak on Tuesday, Od. 15, 1974 innnm UARKETTES .: .Cynthia Johnson and Kenneth Ballenger, director, front row; Mark Scobey, Rosa Hale and Scott Doss, second row; Lee Olsen, Nikki Gahr, JohniElklns, Jan Boneau, Paula Reno, Terry Patterson and Witt Russell, third row; Mike Rice, Pam Herriman, Margaret Carlisle and , Charles Allen, fourth row; Mary Spencer, Mark Brockmann and Pam Jones, fifth row; and Brad Barder, Karen Kitchens, Charlie Brown, David Brewer, Rick Blackwood and Margie Austin, top row Party Honors Miss Sagely Miss Marita Gwen Sagely, whose engagement to Timothy Mark Stanley of Pine Bluff has been announced, was guest of honor last week at u bridal shower given by Miss Cindy Benton and Miss Vicki Hutchison at the home of Miss Benton in Farmington. T h e bride-elect's chosen colors of maroon and white were carried out in floral arrangements and she and her mother, Mrs. Alfred Sagely, received corsages of roses in her colors. Mrs. J.B. Benton presided at the refreshment table. Guests were close friends of the bride elect. Uarkettes Open Fall Engagements At Banquet Tonight Rave reviews in the European press preceded the University of Arkansas Uarkettes upon their return to the United States after a three-week tour of the Continent in July and August. The successful tour- marks the second by · the entertainment group within the p a s t three years. Under the direction of UA Professor of Music Kenneth Ballenger, the Uarketles will open their fall singing engagements with a concert tonight -at the Fayetteville Holiday Inn for the Kiwanis Club's Ladier Night Banquet. Dismissal Of Suit Sought By Group FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP)' -Independent Living, Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps the mentally retarded return to normal community living, has asked that a suit against it be dismissed. The suit filed by 24 Forl Smith residents asks that thi organization be prevented fron p l a c i n g mentally retardet adults into an apartment Fort Smith. The plaintiffs contend tha .the retarded adults will affec the health, welfare, peace an dignity of the neighborhood. The corporation contends tha the plaintiffs a r c required t sign affadavits to the etfec that statements in the suit ar true, to the best of their know edge. The corporation says thi was not done. The corporation's motion to dismissal was filed with the Se bastian County Chancery Cour Arrest Expected HF.BER SPRINGS, Ark (AP) -- An - arrest was e: pected soon in the shoo tin death of Walter D. Mooneyha 43, of Concord, Sheriff DeLon Wright of Cleburne County sai Monday. Wright said Mooneyhan wa shot to death early Monday the front yard of his home. Ai thorities said the shooting a parently followed a distnrbani Sunday night at the residence. Of the present group, 15 were nong those who made the iropean trip this past sum- cr. Nine of the members are wcomers to the prestigious oup, having won a place by mpeling in tryouts early in eptember. The academic year 1974 arks tile r jeginnmg of the cond decade for the Uark- les, who have earned the title " "Internationally renowned nging ambassadors from the n i v e r s i t y o f ·Arkansas." oaring applause followed each " the concerts in Europe and ,e various news media were reviews of It was not lusual to read about "the ex- ellently schooled, free-singing oices that kept the tone rich id blended even in the extre- lely high register," or to read bout "Professor Ballenger's racious in their ach performance. pure, faultless i reeling the young, vital ingers ound." Also scheduled for October re two m o r e appearances aturday, Oct. 19, the Uarkettes «ll sing at the Arkansas Union ballroom on the Fayetteville ampus before a 10-State Con^ lave of Airstream Owners. On 'uesday, Oct. 22, they will give return concert at the Riordan Center at Bella Vista. On Saturday, Nov. 2. the en- ertainers will go to Little Rock vhere they will sing before the of Wedding Date Noted ·Mr. and Mrs. Joe Upchurch and Dr. and Mrs. Jim Stice of Austin/ Tex., entertained with a reception Sunday afternoon at the Upchurch residence on Prospect to observe the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fenner Stice, parents of Mrs. Upchurch and ~)r. Stice. Gold and yellow autumn flowers in profusion, gifts from friends, decorated t h e living aom. The refreshment table in the dining room was covered with a lace cloth and held an arrangement of gold chrysanthemums. Serving were Mrs. Roy Adams, Mrs. Hayden Mcll- roy Sr., Mrs. William E. Hodnett and Mrs. Donald Trunibo Sr. Further assisting were Misses Fenner, Nancy and Melissa Upchurch, Miss Susan Stice and Clayton Stice. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Slice-and their daughter, Mrs. Ed Lumpkin of Kirkwood, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Little and M i s s. Josephine Upchurch of Scarsdale, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCartney of Fort Smith. [IMBTflll Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Blevin of Springdale, a daughter, Oct Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E Booth of Bentonville, a daugh ter, Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L Grubbs of Fayetteville, a son Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram I Johnson Jr., of Springdale, daughter, Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Ta ley of Winslow, a daughter, Oc 'Mr. and Mrs. Vernon fl Ta ver of Fayetteville, a son, Oc Mr. and Mrs. Larry Garrett of Farmington, daughter, Oct. S. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Osborne of Fayetteville, daughter, Oct. 9. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Pete son of Springdale, a son, Oc Mr. and Mrs. Ford Mclnto Jr., of Springdale, a daughte Oct. 10. Musical Program Scheduled At Siloarrt Springs SILOAM SPRINGS -- The )und Generation, John Brown niversity's n a t i o n a l l y ac Outlook Club will muet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. H. R. Rosen in Bentonville. Mrs. Claude Faulkner will review, "The Search," by Sarah Newton Carroll. Chapter S, PEO, will meet at 1 p.m., Thursday in the home of Mrs. Loyce Hathcock, 909 Hall. Mrs. E. W. Fetter and Mrs. George Hunsberger will be co-hoslesses. Named To Board LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Randall Manns of Pine Bluff wai appointed Monday by Gov^ Dale Bumpers to the Arkansas Alcohol Abuse Advisory Council. Manus, who represent the Department of Corrections, succeeds Jim Chudleigh of Little Rock, who resigned. Chapter BH, PEO, will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Herman Napier, 855 Penbroke. Mrs. Allen Reynolds will give the program. musical group, will a full concert on the aimed resent impus of JBU on Thursday, ct. 17, at 7:30 p.m. The con- ert will be held on the lawn etween the Physical Education ulding and the Mabce Univer- ty Center. Those wishing to t on the lawn may want to ring blankets or lawn chairs, large number of folding lairs will also be provided. The concert will c o v e r the ull range of the Sound Genera- on's musical program. Musial numbers from their recent ummer tour and several new umbers incorporated into the 'all '74 show will be performed, "he ill ormed at fairs, conventions, ivic clubs, and shopping malls, .nd the second half of the oncert will include music used in their sacred concerts. The public is invited, and here will 'be no admission charged for the concert. In case of rain, the concert will be held n the Activities Building on the campus. The annual meeting of the Washington County F a r m Bureau will be held at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 24. This will be a potluck dinner and all Farm Bureau members are invited to attend. There will be a joint meeting and musicale of'the Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota with the college chapter, Sigma Omicron, at 8 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Gail Croxton, 2309 June- way Terrace. first half of the program consist of numbers per- The Boston Mountain Chapter of the Illinois Club will have a joint meeting and luncheon with the Rogers Chapter at 11:30 a.m. Friday at the Holiday Inn in Springdale. All former residents of Illinois are invited to attend. The Rev. siHiiiniitiiimiiiiiiTMiiiiitiiimniiiiiiraiiiiiiniBiiiiiniii Personals Mr. and Mrs. Larry D a l e Eubanks of Memphis, Tenn., announce the birth of a son. Demeter Club Makes Flowers Members of Demeter Garden Club met last week in the home of Mrs. F. D. Miner with Mrs. Justin Morris and Mrs. Tom Goodwin as co-hostesses. F o 11 o w i n g the business meeting, a workshop was held to make burlap flowers with Mrs. Troy Hendricks demonstrating the technique. The November meeting \yill feature a workshop on dried flower arrangements at the home of Mrs. P.M. Meade. Jeremy David, on Oct. 11. Mrs. Mamie Routh, Route 1, Fayetteville is in Corning, Calif., attending the funeral of her granddaughter who was killed recently in a car accident. The child was the daughter of Mrs. Betty Routh Martin of Corning, Calif. 0-State Zone Institute lotary International .at the Camelot Inn. The Uarkettes' schedule is a ull one. emphasizing this year's community concerts i n d national conventions throughout Arkansas; Missouri ind Texas. Members of the group are Karen Kitchens, Charles Allen and Mark Brockmann, all of Fayetteville; Pam Herriman md Will Russell, both of Springdale; Mary Spencer and John Elkins. both of El Dorado; Scott Doss and Mark Scobey, Doth of Warren; Nikki Gahr and Brad Barber, both of St. James, Mo.; Margie Austin of Mountain Home; Margaret Carlisle of Jackson, Miss.; Paula Reno of Canton, Texas; Rosa Hale of Brinkley; Pam Jones of Tulsa, Okla.; Cynthia Johnson of Little Rock; Terry Patterson of Fort Houston, Texas; Rick Blackwood of Star City; Lee Olsen of Conway; David Brewer of West Fork; Mike Rice of Watson; and Jan Boneau of Washington, Mo. Approximately 150 guests called between the hours v of 3 until 5 o'clock. Morning Musicale To Meet On Friday AI Sutherland Residence North Arkansas Symphony Society's Morning Musicale will be held Friday. Oct. 18, at the home of Mrs. Cyrus Sutherland, Haskell Heights. Mrs. Lester C. Howick will be co-hostess. E l a i n e Cencel, mezzo soprano, assistant professor of voice, accompanied by Dale Millen, assistant professor of piano, at the University of Arkansas will by Mahler, S t r a u s s jiiiiiitiiraiiMiiiM^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 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 1M, 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. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. present selections Brahms. Wagner, and Saint-Saens beginning at 10 a.m. Members who would like to bring guests are asked to contact Mrs. Heydon Lewis, 4428143, or persons who are not members and would like to attend may also call Mrs. Lewis. SMITH'S ' Communication 2-Way Radio Toar 2-way radio headquarters tt electronics ftaea UZt 520 H. Collose 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs Sea Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear 2nd ANNUAL ANTIQUES SHOW SALE OCTOBER_l_8-]9-20_ Fayetteville, Ark. National Guard Armory (near Airport) Hwy. 71 S. 22 Antique Dealers from 10 States Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday TO a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday A Show of Elegance The dramatic Flemish Bombs: Cabinet shown here comes from our masterful Ef Cetera collection by Drexel. A leemingly endless selection of designs, periods,, woods ant) finishes. You'rs sure to gel the feeling that each piece was custom- built for you alone.··..·end who's fa toy that it wasnt"? FURNtTURE-Setond Floor Open Monday and Thursday Nights 'tH 8i30 Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. AAUW Global Interdependence Group, Mrs. Robert L. Reed, 10 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Outlook Club, Mrs. H. B. Rosen, Bentonville, 1:30 p.m. "The Hero As Artist, UA Library, 4:30 p.m. Iris Garden Club, Mrs. Curtis Crouch, 6 p.m. Ducks Unlimited Banquet, Elks Lodge, Happy Hour, 6 p.m. Dinner 7 ; 30 p.m. Law Wives Club, Arkansas Union, 7 p.m. · Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. 3tttt w'V /{la Concept J/n Tfnribiy *JJome Cart 3100 Missouri Road Fayettevi I le, Arka n sas 72701 Phone 521-4353 Northwest Arkansas' newest and finest nursing home is now accepting residents. We offer facilities for retired, convalescent or intermediate nursing care residents. Our staff is dedicated and well qualified to meet the physical, spiritual and social needs of each senior citizen. 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