Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 16, 1974
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Garden Club Plans For Home Tour I inilDllllllUIIH^ f* .. /-.I . f t Sorority Chapters Hear 2 Programs And Plan Events Colonial Garden Club held Its October meeting in the home of Mrs. W. G. Chamblee with Mrs. John Huddleston co- hostess. During the informal social period preceding the meeting, 15 members-and a guest, Mrs. Carol Wright, were served coffee and finger foods as they arrived. from a table, spread with a . handmade beige, lace cloth. Ail, arrangement of,Bronze chrysantcmums and miniature marigolds^ arranged in 'a char- truese container surrounded by scattered maple leaves formed the centerpiece. Mrs. W. A. Guinn presided . at t h e silver service. Mrs. Wright, Ozark Regional l i b r a r i a n presented t h e program, bringing a cross section of new books available at the library stressing consumer information. Plans for the .club's part i c i p a t i o n in the annual Christmas tour j of. home's:were discussed. The club will de'colate the : ' 'residence'''of Mrs! Jack Burge on Adams Street for-the event.- · or MEN Wednesday, Ot. 16, 1974 JUNIOR MISS CONTESTANTS ... .Sandy Yales, Selma Dyer, and Terrl Glenn, left-right 'top-row, -and 'Julie Forshee, Susan Talley and Sherri Bradley, left-right, bottom row of Fayetteville High School Plans For Pageant Set ; High school juniors and seniors of Fayetleville, Greenland, West Fork and .Springdale will be participating in the district Junior Miss Pageant to toe held F r i d a y and Saturday in ! Springdale. Pictured above arc con' testanls from Fayetteville High ' School. Another contestant, Becky Powers, appeared in an ' earlier issue oE the TIMES. ; Because of the number ol · contestants entering the Nor; thwest Arkansas Pageant, the preliminary judging and talent ' contest will be held at 8 p.m ' Friday^ at Central Junior Fielc ! House in Springdale and is open to the public. The top ten talent winners will appear at the 17th arihiia d i s t r i c t .pageant. .Saturday ; evening at the same place. ' Mrs. Deane Walker is districi . director and the pageant is sponsored by Gamma Alpha .Chapter of Epsilon Sigma ! Alpha. Announcements Chapter AT, PEO, will mee at 1:30 p.m., Thursday in. the home of Mrs. J. F. Hyland Mrs. Lyndell Pennington will b co-hostess and Mrs. Hyland will present the program. Iota Chapter of Kappa Kapp Iota will meet at 7 p.m ' Thursday in the home of Mis Ma sine Chism. Twentieth Century Club wil .meet at 1:30 p.m. Friday I - t h e home of Mrs. Willinn Meldrum, 1442 Crestwpod. 1 Mrs Carl Malone will review "Th 1 Columbia History of the Worl ·Part I," by John A. Garrat Mildred Lee Chapter Will Be Hostess To State Convention Mrs. Charles E. Brewer was ipstess to the. October meeting T Mildred Lee Chapter, United daughters of the Confederacy. Irs. Lee Searhstcr was . co- ostess to the 16 members ·resent. The president, Mrs. L. L. Browne Jr., told of prospective nembcrs and presented a re- .uest from the Arkansas division Convention of Unitec Daughters of the Confederacy meeting in Texarkana that the H 'ayetteville Chapter be hostess o the convention in -1975. The group voted ' to grant the request. The program was presented )y Miss Virginia Tidball, who old of several young soldiers vho served with outstanding gallantry in the War Betweer .he States and died in thi service. Among these were the Arkansas Confederate hero David Owen Dodd, .who,, in :the .radition of Nathan Hale wa langed in Little Rock, and a Jnion boy, Johnnie Ring, win by his courage and religion: devotion changed his alheis captain, Russell H. Conwell into one. of the grcales American preachers in the 19th century. nmiiiiiiii Personals - Mrs. . Irene Morrow h; returned from Fort W o r t h Tex., where she was called b the death of her son-in-law, I. Lamar Lewis. and Peter Gay. Welcome Wagon Club meet in K-Mart parking ,lot a 9 a.m. Frictoy to go to the Wa Eagle Arts and Crafts Shew Persons wishing a ride may ca Laurie Stroh, 521-2135, an those attending are asked I bring a sack lunch. Golden rod Club Hears Program Mrs. Franz Allebach en- ertained members of the oldenrod Club last week in the Hospitality Room at SWEPCOi Mrs. H. C. Palmer w a s co- lostess and decorations and efreshments carried out the Halloween theme. Seventeen nembers and two guests, Mrs. gy Rails and Mrs. R. D. Manning, were present. Mrs. Manning, second vice ^resident of the Arkansas State 'ederaton of Women's Club, H'cscnted the program on the vqrk and plans of the federation for the coming year. The h e m e for the genera "ederatiqn is. "Sea to Shining Sea--Unity," and the theme for .he Arkansas Federation Women's Club follows the gen ?ral federation theme, "In the Land of Opportunity--Unity." Mrs. Florence 1 Gregory gai'i devotions^ /md Mrs. Howari [jiles reported on the f a i bootli. It was announced tha :he"' Extension Homemake Council will meet at 10 a.m 3ct. 24 ' at Ozarks Electrii Hospitality Room. The November meeting of thi club will be held at the homi of Mrs. Ewing Shelton with Mrs Nell Brown as co-hostess. Students. Penned WINDSOR, England (AP) -The upper-class scholars o Eton, Britain's most exelusiv school, are more interested in whisky and shooting pool tha in learning, says The Eto Chronicle, . the school magazine An unsigned article in th current issue bemoaned tha the college library has had in stalled a pool table and a cole television set. It said student of the college that has produce many of Britain's political, mi itary and business leaders no' suffer ~from apathy, sterilit and "a cabbage-like nonch lance." Scout Troop Participates In Camporee Delta Chi chapter of Beta Srg- ma Pht met at the home ot Mrs. Larry Crane last week; Mrs. Doug Stovall, president; presided at the meeting and led members in the opening ritual. ' Special guests were Mrs. William Krauterblutli, Mrs. Step- lien Sway/e, Mrs. Jim Thorp, Mrs. Wyalt Pedigo, a n d Mrs, Larry McDaniel. Mrs. John Williams was elected Valentine Queen. She will represent Delta Chi in the International Valentine beauty contest. The winners will be announced in Feb ruary. Mrs. Ray Srgg gave the program on poise is charming. A group discussion was held followed by a brief outline on how to develop self confidence. A social hour followed with pie, coffee, and cakes served. The next meeting will be held Oct. 23 at the home of Mrs Sigg. _ Gamma Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met last week in the home of Mrs. Regina Gabel Mrs. Janelle Haney, president ed members in the opening rl- ual and conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Gabel presented he program entitled "poise'.is iharming." · ;;: Handmade articles for 'the chapter's Christmas Bazaar were shown by each member with each telling the materijlj used and the item required jo nake the article. The bazaar vill be held Saturday, Dec. 10^ at City Library and the publidis nvited to attend. Mrs. KalKy Logue, city council representa* live, reported that the preferen,- lial- tea will be held Sunday, Nov. 10. Mrs. Gabel was ap; pointed the new city council al; Iprnate. Social chairman. Mr^. Jena Bertus, announced that the monthly social will he 1 "a costume Halloween party oil Oct. 25 at the h o m e of Mrs. Haney. ; y: During the social hour, while Mrs. Gabel served refrestt menls, members worked on items to he offered for sale'at the bazaar. Guests for the even : ing- were Mrs. Carol Falks, Mrs. Betty Little and Mrs; Peggy. Coyne. TM ^^ Daily Calendar of Events | Tonight £ "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 V : 30 p.m. ~ Law Wives Club, Arkansas Union, 7 p.m. -Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. ;;, Scout Troop 104, sponsored by ' i g g i n s Memorial United lethodist Church, participated i the Westark Area Council fall amporee at Devils Den State ark. Senior patrol leader, immy Keen; patrol leader, cott Morgan, and Scouts, harles Dodson, Ralph Elvins nd Steve Main attended a ampfire program conducted by ohn Green;;' park 'superin- endent, cm-Friday evening, and n Saturday morning the troop articipated in a council project 0 correct an erosion problem n the park for which they re- eived a commemorative arm latch. Troop 104 meets each Monday wening at 7 o'clock at the burch located at 205 W. Sixth Street and boys ages 11 to 18 nterested in Scouting may visit 1 troop meeting or call Scoutmaster Tom Morgan, 521, for more information. To Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Grady Collins of Fayetteville will observe their Golden Wedding anniversary Salurday, Oct. 19, Slate Officers Attend Meeting The fall board meeting of the Fort Smith District of the Ar k.a n s a s Federation of Women's Clubs was held last Friday at Bowen's Restaurant. Of the 17 clubs in the district, 14 clubs were represented. Fayetteville's Gbtdenrod Club had eight members present, the largest tation. present. single Forty club represeii- women were Mrs. Slaven Talks To Secretaries And Shows Slides Twenty-three members of the Fayetteville Association of Educational Secretaries met Thursday afternoon at the school administration building. A program was presented by Mrs. Joe Slaven, consisting oE slides taken in Bolivia and Peru last spring when the couple visited the Santa. Cruz-Cooperative School in Santa Cruz,-Bolivia. Slaven went as a consultant in'education and Mrs. Slaven gave volunteer assistance in record keeping to the school. A short business meeting followed and preparations were discussed for the National Association of Educational Secretaries Convention to be held in Fayetteville next July. Mrs. Slaven was given.hono- rary membership in recdgniton oE her service to the Association. She was an active- secretary in the Fayetteville schools for more than ten years and is a past president of the association, i The next meeting will January. The meeting opened with the pledge of allegiance by Mrs John I. Moose of Siloam Springs with the district president, Mrs W. B- Ruble of Siloam Springs presiding. The theme was "better inter-club relations am communication-- unity." Mrs Thomas D. Wynne, Jr., o Fordyce, state president, spoke Other state officers' attending were Mrs. John D. Woodyarc of Mountain Home, first vice VALUABLE COUPON on famous CHILLI MAN CHILLIS! president; and Mrs. R. D Manning of Prairie Grove second vice president. The year's project is Boyland with a reception from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m., at Central Assembly of G o d Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. They w e r e married in Dunlap, Tenn., Oct. 13, 1924. They arc t h e parents of four children, Mrs. Jo Cook o[ Tullahoma, Tenn., IVfrs. Sue Kent ol Houston, Tex., T. J. Collins of Smyrna, Ga., and Harold Collins of Springdale. They have 14 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Your 2-wav ladto headquarters b efcrtronlca tlace Ufl S33 N. College 443-Z22S Thursday - Farmer's Market, Old Post For Your Prescription Need? See Us ir QUAKER DRUG: K E. Center -- 44Z-4Z48 £ City Parking Lot In Retr £ *--$· Office Square, 7 a.m. £; 2nd ANNUAL ANTIQUES SHOW SALE OCTOBERJI8-19-20_ 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 10 a.m. fa 6 p.m. Sunday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. ttt} noon ~£ Fall Fashion Show and Coffee, Country Club, 9:30 a.m. p 11:30 a.m. ' ri Chapter BH, PEO, Mrs! Herman Napier, 9:30 a.m. '2: Illinois Club, Wyatt's, 11:30 a.m. ~ AUrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Weight Watchers, Gaff Building, 1 p.m. Chapter K, PEO, Mrs. Clifford Mover, 1 p.m. Chapter S, PEO, Mrs. Loyce Hathcock, 1 p.m. Chapter AT, PEO, Mrs. J. F, Hyland, 1 p.m. Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. United Fund, SWEPCO, 3 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Iota Conclave, Kappa Kappa Iota, Miss Maxine Chism, 7 p mi Parents Without Partners, Mcllroy Bank, 7 p.m. Economic Opportunity Agency, Office, 7:30 p.m. Engineering Wives Club, Ozark Hospitality Room, 7:30 p.nv? -Baldwin Commandery No. 4, .Knights Templar, Masoijif Tonple, 7:30 p.m. , TM Ozark Camera Club, Springdale-Library, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Mas onic Lodge No, 413,: MasonicJJall, 8 p.m. ;-. · Sigma Alpha Iota, Mrs. Gail Croxton; 8 p.m. Turn West on Hiway 170 at West Fork, Arkansas Drive Out--And Save! Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. WEST FORK WAREHOUSE MARKET We Give SH Green Stamps--Double Stamps On Wednesday GROUND BEEF CHILLI MAN CHILLI WITH MEAT AND BEANS Made from an age-old home recipe, this CHILLI MAN chilli has the rich, lively taste of real homemade chilli. 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