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October 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Ready For Book Fair are available at' the school or may he purchased from Mrs. Frank Siccardl, 44Z-5606, or Mrs. Bruce Armstrong, 5215043. (TIMESpholo by Chuck Cunningham) Medical Assistants Have Style Showing Washington County. Medical Assistants met recently at the M c 11 r o y Bank Hospitality Room. ; After R covered dish supper, a style show of the latest uniform fashions was presented. Kathy Phillips served as moderator and models were C o n n i e Maxwell, Mildred H e g r e , Nancy McGamcy, M a r s h a Holland, Mona Jackstom and Patsy Fallin. Jim Phillips and Tommy Dana Lashley, Mrs. Morriss Henry, Kip Browne and Laurie Renfrow display books which parents and children may purchase and donate to Root School Library at the school's annual Book Fair. A spaghetti supper will be held in conjunction with the fair, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria on Friday. Tickets for the supper $fatfhtu?Bt Arkansas u'mca · Thursday, October 17, 1974 Archaeological Program On Alaska Presented Sunday ,:j The October meeting of '^Northwest Arkansas Archaeological Society was held'in the Hospitality Koom of Carroll Electric Cooperative in Berryville Sunday. The program chairman, Robert Hild, introduced the speaker, Dr. Allan McCartney, instructor in an- range thropology and archaeology at the University of Arkansas. Dr. McaCrtney described h i s participation in 1968 and 1969 trips t o ' t h e northern p a r t _ o f Hudson Bay to;,, investigate Thule Eskimo archaeology. His talk was'accompanied by slides of maps sho.wing site locations, ground surface appearance, remnants of house structures, and artifacts. Burial cairns made of rocks yielded skeletons and artifacts. Items found included baleen knives, wooden dolls, ivory figurines, fish lures, small beads, gaming pieces and tcggles. The Nov. 10 meeting of the society will be at 2 p.m.,in the room above the Hill arc Dale Restaurant at Bella Vista and Dr. Martha Riningson survey archaeologist lor North west Arkansas, will speak on the Ferguson Site in Southwest Arkansas. Decorated Tables To Be Featured At Bella Vista A special program for a combined meeting of Redbud and Dogwood Chapters of Bella Vista Garden: Club is planned for Wednesday, Oct. 23, in Riordan Hall. Mrs. C. A. Bilbo of Tulsa, Okla., will 'be guest speaker. Her program w i 11 include decorated tables, tables for two and fully set tables. They will Garden .Club Hears Goodwin Maple Hills Garden Club held its October ' meeting last Thursday, at the home of Mrs. A. I. Graves. Mrs. E, L. Tompkins was assistant hostess. Coffee was served from the dining table covered w i t h a green cloth with a self-colqre luce border. The silver service was accented with a candelabra and bowl arrangement of deep red dahlias and pink and red snapdragons from the Graves garden. Guests included Mrs. Mary from casual to semiformal. Mrs. Bilbo is a master judge and instructor for the National Council of'state garden clubs, civic leader, and student of both Oriental and Occidental lower arrangement. She has ectured and demonstrated before varied groups. Hosmer. Mrs. David Westendorl and Mrs. E. Gintpnio ol Fayetteville and Mrs. Paul Re herds of Ardmore, Okla. Mrs. Subrata Lahiri, presi dent, presided at the briel business session. The program, "fall flower arrangements," was presentee by Dwain Goodwin, w h o demonstrated the desirability o harvest colors in home decora tions. Using a basket as foundation, he created a decora live piece using large gok chrysanthemums, oak. leaves green tomatoes and artificia asparagus. A straw wreath ribbon trimmed, with a spra 3f wheat and tiny red apples became a conversation piece as well as a doorway decor ation. The club members wer invited to the annual Holida The program will start at 1:30 Other special guests w i l l Delude Mrs. Hosea Gipson, state president, and Miss Zula 3one of Joneshoro, Mrs. T. E. Juhman of Fayetteville, Mrs. E. Upton, Northwest. Arkansas director and Mrs. Jackie Wallace of Dardanelle. LOSE UGLY FAT «art losing w«lghi today or ' MONEY BACK. MONADEX \9 a tiny tablet that will help nurb your desire for excess food. Eat 1 ess-we i gh less- Contal ns no dangerous drugs and will not matte you nervous. No strenuous exercise. Change your life . . , start today. MONADEX costs J-3.00 for a 20 day supply and S5.00 for twice the amount. Lose ugly [at or your money «ill t e retun de rj wilri rjuestlons ashed by; QUAKER DRUG STORE 22 E. Center Mail Orders Filled 2nd ANNUAL ANTIQUES SHOW SALE OCTOBER_1_8-19-20_ 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. 1o 6 p.m. Sunday Junior Miss Contestants Christine Gray of Greenland and Cynthia Massie of Springdale, left-right, top and Sylvia Jones and Rebecca Griffith, of West Fork, left-right, bottom, are among the contestants entering the district Junior Miss Pageant to be held at 8 p.m. Friday at Cen- tral Junior High School Fieldhouse in Springriale. The top ten talent \vinners : will, appear Saturday evening at the same place when the ^final choice will be announced. The pageant is sponsored by Gamma Alpha Chapter of Epsi- Ion Sigma Alpha. Miss Scott To Present Recital 'Christine Scott, soprano, will present a voice recital Sunday, Oct. 20, at 3 p.m., in the san ctuary of Central Missionary Baptist Church, North Gregg Street, Fayelteville. Miss Scott, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Scott o Blue Eye, Mo., is a senioi elementary education major a the University of Arkansas. Shi is a member of Schoia Can tprum and has sung in produc lions of the University's Opera Workshop, as well as studyini voice with Elaine Geneel am Elizabeth Howick. Miss Scott will sing n group of Italian songs, three olc English selections, an aria b; Mozart and a group of Germa and French works. She wi conclude,her program with fou contemporary songs in-English Her accompanists will b Barbara Browning . of Bento and Rita Knight Savage Gould and Fayetteville. .-A. reception will be htld i the church fellowship roor ollowing the recital. The publi wited 4-H Week Noted By Jaycettes the In honor of National Week, guest speaker at meeting of the Fayelteville Jay- cettes was Mrs. Nina Coffee of h e W a s h i n g t o n County Cooperative Extension Service. VIrs. Coffee explained the purpose of 4-H and the 'benefits a young person may gain from p a r t i c i p a t i o n in the 4-H jrogram. The meeting was held Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Carl Gabbard. Mrs. Mike Jared was appointed chairman of the "Every Shild in '74" immunization project. Since October has been designated Immunization Month 4-H in Arkansas, Jaycettes will jontact- licensed-, day care centers - and homes in Fayet- .eville and distributs in o r m a t i o n concerning the program. Literature will en Open-House at Ray's Flowers club workshop Nov. 2 and 3. On Nov. 14 a will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Vorsanger ii preparation for the Christina: tour of homes on Dec. 5. :ourage and remind parents to ake children to clinics lor immunization. It will also emphasize the special hours vhich have been arranged to B e n e f i t working parenL .hroughout the month of Oc .ober. ' -· · Mrs. Carl Gabbard reported on the Mall Open Market Profits form the market wil used for funding the Viet n a m e s e child which th Jaycetles adopted six month ago. Members were .encouraged t attend the November Jayce board meeting which will b held in Harrison on October'25 27. . · · · Mrs. William Lee served refreshments.- Mrs. N e l s o n Johnson won the door prize. olland modeled new lab cuat ylos for men. During' the business session nominating committee was ppmoinlcd by the president Attce Bradshaw, to select «l-^ appointed for the coming year. Serving on this committee will be Betty Vodjdani, Susie Allen^ and Marilyn Ward. Appointed:' to serve on the Christmas party; committee were Aundra Spears,; Patsy Fallin and Sharon: Stokcnbei-ry. - \ r .niiiiniiiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiii ..... n ..... liiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events 'onight H-" Chis* , 7 P , Parents Without Partners, Mcllroy Bank, 7 p.m. ; ; Economic Opportunity Agency, Office 7:30 P-" 1 Engineering Wives Club, Ozark Hos P» a X* ^r Baldwin Commandery . No. 4, Kmghls Templar, Temple, 7:30 pirn. : . ·· ,, , ,, . _ . ' Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library, 7 :3fl p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. Sigma Alpha Iota, Mrs. Gall Croxton, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour a-wiy radio headquarter! M etectmda ·*«» U9 520 N. CoH«CT ' . «3-2B2 Far Your Prweription N««d« So* Us QUAKER DRUG KB. Center -44Z-4ZU City Parkin* Lot In-ReH Friday : '".* Republican. Women's Club Antique Show and Sale, National Guard Armory, 10 a.m. to 9 p:m. Morning Musicale, Mrs. Cyrus Sutherland, 10 a.m. Boston Mountain and Rogers Chapter of Illinois Club, Spring.' dale Holiday Inn, 11:30 a.m. Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. William Meldrum, 1 : 30 p.m.../ Spaghetti Supper and Book Fair, Root School, 5-7 p.m. NWA Retired Officers, Downtown Motor Lodge, 6:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous--Women, Ozark Guidance Center, T p.m. 5ra Jntt flursmg JJomt Can ·~TM //tie Concept Jfa flu 3100 Missouri Road Fayetteville, Arkansas 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. Perhaps unknown to many is the fact that the Arkansas Social Services may provide financial assistance for nursing home care where required. 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