Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 20, 1974 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, October 20, 1974
Page 10
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YTT/ or WOMEN .-2B Sun., Oct. 20, 1974 This'n That About Town .;;; By MAHY ALICE I'EAKSON If you can remember (he wonderful agony of being eighteen and in love for the first time . . . you'll fall in love again, -;., with "Hollis Jay." If you've forgotten the time of innocence and awkwardness. "Hollis Jay" will refresh your memory. ,, This is the outrageously funny play that capped a successful ir of major English universities by winning a place in the finals"of"tiie""British National Student Drama Festival. Later, d Europe under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of State, and "Where Are You Going, Hollis Jay?" the play toured 1 Z-- topped tins list by opening on Broadway. The Arkansas Union Arts Committee is proud to present -'·'"Where Are You Going, Hollis Jay?".in the dinner theatre premiere in Fayettevillc. The performance will be Sunday, Jan 26 1!)75. in the Arkansas Union Ballroom and will fea- '' ture the Alpha-Omega Flayers. A buffet dinner will be served "" from 7 to 7:30 p.m., with the performance following. Reservations must be made in advance, of course, and more information may be had by calling 575-5255 or watch later announcements. The Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association will open the concert scries at 8 o'clock Monday night in the Men's Gym with the opera "La Traviata," when the Gold.^. vosky Grand Opera Theater will be heard in the course of its fall tour. One of the most universally popular of all grand operas ""'written by Guiseppe Verdi, based on the famous Alexander Duma? piay, "La Dume aiix Camdelias," admittance is by ';!." membership and student's ID cards.. Evelyn and Dr. Paul Milam recently returned from a trip to Euro'pe. They flew from New York to London, and their "' itinerary included Paris, Geneva, Rome and Madrid. Returning, their flight left from Lisbon, Portugal. Josephine Upchurch of Scarsdale, N.Y., is the guest of ,.^r cousins, Grace and Frederica Upchurch. Siie came with the Paul Littles who are guests of Florence and Joe Upchurch -- Mrs. Little is Joe's sister. Tickets are now available for the two performances of Tchaikovsky's Christmas ballet "The Nutcracker," to be presented at the Little Rock Convention Center Music Hall on Dec. 12-13. The performances will feature the Little Rock Ballet of The Arkansas Arts Center, the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and a dancing cast of more than 200. performers f r o m Central Arkansas and surrounding area. ·- Evening performances will begin at 8:15. Orders can be ;made in person or by mail to the Central Ticket Office, Five Main Place, Little Rock 72201. Brid MRS. GARRY CATHCART . . . was Miss Robin Rasberry before her marriage in Fort Smith Kappa Kappa Gamma Alum Club Entertains Pi Beta Phi Club he Kappa Kappa Gamma Alum-' nae Club entertained the Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club last week in the home of Mrs. Boh J. Martin, 1055 Bonnie Lane. Fifty alumnae members were present for the dessert which was held to celebrate the duo M o n in o u t h occasion. Both Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi Beta Phi were founded at Mon- moulh College In Monmouth, Illinois. Mrs. William A p p l e t o n assisted Mrs. Martin as co-hostess, and Mrs. Walter Richards and Mrs. Don Fitzgerald served punch, coffee, and ice cream cake. Following refreshments, Mrs. Guests of Evangeline Foldvary and her son, Ron, are her brother and sister-in-law, Paul and Irrie Roberts of Ardmore. Okla. While here they observed his 75lh birthday and just before coming, the couple noted their Golden Wedding anniversary. Kay Killgore. daughter of the Ken Killgores of Fayetteville, is a sophomore this year at Missouri College in Marshall. Majoring in Human Relations, she is vice presdent of Phi Etts, vice president 'of Dorm Council and secretary of Special Events Committee. Dorothy Ann Wilkes, daughter of Mary Lillian and Wray Wilkes, is on the Agnes Scott College Honor Roll for her academic work during the 1973-74 session. This announcement was made at the annual Honors Day Convocation Oct. 9, at the woman's liberal arts college in suburban Atlanta, where she is a junior. Patty and Peter Estes Jr., have a son, their second child, who arrived Thursday and they have named him Peter Gay Estes III. Needless to say, daughter and s i s t e r , Amy, is thrilled with her new brother and happy grandparents a r e Louise and Pete Estes. itephen Swayze, Kappa alum- lae president, welcomed Pi Phis and asked that each soror- ty tell something about how it was founded. Mrs. Ken Prentiss ;ave an interesting resume of early Pi Phi days, and Mrs. Graham Catlett entertained the *roup with some amusing facts and anecdotes about the Kappa founders in the 1900's. hac anc Christmas bazaar of hand-crafted items n , Church The sanctuary of Norlhsiilc Baptist Churcli in Fort Smith was the scene for the marriage of Miss Robin Ilasberry and Garry .Ciilhcart on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Peggy Hasberry of Fort Smith and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Calhract of Fayctteville. The Rev. Tom Fan-is performed the double ring ceremony before the altar which held seven-branched candelabra and baskets of pink, yellow and blue gladioli with greenery. Mrs: Jeanie Williams, organist, presented a program of nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Dan Mayfield, soloist. Tlie bride wore a foi-mnl- longth wedding govyn of crepe designed with a high rounded neckline, a fitted bodice with an empire waistline and long full sleeves. Her veil of illusion was chapel-length, and she carried a crescent bouquet of white gladioli. Miss Cathy Raberry, sister of the bride, was maid of honor nd Larry Cathcart. brother of ic bridegroom, was best man. Javid Hollingsworlh of Fayette- ille was usher. A reception was held at 'the :hurch immediately following he ceremony. Miss Janet Cathcart, Mrs. Monty Nuckolls and Afterwards, the Kappa their monthly meeting made plans for which be Dec. 7 at the Kappa house. The next monthly K a p p i alumnae meeting will be Nov 13. 7 p.m., in the home of Mrs Donald Stanton. MR. AND MRS. GARY DENNIS EDWARDS Vlrs. Geraldine 'Wpmack assisted in serving the tiered wedding cake topped with a gold cross ·\nd encircling rings. The guest ook was attended by Miss Cindy Nuckolls. For travel, the bride wore a navy blue pantsuit trimmed in red. After a short honeymoon in Eureka Springs, the newlyweds are at home at Carlson Terrace in Fayetlcville. Household Hint Try warming baby's bottle in your electric coffee percolator. The deep water surrounds the bottle and heats is quickly and evenly . . . after their marriage at the Church of Christ in Springdale ^ Robinson Avenue pillow Lengthen Blankets When sheet blankets are loo Vnufc Fvrhannote short ' lcn e the " them b ^ sewing V O W b LXUIdliyClJror, a strip at the top from Abboit-Waldrip Couple Weds On Saturday, Oct. 5 at T o'clock in the even at Robinson Avenue Church of Christ, Miss Kalhy Ann Madding became the bride ol Gary Dcntn Edwards in a candlelight ceremony. Parents of the couple arc Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Madding of Ontario, Calif., and Mr. and came the bride of Gary Dennis Mrs. Haskcll E. Jackson of Springdale. Jack Gray, minister of the church, officiatco at the double ring ceremony. Recorded wedding music by the Harding College A Cnpclln chorus was presented by Jim Ulmer. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore an a-lin« gown with high neck, fitted bodice and long fitted sleeves. The skirt was of de-lustered satin. The ruffled chapel train was trimmed-with lace that matched her chapel veil attached to a 'Juliet cap. Mrs. Jan Strickland of Alta Loma. Calif., sister of ihe bride, was matron of honor, Miss Cathy McConnell of Spnngda.p and iMss' Karen Keller of Weiner were bridesmaids. They wore' identical long dresses of royal blue velvet. Miss Rcnee Wallace and Miss Michclc Edwards, cousins of the bride «cre flower girls and wore.light blue velvet dresses. Dannv Edwards, another cousin of the ' Haskcll' Jackson man, r « n Ha-rp « » EmmeU of Springdale and ush- were Randy Jackson, S1LOAM SPRINGS -- Miss Pearl Waldrip became the bride of Eddie Abbott in a ceremony at 8 o'clock in the evening in the Waldrip home recently with friends 'and present. family memers The Rev. Lonnie Nelson read the marriage vows. Following the' ceremony, a reception was held in the Wald discarded muslin or percale sheet. This give sthe e x t r a length you need and looks better when you fold it back ovar blankets. You can use matching or contrasting ^colors of muslin or percale. 1970 rip home. The couple will reside Win »'.«"'"" g th have attend- here where Abbott has thelHigti'School. Bom Arkansas . Abbott Egg Ranch. ·"* ^ University 01 ^ James Lambeth, University of Arkansas architecture professor, was in Houston recently as a visiting critic at the · University of Houston. His wife, Joyce, accompanied him on the trip that included a talk at the University of Texas in Arlington. He was also interviewed, during his stay, by the Fort Worth Daily Star. Louise Shawhan of Springdale recently participated in Stephens College University Without Walls Common Seminar on the Stephens campus in Columbia, Mo. The program offers men and women an opportunity to work toward a B.A. degree from Stephens while continuing to live a n d work in their own communities. Bahais of Fayctteville and the Bahai Club members of the University of Arkansas attended the state convention of the Bahais ol Arkansas to elect delegates to the national convention held annually in Wilmette, 111. Allan Ward and Albert Porter were named delegates with Gladys Livermore of Rogers, Beulah Magruder and Art Hatley of Little Rock as alternates. Those attending were Helen and Leslie Nott, the Alan Martins, Gary Fast. Linda Grim, Bonnie Pollack, Cindy Gilbert, Anne Gordon, Cindy Martin and Peggy Martin. Half Price Bedspreads 3 Styles By Kenneth Orig. $60 Full Size Orig. ?80 Dual Size 39.99 MARTHA'S VINEYARD--Rows of delicate flowers and wide floral border. Screen printed design on cotton chintz. Machine quilted. 100% cotton with 100% KodeMS polyester filling. Gold, rustic or lilac. CAROLINA Floral bouciuet on natural background. 100% cotton, fully quilted with 100% Kotlclffi polyester Fiberfill. Throw style in gold, red or blue. DEGAS--Large Mediterranean type throw spread. Mohair type fabric with velvet trim. Red or Nutria. Fully quitted. Draperies--DILLARD'S--First Floor Wamsutta's "Fern" No-Iron Sheet Sale Orig. 4.49 Twin Size 3 Orig. 5.49 Full . . . . 1.29 Orig. 4.4D pr. Cases .... 3.23 New from Wamsutta, exotic sprays of fern on colorful backgrounds of green or brown. 50% cotton and 50% lor- trclB polyester. Over 130 threads per square inch. Soft, smooth, no-iron sheets. First time offered at this new low price! Add beauty and luxury to your bedroom at a savings. Linens--DILLARD'S--First Floor Lees Sun King Shag 100% Nylon Carpet Orig. 12.99 (fcW) Sq. Yd. -2f ..,. Smash savings! Thick .nylon shag tweed--the most popular look in the carpet world today! Two yarn thicknesses lend a smart unusual texture that will stay looking great for years Resilient underfoot due to the dense, compact construction. 100% nylon in 12 ft. widths. 20 beautiful high style decorator colors. Carpets--DILLARD'S--First Floor Engagement Announced Mr, ami Mrs. Billy Dale Thomas of Prairie Grove announce (lie engagement a 11 (I apjirnaching marriage of (heir (laughter, Dalccn, to Maiiry Hill, son of Mrs. Tilda Hill anil (ho laic Blain Hill of Fay- ellevillc. The wedding is planned for 8 p.m. on Nov. 22 at Little Elm ISaplisi Church in Farrminglon. All friends and re In lives are invited (o adend. $4 If Perfect Cannon Towels Save On Twin Cotton Spreads Orig. 6.99 Thermal or Smooth Blanket Orig. 5.99 Standard Pillows The perfect spread for nearly any bedroom. .. "Raf/ia" in crisp, easy care lOO^ cotton. B e a u t i f u l shades of olive, bittersweet, larkspur, honey and sand. 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