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(TIMESphoto by Chuck Cunningham) AT MORNING MUSICALS . . .Campbell-Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, Dale Milieu, Mrs. Charles E. Bishop and Miss Elaine Cancel , Morning Musicale Hears Miss Cencel The home of Mrsi Cyrus Sutherland, was the scene of the Morning Musicale of North Arkansas Symphony Society gn Friday. Mrs. Lester Howick was co-hostess. Miss Elaine Cencel, mezzo soprano, assistant' professor of voice, accompanied by Dale Millen, piano, assistant professor of piano, of Ihe University of Arkansas faculty, presented the program. Selections heard we-re "Amour! viens aider ma SainlS a ens; Geheim Sie Kalten," R. Strauss; ."Von ewiger L i e g e , " Brahms; "Traume." Wagner; and selections by Mahler. Guests w e r e Dr. Campbell Johnson, the orchestra's new condulctor, and Mrs. Johnson, Miss Elizabelh Ellis. . Mrs. Charles E. Bishop, Mrs. Joy Pratt Markham, Mrs. Victor Watts, Mrs. Roy Rom, Mrs. O. E. Foldvary, Mrs. Louise Bonner, Mrs. Heydon Lewis, p r e s i d e n t of the Socie*^ - . . i ,. . Â· Â· TI_ tt,;i EXTENSION Homemakers Clubs COMB'S CHAPEL Mrs. James W. Bryant was hostess at the clubhouse.to 11 members. Mrs. Hugh Jetfus became a member. Mrs. Alma Potts read a poem, and Mrs. Tryon Lewis gave an inspirational talk, "The Heavens Declare the Glory of God." Committee reports were icard and plans were made to have a bazaar at the November meeting. Irvin Hutchins was in charge ot the program " J faiblesse!" by "Wie Sollten wir t y L a i r d Archer, ma C. Sacks, Mrs. A u b r e y Harvey, Mrs. Stephen .Gates, Roy Nastasi, vice president; and Mrs. Robert Leflar, who presided at the coffee service. Opal Hart, Mrs. Essie Weir and Mrs. Pauline Paul. Roll call was answered with ideas on improving cake mixes. Mrs. Nelson presented the program, a first aid quiz. The next meeting will be held Nov. 7 at the club house. Harpist To Be Heard When the University-North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra presents its first concert of the season Wednesday evening. Oct. 23, at the Arkansas Union Ball' room of the University of Arkansas, harpist Barbara Lusk will be heard as the newest member of the ensemble. Mrs. Lusk is the wife of Randy Lusk, band director or t h e Siloam Springs High School Band, and is studying harp at the University along with six other new harp students. The concert, which is open to the public without charge, will begin at 8 p.m. with the "Overture to Fidelio" by Beethoven. The second number on the program, Bach's "Brandenburg Concerto No. 5," will feature Richard Fuphs, the University's new professor of violin and concertmaster of the symphony, and two other faculty members, department chairman Roger Widder as flutist, and Professor William Gant, as harpsichordist, playing the new Kingston harpsichord. A contrabassoon will be heard for the first lime in these c o n c e r t s played by Ed Draughon of Fayetleville in selections from the ballet suite, "Romeo and Juliet," by Proko- fiev, which completes the first i^ TTT/ 01 WOMEN 6 Â· Monday, October 21, 1974 utniiiiiniHiniiiiwiiynmiuiiiiiiniiiiiniiiuiuiiiiiiuiniiiuniiiiiinBiiiifli iniiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiHiMinuiin Penny Saver Do not discard old stretch or laced boots which sag. Cut them off between the calf and ankle and use them as short boots to wear under pants. First Visitor ,f LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -The first white men to visit Arkansas belonged to a Spanish' expedition commanded by Hernando de Solo. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight "Protest and Communication," UA Library, 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. "La Traviata," Community Concert, Men s Gym, 8 p.m. BARBARA LUSK . . .newest member oj University-North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, will be heard in the first concert oj the season and spoke 'on adding "gourmet touches" to commercial cake mixes. She illustrated her talk wilh two cakes which were served with the noon luncheon. Mrs. Stanley Potts gave a demonstration on how lo trim and control weeds and grasses in borders and hard to reach areas. The next meeting is scheduled for Nov. 13 with Mrs. A.J. Meinert as hostess. MOUNT COMFORT Mrs. Geneva Nelson and Mrs. Helen Smith were hostesses to Dr Wil- ten members when the group met at the clubhouse on Thursday. Devotions were given by Mrs. Miss BAPTIST FORD Lynn Martin, R.N., at- Twenty members and a guest, tended the meeting at the clubhouse with Mrs. Ava Terhune, Mrs. Seymour Foster and Mrs. Gertrude Morkrid as hoslesses. Mrs. Dorothy Carleton. vice p r e s i d e n t , conducted t h e meeting, Mrs. Arline Daugherty gave the eye-opener, and Mrs. A.W. Beverly the devotions. Miss Martin presented the program on breast cancer. Mrs. Foster announced a Tupperware party for the Nov. 8 club meeting and persons having damaged ware are asked to half of the program. Following intermission the orchestra will play the Second Symphony . of Tschaikowsky, one ot the mas- :(-r's great, melodic works, in its original, full orchestration. The public is invited to attend :he reception inlvoducin'g the orchestra's new conductor, Dr. Campbell Johnson, 'and Concertmaster Richard Fuchs. The reception will .be held in a nearby room of the Union building. The Arkansas Union is located on Garland Street near Dickson, with several parking locations in adjacent or nearby bring to the meeting. Woman's Word By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here are some quotable quotes from women during the week: "It was sort of a fluke type of kidnaping anyway, and I get the choice ot going back there or somewhere else. Biit I love the country and there are many things 1 still plan to do there." American diplomat Barbara Hutchison, arriving in the United States after she was held captive by kidnapers in the Dominican Republic. "I think that's a tragedy, and it's hurt the country and I think people are more cynical and skeptical about politicians and politics." Julie Nixon Eisenhower, who said Watergate had mushroomed" out of proportion to' what it really was, speaking on a Philadelphia television show. "I'm not going to say any. more -- whatever damage lias been done is enough." Mrs. Annabel Battistella, involved in a traffic incident in Washington Mrs. Conner ^Hostess To Sorority Members of Preceptor Zeta ot Beta Si'gma Phi met in the home of Mrs. Farrell Conner at 381 Williams Drive Thursday night, Oct. 17. The program opened with the sorority's opening ritual. Mrs. Frank Cumbie, president, led a lengthy business Mrs. Jack Bogan, Proceeds will be used to help pay for the new roof on the clubhouse. Mrs. Millicent Kust displayed a selection of new cards, including Christmas cards and calendars the club sells. Mrs. Greer and Mrs. Daugh- crty will be hostess at the next meeting at 11:30 a.m., Nov. 8, at the club house. A covered dish luncheon will-be served. Ten ELKiNS members answered roll call at the Community Church and Mrs. Fanny Carrigan gave the invocation. M r s . Bradford Gorham Miss Henson Honored At Bridal Shower Thirty 'guests' attended miscellaneous bridal shower Tuesday night in the home o Mrs. Clyde Selle, honoring Miss Virgie Henson, bride-elect o Bob White. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Roy Olivera and Mrs Lawrence Evnns. The bride's table was coveret with a cutwork linen clot! centered with a*, fall arrange nent of bronze and gold mum n an antique cutglass bow flanked by green candles. The gift table was coverec with a white linen cloth. The hostesses served refresh ments. meeiing. chairman of the social committee, told of compleled plans Cot the members' third party of the fall season, a dance at St. Joseph's Recreational Hall on Saturday, Oct. 19. Special guests for the party were members of chapters the four other Fayetteville. ESP Mrs. with Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, backing up the congressman's version of what happened. "Wilbur Mills is up to his knees in sour milk." Judy Petty, who is running against Rep. Mills for his congressional seat in Arkansas, referring to illegal campaign contributions Mills received from dairy groups, "Divorce is the only game in which everybody can turn out to he a loser." Dr. Sonya Kiel- F r i e d m a n , a psychologist, s p e a k i n g about counseling people with marital problems. Exine Page discussed ways and means projects. An interesting program on newspapers and magazines was prepared by Mrs. Arnold Flottman and presented, in her absence, by Mrs. Cumbie and Mrs. Conner. On display were a number of old newspapers, books and Cavern Event (AP) - An ST ANTON, Mo. annual fall event at Meramec Caverns here is a Festival of Gospel Songs, featuring some of the top gospel singing groups in the country. In charge of the arrangements is Family. Community gospel singing also held during the event. magazines, representing each decade of the 19th Century. Mrs. Harry Johnson, who recently ' returned to Fayetteville to make her home, brought a ledger that had been kept before the turn of the century by her maternal grandfather, Ben Ramcy, and later used by her grandmother, Mrs. Lavini RKmey as a scrapbook. Among the enclosed clippings were many historical facts about the Ramey and Roberts families. Following the program, Mrs. Ab Bidwell, co-hostess, assisted in serving a sweet course and coffee. A boutiuet of specimen dahlias in assorted colors was placed on the refreshment Uible, a gift from the Arnold Flottman garden. reported on the trip made by .he clubs lo Blaneliard Springs tavern. She and Mrs. Sherman Robbins also toured the Arts and Crafts Village at Mt. View. Mrs. Trilby Leach talked on soap making, including lye soap bars which modern homemakers find an effective spot remover for all washables. Mrs. Gorham passed homemade bon bons for all to sample and gave her recipe. The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m., Nov. 13, at Elkins Community Church and will feature a white elephant auction sale. YOUNG HOMEMAKERS There were seven members present for the October meeting held in the home of Mrs. Louise Coker. Mrs. Marlene Venema was co-hostess. A lesson in "Dubs Bridge" was presented. The next meeting Miss Sagely Honore With Bridal Shower The home of Mrs. Jame Brooks in Farmington was th scene of a bridal shower la_ week when Miss Letitia Brook and Miss Lynn Lewis compl mcnted Miss Marita Sagel bride-elect of Timothy Mar Stanley of Pine Bluff. Carrying out the colors of the bride elect, flower arrange- j ments were in maroon and' white and Miss Sagely and Mrs. Alfred Sagely, her mother, r e c e i v e d corsages in 'these colors. Mrs. Marie Sylvester assisted in opening gifts. innui Announcements Marion Chapter, Daughters of he American Revolution, will neet at 1:35 p.m. Thursday in home of Mrs. C. G. Melton, 18 Ila. Assistant hostesses will Mrs. Mrs. 'loyd Phillips. Cyrus Suther- and, professor ot architecture t the University of Arkansas, .'ill speak on "historical homes f Fayetteville," and Mrs. Mwin Ahem will .present a esolution from the Continental Congress' e Mrs. L.L. Browne, iarold A. Dulan and meet at .the Kappa Kappa lamrna House at 7 p.m. Thursday. Mothers of sorority members, both past and present, are, invited lo attend. Plans for the present school year will be discussed and coffee served. Further information may be obtained by catling Mrs. Barbara Swayze, 521-G410. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Your 2-way radto headquarters tÂ» Â«fectronlet itno* lit* 531 N. Cotlejce 413-2393 T For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG n E. Center -- 4424248 City Parking Lot In Reir iesrtay The annual meeting of the rarmington Cemetery Associa- ion'will be held at 7:30 p.m. 'Uesday at the Farmington City Hall. DAV and Auxiliary, Chapter .6, will meet at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday in the American Legion Hut n " Springdale. Â· Congressman Tohn Paul Hammerschmidt wil speak and all veterans ; nvited to attend. Kappa Mother's Club wil 'Miss Moffat' Closes PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The musical "Miss Moffat," delayed several times before :!s opening here two weeks ago. has closed because aclress Bette Davis has suffered a recurrence of the back and leg problems that slowed rehearsals. The show at the Shubert Theater had eight more days to run. The theater had considered using an understudy to -Miss Davis, but decided lo cancel the show because -"people wanted to see Miss Davis," a the- ,aler spokesman said Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9 : 30 a.m. Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Chi Omega Alumnae, Mrs. Bob McKinney, 1:30 p.m. Washington County Retired Teachers Association, First National Bank, Springdale, 2 p.m. Modern Literature Club, Mrs. Herbert Fowler, 3 p,m. Planning Commission^ City Hall, 4 p.m. Â· Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m; Â· Welcome Wagon Club, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 8 p.m. ' . ' . . . - Â· Â· Â· Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Fayetteville School Board, School Administration Building, 7 n. , Â· Â· Official Study Course for Legal Secretaries, Room 239, UA Education Building, 7 p.m. '. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7,p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. DAV and Auxiliary, Springdale Legion Hut, 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. League of Women Voters, Genie Donovan, 8 p.m. p.m. November 11 in the Mrs. Billy Tucker. will be home of Elhel Mayes EXPERT WATCH REPAIR S W I F T S CRAFT CELLAR Art and Craft Supplies CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE Ideas - Demonstrations 9 N. Block --443-3161 Save 25%! 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