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In a rtinivile rinn ceremony iO o'clock in the morniiii! tui'd.-iy, Oct. 26. Miss Peggy ; in Sloan iK'ciimo llio Ijricle liielmrrt Al;ni Krictsclic. The lc is (he ilmiglilcr of Dr. ;l Mrs. Cl;iy Sloiin of Hot t son of Mr. :m| Mrs. Bernd FriclsclK! ot Kort Smith, J'lic Hev. Leo Ricchnucllcr nd llic vows at SI. Joseph's tholic Church in Faycllcvillc. Miss Peggy Sloan fs Bride The bride was escorted to the iiUiu 1 anil given in marriage by her father. Miss Dona Sloan, sisler or the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Mcliiida Frletsche, the bridegroom's sister, was -bridesmaid. T h e bridegroom's father served ills son as best man, Mike Slanlon was groomsman, Tom Erman and David Boerncr were ushers, and Mike and Andre Sloan, brothers of the bride, were mass servers. A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Sloan, 1807 Viewpoint in Fayetteville, followed the ceremony. The bride Is a graduate of the University ot Arkansas where she received a BA degree in Zoology. The oride- groom also received a degree in Zoology at the University and is presently working on a master's degree. After a short trip, the couple will reside in Kayetteville. The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs.- Edward Antosicwic* of Hot Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sloan of Jones boro. MRS. RICHARD ALAN FEIETSCHE ...was Miss Peggy Jean Sloan until tier Saturday morning marriage Beta Sigma Phi To Have Ritual For New Pledges Gamma Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently in the home of Mrs. Judy Gore. Mrs. J a n e 11 e Haney, president opened the meeting by leading the members in the opening litnai. Mrs. Haney, a reprcsen tative of - the northwest Arkan s a s E R A coalition, addressee the members and guests on "The - E R A -- what it wil and will not do." Following the program Mrs. Haney answerec questions on what laws woulc and would not be affected under the equal rights amendment. Guests for (he evening were Mrs. Nancy Harris. Miss Pegg Coyne, and Mrs. Carol Falks. The- chapter's next meeting will be at the home of Mrs Neila Gilbreath at which time the pledge ritual will be helc for new pledges Mrs. Falks and Mrs. Harris. Tip For Meringue To avoid having -a meringut fall, add 14 teaspoon of baking powder to the meringue whil you are beating the 'egg whites Awards Banquet Scheduled For Winners In Area Riding Clubs The Association of Northwest .rkansas Riding Club will have ;s seventh annual awards nan- iuct at the Town and Country Motel (lining room in Rogers Nov. 16. Dinner will be ci'vcd at 7 p.m. followed hy \\e election of officers for 1975 nd the presentation of awards o the grand and reserve hampion winners in each of 7 different classes. Winners have been determined by earning points in the 2 open horse shows which were icld last summer in which a otal of 3,078 horses were hown. Grand champion winners for !ach class are Brenda Harmon, 1974 stallions; Loyd Piter. 1973 stallions; L.W. Harris, 1972 stallions; Joe Howell. aged stallions; Sammie Evans, 1974 unnamed filly; 1973 mares, J.O \lctcalf; 1972 mares, Clyde Wilson, aged mares, Summit Evans; aged geldings, Marlhf Harris; gaitcd junior stallions Renelda Forga; gaited aged mares, Don Cloc; gailes junio: geldings, Renelda Forga; ant gaited aged geldings, Archil Pangle; . Junior gaitcd pleasure, Leslii Phillips; senior gaited pleasure Archie Pangle; junior fo Irotter, Jim F. Reed; senior fo* trotter, Willis Sizcmore; junio: walking horse, Renelda Forga senior walking horse, Archil Pangle; S e n i o r western pleasure Sammie Evans; senior reining Susan Armstrong; senior trai class, Sammie Evans; scnio. pole bending. James E. Harris, senior barrel race, Suzy John son; Youth showmanship, Marj Harris; junior showmanship Stephen Harris; youth equila tion, Kathie Moore; junioi western pleasure, Terry Met calf; junior reining, Jim Gabert junior trail class, M a r y H a r r i s ; 12 x 12 poll bending, C l i n t Copeland youth pole bending, Pan Harris; junior pole bending Stephen Harris; 12 x 12 barre race. Clint Copeland; 12 x 1 NortnwÂ»Â»f Arkansai TIMES, Sun., Oct. 27, 1974 Â· FAYETTEVILUE, ARKANSAS 3B Sorority To Trick-Treat equitation, Mary Harris; youth larrcl race, Kalhic Moore; am u n i o r barrel race, Stephen larris. Two high point awards will e given, one to a senior mein- er and one to a junior incm- /ur. The senior high point iward will be given to Ellen Smith and her horse, Nosey, and the j u n i o r award to Mary larris and her horse Miss Cop- pertwist. Sportsmanship awards will be rescntect to a senior and junior member as well as the presi- lenl's horsemanship award. All persons wishing to attend be awards banquet arc asked ,o contract (heir club's dirccto Â· or call Boo FiUhugh at 521-7788. Delia Chi chapter of Beta Sigma I'hi met in t h e home of Mrs. Ray Sigg Tuesday evening. The meeting Â· was called to order by the president. Mrs. Doug Ktovall, and the opening ritual was repeated by all members present. A lengthy business meeting was held, d u r i n g which it was decided chapter members, in costume, would go "trick or t r e a t i n g " for the thcrmography machine on Saturday, Oct. 26, prior to their planned Halloween Party. The Halloween Party will 'oe held in Summers, with Mr. and Mrs.- John Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sigg as co-hosts. Also discussed Daily Calendar of Events Today Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion H u t , 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters 1* riectronlca Â·Ince 1333 530 N. College 4J3-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-1246 City Parking Lot In Rear Monday Recycling Cenler, West Street, A 1 ! Day Every Day Play-Learn Drop-in Nursery, First Baptist Church, Monday (hrough Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon Community Adult Cente, Â· Hillcrest Towers, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. "Grandeur and Obedience," UA Library, 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Evening Lions Club, WyaU's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Cenier, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 7 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Evening Lions Ladies, Mrs. Bryce Davis, 7 : 30 p.m. Mllllllfflllffll!lÂ»ll!i' Â· I l i l l l i l l f i i l l l l l II' v ! " i""ll!' was til ie hcl( neetin lismiss cpeafi Cues eluded Mrs. K Coffee, A si told f lostess Susie 1 ert, ilr-s. Refrcs Jt I I ' s Christmas auction to 10 held at the regular chapter nceting tin Dec. 3. The meeting lismisscd with all members Â·enroling the closing ritual. s for ' t h e evening in- Mrs. Alice Jefferson. Kulhy' Abbiatti. Mrs. Nina offee, and Mrs. Peggy Coyne. A surprise baby shower was for Mrs. Linda Hill. Co- for the evening were: Susie Tcntiet. Mrs. Aricnc Lam- following the meeting. Delta CM chapter Sigma Phi will hold meeting on Nov. 5. and Mrs. Linda Connie Williams, Sifig. Mrs. were s e r v e d Beta next Tosty Sandwich Spread Make a tasty sandwich spread by blending one-hall 1 pmmtl blue cheese with an eight-ounce package of cream cheese. Add just enough cream for spreading consistency. Season with a few drops of Worcestershire sauce. AA/Z TO /- AIL. W A- f'v/ JAY6 \jdllKT /$ 7W foil ^/ ' Miss Taylor Engaged Tim engagement of Miss Cheryl Taylor and Joe George of Gooilonan, Mo., is announced liy her mother, Mrs. Val- cra Taylor of Prairie Grove. The bride-elect graduated from the University ol Arkansas in 1970 and is an art instructor at Goodman Junior High School and her fiance is ranch manager of Warn Acres in Goodman. Monday Is Ladies' Day Open Monday at 9:00 AM. The ladies An Running The Store The ladies are going all out to make it the biggest day of the Harvest Sale. Come, shop our "Ladies' Day" specials and save through-s OUt the Store. a n d Kaye Peterson, assistant store manager.. Standing, left to Tlsht, Nancy Boss, general mer- JL TU* n^,. 1 chandtae manager, Karen Strain, credit manager T IIM Day and Waynatt. Scolt, alei promotion manager. Plans January Wedding Mrs. Ruby Kirk of Fayclfe- ville announces t h e engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter! Susan Jancllc, to Gary Franlilin A t h n, son of Air. and Mrs. James h'. Alba, alsii of Fayetteville. Both Miss Kirk and her fiance are students at the University of Arkansas. 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