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October 28, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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This 'n That About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON In observing National Business Women's \Veck, last Monday through Saturday, the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs reaffirmed its position in support of ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. The proposed 27th amendment to the U.S. Constitution has now been ratified in 33 stales with five more needed to become law. Fayelteville Business and Professional Women's Club is committed to support of ERA, and Mary Burton says that the Fayelteville Club is cooperating with a number of other organizations in the Northwest Arkansas Coalition for ERA. "ERA - YES" is the slogan, throughout ten counties of this section of the state. Laney Higgins, playing golf with Mary Schlegel and Frances Butt on Thursday, using a six-iron, made a hole-in-one on the 17th green at Fayclleville Country Club and didn't even see it as she had reached down to pick up her tee. When the Uarkettcs gave a performance at Bella Vista Tuesday night, Josephine Roberts Mobberly, age 98, was an enthusiastic member of the audience. She attended the University of Arkansas and performed in an opera in 1894. After Ihe performance, she had her picture made with U.arkette director, Kenneth L. Ballenger. Sharon Hendrickson, daughter of Betty and Duane Hendrickson, who used to live here, and granddaughter of Faye and Bill Hendrickson of West Fork, was named maid of honor in the Homecoming Court at Henryetta, Okla., High School, where she is a senior and a new student, transferring from a Fort Worth High School in the fall. Cynthia and Dr. Jim Elkins of Tulsa, Okla., are the proud parents of a daughter, Jennifer Audrey, who arrived on Oct. 8. weighing 7 Ibs. and 9 ozs. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Audrey Elkins of El Dorado and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Drake of Atlanta. Ga. The great grandmother is Mrs. Carrie Morrison of Fayelteville. Rita Glover has been named to the first edition of Who's Who in Coiffure 1974-5, the hairstyling profession's leading independent registry of outstanding practitioners in the United States. Qualification for the acceptance into the prestigious encyclopedia is based on the artist's professional excellence and accomplishments. Bernice and Adrian Sanger, accompanied by Marcia Shelton, recently visited their daughter and son-in-law. Linda and Bill Shirley in North Carolina, where they saw Bill in a fight at the Air Force Base where he is stationed, hauling heavy equipment by air to Honduras. The gangers came on home and Marcia went to Maine for for a visit and to New York City to see a few shows. Veterans Hear Talk By Hammerschmidt Disabled American Vclcrnns and Auxiliary members met Tuesday night In the American Legion Hut in Sprlngdnlo. Commander Kcltli Went/, opened the meeting with n salute to the colors, and Chaplain Walle Cute led the prayer. Auxiliary president, Johnsie Dean welcomed guesls and ne\ members. Commander Wentz inlroducec the guest speaker, Rep. Joht Paul Hammerschmidt, who'dis usscrt veterans affairs, passed members of tho auxiliary. cglslntlon alion. Births and future legis- At tho next meeting, Nov. 19, ·" ' elected a n d Refreshments were served by members are asked to attend. REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Dclmer R. Matthews of Lincoln, a daughter. Oct. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Ritchie of Fayelteville, a son, Oct. 24. 1st Place Winner RHa's Hair Design Ins 11. tute has just won 1st place in the 1971 student competition. The competition, sponsored by the Ark. Hairdressers and Cosmetologist Assoc., was open to all cosmetology students in the state. Now Enrolling New Students RITA'S 1680 N. College,'Fay. (across from McDonalds) 442-5181 Dress Revue Winners C o u n t y Cotton Dress Re- viie w i n n e r s arc from left, Mrs. Keith Loftin, Mrs. R o g e r Pitts, Mrs. Lawrence Skelton and Mrs. Jack Ward. The revue w a s held Thursday in conjunction with the October meeting of the Washington County Extension Homemakers Council at the Oznrk Electric Coopcra- iivo Corporation. Mrs. J u d y Uobison narrated the fashion show and Dr. Mary E. Cotton, featured speaker talked on "Fashion Fabric Personalities." (TlMESphoto hy K e n Good) Back from a fun trip to Hawaii are Cookie and George Shelton, Ruth and Ellis Shelton and Pat and Bill Storey. Vikki Bennett, a student at International College of Fashion in Miami, a 1973 graduate of Fayetteville High School, is studying fashion t r e n d y , fashion modeling and fashion show production as a part of her education in fashion merchandising. Pat and Jim McClelland of Little Rock have a new son, born Oct. 13, whom they have named Kirk Finley -- Kirk for Jim's grandfather, the late C. K. McClelland of Fayetteville, and Finley because it was Pat's maiden name. Grandparents are Maurice and Ep McClelland of Fayetteville and Virginia and Joe Finley of St. Louis. Maurice has been down to s e e her new grandchild. Hobo Parly Held By Sorority Spring Splendor will be the theme of the spring fashion show at Fayetteville Country Club in March. Even though March is many months away, Beverly Melton, chairman, and members of the committee are hard at work planning the event. Working with Beverly are Mary Margaret Crunnp- ler, who will be in charge of decorations; Jan Collier, gifts and door prizes; Norma Kennedy, mt'nu; June Hays, narrator; Judy Brooks, programs; Carol Broyles and Carol Meldrum, reservations; models and fashions, Barbara Broyles and Cindy Johnson; and helping us with publicity will be Dorene Vorsanger. Up si Ion Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met last week in the home of Mrs. Marcelia Barroll with Mrs. Roger Stroh serving as co-hostess. Eleven members were present for the meeting. The chapter's by-laws and traditions were revised and rushees were voted on. The service committee chairman reported that the clothing left from the chapter's garage sale success of the "Hobo Party" entertaining rushees and their husbands Saturday night at the home of Mr. . and Mrs. Pat Tobin. Party guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klingaman, Mr. and Mrs. Al Reid, Mr. and ./or OMEN Mrs. Mrs. The indoor garden, once confined to a sunny window, is spreading throughout the house. Growing greens, from a bit of woodland enclosed in a terrarium to potted trees, are increasingly evident under skylit atriums, in the kitchen and even in dimly lit foyers. Experts attribute the popularity of indoor plants to many factors, from the growing interest in the environment to the discovery that inexpensive plants have as much or m o r e decorative impact as expensive paintings and accessories. Now is the time to bring growing plants that won't stand winter weather into the house, cause winter is a-coming. Dale Johnson, Lynn Johnson, Mr. Mr. and and · Monday, Oct. 28, 1974 Engineering Wives To Sponsor Dance City Hospital Auxiliary will have its Christmas Bazaar at The Attic on Nov. 6, Nov. 8 and Nov. 9, and the public is invited lo attend. Mrs. Ted Varner. and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dabner. Hobo stew was cooked in a large outdoor kettle over an open fire and served on tin plates with drinks served in tin cups. Prizes were given to the worst- dressed hobos -- Shirley Reid, Karolyn Farrell, and Gerald Klingaman. The Ways and Means committee planned some "craft clays'J to prepare for the annual Christmas auction. The first craft day will be held Oct. 30, at the home of Mrs. William Justiss. Mrs. Seth Young presented the program entitled The Total Personality - Emo- · Intellectual." The University of Arkansas: Student Engineering Wives will have a 50's dance at 8 p.m., Saturday at the Newman Center of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Douglas and Leverett Streets. Theme for the dance is "Rock Around the Clock," and dress will be the style of the 50's. Prizes will be awarded for the "best dressed" or "worst dressed" couple. Music of the 50's taped by Haley Fleet- Chuck KBRS will feature Bill and the Comets, the woods, Elvis Presley, Berry and the Platters. Tim Couch of KBRS will be announcer. All engineering students and their wives are invited to attend and those wishing further information may call Mrs. Mike Batie, 521-G16G, Mrs. Joe Gerke, 521-1828, or Mrs. Keith Merritt, 521-7430. Kappa Kappa loia Hears Cenler Gues!s Mrs. Newton Hailey was hostess for the October meeting of Psi Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota. Members present were Mrs, Elwayne Galloway, Mrs. Leslie Cunningham, Mrs. Norm DeBriyn, Mrs. Bill Kisor Mrs. Moye Rutledge, Mrs Joseph Segers, Mrs. Bob Slusarek and Mrs. Roy Stanley. Program guests were Mrs Geneva Powers and Mrs. Linda Harris from the Art Center o the Ozarks in Springdale. Mrs P o w e r s explained various phases of the Art Center which includes classes in the graphic arts, exhibits, drama and musi cal productions. She told how " the Center is financed and ho\ to buy memberships. She als showed the group two wate colors now on exhibit. Mrs Harris dernonslrated basi linoleum printing technique and gave suggestions fo Sorority Entertains With Baby Shower Last week, Beta Tau Chapter jf Epsilon Sigma Alpha enter- ained with a baby shower for i member, Mrs. Jerry Whitington. Special guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Harris in Green- and were Mrs. Mary Hosmer, Miss Myran Hosmer. Mrs. Bill Center and Mrs. John Allen and , Eric. orority members attending were the hostess, Mrs. Duffey Carter, Mrs. Carlos Guisinger 7r., Mrs. Rex Maxey, Mrs. B.C. Shackelford, Mrs. David Gosnell and Mrs. Trilby Maul. cokes, were tional - Physical Refreshments o f coffee. and brownies served. Upsilon's next meeting will he Nov. 5. at the home of Mrs. Jim Harter. Halloween Carnival Planned At School The Parent Teacher Association of B u t t e r f i e i d Trail School is planning a Halloween Carnival at the school from 0:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., F r i d a y, is invited Nov. "1. The public to attend whether I never thought I could afford new clothes for us this year. Thank You, Singer." You can make it, America! Singer will help. Sure you could make do. But you don't have to. What you need is a new Smger* sewing machine. How aboutour economical zig-zag machine! On sale! And it's got our exclusive front drop-in bobbin. Beautiful! We've got a superbTouch Sew*machine on sale too. What talent! Does 15 kinds of stitches. And has a built-in ·ATrademarkof THE SINGER COMPANY buttonholer. Apush-butt6nbobbin, too. Singer invented it! To make things even easier, we give free instructions, a trade-in allowance, and payment plans are available too. See how Singer helps? Simplicity Pattern 676G(mother) Simplicity Kittcm 66SG (child) On Sale Now: SINGER Sewing Centers and paroapating Approved Dealers. Barracks-Auxiliary Plan District Meet At the monthly meeting of World War I Barracks and Ladies Center Auxiliary recently, at the Adult it was an- leaching printing in the public schools. A brief business meeting was held and refreshments were served. Mrs. Segers won the door prize. The next meeting will be held Nov. 21 in the home of Mrs. Cunningham. nounced that the Rogers Barracks and Auxiliary will be hosts to the district meeting on Nov. 9. The auxiliary meeting was conducted by Mrs. Blanche Brown, president, and Mrs. Julia Jarvis led devotions. At the next regular session on Nov. 16, a Thanksgiving dinner will be served. living in the school area or elsewhere. There will be a spook house, games to test your skill and other things to entertain. Dinner will be served from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The menu will be fried chicken or corn dogs with baked beans, salad, hot rolls, potato chips, milk or coffee. Reservations for the dinner must be made by Oct. 30 by calling Mrs. Jan Rilcy at 442-6177. Fruit tarts, cotton candy, popcorn and soft drinks will also be available. If further information is desired, call Nidra Rohrbach at 521-1579. Raj Kilambi. 521-1098 or Neva Hanna at 442-2779. 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