Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 15, 1969 · Page 5
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NorthwMt Arkansas T1MIS, Tut.., April 15, 1969 · 5 FAvrrriviLLt, AUKAMIA* Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Williams of Petligrew announce t h e engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jackie Lea, to Johnny Paul Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Williams of Combs. The bride-elect is a junior at St. Paul High School, and the prospective bridegroom is a student at (he University of Arkansas. Plans for the wedding are incomplete. Announcements Mrs. Helen Van Steencyk of Little Rock, Child Welfare director for the American Legion, ·nd Mrs. Grace Evans, social worker at the Veterans Hospital, Fayettevilie will be the speakers at the annual banquet to be held Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hut. All veterans and their families are invited. R.D. Goff, 504 The C o m m u n i t y Problems G r o u p of AAUW will meet W e d n e s d a y at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. P o r t e r Stone, 1834 Wheeler. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Redding Putman of the American Red Cross office. Chapter AT, PEO, will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. with Mrs. Vernon Anderson, 1354 W. Kidg- eway Drive. Mrs. Joe F r e d Starr will he co-hostess. Rosebud Chapter of Dorothy Carnegie Alumnae will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Ozark Electric building. Mrs. F r e d Nettles will present the program on "Party Foods and Creative Cooking." The Outlook Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lipperl Ellis. 'Ill Ha St. Mrs. will review or MEN Hints From Heloise-Reader Discovers New Way To Patch Worn Overalls Dear Heloise: One day I set out to patch a pair of my husband's work overalls (a task he knew 1 hated). He suggested that I cut the legs off way above the knees, turn each one around front to back, and sew them back on t h e overalls. Now the worn part is in the lack of the leg and the garment will wear twice as long. But do t before a hole has worn completely through. Reva Lawson He may not be able to tell if ic's "coming or going," but by gosh, it works . . . Sugar Babe, you've got your- I was vacuuming the floor a ,he time and got so peeved 1 just stuck the bare vacuum lose on the suit and the lin started coming off like nothing lat. I was positively amazed Then I thought how funny i would be to turn the hose on my husband and scoop him up n the sweeper! I started laugh ing a n d thought to myself "Lord forgive me ... but i vould solve problems a times," Only in jest though l,ove that man! self a winner. We luv you! Heloise meet at Ramay Junior Hig School. Room 106 Thursday a t j 7:30 p.m. LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: 1 read the letter in y o u r column about the lady who had the problem of lint on h e r slacks. I solved mine . . . t h a n k goodness! My husband was lying on the bed and his eye caught sight of his wash-and-wear uniforms hanging in the closet, full of lint . . . My. the words he did use . Chapter S, PEG, will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. with Mrs. Washington Aye. Mrs. Leonard Grccnhaw will be co-hostess, and the pro ;ram will Ire presented by Mrs. Fount Richardson and Mrs. James Cross. The Welcome Wagon Club will meet Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Coachman Restaurant. Cards and games will be played before and after the luncheon to be served at noon. Transportation will be provided for anyone interested in attending. For reservations and transportation, call Mrs. Connie Finn. 443-5278 or Mrs. Frances Langham, 443-3157. Bridge News Kitty Marii DAC Chapter Has Luncheon At Rhodes Home Members or the Major Brian Pendleton Chapter of the Daugh ters of American Colonists were entertained at a luncheon recently at the home of Mrs. Paul Rhodes. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Joe Bates and Mrs. L.L. Browne Sr. The tables featured pink satin roses in Dresden containers. For the program. Mrs. Paul Le\yis gave an informative narration on the White House, with special emphasis on the china patterns used by the va rious administrations. To illustrate her talk, she showed color Dear Hcloisc: When I put temporary coloi ing on my hair. I use a stretc liair band to hold the plasti head covering in place. Also, instead of using t h coloring every four weeks a advised. I use only half a bottl every two weeks. And instea of pouring it on my hair, I par my hair and place the colorin on the roots only. The end never need coloring that often A Reade Hey there folks: Here's a wacky little tidbit T want to give you right now. so tuck it in the back of your mind next time you buy some Roquefort cheese. Since it's so expensive, we don't like to waste one bit of it. Besides, it's so hard to crumble when you want to put some in a cream dip or sprinkle it over one of your gorgeous salads. I have learned that you can put it in a plastic bag. place it in your free/ing unit and keep it months this way. When you ake it out of the freezer, just squeeze the plastic bag and the cheese will break into beautiful little tidbits. I figure it's no use wasting energy trying to break it up or cut it up into even portions when you can use this method. It's quick, it's easy, it's tried and it's true. Heloise MISS BONNIE LYNNE LAWS . . . bride-elect of Herbert Thomas Johtison Presents Projector SILOAM SPRINGS -Howard Taylor. Siloam Spring Dear Heloise: Welcome Wagon president, and Mrs. Bitsy Stockton, coordinator of the Welcome Wagon program, have presented a slide projector to the Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital. The g i f t was accepted by the hospital administrator, James Crnws. The gift, a complete slide projection set. was purchased with funds from Welcome W a g o n sponsored projects. Bonnie Laws, H. T. Johnson Are Betrothed The engagement and ap proaching marriage of M i s s Bonnie Lynne Laws to Herbert Thomas Johnson is announced ,by her parents. Maj. and Mrs. Clyde Joseph Laws of Moun- ainburg. Mr. Johnson's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson of Cincinnati. Ohio. The bride-elect is the grand daughter of Martin James Bradley and the late M r s. Bradley of Mountainburg. Miss Laws was graduated,ty at Mt. Healthy High School 'rom McArthur High School at.' San Antonio. Tex., and attended the University of Arkansas for ;wo and one-half years. While at the University she was a neniber of Kappa Alpha Thela sorority. Angel Flight, P h i Jpsilon Omicron Home Economics fraternity and was one of the four finalists in the Northwest Arkansas Poultry Princess Contest chosen last year. The future bridegroom was graduated from the Green Hills High School in Cincinnati. Ohio and received a degree from the College of Education at Miami University at Oxford. Ohio. At Miami, lie was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity and held a Mildred lee Chapter Elects New Officers Mrs. Tom Lavender was host ess Thursday to members of he Mildred Lee Chapter, United daughters of the Confederacy vith 11 attending. Plans were c o m p l e t e d for the May d i s t r i c t m e e t i n g of UDC. Mrs. L. L. B r o w n e Jr. will be hostess for a coffee, to be fol- owed by a business meeting and a tour of Headquarters House. New officers of Mildred Lee Chapter were elected as follows: Mrs. Browne, president; Mrs. Margaret Lee, vice president; Mrs. Burton Kinsworthy, sec ond vice president; Mrs. Ear Brown, secretary; Mrs. W. G Chamblee. treasurer; Mrs. H.J Walters, recorder of crosses nnr Miss Virginia Tidball, historian. Luncheon Held For Miss Dulan Miss Kathleen Dulan. hridn elect of Kobert Gardner, was honored wiih a luncheon Saturday, April 5. by Mrs. Hal Brown and Mrs. Joe Slaven at the Sla ven home on Wcdington Drive. Special guests were Mrs. Or ville Hall of Wichita. Kan., ant Miss Betsy Dulan. sisters of the honoree. and Mrs. Buford Gard ner. mother of the prospective bridegroom. Other guests attending wer Miss Beverly Bcnton, Mrs. Bil Fairchild. Miss Linda Faulkner Miss Judy Hcrscy. Miss Jai McNerney. Mrs. David Handl' and Mrs. Harry Vandergriff. WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. David B. Adams, 614 S. Locust, a daugh- er, April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt D. Bolinger, Route 7, » daughter, April 11. Mr. a n d Mrs. James F. Combs, Route 10, a son, April 1. Mr. and Mrs. Roger M. 'itts. Lincoln, a daughter, April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Burtis. Route 3 April 12. Mr. and Mrs. James K. R o b e r t s on. 1793 Applebury 'lace, a son, April 12. Mr. and .Mrs. D e W a y n « Smith, 531B E. Maple, a daughter. April 12. basketball scholarship. He is presently basketball conch and a member of the teaching facul in Cincinnati. The wedding will take place July 26 at the Green H i l l s Presbyterian Church in Cincinnati at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Births Michael La a daughter, Colonial Garden Club Has Meeting The Colonial Garden Club me_l April 9 at the home of Mrs. W. G. Chainhlec with Mrs. Margaret Whelan as co-hostess. Refreshments were s e r v e d from a table covered with a white cut work cloth and centered with an arrangement of jonquils and forsythia in n crystal bowl. Mrs. John Huddlcston. presi dent, conducted the business meeting. Due to weather conditions, the planned tour of the garden at Mrs. R. D. Goff's home was cancelled. A plant exchange w a s held among the members. Brunch, Shower Held For Glenda Sines Pre-nuptial courtesies con- inued for Miss Glenda Sines, )ride-elect of Henry Barber, when a brunch and miscolla- shower was held the morning of April 5 at the home of Mrs. William Fields. Cu- hostcsFCs w e r e Mrs. B. L. Spriggs. Mrs. Wilbur W a t s o n and Mrs. Allen Joiner. A pink organdy cloth covered the serving talhe. which w a s centered with a bride's Easier basket filled with pink carnations and white stock in an antique silver basket. Inside the arrangement were miniature nests containing tiny pink and white Easter eggs. Presiding at the silver coffee service the first hour was Mrs. Lorraine Patterson, a u n t of :he honoree. and Mrs. Bruce Lunsford poured during t h e second hour. The gift table, also draprd with pink organdy, held a ron- tcrpicce of peach blossoms, jonquils and forthsythia arranged in a basket. Other spring flowers wore placed al vantage points in the entertaining area. Miss Sines and her mother. Mrs. Norwood Sines. w e r e presented corsages of w h i t e carnations tied with pink lace ribbon. The event was attended by more than 40 guests. at your house, take a small jar photographs of the Smithsonian and fill it with cotton Institute and the White House. and gave brief sketches of the Winners for the T u e s d a y , bag. It sure helps when a change April 8 bridge party at the Community Adult Center were: Mrs. Attending were 17 members Alex Lindsay. Mrs. Ruth New- Yost of Prairie Grove. Civilization," by Peter Farb. Woolen. Hostess for next Tuesday will interested in mak- be Mrs. Thelma Stanforth. persons 50 and over are invited ing the tour to Washington, D.C. and New York Aug. 312 with to attend. 6:30-10 p.m. at the Mrs. Missy Crockett and MIs« For information, call 443 3512. Linda Caughman are asked to Flower Power While Stag signals spring with ils bright floral cotton knit,S7.00, and coordinated Bermuda Culotte of Stag-Prest/R polyester cotton blend, $11.00. SPORT SHOP-Seeond Floor jlmt {fax reproduction bf P ostoiia / Here K luxury of the finest quality. The priceless originals of this elcgint pattern first appeared more than a century ago and can be seen -today at the Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan. Argus is "hand pressed," just as the originals were in quality fint glass. This means tliat lead is used to giwe extra clarity, weight and brilliance to these lovely pieces. Available io crystal oc rich, antique colors. Sec them soon in ow FoMona. colfaction. RRY'S J E W E L R V by GAY GIBSON... 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