Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1976 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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«'·'.Northwest Arkcmsni TIMES, Sunday, April 18, 1976 SCAN To Conduct Sessions For Prospective Volunteer Training Scan (Suspected Child Abuse I families with .81 children " - ind TiN'cglccl) . conduct ! "HcIci-ra1s liavc been averaging ' T raining sessEotis tor pros'upclivej 18 per motilli. Tlicro ·oluntcers in Little Rock May 7. Sessions include identificalior and dynamics of child abuse, jarenling, introduction to trans- aclional analysis, techniques of interviewing, and case presen arc nine mem writ. workers and four staff bcrs in the county SCAN SCAN' is a privaic aflcnc founded in 1972 in Little Rock and Derating in Washintfloi Countv since September 1973. 1 has received wide public and LiUions by experienced SCAN T f professional acceptance locally workers and a pan, 1 ?! of Parents | as well as throughout the stale Anonymous members. A new I Inquiries are being receivcc Icalure will be advanced from many parts of Ihe coun training l o r , present SCAN' try. workers, including, structured. Funding for the local of fie family role Paying, -sexual canics f r o m an HEW Grant, for abuse, and advanced work mK v n j c h SCAN was selected as transactional analysis. I ono O r n projects in the "Content of the training and country. In two years since (be ·SSKSS Dillards · Mortliwiest Ark. Placet · 52.t-~7"ivt Dedicated to quality'Devoted toym. caliber always of th,o instruction excellent," said Mrs, Judy Endress. SCAN' Director for Washington. County. "In response to requests from present volunteers and statf, tills session will contain new material, such as the , prespn- local office was opened. SCAN has become an integral part of the human services delivery system in the community. Child .protection teams have been established al Spflngdale M e m o r i a l , Hospital a n d Washington Regional Medical Plans June Wedding '-" 7 jWr. and Mrs, M. C. Parrish Etance arc g r a d u a t e s 'ol Win- ·armounce (he engagement and slow High School, and a f t e r Approaching marriage oE Iheir their wedding at 2 o'clock in Jit^nghtcr, Patli .lane, to Gary »i)ale Sisson, son of Mr. anil Ihe afternoon mi Saturday, June 12, in (lie home nf Mrs. .s. Farley Si.sson, all ol Win- Vcrnic Guy, they will make Miss Parrish and her their home in IVmslow. and Neglect. Also new is the presentation on struct LI red tatnily rote playing. . which "'ill bo conducted* by Dr. Laura McWethy. psvcholoaist at Ozark Guidance Center. This is typical of t h e ; continuing education provided for SCAN volunteers. Our workers are well-trained and welt-supervised; tlv?y are more than 'just volunU'rs.' " STir.L N E E D E D More workers are needed as the volume n[ referrals a n d c a s e s accepted grows. Washington County SCAN cu rrcntly working wit h 34 in the field of child abuse. "Many individuals and groups in Washington County have shown an interest" ; in our work and provided assistance." sairi Mrs. Endress, "The families we work with have benefited tremendously from support ol the community." INTERIOR DECORATING . Help w11n all- MILLS' INTERIORS Sharla Mills 5214319 Box 254 Fayetlcvilte Dillards AFTER - EASTER CLEAR ANCESALES ;Men's Tailored Leisure ORIG. $75 $85 "'· . ft SALE 39.97 'Great values! Fully lined ""gabardines or cotion denims in assorted solids. Regulars and longs, not all sizes in all colors. ' , , Tailored Sportswear-; ' DILLARD'S Men's .Select Group Fashion Trios ORIG. $130 $135 99.97 Coat, matching pants and contrasting slacks . . . some with vests. Gabardine and textured woven polyester. Men's Clothing-DILLARD'S Men's and :Young Men's Fashion Long Sleeve Shirts ORIG. $12 TO $lo SALE 7.99 Choose from a large se" lection of patterns and styles. More than one sure to suit you. Sizes S, M. L, and XL. Men's Sportswear-DILLARD'S Easter Dress Clearance for Girls, Infants, Toddlers! !/3 off Girls' 4 to 6x ORIG. $14 TO $22 SALE 9.49 ro $14.49 Girls' 7 oH4 ORIG. $16 TO $32 SALE 10.49 TO 21.49 Choose from assorted styles and colors. Infants', Toddlers' ORIG. $8 TO $18 SALE 5.49 TO 11.99 ORIG. $7 TO $29 SALE 4.49 TO 19.49 Pretty, springy fahrics and colors. Girls/Infants-DILLARD'S Missy and Half Sizes! Save on Spring Dresses! Jacket Dresses! Pantsuits! 19 ORIG. $24 to $30 SALE Choose from a selection of one-piece dresses in the best spring colors. 8 to 18. QQ '' 7 ' Orig. £32 (o S38 One and Two Piece Dresses .............................. Sa Orig. $10 to $18 Jacket Dresses and ' OO ' OO One-Piece Dresses .................... Sale ^ ' · ' ' Orig. $50 to $58 Jacket Dresses and "tQ OO One-Piece Dresses .................... Sale · * ' · » » Dresses-- DILLARD'S Better Dress Clearance! Famous name spring knit ORIG. $70 TO $180 dresses in assorted fab- T/ f^CC rics. This group also in- /3 U/FT .; eludes suits, panlsuits, and jacket dresses! NOW 49.99 TO 119.99 . Oria.S/18 to SI 00 Better Dresses ; C l e a r a n c e o f our hesl! Daytime dresses, suits. ··.-' - - 5izc s 6 to IB ........................ Sale 35,99 Ip 69.99 Better Dresses-- DILLAHD'S Junior Dresses ;·..' ··",-' A colorful group of cot-QRIG. $26 TO $40,' SALE tons, ^fyester., blends. , o ,, \ Q ,, _* ,' ? A L E Junior Dresses -- DILLARD'S . : Better Sporfswe-ar Famous maker 100% noly-° R1G ' ' 17 J° * 5 °' SALE ester knit. Brown, white. Vn TO V? OFF 8 'o 16. Now 12.99 JO 24.99 Better Sportswear-- DILLARD'S J u n i o r Coordinates Pants, t shirts . . . more! ORIG. $6 TO $18, SALE All 1/3 off! 3.99 TO 11.99 Junior Sportswear-- DILLARD'S Budget Sportswear Orig. S.M Pull-On Pants .................. SAf.F, B.99 Orig. 11.87 Gored Skirts ................... SALE 7.!)9 Orig. 15.97 Jacket ......................... SALE IO.M Orig. 14.87 Big Top ........................ SALK 9.09 Orig. 5.97 Shell ................... ......... SALE 3/19. Orig. 12.97 Print Shirt ..................... SALE 8,99 Budget Sportswear-- DILLARD'S ' · DilTrard't Chorge BanVAmerifarcT Mail!' Chcrg ,..-. -.££^ZT^^!^ii£^ ,r* ' " Nortriwcir Arkansas PJoio -- Open 10 a.m. ro 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday 5 fragrance luxuries in . beauty bonus kit...by the Interlude Refresher A $19 value, yours for only with a $5 purchase. Interlude to stroke on, powder on, lather on, spray on, splash on! Interlude, the fragrance that goes from bath to bed. Five fragrance luxuries all wrapped up in a dazzling designer-original plaid: Interlude Body Lotion, 4 oz.; Interlude Splash, 4 oz.; Interlude Bath Oil Soap; Interlude Perfumed Body Powder Shaker, 2 oz.; and Interlude Perfumed Cologne Natural Spray, .33 oz. ... to lavish all over and turn you all soft, all silky, all Interlude! Cosmetics--DILLARD'S Dillard's Personal Shopper P.O. Box 671, Little Rock. Arkansas 72203 Check off your Frances Denncy favorites and get yrnir Interlude Ilefrcshcr, only 6.50 D Fragrance and Skin Care: Perfume, Vi oz., 7,iifl o 1 o?.., 12,00 n Perfumed Mist, 2 oz. $8 Q 4 oz. 12.nO Q Perfumed Cologne, 4 oz 8,50 Q Dusting Powder, 6 oz. ., 8,00 n Perfumed Cologne Spray, 2 oz 8,00 n Body Lotion, 4 ox. 5.00 D 8 oz. 8,50 Q Bath Oil Soap, ,1 cake.-; 8.00 Q Under Makeup Face Firmer, 1 oz 12.50 G Dry Skin Cleansing Cream, 8 oz 7,50 fj Mild Skin Lotion, 8 ox 7 50 n Fade-Away, 2 oz ] 7.50 n The I'urc and Perfect Makeup: Viva Fluid Makeup, 1 oz. . . . . · 8 00 (~1 Beige II D Poach II n Beige III n " ' Peach III Q Pink If LJ Incandescent Cheek Paint. !4 oz G.OO Q Sunny Red Q Flapper Peach Q Sultry Sienna G Perfect Pink a Shimmcry Eye Polish, tt oz." 4.50 D Taupe D Blue Violet n Aquamarine p Green n Healthy .Lash Protein Mascara 4.50 FJ Black n Brown D Dark Green G Dark Blue n NAME ADDRESS CITY ..' STATE Z I P . . . Chnrga Account Number C.O.D Check Please Add soles lax and $1 poslcigc and handling. ' OiHord'i Chnrgt ' CFKK9* Korthwcst Arkonso» Plow -- Ojxn 10 P.M. »o 9 p.m. Monday through otKni«»

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