Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 20, 1976 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 20, 1976
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·fflHBiiBiiraiiiiiM^ p C D T h a nf o r Makes Plans f* Arkansas uKmra I or. MEN Northwest Arkdnidi TIMES, fuw., April 20, 1976 For Dance Dyed-Synthetic Stones On Market Problem' To Jewelers And Buyers TO PRESENT STYLE SHOW..'.Mrs. Joe Fred Starr, lo/l, and Mrs. David FtiUon, center, are co-chairmen \m Die style show to be prescnte'd'at the luncheon Saturday on Zefo'Day, and Mrs. George Smikbu, right, is cojctairaarj for.the day's events, (T.IMESphito by Leslie Siittoi\j Arkansas Zeta Day To Be At Epsilon Chapter: More than . f)5Q invitations] have been sent statewide to c o l l e g i a t e a n d alumnae memberV of 'ZtilX Tail Alpha tor t h e fraternity's a n n u a l Arkansas Zeta Day to bo held Saturday at the Epsilon chapter house on the University of Arkansas campus at Fayettc- ville. - . - · · · . "Through;, the' years with Zcta 1 '^Uielhome for ( h e conclave, 'coordinated by Mrs. Joe' Siegers," province president, and Mrs. George Simkins, National ' finance committee member. c o l l e g i a t e workshop at A registration coffee will begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by alumnae Entertainment for the luncheon, which begins at noon will relive the hislroy of Zcta Tau Al[tia which was founded in 1898 at Ixmgwood College. Farmville, Va. I're-Zeta Day entertainment included a Wine and Cheese social on Friday night at Hie h o m e of Mrs. Mitchell Singleton. Fayeteville Alumnae will he hostesses. Mrs. Roblcy D. Evans o tlesville, OWa., district dent, and Mrs. Scgcrs w i 1 present annual national, pro vincc and district awards to co Icgiale and alumnae. memlers. They wiil also conduct the work- Tau Alpha, an in- shops. Zela L e t - n a t i o n a l fraternity for has and groups. Tolal women, chapters 136 collegiate 250 aiuninae membership approximately 72,000. Zefa Tau Alpha Alumnae who would like to attend may make reservations by contacting Mrs. Grovcr Harris, 442-6182, or Mrs. John Reid, 443-3789. iraniLiiiiiitiiiNitninmiriiinM - ' . · " · EXTENSION v HOMEMAKERS CLUBS jiiiKWiiiHiBitii^^ F. VALLEY CLUB' Mrs. Nell Ilrown, the o n l y larter member. Devotions were given by. Mrs. leo Liles on ;Easter., Mrs. lizabelh'Kirkpalrick gave the islory of the club dating back j 19D9, the year: the club was rganizod. Eighteen members nd two guests. Mrs. Betty Jrmvn, daughter of Mrs. Brown nd Mrs. Ruby Garrett. sister f Mrs. In a Van Meter, were resent. '. , The next meeting will he helc i the home o f ' Mrs. Charles alyerson with' Mrs. Pauline Vhithey as co-hostess. raiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiffliiBiisiinnitiiiiitiiiiiiiBMiii!!]* Announcements Twenty · members attended the ' luncheon /Wednesday at Ozark Electric-with Mrs. Ray- rnond'Licrlyand-Mrs. Ben Porter as hostesses.- Mrs. Mabel M a r s'h a 11 gave devotions depicting the Easier tradition and read the Legend of the Dogwood. Mrs. Porter had the eye opener which was on family living and r;ad:pointers on how women: should propose, to men in Leap.-Yenr. ' · - · · Mrs. · l-ierly," president, gave a report- on the sale held nl Ihe Hand Craft Fair at Ihe Mall, and read a thank you note (rom the Red Cross office. She also announced that the Counci meeting · would be held at the Ozark Electric on April 29. Mrs Lierly - h a d - c h a r g e of Ihi program which was on home made mixes. Homemade bis cuits were served at the lunch eon made- with -the mix. Shi also had ch'arge of Show am Tell projects which consisted o two quills one oof 'which w a hand painted wilh each square of stale flowers with name o state. It was made by he mother years' ago.- The May meeting will .be he, "al Ozark Electric with Mrs J.D. Campbell. Mrs. L'Jlah Nys trom and Mrs. Beulah Park tarsias hostesses. / .' . ROUlEiSROD ' The 67lh anniversary of Ih "club was observed last Wcdne ·day at'the Holiday Inn. Lund 'eon tables were decorated wi Dogwood 'blossoms and a bin ·day cake. Members all san "Happy/Birthday." · A potted plant : was prcsentc .jiiiiii Daily Calendar Of Events ·Tonight = : -: . . : American Red Cross, .Chapter House, 4 p.m- Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:16 p.m. ' Weight Watchers, Golf Building, 7 p.m.". - " Single Adult Fellowship, 116 Rogers Circle" Drive, Spnngdale, .' ' University City Chapter, No. 495, OES, Masonic-Temple, -' 7 AvcSVork 'Ciraplcr No. 442, OES, .Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate'Bridge"'Chit), Boss Building, 7:30 p.m. ,- City Council of PTA, School AdrmnisrlatKm Building, · ' Atediolics" Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. '" ' AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Chess Club, Arkansas Union, 8 p.m. . - · · Maltitano Duo^NWA Community Concert, Mens Gym, - Marion Chapter, Daughters of he American Revolution, will meet at 1:30 p.m., Thursday in he home of Mrs. - Charles Kitchen, 1157 Columbus Place. Assistant hostesses wiil be Mrs. Ralph Treat, Mrs.. Donald McGinnis and Mrs. Ronald ;IL Konig. Thomas , Turpin ,'will present the program American Colonial Painting. .' Washington Regional Medical Center Auxiliary will meet at 10 a m . Thursday in the Public Health Building'- New officers will be elected and · Installed, anrt interested persons are invited to attend.. Women's. Charity League will meet at 12:30 p.m., Friday in the home of Mrs. Sam McNair, 333 Adams Street. Mrs. Lynn Handle and Mrs. Brick Miller will he co-hostesses. Mrs Saunders Speaks to Sorority Mrs. Stanley Saunders chose to talk,about Betty FreidatClh m o t h e r of the feminis movement in America, Thurs day evening w h e n she ac dressed members of Preccjno Zela nt Beta Sigma Phi at th SWEPCO Electric Building. :=. The- choice of her. -'program Cvas in keeping with the chaptc study, "Women o[ Heritage Hope." "I fcinnri i n , reading aliou Mrs. Freidan that she is no tod . different nor loo 'co troversitil'in her . Saundcrs said. "She certainl is not (he mother 01 th,: i'li- movcmont \vhich lias bve experienced i n 'many p a r t s the country." Betty Freidan called u po women la examine tier role The biggest hoom in jewelry! today is jewelry for men, but t h e biggesL problems lo jewelers and a trap for buyers are the treated and dyed stones and artificial and ; synthetic tones now on the markcl. . -Jewelers from nver the nation itlenderi the American Gem Society's International (AGS) -enclave in Boston earlier this monlh to sharpen their skills n a scries ot workshops a n d o learn the latest.developments n the field. - Of grave concern 1o the specialists -ire the artificial and synthetic · 1 which" are cropping up from laboratories [rom over the world. "Rubies emeralds, sap [hires, turquoise, opal and jade have increased so'dramaliealiy in price in the last two or three years that new and exhaustEv efforts have been - made t create them synthetically,' said William G. Underwood c e r t i f i e d gemolpgisL a n member of AGS who atende the Boston Conclave. Some of the synthetics ar extremely difficult lo detect an r e q u i r e very sophisticate testing equipment. The be synthetics arc coming out of th U . S . End France - an l a b o r a t o r i e s a r e shippin synthetic stones to othi countries that arc kno\i urces for genuine gcmstoni h ere th ey arc sold to h o urists ami dealers, as genuii ones, Underwood said. "The Gemologica\ Institute m e r i c a , a non-pro' lucalional institution ' w i t oadquarters in Los Angeli alif., tells us that some sto .Icrs buying abroad purcha apers of stones contain! society wrote the he vcra! dozen stones vain Thaps 20 per cent of the stones Ihe paper "sailed" with very phisticatcd synthetics.," Ihe wcler said, Since it is very difficult tor · dealer lo carry along nnplete testing laboratory m easily he deceived and crisis, looking for a ha re also easy prey and nave recourse against the .seller hen they return home. Un snvood warned. ile." lurquoise a n d opal rcatcd and tlycci, is also oi" n arlicular concern because thej re more prevalent now and the nethods of treating are hardc nd harder to detect. "A lo\ ;rade piece of material, \vortl brhaps a [ew cents per carat an be treated and it looks gooc nough 16 command prices evcral hundred dollars pc carat. Of course the colo locsn't last aiid several month aler the stone begins I ileach out and revert to it ! inal color. Low grade jat emerald are comnjon dyed lo improve color and opa and turquoise that are treatc in Mexico arc common^ All Lhcse methods ot doctoring stone arc considered unethic trade practices unless the buy informed of the Ireatmc when buying the s'one," U derwond said. Jewelry for men is the higges boom in jewelry today. Years ago on ly men we re permitted to wear jewelry and in recent years women have been me prime wearers of jnwelry. Now men favor jewelry again rings, bracelets, ncc but jewel ry rem ains popul a r with "women also. Underwood pointed oul. Xi Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma P h i . m e t . a t - t h e home of Mrs. Joan Meason on April 14. The meeting .was .called lo order by president Jo Ann Ray and committee reports ..were given. 11 was announced that ihe annual Founders' Day Banquet would be held on April 29, at the Holiday Inn. An announcement was also made regarding the dance lo be. held at the Rockwood Club on April 22. The dance is lo be a benefit for the Thcrmography fund .-and all Fayetteville Beta Sigma"Pbi chapters are involved in the I a n n i n g . Members were minded of the birthday party r Sunrise Manor on April 24. After adjournment of the jsincss .meeting., the group eard a program presented by rs. Jo Ann Ray". The title of rs. Ray's program"was "'What ccds to be Done," · The rogratn concerned women who ave become public figures and ell-known in various fields of ndeavor, how they got there, nd what we as individuals can o lo load mo-re fulfiling lives. Refreshments -of brownies, offee. Cokes, nuts and 'minis vcre served f r o m a . bright ellow lable centered wilh asc of spring tulips. The next meeting will he held t the home of Mrs.; Leon a Keley on April 28.;-. Division Of labor Topic "For-.. Meeting. Dr. Judith - B r u e s k e - o f ;the Department of .Anthropology^ a the University, of Arkansas dis cussed the division of" laho between male and female' wit primitive cultures in Souther Mexico at the recent meetln of Northwest Artkansas Archeo logical Society--, at Siloam Springs. 'Reader Wants Place To Gel Rid Of Old Dentures · . By A B I G A I L VAN B U R E N '·DEAR ABBY:.jI hope you w'on'.l think this is a stupid qu#stion, but 1 don't know who else Lo ask. Is there some place Llial buys used dentures? I have six sets that arc good as new. They belonged to members of my family who are now deceased. Three pair belonged to my grandmother, and she never wore any of them tor mora than three months. It seems a shame to ]ust l throw them out if they could be of use to someone."i would even"be glad' to' GIVE thorn away if you could tell me where lo send the m, I called my own dentist and asked if he* wanted to buy them, and he said, "My God lady.-1-don't BUY .dentures. I SELL them!" . . -. .. . ' Please answer, this as" I am" serious. : "''·-· ;··" · ' · ' · " . · . ' ; · . - ' . ; TEETH DM MY HANDS . D E A R TEETH: .There's, undoubtedly a law (with t«th in. 0. prohibiting Ihe .sate ol used dentures." And 1 wouldn't know o w h o m - y o u could give (hem. .. . 'DEAR ABBY: The letter from the 31-year-old irate bachelor who always 'gels-the Vhow-come-you're^noi-married" routine -hen applying for employment prompts this letter: I'm 45"and-divorced many years with no intention of remar- ying. Ten years ago I applied for A position with the Chamber r Commerce of one of Ohio's largest cities. The interview went very well until the-man in charge said, 'I notice on ydur resume that you're not married." Then he aid with a wink, "Not a 'homo' b y ' a n y chance, a r e ' you? · · I-just him 1 incredulously, while .he went on to ser-'. ionize on the" .virtues "oC-, marriage" and explain that the Cham- again in ckchams, Dr. Brueske had lived Phi Sigma Alpha Members Discuss Favorite Women : _ selling book, "The Fernine Mystique," in 19G3. She was Ibc founder and president, of NOW ( N a t i o n a l Organization of W a tn G n ) , a structured organization of professional women and housewives \vhich worked primarily to end job discrimination. "It is the largest and possibly the mosL effective group in the country,-' Mrs. Saiinders saiti As a" young Jewish g | r ^ Mrs, Freidan felt sensitivity ami cifsCTiminatLon. She is highly educated, ihc mother of two sons and a daughter. Realizing that "women a r e people lob," Mrs. Freidan said they needed identity, a full lite lo be \vhal they really ore and "not what they have been told t h e y should be." After publishing her book she was criticized by some who wrote "You have notliing to lose but husband." To which Mrs. The April meeting of Iota] Chapter. Phi Sigma Alpha, was' held at (he home of Mrs. Mildred Peel with Mrs. Irene Davis as co-hostess. After the " b'usfness tried ing, conducted b y ' M r s . Olela Frj'i president, th'e program was p r e s e n t e d . Arran^-' b y program moderator, Mrs. Margaret Parrish, members dis- " ' " "' ' the mem- Catherine Ahern the two Arkansas your Fredian replied, "You have nothing to lose but your vacuum cleaners." " Concluding, Mrs, Saunders said history would be very kind to Mrs. Frcirian, "She will Ro down in history for her role recognize*! the world over." Mrs. Wayne Trihble and Mrs. Arnold Flottman were hostesses' arid served a riesscrl course. Mrs. Tryon Lewis, president, led in trie opening and closing rituals and presided over a business meeting. Fourteen members were present. ;·; SMITH'S Communicdtion 2-Way Radio - Your 2-W»T Radio ' Headquarter! In Ilcctrome* Hint 191* » N, Coltffgs *«-22 For Your Prescription. N*eds SM Ut QUAKER DRUG CH; Parking Lot In Reir cussed. "My Woman of Year." The following bars participated: M r s . " selected women chosen by the Ladies Home Journal balloting, Betty Calriwcll and Maya Angelou. Mrs. Davis talked about "A woman who can keep a secret," Mrs. Carl Jones" Epley ol Springdale who h a d , as a child witnessed her father perform surgery at g u n p o i n t on one o Pearl Starr's outlaws. She also said her real favorite is MLS: G e r t r u d e G u m p , who i r e s t o r i n g the Washington County Courthouse mural. Mis Gump ;is known . for he restoration of many old homes including one in Minneapolis Minn., which was built b Swedish immigrants. For th r M'ork. she received a gol mcdalion, the. Order of Vasa From the King ol Sweden. Mrs. Earlcnc Boytl clid Erica Wilsnn, needlework e: pert who has written seven b o o k s demonstrating h e t e c h n i q u e s from carl American crafts to those i today, She may be seen week' on national television. Mrs. Elna Willis mentioned a Crusade k i t s were distribute to members who will work the Cancer Crusade "current'. u n d e r w a y i n Washingto County. jer wanted" 1 V. family "man" whose wife could socialise wil ith favorite ?] u 1 a Noyce larter member of Iota lapier, who was recently elected as (he' outstandin acher of th e yea r by ih nivcrsity of Arkansas H o m connmics faculty for IK spcrtisc in health education. Mrs. Mary Cotterman chos orrie Ten Boom, a woman vangelisl and missionary who ided Jews in escaping, from fazi Germany, loiter she wrote 'The Hiding Place, 1 ' and other ooks concerning, - t h e Nazi lorrors. Mrs. Elizabeth Walker spoke it Miss Sarah Caldwell, 'ayetteville native, a n d put- landing musician. A c h i l d irodigy on the violin, she Became associated with Boris Jortfossky, conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and is t h e first woman ever o conduct a symphony in the Metropolitan. Mrs. Mabel Beard elaborated f u r t h e r on Corric Ten Boom, who appeared recently "on the Oral Robert's Easier program national television. She related her religious experiences the concenlralion camn: M r s . Roberta Fincher s e l e c t e d Mrs, " Mamie Eisenhower, widow of the late president, and described Mrs Eisenhower as a represen lative modest homcmaker spite of the high offices lick by her husband. Mrs.^ Gladys G u i n n describee black "Texas Congress wo man Barbara Jordan as "one of Ih faces .of the future." in America. Refreshments were served by the hostesses from the dining table covered with an heirloom cloth. Red roses centered the table. wit the group, arid discussed th hunters, food, gatherers and fo agers and explained the ro of'each sex LIT these activities. She said it was assumed .Ilia men would be the hunters" protectors while women care for the children and homes. Tl men . frequently formed bane hunting and 'foraging ai istorically families were patri- near, leading lo male fl^mi- .nce. The speaker noted that nee the middle ; of the present entury the - .philosophy"., is hanging but -the cooperation ctween male ^and male .left vomen at Lhe edge of things.. Women d o - n o t work in, ihe elds but they process the .food nd won]en carry most, of; the rodttce and "other burdens on iieir heads, which Dr. Brueske, having tried ; ii, said was djt(i- cullV She also said the group produces a minimum of hand nade goods and what they do make is not for" (he purpose o f - s a l e , hut as a favor for someone. Dr. W.M. -Schneider will be (he speaker for (he society's May 9 meeting to be held at Harrison. he wives of bthW chamber members and'how a single m a n . was usually "unstable 1 "and just wouldn't tit in. i He made-it clear that a single man.was-^suspect" and didn't quite have the wholesome, highly -moral ^image : lhey-,.required. .. A week later, the same man called and asked me to meet him downtown-for dinner that evening to "talk things over. Thinking that he had considered hiring me, I gladly accepted. When I got'to the restaurant he had already had a Tew drinks but rte wasn't drunk.-' He was very friendly and told me what a handsome, sophisticated, cool young man I was-, as he gripped my hand and slapped my thigh. He went on to say that his wife and kids were at the lak« for a week and.-he enjoyed being a bachelor for a while because h e ' was trapped in a rotten marriage, etc. - "What 'about the" job?" I ask'ed. ' --. · -"No,-Too bad. They still prefer a stable, family-type man. But how about coming -to the house and spending the weekend with me, bacause'Tm not all thai straight, 'and I really dig " S I simply got up. shook his hand and walked out as he burst info tears and yelled, "Go lo hell, you---- CONFIDENTIAL TO "WHY, WHY; WHY?": Seldom, Is'aha single crisis wholly responsible for ao emotional collapse.- . H i the trigger* ot a gun thnt is already loaded. Don't feel guilty. - ·; : " For Aliby's new'!boolilet, "What Teen-agers Want fo Know," send S l . t o . A h i g a l l .Var^Buren, 132 Lasky Dr.; Beverly Hills, - -- - - - - - -- · . _ .--- self-addressed, stamped C) by Chicago Trihiinc-H.Y. News Synd. Inc. Just Received At Lady Wrangler Halters--T-Tops-T-Shirts Skirts i Slacks all in the prettiest colors Personals BED AND BATH FASHION SHOP For the prcsona! touch . . . Give Beautiful Velvety Monogrammed Towels! "Your One-Stop Sewing Center" .Wednesday ' Scquoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday,Jnn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf" Association, Coimlry Club, 9 a.m. Flaming Hills Garden Club, Evelyn Hills, 9:15 a.m. North Arkansas Sj-mphony Guild, Roberta Fulbrighl Library, 4 10 a.m.. Lions Club, WyflU's, 12 noon Scrtoma Club, Wyait's, 12 noon i -. . · Oullook Club, 'Mrs. Neil Fullon, 12:30 p.m. , . Vc'lcrans of'WOT Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs, Dawn Morion, 2 p.m. University Faculty Trio, Fine Arts Concert Hall, 8 p.m. Alcoholic Anonymous, VA-Hospital, 8 p.m. Transcendental Medilalion Lcclure, 530 N. College, 8 p.m. MASTER 5.98 KNITTERS 11.98 yd. Complete Line of Bridal Goods Vogue, Simplicity, Butterick, McCalls, Kandel P-atferns Entire Stock! 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