Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 26, 1973 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 26, 1973
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Monday, Feb. 26, 1973 · 3 Miss McClelland Engaged Mrs. Kent, Mrs. Davis Appointed The Executive Board of City Hospital Auxiliary met Tuesday in the patient dining room at the hospital. The president, Mrs. J.E. McClelland, presided, and a report on the current needs of the hospital was made by the administrator, Kenneth Sanders. The board voted to give $1,000 for the purchase of linens. Mrs. McClelland announced the appointment of Mrs. Dale Kent and Mrs. Frank Davis as co-chairmen for the annual membership tea which will be held on April 17 at the country home of Mrs. Henrv Shreve. Mrs. Henry Meenen, Attic chairman, announced an "on the floor" sale at the Attic will be in progress for the remainder of February. Hints From Heloise-That Little Old Ice-Maker Can Cause Floor Damage Mr. and Mrs. James Edward McClelland announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Maurice, to Joseph Stockton Rogers, son of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson Rogers of Mena. Miss McClelland, a piano major, Is a graduate of the University of Arkansas where she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. She is presently on the staff of Crusade F o r Christ In Lincoln, Neb. T h e prospective bridegroom w i l l graduate from the School of Architecture at the University in May. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. The wedding will be an event of May 1Z at the First United Presbyterian Church In Fayetteville. Dear HeloisR: ; We have all been told not to go away and leave the water lines to our washing machines on. But, has anyone mentioned turning off the water line to your ice - maker refrigerator? This small water line can do much damage. I know from sad experience. Ours leaked and went all over the floor. I had two beautiful 4^H longhair steer hides on my family room floor that were soaked. Of course. I laid them out on the patio to dry: Then I took them to a taxidermist. But the taxidermist told me, "Never allow animal skins to dry." to bring them to him as soon as possible after becoming wet. He said many beautiful bear rugs, etc., have been ruined by the same mistake. Elsie Ragan Dear Heloise: Young people don't like over- joncerned parents. When my son became old enougli to go out at night, I would wake up leriodlcally. wonder if he hac [otten home and trot to his 'com to check. I finally hit on the idea o caving a small light burning. When I'd wake up, I could'see f the light was on or he had come home safely and had .urned it out. He is 22 now, 6 feet 4 Inches and serving on a submarine, but still not grown enough that Mom doesn't worry when he is home on leave and out later at night. It still work feels . and he never I am checking on him, just that Mom is considerate enough to leave a light for him. I have told many Moms my story, and many a light is on for boys in this town. Jan Perns IMWMIMIIfflHW^ Daily Calendar of Events. Tonight . Chili Supper, St. Joseph's School Cafeteria, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. NWA Association for Retarded Children, First United Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, General Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FA.M., Masonic Temple, 7 : 30 p.m. Engagement Told Alpha Chis Hear Slate Northwest Arkansas Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Club had a coffee and regular monthly meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ray Trammel!. A business meeting was presided over by the club's president, Mrs. C.A. Hughes, Jr. Officers reports were given and the new slate for next year was presented by Mrs. Robert Ut- iiHiiiitiniinniiniiiiiHiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiin Announcements ley. nominating chairman, committee Mrs. Hughes announced that the Province-District meeting for Alpha Chi Omega collegiate chapters and alumnae clubs from Arkansas and Oklahoma will be held on April 7 at the University Club in Tulsa. M r s . George Branigan, retiring president of the house corporation, gave a report and presented new house corporation officers for next year. Mrs. E.J. Ball will serve as president; Mrs. B.W. Miller, vice president; Mrs. Nolan Williams, secretary; Mrs. Albert Baltz, treasurer; and Mrs. · Dick Oliver, Mrs. James Stewart, and Mrs. Trammell, members- at-large. There will be a meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Farmington City Hall for all persons interested in the upcoming election. The bond issue c o n c e r n i n g t h e Farmington Fire Department will be discussed. The meeting is being called by the fire chief, B i l l Andrews. Jack Tidball Post 2722, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, March 5, in the VFW H a l l , City Administration Building for a business session. Pi Beta Phi Mothers Club will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday for a coffee in the home of Mrs. A. D. McAllister Sr., 202 E. Davidson Street. Mrs. P a u l T. Rhodes will be co-hostess. Mrs. Croxton Honored At Shower Mrs. Gail Croxton was honored recently with a surprise pink and blue shower at the h o m e of Mrs. Robert L. Chambers in Springdale. The refreshment table was a large blue in an arrangement of nosegays, miniature storks, rattle, baby powder and other articles. Gifts were displayed under a transparent parasol. Several of the guests were from Fayetteville. Brigadier General (Ret.) and Mrs. Harry A. French of Prairie Grove announce t h e engagement of their daughter, Suzanne, to Gerald M. Tomlinson, son of Mr. a n d Mrs. Dempsey M. Tomlinson of Fayetteville. Miss French and her fiance are both students at the University. The wedding will take place on March 30. centered with candle nestled iiHiiiiiiiiiniHii Births Home Economics Theme Is Told For Annual Meeting Iris Garden Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at SWEPCO. Mrs. Sherman Spyres and Mrs. Leo Peel will be hostesses. : ; Officers Wives Meet For Coffee ' Mrs. Henry Brummelt and Mrs. Paul Vinson were co-hostesses for the February coffee ·.of the Military Officers Wives Club at Mrs. Brummett's home ;Iast week. ' Mrs. Joel Parker, president, .opened the meeting and intro ·duced a new member, Mrs .Chester .Kowalczyk. It was ·announced that Mrs. Robert 'Weiss .will take' over as vice .president, The office was re- :cently held by Mrs. Michael Sullivan. A nominating commit- .tee composed of Mrs. Robert ·Johnston, Mrs. James O'Bryan and Mrs. James Sutherland was ·appointed. At the next meeting on Feb. 27, the group will play ·bridge at the home of Mrs. ^Parker. The Club is organized for wives of all active duty officers in the ar.ea. Any woman interested in further information may call 521-4432 or 443-4835. Stuffed Bananas · 8 Unpeeled bananas, not overripe : 3 Tablespoons powdered sugar V4 cup dark rum ,1'A teaspoons vanilla extract Sigma Alpha Iota Welcomes Member Active and alumnae members pi Sigma Alpha lota, national professional music fraternity, met Thursday evening at the Chambers in a graduate student, was welcomed into the alumnae group with the following officers, officiating at the affiliation service, Elizabeth Howick, president; Beatriz Pilapil. vice president; Sheila Croxton, recording secretary; and Mrs. Chambers, chaplain. A program was. given by Miss Quin, piano, Leigh Burnham, alto recorder, and Jacquelyn Graves " ' " violin, iiome of Karen Springdale. Carol Quin. WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Vantine of Rogers a daughter, Feb. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Rogers of Springdale, a daughter, Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Boyer of Rogers, a son, Feb. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. Wharton of Rogers, a daughter, Feb. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wootton of Fayetteville, a son, Feb. 22. Birthday Noted Friends and relatives helped Mrs. Mark Terrell observe her 99th birthday Saturday at the home of her daughter. Miss Sara Terrell on Hwy. 45. ·Mrs. Terrell was born Feb. 24, 1874 in Oxford, Ala. and reared in the Applachian Mountains. She has made her home with her daughter since Miss Terrell retired as an insurance broker and came to the Fayetteville area. Mrs. Terrell is remembered as a director of a Girl's Camp on Mount Sequoyah which she operated during the 1920s. "Motivation for Involvement" is the theme of the 50th annual Arkansas Home Economics Association to be held March 2 and 3 at the Coachman's Inn in Little Rock. Dr. Ava Rodgers, state leader for home economics, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, said a number of outstanding speakers would develop the theme of motivation. Speakers include Dr. Ruth Hoeflin, associate dean. School of Home Economics, Kansas State University; Josephine Whiteside, consumer specialist, Food and Drug Administration, New Orleans; William" Sonny" Walker, regional director, Office o f Economic Opportunity, Atlanta; Dr. Runyan Deere, state health education leader, Cooperative Extension Service; Sam Harris, public information director, Arkansas Gazette; and Don Walters, Greater Little Rock Presbyterian Council social worker. Special sessions will be held for members of the student section. A feature of the annual meeting will be a reception honoring past presidents at the Ante-Bellum-Georgian a r c h i- tecture Field-Burcham home on Baseline Road in Little Rock. Dear Heloise: For all the girls who make your own bread, here's a helpfu hint. Use honey instead of sugar It tastes better and makes th bread a golden brown. Also use the same spoon to measure out the honey that you use for the shortening or oil. The honey will slip right off the spoon instead of sticking to it. A real time and work saver Stephanie H. Scott Dear Heloise; I sent my husband to the store for baby food and he brought home all the jars in two of the shallow boxes they are displayed in while on the shelves. He eliminated all the Iran sferring that I make of single jars except putting them in the cart. The first place he went was to the baby food departmenl with his empty cart, placcc either empty boxes or almost empty boxes in the cart, thei filled them up. He saved so many steps, right up to putting the boxes on the counter righ under the cupboard they belong in. Dick's Wife SMITH'S Communication 2-Woy Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters IK ttactranfci fine* 1W 520 N. Colleg* HI 3-2222 FM Y««r Ui We Give SH Green Stamps | QUAKER DRUG » E. Center -- 442-424S City Parking Lot In Rear Tuesday Pi Beta Phi Mothers Club, Mrs. A. D. McAllister, Sr., .0 a.m. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon. Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12-noon. Tri Delta Mother's Club, Mrs. Joe Fleming, 12:45 p.m. Chi Omega Alumnae, Mrs. G. L. Byroade, 1:30 p.m. . Modern Literature Club, Mrs. Harold Hantz, 3 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Scout Troop 103, 20 E. Center, 7 p.m. Chess Club, Wesley Foundation, Maple and Leverett, 7 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112 W. Center, 8 p.m. Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon. -; Noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon. Iris Garden Club, SWEPCO, 1:30 p.m. State Calendar Prepared To Include Women's Works flute; Karen White, with Beatriz Pilapil, accompanist, and Mrs. Howick. s o p r a n o , accompanied by Carolyn Hickson. It was announced that Province Day will be April 13-14 in Arkadelphia. The Women's Center ol Fayetleville, c o m p o s e d o f c o m m u n i t y a n d university women interested in furthering women's rights . and providing needed services for 'women, is now in the process of developing a calendar for 1974 created entirely by Arkansas women. It is to include works from women throughout the state. Material needed is art work by Arkansas women with emphasis on women as subject matter. This will include drawings, prints, photographs, paintings, photographs of sculpture and mixed - media w o r k s . Only black and w h i t e material can be used. Excerpts concerning t h e role oS women in Arkansas, including dates and facts relating how women have helped to shape the history and society of Arkansas, and short poetry and prose by Arkansas women with emphasis on women as subject matter is needed. The final date for accepting art work, historical material, April 16, 1973. Works should be mailed to Women's Center, 902 West Maple Street, Fayetteville, Ark. 72701. All works become the property of the Women's Center unless return postage is included. The Center is also asking for financial contributions to help cover the cost of printing, and it is hoped to make the calendar available statewide. Runaway Leader AUSTRIA -- Annemarie Proell, Austria, runaway leader in women's World Cup ski standings, won the giant slalom at the Austrian National Alpine Championships in 1:20.87. Need something 1o wear with slportswear, swim- wear or anytime? Try this kerchief cap, a wonderful cover-up. It comes in assortment of colors and patterns and one size fits $3.00 HANG AROUND IN HIS HEAD Egg whites teaspoon cinnamon " Rinse and wipe the unpeeled bananas, then slit each one the entire length of the curved inside. Carefully remove the banana pulp with a teaspoon and place in a bowl. P u t the banana skins in a plastic bag and refrigerate until needed-for stuffing. Mash banana pulp with potato masher and after broken up add sugar. W h e n pulp is quite smooth, a d d the rum. cinnamon and vanilla. Cover and put in a cool spot for 2 to 3 hours, stirring from time K time. B e a t the egg whites until very firm and delicately fold them into the banana mixture. · Fill each banana skin with stuffing. Reclose the skins as well as possible and place stuffed bananas, curved sides up, on a lightly greased baking dish that will hold them snugly. Place In 350-degree oven and bake 10 minutes, or until the nillnl has puffed nicely and Past Matrons Make Plans Past Matrons Club of University-City Chapter 495, Order of Eastern Star, met Thursday evening with Mrs. Nellvaile Pool. A dessert course in keeping with George Washington's Birthday was served to 18 members. After the club opening, the evening was spent in naming committees and making plans for coming events. The f i r s t will be the annual luncheon honoring the worthy g r a n d matron, Mrs. Lynnette Collums on April 28 at the Temple. 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