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League Programs Set For Week ERAaction" a new slate program aimed a l ' changing specific Arkansas tows which discriminate on the basis ot scv will be Ihe topic for unit meetings of the Washington County League of -Women Voters. These 3a\vs, rather than the E R A , - w i l l bs the main focu? of ; League lobbying efforts in the 19V7 Arkansas General Assembly by League members. The meetings '.will emphasize Hie various discriminatory,laws which have been identified and all' interested persons are in- Viled to a I Lend, The meeting dales and places are: Mrs. Anita. Bukey, 1403 Mcadowclitf, 8 p.m. Tuesday: Mrs. Doris Wigglesworlh, 1910 Austin^ .3:30 a.m. Wednesday Mrs. Virginia Fowler, . 1500 Cleveland, 1:15 p.m. Thursday Arkansas Union, Room 312, il:30 to 1:30 p.m. Thursday Arfeatuaa (Limit or MEN Saturday, April 24, 1976 · 5 MiMiniHDiiiniiiH Shiny SofrHair Comes From Oi Symposium Underway Bill Flimuner, vprcsident of the Southern Chapter of Ihe American Institute nf Floral Designers, shows a floral arrangement lo Mrs. Clara'Man- ning, director of the symposium M'htch ulll conclude here Sunday. The" four-tiny event, with (he Ihcme "America the .Beautiful" has alEracled mots (him 100 floral designers and retailers from across (he nation. The sessiijiis are being held at tlic Arkansas Union and highlighting the activities Is a mock wedding show set for 8 o'clock tonight at the Arkansas Union which is open to the', public. (TIMESphctlrj by Ken Good) .Bridal Party Is Event Of Friday Spring Fling Planned By Churchwomen Spring Fling, annual fund raising event by the C h u r c h women of SI. Thomas Episcopal Church in. Springdale, will be held Saturday, May 1. at the church, 1800 Sisco Stret. House and garden plants seedlings, boutique items, origin at art by Mrs. Clyde Martin and Mrs. John Coari. will be offered for sale, Hours of Ihe Spring Fling are 8 a . m . uniil 3 p.m., and the public is invited to attend. 'Mr. and Mrs..David Randolph James Jr.^ ot El Dorado entertained in the Terrace Room of the Holiday Inn Friday; night, h o n o r i n g their son, Richard Kent James, and his f i a n c e , Miss Deverlv Anne Gray foil owing the rehearsal lor their wedding which will be an event of this aftrnobn. Tables ."were." decorated -with ·Victorian, five-branched hurri ca tie candcl ahra filled with V'hite freosia, while and spring green star-burst. Fuji Poms, with gypsophilia and cultured vari- gatcd ivy and Springri- ferns The candelabra .were . lighted with white" tapers. Places were marked by while cards decora ted with pale green satin ribbon and t i n y silk flowers.. t PHces \\ero set for the guests of honor anrl Mrs William James Stocker, Mrs. William H Beescn, Mr. and Mrs. Charle. Hcnrj CrrFU Jr Mrs L G Bumpers. Mr. and Mrs. William Clarence Whitfield, Miss Cind Whitfield. Mr. and Mrs. Artlnr C. Davis. Jeff Davis, Rick? Davis. Miss .Ian Davis, Mr. anc Mr. Arthur ,C. Davis. Jr. Mrs. David Randolph Jame: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Henry Callaway, "Mrs. Jack McCulla Callaway, Miss Amy Callawaj Mr. anri Mrs. Cheslcy Pruci Miss Ann Pruci, ' Dr. Joe Cooper Mr ana! Mrs Rand JH mcs. M r. and M rs. Ra -Bunch, Norman Bryant, Mit Robin Wren, Mr. and Mri Cooking Chinese Demonstrated To League Members of the Junior Civ 'League met earlier (his wee Jn the home o' Mrs. Bill Yon km u i i h Mrs Bil' Cannon Mr Pearl CLinehens ami Mrs. Ric ard Roesslcr as co-hostesses. Mrs. Yien-f T» gave an, I c r e s t i n g demon st ration Chinese conking and the foe p r e p a r e d was served members. , ; '· ';Mrs. Harrison 'Butler Inlroclucnd as a new membe iand Mrs. .Gordon Long, pi going president, installed f h ,nc\v officers for Ihe com! year. They arc Mrs. Geor :Cole Jr,, president; Mrs. Clnii Prcwill, vice president; M John P. Reed, recording seer , l a r y ; Mrs. Dale Christy, corro ponding secretary and'Mrs, B Fields, treasurer. : ; -- Plans were made for annual progressive dinner members nnd husbands to held May 18. arles Hnery ' G r a y / I l l , Jim brilloii, Miss Fran Craig r and Mrs. .Button ?Nobles ck Calhaon Charles Calla Miss Kattn Woodward Miss Laura Wilson. Richard oore, ncey ayes, Mi', anrf" .Mrs. Larry Mr. and Mrs. : Rick Miss Jan Stripling, litncy Morgan, Mr., a rid; Mrs, Hurinicult;' Mr.- a n d - Mrs, ran! Elcan David Alphm hn Kassos. Mr. and Mrs. Edard S. Davis, Mr. and Mrs rt'P.' Evans, Dr. and Mrs. lornas Moseley, Mr.'and Mrs. arvey Wright Jr.. Mrs. James Garrison, arid Mr. and Mrs. amcs'H: Nobles. American Sampler Presented To Teachers Group An American Sampler" as the name, of the script ol Readers' Theater "production resented-to the Delta Kappa amma Society a t . its Am-.l nceting at- Wyalt's Cafeteria, he theme, of the meeting war Women Becoming." The script as based , on the lite-, end arcer of Miss.Sophia Sawyer ducalor from N u England ho established Miss Sophia awyer's Female Seminary 11 In "'ayeUeville. The script, researched ' and rilleh by Mrs. Mary Ingalls ith assistance from the Wash- n g I fl n County Historical ocicU, uas nordcd m the M.le f the New England Primer, Icmbers of the cast -besides Ira/ Ingalls were Mrs. Emily ,larti, Mrs, Penelope Fox, Mrs. Grace Lau'son, Mrs. Helen Andrew, Mrs, Freda Bradley, and Mrs. Carolyn Thorn, all in appropriate costume. In the discussion that followed he program it was discovered thai a Mrs. Freyschlog, greai- randmother of a member ol he Society/Mrs. Ruth Cearley, haci been a pupil of Miss Sawyer. During Ihc business meeting officers for Ihe next two ycavs were clecled, including Miss Marcclla Gridcr, president; M r s / M a r y Lou Miller, first vice president; Mrs. Joyce LeFebre, second vice president; Dr. Doris Cook, recording secretary; Miss Patricia . Jackson, corresponding secretary. Six new members were voted into the Society. Tables" were decorated with fresh flowers and large dolls Delta Gamma Alums To Honor Seniors The FajeUeulIe Chapter Delta Gamma Alumnae .11 honor Ehe graduating seniors o the -Alpha Omega'' Chapter o the'"University of Arkansas a a swimming party May 2, tron 2'-to 5 'p.m; at the home o Mrs. Evelyn Hoffman 2116 DC Avenue, Springdale. The seniors of ilie Kayette ille chapter are B e c k \ Bea ley, Joyce Bradley, Terri Go! dard. Jan Henry, Beth Hensley Teresa Hunter. Melissa Keeliri Kelly King, Leah May, Mil Moore Phjllis Piper Pal Rasberry, Siste Reed, : Tei Reynolds, Elaine Smith, Sara Swain, Pain Summers, Sus Talbol. Debbie Thompson, Co nie Tucker andi.Rila McBucne A dinner will' be served 1 the alumnae lo Ihe seniors, an all Delta Gamma Alumnae a invited. The local chapter- recent celebrated.its 46th.year on I Campus of the University Arkansas. It is one of the earliest sororities chartered" al the University car Friends: I have lo tell you something bout how 1 condition my hair. 1 have long thick hair, almost wn to my 'waist ... when I n find m y - w a i s t . Girls with irg huir know what a problem is to keep it in good condition, IL seems that. - the Lop gets [y while the ends are dry, lien is about normal from hat 1 hear. I really got tired of buying xpensive conditioners so I ame upiwilh my own, When I wash my hair in the torn ing, I do this the night c-fore. I use baby oil. I pour miG on about Ihe boUom four r five inches and rub it In hen I put my hair up in « im and go to steep. In the morning I wash ' my air. You will have to snampoo real well to get most of the il out. You can sort a tel ccause the wet hair won't fee! oo gummy, When 1 dry my hair tt t u r n s ul beautifully. It's soft anc h m y . It,is usually belter afler ",e second washing. Also, when I am in a hurry just rub some baby oil ot i e "ends before 1 1 .wash il an w o r k s veil I onl do Ibis ice or twice c\er t w o weeks I. think ' y o u 'will like th esulls. [ know 1 you c a n get a ho 1 treatment tor your hair, bu f you are like me, 1 neve: seem to gel'around to acluall; doing il. Just ! i k e , l plan t' condition my hair for an hou and never wait thai long. :lf you have really ;dry, hard ,o manage hair, you might Ir Ihis -suggestion. Put a tenspoo o f - baby oil in your shampo and shake well. Minerva. Hernandez sent this hint , and said .that he laughter's hair was absolute! beautiful, and you will real be able to notice the ditferenc in three weeks. Well, I hope you can use th and that it helps you. We.all know tbat.mayonnai f not' salad dre ssing) '· is ' a · g r e home treatment; ,bul .baby i works well loo and jou don Pi Phis Note Day A l u m n a e , chapter members and pledges of Pi Beta nbserml KouiHinrs Hay last week at the chupter house. Hos- .esscs were Mrs. James Romine, Mrs, Mike Hopkins! and Mrs. Steve Smith. Helen Help Us- QuinJ Wants To Know Is Leap Year Necessary? I. know J u l i u s Caesar-, reformed the calendar to include a' February 20 every four years (though I've never figured o u I'. why) But who started the custom of women proposing to men,' in Leap Year? -- QUINT Q U I N T : - · · ' · ' . : Female aggression may have got Us start back in the J2QOv wben the Scottish Parliament passed 3 law forbidding any man 1 to turn down a woman \vbo proposed to him during Leap Year. Penalty for rejection was the equivalent of £50B. ; Ah," Women's Rights -- you've slid a hit since.thenL--HELEN-. NOTE FROM SUE:. We got this little gem from "The Family, Economist." an Institute of Life Insurance newsletter, Here i* s,orrn more rial* on the incidence an* m e r i t s of mar- "Ccniury os Pi Phis" skit was | riaf , ei ^ assembled by the Institute: presented by alumnae ' f r o m , Some lwo m \\\\ m marriages look place last year, and many. Mrs. David o[ t ^ cse wre r e m a r r i a g e s : abouL three in ten in a recent sur-_ each decade with McNair narrating. Mrs. Joe mell like a salad. - Heloisi ear Heloise: If a mere man may suggcs solution to the problem of oken permanent stays , on irt collars; Purchase slays tend iron-on ending tape from your sewing nter. With a sharp razor ade, carefully slit Hie under liar about half Hie length of e broken stay. Don't come iy closer lo the collar point nd iron on the mcn'ding tape cover the slit. The mending (ape should be near malch lo Ihe shirt color, rim il carefully so as not to ome close enough to the collar oint lo show. My wife approves of thi s uggestion. --; B. Frank Lewis ·ear Hcloisc: I would very much like lo liarc a dual hint regarding ough hands and knitting, I have discovered t h a t if you ·car fine nylon gloves on your ough hands, you riot only save our knitting from rubbing, but. . sure helps to keep your work lean especially if jou are sirrg light colors. = -- Mrs. -M. Buchanan )ear Heloise; When heMting ;milk , for :hol ihocolate or creamed * dishes iuch as corn'.or white sauce, run a little water into the pan "irsl and then pour il out. You'll find the pan will be easier : 16 clean later, I spent many hours scouring refore finding this out, -- Sadie ".·aze Dear Heloise: 1 have a place In my cup board where ·! keep my baking dishes. On the inside of th a door put cup hooks in a row. I hanj my plastic measuring cups am measuring spoons c*i the hooks My utensils are all in one spo when I start to bake. Sure more convenient. -- C.N.H. Upchurch provided appropriate uAino music. M r s . Rotniuu, representing Ihe founders, wore a dress of that period, Karen Phillips was dressed in a 1920s model, Mrs. Ed GillespEe ot Springdale in the style of '.he thirties, Mrs. David Meldrum, Mrs. James Moore and Mrs. Ann Van Eaton the forties, Mrs. Peter Estcs Jr., Ihe fifties, Mrs. Smith, the sixties, and Kathy Finkbeiner, the seventies. Miss Karen Kennedy find Miss Susan DeBurk conducted a candlelight ceremony in memory of, the founders ol the sorority. After dinner, Miss Kennedy gave a tribute lo loyalty. Miss Linda AIcDaniel a toast to wine Special awards went (o Miss Kennedy, Ihe 'Amy B u r n h a m Onken award; Miss Susan Walls Ligon, chapler service award; Mrs. Bass Trumbo, the Mary Campbell Gregory alum hae award, and Miss Allison Wood, Miss Pani Massc-nbury a n d ' Miss Mary Ann Faulkei were recognized as outstanding .seniors. A highlight of the -- .-,, ,, . evening \sas the presentation of a floral arrangement to Mrs; Herman uck recognizing her 50 years s .a member of Pi Beta Phi. on April 15, vev. (Alternate life styles ARE making a dent, however: The' number of marriages in the U.S. dropped nearly three, p e r : cent in the 12-month period ending last August -- the first significant decline since World War II.) ; If marriage is good lor'men, in terms of health, it is also good for women. According lo government slalislics, married, women's lifespans are longer than those of unwed women. A University of Michigan study found that marriage practically triples chances of career success for men. Marriage can also aid a "woman's business ; successes. Researcher Dr. Margaret Henm'ng of Boston's Simmons College, reports that women whose careers were started while they were, single often rise lo top management after marriage. According to another University study, married 'p ersons ' bcih male and female, are happier with their work, fn the -IS-! and-over age group, they were five times more conslanl in their jobs lhan were the unmarried toilers. ; . : K all that .isn't enough, please note marriage may keep a^ man out of jail. Males who remain single are more apt to get, involved in criminal aclivilies. ; On the down side, though, remember Nietzsche's quote: "»! married couples didn't live together, happy marriages would be. more frequent." And then there's Zsa Zsa who said, "A m a n ; in love is incomplete until he weds. Then he's finished!" -'. Gelling back too Leap Year, it really doesn't matter: a worn-" an might as well propose -- any year -- for her husband will, claim she did anyway. : RAP: My daughter is 2.4, unmarried, and not even worried about it. She says smart females wait till their laic ZOs to decide on one man, and adds that almost·50:per cent of women now remain single until.they are between 20 and 24. She'll have a lot better chance of avoiding divorce this way, she insists. What do, you think? -- WORRIED MOM MOM I'm with your daughter. Why jump into marriage before jou re ready majnlj to placate worried parents' With manv Lions Ladies To Meet On Monday Night The next meeting pr v ' l h e Evening Lions' Ladies ivill be icld'at the borne of Mrs. John Sturgeon, Highway 45 East, on Monday," April 26, at 7:30 p.m. Parents Club Hears Dr. Hassel Indian Culture Discussed By Young Indians Co-hostesses will be Mrs. John E. Fox and Mrs. Clare Vcriema; The speaker will be Mayor Marian Orion. All interested Lions Ladies are urged lb attend. If you have any questions .with regard to membership, please c a l l Mrs, A.T. McDaniel, 442-8598 Announcements d r e s s e d Bicentennial coslumns. Hostess .Chuirman was Mrs. Pauline Galloway. I E . Northwest Arkansas Cat Club' is sponsoring a contest for the most photogenic' felines Open to all cat fanciers, photos may be mailed to the club a Route 9, Box 43A, Fayelleville. For more detailed infor mation, cat lovers may cal Vicky at 521-2400 or 443-2463 fo rules and information. American Society for Quality Control, Northwest Arkansas "hapler, will meet at fi:3fl p.m. Vlnnday for a tour of Standard Register plant. Members of Montessori Children's House Parents Club met earlier this week at-SWEPCO Hospitality Room. Sabra Stair Hassel, Ph,D, : was guest speaker. Dr. Hassel is « clinical psychologist who recently opened a practice in Fayetleville. Her work involves psychotherapy with adults-and children, psy chological e\aluations maritaE and famil counseling fcnd con suHalion services in two area schools. Her research interests mve focused on child development and learning. Dr. Hassel spoke on "disci jline," as requested by the parents group. She slated (ha there ore three basic methods parents use la guide a child's b e h a v i o r ; reinforcement punishment or modifying somi aspect of arranging the en vironment. The problems am advantages of using each ,o those disciplinary measure were discussed and behttviora examples at different develop-1 m e n t a l stages were given. The next meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 17, at Monlessori Children's House, 213 Summit. Dona Spitzer and Judy Robinson, directness and co-directress of (he school, will . .Sunita Pradeep Josh rE Vihila Paralkar, tw he was' initialed 926. Local Woman Participates In Bowling tour Arkansas high school men remaining bachelors until their 30s these d a \ s shell still hale good choices -- when the time comes -- H t L t N NOTE FROM SUE: Why worry about your'daughter if shB'isn t worried? Some people (like me) a r e ready for marriage al 20. Be glad she's enjoying Hie, and don't get pushy! Others aren't. fflr'!!nnir'if:::.iii[rii: : ;i,:i:;ii::!r.T;s'!i.'T:i : r, EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUBS "The Uriwalched Pot 1 ' was the program when c l u b members 7net Tuesday al I h e ^ c l u b , house Mrs Penny Storms ot [raduates won slate ^owlwg the Ozark£ E]ectnc Cooperative in the Southeastern Corporations discussed types of All Amenta Youth slow cookers to bus the use Championships Tour- c a r e , . a n d storage anc sponsored by the distributed recipes for slow Bowling ^Council ^,nd coo ^ ers National conducted by the Bowling Pro p r i c I o r s ' Associalion of ' Twenty-Five p e r s o n s were present with guests from Savoy America, to be held at ' Pike Lanes in North Little Rock,! Highland ^ a n d .Wheeler, club Juh 15 16 and 1? The A r k a n an d Mrs Eunice Spauldmg sas \oulh BottleK will compete FajPl[e vil]e with contestants from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, F o l l o w i n g Ihe program luncheon was .served.and giff from secret friends were ex changed. A gin of foam egg covered with checked gingham Mrs. and M oung worn usbunds are graduate students, t the University ot Arkansas,! vere guest, speakers al Ihe Apri I mee ti rig o t Sigma Con- lave, Kappa Kappa Inla, at the i ome of Mrs. James Modisette, 'hey discussed the culture find customs of India as they know M i s s i s s i p p i , North Caro lina, South Cajoling and Tennessee Janet Sherman of Fayelleville in a decorated basket totaled a higher handicap score presented to the prpsidenl thun the lup other women in tvhae Rock Club, ^ba Jo An her division k win the handicap derson, and another .to crown. S h e l l s .a. g'raduate of Storm: iPMMMranuTOiiimiinffliiniiiiLiiM BUCKNER. The April meeting was held I the Fellowship Hall at Ihe aptisL Church with four i embers: and one · · . - g u e s t resent. Mrs. ' Helen ' McCarly gave evotions and plans were made the upcoming council meeting Mrs Nell Hughes w a s losless arid the next meeting vill be held May 21 with Mrs; "ladys Hawkins as hostess^ Mrs,;Mary Drak« GOSHEN The April meeting' w as held i n ' t h e - h o m e of:Mrs; ; Dale Gas- fon with 11 members"und thre« guests present, Mrs. Connie Reed,'president, Mrs. -Eleanor Bensen and Mrs. Gaslon conducted routine club business, and ;a program '.on 'Wajs \\ith Homemade Mixes' was presented. Refreshments were served iby the hostess. . Fayelteville. High 'School and , ., . -- - , r i l en from India whose, currently carrying a 152 a^er Vnnners of each division m the I e g i o n a 1 Tournament w i l l advance to the National AAYBC tournament i n : San Francisco, Calif., August Jl-15. Contestanls must wrile essay of 500 words or At Ihe business meeting, i was announced that (he Counl; Council meeting will be h e 1 this month and the stale meeting will be held Fayelleville in June Mrs. Anderson appointed th nominaling committee com 'posed of M r s . Elsie Dove an chairman, Mrs. Vera Elkin on and Mrs Pauline Paul hem 01 the «m. the national Why I Would Like To Win A i TMhe next meeting i l l j.nmpn t rn«itnmi» tlicu .tairi Rn.i.lino Rnh^l-ircKln ' lol-ji . ' ., ., iiit-cinifc, nin women s costume, they said Bowling -iiiiiiiiiiiS Daily Calendar Of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. · - Al-Anon, Wiggins Melhodisl Church, 7 p.m. Single Adult Fellowship ,UArk 'Lanes, 7:30 p.m. Ballroom Dance CJub, Springdale Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School CafeLorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio your 2-W» Hull* He*dqu«r1en In II*tr^«HC« MH«« )*· »» N. CO)l«f. 442-2231 Fer Y«ir Prmrlptwn N*»di SM Ul QUAKER DRUG B E. C*»t*r - Wi-4241 C*y PirtiBj Lot IK Keir give a workshop for parents on Monlessori materials. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. N'issim Garti of Faycttevillc, a daughter, April 20. Mr. and Mrs. James Meredith Jr.. of FayetteviUc, a daughter, April 20. Mr. and Mrs. William Minor of v ayelteville, a son. April 20, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith of Bridge News ADULT CENTER Earl Thornton and Mrs Jessie Dritt were fir^t anc Springdale, a daughter, 20. Sunday ' : ,;'. ' - i Single Atlull Fellowship, Bonanza, Springdale, 9:30 a.m. ' Kansas Club, Ozarks Electric, 1 p.m. . Iowa Club, I^Marqiiis Rcslauranl, Rogers, 1 p.m. '''[' Duplicate Bridge.Club, Boss Building,'1:30 p.m. Rcrf Cross Annual Meeting, City Library, 2 p.m. '., Mortar Board Alumnae, Mrs. David McNair, 4:30 p.m,-t:X April Mr. «nd Mrs. Michael Barnes of Fayetleville, April 22, daughter, second place winners in the Adult Center Bridge party this week. Other winners. were Mrs. Ann I.auderdate, Mrs. Mazelle Fet ter and Mrs. Margaret Bell. Persons 50 years ot age o older are invited to attend th activities at the Adult Cente and further information 3 available by calling 413-3512. dressy ones were, usually made ot silk, sometimes'hand-woven, while others- were made' of cotton or nylon. When a g i r l marries it is customary for her mother to give her an uneven number of ,siaris f depending 'on the social class. Some give nine, some-eleven -- ,lhe very puor might give three. A wedding cnain - ol black beads worn around the neck is customary rather than a wedding ring. Invitations to social events are never sent by mail or given over the telephone, but must be given in person by word-ol-moulh. This i become a time-consuming ;k, since as many as a thous- d" guests is not unusual for middle class wedding. A gift rice accompanies an invi ion to a wedding, Many holidays and festivals e celebrated in India, of whid Welcome to Spring (estiva an important one. ' Dr. Jane Treat, state presi nt of Kappa" Kappa Iota tended the meeting and sn^k icily on membership, A nominating commilte imposed of Mrs. Marie Rouse rs. Susan Young and Mrs arie Strong was appointed b e tiding president, Mrs. Theo ora Hallin. Refreshments were served b ic hostess, assisted by M r oshi and Mrs. Paralkar, The next meeting Mill be inner on May 20. college entrance test obtain a principal's recommendation and have their high school:, transcript and class r a n k ; May II ll«r " Special Offer to Our Readers the Nursery Home Garden Center 2500 Johnson Ro*d 5Z1-4401 Dogwood and Pecan Trees many varieties, many prices 5-Volume HeloiH Library Only $6.95 Now through Tlw Nonhw«A Ark- uiu« TlMEjE you can tt\ HtMse's dene library -- 5 book* LotalEnz L,OM pajes. *13 In a. JiaudJomA slip a iSouund Xridve- H*J(«5 Up*, b'da for the who! i Youll |et over irapirfd , \f.t4 · and u boo*«: _ _ Hints Helolw'i KiUtrcn Hind HHcU« At! Around T*« KouM Htloiw't Work i Monej' Sjvtn · Held* 1 ! KmU For Worked Send $(,»a plus 55c for postage nd bandllag ($7,S« tolal^ for "Hlotse Library" (o Arkansas TIMES, c/o Newspaper Book Service, Dcpf. AR4E, 485 Madison Avenue, New York, N'. Y, 10022, Us* iu rills (o friends, relatives. Mil Of 11J ». nnf "* **" W * We are now unpacking at another shipment of RED EYE Blouses - Tops - Skirts a picnic in Pon Roosevelf Divorced POUGHKEEPSIE,' N.Y. (AP)' -- Franklin - Defeno Roosevelt Jr. has been divorced by h i s \\ifc Felicia in a court action not far from the family's famous Hyde Park estate. She was his third wile. The 61-year-old s ; o n of this late president was. not 'present when the "decree'was issued in Duchess County Supreme. Court _hcre Wednesday. ' EARS PIERCED FREE ^.24' With fhe purchase of a pair of Coro 14 kf. gold earrings ot 20% savings. Spring Sale Speciol U Reg. 12.00. Vi Buy this lovely pair of 14 kt. gold earrings and have your ears pierced free. A trained Coro technician will be in the jewelry department, Salurday, 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Parental consent required for those under 18 yean old. Boston Store III

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