Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1969 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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Hints From Heloise-Reader turns Old Plastic flowers Into Decorations Dear Heloise: If you have plastic flower* 1 or leaves that you no longer care to use. you can turn them into beautiful party decorations or table centerpieces. Cut or tear circles of thin aluminum foil. and wrap each flower petal or leaf, pressing firmly to bring out any identifications or lines from the plastic onto the foil. Then wrap foil around stems, and a tired old plastic flower becomes a sparkling new silver one. This works best on broad- leafed petals. I covered plastic roses and put them in a scarlet vase. They were very striking. MISS ELAINE KEOWN ...to wed Gerald S. Garfinkel _ ,, meei. I thnk yw are the cleverest one. die of the bite wouU fit i«M NW*«M* u «f khaet! Heloise 'Now H no danger The*! silver flower and leaves are beautiful at showers, weddings and anniversary cele- H. Gunning Dear Heloise: My ton has to (tore his bi cycle in our garage, and it is forever falling over or being knocked down. It was really a trial until my husband came up with what I think is a very Mrs. Dear Heloise: I have a real good hint to share with you when serving gelatin to small children. I very quickly and neatly cut it into bite-sized pieces with my potato masher. It looks real pretty and is perfect for the little ones who might otherwise have trouble getting it on their spoon. A Reader Well "Bless Bess." Wonder il anyone else ever thought ol of that? What a timesaver when lever idea. He took one of the metal lamps (the kind that hold my mops and brooms in the clean- ig closet) and solved the pro- lem once and 'for all. He measured tht height of the bike when standing and placed he broom-holder where the han upr!|btw«b being knocked Lillian LETTER OP UUGflTE* Dear Heloise: I work my finfers to the bone and what do I have to show for It? BONY FINGERS! Mis. M Dear Folks: Let's get down to Inspecting the cord on our electric mixers today--bet you will find them soiled, 'specially in that little groove where the two cords are connected. Dried chocolate ic ing, cake mixes, etc. Never mind about that guilt We Invite You To Drivo In and Try SKELTANE Another Famous Skelly Product WEIR'S SKELLY SS Phone 44J-MS* IMf · IS mother-uvlaw call* OB you and uiesn? Hftoise ADVBMUaaCNT- GETTING UP HlfiHTS Common KWiny «r burning or Itc and dwr. complex. I had one too when 1 looked at mine. Try as I mffht I Just couldn't get that little groove clean with a wet tonge, so. · · · I took a little pan of warm ater and suds and being very ireful NOT to get the plug n the water (leave it hanging xnside the flass, pan or fruit ar). folded the cord and let set in the pan of warm suds bout IS minutes. With a swipe of a sponge and dry cloth, it's clean -- slick s a whistle. Why not get that one litle ob done today before your SKELTANE and SKELLY PRODUCTS Available »t BO'S SKELLY SERVICE The Home of The tt,»W Mile Guaranteed TuaeUp Uncoadttloaal Replacement M Parts aadLabor IN N. College "·-- ' nly Skelly offers you a cho gasolines at 5 prices, ini of Elaine Keown Engaged To New York Man Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keown of 123 S. North Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas, announce the engagement of their daughter. Elaine, to Gerald S. Garfinkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gar finkel of Loch-Sheldrake, New York. The bride-elect, a junior at the University of Illinois, is a member of Alpha Lamda Delta. She was a National Merit Finalist in her senior year at Stephen F. Austin High School, Mr. 'Garfinkel holds an M. A. degree from Columbia University and a Ph. D. degree from "Cornell University. He is assistant professor of mathe- matics at the University of Illinois at Urbana. The couple plans a J u n e wedding in Champaign, 111. Siloam Club Chooses Name SILOAM SPRINGS -- "Entre Nous" is the name chosen for Siloam's new Junior Fortnightly Club. The name was selected a't a meeting of the new members last week at the City Administration building.. A discussion also was held regarding city projects with which the club could help. Janice Mounger and Sammye Gunter installed the officers, who are Mrs. Shirley Dilbeck, president; Mrs. Kathryn Swindle, vice president: Mrs. Sharon Ricker. secretary; Mrs. Lexe Bcal, treasurer; Mrs. Alecia Wesner, critic, Mrs. Diane Sim mons, historian and Mrs. Am Morris, parliamentarian. THIS IS A MULTIPLE CHOICE AD Check The Headline Which Best Describes Your Problem... J1. You need a larger home but you don't know where to turn. O2. You need a belter ear hut you don't know where to get it. QS. You need a better Job but you don't know where to find it. n 4. You need to hire a secretary but you don't know where to find the right one. 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COOK PAINT With today's wide choice of anginas, many car owners want--and need--more than two gasoline grades to choose from. That's why Skelly now brings you 5 different grades--including 4 with Keotane--that match power with price] One is exactly right for yoor carl See your Skelly dealer now and save! Remember... Skeltane for economy plus 4 "step-up" grades with Keotane, the original cleaning gasoline!

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