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Â·HtlllHIIIHMmMIIIIMii ..... Â«lÂ»llÂ«^ T-ry WOMEN Thursday, April 25, 1974 9 3 IMIIllllllllllllltllllllillB^ Education Wives Have Lawn Party Education Wives held a lawn party at the George Moo.-e residence on Soring Street iii.iirday afternoon, April 20. The unusual setting is particularly aV ic-live at this time of yeai with a z a l e a s , dogwood, wild h y a c i n t h s columbine a n d creeping and wild phlox ill in bloom. The lure of the gushing spring drew the guests to that spectacular and historic site, as it has drawn people since the early 12th century when it v, ^ used as a campground by the Osage Indians. Sinc,e then it has seen the Cherokees and Shawnees, a Civil War battle, und gave haven to refugee northern sympathizers on their flight north in 1862. It was the site of the first settlement of F.ny- etteville and was its water supply. The first owner was a Â·surveyor named McGarrah who received the spring and Garden Club Receives Honor '- Iris Garden Club h e l d its [April meeting last Wednesday ',at the City Library with Mrs. ^Robert Hursh as hostess. Thir- Â·teen members and a guest, [Mrs. Lola McFarland, attended. . -Mr. Helen Miller introduced 'Mrs. McFarland, who presented the program on needlecraft, modeling a number of knitted garments and displaying bar- rgello pillows made in her shop. Â·She demonstrated the bargello 'stitch and assisted members in learning the art. ; A business meeting followed. ; _Mrs. I. J. Kirkpatrick reported 'on the district convention she attended in Russellville. Mrs. .'Curtis Crouch, Mrs. T. Ewing iShelton, Mrs. M. 0. Ramay and ;Mrs. C. K. Jonts reported on the state convention held in -Little Rock which they attended ;on April 1, 2 and 3. *. Mrs. Crouch, president, reported that the club received ithe '"standard of excellence and the standard of excellence with '.honors." The group voted in favor of ;the carrying of liability in- .'surance by the City Council of [Garden Clubs for tours and pil- Jgrimages to be held in the future. Â·'Â· The president asked members ito bring materials and containers to the May meeting to inake terrariums. suATOunding land in pa/ment Tor his services. The Moores bought the site eleveji years ago and have preserved its beauty and unspivled uilural cnarm. According to Mrs. Moore, the spring has a ?ood constant flow of water iven in the dry season Gco.- ogists date the rocks as some of the oldest in the state and speculate that the origin of the s p r i n g is somewhe p e in Missouri. Feaured during the meeiing was a terrarium planting demonstration by Jane Guyton. She explained that when constructing a terrarium. one is creating a microcosm of nature in an enclosed self-sustuining environment, and one snould draw on nature's methods and experience to assist. Tlw com plete terrarium was *von by Betty Smith. Punch and desserts were served by the co-hojtesses, Francos Moore and Maiy klol- comb, who were assisted by Sue Cook, Mildred Vescclani, Janet Crochran, Betty Phelp'i and Barbara Moore. Clu.b president Pat :oriish conducted the business meeting and election of officers U the 1974-75 school year wnj arc Jackie Ya'owitz president; Be? Allen, vice president; Lawanda VValtman, secretary-treasurer; and Jane Guyton, reporier-m's torian. Bridge News FAYETTEVILLE Â· Mr. and Mrs. Joe S''ot'. were first place winners in Sii'i-j afternoon bridge games at the Legion Hut. Winning second ;place were Bob BorengAsser and Walter Pupko, and third : place went to Mrs. Robert E. Â·Brown and Mrs. E. L. McNally. In Monday night games, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. McNailv won first place, tying for secoad and third places were Mrs J. A. :Laner and Mrs. Norman Mj- .Cartney with Joe Scott and Bob Borengasser. Mrs. Roy Ba.-bee and Mrs, Richard Johanso i won fourth place aiid James Pate and Robert Woolbright r;cc-ved fifth place. mini Favorite Recipies POTATO-BACON BREAD 1 Cup mashed potatoes 1 Tbsp. butter or margarine 1 Cups all-purpose flour 2 Tbsp. sugar I Teaspoon salt 1 Pkg. active dry yeast 1 Egg 3 Tbsp. bacon-flavored vege table-protein bits, or I slices About 4 hours before serving or early in day: 1. In small saucepan, hea mashed potatoes with butter or margarine and % cup wate until very warm (120 to 13 degrees), stirring frequently. 2. In large bowl, combine cup flour, sugar, salt and yeast Add egg and mashed-potato mixture; with mixer at medium speed, beat 2 minutes, oc casionally scraping bowl. Will spoon, stir in bacon, then remaining 1 cup flour. 3. Cover bowl with towel; ^ rise in warm place (80 to 8,' degrees), away from draft until doubled, about 1 hour a 15 minutes. 4. Grease well a deep !',, quart casserole or souffle dish With spoon, stir down dough Place dough in casserole shaping so that the center i: slightly higher than the sides Cover with towel; let rise in warm place (80 to 85 degrees) away from draft, until doubled about 1 hour and 15 minutes. 5. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake bread 30 to 4 minutes until golden, and breac sounds hollow when lightl' tapped with fingers. Will spatula, loosen bread from sides of casserole; remove from casserole and cool on wire rack Makes 1 loaf. GRAND OPENING BRIDES W O R L D . . . April 26 and 27 President Mrs. Graham, stale president, will preside over business hirelings, when Kappa Join convenes in Little Rock Friday. Teach PI ers an Meeting The Kappa state Kappa convention of Iota, a national .eacher's organization, will be leld in Little Eock Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Twila Marie Graham, state president from Little Rock, will preside over the Business meetings, and Mrj Helen Arlitt is to be genera: chairman for the convention. \ special dinner will he hek Friday night for attending members, and the business meetings will be concluded -n Saturday with a luncheon Highlighting the convenlion is the attendance of the national president, Mrs. Corena Mitchell of Guntersville, Ala., who will install the newly elected of. ficers for 1974-75. Attending the convention at delegates from Psi Conclave ol Fayetteville will be Mrs. Jane Greathouse, elect; Mrs. League Reaffirms Status The League o( Women Voters of Arkansas will nol participate n uny petition drive In which myment is made for signatures or payment Is mude to those circulating liie petitions. This decision was made by members attending the ninth League of Vomcn Voters Couneil In W a g n o 11 a last weekend. Although the League supports ho initiative as a method ot facing an amendment on Die jaltol, and supports petitions as viable method of expressing citizens' opinions on public ssues," Mrs. Rohbln C. Anderson of Fayettcville, president of he Arkansas League, said, "tlie League also believes that ayment f o r , signatures is contrary to the purpose of the n i 11 a t i v e and referendum, Volunteers w h o circulate Millions do it because they believe in the value of the issue y are promoting whereas those circulating petitions for money arc doing it for reasons other than conviction. The League recognizes that by making such a decision there may well be limes when it will be unable to circulate petitions for an issue it supports, but we are convinced Ibal the right to petition for redress of grievances is too important a -political process to have its value jeopardized by the purchase of signatures." At its Magnolia meeting, the League also reaffirmed its status as a non-partisan organization. "Although the League is non-partisan and neither supports nor opposes any candidate, or party," Mrs. state president Paul Cunningham and Mrs. Elwayne Galloway Mrs. Henry Hallin will repre sent Sigma Conclave, and Dr Jennie Lou Milton, past nationa iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiininnwiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii! EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB Mrs. Anderson Mrs. liohliln C. Amlcrxon, president of the Arkansas League of \Vomcn Voters, presided at the Voters Council in Magnolia last weekend and will attend the national convention in May. Anderson said, each member actively in the choice and to party of campaign we encourage to participate her ---..-,,- for candidates of her choice. We b e l i e v e better government occurs only when citizens are active in the political process and this includes party affairs." Cora McHenry, advisor to the governor on education, was .the principal speaker at the Friday Local Woman Elected To State Office The twenty-fourth annua itate convention of Epsilon iigma Alpha International was leld l a s t weekend at Velda lose Towers in Hot Springs. Election of officers was heU at the first general assembly and Mrs. Carlos Guisinger Jr. if Beta Tau Chapter in Fayette 'ille was elected state second 'ice president, Mrs. Jim Beshears of Greenwood is the newly elected president anc chose as her theme for the year, "EST Love Machine." Workshops were held Satur day afternoon and the banque and installation of officers Saturday evening. Others attending the con vention from Beta Tau Chapter were Mrs. Mary Harris recently installed chapter presi dent, and Mrs, Eileen Vai Dyke. The chapter received an evening League banquet. She members to u r g e d continue their interest and support of q u a l i t y education f o r a l l children in Arkansas. The League also held several workshops at which members H discussed League problems and serve as delegates" from" Iota Lci Conclave. Mrs. Zula Calico, state second vice president decided at the national convention to be held in San Francisco , the delegate from Alp'ia Zela May 6-10. One of Conclave. The national convention will controversial whether to be held in Miami, Fla., in June. Violet Club Makes List Of Favorites Mrs. Ford Bell was hostess to members of Green T h u m b African Violet Club at her home in Elkins with 20 persons present. Guests were Mrs Mary Bell, Mrs- Lorene Ledford, Mrs. Viola Bell, Mrs. Fern Spence, Mrs. Clyde Shults, Mrs. League membership. Nine League women will be attending from Arkansas, Jane! Buford and Gloria Cabe ot Little r Rock, Mrs. Anderson Mrs. LoMon Clark and Mrs Emfy Tompkins of Favette- ville, Ruby Chittenden of Jones boro, Dorothy Marshall o] Mountain Home, Martha Gib bons of Pine Rluff and Elizabeth Taylor of Camden. Lacy Stephens Dorothy Franzen. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert Logan, president, opened the meeting with the Lord's Prayer and Mrs. Fred Kerr led devotions using "The Praying Hands" by Helen Steiner Rice. A list of 25 favorite African Violets wes made by members to be submitted to the African Violet Society of America, Inc., fo rtally time. Mrs. Paul L o g u e won the mystery package. Program slides, "Theater of Seasons Presents Violets," from the African Violet Society of America, Inc., were shown and the hostess assisted by Mrs. Clydus Johnson served refreshments. The next meeting on May 17 will be held in the home of Mrs. Logue when the program will be on "potting mixtures -- soilc-ss versus soil." issues admit the most will be men to Personals Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Mit chell, 1707 W. Sisco Ave Springdale, have been informec that their granddaughter Vick Ruth Ford, of Wilburton, Okla. has been accepted into the So ciety of Outstanding American High School Students. She is IV. daughter of Buster Ford. Mr. Her and Mrs mother, a graduate of Springdale High School, is the former Jerri Mil chell and her father is a gra! uate of the University of Ark ansas where he majored in ani mal husbandry. Freeze Fruit Servings Freeze individual servings o f r u i t in paper food containers with lids. During the schoo year, they make a most wel come surprise in the children's lunch box. awards "Golden special recognitior Educational Chain,' and Miss Bobbye Jean West chapter educational director, an award for excellence for he work during Ihe sorority yea 1973-74. Medical Assistants Tour Laboratory Washington County Medica Assistants met last Thursday a the ANL Medical Laboratory f Johnson Road. After a tour i the facilities, Dr. Mae Nettle ship spoke on autopsies, givii: a brief ,iisxry and using slide to illustrate how an autopsy performed. After refreshments wr served, a business meeu r Â» wet held with Alice Bradslnw pn siding. Bacbara Longs'aff i*h. elected to 'ill a vacancy in th office of vice president. Beginning April 25 a id roi tinuing for four weekly sij-'on a first aid course will be of'sre for medical assistants. This w be conducted by the s'ai f the Emergency Medical Servk and sessions will he heM in tt basement conference room c Washington Regional Medica Center, AH medical assis'an: are encouraged to attend. Stretch Sausage Make country sausage go far ther and taste even better b taking V4 pound of sausage an mixing it with % cup' of quic cooking oats, and 1-3 cup evaporated milk. Blend well and let stand few minutes. Make into pattie and fry well done in usual wa EXPERT WATCH REPAIR SWIFTS Rosemary lowery -- Bridal Consultant Will Be On Hand To Answer Your Questions. REGISTER: For Free Veil To Be Given Away. Refreshments Will Be Served Opefl Daily 9:30-5:30 Across From 1st Nat. Bank Downtown Springdate Twenty mumbcrs answered ll call nl the April meeting t the club house. Hostesses ura Mrs, Dorolhy Carletnn, Irs. Bridget Foster and Mrs, va Terhune- A plant exchange was held, report made on the Ozark ative Craft Shop by Mrs. arleton and a health talk given y Mrs. Frances McConaughy, resident. Mrs. Lucy Taylor discussed lans for the entertainment of Incoln Club May 23 and Mrs. ladga Kirkpatrick explained lans for planting around City ospilal. Mrs. Wllda Wyman reported i the county council meeting nd Mrs. McCongaughy an ounced leader training am reative workshop meelings to. Wyman also reported on oofing for the club house am 4rs. Millicent Kust discussed p ays and means. Mrs, McConaughy also rea n Invitation from -the Moun ;omforl Club for June 8. Mrs, Magda Carrao Announcements A tMjneflt bridge party ponsor'ed by. Ing Ep's'iopal Church women of St. Tn.jmas Episcopal Church in SprinKcUilc will be held Tuesday, Ap"!l 30, "rom 12 noon Until 3 ji.m. in Dress Revival The dress revival is here. Dresses take on a fresh new look for summer in light as a [cathcr fabrics and a soft, fluid feeling. Shirt dresses and wrap Ji esses arc worn with a shapelier, more refined shoe to create an air of elegance. Shirt on shirt looks and multi-piece dresses give the fashionable latly a pulled together look with the case of one-stop shopping. Skirts arc a fashion fact this summer. Ihe Parish House. Prizes will be awarded and the public .1 Invited. Ueservatlons -niv ba made with Jean Elder, Vol-B'I'M, :r Beryl Hunter, V5G-6017. Trl Delta Alumnae Chipter will honor Delta Iota seniors with the circle degree of In'.tia- tion and a dinner Su.iday at the Holiday Inn. The p.ogram will begin at 4:15 p.m., followed by dinner and 23 seniors will receive the degree. Thrift Tip The gummed edges of used, unsealed envelopes make excellent labels for jelly or fruit jars and cans and boxes that need identifying. ^^^_^^ Daily Calendar of Events Today Flat Hem Omit (he first turning of th aw edge when hemming a icavy woolen- Place a seam ilnding flat on the right side f the raw edge; stitch the earn binding first to the raw ;dÂ«e, then hem it to the garment. 'Cheaper by the Dozen", Ramay Junior High School, 7'30 p.m. Painting Class, Art Center, 7 p.m. City Council of Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. George Combs, 7:30 p.m. "Butterflies Are Free," Art Center, 8 p.m. WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? No Charge for Traveler's Checks For Anyone Having A Savings Account With Us. MAY WE SERVE YOU? first federal savings 2 Locations To Serve You On the Square and Northwest Arkansas Plaza PHONE 521-3424 or 521-3534 SEWING CLASSES ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-way radio IB electronic* sine* 1428 520 N. 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