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April 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Engagement Announced Tie engagement of Miss Pamela Diane Hill and Glen Allen (Bear) Chaney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chancy of CrawfordsvlUe, is announced today by her mother, Mrs. Ruth Hill of Fayetteville. The hride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. a n d Mrs. M. H. Tate of Baldwin. She is a graduate at Fayetle- vllle High School and her fiance is a graduate of Karle High School, and lioth a r e employed in West Memphis. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding which will be an event of May 25 at the First Baptist Church in Crawfordsvillc. Pianists Will Participate In Music Festiva The Arkansas State Music Teachers' Association piano fes ttval for Region One, Distric One, was held last Saturday with 13 students registerec under the diriection of Frances Townsend, district chairman. Four pianists received ratings of I or IE and passed theory tests, giving them the oppor tunity to participate in the re gional festival to be held in ths Concert Hall of the Fine Arts Center at the University of Arkansas on May 11 at 1 p.m. Per formances are open to the public and will be conductor by William Gant. regional chairman. Pianists who qualified to play in the May regional festival are Keith Winston, sixth grade stu dent from Win slow and. pupil of Mrs. Townsend; Carla Odom tenth grade student from Farmington, student of Miss Gwen dolyn Wolf; and Becky Riggs ' tenth grade, and Mary Sugg eleventh grade, both of Fayette ville and students of Mrs. Inez Ballenger. Students receiving certificate; denoting participation in thii annual state wide event, conducted by members of the Arkansas Music Teachers' Association in addition to those named above, are Joe Brown, Teresa Gaile, Mechelle Thompson and Janet Wierick of Rogers, Sherrie Morrison of Pea Ridge, Michael Rudko H and Luann January of Fayeltevillb, and Anita Lynch and Deborah Lunch of Berryville. Teachers are Mrs. Townsend, Andersons To Honor Retiring Faculty Members Honoring retiring faculty members of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas. Carl E. Hoffman, Department of Zoology; George R. Kernodle, Department of Speech; and James H. Quinn, Department of Geology; Dean and Mrs. Robbin C. Anderson will entertain with an open house at their home, 1599 Halsell Hoad, from 2 until 5 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. A color scheme of green, yellow and orange will be carried out In floral arrangements. Greeting guests at the door will be Mrs. Lester Hovvlck. Mrs. William Kracmer and Mrs. Walter Richards. Presiding at the refreshment table will be Mrs. Roger Widder, Mrs. Thomas Turpin, Mrs. Richard Rca, Mrs Samuel Slegel, Mrs. Claude Faulkner, Mrs. Perry Max Johnston, Mrs. G a s t o n Fernandez, Mrs. Murray Smart, Mrs. Thomas Bellows, Mrs. James Scroggs, Mrs. Robert Falrchlltl and Mrs William Bnnncr. 514% 5%% 6*4% Miss Wolf and Mrs. Ballenger of FayetleviUe, Mrs. Oliver Adams of Berryville and Mrs Jane Webster of Rogers. Judges were Dr. John Cowell. Mrs. Carolyn Hickson anc William Gant. Open House Scheduled For Sunday Friends of the Yellow Brick House Program are invited to an open house from 2:30-4 p.m. Sunday at 328 Highland Street The Yellow Brick House is an after-school program for selected Washington elementary school students and anyone interested in participating may attend the open house. Party Surprises Couple On Birthday A surprise party was given last Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. John H. Skeltpn of Fayettevile observing their birthdays. He was 84 years of age and she was 80. Approximately 70 friends and relatives called during the afternoon. Hostesses for the event were the couple's daughters, Mrs. Arthur Castleman and Mrs. Donald W. Watts. Announcements Pi Beta Phi Alumnae and members of the active chapter will observe Founder's Day at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Holiday .nn. Chi Omega Mother's Club will ·neet at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the e ° f Mrs. Charles Oxford, Eastwood. Chapter BH, PEG, will meet at 9;30 a.m. Thursday in the 1 P ( J? cnof Mrs - Mervin J 0 ! lrlson , 095 Bonnie Lane. The program will be state convention reports by delegates, Mrs. Glen Rose and Mrs. Oliver Wilder. Household Hint Cover your children's chalk vith masking tape around the landlo end. The chalk will not reak as easily, and your child-en s hands and clothes will lay much neater. Hints From Heloise-Is Your Food Bill Going'UP? Dear Heloisc: A recent conversation with a working mother revealed her monthly grocery bill Is approximately $300 to my $150. Our Families arc the same size, and from what I've seen, we eab much better than they do. Here are some of the favorite ways that I save: Our freezer saves an average of $15 per month. Electricity costs $2 to $3 per month, but I save on less frequent emergency trips to the store. I buy 25-pound sacks of flour when they're on sale. Do most of my own baking from scratch. We- love rolls of all kinds and always have them in the freezer. Homemade rolls are less costly than those from the store. Leftover meat and gravy go nto the frezer. When I have about two or three cups, it is ground with equal amounts of ·aw potato and onion for baked lash. With a vegetable salad and some of my homemade rolls, my family feels pampered! Our favorite brand of corn and beans were on sale yesterday for 5 for $1 - regularly 29 to 31 cents a can. I bought a case of each - saving nearly $5. Beef is purchased by the side, and we buy U.S. Good. We can tind no discernible difference in the taste or tenderness, but do find it considerably less expensive. I buy bacon ends at four pounds for $1 or so. The more regular pieces are used as usual for better sliced bacon. Have you priced imitation blueberry syrup at the store lately? I bought some blueberries at three pints f o r $1 lo put in the freezer. Some are thawed and tossed into batter for delicious pancakes; some are boiled with sugar and water for blueberry-flavored syrup. (Any leftover pancake batter is never thrown out - I use it as a dip for French frying.) I almost cry when I think of all the good chicken and turkey bones I've tossed out. I was only recently inspired to try making soup. A small turkey carcass, stripped of Us meat for snadwiches, looked pretty bare - but I put it in the pressure cooker with water to cover and a few rather wiltec vegetables from the fridge, a bay leaf and seasoning, and the results are far better than any I've bught in a can. It's unbe lievable how much meat anc flavor was gotten from those bare-looking bones! This is enough for a starter Also want to thank you for so many helps in the past. Mrs. B. ...and you say this Js enough for a starter? But all kidding aside, many housewives who do not work outside feel they are not doing their share - but they really are - and in more ways than me. Any "savings" they earn las a fringe benefit - because t's tax-free! God bless all the womenfolk who do their very best to cope with everyday problems. This s what this heah ol' column is all about - to share and pass on any "helps," from one to :he other. Heloise Dear Heloise: Did you known those plastic- covered wire ties used with plastic bags make excellent make-shift book rings? They will hold your loose-leaf papers together until you get your book-binder or you get ready to put the pages in their jermanenl place. They're also landy to hold scrapbook pages. Shirley Dear Heloise: I found that nowadays most ·synthetic curtain panels can be aundered easily if a. few simple steps are followed when vashing. 1. Fold each panel twice engthwise and twice crosswise, eing careful not to crease hem. 2. Stack one on top of the jther in warm (not hot) sudsy vater in the sink. No bleach. 3. Slosh up and down with your hand, forcing the soapy vater through the curtains. Let soak for ten or fifteen minutes. 4. Place stack, still folded, nto dish pan and run rinse valor into sink. Place stack in inse wnter and slosh up and down, repeating till the w a t e r uns clear. 5. Hang on the line, still oldcd crosswise, and let d r i p SEWING CLASHES ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY Hang hack at the windows when dry. If you do this often enough, before they get too soiled, you will never have to put an iron to them. Of course, Ihls procedure should he done wllh new curtains and not some that have been "through the mill," so to speak. Beverly Moore Dear Folks: Have you ever tried using those plastic forks as marker holders for the flowers or vote- Cables that you have planted in your garden? They really work great as you can use the tines of the f o r k to hold that empty seed packet .n place, Heloise Dear Helulse: Ever need a "bed tent" after foot surgery and not be able to find one on the spur of the moment? We did just Ibis, and through ;he clever manipulation and imagination of my sister, we were in business in no time. She wrapped a small TV tray and s t a n d with a sheet and inserted in sideways under the bed clothing. It is a perfect tent - for comfort, air. space and plenty of room for a pillow to elevate the bandaged foot. Not only is it a joy and comfort to me, but my Siamese loves it as a "hideaway!" L.M. McNeil! HAVE YOU NOTICED That you long for and want something for a long time ... Finally you get it and you wonder why on earth you ever wanted it in the first place? Ghost Jon Dear Heloise: My husband is in the army and we have moved several times in the last few years. My latest discovery is how to cover bare windows until you can get the drapes or curtains up. Those large, dark green plastic leaf and garden bags are perfect to tape up at windows with masking tape. It looks better from the outside and you have your necessary privacy! Gen Brooks Garden Club Hears Talk On Azaleas Mrs, Hal Stewart was hostess 'or the April meeting of Flaming Hills Garden Club, with Mrs. Clare Vcttcmn serving as co-hoslcss. Fourteen members and a xuest, Mrs. Kd Renfrew, wcro present. During the business meeting, officers for the coming year wero elected. They are as follows:- president. Mrs. Oscui Bass; first vice president, Mrs' Grant Roberts; second vice president, Mrs. Harold Moore; r e c o r d i n g secretary, Mrs. Vcnema; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Andrew Whitlock; treasurer, Mrs. George Knight; historian, Mrs. E. E. McLemoro Jr.; and parliamentarian, Mrs Joe Crouch. Stan Brown presented the program on his hobby, azaleas. He discussed the requirements for azalea culture and characteristics of a different varieties of azaleas, pointing ou! the kinds that do best here Slides were shown of many kinds of azaleas in bloom anc several varieties in pots were displayed. After the meeting, dessert and coffee was served to members and guests. Bridge News ADULT CENTER Ed Maille and Oscar White won first and second place honors at the weekly Com munity Adult Center bridge party. Other winners were Verral Ellison, Muriel Kragh E. W. Thornton, and Alma Maille. Club Elects Officers vSigma Nu Wives and Mother _ Club had a cooperative spring luncheon Thursday at the hom of Mrs. W. C. Morton on Sunse Drive. Mrs. Herman Tuck wa co-hostess. New officers elected to serve next year are Mrs. Morton president; Mrs. Dal Rollings worth, vice president; Mrs. J W. Cain, secretary; and Mrs Nancy Henry, treasurer. or MEN Sat., April 27, 1974 ft 3 A FAMILY WEEKLY "Star Chat" - April 28 BeiutySperiali A Summer C'ulde To Skin Care The Freefoad Frolkai Conning Tkkets To The Kentucky Derby Funny Ways Musk Can Meet You- Our People-Quiz Officers n stalled By DAY Officer Installation was held at the joint meeting of the DIs j b I e d American Veterans (DAV) and Auxiliary Tuesday evening at the American Legion lut in Springdalc. DAV officers were installer )y Department Commander O'Brlan of Morrilton ant! lommander Johnsic Dean wan presented with the Chapter 16 DAV Auxiliary charter. Charter members of the newly formed auxiliary are: Mrs. Cora Baker, Mrs. Audrey LighlFoot. Mrs. Dorothis Beau champ. Mrs. Lucille Barrett Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Evelyn Darnell, Mrs. Carolyn Jordan, Mrs Wclba Linebarger, Mrs. Vir Kinia Morriss, Mrs. Anita Parson. Mrs. Rose Villlnes «--^«^»^»»t_« M ^_^ BM ; EXPERT WATCH MEPAI* , ^-_ a ^e^y. ·*?/ xx _^ r y SWIFTS Urs. Mary Wenlz and Mrs. Sarah Zerbcst. J u n i o r members Include: Carol Dawn Parson, and Ellz- ibclh, Mnrgarlte and Rose.Ann ^crbcst. Members wore Installed - by a s t ''··' corrimahde'r Mellha We here · itvlngi program ·wt tntareit rate to meet your oecdi. FayettflvifU Savings Loan Association Ml N. Etit Arena* REUPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! SOFA $129.00 Labor and Materials Choice of Naugahycti, Nylon*, Herculon* and Velvets Choice of Colors 3. .EAST. MOUNTAIN RECOVERY ROOM Phone 521-8815 Bobby Sherman: A Teenyboppeis' Idol Grows Up FW: Somehoto you, managed to survive the tide of screaming jans. Would you like to go back to that time? BOBBY: J don't think so. My fans lutve grown, up and I've tried to grow with them. How does a millionaire ex-idol occupy his time? For this week's color-cover feature, Family Weekly Hollywood Editor Peer J. Oppenheimer visited singingstar Bobby Sherman. Living comfortably on the royalties from recordings made when he was a teenage phenomenon--the object of devotion from a vast tide of hysterical, screaming fans -- Bobby has "retired," with wife Patty and their baby son, to a one-acre, one-story home in California. Can Bobby Sherman be happy without the adulation of thousands of adoring fans? Look for his answers in "An Ex-Teen Idol Tells Why He's Glad the Screaming's Over." In your copy of the n North KWtr St. Harvey of Fort Smltlti. Following the meeting, dinner was served by the women. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. May 28 at the Springdale Legion Hut and all women eligible are Invited to attend.; mniiin i nriiiRiinniHiniiin mil* mmmm iiimmiiiimwi Daily Calendar of Events Today Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Ballroom Dance Club, American Legion HUt, Springdalc, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorkim, 8 p.m. "Butterflies Are Free," Art Center, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-wfly radio heailiuarters I» Kcdronlcs sToee 192» 520 K. Colleae 4«-S22J | For Your Prescription Need» Se Ui QUAKER DRUG n E. Center -- MZ-4ZU City Parking Lot IB Rear Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Friends of Yellow Brick House Program, 328 Highland, 2:304 p.m. Fayetteville High School Orchestra Concert.Sludent Center, 2:30 p.m. . . , . , . , : Tri Delta. Alumnae; Holiday Inn, 4:15 p.m. Pi Beta Phi Alumnae and Active Chapter, Holiday Inn, 5 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon. VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SPECIAL SALE ON CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES ANNOUNCING The Opening of IHOUSE of DRAPERIES Ihe Only Drapery Shop in Northwest Arkansas PERFECT PLEAT® MACHINE · Custom Made Draperies · Custom Made Bedspreads SAVE! ') Laminating of Shades In Our Own Shop! SAVE! Also Featuring The Great New DRI DRI DRAPERY CLEANING AND FABRIC CARE PROCESS THAT HAS THE DRAPERY CLEANING INDUSTRY TALKING! A Whole New Process in Drapery and-Fabric Cleaning -- Absolutely No Shrinkage -- It's the New DRI DRI -- Non Immersion Cleaning Process. Also Cieans Bedspreads, Pillows, Furs, Stuffed Toys Slip Covers Upholstered Furniture. rJUST ORDERED Hundreds and Hundreds of yards of the FINEST DRAPERY FABRICS to give you o large selection at tremendous savings! Let us help save you money with our low overhead and volume buyingl HOUSE of DRAPERIES Locally Owned Operated-- Call Jack Phillip* »r Bob Sapp about Your Drapery Cleaning Problem* The Very Be'st in Upholstery At Most Reasonable Price* PHONE 751-6620 Located at Intersection of Hwy. 71 N. Ark. 264 (Behind McPherson'i Furniture) on Arkansas Highway 264) Located in the Same Building with Mlke'i Custom Uphotttery

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