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May 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Northnwat Arkansas ftimri "or A MEN Today's Bride Has A New Lifestyle NEW YORK (AP) -- Today's avant garde bride may wear blue jeans and carry field flow ers. Most brides, however, stil float down the aisle in yards of silk and lace, since tradition seems to bold sway when a gir marries. Whatever the ceremony, the contemporary bride is a different woman from, h e r mother, with a whole new life style. Bridal registries and gift-giving services are noting trends that reflect these differences. The 70's wedding gifts, they report, are compact, mobile and easy to care for. Small electrical appliances, audio-visual equipment and linens are high on the list of preferences. Silver seems to be the one link to tradition. According to a recent Modern Bride Magazine report. 38 per Auxiliary Has Installation Of Officers For Year cent of today's brides have completed college. This same survey shows that 66 per cent are employed and their median age is 20.8 years. These stalls- Married Fifty Years tics profile a better educated, career-oriented, more mature young woman whose lifestyle ·equires more time away from home. BRIDAL GIFTS The gift for the 70's b r i d e must also fit into a shrinking environment. E. B. Weiss, "Advertising Age" social survey expert, reports that 80 per cent of America's young adults will be living in apartments by 1980. With fewer rooms, living space must be flexible, converting from sleeping to eating to en SILOAM SPRINGS -- The Annual Awards Luncheon and installation of officers for the Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital Auxiliary member w a s held at the Dripping Springs Restaurant on Oklahoma Highway 33 west of the city on Wednesday, May 22, with 49 present. This is an annual event, and is given by the Siloam Springs Hospital for its auxiliary members. Pins awarded for 100 hours of service went to Ruth Alexander, Janie Black, Maxine Kostreva, Fran Stout, .. and Gabrielle Yenzer. "Patches" also an award of service went to Catherine Boyd, Irma De Witt, Carrie Melson, D. Edna Chamberlain, and Maxine Kos Ireva for 200 hours of work in the hospital. Receiving pins for 500 hours of service were D. Edna Cham bcrlain. Sue Holmes, Winona Jones, Gloria McEnroe, Fair; Ruth Perry, and Ruth Reasons. For 1000 hours of service, pins were awarded Bee Caudell and Nancy Randall.Four Certificates of appreciation were awarded Carolyn Brown or her service letters; to C a t h e r i n e Boyd for the Chrismon tree, and lo Ruth Reasons and Roma Bynum for iheir work with team volunteers. Mrs. Nancy Randall, using as her theme, "Ingredients for a service Candle", installed the new officers for 1974. The officers are: Mrs. Thelma Hartranft, President; Mrs. D. Edna Mr. and Mrs. Carlos L y n n Lewis will observe their Golden Wedding anniversary Sonday, June 2, with open house at their home, Boole 2, Fay- elteville. Hours of the party are from t p.m. till 5 p.m. They were married June 1, 1924 at Walters, Okla., a n d have lived In Washington Count? for 40 years. T h e i r children are Bill C. Lewis of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Frances Combs of Slarkville, Miss., and Mrs. Helen Orler of Butler, Pa., who will be h o s t and hostesses. All friends and relatives are invited and the conple requests that no gifts he sent. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Chamberlain, dent; Mrs. first Mary vice-presi- Johnson, second vice-president; Mrs, Lillian Sours, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Alexander, treasurer; Mrs. Candy Tinnin, recording secretary, and Miss Gabrielle Venzer, historian. Compact Cameras Are Most Popular Miss Shelton Is Complimented With Parties Miss Rhea Louise Shelton. who became the bride of Douglas L. Wilson on Tuesday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, was complimented last week with two parties. Mrs. David Mullins entertained In her home with a luncheon on Thursday where the table was decorated with yellow and white daisies in a silver bowl. Receiving corsages of yellow daisies were the honoree and her mother, Mrs. Ellis E. Shelton. The hostess gift was of linen. Special guests were Mrs, Monty Henderson of Sumfer, S. C., sister of the bridegroom, · and Miss Marcia Shelton of Boulder, Colo., sister of the bride. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W P. Boyer entertained at their home on Hammond Street with ' a brunch honoring the couple Daisies centered on ft brigh cloth from Bolivia were used on the serving table. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Shelton parents of the bride, and her ister, Miss Marcia Shelton. vere special guests. Mr. and Mrs. Boyer gave a -ase from Bolivia to the lODOred couple. tertaining and study with the push of a button. And not only is the newlvwed nest growing smaller, it is also being moved more often. Young marrieds are motivated to move for business, the second home and pleasure. Their stc- opd home may even be in a foreign country. Their possessions must be as mobile as they are. So how to choose a bridal gift for this educated, employed new Mrs. with tuned up tastes and a yen to travel? Tish Baldrige, social secretary to the White House during the Kennedy administration, now consultant to GiftAmerica, says, "First you must do a little research on how the future bride intends to live, will she do any formal entertaining or is it going to be all bare feet back-to- riature. Secondly, if you select a wonderfully practical gift, like a nelectric blender or clock-radio, personalize it by sending a hand written note at the same time, explaining that the gift comes with your love and the most loving thing you c o u l d think of to send is something By DAVID JORDAN Written for Associated Press Because they're compact, cheap, and easy to operate, slant loading cameras are a favorite among apartment people who enjoy putting their leisure- time outings on film. But do have drawbacks. If the flash doesn't flash or the film ad vance jams, it means missing some good shots. Instead of slamming the camera into the SEE OUR WIG SHOW AND SALE! 75 4T f%75 TO Peg. 9.88 1029.88 you were advancing the film, and it should operate freely. If poking and pushing doesn't do the trick, you probably have more than just a simple jamming problem and you'd better not mess with the,camera. Botching a do-it-yourself overhaul may mean you'll pay more in' the long run to have the camera repaired than if you'd tak- 75th Anniversary lineup of pre-styted wigs in natural shades. Among the collection are long, wavy "Bridget," in Elura* modacrylic and other easy-care styles in modacrylic. Also human hair wiglet, with flexible wire styling frame. ·MonswitoBeg.TW Hwy. 71 B North or Rolling Hills Drive in Fayetteville, Arkansas useful." Announcements The monthly meeting of District No. 14 of the Arkansas Nurses Association will be held Monday, June 3, at 6:30 p.m at the Holiday Inn In Spring dale. The program will be presented by Alice Springer executive secretary of the Ar kansas State Nurses Asso ciation. Springdale Hospital nurses will be hostesses and all registered nurses in Benton, W a s h i n g t o n a n d Madison Counties are invited to attend. Mrs. Dates Is Guest Speaker At Luncheon Approximately 65 members of Washington Regional Medical Center Auxiliary and guests were entertained by Mrs. Gordon (Willie) Dates, widely known speaker and civic leader, at a luncheon meeting in the Terrace Room of the Holiday Inn last week. This took the place of the regular monthly meeting. Mrs. C. K. Jones, president. conducted the business meeting and the treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Marion Johnson. Mrs. Sam McNair introduced oblivion of a bottom drawer when something goes wrong, apply some of these simple methods to caring for simple cameras: KEEP YOUR FLASH WORKING: With an older model instant loader incorporating an inexpensive electrical system and batteries, it takes some upkeep to guarantee a flash when you need it. Check batteries for power los and leakage about every six months. Be careful when checking your batteries on a dealer's tester. Sometimes they'll read "good," but still won't give off enough energy to trigger the flash, so be sure to try the batteries with a flash cube. For longer battery life and reduced corrosion, use an alkaline rather than a mercury battery. CHECK TO MAKE SURE T H E ,;- ELECTRICAL CONTACTS ARE CLEAN: If you've checked and replaced the batteries and your flash system still isn't working properly, (here may be a bad connection between the batteries and the flash cube. To remedy this, remove the batteries from their compartment and use a small sharp knife or screwdriver to scrape the metal contacts the Corrosion is usually (he result of battery leakage. Also scrape the metal contacts on top of the camera where the flash cube sits -they get dirty too. If your flash still doesn't work, there may be batteries rest on. buildup on contacts ·iiMBiiiiiiinMiM^^^ Daily Calendar of Events Today Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio 590 N. Cotton For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG IS E. Center -- 44M2W City Parking Lot In Rear short in requiring a lion. STORE the wiring system, repairman's atten- YOUR CAMERA Mrs Gates who reviewed the best seller, "Don't Burn Down the Hospital," an amusing account of the author's heart attack and his experiences in the hospital. Special guests were Mrs. Gilbert Sisco of Springdale. who is recording secretary of t h c Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary, and Mrs. Philip Laughlin, also of Springdale, vice president of the Springdale Hospital Auxiliary, Spring flowers decorated luncheon tables. The oext meeting will be held the fourth Thursday in June in the basement conference room at the Medical Center. Thursday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, » a.m. tin noon Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. Rotary Club, Holiday bin, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Older Americans Day, Agri Park, 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff BuiWing, 7 p.m. Mustard Sauce This Beefy Mustard Sauce is good with hamburgers. In a saucepan, cook 'A cup chopped onion in 1 tablespoon butler or margarine until lender. Stir in 1 can (10% ounces) beef gravy and t teaspoon prepared mustard. Heat. Stir occa sionally. Makes 1 cup. Add Lemon Juice Add a little lemon juice to ommercial -mayonnaise for re reshing flavor. PROPERLY: Corrosion, dirt, and rust buildup on contacts often comes from long or improper storage, exposure to hot, humid conditions, or lots of use. You should try to keep your camera in a cool, dry place. On vacation, with the camera bouncing around on the floor or deck of a car, a camera case offers protection from dirt and grit. Even with a Ci\s_e, though, the heat, of a closed car in the sun can do severe harm to camera and film. WHAT IF THE FILM JAMS? When you era's film supposed to move a shutter- cocking pin inside the camera. The pin sometimes resists being pushed over by the film advance and needs stronger pressure. Study your camera's anatomy and the shutter-cocking pin sometime when it's un- oaded. Then if your film .jams, open the back o[ the camera in a dark room and remove the ilm. Using your thumb, push the cocking pin down and over as far as it will go. Move the 'ilm-advance lever as though advance the cam- take-up lever, it's Removal of Unwanted Hair Permanently -- Gently -- Safely en Face, Arm* Legs, Body Household Hint Never leave your African violets to the mercy of the hot sun. Give them shade with a bin curtain. 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