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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Progress In Sorority Progressing to Hie Preceplor Zeta Chapter o) Beta Si gin a Phi in a recent ceremony were, left-right, Mrs. M a r y Ellen Carrulh, Mrs. J u c k Bogan, Mrs. Ah Bidwell, Mrs. Kenneth Stewart, Mrs. J 1 m Slowe and Mrs. Farrell Conner. The Preceptor chapter is the highest degree In BeU Sigma Phi-in terms of years and service. The official awarding the new degree was Mrs. Frank Cnmbie. Mrs. Stanley Sannders, also progressing, was not present for the picture. Taylor-Layman Vows Exchanged Miss Lisa Ann Layman, daughter of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. Joe Layman of Cave Springs, became the bride of Thomas Glenn Taylor II, son of LI. Col. and Mrs. Tom Taylor of Fay- ctteville, in an evening ceremony at Laevicw Baptist Churcr in Cavo Springs, Sunday May 19. The candlelight rites were performed by the birile's father assisted by Gene Layman. Linda Edsell and Ronnie Edsoll provided music, and Michelle Taylor sister of the bridegroom of the bride, lighted the candles. Given in mariagc by her father, the bride wore a rormal- length gown of ivory silk organ/a fashioned with a fitted bodice accented with embroidered flowers, short sleeves, and a full skirl which ended in a wide flounce. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was edged with Venice lace, and slie car Prisoner Sets Fire In Jail to ied a bouquet of red roses and aby's breath. Her only jewelry ·as her maternal grand- nother's wedding ring. Miss Pam Simpson, maid of .onor, Miss Martha Hobin, Mrs. iiizanne Eilson, and Miss Anita Jarlin. bridesmaids, wore long sleeveless dresses of natural mislin with red trim, natural straw picture hats, and carried ingle red roses. Melanie todcrique. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Roderique of Spring- conductress, pre advance of color [ale. flower girl, and A prisoner set fire . mattress in the KayeSlevillc cit jail at 11:45 Sunday niKhl and police had to call on the Fire -Department to clear thr building of smoke. · Firemen used portable fan to c l e a r - t h e jail and police headquarters nf smoke and said damage was limited. The prisoner. Ron Moore. 1' of Route 8. was charged with destruction of puhloc property. Police said Moore and his older brother. Klelclicr Moore, 21. also of Route 8. had been arrested earlier in the owning on a variety nf charges at the intersection of 15th Street and Mnrningside Drive. At the time of their arrest, Flefcher M o o r e was charged with speed too tast for conditions (estimated at 65 Smiles per hour in a 30 mile zone on 15lh Street); driving on a revoked driver's license; no vehicle tags and interfering .with an officer making an arrest. Ron Moore was charged with public drunkencss, profane and abusive language. resisting arrest and assaulting an officer in addition lo the destruction charge. When the two were brought to the Jail, they were placed .in Ihe drunk tank, but later .transferred In the barracks, where the fire occurred, police .said. Firemen spent about Ihree hours clearing smoke from the building. At one point tile police radio operator Don Will was forced to leave the radio rnom for about 15 minutes. The mattress was destroyed, but no other damage resulted. eane Fedrosky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fodosky of Fayette- ille. was ringbearcr. Dennis Cyr was best man and ushers and groomscmn were Craig Nolder. Eric Lancaster, Dick Ferris. Craig Lomoges and Bill Layman, b r o t h e r of the birrie. The bride's mother wore a loor-length dress of pale blue crepe, and the bridegroom's mother wore a long dress in- aasfcl pink. Fellowship Hall, transformed nto a May garden, wilh lattice work accented with flowers, was the scene of the reception Stanciing on the wedding . . _ guests. Assisting at the refreshment table, decorated in. red .... white, were Cheryl and Debbie Taylor, sisters of the bridegroom, and Pam Williams, cousin of the birde. Afler a trip through the Ozarks the couple is at home in Fayetteville. A picnic, supper around Ihe pool at the home of the bridegroom's parents, followed the wedding rehearsal the evening before the wedding. DAV Auxiliary Has Regular Sessions Disabled American Velern: Auxiliary meeting was held las week at Shiloh Museum in Springdale. Johnsie Dean, commander called the meeting to order wit 20 members answering roU cal The invocation was given b Anila Parsons, chaplain. Melb J inbargcr. sented the and led the pledge of allegiana which was repeated in unison ^ucille Barrett, senior vie commander, gave a report o .he state convention in Littl Rock and presented the grav to Mrs. Dean received from th stale department at the conve tion. It was announced that th naional convention will be he' in New Orleans in August an the next state convention wi be held in Little Rock. Mrs. Gladys Robinson of We Fork became a member an two guests were in attendenc The group will meet tti fourth Tuesday in each mon' at the American Legion Hut Sp'ringdale. The time is 7: p.m. a grassy carpet. party g r e e t e d Springdale Building Firm Is Burglarized SPRINGDALE -- A pick-up truck, office machines and ihnut 200 blank checks were a burglary at Construction the Co. Fortnightly Club Installs Officers SILOAM SPRINGS - Mrs. achael Holmberg, out-going esident, was the installing of- for the Women's Fort- ghtly Club's new officers, hen the group met recently the Grace Mennonite Church. Installed were: Mrs. Nancy andall, president: Mrs. J. C. ascfaal, first vice president; rs. Grover Harvey, second ce president; Mrs. Catherine aylor, secretary, and Miss Fly Xxlgen .treasurer. Mrs. Holm- rg presented the new present with a club pin, and Mrs. Hints From Hcloise olmberg received resident's pin. the past This was the last meeting of e organization until Septem- Replace Zipper On Body Shirt The Easy Way Dear Heloise: When the body shirt zipper of a or nylon food shell breaks, instead of taking the w»»Je ripper out, first cut off the zipper teeth from the zipper tape and place your new zipper on the old tape and sew. This eliminates the stretching and puckering of the jersey or nylon. You get a professional-looking replacement and you don't have away an expensive Donna Handzel to throw shirt. Women Golfers Participate In Contest SILOAM SPRINGS -- Eight earns, members of the Dawn Hill Ladies D a y Association. articipated in a nine-hole golf- ng contest on Memorial Day. Wnning golf balls were the earns of Mary Lou Sughru and lerta Carl, Lorraine Moss and ettye McCumber. Lavonne Hayes and Linda Gregory, and eri Sessler and Ferrel Gear. n Ladies Day Play Mrs. Lillian iVilcox. was the winner of the olf ball, being the only player hit on the green at Hole 15. Members of this organization meet Tuesday, June .4, for a nine hole golfing contest at 9:30 a.m. to be followed by a. noon luncheopn and business meeting in the Esquire Room at Dawn Hill. LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: I just called the laundry and when a woman answered without saying the name of the laundry, 1 asked if this was the laundry and she said, "I'm afraid not. but I am doing mine right now so you might cal it that." L.N Dear Heloise: Branson Masons Call Special Convocation Under special dispensation by the Grand · Lodge- of Missouri, Branson Lodge, No. 587, has announced a convocation for Saturday evening, June 8, to be held in the fieldhouse ot the School of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Mo. The special program will draw Masons from ill of Southwest Missouri and ·forthwest Arkansas to witness he exemplification and conferr- ng of the third degree of Fre- masonry, by a special Masonic earn of the Clown Unit of the About Ben Adhem Shrine Tem- yle in Springfield, assisting the jxige. . The Eastern Star of Branson, with the Raibow Girls and boys from the Order of Demolay will provide refreshments for t h e event. . Two y e a r s ago a similar event drew more t h a n 500 Masons from more than .70 Lod ges from several jurisdictions snd an even greater attendance Is expected this year. It's to start at 6:30 p.m. Arkansas JFtStra or MEN Monday, June 3, 1974 · S Did you ever stretch your egs in the middle of the night and get a cramp in the calf? It has happened to me all my life and Mother used to jump out of bed and rub my leg for me. After I married, my husband :old me a little rhyme that has helped me greatly. When you get a cramp, "Turn your toes up to your nose." That straightens the large muscle and keeps it from Miss Schaeffer Weds In Germany Mrs. Dorothy Schaeffer pf announces the her. daughter Farmington marriage of Janet Louise, to Mark Jonathan Shapiro in Nurnberg. Germany May Mrs. cago. 111., and the late Irving 28. He is the. son of Rebecca Shapiro of Chi Shapiro. A f t e r the ceremony couple left for a .week's cramping. A Reader Arts Club Entertained With Picnic At Ranch S I L O A M SPRINGS -Members of the Siloam Springs Arts Cub were entertained with a picnic at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Williams at the P i n e Knot Ranch in Oklahoma recently in the last meeting of the year. After a cooperative luncheon. I new officers were installed. They are: president, Mrs. Lillian Sours; vice president, Mrs. Helen Thacker; secretary, Mrs. Mildred Ward; treasurer, Mrs. Emma Sue Kelly, parliamentarian, Mrs. L i z a Cannon; publicity, Mrs. Leafy Ann Miller, and historian, Mrs. Maybelle Windsor. Mrs. Ruth Wills and the installing officer. She in turn, was installed as a member, in absentia. lor two years as the Wills serve with the Christian Service Corpo- Dear Heloise: Here is how I solve the problem of hanging all the pictures of my 7 children, 25 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren I bought a large picture frame and pasted my children's pictures on a piece of heavy white paper large enough to fit in the frame. Around my child ren, I placed their children, ant around the grandchildren placed their children. The whole family enjoys looking at this family portrait and comparing family rescm blances, and I have them before me whenever I want to o Paris, France. The bride and -the trip bridegroom met while both were servini with the U. S. Antonio, Tex. Army in San ration. Fiften attended the outing at the Oklahoma ranch. Attach Patching Squar When making a dress blouse, attach a four-in' square oF the fabric on t wrong side nest to the si seam. Since it receives t same number of washings, piece will match perfectly wh patching is necessary. iiuiiiipjiiiiiiiiisMtiiiiraraiiiiiiiiniiiiraiiimirairaioiimiiimt Daily Calendar of Events Tonight District Nurses Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Brige Club, Legion Hut, 7 : 30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 291, Masonic Hall, Farmington, 7:30 pjn. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. look at them. Your Fan Dear Heloise: If you soak your wooden spoons in boiled linseed oil, they won't absorb odors. And you'll have no worry of mixing a butter frosting with, a garlicky spoon. Kathy Deszczykiewicz stolen in Masonry Saturday night or early Sunday. Police said the business,- at 903 Backus Ave., was entered breaking a window and unlocking the door at Ihe rear of the building. A hand calcula- :or, a Scars Co'pymate and a Paymaster Check Protector were taken along with 199 Mcll- roy Bank blank checks. The keys to a 1973 green Ford Ranchero laying on a desk inside the business were taken and used to steal the pick-up parked outside the building. The pick-up was valued at $3,500. Total value of the office machines was estimated at S400: Household Hint Tissue paper makes wontier- fuj packing for dishes when moving. If yon happen to have a lot of outdated sewing patterns on hand, use those also. Household Hint Form popcorn balls around -lollipops. The handle of Ihe sucker makes a good hand mold and helps to keep hands free of stickiness. Rifle Stolen SPRINGDALE -- M a r v i n Gilstcr. D-19 Shady Grove Trai- Park. told police Sunday that a .22 magnirm rifle was stolen from his home during the past 10 days. Gilster said he last saw the rifle in hi.s closet about a week and a half ago. Police believe entry was gained through a front window of his home. The weapon was valued at $98. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tear 2-wiy radio U» 443-2323 Girls, if you should try this, Kathy doesn't mean to .boil linseed oil on your stove. T'ain'l the same. You can buy boiled linseed oil by the bottle at any paint counter. Heloise For Your Prescription Newt* [ SooUi QUAKER DRUG «B. Center-4B-4MI CHy Parking Lrt IB Rt*r Tuesday Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9:30 a.m. Women's Civic Club, City Library, 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. AAUW, Mrs. Otno Milton, 9:30 a.m. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Chucrh, 7 pjn. Task Force on Child Protection, 612 N. College, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. University City Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. National Association of Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:30 p.m. NWA Hairdressers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7:30 HANDLED with CARE Fraa tt» Mont jou hand your prescription to oar Ptannjcistr to the mofiKnt It fe returned, it receives Ns UNDWKD attention. You can be sure your medicine has teen handed Kith UTMOST CARE. E. Sid. Squar* - 442-7345 W» Pick Up and D*0v*r Pmcriptiom p.m. p.m . Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 . Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, t p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Household Hint To prevent new pic tins from J rusting, grease them first with "lard ,and put Ihe-ni in a warm oven before using for the first time. GOLD Top Pricw Paid for Old Gold and J«w«lnr. Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa - Reupholstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . OPEN Custom Draperies Phone for Free Estimate 442-4468 521-5693 AL LIND DRAPERIES 2792 lladdon Ave. Fayetteville Open 7 a.m.--6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center GARMENT STORAGE $200 FREE INSURANCE ON ALL STORAGE Pick up your box today, pack it, and return it, it's that simple! Enjoy care-free closets with our storage. All you pay is the cleaning price in the Fall! FUR STORAGE Finest Cleaning, Glazing, and Repair Service in our modern, cold storage vaults. Give your furs the protection they need. Banded fur storage Insured we store In our own Bernard Manor cold storage vault. Let our trained experts care tor your fine furs. "You Will Like Our Special Care" SHIRTS 40 ·a BEAUTIFULLY LAUNDERED AND FINISHED Converts instantly from flat to tubular sewing without changing position or parts! Tomorrow's sewing machine ! Exclusive features include: one-step buttonholer, push-button front drop-in bobbin, more! JUST FLIP DOWN A PANEL TO SPECIAL-EVENT SPECIAL! FASHION MATE zig-zag sewing machine Coiijjing COM x totin*t SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. l of THE SINGER COMPANY T H L SIN'tft C O M P A N Y . AH R Revr*cd 1lv*M«»««t MM Wortrf. THE FABRIC Any fabric «p la !·.«· per yard tnm any rf tor foil line ot hooks, mMw« Kirsch, Cravn, O.V.S., Itogwood, Midwest, Rishia . . . BernkaM, 1M per cent nylons naagahydes, velvets, etc Any fabric NOT Scotchgarded we will Srottkgard FREE! THE LABOR Removal tt ALL Fabric, Tytag tt Springs, rewebMajg, ghring tt Frante, rtpa*Ung, w«Ml tmeh-ip, any *ther ·ecnury rrvain . . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED to TOUR what do losers have to celebrate. MAGIC MIRROR'S FRfi Pkk Up and Delivery WHbw i 25 Mile Ridta (all 521-8815 3E. Mont*, Fiyetterille t.K M fcM (JK. *,***, ttHV Mr » M « fjm. · figure salons

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