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Welcome Wagon Officers Elected at tle meeting summer three coffees are held tiecien Â»v Â·"Â·= ---Â· -d ell. second vice president; ol Welcome Wagon Club to and Mrs. Genevleve Berg, in homes of members. A 1 1 direct activities neit year .re secretary; left-right. The newcomers tn the area a r e Mrs. Laurie Stroh, president; group meets monthly t o r invited to attend any or all Mrs Beckv Chaney first vlee luncheon and cards, Septem - of the events. (TIMEbphoto president;'Mrs. Eleanor Ron- her through May, and !Â» the hy Ray Gray) Sfarthnrat Arkansas E wie or MEN 6 Â· Tu*Â»doy, Jun* 11, 1974 Â·uiBniwnmiiiMmimsnMuiuiM Hints From Heloise-Thoughts Shared On Photo Album Dear Heloise: A j is olten the case, your column starts my wheels tur- ming and I'd like to share some thought with your readers concerning the lady who wrote in about the photo album sha was making for her two grandchildren to be given to tiienvorr; their wedding day. j This dear lady's idea is fanta-i bulous but she forgot the most precious photo of all - Grant! ma and Grandpa holding Mommy (or Daddy) as a baby. A l s o , one might include Mommy and Daddy with their brother's and sisters, too. This should be on the very first page. Even older photos carrying this genealogy back to great-great grandparents. This sort of information is so hard to get even 20 years after LETTER OF THANKS Dear Heloise: The rise is the cost of food lias been a real blessing to m family. It made me realize how ofte I cook too much because it' there--then eat too muc because it's cooked. We feel better for not over eating, and look better for th weight that we don't gain. N'ot to mention the joy of itretched food dollar! ! Louise Domin a new baby arrives. Anne Parker Dair Heloise: Being a 23-year-old bachelor and realizing the hight cost of food today, I have found a little "shopping tip" that some of your readers might like to know about. I never used coupons because I had trouble finding the right coupon for the right product. Now. when I do my marketing. I writ* my shopping list on an envelope, pul a star by the items 1 have coupons for, and put the coupons in the envelope. Nifty little trick, don't you think! Joev Klotz Dear Heloise: Some time ago. you share and amusing letter from mother who was overcome b the odor of her son's dirty sock in the hamper. Bless my hardy soul, if l'i not another mother who suffe while bending over the hampe and sorting clothes for th washer. But I have found a somewha workable solution. I bought one of jhose cak deodrizers that are used main for hanging in the clothes cl set. f put Ihe cake in a pape bag in the bottom of the hai per. The cake deodorizes t] hamper so that the clothes it don't smell quite so much! Phyllis Mithce Sure do, Joey. Anything to help out the old budget. Our dear men readers come up with a lot of nifty ideas -- right, gals? Heloise To No Way Beat The Heat EDITOR'S NOTE: There is no way to beat the heat when canning according to consum- tips prepared by Mrs. Mary H. Gilbert. County Extension Agent. Home Economies Leader of Washington County. Have you ever wondered why pint jar of cream style corn hould bÂ« processed longer than pint jar of whole kernel corn? 'he answer has to do with how ong it takes for heat to reach he center of the jar. Since heat is used to destroy jacteria in canning then all of he food in the jar must reach he desired temperature. When jar of food is heated in a water ath or pressure earner, heat ravels toward the center of the Heat travels much faster _i loosely packed product than in a tightly packed one. For ex-imple. green beans with water around the pieces of beans heat much faster than a solid pack of pumpkin. Whole :ernel corn packed in water heats much faster than cream style corn. That explains why he processing time (or cream style corn is greater than for he whole kernel corn. A pint jar of cream style corn packed hot in the jar should x processed for 85 minutes at ten pounds pressure. A pint jar of w h o l e kernel corn. Iso packed hot in the jar, requires 55 minutes at ten pounds pressure for correct processing. Obviously, it takes longer for beat to reach the center of a large jar than a small one. That's why quart jars must be processed longer than pints. The County Extension office will provide further canning information. Announcements World War I Barracks 178* and Auxiliary will have a regu ar business session on Saturday. June 15, at 2 p.m. at Hillcrest Towers. This will be the irst meeting of the 1974-75 year and members an asked to be present. Mildred Lee Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. L. L. Browne Jr., 210 W. Maple Street. Highland Chapter of the Ozark Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Mcllroy Bank Hospitality Room. A film will be shown of an advanced water treatment system which does not pollute surface waters. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Planning Commission, City Hall, Â« p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6: IS p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. : Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. ' Order of the Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Kennel Club, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, 7:30 p.m. Rock Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, S p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Purse Stolen Connie Rogers. 2109 Carlson Terrace, told Fayetteville police .hat her purse, containing about Â£3, 20 personalized checks and identification, was stolen from her apartment late Saturday night. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio QUAKER DRUG tZ E. Cater - MB-ttM Cttj PuUaf Lot IB Rett Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Colonial Garden Club, Mrs. Frank Lee, 11:30 a.m. Goldenrod Club Picnic, Blue Springs, 12 noon Attending Girls State Selma Dyer and Paula Gonde, left-right top, and Crystal Higgins and Luaim January, left- right bottom, are among seven girls chosen to attend Girls Stale at Camp Robinson in Little Rock (his week. Johnsie Dean and Virginia Earls of the American Legion Auxiliary accompanied them to the bus station for their departure. Awards Luncheon Held For Winners Of Bridge Marathon SILOAM SPRINGS -- T h e Awards luncheon for players in Ihe Siloam Springs Marathon Bridge No. 2 was held recently at the Dripping Springs Restaurant on Oklahoma _ Highway 33. Ten teams, or twenty members, have played bridge matches monthly from Septcm- aer 1973 through May of this year, and announced as winners by chairman. G l o r i a Mc- Knroc, were the t e a m s of Carol Steele, Gentry, and Frances Morton of Decatur; second place team, Aileen Hay and Dorothy Eudy, Siloam Springs; third place team. Fran Stout and Jeri Sessler, Siloam Springs; fourth place team. Minerva and Marguerite Edmondson of Maysville. and fifth place [earn, Billie Wilber and Darlene I.ee of Maysville. After the 1 o'clock luncheon, bridge was played from two tables with prizes going to Darlene Lee, Aileen Hay, Carol Dewell. and Catherine Boyd. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB BUTTERF1ELD Mrs. Cora Callion discusse the Red Cross Blood-mobile anc tnltl of changes in First Aic techniques at the June meeting held in the home of Mrs. Dolo res Cook. The business session was con ducted by Mrs. Alice Talbert The next meeting will includi a tour of the University of Ar kansas' planetarium. Mrs. Dolores Cool Tape Deck Stolen Lee D. Dancer of Silaam Springs told Fayetteville polic Sunday that a stereo tape dec and two speakers were stole from his car while the car Saturday nigh was parked 1211 N. Levereit Ave. Police said they believed th car was unlocked with a wir Summer Wear Black washed jeans, embroidered T-shirt and strappy san- great for summer dais are wear. Suitable Toppings A must for quick and easy ;unvmer travel is the right selection of blouses. One (or sport and otie for dress I can be coordinated with a number of outfits is all you need Make sure, of course, that yot choose washable fabrics Iha don't need ironing. You've made the right choice when you can wear it with pants or skirts, for day or evening. You'll also want one dress that goes anywhere, be it sightseeing, out to dinner, night clubbing or errand IkrasDii The very special way to remember.. COLLIER DRUG STORES 100 W. Dickson Across from Post Offic* Phon* 4424262 Hlgfamy 16 Eatt MM* 4434441 JUNE IS PEARL MONTH - AND UNDERWOOD'S HAS PEARLS GALORE LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: Â· Â·I'm so busy making an indexed file of "Heloise hints," that I'm behind in my housework... Mrs. Stadirmiller Dear Heloise: * Since our youngest graduated from his high chair to Ihe table I have been setting his place on a small strving tray. The raised edge keeps crumbs and spills neatly contained. In addition, when it's time to clear the (able, tnere's a tray right at hand! Mrs. John P. Sullivan Dear Heloise: After numerous attempts to find a quick, easy way to clean f r e s h mushrooms without soaking them. I have always reverted to washing them individually with a paper towel under running water. Twelve years later I think I have found a better way. Float them in a large bow] or pan in the sink and let Ihe (moderate) force of the water from the sink's spray attach ment do the scrubbing! They bounce and twirl and magically clean themselves nothing flat! Marie Hilyer Home Furnishings Dept. Street Floor Â· Rodeo. The true rustic look of Americana. Beige body with printed ruffle. 72x36 Vola nee $7.98 $3.98 Morning Glory. A charming Cape Cod curtain with multl color shell stitching bordering the ruffle. \ , I , I , / Â·^ ^ ^ ^ ^ v' V SWIFTS 48x34 Valance $7.58 $3.98 Many sty!es and colors to choose from. Checks, solids, Contemporary, Tradi- tional and Early American Home for Custom and Ready Made Drapes and Curtains Open Monday and Thursday Nites Til 8-30 June Is Pearl Month and Underwood's is bringing you pearls galore at a most oppor- tune time to give you the best values possible. Here's why: this past season has been a poor growing season for pearls in Japan because of poor weather, inflation in Japan, and high- er costs in Japan involving pearl harvesting. Underwood's made arrangements with our importers in January for a pearl showing this June with a guarantee of the old prices. So it is a very advantageous time to buy. Pearl prices are getting ready to soar, and this is your opportunity to buy pearls at a real sav- ings. Come in soon and loo kthem over. We have pearl necklaces from choker to rope length, all pearl or mixed--and we have hanks of pearls that can be purchased by the inch and strung to the length you desire. SUMMER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT: Hon. through Fri--fl nn. to 5 p.m. Saturday--9 a-m. to 1 p.m.