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June 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Pruning The Roses In an effort to save the roses, planted several years ago on the fence at Washington School, und which arc hclng crowded out hy weeds a n d small tree sprouts, members of Perennial Garden Club had u workday last Thursday al the schmil with a picnic luncheon at noon. Pruning roses are Mrs. James l. Smith, Mrs. Fred Stevenson and Mrs. Joe Upchurch, left- right. (TIMESpholfl hy Ray Gray) Legion Auxiliary Entertains At Veterans Hospital Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 27 en- tcrlnitieti patients at the VA Hospital, particularly honoring those; with birthdays in Juno, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Fnlher Roidmcullcr gave the invocation and cakes served were baked and decorated by Johnsie Doan. Helping serve were Bob and Mabel Martrtox. Audrey Lightfoot and Jessie Patterson. Music was provided by Earl Henslcy on the guitar and Art Boyd, who played a 225-year-old violin made in Germany. The next meeting of the Aux.. iary will be hetct June 20 when Mrs. Cy Carney will install new officers and a potluck supper will be served. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUBS COMB'S CHAPEL Mrs. Stanley Potts was hostess when the June meeting was field at her home and 11 members answered roll call with uggcstions for good nutrition. Mrs. George Gray Sr. reviewed an article from the Oz;irk Mountaineer on play par- tics and square dances. Mrs. "Potts demonstrated .lacking foods for freezing plastic twigs and Mrs. Robert Rnrkcr directed a lesson food preparation related to fat control. Mrs. Barker conducted a qili/. and distributed related material. The next meeting will be a picnic July 1(1 at Walker Park. Daily Calendar of Events Today Chapter K, PEO Picnic, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pendleton, 7 p.m Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Toar 3-way radl» t*a r!m niters 530 N. Col leg* For Your Prescription Needi S«rU« QUAKER DRUG 12 E. Center - 442-424* City Parking Lot In Rear Tuesday Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Salvation Army Advisory Fioard, 17 West Rock, 12 noon Civitan Culb, Wyati's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon National Association of Retired Federal Employes, Hil! crest Towers, 1:30 p.m. American Ked Cross, 111 W. Lafayette, 4 p.m. Northsidc Rofary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Walcliers, Goff Building. 7:30 a.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m Board of Governors, Regional Medical Center, 7 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter, No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:3(1 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 pjm lll«i|«*ltl»»«l!*i«lllllliiro WHITE ROCK A combination meeting can-up day was held at Ih lite Rock Community club f e June session. Seven mem rs and one guest were pre nt. Members discussed endship quilt with each mem r making a personalize ock. The business session wa nductecl by the retiring vie esident. Mrs. Dorothy Decl Mrs. Minnie Beth Tipton wa ected vice president for 197 . A luncheon featuring fres gctables from the gardens embers was served. The highlight of the meeti.., as the presence of two charte embers, Mrs. Pearl Kidde id her house guest Mrs. Pea holtus of Aromore, Okla. The next meeting will be he uly 9 at 10:3(1 a.m. in the ne orae of Mrs. Leal Lela Lam W}\ 16 West. Mrs. Dorothy Deck Knits Easy To Sew EDITOR'S NOTE-. Information on sewing knits is t h e :opic for consumer tips prepared by Mrs. Mary Gilbert, 'xtension home economist. More home sewers are sewing nits because knits are com- ortable to wear. They a r e asy to care for since they can se machine washed and tumble dried or washed by h a n d nd drip dried. In either case, o ironing is required. The fabric is adaptable. It is asy 10 handle and sew. In iiost cases, it doesn't ravel, require stay-stitching, tape, or earn finishing. Set-in sleeves nd fullness are easy to mange. Linings or interfacings are [cnerally not used unless mak- ng a jacket or coal. Interfac- ng is needed at all button- lole locations and when u s e d should be lightweight, fusible, voven interfacing especially designed for knits. Some sowing pointers include: A slight shrinkage of fabric right present a fitting problem, M preshrink fabric by washing ·ilh a detergent, then tumble dry. Preshrink all zippers and .rims as well. Use ball-point pins, machine needles, and hand sewing needles to prevent cutting the material as stitches are made n I lie fabric. Regular pointed needles will cut through the yarn and create a hole in Uie garment, Use cotton covered, polyester thread. This type of thread will have the same amount of stretch as most knit fabrics. Check tension of the machine by sewing through a double thickness of the fabric. Stitches should look the same on top of Uie fabric as on the bottom. Press seams open as y o u sow, using a low steam setting. If you want semi-permanent creases, "test press" fabric to determine degree of crushing or blazing to expect. To put in a hem, make a single row of machine stitching one-fourth inch from the bottom edge. You may pink if desired. Pin up the hem. U s e loose hand stitches to hem the garment. Stitches should be about one-half inch apart. Hand stitches should not be visible on the outer side of the garment. This 'n That About Town Some 600 members of Beta Sigma Phi in Arkansas converged on Fayetteville over the weekend tor the annual state convention. And it was SOME convention! "Stairway to Stardom," was the general theme and was cleverly carried out at the Saturday luncheon at the Arkansas Union. Twelve members from the various Fayetteville chapters Imitated movie and tv stars with Mrs. Frank Cumbie as Mae West and Mrs. Ed S m i t h as Ernestine particularly outstanding, Billie Jo Starr narrated the fashion show -- she also wrote the script, and summer fashions from County Square, Dillard's. Ms. Neff's. Trumbo's and Cambpell-Bell were smart and pretty. Forty dozen orchids were flown in from Hawaii to mark the places of those attending the "Luncheon at the Coconut Grove." Bernard Contrella taped all the music and in charge of arrangements were Mary Patrick, Jan Zachry and Mrs. John Galloway. Milded Scott, an active member of a Little Rock chapter, received the International Award of Distinction, the highest award in Beta Sigma Phi, marking the first time ever an Arkansan has received this award. She has been a member of BSP for 25 years and holds the Order of Rose Degree. The latest award came to her for "extraordinary service to her sorority and community." The Girl of the Year is Barbara Lemmons of Xi Psi Chapter at Jonesboro. Fayetteville's own Norma (Mrs. Farrell) Conner received this honor in 1971; in 1972 Mrs. Jack Ray of Fayetteville was first runnerup. and in 1973, Mrs. Bill Jones, also of Fayetteville. was first runnerup. All judges were from out of state. The Btate convention will be held next year in Jonesboro. NOW OPEN ADELLA'S SHOP OZARKS BUILDING 200 West Center Fayetteville, Ark. Mon.-Fri., 9:30-12, 1-5 Ozark Arts and Crafts · News - Novelties Stires Candles Adella D. Gray, Manager FREE CLASSES Beginners Crochet. . . .July 1, 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Beginner Knitting... .July 2, 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m Needlepoint July 3, 9:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m Crewel Embroidery. .. .July 5, 9:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m. Charge is for materials only. Enrolment Is Limited-so, please register at once. La Petite Yarn Shop Evefyn Hills Shopping Center 443-2151 join o losing race wh«r« ·v«ryon« l» u wlnn«r iryon $Q50 J T ^ per m month Compete 4-WKMUh Atogic Minor figure salons JUNE IS DOR A N N I V E R S A R Y MONTH For FREE Figure Analysis Call 521-5100 WMtgat* Shopping Centf Hwy. 62 W. * By-Pa*. W *M pJK. MM** *M ***» The first annual Arts and Crafts Festival will be held at the Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale on Saturday. June 22. and Sunday. June 23, -- all day -- each day. Thirty outstanding artists and craftsmen will display and sell their works, and it promises to he a real fine show. Paul Vanderboom, son of Helen Shaver of Fayetteville, has been named to the spring semester honor roll at Kansas State College at Pittsburg. Ann and Gregg Magruder with daughters, Carol and Ka- thv of Atlanta, Ga.. are visiting her parents. Blanche and Norman Kennan. and his mother, Carolyn Magruder. a Ohio. She was away nearly three weeks. A daughter, Tiffany Yevonne. was born to Marcia and Michael L. Brown at the Boston, Mass. Lying In Hospital on May 21. Tiffany's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunt of Fayetteville, her great grandmother is Mrs. Mae Ilatten, also of Fayetteville. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George M. Brown of Cape Cod, Mass., and great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Taylor of Huntsvilte. Marcia and Michael are former students at the University. They have a son, Shawn, four and a half years old. Dianne and Chuck Kyle of Austin. Tex., announce the birth of a son, Joseph Alexander, on June 7. Elizabeth Weaver of Fayetteville is the proud grandmother. Gail Segers and Alice Ann Simkins got home today from Virginia Beach where they attended the Diamond Convention of Zeta Tau Alpha. Gail was a delegate from the local alumnae group and Alice Ann is on the national finance committee. Susan Biggers of Little Rock and Jackie Keith of Wichita Falls, Tex., of the collegiate chapter, also attended. Zela Tau Alpha wa* rounded 75 y**n *fr hi the *·*· af Virginia and It was appropriate that they fo then (or *· diamond convention. Gail's husband, Joe .took their children on · trip to D*l- las and to Shreveport to visit his Family, and Alice Ana took her husband, George, and their children with her. Marvine and Webb Williams have returned from · ri» week trip to Europe where they had * fine time. Cheryl Adams, daughter of Edith and Ray Ad«»w, to ta Europe this summer with 65 members of the Hendrix College Choir touring Roumania. Austria. Italy and SwitMrland. Last year she toured Europe with the Choralettes. With her !| e Lynne Kilgore of Fayetteville aty* Ken Reid of Springdale. A highlight was the opera in Vienna. They will fly bora* from Zurich. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moseley Sr., have returned from Wh»- terhaven, Fla.. where they attended the weddin* of their ion, Dan Jr. on June 8. Dan and his bride, Martfca, «r» in the Ozarks on their honeymoon and will r e t u r n to BeUfMe. Fla., to live. Margaret Louise Swaim, daughter of Maj. and Mrs. John D. Swaim of Fort Sill and great granddaughter of Mrs. Maj- gie Page of Fayetteville, a recent graduate of Lawton High School is the recipient of an Officers Wives Club schoUrshtp in the amount of $1,000. She plans to attend the University of Arkansas this fall. She was also honored by the Elki Club of Lawton as the "most valuable" student at Lawton High School. Last weekend while Dorothy and Ralph Walkings*** were visiting her father, Russell Hulse at Wheeler the tornado which hit Tulsa destroyed their home in the walnut Creek area. While losing their home and household effect, they feel extremely fortunate not to have been there. Attending the National Association of Letter Carriers and Auxiliary state convention in North Little Rock to*I weekend were Quenton Tougaw, Adrian Gregg. Bud Williams t n d Homer Faubus of the Letter Carriers and Vista Bradley. Mary Ellen Clark, Betty Tougaw and Ruth Gregg of the Auxiliary. Ruth was elected state secretary. Frances Philip of Fayetteville and E d n a Rothwell of Spffite attended the Human Relations Training: Work*oP in Little Rock for La Leche League leaders. Held specifically or slate leaders and applicants. 'V^'^r^rffi' leaders and applicants from all over Arkansas ind frorn OkU- homa and Tennessee as well. The workshop was directed by Granville and Jackie Sydnor. The annual picnic for the Fayetteville Fire Department was held last Sunday at Central Fire Station instead of Walker Park as planned. Sixty-one firemen and members of their families enjoyed chicken, potato salad and baked beans 10 spite of the rain. Juliet and Duncan Eaves are happy to have as (ue«ts their daughter and son-in-law, Louisa and David Berry of Charleston, S.C., who came in yesterday and wiD be her a week. . Soviet Labor MOSCOW (AP) -- Yuri An- dropov, chief of the Soviet state security committee (KGB) and a member of the Politburo, ri- day was named a "Hero of Socialist Labor" and given his third Order of Lenin. The occasion was the secret police chief's 60th birthday. MEN Monday, Jun* 17, 1974 * 3 Think Slim... Look Slim! 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