Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 20, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1974
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.'','·*'/,. - ',;' " *-**·» [TIME^photo by Ray Gray) NEW BUILDING i .. .constructed for the Ozark Nalive Arts ami Crafts Fair which opens Friday and will eon- f ,tintie through Sunday on top oj the Boston Mountain, Highway 71, south of Winslow -} 5 |New Crafts Building Ready ^Indoor and outdoor booths | jftll be set up with Ihe addition ·J a new building constructed (t»r the Fourth Annual Ozark Kative Arts and C r a f l s Fair iiarLing at 9 a.m. Friday tfirough Sunday on top of Ihe Boston Mountains, Hwy, 71 pbuth oF Winslow. 'iThc new building, which was in alt volunteer project, is adjacent lo the home of the Ozark Native Craft Association, sponsor of the fair. Jt is a pcr- Manenl structure and will also bouse future fairs and craft classes according to Mrs. Jean Chase, fair c h a i r m a n . "/Another permanent addition, which will be up in lime for the fair, is a beautifully carved and wood burned sign of native hard-wood made by Mrs. Marcia S. A r p i n of West Fork. The sign for the Ozark Native Craft Shop, is made of f o u r large planks (each about nine feet long)- which will be suspended by- chains from a large beam gale way. A number of area artists and crallsemn will display their work along with artists from Louisiana, Colorado. Oklahoma. Missouri and Texas, slated Mrs. Chase. And in addition to the crafts booths there will be a number Bridge News FAYETTEVtLLE - Joe Scott and Bob M u n d a were first place winners in Sun day afternoon games al the I.e Jion Hut. Winning second place were Mancy Marshall and Ed Burks, third. Mrs. Roy Barbee and Mrs. Joe Rodman, and tying for fourth and f i f l h places were Mrs. George R o l l e r and Larry Horn anri Joan Edmislon and Roy Barbee. " In Monday right's gamef. Joan Edrniston anri Airs. Joe ,Scott won first place. Joe Scott and Bob Munday, second; Mrs. Ralph Williams and Mrs. Joe R o d m a n , third; anri Mr. and '.Mrs. John Bradley, fourth. - The Sunday afternoon group's .tournament will be held the last £unday in June. j Thrift Tip { Inexpensive, opaque plastic pgarrelte cases m a k e idea] eoap and towetetle carriers for pampers. The "match bulge' 1 portion holds the towelette. leaving plenty of room for n bar of soap. Since the case closes securely, holes should be punched in the enris to allou jhe soap to dry and to prevent the towelette from souring. Into everything? put him into ·THP, «· «orM b foil of mmJmt* tHlngm! Tim fcr to sup. tor SHOE TREE Evelyn Hills demonstrations. Bill Wedekin Winslovv will he at his pot- r's wliecl and 80-year-olo Mar- EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMniiiiiiciiimiiiiHiiinniiiimiiiiiD MEADOW VALLEY H. Comfort C*mmunity Build- g was the scene of the lunch- n meeting when 23 members d several guests were pre- il. A special guest was Vera rr, who now lives in Califor- i and is a lormer member the club. Hostesses were elah Parkhurst and Eurice rler. ranees Miller gave devo ns, R u t h Shaw Ihe eye opetv and new c l u b books were tribuled and filled out. Mrs. Porter presented the ogram on "decisions," with chart on how to make them. The next meeting will be held the Ozark Rural Electric ilding on J u l y 10 at 11 a.m. stesses will be Mrs. Miller d Mrs. Shaw. Buelah Parkhurst, Reporter tin J. Bradley of Winslow turn ing his lathe and Mrs. Warren Scott of Winslow directing ;quilting hee. Keith Chase o Winslow will also make white oak baskets while Robert Hewg ly of Oklahoma demonstrates his skill in furniture making China painters and jewelr.v makers will also be busy a their trade. The kitchen of the c r a f t shop will be in f u l l swing to supply refreshments, and entertain ment will be provided by Springdale bluegrass band, the Sugarhill Express, Friday eve ning starting at 5 p.m. Judging will begin al 2 p.m Saturday. Judges, Bill Ramse of Prairie Grove, Richard Bar hour anri Mrs. Betty Hutcheso both of West Fork, will be look ing for the most attractive dis play, the best of show and th most unique craft. Exhibitors will display an sell china, lapidary, all type of woodwork, crocheted an knitted garments, s t u f f e d - an mals, toys and dolls, candy an jelly, h a n d m a d e quilts and bed spreads, leather work, sunbon nets, candles, metal sculpture ceramics, decoupage. white oa baskets, handforged knives an types of art work just t list a few. You're invited . . . Friday . . . Trunk Show "the nicest shop in town 1 ' Opening July 1st BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC. "Everything for the expectant mother" 502 West Emma 751-1474 Springdale, Ark. WOMEN Thursday, June 20, 1974 Welcome Wagon Meets For Coffee Welcome Wagon Club m c t i 'uesday morning at the home ] f Mrs. Nolan SUibblcfielrJ o n ' ild Missouri Road From 10 a.m. j n l i l noon, Mrs. Fran W a l k e r com Arizont was welcomed as now member and Mrs. Ifcn'- .. was a guest. Mrs, Doris Mi]oil was co-hostess. · - · Coffee and punch were ".served nd flowers from the garden entered the table in Uie Formal lining room appointed w i t h anli- uc furnishings and china, A r aried assortment of cookies, hocolate n u t squares and fancy iastries were served. Those present introduced hem selves and gave a brief alk about their background. Members were .reminded to get their recipes in as soon as wssible for the Welcome Wagon cookbook to be published n the Fall. ; . . - . .. ..... The next meeting -will be an evening ice cream social to be ield at the home of Mrs* Dolores Cook, 2710 Collcttc. on July 6. Members are asked to bring awn chairs to this a f f a i r . Any resident oF the KayelteviHe- Springdale area is invited lo al Lend any of these rnccLhigs of the club and it is not necessary o he a newcomer. Large Crowd Attends Annual Family Reunion PRAIRIE GROVE -- There were 94 in attendance at Ihe Iheam .Family reunion held ·his pasl weekend at. Battle Kit'lci Park iti Prairie Grove. Tliosi; aUeiutm^ n?prosetited .he states of California, Oregon, 1'ex.jK. Oklahoma. Missouri iiiti Kansas nnrl Mexico. This is the first reunion for .tie Rheatn-Cassat families for approximately 10 years, accord ing to Mrs. Juanila Cassal Rheam of Salem. Ore. who or g(mixed the event. Three gen orations of Ihe Rheam famil have lived in Sprtnglown a n c itlier communities in this area Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stockdati of Betla Vista, a d a u g h t e r , Juni 17. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones o Kijyetlcville ,a daughter, June 17. . MIT Encourages Energy Saving Appliance Use NEW YORK (AP) -- The .ome appliance industry should ncournge Hit use of energy- mnfierving appliances, or the government is likely to do so ly regulation, says a Mas- achusetls Institute of Tech- iplogy study. For example, the study says i S300 refrigerator now can :ost Ihe consumer as much 35 .700 for electricity over its av- -rage 14-yciir 1 life spall, erms of 1572 dollars. Such hidden costs of major consumer appliances are al east equal lo the purchase N'ice and are expected to in crease sharply, said the study sponsored by the National Sci nee Foundation and releases Tuesday. The MIT report said, "the American public generally i i w a r e of the 'life-cycle costs of major appliances, which in iritlition to purchase price, in elude costs tjf maintenance am repairing, servicing, electrica operating energy and even Jis posal." The refrigerator-freezer wa'^ found to be the largest single user of electrical energy in' thi household. 14.1 per cent of Ih' total. There are indications in f o r m a t i o n on energy con sumption will become part c the price lag dala. The Association of Home Ap pliance Manufacturers has hee working on a standard for re frigeratnrs that will show the cost in watts per cubic foot, ac cording to Dr. George C. New ton Jr. of MIT. The report said, the Amcr can consumer stil! is more coi cerned with such features a si/c. appearance, function an price than with energy coi sumption, hut noted, that man states are preparing legislatio t h a t would require cnergy-us labeling on leading appliances A Shackelford f a m i l y reunion ill be held Sunday, beginning t 11 a.m. at Lalla Barn in Prairie Grove Battlefield Park. 'hose a t t e n d i n g are a s k e d lo ring a basket lunch. .The a n n u a l Johnson f a m i l y eunion will be held at Wesley n Sunday. June 2'i. This will be an all-day affair with a has- et lunch served at noon. All elatives and friends are invited o attend. The Northwest A r k a n s a s louncll of IRA will have uncheon-business meeting at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Arkan- Announcements sas Union. Officer* for 1374-75 win t« elected. A "donkey dance" sponsored hy Shilo Swingers of Sprinedale and Swinging 8's of Rogers will ho held at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Springdale Armory. It is open to members of all square dance clubs, and there is an admission charge. Household Hint A s t r i p of aluminum foil should be placed over the rim of a flower pot containing African violets. The lower stems and leaves may be damaged by touching the hare rim of (he pot where soil salts collect. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Parents Without Partners, Mcllroy Bank, 7 p.m. Washington County Medical Assistants, Agri Park, 7:30 p.m. Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library, 7:30 p.m. Baldwin Commandery No. 4, Knights Templar, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. , SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-way radto to «toctK«lci iteaa Ua* 530 N. Colled- 443-SB For Your Prescription N«od» SeeU* QUAKER DRUG a E. Center -- MMM* City Parking Lot In Rew Friday Abilities Unlimited, Downtown Motor Lodge, 11:30 a.m. Iinillilin^^^ WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY WAL WE 51 LI FOR LfSS WAL-MART Discount City L S A T I S F A C T I O N j \ G U A R A N T E E O / Sale Starts Thurs. Sale Ends Saturday W A L - M A R T Heoflfc Beauty Aids Iscount Sale \Ht*l£- .^wit-nil HURRY TO WARDS WIG EVENT! WIGS! WIGS! WIGS! SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! 4 94 TO EGUIARLY 9.8* REGMARLY $25,00 Tr«at yeurseff to ftw wig you've always wanted I Alwayi needed I Choose from o fabulous selection of chic styles, fine mod- acrylia, fashion eotors. Come! See! Save! vtlyn Hilif Open Thurs. * Fri. Nites HEAD SHOULDERS 7 Oz. LOTION SHAMPOO 4Oz.TUBE $107 SOi.JflR CREST TOOTHPASTE Regular or mint Flavor 7 Oz. Tube Reg. 72 CONCENTRATE SHfifTtPOO 5 Oz. Tube Reg. 1.1? ·/'",#V : 1 SURE ftnti-Persplrant R»g. or UVtscented 9Oz.Can Reg. 1.24 $107 SCOPE OTouthwash ft Gargle 24 Oz. Bottle Reg. 1.42

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