Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 25, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 25, 1974
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or MEN Tuesday, June 25, 1974 0 5 Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Don Shores of Cave Springs announce ihe engagement and approaching marriage nf their daughter, Rrenda, lo David Sain, son of Mr. a nit Mrs. Karl Sain of Memphis, Tenn. Miss Shores attended Ilttrding College for two years where she was a meraher of Kappu Phi social club and! a Physical Education major. A 1971 graduate of Harding College, the prospective bridegroom is employed as an accountant for Federal Express of Memphis. The wedding will be an event of Aug. 16 in the Church of Christ at Cave Springs. Hints From Heloise-Finds Use For Plastic Bags Miss Easter Is Bride In Church Evening Rites At 7 o'clock in ttie evening n Friday. June 7, Miss Becky uc Easter, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Virgle Easter. Route Lowell, became the bride of ciion Roy Bruce, son of t li c ev. and Mrs. S. E. Bruce, outc 6. Fayetleville, at Chrisan Assembly oF God Church Lowell. The Rev. Mr. Bruce pcr- ormed the double ring cer- nony, and the Rev. Oren Paris resented wedding music at Ihe rgan. The bride wore a white satir ress with chiffon sleeves and ace bodice and her veil wab ttached to a headpiece of ies. She carried an open Bible ith a bouquet of red carna- ons and while stophanotis on op. Mrs. Ina Easter [was matron f honor and bridesmaids were liss Vicky Easter and Miss irlcne Easter. They wore ·hiie dresses with embroidery f red roses, while hats with ed streamers and carried libles topped with bouquets oF cri carnations. Karen Easter vas flower girl and Lynda! Velch was ring bearer. Carl Bruce served as best an. ushers were Charles Stc- vart and Carney Easier, can- "Jelighters were Bruce Southern nd Darrcll Easier and grooms- nen were Phil Islcy and Larry faster. The bride's mother wore a ed, white and hlue dress with corsage of red and while car- i a t i o n s . The bridegroom's nother wore a blue and white !rcss with a corsage of white arnations. A reception in Fellowship iall followed the ceremony. The couple is at home in Fay- ttevillc. Protect Skin Daily Skin care is extremely mportant during the warm weather month, since the skin is exposed more frequently to sun and wind, according to a teauty and fashion authority. Ctcans- ng. toning, protecting and nourishing help lo preserve ifetime of good looks, the expert states. He suggested that women begin eacli day with cleansing facial. After the cream has been tissued off and he face rinsed with cool water, a skin tonic should be applied .o help refresh and refine skin .exlure. Reheat Rolls To reheat day-old rolls, pul them in a brown paper bag ant twist the end shut. Dip the bag in water and remove it imme diately. Hace the bag in a ho oven. By the time the bag is dried o u t , the rolls will hi piping hot and heated through. Dear Heloise: For several months this year, my father suffered from an infection confined to Ins hands and feet. The area on the h a n d s was easy to take care of but we had a great deal of difficulty when it came to treating his feet. He was required to soak his feel in a water solution several . limes a day. The prescription called for two lablcls lo o n e pint of water. : Well, no matter w h a t size pan we used, one pint of water just wouldn't cover enough area of his foot. We f i n a l l y discovered that by putting his foot in a plastic bag (waslebasket size), and pouring . the solution in on his foot, we could then pull the hag up tight around his feot and tape it in place. This caused a pink layer of walcr lo cover every area of his Foot lo above the ankle. By gathering the bag above ' the "ankle, and securing it with one piece of tape, no tape touched the skin and it didn't slow down the circulation. (Do not use rubber bands etc., 'because of the circulation factor.) It worked beautifully, but must also note that we did i whole treatment in a large pan to insure that t h e plastic bag wouldn't leak to the floor. J u d y Williams LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: If you sloop over in the shower for the soap... Alary Ann C, And six pages followed... Yep know what you mean, honey chile. Heloisr 1 Aly husband goes through work socks like mad and whe darning t h e m (which I can stand, but do), I use the enipt; plastic egg that a brand of hose comes packaged in. I just, pop it in the sock and darn away. When finished, I put needle and a spool of threat inside the egg and I'm rcadj for the next time. Darn it! Alice Jame Dear Heloise: I write to quite a group o friends and f a m i l y regularly and since my memory is no t h a t great any more, I mark my desk calendar with the indi vidual's i n i t i a l s on the date write. That way, no one gets skippet with important family news, bu KXPIITT WATCH · ' ' ' ' ' ' · 3 ·"· r SWIFTS o one has to read "repeats." It's easy to slip (he Calcut Bridge Association Eiecls New Officers New officers anci board members elected in Hot Springs to serve 1974-75 for Uie Arkiinsi'S B r i d g e Association Unit o f A in e r i c a Contract Bridge .efiguc arc Mrs. Mershel Luclil o F Arkiidelphia. president; Edward Lester of Little Uock vice president; and Mrs. C. D. Tarpley of Little Rock, secre tary-treasurer. Board members to serve one year are May Williams of Pine Bluff. Nick Wintory of For Smith, Lois J i m e r s o n ol Augusta. Gerold Rcrry of Little lock and Wanda Harper oF Hoi Springs. Board members to serve [or two years arc Linden M a n n e r and Mrs. G. G. Maddox of Hoi Springs. Mrs. J. C. Welch o "inc B l u f f , David A. Lingle o Russollville. Mrs. Larry Shurls of Cherokee Village, Dr. Bovce Parley of Fort Smith and Mrs W. H. Jett of Little Rock. back to their initial the ilex time I write and continue on with family news. C.S.W To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Beecher Jr., of Rogers announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie, to Ron Wierick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wierick, also of Rogers. Miss Bceclier, a graduate ,,[ Rogers H i g K School, nltenrtert the Unlvcrsi- ty of Arkansas. The prospec- tive bridegroom is a g r a d u a t e of Rogers High School a n d Northeastern Oklahoma AM College. He is now employed at Union Carbide Corporation in Rogers. The marriage will lake place at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 21, at the First Bapiist Church in Rogers. nreoxleu snarp cnctinar cneese. gnu »r m m»!».·· --. iiiiiiliiiiliiiiiiiii iiiiiiinn niniiiiiiiiiiiit mm itiii!tiiii)iiii]iiiiiiiiiiiiiMnii«wi»« Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, SI. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m.. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Order ol Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. . DAV and Auxiliry, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7:30 The TIMES It On Top of The New* Seven Days a Week Lake Cottage Meeting Scene Of Garden Club Mrs. M. 0. Ramay, Miss Juaniia Caudle anci Mrs. Rescue Ambrose were hostesses lo members ot the Iris Garden r.lub Tor a covered dish luncheon at noon last Wednesday at Lhe ttamny Lake cottage. Six- eon mmbcrs were present and guests \vere Mrs, Ellen Carson and Mrs. Robert Sly. A short business meeting was held at which reports were given by ' Mrs, Robert Hnrsh and Mrs. Ambrose on the recent Fayetteville Council meeting concerning participation in the Lake Fayctteville park project and the slate daffodil sbow lo be held in Fay ettevillc next spring. The group will not meet again until September. Household Hint Iodine slains may be removed from the hands by rubbing h a n d s with a slice of lemon or a slice of raw potato. Homemakers Altenci Annual Convention "Striving for a Belter Life" was the theme of Ihe '16th an- jal convention of the Arkansas Extension Homemaker Council icld at Harding College, Searcy. Representing Washing- .ou County Extension Homemakers at the meeting wre Mrs. A. J. Mcinerl, past state president; Mrs. Lawrence Skcl- lon. president of County Coun cil; Mrs. Irmalcc Brown, bead resident. Girl's 4-H House: Jlrs. Edith Koeller: Mrs. Rae Cul- mcr; and. Extension Hoine Economists, Mary Gilbert, Nina CofFce and Pat Heck. Featured speakers on the program were Dr. Clifton L. Ganus, Jr., president, Harding College; Mrs. Induk Paiik of New York, founder of the Berea School for Boys in Korea a n d author of three books; and Mrs. J. Whiteside of t h e Consumer Product Commission, New Orleans. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! bday's leautyrest omorrows 'rices! SAVE S 10TO'40 DEPENDING ON SIZE! 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