Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 26, 1974
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Bits Of Paint Remove Spots Dear Heloise: I read this hint in your column years ago and use it all the time. Save the bits ol paint left over after painting your walls. When a soiled spot appears, take a damp sponge, dip it in the paint and scrub the spot with the paint. It really works! Peyton Moncure You are so-o-o right! Wet the sponge thoroughly and wring it out slightly so fiat it is not sopping wet, then dip it in the water-based paint (the water in the sponge will dilute the paint) and dab the soiled spots. If you wash water-base painted walls often, it tends to leave a faded area where you have This will save « Tot of time (and nerves( when several puzzles get upset at the same time. Mrs. Pat Rodeffer Dear Heloise: String or twine is always coming apart and it takes some time to get it untangled. Take one of the empty margarine cups and put a hole in the cover and put your ball of string 01 twine iiito it with the loose en out through the hole in the lid. W. Badge Dear Heloise: rubbed the wall. Heloise Dear Heloise: I use a spray-gun bottle to dampen my clothes for ironing and pressing. It gives a fine spray all over the garment and makes it just right for ironing, and not too wet. Mrs. Hess When f beat or mix up jus a small amount of food, I us a custard cup and a toy e g beater. This method is better by fa than using a fork or a spoon. Mrs. D. Barnhi MR. AND MRS. MAHER .. .after iheir marriage at St. Anne's Catholic Houston Miss Gaskin Is Bride In Church Texas · St. Anne's Catholic Church in Houston, Texas, was the scene lor the afternoon wedding on . Saturday, June 8, of Miss Allj'n , Lynette Gaskin of Houston and George Ed.ward Maher, also of ' Houston. Parents of the couple · arc Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Al. len Gaskin of Springdale and · M r . a n d - Mr. Robert Emmet ' Maher of Houston. The Rev. John Burke per- · lormecl the double ring ccre- ; niony before Hie altar decorated with tvyo mixed arrangements of rubrum lilies, white delphin- . him, yellow and white iris and Killion daisies. Clustered can:' delahra entwined with daisies · md greenry flanked the couple ': at the altar rail. The center aisle was decorated with pew ; holders containing yellow ' white iris and daisies. and . A program of wedding music was presented by the organist, ; Bruce Comely, who a'ccompan: kd Miss Patti Spain as s h e . sang. "Follow Mo," and "The n Houston. Wedding Song. Escorted by her falher, the ; bride wore a traditional gowi · graced with lace, sequins ant I liny bridal pearls. Scalloped · Chantilly lace, imported from : France encircled the wedding ; hand neckline and accented the : filled waistline. Scattered lac ] motifs finished the hemline ; Victorian sleeves opened fron '· the shoulder to her wrists fc ; reveal l o n g undersleeves o Chantilly lace. The chapol-leng I Ih train had a center panel o : hand-dipped Chantilly lace am · flowed from the waistline where ; it was attached by a large bow · A Juliet cap of salin, lace ant I pearls held her elbow-length il' lusion veil which was edged in '. scalloped Chantilly lace, a n d ; she carried a colonial bouquet . of yellow and pink roses, stephanotis and baby's breath. · Mrs. Bob McKinley of Bellaire, Tex., was matron of honor, Mrs. Ronald Leigh of Houston, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid, Miss ', Patrice Singletary of Spring' dale, niece of the bride, was '. junior bridesmaid, and Miss ; Michele Singletary, also of ' Springdale, another niece, was flower girl. They wore matching gowns designed with fitted ' waistlines, Victorian necklines, · floor-length wilh short, puffed ! sleeves. Aprons were attached ; at the waist. Mrs. McKinley's , gown was yellow wilh an apron ' of yellow and while gingham ' embroidered wilh flowers. The i bridcsmaids's dresses were of ' yellow and while gingham em- ', broidercd with flowers and their · aprons were while eyelet. The · flower girl wore a floor-length ; while gown with an apron of contrasting yellow and white ; gingham, and daisies in her ' hair. Others wore wide brim\ med white hats with yellow ribbons and carried natural has kels of yellow and while dais- · ies. Ronald I.eigh was best man. · groomsman was Robert E. ', Maher Jr., and ushers were · Thomas E. Maher. Terrancc P. '· Maher and Edward P. Maher ; Jeff Garwiek, nephew of the · bridegroom, was ring hearer. The bride's mother, escorted y her grandson, .lay Singletary f Springdale, wore a sheer- loor-length pastel green dress ?ith gold accessories. The iridegroom's mother wore heer, floor-length pastel blue kirt with a bodice of pastel flor- il print and blue accessories loth wore corsages of pale yel- w ghimelias. A reception at Ciladel Club- ouse followed the ceremony, nosegay of fresh roses and n in i at tire orchids topped the iered wedding cake. Serving verc Mrs. Robert Bolan of Pine ff,' sister of the bride, Miss Carol Maher of Houston, sister if the bridegroom. Miss Mary ^ranees Jones of Houston and Springdale and Mrs. Steven "^ole of Shrevepoil, La. Mrs. 'atrick Singletary, sister of the iride of Springdale, presided at he guest book. After a wedding trip to San Antonio, the couple is at home Dear Heloise: When I have a large .package (such as an ironing board) to give as a gift', I just take flat wall paint and a roller and paint the box. The paint covers ill printing and pictures on the xx and leaves a clean, nretty jox to put ribbons and decora .ions on. It is so much easier and less expensive than trying to wrap. Mrs. Lyndall Creagcr Dear Heloise: When children accumulate many puzzles, number the boxes 1, 2, 3, etc. Then number all the pieces that go in Box No. 1 . with a 1 on the back of each piece. Continue this with each box or tray puzzle according to its number. KEEP YOUR PLACE! Dear Heloise: On my table I use placemats fancy or plain. The part under the pla 1 never gets soiled, so before crumble it for the trash can trace circles from 1 the cente and there you are., .saucer do ies (for catching coffee spills at no cost. · v Ruth Mary G Dear Heloise: To remember to t a k e your medicine: On Sunday put the dai ration of medicine into sevt bottles labeled with the daj of the week. No more guessing! ' Janet Lock Bowman Family Has Dinner A family dinner was held unday at the Lawrence Bow an home on Highway 16 East. Guests were Lt. and Mrs. erry Hardin. who will leave rtls week to visit relatives efore reporting to Fort Gor on, Ga., where he will undergo raining for the Signal Corps fter which he will be stationed t Fort Leavenworth, Kan. He raduated from the University f Arkansas and received his ommission in the U.S. Army Reserve. Mrs. "Hardin is the ortner Miss Debbie Wolfe and he also attended the Univer ity. Other guests were Lloy Wolfe of Memphis. Tenn., Mr ind Mrs. Wallace Smead c )aisy, Mr. and Mrs. Tomm lenderson of Siloam Springs ilr. and Mrs, Dean West an )eana of Springdale, Mrs. Joh Vqlfe, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bow man and Mr, and Mrs. Law rence Bowman, S h e i l a . - S h a r and John Bowman, all of Fay etteville. Cake an3 ice cream wa served to observe John Bow man's second birthday. Luncheon Honors louple . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Upchurch and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Audrair entertained with a luncheon las! Saturday at the Upchurch resi donee on Prospect for Miss iara Katherine Vinzant, hei lance, J e f f e r y Lynn Koe iig, members of t h e wed ding party and out-of-town jucsts here for the wedding that evening. Garden flowers in profusion decorated the rooms and lunch eon tables. Special guests were Dr .am Mrs. John W. Vinzant, parent of the bride-elect, Mrs. Lorrain Koenrg, the prospective bride groom's mother, and the Re\ Claiborne Bell, who performec t h e ' ceremony ' at the Firs United Presbyterian Church and Mrs. Bell. · · · . Dress Revue Scheduled By 4-H Clubs "Fashion Wonderland" will be the theme of Washington County's annual 4-H D r e s s Revue to be held at Ozarks Electric's Hospitality Room Friday at 10 a.m. Garments to he judged on construction should be registered by 12 noon Thursday. Also to be included in the day's activities will be a cotton dress reyue, modeling and appropriate wear for boys. Winners in each category will represent Washington County at he District 4-H O'Rama to b eld at the University of Arkai as on July 17. A.-tea to honor participant 'iirents and leaders will folio he contest. EVEREST vJENNINGS FijelUville Draf E. Side Squire 4U-H4S Nortfow »t Arkansas W /or OMEN: W*dne«Jay, June 26, 1974 f) 9 umiMNUHMiiMiiiiiiiMiwiiH minium iiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii : Daily Calendar of Events 'onight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Miriam Duell,-Beatriz Pilapil, Roy Nastasi Recital, Arts Gen-. er Concert Hall, 8 p.m. . SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radto t\ta dqnarters to tfedroalr* tftM* IK* 530 N, Collcg* 443-229 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG *Z E. Center -- 44S-42M City Parkin; Lot In Rear Thursday Mothers Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. till jn Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, Conference Room, 9:30 n. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospilal, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. ii'iiinsaiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiinmniiMiii! Senior Class Will Hold 20th Reunion The 1954 senior class of tluntsville High School will have a 20-year class reunion at Lhc Crossbow Restaurant in HuntsviUe. Dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m., and a place for visiting afterwards .will be announced at the dinner. A]] members of the class with their husbands and-or wives are invited to attend. The date is Saturday, JiUy 6. : WHIPPED BLUE BONNET'S MADE IT BIG! Births · REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ; Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Boslei ot West Fork, a son, June 24. ;, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W Coger of Springdale, a son ' June 24. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert A Crane of Elkins, a son, June ',24. ·'. 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