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July 1, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Rigney-Brooks Engagementjold Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 0. Rigriey Sr., of Lexington', 1 Ky.j announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Deborah Ann, to David Ray Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clint E. Brooks Sr., of Fayetteville. Both are graduates of Lafayette High School In Lexingon. The wedding will take place at 11 a.m., July 31, in the First Wesleyan Church. 514 W. Short Street in Lexington. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Hints From Heloise-Nylon Bath Mats Look New Again Dear Folks: I had a nylon bath mat that I undi that first pair of cheer-leading Complete Project display new fire-proof draper- Miss Sanders Honored With Surprise Party A surprise .going away party for Miss Debbie' Sanders was an even of last week at the home of Miss Robin Jowers. Co- hostesses were Miss Joyce looked like fur when it was new. After a tew washings it was so matted I was going to throw it away -- and for me to do that you know how awful it' must have looked! But I decided lo wash it once more. Then, while it was still damp, I took a wire doggie brush and sat down with the rug over my knee and brushed away. I couldn't believe my-eyes!! Ail those tangles brushed out and it really did look like fur We cut the legs of 'leotards and hemmed them. They are stretchy enough for a goad fit and our daughter had outgrown SforthWMt Arkansas Simra : 0r MEN the length. Thelma D. Monday, July I, 1974 t 3 nii^^ again. The next lime I washed it. South, . Miss Judy Mis's Margie Neal. South and Mrs. Frank Lee and Mrs. Ku _...,.._, -- ... - bert Agce, left-right, co-chair-' ies that were hung ia ; Z2 pat- men of the project committee . lent rooms in the South Wmg of City Hospital Auxiliary of the Geriatrics Center and in the Hospital Cafeteria. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) ili Performs At ime Workshop Lalli, East 'Indian dancer, performed a short selection at the "Opening", for the Summer M i m e Workshop ' Sunday evening at the 1 - .Unitarian Fellowship House at 901 West . Cleveland. Approximately. 200 guests called between the hours of 7 and 9 o'clock to.meet Lalli, Sylvia Slewart, a ballet dancer, and Thomas Leabhart, mime teacher. · · ; '..-.yj The social event marked the beginning of the six-week Mime Workshop, at the House,under the 'sponsorship of the ,Uni- .versity of Arkansas, ,the Department of Speech and Dramatic Art,-and the Division ..of Continuing Education. All ' three artists will teach in the Workshop, 'which began today nd will continue for six weeks. An East Indian theme was .oted in the floral decorations jnd . at the, refreshment table a u t h e n t i c a l l y . ' . a p p o i n t e d in mnch bowl, : candleabrum, and erving pieces.'- from. .India. They belong to Mrs. William 3rton, one of:tiij hostesses who also was in' charge of; party decorations. ',: Also dispensing . hospitality vere Mrs. George Kernodle, Urs. Cyrus Sutherland, Mrs. tester Howick, - Mrs. Thomas Leabheart. Mis. .Blair Hart, Mrs. Richard Hea, Mrs. David Durst and Miss Ivy Lincoln. Personals Guests of Mrs.' Katherine Stubblefield are Capt. Charles Stubblefield and. his wife, Cissy and their, son,,of Dayton, Ohio Jimmy and. Shirley Stubblefielo and three sons'of Chino, Calif. John and Jackie . Stiibblefick and two sons of Louisville, Ky. and Billy and Meredith Rye and son of Russellville. Cake with a Raggedy Ann doll on top was served, and Miss Sanders rece-ived.au autographed book which guests si'gned. She ' also received a number oE other gifts. Fifty friends attended t h e outdoor patio party. Miss Sanders is leaving on July 15 to make her home in Charlotte, I added one-hair cup of vinegar :o the rinse water and the tangles seemed to brush out isier. Fabric softener will work, too, but use it instead of vinegar in the rinse water, not the two at the same ime. Heloise Dear Heloise: Whenever I buy new pantyhose, I buy two pairs exactly alike. Usually only one ieg on each pair gets damaged. Cut off the damaged legs, high enough so they won't show below your skirt, ' but low enough to leave a - l i t t l e bit o f leg. · " : . , . . Now put on both pairs of cropped pantyhose and there is the equivalent of a third pair for free. If it happenes that the ame leg was damaged on both pair, then put on one pair vrongside out. HAVE YOU NOTICED: That the neighbors start to work on their cars or mow the lawn on the very morning you decide to sleep late? Ghost Jon Veterans Auxiliary Has Regular Session Disabled American- Veterans Auxiliary met last week in the American Legion Hut in Springdale. Fourteen members and two guests,. Mrs. Doris Littrell and-Mrs. Winona Gage, were present. . Mrs. Baker, assistant con- Diet That Works A diet of powdered protein and glucose; mixed .with diet soda, black coffee, tea or water does not sound very appetizing. But more than 200 patients at a hospital in Cleveland are satisfied with it.. ' . . The hospital developed the special diet' to help-persons combat obesity, which is a" major factor in high;blood pressure, gallbladder disease, arthritis and vascular disease. The diet supplement helps, patients lose up.to seven pounds a' 1 week, hospital officials said. One patient is reported to have dropped from ; '565 to 244 pounds in a year. . ' Engaged Miss Joan Brown of Route 7, Fayetteville, and Jerry Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp of Route 1, Farmington, will'he married on Saturday, July 6. The bride-elect is a graduate of Elkins High School and her fiance grad- uated'from Farmington High School. : ductress, 1 advanced colors, Mrs. Anita Parsons gave the prayer, followed by a discussion on ways to make money. The group will sell tickets for a TV and a rifle lo be given away on Sept. 24 in downtown Sprirrg- dale. Mrs. Lucille Barrett was appointed to send cards to sick m e m b e r s , members were reminded' of the .July 4 parade in Springdale, and the next meeting which will be held July 23 at 7:30 p.m., in the American Legion Hut in Springdale. Dear Heloise: ".·· ' ' · Save those new liquid mar garine squeeze bottles. When you've used all the margarine wash bottles and remove the labels and inner foil cap liner. I keep one full of waler to water my house plants, plan food in another, one for liquk laundry detergent, (squirt right on collars, spots, etc., jus the right amount and no mess and have even used one to salad dressing. They're handy for so man things, a convenient size, ani Doris Howard Dear Heloise: This hint is for mothers who are tired of washing blankets every time the baby is put on he floor to play. Try using an old flannel- backed tablecloth. The . plastic side next to''the floor saves soaking through to the carpet, and the flannel is nice and soft for baby's tender skin. It can be used several times without laundering, because you always know which is the side that has been next to the floor. Great for grandparents with no cribs or playpens for the littlest visitor. Christine Books Save! have a closeable top. Lana Nutter Dear Heloise: Household Hint Wind leftover pieces of bias binding, braid, elastic or'lace on empty thread spools and fasten the'"ends with transparent tape. This keeps the sewing basket neat. · ' . ' IIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. . Masonic Lodge 291, Masonic HaU,.Farrmngton, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7 : 30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. - . ' Emblem'Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. Rodeo of the Ozarks, Parsons Stadium, Springdale, 8 p.m. Cook Outdoors Cubes or strips of beef threaded on skewers with fruits or vegetables are easy to ready for the ' outdoor grill and delicious when.served froni it. Let everyone fix his own combination so that all tastes are served. The vegetable and fruit pieces should be of the size to cook or heat 'through by the time the meat is done and not before. You know those 20 minutes you have to, wait when first starting your home permanent? There isn't much you can do around the house because that liquid drippin g on your old towel is purple! ! . Well, what a great time, to just stand there in the bathroom and with a few paper towels clean your medicine cabinet! It takes exactly 20 minutes every time I've done it and this annoying job gets done every three months for sure! ! Victoria T. Bigos Dear Heloise: ·May I add a tip. for mothers of young ladies about to need Dear Heloise: For light lunches or meals that aren't messy, I cut napkins in half so they last 'twice as long. For one quick swipe after eating, it seemed a shame to use all that paper. For messy dinners such as fried chicken, I keep the napkins whole. Not a big deal, but in view of the current paper shortage I'd rather have half a napkin that no napkin at all. With everyone doing his part, the many shortages we're now experiencing won't be as severe. CXPIRT WATCH REPAIR . _ ' ' ' · ' _ · / j_ / fit W W ^g v.' V SWIFTS iTNMtk SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Your 2-wa; TBdl« 530 H. College die* U» 443-3322 | | For. Your Prescription Ne«d« See Ui | QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Crater -- 44J-4U City Parking Lot IB Rear What Have You Got To Lose If you have a figure problem. Magic Mirror can help you have the attractive figura you want by -taking advantage of our Free figure analysis, ex«rcising machines and professional advice. . . ' Magic Mirror figure salons Tuesday . · ' Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, :930 a.m.-.- : M '· · · . : · Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis' Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon . Northside Botary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. ' Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7.p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:30 p.m. · Northwest Arkansas Hairdressers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7:30 p.m. Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Rodeo of the Ozarks, Parsons Stadium, Springdale, 8 p.m. Westgate 'Shopping Center Hwy 62 W. 71 By Pass Figure Analysis Call 521-5100 *:M H 1:30 pj». Monday thrv Friday » t« 4 pj». ·" Sjtmrfayl WARNING! PRICES ARE GOSNG UP JULY 6th FOR YOUR MARY KAY PRODUCTS Call Crystal Evenings 442-6446 p«rmontfi Complete 4-mcKth It's your time now! Our Mid-Summer Sale on a large group" of ladies dresses long and short sleeve, florais, prints and summer pastels. Your selection at great savings. Better Fashions Second Floor Jr. Sportswear Clearance Spring and Summer Coordinates and Separates reduced. Tops, Jackets, Slacks, Blouses and Skirts from Wippette, Intuition, Collegetown, Artbro. Priced from $18-98 to $28.98 Save 1 Off j^BB^^ ^^^M^^k (^bell-oil Junior Sportswear Second Floor PANT SUIT SALE Pant suits that will accent your wardrobe for any occasion. A large selection to choose from. , Values to $79.98 Now $32.00 to $59.98 Better Fashions Second Floor

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