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^ Miss Gardner Is Honored With Coffee Hints From Heloise-- 3ear Heloise: I've found the best way to ;ecp bread fresh is to save all elastic bags from bread. When gel a new loaf of bread, 1 lut at least two more plastic ags over the original wrapper. Sometimes the original bag is .orn or has a small hole. These extra bags keep bread fresh PRACTICAL NURSE GRADUATES ... Becky Williams, Cherrie Matthews, Brenda Center, Terrl Lee and Rebecca Reed, front row, left-right; Dorothy Blalacti, Norma Horsey, Beryl Osborne, R.N., nurse adminstrator, Dorothy Hood, R.W. nurse coordinator, and Glenda Remington, second row; and Janice Maddan, Candace Welcher,-Susan Adcox, Mary Ward, Pamela arrett, Pamela Moore, and Patsy Gayer,- back rota. Members of the faculty not pictured are Margaret Robinson, R.N. and Carolyn Scott, R.N. , Nurse Class "-Graduates Graduation excercises for .Class No. 36 of the Sequoyah Practical Nurse School were held at 7:30 p.m. Friday at 'Fayetteville High School,-West · Campus. Students trained at Washington Regional Medical C e n t e r and Springdale Memorial Hospital. Class No. 37 which is training at Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital were hosts for the ceremony and reception. Dr. Joe B. Hall was speaker. The Sequoyah - School - is conducted under the auspices ol the Arkansas Department ol Education. Students are taught the theory of nursing and then have a clinical affiliation in the h o s p i t a l of their choice, Hospitals .that - arc included ir the program are located ir R o g e r s , .Siloam Springs. 'Gravelte, Hunlsville, Springdale ' and Fayetteville.' Graduating students, are eligible, to .write the State. Board Examinations which allow them to practice as Licensed Practical Nurses These nurses are active in hospitals, doctors' offices, in dustry and the health can centers of surrounding com irnunities. Many are practicing ·in other stales. The school has, recently moved from West Campus. Bastgate Shopping Center where it . will . be quartered unti the completion of the Northwes Vocational School in Springdale The next class wil! begin o ·Aug. 12. Applications are no\ being taken for the Januar .-1975 .class. Information may Ix o b t a i n e d by calling th S e q u o y a h Practical Nurs School in Fayetteville, 442-7092. Military Said In Need Of More Doctors WASHINGTON (AP) shortage of military doctor · has already caused some cu backs In medical care and wi '- become increasingly severe ...the next two.years. The Pentagon has notifie representatives and senators the problem in a memorandum . linking the shortage to la ' y e a r ' s end of aulhorily to dra doctors. . . - The brunt of the medical cai ,,reductions is being borne ·.families of servicemen and b ·'-.·retired military men and worn .; en, the memo indicated. Unde the law, they rank behind thqs on military duty in eligibili for free service treatment. President Nixon recent "". signed a bill authorizing b "-nuses up to'$13,500 a year attract doctors to military c reers. But the Pentagon told Co gress "it will be some time before the full effect of this ai other programs to reduce tl doctor shortage can be felt. Service 'wives and childr and retired persons who a shut out of military care ca get help under a separate pr gram. But they have to pa part of the cost. Officials said the armed serv ices are short about 1,800 do- tors. Le Leche League Sends Delegate To Convention * i Le Leche League of the c Springdale-Fayelleville a r e a lose Mrs. Annette Schieffer as a delegate to the organization's fifth International convention, which is being held in Chicago this weekend. La Leche League is the international . organization which i'ers information and encouragement to those interested in breastfeeding. The convention provides an opportunity or parents, doctors, and nurses associated with the League to lare information so that they can continue to give assistance o mothers who turn to them. "Human Milk: A Unique Gift of Love; A Natural World Resource," theme of the convention, is also the title of the teynote address to be delivered y Dr. Derrick Jelliffe, internationally known pedidatric nutritionist,,, Dr. Paul Gyorgy of Philadelphia, who has for many years diligently researched nothtr's milk, will speak about it's composition. T h e two ihysicians are members of the 'rofcssional Advisory Board of La Leche League International. Other featured speakers include Lee Salk, Dana Raphael, \Iarin Piers, Glenn Doman and Caren Pryor, all authors in the field of child development'. Susan Saint James, 'TV star, League 1 member, and Niles Newton, author of Family Book of Child Care, will spotlight the banquet as speakers. Springdale - Fayetteville Area La Leche League has been active 1 for years. Informal ncetings are held in members' lomes monthly to acquaint those interested with the physical, psychological and practical sides of breastfeeding. lllBlllllffllllllllllillllllllKllinilllllllllllllllllllillllllllffllillllB EXTENSION HflMFMAKFPS 1 IVJI T ILl T IH[\Ll\J CLUB Comb's Chapel Extension Homemaker's club held its Jul meeting on Wednesday with 12 members attending. Mrs. Judj Barker and daughter, Julie, anc Jennifer Bryant were guests. "The Birds and the Bees' was the theme of the prograrr conducted by Mrs. Stanlej Potts and iwas designed especi ally for the information of mo thers of young daughters. During a routine business ses sion, plans were made fo participation' in all county ex tension programs, contests an projects that are being set u for this year. The next meeting will be helc Aug. 14 at Walker Park will Mrs. Cecil Farrar and Mrs Wiihrow Springs ] Reunion Scene Descendants of the late Zelda Cing held a reunion at Withrow .prlngs State Park last Satur- ay evening. Those attending were Mrs. Carroll Grubbs, iRonald, Robert and Rachel of Midland, Tex., VIr. and Mrs. Phil Curlee, Phil Jr., and Casey 'of Victorville, Calif., Mr and Mrs. Robert Melon, Tammy, Chris Curlee, Charles Lee Haney and Cheryl Martin of Fayetteville, Mr. anc Mrs. Clyde Foster, Alex and Bradley of Springdale, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Canion, Ann, Linda Cathy and J.B. and Mr. anc Mrs. Carmen Carson of Aurora Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hepler Jr. and Mr, and Mrs. John Scotl and Laura, Jerry McChristian and Randy Smith of Huntsville The second birthday of Alex Foster, one of the -four great grandsons of Mrs. King, was noted. His maternal grandpar ents are Mr. and Mrs. John Scott. Handy Help T o prevent making a powderly mess when you spring kle powder on your baby, tak one of your old powder boxe that came with a soft powde puff. Put the baby .powder it the box and use the puff t spread the powder over th baby's body. Heserve District No. 8 REPORT OF of Fayetteville in (he State o business June 30, 1974, a st and operating under the bank in of the Federal Reserve Systen call made by the State Bankir Reserve Bank of this District. AS Cash and due from banks U.S. Treasury securities Obligations of other U.S. Goven Obligations of States and polit: Other securities (including $30 Federal funds sold and securiiU under agreements to resell Bank premises, furniture and 1 assets representing bank f Real estate owned other than Other assets (including $255,942 TOTAL ARffP.TS LIAI Demand deposits of individuals Time and savings deposits of -in Deposits of United States Gove Deposits of States and politic? Deposits of commercial banks ' Certified and officers' checks. ' Total Deposits in Domestic Of (a) Total demand deposits - (b) Total time and savings d( Total Deposits in Domestic an - Federal funds purchased and s f agreement to repurchase - Oth^r liahiliti^p ) TOTAL LI ABILITIES ... ._ 1 RESERVES ON LO ! Reserve for bad debt losses on pursuant to IRS rulings) _ Reserves on securities -- Mrs. W. W. Bassett Jr. and Miss Beverly Basselt honored Miss Cindy Gardner of Springdale, bride-elect of Herbert A. Lewis III, with a drop : in coffee and miscllaneous shower Tuesday morning. Sixty guests called between the hours of 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at the Basselt residence on Manor Drive. Receiving yellow and blue daisy corsages were Miss Gardner, her mother. Mrs. Pete Gardner and Mrs. .Herbert Lewis Jr., mother of the prospetc- tive bridegroom. Miss Gardner opened gifts in the den assisted by her sister, Mrs. Ross Vivona, and Mrs, Ronnie Bumpass, sister of the bridegroom-to-be. Refreshments were, served in the dining room from a table covered with a (white linen ant lace cloth. Coffee was servec from an antique pewter coffee service and punch from a crys tal bowl. The table held an ar rangement of yellow daisies an gladioli. Jayceftes Plan Future Events SPRINGDALE -- Upcomin events were planned at th Tuesday meeting of the Spring dale Jaycettes in the Junio C h a m b e r of Commerc Building. During the remainder of Jul the Jaycettes will- assist th Jaycees at the baseball tourn; merits. The organization will be ho for the President's Round Tab for district Jaycettes meetin early in'August. Plans were also made sponsor the annual fishin tournament for children Sep 14. It was announced the oriei tation for new members an officers will be held July and the state board meeting scheduled Aug. 16-18 in Fayett villc. , , Chairmen of committees we appointed and Mrs. Bonn Taylor Was a guest. The ne meeting will be held Aug. 13 State No. Bank Bread You Earn, Bread Saved much longer. Dawn Hill Club Bridge Games Winners Told SILOAM SPRINGS -- Bridgi as played from six tables a e Esquire Room of the Dawn 11 Country Club Wednesday icn the July meeting was heli ith Mrs. Marguerite Edmonc n, Mrs. Billie Wither and Mrs a r g u e r i t e Edmondson o aysville were hostesses. / oon luncheon was held and rs. Peggy Alexander named nominating committee to sect a slate of new officers for le new year which starts Octo- er L The committee members re Nina Steel of Gentry, Ruth .easons, Siloam Springs, Mar- uerile Edmondson, Maysville nd Lorrayne Peterson of De- atur. In the games which ended at o'clock, prizes were awarded hris Morrow and Daisy Gentry f Gentry, Louise Cabe of West- ille, Okla., Lorraine Peterson f Decatur and Ferrel Gean ,of iloam Springs. Charlotte Hale f Decatur claimed the prize or low score. Hostesses for the' August meeting are Ruth Alexander, "Worthy Reeves and D. Edna K. Kennedy Dear Heloise: ' Summer is here and, oh, how we failles dread the heat! We're all trying to diet, but summer is our downfall when we yearn for that cool sherbert or ice cream. I've discovered that if I take small containers of' yogurt and put them in the freezer, I have all the benefits of my diet allowance plus a summer treat. You can even pour a diet drink over a large' spoonful of frozen yogurt for a "float" and luxuriate in its wickedly good taste. P.M. Hudson Dear Heloise: When I make graham cracker crumbs for pie crusts, I use two bread wrappers. I put one wrapper into another and then put the crackers in and roll away on any hard surface with a rolling pin. This makes very fine crumbs and I can easily pour the crumbs, into cups'or pie plate without any mess or trouble. Mrs. Jack Dowler as one would a pair of pants nd do not attach them to tha lacks. E. Dunbar lhamberlain prings. all of Siloam Dear Heloise: We have a 15-month-old baby vho is eating less and less, of jaby foods. At dinner'time her bowl just' didn't .do t h e ' t r i c k and she isn't old enough yet or a plate. So to suhstitute intil we could buy a baby plate, used a.six : cup muffin tin. This worked out just great putting a different food in each cup. Our baby was pleased loo! Cheri Evans Bridge News ADULT CENTER Eail Thornton and Oscar White were first and second )lace winners in the 'Communi ,y Adult Center 'bridge games .his week. Other winners wen Horence Gregory, Sanforf 3erg, Verral Ellison anc Thelma Stanforth. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend thi activities of- the Center and nformation may be obtained by calling 443-3512. Announcements ·iniiiMniiiinnniiiiiiiinininiiira Chl dmega Alumnae wil meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday i the home of Mrs. Ma McAllister, 329 Oakwood. ,ETTER OF THOUGHT lear Heloise: Take some time to really njoy your children when they re little. If you play with them nee in a while, you'll find that ley won't get on your nerves o much. Dear Gals: I went lo a communily dinner where Ihey had the cutest centerpieces you ever saw and I'm dying to tell you about them. They were made of tuna fish cans, which are free. And sand. And candles that cost less than a dime each. All the gals had saved Iheir tuna cans, washed them anc removed the labels. They, pul them on newspaper anc sprayed them red with the cheapest paint they could buy. Then they put the little candle in the middle and poured sane around it -- which made thi candle not only sland up bu if it did drip (which it didn't) the sand would catch it. All they did after the parts was dump the cans in a bi] strainer to let the clean par H. Curtis go through and empty the spen candle and the stubs in the ga bage. You know, come to .think "o it, wouldn't it be darling to giv a party and take one of thos Dear Heloise: About airing clothes ; on angers: · , . ; , Drill holes about two inches rom the bottom-of straight, (not pring) clothespins. ,;:» Put the clothespin on the-line. 'hen just slip the hanger lirough the hole, and I guaran- ee they will not blow off the . Mrs. A.M. Long 1 Dear Heloise: You know how you often may write a small check and send t away to buy something through thS mail? Then weeks pass and no goods delivered! Dear Hclofse: I have a trick for making lamburgers! I use a large jar lid, lina t with wax paper and press Ihe meat into it. The waxed paper releases the hamburger laity and they are all exactly the same size. It's so easy. Mrs. L. Freitai beautiful bowls we all hav stashed away (like crysta celery dishes we haven't used since Grandma died), fill it full of sand and put our candles in it, with flowers added? For real flowers you could wet the sand and it would not only keep the flowers fresh, but help to weight the candles! Heloise Sure, you canceled check have the to show to where you sent it, but to what address? The simplest method is to write the name, address and a word or two lo help you remember what you sent for, on the back of the check stub. No problem for you to check up on it if you don't receive the merchandise within a reasonable time. Helen B. Gilbert HAVE YOU-NOTICED: .How little you · appreciate-a bless ing'until you have lost it? Ghost Jon Dear Heloise: - . · . · . . It's picnic time and favorite recipes'take time to locate. ".' But I have a special index card in my file marked "Picnic" or "Camping," and all year long I file my choice Dear Heloise: For wash-and-wear slacks and work pants that have cuffs, sew medium snaps on where the cuffs are tacked. This way you can unsnap them easily for washing and the dirt and sawdust (my husband is a carpen- are dry, snap recipes. Mrs. W. Johnson ter) washes out fine. When pants back in place! Mrs. Geraldine Watson Dear Heloise: Old pajama bottoms make wonderful slack liners. T fine the nylon ones are best. White .slacks especially need some kind of lining and the p.j. pants hang well and have just about the right abount of fullness. The pants I use are nylon, which makes them slide' on ant off easily. Narrow legs are jus as good as wide ones. I just wear the p.j. bottom Transcript Tells Course Of Moving GOP Convention WASHINGTON (AP) -- A newly published presidential tape transcript shows President Nixon and two aides decided to move the Republican National Convention from San Diego to iami Beach because of the T controversy. Nixon also recommended at e April 4, 1972, meeting -ore than two months ahead of e Watergate break-in : but midst another political donny- rook -- thai Republicans boycott all investigating com- nittees on the grounds that icy are politically motivated." The administration was being ccused of giving favorable an- Irust treatment to ITT in ex- lange for financial support for le convention" scheduled . for an Diego.. "My theory is -- it's the.old lory you know that a good.po- or player -- cut your losses -et out of the bad box and get ut of if fast," Nixon said as' : he iscussed with H.R. Haldem'an nd John : N. Mitchell the ad- antages of switching the ;site. "I talked to 'Bebe (Rebo'zo)' lis morning, and Miami Beach f course is the logical place," litchell said. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR / W W W SWIFT S J7 North ASSETS $ 4,844,247.26 3,124,524.59 , , 4,713,877.66 20,705.94 500,000.00 _ ------ 1,905,998.93 ses ...... 1.00 $45,605,569.17 . $14,846,959.21 Daily Calendar of Events Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins. Methodist Church, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7-30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetormm, 8 p.m. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITTES$ 461.182.9fi CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures 7'/4% Capital Debentures due 12-31-77 $ 1,000,000.00 Equity Capital, total ; : 3,315,941.9- Common stock--total par value 500,000.00 (No. shares authorized 26,000) (No. shares outstanding 20,000) Surplus : Undivided profits Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . $ 4,315,941.94 SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio fteadquarters !· ·fcdrveleff tince MW 520 K. College 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 442-424* City Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Faubus Family Reunion, Fayetteville Holiday Inn, 1 p.m. NWA Archeological Society, City Library, 1 p.m. Kansas Club, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 1 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. AMnon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. ffi^ 98,553.65 8,844,479.11 39,924,853.12 703,591.15 , 16,586.00 1,250,000.00 1,136,911.94 429,000.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS , . $45,605,569.17 MEMORANDA ' Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $40,314,649.92 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $26,413,457.25 I, Hayden Mcllroy, Chairman of the Board and President o the above-named bank, do hereby declare that this report of con dltion is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Hayden Mcllroy We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of thi: report of condition and declare that it has been examined by u and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J. L. Herrin, E. J. Ball, Henry B. Shrcve, Directors State of Arkansas, County of Washington ss: Sworn to and cubscribed before me this 10th day of July, 197' Audrey M. Knowles, Notary Public Going on a vacation? DON'T STOP YOUR PAPER Use The TIMES' Convenient "LAYAWAY" or "MAILAWAY" Plan "LAYAWAY" We'll save all copies of the TIMES in a handy VACATION-PAK bag for you while you're away from home. When you return the Vacation-Pak will be delivered to you at no extra charge. . . . and you can catch up on all the news at your convenience. Keeps newspapers from piling up on your porch, too! Just call 442-6242 and tell us the date you're leaving and the date you will return. It's that simple. "AAAILAWAY" If your vacation plans call for you to be at one mailing address for a week or more, we'll be glad to mail you each day's issue at no additional charge, rather than deliver it to your home. Just call 442-6242 and give us your vacation address, the dates you want mail delivery started and stopped, and the date you want home delivery resumed, We'll take care of the rest. HAVE FUN..,..DRIVE SAFELY! PHONE 442-6242

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