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Monday, July 15, 1974
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Kappas Meet n June Kappa Kappa Gamma, women's collegiate fraternity with chapters on 93 university and college campuses in the United States and Canada, and alumnae organizations in 350 cities around the world, met in general convention in Columbus, Ohio, the last week in June Convention headquarters was the Sheraton-Columbus Motor Hotel. Attending as delegates from the University of Arkansas Gamma Nu Chapter were Julie Morris, chapter president, and Mrs. Steve Cummings, alumnae representative. "New awareness of the con- ·Knts' From Heloise-- LIKES THE (TJMESphoio by Ray Gray) ARMY ... saying "yon love it or hate it," Deborah Elliott finds Army life her cup of tea WAC Re-Enlists In Woman's Army E-4 Deborah Elliott would not change places with a civilian. Army life, she says has given her opportunities she could not have gotten anywhere else. The WAC, a 1969 graduate of Fayetteville High School, isn't just talking cither for she has just re-enlisted in the Women's Army Corps foi' a six year term and is in Fayelteville on leave. "I would never h a v e travelled, and 'certainly would not have the job skills I now have," exclaimed the management specialist who finds army life her cup of tea. Admitting .that it is a way of life that is either hated ' loved with no in-between atli- ' tude possible, she feels it offers opportunities for women which can be found in no other career. Sh is part of the peace time force of the · WACs which has tripled within the last year a the corps has' been given a greater role in the national defense and career opportunities widened. "The WACs are playing a different role. Many new facets have been openeci up from the limited role they were given after the end of World War II,' said Sgt.' 1-C Thomas W. Boyle station commander of the Recruiting Officer here. "There are only 43-combat related jobs that are not open to women ' now. In fact the first WAC heli Retired Officers To Attend'Play. Northwest Arkansas Retirer Officers Group will meet at 5:3 p.m. Friday at the Holiday Im in Springdale for a "Happ; Hour," followed by a buffe supper at 6:30 p.m. After a very short meeting the group will -go to the play "Fiddler On The Roof.' opter pilot was licensed very ecently," he added. Deborah, who entered the VACS in the fall of 1972, eccived her basic training at 'ort McClellan, Ala. at a time vhen training with the M-16 ifle and escape and evasion rom the enemy [was not in- luded. She has undergone this raining now and thinks every lerson in the service needs it. Basic training is the hardest iart she says. "You have to tinuing contribution to educa tion women's fraternities make on the campus, and the leader ship role of alumnae members in their own communities addec new dimensions to the 197 general convention," said Mrs Lester L. Graham, Van Nuys Calif., Kappa Kappa Gamma president. Founded in 1870, Kappa Kap pa Gamma has contributed million and a half dollars to ward advancement of highe education for women in th United Slates and Canada an overseas. During the past tw years the Kappa Kappa Gam ma Students' Aid program pro vided $81,000 in a variety fields of study for qualified wo men graduates and under graduates. Through the Kapp Kappa Gamma Rehabilitate Services alumnae member have produced $90,000 in gifl and aid to local rehabilit: tion projects and also 56,01 hours of volunteer service. Speakers, panel discussion and business sessions filled th four-day convention program, climaxed by presentation of IIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIM^^^ or MEN Monday, July IS, 1974 Cook Potatoes On Moderate Heat Dear Folks: sheets, I find this really save Dear Heloise: Of all the answers I received money, o my question of what causes callopcd potatoes to curdle, loan Moore, a home economist lad one that I tried in my Infant kitchen and it's great. Here "smejly" tis: 3ear Heloise: I read your query about what scalloped potatoes to As -a home economist, r can explain that vegetables, potatoes in particular, contain varying percentages of tannin that can cause the proteins in the milk of scalloped potatoes to coagulate or thicken. This gives the curdled appearance. The tendency to curdle is lessened if the milk is made into a white sauce before ad- dirtg it to the potatoes, and if the potatoes are cooked at a moderate temperature. Joan Moore Mrs. Don Molle spit-ups leave stain on babie clothing, and on Mother's, to A solution ot water and bakin soda will eliminate the odor an tlie slain if you get to it whe it's fresh. I kept a jar wit the solution in it by the sin all the time. When my baby spit up, dipped a clean cloth or spong in the water, squeezed out tl excess and rubbed the soile motio left traditional Kappa Kappa Gam- Achievement ma Alumnae Awards. These are given to members whose careers in their chosen fields are a contribution to the quality of life in this century. They were presented to vliss Elizabeth Vasiiington, D. ecologist; Mrs. to survive. You to discipline, adjust easily are subject Jerhaps for the first time, and here are lots of inspections, drills, and classes. It is dif- erent than high school or college but after that army life s not difficult at all," she said. Her army life started after lasic training with duty at Fort Ritcker, Ala. where she was air raffle controller for nine nonths. Following this she took _eight weeks of training at Fort iGonard Wood, Mo. to-become a management specialist. This was followed by four months advanced training at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Her most recent assignment was at Fort Carson, Colo, where she re-enlisted. Following ler leave she will be stationed at the Red Stone Arsenal, Ala. where she will work in the missile command. There are no lay-offs in the military and the WAC sees this as a great advantage. "Being in the service you aren't laid off. Jobs are hard to come by --the pay is good -- and the benefits are good," she said. She is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loye Leon Elliotl here and finds considerable change in the old home town. While she has enjoyed her visit, she says she is ready to report back for duty and is looking forward to the challenge of a new assignment. L. Anderson, Dear Heloise: Do you have an ugly glass shower door that can't keep clean? I just clean that old door with a soap pad and rinse it well ' ' ' then then place with a circular It dried quickly and stain or odor. I used about two teaspooi baking soda per cup of water. Joyce Harr Dear Heloise: If you grease the threads bottle caps such as glue, finge nail polish, etc., with petroleu jelly, they will not seal to t with vinegar water, and clear water. All you do is let it dry completely. top of the bottle. Grann ook-McCle!land Vows Exchanged D w I g h t Lindsey Crook limed Miss Deborah Lynn cClelland as his bride on hursday evening, July 4, at o'clock at People's Church In ayetteville. The bride is the daughter ot r. and Mrs. Charles W. Mclelland of West Fork and the ridegroom is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. Leo Crook of Harris- urg. The Rev. Don Thomas, pastor f the church, united the couple n a double ring ceremony at ie church altar flanked with ighted candelabra. Floral de corations or yellow and white laisies enhanced the scene. Mrs. Don Thomas, pianist, layed "Whither Thou Goest," and "Love Story." Mrs. Fred Crook, matron of aonor, carried a bouquet of yel- ow daisies tied with yellow streamers. Fred Crook served he bridegroom as best man. Wearing a gown of natural muslin, the bride was given in marriage by her father. It fea- .ured a modified square neck- ine with lace trimmed bodice. A flounced hem and blouson sleeves accented the quaint old world style. At the reception in fellowship all, the three-tiered wedding cake was decorated with yellow rosebuds and held a miniature bride and groom. A floral bouquet centered the table. For travel, the bride chose a blue and white pantsuit. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at Springbrook Mobile Park in Fayetteville. Women Golfers Begin Annual Club Tournameni After the first round of play n the Women's Golf Tournament at Fayetteville Country Club. Beltie Thomas and Forlba rtcNair drew a bye; Frances Butt and Lancy Higgins lefeatcd Mary Schlt'gel anc Dorian Tuck; Betty Boston and Ellen Smith drew a bye; and Gwen Elwell and Betty Lewis defeated Nancy Huppert am Phyllis Gilbert in the champion ship flight. In the first flight, Joyce Clay brook and Dorothy Dolson drew Flusher Promoted , HULL. England (AP) -- Dennis Batcson. 23, who formerly lushed 2,000 toilets a day as ester at a bathroom equipment actory here, has been promoted to the position of junior "orcman. Balcson was known as Brit- nin's top chain puller and had icld his previous post for tw/ years. Now the company re- lorls having trouble finding.' a lew man Tor the flushing job. a bye; Sara Helen Virginia Reynolds anc Young defeatec Louise Wester and Olive Ech man; Frances Bronson an Gloria Sanders drew a bye; an Madeline Rose and Hudson defeated Mo and Millie Bryan. EVEREST OENNINGS FsyeltevlII« Drn E.SldeSijuare 442-73JS Penny Saver Place an old button inside a metal button, matching the eyes, to prevent the meat from cutting the threat. C., C. chemist, Wayland Srooks, Washington, D. C., director of the Mint, U. S.' Treasury; Mrs. William-L. Felt, Salt Lake City, Utah, television, Mental Health Coordinator; Mrs. Paul E; Galanti, -Richmond, Va., volunteer POW and MIA activities; Mrs. W. Massey Toley, Columbus, Ohio, journa- ist Director of the Ohioana Li- rary; Mrs. Thomas Lloyd, Evanston, 111:, educator working vith the mentally handicapped; Mrs. .George Seaton, Beverly Hills. Calif., civic leader and mayor of Beverly Hills; and Mrs. Paul Spaht. Baton Rouge, a., lawyer and educator. Delegates and visitors took uided tours of Kappa Kappa amma Headquarters located in the historic nineteenth century mansion purchased by the Fraternity in 1950 and remodeled to include contemporary facilities for the administration of Kappa Kappa Gamma's programs and business. M. Tunning Dear Heloise: Our 15-year-old son is now over 6 feet tall, so we recently bought him an extra long twin bed. I had several regular twin- sized .top sheets and.hated to buy new long ones. I was going to cut the bottom off an old sheet and sew it "to the new one, but I couldn't find one that I wanted to tear up. Suddenly I had an idea. I went to my sewing chest of drawers and got out my "Heloise' nylon net. As you know, it comes 72 inches wide, the same width as a twin sheet. I cut off 24 inches, folded it in half, and sewed the raw edges to the bottom hem of the sheet. The sheet stays tucked in beautifully, and no one sees it. After pricing the extra long Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7 : 40 p.m. Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Your 2-way radio n efedronlcs 520 N. College llnw IH» 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 44Z-4240 City Parking Lot In Re»r Auxiliary Entertains American Legion Auxiliary entertained patients at the VA Hospital h a v i n g birth days in July with parties on July 10, 11 and 12 at the hospital. Cakes were baked by Johnsie Dean, and served by Descendants of F. M. Anderson will have the 16th annual family reunion on Sunday, July 21, at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville. Luncheon will be served between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. and reservations are not necessary. Roberts, Audrey and Bob and Mabel Margaret Lightfoot, Maddox. Twelve patients were honored and snapshots were made and given to each one. Game night, sponsored! by the Auxiliary will be held Tuesday at the hospital. INFLATION-FIGHTERS SALE! THE SINGER WERECUTTING PRICES! TOUCH* SEW* sewing machine WITH DESK/CABINET $ 70 OFF REG. PRICE This talented machine has a wide range of built-in stitches plus 15 interchangeable?, a built-in buttonholer, exclusive soft-touch fabricfeed,exclusive slant needtc, all-dial controls, exclusive Singer* push- -^ button front drop-in bobbin. **"*».. FASHION MATE* ZIG-ZAG sewing machine Model 252 Carrying case or cabinet extra SAVE$ '20.95 ^ 99 Reg. 119.95 SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. ·A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY Copyrisht O M71 THE SINGER COMPANY. *· Rfjlm Ktt Announcements Veterans of World War I and Auxiliary will meet at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Hillcrest Towers for a business session and potluck luncheon. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish. Tuesday Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Salvation Army Advisory Board, 17 West Rock, 12 noon Civitan Culb, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Chi Omega Alumnae, Mrs. Max McAllister, 2:30 p.m. Red Cross, Chapter House, 4 p.m. Northside Roatry Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Legal Secretaries Association, Lisle and Jacoway Office, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. · University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Welcome Wagon Ice Cream Social, Dolores Cook, 8 p.m. GIRLS, GET READY FOR THE SUMMER'S COMPETITION They're our there. Those slender girls with bikini figures. 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