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July 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Dr. Boyd Will Speak Jo Group^ Charles Boyd, JD.D.S.., who resides ami practices'UeMislry in' Fayetleville" will' be guest speakers Tor 'Parenls · Without Partners of Northwest Arkansas a t ' the general meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at Mcllroy Bank Hospitality Room. This event is open to single parents. Dr. Boyd, whose subject will bo "family dentistry." will also answer questions concerning maintaining better dental health and related subjects. - · - - : · Parents Without -Partners is a non-profit, rnoii-sectarian-. or ganizalion which = sponsors nnt [irorriotes activities-iif.OFc'Sjngle parents; and tjieir ; ,chjldren,-,lt5 objective is to help single parents and-' their -children better adjust to the-change of status, caused ·. by death, divorce, separation or · other single parenthood, through programs of professional speakers, discussion, study groups ( publications and .social activities Further information may be obtained by calling 751-1133 oc 521-1636; , , T ,, . . . . . . . . . . . . (TIMESphoto b y R a y Gray); PLANNING BENEFIT SHOW .. .Karl Johnson, Judy Wiley, and Jo Bain, left-right, are planning the Northwest Arkansas Fine Arts Gallery Show and Sale to benefit the Cerebral Palsy School buil-ling jund e Art Show-Sa Will Aid School A fine arts gallery show and sale to benefit the Cerebral Palsy School building fund will be held Sunday, Aug. 4, and Monday, Aug. 5, at the Fellowship Hall of First United Presbyterian Church in Fayetteville. Hours of the show are 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday and 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday. All amateur and professional artists are invited to exhibit, and exhibits must be framed, ready for hanging, and brought to the church on Saturday, Aug. 3, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for registration. The exhibit is limited to paintings and drawings, in any medium arid to sm#ll sculpture pieces. .No, .entry, shall, exceec] thre? by four" feet in.dimension, and each exhibitor is'limitec to four! works for display. Other works' may be shown in port; folio. There will be a nomina entry fee and any pictures sole will be assessed a 20 per cen' commission. Works may be donated for drawing to be held at the close of the Benefit Gallery Show -on Aug. 5. Entry blanks are in the irocess of being mailed to art- .sts and those who . do nol receive an entry · blank anc would like to participate in this worthwhile project, may cal 1 Mrs. W i l l i a m C. Morton, 442-7606, .-or' Mrs. E. J Ball; 442-8058.- . They must 'be returned to Miss Betty Read 1324 W. Cleveland, Fayetteville no later than Aug. 1. All entries wil be handled with the greatest care. A special feature of the 'two day event will be free. art lee tur'es by D.r.-» : Tojji Turpinj a. 4 p.m. on Sunday, -Aug-,^,,, and at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. on'Moti day, Alfg. 5,- in-the First United Presbyterian Chur'ph: .sanctuary The public'is invited to 'aliens and tickets are how being 'sole and will door. be ' available at the Hints From Heloise- urta;ihi Time Tor Your Economy Plan Dear Folks: The next time you need curtains, · consider. buying . bedspreads to make them from. This idea is ever so nice. Bedspreads already have three sides finished so all you have to do is make a heading at the top! They can be used as the pull sides or the pleated kind, or if you have plain old dime store curtain rods, make a double heading. Then thread the rod through' the little heading -you have sewed across the top. If you buy large-sized spreads, split them down the middle and hem the torn sides. Then make your casing or pleats. Use the hemmed side next to the window frame and spend half of my .time closin he dryer doors 'after peopl ave gone "off and left"then- vide open. It seems :lo:;n ot of good warm'air Is'bein vasted and, in the sumriie time, all this hot air 'is puttin an extra burden on the airco ditioners. I always feel the dryer wi the fringe where it shows. Heloise HAVE YOU NOTICED: That often you snag or tear a brand new outfit, but after that it seems even a sharp instrument can't make a in it? hole Ghost Jon Heloise: As I was preparing dinner I thawed a package of squash but it was pretty thin. Then I thought, "Why thicken it a bit with c starch?" I added butter, a the squash was great. And ho one knows what I did but meJ ' Marie Rogers Dear Heloise: When I go to'the washatcria dows and use one already warm, take as Ion that Since it won to heat, it is EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB BETING DATES Extension Homemaker clubs Washington County will meet ccording to the following sche ule during the week of July 7-24. Wednesday: Growing 59ers irst State Bank, 1 p.m alchi, Community Building,- 10 .m.; Zion-Oakland, community lurch, 10 a.m. -' '-'· Thursday: Stony Valley, Mur- hy 'Park. Springdale, 0:30 .m.; Winslow, Mrs. Alvin Carl- Crafls Program Presented To Goldenrod Club Goldenrod Club met last week at SWEPCO Hospitality Room with 17 members ..present. Guests . were.. Mrs. . Imogene ParentI,. Mrs.'Nina Coffee and ftisV.-'-Pait Heck. Hostesses were "Mrs." Pearl P|Ih'ier and" Mrs'. Florence Gregory.' . Mrs. Coffee of the" County Extension service presented the MEN " ' ' : " I Miss Mead Honored At Party Engagement Announced Mrs. Mearl McKinney entertained with a luncheon last week at her home on Applebury Drive complimenting Miss' Lynn Meac!, bride-elect- · · o f ; Morris .Ccfti'hn, whose wedding will be an.svent of Aug. 10. The luncticbh.v 'lan\e, ;, was tteiitered with: a-..pair.ipf:'chiDft birds flankcdlon either. si,d.e, by vases filled with .daisies, . . . Guests were young friends of the .honoree and 'her 'mother, Mrs. Paul Mead, -her -sister, Miss Katie Meade and Mrs, Claud Todd of Stilwell, Okla. and Mrs. Hubert Cowan on, 6:30 p.m. July 24: Habbertdn Happy fomemakers, Leota Dillarcl, .111. Group Plans Chain 01 Mexican Motels DALLAS (AP) -- Dallas investor Trammcll Crow and ome associates have announced a territorial licensing greement with, LQ Motor Inns, nc.. and a group of Mexican ravestors for the construction and operation of La Quinta Moor Inns in Mexico. '. As many as 20 motels may be pened in the " program, a demonstration on crafts. She announced that (here..will b e ' a county Homemakers Extension Club Creative Arts- workshop on Wednesday, July 2 4 , ' a t 9:30 a.m., at the Ozarks'Electric Building. Mrs. Howard Liles,' president, ga_ve a report on. llie-Fort Smith district'mteeting of the Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs held in June at Bowen'S Restaurant. Five members of the club attended. The group voted to continue to send donations to Boyland as a district project and to send a donation to the Cerebral Palsy School buildingTund.·'.-· The next_meeting wilt be held Aug. 14-with Mrs.;-Ann_Lau.der- dale-j-as ! hostess, -Mrs." Bernice Cu'rtis- : wiU.be co-Hostess.' Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Bflrljgnt.'.ok Fayetteville an- ngiinse "."{lie engagement of trie)!-'daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to .Henri Jean-Luc Mau- liert, son of Drs. Pierre a n rl Liicienne Manner!, Touret rte Vallier, Martignes', France: The wedding will he an event of 6 o'clock in (lie evening, Aug. 3, at Pulaski Heighls Methodist Church in Litllc Rock, the bride's former home, In Ihe'iireicnce of (fie immediate', families* IA. recap lion will -. follow;'. .The hrider elect, a stuilciii'.at'.Ycwjerhill TJniversityV participated'in ils overseas .program.last year.hi- Aix-cn-Pro'vcnce, France, and after a year in Paris where the prospective bridegroom is an engineering, sturtcilt, they will return.to the .United States wrtere.slic will resume her studies at Vanderbilt. mother of bridegroom. · the . .prospective Miss Mead :receiyc'd a corsage 01 a single large ''daisy ; and: a hostess gift -.o'f- "stainless :stee fondue forks.-': -n.- · - ; · · ·· , . -=.. Tuesday, July 16, 1974 « iMiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiniiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiii^ Disqualifies Self LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sal y L. Brewer, chairman of It tale Transportation Comnri · ion, said Monday 'that he has isqualified himself from hv i'- ng a rate increase case that Begins today by the household ;oods movers in Arkansas. Brewer said, his wife is a volunteer worker for Arkansas Jonsumer Research, an or'gan- z'ation that has ilervened in the rale increase case. . The household goods movers taye ..applied ·ales equal to .... allowed to charge for interstifle hauling. If would get a crease in intrastate rates.- for intrastaic those t h o y - a r a approved, they 60 per cent in- Announcements .Northwest Arkansas Retired Officers Group will meet at 5:30 p.m. Friday, at the Holiday Inn in Spriilgdale. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., and the group will go to the Art Center of the Ozarks for the "Fiddler On The-Roof," at 8 p.m. · -..-. REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery A. Hister of Fayetteville, Jaycettes Plan District Meeting The July meeting of Fayetteville Jaycettes was held last week in the home of Mrs. Brian Gartside at 7:30 p.m., when it was . announced regional meeting that will be the held on July 27 at Beaver Lake. A report was given by Nelson Johnson on the August state board meeting, Aug. 18, 19 and 20, to be held at the-:University of Arkansas. Housirrg will be · a t , Pomfret Housing Complex with activities at the Arkansas Union. Jaycettes will'assist with plans and with registration. John Marinoni gave a on the Jaycette's Vietnamese child, and refreshments yere served by Mrs. : Larry Kil- ninminimiii! erice A Rosa Ford good energy saver. Mrs. Kathleen Cc Dear Heloise: I had a large plant that gre quite high. I used a curtain rod with Iwistems to support "·- stem. As the plant grew taller, I just extended the rod to accommodate the 'growth. Billie Jo Dear Heloise: Here's a hint for mothers ol those tykes' who love powdered drink mix: Dissolve the powdered drink ·mix in about one' cup of hot tap water. Pour this in your pitcher, ad( the sugar and stir again. Now add the. water. You'll have no more bitter granules at the bottom of the pitcher, and you']' have more flavor. I think you'l The TIMES Is? On Top of The News Seven Days a 'Week! ..... and 51 per cent by Mexican in- field of Rogers, a son, July 11. tial investment in Mexico for li ration, said Sam Barshop, pres dishwasher or trash compactor REGISTER NOW · NO OBLIGATION ^C You can win your choice of one of these timesavers. before Awards. Ai SiloamVSprings"- Nexf Week's Eveni SILOAM SPRINGS -- The annual awards conference, sponsored by Ozark Writers and Artists Guild, will be held July 26 at the Mabee Center on the campus of John Brown University. ·-·.-. ;.··:· . = .-;-· . The conference' opens 'at : 10 a.m. for registration ainl ciUries for the art awards. Art exhibits will be accepted until II a.m. Writers tan present manuscripts at the critic's table until 12:30 p.m. r A cafeteria 'style luncheon will be served-and reservations m i i s f ' b e .flr)ad^ (l '%ior to''July 20 '\vilh · Maggie; ^Smith, (Spnfef- ice'directori^.^ ; 'J;' T!. cash awa'farfn mempfy'p i Za'gnoni Marinoni, Edse and Fred ;Starr,' will be given in each category. VDaily Calendar of Events Tonight ;.··. ; . - . " - . . · . - · · ' ; . . ^,«orlhsidi ; Rb r tar|VClurj,''\yyait's, 6 : 15 p.m. '.";; .-,:-; Weight Walcliers/.Qoir Building, 7 p.m. .?, ·-.·i-Boy Scouf ¥roop ibu, St.'Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.tti. = Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. .·Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. :· . Legal Secretaries Association, Lisle and Jaeoway .Office, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. .- · · .-. · University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:39 p.m. Universily..CIty Chapter No. 4D5, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist .Church, 8 p.m. Welc'bme-Wagon Ice Cream Social, Dolores Cook, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radfe Your 2-way fadto - : - Iheadqiiartefa - · : f eJectnmtcs »[DC« IB38 5i». B. Collega . . . . 443 For Your Prescription Needs . · See Us QUAKER DRUG - 22E. Center --ME4248' - ; City Parking Lot In Reur ' Wednesday ; " ·. '· Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. ; Women's- Golf.-' Association, · Country ; CluV, 9 a.m. ' Exohahga .Club,, Holjday Inn,, 12 noori ..... . , .: Lions Clubj'WyaJt's, 12 nnojv ; .- ; ,- 01 .. - - Alcoholics -AnonjStious, VA'iHospitaljuStp.m. · AI-Anon, VA Hds'pifal, B p.rrt: ·- ·' ' iiii!iBiiiiffliiniiK^^ also find it sugar. . takes a little less Mrs. N. Knause LOSE 20 POUNDS IN TWO WEEKS! Famous U.S. Women Ski Team Diet During the non-snow off season the U.S. Women's Alpine Ski Team members go on the "Ski Team" diet to lose 20 pounds in two weeks. That's right--20 pounds in 14 days! The basis of the diet is chemical food action and was de- . ·- vised~by a : famous Colorado physician especially for the U.S. Ski Team. Normal energy Is · maintained (very important!) while reducing. You keep "full"--no starvation-. because the diet is designed that way. It's a diet that is easy to follow whether you work, travel or stay at home. (Not the grapefruit diet!) : This is. honestly,- r a fantastically successful diet. If it weren't, the U.S. Women's Ski Team wouldn't be permitted to use it! Right? So, give yourself the same break the U,S. Ski Team gets. Lose weight the scientific, proven way. Even if you've*tried all the other diets, you owe it to yourself : to try the U.S. Women's Ski Team Diet. That is, if'you really dp_want .to lose 20 pounds in two weeks. Order · .loday.-Tear tiiis out.as B reminder. -·- . . . . . . . . Send only $3.00 ($3.25 for Rush Service)^-cash is O.K.-- to: -Associated Ski Services, P.O. Box 3582, Chico, CA 9532S. Don't order unless' you expect to lose 20 pounds in two · weeks! Be'cause that!s what the Ski Team Diet will do. C1072 MODEL KOR-67 KitchenAid REGENCY PORTABLE DISHWASHER MODEL KDC-17 KitchenAid CUSTOM BUILT-IN DISHWASHER MODEL KCS-100 KitchenAid TRASH COMPACTOR EASY TO ENTER · HERE'S HOW. I.To register, visit a participating KitchenAEd deafer'or'mail In" your name, complete address and phone numberon a 3'x 5" card labeled "Entry Fo;m -- KilchenAid Silver Anniversa/y Sweepstakes'!;,r,.:- ; -. 2. Kitchen Aid pioducO will be awarded irr this'distributing : area. Winners will be sefected at random by Ihe KilchenAid distributor, 3. Winner need nol be present for the drawing. All prizes will be awarded. 4. All entries must bs received by 5 PM on Saturday, August 31,1974. 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