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Saturday, July 20, 1974
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·····iiiniM^ Jfortrm»Bt A SJitnS or MEN * Saturday, July 20, 1974 * 3 : iwiiiiinniiinH^ Hints From Heloise-The Oil Of Lemon At Your Dear Heloise: I read in your column about using lemon oil to clean shower doors, tiles, chrome fixtures etc. Tell me Heloise, who inspired you to try such a far-out idea? Frankly, at first I thought it was decided misprint. Then try it because might be just crazy enough to work. I spent one very full day r e c e n t l y scrubbing shower doors, tiles with every Service Shake real good and you have a great salad dressing. Carol Traynor Age 10 and door frames smelly concoction imaginable and was still less than thrilled with the results. Tonight, in less than one-half hour, all the above mentioned -- plus, chrome towel racks, knobs and faucets -- sparkled. This was done with very little Dear Heloise: I want to tell you about my handy budget cookbook. I used to have a jumbled b recipes that I had cut magazines and newspapers, plus some 'that friends .had"!written down for me. It was a chore to get this box out of my cupboard and search for a particular recipe. I bought a notebook and effort using your lemon paper towels and a rag. oil. To you and your inspiration, a big hug and deepest thanks for making a nasty job easy and nice. Love You. Ann Johnston I had so many inquiries asking where to buy lemon oil that I think you gals must be looking in the wrong place. The lemon oil I mentioned is an inexpensive furniture polish and has been on the market for scores of years. So if you have not looked in large loose-leaf covered it with pretty adhesive-backed paper. I turned it so the two holes were at the top. I then made some index tabs and spaced them throughout the book along the bottom. I glued in the recipes and wrote comments alongside them. Next I put two cup hooks on the wall above my work counter and hung the book there. Now w h e n I need something especially down the economical, book, turn page, hang it back on the hooks and cook away. your grocery store among furniture polishes, that the the place to go. Or anywhere furniture polish is sold. Bless you always. Heloise Dear Heloise: I always poured the oil from sardines down the kitchen drain -- until today. I tried it on a salad and found it quite good. Sylvia O'Reilly Marjie Dear Heloise: I am 91 and the skin over my entire body is very dry. From my great-grandson's mother I learned that the tissues pre-moistened with baby oil that you can buy for babies are also good for great-grandmothers. I go over my entire body each morning wilh two of these oiled tissues. My skin is becoming softer and feels good, not dry, all day. Grandma MB. AND MRS. BILL ALFORD. ... follovnng their marriage at the First Christian Church MI Sprimjdale on June 28 Alford-Arthur Vows Exchanged our news- Dear Heloise: On rainy days papers.are delivered in a long slim plastic bag. I do lots of crocheting and I found that a skein of yarn fits perfectly in a newspaper plastic bag. This avoids tangles and keeps my yarn clean. R.D.B. Dear Heloise: I was tired I mixed it with the oil and vinegar dressing I made for Caesar salad and omitted the expensive anchovies. Heloise Shower-Coffee Honor* Miss Gardner Mrs. Reid Holiman, Mrs. Ar- cttevllle. nold Williams. Mrs. Courtney Crouch. Mrs. Dick Wcis. 'Mrs. Joe McKim, Mrs. W. C. Rogers Jr.. and Mrs. James Irwin entertained wilh a coffee and mis- ceHanous shower Wednesday morning at the Holiman residence. 2002 Pin Oak Drive in Springdale. The event honored Miss Cindy ardner. bride-elect of Herbert nderson Lewis III of Fayette- lle. Carrying out a color scheme yellow and white, the re- eshment table was covered th a white linen cloth and eld a centerpiece of yellow isy chrysanthemums. Coffee as served from a' silver scr- ee and punch from a crystal owl. Special guests were Mrs. Herert Anderson Lewis Jr., the respective bridegroom's nicer, Mrs. Bert Lewis, his great randmother, Mrs. Virginia arlin, his grandmother, Mrs. elen Lewis Bocquin, his aunt, Irs. Honnie Bumpass and Miss lecky Lewis, his sisters, all of 'aycUeville. a n d Mrs. Ronald ardner Jr. and Mrs. Ross Viona Jr.. mother and sister or he bride-elect of Springdale. Mrs. Vivona and Miss Cathy Viiliams assisted the honoree n Sixty guests called between Fall Ensemble A model shows an ensemble with cape, boots and a busby of fur Wednesday in Rome at a showing of fall and winter fashions by designer Andre Lang. (AP Wirephoto by cable from Rome) Dear Heloise: I'm sure lots of people still rely solely on a fan during the hot weather. .Here's a hint to use so ho one wilt catch their fingers in the rotating blades: Measure-a piece of nylon net to completely cover your fan and fasten in the back by sewing or tying wilh a string. Pat Stevens - The First Christian Church in : Springdale was the setting on i Jwie 28 for the 7:30 p.m. wed- i ding of Miss Melanie Diane Ar'; t h u r ' a n d Bill Alford. Parents ·; of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. f Orville W. Arthur and Mrs. ·' Ruby Alford Logue and the late ? Owen Alford, all of Springdale. - The Rev. Charles Kincaid v performed the double ring ser- j vice before the altar flanked -- by seven-branched candelabra S and decorated w i t h greenery 5 and yellow ribbon bows. Baskets - of mixed spring flowers in the ^ bride's chosen colors of yellow - and green were placed on the ·: chancel rail. .7 Mrs. Mary Miller, organist. - played a program of wedding Vmusic including "The Bridal ? Chorus," from Wagner's Lohen; grin as the processional, anc 't Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Deli siring," as the recessional. j The bride, given in marria'ge i by her father, wore a gown of w polyester organza and Chantilly I lace designed especially for her - The bodice and collar were i trimmed in lace as were the - full sheer sleeves- The waistline ·; was accented with tiny tucks i flnd the long full skirt ended ^ in a chapel train enhanced a 1 ; the bottom with lace. A Julie' ·· cap covered in organza am " lace secured her long veil o '·' illusion, and she carried a bou i quet of yellow Golden Master - piece roses with chrysanthe :': niujris and baby's breath. ; Miss Evon Engle was maic i_ of honor and Miss Ruthanm - Robinetto was bridesmaid. The' T wore yellow dotted swiss dres r ses with tiny white flowers and 1 green leaves, white hats wit " green ribbons, and carried - nosegays, of 'yellow and whit ; carnations. ·· Glenn Alfprd served h i ~ brother as best, anothe . brother, David L. Arthur, wa 7 groomsman, and ushers wen : Robert McCormick and Jim ; Daughterly. Eddie LeClai 7 lighted the candles. - The bride's mother wore ; long gown of spray green crep - with chiffon sleeves and th - bridegroom's mother wore of the expense ong pink gown. Both w o r e orsages of yellow and white :arnations. At the reception in-Fellowship Hall of the church, the bride's able was covered with a linen ind lace cloth and held crystal ·andelabra with yellow tapers. Spring flowere also decorated he table. The family table was :overed with a crochet table loth over yellow, made by the jride's grandmother, and also icld yellow tapers and t h e bride's bouquet. Miss Gail Robin Davis, Mrs. Barbara Johns'and Mrs. Robert VTcCormick assisted the ladies of Christian Fellowship, in serving guests. Miss Debbie Hunt vas at the guest book- The couple is making their ome in Springdale. of having the rubber heels on my harness hoots replaced, so I decided to switch the left anil right heels when it was time to put on new ones! In other words, twice the wear for my money. All it took was a claw hammer to remove and switch the heels. Hope the surprise of a college-aged male who reads your column daily isn't too much to take. Even though most of the ideas in the column con't apply to me, it is just plain interesting to see how ingenious people can be when they want Dear Heloise: I found that my two daughters did not make the the mess drinking water or juice in the car -- I did when I poured the drink for them. My solution is to use a plastic bottle with a pop-up top, like pan cake syrup or dish detergent comes in. Admittedly, we do still have some mess from drinking, but at least I put a stop to the Bridge News FAYETTEVILLE In Sunday afternoon 'games at the Legion Hut, Bill Moeshale and Frances Colpitt won first place; Earl Riddick and Jack Burns, second; Mrs. Richard Johanson and Mrs. David Burleson, third; Mrs. Ralph Williams and Mrs. Paul Ross, fourth; Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley, fifth; and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barbee, sixth. Mrs. George Roller and Mrs. J. A. Laner winners in pouring mess. N.J.R, were first Monday place night to be. Dennis Dear Heloise: My mother taught me how to use the last bit of catsup. P u t the same amount, separately, of salad oil, vinegar, and sugar as there is catsup and mix them right in the bottle. Dear Heloise: Instead of throwing away my expensive but wilted roses, I took all the petals . o f f - and spread them on a paper towel to dry out. When completely dry, I cut a square of nylon net about 10" by 10". Then. I put the petals in the center, pulled up a l l t h e edges tight and tied with a ribbon. I have my own homemade sachet and a remembrance of the otherwise.forgotten roses. D. Schlicht games; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott won second place; Wayne Patterson and Kep Dillard, third; Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley fourth; and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barbee, fifth- ADULT CENTER Oscar White and Jessie Dritt were first and second place winners in the week's . bridge party. Other winners were Lillian Smith, Omer Verwer, Ear Thornton and Dorothy Walters. EVEREST i JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" FaycttevlIlB DrnI E. Side Square 4Z-73« Ctii Omega Alumnae Hear Reports Of National Convention Chi Omega Alumnae met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs..Max McAllister. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Jerome McRoy, Mrs. Bernice Welsh and Mrs.Webb Williams. Mrs. David W. Mullins, president, served punch at a table centered with an arrangement of gardenias and althea blossoms. Mrs. Lewis Yoe, official chap- ler advisor delegate to the re- cenl Chi Omega National Convention, told of the Greenbrier Hotel where the Convention was held,-Mrs. LaRue Bowker, National President, former president of Psi Chapter, University of Arkansas, Convention agenda and social events. Miss Betty Askew, official Alumnae delegate, spoke of the Convention business, discussions and decis- sions. Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exdusive-Iuly 21 \ Daily Calendar of Events I Tonight 3 Ti-Cbuniy OBers, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7 p.m j Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. ; AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters b rfectronlu tint* U» 550 ;N. College 443-5222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 444-4246 City Parking Lot ID Reir Friday : Sunday ' ; F. M. Anderson Family Reunion, Holiday Inn, 1 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut,'1:30 p.m. ; Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric, 1 : 30 p.m. · Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. ' Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. niM^^ /ormffv,, Weekly Fur 0.C Faun) OateWhMdx- Hon-KidiiwFeW Ix?a* EooiTHI About Haw h Fnfc ffa fettled Cocwie* U» Ako« Food To CIUK M«ic St. Joseph School To Offer Ninth Grade A full program through th ninth grade will be offered a St. Joseph's Catholic School an registration is now open. Mrs. Paul Fisher, a forme staff member, is returning thi year as the principal. Also re ;urning will be Sister Mar Ruth, a Benedictine sister wh "ormerly taught at St. Joseph's School will open August 2 and interested persons ma contact the school by callin Mrs. Fisher 839-3288 or th School 442-8404. Thrift Tip Decorate gelatin salads wit cream cheese. By. pressing th cream cheese through a t strainer, you can achieve pretty, lacy effect for much le money than you'd spend in pr paring whipped toppings. Faubus Reunion Held Sunday The 10th annual Faubus Family Reunion was held last Sunday at the Holiday Inn in Fay- All of the children of Emma Fnubus Guinn were present; all but one of the living children of Tonnie Faubus Anderson were present; Ihe two children of Mary Poole were with her, and Mag Faubus Glass was represented by her only child. New officers elected were Kenneth Van Deusen, president; Linda Vaughn Porter, vice president; and Anna Belle F a d d i s , secretary-treasurer. The meeting was conducted by Jack Anderson, president; invocation was given by Mark Guinn; a report by the secretary was heard; and the reunion ended wilh a visilation period- The meeting will be held at the same place and time next year. Pink-Blue Shower Honors Mrs. Woods tie hours oon. of 10 a.m. Mid 12 niiiiiiiiiiininnniiinni Births Mrs. Mary Harris entertained with a baby shower at her home in Greenland recently honoring Mrs. Jack Woods. After playing appropriate games, refreshments were served from a table using a green and yellow color scheme. The cake was decorated with-yellow roses and tiny green booties. Green punch was served from a milk glass punch bowl. Mrs. Gordon Page of Fayetteville was co-hostess. REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Danny J. Doser of Farmington, a daughter, uly 17. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Pin- ilto of Fayetteville, a son, July 7.' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Ha- ,'ens of Fayetteville, a daugh- er, July 17. [Ill II! II! !l! llllt Announcements iiiiiiiiiiiiiininntimiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiin The Community Adult Center Ballroom dance group will meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, at Hill- Towers. All persons 50 years of age or older are invited to attend. Ladies Day Play Alfreds Golfers SILOAM SPRINGS · in Ladies Day P 1 a y at Dawn Hill Country Club Tuesday, 12 golfers-participated,'with golf balls going to Hollie. Crockett for winner of the A Flight, and Evelyn Brice receiving tha prize for winning in the B Flight. On Tuesday of next week, golfers will assemble at 9 o'clock, and the contest will be Bingle, Bangle, Bungle. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR 61/2% S W I F T S n North We have a savings program and interest rale to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue What Makes Children Tell Lies? "All kids tell lies. Not just some, all. And when they do, parents usually react in the same toay.'They get angry." What parent has not worried about his child's:, honesty? Is little Tommy turning into a liar? Is little Janey not to be trusted at all? Is my child becoming a criminal? Is there something the matter with me? This week FAMILY WEEKLY examines the subject of children's lies. You'll learn how and why children lie. You'll also learn the motives behind all those untruthful and sometimes tall tales. You'll discover a family counselor's five guidelines for dealing with the problem. In your topy of the..' . ... , , · ,, · . . . Northwest Arkansas TIMES Going on a vacation? DON'T STOP YOUR PAPER Use The TIMES' Convenient "LAYAWAY" or "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 Plan "MAILAWAY" If your vacation plans call for you to be at one moiling address for a week or more, we'll be glad to mail you each day's issue at no additional charge, rother than del iver it to your home. J ust 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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