Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 24, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 24, 1974
Page 7
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(TTMESphoto by Ray Gray) CANDY STRIPERS CAPPED .. .Cathy Cobb, Susan Painter, Patti Smith, Nancy Pennington and Debbie Neighbors, left- right, first rota; Marie Clinton, Marilyn Crouch, Daren Patrick, Kim Hee-Young, Robin Clrism, Belinda Bierwirth and Glair Keegan, second row; and Katherine Emerson, Kathy West, Jan Lierley, Elizabeth York, Brenda Fields and John Pearson, third row, representing a combined total of 17,126 working hours o/ service to Washington Regional Medical Center, were'honored recently Volunteers Honored For Patient Relate* In a capping ceremony heldjpresident; K recently at . Washington Re- cretary; and gional Medical Center, 31 girls and a boy, representing a combined total of 17, 126 working Kim Hee Young, se- · hours of service to Washington ' Regional Medical Center, were honored. The ceremony, conducted by " Mrs. Mimi Mathis, R. N., and · Mrs. Wilma Spies, R. N., recognized volunteer services related to patient care and comfort, as well as work in departments · such as X-ray, food services, -· day care center and business ' offices. Senior candy stripers honored ' were Debbie Neighbors, Linda '· Dolan Marie Clinton, Lee Ann ·' Waite and Laura Lane. Receiving caps, representing ' 35 to 40 hours of service were, in addition to tiiose pictured above. Beth Liner, Connie Papi- zan, Jane Markham, Sandi Car- '' son, Allison Rodman, Terri Kirk, Laura Lane and B e t h -'· Douglas. Others participating w Kathy Kirby, Lee Ann Waite and Teresa Ralston. Newly-elected officers for the coming year are Laura Lane an integral part of an overall expanding volunteer program at the Medical Center, was conducted this year by Mrs. Joan Wilkins, who was director of volunteers until June, when she .eft to take a similar posiuoii in Little Rock. Any teen, 14 years of age or over, is eligible to take part in the program, and more infor- Nancy Pennington, ·cporler. The candy striper program, malion m a y be obtained for those interested in taking part as a volunteer by contacting the Medical Center. 4-H Members Take Honors At Meeting Fifteen 4-H members from Washington County took top honors at the Northwest District 4-H O'Rama held on the University or Arkansas campus recently. A total of 91 Washington County 4-H members participated in the 33 different activities with approximately 40 leaders and parents attending. Junior winners were Donna Simco, Harmon Club, consumer education; Debbie Simco Harmon Club. dre=s revue; Ca rol Laxson, Fayettes Club riome management; Tracy Spencer, Fayettes Club, photo graphy; Kevin Pendergraft Harmon Club, weed identifica tion; Ann C 1 a s b y, Highland Club, youth speaks out; Patri cia Pierce, Wyman Club, was elected district junior secretary Senior winners were Bobb Sizemore, W e s t Fork Countr; Club, baitcasting; Elsa Beneke Winslow Club, entomology; Do nald Hatfield, Prairie Grov Club, land judging; Lindi Christian, White River Club mblic speaking; Steven King iasnakra Club, share-the fun Larry Lyons, Winslow Club timber estimating; Jeff Mon gomery, Highland Club, tracto driving; Mike Delozier, Harmo Club, weed identification; De bra Welshenbaugh, Sasnakr Club, youth speaks out; Siegl Bell, Sasnakra Club was electe District 4-H reporter with KE ren Russell, Springdale Com munity Club, being elected fir' district officer alternate. These along with other senii ·lints From Heloipe-- Births 4-H'ers who placed in the to five at this district competitk are eligible and will participa in t h e Arkansas 4-H O'Bam Aug. 12 and 13, in Conway. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Burnard Kirkpatrick and daughter, Jan, of Dallas, Tex., will arrive today to visit his parents, Mr. a n d Mrs. I. J. Kirkpatrick in Fayetteville, his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sly in Rogers, and the Sly's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Porter Jr., and their daughter, also of Rogers. They will be in the area for a week. Best Of Bread Is Dough Saved car Heloise: Here's a Hint for folks who re starting to bake their own read, for better nutrition and aste--as well as helping out ic old budget. The bread will rise rapidly nd reliably if you put a pan i boiling water iu the bottom your unlit oven, then place le bread in the oven to rise. he steam m a k e s a warm Tioist atmosphere and the ough is protected. I learned this'from a friend 'ho guided me through my first oaf, and I have found it never ails. Mrs. Jo Abrahms Dear Heloise: I use old tape from my recor- ier to tie up tomato and bean lants in my garden each year Did you know it stretches and doesn't terns? proof. damage the Moreover, it's tender water Kiah C That's a great idea sir, am you're absolutely right. And in his connection, I have to share a "Letter of Laughter" I've jus received. Dear Heloise: I have heard many limes tha if you would play music or lal to tomato plants, etc., the would grow faster'and produc more. I used a whole reel of Bac and Beethoven tape to tie min up but the plants didn't pro duce. Could there be somethir wrong with them? Or should,uiei nun I have connected the tape to 1267-3321. ie recorder and let it play for icm? Thomas C. Renault) iear Heloise: My mother died many years go and left several old photo raphs in a chest. They h a t 10 information.written on them s to who they were, etc _mong them were three o 1 ramed photographs that are a east 80 years old. I would lik ery much to know who thes eople are...but I'll never know Please suggest to your read rs that they put the names ates of birth; and a. bit genealogy on the back of the! holographs for future genera ions. Tom K. Monaha Hi Heloise: If you have lipstick on you napkins here is something lha vill remove it...undiluted liqui hampoo. That's right--the ver same stuff you use on you lair. All I do is pour a little from the shampoo bottle onto the lip slick spot on my napkin; ru a bit, and let it stand for ahoi twenty minutes, .Then I was as usual. Works for me everytime. Hazel Potas Announcements A Couch family reunion w be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.t Sunday at Battlefield Park Prairie Grove. A basket luni will be served at noon. For fu ther information call 751-8120 TTT/ 0r WOMEN Wednesday, July 24, 1974 · 7 Daily Calendar of Events; 'onight Alcohlics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters b rtecfrtmlci »[nc« W!0 530 N. CoHcj-c 4(3-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 ;-. City Parking Lot In Re»r Thursday Plat Review Committee, City Hall, fl a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. till m · Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, Conference Room, 9' ; 39 n. United Community Services Member Groups, Downtown Mo- lor Lodge, 12 noon - Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon ·'.·· Senior Citizens Bowling, Oazrk Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. ·;: Boston Mountain Garden Club, Mrs. Elmer Griffith, 1 p.m.' : Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. : ' Weight Watchers, Goff Building, Y p.m. ;,-/; Jaycess, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. : : DAY Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. Springdale Junior Rodeo, Parsons Sladium, 8 p.m. '_·;'· mranmi REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. James W. Graham of Springdale, a daughter, July 19. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Under- flown of Lowell, a daughter, July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Boone of Springdale, a son, July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Rickey L. Long of Prairie Grove, a daughter, July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy A. Hall of Rogers, a duaghter, July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Taylor of Fayetteville, a daughter, July 20. Mr. and Mrs. William David Newbern of Fayetteville, a daughter, July 21. 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