Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 25, 1974 · Page 3
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July 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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miniiiuniiMiiiiiiiiiiiinuNiJtniiiniiiiiinnuKtniuiiiiiiiinniw Arkansas SuntH TT - T /or WOMEN Grow Green Flowers These'two main green garden flowers are very popular. Bolls of Ireland grow long und slender flower spikes, which are zinnia Is lime green in color and looks like a dahlia-flowered zinnia. Both can be grown quite easily. For best results sow seed directly into the ground after the danger ot frost lias _urrounded by clusters of_cup-i passed. They should be planted shaped flowers. The ' ' '"" Household Hint A teaspoon of liquid bleach added to the basin of water !ised to scrub children's tennis shoes will make the shoes come out much brighter or.whiter. Thrift Tip . Before placing a pan wilh wooden handles in the oven, wrap the knobs with several thicknesses of aluminum foil to p r e v e n t drying out and cracking. Thursday, July 25, 1974 SEMI-ANNUAL For Stepping Out Jacques Esterel of Paris highlights his "Fcmmc Fatale" line with this hronze-grecn, velvet sheath, for evening wear. 1 It features a high silt edged with cock leathers. (AP .Wirephoto) Miss Ryan Party Honoree Miss Kandice Ryan, bride- elect of Darrel Edmonson, was honored with drop-in shower al the home ot Mrs. Cornell Brown last Thursday evening Assisting Mrs. Brown were Mrs. W. H. Thuvlby, Mrs. Lucille Hayes, Mrs. Carl Own jey and Mrs. Clayton Spencer. The serving table was appoin :ed with silver and crystal Yellow gladioli made up the centerpiece and were also usec throughout the house in keeping with the bride-elect's chosei color. Mrs. Katherine Sullivan, Mrs Donna Bair, Miss Carol Ownbej and Miss Lee Ann Bair presided at the serving table. Fifty guests called during thi evening and special guests wen Mrs. Rodney Ryan, mother o the bride-elect, and Mrs. Jame Edmonson, the prospectiv bridegroom's mother. Household Hint The condenser and evaporate of your air-conditioner may b cleaned by using suitable a tachments on your vacuun cleaner. You should check you air-conditioner manual to dete mine whether the machin needs oiling at this time. N all conditioners should be oile Take Precautions When the morning weathi report predicts another hot da; take a few beauty precaution After the bath splash the unde arms, small of the back an other perspiration points wi chilled witch hazel. Let it dr by itself. Follow with dustin powder before slipping into d clothes. Banana Bread Is Always Family Treat Banana Bread is always a eat for the family. This recipe dds peanut butter to the batter make it even more nutri- ous. BANANA BREAD 2 cups unsifted flour 2 Tsps. baking powder h tsp. baking soda k tsp. salt cup butler or margarine cup sugar 2 large eggs 2 to 3 ripe bananas cup crunchy peanut butter Grease a 9x5x3-inch loaf pan. horoughly stir together the our, baking powder, baking oda and salt. Cream butter nd sugar. Beat eggs until thic- ened and lemon color. Add to nit.ter-sugar mixture and blend. With a fork; finely mash nongh banana to make one up; add peanut butter and lend. Into butter-sugar-egg mixture itir the flour mixture in about our additions, alternately with 3anana mixture until just mooth each time. Turn into irenared pan. Bake in a pre-heated 350-de- |ree oven u n t i l ' a cake tester nserted in center comes out clean -- 50 to 70 minutes. L e t stand on a wire rack for 10 minutes; loosen edges and turn out on rack;-tur nright side up. Cool completely. Bread slices well fresh from the oven or cold. · Red · Pink · Silver OF WOMEN'S SHOES - NOW FINAL SALE PRICE · White · Navy ·' Green · Bone · Multi-Colors TO Choose Carefully In choosing cosmetics for hot days remember that easy does it. Use a light makeup base. Use powder sparingly. Apply eye cosmetics with a light touch. Set the makeup with a cotton square dampened with witch hazel. Use the same pad to blend makeup at the hair line. Group of CANVAS $4.97 up Group of SANDALS $3.00 up Open Mondays and Thursdays til 8:30 p.m. WOMEN'S SHOES-Slreet Floor Open Daily 9-10; Sunday Closed Winter Patterns These outfits arc from -the 1974-75 winter collection of Paris couturier Pierre Cardin. Model at left wears a mid-calf woolen skirt with oversized black and \yhilc checks and highlighted wilh a long matching scarf and a black turtleneck sweater and beret. At right, model wears a heavy grey wool skirt with a black, white and rust pattern and a matching rust scarf, turtleneck sweater and hat. (AP Wirephoto) Sunday Dinner Observes Two Anniversaries i 'Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bow- £ man entertained friends and rel- \ alives with a potluck dinner 5 Sunday honoring their par; ents, Mr. and Mrs. J o h n ·; W o l f e , who celebrated their '· 32nd w e d d i n g anniversary ? on Saturday, July 20, and "Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowman who " observed their 47th anniversary * Wednesday. Mrs. Wolfe and '.'Mrs. Bowman received cor- ; sages. The occasion also ·I marked the Sunday birthday of ?Mrs. Nelta Bowman. Guests attending were Lloyd "Wolfe and Sheila Horn of Mem- 5 phis, Tenn., Mrs. Dean Wesl i and Deana o f S p r i n g d a l e Members of the 1964 senior class of Fayetteville High School are asked lo meet at 7 p.m. Monday at SWEPCO Hospitality Hoom to plan class reunion. Announcements Fayetleville Chapter of Psy chorientology members wil meet for a workshop at 7:3fl p.m. Friday at the residence of Dr. Bogddy Arias, 1224 Ste phens. All Silva Mind Cohtro graduates are invited to attend and Mrs. Orion Riggins, Mrs Cora Harmon, Danny Bowmai and Mia and Sheila, Shari and John Bowman of Fayelteville. Later refreshments of home matte ice cream and cake were served. Daily Calendar of Events i Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. Springdale Junior Rodeo, Parsons Stadium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Touc 2-way radE* headquarters 5» N. Collen For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - M2-424« City Parking Lot In Rear ^Friday , ; Fayetevttle Chapter of Psyehorientology, Dr. Bogdtly Arias .-7:30 p.m. Springdale Junior Rodeo, Parsons Stadium, 8 p.m. Use Your Kmart 'harge Card Interior Flat ACRYLIC AM RADIO PORTABLE Reg. 9.97 Smart styling for any room $7 LATEX SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL 2-SLICE TOASTER Reg. 7.84 Automatic, Has crumb 1 ray... ,,$? PORTABLE MIXER .Reg. 837 5 speeds. 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Handsome look of luxury in vinyl laminalotl permanent contour steel Unfinished Pine 28"xl5"x34" GAL. Washable acrylic fatex fe colorfast. Painter Pad_ 1.74 TOILET SEAT Beg. 3,64-3 Days 2 67 " J wood. WHb ptas- tic hinges. WASHERLESS I FAUCET i; Reg. 19^5-3 14 88 Single handle. Rotating valve ends dripping. HIGHWAY 71 B. NORTH AND ROLLING HILLS DR. - FAYETTEV

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