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July 27, 1974

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Miss Sfonesifer Party Honored Miss Donna Stonesifer, bride elect of Gilbert Bloyed was honored wilh a miscellaneous shower at SWEPCO Hospitality Room Monday night. : Approximately' 2 5 'guests attended. Special guests were the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Ray Stonesifer, and the prospective bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Dutch Bloyed. Mrs. Mary Frost, Miss Patty Stonesifer and Miss Betty Stonesifer presided at the serving table which was decorated in the bride elect's chosen color, yellow. Miss Stonesifer was given a set of stainless steel cookware by the hostesses for the event, MrSi Jerry Sweetser and Mrs. Doyle Reynolds. SHOWER HONORS BRIDE-ELECT ...Mrs. Carter, Miss Carter and Mrs. MeKinney at the Monday evening shower for Miss · Carter at the home of Mrs. MeKinney Miss Carter Is Honored With Drop-In Shower Mrs. Pauline MeKinney entertained with a drop-in party and miscellaneous shower Monday evening at her home to compliment Miss Barbara June ^Carter, bride - elect of Dennis Eugene Perry of Dallas, Tex. j The bride-elect is the daugh- iter of Mr. and Mrs. Duffey A. Carter of Fayetteville a n d is employed as a stewardess by American Airlines in Dallas. Both she and her fiance are graduates of the University of Arkansas where she was a imember of Alpha Chi Omega "sorority' and he was a member r of Sigma Nu Fraternity. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth -Perry of Pittsburg, Pa. Dinner Honors Couple At Club . Approximately ; friends of the 30 guests, bride-elect's mother, called during the even- ·ing hours. An out-of-town guest -was Miss Caroline Pavor of · Dallas who will be a bridesmaid lin the wedding. Daisies and rust straw flow- -ers decorated the refreshment "table where fruit punch and pe- .tit fours were served. " · T h e wedding is planned for -Trinity- Melodist. Church. Anderson Reunion Attracts Crowd '·" Eight-five descendants attended the F.M. and Nancy Anderson 16th annual reunion last Sunday at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville. A buffet luncheon was served at 1 p.m. The meeting was conducted by Jack Carter, president. New officers elected for 1975 are Mrs. Jane Turner of Fayetteville, president; Dick Gilstrap jr., of Fredonia, Kan., vice president; and J. T. Anderson of Muskogee, Okla, secretary. ' Family members presented a musical program. The meeting : closed with a period of visiting. "Pians were made to meet at ,the same place in July 1975. The Green Room at Fayetteville Country Club was the scene of a candlelight dinner Thursday evening honoring Miss Cindy Gardner and Andy Lewis, who were married Friday evening at the Presbyterian Church in Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lewis Jr., entertained members of the wedding party and out-of-town guests. Guests were seated at tables appointed with white antique wicker baskets filled with white minature pixie carnations, yellow and white Marguerite daisies with fresh fern and baby's breath linked with ivy. Large ivory candles were placed the length of the tables. For the occasion, Miss Gardner wore a floor-length pastel gown, her mother wore an Ita- Han green and white voile dress and · Mrs. Lewis wore a blue and white floral print. Guests were prmi Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gardner, parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vivona, Miss Becky Lewis, Miss Becky Conlee, Mike Maxwell, Randal Tyson, Ford Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Chris James, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bumpass and son, Bart, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis Sr., and sons, Tommy and Timmy, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lester and daughter, Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Steve. Lamastus, the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Thiesse, and from outlof-town, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green III and son, Gardner, of Little Rock,-Miss Sally Gardner of Arlington, Tex., Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mack and children, Robin and Bobby of Piano, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Duvall of Oklahoma City and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Pyeatt of Searcy. Mrs. Guisinger Returns From ESA Convention Mrs. Carlos W. Guisinger Jr. and daughter,' Nancy, recently returned from a trip to Indianapolis, Inc., where Mrs,' Guisinger attended the International convention of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority held at Indianapolis Hilton Hotel. A ovting d e l e g a t e at the convention and a member of Beta Tail Chapter in Fayelle- ville, Mrs. Guisinger is the State of Arkansas second vice president. Epsilon Sigma Alpha is an international sorority of women who are concerned about themselves and the world they live in. Formed in 1929 for the express purposes of the education, service and association of its members, it has grown to more than 40,000 women throughout the United States and ten foreign countries. The major emphasis is community action to aid those less fortunate. The selfless work of Epsilon Sigma Alpha women has resulted in millions of dollars being contributed to many worthy causes. The sorority national project is the Million Dollar Bike Ride. Women across the United States Join forces to raise funds for Danny Thomas' St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. SfarthrotBt Arfeattaaa ffitnra MEN Saturday, July 27, 1974 · * ni!iniiiiii!iiii!i[iniii!i!iii[iniii!iiHiiiiir.Mi![iiiiiiiiuii^ Hints From Heloise-- / *· , /' When Your Budget Won't Jell Right Dear Heloise: Since we all use gelatin for economical desserts and salads, could you tell me the right way I come out with to mix it? Each time Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. William C. Smith of Rogers announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheri Rae, to F r e d Franklin Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weber Jr., also of Rogers. The wedding will be Saturday, Aug. 17 at 4 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Rogers. The bride- elect is a senior at Rogers High School where her fiance graduated in 1972. He is employed in Rogers where they will make their home. Mr, and Mrs. Smith are former residents of the W e s t Fork and Greenland area. thick glop on the bottom and can never seem to stir it long enough to dissolve this thick sugary formation. Cookie Dear Cookie: I never make gelatin in a pan or bowl. I use a pint canning f r u i t jar! I put the jar in my kitchen sink and water. I then dump out half of the e ja fill it with boiling M.M.- Dear Heloise: Scraps of new linoleum can :e bought very inexpensively, and are excellent for lining the shelves of the kitchen cabinet where you store pots and pans. This linoleum can be wiped off in a jiffy and pots do not stick to it. If you lay the linoleum in the sun until it is warm, it will cut easily. A.W. Dear Heloise: np Uii EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB People Looking n Market Place Mrs. Snow Chosen Woman Of Year Fayetteville Credit Women International met Wednesday at _ Isabel Peron Notes Memory Of Eva '. BUENOS AIRES, Argentina 1(AP) -- President Isabel Peron '.personally took part in marking ;the 22nd anniversary of the ·death of Eva Peron, the second ;;wife of Juan D. Peron. t Peron's widow and successor .on Friday attended a solemn ;Mass in memory of Eva, who is -,still held in revenue by Argentines. · Mrs. Peron took office after ·her husband's death on July 1. FAYETTEVILLE In Sunday aflernoon games a the Legion Hut, Mrs. H. Wood ard and Dr. W. Jennings- o Rogers were first place win ners. Dale Pearson and Roy Barbee won second place; Mrs Joe Nyberg and Mrs. Alex Gin der, third place; and Mrs. Joe Scott and Wayne Patterson, fourth place. In Monday night's games, north-south first place winners were Nancy Marshall and Bob Monday; second place went to Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley; and third to Mrs. George Roller and Larry Home. East-west winners were Joe Scott and Doug Borland, first; Joan Edmiston and Jeremy Hess, second; and Leon Marks and Bill Graves, third. the Holiday Inn. Miss Glendora Sharp presided at a business meeting and announced that the club would meet Monday, Aug. 26 at Burns Gables on Mt. Gayler at 7 p.m. for dinner at the invitation of the Fort Smith Club. She also announced that the State Credit Convention will be at the Ramada Inn in Pine Bluff, Sept. 6, 7 and 8. - The Fayetteville club selected Virginia Snow as Credit Woman of the year. Mrs. Evelyn Cox introduced Mrs. Margaret Parrish who spoke on real estate mortgages. The next meeting of the club will be Aug. 7 at 7 a.m. at the Holiday Inn. ' Bridge News STONY VALLEY Stony Valley Extension Club held its annual picnic last week at Murphy Park in Springdale. Twenty - three members a n d Iheir families were present. Special guests were Mrs. Gladys Ewing, Joe Harrison, Mrs. Edna MacDonald, Springfield, Ore., and AIC John Neal, recently returned from a tour of duty in Japan. Virginia Burdick HIM · Grace Atwater and E a r l "Thornton were first and second "'place winners at the Community Adult Center bridge "parly. ' Other winners were Oscar .White, Dorothy Walters, San- .ford Berg and Jessie Drill. -" Anyone 50 years of age or Bolder, is inviled to attend the vActivities of the Adult Center. IFor further 443-3512. information call Tha TIMES h On Top of-The News Seven Days a Week FISHBACK There were eight members and three guests present for the July meeting held at the community building. Following the club's opening ceremonies committee chairmen were appointed. There are Mrs. Jean Long, family life; Mrs. Verna Tackett, health; Mrs. Pam Gay, publicity; Mrs. Jessie Harp, home management and Mrs. Naomi Gay, scrapbook. Members voted to participate In the county council's score sheet this year and plans made to expand membership and encourage members to allend club meetings. Outgoing officers were presented gifts for their service, and the hostesses were Mrs. Long and Mrs. Pam Gay. The nexl meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. in the community building. Plans for a fair booth will be discussed. Mrs. Pam Gay Adult Center Programs Set Programs are announced for the week of July 29 - Aug. 2 at the Community Adult Center at Hillcrcst Towers. David Polston, of the staff of Abilities Unlimited of Northwest Arkansas, will show slides and discuss the services provided by the sheltered workshop for h a n d i c a p p e d persons, o n Monday. T h e Alfred E d w a r d s String Group .will -provide a musical program Wednesday. The program for Friday is In the planning stage. All persons 50 years of age or older are invited to attend the programs at the Center. Further information is available by calling 443-3512. Legion Auxiliary Hears Reports From Convention Delegates Reports on the annual state convention of the American Le;ion Auxiliary were heard at the last meeting of the gioup. Mrs. Nora Bee Lingelbach was installed as the new first district vice president. She is a member of Fayetteville Unit No. 27. Mrs. Frances Rogers of Lincoln is the n . e w Northwest vice president for 1974-75, the post held by Mrs. Linglebach last year. State officers elected are Carol Wharton of Little Rock, department president: Ma Jane Holderfield of. Little Rock, sergeant at arms; Eva Kirk of Pine Bluff, historian; Maggie Griffin of Fort Smith, chaplain; Corky Bradshaw of Little Rock, alternate national executive committee-woman; and Bobbie Brown, national executive com. mitteewoman. Lincoln Auxiliary Unit 7171 had the best scrapbook, and the poppy contest was won by Essie Lee Bell, George Pilley and Paul Camp, whose poster will be sent to the national contest. Kenny Pennington, eight grade student from Hamburg, won the essay contest. Attorney General Jim Guy Tucker spoke at the joint session, Legion and Auxiliary, and By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer People are looking for t.l.c. (tender loving care) in the market place. And they are getting it, says Italian fashion innovator Emilio Pucci. The merchandising scene is chang- ng mainly because "Americans are leading the world in :he matter of perfected ideas." "In any Godforsaken spot in Africa, Asia or wherever, little man in a tiny village is working on something that has aeen partly developed from a local thing and partly designed Dy an American buyer who lias tracked him down with the aid of an interpreter has caused him to make something," says. "In directing their energies towards these little companies America has been a stimulating factor, too, in getting sub-countries on fcheir feet. People may talk about the ugly American but one day this effort will be recognized as the greatest eco nomic and sociological in Juence of American civilization over the rest of the world," he said. -egior I Slin. Harold Stinger, national legislative director, spoke at the banquet. Henry B. King, president of Ihe U. S. Brewers Association, was also a banquet speak- r. Mrs. Linglebach, Mrs Snsie Rochier and Mrs. Lora Todd will be delegates to the national convention in August. Even he feels the impetus a: ae is constantly invited to di new things and now finds him self "more and more in th Eield of home furnishings." / life-long painter, he has just in traduced his first collection o lithographs. TURNING AWAY We are turning away frpi Ihe "infinity of products whic have surrounded us since th industrial revolution, the essen tially materialistic things tha were created with a view ti ward mass-production and lo 1 cost," he continued. "Fewer people are bu y i n things just because they loo pretty, but if the object give one the feeling that it orig nated with human warmth, on Amos Award Winner Bill and Doris Drake, Route 5, Fayetteville, have received a special ruby pin signifying their attainment of Ruby Direct Distributor status from the Amway Corporation of Ada, Mich. The award was made for outstanding achievement in the direct selling field. Lady Jane Lunches Wilh The Queen LONDON (AP) -- Lady Jane Wellesley had lunch with Queen Elizabeth and speculation immediately was rekindled about a romance between Lady Jane and Prince Charles. But a spokesman for Lady Jane's father, the Duke of Wellington, said Friday that there was "no truth whatsoever" to the reports of a romance and noted thai the two families have long been friends. The rumors of romance between the 25-year-old heir to the throne and Lady Jane, 23, first surfaced last year w h e n the two were frequently seen together. may be drawn to it." Nowadays, a visual, clcmei of a product must emboc something more than an ae thetic feature. It must convey message which relates to a h man feeling or concern for oil er people. "It is the reason people sho flea markets for old things tha reflect concern on the part c people who made them, might be a little lace pine shion with a hand-embroidere sentiment to simply expre affection for a grandmother he says. The persistence of America! is one reason his own desig board is going off in so mai directions. In fact, 25 years af while in the Air Force Puc as, in a sense, an American scovery. He was pressed into esigning sportswear when as merican fashion editor found at he had designed the ski olhes lie was wearing. Later e went on to design dresses, urses, shoes, lingerie and Jewry. In these last years he has esigned everything from bath wels to carpets for the home, ow he is on to lamps. "If I achieve what I want in water. Into this half-filled jar I pour my granules. I then take a big tablespoon and stir it. The hot water w i l l immediately dissolve all t h e sugary glop. As soon as the granules are completely dissolved, I fill the jar up with ice cubes. I do all this in the sink to save cleaning the counter. I do not quile fill the pint jar up to the top...I leave about one inch or so of space at the lop of this jar when pulling in my ice cubes. Then when the gelatin is cool, if I'm in the mood, I add sliced bananas or other fruit. Place the jar in your refrigerator. If the fruit comes to the top of the jar, lake the jar and shake it from time to time. (Be sure that the lid is on tight.) The fruit will then distribute itself. If you do not have a lid for your jar, leave the spoon in the jar when you put in the refrigerator. As the gelatin This weekend I decided lo fix hot dogs, but the buns I had were stale. So after bringing the waler to a boil and dropping in the. hot dogs, I placed the small aluminum rack from our broiler pan on top of the pot. Then I opened the buns and laid them face down on Ihe rack. The steam from the boiling water steamed and freshened the buns. Perry Fulkerson. LETTER OF LAUGHTF,R Dear Heloise: My 6-year-old son is in the first grade and felt very left out when all his classmates were losing their first tooth and he hadn't. The magic time for hint finally arrived. One evening he lost his first tooth. The next day he came homa from school and sighed, "I'M so tired! I've be«n smiling all day." ;hting -- a whole new concept color -- it will be unique in he history of interiors," he ays enthusiastically. "I am ying to get out of light and olor things which, historically, ever have been done." VIVID COLORS Famed for his yidid colors in lothes -- Capri blue, gera- ium, almond green, Emilio ink and the like -- often com- med in his unmistakable geo- letric prints, he remarked that toy were designed for open air activity "at a time when colors vere drab." He considers "the ramework of nature the very icst test of color." Pucci's six signed lithographs n view now in galleries in New Y o r k , Washington, D.C. 'liaml, Houston, San Francisco ind Oakbrook, 111., depict a se rene atmosphere "because leople are not in the mood to distressed further by the ob jects around them," he insists "If art is to have value, 1 should express this urgent feel ng-- serenity and optimism that people seek. People have a desire to get buck lo a human dimension of life." begins to thicken, whirl the spoon around to mix it up again until the fruit distributes itself. Heloise HAVE YOU NOTICED? How nice it. feels when some one says "I love you" on parting, instead of "goodbye"... Ghost Jon Sharon Cloer Dear Heloise: Sometime ago I was watching my small grandchildren playing n their wading pool. It was quile a slruggle at times for them to keep from slipping down. I suggesled to my daughter that the nonskid strips used in Bathtubs would be a good idea for the wading pools. Of course, Ihe pool must be thoroughly dry when putting in these strips. Dear Heloise: When frying eggs I always tiad trouble with the eggs sticking to the dry spatula. Today, I discovered a trick. I buttered the spatula lightly on both aides, pressed it down inlo the warm frying, pan for a few seconds. . I put Ihe eggs in the skillet and when they were ready to turn, the spatula slipped under the eggs with ease. S. Bertrand KXPMT WATCH RIP Aid - · * ' ' ' [ _ ! / j. SWIFTS tTNwtk Another FAMHT WEEKIY Exclusive - July 28 Announcements The former Winslow residents annual picnic will be held at Ozark Eleclric, Hwy. 16 West al 5 p.m. Sunday. All Winslow residenls are in- viled lo attend and are requested to * bring their own picnic lunch and table service. Drinks will be furnished and there will le musical entertainment. For more information call Lonnie Center at 442-9092 or Newt Land at 443-2805. Revival Planned LINCOLN -- An old-fashioned brush arbor revival will begin here Sunday at the United Pen- lecostal Church on Lincoln Street. Services will be at 7:30 p.m. daily and will continue for about two weeks. TERMITES? ; . CALL ADMIRAL L PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spider*, etc. COMMERCIAL 11. RESIDENTIAL. We have « savings program and interest rate to meet I your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue THE DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. HKHZZA, Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Fayeteville Chapter of Psyehorientology, Dr. Bogddy Arias, 7:30 p.m. Springdale Junior Rodeo, Parsons Stadium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Toar 2-way radio headquarters f efecfronlea tfno. IMI 520 H. Collcse 443-2Z3 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 44W246 City Parking Lot In Rear Family SPECIAL REPORT, Saturday Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbcll School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. Springdale Junior Rodeo, Parsons Stadium, 8 p.m. Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, CA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. n^ Can Detroit Adapt? How Auto Makers Plan To Meet America's New Needs "What good is it in 1980 to have the deanest, tamest, least damageable car if no one can afford it?" This week FAMILY WEEKLY examines the problems and challenges of the auto industry as inflation, consumerism, environmentaiism and the gas shortage play havoc with auto design and pricing. Learn in this exclusive report how Detroit is responding, what you can expect to be driving in a few years and what it wil) cost. Some of the solutions are exciting (on-board computers, for example) and others are the sort of things drivers have been looking for for years. Cars win be changing in their lengths, widths, engines, decors, gas capacities and weights. Detroit's leaders are optimistie about meeting the challenge, but remain displeased with Washington. In your copy of tha

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