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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 28, T9?« FAYETTEVILLEi ARKANSAS Old Star bridge Village Shows How Things Use To Be Done By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfcatures Writer If women have any doubt .that they've come a long way in the last century and a half, a -.visit to Old Sturbridge Village HELD OVER Show Starts 9:00 A COMEDY CLASSIC Mel Brooks' ·BLAZING SADDLES -PLUS- PAULNEWMAN THE MACKINTOSH MAN From Warner Bros 4 Sun. srat. a P.M. mi TOM LAUGIILIN "BORN LOSERS" See The Big Ad On This Page Oprn 7 Fel. 7:!* «:M SuniJya Mntlne« 3 I'.M. RATED (It) One for Alt -- AH for Fim BARBARA STRIESAND flpfrt 7:00 Tel. 7:15 n e a f R H"nr-"**" Sun. Mai. 2 p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT |f Open 7 YKTJ.ER -- 7:15 JODllMiY -- 3:20 TWO DISNEY HITS "OLD YELLER" Plus "THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY" i Massachusetts would dispel tat doubt. At the historical village (1790140) women wearing costumes epict tlie myriad daily, week- monthly and seasonal lores that early American omen performed. Summer reparation of the five resi- enccs in the village of 40 liis- al buildings on 200 acres ould bring sweat to the brow, he authentic houses that re- realcd rural New England vil- ige were put on the summer :andard again by Mrs. Jane ylander, curator of textiles ml ceramics w li o uses re- earch from the village library. Early women had to be con- erned with the effects of heat, ios, moths and strong sunlight n their homes in summer, mong other things. For example, I here was the ug tiling. If one didn't need to se tansy (bitter herbs) along aseboards and at the sink to control ants, one would no doubt need to worry about mosquitoes and possibly making screens "of light frames of the she of lower sashes and covered with millinet" as one publication, "The N e w England Farmer" was advising women in 1826. Further advice included nutting them in place about 5 p.m. and shutting the doors. CHEESECLOTH SCREENS Mrs. Nylander puts the cheesecloth screens in one house on the floor during the day as the early women did. And since one had to worry about curtains and draperies fading and had to remove them, closing the shutters to let in air as it kept out heat, that too is .done at Sturbridge. Chandeliers often w e r e wrapped in dust bags Just as the one at the Towne House Hall "to keep them clean from fly specks and because it would not be used much in summer THE PlZjA HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. rcr PIZZA, MHPTO f WREME? HOUSECALLS ARE IN AGAIN CONIC 74 FISH CHIPS Only Every Monday At A W 2309 NORTH COLLEGE TM PHONE 442-6662 If you can afford to feed your family at a drive-in, you can afford to take them to Bonanza. Like drive-ins, Bonanza isn't expensive. But unlike drive-ins, Bonanza is a haven for fathers. First, you don't eat at Bonanza. You dine here. You have your food at a table, like a decent human being. Not in a car like a sardine. Second you eat what you want. Not what your kids want. You can choose from oil kinds of steak, shrimp, and fish dinners. And because your kids are entitled to a choice, too, they can have Hamburger, French fries and a soft drink, or a Highway 71 Carry special kiddy-sized dinner. Finally, Bonanza has nice little rules. For example, there's no tipping. And you can drink as many cups of coffee as you like and pay for only one cup. Now, if Bonanza can give you all this in a restaurant, at drive-in prices, why eat at a drive-in? The family restaurant 1 even a father could love. Out Available Phon* 521-3565 yway." In fact, fly specks re such a problem in old I uses that pictures, mirrors A frames were covered with uslin, although in 1838 the louse Servants Directory" as advising a method to heat e insects droppings: Paint an senee of boiled leeks or onion picture and furniture frames protect them. As for packing away woolens, issue of the "American rugal Housewife" advised usliing, packing, covering em with linen "when little illers which lay moth-eggs be n , to appear," and putting em in a dark place. But for that matter, any rong spicy smell -- pepper, d-c«dar chips, tobacco -- was uted as a moth preventive, al- ougli camphor - gum was con- dered the best solution. The calico curtain cleaning uliue involved shaking ofl ust and lightly brushing, wip- it closely with clean flan- els and then rubbing it with ry bread. Light slipcovers were put over furniture to pro-, vent fading and provide summer comfort and wool blankets and coverlets were replaced by quilts. BARE FLOORS Many floors in the Sturbridge louses are left bare because, as Mrs. Neyland points out, 'not everyone could afford imported matting that was used in slimmer. For that matter not iveryone had carpet." Black pepper is sprinkled under some carpets that are left down in Towne House. Summer carpet removal was another big chore, but it got an assist from "Peterson's Ladies National Magazine" in which advised that "tin tacks should be carefully removed from carpets so they aren't torn," After rolling up, carpets should be beaten with a smooth stick, it was suggested. If old tea leaves were scattered over the floor the room could be swept more easily. Then boards were washed with wet flannel. A faded or greasy carpel could be perked up by applying a mixture of ox gall with wa- er" or by using "a little grated raw potato and water" as an early housecleaning routine. Straw mats also had to be cleaned -- with salt and water and dried with a coarse towel 'as moisture could rot them." As for fireplaces, chairs at ilurbridge are moved away Tom them to indicate that warmth is no longer needed. Chairs were put into the hallway of the General Salem Towne's house to suggest that such areas might have served as cool sitting rooms with doors open at each end. SUMMER CHARM To lend summer charm to fireplaces, early American women put asparagus ferns, branches or flowers in them after storing andirons in paper. Some people used handsome ircboards depicting pastoral or other scenes. "Closed fireplaces were suggested as good places for storing lard because of the coolness," Mrs. Nylander explained. After mending clothes in the early dawn washday, which was begun in the cool of the morning, was an exercise in strength that went from kettle- to - tub - to - pounding - to barrel - to - wringer to - kettle to be beaten with a broom stick and then to pail - to - tub or barrel - to - wringer . to wash- line or to be spread on grass. The lady of the house might [hen take on food preservation- storing apples, drying and pick- Starts 8:50 ROB6RTR6DFORD ond miflFflRflOUU ling vegetables, fruits and meats for winter use. Or sha might make cheese and butter as milk had to be used right away. Butter was salted and packed in stone or oak,, cheese would be covered with a paste of wheat flour and wrapped in cloth, eggs were put in a cool cellar, often packed with salt and lime. After that she might grind herbs to be used for home remedies, bake bread, weave or whatever. After sheep shearing in spring wool would be spun into yarn. When she wanted to relax she would paint theorems (on velvet) for home decoration. SMORGASBORD For LUNCH ALL THE PIZZA Now Mon. thru Fri. 11-2 AND SALAD YOU CAN EAT Also Mon., 5-8 p.m. All locations $145 1 Bring the Kids -- Only TOc Per Year of Age. 314 South School 2325 North College Highway 68 West, Springdale DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tulso, Channel 2 (Channel S «n cable in PayeHevillel KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fort Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tulsa, Channel 6 KOAM, Pittsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tulso, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in Fayettevllle) KOED-TV (ETV), Tulso, Chonnet 11 KODE, Joplin, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel T6 (Channel t on cable in Fayettevllle) O \AARNER CABLE of Fayettevilie 103 W. Mountain St. -- Phone 521-7730 \ Complete Home Entertainment Cable Service All Area Television and . . . FM Radio Time-Weather. Special Events Staifi OZARK HOME AND GARDEN CENTER · Shrubs · Seeds · Insecticides · House Plants · Landscaping Service 20 E. Township Rd. Vi Mile West Whit Chevrolet "We Give Your! Green Thumb A ' Helping Hand" - ' MOVIES ON TV Sunday Night 7:30 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 -- "Fireball Forward" (1972) Ben Gazzarra, Dana Bear, Eddie Albert 10:30 p.m. Ch. 2 -- "Under Capricorn" (1949) Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6 -- "The Bridges at Toko-Ri" (1954) Frederic March, William Holden, Grace Kelly 10:30 p.m. Ch. 8 - "Holiday for Lovers" (1959) Jdse Wyman, Jill St. John, Carol Lynley 10:30 p.m. Ch. 16 - "The War Wagon" (1967) John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, Howard Keel 17:00 p.m. Ch. 3 - "Advise and Consent" (1962) Henry Fonda, Charles Laughton, Don Murray Monday Night 8:00 p.m. Ch. 5-8-12 - "Hello Down There" (1969) Tony Randall, Janef Leigh, Jim Backus 10:30 p.m. Ch. 6-16 -- "Home Before Dark" (1958) Dan O'Herlihy, Rhonda Fleming, Efrem Zimbalisf. SUNDAY MORNING * 6:00 Party Line t Across the Fence 3 * 6:30 Across the Fence '. 6 Today's World 2 Sacrod Heart '3 * 6:45 Pastors Study 8 Davey and Goliath 3 * 7:00 Search 0 Outreach jj Music and the Spoken Word .. 2 Amazing Grace . . , 3 Voice of Victory 5 * 7:15 With This Ring , 12 * 7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 6 Voice of Victory .. 8 This is IhR Life " 2 Kid Power 12 Faith for Today 16 Thy Kingdom Come .' 3 5 * 7:45 -Hymns of Inspiration 7 * 8:00 Bailey's Comets 16 Religious Town Hall 2 James 3obinson , 7 Revival Fires "5 g Osmonds '12 Day of Discovery ... 3 if 8:30 Oral Roberts 5 6 Amazing Chan 'ifi Thy Kingdom Come God Squad . Billy James Hargii Herald of Truth 3 if 9:00 Evangelistic Temple ft Insight 12 Gospel of Christ ; is Let The Bible Speak 3 Herald Of Truth . 7 You 2 Rex Humbard 5 e * 9:30 Kathryn Kuhlnian s Vision On \Source 2 Marshall Efron's Sunday School 1G Day of Discovery . . . 7 Oral Roberts 3 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College . 411-8575 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Best And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpet Mills, Inc. SPRINGDALE, ARK. HIGHWAY 68 WEST 751-7981 BR'ER FRAN'S "For A Oood Time Tonight" NEW SUMMER HOURS: OPEN 7 P.M. to MIDNIGHT MON. thru SAT. ENTERTAINING WED. THRU SAT. Fayetteville's Own CATES GANG EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE 521-9303 GET OUT OF TOWN Drive out to Hickory creek R«. Arei ·nd dine sit ' THE BARN 264 Easl off Hwy. 71 Steaks and shrimp, homemade cinnamon rot Is, reJishes, and salads. Family style fish fry Friday, Bar BQ Ribs Saturday. Op«n 5-10 p.m. Sal. and Sun. 12 noon-10 p.m Closed Mon, and Tu^ com* c«e us at beautiful Beaver Lak*. 10:00 -Day of Discovery 5 r 6 Encounter ig Faith for Today g Ia]3 the Doctor 2 Flex Humbard 12 Jerry Falweii 3 Oral Roberts , 7 10:30 Bookshelf 6 Flour of Power 15 Jimmy Swaggart .' ,. 5 NFL Action '74 7 Dialogue 16 16 * 11:00 Webber's World 2 Church Service 3, 5 r 6 12, 16 Other People. Other Places'..., 7 * 11:30 Church Service g Meet The Press 2, 7 12:00 NBC News Special 3 Suspense Theatre 6 NBC News Presents 7 Baloonlng Over LBT Country .. 12 Evangel Temple 5 Ask An Attorney , 2 Plan For Action 8 Wrestling 7 SUNDAY AFTERNOON * 12:30 Pro Tennis 11 Big Valley 2 Issues and Answers 5, 8, 1' 1:00 Baseball Pregame Show 6, 16 1974 National Coaches Golf Tournament ., , 7 Championship Fishing 8 Meet The Press 5 Movie 12 1:15 -Baseball 6 16 ' 1:30 Meet The Press 3 Movie 2 5 CBS Tennis CFassic 6,'16 Parade of Champions ' if ^'OO SMS Panorama ;...,.... Movie Traveler , - 2:30 -- :ovie Film Fishin' Hole 12 CBS Sports Spectacular 6 16 if 2:45 Union Rescue Mission 5 if 3:00 Canadian Open Golf Championship 5, 8, if 3:30 - Hun For Your Life if 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular Big Valley KU7II Reports ., Book Beat Star Trek Face The Nation Music Place 5:00 Ozark Outdoors . Championship Fishing . CBS News Special ... Behind The Lines Jesse James Days . . . . Happy Jack and Helen News if 5:30 Sportsman News National Geographic Lawrence Welk .... SUNIMY EVENING * :H Wild Kingdom Oklahoma Forum Lassie Zoom * «:3I FBI World of Disnev Journey lo Japan .. Apple's Way , * 7:00 Evening at Pop* ..., * 7:30 Hec Ramsey Mannix Movie * 8:0fl Masterpiece Theatre * 8:30 60 Minutes ... * *:« Firing Line , * 9:38 Conversation With .. Dialogue '74 . . . . . . . . Reaver Lake Show Sanford and Son 2, Happy Dayjj Bobby Goldsboro if 10:00 News 2. 3, S, «, 7, Six Million Dollar Man Movie ;.... 2. Bobby Gofdsboro , Johnny Carson Championship Fishing if 11:00 Movie 2 r 6 7 1C 11 2 6 J6 3 5 6. 16 11 12 7 * .'.'." 3," S) 7 S 12 .... 3, 6 7 2 5 18 11 .. 2, 3, 5. 7 11 6 16 2, 3, 7 6, 16 5. 8. 12 11 S, 16 11 6 :. is 2, 3. 7 '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 12 7, 8. 12. IS m 5 ... Z * 8, 16 ' 3 7 12 Virginian ·k 11:30- Beaver Lake Show * 12:00 Sacred Heart Social Security if 12:15 Christopher Closeup ... if 1Z:30 -News MONDAY MORNING * 6:30 Farm-Ranch Keport .... * 6:35 * 6:40 if 6:50 Light of Life if 6:55 Moments of Meditation Harvest Time Tabernacl Project Death Valley Days .... Today * 7:ift Gentle Ben ,. . * «:M Cartoon Circus Se«time Street ... t- * 8:30 - * 9:00 Name That Tune It's Your Bet 9 A.M Jokers Wild Sesame Street Movie * »:3« Gambit To Tell The Truth * I8:M High Hollers Now You See Tt All My Children ........ * 10:H Leva CH Life Hollywood Squrej * 10:55 Coffee Break * I1:H Jackpot 12 5 2 5 2 12 5 2 e 8 a 5 E e 1$ . S, 3, 5, 1 12 8 6, 16 13 8 .. 2, 5, 7 12 6 16 3 1 6, 16 12 2, 3, S, 7 6. 16 12 8 12 6, IB . 2. 3. 5. 7 6 16 .. t ( ,7 Mike Douglas The Young and Restless ... 6, Password 8. * 11:1* Celebrity Sweepstakes 3, 5 Search for Tomorrow .... 6 Split Second s, * 11:55 News 3, 5 MONDAY AFTERNOON * 12:W News 2 6, 7, 12, Tabletalk All My Children * 12:15- if 12:30 Let's Make a Deal As The World Turns ... if 12*35 if 1:00 Days of Our Lives ... Guiding Light Newly wed Game ...... * 1:30 Doctors Girl In My Life Edge of .Vight if 2:00 -Price is Right General Hospital * 2:30 Today's Yoga Match Game How To Survive A Marriage One Life To Live if 3:0fl $10,000 Pyramid Taltletales Cartoons Some rset * 3:30 Name That Tune Joker's Wild Dick Van Dyke Petticoat Junction .... Maybcrry R.F.D * 4:M Winning Streak Flipper 2, ... S, 8. 6, t. 3, S «, 8. . 2, 3, t 8. .... 6, 6 2 3 * 5 '.'.'.'.'.' e. * V · 5 2. 3, 5. .'.'.'.'.'.'.' 5 FllBitlVe Gomer Pyle. USMC ". a I Dream of Jeannte 7 Merv Griffin bonanza * 4:30 · Eleclric Company Daniel Boone Beat The Clock V Lucy Show Beverly Hillbillies".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."" 7 *5:00- Sesame Street 11 Twilight Zone '" l« To Tell The Truth 3 News .. .'.....'... 5 a Andy Griffith ' s Truth'or Consequenceg ...... .. 7 * 5:30 Truth or Consequences » News , 2 3. 5, 6. 7, 12, 19 MONDAY EVENINft * MO Hodgepodge Lodge 11 News 2. 3. 5. «, 7 8, 12. II ^r 6:38 -Firehouse 5 Felony Squad 8 The Newsmakers ll Wild. Wild World of Animals .. 7 To Tell the Truth 2 Untamed World ; 3 Hogan's Heroes 16 Let's Make A Deal 12 * 7:09 Pro Tennis n Hookies 5, g. 12 Gunsmoke 6, 16 Baseball World of Joe Garaglola 2, 3 7 * 7:15 Baseball ,. 2 3. 5 7 * 8:00 Movie 5, S Here's Lticy ...... * »:M Medical Center 6 18 Dick Van Dyke 6 16 News' 2, 3, 5. 6. 7, 8, 12. 18 * 1»:U Perry Mason i Johnny Carson ..'. 3 3, 5 7 Movie ; 6, 16 Wild World Mystery 12 * 11:30- Wlde World Mystery S * 12:00 Tomorrow if 1:00 -Project Religious Town Hall 2, 3, 5. T

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