Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 30, 1974 · Page 3
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July 30, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Officers Assume Duties Newly elected officers nf t h e Business and Professional Women's CluY assumed office recently. They are Mrs. Lorene Raymond, president, seated, and standing, I r o m left, Mrs. Carol McLemore, second vice president; Dr. Dorothy Larery, first v i c e president and Mrs; Ann Sitton, corresponding secretary. Officers not pictured are Miss Betty Wallace, recording secretary and Mrs. Elizabeth IM- per, treasurer. (TIMESpholo hy Ken Good) EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB MEETING SCHEDULE Extension Homemaker Clubs in Washington County will meet according to the following sche- · dule from Aug. 1-14: Thursday: Friendly Neighbors, First National Bank, Springdale, 1:30 p.m. Aug. 6: Middle Fork Valley, Mrs. Ernest Boaz, 7 p.m. Aug. 8: Sonora, Mrs., Bob Masters, 11:30 a.m. Aug. 13: Cane Hill, Mrs. Cacy · Delap, 1:30 p.m.; White Rock, Mrs. Ellis Pool, 10:30 a.m. " Aug .14: Combs Chapel, Walker Park, 10 a.m.; Elkins, Mrs. -Clyde Slokcnbury. 1:30 p.m.; Fishhack, community building 1:30 p.m.; Meadow Valley. · Ozarks Electric, 11 a.m. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week CARRY-COOL PORTABLE ! AIR CONDITIONER · 4,000 BTU cooling capacity I Weighs only 43 Ibs. --has built-in carrying handle for easy portability I Tilt-away reusable air filter · Use it at home during iha week--take it traveling on the weekend i Easily fits into most 22'/S"x36" windows 99 95 GOODYEAR p Service Stores' A IM N. East · FayetleviHe ft Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 3 Saturday 8:00-4:00 Women May Learn Of Changing Role The opportunity for commun- y women -r- who may or may it be satisfied with their pre- nt role -- to learn more about e changing roles of women our society will foe offered rough continuing education nirses at the University of Ar- msas. Women's Rights, the 1 a w, on-traditional careers .religion, ililics, rape, and others will e topics of group discussions, leakers, films and readings in course titled "Womens hanging Roles." Women and Literature will so be taught in the continuing ducation program which will eat with the role of women both writers and characters in literature. The courses, to start in Sep tember, will meet one night week and persons, both me and women, desiring more formation or with ideas fc these and other women's sti dies should contact .Mary Coc ran, women's programs ad' sor, at 575-5001. ·XPERT WATCH REPAIR sWfr"s *\yf J««»l». Wrick «. Beef-Turkey In Abundant Supply Beef and turkey supplies will ntinue abundant in Arkansas od stores through August, ys the U.S. Department of griculture (USDA). In addition, food shoppers will nd plums, nectarines and dry plit peas in generous supply uring the month, reports the uth\vest regional information 'fice of USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service. National beef production is cpected to exceed both the ear-ago level and the 1970-72 v e r a g e for the month. .Ithougli fed cattle prices have rengthened from the severely epressed levels of early June, "ficials said they remain below reak-even levels for mosl attle producers. Retail beef prices have been tcadily declining and currently re sharply below the peak rices found at southwestern tores last February. Turkey supplies are expected t record levels during August lew-crop marketings are likely ) be five to six per cent more a year ago and the 1971-71 verage for the month. Cok torage holdings are at recorc evels, expected at nearly 305 lillion pounds Aug. 1 which is bout 50 per cent more than le average of the last three ears on that dale. · California's plum crop, at a ecord 130,000 tons, is up si: er cent from the previou. ecord large crop of 123,000 ton et in 1970. Picking of mid-sea on varieties is in full swing ^he nectarine crop, at 100,00 ons is 15 per cent larger tha: ast year's record yield. An Agricultural Marketin. S e r v i c e said that if nor mal yields ensue, productio if dry peas should nearl double that of last year. Acre age for harvest, to be complete 'n August, is 60 per cent abov ast year and 38'per cent abov the most recent three-yea average. The pressure of th Huntington Saves Town Fire Truck * HUNTINGTON, Ark. (AP) -- tlayor Russel Sisco of Hunt- ngton said Monday that he had een notified by the Offices of Economic Opportunity officials hat they were withdrawing all laims to a controversial $295 ire truck and were sending the itle to Huntington. The city bought the truck as iurplus property and has since spent about $3,000 to get the vehicle in operating condition. OEO officials then said the ruck would have to be sent to an air base at Montrose, Colo., Bacon In Dip Cut bacon slices in half an wrap each half around a canne vater chestnut. Secure wit toothpicks. Broil turning one until bacon is crisp. Serve wit chutney sauce as a dip. \pected large crop has already ·t off a sharp down trend in holesale prices for dry peas, officials said. Dry peas are rocessed into split dry peas. and the agency ruck returned. wanted the Writers-Artists Elect Otiicers John Brown University Campus in Siloam Springs was the scene for the 39lh year of the Ozark Writers and Artists Guild awards' luncheon, election ol officers and mini conference sessions. The juried art show was judged by Doris Brooklmrt Troy Anderson and Susan Morrison, artists and teachers. Officers elected are Troy Anderson of Siloam Springs president; Mrs. Melvin Smith of Siloam Springs, vice presi dent; and Mrs. Mary Naylo Siloam Springs, secretary-trea urer. Mrs. Ruth Leveck, presiden of Poet's Roundtable of Arkan sas, addressed the group telling of the National Federa tion of State Poetry Societie meeting at Carlisle, Pa., June. Mrs. Anna Nash Yar brough of Benton, president o the Arkansas Writer's Confer ence, was introduced. Mrs. Smith, chairman an 1974 director, made the awards Memorial awards were mad honoring the late Rosa Zagnon Marioni, the late Edsel For and the late Fred Starr. B popular vote, Iris O'Neal Bowe of Little .Rock received th City officials said they would not give up the fire truck and ordered the town marshal to arrest anyone attempting to take it. Sisco said Monday that he didn't know why OEO officials changed their minds, but "the thing relieves me, be- if we didn't have that whole cause truck we'd have to go back to the bucket brigade." Huntington, a community of 628 residents, is located in Sebastian County. Personals minimum Marinoni Award, Lois Snellin of Rogers the Ford award an Maggie Aid ridge Smith . r Siloam Springs the Starr aware Planning for another yea the group voted to meet on Jul 18, 1975 at Mabee Center. Job B r o w n University, Siloar Springs and plan enlargemen in the categories in both writin and art. SJcrthiwut Arkansas Simca WOMEN Tuesday, July 30, 1974 · 3 [BlfflBi Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6 : 15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church,, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-way rsalo t ettOraalct itmx 1» 53} N. Colleee 443-ZS2 For Your Preicrlplion Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 442-4246 City Parking Loi In Re»r Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Asociation, Country Club, 8 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Joe Michael Fitzhugh of Fort Smith, formerly of Fayetteville, son -of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fitzhugh, is attending the Attorney General Advocacy Institute's two-week seminar being held for Assistant U.S. District Attorneys at Georgetown University Law School in Washington, D.C. SUMMER SALE BILLYH'S MATERNITY SHOP, Inc. "EVERYTHING FOR THE EXPECTANT MOTHER" SALE Vi OFF SALE You Sch 502 W. Emma Springdale Ph. 751-1474 Sleeveless dress with rounded neckline in solid navy, 100% acrylic. The skirt has wide front pleats with red contrast stitching on edges. The jacket has solid color navy sleeves and collar with plaid body. Sizes 7-12. $20.98 I Children's Dept. Second Floor Strike a note for the hearty robust look of Country English. Open Monday and Thursday til 8:30 Summer Night "Miss Eline" and you can be together in this long summer gown. Polyester and cotton blends in summer shades. Eyelet ruffled shoulders. Sizes S-M-L. $10.00 Lingerie Dept. Street Floor OPEN MON. THURS. NITES TILL 8:30

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