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JfarthwpHt Arkansas (Simts Tuesday, August 6, 1974 Â» 7 MiiKiiHiraiiiiiEirai^ Hints From Helotse-- How To Switch To Lower Light Bill Dear Heloisei I found I had plenty of'com- pany in my mistaken notion that it took a lot of .electricity to turn a light on or off. Our electric company says in their pamphlet that it costs virtually nothing. What a difference that has made. I thought when 'going from one room to the other I shouldn't waste electricity by turning off the light if I were coming right back. How often something comes MRS.- JAMES DOYLE OSBORN .. .teas Miss Darlene Copp before her marriage Saturday, July 27, at the Presbyterian Church in Walworth, N.Y. School Team Participates In Training A five member team from Fayetteville P u b l i c Schoo recently participated in ; training cycle at the U.S. Offic' of Education Region VII dru: abuse prevention center in Sai Antonio, Tex. Team member rom Fayetteville were Shirle 3urning,. teacher from Hama Junior High School, Rita Hare ;rave and Romey Thomason ;eachers from Woodland Junio High School, Joe Slaven. centra administration, a n d Mart Dewcese, teacher from Fayette ville Hfgh School. The training focuses on teai building and plan design wit emphasis in .decision makin skills, alternatives to dru abuse and meeting interper sonal needs as approaches t drug abuse prevention. During the nine : day sessioi a team plan was develope around strategies to be used i the classrooms. There will b a four-day follow session'late in the year for further trainin and plan development. Five school teams from A kansas were accepted for part cipation along with teams fro Oklahoma, Texas, Louisian and New Mexico. Other team from Arkansas were . fro Harrison, Monticello, Magnol and Pine Bluff. , and it is hours before I get ack to that room and find the jht still on. It's made me frugal and my st light bill was about half e old cost. D.W. Let's just hope they don't aise the price of electricity as luch as everything else has ine up. We gals are really going to ave to be "Mrs. Frugal" her- elf keep up with the rising cost living. Heloise Dear Heloise: When I'm preparing a recipi ver the stove, I use smal magnets to tack the recipe to lie hood of my exhaust fan. Since this is right over th ange. it brings the sheet up o my eye level. It also keeps the recipe sheet ;lean from any splatters.. Carolyn L. Linn GHOST JOHN Why is it that when you are ready on time the' bus or friend who's going to pick you up is ate. But if you are not ready hey are early? . Announcements Reservations for the Christian Women's Club Thursday noon luncheon at Springdalo. Country Club must be made with Lorene Maguire, 442-6710, or Becky Ginger, .521-8900, A nursery will be provided. Theme ot the show will be "Tots, Teens and Teachers," and models will appear in family groups and the tea chers in a group together. Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary will meet Monday Aug. 12, in the V.F.W. Hall City Administration BuiUhift Refreshments will be served at C p.m., and the business session l begin at 7 p.m. ' . A meeting of persons interested in planning a reunion for the Senior Class of 1964 ol Fay; etleville High School will bÂ« held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Arkansas Western Gas Hospitality Room. All graduates of th* class and other interested par^ sons are invited to attend, ^a Daily Calendar of Events | Tonight Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Â·*'; Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. ,t Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.iB t . Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. 01 Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7 :03 p.m. ''- NWA Hairrdessers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7:3p, p.m. Dear Heloise: We have a sewing group that we call the Stitch and Chatter 31ub. When we answer roll call t must be with a quote from one of your columns or books. If we could remember all the quotes we would know as much as you do. Mrs. Henry Duncan If you know as much Â· as I know, how much will you know? It wouldn't be. much more... Heloise Wedding Plans Told p.m. Fire Department Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 p.m.'. University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. ".i Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Mrs. Oleta Hunt of Morrow announces Ihe engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Shirley Evelyn, to Jerry Daane Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ray of Gustine, Calif. TKe wedding Is planned Cor Aug. 24, at 2 p.m., at Hale Mountain Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Dear Heloise: Have you ever ivonclered Dear Heloise: I have a long-haired dog (part collie), who loves the water. In the hot weather she really suffers from the heat. So I bought a children's swimming pool. It is set up ,in the yard and she is the only dog on the block with her own pool. Miss E. where the garden hose end is irhen it coiled or lying in the grass? Painting one end of the hose red for about a foot sure simplifies finding it. Alfred G. Wiggins Merely put the same number of bright red nail polish.dots on the back of the top seam of each pair. Not hard, no washable too. Bride; In Church Rites The Pr.esbyterian Church ol Walworth, N.Y., was the scene of the 2 o'clock afternoon wedding on Saturday, July 27. of Miss Darlene C o p p and James Doyle Osborn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Copp of Walworth and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Osborn of Winslow. Given in marriage by her father,'the bride wore a Fjrench organza : gown over taffeta accented with snowflake Venise lace over the empire bodice, mandarin collar and bishop sleeves. The flounced skirt fell from the waistline into a chapel-length train. Her veil of illusion was attached to a Juliet cap, and she carried a bouquet of daisies. ,. Miss Mary Stewart, maid of honor, and Miss Caty Copp, Â·bridesmaid, wore dresses of chiffon over taffeta. Lace and interwoven ribbon trimmed the shirred bodices,:and their bouquets were of white carnations lied with yellow streamers. Donald Copp of Marion, N.Y., was best man .and Newland Smith of Palmyra, N.Y., was usher. . A reception at the home 01 the bride's parents followed the ceremony. ' The bride attended Marion High School and was employed by 'Comstock Foods. The bridegroom, a graduate of Greenland High School, is attending the University of Arkansas where he is majoring ;in Business Administration. ' mini EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB EVANSVnXE Mrs. Nova Caswcll and Mrs. Geneva Neff were hostesses for the meeting last week in the clubrooms. Mrs. Eva Gay Gold- m a n , president, discussed eoming events of the year. Roll call was answered with "what we are thankful for," and Mrs. Helen Davis led devotions on love. The next meeting will be held at Ii30 p.m., .Sept. 6, at thÂ« olubrooms, Deviled Dip These pleasing appetizers are made with convenient, canned deviled ham for quick snacks and sandwiches. 2 4V4 oz. cans deviled ham 1 Cap sour cream 3 tbsp. spicy brown mustard 2 Tbsps. chopped parsley 1 Taps selery seed Combine all ingredients in a mixing bow! and blend well. Chill. Serve with crisp fresh vi- getablei or chips. Dear Heloise: I have a very easy way to match pairs of curtains of different lengths when washing. 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