Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1974 · Page 7
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 7, 1974
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Jfartbuwat Arkansas : 0r MEN Wednesday, August 7, 1974 · 7 4-H Club Names New Officers M e m b e r s of Washington County 4-H Dog Project Club elected the following officers at a meeting Saturday, Vicki Blevens, president; Greg Oxford, vice president; Donna Simco. corresponding secretary; and Jennifer Jordon, treasurer. The adult leader is Cheryl McDonald of Farmington. The group was informed about the list of dog breeders that are willing to donate pure bred dogs to 4-Ters who will train them for dog shows. Donna Simco has received a miniature Dachshund from Patti James for this purpose, and 13 members are currently nvolved in a ten-week obect- ence training course. Meetings are held at 1 p.m. each Saturday at Washington County Fairgrounds. Marshall DeHaven licensed AKC Obedience Judge is conducting the classes. Keep Mineral Oil Keep a bottle of mineral oi in your kitchen. Use it-to coa black iron' skillets that yoi don't use every day. It alsi makes a good coating for tea: trays. Mineral oil is less sticks than the salad oil usually ^usa for coating black iron utensil to keep them from rusting. institute Slated For Cosmetologists Two widely known experts on| The Cosmetology Institute is niniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiinniiii EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS i CLUB osmelology will be guest speakers at tlie llth annual Univer- ity of Arkansas Institute Tor Continuing Education In Cosmetology, to be held Aug. 11-14 at the Sam Peck Hotel in Little Rock. They are Max Matteson .of Irand Rapids, Mich., and Michael Nealeigh of Redding, "if. The Institute is sponsored tlie 'University Division of cooperation with the Arkansas Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association. Matteson. who owns the Uni- evsity of Cosmetology at Jrand' Rapids, has presented numerous demonstrations and lectures in hair styling, makeup, wiggery and educational m e t h o d s i n cosmetology throughout the United States. Nealeigh is director of education for JHIRMACK, a cosmetology, supply company. He has won numerous honors from the National Hairdressers anc Cosmetologists Association a'nc is involved now in research ir the areas of nutrition and cos melichology ,and particularly if interested in research into nucleic acids. intended to help hairdressers and cosmetologists meet the requirements of Arkansas law for an additional 40 h o u r s of training each two years. Certificates will he presented to those completing the Insti- ute, according to Dr. Guy Nelson, head of the Department it Conferences and Institutes of he Division of Continuing Education. Further information on registration and fees may be obtained from Dr. Nelson, Divi sion of Continuing Education, Jniversity of Arkansas, Fay etteville, Ark. 72701. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hanshe\ of Springdale, a daughter, Aug 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirklam of Springdale, a daughter ,Aug Mr. and Mrs. James Mc( lock of Springdale, a son, Aug 1. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sainat of Fayetteviile. a son, Aug. 1. MOUNT COMFORT Seventeen members and a ;uest attended the cooperative uncheon at the home of Mrs. Catherine Hatfield with Mrs. ewel Thomas co-hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs. dae Weir and Mrs. Hatfield read an article ' on "Let's ihare." Roll call was answered vith ideas for the Fair booth Mrs. Esther Porter reported on flaking purses and Mrs. Bcaty on patchwork Seminole Indian work. The program was given by Mrs. Helen Smith on loo care. The September meeting wil ; held at the community building on Sept. 5. Preparing iced Tea Preparing iced tea? You ca give it delightful f 1 a v o if you have some fresh min on hand. Add mint sprigs t the loose tea or teabags' whe you are steeping the tea. A Lovelier You Warm sveather should not find our hairdo wilted, your body 'et with perspiration, and your emper raging. Although the eat may be inescapable on a iw scorching days, most of our summer should be coo) nd comfortable. This is not to say that summer will no longer be a hot eason; it simply means that ummer will not be too hot to inndle. Cool-headed women who boasl a fresh-as-spring appearance Have learned the secrets of landling summer heat. They begin their day with a luke- varm bath or shower. They ·cnow .thai tepid water drains away internal heat. They wash vith an effective deodorant soap and coal their skin will' a'cool, silky lotion after towe: drying. Smakr.t women'use a spray-on ahti-perspiranl and an oral an ;iseptic to sweeten the breath They wear gel or liquid makeui :hat is''translucent' and look natural on the skin. They dus the insides of their shoes with a foot powder and sprinkle thei bodies with a light, refreshing fragrance. Because lank locks do no offer a cool · appearance summer beauties wear thci hair sleeked into a flatlerin slyle. Investigation Clears Pine Bluff Palrolmen h«J Bluff PINE BLUFF, Ark. polico investigation cleared two white Pine patrolmen of any' wrongdolng;in he shooting death of a 16-yeifri ild black youth here, a policy pokesman said Tuesday. ' ~^ Elijah Edward Brock w^t shot July 29 by patrolmen Jiltif my Massey and David Harpftr vhile the officers were respond-* ng to a burglary at a servips station. 'y£ f The officers said they s«i* 3rock emerge from the build, ng and flee on foot. They si'ia; ic failed to heed orders to hajt and disregarded' two warning shots. . Ltc Wedding Planned ; SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP -- Faye Dunaway, star of toe current hit movie "ChinatowH,". and songwriter-composer Peter Wolf have applied for a rt\ar- riage license. ;, · Miss Dunaway, 37, and her 28-year-old fiance, whose given name is Peter Blankfield, appeared in Santa Monica Superior Court late Monday to apply for the license. No date waslset for the wedding. , .; It will be the first marriage for both Miss Dunaway and Wolf. ··* Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sise- rnore will observe their Golden Wedding Anniversary at their home on Highway 74 near Huntsville on Sunday, Aug. 11, from I p.m. to 5 p.m. They were married at B a l l Creek on Aug. 11, 1924 by the Rev. S. P. Ednes. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the open house. Zeta Alums Meet To Hear Reports Members of Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae met Saturday morning at the home of Mrs. Mitchell -Singleton on Clark Street for a summer session and coffee. Refreshments were served informally from a table centered with yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Joe Fred Starr, vice president of the House Corpora tion Board, presided over the business session, which was also the annual meeting of the board itself, as well as an overall alumnae meeting. Other members of the house board present were Mrs. Fred Hanna Sr., president, Mrs. George Sinikins, treasurer, and Mrs Morriss Henry,.secretary. M e m b e r s present heard reports from the board, including an announcement that Mrs. Janet Decker has recently been selected as new house director for Epsilon Chapter, and her arrival will be official after Aug. 15. A report on the Zeta Tau Alpha National Convention recently held in Virginia Beach Va., was given by Mrs. Joe Segers and Mrs. Simkins, who were official delegates from the Alumnae Chapter. It was reported that Epsilon Chaplci received one of the highes awards given at the convention the Merit Award, for overal excellence. The convention, hel only every other year, will fa- held in 1976 at the Fairmqn Hotel in New Orleans, ac cording to Mrs. Segers. Mrs. Joe Kretchmar, newl elected president of Fayettevill Alumnae, announced other ne\ officers for the coming year a follows, Mrs. Jack Bailey, vie president; Mrs. Bill Whitfield secretary; Mrs. Grover Harri; treasurer; and Mrs. Allen Rej nolds and Mrs. Homer Crow Panhellenic representatives. Chapter advisors for tb Rodeo To Russia OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -Rodeo superstar Larry Maha is trying to take the rough-an tumble cowboy sport to Russi "Not for the sake of makin money, but it would be good fi the rodeo and good for th country*' to stage the first r '. deo in the USSR. Mahan told berg, said in Beverly Hills tha news conference Tuesday. Mahan's attorney, Ted Stei: he is drafting a formal letter Soviet Ambassador Anatoly P Dobrynin in Washington propo ing a rodeo tour in Russia. iming year are Mrs. Segers nd Mrs. John Williams, eneral advisors; Mrs. David ulton, pledge advisor; Mrs. ngleton, financial advisor; rs. Jim Bob Wheeler, scholar- lip advisor; Mrs. Don Hunni- utt, social advisor; and Mrs. ohn Eichler, standards advi- or. Plans were discussed for fall nd winter activities which ten- atively include a coffee onoring Mrs. Decker, a pledge inner for new pledges of Epsi- on Chapter, a fall luncheon and tyle show for members .of; the [other's Club, actives · and ledges of Epsilon Chapter, and lumnae members, a Christmas arty at the chapter house and dinner honoring graduating eniors during the spring e m e s t e r . Chairmen and ommittees of these events will ic announced at a later date. Introduced as a special-guest nd new alumnae member was Irs. Bill Harrison. Wyman Club Meets Wyman Community Club h a d a.potluck supper Saturday night at the club house. Mr. and Mrs. 'oe Dearing were hosts. The birthday of Kenneth 'lark was observed and the anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foust. Bob McCoy presided over a short business meeting and hanked those who had mowed the lawn. The next meeting will be the irst Saturday in September with Mr. and Mrs. Foust as losts. Making Crepes When you are making crepes and need to use two tablespoons of batter for each you'll f i n d a standard coffee measure with a long handle is a helpful gadget for measuring out the correct amount into the small skillet or crepe pan. OVERWEIGHT Reduce water build-up--safe and fast with Wasser Tabs (wafer-tabs) available at Consumers Pharmacy Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Shrine Circus, Parsons Stadium, Springdale, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-M? radio headquarter* I* riednwlcs «lflo* 192* S!K N. Colltee 4»2Z3 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 2SE. Center -- 441424* City Parking Lot In Heir OPEN DAUY 9-10; SUNDAY ClOSEO WED., THURS., FBI., SAT. Thursday Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. Mother's Morning Out .University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. to noon Rotar y Club, Holiday. Inn, 12:05 noon Basic Beef Production Class, Agriculrue Building, Fayette- viile High School, 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers,. Goff Building, 1 p.m. Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. limBDimn^^ I EMBROIDERED NYLON T-SHIRTS Made for motion! Nylon knits with floral and love-bird embroideries. Others with square neck, shawl collar Vibrant colors. POLYESTER SLACKS LINEUP Polyester patterns and solids to fin a fashion order. With stitched creases, flare legs, easy-care good looks, neat fit Misses'sizes. Outstanding Shirt TURTLENECK JERSEY Values for Men Cardigan Sweaters 044 Our Reg. 3.97 4 Days Reg. 9.96 4 Days Only Popular jersey of 100% acrylic sports a turtleneck, long sleeves. Solid colors. Mens long sleeve cardigan sweaters of 100% virgin acrylic. Sizes S-Xlr. Assorted colors. 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