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Family Get-Together At a .recent family gathering 1 at the home of Mrs. Fred Davis, Route 5, Fayetteville, seated, five generations were represented. Mrs. Davis is holding her great, great grandson, Michael Kendrlck, and standing; left-right, a r c Mrs. Donna Kendrlck of Fort Smith, Michael's mother, and her mother, Mrs. Anna Lea Porter, also of Fort Smith, and Mrs. Porter's mother, Mrs. Delia Roberts, Route 5, Fayetleville. Last Golf Event Is Planned SILOAM SPRINGS Mrs. Bee Caudell, tournament chairman for the Ladies Day Association at Dawn Hill Country 3lub, .revealed her plans at the Tuesday luncheon meeting of «he women golfers for the upcoming tournament to be held at the club Tuesday, October 1, when the 13 other clubs that make up t h e Northwest Arkansas Womens Golf Association, will send their golfers for a day of play. This Dawn Hill event will end the schedule for the 1974 for the women golfers. . · : The tournament will be an 18-hole event with a shotgun start at 9 a.m., following a coffee and donut hour. The entry fee and handicap of player must be in one week in advance of play. Following play, is to be a Happy Hour and then the Awards luncheon. Mrs. Caudell included every member of the group who will be here on the date for a committee and they are: R u l e s , Chris Morrow; Pariings, Berta Carl; Coffee and Donuts, Lorrayne Peterson, Charlotte Hale and Evelyn Brice; Registration, Lillian Wilcox, ' Irene Higgins, Irene Vernon; Prizes, Hollie Crockett, Val Battenburg, and Ferret Gean; Punch, Lorrayne Moss, Betty McCumber, Mary Lou Stoner and Ferret Gean; Name tags, Fran Stout and LaVonne Hayes; Decorations, Sue Ellen Coleman, Witt on a Jones and Mary Johnson Invitations are to be issued by the secretary, Louise Green. Mrs. Caudell a 6 k e d that members oE the Executive Board assist her in the tourney, and they are Mary Lou Sughru, president; Lillian Wilcoxs, second vice-president, Louise G r e e n , secretary, Winona Jones, treasurer, and Ferrel Saturday, August 10, 1974 f) 3 Waving In The Rain when her husband-was sworn In as the 38th President. An unidentified Secret Service holds the umbrella for Mrs. Ford. (AP Wirepholo) Mrs. Gerald Ford, wife of President Gerald Ford, waves as she met with newsmen outside her home in Alexandria Thursday. Mrs. Ford became the first lady Friday at noon mproved Diet Results In Double Chins By STEVE WILSON TOKYO (AP) Double Take Stock Of This Tip In Cleaning Aluminum Gean, who was president in 1973. The new manager at Dawn Hill came in during the meeting and assured the group, he would help in anyway possible to make this last tourney of the season a most successful! one. a.': Dear 'Heloise: :-.;-, Would-you please tell me how ;r to clean,my silver-type alumi- v "inum tumblers? '· ·· I have rubbed them with.soap ·" · pads until" my fingernails are gone, tried all kinds of alum- · ..:' inum cleaners and .the inside .·.·/, of the tumblers are still .,t;he "'. :biggest mess you've ever seen. ;-. Dear Walter: 'or this fall. Walter Merphy n case any of you college girls ivant to get busy and make one Heloise Dear Hcloisei This is my sister's hint for campers and picnikers. She takes a trash bag and fastens I borrowed six aluminum sil- · ver-lype tumblers from one ol . i- -my neighbors. Hers looked *. ...worse ; than the description you .:.-.,..gave me of yours. - ; I, too, tried soap pads and scouring powders. And I lost · not only a manicure but about three fingernails! , Here is my very simple an- '"swer to the problem: "'" I filled a very large Dear Heloise: Here's how to "dry out" your soap. Buy enough isoap for a -six months' supply. Unwrap it and put it in an open shoe box and place it in a warm; dry place such as on top of a water heater or furnace. Forget you have this supply for at least six months and you will be amazed how a bar of this soap will last and won't melt. When you start using your first supply, be sure to buy another supply for "drying." The longer you dry the soap it up near the table. We usually try for a t a b 1 e with a canopy so we just tie it onto one of the supports. Then at the end of the trip or picnic it's just unfastened and thrown away. Easy and neat for everyone. """aluminum pot with hot water. '"'.' .The pot got a cleaning at the "'.'.same time.) ':'-·:" I dumped two heaping table- ·'"" spoons of cream of tartar into ,...,the water after it started ;..", boiling.. . 'Then I put in the aluminum tumblers. (My neighbor's were ~ hammered on the outside and Every time I go to write a check I'm never sure of the date. I glued a small calendar on the inside of my checkbook and now the date is always handy. Addie Minder the better this works. EJK ''had a rough texture.) . I let these boil until the '·"aluminum turned clean and all the dark spots were gone. . - . . I kept the water at a rolling .-- boil all of the time.. It took about 30 minutes, but I imagine the length of time would depend on how much build-up you have on your aluminum tumblers. After this operation, I shined ; the tumblers with a thoroughly dampened soap-filled steel wool pad, going over them gently. I rinsed with hot water and .-dried them. (My neighbor now has the cleanest looking tumblers in town.) Heloise Dear Heloise: . Some weeks ago I picked some plums from a tree in our yard and was preparing to make some prune butter. 1 had cut the plums in half and was getting ready to put them through the food chopper after the pits were removed. At this point I was interrupted and it was several days before I got back to them. I had put them in the freezer : to keep so when I got b a c k .to making prune butter, I just put them through the food chopper in their frozen state. I was surprised and very pleased to see how nicely they ground up and I had no problem with juice running all over the place. From now on I will freeze before grinding. Mrs. Harry Bue Dear Heloise: One hot day I was wondering if mailmen carried their own drinking water. When I asked our mailman, he said that he waited until he g o t to a j station to get a drink of water. So I decided to see to it that he had a nice cool drink of water when he delivered our mail. . About a half hour before 1 expect the mailman, I put a large glass of water out on the porch with several ice cubes in it. Now he comes up to the porch to drink his water in the shade, even if he has no mail for us. He has expressed how much he appreciates t h i s , and once a substitute mailman left me a note thanking me for the water. I feel this is just one way we can practice the ."golden rule," and it gives me salis- 'aclion to know I am making the day nicer for someone else. Dorothy Burr Jaycees Will Meet Young leaders and their wives from across Arkansas will meet in Fayetteville next week for the Arkansas Jaycee August Board meeting sponsored by the Fayetteville Jaycees, which will open Friday Aug. 16, with re- Kouplers Klub Introduces New Members Kouplers Klub held-its August dance at the Uark Bowl with the Minute Men providing music for dancing. In keeping with the Hawaiian Luau theme, members, and guests were attired in Hawaiian dress and danced under: fresh pineapples which were suspended from the ceiling to t h e floor. Host Committee members were .Ron and Alice Talbert, Russell and Lona Benedict, John and Karol Hale, Bob-and Maria Terasa Frans and Lamar and Donna Pettus. Ronnie Woodruff, president, w e l c o m e d two new member couples, R o n a l d and Lynette Buescher and Paul and Maxine LeBlanc. Guests for the evening were Wayne and Rita Johnson, Ken McRee and Barbara Starr. John and Tammy Gilmore, Jim and Linda Cole, Bob and Marcia Harriell. Charles and Sandy Boyd, Chip and Mars' Wright, King and Marbea Evers and Doyne and Carol Davis. chins, bul'ging stomachs and more heart trouble seem to be some of the results of prosperity for .the Japanese these days as they cat more and exercise less. The improved diet makes the average Japanese taller. Women's legs are getting better- looking due to a higher protein 'diet and modern homes with chairs, which means they spend less time squatting and otherwise contorting their legs. But various authorities say the increasing amount of sweet and fatty foods eaten by the Japanese makes it harder for ypurfg girls to look good in a bikini or fit into the hew fashions emphasizing the waist. A growing number of men have stomachs hanging over their belts, in part because they have given up the nation's traditional lean diet of vegetables, fish and rice. Like many Westerners, the Japanese are trying to learn inches tall, also a gain of nearly 4 inches in GO years. The average American..male is now about 5 feet.10, inches, according to Japanese sources. The weight of the average 20- year-old male has jumped nine pounds in 18 years, from just over 121 pounds in 1951 to about 130 pounds in 1969, according to the latest official figures. The new .diet and easier .way of living for the Japanese are not only changing their shape, but are also changing the type of diseases from which they suffer the most, according to Dr. Ypshiko Kagasva of Tokyo's Women's College of-Nutrition. She is a biochemist, medical doctor and a leading dietician and expert on food and health. "I don't think any other na:ion could change its. eating labits so radically and com; )letely as this nation," said T)r. Sagawa. "I'm worried about the future and I keep warning people. But they keep on eating what they like," Mr. a n d Mrs. Charles W. Nokes of Silnam Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Catherine, to Richard Charles Sal- diyar, son-of. Airland ;Mrs. Richard Snldivar..of;; Houston, Tex. The bride-elect received her B.S. degree in H o m e Economics at the University of Arkansas where her fiance is a student. All friends a n d relatives are invited to attend the wedding a(.4:3tl p.m. Sept. l"al' Nlebilerhiis" Community Church in Silo am Springs. Announcements Fayelteville Business and Professional Women's Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Wyatt's Cafeteria. Mrs. Othelia Paul, district director, will be in charge of the program. how to adapt to their hew life where there seems to be an ice cram or cake shop on ever' corner and physical exertion of ten is unneeded. So far it has not become a major issue. But there are a growing number of books on losing weight and various ex ercise clubs have sprung up. AMERICANIZED LIFE "Today life is Americanized. Walking and washing clothes by hand are out . . . so we are getting fatter and richer said Shizuo Wada, head of a major reducing salon near Tokyo's Shibuya station. "When we were poor we couldn't get m u c h , t o eat, but now there is milk and bread for breakfast and meat for dinner," Wada said. The Japanese are getting bigger over-all. But it seems that women's waists are 'growing particularly fast and removing many of their attractive natural curves, said Choichiro Tamagawa, h e a d of the research section of Wacoal, Japan's biggest lingerie maker. "I've got a sense of beauty, so I'd like to see Japanese women becoming more beautiful..but I'm very sorry that their bodies are becoming more like a tube." he said. She said the changes in the total number of calories -consumed are not as.critical as the fact that the amount of fat eaten is soaring.. .. The method of measuring sugar consumption has changed durinfg the years and a strict comparison : is not possible. But "one thing is certain that in 13 years the amount of candy eaten has gone up 100 per cent," she said. The increase in sweets and fats has not been matched by a growth in the eating of beans, fish, rice and wheat, all foods which are generally considered to be fairly healthful. CHANGING DIET Dr. Kagawa said this changing diet has been responsible, in part, for the sharp decline in tuberculosis, and pneumonia which were the No. 1 and No. 3 killers, respectively, in the immediate postwar years. Strokes are now the biggest riller with the incidence rising between .1949 and 1973 from-122 to 169 per 1.00,000 persons. Cancer is now No. 2 with the in- Adult Center Program Set Programs for the week of Aug. 12-16 are announced for the Community Adult Center at Hillcrest T o w e r s . : ' " ; ' . . Carl Swanson will direcl square dancing-. Monday and Clyde Timbrook'will- b'e caller The Rev. Charles 'Chamberlin will talk about. "summer fun of days gone, by" following the pqtluck dinner at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. ' Marjorie McReynoIds will tell of myths and the history of flowers on Friday. All residents, 50 years of age or older are invited to attend t h e p r o g r a m s a t t h e Center. ... Further.... information may be obtained by'calling 4433512.- ,-·! .,,, ,,,,ir -v · Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tincher of Fayetteville announce t h e forthcoming marriage of their daughter Wanda Sue to Garry Wayne Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meyers of Faruiinglon. The wedding will be an event of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, Saturday, Aug. 17, at the First Assembly of God Church in Fayette- villc. Improve Stew Flavor To improve^ the flavor ;of stew, cut the meat into inch-size cubes. Roll these cubes in flour and brown in fat before any. water or other liquid is added. Add To Pastry The next timie you make a meat pic, add three-fourths of a teaspoon of celery seed to the p sa t r y recipe, using l'/i cups of flour. EVEREST i ( J E N N I N G S WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS* SALES ..,.- Fayeltevllle Dru« E. Side Square 4«-73S Tasty Fruit Slaw For a fruit slaw, combine two diced fresh pears, two cups shredded cabbage, one small can drained crushed pineapple, and one-fourth cup chopped walnuts. Moisten with mayon- TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiders, etc. COMMERCIAL ft. RESIDENTIAL.' 442-7298 Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exclusive - August 11 gistration and continue Dear Heloise: I used to work in a restaurant where they did the dishes by hand, and I noticed that the detergent had a large amount of lemon added. Now when I wash dishes, I use a good dishwashing liquid add about a teaspoonful of lemon juice to the wash water, and rinse with very hot water. It cleans off the grease and the water rolls off leaving the dishes and glasses shining and vithout spots and there is less drying time needed. Dear Heloise: We have a honey of an idea and we thought we'd share it .with all the rest of the college gals. Like all students, sometimes our homework keeps us busy as bees and we have no time for social calls. However, we hate to turn away bur drop- in guests from the dorm (es- · pecially those adorable boys!). So we embroidered a piece of muslin with hearts, flowers, . and "Sorry, We're Studying" in .old-fashioned lettering. We just hang it. outside' our door on those heavy study days. Really keeps those visits under control. Anne Jackson . Mary Balow , . Barbara Rowland Thought I'd *har« this now Dear Heloise: Judging by the number of costly melons !n the market I suppose others, like me, have bee nstung getting a melon that s, shall we say, a lemon. Eating the melon as a melon, when it is tasteless, is very little pleasure, but it is still food and should not be wasted. When I find that I have a poor melon, I cut it in small pieces, like vegetable, and put it into a salad. A good salad through Sunday. Local chairman for the iooard meeting is Nelson Johnson. Business sessions will be held at the Pomfret Housing Complex and the program will feature quarterly competition for Jaycees, executive committee m e e t i n g s , local presidents meetings and seminars. Seminar topics include crime a n d corrections, Multiple Sclerosis Roadblock, Jaycee constitutional amendment, and a n individual development seminiar. Awards for quarterly competition will be presented by the state Jaycee president, Bunny Adcock, at the banquet Saturday evening to be held at the Arkansas Union. Guest speakers for the board meeting include David Hale, newly elected president for the United States Jaycees, and Ron Adams, president of the Louisiana Jaycees. cidence up from 73 per 100,000 in 1949 to 118 last year, the doctor said. And all kinds of heart disease claimed 81 victims per 100,000 last year, up from 64 in 1949. dressing can make palatable. quite Thrifty Bachelor Household Hint Clean a floor mop by washing it thoroughly and then soaking it in a solution of three-fourths cup bleach for one gallon of water. Rinse the mop and dry in on a clothesline. You may also soak the mop in a pail of ammonia water. But never use a combination of bleach and ammonia. Do You Need a Detective Ph. 442-6191 CXPIHT WATCH HEPAIH S W I F T S The Slimmer Mime Workshop ill present Mime Films of -tienne Decroux at 8 o'clock onight in the Arkansas Union heater. Admission is free. Mrs. Bob Patrick and Mrs. ack Wood will speak at the uesday evening meeting of lorthside Rotary Club on the urchase of a thermography naehine for Washington and enton Counties. Meeting time 3 6:15 p.m. at Wyatt's Cafe- eria. Recently inducted niem- ers are Ed Cash, Rip Lindsey, Jrucse Armstrong and F. L. Ro- rertson. School Census Down LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A iennial state school census for he state Department of Educa- ion shows that Arkansas has 53,115 potential .students, or jersons aged 6 through 17. Of that number, 105,680 are slack. This figure represents a decrease from the 1372 census of !,575 students and apparently ·eflects the falling birth rate. Most of the decline was among slacks, whose number dropped from 109,501 two years ago to 105,680 this year. The number of whites increased from 346,189 two years ago to 347,435 this year. SV 4 % S 3 /4% 6Vi% 6 3 /4% 7Vi% \ We have a savings program 1 and interest rate to meet 1 TOUT needs. I Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue "In the past Japanese women were shapely, but now because 5f food and fashion women's bodies are becoming shapeless." Wacoal's s t u d i e s of 10,000 women from 18 to 35 years old shows that from 1961 to 1974 their average waist grew 7 per cent to nearly 26 inches, while their busts grew only 2 per cent to 32% inches and hips remained nearly constant at about 35 inches. AVERAGE WOMAN The average 20-year old Japanese woman now is about 5 feet 3 inches tall, an increase of nearly 4 inches In about 60 years, according to official government figures. The average man of 20 is about 5 feet 7 Coffee Hoflbii Mrs. Smith Mrs. M. C. Kik entertained a few neighbors and friends recently with a coffee at "her home honoring Mrs. Larry Smith of Memphis, Tenn., the former Miss Frankie Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Davidson of Fayetteville. Mrs. Smith was here for two weeks with her children, Maurice and Melanie, while her husband was doing special work at the University of Virginia at Charloltesville. Mrs. Davidson presided at the coffee table. !llllll[|||[!l!llinDII!ll!ni!IIII!lllll»!ll!ll!lllil!!ia!ini!1iniM Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls Square Dance Club, Asbeil School Cafe- torium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters b ettctnald ttotm U9 530 N. Co;iec« M3-223 For Your Prescription Needs SeeUf QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4244 City Parking Lot la Rear Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. dHmniEimiHiiiiiimMU CooVbook PullouU A Complete Me nu For Outdoor Living How Well Da You Know the Dvk Worid of lrT«miT Sen. Lloyd Bcjiteem An 1/nknoM n" Texan EyrstheWhtlrHouW ·~i HughO'Brian: '·'··'· How a Week in Deepest Africa Changed My Life Forever "Since I met Dr. Schweitzer I have become mart atvareofthesoul,oftheforcecaUedGod,ofa life-giving energy. It is hard to describe, but religion means more to me now than before." ' : What happens when a Hollywood star leaves his posh surroundings and paddles in H5 degree heat upriver in Africa looking for Dr. Albert Schweitzer? Plenty. This week Hugh O'Brian. tells what prompted him to take such a trip, what happened when he got there and how the trip has changed his life. The experience left little untouched in O'Brian's life, including his attitude toward marriage, his own career and his uselof time. ' ; ; in your copy of the :: " J^orfttoesit grfmnsag

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