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August 14, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Weible-Stutts Kit Interest Extends To Flags Vows Exchanged .. ... 0 .....-.....- 0 .- . - .· tern. The contents Include 30 pre-cut weaving tablets,shuttle and 17 balls of cotton yarn in various colors. In a double ring ceremony on Friday, July 26, at Springdale Missionary Baptist Church. Miss Linda Diane S t u t t s became the bride of Robert Lee Weible. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Stutta and Mr: and Mrs. .Ted Wefale, all of Springdale. Elder Ronnie Bradshaw was the officiating ' minister and music was provided by Frankie Gary George, organist, a n d Trcmbley, soloist, who sang ' ' M o r e , 1 1 "Because" We've Only Just Begun." Baskets of pink roses, white gladioli, pink and white carnations and baby's breath and a bridal arch decorated the church. Given in marriaige by hei father, the bride \\rne a gowi of white satin \yith a sil! organza bodice trimmed witl Venise lace. The -bishop sleeve were also trimmed and the skirt fell with lac from th waistline into a chapel train Her veil of illusion was at Lached to a Juliet cap an formed a long train. Sh carried a bouquet of pink roses pink and white carnations an orchids. Walter and Ten Dossel were trainbearers. Miss Brenda Stutts, sister c i.e bride, was maid of honor, nd Mrs. Irene" posset, the ridegroom's sister^ and Mrs 'ebbie King were bridesmaids They wore floor-length gowns f pink crepe with oink am vhite lace over the bodice anc leeves. Jenny Dossttt was lower girl. Earl Dossett served his tiro- her-in-law as c oest man, and ushers were Ron Sykes and Bonnie McClure. Mark Dossett vas ringbearer, and Mike Slutts and Jim McKenzie lighted the candles, The. bride's By VIVIAN BROWN | AP NewsfcHlurcs Writer Patriotism has hit the kit market and one of the newest do-it-yourself items is a Betsy Ross Flog Kit. As the kit interest exands. people are making throw rugs, wall art, glassware, baskets and countless oilier things. In fact you can build a model of the house of your dreams by using a kit with miniaturized modules that permits you to plan any kind of dwelling -weekend house in the country mother wore a oiig dress of pink crepe with a floral overlay of organdy. The jridegroom's mother wore a 'loor-length dress of floral knit. The church fellowship h a l l was the scene of the reception. The bride's table was covered with a pink and white lace cloth. Crystal candelabra, daisies, pink and white carnations, pink roses and pink and white wedding bells decorated the Bradshaw. Sandra table. P a t MR. AND MRS. WEIBLE .. .jattmmg their recent marriage at Springdale Missionary Baptitt Church 'UIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIM^ Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. .and 'Mrs. Dariell E. Bowen of Wesley, a daughter, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Erter of Gentry, a daughter, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Julius N. Worley of Stllwell, Okla., a son, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ,C. Gardner of Rogers, a ion, Aug. . . . Mr. and Mrs. 'Lance L. Hamm of Ltaooln, a daughter, Aug. «. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Mauldin of Fayetteville, a daughter, Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Vannoy Cul pepper of Fayettevii'ie, a son Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. David D. Wildy of Springdale, a son, Aug. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Norman E Jewett of Evanavills, a daugh ter, Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Dodda of Springdale, a son, Aug. 11 Mr..and Mrs. Harold B.. Wat ion Jr., of Springdale. a'son Aug. 11. miniiiiiiiKiHiiiipiiiiifflM Announcements iiiimiiiiMiffliMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiii Washington County Medica Assistants will meet at 7:30 .m. Thursday at the Doctor's Building in Fayetleville. Mr. and Mrs.. Dennis G. Hum, jhreys of Springdale, a son Aug. 11. The Aug. 18 meeting o Veterans of World War I Bar racks No. 1786 and Auxiliary has been cancelled. The nex meeting will be held at 12 noon Sept. 21, a covered dish lunch eon, at the Community Adul Center, 1 North School Ave. Try Tomato Topping Replace the milk called fo in a biscuit recipe with an equ amount of tomato juice. Bak as usual. Use for topping o meat pie or stews or serve wit the main course. McKenzie, Phyllis Berner and Linda Sykes assisted in serving guests. The couple is now at home at 2012 Theodore Drive, Apt. C, in Springdale. or spacious home for a large family. Twenty-two modules provide a lot of leeway in the model you choose. New kits help you create wire sculpture .and string art. .And there are hanging garden kill that may provide plants in II days for instant gardeners. MANY AVAILABLE There are so many kinds o kits available that some peopl' have spent vacations rigging u; their Christmas gifts and tre ornaments. Others have turne their kits into hobbies -- shi kits or flower beading -- llu become paying propositions. I is estimated that a quarter o the billion dollar hobby marke is in craft kits and supplies. Although there are chees kits'and wine kits, at least on wine and cheese kit puts it a together, making a pound c Cheddar cheese and five bottlt of wine. Another one for the c Unary crowd provides yogur cottage cheese, Cheddar chee. and sour dough starter with a the necessary ingredients. In the homes area, kits a tremely popular. Rug craftcr .s are providing a change ol ace lo needlepointcrs. Instead a needle, one uses a latch iok, tying maybe eight thou- nd knots of Acrilan rug yarn s it is pulled through a pre- inted canvas design. One that 20 to 27 inches with bright oloied yarns is also useful as decorative wall hanging. The flag kit, 43'A inches by 27 nches, is touted as easy-does . Sew the 13 stripes togethei nd embroider 13 stars. The ki icludes cotton fabric, a hand crcened blue field with stars mbroidery thread and instruc ions. EMBROIDERY. KIT An open-work embroidery ki ontains directions and mate ials for place mats and nap kins. And there arc kits fo urning bottles into glass con- ainers and table glassware. Limestone and gcmslone chips are the beginnings of rock sculpture in one kit that comes with all the wood, wire, oil, sandpaper, fixatives and even the plastic base, for mak- 'ng some decorative objects. And just in time for the new tall fashions again emphasizing decorative trims, is a kit that provides sparkling trims. The kit contains a sew-on sequin.ap- plique with iron-on transfer .pattern, sequins and fashionable trims in assorted colors and shapes. The ancient art of tablet weaving -- believed to have been developed in the Iron Age -- is revived in one kit where the tablet is used for loom-like effects. In tablet weaving dif- erent colored threads are put hrough holes i n the tablets cards). The pattern Is devel oped by the direction in which he curds arc flipped. The kit's materials Include those for ·iiuinuii uniiiiiiiiiiiininiiniii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!i!nTMii»ii«B*iiiii Penny Saver To quickly pick up bits of thread.after'sewing use a damp sponge. This saves getting out the vacuum. Wednesday, Auflurt 14, 1974 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Highlands Chapter of the OzarK Society, City Library, 7:39 Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Freeze Tomatoes In Summer For Use At Home Al! Winter This year's tomato harvest is ripenirtg in home gardens as well as in commercial fields, and what every good cook needs is a good way to "put up" and prepare the crop without a sinkful of messy pans to clean afterwards. It's great to capture the rich, succulent flavor of plump tomatoes ripened on the vine, whether you grow your own or buy hem summer-sweet. Let the romantics talk about going back to "old time" pre serving: we're all for this new :echnique, u s i n g moisture- To Observe Anniversary The 25th wedding anniversary of (he Rev. and Mrs. Jack J. Morris wUl ne observed Sunday, Ang. 18, at Hope F r e e Will Baptist Church where he is pastor. ITnnrs of the party are from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. They were married on Aug. 19, 1949 at Tablequah, Okla., and are the parents of three daughters, Mrs. Diane Bowerman of Fayetteville and Misses Delttres and Darlene Morris of the home who will be hostesses for the event. Friends and relatives are invited fo attend. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio your 3-way radio headquarters Iff eiectronlei »ln«* 1W» 520 ft. College -H3 For Your Prescription Needs see us -.;; QUAKER DRUG a E. Center --1«-4246 CHy Parking Lot In Rear vapor - proof cooking roasting wrap to store ripe tomatoes in the freezer. Never heard of freezing a tomato? Tomatoes freeze tenderly for stewing, and their flavor is fresh. Just wrap in the paper after they have been peeled, seal edges and freeze to cook when wanted. They may be seasoned with salt, pepper, fresh basil leaves and onion. To cooU, place packet in pan with at least one inch of boiling water and simmer about 30 minutes. If desired, add tomato paste to make a thicker sauce. Thursday , ,. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m: till noon Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. Illinois Club, Wyart's, 11:30 a.m. Rotary Club, -Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon ," Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m!'.. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. : ; Park and Recreation Committee, City Hall, 1:15 p.m. Parents Without Partners, Mcllroy Bank, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library, 7 : 30 p.m. Pollution Control Committee, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Baldwin Commandery No. 4, Knights Templar, Masonta Temple,-7:30 p.m. Washington County Medical Assistants, Doctor's Building,7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. - - ' ' ' ' ' i DILL ONCE-A-YEAR SAVINGS! BACK-TO-SCHOOL SWEATER WEAR by Talbott Full fashioned sweaters knitted of "Taralan".... the orlon that looks and feels like cashmere! Styled with a zipper back and mock turtleneck. these sweaters are the basic compliment for your entire Fall wardrobe. Colors of redr black, brown, sandstone, navy, ivory and gold. Sizes 34-40. Short Sleeve ; . ; ..... , 13.00 Long Sleeva r TM.. -.-.. 14.00 SPORTSWEAR Boston Store III Northwest Arkansas Plaza Use Your Boston Charge, Master Charge or BankAmericard ORIG. 1.65 PR. NOW: Sizes 5-6-7 HOTTEST VALUE UNDER THE SUN Orig. T.85. Sizes 8-9-10, Now: Orig. 1.50 Sizes 4 fo 7, Nowi 3 Prs. 4.10 3 Prs. 4.65 Holly Vassaretle brings you their once a year nylon brief- and bikini sale. Choose from nylon tricot or cotton, in all your favorite slyles, Also tho "Pantie Plus" bikini. All with set-in elastic waist band and leg openings, White only, Hurry for the best selection. : Lingene-DlUARD'S-First Floor '. Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.

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