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Party Honors Bride-Elect Sirs. Sam Sizer, Mrs. Charles Killian and Miss Nancy Workman entertained last Saturday morning at ihe Sizer residence with a miscellaneous briday shower honoring Miss Linda Joy Ziser, bride-elect of Richard C. Harding, whose" wedding will be an event of Saturday afternoon, Aug. 17, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Pictured left-right are Mrs. Maurice Ziser, mother of the bride-elect, Miss Ziser, the honoree, Mrs. Robert Harding, mother of the prospective bridegroom, a special guest, and Mrs. Killian, one of the hostesses. (TIMESpholo by Ray Gray) I Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr." and Mrs. Doyle E. Preston, Fayetteville, a son, Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Walker, Springdale, a son, Aug. 12 Mr.'and Mrs. Ray L. Kelley, Farmington, s daughter, Aug. 12. Household Hint Potato and corn chips may be stored in the freezing compartment of your refrigerator. 1 The chips will remain fresh and crisp until you are ready to use them. Bridge News Penny Lyons and Joe Weaver were first and second place winners at the community Adult Center bridge party..this week.. Other winners were Oscar White, Thela Stanfortti, Jessie Dritt and Betty Weaver. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the activities of the Adult Center. For further information call 443-3512. Household Hint To prevent blankets from shrinking after washing, put them on curtain stretchers. Long lace tablecloths also look belter if dried on curtain stretchers, as do crocheted bee spreads. Announcements iiimffliNiniiniiimniiiiimiiinirainnmiiiuiNtii Th'Â« annual meeting at Kings Cemetery will be held at 1 p.m Sunday. All interested persons are asked to .attend thi meeting. Â· Adult Center Ballroom Dance Group will meet at 7:30 p.m Saturday at the Center. Re freshments will be served and mode of dress is optional. Any one 50 years of age or olde: is invited to attend. Garnish Pork Platter For a pretty garnish for pork platter, dip apple slices in orange juice and top them wit cranberry relish. Hints From Heloise-Husband Shares His Woes I am sure that if a poll were aken, you would really be sur- irised at how many of us men re your regular readers. Last night I saw a commercial ahout dishwashing detergent. Seems there was way too much suds in the dishwasher. I :ave had the same problem for years, and was always getting nto hot water with my wife, (no pun intended.) She always nsisted I was putting too much detergent in the dishwater. But if I used a small amount, he same thing happened. I am a perpetual dishwasher, not by force, but because I like t. I used to put my dishes in he sink, next came the deter- jent, followed by forceful hot water. Then it happened. Inches and nches of detergent suds on the op. Adding cool water didn't help either. Then came the messy part of trying to pick out the dishes. . The water T used trying to rinse off all those suds was really wasteful. So was. the amount used for rinsing the suds down the drain. So I started to experiment and came up with this solution. Just run, as much'Jiot^water n the sink or" "dishpan as required. Then temper with cold water. Now put in, your detergent and swish it around a bit. Then place your dishes in the water. No suds! But the detergent Js really mixed well in the water, and everything can be seen and really comes out much cleaner. And rinsing off the dishes is easier. Ernie Turton P.S. I am now going into my 76th year! ! Well, It's against my nature lo throw anything away, so Dad's old lunch pail serves as a tool box in the kitchen for my own personal hammer, screw drivers, etc. Mom Brown Dear Holoise: Since the price of the really nice scented boxed stationery is out of line with my budget, I buy the delicately designed matching tablets and envelopes, and put them into a plastic bag with a perfume sachet refill. Mrs. V.E.R. Dear Heloise: I leave my coffee in its original can while it is being used and also use empty ones to store things in, but the metal rims always marked up my cupboards. Now I put a plastic lid from an empty can on the bottom! Â· Slides In the cupboard as smooth as silk! And no more Dear Heloise: Pin all baby's little tiny socks to larger garments when they are being washed. This will keep them from getting lost. J. Burke Dear Heloise: To use up ice oream that's by-passed in the freezer, put t - in small paper cups, add some topping, and watch the ;ids reach for them first. They'll have their own 'walking sundae." J.N. You're a luv, you know it? Imagine having a husband who likes to do dishes! ! You may be' 76, but that noggin is still working overtime. Bless you, sir. Heloise LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: Who says you can't take it with you... Did you ever try to go camping? Keith l l l i i m i L l l l l l l i i H W I I I I I I I I I I I I I U I l i m Nurtfotwrt ArftattBaB Eiwwr V 'or marks. H.C.B. Dear Heloise! Whenever frosting, I I make cake always make double .batch and freeze half. This way I save timÂ« on my next cake-frosting job! Mrs. Claire Peters Dear Heloise: I have found the best solution to the age old problem of returning books,' or rather, not returning books. Â· "Â·. More often than not, we forget who lent us the book, so I write the lender's name in pencil (very lightly so it can be erased) on the last page. Mrs. E. Spitzfaden 8 Â· Thursday, August 15, 1974 , Â«Â«llllllllÂ«TMTM NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES KELLER-JOR6ENSEN STUDIOS wwniiiiiniiiiiipiDH^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 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, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Washington County Medical Assistants, Doctor's Building, 7:30 p.m. , Â· ' : Â· ' . . . Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. Dear Heloise: My husband recently bought a new lunch box and asked me to get rid of the old one. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Ytoar 3-way tt cfectroold ttBO* US 520 If.* College 44-2S9 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. 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