Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 22, 1974 · Page 6
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August 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Education Wives Officers '.?*' '·.'. Heading Education Wives .y-Cla.lt, whose members are '[ wives ot faculty merahers o[ r*-.the College of Education at C the University of Arkansas, .'-.are Mrs. La Wanda Walltuan, secretary - (reasurer; Mrs. first meeting of their year, Jane Guylon, reported; Mrs. tentatively scheduled for-Oct. - - - - - - - · - - Jackie Yalowifz, president; and Mrs. Bca Allen, vice president, left-right. They will assume their duties at the and will honor new members. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) Miss Connie Lierly Honored At Parties Miss Connie Lierly, bride--! elect of Robert .D. Mossman, whose engagement was recently announced, has been guest of honor at a round of pre-nuptial -.parties. "'-· The home of Dr. and Mrs. L l o y d 0. Warren, 1520 Markham Road, was the scene of a miscellaneous shower when Miss Denise Warren entertained. The home was decorated with a. color scheme of yellow arid white- carrying out Miss Lierly's chosen colors. The hostess served punch and cookies from a table covered with a lace cloth centered with a bride doll dressed in yellow. White tapers were also used to decorate the tables.. Miss Lierly received a corsage of yellow and white chrysanthemums and .was assisted in opening gifts by Mrs. John Bocksnick. . . A kitchen shower at the home of Dr. and Mrs. James Walker, 1623 Harold Street, was given by Mrs. Walker, Miss Neita Berry and Mrs. William H. Duncan. Mrs.' N^il Schmitt as sisted her sister with the gifts. Refreshments were served from a table appointed with American Fostoria and an . arrangement of flowers from the Walker's garden. - She received a corsage of yellow daisies tied with yellow and white checked gingham. A recipe shower in t h e lome .of Mrs. Edward Smith at Farmington was another event. Miss Lierly received a recipe holder from the hostess. After games were played, gifts vere opened, and Mrs. Smith served refreshments. Guests made rice bags to be used at the wedding. Fellowship Hall of Sycamore Baptist Church w a s t h e scene of a miscellaneous shower · Tuesday when hostesses were Mrs. J a n e ayer, Mrs. Judy Faulkner, Mrs. Ann Bartlett and Mrs. Annette Windham. Mrs. Camille Pile, sister of Miss Lierly. assisted with the gifts. Cake, ice cream and punch were servec to the 50 guests who attended. Bridge News Betty Weaver and Sanforc Berg were first and second place winners at the Com munity Adult Center bridge party recently.. . . . Other winners were Florence Gregory, Dorothy Walters Jessie Dritt and Genevieve Berg. Anyone 50 years of age 01 older is invited to attend the activities of the Adult Cente and further information may he obtained by calling 433-3512. Superstar Will Appear At Fair Country superstar Bill An derson and his all-star Bil Anderson Show will be at tin larroll County Kaif in Berry ·ille on Thursday. Sept. 5. Appearing with" Bill Andersoi vill be country music star Jimmy Gately, Mary Loi Turner and the famous Po Boys Band. Anderson is one of th nation's top singers and com posers. His latest MCA Record single is "Can I,Come Horn to You?" and'his:newest LP i "Whispering Bill." A star,of the. famous Gran Ole Opry in Nashville, he. ha won more than 40 awards a a composer, including Songwr tcr of the Year and Entertaine of the Year, from the Countr Music Association. He ha written and recorded such bes selling hits as "City Lrghls, "Still," "Tips of My Fingers, "Once a Day" and man others. · · · " · A former newsman and dif jockey,-Anderson is the star his own syndicated weekly T series, "The Bill Anderso Show," which is carried b more than 100 televisio stations coast to coast. Announcements Springdale Dance Club wi meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday , the American Legion Hut Springdale for its regular scheduled dance. The group w also meet at the Legion Hut. Control Piano Sound i:iiiMiii:iiii;!ii ll ii^i'gpimiBiiMiraiimnipgi)m^Biiiiii:ii | 'ma!iiira[ria sits -- including the porch for ummer. Keeps baby silling light. A Mom Siutra or MEN 6 0 Thursday, August 22, 1974 il!llll!l!l!lllininilll!ll!llill!lllll!llllllll!l[!ll«!!ll!lllll!!lll[l9ttlillt!lm ear Heloise: Did you know y'o'ir can'soften r control the loudness of a iano? I live in a hotel and ometimes think twice about laying my piano for fear of isturbing others. A piano salesman told me it as possible to lone down the ound of a piano and had their maintenance . man show mo ow. Purchase regular felt, and make a curlain o[ this on a ound kitchen c u r t a i n rod. Hang felt curtain, -between the kings and'the hammers which trike the strings. The more uilains you hang, the. softer he tone. I made t h r e e curtains 4VS ong by folding a 12"-\vide piece if felt over each curtain rod md- 1 basting. This niakcs a !ouble curtain. Use pins at first until you know what.you want: I usually use two of these double curtains, but if you do lot want any sound then u s e hree. I had someone atlach Ihe ctir- ain rod holders inside the pianc in each end so tlip (curtains will bang in front of,: the strings. Make slits in your curlain for any bars that might need .to !0' Ihrough and the curtain wil lang smoothly. This simple idea has given me many hours of pleasure that vouldn't have. .been ..possible otherwise. It would be great for someone with napping babies. · '/ -:.-.^ ': ', Pianist much of a problem with hangnails. Mrs. E.W. Dear Holoise: · Baby can't tip his highchair over if you do this: Pul a large screen-door hook on Ihe back of the chair, and a screw-eye in the woodwork of each room where the baby Daily Calendar of Events Today Board of Housing Appeals, City Hall, 4 p.m. Lawn Clinic, Agronomy Research Farm, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. DAY Chapler-3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headiiuartfrs to ettctngriet Blao* 1M» 520 V. Collem .. 443-2223 For Your Preicription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG M E . Center -- MZ-424D City Parking Lot IB ReH Friday . Gay Nineties Ice Cream Social, Headquarters House, 6 p.m till 10 p.m. ' . Dear Heloise:.' -···'-*'» .. I have a "wonderful-idea- 1 ! . sure everyone could use. Save your card and stationery boxes wilh the clear covers. Next Lime you want to take cookies to someone,, use the "boxes to put them in. You can see the cookies and it is not only attractive but practical. When donating cookies- for a bake sale it-is a .good-way to display th'em. v^v ' ' ' - , . . ' . · . Stella Patoyain Dear Heloise: I reuse my nasal s p r a y squeeze bottles. I wash them well and fill with my favorite-cologne. When I replace the nozzle, I have a purse atomizer at no extra cost. Bonnie Graves Dear Heloise: That lip balm stick we USE for our lips -- if you keep a lube handy to rub around your fingernails, you won't have FINAL SUMMER CLEAN-A-WAY f You Can Have It . .. Af Below Cost Prices! Entire Stock JUNIOR SUMMER SPORTSWEAR Misses' Summer DRESSES JUNIOR DRESSES · Shorts ·Lengi USE YOUR MASTER CHARGE or BANKAMERICARD house of fashion N.W. Arkansa* Plaza OPEN DAILY TIL 9 P.M. THE CRAFT CELLAR ART and CRAFT SUPPLIES Announcing Fall Classes in: · Tole Painting :,:.._ · Country Carving - , """"''..'. · Watercolor Whimsies · Christmas Crafts · "Little People" Painting ENROLLMENT LIMITED SIGN UP NOW! :,? N. Jlockc 443-3161 Th« TIMES It On Top of Th* N«w» Seven Day* a W»»k cJLadulih Evelyn Hills Foy«tt«vill* Entir* Stock of FALL SPORTSWEAR and DRESSES KELLER-JORGENSEN STUDIOS ft Ballet ·Tap ·Jazz · Pre-School ·Acrobatic · Adult REGISTER NOW 402 Arkansas Avenue or Phone 442-7492 For Appointment LEARN TO DANCI ELEANOR WILLIAMS DANCE STUDIO For Girls and Boys. As* 3'A through IS COMBINATION CLASS OF ... · ACROBAT · TAP · BALLET · MODERN JAZZ Personality Singing i and Baton given with Routine | Special Gymnastic , _ 0 jtcgislrafion Now Mil August 30lh Classes Begin First Week of September '·'udio located 3 miles east of Root School, Highway 45 Phone Mrs. Eleanor Williams 521-5373 OPIN DAILY »-!»; SUN. CLOSED THURS, FRL : SAT. LISTERINE" _. ,, MOUTH **--·=*' WASH iw TABLETS EXCEDRIN» FOR PAIN 16 Oz. OUNCES* PEPTO- BISMOL* Iviu:»«.iuj.I71 ·136 * ALBERTA BAtSAM CONDITIONER CLAIROL* SHAMPOO-IN HAIR COLOR Reg. 7 Oz. 78c BHEC1l« RINSE CASHMERE BOUQUET POWDER 24B.O.. 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