Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 3, 1974 · Page 3
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September 3, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Artmobile To Visit School The Arkansas Arts Center's Artmobile is scheduled to visit Fayetteville High School on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. E and 10. The public is invited !o see this museum on wheels, which is a part of the Arts lenter's State Services Pro gram. The Arlmobiie features a new exhibition of paintings, prints sculpture and drawings chosen from the Arkansas Arts Cen ter's Permanent Collection. The exhibition, entitled "Human Images in Art," examines the diversity with which artists have used the human image in their work. It includes works by 35 artists from many dif ferent cultures and in a variety of media. The works date from the IStrt century" to the nresen ilMllliraiDII lll "B[IBIM lliniBMinnn^ Jfarfbwrut Arfcatuma W -- /or OMEN held hairdo with a hand- drier. These factors such artists a Wyeth, Chagall, Announcements Tuesday, September 3, 1974 iflHHlMiM^^ Blow-Dry Hairdos Easy For Women With Good Dryer Blow-dry hairdos should he easy Cor the on-the-go woman to handle. However, some women seem to be unable lo get salon results at home. Several factors could produce poor results -.when styling a blow-dry Jack Tidball Veterans o Foreign Wars Post and Auxi liary will meet at 6 p.m., Mon day,'Sept.'9, for a covered dis supper at the VFW Hall in Cit Administration Building to b followed by a business meeting MRS. JERRY FRED SMITH .. .was Miss Marsfto Kay Morgan before her August marriage ; of the First Baptist Church in Mountain Home Miss Morgan Bride In Church. Ceremony and include Rembrandt, Picasso, Clear. Stuart, Reming- on, Eivers, Whistler and many thers. The State Services program s designed to bring the people f Arkansas quality programs n both the visual and perform- ng arts. It was made possible an appropriation from the state Legislature to extend Arts Center services throughout the state The Artmobile was a gift to the Arts C e n t e r of the ate Gov. Winthrop Rocke- 'eller and his brother, David lockefeller, and of the Barton foundation of El Dorado. It :ovei\s the state with the same Miss Marsha Kay Morgan. '. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. It. ; L. Morgan of Mountain Home, - was married to Jerry Fred ; Smith, Sunday, Aug. 18. at the · First Baptist Church of Moun' tain Home with the Rev. Dr. ~ Kenneth Threet officiating. The - bridegroom is the son of- P. J. - Smith of Hindsville and Mrs. I Paul Hendrix of Rogers. - Wedding music was presented '· by Mrs. Jack Kemp, organist, · and Mrs. Kenneth Austin, who ' sang "Love Is a Many Splen- ·" dored Thing," and "Til The ; End of Time." ; Given in marriage by her - father, the bride wore a Victor' ian gown of imported candle- · light Satapeau and ivory hand; crocheted Cluny lace. The lace : yoke formed a V in front and ·; was rounded in back, laced with · ivory satin ribbon. It feature: ; a mandarin collar of lace anc '· long full sleeves with lace cuffs, : The flared skirt dipped to a · chapel length and was encircled 5 with a double ruffle of. lace ' She, wore a matching .luliel s headpiece, which was attachec t to a chapel-length veil. The ' bride carried a Colonial bouque! '· of white sweetheart roses and ': baby's breath. Her only jewelry ' was a cameo brooch that hac Iron Gathered Pockets If you have trouble when ironing little girl's dresses with gathered pockets, stuff them with clean tissue paper before ironing them. elude the condition of your hair and the functioning of your drier. Be sure your hand-held drier has a range of temperatures and air speeds. Check your shampoo for content and make sure it contains natural ingredients that will clean the hair without leaving heavy shampoo residues. Once you have purchased a good drier and good shampoo, you are ready to get to work. exhibition period. over a two year Hints From Heloise-Protect Baby From Shocks 'ear Folks: Here is a warning for all you nothers with small children or abies who crawl all through he house. Don't ever. ever, leave an spot on the wall. Covering socket holes could possibly prevent your child from gelling a terrible electric shock! Heloise strange and different-colored Dear Heloise: Please warn mothers against ic long cord found on baby's acifiers. I once found the cord vrapped around a sleeping aby's neck,'while I was baby- itling. If the baby had moved sleep on its side, the cord vould have tightened and :hoked the baby. : Babysitter Dear Heloise: I love to make my own candles and I have found that plastic glasses make inexpeh- ;ive molds. Just drill a hole n the bottom for the wick arid use a screw to hold the wick Wash your hair and begin dry it immediately. At first, yo should use the hottest temper: e and strongest air velocity] of your drier.' When most o f ' the moisture has left your hair, reduce the temperature and air velocity to avoid excessive dryness and split ends. During the entre drying process, massage your scalp or style your hair with a thermal bristle brush. lectric socket unprotected in lie wall. There should be some- liing plugged in the socket or I should be covered in some'Dear Heloise: a y- i Have you ever locked your C h i l d r e n see Mommy i car only to find that the keys lugging something in that hole'were still in the ignition? I n the wall, mitate you. You know the saying -- mon- cey see monkey do! They will find a bobbypin or a piece ot metal of some kind on the floor. Before you can think about it, the little one is trying to put it in that "hole in the wall." If you don't have any safety plugs that are sold for the purpose of covering up socket openings, covir the socket with a piece of plastic tape. Try to have the tape as near the color of the socket cover as you can. That won't be so apt to notice that and they try to avoid this problem by carrying duplicate ignition keys in a eparate case (the smallest I can find), and using these duplicates for driving. The original ignition key is looked to its matching trank key wilh a loop from a discarded key case and carried ,vith the rest of my keys. Douglas S. PRice Dear Heloise: When I make cookies I plac my cooling rack over the sink and a!! through, the crumbs drop avoiding a crumb; down tight. P. Wagner (XPERT WATCH REPAIR - · " ' · ' · / . S W I F T S ·ufflinmiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiM^ Daily Calendar of Events ielonged to her great grandmother. Mrs. Richrd Burnett of Little Hock was he rsister's matron honor. Misses Paula Curlee Glenview, 111., Debbie Udou. of Fort Smith and Brenda Mor- jan of Mountain Home, the ride's c o u s i n , were brides maids. The attendants' floor ength d r e s s e s of pale pink bridal mist were styled with l o n g full sleeves vory Cluny lace rormed a V to the waistline in front and was rounded In the back. They carried arm bouquets of garden 'lowers. P. 1. Smith Jr., of Huntsville served his brother as nest man. Groomsmen were .Toe Fred Starr Jr., Brace Matthews and Pete Money, a'll of Fayetteville. Roger Morgan of Mountain Home, the bride's brother, and Joe Fred Starr Jr., lighted the candles. The bride's mother was tired in a floor-length dress of pink floral organza, with short fitted jacket and wore a green cymbidium orchid. The bridegroom's mother was tired in a turquoise and pink floor-length dress and wore a white cymbidium orchid. Jana and Jeff Cooper of Mountain Home, the bride's cousins, distributed rice bags at the reception which followed IJie ceremony in the church's fellowship hall. After a brief wedding trip, the couple is at home in Fayetteville where they are both students at the University of Arkansas. La Leche League To Start Series For New Mothers La Leche League, an organization for nursing mothers, will start a new series of meetings at 8 p.m., Monday, Sept. 9, in the home of Mrs. Melanee King, 2464 Valley Drive, Fayetteville. Any interested mother is invited to attend and infants are welcome. The topic for the first meeting will be "advantages of breast- 'eeding to mother and baby. 11 Persons desiring more information may call 751-8673. Women Golfers Plan Tournament For October Tonight Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, SI. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTO Building, 7 p.m. Fire Department Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 p.m. NWA Hairdressers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7:30 p.m. p.m Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter No. 495 OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. L Day Hill met today for a nine hole golf S I L 0 A M Members of Golf Association at Dawn Country Club luncheon and contest. Plans for the Northwest Arkansas Women's Golf Association tournament which will be held Oct. 1 at Dawn Hill were completed. Mrs. Bee Caudell is tournament chairman. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way rail* headquarter! n rfertnelM itno 1*» N. College 443-2221 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. 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