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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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2faribi««it ArhmtiraH Wednesday, September A, 1974 inn · 9 MR.. AND MRS. RICHARDSON . . .jollcwing their marriage on the lawn oj the home oj the bride's parents at Okmulgee, Okla. Garden Wedding Scene Miss Marianne Swain became .the bride of Mark Richardson on Friday, Aug.-16, in a garden setting on the lawn of the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Robertson' in Okmulgee, Okla. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and .Mrs. Eldon Richardson of Prairie Grove. The 'Hew Harvey Ha/elwoocl of Lincoln, former pastor .at Prairie Grove, -performed the cerevnony. Mrs. Carolyn Adolph presented a prelude of organ music preceding the cerepony and accompanied the bride as she sang, "I Take Thee, My Dear." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wort a white eyelet dress with a shoulder- length veil attached lo a lace cap. She followed Ihe tradition of using "Something old," "something now." "something borrowed," and "somelhing blue,' and she carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies anrl baby's breath atop a while Bible. Miss Gay Perkins was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Mary EJIen Malcy and Miss Tcrri Patterson. Mis? Dawn Perkins was flower girl. They wore formal-length gowns of yellow and white gingham and carrier! nosegays of yellow and white daisies, Serving the bridegroom as besl man was Lexy Welzel, anc groomsmen were Jerry Webb and Larry Broyles. David Ro berlson and Brad Welzel scrvcc as ushers. A reception was held im mediately following the cere mony. Miss Jamie Sunrincrs prrsid cd at the gucsl book and Miss Janie Ellsworth, Miss Lou Ann Robinson and Miss Anita Park er served wedding cake anr punch. After a wedding t r i p to Texas the couple is residing in Fay etlcville. Vogelgcsang Named LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Juris Petty, the Republican candi date for Congress from the 2m District, announced Tucsdaj the appointment of Jerry Vo gclgesang ;is youth coordinate for her campaign. Vogelgesang, 23, is a senio political science student a State College of Arkansas a Conway. He has served in several po lltical campaigns arid worke in the 2nd District during lh campaign of David Pryor fo the Deniocratic 'gubernatoria nomination. IXPIRT WATCH KIPAIM . . . » » r , /' . / SWIFTS fTNMth Wtx* «. Goes To Work WifNHim EL TORO, : Callfi , (AP) - 'hile some new' brides kiss eir '-husbands and send thorn fJ to work each morning, Darne Foskoy kisses her' lius- and, Eddie, uiul then goes "ong with him lo work. Eddie nd Darlcne Foskey are' two Urines assigned to Weather ation at the Marine Corps Air .alion here. MARRY AS STUDENTS Married while students at the a v y Aerographer's Male nated He chool at Lakeliurst, N.J., ear- -Money er tills year, the Foskeys re- eampaigi nested and received a our ot duly at El Torn and ncny ·ork on the same crew le same shills. Eddje, a native of James- gaii. own, Ky., said it was an un- sual situation when he asked Jarlene to marry him. "I guess he wasn't really surprised that popped the question," he said, but I don't think she was exacting it while we were .shin- ng our shoes. It wasn't very omantic of me," he admitted. Darlene, an attractive bru- lette from Albuquerque. N.M., also surprised her male-domi- ated class by graduating with a 96 per cent average. Her av- irage was not only the highest or a Marine since the school ipened' in 1942 and fourth highest in the school's history, but also the top score (or any graduate in the past eight years. HIGHER RANK For her scholastic achievement she was meritoriously romoted c;m rank higher than icr hushed, but according to Eddie. "It doesn't really matter ,hat much because 1 we strive to work as a team, both at work and at home." While at school Eddie was one class ahead of his wife; but ilie obstacle didn't stop Dar lone. Taking advantage of the Navy's system ot self-paced instruction, she graduated three weeks ahead of her class to catch up with him. Commenting on her achievement, Darlene said she found the school "challenging, but not extremely difficult." Darlene summed it up by saying, "We tend to stay separated from each other while on the job; Tor example, one of us will work in the teletype room while the other draws weather symbols on maps. Our coffee breaks and lunch periods are about the only times we really get together during the work day." Heart Fund Chairman Named LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Cal. vin Hitgun of Little Hock will )e the chairman of the 1075 /Icm't Wind campaign in Ar- iansas. ' . . Hagan,, is stale manager o! Southland Life Insurance Co. The appointment of Hagan was made by Dr. .Ben 0. Price of Little Rock, president, of (he Arkansas Heart .. Association, and Dorothy Harris of Wynne, chairman of the association's aoard. The association's 1975 statewide goal will be $302,'100. The campaign will be held in February, which has been designated Heart Month. raised during the is to be used to fight heart disease through research professional and public education and community service. Ha'gan is a .native of Slutl- Hope Honored NEW YORK (AP) -- Bol Hope, who portrayed formci Mayor Jimmy Walker in i movie, has been honored b; tov York's present mayor.' Mayor Abraham D. Beame vith a scroll for distinguishes service for dedication to th armed forces and as "an inter lational ambassador of goix will." Hope portrayed Walker in tin movie "Beau James." presented Hope on TUCSC!E rood, Cooperatives Respond To Prices LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -l \Ve try to cut food costs by utting out the middleman -- ransporting, packaging and alaries," said Sandy Hyneman, manager of a food coop- ·ralivc here. Co-ops have sprouted across he country in response to ris- ng food prices and as people jecome more aware of what's n the food they cat. Lexington's Good Food Co-op vas formed last summer and low has a membership of 350 louseholds. It's an example of ipw the co-op idea has changed since it first became p o p u l a r . Once-seen as an extension of the communal way of life, the co-op has become a viable alternative to the supermarket. Mrs. Hyneman acknowledged that some co-ops are formed by people who have decided to drop out of the system, but she said the Lexington operation is an attempt to work within the system "in the way we think is best." GOOD FOOD "Each co op decides what its going to be," she said. "People who come here are interested in good, cheap food." A mark of its acceptane by the established community is the inclusion of the co-op on the "Welcome Wagon" lhal greets newcomers to the area. "We're there along with all Hints From Heloise-- A/hite Woman Licensed Pastor Predominantly Black Church Non-Skid Deca For Bathtub Good For Shower Also Dear Folks: Move it over, 'cause I'm HARTFORD ( A P ) - Bar-| ara Risley Kingston, a white Oman tired of sitting in white lurches listening to how to re- ite to black people, joined a lack church.- Now she has ;en licensed to preach in a .act church in Charleston, C:, and hopes soon to be or- ained a minister in a pre- ominantly black denomination. "They've been perfectly de- ghlful,"-Mrs. Kingston said of er congregation at the Morris rown AME church in '. diaries- n, "I feel, pretty secure in a lack community. They were eally good about it." She says she hopes to become ne of the first white women in le nation to become an Afria n M e t h o d i s t Episcopal AME) minister. SEEKS RELEVANCE III. a telephone interview, irs. Kingston said she was dissatisfied with her white Congregational church's ap roach to race relations, and ought ant. "I met people and grpups J idn't know existed," she said. "I don't like black people any etter than white." But in the Into church she says she nev- r came into contact with black eople. "This just seems to be vhere the broken relationship something more rele- naster of divinity degree from lie Lutheran Theological Semi- ary in Columbia, S.C., making ler (lie first woman ever to graduate there.' She belonged to a white Con- [regalional church in Charleson but eventually switched to ii e black Congregational church there. She said her interests led her o AME "churches, a Civil War ·reakaway faith'from the white Ucthodist churches. Theologically, she said she sees no problems in becoming an AME minister. "I don't see very much dit 'erence theologically. Basically, .hey Ere United Methodists, and I don't see much difference." · · · Rev. Campbell, said of the \ME church, "We broke away rom the white Methodists because they segregated us, but we have never . segregated them." Mrs. Kingston said she hopes .0 eliminate the last veslige of discrimination in the AEM faith and become a white female pioneer in the ranks, of AME ministers. AJfE churches vhite ministers have and a lev. several ilack women' ministers, bul ilrs. Kingston is believed to be he first while woman to seek rdination, according lo a Hart ord miniser. "She would probably be (he irst white woman to he or dained," said the Rev. W. Mel Campbell, pastor of the Mhel AME Church in Hart ord. COLLEGE GRADUATE Mrs. Kingston is a native o East Hartford and graduate! from the University of Con nccticut. In May she was awarded a coming in and give you a real good lecture today and let's hope it sinks in so you won't break "something"... Every few weeks I get letters where "someone has broken a iiip or ankle, or perhaps an arm, while either taking or stepping out of a shower... For years I have doubted this because I didn't see how anyone would be so careless. Well, yours truly just about broke her fool neck--via the same way! Instead of my neck it was my ankle. It's badly sprained. Don't do this. It hurts, would you believe? I was so mad at me that I just sat down and cried after paying the doctor h i l l ! Then cried when I couldn't do things such, a: vacuum, lifting such . simple running the laundry, etc. I -immediately yelled at myself. "What'cha going to do about it to prevent it n e x t time?" I bought me some of those lillle nonskid dccals which we ordinarily put in the bottom of .be bath tub. Believe me because it's true, 1 put Ihe whole package on the shower floor. Please jar loose and bus you some if you have a shower Much, much cheaper than ; doctor bill and crulehes -- am pain. Be sure and scrub the sliowei floor first. It has a buildup o soap film- on it. This must be why we slip. Too, never leave a bar of soap that you havi dropped (while showering; where it landed. I'm not going to tell you where I landed bir it wasn't f u n n y ! I love you is the reason am telling you this. Don't be stupid like you-know-who. Be smart like I tell you to... Hcloisi Washing Machine Care These general care guidelines will help you get the best results from your laundry equipment. After each wash, turn off hot and cold water faucets lo prevent strain on the hoses caused by water pressure. Check to see hoses are not linked or bent. A washer lint filter should also be cleaned after using, and when done immediately, t h e damp lint is easy to remove. If you have a fop loading machine, the inside of the tub and agitator shoujd be wiped with a clean damp cloth or sponge as routine care after using. HAVE YOU NOTICED A child will rehearse thing for a program and be per feet, but get on stage and... Ghost Jon Dear Heloise: Some pets like their ow: private blend of foods, but tb iix. and put half the mixture plastic containers in the free- er until needed. To be sure no one thinks it's andwich spread, lay the cat dog picture from the label n top of the food before putting n the lid. Mrs. Janice B. Ward Dear Heloise: Ever get in trouble trying to i a perfect job recaulking round the tub with that sili- one rubber stuff? .Just dip a finger in pelrola- um jelly or kitchen shortening ind it will slide right over those ilaces that need louching up. All done in seconds! Wash the 'inger immediately, of course. Ruth Armstrong Ihe Baptist churches in town," Mrs. Hyneman said. Membership covers a wide economic range, including professionals and people who have decided lo go back to living on the land. She said they range in age from "8 days lo 70 yeais " "We've stayed away from philosophical or religious affiliations as a way of welding the group," Mrs. Hyneman said. "Our only purpose is to get people eating good food." Besides serving as a retail food outlet, the co-op is an information and education center. "We try to teach people what lo eat and when and how to fix it," she said. The co-op is a nonstock corporation with a board of directors, operating very much like any small retail store in the cily. There are the usual prob- ems of rent, salaries, insurance and taxes. Elimination of the middleman allows the co-op to keep its markup on products to 15 per cent, Mrs. Hyneman said. To avoid packing costs, members bring their own canisters and containers. Some products are sold in plastic bags that the co-op buys in quantity. The co-op recycles bags that g r a i n and flour come in and they are transformed into handmade tote bags which are sold at the co-op. "We try to recycle as much energy, paper, and whatever else as we can," Mrs, Hyneman said. GROW FOOD Co-op members grow some of the food and do all of the trucking from warehouses and farms where the co op obtains its food. One member grows the peanuts and makes the peanut butter sold by the co-op. Only the manager is paid a regular salary. Members run the store themselves, donating two bout's a month lo packing, trucking or selling products. E a c h week one of the 13 neighborhoods in the city takes on the responsibility for manning the operation. Mrs. Hyneman said it has given neighbors a chance lo gel Births Wins Scholarship Uliss Kerry Lynn George of FayollcvillD has won a W i l - liam V. Frankel Scholarship iiwiird from Warner Communications Inc., and has enrolled ill the University of Arkansas for the fall semester. Her mother, Mrs. Betty George, works for Warner Cahle In Arkansas, a division of Warner Communications, Inc. IliSillllliffllllllllltilllllllllfillliniSllllllllllilillllllllllttPB REGIONAL MEDICAL- .. CENTER Mr. and Mrs/ Hobby L. :Ariner ot Sprihgdale, a son. AVfV 29. Mr. and Mrs. F,rvin R. Kimball of St. Paul, a son, Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Longmate or Springdale, a son, Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell J. Old- iiam of Barllesville, Okla.,. a son, Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Larry F. Vannoy of Springdale. a daughter Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Walden of Stilweil, Okla., a daughter, Aug. 29. Announcements President's Reception honoring new University of Arkansas faculty and staff will be held from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday in the Arkansas Union Ballroom'. Attire will he informal. VJ1UM Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital,, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Ycm 2-way radio headquarters IB ei'eflronlcs glnce 1920 530 N. Collrse 413-2722 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 4424216 City Parking Lot In Rear to 1 know each other and to develop community related projects, such as snaring baby-sitting chores. Food sold at the co-op is limited mainly to grains and flour, cheess, nuts, peanut butter, honey and pasta, but Mrs. Hyneman said tbe group plans ,o start selling other items, such as all-meat hot dogs. Mrs. Hyneman said she splits icr weekly food budget between ' the co-op and Ihe local market, but envisions an expanded operation in which regular retail items would be sold in addition to health foods. Eventually she hopes the coop will also offer a range of cooking and craft classes. Thursday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. till noon Altrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12 : 05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Guff Building, 7 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Far West Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. President's Reception, Arkansas Union Ballroom, 7:30 p.m. till 9 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. Preceptor Zeta of Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Ab Bidwell, 8 p.m. BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP "Everything For the "Everything for the Expectant Mother. . . ,, and Gifts for Baby, too" Hrs. 9-5 Mon.-Sat. 75M474 502 W. Emma, Springdale : REX SHOWS are Back! MILLION DOLLAR ANTIQUE SHOW and SALE Antique Dealers From all over the United States will be present with Mail to Mall Antiques. Thursday thru Saturday TO a.m. until 9 p.m. Daily huie/t on/a/ lazQ So Near So Much African Art Sale BACK-TO-SCHOOL CLEARANCE SALEI DAYS ONLY--SEPT 5-6-7 ' Lo' Dines OAK PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER FAYETTEVILLE--PHONE 521-5030 HIDE-A- IBEDS END TABLES OFF! SAVE! \ $239°° ^. 5 :·!:··:·..·.·.,·.·-·. a We' Mfg. Choice of Many Fabric! Bring Your Furniture In and We'll Trade or Come By and We'll Deliver Anywhere in Northwest Arkansas! Choose From Any Fabric in Stock and Save on Reupholstery. Two Week Delivery. Draperies At Lowest Prices in Years! 20 Per Cenr Off on Carpet Cleaning! Expert Steam Cleaning in Your Home,? New Carpel At Prices To Sell! CLARK'S UPHOLSTERING DRAPERIES 5600 S. Hwy. 71, Springdale Phone 751-7426 or 751-7427 CHAIRS $25.00 to $50,00 OFF! .· . ··:'·.·,·-.··.·, CRANMERE SHELVING By Kinch

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