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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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2B · Northwest Arfconsai TIMES, Sunday, Sept. 8, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Women's Division To Have Large Number Of Entries All indications point to a large number of entries in the Women's Division, at the Wash- Ington'County Fair according to Mrs. Alary Gilbert, extension home economist. ''From the enthusiasm 3 expect we will have real good entries in every division at Thompson Hall," she said. ^Consumer Awareness" Is the topic for the adult educational booths and 28 reservations have been made for home extension clubs and other community clubs, she said. A special feature this year will be a teaching seminar, conducted by judges to outline tho points used in judging exhibits. This, is scheduled for 1 to'2. p.m. Tuesday. The seminar is planned in order that exhibits may be upgraded with exhlbi- lofs niade aware of the points looked, far by judges. Mrs. Gilbert explained. ', : CANNERS CHECKED She also said., that pressure guages ' for canners will be checked during the Fair. Al interested persons may bring pressure pan lids ' and guage; to ,bc checked from 2 to 4 p.m and from 7. to 9 p.m..on.Thurs day and Friday. Mrs. Gilbei say the check point, had been established Ijecause of'the larg' number of requests for the ser vice received at the Agricul tural Extension Office. ''I don't know when we wil be" able to get the equipmen a g a i n and anyone who want tojiave equipment checked may bring it to the Fair. There ' no;-charge for the service, Mrs jilbert said. A popular feature in the 'omen's building will be the cholarshlp bazaar, sponsored by the E x t e n s i o n Homemaker Council. Club mem- ers make ilems for s a l e hroughout the year. Displayed or sale will bo the traditional pvons, pol holders, dolls and many other handmade items. All proceeds go to the council's cliolarship fund. The Women's Department supervised by a committee cortt- osed of Mrs. Ben Porter, Mrs. toberl Curlce, Mrs. Doris Casidy and Mrs. Lawrence Skel- on. C h a i r m e n ot various divisions are Mrs. Katiierine Halfield, clothing and' textiles; Mrs/ Charles Salverson, crochet and knitting; Mrs.. Dotson ,ewis, canning; Mrs. Fred Guley, baking; Mrs. I.J. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Rema Carson, 'lower arrangements; Mrs, W W. Love and Mrs. Tyron Lewis, T o w e r , horticulture; Mrs. Robert Carnahan. creative arts; Mrs. A. J. Mein'ert, community booths and Mrs. C. E; Yerton, art. Supervising, the junior '· home committee members. They are Virginia Simco;' Janie Moreloek, and Mrs. Loree'BoypVclothing; Mrs. Robert Bigger, Mrs. Gail Drake and Mrs. Georgia Casselman, canning; Mrs. Derwood Thomas, Mrs. Bill Posey and Mrs. Wayne Kel). baking; Mrs. John Russell End Mrs. Roy Welshenbaugh, creative arts; Mrs. Terry Taylor and Mrs. H.E. Russell, club booth. Area Men To Advisory Group Five .prominent Arkansas Business leaders have bcei appointed to the Demi's Busi ness Advisory Committee o the University of Arkansas Col lege of Business Adminislra tion, according to Dean John P Owen. They are Fred Abrego. a Cer [[led Public Accountant and member of Couglas Walker Co Certified Public Accounl ants, of Fort Smith; Edwin C Kane of Little Rock, presiden ot the First National Bank o Little Rock; B. Roy Smith o Benlon. director of public rem lions for the Aluminum Com psny of America. Arknnse Operations ,at Bauxite; A., Warr of El Dorado, execute vice president and genera manager of Lion Oil Companj Henry C. Willms- i. phia, plant manager for II Reynolds Metal Company, Purposes of (he committc Dean Owen satd, are to provlc the dean w i t h "opinions ar advice on matters relating b u s i n e s s In , the slate recommend courses,.- progran and other educational activitl relevant to their areas of into est, provide assistance evaluating the program of tl College, and to help find ways to provide support .for the edu cational programs of the College. i ; FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS one of the popular exhibits in the Women's Division of the County Fair. Equally popular is the Extension Homemaker CJwb's bazaar where handmade items are sold to support the council's scholarship program. Coronary Care Training Planned For Technicians Complete School Seamen iinprcnllccs Mllo S. iIcKcn/ie son of Mr. and Mrs. klilo McKctizic of Gruvcttc at\d lunk E. Gardner, son of Mrs. Charles Astiworlh of Springdiitc. lave graduated f r a in the Davy's basic enlisted Sulmiar- nc School at Gi'oton. Conn. Pork Closely SYDNEY, N.S. (AP) -- Trie Motor Vehicles Act sys the distance between the curb ana the wheels of a parked car should bo six inches or loss.-Tickets are' being given to Owners ot cars parked seven inchM from the curb. SPRINGDALE--Registered emergency medical technicians vill begin a 17-week course in oronary care on Oct. 3, Fire 'hief Mickey Jackson said oday. The Instruction under the fan Arrested After High-Speed Chase Donald Koeppen, 27, of Route Lincoln was released from he Fayetteville City Jail Saturday night on bond of $3^4.25 .tier being arrested by .State 'olice on charges o! reckless Lrivlng and evading arrest. Trpoppr Charles Brooks said that. Koeppen was arrestec after his motorcycle was forcec off the road following a high speed chase about 3:20 p.m. Brooks said he observed Koeppen traveling at a high rate of speed on the Hwy. 71 bypass near the Hwy. 112 inter section. Brooks said he gavi chase and forced the motorcy cle into a ditch on Hwy. near the east Farmington city limits. Koeppen was not in jured. A small amount o damage was reported to th right side of Brook's patrol car The chase occupied in heavj traffic at speeds exceeding 9' miles per hour, Brooks said. irectlon of the Springdale lemorial . Hospital in-service raining program is being co- rdinated with the city's pur- hase of a mobile intensive care mbulance that will feature ad- anced coronary care. The ambulance, expected to rrive month in Springdale within a will be furnished only ith basic coronary care equipment, Advanced equipment will be mrchased later. Arkansas law loos not provide for trained jaramedics to operate the more ophisticated equipment and so nurses or doctors will have to ide fn the' ambulance in order o use the special intensive care equipment. ;':But with the. possibility .ot Legislation //endorsing ' paramedics, Springdale ambulance technicians will learn about coronary care equipment during the weekly Thursday.classes. .The EMT's will also undergo training in drug therapy and the whole coronary care con ccpt. Darlene Blngham, R. N. will.be one of the instructors in the program. UA Grad Wins Architect Prize Robin Young Borne, a 1974 graduate of the University of Arkansas School ··. of Architecture, has won second prize in the 19T4 Lloyd Warren Fellowship competition ' for architecture students sponsored by the National Institute for Architectural Education. · Borne worked 1 ,on. the competition desi'gn, "A Diplomatic Enclave in the People's Republic ot China" as a member of the fifth-year architectural design class of Professors Mort Karp and Steve Potter. Presently associated with Wellborn, Hardwlck, Henderson Architects of Little Rock, Borne will use the $1,000 prize for travel in France', Italy and the Netherlands. Borne, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Monte E. Borne of Flippin. The Little Rock architectural firm with which he is associated is currently designing the new Plant Sciences Building for the University at Fayetteville. Good Plan TORONTO CAP) -- Notice on a church bulletin board: "Work for the Lord. The pay is no much but the retirement plan i out of this world." Water Plentiful NORWALK, Conn. (AP) -Water is one natural resource that we'll never run out of," as- cording to Robert B. Hilbert )resident of the American Water Works Assn. ' "Unlike other natural re sources," says Hilbert, "we lave as much water available today as we did thousands of years ago. And we'll have just as much in 2074 as we have today." · · .1 · He noted that the increasing need to recycle -water is generally not because of water shortages. "Economically," he says, "it is more feasible to repurify and recycle water after it has been used once than to develop new water sources." Winner Gets Ready To Show Cattle Melissa Montgomery of t h e Highland Community, a winner last year, prepares f o r tliis year's fair. Melissa, de- spile her youth, has exhibited for many years and has. garnered many blue ribhon.i. She has been an exhibit nr in Hie Holstein-Friesari' dairy cattle. The Judging ot dairy cat- tle will start Thursday a n d the showmanship contest is set for 4 p.m. on the same date. (TBIESphoto by Ken .Good) Trooper Escapes Injury In Wreck State Police Sgt. Quimby Johnson escaped injury Friday morning when the car he was drjving was struck from behind Locomotive Named WAKEFIELD, England (AP) --: A steam locomotive on a preserved railway has been named "Eric Treacy" after the Bishop of Wakefield who is a railroad enthusiast. Dr. Treacy drove the steamer for five miles over the railway which runs over the North Yorkshire moors. ay another driver in the 800 block of North College Avenue. Johnson, 44,' of Springdale told Fayetteville police that he was traveling south on College Avenue at the time of the accident. He said he had slowed in heavy traffic when he was struck by a car- driven by Timothy J. Mulkey. 18, of 503 Virginia St., Springdale. M'.ilkey fold police thatAvhen he observed 'Johnson slowing down, he attempted to change lanes, but was unable to avok the accident. ; Funds Raised KANSAS CITY (AP) -- The $3 million needed to insure the construction of a $14.4-million center for the performing arts to be on the University of Missouri campus, has been raised by community leaders. The donated funds are in ad dilion to a $5-miHion gift frorr the R. CrosOy Kemper familj and a $6.25-rni!Hon appropria 4ion from the state legislature The university trustees appro prialed $50,000 for s i t e plans and the legislature added $150, 000 for additional planning. The facility will house thi Philharmonic Orchestra, Kan sas City Lyric Opera and Balle and Missouri and Vanguarc theaters. We Know You'll Enjoy Yourself At This Year's County Fair. The Washington County Farm Bureau Invites You To Attend WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR September 10th thru 14th Welcome To The Washington County FAIR SEPT. 10-14 You are also welcome to the Farmers Merchants Bank where they are proud that they have been able to help many, through the years, to progress and prosperity. WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR FAMILY OF HAPPY y, i^,v w v ^/ CUSTOMERS t ^3 \J^ / *L_ Join the 1 many Mitisfted people who know the convenience and eate ef bank- Ing the one-ttop way at Farm«r» Merchants Bank. Complete banking tervlee you need--promptly--in a butineulike, confidential manner. Farmers Merchants Bank 1 PRARIE CROVI, ARKANSAS DEPENDAftU SWVKf We Urge You To Attend THE WASHINGTON COUNTY We Offer You A MINT'SUP . . . AND THIS IS THE SEASON" We Offer Our SERVICES and EXPERENCE On Your FARM BUILDING PROGRAM --FEATURING--. ' QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS, PLUMBING-- ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, HARDWARE-- ROOFING-- PAINT, ' FIXTURES, Etc. in WE STOCK CREOSOTED POSTS 6Vz Feet Up to 20 Feet JONES LUMBER and SUPPLY COMPANY 'See Us Today for All Your Building Needs" Jones, Mgr. . Paul Prairie Grove Phone 846-2101 You Can Be Proud of What Your County Produced In The Field of Agriculture This Year. See for Yourself At The WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR SEPT. lOlh thru 14th CLUB FIDMMMrOHl WtUf AN ·^u * *-"-»T i f ---*^^~ FARM SERVICE COOPERATIVE

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