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September 11, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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JfartbtDfBt Arkansas TTT VV -/or OMEN Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 11, 1974 Seminars Series For-About Women Are Scheduled A series of seminars and conferences for and aomil women will begin nl the University of Arkansas Tuesday and Wednesday. Sept. 18-19, under (lie sponsorship of the University's Divi- sioin of Continuing Education. Dr. Guy Nelson, director of the Conferences and Institutes Department, said the two work- Let Expert Preserve Paintings By VIVIAN BROWN If you want to preserve a fine painting, better not try to clean it yourself. Some amateur dab- blc'rs have ruined paintings by using their own concoctions or tricky cleaners like turpentine or cleaning fluids. Cleaning and care of art shops will run for hvo hours each Tuesday and Wednesdaj light over a 12-week period. In order to attend, persons are required to pay a fee for each of the seminars, in ad : vance, Dr. Nelson said. The series is open to both men and women. "Women and Literature'.' is the theme of the Tuesday nighl workshops, to be held in Room 229 of the Graduate Education Building. Dr. Carol Linguist, assistant professor in the De partment of English, will teacr the non-credit course, which will be offered for credit in the spring. "American Women: The Changing Mystique" is t h title of the Wednesday night pro grams. The workshops will -b in Room 239 of the Graduat MRS. RICHARD CHESTER HARDING -.. .ttas Miss Linda Joy Ziser be/ore her marriage at St. Jhomas Aquitias Church in FmjetteviHe Miss Linda Ziser Is August Bride Miss Linda Joy Ziser, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Maurice Ziser. of Fayetteville, became the bride .of Richard Chester Harding., son of Col., and Mrs. Robert C. .Harding of Fayette : ville and Las Vegas Nev., in an afternoon ceremony Saturday, Aug. 17, at St. Thomas Aquinas Church. The Rev. Robert Dienert and t h e Rev. Edward L. Salmon Jr., rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, performed the double ring ceremony befpre the altar decorated with a silver and crystal bowl holding an arrangement of yellow, lavender, blue and pink flowers. : Mrs. Homer Crow, organist, presented a program of nuptial music. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a w h i t e organza gown with re-embroidered Alencon lace. The high neckline wes trimmed with lace entwined with satin ribbon and the long sheer re - embroidered sleeves had a matching band. The A-line skirl with fitted bodice was fitted at the waistline with a hint of tiny tucks. Lace defined, the hemline of., her gown which fell into a full chapel train. Her veil o illusion was secured by a head piece of pearls, lace and ribbon to match her dress and she carried a bouquet of y e l l o w roses and baby's breath. Sorority Year Gets Under Way Delta Chapter of Alpha Delf: Kappa met last week at the home of Mrs. Robert Waldren Nineteen members and a guest Mrs. Larry Douglas of Spring dale, were present for a informal session which include a business meeting presided o\ cr by the new president, Mrs Claude Woods. Mrs. Woods outlined plans fo the coming year and announce standing committees. It was th decision of members to host th fall district meeting to be hel in October or November. Mrs. Electra Smith was charge of the program with 10 lowed a patriotic theme an was in keeping with the up com ing National Bi-Centennial eel bra lion. At the close of the busities session, refreshments w c r served by the hostess, assiste by Mrs. Albert Jewell and Mr Archie Knight. Miss Angela Ziser was her ster's maid of honor and wore pale blue organdy dress with halter top. The high neckline as trimmed with white em- :oidered flowers. O v e r her fpylclers she wore a matching la'wl, a white wide-brimmed at, and carried a bouquet of ummer flowers. Charles Harding, brother of he bridegroom, was bis best lan. Andrew Ziser, brother of bride,and John Faulkner, h e bride's brother-in-law, erved ?.s ushers along with Edward Harding and William Warding, brothers of the bride- room. Mrs. Ziser w o r e a pink ·gaudy dress accented w i t b ny green and w : hile em- roidered flowers. She wore a orsage of pink roses and aby's breath. Mrs. Harding ·ore a blue knit dress with a matching jacket and her cor- age was of white roses. A reception followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip, the The TIMES h On Top of Th* News S«ven Days a Week 51/4% 53/4% 6Yi% work is a delicate process that requires expert attention, insists Jean Volkmer, who heads _ ,,..,,. up the conservation department as"co-venors.° of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Even good books on the subject are likely to have more "don'ts" than "dos," she observed. "It is generally safe to use a| soft brush on a painting it you want .to dust it as we do here," she says. "Other than that, the best thing you can do for your art is to give it proper environment." Anyone with a big investment in art no doubt keeps it in an air-conditioned atmosphere -ideally where the humidity is controlled and the air is filtered, she explained. Temperature is "a partial factor" but too high humidity can cause mold on works of art that are done on paper. And oil paint ings can dry out in hot, drj rooms.' She has seen some, paintings that have been scorched by fireplaces. Home cleaning of paintings "is a dangerous Operation.". Certain pictures have water soluble grounds and can be ruined even with water, which might seem harmless. Then, too, the layman's eye may not recognize the feathery cracks in a painting and the adhesion could be loosened between the paint film and its ground, or sunnort. Ideally one should keep paintings away from radiators and away from wide open windows with atmospheric changes, dust and other pollutants offering a Education Building with Mar Cochran, women's program adviser for the Arkansas Union and Dina Cagle of Fayeltevill Both programs will begin a 7 p.m. and conclude at 9 p.m. Also, in November, the Equa Rights Amendment will be seminar subject on the evenin, of Nov. 22 and the morning c \ov. 23. Sponsored by the Asso ciated Women Students, th 5RA discussions will coincid with a visit to the campus b Representative Shirley Chi holm of New York. The exac time and place will be announc eel later. A registration fe will be charged. Further information may obtained 'by calling Mary Coc ran at 575-5001. Hegistratio forms may be obtained. fro Dr. Nelson's office. Garden Club Meets At Bella Vista Members of Dcmcter Garden lub members met for luncheon i (he Clubhouse at Bella yista ist 'Thursday:'' Co-hostesses ere Mrs. D. A.: Downey ami Irs. 0. E. Caviness. A short business meeting fol- owed when colorful yearbooks vere distributed and -the pr'o^ ;rams' for the -year were re- 'iewed by Mrs. Downey. The next meeting will be at :30 a.m., Oct. 3, at the home f Mrs. F. D. Miner. A work- hop to make burlap flowers ill be conducted by Mrs. Troy lendricks. Candy Stripers Honored Approximately 75 guests and Candy Stripers were present at the fourth annual Candy Striper banquet held at the Holiday Inn last-Friday night. Candy Stripers are teen volunteers who :ontribute their, time and service r to' -Washington? Regional Medical Center in various capacities. Lpn Esles, administrative assistant for personnel, was master of ceremonies. Mrs. C. Thetas Get Grant For Project K. Jones, Washington president Regional of the Medical Center Auxiliary, was in charge oE arrangements tor .the banquet. Guest speaker 1 .was Dale Ducple, acting" hospital ministrator, who spoke on ad. . 'professionalism" as related to a real concern for another human being. ' · · · · ,. : ' -. H.D. McCarty, pastor of Unr versity Baptist Church and a membeKot the ''hospital board of 'governors, gave' the invocation. . Special guests were Mrs. ·, Kay Fink, director :,of Uirsing; Mrs. Wilma Spies arid Mrs.. Mimi Mathis, directors 'of hservice education; Mrs. Judy Maloiie and Mrs. Carolyn Prater, members of the hospital staff; and Joe McKim, president of the hospital board of governors, and Mrs. McKim. Mrs. Mary E. Ryan, director of volunteer 'services, presented awards'! ia 32 Candy Stripers who.have given a total of 3,625 summer' program for teenagers, both boys and girls. Members of the first year Candy Striper program, who received red, white, and blue pins with bars listing the number of hours of service Were Belinda Bicrwirlh, A $1,000 grant from the Theta Foundation will be presented to Cappa Alpha Theta sorority Thursday at 1 p.m. at the In- ant Development Care Center at Douglas and Leyerclt streets. The grant is being presented as a -result of a sorority project n which Kappa Alpha Theta members donated time to clean nd paint the facility. According to sorority sopkes- man Sally Kirby. 11 grants vere presented this year by the oundation. The $1.000 grant which will be presented Thurs- HOMEMAKERSpBS aiuiiuniM day is the only awarded to a Northwest Arkansas sorority this year. Announcements Ballroom Dance Club of Springdale 'will meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the American Legion Hut in Springdale. EXTENSION EVANSVilXE Eleven members and a guest, Mrs. Mary H. Gilbert, Extension Home Economist, attended ;he Friday afternoon meeting called to order by Mrs. Eva Gay Goldman, president. Lap robes to be given to the Stilwcll Nursing Home were turned in. Mrs. Gilbert talked will he hostess for the Oct. meeting. on "what is a and announced that the County Council meeting will be held in Fayetteville on Oct. 24. Mrs. Martha Gyles and Mrs. Patricia Bellamy were hostesses. At the Friday, Sept. 27, meeting, members are asked to bring a quilt pattern and quilt scraps. Mrs. Pearl McReynolds Mrs. John Davis Garden Clubs Year Round Garden Club wil meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Garland Melton Mrs. Harold Clinehens will bs. co-hostess and Mrs. Winston Sloan will present the program "Another Arb Form, Cameo Jewelry." On Wednesday, Sept 18, the club will have a work day at the Fayetteville Boy's Club. Members are asked to be there at 9 a.m. with clippers shovels and other "work" ar tides. . 25 hours; Sanril Carson, 150 ours; Robin Chisrri, 150 hours; lathy Co'bb, . 100 hours; Beth Douglas, 108 hours; Brcnda r ie)ds, 150 hours; Hee-Young im,-100 hours; Clair .Keegan, 00 hours; Kalhy Kirby, 75 lours; Terri Kirk, 100 hours; Jen Lierly, 125 hours; Beth Jner, 175 hours, Susan Painter, 25 hours; Connie Papinan, 100 lours; Daren Patrick, 150 lours; Nancy Pennington, 75 lours; Cathy Robinson, 100 lours; Allison Rodman, 75 iours; Malinda Rullcdge, 75 lours; Lucia Scott, 75 hours; Patti Smith, 100 hours; Elizabeth: York-, 150 hours, all of Fayetteville; Marilyn -Crouch, and Kathy iVest of West' Fork, 175 hours ;ach; Zane Markharii of Elkins, 75 hours; and Katherinie Emerson of Prairie Grove, 225 iours. John Pearson, of Fayetteville, a Pin Striper in the summer program, recieved a pin denoting his 100 hours of volunteer services. : ', Senior Candy Stripers with two years of service received bars listing the volunteer hours. They arc Marie Clinton, 200 hours; Linda Dolan, 100 hours; Laura Lane, 200 hours; Debbie Neighbors, 225 hours; and Lee Anne Waite.'ISO hours. Billy's Maternity Shop "Everything for the expectant mother" 502 W. Emma Sprtngdale Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital,' 8 p.m. Al-Anon, V A Hospital, 8 p.m. . . . . . . . · ' A New Evening Of Mime. Fine Arts Gallery, 8 p.m. threat-to art. The danger from pollution has been. .observed recenty in the museum's sculpture garden,, she. remarked. Even 1 ah' air conditioner must be kept clean to insure that a dirty filter will not bring dirt back into the room. Sculpture, especially wood pieces made iti a moist climate can shrink and crack unless enough moisture is provided and these may require the use of humidifiers.. Not long ago. Miss Volkmer and her staff had the exciting task of cleaning' "Guernica," the large Picasso painting that had been sprayed with paint by a vandal. It taxed her decades of experience with the museum. "Fortunately about 89 per cent of our collection is varnished. We can apply it in a way that doesn't change the ap- SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters IB eJectranlcs since 192fl . · 5M N. College 443-E23 For Your Prescription Needi See Ui QUAKER DRUG K E. Center - 44W2« City Parkins Lot In Rear Sears! Save ®80! ouple will make n FayetteviHe. their home pearance of the The Picasso is paint surface. one of those. That meant a solvent could be used which would remove the varnish and along with it the paint spray," she 'explained. Thursday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a'm. till noon Maple Hilis Garden Club, Mrs. Eugene Sauls, 9 : 30 a.nu · Allrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Year Round Garden Club, Mrs. Graland Melton, 1 p.m. Senior Cilizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Pelunia Garden Club, Mrs. Ann Lauderdaie, 1:30 p.m. Mildred Lee Chapter, UDC, Mrs. Margaret Lee, 2 p.m.: Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. Wieght Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. . Ozark Literacy Tutor Training, Central United Methodist Church, 7 p.m. till 10 p.m. Pollution Control Committee, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Engineer Wives, SWEPCO Hospitality Room, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hail, 7:30 p.m. League of Women Voters, Fayetteville Library, 8 p.m. ram We have t savings program and Interest rite to meet your need*. 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