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September 14, 1974

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Dawn Hill Club Scene For Bridge-Luncheon SILOAM SPRINGS -- Thirly- fx bridge players from Siloam Springs and five area towns met in the Esquire Room at he Dawn Hill Country Cluh on Wednesday for a day of bridge nd a noon luncheon. During · the luncheon, Mrs. 'eggy Alexander, retiring pre ident. announced the new officers for the new year coming up Oct. 1. They are Mrs. Minerva Edmondson, Maysville, president; Mrs. Louise Green, vice- president; and Mrs. Lillian Wilcox, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. ISdmondson announced ler committees for the new year. Serving on membership vill be Mrs. Fannie Linn. Mrs. Suth Reasons and Mrs. Evelyn Brice; on the rules committee vill be Mrs. Roxie Gilbert of 3ecatur, Mrs. Marge Daves, Jecatur and Mrs. Leone Fisher, Siloam Springs. Serving on the yearbook committee will be Wrs. Chris Morrow, Mrs. Carol iteele, Mrs. Daisy Gentry and Mrs. Berta Carl, all of Gentry. Mrs. Margaret Allen, who recently became a new resident in the area, was welcomed as a new member. When play ended at 3 o'clock, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frances Morton, Decalur; Mrs. Sessler, Mrs. Aileen Hay and Mrs. Chris Morrow of Gentry. Low score prize was claimed by Mrs. Ruth Alexander, Siloam Springs. Hints From Heloise-Embossed Plisse Used For Sheets Dear Ileloise: I make pillow slips from embossed plisse for sheets f o r my baby's bassinet. I make Ihem long enough to fold the top under about four inches and pin on the underneath side of the bassinet pillow. I. pin rubber sheeting around the bassinet mattress and then put on my "pillow slip. W h e n baby spits up on them these slips may be washed and no ironing is required. After the baby has outgrown the bassinet, the . rubber sheeting can be cut to fit inside the pillow slip and put on the crib, crossways under the baby, with enough excess to · tuck under the sides. The rubber inside the pillow slip, saves changing sheets and laundering them! The pillow plisse slip is easy and quick to remove and washes beautifully. It looks much nicer than a plann rubber sheet on a baby Betty Fennelley If the men in your household lave nylon fishing line that is angled, save it! You can always get enough pieces from t to sew on buttons or torn slippers or whatever you need to jew t f i a t requires strong Aunt Mary Dear Heloise: If you have ever used a highly concentrated roll-on anti- pcrspirant you may havo noticed that crystals form on the screw-on top. This makes it very difficult to open. I discovered if you wilt put a little moisturizing .lotion on -he portion of the bottle where [he lid 'screws on, it will impede the formation of these crystals. Your bottle will then be easily Goldenrod Club Has Program On Myths Of Flowers Mrs. Joe Walker was hostess to members of t h e Goldenrod Club at her home Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J.A. Jarvis Dear Heloise: You recently printed a hint on writing local recipes, while on a trip on .postcards so you would have a file of scenes plus recipes from the places visited. I would like to enlarge on this wonderful idea and suggest you mail the postcard to yourself. Then you will have a valuable cancelled stamp plus the post office name and the date. Star Black as co-hostess. There were 21 members and a guest, Mrs. Margie McReynolds, present, nolds presented Mrs. McRey- the program, New Length Simple, loose, comfortable lines are the main theme running throughout Oscar lie la Renta's new. collection shown in New York Thursday. Model displays evening wear in silk taffeta with a matching shawl reaching 28 inches hclow the knee-the new length. (AP Wircnhoto) ; Center To Have Seminar The Arts Center of the Ozarks Is announcing a six-week work- dbop in printmaking which will begin Monday, Sept. 30 in the Frontier Room of the Arts Center. The course will be on six successive Monday evenings from 7:30 p.m. until 0:30 p.m., ' and will contain the basic printmaking techniques taught witli linoleum blocks and carving .- tools. Students will be encouraged · to make holiday items such as '·· C h r i s t m a s cards, notes, '_ wrapping papers and fabrics. Teachers, church workers and Scout leaders are invited to the workshop since this craft is readily taught to children and will offer opportunities to those who are looking for new craft ideas for children and youth. The printmaking workshop will be taught by Lynda Harris of Springdale, who received a bachelor of Art Education degree from Kansas University in Lawrence. She has tairght art in the public schools of Nebraska and Kansas and is ex- crienced as a printer and potter. Sixtli graders through adults will be accepted in the workshop. An additional afternoon session for students, is possible if enough interest is shown. More information may be obtained by contacting the Arts Center of the Ozarks. 216 West Grove Street, Springdale, or by calling 751-5441. Year Round Club Plans Junktique Year Round Garden Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Garland Melton Jr. with 25 members and three guests Mrs. Fred Crossett, Mrs. Garl and Melton Sr., and Mrs. Rick Guyton and Mrs. Royce Lans. ford, an honorary member, pre lent. New by-la ,s were distributee and it was announced that a work day at the Youth Center will be held Wednesday, Sept 18. It was decided to give $125 to help with landscaping at the Youth Center and plans were made for a Junktique show anc sale on Oct. 2. The club agreec to be in charge of publicity for the state daffodil show in thp spring. Reports were heart from each committee. Mrs. Winston Sloan presentcu the program on "cameos," art displayed a variety of style, and sizes. IXPIRT WATCH REPAIR , / W SWIFT S Four Seasons Club Hears Mrs. Walls "history and myths of flowers." Mrs. Nell Brown gave devo- | lions, and Mrs. Howard Liles, )residenl, reported on the fair jooth. She announced that the 'all board meeting of the Fort Smith District of the Arkansas Federation of Women's Club will be held at Bowen's'Restau- rant at 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 11. Mrs. Jarvis, Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Adrian Sanger will serve coffee at the VA Hospital in Dctober. Members made plans .o go on the Blanchard Cavern tour on Sept. 30. Mrs. Franz Allebach will be h o s t e s s for the October meeting. Members of Four Seasons arden Club met at the home f Mrs. J.D. McFarland Mon!ay evening and heard program on daffodils presented iy Mrs. Victor Watts. Mrs. Bob Johnson conducted le business meeting when vas decided to have a ru nage sale on Oct. 19. Mrs. A.G. Croxton will be ipstess for the Oct. 14 meeting. bed. Dear Heloise: After soaking and draimrg shredded potatoes for hash browns, it took so many paper towels to get them dry enough to fry. My husband suggested spin drying them in t n e washing machine. He said to put them in a piece of nylon net! Mrs. Ralph Johnston I laughed when T read your letter, Mrs. Johnston, Ever thought of squeezing 'em? I do. Heloise thread. opened at all limes. Regina Boyle, Dear Heloise: I work in a doctor's offico and adopted the plan of giving paid receipts in duplicate. Patients will then have one for their own records and one for i n s u r a n c e purposes il necessary. People really do appreciate this, .especially people on Medicare. It saves them the trouble of getting a copy made..It isn'l any extra work and if it was their gratitude would be wel- worth it. This should be a standard procedure in all doctor's and hospital receipts. Consideratior For Others Bless you, doll, for your thoughtfulness. Heloise Dear Heloise: We had a downstairs clothes closet that T made.into an even better storage closet. Usinp white household glue, I gluec the clip-type clothespins eigh inches apart across the slanted ceiling (where the stairs came down) and on the walls of tin closet. Marathon Ends With Awards Dinner Slf.OAM SPRINGS -- The iloam Springs Bridge Couples Marathon (husbands and wives) icld (heir awards dinner Monday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boyd. The group, 2 husbands and their wives, lave been meeting in matches Tor the past year, playing the matches in the evening. Monday night when they assembled, each brought a covered dish for '.he dinner. An evening of fellowship 'ollowed and the winners for the year were revealed. The winning team was Louise and Ernie Cabe of Westville, Okla.; second place honors went to Ken and Evelyn Brice of Siloam Springs; third place to-Maurice ind Lollie Derdyn, Siloam Springs; fourth place to Lloyd ind Dorothy Conley of Summers; fifth place to John and Aileen Hay,- Siloam Springs, and sixth place honors to Homer.and Roma Bynum. There are twelve teams in the marathon, and they resume monthly matches this month for another marathon round. Chairman for the coming year will be Mrs. Sam Boyd. Daniel A. Glaser, director of Day Services at Ozark Guidance Center in Springdale, attended workshops and conferences in conjunction with the As so- N e w AD Pi Alums Entertain Pledge Class Alpha Delta Phi Alumnae entertained the fall pledge class with a dessert party at the home of Mrs. Robert Davic Carter, 1341) Hope, this week. Special guests were the nev housemother, Mrs. France: Livie; chapter president, Mis; Diana Roberts; and pledge trai ner, Miss Patty Watson. The pledges entertained the Alumnae with various skits. Centerpiece on the serving table consisted of yellow ant white shasta daisies and pink carnations in a crystal epergne Mrs. Coy Kaylor Jr. presidec at the business meeting. The next group activity wil be a garage sale at the home of Mrs. Dave Albert, 1901 Aus tin. Proceeds of the sale wil: TT /or WOMEN Saturday, Sept. 14, 1974 Announcements served at 12 noon. Mrs. Marion Orton will speak on "recycling" in the afternoon. AH newcomers to the area are invited to attend. American Psychological cialion's Convention in Orleans earlier this month. Welcome Wagon C l u b will meet Tuesday at the Ozark Electric Hospitality Room on Wedington Drive. Beginning at 9 a.m. Cards will be played and a potluck luncheon will be Engineering Faculty Wives Club members and their families will have a potuck supper at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Ozark Electric Cooperative Corp. building. Members are asked to bring a main dish and either a salad or dessert as well as place settings. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. AVAnon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters IB ftectwnlcs line* 1B29 53) N. College . 443-2223 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4248 City Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room. 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Sorority Plans Rummage Sale At the M o n d a y evening meeting of Beta Sigma Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, in the home of Mrs. Frank Blew, yearbooks were distributed and plans for future meetings were made. A rummage sale was tentatively set for Sept. 21. Refreshment 1 ; were served. Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exclusive - September 15 famito Robert A. HrinU-ta T.ikci j ]. H,k Atralriutum Quiz-.WIiat DoYou Know About Vioay And'Worricrs"? Cookbook] Rfrfpc* ForlheManHho Cooks (or lu»t £3(1) t a BROS. PROUDLY INTRODUCE A Celebrity Cooks: "Born Tree's" Gary Collins: "I Miss Italian Food in Kenya!" "We have had some very good African jood here in Kenya, but jor the most part, we have European cooking. I miss Italian food particularly, because I love to cook." TV actor Gary Collins, is on location in Kenya filming his new series for NBC-TV "Born Free." When he left the U.S., he took along his wife, Mary Ann Mobley, Miss America in 1959, and his appetite. An amateur cook, he shares two of his favorite recipes this week with FAMILY WEEKLY: "Osso Buco" -- it starts with veal shanks and ends in a Dutch oven as a complete meal; and "Spinach Salad Supreme" --he makes it almost every night. You can try them yourself! 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