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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 17, 1974
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Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hevill of Rogers observed their t i f - ticlh wedding anniversary with a surprise luncheon at Lakeside Restaurant. A f l c r luncheon, members of t h e family and friends greeted the couple at the linuic of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Van Winkle in the afternoon. Mrs. Van Winkle Is their daughter. Open House For Parents To Be Held At School Parents attending the Asbell Parent Teacher Association open house Thursday night are invited to drop in to view the newly redecorated materials center. The Volunteer Library Mothers at Asbell Elementary School have spent the past two weeks rejuvenating the library facility. The former, somewhat drab furnishings, are wearing bright new coats of paint in colors of red, yellow and blue. Book character plaques hang on the walls, a red shag carpet has been provided for viewing the color television, and r e d ball fringe decorates the clean, starched curtains at the win dows. Tables and chairs are now red, yellow and blue, and a listening station which was about to be discarded is also painted in the three bright colors. Ironically, the catalyst for the redecorating project was an old, magazine rack discarded by the Materials Center in the Gold Room, the newer open- space area of the school, Mrs. Jeannie Parson, PTA library chairman, and Mrs, Ann Sim- mate, the librarian, who salvaged the rack for the library, agreed that the unsightly piece of furniture needed a new coat of paint. Mrs. Parson offferec to paint i t - a n d the-result ,was so dramatic that one improvement led to another. It has been a teamwork effort. Mrs, Shumate offered sug gestions and painting supplies Mrs. Emily Marti, principal, of fered encouragement and finan cing, and the library mothers offered their time and effort Not only did mothers work dur Ing their regularly schedulec times during the week, bul many donated extra time in or der to complete the job in time for open house Thursday even ing. Mrs. Parson and Mrs. Pat sy Bogan, the former librar. chairman, spent numeral hours on the project. Mrs Sondra Alderson painted t h e book character plaques which her husband made in his work shop. Other mothers helpini with the redecorating and t!i regular library program include Mrs. Jean Gilbert, Mrs. Janey Gayer, Mrs. Jean Rogers, Mrs Jean Patterson, Mrs. Alic Goodwin, Mds. Janet Cochran Mrs. Carol Young, Mrs. Sue Lanham, Mrs. Loretta Boy and Mrs. Betty Andrews. Sub stitute helpers, are Mrs. Mar; Ratcliff, Mrs. Nina Looper Mrs. Dirincla Skelton, Mrs. Bet tie Louis Hartman and Mrs Gail Brown. The colorful suroundings pro vide an appropriate almospher the interesting library pro ram the school offers. Not onlj students check out books hen they visit the library, they ave an opportunity to selec ·om a dozen different audio isual educational activities in he room. So exciting has tin rogram become that in a re ent survey of a third gracli ass, more tlian one-third o le students chose "library me" as their favorite act! ity...even more than recess. Assisting with the school's li rary prog rani is Mrs. Jan loore, audio-visual specialist a isbell. Mrs. Shumate and Mrs loore and all the library volun eers iiav'e big yellow and rer amelags that identify their uring the school day. Olhe mothers desiring to become i, ·olvecl in the volunteer prograrr re urged to contact Mrs. Pai on, Mrs. Shumate or Mrs lildred Lultrell, PTA presi cnt. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB BAPTIST FOHD Mrs. David Morkred, prcs dent, presided over the mectin attended by 19 members. Mr; Arthur Miller gave the prograr and presented a quiz. Picture of flowers club member planted in the early spring a City Hospital were shown an Mrs. Walthane Kirkpatrick tol of the joy the flowers ha brought residents of the Geria trie Center. Mrs. Dorothy Car ton of the program eommitte gave a report on upcomin programs. Hostesses were Mrs. Wild Wyman, Mrs. Frankie Soloma and Mrs. Gladys Smith. . A white elephant sale wa held with Mrs. Don Taylo ·ervlng as auctioneer. Mrs. E.A. Payto RUPTURE-EASER ' ·*·* NOW Inpnmll strort fym-finVj. vwlwW] Uffothr i c'ucibhTrKiUI ri«mi. ComW tai-kflap.SupiIn fror' Soft,flrtpoln f»d..N» tlMl oc leaBiJr ban*. UnmeVtfto M" for men, v.wrwn, chl Wrf n. E. Sid* Square Handy Help Your teen-ager's wh'ile fenni hoes will look clean longer · fau spray them with spra hem with . spray starch whe hey are new. After eac vashing, give them anothe coating of spray starch. Jfartlnwut -ArkrnisaH TT /or WOMEN Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1974 · t 5 Little-Essary Marriage Told Mrs. Joe Charles Twcedle of 'ayetteville makes known the ·Damage of her sister, Judy Sssary, to Richard E. Little. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ames Little of Atchinson. [an., and the grandson of Mrs. V.C. Rogers of Springdale. The Rev. Mr. Raines of Berry jrteet Baptist Church officiated it the home ceremony the eve- ling of Sept. 7. After a brief wedding trip in he Ozarks, the couple is at ionic in Springdale. Illinois Club To Siart Season Boston M o u n t a i n Chapter of he Illinois Club will have it's 'irst meeting of the fall anc vinter season at Wyalt's Cafe ,eria at 11:30 a.m. Thursday. All former residents of Illinois are urged to attend. They wil ae entertained by a musjcale ncluding duets by Louise Salmon and Nancy Jesses Woolen at the piano. This is an opportunity for 'ormer Illinoians. who an making Northwest Arkansa Mother's Club To Meet At Chapter House The executive committee of iie University of Arkansas Mother's Club meeting was held Mel ay at the Kappa Alpha 'heta sorority house with Mrs. Blanche Shocklcy, president, residing. Refreshments were crved by Mrs. Margaret Chan- icllor. Plans were discussed for the icw year's work, and it was nnouncecl that the general neeting of the club will be held .t 2 p.m. Thursday at the ligma Chi fraternity house with tfrs. Mary Chillicombe as hos- !SS. A t t e n d i n g t h e executive :ommittee meeting were Mrs. Shockley, Mrs. Chancellor, vice president; Mrs. Shirley Kelly, iecretary; Mrs. Irma Lee Jrown. hospitality chairman; Mrs. Lorette Cornwell, honor- their home, reminisce. to meet anc Shower Honors Bride-Elect Tde home of Mrs. Gran McCall Roberts was the seen for a bridal shower last Fridaj night honoring Miss Stephani Marie Moore, daughter of Di and Mrs. Harold Moore, am bride-elect of John Rowan. A pink umbrella', candelabri and a silver bowl of pink am blue flowers, carrying out th bride-elect's chosen colors, wa the focal point of the refresh inent fable. Approximately 6 0 guest attended. You Don't Have To Waste Food Dear Hcloise When I fed my baby from a baby food jar. I found that if she didn't finish the food at one mea!, by the next meal the rest of it had soupy consistency. I have been told that the baby's saliva breaks down the starch in the food. To compensate for this when reheated the food, I addec powered mashed potato mix just a tablespoon or two, to give it the desired consistency. Needless to say, previously opened baby food shouldn't be kept for more than a day or two in the refrigerator, but this idea kept me from throwing away half-empty jars. Mrs. John Gil: I know a little mother who sprinkles in a couple teaspoons of baby cereal, with the same results. Heloise ary member, and Mrs. Floyd, reporter. Alma Callers View Roses At Giles Residence Calling Sunday afternoon to view the roses in the garden of Mr. a n d Mrs. Frank iles, Walnut Grove Road, Farminglon, were Dr. and Mrs. Earl R. Garrison and Miss Ruth Morris of Fayetteville and Mrs. Izetta Gibson. Dr. and Mrs. Garrison a r e international Rosearians. After viewing the roses, Mrs. Giles served guests tea cakes and . coffee from demitasse cups she collected on a recent tour; .All were from-different states. She displayed a rose decorated plate she purchaser! in Portland, Ore., the City of Roses. Dear Heloise If you have made a covering for a large piece of f o a m rubber and want to slip thi rubber foam slips in easily, a large plastic bag and th rubber foam slips in easil. Leave the plastic on. Yoi can't tell it's there. Announcements Members of Preceptor Zela r Beta Sigma Phi will meet it 7:30 p.m. Thursday in t h e ome of Mrs. Bill Mabry on Vild Cherry Lane. Mrs. Wayne Tribble will be co-hostess. Asbell Parent Teacher Assp- iation Executive Council will lold its first fall meeting at p.m. Thursday in the school cafeteria. A brief business meeting w i l l b e followed b y open house and refreshments. All rooms will be open and teachers will be present to meet with parents. T h e Halloween Carnival and chili supper will be discussed at the business meeting. Chapter BH, PEG, will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Gerald Jones, 200 Holly. Mrs. Kenneth Ballenger will present the program. Chapter S, PEO, will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. George Branigan, 1776 Applebury Place. Mrs. Adams will be co-hostess. Ray Chapter K, PEO. will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Hall Logan. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. John M. Boyce and Mrs. Carroll Mitchell. Iris Garden Club will m e e t at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. C. F. Gorman 11 Elm Street. Uoot School Parent Teacher Association will hold its annual all meeting and norm house in he school cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. After a brief business meeting and refreshments, parents are invited to visit children's classrooms and talk with heir teachers. Personals Mrs. and Mrs. Mac Hambtalri of Farmington attended the Uazorback-Southern Cal foothill game in Litle Rock Saturday night. . . · The TIMES li On Top of The New* Seven Days a WeeVI Daily Calendar of Events \ Tonight American Red Cross, Chapter House, 4 p.m. ; Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Engineering Faculty Wives, Ozark Electric Hospitality Boom, 6:33 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapler No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters N «toctroalM i)nc« Iftt 530 N. College 443 For Your Prescription Nafrd* See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 4424240 City Parking Lot In Rear Wednesday Saquoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Iris Garden Club, Mrs. C. F. Gorman, I p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Keep Parsley Fresh To keep parsley fresh a n d green for many days, first wash it thoroughly in cold water. Drain and cut off stems. Place parsley in fruit jars with paper toweling and refrigerate. Make, sure: jar closed yery tight- l y . . , ; · · · : ' . ' , · ' · ANNOUNCING OUR 1 st Shewing* Autumn VALUES Videomatic19" Solid-State Pedestal Color TV This greal Magnavox value has en "elecUonfc ey* 1 ' that automaticalEy adjusts trie picture to changing room light so you gelideal viewing in any light, any room. And.ilhas the advanced Precfalonln-LInaTube System--foroplJmum performance and minimum service. 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