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Mrs. Mabry Hostess To Â·Sorority nniinni innmnnn an nun in in iinoniumiiiiiuiiu 11 mil iiiiiiiuniniiiiiiiiiuiniiiuiiiinnmnniiiiinf Mrs. Tisdale Honored Mrs. 1 Frank Broyles, right, pics ilk-ul of the Ozark Lil- eracy Council, pins a corsugc on Mrs. Lela Tisdale at a going-away party in her honor last Thursday afternoon in the EGA Conference Room. Mrs. Tisdale left Saturday (o make her home in Lillle Rock. She began her work with the Lau- hach Society in 1953 and 1ms hccn chairman of the Soulh Ccnlral District of National Affiliaiion of Literacy Advance, coordinator of the second regional conference which was held in Fayetteville, and coordinator for the second district meeting here. Site has been a lu[or anil niuslcr tutor and has organized 12 councils. The parly Â«-as held in conjunction with Ihc regular monthly meeting of the Ozark Literacy Council. (TIMES- photo by Ken Good) Mumhers of Preceptor Zcta of Bela Sigma Phi met Thursday in the home of Mrs. Bill Mabry on Wild Cherry Lane for Us second cultural mecling of the month. In the absence of Mrs. Frank Cumbic. chapter president, Mrs. Frank Wages presided by leading the opening ritual and conducting the business meeting. Â· Mrs. Mabry 1 ' was the program speaker and clioSe as her topic, "Collectible Bottles."-' Tracing the history of glass making, beginning with the year 1500 BC, Mrs. Mabry related a favorite slory concerning Ihe accidental making of the first glass bottle. Describing the interest of Egyptians who produced only all-colored glass, Mrs. Mabry said the first glow pot was not invented unlil 300 BC. In the years following, glass making progressed to Italy, and to other Mediterranean countries hcfoi-e it- "caught on"- in- England in the year : 1557 AD. - '"Â· In the United States during the Colony era "glass was a necessity rather than looked upon as cultural" Mrs. Mabry said. On display were a number of old and rare bottles which belonged to the speaker and to other collectors. Of interest were the "bitter" bottles, bottles with imprinted raised faces which usually lold- Ihe story of, a decacte", both polilical'and social, one bottle embossed with a rat to "alert persons, especially Ihe housewive that the bottle was filled with poison." In conclusion, Mrs. Mabry exhibited a rare cranberry decanter, a delicately handpainted family piece, which has been in her possession for many years. During the social hour, mem- lers were served ice cream and or MEN Monday, Sept. 23, 1974 Â·' 7 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 'The Frozen World," "Trie Great Thaw," Civilization Film Series,. Audio Visual Auditorium, UA Library, 3:30 p.m. and 4 : 30 p.m. Zfcla Tau Alpha Alumnae, Mrs. Bill Wliitfield, 6 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Evening Lions Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Paul Long, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Laugliiim of Elkins will observe (heir Goldun Wedding anniversary from 2 until 4:30 pjm. Sunday, Sept. 29, al their home. T h e coiiple Vs'as married Oct. 1, 1924 in Goslien and are the parents of five children, Mrs. Virginia Boatright of Fayctte- ville, Calvin Langham of 06- shen, Mrs. Belly Rulh Gohel of Elkins, Claud Langham of Faycltevlllc, ami Miss I'iitsy Langham of Elkins. They also have eight grandchildren a n d two great grandchildren. ndividually iced cakes, by Mrs". Mabry and Mrs. Wayne Tribble, co-hostess, from, a table draped n a gold linen cloth edged in malching-Iace. "Do Not Disturb" Is Bandage gn Dear Heloise: When my husband.and 1 were on our vacation last summer we really wanted rest and quiet. .We found a lovely motel apartment away from the downtown noise and right on the ocean. ; :Â· Â·'Â· .'Â·Â· 'Â· : - .The next morning about 6 a.m., there was the loudest banging on our door anybody ever heard. When I opened the door, there was a little fellow no older than 4 at the most. He looked very confused when he saw me and I toid him thought his room was the next one down. That afternoon the same thing happened at our nap time. The next morning the same again, same early hour. thing Thai afternoon when we went to the pool we made the ac quaintance of a little girl who was the little boy's sister. -Mi husband asked her if her broth cr knew what an adhesive bandage looked like and she said he did. so my husband sug gested she have her Mother pu' one on their door, since her brother could not read, and te! him to knock only on that door Well, it worked. The rest of our vacation was lovely am QUiCt - ' Mrs. H.R Dear Heloise: No soap dish, grooved or rid ged, lets the soap dry well, be cause it touches the soap Â· too large an area. I've found the answer. Place the soap on a stiff bristled handbrush. Then th soap rests on the bristles wil Births ir circulating freely, and the oap dries out nicely. Dr. H.L. Jear Heloise: Many housewives have typc- riters at home and make mis- akes when using them. First erase the mistake with typewriter eraser, blow, then gently rub some white chalk iver the spot. No marks left anywhere, and easily type over the Mrs. Lyn Ray Square Dance Club To Conduct Classes Dudes and Dolls Square Dance Club will begin the an- iual square dance classes Wed- icsday'at 7:30 p.m. at Asbell Elementary School Cafeteria, Married couples who are in- erested in learning how to quare dance are invited to :ome for the first few lessons it no obligation, Members feel ou can halk. Dear Hcloise: If your mixing uowls have gone the way m i n e have (to mixing bowl heaven), t r y cut ing a plastic bleach or vinegar bottle (the large on) off at us lie right height. Â· They make dandy mixe- bowls. The smaller vinegar plas ic bottles do the same for th' small mixing bowls. You can make them high as you wish. Marjorie M. Smith Folks, if you fill your bottles with hot water for about 1" minutes before cutting, you wil be amazed at how much easie they are to cut. Helois Personals Winfield McMurtrcy . ay for Hendrix Coll way where he will year student. Ac him were Andy Pre Mr. and Mrs. Jan of Memphis, Tenn., Lavender, son of i Ken Lavender of SMITH'S Communication 2 - W a y Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarter! la triedrunlci linn 1928 S20 N. Oollego For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 44Z-4Z48 City Parking Lot In ReÂ»r that those trying enthusiastic and become continue .he full 16 week course. After tjraduation, beginners are invited to join the club which has dances every Saturday nrght at ,he School. Lessons are conducted by caller Earl Jones who is assisted by members of the club and a fee will be charged. Persons desiring more information may call 521-7299. Announcements vCredit Women Will Elect Officers Fayetleville Credit Wdmen- 'nternational met last week at the Holiday Inn. : Mrs; Glendora Sharp presided at the business meeting. "Reports"of the state convention held in Pine Bluff, Sept. 6, 7, and 8 were, given by the 12 members who attended the meeting. A report was tlso given by the nominating committee chairman, Mrs. Margaret Wills, and election of officers will be at the next meeting, Oct. 2. Plans for installation bariquet are being arranged for Oct. 18. Thrift Tip To case cleanup after char- coaling on the grill or broiling in the oven, sprinkle detergent over the still-warm grill rack or broiler pan. Cover with wet paper towels. When cleanup time comes, there is no bother with scrubbing. A. W. McMurtrcy. M i s s Rhonda daughter of Mr. ane Shaffer of Farmington, former residents Dy left lo- ege in Con- be a third ompanying vitt, son of es Prewitt and Rob r. and Mrs iltle Rock, juests here other. Mrs. Shaffer, Mrs. Fred on, N. M., f Fayette- ater of Mr. r of Grcen- and, has entered New Mexico Slate University as a sophomore majoring in math and computer science. A spring high school graduate, she took the CLEP test and passed all 30 hours. She also received two scholarships, academic and panhellenic. EVEREST J E N N I N G S WHEELCHAIRS \3- FOLDS TO 10" eSji. lUNTAWtSAUB W?" Fayetlevllle DruÂ« E. Side Square Â«-73lS 0 Nm F VI B 0 Educ c c c c \ pital . f f niiiiiiiiii Tuesday Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Washington County Retired Teachers' Association, Cily Library, 2 p.m. Modern Literature Club, Mrs. Sam Ciegel, 3 p.m. Planning Commission, City Hall, 4 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic" Temple, 5 p.m. Nurthside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Fayetteville School Board, Administration Building, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Official Study Coarse for Legal Secretaries, Room 2 39, UA Education Building, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Open House, Fayetteville High School, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Chi Omega Alumnae, Chapter House 7:30 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Washington County Medical Assistants, Mcllroy Bank HosÂ« pitality Room, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. IINllljllilllilil li!]|l!lll]ni!|[llllffil!l!llillllHiilll!Mlllll Delta Gamma Alumnae will meet, at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. E. B. Bukey, 429 Walnut Street. All area Delto Gammas are invited to attend. Washington County Medical Assistants will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Hospitality Room of the Mcllroy Bank for a potluck supper and style show of uniform fashions. BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC. "Everything for the expectant mother ... and gifts for baby, too." 502 W. Emma Springdale ' 751-1474 Mrs. 9-5 Mon.-Saf. REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs.. William D, Fowler of Springdale, a son Sept. 18. , Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Hodges of Springdale a daughter, Tlr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor of Faycltcville, a son, Sept. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Dougan of Fayelteville, a son, Sept. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Peoples of Springdale, a daugh tcr, Sept. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Klein of Fayetleville, a son, Sept. 18. Mr. and Mrs David 0. Bea vers of Rogers, a son, Sept 19. . Mr. and Mrs. .William F, 'Smith of Fayelteville, a daugh ter. Sept. 18. Mr. and Mrs. William L Wcdekind of WInslow, a son Sept. 19. 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