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Mrs. Desmarais Is Appointed New Director Barbara Taylor Desmarais, the recently appointed director of human relations at the University of Arkansas Fayelteville campus, has taken up her duties: Mrs. Desmarais, who formerly was an assistant professor of English at the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, is charged with administering the University's Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Oppor tunily Programs, and also will work in the entire area of of human relations. Dr. Charles E. Bishop, University president, said that Mrs. Desmarais had demonstrated at the University of Wisconsin "her ability to work with and bring together d i v e r g e n t groups." She was chairman of the school's Affirmative Action Committee. Dr. Bishop s a i d that any members of the University Community faculty, staff or students, who wished to discusb any matters with her could con tact her by calling 575-550B. Her office is in room 422C of Administration Building. llKinillllllllllllllllllllllllllM Â·J or VVOMEN Wednesday, Sept. 25, 1974 ft 9 Announcements Sigma Nu Wives and Mothers Club will have a polluck luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Ralph Goff Jr. Mrs. J. W. Cain will be co-hostess. All Sigma Nu mothers and wives in the area are invited to attend. here will be games and con ests. This is a kick-off of membership drive. Iota Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota will meet at 7 p.nii Thursday in the home of Mrs. Jamie Jones Jr. the TAKES UP DUTIES .. .as director of human relations at the University of Arkansas Zeta Alums Honor Pledges At Buffet New pledges of Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha were honored by Zeta alumnae members Monday night at the home of Mrs. Bill Whitfield, Highway 180. A fall floral arrangement centered the buffet table as'well Dear Heloise: I have had very good luck '; with removing the perspiration odor from my clothes in summer by using a pre-spray product. I do use an anti-perspirant but still have ' a problem, especially in warm weather, ,' and this was such a boon for Â· me. I also use it on my husband's work clothing." . .'Â· ' Â· ' "Mary" Â· Dear Heloise: '; I had part of a large jar of ; instant tea mix that had har- Â· dened because of dampness and this is what I did. I put the jar in a pot of hot water. After the jar got warm . I then covered the contents wit! Â· hot water. Result instant tea Â· mix syrup. It mixes better with cold or hot water and is easier to use . than crystals. I keep it in the refrigerator in case it coulc spoil. It also works with instan coffee. Kelvin Meetze Dear Heloise: I have been married for l'/4 years. Thanks to'my ingeniou husband I have not had to fran tically search everywhere in our house for a rubberbam when I needed one. Nor have I reached into m; catch-all drawer for a pencil pliers, screwdriver, etc. am battled with a wad of rubber bands which entwined them selves around these gadgets. My husband's hint is to tak all the rubberbands and hani_ them around the inner dooi knobs of the doors to the kit chen, the sewing room and th utility room. It's easy to grab just on rubberband or as many as yo need. They aren't unsightly -they're convenient. Mrs. Gerald Haugh ' Dear Heloise: Wonder how many ladies us shredded foam to stuff pillows toys ets. and find it very dis concerting when the stuff stick to your hands and arms? I have found a remedy, wash my hands and arms fabric softener. Do not dry o . Â» towel, but rub them until dry Works real slick, no slu clinging to hands and arms. Mrs. F. Byron Smit Dear Heloise: . Â· Â· s For your economy gardeners You might well remind Ihen Just now, the "gone-to-seed bloom stems In iheir gree onions are more flavorful to ea than the green onions- them selves, and they go togethe well. Cut in. short rings the are one of the best pickups f tossed and other salads.. When.pulling onions.from:th garden;, these should 'be 'pulle first as they grow faster, ar split at lhe;roots and make th poorest keepers when they ar full grown''due.to the. Split en and the easy entrance of deca D. D. Daw's o Dear Heloise: How many people know th If you put a paper towel a large strainer,'it work's pe fectly to strain ? deepfry oil rough or meat fryings. ff oil Is hot, it will gothroug faster. Jo Ann Kenda Seminars Get Under Way At University "Women in Literature," one of two 12-week seminars being held on the University of Arkansas campus this semester, Northwest Arkansas Cattleman's Association and Ozark SowBelles will have the annual barbecue at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Otwell Ranch at Tontitown for members and guests. A Western swing band will provide music for dancing and has changed from 7 p.m. meeting lime 6:45 p.m. on individual tables throughout e house. Following dinner, pledges troduced themselves and itertained with songs and a ort skit. Special guests were Janet Decker, house- other, a n d Mrs. David jllon; who is serving as edge advisor for the current ear. Chairmen for the dinner were rs. Bill Breazeale and Mrs. ahlon Gibson. In a meeting, conducted by rs. Joe Krelchmar, alumnae resident, plans were formu 1 ted for a garage sale to be ;ld in October with proceeds sed to purchase equipment for e Washington County School r Trainable C h i l d r e n . A iport was heard from Mrs. eorge Simpkins on other ossible moneymaking projects. Nov. 2 has been 1 set as the ate for the annual luncheon nd fashion show for alumnae, [Other's club members, actives nd pledges of Epsilon chapter nd Fayetteville Country Club ill be the scene this year. The ommittee in charge ot this vent is composed of Mrs. Joe red Starr, Mrs. Fulton and drs. Morriss Henry. Plans were also discussed for n informal coffee honoring /Irs. Decker in late October in he-home of Mrs. Tom Lewis. Tuesday nights in Room 229 of the Graduate Education Building. Dr. Carol Lindquist, assistant professor in the Department of English and instructor for the non-credit course, said the text for the weekly studies is "Images of Women in Literature," a collection of short readings "mostly drawn from mtemporary fiction." Dr. Linquist extends an invitation to women in the community to join the class. "We'd like more members, but we have a splendid age spread, women from 20 to 70 years of age are in our group." The other 12-week seminar, "American Women: T h e .Changing Mystique" with Mary Cochran as convenor, meets each Wednesday night in Room 239 of the Graduate Education Building. Both series are sponsored by the University's Division of Continuing Education. Further information may be Sorority Meets Alpha Sigma Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha recently held a Coke party at the hospitality room of First National Bank in Springdale. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Loyc Samuels, Mrs. Walter Stamps and Mrs. Roy Bradley. Guests were Mrs. George McDuffy, Mrs. Thomas Tabor and Mrs. Ben Hendrix. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and. Mrs. John C. Vol mar of Fayetteville, a soi Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Deanie R Wright o f . Springdale, a sor Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy L. Morri of Bentonville, a son, Sept. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R Cornwell of Fayetteville daughter, Sept. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Rex B. Curt of Springdale, a son, Sept. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Hal W. Dav of Fayetteville, a daughte Sept. 22. Mr. and Mrs. : Frankie P. D John of West Fork, a son, Sep 22. Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. La ta of Fayetteville, a daughte Sept. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy R. Pe frey of Fayetteville, a son, Sep 22. Mrs. Ballenger Performs For PEO Chapter Chapter BH of the PEO slerhood met at the home ot Irs. Gerald Jones, 200 Holly, r the first meeting of the fall ast Thursday. The vice president, Mrs. alter Brown, presided at the usincss' meeting in the ab- cnce of the president, Mrs. Valler Burdio. Yearbooks for ic coming year were dis- ributed by the chairman, Mrs. "'avid Meldrum. ' The morning's program was resented by Mrs. Kenneth lallenger, who discussed the ife of an American composer nd performer, Edward Mac )o\vell, and then entertainer he group by playing one ol lis sonatas, "Eroica." She con :luded her program by showing ;lides of the recent trip ot tlv Jarkeltes to Europe. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB .STONY VALLEY Mrs. Jerry Hinsaw, vice pre to members of the club las week with Mrs. Hans Hacklan er as co-hostess. Mrs. R.O Gooden of Alexandria, Va., wa a guest. A covered dish luncl eon was served at noon. Mrs. Jerry Hinshaw, vice prs ident, presided in the absenc of the president, Mrs. H. ," Heckel when 17 members an; wered roll call. The prograr was presented by Mrs. H. i, Russell who reviewed the book "The Greatest Salesman in th World," by Og Mandino. The October meeting will 1 held at the home of Mrs. Jii Higgins. Virginia Burdic Reporte : raternify Group Elects' Mrs. Tom Pearson Jr., was ccted president of Sigma Chi ives and Mothers Club l a s t riday morning at a meeting " the group at t h e chapter house. Mrs. Carie Buckley was named secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Mary Challacombe, housemother, thanked the club on behalf of the men of Sigma Chi for their help and support during the past year. Daily Calendar of Events 'onight "The Frozen World," "The Great Thaw," UA Library Audi- orium, 4:30 p.m. Daughters o[ Demeter, Arkansas Union, 6:30 p.m. Delta Gamma Alumnae, Mrs. E. B. Bukey, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters !Â· electronics line* Utt 520 N. College 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- M2-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Thursday Farmer's Market ,01d Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Maple Hlils Garden Club Plant Sale, Mrs. J. E. McClelland, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. to noon Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, Conference Room, 9:39 a.m. Fayetteville Council of Garden Clubs, City Library, 10 a.m. Alfrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Cilizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Marion Chapter, DAR, Mrs. R. J. Brighlwell, 1:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Iota Conclave, Kappa Kappa Iota, Mrs. Jamie Jones Jr., f p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. "Meet The Candidates Night," Battlefield Park, Prairie Grove, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. obtained by telephoning Dr. Guy Nelson, Division of Continuing Education, at 575-3604. members for this Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. lommittee vent are lordon Long, Mrs. Arthur Gabriel, Mrs:, Fred Hanna Sr., liss Debbi Lewis and Mrs. iretchmar. Other guests at Monday ight's supper were members f the Springdale alumnae hapter. Mrs. Haney Entertains Sorority Gamma Xi Chapter of Beta igma Phi members held the irst meeting of the year last *eek in the home of Mrs. Janelle Haney, president, who ed (he chapter in the opening itual. Mrs. Kathy Logue, yearbook c h a i r m a n , distributed n e w books for the coming year. The rays and means chairman, Mrs. Neila Gilbrealh, reported on the Christmas bazaar which s planned Â· for the Mall. Workers were also assigned for he concession stand at Razor- jack Stadium which the chapter las had for the past four years. Also discussed were p i a us to entertain rushees presented by Mrs. Regina Gable, vice president. Mrs. Haney presented the program on "manners," and Â·served refreshments. Special guests at beginning day were Nancy Harris, Millie Nelms and Gail Reed. Mark McMurtrey Is Awarded Rank Of Eagle Scout Mark Earl McMurtrey, son of Mrs. A. W. McMurtrey of Fay- elteville, was 'awarded Eagle Scout rank at a Court of Honor recently at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church. He .is a member of Troop 100. Ervin Wagnon is scoutmaster. His service project was to organize, direct and execute a cleanup program at Elkins Middle Fork bridge on High way. 16 East, twin bridges on Highway 45 East, Walker Park and City Park. The first Eagle Scout since forming Troop 100 last year un : der the sponsorship of St. Joseph's Catholic Church Men's Club. Mark was honored at a potluck supper served to family members, friends and members of the troop. Col. Harold Perry spoke on the s t e p s leading to Eagle Scout, the highest award in scouting, and said that "it is earned by approximately one pe? cent of t h o s e who start scouting." A cake decorated with the Eagle emblem was cut and served 'by the new Eagle Scout. Other awards were presented to Mark Draper, second class scout, and David Bell, conservation skill award. Great news for mothers of cavity-prone children! Most children don't brush properly or often enough. That's why the dental scientists at Lever Brothers invented a new fluoride dentifrice called Aim. If you have children, read on: Most cavities happen between the ages of five and fifteen. You're a conscientious parent. You make your children brush with fluoride toothpaste. You don't question fluoride's effectiveness. But they still seem to get more cavities than they should. Why? Gould be your children have poor brushing habits. Could be they eat too many sweets. And they probably don't brush properly or often enough. Surveys show the average child ^brushes less than 30 seconds at a time. How new Aim encourages children to brush longer. Dentists have long stressed that there's no better cavity prevention than brush. ing. Even a fluoride toothpaste can't fluoride formula with flavoring compounds known to be especially appealing to children. The results were astounding. In tests with 1,300 children, Aim was preferred 2 to 1 over the leading fluoride toothpastes. And chances are, the better your child likes his toothpaste, the longer he'll brush. Why new Aim is a gel. The speed at which a toothpaste dissolves is called the "Dispersal Rate." Because Aim is a gel, not a paste, it But many mothers are concerned about abrasion. So Lever designed new Aim to be among the lowest in, abrasion of all leading toothpastes. Aim has stannous fluoride, the proven cavity-fighter. A child in the cavity-prone years needs all the help you can give. Be sure his, toothpaste contains fluoride. Stannous fluoride has 'been re- Sorority Plans Birthday Party Members of Xi Alpha Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met this week in the home of Mrs. Billie Blatt Cramer as with Mrs. co-hostess. Kay Mrs. 'Tickled Pink' Theme Of Sale By Alfrusans Mrs. Virginia' Cammack, president, who ? has just returned from, a trip to WashingT ton, p. 'C., ^Pennsylvania and Virginia, conducted the meeting of Altrusa Club last week in the Razorback Room of the Downtown Motor Lodge. The program on international relations was presented by Marilyn Bel!. Plans were made for the annual "tickled pink" sale, a rummage sale, on Oct. 5, which will be held in the American Legion Hut. One hundred per cent alien Jack Merget, a transferee from Vista, Calif., was a guest. Plans were made to have a birthday party in September for residents of Sunrise Manor when Mrs. Sharon Harriman will be chairman. The cultural program, "how to say it," was presented by Mrs. Pearl Galloway. Using audio-visual aids, Mrs. Galloway emphasized the uniqueness of each person's voice pattern and surprised members by recording the business portion of the meeting for play back and discussion. Refreshments were served by the hostess to the 16 members present. The Oct. 3 meeting-will be held in the home of Mrs. Ellen Smith. do its best if a child brushes too briefly or too infrequently. That's why Lever enhanced Aim's, has an exceptionally fast dispersal rate. This means when a child brushes with Aim it spreads its good taste faster than paste in the normal brushing time. Unique gel formula is low in abrasion. In order to clean teeth, all toothpastes must be somewhat abrasive. That's how they keep teeth clean. searched more thoroughly than, any other anti-cavity ingredient. Aim has the precise amount of stannous fluoride established as effective by dental authorities in reducing tooth decay. Ask your dentist about Aim; Add it up: A flavor to promote better brushing. A gel that disperses faster and is low in abrasion. The precise amount of fluoride established as effective by dental authorities. So,ifyouhaveacavity-pronechild, ask your dentist about Aim, dance in Octobe'r the club. Bride-Elect .Honored Miss Ann Rider,' bride-elect of Kenneth David Bright, was honored with a drop-in bridal shower .In the home of, Mrs. Fam Johnson recently. Friends and relatives came between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. T h e bride-elect's chosen Is a goal of colors of blue and green were Icarried out in decoations. Take Aim against cavities!