Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 1, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 1, 1974
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OMEN Responsibility Emphasized For Women The ninety members ot Fay- c 11 e v i 11 e AAUW welcome women interested in affiliating with this branch by transfer from other brandies throughout the world or joining AAUW. The meeting was concluded in Roberta Fulbright Library, 217 E. Dickson at 1:30 p.m. today. Uniting for practical ecluca- ional work, four areas of public nterest challenge women to continue' their education and to contribute to the community, cultural interests, education and International relations. Fellowships are available in recently added program entitled "Project Renew" for women who wish lo renew 01 resume formal study at levels below the doctoral degree. Unti now, fellowships have beet awarded to women for studs beyond the doctoral program. Interested persons may tele phone 521-6261 for further infer mation. Business-Professional Women To Have District Conference The Northwest Arkansas Dis- Conference of Business Professional Women's Clubs will be held in Kayctlc- ville Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 5 and C, at the Holiday Inn. District officers are Olhclia Paul ot FaycUeville, director; Ida Kissell, vice director; and Cynthia Henderson, secretary. The Fayetteville club will be hostess when the theme for the conference is Women Helping Women. Registration will be from 12 noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, followed by afternoon workshops. Mayor Russell Purdy NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES MRS. OTHELIA PAUL . . .Northwest Arkansas District Director of Business and Professional Women's Clubs Hints From Heloise-Here's A Hint To Gobble Right Up Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jack Killgore Sr., ot Fayetlcville announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynue, to Carl A. Crow Jr., sou of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Crow Sr., of Hot Springs. Miss Killgore is the granddaughter of Mrs. W. G. Stigle'r and the laic Congressman Stigler of Siigler, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Killgore of Oklahoma City. H c r fiance is the grandson of the lale Mr. and Sirs. J. A. Hale of Ilazen and Alhcrt M. Crow o! Tulsa and the late Mrs. Crow. Miss Killgore is a graduate of Heudrix College where she was a member of Cardinal Key, Mu Phi Epsilon music sorority and ihe Hendrix Choir. She serves as the national secretary of Cardinal Key and tcacheg music at Jefferson School in Fayetteville. The prospective bridegroom also graduated from Hendrix and is presently a student at the University . of Arkansas School of Law. He was vice president of the Hendrix Student Body, a member of the Slndent Senate, Blue Key and (he Brass Choir. He was listed in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. The wedding will be at 4 u.m., Dec. 29, at Central United Methodist Church. Dear Heloise: The following is a hint I hope will help housewives with the preparation of holiday meals. The day before a holiday, I cook all my vegetables, and do all the preparation needed. Then I put the prepared vegetables into lightly greased oven- to-table dishes. The next day when the turkey is all roasted, I put all the vegetables into the oven to heat while I make the gravy, carve the turkey, etc. Not only do you have the whole range top for preparing the gravy, etc., but also, the messy pots, potato mashers etc. are already washed and put away. Saves a lot of time and aggravation on the big day. Mrs. A. South That tops 'em ail! Just like you do... love Heloise Psi Concise Changes Dale Of Meetings Imports Heard By Auxiliary On Convention Dear Heloise: When I start to make a pie crust, or measure any lard o shortening for any purpose, just put a piece of plastic wrai over the top of the cup, pres down, and fill with the desirec amount. I then take up the four cor ners of the plastic wrap am dump the shortening in th flour. The measuring cup is sti clean -- " no goopy shorteniu to wash out. If you like, and I do, fol the plastic wrap with the shor toning- to the inside, put in small bowl in the refrigeratoi and use it again the next time Mrs. Edith Herring Thrift Tip Place your hot iron on a cake loling rack to prevent burn }les and scorch marks on the oning board pad. will extend a welcome to those attending. Three workshops will be held, "A Woman's Place in the World." by the Springdale Club, "The Woman Prisoner," Mountain Home club; and "Sex Bias in Books," FaycUeville club. During recess period between the afternoon and evening sessions, delegates will be provided with transportation for a :our of the University and special showing of the Physics Planetarium. A banquet will be held at 7 p.m. featuring Miss Rena Walters, state president, as the keynote speaker. Special music will be provided by Susan B'ree- man. soloist, accompanied bj Randy Jones. Skits from the various clubs will close the evening's activities. Sunday morning activities will begin with a breakfast at 8 o'clock. Devotions will be given by Ron Revard, former Razorback, and special music will be provided by McKinney and Beverly The business session Is scheduled lo begin at 10 a.m. New district officers will he elected club presidents will give reports. Delegates from ten clubs will attend, Bentonville, Bcrryville, Beaver Lake, Fayetteville, Harrison, Lakeview. Mountain Home, Rogers, Siloum Springs and Springdalo. Invitations have also been extended to club officers in other districts over the slate as well as lo all stale officers and state committee chairmen. The committee in charge of confer- Lorenc arrangements for the ence is composed of Raymond, Doris Cook, Barbara Mitchell, Ava Gray, Dollie Miler and Othelia Paul. Announcements Chapter BH, PEG, will meel at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in tht home of Mrs. Glen Rose, 92' Hall Avenue. Mrs. David Mel drum will present the prograi "continuing education." Chapter S, PEO, will inee at 1 p.m. Thursday in the horn of Mrs. Walter Cole, 1238 Shad Lane. Mrs. James T. Phillip will be co-hostess. American Legion Auxiliar will have a business meetin at 7 p.m. Thursday at th Legion Hut. Mrs. Essie Padget president, will preside, an Jeanie Mrs. Nora Bee Lingelbacl Staggs. i chairman of the education ar Mrs. Mriree Reed, state m e m - i s c h o 1 a rsh i p program, wi bership chairman, will conduct report. The upcoming tourad a workshop on membership. will be discussed. Daily Calendar of Events onight Nortliside Rotary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Official Study Course for Legal Secretaries, Room 293, ·raduale Education Building, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 NWA Hairdressers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7'30 .m. Letter Carriers, Post Office Buidling, 7:3 Op.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 i.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. "The Contrast," UA Theater, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way rndlo headquarters to ptedronlcs tine* 1939 520 W. College 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. · Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Junior Civic League Christmas Card Showing,'City Library, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. PEG Cooperative Board, Mrs. John Webb, 9:30 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon "Romance and Reality," UA Library, 4:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. "The Contrast," UA Theater, 8 p.m. Center. Mrs. Ryan spoke on th message of Mrs. Dale Bumper state-wide immunization prc M e m b e r s of Washington i gram. ,, R e g i o n a l Medical Center's Mrs. Jones announced that Psi Conclave of Kappa Kappa i Auxilial . y hearc j convention there will be a mini-bazaar in Iota met last week in the home; reports at the regular monthly the lobby of the Medical Center i r " i r s Roy Stanley. Members j meeting Thursday, a luncheon i O n Thursday, Oct. 10, all day, n -.sent were Mrs Paul Cun-1 ^ the Holiday Inn. I where handmade gifts and 1 , ,.,.. w n r m i n ! Reporting on the convention i Christmas items will be on n i n g h a m , Mrs. Norman whjch ^ held . n Ho( . Springgi ; sale The pllbUc is Invited to DcBriyn, Airs. Jerry Uelczen, Sept 2 0-22, were Mrs. C.K.: stop in for this event. Mrs. James Ezel). Mrs. Miller i Jones and Mrs. Sam McNair, Mrs. McNair, past state auxi- Mrs Jane Greathouse, I who were delegates, and Mrs.iliary president, was installing - - ·· i - r p _ - - - _ r._ new stale O ffj cers Ford, ,. ',, , TJ,;IO,, MI-B i n 'Rodney Ryan, director of volun-}officer For new Mrs. Newton Hailey, Mrs J.R.. teer * erv f ces at t h e Medical i in Hot Springs. Kimbrough, Mrs. Jake Kitchens and Mrs. Stanley. Mrs. Pauline ^^fft*-«^ff»-^tf^*' ··4f*~'~'l/* Canoway, president, conduce d T ,,,,,,;,,,,, , Rnrjurr, the meeting. . Mrs. Calloway announced that Mrs. Twila Graham, state president, is to conduct two officer workshops in the area. The first is to be held Oct. 19 in Fort Smith, and the second, Nov. 2 in Rogers. She also informed the group of a readir/g workshop to be held Oct. 12 in Huntsville. All members were encouraged to attend. The group voted to have its own Kappa Kappa Iota insignia made for use in future meetings and agreed to move the meeting date to the fourth Thursday of each month. New handbooks and state directories were distributed Then a game was played to test members' knowledge o each other to go along with the theme "getting to know you.' Mrs. DeBriyn won the prize for scoring the most points and also won the door prize. Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Dele zcn served refreshments at thi conclusion of the meeting. FAYEUEViLLE BUSINESS COLLEGE The Year Around School Where You Learn To Earn Attend a 3-Day Real Estate Seminar Oct. A, 5 and 6 Study for your Real Estate License Now! Call Today For More Information Phone 442-2241 Fayetteville Business College 221 South Locust Licensed by the State Dept. of Education :Call Obocls: Iwioncrief* for an outdoor portrait ,' / before the leaves start to\fall This year the trees will be the most beautiful from Oct.. 10-20 r t fi f * ' t% Iff "/ ;% v-r V v^^giw - {*,* *n'M ' f44 V**»V ' ' *#f',,-'.£ *T*- «44Lr^V = ^5S^ 2 #* OF CO '**?/ New Reflector Patch...Free For The Asking at your Dillon Food Store. Call now,.,. · while appointments are still available. ,.,for uour Fall .Outdoor Portrait ««x . - «· '/ ' - · · 521-8161 With Fall days growing shorter, these durable, weatherproof patches are. just the thing for early morning walks to school and evening treks home from sports practice or school events: The patches are of a special reflective material which shines brightly in contact with car lights. They can be put on.jackets, note- books, lunch boxes, bikes or almost anything your child wears or carries to school. They can easily be peeled off without damage to fabric. No special purchases to make. Just a little extra protection for your child...and'a little extra thanks from us to you, our customer. Stop in this week, supply is limited.

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