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Sorority Officers Psl Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota recently elected officers to serve for the next t w o ' years. Pictured, left-right, are Mrs. Norman Debriyn, photographer, and .Mrs. El- wayne Calloway, president, front row; and back row, left- right, are Mrs. Roy Stanley, secretary; Mrs. Jerry Delezen, treasurer; and Mrs. Jim Kimbrough, vice president. Mrs. Edgar Piper, pressbook chairman, was not present for the picture. (TIMESphoto by Chuck Cunningham) Mrs. Vorsanger To Head Society Mrs. Fred S. Vorsanger is the ID75 president of the Board of Directors for the Washington County Unit of the Arkansas Division of the American Cancer Society. She was elected at a meeting held Thursday in Springdale. Mrs. Vorsanger is .well-known throughout Washington County for her active fight against cancer. S h e headed the Washington County Cancer Cru- lade drive in 1971. Subsequently, . she directed the nuuumiiiumiuuuiiiiuuuiiii Announcements Modern Literature Club will ' meet at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Clive Lane. Mrs. Herbert Fowler will review " P e n i m e n t o ' ' by Lillian Hellman. The Media Group of AAUW will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. W. F. Ellis, 1630 Applebury Drive. Colonial Garden Club will meet at 9:30 .a.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. W. G. Chamblee, 236 Fletcher. Mrs. John Huddleslon will be co- hostess and Mrs. Carol Wright of the Ozark Regional Library ... will present the program. Goldenrod Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at ' SWEPCO. Mrs. Franz Allebach will be hostess. The monthly dinner meeting of District 14, Arkansas State Nurses Association, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Holiday Inn in Bentonville. "Current Legal Aspects of Nursing," will be presented by F. K, Spies, professor of law at the University of Arkansas. Nurses of Bates Hospital will be hostesses. District No. H includes Benton, Washington and Madison Counties. All registered nurses are invited to attend. DAMPXOUPLETS LATE FOR WEDDING THE ALPS, Wash. (AP) -- A funny thing happened on the way to the wedding. The carefully planned outdoor ceremony was to take place at The Alps, a picturesque spot overlooking Lake Yolando above Tumwater Dam. Enroute lo the altar in a canoe, the bride and groom took a dunking. As the craft nosed into a landing, groom Gene Tubbs waved to a friend, and the canoe tipped over. Tubbs, bride Kay Gorman, the paddler and a dog called Smokey were dumped into the river. The nervous bridegroom, who doesn't swim and has always been afraid of water, grppec for the canoe as the wedding's arrar/ger, Archie Marlin, dove into the river to rescue him. Tho bride, her long wedding dress flowing behind her, Strug gled to shore by herself. The damp couple showed up 15 minutes later for the cere mony. The minister said it was his first opportunity to baptize and marry a couple at the same time. /rusade in the business sections f Fayetteville the following hree years. Also, in addition o her work with the county ind as a board member of the Arkansas Division, Mrs. Vor- anger heads the "Reach lor Recovery" program in North- vest Arkansas. Other new officers, each of whom have been identified with the fight against cancer .for a number of years, include Mrs. Jack Wood of Fayetteville, vice president; Mrs. Calvin B a i n of Prairie Grove, secretary; ind Winston Sloan of Fayet- .eville, treasurer. The new president appointed .he following county chairmen, Dr. Jack Wood of Fayetteville, rofessional education; Mrs. tVood, public education; Mrs. Gordon Stout of Springdale, s e r v i c e committee; Mrs. Farrell Conner of Fayetteville, niblic information; and Mrs. ·toger Bellinger of Springdale, 'und-raising. Also appointed to the 1971-75 county Board of Directors were Dr. Mae Nettleship, Dr. Harmon Lushbaugh, Dr. J. Warren "Vlurry, Dr. J. B. Hays, Mrs. eorge Cole Sr., Mrs. Morriss Senry, Mrs. J. E. McClelland, id Froning, Lon Estes, Mrs. Jim Haynes, Mrs. Mitchell 'ingleton and Mrs. Catherine rlale, all of Fayetteville; Mrs. T. J. Neff and Mrs. Joe Seaton, »lh of Springdale and Mrs. obby Pianalto of Tontilown. The Board is expected to meet in three regular sessions, December, March and May. On Thursday,' Oct. 10, the county Doard will be represented at the state meeting in Little Rock by Mrs. Vorsanger, Mrs. Wood and Estes. Creidt Women Elect Officers The Credit Women of Fay- tteville-International met Wed nesday at the Holiday Inn. MTS, llendora Sharp presided at the usiness meeting and intraduc ed guests, Mrs. Brenda Sams f the Springdaie Memoria lospital and Miss Debbie Davis and Mrs. Kathy Mainard o! "ordon's Jewelers. An election of officers w a t leld and the following member; vere elected to serve for 1974 9V5; Mrs. Eloise Bass, presi lent; Mrs. Katherin Karnes irst vice-president; Mrs. Wilma Gabriel, second vice president VIrs. Mary Lou Smith, thirt vice-president; Mrs. Ruth Var ler, secretary and Mrs. Dixie Holland, treasurer. Mrs. Virgi nia Snow, Mrs. Margaret Nail ,Trs. Nona Allen and Mrs. Veda Cassey were elected to serve on the executive board for th coming year. The next meeting of the club vill be an installation banquet Friday evening, Oct. 18 at p.m. at the Holiday Inn. BRIDGE NEWS Earl Thornton and Joe Wea ver were first and second win ners at the Community Adul enter bridge party. O t h e r winners were Verra Dllison, Sanford Berg, Penny ~,yons, and Florence Gregory. Anyone 50 years of age or old er is invited to attend the acti vities of the Adult Center. Fo urther information, call 443 1512. Group Plans Party For Halloween Fayelteville Fire Department Auxiliary members met Tuesday night at Central Fire Station with Mrs. Mary Miller, president, presiding. Mrs. Carol Mullens gave devotions and the treasurer's re port was given by Mrs. Betty Boudrey. The committee repori on the Halloween party plans was given by Mrs. Billie McAr- llnir. The party will be held Tuesday night, Oct. 29. The budget report was given anc projects were planned for t h e coming year. Projects will in elude selling candy and a gara ge sale. The program was a film entitled "Ladies Take Warning," shown by Capt. Clin Hutchens and Sgt. Bob Jones of the Fayetleville Police De partment. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Barbara Springston. Refreshments were served to 11 members. Cards For Wives WASHINGTON (AP) -Wage-earning wives who no\ can get credit cards only in their husband's names coulc have the cards Issued in thei own names under legislation nearing congressional passage. That's just one item in th bill designed to eliminate bar rierg. blocking minorities, singl women and married womei from getting charge cards bank loans and personal credit Civic Club Hears Program The Women's Civic Club o ^ayetteville met Tuesday i fellowship Hall of the Firs Christian Church for a coverei dish luncheon. On a r r i v a l member registered and were given nami ags. Special guests were thi Rev. Steve Cranford and Mr Sanford and Assistant Polici Chief Riggins. Fall flowers, fruits am vegetables decorated luncheoi tables and poured from cornucopia at t h e speaker' table. The program chariman, Mrs Selen Lewis Bocquin, in troduced Riggins, who spoke o crime prevention and outline precautions to protect life an property. He stressed lha :ooperation is the backbone o law enforcement. A questio and answer period followed. Members of Woodland Junio High School Speech Departmen presented two humorous skits. Mrs. Henry Hallin, presideni presided. Mrs. Fred Hanna wa appointed to fill the term o vice president. NEWCOMERS CLUB Newcomers Club will meet a H a.m. Wednesday at the Ozar Electric Hospitality Room, High way 16 West. All newcomer in the area are invited to atten and are asked to bring a sac lunch. The nominating com mittee will present, a new slat of officers to be voted upon. ·XPERT WATCH REPAIR . . » I I · I , / . SWIFTS Begin With Grapefruit Dear Folks: Wake up! Fix yourself a cup ' hot chocolate, lop it with a larshmallow and listen to what vc got to say..because it's onna be good. I have just visited a friend, amely. . .Myra Brayshay. And want her to have credit for lis deviation from routine hen it comes to salad. It's cute, inexpensive and asy to fix. Here goes: Take a grapefruit and cut it i half. Cull out the inside so mt all you have standing is 10 hull. Save the inside for reakfast the next morning. Mix a box of cherry or straw- erry gelatin. (Into this, you're oing to dump canned, drained uit salad and (or) put fresh rujt such as tiny pieces of p p l e , . oranges, bananas, lierries, peaches or just nything you happen to have n your refrigerator. Also some liniature marshmallows). When the gelatin begins to licken, stir the fruit so that will not setlle to the bottom. Pour this into the half-shell f your grapefruit. Refrigerate vernight. It will keep for a ew days so if you are having party, make it a day ahead. akes the strain of last minute etails off your back! And your m-i-n-d! And no worry aboul he salad.. When ready to serve, just lice each piece in half with very sharp knife and put on a plate. Then to pwilh a dab of ayonnaise or a squirt ol shipped cream. This will look like a quarter iece of watermelon that you ave taken a long ' time to repare and really there is olhing to it. The color that lis cute salad will add to your late is something else again. It's red! This is adorable vhen served with plain sand viches. It is easily eaten. When server! a l o n g with omething hot, the hull of the rapefruit keeps the gelatin rom melting. Nothing I hate ·orse than having a gelatin alad served on a lettuce bee 'ith some ting hot so that it ets runny and drains across our plate. Now here is something t h a t he taught me also: If you are having something red on your plate such as beets r sweet potatoes, etc.--use ime gelatin. That will add ;reen to your creation. I have often taught you al o go by color when in doub is to a balanced meal Jomething red (or orange whie s from the red family) something green and somethin white or brown, such as chicken or beef. Not only does'it rnaki charming plate and make. t more appetizing, but lots o is don't know, a carbohydrati rom a protein and anythinj else. We don't have the timi o study it deeply either. Sc ioing by color is the easy waj ou,t. And the lazy way. An Heloise approves of BOTH! So all you folk si es who ea grapefruit, save that hull. Usi it to dress up that simple oli standard gelatin. And also savi washing a salad plate. Every instant we save on thi. esrth sure adds up so that wi must learn to pile them up am ':ake off a few devoted minute 'or the most important person on this earth--YOU. Because said so.. Love Heloisi Dear Heloise: After chopping onion fo supper the other night, I coul not get the onion smell off m hands. I had just watched an adver isement on TV about puttin laking soda in the refrigerate o remove odors. So I though f it was good for that, it coul also take the onion off m hands. I put a tablespoon of bakin, soda in one hand and wet th other hand with water am rubbed them together. Presto, no more odor on m hands! This would probably work fo ish or garlic odors too. Mrs. Donald Bowe Dear Heloise: When pruning my roses, ound my 'garden gloves wer missing. So I used my tw utchen oven mitts to protec my hands from the thorns. 'Works great! Pat Sizemor Calflemen-Cow Belle: Have Annual Parly Northwest Arkansas Cattle men and Ozark CowBelles hel the annual beef barbecue la 1 Saturday night. Mr. and Mrb Hugh Qtwell were to have en tertained the group on the pat of their new ranch home 'bi the rainy weather moved it i the Knights of Columbus Ha in Tontitown. More than 1 persons attended. Johnny Kelly's band provide music for square dancing. 53/4%. 6 T /2% 71/2% We hare * savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayerteville Savings Loan Association Ml N. East Arena* This ; n That About Town (lillllllllllllllllllininil IIIIIIIIII III Illll Illll liBiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiniiiiiiniimiiiiiiif By MARY ALICE PEARSON The fiflli annual learning Fall Kevue Festival "Fun Fair" Arts and Craft Fair is well on its way to being another success. Over 150 exhibitors have registered for the show again this year and will be coming from nine stales to show and sell their handcrafted gifts and original fine art. T h e Northwest Arkansas Plaza will, for the third year, be t h e scene of this event. Visitors at this fair last year numbered well over 15,000. This Arts and Craft Fair is sponsored by the Quark Treasure's Arts and Craft Guild of Rogers, a non-profit corporation, which is planning many interesting demonstrations. There will be hand-thrown potter demonstration, painting, woodcarving. chair-recaning, both with split bottom cane and the French-style rccaning. Many of the items will be in keeping with the Chrislmas season. The show is planned for the third weekend in October, selling days on the Mall will be Oct. 17, 18 and 19. At the same time as this event will be the 40-year-old Flaming Fall Revue, the name of the month of October in Northwest Arkansas, the Arts and Craft shows at Bella Vista and War Eagle, as well as the two Antique Shows sponsored by the Republican Women's Club at the Fayetteville Armory and the Rogers Armory. ·« Happy is Robin Johnson and her young daughter, Wynne, whose husband and father, Mike Johnson, retured t h i s week from a year in Thailand and Korea. Robin and Wynne 1 have made their home here while Mike was away. Also happy are his parents, the Alex Johnsons, and Robin's parents, Jeanne and David Randle. "The Window on Fashion" is the theme for the University Women's Club's annual luncheon and fashion show to be held at noon Wednesday in the Arkansas Union Ballroom. Reservations must be made no later than tomorrow - the numbers to call are 521-7895 and 521-6954. Mimi Baldwin, Cassey Hagerman, Janet Neal, Patty Morris, Debbi Morehead and Cathy Davis recently became pledges of Zeta Tau Alpha international fraternity for women at the University, and Debbie Arnold, Cindy Johnson, Cindy Tyler and Darlene Zeh became initiates. Zeta Tau Alpha is a women's social fraternity with approximately 130 collegiate chapters in the United States and Canada. It was founded in 1898 at Longwood College m Farmville, Va., and today has more than 62,000 members. NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! This is a special announcement for anyone of you who were either out of town, or had something else scheduled that day, or had accidentally forgotten Oct 2, which was the Christmas card showing at the Citv Library. So, the Junior Civic League will be happy to take orders during the month of October for cards and other holiday articles. All you need to do is contact Mrs. T r o y Hendricks, telephone 442-7778, for further information. And don't forget the mini-bazaar all day next Thursday in the lobby of Washington Regional Medical Center. Sponsored by Auxiliary members, there will be handmade items suitable for gifts and Christmas decorations made by members ol the Auxiliary. A meeting'to bring together friends of Baylor University living in Arkansas has been set for Oct. 12 - next Saturday in Fayetteville. Baylor exes, parents of Baylor studeols from Arkansas, prospective students and others interested in Baylor are invited to attend the 10:30 a.m. buffet-meeting at the Holiday Inn. Christine Rom of Fayetteville is among students who received master's degrees after completing their work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She received her master's degree in library science. Frances Butt tied for first place in the championship flight and had the lowest number of putts in the last tournament of the year for members of the Northwest Arkansas Women Golfers Association at Dawn Hill Club in Siloam Springs. Dorian Tuck won first place in the first flight, Sara Reynolds won second place in the second flight, Mary Schlegel won a prize for "closest to pin," and Frances and Bettie Thomas got prizes for birds. A special prize went to Frances for low average for the whole year's play. Attending the senior women's state tournament in H o t Springs were Ruth Roller, Laney Higgins, Dorian Tuck, Nancy -Huppert, Mary Schlegel and Frances Butt, who was accompanied home by her daughter-in j law, Ouida Butt of.Lit- tle Rock. Ouida had just returned from a year's stay, in Europe. She'll go back to Little Rock next week: ; ~~ :: .~ : -- Susan Morrison, realist artist in pen and ink media, will display many of her works at a one woman art show at the Old Red Schoolhouse Gallery, 15 Kansas Street. Eureka Springs, to start next Saturday. A preview showing is scheduled for Saturday and a reception for the public will be held at the Gallery on Sunday. The showing will continue through Nov. 10. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Mondays.. Susan's drawings are highly detailed interpretations of wildlife, people and flowers. Susan, her husband, Dave, a professional deep-sea diver, and their three boys, Jay, Jimmy and Charley live on the old John Brown University experimental farm in S i l o a m Springs, where they ranch, raise Tennessee Walking horses, farm and where Susan draws in the solitude of the country. When carving out that jack-o' lantern, save the seeds for a nutritious and tasty snack. To prepare it separate t h e seeds from the pumpkin fibers, rinse away the stickiness and drain. Pre-heat the oven to 425 degrees. Melt one tablespoon butter in a large shallow pan and spread a cup of seeds around the pan until each one is coated. Toast the seeds in the oven, stirring occasionally, for 15 minutes, until each is lightly browned. Season with regular, garlic or onion salt and store what's not immediately eaten in a tightly-covered container. Boy Survives 15 Story Fall ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) -A 7-year-old boy who fell 15 stories down an elevator shaft remained under hospital observa- ,ion today as doctors sought to ind whether he had suffered more than a broken leg and ruises. John C. Olmstead, his 9-year- old brother, Jeffery, and a newspaper delivery boy Were playing in the freight elevator vhen John fell 150 feet down the shaft Thursday. He landed on his feet. J. Alan Olmstead, John's father, said Jeffery and the delivery hoy played a game in which they stopped the elevator a few feet above a floor landing and jumped to the floor. D-Day Observed In Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP --Monday is "D-Day" in Min nesota. It's a statewide assau against smoking planned by 1 cal American Cancer Societ officials to urge puffers to giv up the habit, at least for a day The "D-(for don't smoke Day" idea developed after successful no-smoking day las January in Monticello, Minn population 1,600. L y n n Smith, Monticel Times publisher and chairma of the state project, said it designed to get smokers to fo sake the habit on D-Day itse and to at least consider quittin 1 for good. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Hfethodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Wyman Community Club, Community Building, 7:30 p.m. Dude3 and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. "The Contrast," UA Theater, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tear 2-way radio Jm ehctonla rfa« UKt K. College 443-223 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 44M24C City Parking tot In Rear Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Dr. John Cowell Rano Recital, Fine Arts Concert Hall, 3 p.m Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. or Auxiliary Sets Dates For Activities MEN Saturday, Oct. 5, 1974 · 3 [iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiunm Sorority Engages ; : In Painting Project-. Members of American Legion uxiliary met Thursday night the Legion Hut with Johnsie ean, vice president, presiding, olors were advanced 'by Bill arroll and Kathy Earls, pray- was by Nora Bee Lingelbach, nd the pledge of allegiance nd preamble was repeated in nisop. Virginia Earls was act- g secretary. District No. 1 president, 'rs. Lingelbach, reported on ,e fall conference held in Little ock. H was reported that a rge group of department offi- ers will attend the first district ourade on Oct. 24, 25, and 26, nd a letter was read from the eparlmcrit president stating lat dues will be raised on Oct. Tourade plans call for the roup to go to Rogers on Oct. , Springdale on Oct. 25, and ayetteville Oct. 26 where the ommander's banquet for de artment offices will be made onorary hillbillies. Mrs. Earls nd Mrs. Lingelbach will be lasters of ceremonies. Mem- ers are asked to bring two overed dishes, vegetables or esserts. The post will furnish icat, bread, salads and drinks It was announced that Wanda urtis and Bill Carroll will re rite the constitution and by- aws. Mabel Madciox reportec n activities scheduled at the A Hospital and announced thai he Halloween carnival will be eld Oct. 31. The poppy sale ill be held Nov. fl and 9. The cw noppy girl is Rhonda Has 'elch. Refreshments were served bj usi Rochier and Linda Demp ey. At the Nov. 7 meeting, Virinia and Patty Earls will serve efreshments. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Hervae L louch of Springdale, a daugh er, Oct. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Buford L. Lewi r., of Springdale, a son. Oct Mr. and Mrs. Borys Malczy cki of Fayetteville, a son, Oc Mr. and Mrs. Ricky L. May of Fayetteville, a daughter,~Oc Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Sti vart of Fayetteville, a son, Oc Alpha Sigma Chapter of Epsl- n Sigma Alpha held its regu- r business meeting Tuesday the home of Mrs. Herbert urtis in Rogers. Mrs. Loyd Samuels presided ··or the meeting attended by t members and four guests. ,,;·. Dates were set to paint halls, rams and all doors at the Head -art Day Care Center in 3nngdale and members were ncouraged to bring clothes and oys for the children. Members rought toys, coloring books, rayons and wall decorations Jr the pediatric ward at WaslJ- ngton Regional Medical Center jr children's rooms. Tentative lans were made for another 'auntcd House in Springdale on allowecn. A discussion on how o make money for the state onvention to be held at the amada Inn in Fayetteville in lay was held. An educational rogram was presented by Mrs. om Woolen and Mrs. Roy r a d l e y entitled "social tiquette." The next business meeting vill be held Nov. 7. PTA Opens Season At Bates School Bates ·Elementary School Pa- ent Teacher Association mem- ers met Thursday night at the chool auditorium for the first cssion of the year. An open ouse was held to better acquaint parents and teachers. Refreshments were served nd teachers were introduced, 'lans for the school carnival n Oct. 25 were made. Mrs. ank Sharp is carnival coordl- lator. Mrs. Mitchell Singleton, pro- ect coordinator for the impair- d hearing program for the area, and Mrs. Irma Boyer. re- m e d i a l reading specialist, poke. Interested parents may lecome involved in the volun- eer programs. EVEREST i. OENNINQS' WHEELCHAIRS f3r^ · FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS* SALES Fayetleviile Druf E. Side Square 442-724S Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exclusive - October 6 fatuito A SFOHIS DOUBLEHF-ADERi ·B«»ddr. Be* HiUtn Pick JUsrfHjT, ·On AD-Ammca High Scfcool FooduH F«tf « A Sports Doubleheader: Baseball's Best Pitchers And FAMILY WEEKLY'S All America High School Football Forecast FAMILY WEEKLY asked bascbaffs lest Utters to rate 'the best pitchers and seven college talent scouts and coaches to choose the 1974 high TTiis week FAMILY WEEKLY'S panel of baseball's best hitters rate who they think are the best pitchers. Learn from the fellows at bat who -they think. are tops on the mound pitching fast balls and curves. Seven great batters from both the American League and the National League selected seven top pitchers in each league. And FAMILY WEEKLY also announces its 1974 High School All-America Forecast with 30 players selected by a panel of college talent scouts and coaches. Today's high school players' skills and statistics are hard toteB from those of college players. In your copy of Ihe

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