Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 10, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 10, 1974
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oniiniiiiiiiuiin^ WOMEN Thursday, October 10, 1974 · Founder's Day Observed By Educators Delta Cliapler, Alpha Delta Kappa, honorary sorority for women educators, met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Mabel Bell, Springdale. The meeting was conducted by the President, Mrs. Claude Woods. Miss La Fern Shook, chaplain, read "A Teacher's Prayer," after which the group repeated in unison the ADK prayer. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, The 1974-75 budget, prescnlcd by Mrs. Raymond Hints From Heloise-Saved By The Bell If You're Alone! Dear Folks: Here's something I would like to pass along that just might make you (eel safer... Recently, I spent the weekend with a friend whom I shall call "Irmagene." Someone had given her some bells on a string. They are called "Sonora Kitchens, was approved, and new yearbooks were distributed lo members. Final plans were made for ,he district meeling to be held at the AQ C h ick e n House, Springdale, -Nov. 2. Coffee will be served from 9:30 lo 10:00 a;m. wilh program to follow Trom 10 to/12 noon. Lunch will be served at noon. A Founders Day program was presented by charier members olean-ups! Doris Merrlck Mrs. Walter Charles Swift, Gilliland, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Mrs. James Otis Vaughn, and Miss Helen Woods. Delta Chapter is now 23 years old. At the close of the business session and program, a dessert course was members. served to 25 Plans Complete. For Annual Antique Show Twenty-two antique dealers from nine states will participate in the second annual Fayetteville Antique Show and Sale, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, antiques from primitives to fine china and silver will be featured in the show, according to Mrs. P. R; Huntley, general chairman of the project. Bells." "Livc-aloneness" something that we all have to do someday. So listen: She just hung them on the door knob of her closet door. Everytime she opened that closet door I heard those bells jingle. Then it struck me like a bolt of lightning, "How nice that 1 know she is going to the closet." Wasn't that something stupid to think?-Tlien I wondered why I was thinking "that!!" Fear? Or comfort? It dawned on me and those tired bats in my belfry started flying. Truly. They must have wiggled the grey matter in my brain. I started thinking again. Why? It's good. Why did I feel secure? What's happening to me while I'm here? Then the angels came along. They quieted those wiggling brains in my belfrey. And I began to think... They said: "BECAUSE you know WHICH door is being opened!!" Why shouldn't people buy some bells and string them on a rope and put them on their gates if they live behind-a- patio? Or buy those large bells fastened to a leather ' strap (called sleigh bells or camel bells) and- put them on the Dear Heloise: I save old worn-out bath towels and when I mop my fl oor, 1 put each foot on one and walk around the room, rubbing and drying the floor. The "foot towels" can also be used for drying up spills on ;he floors. I keep the towels in both my bathroom and kitchen. · Mrs. Paul Messian 4-H Members Tops At Fair Greg Oxford exhibited the Grand Champion Turkey at the 1974 Arkansas State Fair and Livestock Show and gave him the most individual points in the Junior Poultry division. He also showed the Champion Hen and Tom Turkey as well as receiving several ribbons in the White Leghorn and broiler production classes. Greg is a member of the Bethel Groye 4-H Club. Barbara Walker also of the Bethel G r o v e 4-H C 1 « b exhibited the Best Cock in the Junior Broiler Production Class She also received many other I'ibbons for her poultry exhibits O t h e r 4-H'ers f r o m Washington County entered in the Junior Poultry Show were Debbie and Charles Moore anc Brian and Doug Walker, ,all o the Bethel Grove 4-H Club. AARP Plans Fall Bus Tour A fall bus lour to Blanchard Springs Caverns and Mountain View will be held October 26. Tlie special tour Is under the auspices of the American Asso ciatiOn of Retired Persons and the National Retired Teachers Association. Jerry Marshall is tour chairman and reservations may be made by calling Dr and Mrs. Harold Wheeler, 443 4213. The lour will leave Hillcresl Towers in Fayctleville at 7 a.m with the expected return time at approximately 7 p.m. The round trip f a i r is $8. Ad mission to Blanchard Spring: Caverns is $2 per person or $ for holders of 1074 Golden Agi Passports. It is suggested tha members of the tour bring a sack lunch. Russian Artists' Conditions Improve BONN, Germany (AP) -- ast month's disruption of an open air art exhibit by Soviet authorities was shameful, saya Soviet cellist Mstislav Hostro- povich. However, in an interview published in the German magazine Der Stern, he said detente has resulted in a general improvement of conditions for artists in Russia. And Rostropovich, 47, who lives in London in self-imposed exile, said increasing criticism of Soviet policies by Russian artists is a sign of progress. But he said he won't return to the Soviet Union until he is permitted "to give my entire knowledge, my art to the people to the extent of which I am capable." . Dear Heloise: My baby's crawling had me s p e n d i n g so much time scrubbing the knees of her slacks before washing, a n d many times the dirt was still visible after washing. .The idea came to me to use my husband's worn-out socks; just cut off the foot section and slip the remainder of the sock up her leg over her slacks. Problem solved--no more scrubbing · and especially no more changing her slacks before we went visiting! Stephanie McCannon Dear Heloise: For readers who like their steaks rare inside but browned on the outside,'wrap-the steaks in aluminum wrap and place in the freezing compartment-of your refrigerator until time to cook. Do not thaw before cooking and the center will remain rare until the outside is browned to Oct. 18-20. All types ' of Soft And Light Model displays coral mafte jersey in two pieces by Scott Barrie, shown Friday in New York. Barrie's resort collect- ions sports lightweight fabrics and soft colors. (AP Wire- photo) Beta Sigma Phi Plans Garage Sa e Dealers from Denver, Colo'.. Wichita. Kan., Emporia, Kan., Minneapolis, Minn., Lansing, Mich., San Antonio, Tex., Oklahoma City, Okla., Verona, Mo., Austin, Te^., and from Elkins, Hartman, Greenland, Ozark, Fort Smith, Prairie Grove, and BooneviUe, Ark. Sponsored by the Republican Women's Club of Washington County, the three-day event wil be held at the Fayelteville National Guard Armory, High way 71 Soulh (near the airport; from 10.a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday and from 10 a.m. lo fi p.m. on Sunday. The show is held the same dates as the War F,agle Crafts Fair, Bella Vista Crafts Fair, Flaming Fall Revue Crafts Fair and the Rogers Antique Show to give the many tourists in the area a variety of activities. inside of each f r o n t ' a n d back door knob? Or just about anywhere? I did that! Fear is an awful thing. Huh? I h u n g one on each gate. Back and front. Now I know when someone is coming in the yard. These are big bells... I bought some small ones (it's comforting to know when a door s opened anywhere) and hung them on the inside door knob of the front and back door, Dedroom door, etc., etc. your liking. Jules M. Roulet Think it over. I love Irmagenel Heloise Coin Club To Hold Exhibit LETTER OF THOUGHT Dear Heloise: Dear Heloise: I have more blessings than I can count when I stop to think of it. I do not deserve one the size of a chigger. And chiggers are mighty small since it takes a magnifying glass to see one... Sweet Water Members of Upsilon Chapter] f Beta Si'gma Phi met last veek at the home of Mrs. Seth Young with the president, Mrs. Carolyn O'Connell presiding. \ll members were present (1 guests were Kathy Kingele, U a r y Klingaman, Phyllis Vanlandingham, Becky Chaney. Carla Brown, Debbie Price and jiula Johnson. Committee chairmen reported on special plans for the year, and ways and means chairman, Mrs. Young, discussed a garage sale that was held last week. Insurance Women Receive Charter Peggy Fitzgerald, presidenl of the' Northwest Arkansas I n s u r a n c e Women w a s presented the charter for the local group by Lola Brooks regional director of the Nationa A s s o c i a t i o n , o f Insurance Women at a special seminar held in Fort Smith, Oct. 5. The newly organized group was presented at the meeting by Pat Franke, Elizabeth W e a t h e r s , Marilyn Farris, Diane Hudspith and 1 Miss Fitzgerald. The next meeting of the Insurance Women will be Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the First N a t i o n a l Bank Hospitality Room in Springdale. Guest speaker will be Bob A. Griffin of Little Rock, who v will discuss the Occupational Safety and Health Apt. Members may invite guests to attend t h i s meeting. ' Dear Heloise: In our recyclin age, even the aluminum foil that covers frozen dinners .can be reused to cover those under-the-burner reflector pans on our stoves and save the endless job of stove TRI-IAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New Uud Anttnnx Color · Brack WMU ·ootttr* · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 TS1-MN 751-0257 "·roceeds will go toward special ervicc projects. Members voted )y secret ballot and Debbie 'IcCaslin was chosen as Upsilon Chapter's Valentine sweetheart o be entered in the .International contest. The mem- lership committee presented a ashion skit which depicted me ·arious aspects of a Beta Sigma Phi girl. Models for "Styles of a Lifetime" were Mrs. Bill Jusliss, Mrs. Pat Tobin, Mrs. Clyde McCaslin, Mrs. Roger Slroh, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Ron Juescher and Mrs. Tom 3ooney. Narrator was Mrs. Donald · Farrell. Social chairman, Mrs. Stroh, gave "brown bag" invitations to all present for a couples "bo-bo" party lo be held on Saturday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m. at the Tobin home. Lon Estes, administrative a s s i s t a n t a t Washington Regional Medical Center spoke on the thermography machine which is the special project of Beta Sigma Phi chapters in the area. With contributions and projects it is hoped the chapters can purchase this machine which is used in the early detection of cancer. Mrs. O'Connell presented the theme of the year "Stairway to Happiness," wilh Beta Sigma Phi by an original centerpiece leading to the stars. This was then used a£ the centerpiece on the serving table. At a recent rush party held at the Farrell home, a "wedding bells" theme prevailed. Members and guests brought and wore items from their w e d d i n g day. Strawberry punch, \yedding cake, nuts and mints were served from a table d e c o r a t e d with" traditional wedding bells and brides and grooms from the cakes of yesterday's brides. Organizer Handbags A Credit to Their Nome! Style A 19 Style B $22 Ha takes styling out of the ordinary and creates the most complete hand- 'bags of smooth glace fitted with a place for credit cards, passport, checkbooks, keys . . . plus multi compartments for everything. Swagger or shoulder type Dags in navy, camel, black, red or tattersall. Space For: · Identification · Checkbook · Passport · Plus Many More Things! Handbags--DILLARD'S--First Floor · Keys · Credit Cards · Mirror IHIMHIII Daily Calendar of Events Tonight .Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. Weight Watchers, Golf Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Pollution Control Committee, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. ,, Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. . WAL-MART CITY WAL-MART CITY WAI-MA 1 WE SHI FOR LESS WAL-MART Discount City i S A T I S F A C T I O N \ G U A R A N T E E D / Ladies Birthstone RINGS JExcitiing new colors for each month of the year '5.47 "Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan" Wall-Tone by Westclox ELECTRIC WALL CLOCK White Case 6.17 MUSKOGEE, Okla.--The Muskogee Indian Capital Coin Club will hold its annual exhibit and coin show Oct. 19 and 20 at the Muskogee Civic Assembly Center. The show is one feature of Muskogee's Indian Summer festival. Approximately 30 coin dealers from a five-state area are expected to buy, sell and trade coins during the two-day show. Doors will open at 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday and close K at 9 -p.m. Saturday night and 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon. CLUTCH PURSES $5.00 Value 3.87 MART CITY WAL-MART CITY WAL-MART CITW SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio rour 2-wsy radto fa ·ftciroolfs riflce 131* 520 N. CoHeiro 443-2223 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. 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