Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 19, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 19, 1974
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',«! !!·! i NortluwBt Arkansas IB ultmffl T T o r WOMEN Saturday, Oct. 19, 1974 ¥ , PARTY HONORS BRIDE-ELECT .. Mrs. Sagely i Miss Sagely and Mrs. Cotton at the Thursday evening shower Miss Sagely Honored With Bridal Shower The home of Mrs. T. W. Cotton was the scene of a bridal s h o w e r Thursday . evening , honoring Miss Marita Gwen - Sagely, bride-elect of Timothy · Mark Stanley of Pine Bluff. Assisting the hostess were mem- . bers of the Women's Missionary Hints From Heloise-Trick Or Treat At Your Home Business Women Will Observe Women's Week Setting Up Shop Dear Heloise: Like many of today's parents, have become concerned for .Association of Wood Avenue "Baptist Church. Gifts were displayed on a tea cart where Miss Cozelle Sagely assisted her sister in opening them. The refreshment table was covered with a red cloth overlaid with white lace. The centerpiece was a crystal epcrgne holding scarlet sage, red geraniums and white ruffled petunias. Red candles in crystal holders flanked the arrangement and a ceramic, bride and groom' stood beside it. Punch, coffee, cookies, mints and nuts were served with Mrs. Mack Graves presiding at the punch bowl and Mrs. John V. Murphy at the silver coffee service. Miss Sagely received a corsage of stephanotis and Mrs. Alfred Sagely, her.mother, received one of white pom pom chrysanthemums. Fresh bouquets of fall flowers were placed ·throughout the house. 4-H Club Wins ,,.= ,,,,.,, u . ,,,,. , U u.. 6 ,..^hose or other leg coverings or Treater." My sister thought 'J eln § snagged. When I got I simply removed the the safety of our young "Trick I would suggest that the staples be stapled from the underside of the slip to prevent Monday night, Oct. 14, the Fayelteville B u s i n e s s and Professional Women's Club met at Wyatt's Cafeteria for their monthly session." The chairman of the civic participation ' c o m m i t t e e , Katherine Carnes, introduced Esther White, a Fayetteville attorney, who was the speaker for the evening. Miss White discussed'rape and rape crisis centers. Ann Sitto'n, chairman of Business Women's Week, announced to the club that Oct. 20-26 is National Business and Professional Women's Week. All working women in Fayetteville are invited to'attend the coffee given in their honor at the Mcllroy Bank Hospitality room 'rom 1 p.m. Oct. 21, by group. couraged to wear their badges all week and to explain their organization to women at their place of business. · 4 p.m. Monday, the Fayetteville Members are en- The Fayetteville selling firewood for club is a money The couple from Austin, Tex., are among the persons w h o will display antiques at t h e Republican Women's Club Antiques Show this weekend at (he National Guard Armory. The show will he open until 10 o'clock (onighf and on Sunday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. The public is invited to attend. The club plans to make it an annual event. (TIMES- photo by Ken Good) Births your readers might be interested in our solution. I purchased a variety of candy, gum, even small toys, and an inexpensive plastic "Trick or Treat" bucket. A hiding place was chosen (in doors) for the'bucket and then I wrote rhyming, riddle-like clues on small scraps of paper. The first clue was hidden under our daughter's dinner plate, the rest both indoors and out (if the weather permitted). When she worked out the answer to her first clue, she knew where 'the second clue was hidden and so on. I generally use 20 to-25 clues o lead her to her "treasure." She wore a costume for her treasure hunt and later answered the door and handed put :reats to the children coming to our house for Hallowe'en. Unexpectedly, our teenage sons had as much fun watching her hunt as she had hunting, and they got a share in the candy too. It has become a time of- merriment for all of us. Bobbie Jane Logan home staples with my fingers. My skirl really stayed down. "Twas good in an emergency. N.M.D. Dear Heloise: Since it's hot dog roasting time and you may be roasting them over an open fire, here is an idea to help protect your hands from being roasted too. Run the stick you use t o - p u t the weiners on through the center of a foil pie plate before the hot dogs go on the stick. Keep the plate just heiow, the stick handle. Mickey Hu'bbard Trophy For Rest Booth Harmon 4-H Club won the trophy for the best booth at 4 H Day at Northwest Arkansas Plaza l a s t Saturday. "Twenty-three clubs from the Washington County 4-H Program participated in the event : during National 4-H Week, -tober 6-12. Oc This Is a "bewitching" idea and should keep a lot of little hobgoblins happy. Heloise Great idea, no more red-hot hands as well as red-hot dogs. Heloise Dear Heloise: When you order a pattern irorn the local newspaper, they lave no picture on them. My nint is to clip the picture from the paper and when the pattern arrives tape the pcituie to the [ront of the pattern envelope. It will save time if you do not have to pull the pattern out of the envel when looking ope for to identify it something. Edith G. Beall Potluck Dinner Held By Cub A potluck dinner was held Wednesday evening f o r . m e m - bers of Iris Garden Club, their husbands and-guests,' Dr. and Mrs. Roy C. Rom, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Arnold and Ltr Col. and Mrs. Curtis Oroueh Jr., in the home of Mrs. Curtis Crouch, Highway 45 East. Mrs.. M. O. Hamey and Mrs. T.K:Shelton were assistant hostesses. Country-style settings with bowls of fruit and candles were used on the serving and dining tables. _ Mrs. James 'Couper. introduced the speaker. Dr. Rom, professor of horticulture at the University of Arkansas and a well-known apple grower. His talk was on the role of the ap- jle in mythology and in Biblical times, in folklore and in history. He mentioned the health-giving quality of the apple, the many varieties and how best to store making project. Any' interested person may contact Mary Miller at 575-4851 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The firewood will not be delivered. Adelaida Blauw, VA Hospital, and Hilda Turner, Business Administrator UA, were accepted for membership into the cluh. Four-guests were present, Jo Ann Perry guest of Katherine Carnes, Faye Dolge »uest of Lorene Raymond, Pam Brady guest of Mary Miller, and Alma Kitchens guest of Frances Lee. Iowa Club Elects Year's Officers Dear Heloise: I thought your readers should have this idea in this month of October, and jack-o'-lanterns. If you want to preserve the pumpkins you carve for Hallo- we'en, just spray: them inside and out with a spray-on antiseptic. We had one stay good until the following. Anybody that ever has had forgotten jack-p'-lantern run into the rug or window sill will be delighted with this. Be sure all cut surfaces are sprayed to Annabelle Bud kill bacteria. Dear Heloise: My two daughters wear tights and knee high socks with school uniforms each day. It seems there are always a few pairs of each that get a rip or ravel at the top, but they are still good enough for play at home or outdoors, under slacks, etc. Rather than throw them away, I put a small safety pin at the top and when the girls go to their chest of drawers, they can easily look and tell which tights or socks are for school or to play around in. Saves a lot of confusion Alumnae Club To Help Boy land Alpha Delta Pi 'Alumnae presented Youth Bridge/ Inc. with a gift of nearly 5200 to help furnish the new cottage at Boy Land, home for boys in Winalow. The gift was raised from proceeds at a recent Alpha Delta Pi Benefit Garage Sale, held at the home of Mrs. David Albert. This year's president, Mrs. Coy Kaylor, Jr.. explained this was the second year the Alumnae members had chosen to benefit Boy Land. "We understand the remodeling at Boy Land will allow the home · to care for an additional eight boys," she said, "and they are going to need everything from curtains and bedspreads to study lamps. The proceeds from REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Schell of Fayetteville, a son, Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Van Asche of Fayetteville, a son, Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Dick L. Halbrook of Farmington, a daughter, Oct. 15. Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy R. Lackey of Fayetteville, a daughter, Oct. 15. Mr. and. Mrs. B o b b y D. McGuyer of Rogers, a son, Oct. 15: Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Parker of Fayetteville, a daughter, Oct. .15. , Mr. and Mrs. Farley J. Sisson of West Fork, a son, Oct. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Strode of Fayetteville, a son, Oct. 15. Bury The Mail SAN . BERNARDINO, Caljf. (AP) --Neither rain nor snow nor gloom of night stays post- their appointed men from rounds, but sometimes the temptation is strong to take the mailbag out and bury it. That's what happened in the case of Richard M. Campa, 26. He pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor charge and resigned from the Postal Service .after he allegedly took his mail pouch with 300 letters out to the foothills Oct. 7 and buried it. A motorcyclist discovered the bag four days later, and it was traced to Campa. Postal inspectors said the mail was in good condition and would b e ' " · · - - - · planation Cainpa's action. delivered. No" was given Watts Withdraws Candidate for the Springdale nayor position, James L. Valts, has withdrawn from the ilectipn, according to the Washington County Election Commission. ' Watte presented his letter of withdrawal to the commission .his week. He' gave no reason 'or dropping out of the Nov. race. The four remaining candidates are Dave Adair, David Miller, incumbent Park Phillips and Roy .Ritter. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR _ SWIFTS our garage sale furnish these needs." help to them. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Crouch who! read an invitation from the Bella Vista ; Garden 1 Club to attend. their program on table settings to be held Oct. 23 at 1:30 p.m. in Riordan Recreation Hall at Bella Vista. The November meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. C. K. Jones. The group discussed plans for a surprise Halloween project for their Chapter House at their monthly October meeting. Household Hint Before you wash white shoe strings in the automatic washer, loop them through a buttonhole of a white garment so that they do not get lost. ACORN To Interview Mayoral Candidates SPRINGDALE--Members of Organization for Reform Now (ACORN) will interview candidates for the Springdale mayoral slot Sunday, Oct. 27, at 2:30 p.m. The location of the interview will be announced at a later date. Representatives from each of ACORN's three community groups have formed a political action committee that will draw up questions to ask the candidates. ACORN members and iiiiiniiiiiiiiiTM^^^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight "* Alcoholics Anonymous,'Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Forty Club Dinner, Fireside Inn, 6:30 p.m. Dance, Asbell School, 8 p.m. citizens view. will attend the inter- Afterwards, ACORN members will vote on who they wish the political action committee to endorse. If any candidate receives' 75 per cent of the votes cast, the committee will actively campaign for him. New officers when the Iowa were elected Club of Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri met last Sunday at the Holiday Inn in Rogers with 139 persons in attendance. The group elected Omer V e r w e r s president, Ray Copenhaver vice president, and Mrs. Omer Verwers secretary- treasurer. All are of Kayet- ,teville. Invocation was given by Dr. L.C. Byerly of Bella Vista. President Charles Rupert in '··-traduced the progarm which · · consisted of organ and piano "duets by Mrs. Bill Wellons and Mrs. Al Spielman and com- ·"munily singing led by Mrs. - · R a l p h Ickis, accompanied by : Mrs. Spielman. All are of Bella Vista. -·'·· Greeters for the occasion - were Mr. and Mrs. Rupert, Mr. ..and Mrs. Ralph Ickis, and Mr. r.:.and Mrs. J. Wilton McQueen. The door prize, a bronze ·,,chrysanthemum plant, was won by Eunice Rahtz, Fayetteville, who is a charter member of the club. For being the only -couple present who attended the - - f i r s t meeting of the club in 1954, Mr. and Mrs. Don V. Handley ,., .of Siioam Springs received a _,, yellow plant, and Mr. and Mrs. ^.Herbert Sorenson of Bella Vista who were celebrating their 48th ^ wedding anniversary received a plum chrysanthemum plant. '^ The time and place of t h e "'"April, 1975, meeting w i l l be . , announced later. Dear Heloise: I am employed as a secretary in a downtown office and occasionally have to take the bus home. One windy day I wore a pleated skirt to work not knowing that I would be riding the bus that evening. When I found out I was fran tic because I didn't want to have to worry about fighting the wind to keep my skirt down Just before leaving work, decided to staple my skirt to staples in and close to the hemline of the skirt. my slip. I placed between the pleats 2nd ANNUAL ANTIQUES SHOW SALE «TOBERJ8-19-20_ Fayetteville, Ark. National Guard Armory (near Airport) Hwy. 71 S. 22 Antique Dealers from TO States Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday around here for me. Household Hint A f t e r polishing the brass knocker on your front door, rub the shiny metal with warm parafin on a dampened cloth. This will help to preserve the shine and beauty of'the knock- Kay M. er. TOMORROW'S PRIZEWORD PUZZLE CLUE WORDS In order to make a easier for you to win, we have listed, among others, the correct words to Sunday's 1 October 20th Prize word Puzzle! Sunday's Puzzle Is Worth $270 --Plus $100 Bonus Money October--National Restaurant Month SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio hearltruarters t «Jfrctron1cs tlaee IK* 520 N. College 44 For Your Prescription Needs Sea Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center - 44Z-4Z48 City Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Republican Women's Club Antique Show and Sale, National Guard Armory, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 1:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Washington County Historical Society, Mount Comfort Community Building, 3 p.m. Christine Scott Voice Recital, Central Missionary Baptist Church, 3 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. [[·win Another FAMILY WEWIY Exdusive - October 20 Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy, 71 «. (Old Pancake House! BE A SALESMAN IN REAL ESTATE Enroll in our Real Estate Course to Start Oct. 22 Prepare to Take the State Real Estate Examination Now. Approved by the Arkansas ReyEstale Commission. Classes will meet on Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. for 8 weeks. Fayetteville Business College 221 South Locust . Phone 442-2241 Licensed by State Dept. of Education BEQUEST BULK CABLING CALLING CAR CARES CASES CLEAN DROP FACTION FATTER FICTION FITTER FOOLS FUN GLEAN GUSH HULK JAW JITTERS JITTERY LEAD LEAK LENS NOTES OWL PAN PAW PIPS PORTS PRICE PRIZE PUSH REQUEST RINK RUSH SORTS TALE TALK TEAM TOOLS VOTES WALL WILL For Home Delivery Call 442-6242 521-8686 Rl 2 Johnson Rd. FayeT1«vi!l«, Ark. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwfchei We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11.9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Toes. Closed Mon. at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tonlifown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) RankAmerlcanl -- Bfasler Charge CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Sprtagdale Marty Marys COACHMAN KESTAURANT 12i2 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUBS., thru Sat., 5 p.m. (il 10p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. CHINESE DISHES ey STEAKS SHRIMPS Open 59:30 P.M. Closed twnlay Monday wee BOWL Hirtmr iu North -- Kirk Douglas: Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the Breakfast 6:30-10:30 Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5:00-9:00 09 BUFFET 3 kinds of meat, assorted vegetables, salads, home made pies. Restaurant Will Close 2 p.m. Sunday 2 Is Hollywood's "Feistiesl" Star Finally Mellowing? "I used to be a perjectionist. But maybe that's the easy way out. Now thai I've matured, I can see myself more clearly. The longer I'm in the business, the more I realize, that I need, help -- that everybody does." Over the years, lew actors have been as "controversial" in entertainment circles as veteran Kirk Douglas. He has been called egotistical,, argumentative - and in the words of one famous director, he acts as if an atom bomb were about to go off. This week, Douglas opens up for FAMILY WEEKLY. Read his opinions on acting, directing and producing - and why, after his wife produced one of his films, he decided, in spite of her success, that he would never let her do it again! In your copy of the

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