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October 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Wednesday, Oct. 23, 1974 * 9 illHUIHHH^ Credit Women Install Officers Credit women of FayeUcville-iV of Little Hock, and Mrs. Dovie International mcl last Friday inslcy.Jhird vice president of evening, at the Holiday Inn for .he animal installation banquet. Mrs. Glcndora Sharp presided and introduced the special guests and installing officers, Mrs. Fayc. Hively, slate presi- dctil and Mrs. Alcene Giger, First vice president of District Announcements To Observe Anniversary Mr. anil Mrs. Ray Davis of Elkins will observe t h e i r Gnldcii Wedding anniversary from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Sunday, Ocl. Z7, at tlic Hichland View Community Church. They were married Oct. 25, 1DZ4 by the Rev. Sheridan Johnson at his home in Wesley and are the parents of three children, Clifford Davis of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Hazel Bcntley and Mrs. Geraldine Smith of Elkins. They h a v e eight grandchildren and a great grandchild. All friends and relatives are invited to the reception and the couple requests that no gifts he brought. Musical Program Is Held Sigma national Alpha Iota, professional Inter- music fraternity for women, held its . October meeting and musicale in the home nf Mrs. Gail Croxton last Thursday evening. Members of both the Fayet- AHimnae Chapter and 0 micron, the college teville Srgma chapter were represented. The business meeting conducted by Mrs. ^Robert Hickson, president. announced would be It was that ' piano music purchased for the University's Fine Arts Library a memorial to the late Mrs. H. Hunnicult, a charter patroness member of llic local fraternity. Yearbooks were dis- fratemity tribnletl-by. Mrs. F r a n 7. Bat- II IIJILL^LI "J . ··"- - f tenfield, yearbook chairman lor Sigma Omicron, and an invitation to a formal rmisicale was - by the college occasion will be Thursday, Nov. , ,,. tiie t 'home of Mrs. Roger Widder Fraternity education m the'form of a crossword puzzle was presented by Miss Connie Bowie under the direction of the e x t e n d e d chapter. The at 7-30 p.m was p: _ ' under tni chairman, Mrs. Carl Lang. T h e m u s i c a l e f o r ev the works by Chopin, Scarlatti and Debussy, excerpts Jrom her forthcoming November recital. She is a student of Miss Beatnz Pilapil. Also performing were '- Mrs Lester Howick. soprono '. and Mrs. Hickson, paino ac- who presented . e o m p a n i s t , -- .--. : w o r k s by Schubert and ' Tlie SS ^hostess served refresh- · monts from a table decorated i in an October theme. Her home '· was filled throughout with fresh · autumn flowers. Members concluded the evening with a tour · of Mrs. Croxton's piano labora- £ tory teaching studio. Mrs.Crudup Is Birthday Honoree R e l a t i v e s a n d friends gathered at the home ol Mrs. Stanley Crudup in Crosses on Sunday to observe her 75th birthday, a day early, and that of her cousin, Mrs. Oren Penny, whose birthday is Oct. 24. Guests were Clint Foster, Jimmy Foster,-Mrs. Geraldine Dennis, Miss Paula Dennis, Mrs. JoAnn Alsafar and children, Melody Jane, Jahina and Kayri, Mr. a n d Mrs. Keith Kordt and daughters, Kim, Kristy and Kelly, -Capt. and Mrs. James Walthers and daughters, Laura, Brenda, Carla and Shana, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugbey and daughter, Janet, a student- at .Hendrix College, Mr. and Mrs. Al Cathcart, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cathcart and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cathcart and baby, son, Michael of Fayetteville: Mrs. Inja Lee Meinders and daughter, Nancy, and Mrs. Audrey Campbell of Prairie Grove, Mrs. 0 r a Smith of Oklahoma City, David Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Foster, Elhert Foster,.Edison Foster of Elkins. Three of the guests were Mrs. Crudup's d a u g h t e r s , Mrs. Mcindcrs, Mrs. Robert Hughey arid Mrs. Helen Parret. Unable to attend was her son George Crudup of Los Angeles, Calif., and a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Robbins of Omak, Wash. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Hughey and decorated by Mrs. James Walthers, her granddaughter. Saturday eveniitg guests were Mr. arid Mrs. Ellis Wilson. of Ml. Comfort, Mrs.. 'Irene Campbell of Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs. Art Tail of San Diego, Calif., all cousins of the late Stanley Crudup. ' Legion Tourade Set The American Legion Firs District's 21st tourade wil assemble at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Legion Hut in Huntsville ano. depart for Kingston, Greei Forest. Berryville, Eurek Springs and Rogers where tli commander's banquet will b held at 7 p.m. at the Legio Hut. On Friday the group wi leave the VA Hospital i Fayetteville at 1 p.m. to Siloam Springs, Lincoln, Prairi Grove and Springdale where th commander's banquet will tak place. On Saturday, the tourade will assemble at the Legion Hut in Cave Springs at 9 a.m., and go to Bentonville, Hiwasse, Sulphur Springs, Gravette, Gentry and Fayetteville for the commander's banquet at 7 p.m. Post members, their wives and Auxiliary members are invited to attend and those attending are requested to bring two dishes, vegetable or salad or dessert. The meat, bread and drinks will be provided. A. Charles Hochier is district commander, Mrs. Nora Bee Lingelbach is district Auxiliary president, Dale Pierce is d i s t r i c t executive c o m milteeman, and Harry Olson tourade marshal!. Tourade guests will be Earl Cherry of Cabot, department c o m m a n d e r ; Mrs. Carol Wharton of- Little . Rock, department auxiliary president; and the Rev. George 'Fletcher of Mountain Home, department chaplain. Bridge News Mrs. Norman McCartney and ,arry Horn were first place vinners at Sunday afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club games at the Legion Hut. Second place winners were Doug Dorland and Joe' Scott and tying for third arid fourth places were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barbee and Dr. and Mrs. Earl Riddick. In Monday night's games, Doug Dorland and Henry Thibault were first placo winners; second place went to Mrs.-J. A. Laner and Mrs. E. Torbett, third place to Mr. and Mrs. Barbee and fourth to Mrs. Joe Scott and Mrs. Jeremy Hess. The group will change i t s place of play from the Legion Hut to the Downtown" M o t o r Lodge on Monday,. Nov.-.4, for the same sessions at the same times. ,:/ Washington Regional Medica Center Auxiliary will meet a 10 a.m. Thursday in the Library Conference · Room at the hospital. Guest speaker will be. Dr. Clyde Bowers of the Ozark Guidance Center whose topic vill be "The Spectrum o Menial Health Services." History and Antiques Group )f AAUW will meet at 2 p.m Saturday in the home of Mis :,ula Busby. 1510 Oakcliff. Mis Busby will give the program on histerware. h o " District, - Mrs. Judy "raleigh, president of Forl mith, Miss .Edna "Short anc Irs. Claudia Vaughn of F o r t mith. ·· . . . · · · · . · Annual reports were given iy committee chairmen Mrs. Hively. 'assisted by, Mrs Jiger installed the following officers for 1974-75: Mrs.'Eloise Bass, president; Mrs. Kathorinc arnes. first vice president Mrs. Wilrria Gabriel, 'secont vice president; Mrs: Mary Lo Smith, third vice president Mrs. Ruth Varner. secretary and Mrs. Dixie Holland, trea :uror. The next meeting will be Oct. Deviled Beets If you lo pep up an rdintiry fish dinner, add some asly deviled beets tb . y o u r menu. They are almost like a lot relish. 1 Ib. canned diced heels 3 t'jsps. butter or margarine 2 tbsps. prepared mustard 2 tbsps. noriey 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce Ileal beets in their liquid: drain. Over low heat, sttr teg«- · thcr the remaining ingredients until blended; a d d drained beets and reheat. Mak.es 4 or 5 servings. ; ', , Dry Celery Leaves Pick off celery leaves and dry on a cake rack in a-very slow oven. Use '· later for flavoring soups and stews. · . Inn. at 7 a.m. at the Holiday SI. John's Catholic Church in Huntsville will sponsor a chili supper from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Thursday at Ihe Community Center. Chili, salad, dessert and coffee will be served. Proccncls from the supper will be donated to the Honduran Hurricane Relief Fund. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight · ' ' · ' . "Protest and Communicalicm," UA Library, 4:30 p.m. "' Washington County Republican Clubs, Ozark Electric, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Annoymuos, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. University-North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra', Arkansas Union Ballroom, 8 p.m. Bloom In Bedroom Want to set your bedroom abloom? Try redecorating your room with some pretty floral accessories. Permanent press fabrics that are 'easy to launder may be used to create beautiful draperies, bedspreads, comforters and pillows. ' 1st Place Winner Rita's Hair Design Institute has just won 1st place in the 1974 student competition. The competition, sponsored by the Ark. Hairdressers and Cosme- tolpgist Assoc., was open to all cosmetology students in the state. Now Enrolling New Students RITA'S 1680 N. College, Fay. (across from McDonalds) 442-5181 SMITH'S Communication 2 - W a y Radio Yoir 2-way radio toariquarters . I. eiertronln lino* U!G N Collcec 4i3-Z?» For Your Prescription Neet!. See Us, QUAKER DW- « E. Center - 44SMM6 City Parking Lot In Re«. Thursday . · · Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. to )n Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, Library Conference Room, .0 a.m. . · : Altrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 -p.m. Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes ,1 p.m. . League of Women Voters, Trudy Scott, 1:15 p.m. , Marion Chapter, DAR, Mrs. C. G. Melton, 1:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 1 p.m. : Kappa Kappa Gamma Mother's Club, Chapter House, 7 jxra. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7 : 30 p.m. . . Goshen Easern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. ·· , . American more than There are 18 Legion Posts and 3,000* members in the first district which is made up of Benton, Carroll, Washington and Madison Counties. Great news for mothers cavity-prone children! Uniform Meat Balls To make meat balls uniform Sorority Plans Bazaar Xi Alpha Epsilon c h a p t e r members of Beta Sigma Phi met last week at the home of Urs. Jean Dye with Mrs. Dot jurtsinger as corhostess. Mrs. Janet Zachry, president, led the opening ritual and conducted .he business meeting. Plans were made -for the October birthday party at Sunrise Manor, held last Saturday, when hostesses were Mrs. Sharon Harriman.v Mrs. Pam Henderson, Mrs.- Leona Kelly, Mrs. Billie Blatt, Mrs. Mary Patrick and Mrs. Pearl Galloway. Members voted to participate in the "Round the Square Flea Market" on Oct. 26, and final plans were made for the annual Holiday Bazaar on Nov. 7. Proceeds from these two projects are to,go to the drive being conducted by the five Beta Sigma Phi chapters to obtain a thermography ma^ chine for Washington Regional Medical Center. Social chairman, Mrs. Joan Ray. outlined plans for the Nov. 2 "Come as Your Own Thing" costume party. · The cultural program, "public speaking" was given by Mrs. Zachry, who said that "public speaking is not limited to behind , the podium, or lo s p e a k i n g from a script. Examples were given of public speaking in daily living a nd members were asked to give Most children don c brush properly or often enough. That's why the dental scientists at Lever Brothers invented a new fluoride dentifrice called Aimf If you have children, read on: in sine, pat the ground beef into a flat cake and cut with a metal ice cube tray divider. They make just the;right size balls when roiled. examples of their use of public speaking. From a table decorated with fall colors, refreshments of apple squares, cider and coffee were served by the hostess. 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? ' Could 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 brushing. 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 ibout 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- Shower Honors Mrs. Henley ' Mrs. Ernest Stanherry Jr. ·· and Mrs. Gary Renegar enler . tained last week at the Stan- · berry residence with a baby '· shower honoring Mrs. Joe Lynn', Autumn floral arrangements were noted throughout the house, and Mrs. Henley re. · ceived a corsage. · Refreshments of coffee, tea, ; party sandwiches, tiny sweet rolls and a fruit compote were "' served to the 25 guests at: tending and Mrs. Slanberry '· presided at the silver service. : The hostess gift to Mrs. ', Henley was a handmade baby ', quilt. CRAFT CELLAR Art and Craft Supplies CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY, OCT. 21 6:30 TO 9 P.M. Ideas - Demonstrations 9 N. Block --443-3161 ftf To #0u -rile? A qroi/r ' ' ^ Mp To ffA\/£' 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 toothpaste? must be somewhat abrasive. That's how they keep teeth clean. searched more thoroughly than, any other anti-cavity ingredient. Aim has the precise amountof stannousfluoride. established as effective by dental authorities in reducing tooth decay. Ask your dentist about Aim; Add it up: A flavor to promote better bnishing. A gel that disperses faster and is low in abrasion. The precise amount of fluoride established as ef- · fective by dental authorities. . So, ifyouhaveacavity-pronechild.; ask your dentist about Aim. 'Hike Aim against cavities! L-VtiCHEOiJS , vVer A- Fferw' - BV k TW //*/ ' AT I I I I I I I I I Take this LEVER COUPON to your slore. Limit: One coupon per purchase. Save 1K on any size tube of Aim TO DEALER: We will teimbuise you for Ihe face vafue of Ihis - eou pon, plus 3 for ha nd ling, provided tnal you and the consumer have compli ed with tfie 1 erms of our conpo r offer. This cw pon is good only when redeemed by you from a consumer at time of purchasing specified brand. This cou por is non-assignable. I nvoices prow ng p u re hasc ol sufficient slock ol our bra nd s to covei coupe ns pie senledmusl be shown upon request. Coupons v/ill not be honored and will be void il presented through i outside ag cies, brokers or others who are no! retail (distributors of t brand, orwho are not specif icalfy iuthori?etl by us (o redeem this coupoa Cash varuel/20lhofU, Void ilprohib;tcd,1axedor re- slricted, Lever Brothers Company, Box 1 385, Cl inlon, OFFER EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 1975 Iowa 52734. 1 · Good only on Aim Toothpaste. Any olher use constitutes fraud. " ^^ ^^ """" _^^* ·

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