Northwest Arkansas Times, October 22, 1964, Page 13

Northwest Arkansas Times

October 22, 1964

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Fayetteville Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - October 22, 1964, Fayetteville, Arkansas Hints From Heioise— Mayonnaise In Keeps Gelatin Salad Molds From Sticking By HELOISE CRUSE greased it enough, a small TAP Heioise Dear:    'on the pan shakes it loose. Just how can I unmold a gel* If your salad is large...try set-atin salad? Mine tears and ting it in a pan of hot water looks as it it were never in a mold. Bride Hon, try greasing your mold with mayonnaise! And never immediately pour your hot gelatin into the mold. Let it cool a bit first. Then the heat won’t outside to melt the mayonnaise.    shade to hang them in. I simply You know how easily hardwood floors are marred... I have a tank - type sweeper, so I tied an old undershirt until it    loosens.    Then    dry the    over the metal slides (that bottom    of the pan    and    turn it    scraped the    floor as I dragged over on    a plate.    the sweeper    along) and now I Heioise    can pull it    anywhere without -I scratching mv pretty, shiny Dear Heioise:    'floors. When I hang colored clothes jn fact tj)e undershirt helps dry and have no t0 poUsh thern <> After it has congealed, turn the container over and run some hot tap water over the back of the mold. It will lossen beautifully. Sometimes, if you have Dear Heioise: turn them wrongside out to keep them from fading. Nellie Gallo Donna LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heioise: I have found that having a pencil available at all times is a great timesaver. The way in which I have accomplished this is to buy two or three dozen at a time, sharpen them all. and put them in a WEST FORK PTA and Mrs. John Vandiver and container by the telephone. Carl White. Civil Defense di- Mrs. ^ *nc|J Bell were in charge ’pjie house is soon so saturated | with pencils that it is always I possible to find one! Katherine J Moutoux PTA News rector for Washington County, of hospitality spoke to members of the West    - Fork PTA Thursday evening. He discussed the progress made in jfCttS Kffl61it attitudes toward civil defense    o plans, the preparations in dif DAC Coffee ferent areas of the county and Honored At the training exercises that have been carried or in fire, police and rescue work. Doyle Baker, principal of the high school, explained the two classes being conducted in Medical Self Help Care. West Fork is the first school in the county to present this program. It was announced that the Dear Heioise: Please tell your readers who are on a budget not to throw away the outside leaves of a head of cabbage. These leaves are wonderful to use when making a meat Mrs. James Clinton Ellis,! Use the usual meat leaf NumjuirHt Arkam Arkansas (Httnrs ociety Sorority Meetings be held in Little Rock during the AEA convention. Mrs. Marcella Thompson, vice president, distributed yearbooks to members A white elephant auction was presided It was decided to col- held at the close of the meeting lect clothing to be sent to t h e with benefits to go to    the conclave’s recently adopted conclave’s major project. Navaho Indian child.    The    hostess    was    assisted r-s were made for the Mrs. Marilyn Befinger. Kappa Kappa Iota breakfast to KAPPA KAPPA IOTA Kappa Kappa Iota. Alpha Epsilon Conclave, met at the home of Mrs. Roy Allen last Tuesday. Mrs. Louise Coker, president, by Shower Given For Newlyweds GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS . .. working on wares to be sold at the City Hospital Auxiliary*t annual Fall Tea and Bazaar are, left to right, Mrs. Henry Meenen, Mrs. Bryan Walker, Mrs. Arthur Liner, Mrs. L. V. Woodruff and Mrs. Henry Walker. (TlMESfoto by John K. Woodruff) state regent of the Daughters of the American Colonists, was guest of hon>r at a coffee given by Thomas Fox of Concord that your family loves, and it into egg - size balls Then wrap each ball in a cabbage leaf, stab with a toothpick, put j in a foil - lined baking pan. Chapter. DAC, last week, membership campaign, Mrs.    was    held    jn    th    e    I place in your oven, and cook as James    Newlin,    chairman,    w i    11    home of Mrs. Rovce Lansford,    j you would    ordinarily cook a continue    until    the    Nov.    19    meet-    Rapter regent. At the business    meat loaf. in&    ...    ;    session.    Mrs. B M Watts, state The cabbage will give the Hostesses for the ^social ho^u r jjhrarian reported on geneologi-1 meat an entirely new flavor. ^    ^    I Your family will love it because Mrs. B. R. Carter presented a    j ifs different    and not the ordin- -alloys, Decorations To Tempt Buyer At Auxiliary's Bazaar were Mrs. Boyd Deaton, Mrs Dennis Fox, Mrs. Benny Baker, Mrs. Ancel Waterson and Mrs. Tom Carter. PRAIRIE GROVE PTA The Prairie Grove PTA met recently for a program by Mrs. Howard Yates on counseling in the schools. T.e Rev. Robert Hughes, president, presided at the meet- brochure on the annual conference on geneology held in Norman, Okla., last weekend. Personals arv meat loaf. Jeanne Holt BETA SIGMA Pill SILOAM SPRINGS - “Tools for the Art of Life,” taken from the book, “Beauty” was t h e theme of the discussion at t h e Monday night meeting    of the Beta Gamma Chapter    of Beta Sigma Phi. The meeting was WEST FORK - A miscellan-' beld at the home of Mrs. Dar-eous wedding shower was given Lyons, and Mrs. Margaret recently for Mr. and Mrs. Rus- Jameson presented the program sell Smith in the recreation Memi*ers were reminded of room of the Baptist Church.!the Halloween costume party to Fall flowers    were    used    in    the    b* held at the home    of M r s. decor of the    room.    Anita Ray on October    29. when The white    linen    covered    gift    hushand'' of    wi" * table was centered with a white K^ts.    ..... basket of pink dahlias marked M" Connie Finn will be bort- with a matching satin bow and    ^    !    refG"' v encircled with pink dahlias A >* Md ,hf chaP,er on Nov‘ corsage of a red rose ties with a white satin bow was presented A display of handmade ponies, from 2 to 5 p m Tuesday in theisistants Mrs. Harry McPherson t0 \frs Smith. home of Mrs. Sam McNair 33 is telephone chairman, and as- fa the white iinen covered reams. ease consider t I s sjstjng ^ are Mrs Wallace freshmen table a blue vase of Hospital Auxiliary’s arnual "“S^“ Buxton, Mrs. W. G. Chamblee white chrysanthemums wa, Fall Tea and Bazaar Tuesday. | “We would appreciate good at- and Mrs s Backstrom. complemented by two white can- frogs, kittens, aprons, candles and holiday decorations will greet those who attend the City GOOD COMBINATION Ever add mushrooms to green lima beans’ Good combination! The group has been working for months on the toys and decorative items to be sold at t h e tea. tendance.” Mrs. Arthur Liner’s home has Committee members for the been the scene of weekly work tea have been announced. Mrs. | days on the items to be sold. Henry Shreve and Mrs. Cecil! Announcements Mrs. Herbert Lewis Sr. r e- tumed home Friday to conval- .    .    !    esce    after    being    a    patient    i    n mg where announcement was|S( John.s „ jta, jn Tu|sa made that the school eye exam-    _ ination will be held Nov. 2-4. Relatives of little Miss Vicki Rev. Hughey reported on t h e ^nnette Salesbury gathered to county PTA meeting at Green- ^ejp ce|ej3rate her first birth-J i ww    ,    .a » day at the home of her parents, | Mr. and Mn. Charles McNair and    §aisbury    of    I were the welcoming committee, Goshen Saturday evening. Vicki’s brothers, Terry and1 Randy, helped her open gifts, and special guests were grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dutton and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dutton. Mrs. Frank Lee, president of Farley are house party chair- the auxiliary, has announced ment. Mrs. Clarence Tune and that there will be no written in- Mrs. Bryan Walker are i n _,r.    .^u- r_____ vitations for the event to be held charge of bazaar items, and ^ Esperanto group will Mrs Ruth Folley is kitchen    .’Murat    Smith,    Mrs.    A. G. Webb, rhnirmnn    meet Saturday at 7 30 p m at    ■•    ’ cnairman    (    ^rs    j    q    Cantrell,    Mrs.    Frank In charge of tile decorating e me    ”rs    ’^    Crawford.    Sr.,    Mrs.    Estel    Winn, committee is Mrs. L. V. Wood- Holland. 1976 Greenview Any- Mrs 7ieak Hudson, Mrs. M 11- dles in cry stal holders Mrs Simeon Ward, mother of the bridegroom, presided at the p u n c h bowl. Hostesses were Mrs. Wendall Caughman, Mrs Charles Ray, Mrs. Clara Stockburger, Mrs. Melvin Hughes. Mrs. Ed Water-field. Mrs G. E. Garnett. Mrs. I. Mrs Bessie Hodges gave a report on the history of Beta Gamma and explained how the various chapters over the nation contributed annually to the cancer and cystic fibrosis research. Mrs. Svkes Gives Talk To B&PW SILOAM SPRINGS - “Personal Development” was the subject discussed by Mrs. Mary Lou Sykes when the Business and Professional Womens Club js assjgned to Hdqrts. Co. met in the home of the presi- y.S A. Garrison at Orleans, dent, Mrs. Reba Longfellow, for pranc^ a covered dish dinner. Word has beer received here of the promotion to the rank of captain of John D. Swaim. Captain Swaim is a grandson of Mrs. Maggie Page of this city • Daily Calendar of Events • Tonight . .. IEEE Dinner. Holiday Inn. S:30 Noark Annual Girl Scout Council Meeting, City Library. 7 p m, Zeta Tau Alpha Junior Alumnae. Mrs. Bill Cox, 7:30 Voiture 956. Forty & Eight, Legion Hut, 7:30 DeMolay Chapter, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Women Voters, General Meeting, Fayetteville High School, 7:30 Past Matrons of OES, 821 Hughes. 7:30 Beta Sigma Phi City Council, Mrs. Annette Miller, 8:30 Friday . . . Jaycees, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Charity League, Mrs. C. B. Wiggans, I Dental Assistants, Campbell-Bell, 7:30 ruff with Mrs. William Blair and Mrs Henrv Meenen as as- one interested ir. the intemation- ford Pegram and Mrs. Stella a1 language is invited.    Hale. I. K. TUCKER, M.D. ANNOUNCES IHE OPENING of his office at 1031 N. COLLEGE AVE. for tho General Practice of Medicine. Patients seen by Appointment. TELEPHONE HI 3-2131 During the business meeting, the club's project, getting new street lights to be used as decorations during the Christmas season, was discussed. Half of the cost of the new street decorations, is to be paid by the city and the Chamber of Commerce, with the B & PW raising the balance. SILOAM SPRINGS - Richard Grubb celebrated his 10th birthday Sunday with a party given by his mother, Mrs. Fern Grubb. Guests were invited from 1:30 until 3 p.m. to play games and enjoy refreshments. SILOAM SPRINGS - California visitors were the inspiration Plans were discussed for mem- for a family dinner at the hers to attend the district meet-;Greene King ^me sunday, ing in Rogers, Saturday .    Here from California are Mr. The next meeting will be held and Mrs william Anglin who at the home of Mrs. Lillian have ^een voting relatives and Sours Nov. 6. friends. In addition to the honored guests, present were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cobb of Hominy, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shackleford of Jay, Okla., M r. and Mrs. Elme Shackleford, WSCS Schedules Rummage Sale W.S.C.S. Circle 12 at Central Methodist Church has planned a Kansas. Okla., and Mrs. W. S. rummage sale Friday *rom 7 Lee of Blocker, Okla a m. to I p.m. at the legion hut. Infants and childrens clothes, along with adult clothing, will be sold. Mrs. Miller Ford is chairman of the event and the group hopes to further yearly projects with money from the sale. ETCALFE MECOM) SHOP ca WOKXSON (Urn n wf nmfk I FLAT-ERY Will Get You Everywhere When It's •lAiimiM snots Block Wine Wet Sand Soft, Light Construction $795 Busy-Day Delight The Fall and Fashion Rightness of Prettier Flats 3 East Mountain GENE L. THRASHER IS INTERESTED IN YOU! ★ Young ★ Energetic ★ Honest ★ Reliable ★ Qualified ★ Efficient For most of my 42 years, I hava boon interested and active In public affairs, with a real desire to be of service to people. That's the main reason I seek tho important office of County Judge. My wife and I have a family of two children. We know the problems of parents with school age children; and, because we know, we can understand your problems. My excellent health means that you can be sure I shall be on the job every day working for you. The drive and energy that helped build my business as a stock broker will be working for you when I am elected. The same desire to serve our country that put me In uniform during World War ll will still be working to help make this a better community for you and your family. I am proud of my active affiliation with such organizations as the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary International, American Red Cross (local board member), Shrine, Tri-County Blue Lodge Association (chairman), Farm Bureau, American Legion, Sales A Marketing Executives' Club, B P O E. No. 1987, United Commercial Travelers, Beaver lake Improvement Association, Democratic Central Committee, Fayetteville Civil Service Commission, and two Porent-Teacher Associations. Add to theta my wife's active work in P-TA, Bond Parents and Girl Scouts. We are both members of the First United Presbyterian Church of Fayetteville. We earnestly solicit your support in this campaign. In return, I pledge to conduct the affairs of the office of County Judge In a wise and efficient manner, extending its courtesies to everyone fairly and irreproachably. - VOTE NOV. 3 FOR - Gene Thrasher ll DEMOCRAT FOR COUNTY JUDGE For a Return to Fiscal Responsibility in Washington County" Pol. Adv. Paid For by Gene I.,. Thrasher, Fayetteville ;

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