Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1976 · Page 5
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
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·::.·';! :rii'i : !ii-I'll riii:-BT't-P/'B.:'!!!; i.N;" 1 ^''I::ji, 'JiEi.'if S'.s Wednesday, April 14, 1976 · 5 i Tin ;!!--:i,:':. i Exhibition Al Arkansas Arts Center To Feature Artists In Nearby States Townsend Wolfe, executive ircctor of the .Arkansas . Arts enter in . Rock, has GARDEN CLUB. PRESENTS AWARD .. .Mrs. Hiltann, le/1, the first Maple.Hills Garden Club Book Award from Mrs. ·Sauls, club president F i r s t : , Award Given Maple Hills' Garden Club mot Thursday in. the home of Mrs. Larry Tompkins. Mrs. Adrian Coo'per was co-liostcss and chairman of the plant sale, of cultings, bulbs and greenery contributed by members. Morning coffee was served informally on the patio.: . The honored guest. Miss Susan Hillmari. recipient of the first Maple Hills Garden Club Book Award under a recently established scholarship ' agreement between the garden club and the Deparlment of Horticulture and Forestry at the University o! Arkansas. Miss Hillman who is starting her senior year m horticulture, accepted the.first two books under the award. She Prayer ."Meeting' Scheduled Hundreds of people will meet to pray tor the country;- Thursday evening at, 7 o'clock at Trinity Temple in Fayetlevillc. This is the second of sevciu! such meetings thai w i l l , be called in this Bicentennial year and every Christian is.inyited "Our Foi . Fathers were ' men of prayer. Ilistory'rccords t h a t , before 'signing t h e Declaration of Independence each man bowed in prayer This nation cun be saved from ivmi me ijiumu^ ui vuium spiritual and moral bankruptcy i six, 205 cemeteries will hav if-' Christians will pray. The bfcn copied.; The society ask same ' God that heard the "--· ' TM- -' ""·"'" prayers of -those stalwarts of history, who risked, everything Society Publishes Sixth Volume On .Benton Cemeteries · ·The Northwest Arkansas Genealogical Society nns an noimcHi I h a t Volume Six "Cemeteries of Eenton Counli Aikansas." is n o w , a t : Die printers and information or orders on any of the six volumes may he obtained by writing (o Northwest Arkansas Gcncalofij Society, Ccmclary Chairman 1004 N. Dth Street, Roger si Ark 756. ' ' . With the printing of volum ' nuounced that the "9lh Annual rints, Drawings and Crafts Exhibition" will he judged this ear by Donald Foster, owner nd director of the Foster-White ,rt Gallery-in Seattle Wash. The exhibition which is spoti 1 ored by the Arkansas Arts Center will open May 14 and un through J u n e ' l ! . 1976. All irtisls who were born or esiding in Arkansas, Louisiana M i s s i s s i p p i , Missouri Oklahoma. Tennessee a n d Tevis are eligible lo enter the exhibition. Artists arc limited TM o a total of three entries - ( one or all categories. All works must he-origm'.il and completci during the years 1975-76 -am must not have been exhibits previously in the Arkansas Ait Center. The deadline for enlrj blanks and .deliveries is Frida\ April 23. Foster will be m a k i n j his jury selection on Apri 28. He will give a lectur thai evening at the Arkansu Arts Cenler oil "Norlhwcs Artisls" al 7:30 p.m. There no admission lo his leclure. As director of the Foster-Whit Art Gallery, Foster has bee juror of many exhibitions bol on a state and nalional leve He is presently a consullan with the Division of Ilumanilie and the Arls with the Ford Foundation in New York. In 1973 Foster served as project director ot the "Economic Sur- 'ey of the Performing Arts" vith the ford Foundation. Before assurning the directorship of the Foster-White Art Cooking s Fun allcry, Foster served a.. c'neral manager of the Seattle epertory Theatre, as director exhibits with the Seattle's 'orld's Fair and was assistant ) the general manager of redcrick and Nelson. a ivision of Marshall Field and ompany in Seattle. Foster is prescnlly n member t the Board of Trustees of the o I I o w i n g organizations, Seattle Reperlory Theatre." Scuttle Symphony Orchestra." By CECILY BIIOWNSTONE Associated I'rcK Fooil Editor COMPANY LUNCH Gold Coin Soup Hard Rolls Hot Ralatouile wilh I t a l i a n Sausage Fresh Fruit Compote GOLD COIN SOUP. a pound (5 med.) carrots, peeled and thinly sliced about 2 cups 1 small onion, thinly sliced lira-ounce can condensed chicken broth,, undiluted IflVi-ounce can condensed cream of potato soup, undiluted : Lemon juice Simmer carrots. broth, covered, until onion and lender. Puree in an Electric blender wilh the potato soup. Add 1 cur) milk. Heat gently, stirring of ten. unlil boiling. Stir in enough more milk to make a pleasant consistency. Chill. At serving time slir in more milk, t necessary, and a leaspoonful or ind "Friends of Ihe Crafts." He i a former member of Ihe. lll . vuo .,,,, J . ,,.,, cattle Arts Commission, t h e i s o O f lemon juice or enough 'heatre Communication Group; | 0 su jt vmlr O un taste. Serve and was a member of thej c o ji. Makes 4 to 6 servings, ioard of Trustees of Resident Ticatrcs in Seattle. . Ho is a graduate of Stanford University with a B.S. Degree and a'M'.B.A. Degree from the Graduate School of Business rum Stanford University. Awards to be given at the '9th Annual Prints,- Drawings ·and Crafts Exhibition" will include an award of 5500 lo be given -to* the "Best In Exhibition." Awards of 5200 will be given separately to the best i the three categories ol Prints," "Drawings." and "Crafts." An additional S2.000 will be made available by the Arkansas Arts Center for pur- is presented chase awards. This exhibition i n is exnioiuon is picauiiitu utuxiui; jiunMt* u.i» ,,....., -with the assistance of Grants--] shortening until (inc. Stir in w Iri-Aid awarded by the National '"' =" ri f n r m m l n a smo "' Endowment on the Arts, through the Arkansas Stale Arts Ind Humanities Council. For f u r t h e r information write the Arkansas Arts Center, P.O. Box 2137 Little Rock, Ark. 72203 or call 1501) 372-40CO. : Dawn Hill Women Golfers Plan ladies Day' Events For Season . that anyone knowing of private, public, forgotten, abandoned or homestead, burial sites- contact is interested in . c i v i c lands scaping and city beaulification and is currently one ot Ihrce of Dr. A.E. Einert's students working on plans for Lake Fay- eltevillc Arboretum. Mrs. Eugene Sauls, president, announced that the club had been awarded the Certificate o! Merit f r o m the Arkansas Federation of Garden Clubs for "having attained the Standard of Kscellenco. Mrs. Sauls, gave a ·'''comprehensive report of the recent Garden Council acti- ' vities. -.' Mrs John P. Owen, nominating committee chairman presented a slate of officers who were elected as follows ",Mrs. Bruce Armstrong, president: Mrs. C.L. Tompkins. first vice president, Mrs. Aaron Belli, second vice president; Mrs. James Moore, secretary; Mrs. . Paul Gayer, treasurer: Mrs. ' Seth Jewell, historian-reporter: and Mrs. Sauls., parliamentar- The May 13 meeting will hclri in the home of Mrs. Fred . Vorsangcr. A nature trip scheduled for the program. Protect Skin Most women spend a lot o their lime coaxing a tan which is supposed lo make them look young, healthy and beautiful. In reality, a sun Ian may look to establish a ' free country, is the cemetery chairman ulive and well today and to our Cemeteries .listed in Volume nation Ho is saying: If my - ='" A11 "" """ R"lhrl. people, who are. called by my n a m e , ' ( I n God We Trust) will pray, and seek my .face and urn from .their wicked ways. I will h e a r ' f r o m heaven and will- forgive, their sins und heal their land." so stated B.J. Willhitc, pastor at Trinity. mi] inn iiiiiiiiiiini iiiiiniiniiiBiiiiiniiD iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii 4-H Club News FAYETTES ·' Plans to participate in tho Coimty clean-up campaign were discussed the -regula great hut can have long- lasting consequences which arc terrible. Sun dries out the skin. causing it Eo wrinkle prematurely a f l e r several years ol repeated exposure. Cancer cells can alsn develop on skin that has been exposed to loo much sun. Protect your skin this summer widi a sun screen or tanning lotion which limits th/: amount of sun your can recicvc. m e e t i n g ' h e l d at Soulhside nap (isl Church. The club will pick ip trash along Hie streels i south Fayctlcville around Bald win. Inc. on Tuesday April 17. Oilier plans for the cluh t Tltcnrl 4-H Day.s at Silver Dnlia City on May 15 Ifv were als discussed. Announcements on Count Activity Day on May 1 and Hi i-I[ Dress Revue on April 5 were made by Mrs. Don Johl son cluh leader Donoie Joh son reported that club member \von two blue ribbons is th ·I-H Poultry BRQ Contest he on April 3. Since .Melissa Smi was one of (he five winner .she will represent the club ar county by participating in t' Distnct contest. Rcfreshmcn were served by Melissa Smi and Kenny Keidel [ert a game. Kcnrlel Amenl was wclcom as a nc\v mcmhcr. Shallow Cooling Cool food promptly in sm quantities and shallow Uyers that the temperature of the [o is brought cinwn to refrigeral temperature, -in degrees, in t 1 to.three hours. . are Alley, Bell. Bethel. Itler Creek, Case, Dickson, airmounl. G.A.R., Gentry, otcher Gravette, Heaslel, Hi- Marlin-Larue. Ozark. Ph-\ .. : Robinson-Yell. Wann, and ilson. SItOAM SPRINGS :-- Hollie Crockett and fcrrel G e a r won the Blind Partner low net ball contest on Tuesday when members of the Dawn Hill Ladie.s ! . Day Association had their first play ° r lllc season. The group of : players teed off 10 a.m. and played nine holes cfore luncheon, was served in e Esquire room at the club, business ' mccf iiir! followed, resided over by president ollie Crockett, bottle Tuttle was welcomed a new member and 17 omen v\ere in attendance uring the business meeting the roup.ivolctl to participate ii h e Northwest Arkmisas Mrs. Walker Guest Of Garden Club Year Round Garden Club met si week in the home of Mrs .K. Casper with Mrs. Edwin hern serving as co-hosless efrcshnienls, of lea, coffee a m ' locolute cake were served 1 5 members and a specif ucsl, .Mrs. .DarrclL Walker 'ho is stale chairman't' nr N«rfb\s - es( A r k'a n s a :ngional Planning Commission Mrs. Walker gave un infer lalive ,reporl on, Bicenlennia rojccls in Norlhwesl ArVinnsap lie was presenled an 'Englis t-y plant by- the club and jinoming begonia plant Croi Mrs. Casper, who ulso fiav icgonias to each member. Mrs. T.E. Gulnnan cfinriuctc he business meeting when Mrs. Joe Grumpier gave a report on be stale convention held in Hot Springs. Year Round .Club received an award-lor aKaiiiinQ the standard of excellence with great honor arid an award for laving attained the horticulture roll \vHti honor. F o l l o w i n g the meeling members loured Mrs, Casper's spring garden. Interesting Flavor . Grated orange rind or slivcreri orange peel yellow'part only gives beef or lamb stciv Fin interesting flavor. Personals Dr Harlan N. Head, his wife Inrilyn, and their three child ren, , of San Francisco. Calif rrived today for ;\ ten day visi his parents, Mr. and Mrs C. Henri, and his sister an brother-in-law, C'arolyn an John Leonard. Dr, Hcnd i issociatecl with the Environ n c n f a l Control pepariment ncn Bechtel Corp.. in San Fran cisco. He presently is in charg of .ttie scientific group workin the Environmental Prole Agency's Alkali Scrubbin , Test Facility at the Shuwnf es Power Plant in Pactucah, K He is also working on 11 Muscle Shoals project in Al hama a n d has j u s t rc:titrnf from omens Golf Association for 7G, and a check was issued cover the-year's .dues which ust be pnid by Ihe time of e Executive Board meeting to E-. held at Burns Ga^ile south ' FayelteviHe at 10 'a.m. on pril 22. This year players will ivided inio three groups, those ishing lo play 18 holes, nine olcs, and a third group wishing o play oT beginning golfers will ay only three liolesi Lillian Wilcpx, who will irect plays o f ' I h e day, to be elri each Tuesday, explained be method players were lo use p o s t i n g Ihcir scores each l i me, anil players cards must be . s i g n e d , ales and attested. Those jluycrs whn cannot be present n Ladies Day (Tuesday) uan ilay their match on SumUiv following the meeting date, provided Mrs. Wilcox. or Mrs. jeSn are notified. Winners of h e T uesday conlesls wil 1 he announced but prizes w i l l be leld until the Awards i J unt: 1 -'-on which is held the.first Tuesday n December. Lavonne Hayes, tournament c h a i r m a n , announced that Driwn'Uill would host the Men's Northwest Arkansas Pro Am on May 10, and that women would work al four holes on Ihe course jti a money-making project. All players were asked to t u r n in all .score cards so '-hat each member can be given ; handicap, as Ihe group voE« to have computerized hanriic^ns this year through Ihe Handicapping system. SATURDAY REFRESHER Minircuben Turn overs Beverage MIMREUBEN T U R N O V E R S 3 cups flour 2 tablespoons sugar \h teaspoon baking powder . 2^ teaspoons salt V4 cup shortening ] cup ice water G ounces sliced Swiss cheese, cut into 1-inch si rip s 6 ounces sliced cooked corned beef (lean), cut into 1-inch strips Kraut Mixture, see below Stir together the hour, sugar baking powder and sail; cut i tcr and form inlo .. ball; divide in half. On a paslr cloth with a stockinet covere rolling pin roll out one-half pastry into a large round, abb Ife-ihch thick. With a 3-iuc round cookie cutter, cut in rounds. Repeal with remainii pastry. Reroll dough scraps. 0 each round place several stri or cheese and corned beef ai abouL 1 teaspoon of the Kra Mixture. Fold rounds over lorni semicircles. Pinch edg to seal, then seal again pressing edges wilh fork line Fry in hot deep fat healed 375 on a ^deep-fat Ihermomel unlil golden brown; turning once -- a b o u t . 2 minutes. Drain on brown paper. Keep hot in: a warm oven as fried and serve hoi. Makes about. 60 strikingly delicious hors d'oeuvres. Kraut M i x t u r e : Stir together Vi cup mayonnaise, 2 table- Wife Finds Firm's Name A Source Of Irritation ·By ABIGAIL VAN BUHEN. DEAR ABBY: Irving and I have been married for a little over a year. It's the second marriage for both of us. . , First I want it clearly understood that I had nothing to do with breaking up living's 21-.vMr.okl .marriage. When I went to work for his company, his marriage was already turning sour even though he was still living at home [or appearance's The problem: Irving's business is named after 'his:ex-wife. She never was i n ' t h e business and contributed nothing to-its success. It Has grown into a multi-million-dollar corporation, and I r v i n g owns it all. (He manufactures a commercial product that bears his ex-wife's name, and I detest the sound of it!) I have asked Irving to. change the name of the company ccause it upsets me to hear it. He says I am asking* him lo do most 'unreasonable thing because it would cost a fortune to amc the name now, a n d ' h e simply cannot do it. -· Abby I know he can do it if he really wants to. Am I wrong insist on this one tavor? ' ' .. N U M f i E R TwO DEAR NUMBEH TWO: Being a business woman you should HIM- lioiv costly and impractical changing the name ol a suc- essfnlly established product voulil !e. 1 suggest you go lo work i changing ynnr attitude. ' . DEAR ABBY: 1 am a high school principal who has had it.- i lo here wilh thoughtless parents who hist pop m al Hi el r onvenience for a special conference. . : · Will voti please ask parents'who want to'oisouss a problem oncernmg their child'to phone [or an appointment or write, a Other professionals do not accept walk-in conferences.except n cases of emergency Last week I . h a d 16 waik-m meetings ·ith parents! My lime is scheduled, a n d . I .just can't see all people who want to see me when it'.suits t hem. ,,,,,"·,. DEAIt HAD IT: You aren't Hie only one wilh this problem, tany .Unclicrs iiave complained, ton. I hope this helps. , : Everyone has a problem. What's :yours?.F.or a 'penojiar J*-' ply, w r i t e lo ABBv! Box No. 69700, t,,A., Calif. 90069. Enclose tamped, self-addressed envelope, please.. a m p e , s e - a , .. C) by Chicago Trlliime-N.Y. News' Syria. Inc. o r i i m e - . . ews . . ,. , - , .,. iiilr^^ Daily Calendar Of Events Tonight · · · · , . ' ' . ' . ' ' · Transcendental .Meditation Lecture, 550 N. College, 8 p.m Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. be spoons chili sauce, 1 tablespoon minced chives. teaspoon paprika and I cup drained and loosely packed (about 8 ounces) sauerkraut. SMSTH'S Communication 2-Woy Radio Vou'r 2-Way , Radla Headquarters In Electronic* STnce 19 570 N. College .. -J2S : 14S-2222 Tor Your Prescription N«eds See Ut QUAKER DRUG Cttj Parking I/t In Seafood Salad wilh Cucumber Canapes Hot Biscuits Caramel Custard' Coffee CUCUMBER CANAPES 1 ounces grated (medium- fine) Cheddar clieesc 1 tablespoons mayonnaise 8 small pimientci stuffed green olives, minced I tablespoon prepared mustard IVi teaspoons bottled white horseradish 1 cucumber, 1 inches loiig Large pieces of tonslcri walnuts Mix together the cheese mayonnaise, olives, mustard and horseradish: chill 'to have (inn. (Makes a generous \i cup.) At serving lime, cut otf cucumber ends and discard. If wa.xed, pare; . not wa\ed wash 'and dry and leave un pared. Slice inlo '/t-inch round; for easy pickup -- there should be !M. Drv cucumber slices on toweling so cheese'topping all adhere. Turn a level .teaspoon Thursday : ' · ' . ' ' · . Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m.-U Chaplc'r BH, PEO, Mrs. Fletcher Hall, 9:30 aim/ ' '.'.' Washington Counlj'Republican Women's Club, Bowen's, 9:M Fayetteville Morning La Leche League, 617 N. Willow, 9:30 m. . , ' " ' · ''[' " . . . - . ' . ' . . ' Illinois Club, Wyall's, 11:30 a.m. . - . ; . . , , . . AHrtisa Cluh, Downtown Molo'r LodgeJ 12 noeii Rotary Cluh, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon . Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Rowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. ' "' .. Chapter AT ,PEO, Mrs. Mcarl McKiniicy, 1 p.m. Chapter K, PEO, Mrs. Joe B. Hall, 1 p.m. ' . . . " . " . Chapter S, PEO, Mrs. Jack Edmisteh, I p.m. High School Fashion Merchandising Class Style Show, Higfl School Gym, 1:15 p.m. . · ' City Hospital Auxiliary Tea, Mrs. W. C. Morion, 2 p.m.-S p.nv Weight Watchers, Gnf( Building, 7 p.m. . . : · · Parents Without Partners, Springdale Chamber of Commerce, Baldwin Commandery No^ ·!, Knights Templar, Masonfs Temple, 7:30 p.m. ' / : Association for Children Wilh Learning Disabilities, Arkansas Western Gas Co., 7:30 p.m. " Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library, 7:30 p m . Headers Thealer, Communications Building, 8 p.m. · New Singles Group, Springdalp Legion Hut 8 p m UA Dance Company "Spring Performance," Fine Arts.Cen- er Thealer, 8 p.m. iiinniiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii!iHii!'ii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiroiaiiiia»«i^H"ii" 1| i»° ll!lml " i! l |1 M A selection from our Henredon Gallery An unusual, yet practical took table torm in rugged solid ash with white oak and rare English lirown oak burl Veneers, From Heniedon Folio Twelve collection of furniture in the country English style, For furnishings of value and distinction, see our exiensive selection of Henredon for every room in your home. Your Best Tastes Better With SPEAS VINEGAR TEXAS FRENCH DRESSING Comhfne the following in o Jar. Shake , vigorously. 1 can lomato soup 1 cup salad oil 1/2 cup sugar 3/4 cup SPEAS Apple Cider Vinegar 1 Isp. pepper (scanl) 1 clove garlic 1 large onion-gtoled - ·. 3 Isp. prepared muslatd 1 Isp.Worcestershlre sauce 1 Isp. sail Makes 1 quart. · FREEVINEGAR RECIPE BOOK. WiiloSpoasCompa 2-100 Nicholson Avo,, Kansas City, wissouil.64120 JEWELRY DEPARTMENT Southgate Shopping Center DIAMOND PENDANTS DIAMOND EARRINGS Reg. $ 29.87 JEWELRY BOXES OPEN MON. a THURS. NITES TIL 8:30 .1

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