Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1976 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
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* · Norihwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., April H, 1976 VAYKT1KMU.K, AHKAVSAS Two Evenings Of Dance Will Be Seen In University Fine Arts .Center UA DANCE COMPANY .will 'present a special "Spring Per/ormrmce" on cauipu- leaving /or a four oj the state next week. (Photo by Dauid HINTS FROM -Hit Housekeeping But Only Halfway Thursday and f'ricfnv before Bell) " Clean For A Day Many f i r m s specialize in icavy - duty'cleanings for, the home. Engage t h e services of e cleaning experts {or a day and present Mom wilh a sparkling clean hovne. blue-eyed gal's heart could ever hold. -- always, Heloise. Dear Folks; - Gel. yourself ready for · lecture from Heloise because here U comes: · ' I am trying to answer thousands of letters with one whack so just trv to read bclwccs the lines and see if. any of this i v _ _ apphes to you when it comes , elel jve t h l to housekeeping, and then be lothes]ine . under on the lookout/ Don't make a mountain out' of a molehill when it comes to housekeeping. Instead, take my wordi for it and try to "make a molehill out of the mountain..,". Learn to, cope with housekeeping and hit it onlv halfway. ONLY halfway. (Then,, if you have any energy left, add to that one-half mark.) "Face reality or t r y - t o put your housework on a computer basis." Now, if that isn't the most asinine statement that was ever written to me. I'd go on a starvation diet! Any human who can computerize housework -- just let us folks know how much the computer cost because we'll all make you a trillionalre. Look for the euation * when it 1 comes'to keeping your own domain. You pay the rent and utilities. Do it Uie way you want The University of Arkansas Dance Company wilt uyescnl two evenings of dance in a 'Spring Performance" Thur- thy and Friday at fl p.m. Under lltf direction of Bar,]o Hray, assistant professor^ of dance, the nor- for i nances will he in the Fine Arts Cenlcr Theater. Admission will be charged. Mrs. Bray, who also is the program coordinator, said t h e performances will precede, a four-day tour of Arkansas college's and higli schools, with one program to he presentpd before the spring convention ol the Arkansas' · Association ol Health, Physical Eth:cation inti Recreation al Henderson Slate University April-23-24. The program to be given in Faycttcville and on tour- includes "Coloris de Styles," a lynciii ballet - Jim number choreographed , by Mrs. Braj to music f'r o in "Mahogany," featuring Jana, Lee. Deard, a ophomore from Little Hock Also to be presented are.Uvrpc student works -- "The Road 1 choreographed by Miss Beard 'The Box,"- choreographed by Sandy Hurt, a senior from Mon ticcllo; and "Headhuntei chorcographctd by Pam Alba, a sophomore f r o m W e s t Fork. A modern' work based on the. poem, "The D o u b 1 R o o m , ' ' choreographed b PcneloDe Hanslein, UA in slruclor, to the milsic o E - A a r o Copland, features Maiy. An 'illifovd, a sophoniorc f r o m "aycltcville. i O t h e r rnqmbers of the Com- atiy are Robert l^oiuicU, 'a iop'homove from Merdlaii, Miss, ^hyllis Bhmicnfcld. a graduiitc Indent from New York C i t y ; 'iirol F. lii'icker, a sophomore rom . Little Hock; Frances Irujjgers, ,a senior from Fay- Htevillc; ' Kevin Coker, a u n i o r from Fayelleville; 'hiliip I^mcrsoti, a junior from Ycllville; Shefric KHz. ophbmore from Qcnloti: Domm \irkpairlc:k. a freshman from ",iltte Hocfe: S h a r o n ' K o w a l s k i . i - soph ovnq re fro m K11 tii s Texas; llolly Phillips, a junipi 'rom " .Dallas, TON.: Sherri Purvis, a : sophomore from rfarrison; Peggy npgan, Vcshnmn from "Hope; Mai'tha ^cott, a f r e s h m a n from Joplin, Mo,; and Susan Simonton, a irariiiate student from Sar Diego, Calif. The tour w i l l opon T u e s d a y April 20, w i t h a full per formance al Wcslark Com munity College in Fort Smith al 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Apri 21. Mrs. Bray and Mrs, Han stetn will leach classes in gen era! movement lo the \ r ai Buren physical education class es. Oi i Fr] day, A p r i l 23, tii Company will perform at 1:3 p.m. in the Henderson Stal University Fine Arts Building At 3:30 p.m., Mrs. Hanstei will leach a master, class i modern class on Saturday. Pantry Ingredients Make Children's Easter Baskets by V I V I A N RIIOWN | AP \\ciysfcntnrc.s Writer ' i Children can get into liic.dn- .-yourself act by making their ivri Easter baskets out of pnn- ry ingredients. Tlic cost -about 30 cents a baskel -- hould make the venture ap- jaliug · in economy-minded Crafts , artist Susan Van derWey of Chicago considers he .salt" sculpture, as it is called, one of the most engross' ng projecls tor children. She las shown hospilali/cd children · · t o make Kaster hats nuL of laper plates, beads, feathers, aces and so on, and she has ,aught them bow to make pa- pier tniiclic drag mi heads. Bui be makfi-anri-bakc Easter baskets made out of flour, salt atni water m a y ' b e among her most successful crafts with smal r children, " - " · · Six lo Iflyear-olris do it veri well, she says Younger chil drcti may need help. BIG FAD Salt sculpture was a big fa; about 10 years ago when even won Brownie points [ o r the pre-Scout set, hut it wasn' alwjays successfully done whet people did il in their nwn kitch ens, because the f o r m u l a migh not haye:been exact. The rcviv al of Interest in the last yea" las "made le.slinp and rctc.sting ecessary, Susan .-" explained, ·ind when you Ret tlic bang ^f I, you really can't-go wrong. "Sometimes luimulily a f f e c t s he dough, and Ihbn you arid a illle more flour and sail or sometimes more Water may he leeded. Just rinsing your bands and moislesinfj the dough witli damp! hands, might b e ' a l l that s needed," she maintains. Although the (loiigb in the v ecipe is inedible, it , very adaptable In !i''eat dnughs iind molded forms. In Egypt t h e s e \vcre in the .shapes of animals and other thiiigS tliat were worshiped and .-vicrificed to the 5ods. Is nnrthcrti Europe in Roman - limes bread made in clalwrate molds was branded lo identify the baker. The Swiss used cake and cookie recipes in contriving very elaborate! ornaments in Ihc shape of religious symbols and planes wilh writing .on Ibcin. -Soon nonedlhte doughs evolved that would lasl longer she says. Susan, who \vas an art major al the University; of Illinois suggests varying the . baskel idea if a number, of baskets arc to he made. , r · Here's how to make the basic sans of f l o u r - not self-rising, 1 cup of salt aiid 1 cn'p of .water. Combine Hour and salt In a largo bowl, mix well with a . ( spoon. Add w a L ' c r a little at a time, mixing as you H, to form the dough into a ball. Add additional .water i f . needed, but mil enough to m a k e - , dough sticky. Knead 7 to 1 0 , minutes until dough has a . smooth, f i r m consistency. Place dough in plastic bag to keep it, from drying. ,. ·;, .. . _ WORLD'S LARGEST Call: : DON'I,. aicOUJUE CI7 N. t'nllcBc I'honi- II2.H7SI NEED HELP? For coiifjdcntla' Information or assistance on: V.U., pregnancy, drugs, parenls, school, vocation, mnnwftys, e l c . . Call YOUTH .HOT LINE -M2-2B82- Sun. t h r u Thurs., 7-11 p.m. Fri, and Sat., 7-1Z p.m. OPEN DAILY 9:30-9:30; SUNDAY CLOSED W E D . / T H U R 5 . . T R ! . , SAT. Dear Hcloise: We have many pecan tree, in the yard that drip a stick.v substance from , about early summer until frost. To prevent having to com" section of the pecan i randies, I stretch old shower curtains or bedspread tightly over the lines, pinning them securely to the outside linos. It makes a tent cover under vhich I hang my dresses and nice things that I have on coat iangers. Protects them from the drip rom the tree and keeps them ml of the sun, which prevents ading. -- Amanda to. The equation f try to hit is to know the difference between a-cluttered house, a clean house and an Immaculate one. You just do the best you can and that's all anyone can expect. Don't work yourself into grave setting your goals too high. Because il just dawnec on me. "My casket, will be clean when I'crawl into it!" I love each and e\ f eryonc ol you with all the love a 5-foot-2, Announcements Dear Heloise: A gimmick I use may be of lelp to others... After emptying the cake mi _ rom the plastic hag, I put my land in the bag and grease my cake tins. No muss -- no fuss! -- Ethel Q. Wills Pry In Butter Make sandwiches of t h i n l y sliced h a m , thinly slicec chicken or turkey braisl and chcddar cheese. Dip the sand wiehes in a mixture of egg ant milk or light cream: fry in butter. Good served with tart c r a n b e r r y sauce i n ; small Lettuce cup. Favorite Dessert Favorite American Desseri wi th a soph is tica ted t o u c h , wedges of hot apple pie toppec with hot custard'sauce flavored with nutmeg. · A meeting will he held at 2 p.m., Saturday in the home o Mrs, Patricia Priest to organize a Mothers of Twins Club. In-! tereted persons may call Mrs.' Priest (or information at 7518056. There will be a joint meeting of the Boston Mountain Chapter and the Rogers Chapter of the Illinois Club at 11:30 a.m., Friday al the Holiday I n n in Sprtngdale. All, former residents of Illinois are invited to attend. Dr. H.W. Stephens of the University of A r k a n s a s will speak on "The New Look in County Government." Fayetteville China Decorators will meet al 10 a.m., Friday at Roberta Fulbright Library. There will be installation of officers and a workshop arid G retch en Steelc wili demon slrate forget-me-nots. Those attending are asked to bring a, box lunch. Foster Parents Orientaiion Set Al City Library Orientation sc.ssionni for pro spective foster parents wiil he held at the P'ayeUcvillc PublEi Library Apri) 19 anri 26. The sessions, sponsored by A r k a n s a s Social Services a r t scheduled to meet a critica need for Toiler parenls in the area. I n t e r e s t e d persons a r e requested to a t t e n d each of th sessions which will begin a 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium. F' urth er in forma lio n rrray be obtained hy calling A r k a n s a Social Services at.521-7360. NO HAPPY H E L L O . . . ... i£ ever quite equal to the warm welcome extended to newcomers by the Welcome Wagon Hostess. Her smile may be no brighter, her greeting no more cheer- lul, bulshe's made the welcome more a work of art than a mere greeting . . . complete with a galaxy of gilts and helpful information on schools, churches, shops and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy he!fov;ith a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits your call at Phono 443-5438 or 442-I11 Add re it , City i ) PJcatt have th* Weieomi Wagon Hoiltis call on me. I 1 I would like lo lUbttrlh* to fhe H.W. Ark TIMES * 1 f already tuhicrihp to the TIMES Box D, Fsyet levin*. TFMES. FABRIC MART EVELYN HILLS SHOPPING C E N T E R ENTIRE STOCK FABRIC '/2 PRICE Our Reg. 17.97 ^ ELEGANT LONG DRESS SELECTION 14 44 4 Days iLong, romantic dresses lo lickle your heels on ^summer nights ... pedect for dressy events or relaxed lounging. Each is f u s s - l r e e polyester or a polyester blend, in pastels. Junior or misses sizes. Easter Fashion Accessories! QUILTED HANDBAGS PRE-TEENS'BAGS rs? W -0 / OurBee. S Eac h Over-lhe-shoulder quilted Rich suede leather shoul- cotlon bag for young miss. derbag in lively colors. DRESS SALE PANTSUITS Our Reg. 7.96-11.47 Our Keg. 4.36-13.96 -. .-. - _ ,., __ Girlish styles of Wonderful, po- ?.^ki'.t! : £· fk? easy-care polyes- lyester or blends. -. * "" YS ler.blends. 4-14. Colors.Girls'4-14. Our 2.96-10.47. Girls' Polyester or Polywter/cotton Skirls and SMrl Sets, Stew 4-14 ..,,. 52 lo S7 SHADY STRAW HAT Discount Price Short-brimmed natural straw hats in array ol styles. MISSES' "TREND-SETTER"TOPS COLLECTION V22 Our " " % / 4 D a y s Pair up skirls and slacks with A. Our Reg. 4.57-4.97. Polyester cool cotton tops. Featuring a nylon acrylic slip-on sweaters, scarf or appliques. Stripfts, B. Our 4.96 Screen-print or twin- prints or solids. Great choice, sel-look polyester lops. Our fleg. 5.57, Slzei 40-44 ,,..,..- 4,M CAMPUS KNEE-HI'S $' 1 Toddlers' crew socks fashioned of f i n e - r i b slrelch nylon, in while and colors. FiM-SVi, 6-7 1 /?. Misses' opaque stretch-, nylon knee-hi socks in lun-to-wear, terrific tricolor stripes. Fit 9-11. HIGHWAY 71 B. NORTH AND ROLLING HILLS DR. - FAYETTEVILLE

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