Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1976 · Page 29
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Scheduled For April 23-25 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., April. 14, 1976 FAVtVI KV1LLK. A R K A N S A S _. _ _ _ _ ^ _ Si/oam Springs Artist To Display Work At Arts, Craft Fair ' SILOAM SPRINGS WITH CUT Susan' Morrison, self taught .firUsl reaped Hip, highest praise ( for her work. "Her sU'ikin« ;he important, commissions of! of Tli/j Ozark Ramblers on her career included a portrait! Saturday, from 2-4 p.m. On . ^ arc considered ^' master's technique," said Itio ; ','Ai'kansas Gazette in describing , F ,Susan's efforts. .,.,'.:, A resident of Siloam S|)rinj:s for Hie past Four years, 5hc is , ...jusl one of many artisls who ^·, ); will display their works in the · Second Annual Dogwood Fcsti- ':. val Arts and Crafts Exhibit '·'.:' April 23, 2! a n d 25, . The Chaimhcr of Commerce spon Bored '[unction proved to b/?.a vorkl HrpuucJ her. Bui o JIB of I festival can ns o f ' o f Tli/j 0 n lislcn to the music of Hu.oy Long, a mark and a series of, Sunday, the Key Notes \v i I historical land-l entertain from 2-3 p.m. follows of lii ------- ..... -fur the Parish Governmental Complex in Louisiana. Susan, with her husband and three sons, lives on the. Old John Brown University Farm, where she is in Hie process of building a studio nailery for displaying her works, According to " Chamber C o m m e r c e Special Events coordinator Donnctta Dixon. this year's evy.'nl will also feature ^BUI tu tuutuuii [iiuvL'u 10 Us?.; year s cv/.'ni win atso iccuun '".tremendous success in its first! a number of exhibits .tlial venture last year, and every' proved lo he of exceptiona" "-·"-- : - ' · interest last* year.. Included wil be Draftsmen in sand painting carid)/?making, jewelry ' ant ceramic, painting, weaving, nn: other crafts demonstrations, : · · · - · festival drew spectators; ant I^SVIIL: tens year mere is even niorc many to "look forward lo. For rMi'Gsh 1 ~ mant, the Country Kitchen wil Indication is that, this year's fcsUval w i l l ' h e ev/m .belter,' a chamber spores-man'said. Susan and tier fellow, artists, .Blong with 'craftsmen in a otner crans ucm , .variety of mediums, will exhibit* Last year's .,]hur work in Siloam Springs'.thousands of s Jovely City Park. At the prpsent this year there time nearly twice as in any to'look forward exhibitors ha\ e expressed 'Hcs'ire to participate as at a comparable lirry; last year. Many of Susan's award ^uuum OIJMU^ 'winning works consist of land- Convnierce working'the Vitehci: r *capcs 'and wildlife drawings For entertainment olhcr Ilia 'that depict her sensitivity to the! tlu- exhibits, '.hose attending tli a%a\n serve food and beverages with board members from th Siloam Springs Chamber o y more music from the Sounc Masters, who will play f r o m 3-5 The fully staged and _. cheslratad musical comedy will feature a cast of more than 10 people, and will he presented i.m, On Friday a square on the evenings oE April 22, 23 and 2*3. Only a limited number of tickets will be sold tor each performance, and ticket information can bo obtained from the University or the Chamber oE Commerce. A l s o 'highlighting t h e Homecoming weekend will be dedication the Simon Sager Cabin as an OHlcIal National Historic ceremony will be This at 2 with as guest speaker. For further inforr the Festival contact I Springs Chamber of [ J . n i , , aa l U L U r f j r , V K I H J wj/i nit,'' **·"»! Representative Preston Bynum at 524-6466. dance will begin at 8 p.m. Again this year the loca idio station will broadcast ]i\'i rom Ihe festival, and wil announce the winners in th tog wood tree giveaway draw ing. An added feature o this year's festival. Inn daRwoo Irce drawing will involve nearly 50 participating merchants. Each participating retailer has purchased a polled dogwood tree that will be given away d u r i n g random drawings lo be marie April 24. Customers need only register at participating businesses, and no purchase is required. During ttic festival weekend John Brown University will alst b e observing its annUcV Homecoming - celebration. A number of . activities arp scheduled by the university including presentation of (lie very popular. The Music Northwest Arkansas 1 · i i (! 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Plaza -- Fayetleville 9 Prairie Grove, Ark. Transmatic' services SUSAN MORRISON DEMONSTRATES ART . ..one ol exhibitors al Siloam Springs arts and crafts fair Pig-Footed Bandicoot Still A Puzzle To Investigators By JOHN HARBOUR Al 1 News{«atures Writer Its footprints -- \vtiercver llicy arc -- are like Ihosc ot a Binaii deer. Yet is is no larger than a rabbit, it indeed it exists at all. It iives, or used lo, in Australia. Or parts of Australia. It was last seen some 65 years ago -- perhaps. If ever there was a inayho- crealure, it is the pig-fooler bandicoot, a gentle, marsupia' which carries ils wee young i: Us wee pouch, like the kang aroo, II occupies less than one page In the Red Data Book on Mam mals, lite world listing of ran and endangered species. :The catalog freely admit- that almost everything knovvi about llie pig-toot is hcarsas and probably not admissible in court. : Its status is "indeterminate.' which means that not enough i known about ils presence lo b sure that it has one. , ' FIflST APPEARANCE · The pig-footcri bandicoot fir? ' appeared lo the scientific min ' when General Major Mitchc spotted Ihe creature on his e liedilion lo the Darling an Murray Rivers of New Soul · ^yalcs in 1836. Il's been i ' trouble ever since. Tile frightened, if histori · creature (led into a hollow trc ". and when Mitchell's natii uides retrieved it, it probabli ist its tail in the process. It as thus presented to zoologists Oio dubbed it Chaeropn caudatus which means "tail ess" pig-footed bandicoot. In fact, one scientist- in th \uslralian wilds drew a pictur f the pig-footed brincUcnot froti nernory/omitting Ihe tail, am ave it to natives in an attcmp o gather more specimens. Th ativcs dutifully went into th voods and caught other, sim lar bandicoots -- not the pig ooted variety -- and to mak hem conform to Ihe drawing dutifully lopped off their tails. The pig-foot is one of some 17 species and subspecies of band- coots in Australia and New : uinca, 11 has a tnmk : like nose, pointed cars and long, slender limbs, f(s pouch opens to the rear, antl the young climb in and out postcriafly, In response lo an inquiry. W,P. Crowcrofl, dircclor of the Taronga Zoo in New South Wales, writes: I have marie inquiries of the most knowledgeable mammal people here and they all con- f i r m thai the a n i m a l lias not been seen since about 1910. 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