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"Best Man" Wore A Dress When Patrick Giiillmud wert Sally Lloyri Owen a( St. Biir- tholimiew's' uafisli church in Win stow, England, he had no hest man He liatl a "hest ncr- son" instead. Sfic was (lie liriric's \slster,--.Virginia, left. \\ho .shows she remembered to bringthe ring as she.-arrlvcs w i ( h - the^hridegrooni l o r ; t h e ceremony -Saturday. French-* horn'Patrick; "manager ol a; restaurant in Manchester, couldn't bring over his -best friend in Paris lor the job,-so he, asked Virginia to p e r f o r m , :"f»cst man" duties. (AP Wire- photo) Miss Bair, Bride-Elect Honored Miss' Lee; Ann Bair,'bride- elect - - of - Tom r Webb, was honored, witlua "morning coffee last Saturday,', in the hpm/* ol Mrs, Mary, -, Slephensori, 1726 Carolyn-Drive. Tbe refreshment table was covered with an off-white cross' si itch--cloth : and- centered \vith an .arrangement iof peach car nations and baby's breatb. Assisting with serving were Mrs. Jane Yeargari, Mrs. Lur line Gilbrech, Mrs.-Connie Mix and Miss Ann Stephenson. Specfal guests ^.were Mrs Donna" Bair l arid daughter- Melissa,' and 'Mrs, Margate ; \Vcbb "-"and' daughters, Carolyn Another and Linda, Miss. · Bair received a pieci of hcr'chosen china as a hoslesi gift. Miss Bair was also compli mented recently "-.with a mis cellancous shower at- Trinit; United Methodist Church. Hos tesses were Mrs. Grace Deaton · and Mrs. Carolyn Sharp. The serving tabl/3 and gif table were covered with wbit linen -Madeira; cmbroidcre cloths.": The '.gift "table wa flanked by" two rose" lrees_mari of net and ribbon roses in the bride-el/sct's chosejri ;.colors of peach and ivory 1 .-A-large flora! arrangement and candles deco* rated Ihe seryinEilable. Mists' Carolyn' and Linda Webb 'assisted/ with" the· servi ng of.coffee, pmich arid/cookies to Uie 3(T giiesls attending. -Miss ' -AfeiUsji flair "presided -at tha guest book 1 . ""' '·' ;*; '--' The''~h6stcsy gift was an electric coffee maker. - Kappa Entertain Seniors -Pat Bodne Speaks To Group Kappa Kappa Gamma Alum- ae Club honoced. jsemprs 'of Gamma Nil Cliaple'r with" a pic-, nic at the home of/Mrs. G.T. Zinion Monday evening. M r s , James 1 Rutherford, president, conducted the,seniors into the alumnae club: and a monetary gift to the tKermogra- iiiiiiiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinwnitiii!^ Ntorthmwt W OMEN Thursday, April IS, 1976 Cooking 's Furr T h o s e attending \vorshi. services at Trinity Temple las Sunday were surprised to'hear Pat: Boone. . By arrangements Pal By pr« it culled 1 phy machine project was donated in the name of the senior class, '; Dr. Eleanor.Barnes and Mrs. Stephen Sw-ayz^.were presented special alumnae awards for the many contributions they have made to Gamma Nu Chapter. Another highlight of the evening was the presentation of u fiffy- year pin lo "Mrs. ,A.W. Blake. It was announced that Mrs: Walter Richards w i l l ' b e delp- gale to the national convention in San Diego, Calif., June 26-30. New officers elected are Mrs. Rutherford, president; Mrs. Mrs. Divight Mix secretary and publicity; Mrs. Steve Cummings, treasurer; Mrs. Ray Tilley, projects; Mrs. Spencer Robinson, recommendations chairman; and Mrs. Don Stanton, panhellenic representative. The next meeting will be held ·evious _ Pastor Willhite and the conversation was., transmitted over the church's public address system! Boone was calling from" his home church in Van Nays, California, He talked for about 15 minutes answering questions about the Bicentennial prayer meeting which is to be held in Philadelphia July 4. Pat will sing the lead part in a musical .written by .limmie Owens titled "If my People" w h i c h ' e to be broadcast over national TV. A part of the choir is co-ming-to Trinity on Mother's Day. May " Pastor Willhite staled that the :al| by Pat Boone was only the irsl of several such calls by n a L i a ii a 11 y k n o w n (tins fans...Jimmy Carter niay 'be next. Boy Scoiits Advance In Rank At a' recent Court of Honor h/iltT'hy Boy. Scout-Troop 102 sponsored by Central Uniler Methodist Church, · Scoutrnaslei Dr. : Rogcr Wklder · announced the following advancements am prewnled appropriate badges of their hew rnnk. .. , Advancing to.star §coul wore Ernie-Lucas, Sam ThornU/Ji Craig Under wood, and John Wldder; lo .second class Seoul Mark Roberts; and to lender fool scout, Robert Turpin and Tommy Van Noslrand. The following scouts receive* merit badges.; Spencer Albright Payne .Brewer, Mike Fmippl Lyle Rupert, Mark Rupert David Sims. Tommy Van .Nos trand. "John' Widdcr. Bryan Mcldrum and Sam Thornton- Scoutmaster Widder c ducted! an installation ceremony for'Ihe following Iroop leaders Mark Rupcrl.. senior palro - l e a d e r , and Robert. Albright Mike Faupcl, Ernie Lucas an .Sam Thornton, patrol leaders, ,t 9:30 hapler a.m.. May 17. at · the Mrs. Hostess To Tri Deltas Concorde Cut By C K C I L G BROWNSTONK Associated Press Food Editor Now- tlial-,- first-of-lhe-scason asparagus spears arc m many markets, it's lime lo remind you that every, bit,of them, niay be used. The* ends, usually snapped off and thrown away, may be saved Jo-make an interesting pickle. We've never seen a recipe ol this sort in a cookbook. The Idea was given to us some, years ago by a thrifty Pchnsyl vania cook and it's oiio of iht best "waste nol, want not" measures we know. The following recipe was adapted from the Pennsylvania rule and we like it even better than Ihe original one. ASPARAGUS PICKLE 2 cups sugar IVi cups cider vinegar 1 cup light corn syrup 2 teaspoons salt ' 2 teaspoons whole cloves- Vt teaspoon whole allspice 2 slicks (each about 3 'inches) cinnamon Asparagus stem-ends, sec Note below In a Stuart saitccpot stir together tlie sugar, vinegar, corn syrup, salt, cloves, allspice and cinnamon. Over medium heal, stirring occasionally, bring to a boil; cover and boil gently for about 10 minutes. Strain syrup into a bowl. Discard spice, n UIG 5-quarl sauccpoL I 2 quarts water lo a boil. Add the prepared asparagus stem- ends and return to boiling; boil 1 minute. Drain in a colander- Pour the pickling syrup into llic 5-quart saucepol and bring ·lo a boil; remove from heat. Add stem-ends and let stand about 2 minutes; pack into clean, hot, 'half-pint jars. Fill i boiling hot syrup leaving Winch lieadspace. Wipe top edge of jars with a damp cloth. Seal jars according lo manufacturer's directions. Process, in boiling-water bath 10 minutes after boiling temperature is reached. Remove and cool wire rack or folded towel. La bcl. date and store in a cool dry, dark place. For best flavor ' H a i r styling gons snper.sonic with'this "Concorde" creation, designed hy London hairdresser Roy Cartncll and inspired by the luturlstic sweep of the Anglo-French airliner, above, after which it is named. The new style is modeled Ity 17- year-old Lornlne Meltcighl in London. CAP Wireiiholo) HINTS:FROM HELOISE Delta Delta Delta Alumnae met Tuesday evening' in; the lome ol Mrs. Robert G. 'Whit- .'ield with the president; Mrs, Ann Fairchild, presiding. Coming events:planned Is the Jircle Degree, for seniors on April 25 at the chapter house at 4 o'clock in the afternoon The senior dinner, will follow at 5:30 p.m., at The Farmer's Daughter. All T r i , Delta alum nae are invited.to' 1 attend. The pansy breakfast at the chapte house is scheduled for May 2. ' It was announced that Mrs Hilda Fitzgerald and Mrs Robyn Frear will be d e . . . to the national convention a Doral Country. Club in Miami, Flti., oit June 20. v - | Officers elected to serve in 197C-77 are. Mrs.-Frpar,- president; Mrs. Lilliam Burleson, vice president;. Mrs. Jane Gear- h a r t , secretary; Mrs. Beverly Trpffmgcr; " treasurer; 'Mrs. Nancy -Huddleston,-. reference. 1 chairman; .Mrs. Whitfield. publicity and ' Trident corrcs^ pendent; and Mrs; Kay Clark, panhellenic representative. Refreshments were -served from the bar. appointed with antique -brass and cranberry glass and a handmade bread basket filled " w i t h Easter napkin holders.' ' ' ' Northwest, Chapter To Meet in Rogers NoYthwest^ Chapter of' the 'urchasing Management Asso cialion of Arkansas w i l l ' m e e t at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, at Town -and Country Restaurant in'-Rogers. Marion Myrick C.P.M., vice president of Worlhen Bank Little *Rock ttilt present :|he C e ; r t i f i e d 'Purchasing Manager"- certificate to .three urea purchasing managers Dr Ed Kiser, University of Arkan: snts. Favetleville, Dr. C . - I V R a p University of Arkansas,^ P a y ct'tevillc, and Frank Calnan, The!/ Moore Company. Springdale After the award, Myrick will present a program on Economic Probabilities. All area purchasing agents are encouraged lo 'attend and to invite management. The Instant You Try It/You Like It iiiiiiiiS^ Daily'Calendar Of Events Tonight · . .'. , ,. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m; . . . . ' · - . Parents Without Partners, Springdale Chamber of Commerce ; Ba ! ld.rtin-Commaiidery No. 4, Knights-Templar, Masonic Terriple, 7:30 p.m. : . , "'"" ' ' · · · · " Association for Children With learning Disabilities, Arkansas Western Gas Co., 7:30 p.m. . "Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library,-7:30 p.m. , : Readers Theater, Communicalions Building,-8 p.m. New Singles Group, Springdale Legion Huf, 8 p.m. · ·· UA tianee Company "Spring Performance, 1 : Fine Arts Cen : ler Theater, 8 p.m. ; : : ' : - ' . · : · · -- . SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio . . . " In ll«ctr*flk* ITiw* 1931 » N. CO]I*j(. «3-22» For j Prescription S« U* : QUAKER DRUG H E. Cniter - CBj Pirkhij! IM In Real Frirlay.' '. . . . ; . ·; ... Knyelfcville China Decorators,' City Library, 10 a.m. Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. Helen Boequin,.l:_30 p.m. _ _ Alcoholics Anonymous -- Women, Ozarks Guidance Center 7 p.m. . · . . _ , . . NWA Cat Club, Ozarfes Eleclric Hospitelily Room, 7:30 p.m 'ParentirWilhout. Partners, 1702 Arapahoe Dr., Springdale 7:30 p'.rn. ·;"',., .. . ' '. . ' Headers Theater, Room 404, Communications Building, 8 p.m UA Dance" Company "Spring Perfomlance,V Fine Arts Ccnte Theater, 8 p.m. Teachers-Students. Piano Workshop To Be Held Friday The University of Arkansas Department of Music will present William GiUock in a piano workshop for teachers ; nnri university students from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Friday the Fine Arts Center Concer Hall. Gilloek, one of the foremost composers in the field of music education, is a native of Missouri where he attended Central Methodist College. A teacher of piano for many years in New Orleans, he now resides in Dallas, Tex., where he docs his composing. He is ' in great emand as an adjudicator of ludent auditions. Gillock also lours the country cgularly conducting workshops piano teachers. He is a ormcr mcmber-at-large of the oard of Directors at the Music eachers Nationul Association, resident of the Louisiana ""cdcration of Music Clubs, resident of the Dixie District E Ihe N.F.M.C. and junior iano chairman of the Southern Division of the M.T.N.A. He is ompnr/ir and editor ot mimcr- us piano solos and collections-For further information, call LTC University ot Arkansas fusic Department- at 575-4702. Homemakers Workshop Sej For May A Knit Clothing Construction Workshop for beginncr sewers will be held on May 10, I t , 3. M at O/arks Electric, from t:3D a.m. lo 3:30 p.m. 1 -Techniques for sewing with tnifs will be learned in addition o sewing a knit garment. Each parlicipanl must bring his own sewing machine. If you arc interested in participating ;his workshop, call the Cooperative Extension Service- at 4429821. Space is limited, anrii participants will he taken a first-come first-serve basis. A pre-planning meeting to discuss fabric and patterns will be held at the Extension Office in the Old Armory Building, next- lo Uie Courthouse, Fayetleville, on April 30 at I p.m. \ . Dear Gals:: , ' , Here's'a little different way' lo fix instant potatoes, that I'd like to pass along to you honey bears this good day. Use your special brand of instant potatoes, and just .go, by Ihe" recipe on the box.-But for something a little different,,, try this: .-,/· -*f '-,- ;'. v '. ·-: Add a lablespoonful of instant dehydrated onions/to the water when'?you boil ,it. .Also, add about six drops;of-.yellow fond coloring. This" will m a k e the potatoes look as if they w e r e oa'ded with -butler. (Don't lell em any'different, gals, it's the Psychological effect that-makes hem taste good.) This can also bo varied adding thinly sliced green 1 onion ops or graled green peppers' and if you really want some color, use chopped_ pimicnto cheese" ~~ There's just no end, to th EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB " '76 -- A Salute lo History s (he ttiemn of the Washtngto County Extension Homcmaker Council program to "lie " lie! Thursday, April 22. 10 a.m. a Ozarks Electric. Rcgislralio begins at 9:30 a.m. John Shclton, Extensinn Are Development Agent, will di cuss the changes in locp government relative to Amem nicnt 55. Bob McKinncy, Fa; cttcvillc, will show a slif series on "Heritage Homes" Northwest Arkansas. Mrs. Donald Weaver of U Valley Homemakers Club w devotions on "A Call Prayer-76". Group singing w ie led by Mrs. Erin Gates, ,als of the Valley Homcmakcrs. Hostess clubs are Butlerfiel Cane .Hill, Lincoln, and ,Valle Homemakers. Mrs. Eddie Ga C o u n c i l vicc-presidcnl program chairman. -Mrs. C.\ Webb. Council president preside. Though Ihe program planned for Extension Horn makers, the public is invit to participate. ys these potatoes can be pre red. , : Now here's what lo do with e leftover potatoes -- vays mix up a double batch icn I'm fixing them for dinner I'll have some left. After the potatoes "are cold; d- a litle bit more water to em. Grate (on the big'part of the atcr) some of the cheapest icese you have in the" rcfri- rator, 'and add i t . t o (lie cold taloes. I repeal,'the potatoes usl be cold before adding the afcd cheese or it will mell nd you will have a mess. Mix well and put into those arling Itllle Ihrowaway polpie us, or foil potato lins t h e n n with a little more grated IE you do not have either of e f o i l , tins, you can r us'e a g casserole dish or a pie I1n ncd with Foil for whole family pals. Now here's sonic thing else: on know those little pi' plastic ags we pack sandwiches ml hose little foil tins fit exactly nside OUR of these bags and in be used lo store the pota- ocs in the freezer. Then some night'when you're ungry and pressed for lime, isL -remove some from the rcczeiy let thaw, and bake i em in you r oven a Ion g wi Hi our other food. They're out of this world -- Helpise · - · BETTER'OF LAUGHTER '. 3car Heloise: ct stand a tew months before serving, but use within a year. Makes about five V^-pint jars. Note: You'll need about IVi quarts (about 4 pounds) slom- cnds, in other words the tough )arls snapped off and usually .brown away, from medium- thick asparagus. You can accumulate (lie stem-ends by storing llicin in a'closed plastic bag in the refrigerator for a period of about 2 weeks; they should slay fresh· and firm for L h a t time. When you have enough, use-a. swivel-blade.pee- ler to remove their outer covering; if you like, cut-theni into even lengths. A f t e r peeling, the stem-ends-should weigh about 2 pounds. Wo man Says Young Wives' Cooking Causes Divorces By A B I G A I L VAN BUUBN DEAR ABBY: If you want to know why so many teenaga marriages go on the rocks, just stand around a supermarket and notice what (hose young wives put into their shopping carts. Nothing but TV dinners, frozen chicken pies and boxes of mixes. Anything Hint's quick and easy. Don't they leach girls in home economics how to make spaghetti, roast a chicken and broil Ivi-sri lisli? ' . . It's no wonder so .many young husbands would rather grab a hite with "the boys" than come home for supper. Somebody should tell those lay.y wives that the way to a man's heart is still through his stomach. . . . . . . GRANDMA DBAIi G R A N D M A : There arc plenty of ymmg w i v e s who can't slice, a salami s'lraighl, and (liclr husbands love Ilicm to pieces lietwecn attacks at indigestion and luuirlhurn. Then there a *· o gourmet cooks who' could ivin iiri/.es for (heir souffles, hut Mi"' r r husbands prefer oilier "dishes." And Iiy the way. Gran'imn. (here's more tlunt:(»ne way tu a man's stomach. DEAR ADBY: After so many tellers of response. 1 w think (hat the man who wants to SUE his parents for In" 1 him circumcised feels 'like people arc picking on him. . Well, buddy, I have one thing to say to you: ' Consider yourself lucky that you don't live in the 18th / lury. Back in those days, they castrated young males to com 1 the' power of the adult male singer with the high range of ' female alto or soprano. Compared to that. I'd say that yon · i ' UCk! -- . . . IOWAK D E A R I O W A N : Thai's news lo me. I'm nnalile In document your statement hut would appreciate i( if ynu would. DEAR ADBY: Every Easier since, we have been married, my husband has bought me an Easter plant. I have told him a "dozen limes that I would much rather have a corsage, but he goes rigjil ahead the next Easter and buys me a plant. '. He says 'a plant is more practical because he can plant it m Hie yard later. I say if that is what he hai in mind w h e n h« buys me an Easter gift, he is thinking of HIMSELF, not ME. \ V h a t d o y o u l h i n k 7 ; . PtlEFBRS A CORSAGE DEAR PREFERS: You should he glad he remembers yon at all. When II conies to ' expressing gratitude lor jour husbands fhoughlfulness at Easter, you certainly do lay an egg CONFIDENTIAL TO ROGER: People who live in glass hoof- es shouldn't gel sloneil. For Abby's hocklel, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," sen* SI to Abigail Van Bureii, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 30212. Please enclose a long, self-addressed, stamped (26c) envelope. . (C) by Chicago Trlhiinc-R.Y.-Ncvi's Synd. Inc Now . ' The prettiest blue-jean belt yet. Yarns of different si?£5 and color tones are twisted " a n d knotted at the ends. You lie it wlicr/j the buckle would be and let the ends hang free about seven inches. Try it in d i f f e r e n t tones of "blue; or red but ho sure to^ have - m a n y different thicknesses of j a r n . SMART SHOPPERS WATCH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A WEEK! Woodcarving Seminar Is Scheduled The Industrial Education Department at the University of Arkansas will present th« first, annual Woodcarving Seminar at 7 p.m. Monday in th't Graduate Education Auditor* ium. Arc: a woodcarvers will exhibit their work, discuss lechniquei and answer questions, Gem-Mineral Club : Sees Slides Of : ; AfricarTTfip The 0/arks Gem and Mineral Club met .Tuesday evcni'i-* E n the Fayelleville- City Library with 31 member^ in attendance. Guests were Mr. "and Mrs. Mar : vin Shumate of Milan, !H : and Ronnie Tucker of West Fork. Col. and Mrs. Ravvtcigh Rails, Sr. presented the program accompanied : with slides of a field I r i p last year lo South and German South Afi-ica coiu'vc^d by Dr. Frederick FI. Pough, mineralogist and author of "A FEeld Guide To Rocks; and Minerals." * · . - . . The group loft New York, via Rio de Janeiro to Johannesburg on Sept. 9 and returned October 5. It was spring in South Africa, and " beautiful flowers were , in ijrcaL profusion. Highlights of Lhc trip were visits to the Kim- hcrly Diamond mine, and the Did we forget you? We Are Now Scheduling Appointments! Call Elizabeth Wood at 442-7377 Premiere mine famous Cullinaii Do yd L j use pea n nl bntte r ars, etc. to store food in the ridge? I rto, so I have quite a few jars" to wash, but sorho- f jars "arid lids never sccmto pome" out Hie same. My husband said he had leard of washing machines eating socks, but he didn't know dishwashers ale lids. T-- Janie itar So that's why mine have been disappearing! Know just how , r otir husband feels, doll. Sure ike those jars for storing leftovers in, even though I do have trouble keeping up with the lids. -- Heloise Dear Heloise: I carpet the floor oE [tie cupboard underneath the sink with a large white lorryclolh towel. Makes it light, bright and quieter, too. , No more looking i n t o that "Ulack Hole 'of CalcuUft"! -A n n e C^ win-pp Ilio D i a m o n d, which now graces the English Crown and Scepter, was found "n 1905. Among the items displayed were green fluorite," pitchblende; rose quart?., amethyst crystals, carved verdite and figurines of Leak wood. An article by Col. and Mrs. be fea Rails on the (rip wi {urcd in a forlhcoming issue of Ihe "Lapidary Journal." A club field trip to, the Just Unpacked At Dmcntown Square Ladies' AILEEN Sportswear "All kinds of knit tops with matching shorts, skirts pants" diamond mine at MurErcesboro and the adjacent Gypsum mine at Highland arc planned for May 8 and 9. Mrs. R o b . H u d l e r and Mrs E, P. Jleincy will give a program on the "rock hobbv" in Ihe City Library Thursday, May 6 at 2 p.m. The public s invited. The next regular meeting of the Club will be in the Fayettc- ville City Library May 11 at 7:30 p.m. Jewelry Jottings by Gardenhire If a gem slone is carved in reverse, with Iho image recessed into llie slone rather than raised upon the surface, U is known as an "intaglio". A raised image is a "com- eo". We can .show you lovely cameos and intaglios, cut from varrous gem slones, with many priced much lower than you might think. Come in and seel GARDENHIRE'S JEWEURY N.E. Comer of Square Diamond Wedding Sets in 14K gold Bridal Set 5 diamonds We Accept: · Bank Anierlcard ·Mailer Diners Cluh *AmeirCdn Efxrwesi · Shoppers'Charge · Carle Blanche IN FAYETTEVILIE SHOP AT GORDON'S Northwest Arkansas Plaza 4201 Highway 71 Norlh Olhar stores in Lillle Rock and Pine Bluff 4-3-M

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