Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 10, 1972 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 10, 1972
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M.II'[ll««l*l;iilil»lltlMlllill*IWkt«« Thuridoy, AugMtt 10, 1972 · 5 WIIIIIIIIIIIIIM^^ Penny Wise Food Buys For The Week By MESCAL JOHNSTON Extension Food Marketing Specialist GOOD BUYS POULTRY -- Fryers, eggs, chicken hens, turkeys, PORK -- Cooked hams and picnics, sausage, liver. BEEP -- Ground beef, blade chuck, some boneless chucks, OTHERS -- Dairy products, sandwich meats, franks, tuna, frozen fish, mellorlne, tehing, frozen pies. MRS. ROBERT D. CHEYNE JR. ...slie was Miss Kathryn L, McKtlhp Cheyne-McKillip Vows Solemnized VEGETABLES -- Potatoes, c a b b a g e , lettuce, squash, celery,, carrots, onions, /dry beans, peas, rice, canned vegetables. FRUITS -- Peaches, water- i adequate, field peas are a v a i l a b l e from numerous sources. Their prices vary widely with source and quantity purchased, prices from all sources are normally lower -In late August than they are now. The several varieties of field peas differ in size end color of pods, but freshness and well- filled pods are common' nlens of qualify ' in 1 all varietfes, shor- Mature pods'of all-varieties of field peas have a dull luster. Color of pod varies with variety. Shiny pods or bright green color mean undermature field peas. Undermaturity means difficult shelling, low yield I and poorly Married.50 Years The Rev. and Mrs. Brace Phillips of Springdale will celebrate their (olden wedding anniversary on Sunday., Aug. 13, with an open house from 2:30 lo 4:30 pm. ai the home «! their dau(hter and son-Ill- law, Mr, and Mrs, George Bagwell, 720 N. Mill St. In Springdale, · The couple h»B three daughter*. Mrs. Donald Dukes of Seattle, Wash., Mr». Larry Bohannan of Hunts' vllle and Mrs. Bagwell,.All children and grandchildren plan to attend the open house with the exception of one grandson and one grandson In-law, The Rev. and Mrs. Phillip* have U grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. melons, oranges, juices. The Miss Katluyn L McKillip, daughlei of Mis. H Harry Me Killip of Hope and the late Mr. McKillip, was mauied to Rob eit D. Cheyne, Jr. m an afternoon ceremony Saturday, Aug. 6, a t ; the., University .Baptist Church of Payetteville. Parents of the bndegioom are Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Cheyne, ST., of Benlonville. The Rev H. D. McCaity officiated over the double ling ceremony A piogtam of wedding music was presented by Mis Carol Gaddy, oigamst, Benny Seals, guitarist .and Miss Janie Bridges, who pieserited the vocal selections "Sweet Sweet Spirit" and ·· "Wedding Song." ' . The church was decorated w i t h brass candelabra, arrangements of gladioli and a kneeling bench. The bride, was presented in marriage by her., uncle, Arthur Strech of Hope. She wore a candlelight gown of imported French organza trimmed with Venise lace . medallions. It featured , long, fitted sheer s 1 e e v'e s and .a sheer c bodice whjch formed a cameo neckline. The A-linq skirt extended from the Empire .waistline .to a pleated hem. Her chapel-length train, was also of imported French illusion with matching Venise lace medallions. The vei: was -.., mantilla of importer French illusion bordered with matching Venise lace. Slip carried a multi-colored houquel of assorted flowers on a white Bible. Attending the bride as maids of honor were Miss Audrey Harper 'and Miss Janie Bridges both of Benton. Mrs. Peggy Beene of Nashville, sister of the bride, .Mrs. Cathy Deweese o Texarkana, Tex., sister of the bridegroom, M i s s - Barbara Brewer of Little Rock and Miss Sandra Kay Morgan of Derniolt served as bridesmaids. They were attired in floor eie Matthew McMakin and lark McMakm, cousins of the rido, of Shawnee, Okla, Mrs McKillip, the bude's mother, was attired in a pink 2au de soie dress featuring leated chiffon ·: sleeves, a ewelled neckline and cuffs. rtrs. Cheyne, mother of the attired in a yellow silk Burris Fdmiiy Meets For Sunday Dinner The home of Mrs. Hul Burris, 506 Adams St., was th scene for a family gathcrin last Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs Robert Burris of Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. William Burrl of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. an Mrs. Don Burris, Claudia an Eri'c of Wichita, Kan., and Mr and Mrs. Gerald Burris o Fayotteville. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Burris and Mr. . "id .Mrs. Ernes Buliry, family friends, all Muskogco, Okla., also attendee A buffet luncheon was serve at noon, and the afternoon wa spent In taking pictures a n reminiscing. Mrs. Gcorgo Thompson Sprlngflalo, a grnnddniightc and her two children. Ton Loutse and Donnlc, crime Inter In the afternoon. LOSE WEIGHT OR MONEY BACK Oirlneit can Mt you KMWI tin Ir lllm pfmon you want to I*. Oilrmax A tiny wblcl nmt e«lly unlluKM. c» Irian n 1nnir«il ilnui. No ·I"TM No «|MI«1 exerdit, fl«t rlil if txtt hi niiit llvt lomw. Odrlwx Ini ti«n m BUfMMltdy V Ui«iMnO» All ovar tlio cw try for ovw-lt y»nfii..Oilrl«M rl»n eft 13 M nml lh« Inrjt lOODomj* "'MB; You muiriow imrfnt M wjr »» vlll h« retiraW, NI iniMdoiu «·»« to'id with 1M jiiArinllt tyi * : RICKRTJ nnuo STORE 10(1 W. C«nlir M*ll Ord«r« Klllcil Add gales Tix *nd 10« 1'MliX* ngth pale blue dotted Swiss cr taffeta gowns. The gowns ere accented 1 by empire waists nd high ruffled necklines, and atured Juliet · sleeves. The tendants carried' multi-colored iuquets of .assorted flowers. Jeuy House of Fayetteville nd Gary Cheyrie of Bentonville, other of the bndegroom, irved as best men Attending , groomsmen were Roger rand of Newport, Jack Stell " Houston, Tex., Bob Clements Little Rock, Jim Baker and cantaloupes, bananas, canned and frozen passing of another summer is becoming evident in produce counters Though Arkansas peaches are still available in .some stores, price is increasing as the end of the season draws near.'From local fields, seasonal plenlifuls from now until frost should include purple hull i peas, Concord grapes, eggplants, okra and greens. Wateriiielqns and cantaloupes usually last into Sep tember. Field corn and sweet peppers are Sometimes among local fall plentifuls. Out-of-state soft fruits provide more variety than economy for salads, desserts ' and snacks. Supply is increasing for grapes, nectarines, pears and plums. Peak periods have- passed for cherries, peaches and blue berries, but cold storage sup plies help to prolong their season. August is a .low month for oranges, grapefruits and pineapples; but watermelons, cantaloupes and honeydews m a k e highly acceptable Garrison Thomas of Fayettevile Deweese of exarkana, Tex., brother-in-law the bridegroom. Serving as candle devejopcd flavor, Pods that look dull or dry were oyerma^ure before picking or were held too long after picking, Water-soaked or slick pods usually indicate flavor loss, If not spoilage. If you buy shelled peas, choose those with a "bloom" on the, surface. Dry-looking shelled peas have lost much of their flavor; Those that have sprouted by the time they reach you will be off flavored Excessive trash in shelled peas sometimes requires las much extra cleaning t i m e - a s would have been required to shell the peas In the first place. Scouting Bridge News alternates. Some Fluctuation Prices In Meat lighters rid eg room, .was- rcss of pale hantung. , . Following' the ceremony, a , eception was · held- in the fellowship Hall of the church. tlrs. Diane Freeman of En'-' erprise, Ala., attended the uest hook. The serving table 'as decorated with a silver pergne accented by candles n d assorted multi-colored owers. The while wedding ake, designed and made by drs. James Wilkins, aunt of the ridegroom, . f e a t u r e d a gold ross and two interlocking 'edding rings. Assisting at the ervirig table were Mrs. Jeanie Williams of Russellville and Mrs. Susie Moore of Fayettc- ile. - . . - . For travel; the bride wore a avy blue and white dress; accented by a vest and sailor rim. Following a wedding trip o Tan-Tar-A, Mo., the couple vill be at home at 435 Spruce Fayetteville,. where the jridegroonr will-be, a senior at he University of Arkansas. The iride is a 1972 graduate of the Jniversity of Arkansas. Out-of-town guests included ,lr, and Mrs. Arthur Strech and laughter, Molly, 'of Hope; /Mr. and Mrs. Bill McMakin and ions, Malt and Mark, of ihawnee, Okla.; Mrs. Forestine Atkerson of Webb City. Mo.; Mrs. A. C. Freeman of En- crprisc, Ala.; Mrs. James Cheyne, Jr. and daughter, 3indy, of Fort Smith; Mr. and drs. Lynn Priest and daughtor, Nancy, of North Little Rock; and Mr. and Mr.s. Thomas ' A. V a n d e g r i f t and daughters, Joyce and Betty, of North Little Rock. August is normally the high price period of the year for beef and pork. Though this year is certainly no exception, some recent fluctuation in pork prices is showing, up in weekend specials for'sliced; pork loin and bacon. Chicken hens almost never carry price tags as low as dryers do, but hens do compare more favorably with fryers in late summer than at Other times. Laying flocks may go to market to make room for young pullets at any time, but fall is still the time when hens go to market in largest volume. Buying Field Peas i 1 August is the height of field pea season in Arkansas. When l a t e summer rainfall · is Legion Auxiliary Hears Reports On Convention T h e Auxiliary American met Aug. Legion 3 at the Legion Hut, with Susie Rochler, president, in charge. The colors were advanced by Wanda Curtis and Hattie Japko, and prayer was offered by Mrs. Nora Bee Lingelbach. Reports were given concerning the recent state convention held in Little Rock. Delegates were Mrs. Rochier, Mrs. Linglebach, Mrs. Louise Valle, Mrs. Lora Todd, Mrs. Jessie Lee Murphy and Mrs. Billie Wainscot t. Mrs. Mabel Maddox, VAVS representative, announced that birthday parties at the Veterans Hospital were to be held Aug. 8, 10 and II; game nights Aug. 15 and 29 and a coffee hour in the afternoon on Aug. 24. ! A District meeting will be held at Post 27 on Sept. 10, with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. The annual Tourade will be Oct. 5-7. Members were reminded that the membership drive is now In progress. Local Artists To Perform At Convention C h ri s-t i a n 'a ) McSpadden, soporano, and Be'atriz Pilapil, pianist, hoth of Fayetteville, are guest artists for the National Federalism of Music Clubs (NFMC) National Convention Aug. 14 in Hot Springs. "Mrs. McSpadden will perform works by Rorem, t R6ssmi, Offenbach, Mussorgsky, Debussy and Johann Strauss Jr., and Miss Pilapil will 'perform compositions by Debussy and Ravel. The recital is scheduled at 8:30 p.m. at the First Presbyter.i'ari ' Church on the above date. . . . : · . . · . The two . were invited to perform by ;.the: NFMC: the largest music organization in with 600,000.members. All 50 states are expected to be represented at the convention which has the theme, "Exploring the Land of Opportunity." Mrs. McSpadden Is representing Arkansas at the convention and was 1871 winner hi the State Federation contest. She began her career in Germany as leading coloratura in the state opera companies, of Munster, Osnabruck and Del- mold.-' . . . . . . . . , . .','·, '·. ,' Since Coming to..the U.S. ,in Midwest Region /Metropolitan Opera Auditions, the Shreveport S y m p h o n y Young: Artists Boy Scout Troop 103 held Court of Honor Tuesday evening at their regular meeting place, 20V4 East Center St. The meeting was called 5 to order by newly elected Senior Patrol Leader Mark McMurJrey and Jimmy Bogart, his assistant, Flags were carried, and the pledge of allegiance was recited by the Scouts. Th? troop flag was earned by Frank Lee Tackctt, and the American flag by Mark Counts. Entertainment was provided by Kenpy Wagnon and Brian McGimsey, who led several songs. Erym Wagnon 11 Scout master of the troop, and his assistant is Ken Caies, . Doyle Morrison, institutional representative, presented merit badges earned as follows: Jimmy Bogart, swimming, l i f e s a v i n g , pioneer and c a n o e i n g ; 'Brian Morgan, canoeing and hlesaving and David Gates, lifesaving Earning the Mile Swim Award were John White, David Cates, Pat Patterson and Brian Mor gan. Advancement in rank was earned by Michael Ray Wagnon to tenderfoot; George Holzen to second classi-Mark McMurtrey, Mark Counts and Frank Lee Tackett to first class Jack Roberts gave ; some The Fayetteville Duplfca' Bridge Club met Monday nlgl at the Legion Hut. Wlnne 8 et 40 Solon Holds Election Of Officers 1 ,Salon 307 of t 'ct 40 has cclcd now officers for tho '72-73 year, Thoy;are! Mrs. Audrey yghtfoot,, prosl ent; Mrs, Flora Stapleton, vlc,e resident; Mrs Huby Wllklc, cconcl vice president; Mrs. oulse Valla, chaplain; Mis, Taxine Dlckson, historian: Mrs. ora Todcl, ;scrgcant-al-arms; dm."Clara Boyd Sull|van| 'mis- ·eis of cciemoniei; Mrs. aoml Alha, parliamentarian n d M r i . Valle, secretary. Tlio (fioup Will lioW « mooting undny Hi 1:30 p m. In tho Dick- m homo 315'N, Willow, ( Tti» TIMES It Th« B*it, Buy For Your Adv.rtldr^ PeBatl [ Chuck's Boke Shoppt EMtJtaie Shopper* C11y-Ph»«? 2W3 Now Open , . . CHUCK'S CAKE In "Tho Ice Cream Parlor" at Evelyn . Hills Shopping. Center ... for the very finest m Decorated C»kes. Mrs David Burleson 'and W.O, Oliver, first, Mrs. Norman McCartney, and .Mrs. ; Richard Johanson, and John second; Eve Horn, third, Bradley and Lt Col Pac John W G Myers, fourth and Mrs. Vera Harper and William Murphy A NEW LEARNING ENVIRONMENT to 6-Y«ar-01ds For Mornings or Afternoons -- Monday through. Friday Language and Mathematical Skills Music- Art -Creative Expression Montessori Techniques and Materials Prepared Learning Environment Individual and Group Learning Activities Courtesy - Behavior Improvement Social Skills We Invite you to see our facilities and program, Call /or appointment and m/orma((on THE LEARNING CENTER 322 West Meadow 442-7162 442-7087 . FALL FASHIONS |^^H^^^HHHB^HMBBBB^^B^ HIHIHHIB I^^^ BHMB ^ H " HIB " I ^^ HIMB ^^ All that's new at everyday low prkes 110 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Fayetteville Jaycees, Wyatl's, 7 p.m. Goslien Eastern Slav Chapter, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Legion Post and Auxiliary Picnic, Winllirow Slate Park, 7 p.m. SMITH'S 2-Woy Radio Communication Voiir 2-wiiy rndlo heiulniiftrlem, In «(tetr*nlc» «lnc» I»M M. Coll«« , RI 3-2222 lit W* Qlv* S*H Green SUtnpt QUAKER DRUG ZZ E. Center -- 44MJH* City I'nrkloj Lot In R««r closing remarks and expressed thanks to the Fayetteville First BapUSt Church who sponsors Troop 103 for its continued support Mr. Morrison also congratulated the Scouts for their work'.' Scoutmaster ', Wagnon announced 'that -there was, to; be a "Furi 0' Re" "at Booneyille on 26-27 '-· where I state Auditions and Association of the National Teachers of Singing Competition. She taught at the University of Arkansas from 1967 to 1971 and is now giving private lessons, in Fayetteville and making recital appearances throughput the South. Miss- Pilapil -is a native 'of the Philippines and before coming to earned her the U.S. teacher's in 1953 diploma and performed concerts in Manila. She joined tha UA faculty in 1957 after earning the first,master's degree granted by that institution. She has done advanced study under William Gant and Alicia De Laroccha in Spain. · . : ; dignitaries'; i n c 1 u d i n g Gov. Bumpers.,'and Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt have accepted invitations , to attend and observe" ' Scouting in action. Parents are also invited. ; · Mr. Wagnon also announced that there ^vas to ba a Father- Son banquet on- Sept. 26, the location to. be announced later. He introduced Casey Murphree, the new district scout executive with Coy Bennett of the Razorback District. · Brian McGimsey announced that a Pea Ridge Trail would beheld soon. Refreshments were served by the Cobra Patrol; , : .The next meeting night will be Aug. 16 at? p.m. .: Laundry Aids Grow Trends in home laundry equipment include a steady growth of compact laundry appliances, simplification of controls, · cycles and the entire laundering procedure and a growing importance of the soak procedure in current laundering. Soaking is a trend that is likely to 'continue. ' "Get with the Girls who moke it" FABRIC CITY Acrylic knit pants suit 14" Neat, comfortable. Front ilp 1op, self b«It;' pulton pants. Navy or red, contrast trim. Many olh«r styles, 8 to 18. The classic cardigan makes fashion news for fall in many colors Casual favorite with/crew neck, link stitch shoulders. Orion* acrylic; .basic,.fashion colors. 34-40. Sizes 42 to 46..... $5.99 499 "the nicest shop In town" Friday. Comm'unlly Adult Conlcr, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday · ESA Coffee, 414 Ila, 19 a.m. to 12 noon, Alcoholics Anonymmia, I12V4 W, Contor, 7 p.m. Dolls Square Dflnco Club, 1J2W W, C?nt«r, 8 p.m. Special Purchase! Imported Knits Values to $40.00 too DRESSES TWO PIECE IOOKS PANT SUITS ,· limlttd Quantity Just arvlved . i , your favorite soft kniU In new fall '72·colors . . , ·elect your* how . : . , laynway for T,ex f»ll. SliesS.M^U : , Me* Ttandty S'til»:» p,m. Cllrtgy, long-»l*«v* tops; n*ot «nd*r ktr(r or ponl. Snap crekh. Pointed to! lor or »w ttowck. Fan cototi. S M-l. Nude look parity hose Filmy s«om!«i( »tr«lch nylons 1hol art »h««r from wafat la to*. ld«ol und«r mlnl», p«r- f*ct with (oixlolt. Ofi itr*. Bolton Ifo^t b«aofy of octtoto* · nylon falll*. TwO'buHn cyfffc ' Small wllh blaitrt or \nmo9tt, Many lothlon color*/ 32 to 3*. SATISMCTIOH GUARANTEED-REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED

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