Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 23, 1973 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 23, 1973
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or MEN "p*v* Friday, February 23, 1973 · 3 ·MmfliMMmiMMiiiiM Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ranald Sachs of Farmington announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ronda, to Raymond Blakemore Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R a y m o n d Blakemore of Prairie Grove. Miss Sachs is a freshman at the University of Arkansas and the prospective bridegroom is employed in Prairie Grove. The wedding will fake place Saturday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church In Farmington. AU friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. The Market Basket By MESCAL JOHNSTON GOOD BUYS POULTRY -- Fryers, eggs, chicken hens, turkeys and parts. PORK - ..... Cooked hams and ' picnics, fresh shoulder roasts, . roll sausage, liver. ; BEEF -- Ground beef, chuck roasts. ; OTHERS -- Dairy products, - u n s 1 i c e d sandwich meats, ·"'· franks, tuna, frozen fish. VEGETABLES -- Potatoes, " c a b b a g e , celery, lettuce, ' usually affects its sale. Previous studies have indicated that three-fourths o f Southern families would buy catfish if it cost no more than other fish they liked. Half of the Southern families interviewed in one survey would buy catfish even if it cost more than other fish. What proportion of shoppers would pay more for catfish than for a favoirte red meat or poultry is a question to which no one has the answer. To say MR. AND MRS. DOYNE WAYNE BOBBINS . . . after their marriage in home of bridegroom's parents Miss Sharon Deion Hawkins Is Bride In Home Ceremony Frost's Poetry Read To Group Iota Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota met last Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Iryin L. Ramsey with Mrs. Don Miller as co-hostess. During the fellowship, hour, guests were seated at the dining table for candlelight dessert. Tall, a n t i q u e glass candle- holders'held tall, white candles and the center arrangement was a pot of red tulips. Appointments were in silver. Dessert was molded fruit, cookies, candy, nuts, coffee and lea. Mrs. Ramsey presented the program, "A Visit with Robert Frost." The reading of Fost's poetry was supplemented with letters he wrote to Louis Untermeyer and · selected letters publishd .by Thompson. Mrs. Ramsey told of t h e situation and inspiration from Frost's writing the "Swinger of Birches," and she concluded the program with the reading of 'Birches." carrots, turnips, beans and peas, Miss Sharon Deion Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hawkins; became the bride of Doyne Wayne Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyne Robbins, all of Fayetteville on Thursday, Feb. 1, at 7 o'clock in the evening in the home of the bridegroom's parents. Elder Sheridan Johnson performed the double ring ceremony. onions, dry rice, canned vegetables, frozen French fries. . FRUITS -- Bananas, oranges, ·'; tangerines, apples, grapefruits, ·· Trui' juices, canned peaches, -! frozen strawberries. r- Nationally, fish consumption ', per person runs about 11 pounds 1 per year, one pound. of which '· is likely to be catfish. In the J South we eat more fish than · people in other regiohs, but it's i among Northerners that catfish · is most likely to be the preferred kind of fish. Soutli- erners also like catfish, hut give I it second place to trout among · their favorite fresh water fish. · In the West and East, salmon - and flounder are, top fish : choices with catfish coming low * on the preferecne list. J FISH PREFERENCE STUDY " During the past 15 to 20 years, · the supply of catfish has been " increased by the growth of the · farm-cultured catfish industry. J In 1970 m o r e than 34 million the least, by comparison to favorite red meats, catfish prices are more reasonable now than they were a year ago. Catfish yields vary with size of fish and whether the fish is purchased as ready-to-cook whole fish, fillets or steaks or as breaded fillets. For the sake of comparison, a pound of unbreaded fillets yields about ten ounces of cooked boneless meat. A pound of fish steaks yields nine ounces of cooked boneless meat. The yield of whole dressed fish is lower for small fish than for large ones, but a three-fourths pound fish yields at least eight ounces of cooked . boneless fish to each pound purchased. ' When we pay SI.09 to $1.29 a pound for whole dresed catfish, that's 40 to 48 cents for each three-ounce serving. A price of $1.29 per pound of fish steaks means 43 cents for each Riding Club Names Officers At the recent meeting of the Northwest Arkansas Riding Club Dr. Joe Beasley was elected president. Other officers are Willis Sisemore, vice president; Mrs. M. J. Lindloff, secretary, and Morris Collier, treasurer. Elected to the board were Jim Reed and Glen Newtown. A white archway trimmed 1th greenery and white gladioli vas placed at the end of the ving room. On each side of he archway were placed cande- abra also decorated with ;ladioli and greenery. The bride, presented marriage by her father, wore a formal A-line gown of acetate atin with wedding ring collar. 'he bodice was trimmed with three-ounce serving. These costs are about the same as we're pounds of catfish were vested from farm ponds. About a fourth of this total was produced in Arkansas. In 1970 about two-thirds of Arkansas farm-raised catfish was sold to restaurants and fish dealers. About one-fifth- went to pay- lakes (for recreational fishing), ·and the remainder went to farm ponds. Wlien farm-cultured catfish production is increased, a greater part of annual production will;be available for sale i n retail' grocery stores. Knowing" how shoppers feel about the flavor of catfish they buy helps the industry to provide an acceptable product. They also need to know whether people prefer to buy whole fish, fillets or steaks, whether they prefer to buy breaded or un- breaded catfish and type and i size of package preferred. Consumer preference studies conducted nationally and in some areas of the nation have given partial answers to these and other questions. To find out how Arkansas 'people feel about the catfish they buy, the University of Arkansas is conducting a survey in selected · retail grocery stores in Little Rock. To contact people who are buying farm-cultured cat- · fish, interviewers will stand near fish counters in certain stores during times of heavy traffic this week. The interviewer will introduce herself to each catfish purchaser. She will also ask permission to make a telephone call to the buyer's · home at a later date to ask questions about the family's · reaction to the product. ' CATFISH CHOICES ! AVAILABLE 1 Most large grocery stores and '-, all fish markets usually stock : fresh whole catfish, catfish steaks and some types of frozen · catfish. In the stores in which ' the University survey is being ·- conducted, fresh whole farm: cultured catfish and steaks will .; be found in the fresh 'meat ; counter. In addition, frozen ; whole fish and steaks will be ·· available from the frozen food · counter. A choice of a carton · or clear cellophane wrap will ': be available for both frozen and ' fresh products. Frozen breaded ;' cattish fillets, a convenience ; item, are being sold in cello;, p h a n e wrapped packages ; Consumer choices from a · variety of forms, package sizes '- package types and a choice ol .' the breaded or unbreaded J product should give' some i needed answers to the way J catfish buyers wish to have the ', product offered. , : COST OF CATFISH t Ho study is needed to deter !· mine that the price of-a product presently paying for the same amount of boneless chuck. Cure Winter Roughies 'What are Winter Roughies?' If you dont know by now. you'l be in for a not too pleasanl surprise in the spring when clothes promise to become even more revealing than last year. "Winter .Roughies" a r areas of . flaky skin on el bows, hand, legs, and o f t e n on your face as well. The; develop from winter's drying cold weather that robs skin o much of the moisture it needs lo stay soft and touchable Stock up on plenty of baby lo tion is one of the best way to begin your crash program Pour several capfuls into you bath and luxuriate in cream: gentleness while it goes to wor to soften up all of you. eembroidered hat extended Chantilly lace down the front Couple To Note Date Mr. and Mrs. Lee Culwell of the Gosheiv Community will observe Iheir Golden Wedding Anniversary on Sunday afternoon at their home. Friends and relatives arc invited to attend from 2 until 5 p.m. Their children and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Culwell of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mix and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Culwell of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pickett of Bethany, Okla., and Miss Beverly Culwell of Fayetteville, will be hosts. o the hemline with three large ·lusters of lace petals ornamented with tiny seed pearls. The shepherdess sleeves were ;athered at the wrists ending in n pointed cuffs. Her headpiece secured a lace edged mantilla of nylon net illusion that fell nto a chapel length train, and ler bouquet was of white daisies trimmed with mint ;reen ribbon. Miss Karen Hawkins, maid of honor, wore a formal A-line gown of mint green crushed velvet, fashioned with a sweet- Heart neckline, short tucked sleeves and empire waistline. She also carried white daisies trimmed with , mint green ribbon. Steve Leichner was best man. The bride's mother wore a Ipng dress of dark blue crushed velvet and the bridegroom's mother wore a formal length dress of white and silver They both wore pale green orchid corsages. A reception followed the ceremony. Punch and the tiered wedding cake were served from a table decorated with white gladioli and chrysanthemums. The couple is now at home at Shenandoah Villa Mobile Home Park, Highway 16 East, Fayetteville. OES Honors Past Matrons-Patrons University-City Chapter 495, Order of Eastern Star, under the leadership of Mrs. Billie Head, worthy' matron, and Randall Roberts, worthy patron, honored its past worthy matrons and patrons at the regular meeting Tuesday night with 31 of them present as well as other members. The refreshment committee with Bonnie Davis, chairman, served cherry pie and whipped cream and coffee in the lounge which was decorated in a George Washington Birthday theme. Book Reviewed For Kappa Kappa lota Sigma Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota met last Friday night at the home of Mrs. Theodora Hallin on Jackson Drive. The Valentine theme was used in decorations and refreshments. Mrs, Phyllis Terhune and Mrs. Dollarhide, i teacher and librarian Junior High guests. After conducted by Mrs. Marie at Woodland School, were the business meeting the president, Strong, Mrs. Tomalyn Backus reviewed the hook, "I'm OK -- You're OK' by Thomas Harris, M.D. The review was followed by a discussion of the relevancy of "transactional analysis" for teachers. Marriage Told Mr. and Mrs. Melvin White of Hlndsvllte have announced (he marriage of their daughter, Rita Rae, to Claude Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mills. Route 3, Springdale. The ceremony was performed Jan. 11 at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. Doyle Wesson, pastor of Ridgcview Baptist Church in Fayeltcvllle, and Mrs. Wesson. Golden rod Club To Serve At VA Hospital A Valentine meeting of the Goldenrod Club was held in the home of Mrs. Oliver Lollar last week with Mrs. Sherman Spryes assisting. An extended report on the workshop for Extension Homemakers was given by Mrs. Charles Salverson and Mrs. C. H. Withey. Mrs, J. H. Jarvis will serve coffee at t h e ' VA Hospital in April, May and June. Mrs. T. Ewing Shelton gave a report on the Valentine shower at the Hospital given by women of Home Extension Clubs. The 1973 convention of the Fort Smith District of the A r k a n s a s Federation of Women's Clubs to be held in Fayetteville April 5 was discussed. At the March meeting, Mrs. Withey and Mrs. Salverson will be hostesses. Births Daily Calendar of Events Saturday Colonial Daughters of the 17th Cenlury, Mrs. E. E. Shelton, 1:30 p.m. Forty Club, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112^4 W. Center, 7 p.m. Dance Party, Adult Center, 7:30 p.m. .Dudes and Dolls, 112'A W. Center, 8 p.m. WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr. amd Mrs. Larry J. Thomas of Fayetteville. a daughter, Feb. 21. Use Old Cards Gather up old Christmas cards and trim their most attractive designs with pinking shears. This turns them into colorful gift tags for your packages, which are as pretty as any you can buy and c o s t nothing. last call: sale! ENTIRE STOCK, FALL, WINTERS SHOES FHOM REG. Z4.00 NOW 999 FROM REG, 18.00 NOW 6.99 TO REG. 40.00 NOW 1499 REG. 32.00 NOW 99 SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-wsy radio headquarters ·iMtronlet 520 N. Coll«(» line* MM HI 3-2222 For Y«ur prMcriptttn ·» U* We Give SH Greeii Stamps QUAKER DRUG tl E. Center -- 4424W City Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Alcoholics Anonymous, 112% W. Center, 2-7 p.m. MARGARET JERROLD, BANDOLINO, AMALFI, GALANO, NINA, PALIZZIO, AND MANY OTHER FAMOUS NAMES. ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED. ALL COLORS BUT NOT IN EVERY SIZE. Use your Boston charge, lay-away or BankAmerirard or Master Charge Boston Store NORTHEST ARKANSAS iBLAZA, FIAYETTEVILLE FANTASTIC FASHION FLARES! AT A SPECIAL PRICE SALE $ 8" Regularly 13.00 LADIES! SAVE 30% ON TOP QUALITY FLARE PANTS IN A WIDE SELECTION OF STYLES AND COLORS. Now you can purchase your favorite fashion flare styles ar a 30% reduction! Select from belted styles in plaids and solids, including polyester knits, ribless cotton corduroys, ribbed polyesters, and cottons. In popular colors and styles. Sizes 8 to 18. · OPEN DAILY TILL 9.P.'M, Boston Store LADIES' SPORTSWEAR, Northwest Arkansas Plaza

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