Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1972 · Page 5
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 11, 1972
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MR. AND MRS. JAMES NEIL SMITH . . . took Itoneymoon in Texas. Jack TidbcdtVFW Post, Auxiliary In Business Meet The Jack 'ficll),i!l VKW Poet and Auxiliary hold tli'qlr regular A U K u s I liuehiCBB mooting Monday night at Iho VFW Hull, Pool members ivcro chiefly concerned about the condition of Iho Nutlonul Comclory, and tha'pioHonco of a slock barn locmcd nearby: · The auxiliary heard reports about activities which Imd been carried out at the ^Veterans Hospital* It was · announced' that :MI«Ji R u t h , Morris hud again' been named 'Outstanding Dlstilet President of the Year" for the Department of Aikansas,- an honor she also Won last year, She received cards from F r a n c e s Harmon, national president, and Erllne Maberry national secretary, designating her as national aide do camp to the national president for organizing new auxiliaries at Green Forest and Huntsvllle. Miss Morris presented a 2500 hour pin to Mrs. Estello Baugus for her volunteer work at the VA Hospital.- Mrs. Eva , A. Putnam also received a pin. The regular supper night on Aug. 21' will be a picnic at Walker Park at 6 p.m. In America, Beef !s Favorite Meat Hulsey-Murphy Vows -Said Friday, Auauit 11, 1972 · WlBIIIIIHIM Church Ceremony Unites )Vl/ss Stewart James N. Smith ,The Little Elm- Missionary Baptist Chuich was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sondra Elaine Stewart and James Neil Smith, on Friday, July 7, at 8 p.m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Loren Phillips of Harrison and Mr. and Mrs, Leon Smith of Fayetteville. The Rev. Billy Pearson, minister of the church, officiated at the double ring ceremony in a setting marked by .white gladioli with yellow bows. . Given in marriage by her fitther, the bride wore a formal length gown of white chiffon. It featured an empire waist, long sleeves edged in lace, and a floor length train attached to the back of the dress. Her shoulder length veil was held by a : headpiece consisting ol white daisies. She carried a bouquet of yellow carnations and white gladioli, with yellow arid green-streamers. ,, .;. Mrs: Danny Stewart malt of ; honor, ' wearing a forma length gown of yellow dottec swiss with an empire waist, and yellow daisies trimming the collar and the sleeves. Brides maids were Mrs. Dale Caudle and Miss Debbie Bond. They were gowned like Mrs. Stewar only in green dotted swiss. Al three carried bouquets o daisies, and wore daisy head pieces matching the color o .their dress. Dale Caudle served the bride groom as best man, ant roomsmen were Wayne Beach, nd Jimmy Crider. . Miss Sharon Kaye Phillips', ister of the bride, was flower girl, and Curt Fenton.was ring earer. '."? ·'.-, Ushers were Gary Tipton and Sruce Bradshaw, .and candle ighters were Miss Valeria Kell, and James Wilkins. sang .... ,, ..., "The Wedding Prayer", accompanied at the piano by Miss Debra Kell, and Miss Vicki.Hutchison at the organ. , For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Phillips chose a lavender dress with matching ac- Miss Marita Sagely 'Love Me Tender" and cessories, the bridegroom's mother was attired in a beige dress, also with matching accessories. Botti m o t h e r s ,vore corsages of white carnations. · . · · . - . · · - · · · · Miss Candes Walker attended the guest book. She wore a corsage of yellow carnations., : Following the i ceremony,' a reception' was held . in , the Fellowship Hall of "the church. Presiding at the bride's table were Miss Shirley Morgan, Miss Pam Hester, and Miss Kathy Davenport. They 'were assisted by Mrs. .Virginia Tipton, Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Junior Neal. The four-tiered wedding cake was decorated with yellow roses and green leaves, topped with a miniature figurine of a bride and groom. After returning from their honeymoon in Texas, the couple is at home in Fayetteville. By TOM HOGE ' AP Ncwsfealures Writer Ask almost any butcher' li this country which is the mps popular of our meals. Chances are he will tell you that bee wins by far, probably. because the beef raised in America is rated the finest in the world. .,, But; the tender, seasoned beef we: enjoy today is a far cry f r o m ; the tough, stringy cuts that graced our forefathers' tables, ' : -;. .;;;,':;. . .·: : Thb Texas Lcnghorn, once the best known of American cattle, was a lean, sturdy beast who thrived in the arid Texas plains. But his flesh was barely edible by modern standards. Today we' ' raise plumper breeds originally: imported from Britain and developed over the years, such · as the -Black Angus, Durham : and Hereford. These sleek animals produced the marbled beef you see in fine restaurants and butcher stores. Back in the Middle Ages, 'Eri ; gland was Ihe foremost weslern producer of beet, -and ;a man's Worth was often measured by the-size of his herd. - . During the last century American cattlemen set out 'to improveWthe 'quality - o f their livestock' a n d ' b y .1870 torts of Miss Jamie Suo Murphy and James K. Hulsoy woro united in marriage on Sunday Alter- noon, July 30 at -2 o'clock in the Sycamore Baptist Church at Wheeler, The doub'e ririg Vows were exchanged In a candlelight service, ·*· The bride Is the daughter, of Mr and Mrs James E, MUrphy of FaycttevlHo, and the brlde- gioom'a parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jarhcs B. Hulsey pf fapilngdalo. , ,, Given in marriage by her father, the'b'rlde wore a floor length gown of bridal satin and a veil of Illusion lace She carried a bouquet of white and blue roses and a Bible which' had belonged to her late grand father. Mrn, Fay Ann Jenkins was matron of honor, and brides- matrons were, MM, Kathy Bilderback of Sprlngcjale and Mrs. Janle Moore of Tulsa. The t attendants wore blue c a n d y ! (locked dresses with blue head pieces, ' , ' / , ' , Tyler Rae HarreU of Spring dale served the bridegroom as best man and groomsmen were Ronnie B i l d e r b a c k of Sprlngdale and Danny Jenkins of Fayetteville, \ e Following the ceremony, a 1 1 reception," was · h«ld jn the fellowship Hall of the church 'akc and punch were served y Mrs Sue Abercrombie,' Mrs Selby, Mrs Wanda Jenkins ' aunt of the bridegroom, and his cousin, Patsy Eubanks, · After the reception, the couple left (or a short wedding trip The new Mrs Hulsey will attend school at Farmington this fall, arid her husband will be stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex Out of town ' guests at the wedding'^were! Mr. and Mrs Jimmy-use Moore,- Mr and- Mrs Paul Bittlck, Mr 1 , and Mrs. J o h n n y Bittick, and Mrs. 4 , Gertrude Bittick all of -Tulsa, and Mrs. Ida-Johnson and Mrs, Barbara Martin, both of Harrison. . MR. AND MRS. JAMES K. 1 HULSEY toed in chutch ceremony. MR. AND MRS. JERRY LYNN SELBY "·.... . . . (o reside,in Fayettevitte. ... Miss;Kithy Diane McGee, Jerry Lynn Selby Marry This 'n That About Town by GERALDINE CLffT t:From what has been hap-1 pening to our beautiful Confederate Cemetery, we wonder if some underhanded plot is going on. Could it bo that some Y o u.- K n o w - W h a t Kind-Of Yankees have moved into our midst? . · Mrs. G. K. Preritiss and Mrs. Leonard Greenhaw are spending the weekend in Dallas, attending a four-state Pi Beta Phi workshop. Delegates from the local chapter are Carlena Reed, president and Ann Crigger, scholarship chairman. » We ran into Eulala Douglas and Willie Fields of Bentonville the other day in a local cafeteria. Eulala was laughing about "working out at Elaine Powers, and loading up at Wyalt's on Ihe way home." Eulala was asking about her brother-in-law, Hal Douglas whom she hadn't seen in som time. We were not sure mill now where he was, but have learned that Hal and his wife Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James L. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Boston have just returned from u marviilous trip to Canada whore Mrs. Thomas said they did "everything but fish." They were In B a n f f , In Alberta, and enjoyed-. thoir stay immensely They toured the Rocky Moun tains, among other things, am enjoyed seeing the beaulltu flowers In bloom everywhere, Praises are still being hoapot iinon the hoys in the City Strcc Department for their work o I m p r o v i n g t h e slrecls Chuck's Bake Shoppe EaslKale Shoppers Cliy-Phone 521-7.193 Now Open Chuck's Cok« Shoppe In "Tlio Ico Cream Porlor" Ml KVfllyn Hills . KhopplnKOcnlrr · HIM* 44J'S7«7 ipecially the alley behind the IMES building and the piscopal Church. It is such a eavily traveled street, anyone ho uses it is grateful for the mprovemeht. fine beef were being shipped by railroad cars from the stockyards to cities throughout the nation. By mid 19th century, New York was famous for its juicy porterhouse steaks, named after The sanctuary of .Calvary Baptist, Church; : was the . setting for .the wedding of Miss', Kathy DiaheMcGee 'and'J^rry Lynn Se]by on August 4 at 8 p.m.- j , Parents of the couple are'Mr. andi'. Mrs. .'Burton.- McGee and Mr,, and Mrs. Vincent Selby,.all of Fayelteville. ' ' " ' ' " '"""' -.-. The 1 .-Rey.';:Richard, Walters officiated at the double r i n g ceremony'before an 'archway decorated with white and blue c,u p s i z e. K..chrysanthemums, huckleberry greenery, and loops pf satin, i;flanked by seven branch candelabras. ' Given · In" marriage by - her father, the bride wore'a wed ding gown of .,v/hite ale-mode ere Mrs. Tommy Williams and firs; YTolbert Graham, aunts of lie bride, and, : Miss Carol Aber- rdmbiel' Mrs: Kenneth Selby ssisted,,the, bride and her at- endants. ' '. For ; their "'wedding trip, thf ride;wore,a ;blue dress trimmed withi white lace,' and white ecessories.i :S h e pinned the vhite rose corsage from her ouquet at her shoulder After a short honeymoon trip, tie .couple will make their home n Fayetteville. a waterfront flourished at satin. ' It featured - a" neckline,' a yoke and high long restaurant that time that and Mothers of young children will e happy to know that the Mothers Morning Out" at the piscopal Church will start gain on Aug. 28. They may ·ave their children there from :30 to 11:30 a.m. for a nominal ee, much less than it would ost for a regular baby-sitter. Now that the Democrats nallv have a nominee for vice resident, we notice that some f the papers have been spelling ifr. Shriver's first name Sergeant." It will be in- eresting lo see if they finally horlen It to "Sgt." Most of you probably do not ead wedding stories past the irst paragraph, so we will tell you about the bridegroom whose cake at the reception was decorated with a ball arid chain. Don't know what the bride bought, but we thought that vas pretty clever. served a short loin steak with a goblet of ale. The barbecue is ' another American innovation and in the old days, western ranchers used to roast a whole side of beef over a pit of glowing coals. They served the meat with raw onions, hot chili peppers, and red beans. The French and Italians have devised numerous ways of cooking beef that equal anything American cooks dreamed up. One of the most notable is the Italian specialty Beef Filet Picata. This dish is a specialty at Mike Manuche's attractive restaurant in midtown New York. Manuche's, which has been operating in Manhattan for 21 years, has a wide variety of Italian specialties but our favorite was the beef filet. Here is the recipe: BEEF FILET PICATA 12 Slices beef filet mignon (1 inch thick) 12 Tablespoons flour 12 Tablespoons olive oil 114 Cups beef consomme 12 Patties butter Several dashes salt, pepper, monosodium glutamate Juice of 3 lemons 6 Teaspoons chopped parsley Pound bef filets to 'A inch thickness. Flour them and 'fry one minute on eacli side in hot olive oil. Drain oft oil and add consomme, butter, lemon: juice; salt, pepper, monosodium and parsley. Simmer 5 minutes. Serve with slice of lemon on each slice of beef. Serves G. Good with red Burgundy wine. sleeves made of chantilly laci trimmed in pearls. The; chape lengthtrainwasencircled.w.itJ the same matching lace.^Thi bride chose a fingertip mantillj of trench illusion trimmed will lace to match that on the gown Her .cascade bouquet' wa composed of white carnation and baby's breath encircling corsage of white roses. Blue am white .streamers accented th bouquet. -Miss Brenda:McGee, sister o the -bride, was maid of honor The bridesmaids were Mis Phyllis Fry and Miss ConnI Lierly. . The attendants wor IffillHIIIlinillHWinillllllHIHHIIIIUItlllllHttlUlllllllIinilllllll Bridge News HtiiioiniiiniiiDininnMHiiiniiiitiiHiniHiiiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiiii There were 24 participants Jn the Monday night bridge party at the Community Adult Center Waller Reif reported that the winners in consecutive "order Ed Maillc, Grace At water Muriel Kragh, E W Thornton, Thelma StanfortH and Martha Reif; Anyone fifty years of age or older is eligible to participate in the activities of the Center Additional information may be obtained by calling 443 3512 Fayetteville^ ' Fort Smith CW/ 'Meet For 'Dinner Fayetteville Credit Women International met w i t h the Fort Smith; CWI 'Tuesday evening Augj,8 at Burns Gables for a dinner meeting, Mrs Mildred Baker gave the invocation . rEj Margaret Nail, con- cnli^n chaiman, J'old the group RaisiYi Salad Just for a change, use bread when you are making^ peanut butter sandwiches fo?^ your youngsters V, Milk Shake ^ To make a simple milk shake-' blend together 1 · cup milk, 1 tablespoons sugar and Vt aspoon vanilla. Use an ectnc blender or put ingrtcli- nts into a jar, cover tightfip nd shake until foamy. ' J %* f the plans being made for What's Cooking For Sunday Night Supper? By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor '.".To stretch.a pound of ground beef to serve six, use it In a Florentine Meat Pie. The pie, along with a salad, will make a good main course for Sunday night supper. ; To m a k e the pie filling savory, spinach, tomato paste and oregano think you'll are like added. We this com- We w e r e convinced by a commercial that all pels should ie given worm medicine, so we ixed Howard up with a dose. fio could tell he didn't like It, ut we were surely 'not irepared for his reaction. First, ic got into Ills Utter box end lcked litter completely across :he room. Then ho dashed into the bathroom and leaped into the tub and started trying to c l i m b the walls, getting nowhere fast. We Just barely resisted the urge to turn the cold shower on him. Tiring of that, he started galloping back and forth across the house, sounding like the proverbial thundering herd. What \ve had hoped for was that his appetllic for that expensive cat · food would be curbed, but no such luck. He still convoys everyone to his food bowl, and will attack you If you don't feed him. No more worm medicine for Howie dresses of light blue dacro voile, fashioned with empir waists. The bodices were ligh blue smocked with copen blue The headpieces were light blu nylon net and copen blue dio bows. They carried Colonia nosegays of daisies and'-cai nations. : Harold Burch served til bridegroom as best man. Th groomsmen were Kenny-Selby brother of the groom, an Danny Henbest. The candlelighters were Mis Denise Selby, sister of the · g r o o m , and Miss Vicky i Williams. They wore dresses' and headpieces to match that] of the bridal attendants. The ushers were Greg McGee, brother of the bride, and Larry Abercrombie. t Miss Janet Selby, sister of the groom, provided t h e nuptial music on the organ, and accompanied the soloist. Miss Vicky Abercrombie, as she sang "Whilher Thou Goest" and "The Wedding Prayer." For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. McGee chose a dress of soft pink accented with an overlay of white embroidery and lace. Mrs. Selby wore a yellow dress with a matching yellow lace vest. Botli wore white accessories and corsages of white roses. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in Fellowship Hall. The guest book was a t t e n d e d by Miss Tonl Turrentinc, the bride's cousin. Those who assisted in serving bination of flavors as .much as did our tasters. ' . FLORENTINE : MEAT PIE 1 Pound lean ground beef 1 Package . (10 ounces) frozen chopped" spinachi thawed and drained 1 Can (6 ounces) tomato paste % cup finely crushed saltine cracker crumbs Vt cup finely grated onion, pulp and juice (I small onion) 2 Large eggs'" 1 Teasppqn salt 1 Teaspoon oregano ' D-Inch unbaked pie shell with high fluted rim 2 Tablespoons milk '/4 cup grated (medium-fine) mild cheddar cheese, not packed down. 2 Tablespoons sliced pitted ripe olives,' for garnish if desired , 4 Slices bacon, halved crosswise and cooked until crispi for garnish if desired. In a medium mixing bowl mix together well the beef ."spinach, tomato paste, cracker crumbs, Onion, 1 egg, salt and oregano. Press firmly Into pie shell. Cover pie shell edge with 2- inch wide strip of foil to prevent excessive browning. Bake in a prechated 425-degree oven for 50 minules. Remove foil slrlp. Beat remaining egg slightly and stir In milk and cheese; pour over lop of pie (but not over pastry edge), spreading evenly. Reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake until topping sets -- 5 to 8 minutes longer. Remove from oven and let stand 10 minules before culling. If used, garnish center with olives and bacon. Makes 6 servings. Elkins Sunday School Class Aids MD Fund ELKINS -- A Sunday'schoo class at the Community Churc in Elkins raised $83 for. th muscular dysffopny luhS'dnv with: a carnivall The class, consisting of youn people from six,to 14.years of age, held the carnival, and bake and white elephant saies on the lawn at the church last Saturday, The project was conducted by Terry Tomlmson and Darrel B a k e r , chairmen, Penny Tomlmson, Sandra Baker, Ann Bobbins, Jeanne Carter, Brett King, Sharon ·; Smith, Sara Morley, Margaret Ann · and Kelly Wendt, Buddy: Graham, Mrs. David Tbmlinson and Mrs; S h e r m a n ;Robbins. Mrs. Bradford Gorham is the class teacher. tate Credit Convention to'be eld at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville, September 15, 16 and 17 Mis Baker turned t h meeting o v e r to Mi's Ann England program chairman Entertainment was patlerne after a popular TV show and panelists were Faycttevill c r e d i t - women and thei husbands.'Mr and Mrs Jimm Wills, Mrs and Mrs Wayi n Sharp, Mr and Mrs H S Mflle and Mr and Mrs Lawrenc Cox iex - - ,, _ - . . _ meetin August 23 at the Holiday In at 7 a m The club will have their ne r e g u l a r business * "Get with, the Girls who make it" FABRIC CITY 2 It Takes A Good Cook ,To l Make .A i Good Restaurant... and ours just quill We have closed to regroup. Look for our reopening in, the FaJl. , THE MELTING POT RESTAURANT Daily Calendar of Events- Saturday - '£ ESA Coffee, 414 Ila, 10 a m to 12 noon . ;.' T Alcoholics Anonymous, 112$ W Center, 7 p m . * ,;,, Dudes and Dolls Square Dance Club, 112$ W Center, 8 p.ra, Alpha Chi Alums Plan Rush At Salad Luncheon, T h e " Northwest Arkansas Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Club held i a ; salad luncheon.-on Tuesday, Aug: 8, at the home of Mrs. : Robert Utley; 933 ·Pem- broke.' , Co-hostess for . the occasion; was Mrs. Blanton Strong, i ' ·'" · ' ' " · ' ' Following the' luncheon, a business meeting was held with Mrs. C.A. Hughes presiding. Reports were given by the: officers present and the schedule of rush activities at the University of Arkansas announced. ., ·Rush week will'be held from August-21-25. The alumnae club will host a pizza party for the ing Delta Rho collegiates on August 18 at the Alpha Chi Omega house. A program on the Alpha Chi Omega National Convention held in Chicago earlier this summer was presented by Mrs. Gene Lynch, collegiate chapter adviser. The Delta Rho chapter was presented a scholarship award at the Awards Banquet I at the convention. SMITH'S 2-Way Radio Communication Your *2-way '. radio In «tt.ti'«mci tine* 1939 0 N. Collect HI 3-2232 F*f Y«r Prescription MMdl ·M Ot Wt Give SH Green Stamps QUAKER DRUG M E. Ce nter -- 44Z-4248 ', Cif j Harking Lot In Rear ' Sunday : , Salon 307, 8 et 40, Mrs. Maxine Dickson, 1:30 p.m. Monday ' ^' Center, :i;West Street just off Dickson, Monday '*' through Saturday, 8 a.m. .to 5 p.m. · Com muWly Adult Center, Monday through-Friday , 9 a.nj, to 5 p.m. : , '·"· " . ; '' ' .- FiyeUeyille Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Arkansas TOPS Chapter 30, Washington General Hospital, 7:30 p.m. ; . . , , v, : . Parents Aid,·· 1036 Highland, 8 p.m. ' The Best-Dressed, Best-Groomed, Best-Looking Lady Shops at LONG'S STYLE SHOP 10 EAST CENTER 4X2-6571 Advanced Hair Styling Classes now being enrolled for August. New Permanent Wave Technique, air waving, make-up and the New, New Fall and winter Hair Fashions. Call or write for reservations for scheduled classes Rita's Hair Design Institute 1680 N. College -- Fayettevill* -- Phone 442-5181 The Most Ek%attt Home FurwfKnfis For Gracious ; ·. Ifanj Come From Browning Furniture Wh*rt "% Horn COMM Fifii 2215W.Wolmrt

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