Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 26, 1974
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Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E- Prannon or Fayctteville announce the engagement a n it approaching marriage of thulr daughter, Cindy I,mi, (o Billy Coy Hnritin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Hanliu of McGehcc. Miss Brunnon is a graduate of Elkins H i g h School and is employed in l''aycllcville. Her fiance, a graduate of McGehcc H i g h Sclinnl, is Miiploycd In Fay- etlcvillc and attends flic University of Arkansas. The couple is planning a July wrtl- cling at the First Baptist Chin cli of Elkins. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Allen Keith Merrill of Fayetteville, a daughter, April 22. 161 Former lowans Attend Annual Meeting Iowa Club of Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri held its annual dinner meeting Sunday at the Town and Country Restaurant in Rogers. A record 161 persons were in attendance. The invocation was given by J. Wilton McQueen of B e l l a Vista. Community singing was led by Mrs. Ralph Ickis accompanied by Mrs. Al Spiclman. A group of young people from the "Rocking Sounds" of Rogers, under the direction of Mrs. Howard Sullon, presented a musical program. This is the twentieth year that the Iowa Club has been meeting and five who attended the first meeting in 1S54 were present. Tile door prize, a yc'low chry santhcmum plant, was won by Mrs. Harold Stewart of Bella Vista, and the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Solberg of Rogers received a white chrysanthemum plant for being the youngest couple present. It was announced by Charles Rupert, president, that flic fall meeting will be held October 13. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch W Allbriltcn of Fayctteville, a son April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon R Roberts of Fayelteville, a daughter, April 22. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Enni of Decatur, a son, April 23. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jarc of Springdale, a daughter, Apri 23. Mr. and Mrs. Stanford E Rubin of Springdale. a daugh ter. Apri! 23. Mr. and Mrs. Truman I: Smith Jr. of Fayetteville, daughter, Aprii 23. Monthly Meeting Held The Mount Comfort Community Club met this week for their semi-monthly pot luck supper and table games. For the invocation. Frank D. Giles sang "Whispering Hope." The group then sung "Happy Birthday" to Bob Hatficld. Miss Karen Hatfield and Mrs. D e e Dea Prater were guests at the supper. Hostesses were Mrs .fuel Ilamblen Giles and Mrs. Julia Reed. Cardinal Key Taps 25 UA Students Twenty-five women have bee tapped by Cardinal Key, a na tional honorary sorority at th University of Arkansas fo sophomore women who have 2.5 grade average and are ac lively involved in roles of lea dersbip and extra-curricular ac tivities. New members are Kare Kennedy and Mindy Roberts Fayetteville. Darlene Zeh Rogers. Joyce Melton of Spring dale, Norma Paulscn of Siloam Springs, Mary Bailey of Littl Rock, Terry Bales of Dallas Tex., Roberta Boyd of Jackson villc, Brcnda Brenner p Parkin, Carold Bryant of Nasi villc. Margaret Buford an Libby McColHim of Forres Cily. Rebreca Dickey of Pin B l u f f , Trudy English. Pal Foster and Terry Traylor North Little Rock. Margie For taine of Vim Buren. Beck Thompson of Nashville. Susa Walts of Camden. Gae Widtlow of Austin. Maurinc Garrett Forl W o r t h , Tex.. Beth Hensle of Charleston and Kath Hudgens of Hot Springs. GRAND OPENING BRIDES WORLD . . . April 26 and 27 Rosomary Lovvery -- Bridal Consultant Will Be. On Hand To Answer Your Questions. REGISTER: For Free Veil To Be Given Away. Refreshments Will Be Served t?-? Arrmtn I 1 'rum M Nul. Hunk Tlnwfltown State Food Prices Continue To Upward fly MESCAL JOHNSTON POUU'RY-Kryers, * « K » , rlieys. 1'OHK--ilams and picnics, iisngo, fresh picnic roasls, Iced (inarlcr loins. BEEF--Ground beef, chuck lasts, round steak. OTHICRS--Milk, cheese, liver, ologri»i, ira:iks, luna, frozen sli. canned biscuits. VEGETABLEK-Potaloes, nlons, cabbage, lettuce, celery, roccoli, corn, carrots; dry eons, ncsa, rice; canned vege- hies. niUlTS-Bananas, apples, ranges, grapefruit, canned and o'/.cn juices. A f t e r a long period of slc.idy elail grocery price increases, rices are again shifting from eck to week, .sometimes up nd sometimes down, Though rocesscd food prices continue o push upwaivl, several fre- uently purchased meat and reduce items are lower cost van they were u month ago. CHANCES IN MEAT fn meat counters prices have eld f a i r i y steady for sevcra /ccks on most poultry items nd have dropped from a few o several cents per pound foi nost cuts of fresh red meat 'ossibly the most spectacular rice drop has been for rounc teak, but most cuts of beef nd pork are wearing lower rice Lags than they did a Month ugo. In ground beef offerings, here have been gradual s h i f t s n both price and type available. While n i l stores carry reg- ilar ground beef, containing not norc than 31) per cent fat. m a n y stores carry four or five products that are mad3 cnlln-Jy )f ground bcel and another that basically ground beef. Of those that cost more than a dollar per pound, there is a choice of ground chuck, ground round, or chopped sirloin. These products are l i k e l y to h a v e a lower (at content t h a n regular ground hecf. Regular ground beef is made from the lean meat of a n i m a l s thai is not tender enougii to use for hecf cuts w i t h fal trimmings added To meet the varied demand of their customers, many markets carry al least three types of ground heel of the hamburger type, none of which contain more than 30 per cent fat. The more ex pensive of the three sells for at least a dollar per pound and carries a variety of labels such as lean ground beef or premium quality g r o u n d beef. These pro ducts are likely to contain 21 to 25 per cent fat. Ground hce that sells for less than a dollar per pound contains 25-to 30 per cent fat. It is sometimes sold as economy or f a m i l y pad ground beef. The lowest price tag for a nillll]!l!lll!IIIIIIUIIIfmi!!llll(lllMI!IIIIIHII!llll!l!lll!lllt!l!ilin!l|[ll!l!Mm Jforlhiwat Arhamma S or MEN Friday, April 26, 1974 0 ltlllll]in!l!lll!!l!l!«n!ll!ll!l[lllll!!inill!llllll!N!lll!l![!llnniGII![^ Miss Riggan Honored At Bridal Shower Mrs. Ray Alford and Mrs. Raymond Huff entertained with miscellaneous shower Tuesday honoring Miss Phyllis Riggan of Hot Springs, bride- elect of Randy Greeson of Fayetteville. The party took place at the Huff residence. A special guest was the bride- elect's mother, Mrs. D. R. Riggan of Hot Sprins. The honoree and h e r mother received corsages of daisies. The table holding the guest wok was decorated with an leirloom bride's basket and spring flowers. Silver appointments were used on the serving table and the centerpiece was hand-painted French porcelain bowl containing pastel colored procelain flowers. Arrangements o I spring lowers were used throughout the party area. Miss Riggan was assisted in opening gifts by Miss Donna Atkinson and Miss Paula Seay. The hostess gift was a set of cookware. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB FISHBACK Members of Goshen Clu vere guests at a luncheon he n the hospitality room of th "irst National Bank. Roll call was answered wit members and guests intr ducing themselves. Devotion vere given by Mrs. Veri Tackett and up-coming coun council events announced. Th club voted to permit a Vacatio Bible School to be held at th community building in June tn o send a plant to Mr. and Mr J. I. Dean who are qbservin heir 50th wedding anniversarj Games were played at th close of the meeting. Hostess* vere Mrs. Pan Gay. Mr. Tackett and Mrs. Juanita May Mrs. Jessie Har Go To Jail JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Smiling and carrying their Bibles. 107 youthful evangelists have trooped off to jail, refusing to accept freedom if it means giving up their preaching even for a few days. County Judge Raymond L. Simpson offered the defendants all charged with loitering, re leased on their own recogniz ance Wednesday if they woult promise to quit bothering people in area shopping centers. THE LIGHT TOUCH by Gardenhire's Why do letters with checks inside t a k e longer to arrive than ifl those with bills? jfj * . * p) "Teenagers, 1 s a y s a | rather, "are also par- i| ent-agers." * * * He that thinketh by the inch and talketh by the yard, let him be kick- elh by the fool. round beef product I* placed n a mixture of ground beef isually 70 to 75 per cent) and xlured vegetable prntoln. icse mixtures are soli by n arlety of names. They are ever labeled grown! liecf he- auso they contain added vegc- nbJo protein and water; liow- ver, they do no* contain more t than rcgulai ground beef. fter it Is cooked, the ground cef-vogetable protein combln- :lon is similar to a home prc- arcd ground beef product to h|ch cereal is added during reparation. CHANOKS IN PRODUCE In produce counters, seasonal hanges are responsible for an ncrease In number of items owcr prices for those that are p l e n t i f u l , ant In quality ol spring ant u m m e r items that have re enlly reappeared are water ccommg more ome reduction Inter frutU. Among the melons, cantaloupes, honcydew melons, pineapples, rhubarb, ind fresh asparagus. Price Is lighor now tor melons and lineapplc than It will be later in the season, while f l a v o r of ?arly season melons is A sometime thing. In this situation, careful selection is especially important. Broccoli and cauli flower, typically winter vege tables, arc still available. Their quality and prlco are still about the same as they were in winter months. Celery, corn, and lettuce have been below usual price for several weeks. Price is decreasing on onions and carrots. Not only are onion prices lower now than they were in lata winter, a change In price relationships of onion varieties 's showing up In some markets. White onions are normally higher priced than yellow ones and lower pricet than red ones, bill white ant yellow ones are currently elling for the same price in ome stores. In others, ret! and hlle onions are selling for the amc price. KKU1T PROM STOKAfJK Along with Hie springtime g i f t better quality and lower rices for some fruits ;md vcgc- iblcs comes hlgner prices and iwcr quality tor others. Except or controlled atmosphere stor- ge, apple quality would be ery poor by this time of year. Vith carefully controlled stor- ge, however, fnlrly good uality apples can still he found t higher prices than we paid n fall and winter. To get the Tiost for tiie mon,:y you spend or apples purchased now, noose them with special care. Buy only the number needed Ruth's Beauty College 1ZOO Norlh College Ave. -- Fayellefille, Arkansas 72701 LOOK INTO A PROFESSIONAL .BEAUTY CAREER FOR YOUR FUTURE! Our Hairdresser* are in demand! · Free Job Placement! · Unlimited Opportunities! · Year 'Round Employment! For Complete Information--Clip and Mail NAME ADDRESS * I Am Interested in Information concerning your school ;·; good quality but be snlccted wljh w i t h i n a few days, check them for crlspness as you buy them, and store them In the refrigerator soon after purchase. | Grapefruits and orange* mostly still should also -- , extra care. W«tch for those tmtt seem thinnest skinned arm heaviest for size. Be especialjy careful not to choose withered or soft fruit. With citrus frujtn as with apples, tha room temperature storage that H adequate in fall and winter may mean early spoilage In spring and summer. Refrigerator storage in sealed plastic bags Is a better rule for both citrus fruits and apples purchased ;*t this lime of year. ' iiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitimiiiiiraiMiiiiiiniiiiiNHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiTM Daily Calendar of Events Today "Butterflies Are Free," Art Center, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headtniarUn I» Mecfronlci ituo« ItW i2D N. College For Your Prescription Need* See Us QUAKER DRUG n E. Center - MZ-424* City Parking Lot IB Rear Saturday Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Ballroom Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafelorium, 8 p.m. "Butterflies Are Free," Art Center, 8 p.m. Biitiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiunn mail iiiiiiijii JARMAN Sp . . . f or business or pleasure The simple styling makes this shoe perfect for either casual or dress wear. Made of comfortable crinkle leather enhanced with leather braid trim. Cloth lined. Available in White or Beige, Sizes 71/2 to 12, widths B, C, and D. 20.00 Boston Store III SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Speed-reading is a ne- cessily these days--or you'll never gel off the ' freeway. pur friend was studying to be a tree surgeon, but he had to d r o p o u t -- couldn't stand the sight of sap. * * * Don I' drop out--drop in to Gardcnhire's Jewelry for a good looking pair of earrings for a good looking girl. GARDENHIRE'S JEWEIRY S.E, Cornir of Squar* JUST FOR JEANS by Lily of France* You have seen it in Seventeen Magazine . . . now see it at your Designed to top your Boston Store! shorts and jeans this summer. ABOVE; Bra of denim Blue that ties about that neck. 4.00 Work shirt in Denim Blue. 20.00 RIGHT; Holter bra in DenimBlue or Red, White and Blue srtiped Lurex. 7.00 Jacket in Red, White and Blue Lurex 17.00 ALL SIZED S-M-L Boston Store SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA U«« Your Boston Charge Mastercharg* or BankAmsricard

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