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May 4, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Seven Initiated By Group Seven women became new members of Sigma Alpha Iota, International Music Fraternity for Women, at an initiation ceremony held last week on the campus of the University or Arkansas. Joining Sigma Omicron Chapter were Misses Judy Adams, Margaret Carlisle, Linda Carson, Debbie Duvall, Peggy Schakel, Susan Spooner and Susan Watkius. Attending the ceremony and taking part in the initiation were members ,of the active college chapter as well as members of the Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter. Following initiation members of both chapters assembled at the home ol Mrs. Lester Howick, an alumnae member. A cooperative supper was held for the 30 women attending. The occasion ended with Honor's Day activities shared by both chapters. A senior farewell service was held for Miss Margaret Hoi comb, conducted by this year's college chapter president and chaplain. Misses Teresa K Fream and Diane Bcrger. Installation service for new officers of both chapters was also conducted by the chaplain. Special guest. Roger Widdcr. chairman of tlie University's Music Department, presented two fraternity awards, the honor certificate to Miss Holcomb and the honor award to Miss Freatn. College chapter member. Miss Barbara Browning, presented a special award, a certificate of · merit, to Miss Bcrger, and a red rose to Miss Jacqueline Graves who is leaving the university to join the Air Force Band. Vice president and pledge trainer. Miss Susan Shellon, announced co-winners · of the best pledge award, based on altitude and f r a t e r n i t y spirit to Miss Schakel and Miss Watkins. Bridge News ADULT CENTKR Lillian Smith and Ann Lauderdale were lirst and second place w i n t i e r s in the weekly Community Adult. Center bridge party. Olhcr winners were Oscar White, Geneva Berg, Sanford Berg, and E. W. Thornton. Arkansas Anyone 50 years older is invited to activities of Adult Center, 'ormation phone 443-3512. of age or attend the the Community For further in- nflation Cuts Back Luxuries NEW YORK (AP) -- The W OMEN Saturday, May 4, 1974 * wiiiniiMiiiiniM^^ The Market Basket Costly To Fill Baptist Church Wedding Scene same inflation middle-income that is forcing Americans to swilch from steak to casseroles is causing upper-crus- consumers to cut hack on the luxuries of life--those $3,005 evening dresses, for example. That's why designer George Haltey, who showed his fall collection on Monday, slashed prices drastically, cutting them by 90 per cent at (he wholesale level. Halley's prices used to start a t $ 8 0 0 wholesale: Posh clothes w i t h four-figure price tags that drew widespread publicity. The expensive dresses just weren't selling weil in reccnl By MESCAL JOHNSTON Good buys POULTRY -- Fryers, eggs, turkeys. PORK -- Hams and picnics. sausage, fresh picnic roasts, sliced quarter loins, neckbones. BEEF--Ground beef, chuck roasts, round steak. OTHERS--Milk, chese, liver, bologna, [ranks, t u n a , frozen fish. VEGETABLES--Potatoes, onions, cabbage, lettuce, celery, com. carrots; dry beans, peas, rice; canned vegetables. Pi Phis Note Anniversary said Halley spokes- FRUITS-- Bananas, apples of more crop products, supplies have increased Members and aliminao of Pi Beta Phi held a Founder's Day Bntiquct Inst Sunday at the Holiday Inn to observe the 107th anniversary of the sorority's founding. Graduating seniors received awards and Pi Phi cookbooks. The M a ry Ca mpbcl] G rego ry a w a r d ; given yearly to the a"live niemher nr rilunimn' best e x e m p l i f i e s M r s . Clrt'jlory's spirit., versatility n n d dedication, was awarded f o Mrs. Jim Komine. Mrs. Alice Milliken Renfro. retiring housemother and member of the sorority, was honored with a scholarship her name which will provide $100 a n n u a l l y to a deserving Pi Phi. Miss Ellen Stevens was elected as the chapter nominee for A m y Bnrnham O n k e n award and Miss Ann C r 5 g g o r received the chapter service award and was also named model m e m b e r of the year. Both of these girls also represent Omricon Province for these awards. President of the active chapter is Miss Crigger anct Mrs. Leonard Grecnbaw is president of the alumnae group. years, man. NOT SPENDING "Wonicn are not spending that kind of money for clothes --no matter how much they have," the spokesman said. Wholesale prices for the new Halley collection start at $79 and go up to $300. That means retail prices ol" from $150 to StiOO. The designer managed to keep the expensive look that characterized his more costly clot lies. A parade of models, led by actress Alexis Smith, lisplaycd a series of dresses mil pants with a soft, swingy ook. There were lots of autumn colors--rust, dark green and plenty of ITemlin 1 maroon--for day and sequins for evening. lovcred either at the knee or several inches above the ankle. Hallcy isn't the only designer cutting prices. Several other Seventh Avenue fashion houses have pared their more expensive lines, eliminating some compile!}', to concentrate on the lower-priced, better-selling models. It is accomplished basfcallj ,' cutting back in the fabric ,' using less expensive mate said the Halley s pokes- Births MORE COMMERCIAL Edward Parnes, who took over as president of the organization five months ago, said it's simply a matter of making the dresses more commercial, using mass-manufacturing techniques rather than individual, custom workmanship. lllllfflllllillllllinilltlllliniEIIIIll HIII11 HUH! HlllltllilHl U!!ilH! H IN III! REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Neff of StiKvell, Okla., a daughter, May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Stanfield of Fayctteville, a son, May Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dan Eman of Fayctteville, a daughter, May 1. _ __ Accountants Name Officers NnrthwQst A r k a n s a s Chapter of Certified Public Accountant met Thursday night at the Holiday Inn mid installed the following olticcrs. Hugh Scarborough Jr., president; Don Bnier, presidentelect; Don A n d e r s o n , treasurer; and Leon Bland, secretary. R. L. G r a y and Bill Gusc of tile U. S, Department of Lalwr. Wiitfe and Hour Division, spoke to the group on recent amendments to the federal wage and hour law. oranges, grapefruit, canned and "rozen juices. Because animal products are more expensive than crop products, skillful shopping in meal and dairy counters is generally accepted as the best place to stretch food money. No doubt this is still true, but the national food supplp picture is directing a new challenge to processed food counters. (Reduced Crop Products As shoppers have learned to limit meat purchases in favor meal moderately and processed f r u i t anf vegetable supplies have tight encd. Cereal supplies are ample for present needs, and the nev, harvest looks hopeful. The tola situation, reflected in food atiF and on grocery shelves, is ntu more relaxed for bread, meal milk, and eggs than for fruits and vegetables. Except for potatoes, fresh f r u i t s and vegetable supplier are only slightly Jess than those. of other recent years, but thi processed vegetable supply i .he smallest in years. Frozen vegetable supplies are neare to those of other recent year, ' h a n are canned ones, but price has moved up in small step for both types throughout tin selling season. The upwan trend is expected to continu after the 1074 pack become available because of highe prices for raw fruits and vcge table's and increased paekin costs. Substitutions In Order With increasing supplies fresh produce, there's no reasn for alarm. There will he enoug processed fruits and vegetable available to meet needs. How ever, there wit] le instances i which the particular item in tl desired brand does not appoa on all grocery shelves. Alsi prices will increase more f some items and some branc than for others. When it's a added up, the ability to shi product or brand as one shop can help hold the budget In lin with m i n i m u m dissatisfaction Within each kind of canne vegetable, there's a great dec of variation in quality, d pending on brand, grade, sty of pack, and added ingredient! Since the most cxpensh brands are not necessarily tl highest quality, jfg always ood practice to try single cans different brands. For the ext few months, when favorite rands may not he available, bel reading should be helpful substituting within similar uality products. Required Information Just as quality of canned ·uits and vegetables vary, so 0 the v a l u e of their labels as iw requires that all can labels low name of produce, net consul, and name and address f the processor or distributor. \ list of ingredients is also re- uired for many but not all roducts. Relative to product name, ruly descriptive hich is helpful r us( 1 v c terms is the rule, in choosing roduct for use. Such descrip- i v e terms a s "whole," sliced," or "diced," included l the name of the product, help noppers in making choices. For easy comparison, the- net each can of food . the lower third of display panel. Val- The sanctuary of Central Missionary Baptist Church in Fayetteville was the setting for the evening wedding April 20 of Glenda Diane Mooney and Earl Levon Ogden. Parens of the couple are Elder and Mrs. Sheppard Mooney of Cove and Mr. a n d Mrs. Earl Levon (Tommy) Ogden ol Fayetteville. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the bride's father assisted by Elder J. R. Almond. A program of nuptial music was played by Mrs. Judy Dees of Poteau, Okla., organist who also accompanied Mrs. Vicki Kelly of Fayctteville who sang "More", "Whither Thou Goest", and "The Wedding Song." Vows were exchanged before an altar decorated with a candelabrum holding 14 pink tapers, and flanked with baskets of greenery and pink feathered carnations and matching seven-branched candelabra also holding pink tapers. A candelabrum holding two pink candles and a large pink memory candle was placed behind the couple and the cere mony closed with the couple lighting the memory candle am presenting a pink rose to each of their mothers. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a forma length wedding gown of g a n z a . designed with a higl neckline, fitted bodice, an em pire waistline and bishop sleeves. A-line sweeps of em of .'eight ppears i front able as net-weight statements re, they don't always tell the vholc story of contents. For ex- mple, two one-pound cans of reen beans don't necessarily ontain the same drained veight of edible product. The name of the packer or istributor usually appears in i less prominent place than the ront panel. Its presence on abels provides consumers and egulatory agencies a point of contact plaints. for questions, or compliments. Since broidered lace, with pink rib bon, trimmed the bodice sleeves and continued down the front and back of the chape length train. The elbow lengtl veil of illusion was secured wit' a headpiece of organza petal outlined with pearlized flowers The bridal bouquet was fash o n e d with pink rose surrounding a double orchi corsage, accented by pin ribbons and love knots. Mrs. Brenda Selby of Faj ettefillc, sister of the bride wa matron of honor and brides maids were Mrs. Scla Davis o Prairie Grove. Mrs. Cande Wilson of Fayetteville and Mis Karen Mays, cousin of the briri of Longview. Tex. They wor identical dresses of slice printed nylon over pink sheath with fitted bodices, long, fu collars. Large pink wir brimmed lacy hats trimmec ;ome companies process many iranris, the address of the processor also may provide a clue o quality. The ingredient statement is with their pink ribbon ensembles complete md cac required by law for all products "or which standards of identity :iave not been established. Un- 'ortunatety, most canned vege- ables arc among the approximately 200 items in this category so ingredient listings may or may not appear on canned vegetable · labels. Ingredient lists, when needed and not provided, may be secured by writing to the processor or distributor. Voluntary Information More information is provided on can laticls than is required by l a w . some of which is h e l p f u l to those who use it. The brand n a m e is u s u a l l y considered of value only to the processor in merchandising the product. It is possibly of jus t as much value to shoppers in making repeat purchases. Other helpful information that has tra- cliionally been included on can labels includts recipes or other h o w -1 o - u s e instructions. Recipes, specifically developed for the product, are usually re- labels includes recipes or other In response to consumer demands, many packaged and canned products are now being carried a nosegay of pink fe tbered carnations sprinkle will] purple statice with pin streamers. Donald Bayles. bridegroom of uncle of tl Fayettevil labeled with nutrient inform tion. This is canned fruits less and likely vegetabl than on cereals and prepan foods. Nutrient information not required unless a claim made for exceptional nutrition value. However, if nutriti information is provided v untarily, it must inclui amounts of protein, carb hydrates and fats, and numbf of calories in a serving stated size. Vitamins A and riboflavin, nincin, calcium, an iron provided by each servin must be listed as percentag of the recommended dai allowances of these nutricn for a well adult man. Already on some labels c'r be found one weight stated ounces or pounds, according our present system, plus metr weights. Since all weights w eventually be shown accordi to the metric system, a du statement will probably be us during the long adjustme period. rved as best man and oomsmen were Dennis Led- Lter, John Mooney, brother of i bride both ot Fayetteville id Busty Nail oT Kansas City, o. Ushers were Marion E. ij'les III, Larry Joe Bayles, usins of the bridegroom both Tulsa and Terry Dees of Po- au. ^andlelighters were Glenn ooney, brother of the bride id Joey Bayles, cousin of the idegroom. Kenneth Wayne ;lby, nephew of the bride was ng-bcarer and Jill and Kym utherford served as flower rls. They wore dresses which atched the attendants and iried white baskets trimmed ih pink ribbons conaining nk rose petals. Mrs. Mooney chose a floor ngth lavendar dress with icer sieves and white ac- essories for her daughter's edding. The bridegroom's randmother, Mrs. Marion ayles wore a long dress of jht aqua polyester with h i f f o n sieves. Double layers chiffon ruffles accented the eckline and bodice. A corsage ' pink carnation with purple .atice was pinned at her houlder. The mother of the bridegroom ·ore a long powder blue dress .'ith chiffon sleeves and f u l l hiffon skirt. The dress bodice nd cuffs were designed with n overlay of ribbon knit lace- ·ork. Her corsage was an or- hid with purple statice. A special guest of the bride ·as her aunt. Mrs. Frank Willis f Irving. Tex. She was attired i a dress with a hot pink top 'ith matching ruffles of pink round the sleeves and neckline nd a skirt printed to match, ler corsage was of pink car- ations. A reception was held in the hurch fellowship hall immed- ately following the ceremony. Irs. Sandi Rutherford of 'rairie Grove presided at the iuest book. A pink carnation arrangement lecorated the bride's :overed with a white table linen MR. AND MRS. OGDEN . . . /oHoioing /heir evening wedding on April 20 at Central Missionary Baptist Church the br M a r i a n tonville. A reh wedding groom s Ogden. The 1 fith an nations C r y s t a l arrange] and pui candles. Special and Mrs. ·loth. Bridal punch and a three icrcd wedding cake was served rom ttie bride's table and :offee and the bridegroom's cake was served at the bridegroom's table displaying pink candles and carnation arrangements. Assisting were Mrs. Pat Willis, Mrs. Laura Cole, Mrs. Carol Wood and Miss Vicki lumphrics. For travel the hride chose a two piece white and pink printed knit pleated dress with link t r i m and carried pink accessories. Her corsage of orchids was pinned at her shoulder. Following the wedding trip to Florida the couple will reside in Fayetfeville. Out-of-town guests at he wedding were Mrs. Willis, Mrs. Tiny Cole of Mesquite, Tex., Mrs. Joe B. Mays of Longview, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. George B. Mooney of Benton, Leonard Hollinger and Miss Bengie Thompson, of Little Rock; Mrs. Lucille Bayles of Slilwell. Okla.. Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Bayle-s III and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Joe Bayles and family Harrison, Mrs. Hal Milsap Jr. of Siloam Springs; Mrs. Vallie Rae Harrison of Columbus. Miss., Mrs. Julia Cooper, Mrs. Hugh Douthit. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Asker all of Springdale, Mrs. Geori and Ogden, grandfather of idegroom and Miss Morgan, both of Ben- earsal dinner for t h e party was held the preceding the wedding oliday Inn by the bride- mother, Mrs. · Joyce ables were decorated rangements of pink car- and purple statice. a 1 candelabra held ments of pink daisies rple statice with pink 1 guests included Mr. rs. Larry Bayles and Mrs. Willis, Mrs. Cole, tfays, Mr. and Mrs. Mooney, Mr. Hollinger is Thompson- Mush roomier Sauce For an extra rich mushroom s luce, add canned mushrooms to condensed cream of mushroom soup, using about a fourth cup of liquid from the; mushrooms for diluting soup- Then add a little soy sauce for extra seasoning. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR . · » ' · ' · / ^ ^ ^v "* * ^- ± IT S W I F T S n N«th *\yf JIM\«J^ nwv «*. ·ge M MiS£ i REVPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! 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