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Musical Tryouts Scheduled For The Arts Center The Arts Center of the Ozarks announced today tryout schedules for their seventh a n n u a l summer musical, "Fiddler on the Roof." The great "Fiddler." based on the book by Joseph Stein with lyrics, by Sheldon llarnick and music by Jerry Bock, is considered one of the firoal works of the American musical stage. "Fiddler on the Hoof" ranks as Ihe fourth longest r u n n i n g musical in Broadway history, but it is not inconceivable that it might surpass that figure with its audience [wpularity undiminished. Books Cram Shelves By TOM HOCK AP Xeivsfea lures Writer The shelves of many book stores arc crammed with cook books whose offbeat titles clam or for attention. And the reci pes inside may make you do a double take. One tctls how to make beer soup, another ex tolls roast tur key coaled with peanut butter and a third offers a recipe Tor sauted flowor blossoms. The food field lias been cov erecl so thoroughly that man authors feel they must tr some gimmick to attract atten lion. Yet there are a number o common sense hints abou cooking that m a n y of us don' know: hints that can save you money, cut down on your fue output and give your laste bud a treal, SIMPLE TO COOK The word gourmet, for in stance, scares many away be cause it conjures up an image of food that is prohibitively ex pensive and all but impossibli for the laymcin (o cook. Thi fact is many of Ihe classic dish es are quile simple to cook and relatively inexpensive -- if tha ferm can bo applied lo any foot today. Take that old standby, coq a vin. Many chefs believe this i best if an old fowl is used be cause it retains its flavor bette than a young pullet after long simmering in wine. And it cost less. A friend of mine once re marked that there was on gourmet dish that could b made for about 30 cents -two-egg omelet. Two dimes wi buy the eggs and the remainin 10 cenls should cover a pinch o herbs, salt, pepper and a dab o butter to grease Ihe pan. Anyone who has spent time i New England should recall th boiled vegetable dinners. Oper ating on the theory that yo should skip meat at least on day a week, a f a r m family stayed with in New Hampshir set aside Wednesday for one o these specials, featuring a pla ter piled h i g h with gree wedges of young cabbage, cris carrots and tiny bright re beets. , My host also performed feat with broccoli that bears TI pealing here. BROCOLU EGG DIVAN 1 bunch broccoli 4 hard-cooked eggs ^ teaspoon salt, divided Vi teaspoon pepper 1 can (10W oz) condensed chcddar cheese soup 1/3 cup milk li cup fine dry broad crumb: 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine To prepare broccoli, cut o large leaves and bottom stalk. Wash well. If stalk more t h a n '; inch in diamete make 2 lengthwise slits almo to flowerets. Cook broccoli, u covered in boiling salted wat till tender, about 15 minute Drain, Arrange broccoli, ster toward the renter in a 10-irv pie plate. Slice eggs cross wi and !av in i avers over brocco Sprinkle with" '4 teaspoon sa and pepper. Mis undiluted soi with milk till smooth. Po over broccoli and eggs in p plate. Mix together brea crumb. melted butter and r maining ^ teaspoon Sorlnkle over cheese sauc Bake in 375-degrce oven 20 mi utes tili cheese sauce bubb! and bread crumbs are slight browned. Serves ·I. Good with chilled dry white wine. Thrift Tip To keep a fruit or berry p from rnii'ns over, place a ;u or-three inch piece of straig macaroni upright in the slit" the crust. Juice bubbles up a goes back into the pie, elirn n a t i n g oven cleanup and stic' crust. Allspice On Meat Try a little allspice in me balls and hamburgers. It ad zip to the flavor, making the old favorites more interesting. GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's (11 W. Dick son, Ftye The cast consisls of 12 men, n women and chorus. A cast about 50 persons is hoped r. The play revolves around vye, a Russian dairymen, his fe and five daughters. T h e e of Tevye has become one the all-time great musical ies and was immortalized by ro Mostel on Broadway and jpol in the award-winning ovic, The Arts Center production II be July 15, 16. IB and 19 the center's outdoor stage, le d i r e c t o r will be Park David Rushing of Fayetle- lle. Musical director w i l l Geneva Powers of the Arl jnter and Sue Williams of ayctteville will choreograph. The schedule of the tryouts be held by the directors will e 7-9 p.m. Friday and 2-4 p.m. a t u r d a y al Ihe Wagonwhee! iieatre, Art Center of tbe Ox- rks, 216 W. Grove, Springdale All interested persons shouk ome prepared to sing a shor ece of their own choosing dditional tryout times and try it information are available calling the Art Center a 5441 or Geneva Powers a sl-3713. niiininiMiiriiiiDiHiiiiniiinimnniiniinniiiniiiiiininr EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB MEADOW VALLEY Twenty-three members at Mided the luncheon at Ozarl ·lectric Cooperative Hospitality .oom last week. Hoslesse 'ere Mrs. A. N. Wood, Mrs ony Smith and Mrs. Loren iibson. Mrs. Lynn Smith, vie. resident, presided in the ab ence of Mrs. Raymond Lierly resident. Devotions were ij harge of Mrs. W. L. Smith. Plans for the bus tour t .ittle Rock were discussed, thi lub voted to make a contribu on to the music scholarshi und at Central Methodis hurch in memory of Harrv ecker, and Mrs. Gibso resented the program on "nu, :'ition and plant life." Mrs. Ro luinn demonstrated a cro heted broomstick afghan an Irs. Don Manker demonstrate white handbag made of Swis traw that she made. The next meeting will be a 11. Comfort Communit Building with Mrs. Otis Porte and Mrs. Lester Parkhurst a lostesses. Guests Attend Meeting Of Goldenrod Club Mrs. Adrain Sanger and Mrs Cate Bradford were guests r 3o!denrod Club in the home c Mrs. Vera Chandler at i recent meeting. Mrs. Howar T i l e s was co-hostess. Airs. Liles, president, mad report on the Extensio Homemakci's Club Counc rieeting held at the Ozarl Jlectric Cooperative Hospital! Room where the board meetii will be held on May 22. Mrs. Franz Allebach reporlec on the coffee hour at the V Hospital in April. Mrs. f. , Kirkpatrick presented the pr gram and distributed pamnhle on drug abuse. The next meeting will be picnic on June 12. (Couplers Klub Announce New Members Banners, posters, stars and ripcs decorated walls of the ark Howl last Thursday ·ening for a "primary party" mcc held by Kouplers Klub. embers and guests danced to iisic by the Cates Gang. Host committee members ere Jack and Mimi Mathis. ill and Pat Storey and Butch nd Glenda Robertson. Ronnie oodruff, president, presided nd welcomed Bill and Faune onner and Robert and Maria eresa Frans as new members. Prior to the dance, all mem ers and guests were enter- ained at the home of Pat and ill Storey. Guests were Bob and Carl Kulstad. Paul and Maxine -X-'Blanc, Louise and Joyce hiebedoux, David and Cathy vans, Lamar and Donna otters. Bob ;md Sue Winn oyce and Art Pruett, Ham anc enny Singleton, Jim and Joyct arnbeth, Keith and Sue Cear ey, Ron and Karen Bumpass ary and Ann Nelms, Charles nd Barb G o f o r t h. Jack ^urtsinger and Melba Garrctt '. II. and Myrna Martin, Ever Lt and Sharon Flill, Vernon ant 'helma Tarver, George ant 'ookie Shelton and Doc am ustine Holladay. Mrs. Harris Hostess To Sorority Members of Beta Tau Chaper of F,psilon Sigma Alpha orority met for the May busi iess session in the home of tht (resident. Mrs. Mary Harris in Jreenland. Mrs. Harris led the openin, itual. and during the busines ncoting, Mrs. Carlos Guisinge ave a report on the state con r ention held in Hot Springs i ipril when she was electe econd vice president to Stat Council. Mrs. Guisinger, Mrs larris and Mrs. Eileen Va )yke attended the convention 'he chapter was awarded th o l d e n Educational Chai award for excellence in educa tonal work during the year 'he state council selected "Ou 'arm." at Rogers for the statx philanthropic project. This is residential center for childre removed from their homes Mrs. Guisinger also reported o he awards program, outlinin requirements f o r differen iwards that the members an the chapter can e a r n . Th chapter voted to take King Hanch at Morrow as their ph anthropic project. This, too, a foster home for children. Mrs. Guisinger presented th chapter scrapbook to Mrs. Re Maxey, retiring president. Plans were made for sprin rush and the president a nounced t h a t her theme for th year will be "Wise up to th world we live in." The n e x meeting will be picnic for men hers and their families on Ma 21. The closing ritual ended th meeting after which refres mcnts were served by th hostess. Garden Club Meets Members of Fayettevil Garden Club met last week the home of Mrs. John Web Mrs. Louis Trager was co-ho less. A hook, "The Forgotten A of Flower Cookery," to be give to City Library in memory Dwight Isely was displayed. A talk on "stream channe zation," was followed by d cussion on how to interest t pi'blic on its importance. The June meeting will be he in the home of Mrs. Fa Meade. Northmret Arkansas OJimrB or MEN · Tuesday, May 14, 1974 i'jiiHiiiiiiiiiMiniH^ Teachers Honored At Dinner Mrs. Charles Swift and Mrs lifton Bell were honored last uesday night by Delta Chapter f Alpha Delta Kappa at a inner meeting at the A.Q. hicken House in Springdale. Irs. Swift and Mrs. Bell are etiring teachers. Other special guests were drs. C. B. Murphy, state honor- ry m e m b e r , and 16 Alha Delta Kappa members rom Siloam Springs, Gravette nd Bentonville. Forty-two i embers and guests were resent. Mrs. Paul Cunningham, Mrs. :iecta Smith anl Mrs. Lester "Ikinton were hostesses. Straw hats filled with cut lowers decorated each table md the honored guests received :orsages from the host chapter Mrs. Louise Joyce, retiring residenl, opened the meetinf ollowcd by devotions led by vlrs. Grover Fuller. Miss Helen Woods gaven an informative alk about the Alpha Delta Kappa state convention which she attended last month in ·ittle Rock. "Hats Off To ADK" was the convention heme. Mrs. Tom Adkinson spoke briefly of the importan roles women have played ii history and Mrs. Joyce lead the group in singing "The Lamp of ADK," and " H a t s Off to ADK." New officers were installed 'or next year. Special door prizes made by ,Valter Brooks were won b' Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Madell! Itrickland. Mrs. Claude Woods, new pre sident. reminded members tha :he next meeting will be family picnic in June at Mur phy Park. niiQniiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiniiiniiniiiniii Announcements niiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniiainiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii Chapter AT, PEO, will mee at 12 noon Thursday for a sala luncheon in the home of Mrs Mearl McKinney. 16J5 Apple bury Drive. Iris Garden Club will mee at 10 a.m. Wednesday in th home of Mrs- T. E. Shelton fo a terrarium workshop. Lunc will be provided by the hostess Northwest Arkansas Retire Officers Group will meet at 6:3 p.m. Friday at the F,lks Lodge Members should note this is change in location. Dinner wi be served at 7:30 p.m. Chapter S, PEO, will mee at 12 noon Thursday in th home of Mrs. Doug Dougla Highway 45 east, for a luncheo and recipe exchange. Co-ho tesses will be Mrs. John Webb Mrs. George Hunsberger, Mr Grace French, Mrs. J. O. War and Mrs. Peter Harkins. Patients Note Birthdays At VA Hospital Twenty patients observed irthdays in May it partie iven by the American Legion ospital on May 8, 9 and 10. Cakes were baked and decor ted by Johnsie Dean, Auxiliary resident. "Happy Birthday' as sung to each and picture: ' those observing birthday: ere made and given tc atients. Serving were Wilburn Dean pb and Mabel Maddox, Audrey ightfoot, Bernice Baker an ssie Pagent. Game night will be held on Jay 21 and the coffee hour on lay 28. AAUW Luncheon Ends Season Mrs. L. M. McGoodwin enter ained the Fayetteville Branc f the American Association o Universily Women with cooperative luncheon at he iome last week to conclude th /ear's activities. A review o :urrent action areas and a di :ussion of future activiiie made this meeting a highligh if the year. Serving as hostesses wit M rs. McG oo d win were Mis lelen Graham, Mrs. Virgin ladfield, Mrs. M. E. Baker an drs. John Huddleston. There will be an open boar meeting at 9:30 a.m., June at the home of the presiden Mrs. Otho Milton. Auto Club Plans Tour And Picnic Foothills of the Ozarks A tique Auto Club met last wee at the Holiday Inn in Springda 'or a buffet supper with members present. Guests we Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Yarboug of Pauls Valley, Okla., and M and Mrs. Dewey Bass Rogers. Fred Warford, presiden reported on the participation the club at the showing antique cars May 3 and 4 Northwest Arkansas Pla when 38 cars were display by members, many having t history of the cars, the cone tion when found, and the r storation information on thei It was announced that an a tique car show will be held Dogpatch May 17, 18 and 19. Plans were made for a to on Friday, May 24. Mem be are asked to meet at 6:30 p.T at Harp's parking lot. T group will tour Hickory Cre Boat Dock and then have picn supper. The next regular meeting w be held on June 11 at the Holt day Inn in Springdale at 7 p.m. Art Students Will Display Their Work When full-length »Up« wear out around the neck or armholes, cut the slio above the waistline" and make a half-slip. Art students of Esther Butz II display their work in char- oal, pastel oils and pencil at e Springdale Library Monday rough Saturday of this week. Students range in ages from ght through 14 years. Mrs. Butz teaches privately her home. The public is invited to view .he art show. Household Hint useful A pan of water pUewI in the oven with a cake will keep the cake top from browning too quickly before the entire cake is done. Women Realtors Hear Program Washington County Chapter of Vomen's Council of Realtors eld its regular monthly neeting Thursday at the Holi- ay Inn in Fayetteville. Murl teed, president, presided. Gerald Price of Fort Smith 'as guest speaker and his sub- ect was "Awareness of N a t i o n a l Association." H e rointed out its relation to the ocal and state associations. -"rice has recently been voted ^ort Smith Realtor of the Year. 'e is also past president of the rkansas State Association of .ealtors. Mrs. Price, Loris Stanton, resident of the Fayetteville oard of Realtors, and Fay ibbons, president of Spring- ale Board of Realtors, were pecial guests. Daily Calendar of Events Today Norths'de Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6;15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Eastgate Mall, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. NWA Kennel Club, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, 7:» pjn. Rock Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:SO p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, » p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 pjn. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio 90 N. OotEegc for Year Prescription Need* QUAKER DRUG t* E. Cater - MMMS Otj ParUas Let !· Beer Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Iris Garden Club, Mrs. T. E. Shelton, 10 a.m. Children's Art Show, City Library, 9 a.m. to « p.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, t p.m. Ice Cream Pie Ice cream is a year-round lessert that may be served lone, topped with fruit, or used o prepare countless treats. In he following recipe, ice cream s used to fill a crunchy pie crust that is made with crispy rice cereal. This Crispy Ice ^ream Pie may be served as a pleasing dessert or a satis- T ying snack. 2 c. crisp rice cereal, cocoa or fruity flavor 2 tbsp. butter or margarine melted 1 qt. vanilla ice cream. Combine cereal and butter- :oss lightly to coat. Set aside l /z cup. Press remaining cerea evenly into a well-buttered 8 inch pie pan. Chill about one lour. Fill with ice cream Sprinkle with reserved cereal Freeze. For ease in serving, dip pie pan just to rim in warm water for a few seconds; then cut and serve. Makes 6 to 8 servings. Cheese Flavors Chicken Costing less than most meats, chicken has become a favorite for family meals. This recipe for Chicken Fontina describes another delicious way to serve the versatile bird. i c. butter or margarine h Ib. broiler-fryer, cut up salt, pepper and paprika 1 lemon, halved 1 tbsp. instant minced onion f i n e l y grated fontina cheese Melt butter in glass baking dish in 400 degree oven. Roll chicken in butter, arrange in one layer skin side up; sprinkle with salt, pepper and paprika. Bake until browned. Squeeze juicc from l e m o n over and sprinkle with onion. Cover tightly with foil and bake 25 minutes longer. Baste chicken with drippings and sprinkle generously with cheese. Serve at once. 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