Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 27, 1974
Page 6
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Jfartbturat Arkansas Eimra -TTT/° r WOMEN Party Honors Couple Miss Carol Guinn ant Douglas Clark and members o their wedding party were enter lained Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vir Johnson in Wesley. The Guinn Clark wedding was an event o Sunday afternoon, May 26. Assisting in serving were Mr and Mrs. Byron Johnson o Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs , W. McKinney and Mis Uianne MeKinney of HuntsviUe Chocolate ludge cake, home made ice cream, f r u i t puncl and coffee were served fron a table draped in pink overlai with while lace and appoinle with silver, In the center was placed an arrangement of pink spring flowers, baby's breath and tall pink lapers. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Guinn of Goshen' and Col (Ret.) and Mrs.James H. Clark of Colorado Springs. Colo., parents of the honored couple, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips, brother-in-law and sister of-Miss G u i n n , whose wedding was an event of the previous evening. Engagement Announced Pi Phi Alums Shower Retiring Housemother M a r y Campbell Gregory Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi met for a cooperative luncheon last Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Ralph Goff Jr., with Mrs. Paul, Milam as assistant hostess. Mrs. Percy Renfrew, who is retiring as housemother of the active chapter, was a special guest and was surprised with a shower of gifts · from all alumnae members. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Bryant ot Fayetteville. a son, May 23. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Keller of Springdale. a daugh ter. May 23. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. McDonald of Springdale, a son. May 23. Expenses Poid LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The campaign office of Sen. J. W Fulbright paid for the dis tribution of 500.000 copies o! Ar kansas Sportsman, which car ried an article charging tha Gov. Dale Bumpers opposet hunting. Bumpers' aides sai Mrs. Jennison Chosen SILOAM SPRINGS -- Mrs. at Jennison, a teacher In the loam Springs schools, has leen chosen as an Outstanding l e m e i i t a r y Teacher of merica for 1974. The nomination wat mad* earlier in the year by her school prliv cipal. Guidelines for selection included an educator 1 * Ulenti in the classroom, contributions to research, administrative abilities, civic service and professional recognition. cJLadutike Evelyn MHs Fayetteville °P . .MOVED TO * EVHYNHH1S For Tkese G«od Values . . . Come S«e Us Introducing tomorrow's great convertible.·· Zl-^^^TM*?^^^;TM, May Bride The engagement of Miss Mary Ellen Sweetser and William Keith Shofner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Keith Shofner, Route 1, Fayetteville, Is announced today. Parents of the hride-elecl are Mrs. Patsy Sweetser of Elkins and Bob Sweetser of Fayltteville. Miss Sweetser is a graduate of Elkins High School and is presently employed in Elkins. The prospective bridegroom Is a graduate ot Fay- elleville High School and is presently attending the University of Arkansas. Wedding vows will be exchanged July 28 ai the Elkins Community Church. Miss Sheila Ann Phillips became the bride of Andrew Lee Leonard on May 4 at Victory Hills Na/arene Church in Kansas City, Kan. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Phillips and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 0. Leonard, also of Kansas City. The bride's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ross of Greenland, who attended the wedding. Miss Joene Ross of Greenland was candlelighter, and Miss Nancy Williams, was bridesmaid. Other guests at the wedding from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Bnddy Ross of Greenland. Consumer Tips Homemaker For Bv MARY H. GILBERT CANNING PROBLEM SOLVED The only three causes of spoilage of home canned foods are faulty seals, underpro- cessing. and improper handling. The most common of these is sealing failure. Causes of sealing failure are: Using jars with nicks, cracks, or sharp sealing edge and failure to wipe scaling edge clean -- particles of food left on the rim of the jar can permit air to seep back into the jar. Another cause is letting pressure in the canner fluctuate. This can cause lood particles to be forced between the jar and lid which will cause sealing failure. The same thing will happen if steam is released too quickly after processing. Always let pressure in the canner reach zero pressure naturally before removing cover. The lid of a two-niece metal cap should not be used more than once. Using warped rusty, worn bands or old com'niercial caps may prevent jars from sealing. A one-piece lop will not screw f i r m l j against a sealing lid. Overfilling jars and leaving the wrong amount of head space are othe causes of failure. Each of these failures can b avoided by following recom m e n d e d procedures a m methods. The water bat method is recommended fo processing fruits, tomatoes, an other acid foods. The steam pressure canner is rpcon' mended for low-acid foods Don't waste your time an money by permitting your foo to spoil. For information on hom c a n n i n g and freezing, call 442 9B2I. Success ini home cannin is assured if you will read an follow reliable rules. Enjoy th " f r u i t s " of your labor. REFRIGERATOR STORAGE You can save money b storing food properly. Fres! perishable foods should he use soon after purchase. If slorag is necessary, the proper tem perature and humidity shoul be maintained. Use fresh food as soon as possible before the undergo a loss of quality. S o r t vegetables be for storing. Use immediately ; vegetables that are bruised soft. Any that show evidenc of decay should be discarded. Foods vary in the degree temperature and the amount moisture needed to reta quality in storage. Green lea vegetables keep their crispne. GOLD Top Price. Paid For OW GoM and Jewelry. Underwood's (11 W. d nutrients best in cold, moist The vegetable crisper refrigerator should have is cold, moist air. The vegetable crisper in the frigeralor performs better if is at least two-thirds full. If isper is getables less will ey are put fore being full than this. keep better if in plastic bags placed in the Arts And Music Gatherings Are Again Scheduled The Big Spring Arts and Music Sunday gatherings at Big Spring Park in Neosho. Mo,, will be held every Sunday from June 1 until September. Organized by volunteers as a participation program for all ages, in their arts and music ntercst. there are exhibit areas 'or artists and craftsmen all day - and an open music program from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for varied types of music and talent to take part, with no entry fee or reservations needed. Band concerts and an Open Theater are planned afternoons and evenings and groups may reserve times and dates by contacting the Neosho Recreation Department, sponsors of the gatherings. Special events are planned for the third Sundays with June as "Bands Day," July. "Old Fash- Miss Davis Is Elected Officer Miss Debbie M. Davis or Fayetteville was elected second vice president of the Arkansas Association of Legal Secretaries during its sixth annual meeting held May 17-19 at Hot Springs. Miss Davis, who was also appointed to serve as chairman of the 1975 state convention, is an active member of the Washington County Legal Secretaries Association, having recently been installed as 1974-75 president, and haying also served organizational chairman, charter president, scholarship chairman and state convention delegate. She has representei Arkansas at the Nations Association of Legal Secretaries Board of Directors meetings held this year in Tulsa, Okla. and Atlantic City, N.J.. as we! as serving on the Arkansa Association's Board of Director as a representative of - th Washington County chapter and on the state association Finance Committee. She i employed as a legal secretarj with a local firm of attorneys. isper. Tf there is not enough ace in the vegetable crisper, astic bags may be used to ore vegetables that must be moist. Plastic containers ith tight fitting lids may also te used. Fresh fruits should be \ised romptly while they are sound id flavorful. They are fragile nd need special handling to eep them from being crushed nd bruised. Fruits should be sorted before ioned "Fun Sunday," and August, and Games Day." Visitors may join in a comm u n i t y quilting bee, embroidery mural of the park, lawn croquet and chess-checker games. Miss Davis ill trave th onng. as bruise. 1 ) will cause ound. f i r m fruit to decay. R i p e apples. apricots. poaches, pears, anrt citrus fruit eeds to be stored uncovered the refrigerator. Citrus fruits nci unripe f r u i t can be stored t coo! room temperature (60 egrees F.) . Berries, cherries, nd cranberries should be Sigma Conclave Tells Officers S i g m a Conclave, Kappa Kappa Iota, had a dinner meeting Thursday at Mary Maestri's in Tontitown. with now officers, Sueanna Brooks, president; Theodora Hallin, vice president. Susan Young, secretary; and Georgia McCandless, treasurer, in charge. It was announced that Mrs. Hallin had Conclave at t o r o d covered tlie efrigerator to prevent moisture oss.'They should not be washed r stemmed before storage, K n o w your refrigerator apacity and purchase only the mount of food can store uccessfully. Know how to store ·egctables and fruit and save n your food bill. You will also throughout Arkansas in coining year on behalf of thi state association. Attending the state conventioi with Miss Davis were Nanc; Cozort. Washington Count; director, and Mary Ranz Washington County secretary who was appointed to serve 01 the state public relation committee. Arkansas Association of Lega Secretaries is comprised of th members of the local lega s e c r e t a r i e s association throughout the state, and it i affiliated with the Nationa Association of Legal Secretarie (International), a protessiona association dedicated to servin legal secretaries, attorney, courts and the general public. represented the Fayetteville High School Awards Assembly to present a $100 scholarship to Miss Kerry George, a graduating senior. Guest attending the dinner were Mazie Chesser, Mildred Higgins, Linda Gibson and Mazelle Fetter. Members attending were Sueann Brooks, M a r i e Rouse. Georgia McCandless. Susan Young. Theodora irovide flavorful, crisp f r u i t s ind vegetables to your family. Hallin. Lila Hankins, Marjorie McConnell and Bess Romans. Daily Calendar of Events Today Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM .Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour S.nay radic headquarters to rftctroria ite» IT* 530 K. Collejje «3 | For Your Prescription N««dt | QUAKER DRUG »E. Ceaicr -- Mi-CMt CKy Partfag Lot la Rear The TIMES It On Top of The News Seven Days a Week iiiiiininiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiviiB Announcements Older Americans of Wash- ngton County will conduct ccognition program from 2 ,m. to 4 p.m.' Thursday at Agri ^ark. According to J. O. Kelly nd Rebecca Williams, co- hairmcn, all RSVP volunteers, epresentatives of volunteer :aliens, city and county of- cials and potential volunteers invited. RSVP volunteers asked to bring an older \merican who may be interest- d in volunteering for communi- y service. There will be a pro- im and refreshments. 920 Just flip down a panel to sew m-the-round on necklines, waistbands, sleeves, cuffs. SEWING MACHINE wikho unique 1 two-way sewing - * surface that goeSjf'SJTi Hot to tubular 'free otm sewing instantly! COME SEE! IT'S THE ULTIMATE MACHINE YOUVE WAITED FOR! A maslei wxk of Singer engineering, with advanced exclusive features like the one-step button holer, push-button front drop-in bobbin, sec-thru bobbin window, more! See it now! («olel2S7 SPECIAL-EVENT SPECIAL! 9 FASHION MATE* zig-zag sewing machine SINGER Coming cose o« cabinet exbb Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yefiow pages under SEWING MACHINES " COMTAilT. M Ki** «~~d »-~»ho« of TOE SWCt« COMPANY COT** O »·" 1*SALE 2 DAYS ONLY! MON.TUES. Team tip with afrtend and split The cost during Magic Mirror's fantastic KSALE! Magic Mirror figure salons Our regular 4-moorti program only $9.50 per month. The next 4-month For FREE Figure Analysis Call 521-5100 Westgate Shopping Center Hwy. 62 W. 71 By-Pass «:3O M 1:30 p.m. MotNfay rim Frid«r 9 to 4 pjn. o Sotuxioyt You eat be proud to fete for David Stewart for Goigressnar QtlAlWIEO by Education David Stewart was educated in the Danrife (VHI GowMy) PubNc Scbooh. He received Ws b* Jtyae ton tfw University of Arkansas after earning a B5BA depee fe 1963 ·t FayettewBe. QUAUHfD by I nligliiMlil David Stewart« *e son of Dr. and Mts. *MS t. Stewart of Danville. He has been married to te (Giiner Roberta SwMnr of RwMMHe since 1961 and toy have one SOB, Kevin. They ate mrmhim of * Methods! OMPA. Tuesday Weight Watchers, G«ff Building, 9:30 a.m. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Retired Teachers Association, First National Bank, Springdale, 2 p.m. Planning Commission, City Hall, 4 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's CathoBc Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 1 p.m. QUMJFKDbyl David Stewart MB appointed to tei ttw 5rti dMriet far almost *wc ynn. We be. · tort Smi* and DMvife. mi the COM of I This is the ym to be imfaC -- Dsnrii.i SteWart for C4wcrw

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