Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 6, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 6, 1974
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To Observe Anniversary iBiBiiiMimimiiiMii^^ NflrtbtWBt Arkattaag £ ·) Thursday, Jum 6, 1974 Bridge Association To Hold Session -Luncheon - SILOAM SPRINGS -- Members coming from six area towns and Siloam Springs who are members of the Siloam Springs Bridge Association will hold (heir all-day bridge session and luncheon at (he Esquire Room of the Dawn Hill Country Club Wednesday, June 12. Hostesses for the day are Louise Cabe of Westville. Okla., Dorothy Conley of Summers and Gloria McEnron of Siloam Springs. ^ Officers Assume Duties Gamma XI Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi officers who will serve next year are, left- right, Jam-Ik- Haney, presi- dent; Ncila GHbreatli, treasurer; Regina Gahel, vice president; and Jenna Bertus, recording secretary. Freda Kel- ly, corresponding secretary was not present for the pic- lure. Crunchy Chicken Is Favorite Recipe In Chicken Contest Sauce For Fish For a delicious sauce for fish, mix together sour cream, curry powder and finely chopped aango chutney. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Wheeler of Oak Grove, left, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert James of Sprlngdale, right, \vill observe their t w e n t y - f i f t h wed- ding anniversary together nn Sunday, June 9, at t h e Wheeler residence, Route I, Oak Grove. The couples were married in a double wending on June 4, 1913. Kriends and relatives are inviled to call between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday. Men's Tastes Changed In The Matter Of Fashion By VIVIAN BROWN AP iVew.sfoalures Writer Men's tastes b;tve changed in tlie matter of fashion. It seems fhey've shorn themselves of their sheep-like ways in following the dictates of their peers. Now (hey (to as they please. That observation was made by Xavier Guerrand-Hermc's, who keeps t r a c k , of'such trends as director of the Mouse of Hermes in the United States. A 33- yearold baclielor. lie is a f i f t h generation member of Lhe Paris-based firm, an empire of fashion tliat includes clothing, jewelry, luggage and scents for men and women. It is up to him to evaluate regional trends and preferences so that their lines may remain fashionable for a nelwork of lasLes in their boutiques in stores, specially shops and department stores. H I P P I E MOVEMENT "The hippie movement whalever you want to call it has giveii something to every one, particularly a 'certain freedom of expression about how one'can dress. Men do not care what other people t h i n k . They follow their own tastes which have improved with the awareness of quality and the empha sis on artistry." lie observed. Tt is one reason his f i r m was Saddle Club To Sponsor Horse Show The Rounders Saddle Club \vill sponsor their fourth a n n u a Open Horse Shmv S 11 n d a y June 9, starling at 10 a.m. ai the Norlhuest Arkansas Ruling Club Arena at Washingloi County Fairgrounds. Points wit count under A N W A R C rules. This Open Horse Show w i l give all persons owning o maintaining a horse or horse; of any type or breed an oppor tunity to compete in one o morn of 3-t separate classes Trophies will he awarded fo: f i r s t through sixth place in oacl class. In addition lo these 3 classes, there will be Jackpo Pole Bending and Jackpot Bar rel Racing. Admission is frre and th public is invited to at tone There v ill IK a concessiot stand for your convenience. For further information. James Earl Harris, show chair man, phone 521-5033 or Bol Fitzhugh, phone 521-7788. Mother Tells Why Overdose Taken INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (AP -- The mother of deposed Mis World Marji Wallace says he daughter took an overdose o sleeping pills because "she may have felt il wasn't possible to go on.' 1 Mrs. Alice Wallace Wednesday told newsmen h e r ! daughter was responding to t r e a t m e n t hut was still in criti-1 cal condition from the overdose! Monday. j .Miss Wallace, 20. was a close i friend of racing driver Peter | Revson, who was killed; recently in an accident. She. was stripped of her beauty title i because of publicity surround-1 ing her relationship with English soccer star George Beit. noli va ted lo expand in nited Stales. In Ihc 1920s "men were dif- ercnl just lo be different" and ecause they could afford lo be, research has established, ut now they are different be- ause they don't need to be. It a "surer kind of difference." c insists, "Often men did not do things .ut were not considered imis- uLhic. There was an enormous ob- cssiun lo to as other men did -- In drink or smoke lo the me degree. Stock brokers ril- ally wore a flower each but 'hen the fashion became assc, it was unthinkable to /car one. Ten years ago I put . flower in my lapel and an inicriciin worn tin quickly said, you shouldn't do Hint. 1 " JV1ATUKITV MOTIVATES He has watched the 25 to 30 sh man in the United Slates [radually acquire the rnaUirilj hat motivates him to act in an mhvidual manner. Although he over-5U man wavers, he may not be as predictable. ~ome want to bo quite young -n the south of France an older nan will wear a white suit with brig hi-colored shirt, but : United States they are com- ng lo .such decisions more slowly. He, himself, is weighing fie idea of wearing a fur-linec cape next winter. "It can be cold in Nou York," lie emphasizes, com- nilting himself to the idea. l i t nmnlains an apartment in New York. Generally Ihc seaboard states are more fashion conscious be :mise their men travel more he remarked, but he was prised thai "in New Englam men's scents have bccom quite acceptable -- a rar thing." His firm was joggei too, by the success of a foamy herby bath jell which indicate "that more men are taking ho baihs occasionally 1 ' instead o (he constant shower. There is a trend, too, he comments, to us emollients on the skin. In fact men are accepting whalcve will improve their appearance It almost "brings a new aspcc of hygiene to the look of a man," PREFER MILD .SCENTS In their acceptance of fra grancc in after shave lotions men have indicated preferenc for mild scenls, woodsy o spicy, "because they do not lik to walk into elevators and hav everybody notice them. W h a t ever today's man tines may for his own satisfaction the, who gel close lo him." He as fount), too, they prefer ubUc scents for women, one eason their perfume -- a floral nc of the 'fifls - has had a re- urgencc of popularity -- "it is i tune with the Ms, woman." Sold only in Paris, a man Id-world lavender and lemon cent also intrigued many Irav- lers from the United Stales 'ho write for it. Originally lade for the laic Duke of Vindsor in the '30s, it is enjoy- ig a rcviva' Crunchy Chicken 15 Mrs. Mable Sander's Chicken Recipe vhich was a hit in the South- Arkansas Poultry Cookin 1 Contest held recently. CRUNCHY CHICKEN 4 whole chicken breasts 1 Cup sour cream 2 Tablespoons lemon juice I Tablespoon Worchesler- h i r e sauce Vz cup chopped onion I Teaspoon salt 1 Teaspoon garlic salt I Teaspoon celery salt I Teaspoon paprika 3 Cups cracker crumbs Vz cup butter or margarine Split the chtcken breasts 'may be boned and hacked) i rid place in a refrigerator jai jr in a bowl with a lid. Mix he remaining ingredients except Ihe crumbs and butter; tour over the chicken, covering all pieces well. Refrigerate ightly covered overnight Roll the chicken in the :rumbs, arrange in a large nitlcred baking p a n ; melt the Kilter or margarine and dribble iver the chicken. Cover and ake for 41 minutes at 350 de- ;rees. Remove the cover and Guernind-Hcrmcs, a hand- ome, personable Frenchman, id graduate work in Ihc fnilcd States after completing tuciies al the Sorbonne. His fa- ier is chairman of the board f t h e 137-year old f i r m that iad its beginnings in custom .addles. The f i r m ' s horsey back j round let] them into ascot s md some years ago they begat m a k i n g - t h e tiny scarve -- gav ·oches - - 'with two rings lha Became popular \vflh men of al igcs. They are "more practica and plcasEtnt than Ihc big bulk ascot." he remarked. At the moment he is planning large, America's woman's scarf Bicentennial. minutes longer, a serving tray Re- anc bake 15 move to garnish. Serves 8. NOTR; A whole fryer or about 3 pounds of turkey breast nay be used in place of chicken reasts. If a fryer is used, cu nto serving pieces. IE a turke ureast is used, bone and slice then hack with a ste:ik ham mer. Soda crackers or p a r l j Bridge News ADULT CENTER Oscar White and Penny Lynn were first and second plac winners at the weekly Com fo iminity Adult Cenler- bridg Tl party. Other winners were Flo night have illustrations of the I'ence Gregory, Murial Kragh 50 states with their emblems oti ~~ a background of gold. Perhaps with an Indian and Lafayette. Their silk screened scarfs are often done in 27 colors and :nnny are framed and are collector's items. Men, too, use [hem as linings lor blazers and vests, he observed. li!i!]]|[ii!]|[iiii!]iiiiiiii[iiiiii[i[[[[[i[i!«m^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Weigh! Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Far West Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masoni temple, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. Verral Ellison and E. W Thornton. Sixteen member participated in the game. Anyone 50 years of age o older is invited to atlend th activities of the Commimit Adult Center and further infor maion may be obtained b calling 443-3512. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio To-jr 2-wa.v radla headquarters I* rfedronlca ilnra 13*9 520 N, College ·!« For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- U2-424C City Parking Lot In R»r Friday Hoolenanny, Lincoln School Cafferia, 7 p.m. GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's tn w. Dikioa F*;e*teri JCPenney TRUCK TIRE SPECIAL Size Price Plus F.E.T. 670x15 12.88 2.36 700x15 17.88 2.77 650x16 16.88 2.52 750x16 20.88 3.60 Shop 7:30-9 Mon., Thuri., Fri. 7=30-5:30 Tu«., Wed., S«rt. r ackers, plain or flavored nay be used tor crumbs. GKAVY (OPTIONAL) 2 Tablespoons butter or nargarinc '/z cup chopped onion 2 Tablespoons flour \ Teaspoon celery salt *A teaspoon sail V-i. teaspoon black pepper 1/2 cups chicken broLh 1 Cup sour cream Paprika Saute the onion in the butler r margarine, add the flour alts, pepper, and brown light y. Stir in the chicken broth and ook until thickened. Reduc lie heat and stir in the soui "ream, heat without boiling un il ready to serve. Pour inti gravy boat and sprinkli laprika over the gravy. Announcements The annual Brooks family re union will be held, beginninj at 11 a.m., Sunday, June 9, al Agri Park. Those attending an iskcd to bring a basket lunch. SEWING CLASSES ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week Removal of Unwanted Hair Permanently -- Gently -- Safely on Face, Arms, Legs, Body by Electrolysis (the only medically approved way) Licensed by the State of Arkansas Phone 521-3540 LEIGH'S CLINIC Office Hours: Thurs. 9:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Frl. 9:30 a.m. -5:00 p.m. Sal. 9:30 a.m. -12:00 noon All ages: Babies, children and adults One silting per subject Additional subjects--Groups or Individuals in same family-- $1.00 per subject o proofs--Choose from finishe ortraits (poses--our selection) No proofs--Choose from finished professional You may select additional portraits offered at low prices Photographer on duty SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JUNE 4 thru JUNE 8 -- 1 0 AJrt. to 8 P.M. Hwy. 71 B North at Rolling Hills Dr. NO HANDLING CHARGE JCPenney Sporting Goods Carnival Special Rubber "practice" Softball. Official size 12" ball. Rubber cover and center. Special 1" Official size Wilson playground bat. Color coded by length. White taped grip. Special 399 Dave Cowens autograph basketball. Official size, weight, in orange. Special -|29 Official size and weight Little League approved baseball. Durable, long last* ing, washable cover. Special 1 bottle Aladdin dinner kit. Carries sandwiches, snacks, beverages in thermos-cool styfe. Specials 99 6'or 6U'Berktty ipincast rod. Built with stainless sleel guides, cork handle--in a wild assortment of colors. Shop 9-9 Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9-5:30 Toes., Wed., Sot.

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