Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 9, 1974 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, June 9, 1974
Page 10
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Mt Arfcormx TIMES, Son.. Jun» 9 1974 r*T«TT«VILL«. ARKANSAS MRS. TONY ARLIS WHITLOCK .. .VMS Miss Laurie Lee McKim before her marriage last night at the First Christian Church in Springdale Miss McKim Is Bride In Evening Miss Laurie Lee McKim and Tony Arlis Whitlock were united In marriage Saturday night, June 8, at 7:30 o'clock at the First Christian Church Springdale. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -Toe McKhn of Springdale and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Whitlock of Siloam Springs. The Rev. Charles Kincaid performed the double ring ceremony under an arched brass c a n d e l a b r a holding yellow tapers. Centered under the arch was a unity candle on a stand accented with g r e e n e r y . Placed at each side of the altar mere candle trees accented with bouquets of yellow and white daisies and baby's breath. The chancel rail was decorated with a garland of yellow and white daisies and greenery with yellow tapers lining the outer edge. After a program of organ music. Mrs. Hilton Lewis accompanied Mrs. Don Haden, sister of the bride, who sang "For All We Know." Mrs. Lewis used traditional wedding jjarches for the processional ynd recessional a n d accompanied Mrs. Haden as she sang ·"The Lord's Prayer" for the *beneliction. " The bride, given in marriage Iby her father, wore a gown of ^candlelight silk chiffon with ;princess lines flowing into a '3ong train. The bodice was ; Covered with lace anrt accented ; ."with pearls and crystal beads. - ;Cuffs on the long full sleeves · were trimmed to match the - ·hodice of the dress and lace .^appliques were placed across .She lower part of the skirt. She twore a m a n t i l l a of net edged . '.with I n c e accented w i t h lace ' lappliques and pearls. Her bou- . Jiuet was a crescent cascade · .of yellow and \vhite rosebuds, t siephanolis and baby's breath. ; The bride presented her mother * , a yellcnv rosebud as she ap- '.-preached the a l t a r and one to ''the bridegroom's mother after Ihe ceremony. I Jo Ann Ward of Odessa. Tex., . Jvas her sister's honor attend- Ipnt. Bridesmaids were C h e ri ;Edwards nf Fnrt Smith, sister -yf (he bridegroom. Pau] a Irwin J.'ft Sprinprialc and f.ana Flynn r;yf Charleston. All wore identical ;.jlrince?5 gowns of f l o w e r print ·7*aiiste in yellow with white pic- ;3urc hats trimmed with yellow daisies. Mrs. Ward carried a nosegay of yellow rosebuds with yellow and white daisies, baby's breath and statice as did the bridesmaids. All were tied with rainbow-hued streamers. Susanna Haden of Greenville. Miss., niece of the bride, was her flower girl. She wore a go\vn of summer green fashioned like the attendants and carried a basket of yellow and while daisies, haby's breath and statice. Joe Williams of Tulsa. Okla.. served as best man. Groomsmen were Eddie Claybrook. Alan Jones and Gary Lament all of Siloam Springs, and ushers were Don Haden of Greenville, Miss.. Butch Edwards of Fort Smith. Jack Ward of Odessa. Tex,, and Bob Washington of Siloam Springs. Steven and S t u a r t Haden of Greenville, nephews of t h e bride, served as cancllelightors. Kathy Smith of Springdale was it] charge of the guest book at..a table in the foyer of (he church. The bride's rholher chose a floor-length gown of bright pink with bodice and sleeves covered with candlelight lace. .The bridegroom's mother chose a floor-length jacket gown of summer green, and both wore corsages of white orchids. After the ceremony, a reception was held in the Fellowship Flail of the church with Mary Jane Comstock. Mary Alice Cpmsiock. Karen Gibbons. Linda Henry. Tara Johnson ;uid Kalhy Smith serving. Women of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the church also assisted with the reception. The bride chose for her going away costume a pant suit of blue and white plaid w i t h white accessories. The couple will lie at home until July in Oklahoma City where the bridegroom is presently employed by Honeywell Systematic.?. Bolh plan to resume their education at the University of Arkansas during "10 second summer term. Mr. and Mrs, Whitlock, parents of the bridegroom, entertained the wedding p a r t y with a rehearsal dinner at the Holiday Inn in Springdale on Friday evening. Special guests were Mrs. Emma Porter of Siloam Springs, grandmother of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Ira Comstock of Van Rnren, great- a u n t of the bride. : ; Workshop To Give Information ''·· In Appliances Scheduled Here A one-day workshop designed io give professional home economists information in effi- fic-ncy of electric appliances £e held Thursday, June 13. at CWEPCO's FJectric Living Center in Fayetteville according to Jjisa Lsmkins, Electric Living ionsultant. , The workshop, one of ten 5ieing conducted over the state J)y the Arkansas Electrification Council, will be attended by Jio-me economists in teaching end the Cooperative Extension .* Service in this area, ·'· To he discussed during the ; ivorkshop will be efficiency of ' portable appliances vs. m a j o r Appliances, the Energy Eifi- fciency R a t i n g of appliances and jnergy conservation related to refrigerators, ranges and laun- cry equipment. Active participation by those attending will -.come in question and answer ^Jessions. *'; Workshop instructors will ;";jnclude Clara Usrey of Harri- ';'jon, Arkansas Power and Light Company; Susan Herndon of Berryville, Carroll Electric ·'.Cooperative; Evelyn Severson, ';· little Rock. Housing Specialist, -'Extension; Janice Blanchard, ' little Rock, stale supervisor, ·'Jepartment of Education; Eli- '·jabelh Cureton Highfill. Benton; 'Jille. Carro) Electric Coopera- !iive; and Barbara Spicer, Fort .'Smith, Oklahoma Gas and Elec- · Jjc Company. · s rTb« instructor! attended a three d a y workshop in Little Hock recently at which speakers representing business and the Cooperative Extension Service discussed appliance efficiency and energy conservation. Home economists from General I Kloctric Company, Sears, Roe- I buck and Company, Maytag I Company and the National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association participated on the program with three Arkansas Cooperative Extension specialists. Similar area workshops are being held at other points over the state. Locations include Forrest City. Fort Smith. Harrison. Hot Springs. Jonesboro. ! Little Hock. Maenolia Pine Bluff and Searcy.' The sponsoring Arkansas Electrification Council is a nonprofit organization established in 1956 to encourage efficient and profitable use of electric power. Membership includes representatives of the state's electric cooperatives, commercial power companies, s t a t e Department of Education and Cooperative Extension Service. Church Scene Of Marriage Miss Helen Louise Parker, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joe C. Parker of Springdale, became the bride of Richard Dwight Collins of Tulsa. Okla.. son of Mr. and Sirs. Dwight Collins, also of Springdale, in a double ring ceremony at 7 p.m.. May 25, at the First United Methodist Church in Springdale. C a n d l e s , greenery a n d baskets of gladioli and daisy chrysanthemums decorated the church where the Rev. Clinton Atchely performed the rites. Mrs. Hilton Lewis, organist, a c c o m p a n i e d the bride's brother, Andy Parker, as he sang "Till" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride wore an antique white satin gown. Re-embroidered Alencon lace encrusted in crystal heads and seed pearls trimmed the sculptured bodice and wedding ring collar. Her full circular skirt fell into a sweep train and her chancl-len- th veil of French illusion [lowed from a Juliet cap of embroidecl Alencon lace and pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of slephanotis, orchids, gladioli florets and baby's breath. Miss Kathy Hunsakcr w a s maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Linda Slaughter. Miss Linda Collins and Miss Heather Hartman. They wore empire gowns in pastel shades of dotted voile designed with ruffled bodices and bell skirts ending in deep ruffles at the hemline. Their colonial bouquets were of chrysanthemums and baby's breath. Dwight Collins served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Jim I r w i n , Andy Parker and Dennis Thurman, and ushers were Clark Irwin, Mike McFerrin, Wayne Flora and Steve El ledge. Kim Kever, neice of the bridegroom was flower girl... Mr.s. Parker wore a long pink dress and Mrs. Collins wore a long mint green dress. Roth wore corsages of cymbidium orchids, A reception followed at Springdale Country Club. Music was provided by Morris Clarkson and William Russell. The couple left the club in a golf cart to reach their car, and after a flight to New Orleans from Fort Smith, where they .spent their honeymoon, (hey returned to make their home in Tulsa. The bridegroom is an assistant golf pro at Southern Hills Country Club. MRS. RICHARD D. COLLINS .. .was Miss Helen Ijomse Parker before her recent marriage Hints From Heloise-What To Do When Hamburger's On Sale At The Supermarket Dear Folks: Today we are going to (alk about budgets and time-savers for the average housewife. Time is the most valuable asset for the working gal and the housewife. Hamburger is the cheapest meat we can buy. So hamburger is what we can afford and what we cat...and I arn going to tell you an easy way to Jisi it and save time, too. I found that buying hamburger when it was on sale and then freezing it, as most of us do, is profitable time-wise. But you also use less energy if the hamburger is made up immediately into different things before being frozen for future use. It can be made up i n t o meat balls, meat loaves, hamburger patties and spaghett sauce. The time-saving idea should be uppermost in your minds. Divide fresh h a m b u r g e r whe: you buy it (I bought six pound? on special sale) and press some of it into patties with or without onions. Place pieces of waxec paper Ixitween each patty. Pu these inside a plastic bag and freeze them. All I had to do when I was ready to cook them was hit them on the side ol the drain board and they fell apart. Put the remaining hamburger in a mixing bowl. I grated one big onion into this lor each pornd of hamburger and mixed hem with the meat. Add one Kg (or each pound, salt, pepper nd any other seasonings t h a t ·ou might care for 1 . Make some of this into meat oaves (If you like bread rtimbs, etc. in your meat loaf. idd it now.) You should make me big meat loaf and a few mall one. Use these small ones vhen you arc pressed for time. They cook quickly. Use the big me when you have plenty of ime to thaw it. All I did when I was ready o cook these was thaw, pour a little catsup (chili sauce or anned tomatoes) and some vater over it and place in the 5ven! Here's another time-saver vhen you are baking meat oaves. Always place baking potatoes in the oven at tbe same ime and utilize Ibis heat. Open a can of biscuits, pop in the jven. and dinner is ready! And did you know that little ndividual meat loaves can be made in m u f f i n tins? They cook n less than half the time arge one will take. Even if you are not pressed for time, try method once, as It's a change. When freezing these elitte oaves, I placed cookie liners n each muffin tin, patted the meat loaf to shape, froze them and then...removed the liner and all from the muffin tin and packed in plastic bags. This left me with a m u f f i n pan for other hings and it was clean and eady for use. When ready to :ook. remove the paper, place oaves in the same pan and cook is usual. Whit is left of this meat hould be made into meat balls ir spaghetti sauce. These are always good. Rool into b a l l s , ilace on cookie sheets and reeze. Remove and place in- lastic bag. By putting meat, balls in plas 2 bags to freeze, you can remove as many as you need at one time! .THUS...saving dirty bowls, onion odors on lands and a messy kitchen. you know that you can separate, make and freeze all these recipes in less than hirty minutes? But, best of all, t eliminates that last-minute nipper?" Heloise Dear Heloise: This is for mothers who have o polish infants' and toddlers' vhite shoes every night. When washing the laces, wash he applicator pad, in soapy vater. The laces will absorb the white polish from the applicator, and the result is a much vhiter shoe lace than soap aad water alone will produce. Mrs. C.M. Larrabee Household Hint When you have a long, slender vase that has discolored in the hard-to-reach bottom, souk a few tea leaves in vinegar and Jut them in the rase. Then shake Ihe vase and wash and rinse it as usual. FIRST OF THE WEEK FABRIC Regency 100% Cototon SCREEN PRINTS Mochine Washable BARLEY CLOTH NOTION ASSORTMENT Wil-Hold PATTERN FILE DISNEY PRINTS Machine Washable Opening July 1st BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC "Everything for ttw ·xp«tant mother" 502 West Emma 751-1474 Springdale, Ark. f^ ---^Wl^X' «- w Summer "*" OyfiJUUtuinliygJ »H*i--! Many Styles Colors! WiLMART e;_. Reg. 1.49 DISCOUNT |,/ 2 ! 3 Hurry NOW For Savings! 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