Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 21, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 21, 1974
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Bride-Elect Honored At Shower Miss Deborah Brooks, bride- elect of James Goodman, was honored with a miscellaneous shower last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Bill Williams. Hostesses were Mrs. Lonnie Watkins and Mrs. Williams. Corsages of pink and .white sweet peas were presented to the honoree, to Mrs. Floyd Brooks, her mother, and to Mrs. Rogar Goodman, mother of the prospective bridegroom. The refreshment table was covered with a lace tablecloth over pink with milk glass and silver appointments. Assisting in serving cake and punch were Mrs. Joe Milioni, and Lisa and Gina Williams. Approximately 35 guests attended. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Milioni. sister of the bride- elect, of Albion! Mich., and Miss Sharon Roler of Columbus. Ohio. Miss Brooks' wedding will be Friday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Baptist Church in Springdale. (TTMESphoto By Ken Good) MISS BROOKS COMPLIMENTED .. .with miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Billy Williams. Pictured, left-right art -Mrs. Floyd Brooks, mother af the bride-elect, Miss Brooks, and Mrs. WHlioms with red roses and baby's Veath by Mrs. Julia Reed and er committee. Mrs. Geneva kelson sang a solo and Mrs. Lydia Kimbrough gave the de- rotional. Games were directed by Mrs Mae Wier and Mrs. Nelson and nzes were awarded winners. lach guest received a decorated coat hanger as a favor. Luncheon Honors Mrs. Harrison Mrs. Clarence Storla, right, honored Mrs. William Harrison, left, with a luncheon recently upon her return from a year's stay in E n g l a n d where her husband, a member of the University of Arkansas Creative Writing program, has been writing a screenplay from his short stories t h a t will be published this month. Pictured with them, center. Is Mrs. Winnna Chessman.of Arlington Heights, III., Mrs. Harrison's mother. Other guests were Mrs. Ruby Redding of Baton Rouge, La., Mrs. Mary Jo Bennett, Mrs. Sahra Hassell, Mrs. Phyllis Johnson, Mrs. Rebecca Williams, Mrs. Gen Whltebead and Mrs. Jo Marr. (TIMESphofo by R a y Gray) uniiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiaiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiH Births BlllllllllllNHIINlllllflMflllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMnilllllllll - WASHINGTON REGIONAL ' Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D. Stephens of Elkins a son, June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Flyd J. Calico of Fayetteville, June 10. a daughter, man of June 19. j\Ir. and Mrs. Ronnie J o n e s of Fayetlcville, a son, June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Argus A. Johnson of Springdale, a son, June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Gar- Fayetteville, a son, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Edmiston of Fayetteville, a son, June 18. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brannan of Rogers, a son, June 18. ';. Penny Saver When buying work dungarees ; for men, get the leg size about . f o u r inches longer .necessary. Cut off the extra than material and use it when patching job is required. Shower Honors Bride-To-Be Miss Mary Ellen Sweetser brideelcct of William Keit Shofner Jr., was honored wit! miscellaneous shower Satur day with Mrs. C .H. Filzgeral as hostess. Assisting the hostes were Mr. Bruce Neal and Mrs Bill Williams. Refreshments were scrve from a table covered with ; lace cloth over yellow, carryini out the honoree's chosen color Yellow flowers were also used. Miss f-isa Neal presided a the punch bowl and Miss Conni Fitzgerald served the cake Shofner recorde Miss Rem the gifts. Corsages of yellow daisie were given the honoree, h e mother. Mrs. Patsy Sweetse and Mrs. Keith Shoffner mother of the prospectiv bridegroom. The hostess gif was a pair of antique bras candle sticks. Pearls go with any wardrobe. Whether formal, casual, or in between, pearls are always perfect. And'strands of pearls can be worn with gold chains, beads, and colored stones to form multiple strands around the neck. See oar pearl showing this month. We have pearls in necklaces, in banks, and various combinations. Underwood't SUMMER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT Hon. through Fri.--9 a.m. to t p.m. Saturday--9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Announcements 18*1111 A reunion for relatives and riends of the Cassat family and onoring Mr. and Mrs. Lawence Cassat of Salem, Ore ill be held Sunday at Mt! Comfort Community Building, rhose attending are asked to ring a basket lunch. Washington County Retired eachers Association will meet t 2 p.m. Tuesday at the First Japtist Church in Prairie EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB MOUNT COMFORT Twelve guests and 14 mezn- 3ers attended the luncheon and arty for members of tte Bap- ist Ford Club held at the Community house. The tables were decorated Don't Tense Up Do you tense up before hav- ng blood-pressure measured? rake a few deep breaths. Just wo deep breaths, perhaps be- ause they serve both to relax muscles and create diversion ave produced marked and ra- nd reduction of blood pressure i apprehensive patients. Single Man Cooks Efficient Meals By TOM HOGE AP Newsfemtare* Writer There is a saying that a bachelor knows where his next meal is coming from: the corner delicatessen. Bat things have changed. Today's single man often cooks just as tasty a meal and does it just as efficiently as his female counterpart. With one exception that I recall from my single days. Men tend to overbuy and over-cook when planning a small meal. They apparently dread the idea of running short. With the development of frozen foods, cooking for one or two has become a lot simpler. The stuff is usually wrapped so that you can remove what you want and toss the rest back into the freezer .wittiout thawing. There are other aides. Most supermarkets sell chicken parts for one, or a pair, and small steaks or single chops are no problem. Every meat counter has them, neatly packaged. If you prefer fresh vegetables to frozen, artichokes, potatoes, tomatoes and cucumbers are a few of those which can be bought on any scale, small or large. BIGGEST PROBLEM Roasts are the biggest problem, and those little mini-roasts some stores feature tend to get tough and dry. But a larger 1 roast is okay if you plan ahead what to do with the leftovers. Curries, stews and casseroles i are great for repeats. It's not a bad idea to study the cuts of meat, if you are going to be a small-scale chef. A sirloin steak, if you have that kind of money, is too large for two persons of normal appetite But a slab of top sirloin comes in an individual package in most markets. A heel of veal is small and most stores carry j ham steaks for one or two EQUIPMENT Those renting a home often % teaspoon tarragon Vi cup condensed chicken broth !4 cup dry whit* win* 2 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoon flour 1 teaspoon salt % teaspoon pepper 1 sprigs parsley Half dozen white grapes Heat oil in » large skillet. Then brown pieces of chicken over high heat. When browned on all sides, reduce heat to low, add hot sauce, ipices and 2 ta blespoons of the wine to the skillet, cover and simmer 45 minutes. When chicken is nearly cooked, melt butter in top of a double boiler over simmering water. Add flour to melted butter and stir with wooden spoon till a paste is formed. Slowly stir in wine and follow with the chicken broth a little at a time to form the sauce. Pour the sauce over the chicken in the skillet and stir it into the chicken juices. Decorate chicken with parsley and grapes and serve hot. Serves 2. Good with a chilled Sancerre. MEN Mdby, JMW 21. 1*74 · $ Daily Calendar of Events Saturday -Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist ChOKfc, 7 pxn. M-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, T pjn. Dudes and DoUs Square Dance dub, AjbeU School CsMorio SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio i hncr no* |FofT«*rl SMUf. I QUAKER DRUG CMy Putt* I** hi have trouble with the size the equipment. But if you BL buying your own kftchenware most firms sell pots and pan in most any size you want. Here is a recipe that is idea for an intimate supper for two CHICKEN AND WHITE WINE SAUCE 2% Ib. fryer, cut into serving portions 3 tablespoons vegetable oil Dash hot sauce Dash cayenne pepper y* teaspoon chonoed savorv FREE CLASSES Beginner* Crochet.. Beginner Knitting... July 1, 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. ..July 2, 9:3O a.m.-11:30 a.m. ..July 3, 9:30 a.m.-ll:3O a.m. Crowd Embroidery July 5, 9:30 a.m.-I1:30 a.m. Charge is for materials only. Enrolment Is Limited-to, pleas* register at once. La Petite Yarn Shop Evelyn Hills Shopping Center 443.2151 BETTY CLAIRE'S llth ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY SALE CONTINUES THROUGHOUT JULY All Spring and Summer Merchandise REDUCED 50% SPECIAL PURCHASE DE LEON SEER SUCKER PANT SUITS (Navy or Brown) Size 16'/*-26'/ 2 Reg. $38 ...... Now $28.90 SPECIAL PURCHASE DRESSES Size 14J4-24'/* Reg. $38.00 ..... Now $24.90 FOREVER YOUNG SLACKS Size 30-40 Waist Reg. $11.00 .... Now $6.90 Please No Mail or Phone Orders All Sales final -No Refunds On Sale Merchandise m foMoMfcte Sim 12!4-26/ 2 , 16-22, M-52 Pipe Line I It's for you in this pastel floral print dress with a natural background, tie- bafk waist with butterfly short sleeves. Ruffled neck. Size 5-11. $18.98 Gupbell^Bl BUDGET FASHIONS Street Floor Open Men. Thurt. Nites tS 8:30 Hot Potatoe A great knock-around ..r comfort -- that is hard to beat. This halter top dress with a floral print design is the true way to stay neat and comfortable on these hot summmer days. .$16.98

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