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July 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Party To Note 90th Birthday On Sunday afternoon. July 21, from 2:30 until 4:30 o'clock, Hie family of Mrs. Lutie Cunningham will honor her at a reception in Fellowship Hall at the Prairie Grove United Methodist Church to observe her 90lh birthday. Mrs. Cunningham will be SO years old on July 24. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the party during the appointed hours. , .. Mrs. Crook Introduced At Party [MillllllllllimUulilllllllllHlllllllllJlBlMlllllJillLl'li 1111 !] 111 !" 1111 ' 11 " 1 illllullillllUllllilllllllllllllllimilLlllllllliililliiilllllllllllillli MR. AND MRS. RIDLEY .. .following their marriage at Baptist-Ford Church on Friday, July 5 Miss Lawson Is Married In Church Miss Mary Beth Tjawson became the bride of Robert Dwayne Ridley on Friday, July 5, at 6 o'clock in the evening al. Baptist Ford Church in Greenland. The Rev. Lonny Burks, brother-in-law of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. . The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Lawson of Greenland, and the bridegroom is the son of Ray Ridley of West Fork and the late Mrs. Pauline Ridley. He is ,·· the grandson of Mr. and Mrs:. "Homer Wiles of Greenland. "True Love Carries From God" and "There Is Love" were presented by the- soloist. Mrs. Dorothy Ledbetle'r, aunt of the bride, accompanied by ' Mrs. Connie Gibson. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a princess style gown of while satin. Wide.chif- fon ruffles outlined, 7 the, scooj); neckline,and her matching chif| fon train was attached at the waistline by a satin ribbon. She wore a white picture hat with wide satin streamers and carried a cascade bouquet of blue and y e l l o w carnations' and stephanotis. Baskets of spring fioweivs were on either side of the altar with candelabra in tiie background. Mrs. Maureen Lee made the memory candle ant tapers which were lighted ai ;lhe end of the ceremony by the ·bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Connie Burks was he sister's matron-of-honor ane Mrs. Naney,Patrick, her cousin was bridesmand. They wor ;gowns of blue and white ging ;ham flocked wilh yellow sprin. -flowers. Their picture hats wer ;blue wilh yellow ribbons a n ·they carried a single long-stem med yellow rose with blue rib "bons. · Serving the bridegroom a Ibest man was Tommy Shackel ·ford and groomsman was Do IWinn- Ushers were Morris Law '.son, brother of the bride; Eichard Willes, the bride '[groom's cousin, '· The bride's mother chose fo ·her daughter's wedding a floor ·length blue-grey floral kn Cdress trimmed in dark bin ', braid. Her corsage was of whiu ishasla daisies. The bride ^groom's grandmother wore icream-colorecl knit ensemb! nd her corsage w a s also of hite daisies. Mrs. Caryl Alaniz, sister of le bridegroom, presided at the uest book. The reception which followed he ceremony was held in Fel- jwship Hall of the church. Sering punch and three-tiered ·edding cake Were Mrs. Sharon jidley, Mrs. Lynne" Anderson nd Mrs. Doris Hulchins. After s wedding trip, Mr. and Kouplers Klub Has July Dance Kouplers Klub held its July dance last Thursday evening at the Uark Bowl. Members a n d guests danced t o . music by Gatewood/ Host committee for the event were Tom and Jill Jacpway, Don and Carol Lynn Gibson. Tom and Kay Flanagan and Bob and Lee Pixley. A "kruise" theme was carried out by using posters from several countries as wall decorations. Fish net, flags, shells and knotted ropes decorated the dance floor and bandstand. Ejach table held tiny sailboats displaying flags from various ports. Members and guests signed their names to shell cutouts for the door prize drawing. President Ronnie Woodruff introduced Don' and Carol Lynn Gibson as new members, and guests were Louis and Joyce Thibodeaux, Rick and Susan Mayes, CharJie and Donita Hubbard, Frank and Pat Moller, Ron and Jo Bueschere Charlie and Barbara Goforth, Steve and Jo Ann Gardner, "Lu" and Patsy Harrison, Ted and Judy Peter. "Dink" and Kerry Johnson, Jam and Linda Shultz, Ronnie Heed, Dennis and Evelyn Shaw, George and Vicki Knight, Bob and Bev McKmley, Bob and Marci'Har- riel and Jim and Sissy Harlow. The Family of Dwight Crook met al the home of Mr. a n d Mrs. Fred Crook in Searcy last Sunday afternoon to meet his bride. Deborah, and to present her with wedding gifts, :A barbecue lunch was served and refreshmenls of punch, cookies and parly snacks. : ' f l Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tuckers Mr..-and Mrs. John Sowell and daughter, Nancy, Mrs: Cecil- Cliilders, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Holliman anci children of the host and hostess. C a n d y and Frederick, all of Searcy; Mr. and Mi's. Glenn Frederick and son, Jimmy, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Hughes, Augusta; Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mardis and children,. Marta, Rhonda and Mark III, Memphis, Tenn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crook, Harrisburg. The couple is at homin Fay etteville where the bridegroom in involved in a research project at the University of Arkansas Ihis summer and has received an assistjyitslu'p lo work on his master's degree in Electrical Engineering during the 1974-75 school year. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClelland of West Fork, s employed at a radio station in Fayetleville. TTT/° r WOMEN Hints From Heloise-- Thursday, July 18, 1974 Cover Step-Stool With Bath Towel Dear Heloise: ... baby After decorating my kitchen. my step-stool cliair was com- on Zest To Irs. Ridley ayetteville. are at home in Delicious Sausage Found In Germany Square Dance Club Of District To Meet On Mountain Northwest District Square Dance Club will meet Saturday, July 20, on Mount Nebo. Area callers will be available for square dancing beginning at noon, and the regular dance will begin at 8 p.m. V ; . Mount Nebo 'offers . camping facilities, swimming, hiking and horseback riding. All square dancers are invited to attend. By TOM HOGE AP Newsfeatnres Writer had my first contact with Bourbon at the age of 10. But it was in a fruit cake, not a shot glass. Since then I have learned that this American-born whisky can add zest to a wide variety of dishes from soup to dessert. Bourbon has an affinity for chocolate, for instance, that can turn a simple pudding into a Lucullan delight. A n d for some strange- reason, Bourbon and peaches in almost any form make a delicious combination. An ordinary onion soup gels special lift with a dollop o! Bourbon added. So do Italian minestrone and navy bean soup. Just be sure' to simmer them long enough so that the whisky loses its identily am blends smoothly into the soup. GREAT MAKRIAtiE ' ' One of the. great marriages n my opinion, is 'beef and Bourbon, and I don't'':: m e a n washing a sleak down with £ lighball.'·;.A;:couple of; : drams in n Add Dishes vonders for .cheaper cuts of meat, serving as a tenderizer s well as a flavor addition. It by TOM HOGE AP Newsfeatnres Wrilter lfeerma"nV. whose vast larder ncludes"such quaint items as hocolate pretzels and rasp- erry-laced beer, has some of world's most unusual and elicious sausages. At last count, there were ibout 400 German worst, rang- ng from tiny Weisswurste with a veal-based stuffing to a goo- eliver sausage redolent with ruffles. The pork butchers, who abound in Germany, dazzle the nurist with an endless succession of sausages he never knew existed. I'm told that one venerable establishment in Munich keeps 130 kinds in stock. Germans note with pride that the frankfurter, made internationally famous when Frankin D. Roosevelt served them to Britain's King George. Vl at Hyde Park nearly four decades ago. originally came from the meat packers of Frankfurt am Main. Wurst is divided into four basic types, a German informant tells me. Hohwurst is cooked and smoked x by butcher and can be eaten with- is bratwurst which composer Victor Herbert is said to have ordered when he dined at his favorite German restaurant in New York. It is sold raw and must be pan-fried before eating. This tasty little wurst is made mainly from pork, sometimes with veal and livened up with" a variety of spices eluding nutmeg, caraway, marjoram and mace. For those with more specialized tastes there are bluhvurst, Rhenish pork' sausage and the palatinate liver sausages I used to look for in the specialty shops of Frankfurt, Weisbaden and other German cities I VIST ited years ago. For those with more specialized tastes there are blutwust, Rhenish pork sausage and the palatinate liver sausages I used to look for in the specialty shops of Frankfurt, Weisbaden and other German cities I vis- Here is a recipe for Bratwurst Berlin-style that probably would have appealed to Victor Herbert. 6 Bratwurst sausages 1 tablespoon butter 2 cups thinly sliced onions 2 cups German beer 6 peppercorns I bay leaf - x Pour boiling water over Bratwurst, drain and dry. Brown sausages in butter, then remove and drain off all but ;wo tablespoons of fat. Saute onions in the fat for 10 minutes. Return sausages and add beer, Announcements The 1964 graduating class · of Lincoln High School will hold a 10-year reunion Saturday al Lake Wedington. Everyone is asked to bring picnic lunches to the informal gathering that begins at 10 a;m. and will continue until dark. tlio pan: can give a-'pedestrian pot roast! a .celestial, quality and pepper ··.'·steak «improve greatly with, the ..same.' addition But don't get !· carried" awa and drown v whatever ' you'r cooking in 'whisky.. Too ;muc can ruin any!,dish. .And, wit few exceptions!- the recipes ca' for simmering until - the alcoho . . . . ° - - · i ·. n.1 ha: vat ions yoff-' : ipight haVe;^ abou as wafted away in.'vapor.,-Tha hould take.,'care''of any-reser .ations yoff-' : ipight have;, abou adding strong -.'drink tp.'your^dpr ner. Bourbon, \by the' l v/ay, doe Isp transforms hamburger into orhethlng else. . · ' Recently we h a d' some left- ver ground beef in the refrigerator'; and I hashed it up with ome onions and celery and a illle beef broth and tomato wree. As an afterthought, I ossed in a jigger of Bourbon, et it simmer about 30 minutes and served. My .family ' devoured it. Out of curiosity, I ried the same thing with a dif- erent kind of .whisky a couple of weeks later and my offering jombed. Here's my recipe for lamburger hash and Bourbon. I Ib. freshly chopped round 2 tablespoons olive oil cup onions finely minced 'A cup finely chopped celery 2 ounces condensed beef bouillon ~Z ounces tomato puree . Dash Worcestershire ··,, Dash tabasco Pinch 'of'garlic powder Salt and pepper to taste · 2 ounces Bourbon plelely out of harmony with my new color scheme, but I could not afford to discard it as it was a good chair. S o - 1 -took..a' bath towel of the rhglil color arid made a slipcover for the back of the chair. Then I cut a round piece for the seat, put elastic in the hem and snapped it around the chair post in the back. I also made slipcovers of the same colored bath towels for the backs of my kitchen chairs so they would not mark the woodwork in the kitchen when they hit the wall. I have a small kitchen and the terry cloth easy to launder and does not lave "to be ironed. was ready for our car ,eaf, I found: that the plastie lad broken. It not only looked bad, but might irritate the Mrs. E. Mullin Dear Heloise: . Y o u know those infant- car seats that are a must Ihess. days? Well, when our second baby's skin. I made stretch terry cloth slip covers for the back (including he headrest), seat, and safety bar, using elastic to. hold each piece in place. · ."'.'·.··'.'·..'.jjV' Now the car seat loqks n\ce, t's comfortable for baby, not only because those rough plas- ;ic edges are gone, but no more hot, damp seat,to; bother'him in the good old summer time. Phyllis Stewart Dear Heloise: We go on quite a few picnics in spring and summer, and it was always a problem what to do with the leftovers. ' Now I keep a, roll of aluminum foil in my picnic basket at all times. It comes in so handy to wrap .that extra piece ol chicken or sandwich. Or to wrap up the soiled tableware. ; Chris Brown the chopped, meat in hot skillet greased with the olive oil, stirring to keep meat from sticking. Lower flame .and add minced onions and- celery. After simmering this' a ' couple of minutes add the bouillon; 'tomato puree, spices and . Bourbon, mixing well. P!ace';cover on.skillet and simmer about 30 hi'iriutes. Occasionally stir ;tp make .sure it does not slick. Good -with Serves 4. a robust Burgundy. The Washington County Medical Assistants will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Northwest Arkansas Allergy Clinic on Hwy. 45 East, Attorney Sid Davis w i l l be guest -speaker.: · IKfiiiffll Births Daily Gafendar of Events Tonight : American Legion and Auxiliary,:Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building; 7 p:m. Parents Without Partners, Mcllroy Bank,- 7 p.m. Economic Opportunity Agency Board of Directors, Gas Company Hospitality Room, .7:30 .p.m :. Ozark Headwaters Group, Sierra Club, City Library,,7:30 p.m. Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library, 7:30 p.m. Baldwin- Commandery No. .4, Knights Templar, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. . / Medical Assistants, Allergy Clinic, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Newman, of "Fayetteville, as son, July 15. ' Mr. and Mrs. William N. Meadows, of Fayetteville, a daughter, July 15. peppercorns an bay leaf. Cover pan and cook over low heat. Ser with a well-chilled ale or beer. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio .'-!.. Tour 2-way 'radfc . hea dquartera la electronics »Tnce IK* 520. N. College 445-222S | For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E, Center -- 442-4246 "· City Parking Lot In Rear Friday · ; Retired Officers Group, Holiday Inn, Springdale, 5:30 p.m. ·mmiBiniiiiriiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiim BLOCKBUSTER CLEARANCE Franco Celebrates Spanish Civil War in a hospital the butcher and may be eaten as is or heated by simmering. Kochuurst which Americans in general know as cold cuts, may be smoked and is always well that they authorized him to re- cooked before you buy it over the meat counter. Lastly, there Tdke your love, ' · Wrap it up, ' -·V;-' Gift iN to the one. "V,?'.' You care for, - WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? dMBg^il)!,.' 95% LOANS TO BUILD YOUR HOME 9 diamond tcjo set" USE OUfi CONVENIENT CRED4T TWW*;6i«gt« AccowMi ·*«»· ft*nt 1t» AeMpt: tankAnwriurt, Dinon Ctab, Mwt«r Ctnrge, Csrt. BtondM, and AmriomBn MAY WE SERVE YOU? first federal savings 2 Locations To Serve You JEWELERS On Tht Squara and Northw»*t Arkansas Plata IN FAYETTEVILLE SHOP AT GORDON'S: Nerihwnl Arkantat Plaza (4201 Highway 71 North) Little Rock and Pine Bluff. ·Shop Gordon's Coast to Coast. Otn«r Starts In PHONE 521-3424 or 521-3534

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