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July 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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At Today s Prices, Canning And Preserving Can Save OH iiiiuiaiiMiiinraTMTM^^ Dear Folks: As I lookacl at the price of apricot preserves and marmalade last month, I wondered i[ they had gold-plated the trees, and put armed guards -- three shifts a day--around them! So I dug out my old Chinese recipe and started a little preserving myself again. And it was great fun: no trouble at all and quick and easy. Buy one 8-ounce package ot dried apricots, get out 'A cup of sugar and half of a fresh lemon. That's all it takes... Put 4 cups of water in a pot, throw in your 8-ounce package of dried apricots and add V4 cup of sugar. Slice half a lemon in extremely thin slices as if you were using a razor blade and then chop in tiny pieces. (TIMESphoto by Bay Gray AT FAMILY LUNCHEON Mrs. Gooding, Mrs. Stirewalt, Mrs. Gerard and.Mrs. McNair, left-right, at the Wednesday luncheon given by Mrs. Gerard jor Mrs. Gooding Mrs. Gerard Entertains For Niece Mrs. A. H. Gerard entertained Wednesday with a luncheon at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville complimenting her niece, Mrs. McNair Gooding of Daytona Beach, Fla., who is visiting her mother. Mrs. Wiley P. McNair, and other relatives. Summer flowers decorated luncheon tables and guests were Mrs. Gerard's nieces, Mrs. W. R. McNair, Mrs. Alex Stirewalt, Mrs. Warren Hannah, Mrs. David McNair, Mrs. John McNair, Mrs. John McNair .Jr., Miss Lucy McNair, Mrs. Alexis Little, and Mrs. Thomas McNair, her sister, Mrs. Wiley P. McNair, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack Hight. Mrs. Paul Stirewalt. another niece, was unable to be present. Mrs. Gooding received a gift of lingerie. Bauer-Robinson Vows Exchanged Add to pot and give a quick stir. Set the time for 30 minutes. Cook slowly over medium fire without lid. After about 20 minutes when the dried fruit is all swelled up, take your potato masher (yep, you heard right) and give them a quick mash, but not so good that you don't leave some pieces in there. The chunks are what make it taste like Grandma's homemade stuff. Stir slightly. When the 30-minute bell goes off, stir again and see if it's thick enough. If so turn off the heat; if not cook a wee bit longer. Then let sit until room temperature and put in jars. That's all there is to it. I keep mine in the rear of the refrigerator. This is not in any cookbook and I do. not keep copies of back columns, so be sure to clip this out. Happy eating and calories, hoheypots! Heloise Dear Heloise: I discovered that a youth-bee fitted sheet is great as a table cloth on the picnic table. It is the right length and the elastic on the ends holds it in place so the wind doesn't take it off. Celia Miss Hutson Guest Of Honor Continuing the round of pre- opening and displaying gifts Dear Heloise: After many frustrating day.. of redrying small article caught in the middle of a be sheet or towel in my dryer, discovered that if I shook ou all the lumps and twists in th clothing as I put it in the dryer and (now, this is the trick placed the smaller articles in the bottom of the dryer an placed the larger articles 01 top, my problem was solved. But I must be careful t shake out the sheets, foldhij them loosely at the fold an lay them on top of one of the articles. Sure works for me! Mrs. E. Fukii nuptial parties for' Miss Connie Hutson, bride-elect of Paul Dixon, was a kitchen shower in the home of Mrs. Seth Loxley, Thursday last week. · Mrs. Past Matrons Have Supper With Husbands Past Matrons Club of the Order of Eastern Star, had its July meeting at the Beaver Lake cabin of Howard and Billie Lee Griffith. A potluck supper was served to members with husbands invited. Dorothea Coleman, president, outlined plans for an ice cream social at the Temple in August and invites the whole chapter to participate. Jane Roberts read a paper on the background history of the Star point Adah. Announcements Boston Mountain Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Elmer Griffith, 945 Oak Manor. Club activities for the coming year will be planned and the subject of bird talk will be the whippoorwill. -- lliMiitirBf Miss Marsha Lee Robinson and Larry Joseph Bauer were united in marriage in a 2 o'clock ceremony on Saturday, June 29, at Morrow United Methodist Church in Morrow. Parents ot the couple are Mr. and Mrs. M. L- Robinson of Morrow and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bauer of Paris. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Uriah Smith, assisted by Father Royce Thomas. The altar was decorated with an arch from which two'large wedding , bells hung and held large bouquets of white 'gladioli and blue daisies. P r e - n u p t i a 1 music was presented by Miss Susan Goats, who accompanied Miss Gaye Lynn Rhinehart as she sang "We've Only Just Begun," before the service and "The Lord's Prayer," at the end as the couple knelt. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a gown of white satin. The low neckline am Empire bodice was overlaid with white imported lace with liny pearls placed according to the design in the lace. The Ions tapered sleeves came to a poin at the wrist, and the full skirl fell into a chapel-length train Her elbow-length veil was caught to a tiara of lilies o the valley. On her ri'ght ham she wore a ruby ring tha belonged to her late materna grandmother and a string o pearls as something borrowed She carried a bouquet of blu carnations and baby's breath. Mrs. Ann Meadows was he sister's matron of honor, an Miss Barbara Sisco was brides maid. They wore flopr-lengt blue gowns trimmed with whit lace and blue velvet ribbon They wore blue velvet bows i their hair encircled with blu net. Darlelte Schluterman, flowe girl, wore a dress identical t t h e Schluterman was Births carrying a heart-shaped lac 3illow that held two matchin wide wedding rings. Jim Connelley served th bridegroom as best man an John Colvelt was groomsman Jshers were Harold Meadow orother-in-law of the bride, an Frank Schluterman, brother-in law of the bridegroom. REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Frankie J. Griffith of Prairie Grove, a son, July 18. Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Johnson of Prairie Grove, a son, July 18. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mills of Fayetteville, a daughter, July 18. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil F. Phillips of Springdale a daughter, July 18. attendants- Dwayn ringbeare Miss Anita Club attended the uest book. Mrs. Robinson chose for her aughter's wedding errgth gown of aqua floor- taffeta lace, and Mrs. a lavender floor- Bolh wore cor- overed with Jauer wore ength dress. ages of white carnations. A reception followed at the h u r c h . Mrs. Herman _utkowski, aunt of the bride, erved the three-tiered wedding ake decorated in white arid jlue and topped with a minia- ure bride and groom beneath a wedding'arch. Miss Elaina Jutkowski and Miss Dyann Siso also served. After a short wedding trip, he couple will make their home » Fort Smith where they will attend Medical Technology chool at Sparks Hospital efore graduating from Arkansas Tech at Russellville May'1975. Young, 2740 evening of Leyton Brown was co-hostess. Arriving at 7:30 o'clock, guests were greeted by Miss Hutson, her mother, Mrs. Denver Hutson, and Mrs. John Dillard. the prospective bridegroom's mother- For the occasion, Miss Hutson wore a yellow and navy blue trousseau dress designed with a yellow floral printed bodice and a yellow and navy blue striped shirt. White collar and cuffs complemented the dress and her shoes were navy blue. At her shoulder was pinned a corsage of yellow daisies and white carnations, a gift of the hostesses, who also presented corsa'ges to the mothers of the bridal couple. 1 Assisting the honoree . in were Mrs.. Marcus Richardson and Miss Martha Winch. Afterwards, g u e s t s were invited into the dining room where the refreshment table was covered with an imported heirloom white lace cloth edged with lace over a yellow underlay. A pyramid arrangement TT/° r OMEN of yellow and carnations and white daisies, baby's breath Dear Heloise: Preparing to color my mother's hair, I had found that my plastic capes were badly .orn after so much use. So I .ook a plastic garbage bag and cut two annholes and a hole 'or the head and slipped this on over her like a dress. This protected her clothes from the color drippings. Ann Jones in a white milk glass container formed the centerpiece which was flanked by yellow .tapers in crystal hurricane lamps a n d surrounded by fresh green foliage. Mrs. Brown served yellow fruit punch from a crystal punch bowl and Mrs. Young served cake iced in white and decorated with yellow roses. Mrs. Ed Smith presided at the silver coffee 'service. All appointments were in crystal and silver. Fifteen guests attended. · Monday, July 22, 1974 miimiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiii'ii"""" iiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiin THE BRIDE'S WORLD SALE On A Large Selection Of Summer Bridal Gowns Also included . Mother of the Bride and Bridesmaid Dresses by ALFRED WERBER SYLVIA ANN 3 Brands Bridal Gowns: BridaHure .Bride Originals Fink Bros. Original Sale Tues. thru Sat., July 23-27 Closed Monday 101 E. Emma, Springdale -- 751-6772 Welcome Wagon Meets For Evening Affair Welcome Wagon Club had an ice cream party at the' home of Mrs. Dolores Cook last week. Fifty-eight persons attended, including members and their families. An array of homemade cakes and several different flavors of homemade ice cream was served. Tables and chairs were arranged on the lawn. New members present were Mr. and Mrs. Vann Gunn, Mr. and Mrs Donald Voth, Mr. and Mrs Whi/enant, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson. The next meeting is to be coffee at the home of Mrs. Virginia Hacker, 2291 Hummingbird Lane, on Aug. 20 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Any resident of the' Fayetteville -Springdale area is invited to attend any of these meetings of the club and it is not necessary to be a a newcomer. Members are urged to come and bring a friend and are also asked to bring recipes for the cookbook. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Public Meeting on Post Office, Central Fire Station, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio heaflriu artr-rs f» electronic* «lnw 19*9 520 N. College 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 44Z-424B City Parking Lot In Rear Tuesday Abilities Unlimited Campaign Report, Downtown Motor Lodge, 9.a.m. to 11 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Planning Commission, City Hall, 4 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m.' Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Chruch, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. DAV and Auxiliary, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7:30 . Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, B p.m. ; FASHION MATE*ZKrZAG sewing machine SAVE '20.95 Carrying case or cabinet extra A best-sejler with built-in blind-hem stitch, snap-on presscr feet, 3 needle positions, exclusive Smger* front drop-in bobbin. University Women Support Amendment RUSSELLVILLE, A r k . (AP) -- At the end of a twoday workshop Saturday, the Ar kansas division of the Ameri can Association of University Women endorsed adoption of the Equal Rights Amendment for women. I About 100 women attended the meeting at Arkansas Tech College in Russellville. They adopted a resolution supporting ERA and they agreed to work for adoption of the proposed amendment. The ERA proposal is expected to be considered for possible ratification when the Arkansas Legislature meets in January. 5 3 /4% 71/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meel your needs. Fayeftevillc Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue FACTORY OUTLET 916 Young Sf. (Behind Arcade Furn.) SPRINGDALE BOY'S DRESS CASUAL SLACKS GOOD ASSORTMENT MOST SIZES 6-20 ·PERMA, TERRIFIC CLOSEOUT VALUES! 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