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July 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Thornton,Sees, ;WA'SHVNGTON CAP) ^' Ra'y .Thornton, dieted ' Sunday D-Ark., pre- that several southern Dqfnocrals would support impeachment. of President Nixon when'-the matter comes before the House of Representatives, 'i 'Thornton made the comment on ,CBS' "Face the Nation" after.; voting with' the majority rBiiiiiiininiiiiiniiniiinimiiiraiBPiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!' Annoy nee ments MllllllllllilllllllllililillllpillinillllilllllllllUllllllllNllllIllim · Busin.bss'.'j' i ind' '. Professional Women's Club,will meet tonight ill .7:30 o'clock in the home of Dr. Dorothy Larcry. flfdthe HousSj Judiciary Com- Household Hint F o r healthier household plants, avoid waterlogged or bits, sour soil by placing charcoal small pebbles, or pieces oken. -.china or pottery in the. bottom 'of the plant con- tainei -* . ' . n Q m e r s a , e a lorney"' general, represents; Arkansas' 4th, District. · He had -'told the' committee Thursday night' that he believed Nixon had'.....committed high crimes and iriisdcnieanors and should be ipipeached by House. the Househofd Hint It a candle spatters your tablecloth! scrape away the excess wax. Place the cloth between two blotters and press with a \varm iron. Change blotters as they absorb the grease. Finally, sponge tin soiled area with cleaning 'fluid. Instructors And Students Twelve persons registered for the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Course at Washington Regional Medical Center last week sponsored by the Arkansas Heart Association. Pictured, left-right, are R. D. Mays, instructor, Mrs. Wilma Spies, R. N., and Cragcr Minor, students. The course teaches emergency measures in cardiopulmonary resuscita- tion with slides, live discussion and demonstratipivprac- tice on a manikin as described In a publication by the American Heart A s s o'c i a 11 o n. (TIMESphofo by Ray Gray) ·kfeGlONAL- HIEDI'CAL CENTER. Mr. a'n'd Mrs. Jerry D. Stout of Green Forest, a daughter, July 25. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond K Thurrrian . of Prairie Grove, a son,. July 25. Mi and Mrs James Biadley of Lincoln,-^daughter, July 25 Hints From Heloise Gravy Ahead "Putting:- Up Fashiion in Food O f T i me Dear Folks: Did you know that you can make brown gravy seasonings ahead of time by browning it in your oven? All you have to do is take By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor Now that "putting up" food is back in fashion, you might like to try your hand at making an old-fashioned preserve. Our grandmothers knew how good a combination citrus fruit and fresh peaches is and they used the fruits as partners in a delicious conserve along with raisins, walnuts and cherries. It's lovely to serve with : hot biscuits when chicken, or ham or boneless pork shoulder butt a big heavy skillet, turn your oven on at a low temperature and put in some flour. Every ^_ so often go back to the oven and stir the flour to get 1 all the lumps out. (Do this while you're roasting or baking.) This will remove all the moisture and soon you are going to see this flour start turning a beautiful golden brown. Let it brown until it is as dark as you desire and then remove from the oven and store in jars. Now, the next time you" make gravy, flour pork · chops or chicken, use this brown flour. It's marvenlous, for instance, with a pot roast, you don't even have to brown the flour, or when you make homemade gravy for good old mashed potatoes. This home-browned flour can be mixed with your water immediately and poured right in your roast pot or skillet when you're ready for the gravy. Heloise pears as the main dish at a company meal. It's also a pleasant sweet accompaniment for toast at an eggs-and-bacon brunch. Because t h e recipe makes 10 may want half-pint to plan jars, you on giving conserve as gifts holidays come some of the when the around. Be sure that you store the preserve in a cool, dark, dry place. Truman, Bradley Dies LOS' AfJGELES (AP) -- Tru man Bradley, 69, a well-knowr Chicago broadcast announce who also appeared in films am hosted a television series, die Sunday after a long illness. Among Bradley's movie creel its was "Northwest Passage. He hosted the'television scrie "Science Fiction Theater" fo several years. : One of the pleasant features of. making the Orange Peacl Conserve is that it doesn't nee( to be processed; ladling the ho mixture into sterilized jars anc sealing is a perfectly safe method because the conserve has adequate acid and- sugar content. ORANGE PEACH CONSERVE 3 oranges 1 lemon · 3 pounds peaches, peeled-and diced (5 cups) . 1V4 cups golden or dark raisins r 8 cups sugar 1 cup coarsely chopped walnuts ' % cup drained halved maraschino cherries : Wash and dry the oranges and lemon. Quarter each; remove seeds. Put through .food chopper using coarse blade. Into a large kettle turn the chopped citrus fruit, the Household Hint jKecp an ojd toothbrush in the k i t c h e n - with your Bother cleaning supplies The ' tiny brushy comes in handy when you want' to scrub around sink rims and faucets. Use the toothbrush to clean hard-to-reach places. Household Hint When ^you"are cleaning your home, remember to clean-anc water-your plants. A bloominp potted plant need niore Springdafe Man Win - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP). -Denny Flynn of Springdal f i n i s h e d second Sunday i the bull riding competition i the Cheyenne Frontier Daj lior'eo. Flynn accumulated 231 poin and earned $1,422. John Qui tana of Croswell, Ore., score 232 points and won the fir prize of $1,746. Log Planter Is Easily Made For Display At Home Artificial greenery may be sctl to fill a log planter that p ould make a display item for Imost any home. Thrifty 'omen who like to save money nd who have some extra time o d e v o t e to an interesting obby can make their own lanters. If you have begun to wonder bout the "how to'- process, our thought probably drifted 0 woods, broken tree limbs, or ven lumberyards. But you will 01 have to worry about finding r purchasing a suitable log for our planter you can make a iox planter with an oatmeal IOX. Begin by replacing the top on an-empty oatmeal box." Cut an opening in the box side about 3'A x 2 inches. This opening will be used to insert, he artificial plants when the [og is completed. Now trans- 'orm the box into a rough-' textiired log. Use brown crepe paper cut into strips or confetti- like pieces to make a thick clay .hat is spread on the box to give it a bark-covered appearance. One half cup water and one half cup flour when thoroughly mixed, until the consistency .of biscuit dough can be spread onto" the cylinder shaped box. A clay-covered box may take more than 24 hours to dry. It should be sanded and sealed with shellac when completely dry and hard. When man-made greenery has been added, the planter is ready for display. iiun ' X» Arltattaaa SJinica or MEN Monday, July 29, 1974 Bridge News SILOAM SPRINGS SILOAM SPRINGS -- Mrs. Roma Bynum was hostess for the meeting l a s t week of the Monthly Bridge Club at her home, with seven members and a guest. Mrs. Louise Green, played in the attending. Cards were morning, luncheon was served at 1 o'clock, and carts were played again in the afternoon, Mrs. Ferrel Gean received high score prize and Mrs. Green the prize for low score. The August meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Leono Fisher. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 19S4 Fayetteville High School Class Reunion Planning Session, SWEPCO, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Hegionla Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Ipeaches and raisins; add the water than^a. nonrblqqmirjg one Househofd .Hint ; . Stick:- loose - thumbtacks into one--large-cork and place the cork in.... your odds-andTends drawer. You wjll "be able to find a thumbtack quickly without sticking your fingers. sugar, Over, moderate heat, stirring' occasionally until sugar dissolves', bring to a. boil; reduce ..heat, and s i m m e r until mixture sheets from a spoon or registers. 221 'degrees, on a candy thermometer' -- a ' b o u t 1 hour. Stir in walnuts and cherries. Ladle into hot sterilized jars and : seal. , : Makes '10 half-pints. HAVE YOU NOTICED: A special newscast always breaks in just as the mystery is about to he solved... Ghost Jon Dear Heloise: During the summer I go swimming a lot. W h e n I get out of the pool my hair smells of chlorine, so I take a small bottle and fill it half with shampoo and half with creme rinse. Now I go in the shower room and wash my hair before I go home. Jeanie McCrea Age 13 Dear Heloise: I never intend to make a fruit pie that isn't good and juicy. Raspberry pies, though, seem the exception because, in spite of putting water on the berries, the pie filling turns out to be too dry. I thought there surely m u s t be some remedy for this. All of a sudden it occurred to me! Why not heat raspberry jelly, mix with sufficient water and some butter and stir until the jelly has melted. I poured this mixture on the individual pieces of pie, just before serving, and the pie was twice as delicious! Mrs. F.S.M. Dear Heloise: I have found It is no longer necessary to replace shower curtains because the holes at the top break through. I buy grosgrain ribbon a n d sew it onto the back. Stitching along the tipper and lower edges of the holes gives extra support. Now make small slits in the ribbon and rehang. D. Hopkins Dear Heloise: I almost threw a new pressure cooker out. But I found what I was doing wrong. Stews cooked in my old brand took 20 minutes. Being used to the old cooker, I burned everything I cooked In the n e w cooker. 1 found out what was wrong when I decided to write a letter to the manufacturer a n d complain..! got the book to read it and found I had been cooking with the wrong timing. Carol M. Carr ·XPIftT WATCH REPAIR . . * . I . ' . / ^ .jf W ' SWIFTS BEFORE. Our Business has taught- us one fact of life. Shapeless people tend to lead shapeless lives. Roman Spa members lose weight where and if they need to. They gain weight where and if they need it. All the while having the time of their lives and "feeling better every day. Try It Out Today At Almost No Cost OFFER EXPIRES JULY 31st 10 VISITS FOR 10.1 Coll Now 521-1363 3332 North College NEXT DOOR TO WYATT'S CAFETERIA HOLLYWOOD SUMMER SALE BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, Inc. . . "EVERYTHING FOR THE : EXPECTANT MOTHER" SALE VA OFF SALE SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters IB eiect rcnlcs sine* 1 920 520 N. 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