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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 1, 1974
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Engagement Announced Mr. and -Mrs. D. O. Daviil- son of Oak Ridge,' Tenn., announce ; the j engagement of their daughter, Nancy ;Gail, to Charles Bruce Parrish, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Parrish, Route 8, Fajettevllle. The liride-clectis S graduate of Oak Ridge High School, Freei-Hardman College, and received a B.A. degree in Elementary. Education from .Harding College in Searcy. Her fiance, a graduate o! Greenland High School, received a B.S. degree in Business Administration (ram Harding College. The wedding will be an event of Aug. 17 at 2 p.m., at New York Avenue Church of Christ in Oak Hidgc. Tile couple will make their home in Chattanooga, Tenn., where he is distributor far 3M Company. /* Eunrs w Thursday, Aug. T, 1974 / 0r OMEN Announcements : The Jerry Harriman family reunion will be held at Walker Park on Aug. 17. Beginning at 2 p.m., after games and visiting, a covered dish supper will : be served at 6 p.m. For more information, interested persons may call 643-3349 or 643-3364. tending are asked to bring covered dish. : :. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Deringer 'will be hosts for the 7:30 p.m. Saturday potluck supper for 'members of Wyman Com- jmunity Club at the Wyman ^Community building. Those at- The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Weefcl Consumer Tips For Homemaker-s (Editors Note: Consumer tips ir homemakers have been pre- ared by Mary H. Gllebrt, iounly Extension Agent, Home Iconomics Leader.) ' COUNTY FAIR The County Fair will'officially pen on Sept. 10. Exhibitors wulcl study the official rules nd regulations listed in the atalogs which are now aavil- ble at the Cooperative Exten- ion Service office in the old \rmory building. Scorecards for judging can: ed and baked foods, clothing, ousehold arts and educational oolhs are also available on equest. WEIGHT WATCHERS ed butler as it will sread more easily and thinner. Better still, use mustard or chili sauce instead. Try fillings It you are "watching your veight," you can still enjoy andwiches, provided you do some careful planning and use magination in making them. August is National Sandwich Month and here are some ideas or keeping your sandwiches vithin reasonable weight wat- hing bounds. Use thinly sliced breads or moistening . sandwich with any of the low hard,: crusty breads and rolls. he hard crusty ones are more chewy a»d take longer to eat. 'hey seem more satisfying. C r e a m e d cottage cheese makes a delicious high protein tinder' (or sandwich filings at a low calorie cost. For added riterest, mix in bits of chopped bee, fchopped parsley, chives or olives. Use room temperature wmpp- calorie salad dressings, instead of mayonnaise. You will discover some intriguing new taste combinations. Don't spare the seasonings when preparing any . diet food and it is true of sandwich fillings. When chosen wisely, seasoning will add few or no calories but will give a flavor lift to keep you from feeling a f aus- ed. Sliced cucumbers, radishes, tomato, onion, lettuce, chopped celery, grated carrots and other similar vegetables all can he used to plump up a sandwich to make it bulky and filling All of these add only a ver few calories. Make sandwiches open-faced Save half the. bread calorie, this way and let all the good ness show. It is a good idea to cul sand wiches in small pieces. This makes them more ineresting to look at and makes them seem like more to eat, too. For your mid-day snack, tr; celery cheese egg, or even Jaycees Hear Program On Alcohol Abuse The Farmington Jaycees presented a prograrn on "Alcohol Abuse" Monday. 'The program consisted of a talk on what alcohol abuse is and what can be done about it. Ronald Rheam, chairman of the project, gave the talk and presented a film "America on the Rocks", which showed some of the different drinking practice in America today. After the film Leon More, a committee member, gave a short quiz on what was learned! Rheam and More presented this program to the Fayetteville Kiwanis Club Wednesday at the Holiday Inn. Any organization desiring more information on having a program presented to their group may contact Ronald Rheam at 846-2916 or Leon Moore at 267-3477. stalks filling, stuffed with a hard cooke a cold chicke drumstick. Snacks high in pro ;ein are effective in raising th blood sugar level and;in givin a needed energy boost. The pro tein rich foods also satisfy fo a longer period of time. Another good snack is a sma' box of seedless raisins' or a fe\ dried apricot halves. These giv energy and pep and high in iro content as well. Skim milk or reconstitute dry milk crystals as a bevei'ag with sandwiches add a grea deal to the daily nutrient neec while adding a relatively sma number of calories. So, even if you are weigh watchin, enjoy the slimmin version of sandwiches durin August, Sandwich Month. Bridge News 1IIMIIIIIIIIP" 1 " FAYETTEVILLE Mrs. David Burleson.. and Irs. Richard Johanson were rst place winners in Sunday fternoon Duplicate Bridge Club ames at the Legion Hut. Win- Ing second place were Mrs. ohn Bradley and Mrs. Joe colt, and tying for third and ourth places were Mrs. Roy arbee and Wayne · Patterson ilh Roy Barbee and Dale ·earson in north-south play. East-west winners were Miss oan Edmistbn and Jeremy :ess, first; Mrs. Norman Mc- artncy and Mrs. Joe Rodman,' econd; and Mrs. Chester Mer- ifeld and Mrs. Alex Ginder, bird. In Monday night's games, .rst place winners were Doug Borland and Joe Scott, second lace went to Mrs. Donald -rimes and Mrs. Ginder; third o Mrs. John Bradley and Mrs. Icott; fourth to Miss Edminston ind Jeremy Hess; and fifth to Vfrs. McCartney and Mrs. Rodman. Woman Undergoes Major Surgery With Acupuncture MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) -- An 80-year-old woman under went major chest surgery ' in Minneapolis this week with acu puncture and no chemical anes Lhetic, doctors said. Her attend ing physician said she reporte she felt no pain. The woman, who was no identified, underwent a radica mastectomy- removal of breast and adjacent lymp nodes that were cancerous. "In our minds this is a com plete success," said Dr. Ju Ha Lee, one of the anesthesiolog ists during the operation Mon day at Mount Sinai Hospita "Acupuncture really works, it' not just hocus pocus." Lee and Dr. Josephine L placed eight needles in strate gic positions on the woman' right arm to anesthetize a ma jor area of her chest. Constan electrical stimulation throug the needles--a method used i China--was applied during th Deration. Grape Festiva Italian spaghetti made from ich. tomato sauce, homemade asla, and meatballs will high- gilt the 76lh annual Grape estival here August 15 through 7 . ' : . - : . ·'· ' Originally begun to celebrate tie annual grape harvest, the estival, once a kind of family icnic, has ! come to"attract se- eral ^thousand people yearly. Last year, 8,000 spaghetti diners Were served during the iree-day festival. Dinners in ^Joseph's Catholic school will ais year will consist of the tra- itional. spaghetti with meatball ishl salad and home-made oils. Tohlitown women have been ireparing for the festival since arly July when the pasta to e used in the dinners and to e packaged for sale was made. The meatballs ; \vere formed last week and the sauce will be pre- mred.^close to festival time. Dinner will be served each ight, Thursday through Saturday, from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Although! the peak of this ·ear's grape harvest may ;nqt come during the three-day festi- T al, different ... oi jrapes will be .available,. The ;rapes are offered for sale at a stand set up by festival committee members. ; Area grape growers compel ng in a grape judging contest will learn about 6:30 Thursday night which farm claimed firs prize and a cash gift certificate The crowning of Queen Con cordia 76th will take place Fri day night at 9 a.m. followini dinner. This year's queen wil be selectel from three contes t a n t s , : Karla Ardemagni daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mik Ardemagni; Brenda Piazza daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Piazza: and Janic Tessaro, daughter of Mr. an rs. James Tessaro all of Ton ,own. The queen will reign over 8 aturday night dance in the Ca olic Church basement. A loca ock band :-will play ., for the ance that begins at S P-"?- " nt ontinues until midnight. At 1; .m. Saturday, Queen oCn ordia will award a 1974 Ford orino to a ticket holder. Throughout the festival, midway show will be put on yi Razorback Amusements estival chairman for this yea s E.P. Deines. (XPERT WATCH REPAIH _ · / kv ^ _ SWIFTS Z7N«th Vacation School Scheduled Af St;i Paul's; Church Vacation Bible School at St. haul's Episcopal Church will b» held from 8:45 a.m.-until 11:30 a.m. beginning Monday, Aug. 5, and continue through Friday, Aug. 9. All children ages three years hrough the sixth grade (this coming fall) are invited, to at- end..The theme wilMJe "The Saints of God." The church is located at 224 N. East'Street, just off Dickson "Street. . ' . . . " ; ' Cash Stolen . SPRINGDALE -- Approxi mately $500 In cash and check vere stolen from the Patrici Richmond residence Monda. ight or. early Tuesday. Mrs.·..·Richmond., 106 W.,Alle ve., told' police she had pu ic money on the desk and gon pstairs to bed. Police believ ntry was gained through th njocked back door. Ifothin Ise was disturbed. . Childbirth Classes Be#n Next Week On Aug. 8, prepared child- ;the class is to educate and Prepare the expectant counple about what to expect during labor, delivery and afterwards. The.dasses.use the Lamaze method of c h d birth; Expectant couples should start the class, six to eight weeks before due dates. More information may· tw on- tained by calling Mrs. Kmts at 443-5572. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight '·"'·: "·; ·-. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut.^p- 1 ?- . Far West Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 7 ' ? Goshen Masonic Lodge No: 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. SMITHES Communication 2 -Way Radio 520 K. 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STRAWBERRY CHOCOLATE MIX PRESERVES COFFEE CREAMER 77* 2-Lb. Jar 1 Lb. 8-oz.MARZELL DRESSINGS : 36* Marzetti Slaw. Dressings 71 c 3-Pack CRACKER JACKS 24* DRY ROASTED PEANUTS MALTED MILK BALLS 1 Lb. BEEF STEAK and KIDNEY PIE 77* Oz. DAK SMOKED SALAMI 8 Oz. 14 Oz. GRAPE \ JELLY ! .; and Orange Marmalade \ CHEESE POPS SUBMARINE SANDWICHES i3 for 1.17 1 Lb. "LI-KEM" NUTS 2-Lb. Jar 1.37 2 for 1.00 12 Oz. WYLER'S DRINK MIXES 1.37 45 Oz. Hwy. 71B, North at Rolling Hills Drive in FayefleinHe, Ark.

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