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August 8, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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QJimra T-TT WOMEN Thursday, August 8, 1974 · 3 imoni Scheckter Enters LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Road racing driver Jody Schecklcr, .ho young Formula I challenger Irani South Africa, was named Wednesday as Ihc sixth entrant in the International Race ot Champions sc ics. The field will match six load course drivers and the 'same number of oval track racers' driving 12 identically-prepared Chevrolet Camaros in two road races and two oval events. Others in the series are slock car racers Richard Petty, David Pearson and Cale Yar- thorough and Indianapolis 300 winners Bobby Unscr and Johnny Rutherford. OVERWEIGHT Reduce waler build-up--»t« and fast with Wasser Tab* (water-tabs) available at Consumers Pharmacy pi WINS TRIP TO HAWAII .. Mrs. Stockburger and daughter, Kayla, who gives her approval io her mother's recipe Expense Paid Hawaiian Trip Won By Mrs. Stockburger Sorority ans For Season Members of Preceptor . Zeta of Beta Sigma Phi will begin their sixth season on Friday, Aug. 23, with a dinner in the home of Mrs. Wylie Lamb at Prairie Grove. Preceptor Zeta is the highest degree offered in Fayetleville by Beta Sigma Plii sorority and it is one of five chapters, one of which is an Exemplar chapter and the other are Ritual ot Jewels. Mrs. Frank Cumbie, president of Preceptor Zeta, said a full rogram of social events has teen planned for the 1974-75 season. Also, in addition to the chapter's regular service projects, Mrs. Crumbie said the members' would aid the program called "Sound Barrier' 'carried out by the Fayetteville public schools. To earn money to support the service projects, members plan to participate in the Fall Flea Market to be conducted by Downtown Fayelteville Unlimited, Inc., and "to hold a Christmas Bazaar in November. Besides supporting the traditional social functions of Beta Sigma Phi, the Preferential tea, he Valentine Ball, and the Founder's Day Banquet, mem- lers plan to have a family picnic at Prairie Creek in September, a Christmas, dinner in November, a Mexican dinner, a Zodiac pally in March and garden party in May. The Beginning Day dinner at the home of Mrs. Lamb also will honor the members' husbands. Brunch Honors Bride-Elect A drop-in brunch tor Miss Linda Joy Zlscf, bride-elect or Richard C. Harding, was given Saturday by Mrs. Doyle Shackelford and Mrs. Paul Blackard. Coffee and assorted f r u i t s and cakes were served from a table appointed in silver and crystal. Daisies and dried. field flowers of blue, arranged . in a silver bowl, completed the table decorations. Special guests were Maurice Ziser, mother of bride-elect, and Mrs. ' Harding, granmothcr prospective bridegroom. Angela Ziser, who will be maid , of honor at the wedding, recorded gifts for her sister. The wedding will be an event ot 1:30 p.m., Aug. 17, at Saint Thomas Aquinas Church Fayetleville. By JANI NOGGLE ; "Win an expense paid trip to '· Hawaii with a week's acccimo- dations at the Royal Hawaiian · Hotel in Honolulu for two and the possibility of winning.an -'·' additional $25,000 in a contest!" ; It sounds like a contest we've : all seen advertised in magazines and may have entered ourselves but never heard of a winner. Well, we finally heard of a '' winner -- Mrs. Charlene Stockburger of Old Wire Road, who will travel with her husband, .. Bill, to Hawaii at the end of ."' the month for a final cook-off of the National Pineapple Cookirrg Classic sponsored by the Pineapple Growers Association of Hawaii. Mrs. Slockburger,- who never even entered such a contesl before much less a winner ol one, saw the ad for the contesl in a magazine which called for a recipe using pineapples * decided to enter and was one of 40 persons across the nation " selected for the cook-off to be V held Aug. 31 - Sept. 6. :. · She entered the contest las April (a few days before t!:e deadline) and although she :-. didn't announce to her famils what she was doing, they foun'. out when she was typing .» her recipe and gave her a hare time with a Jittle jibbing and kidding. Mrs. Sloekburger said tha after she sent the recipe in she didn't even consider win ning and thought no more abou the contest until she was noli tied with a letter in July tha she had been seleced a finalist Her recipe was one of 40 selec ted by home economists from thousands entered. No mor joking from the family. The recipe for the contest ha to be original and of cours had to contain pineapples. Mrs Slockhurger had a good prigina recipe for her own special bai becue sauce which she prepare for ribs at the small drive-i restaurant owned by her an her husband. So after seem the contest ad, she added pine apple to the sauce, served over short ribs and liked it a did her husband and four chile ren whom she claims are prett good critics when it comes t food. "Pineapple really adds to -- it gives it a 'sweet and sour an£ and pineapple tidbits bar- erued are delicious," claimed ill's. Stockburgcr. While in Hawaii, Fayette- ille's local chef, will compete /ith the other winners (10 per- ons selected for each of four ategories, hers being · main ish). A prize of $10,000 will * awarded to the best of each ategory with one of the win- iers receiving an : additional 15,000 for the best of conies 1 .. "I'm really excited about the ontest because I t h i n k it will ic a lot of fun but I'm not ilanning on winning. I still ·an't believe this but I guess t's true," she modestly added. Here is Mrs. Stockburger's vinning recipe: BARBECUE TIDBITS AND SHORTRIBS 4 pounds short ribs 1 tbs. salt 2 cups Otts barbecue sauce 2 13',4 oz. cans of Dole pineapple tidbits Vi cup brown sugar 1 tsp. lemon pepper V4 cup Wrights Liquid Smoke Cut ribs into serving pieces. Brown meat on all sides in own at. Pour off excess. Add salt, garlic powder. Cover with valer and simmer covered until neat is barely tender (abou! . hours). Remove meat anc place in shallow baking pan combine remaining ingredients and pour over ribs. Cover with Bridge News "oil and bake l'/4 hours at 350 degrees. Uncover and bake an additional 30 minutes basting with sauce every 10 'minutes. If sauce gets too thick add ·some of the beef stock. Makes " 1 servings. Announcements Benton .County Historical Society will meet at 2:30 p.m.' Sunday, Aug. 11, at Lost Bridge Lodge near Garfield. Dr. Neil Compton will give the history of the area. The public is welcome at the meeting which fills one purpose of the Society, to learn and to preserve the history of the area for the prople of the present and the future. La Lcche League will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the home of Mrs. Hamby Taha, 406 Lake Road, Springdale. Personals Mr .and Mrs. Alvin Phillips and Mr., and Mrs. Homer Phillips of Fayetteville visited the Mrs. Phillips' grandmother, Mrs. Mary Mahan, who will be 102 years old in October, in Yale, Okla. last Sunday. FAYETTEVILLE Mrs. Joe Scott and Dale Pearson were first place winners in Sunday afternoon games. Tying for second anc .hird places were Dr. and Mrs Earl Reddick with Joe Scott and 3oug Dorland. Mrs. Norman McCartney and Mrs. Alex Giner von fourth place and Mrs. J. A. Laner and Mrs. Joe Rodman, fifth place. North-south winners in Monday night's games were Joe Scott and Doug Dorland, first lace; Mrs. McCartney and VIrs. Rodman, second place; and Leon Marks and Al Witte, third place. East-west winners were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barbee, first place;' Miss Nancy Marshall and John Bradley, second; and Mrs. Tom Pearson Jr. and Mrs. Joe Wilkinson, third place. ADULT CENTER Mildred Allen and Earl Thornton were first and second place winners at the Community Adult Center bridge party this week. Other winners were Penny Lyons, Hazel Nipper, Oscar White and Muriel Kragh. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the activities of the Adult Center and information may be obtained by calling 443-3512. Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary Elect Officers Fayetteville Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary regular monthly meeting was held Tuesday night at Central Fire Station. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Billie McArthur. president, Mrs. Betty Boudrey gave devotons and Mrs. Pat Boudrey gave the secretary's report. . Mrs. Etnma Farrar reported on the slate convention that was held in North Little Rock on Aug. 1,2, and 3. The local auxiliary sent five delegates to represent the City of Fayetteville. The following new auxiliaiy officers were elected and will be installed at the September meeting, Mrs. Mary Miller ^resident; Mrs. Pat Boudrey, 'irst vice president; Mrs. Emma Farrar, second vice president; Mrs. Jane McWhorler, secretary; Mrs. Betty Boudrey treasurer; Mrs. Carol Mullins, chaplain; and Mrs. Loretta Jordon, reporter. ^Refreshments were served to nine members present. SU.VERPLATECHVSTAt- RELISH 6ISH SAVINGS on SILVERPLATE by Raimond YOUR CHOICE 3 DAYS ONLY! f, StLVERPLATE DRUM JAM JAR SILVERPLATE CRYSTAL ,BUTTER DISH Gordon JEWELERS The TIMES li On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! IN FAYETTEV1UE SHOP AT GORDON'S: Northwest Arkansas Plaza (4201 Highway 71 North) · Other Stores in Little Rock and Pine Bluff · Shop Gordon's Coast to Coast. Open House To Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams, 1732 North Gregg Avenue, Fayetteville will be honored with an open house at their home on Sunday, Aug. 11, in observance of their 25th wcddin ganniver- sary. The couple was married at the Methodist Church in Lincoln in 1949 by the Rev. Lee Gate. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the party. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight "Watchers, "Goff BuMrig,'? p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio heatlTuartera to tHcfrailci ilnjx KM 530 N. College ' 443-3222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-424* City Parking Lot In Rear Friday " · . Weight Watchers, Goft Building, 1 p.m. Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. MEN'S SHOES Loafers Saddles Oxfords 7i Price $7.50 and up Name Brands From Regular Stock ^MMteh. k. r"**"** * |,^ Owbell- Men's Shoes -- Trumpeter Shop DANSKIN FOR GIRLS Luxurious, soft, and comfortable, Danskin's versatile fashions for girls are available in a wide array of colors and styles. Shown are just two from our collection: A. Pants with corded trim team up great with the long sleeved sweater with cording stripe. In sires 7-14, the pant, $12.75. The sweater, 8.50. B. A skirt of 100% nylon double knit, with a corded trim is a perfect match for the mock turtleneck top in a tri-color bold stripe. In sizes 7-14, the top, 8.50, and the skirt, 9.50. Boston Store SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA. USE YOUR BOSTON STORE CREDIT CARD OR OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN

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