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Beef Questions Can Be Partially Answered Recent Bride Mrs. Dennis Wayne Spears vis Miss Brigctt Orlean Sanchez, daughter of Mr. a n d Mrs, Manuel Sanchez of Farmington, before her July 29 marriage at (he First Bap- lisf Church in ' Farnnington. The bridegroom's parents are ·Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spears, also of Farminglon. The bride wore a chiffon dress trimmed in pastel flowers and her bouquet was yellow daisies, rosebuds a n d stephanotls. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride Is employed at SWEPCO and the bridegroom attends school. T h e couple will make their home in Fayetteville. IDIV /^ Slimea or MEN Friday, August 9, 1974 Jo Help in Long-Range Budget Planning By MESCAL JOHNSTON GOOD BUYS POULTRY -- Fryers, eggs, hens, turkeys and PORK --Hams and picnics, usage, shoulder roasts. BEEF -- Ground beef, chuck icken arts. asts, round steak. OTHERS -- Milk, cheese, ver, bologna, franks, t u n a , ozen fish. VEGETABLES -- Potatoes, nions, cabbage, lettuce, corn, quash, celery, carrots; rice; canned vegetables. FRUITS --Bananas, plums, melons, oranges canned and frozen juices. The unusual pattern of beef prices during the past few months has raised several questions among food shoppers. With information available at this point, some can be answered ' with certainty, and some can be partially an swered. Other beef price ques tions can be answered only with ifs, which are not much help Hints From Heloise-Yearly Dog Tags Make L/nusua/ Child's Bracelet Dear Heloise: Many people these days have dogs, one, two, three or m o r e nd usually are required to get a yearly license, which means a dog tag besides. Well, save these tags from 'ear to year and in four to ive years your little girl can lave · an unusual bracelet. Just get a jeweler to hook he tags together and add a simple clasp. My father had saved dog tags Tom the early nineteen hundreds and they made a special piece of jewelry that I treasure more than pearls. And what a memento to have :o wear when your dear doggie lias gone to slumberland! Martha Lostrom Martha, I'll have to admit [ think it's great. It would even DB a darling idea for a charm aracelet, wouldn't it? swimming pool in your yari you know what, it does to t h i grass underneath it. My dad solved the problem this way: He took the swimming poo and put it in our empty san nox. (It is the kind with woode seats on the sides.) Our poo just happened to fit the san box perfectly and with the poo in the box, we had seats o the side. Angela Freeman, Age Dear Heloise: When you remove a garmen from a hanger in your clos -- move that empty hanger I the end of the closet. , Then when you wish to rehang the garment there is no mad scramble to find an empty hanger. Gloria Grassfield ith long-range budget plan- ng. ARE PRICES LOWER? The question asked most often v individuals and some news Why prices icdia personalities is aven't retail beef ropped?" Though prices never r'op enough to suit buyers, beef rices are lower than they were ast spring. Actually, beef pri es have had two high points i the past 12 months: August irough mid-September of 1972 nd February through March ol his year. Retail b e e f prices re lower now than they were the August-September price jeriod of last year and lower lan they were in March of iian they were in March of this ear. This situation is a rever al of both a recent trend and n established one. For any hing to cost less now than i did a year ago is unusual. Fo beef. Other families still prefer ban in the previous spring is lardly believable. BUY FOR FREEZER? Should I buy beef for my 'reezer · is a question seldom isked in summer, since October o April is normally the low- jrice period of the year. Whe- iher beef price will drop further his fall is anybody's guess, and ots of people are making a try at it. Those who have already decided to buy beef for their freezers within the next few weeks are faced with re-evaluation of their quantity bee! buying method. SIDE OR CUTS Buying cuts, when price snt available quality are accept able, is the method many fa mi lies prefer for buying freeze! beef. Other families still pr'ef: to buy beef by the side or quar ter, but families sometime think that they save more than they do. Buying beef by the side or price, quarter is an advantage to ~ iome families because its wide ange of cuts provides a challenge to the cook and ariety to the menu. A side of eef provides constant quality so long as it lasts, which is good when the quality is superior. Possibly, the major reason for buying a side or quarter of beef is "serving steaks that cost less than a dollar per pound." This really isn't true, but it's one way to serve steak part of the time without facing its true retail Legion Auxiliary Holds Meeting Mrs. Esste Padgett, presi- !ent, conducted the American Legion Auxiliary meeting t H e veek, which opened with prayer y Mrs. Jessie Patterson. Colors were advanced by Mrs. Nora Bee Lingelbach and Mrs. Bill Carroll and the pledge of allegiance and preamble vere repeated in unison. Mrs. Mabel Maddox announced that game night will be Aug. 20. :offee hour on Aug. 22, and birthday parties, all at the VA Hospital, w e r e to be held Wednesday, T h u r s d a y a n d Friday or this week. 'Mrs. Lingelbach reported on the state convention recently held where she was elected delegate to the national convention. It w a s announced that the first district meeting will be held Sept. 1 at Huntsville and the tourade will take place Oct. 24. 25 and 26. Buying, cuts .is an easy way ;o buy and store meats in the freezer. A few cuts bought on a weekly shopping trip can be safely wrapped and frozen in the home freezer. Some homemakers simply do not use all cuts from a side of beef, making cuts a better choice for them. Even more,important, a side could be a total loss for anyone who could not arrange to have the large quantity of m e a l qui9k-frozen before placing it into'a home freezer. When you buy a side or quarter of beef, you get the same proportion of cuts your retailer gets with variations from one carcass to another. The avenge yield for each 100 pounds o side or carcass is 27 pounds of bone and fat waste. 2' pounds of hamburger and stew meat, and 49 pounds of steak and roasts. From each 10f pounds of hindquarter, thi average yield is 31 pounds o bone and fat waste', 28. pound of broiling steaks. 27 pounds'o r u m p roast and r o u n d , steak and 14 pounds of lean trim. A average yield from each 1C pounds of forequarter is 2 pounds of waste, 35 pounds o hamburger and stew meat, i pounds of chuck, and 12 pound of rib roast. Present retail prices lor cu: n one group of Little Roc stores equal 93 cents per poun for a side of carcass. (Th figure is 4 cents below the sam one used in this column la March and 2 cents below th one of March, 1373.) Presei retail-cut prices equal $1.07 pi pound for hindquarter and cents for forequarter. The big difference in prese beef prices and those of la March results from sumin demand for steaks. Prese tail-cut prices for rs (which contain the broiling: eaks) are 9 cents above the- arch estimate. Present pric«' T pound of retail cuts from' forequarter (rib or chuck : i its) is 14 cents per pound: ilow the average for these; its in March. The summer' crease in steak prices, which;; ways happens, is one reason;'- eople think retail beef price» : ave not dropped. A T I O N FOR k R E P A R / FREEZING Beef cuts, purchased a ' t a time from the retail cou'n- r. may be labeled, sealed in plastic bag, and frozen in an rdinary home freezer. Quar4 ers or sides must be cut, pack- ged. labeled, and quick-frozen efore the large amount of neat is placed in the home reezer. The cost .of cutting? ackaging, and quick-freezing aries. This cost may be in- luded in the advertised price. f beef sides and quarters or nay be added after meat is' lurchaseci. '*" ; -·'·· Freezer locker plants 'and. grocers have standard cutting nethods. They will vary these methods at the request of quan- ity purchasers, making steaks he thickness and roasts the' izc and shape that each purchaser desires. Many freezer ocker plants convert ground beef into patties at no extra charge. If this is not done at he locker plant, it's worth the time it takes to do this yourself. 1 RENTALS iSAUES F«y«ttevlll« Dra f E. Side Square 44MMJ Dear Heloise: Here is a partial escape from that: Get an ordinary whistle and use it to call the children in from play. My kiddos can hear the whistle two blocks away and come scooting! The cats have even started coming at the sound oS the whistle. They know something is up! Rosalie T. Mayhe mother's dander? Heloise DIL Fall Evening Fashion Models display Gustave Tassell's "paillettes," a sequin design on an otherwise simple, silk jersey, long-sleeved, collarless long dress. Designs were shown Tuesday night in New York. (AP Wirepholo) Dear Heloise: Put a small inexpensive scented candle in an inconspicuous place in your car and your car will always smell nice. I put mine in a small container (just big enough to hold the candle) without a top. Naturally don't light it. . . Mrs. L.W. Dear Heloise: I remember reading in your column about · the gal who doesn't like a pastry brush for barbecuing and uses a piece of gauze. That is a great idea but I'd like to share mine with you. I select a couple of springs of long - stemmed parsley -- tie them together -- and have a marvelous parsley brush and "swab away" w i t h the added fragrance. Vi Consolo Dear Heloise: We have solved the brown grass spots problem in our back If you have ever had a child's Woman Killed HELENA, Ark. (AP) -- Helena Police said Mary Rutledge, 40, of West Helena was killed Thursday when her car collided lead-on with another vehicle. Sgt. Bobby McGill said the accident happened on U.S. 49 when the Rutledge car crossed the center line of the highway. ,i..u-f- - -"r-jBMPjnBnnnTniHium lIlllllllBllimffli!: TrTMr'^fflnTn^^ffi"f^''TM^m'Mff*ffiyfflffT"*?wyrTTM J *F"-' A *'*'-»- i " :a M*-** .lEasv t^v **,v*. * "rrTttvwm^mi'ijrat Mriammrnart-SM After Inventory Clearance Save 50% ~M Save 50% Better Dresses Pant Suits Long Dresses Orig. $40 fo $118 99 To 58.99 Better dresses, pant suits and long dresses reduced to clear. Assorted colors and sizes . . . come early for best choice. Better Dresses--DILLARD'S First Floor Births REGIONAL MEDICAL I CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Bohannon ot Springdale, a son, Aug. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halta- baugh of Elkins, a daughter. *Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoiv of West Fork, a daughter, Aug. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Woods of Harrison, a son, Aug. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Burton of Fayettevilie, a son, Aug. 3. ' · Mr. and Mrs. John Watson 'of Cave Springs,, a son, Aug. 'Mr..and Mrs. Michael Shortt 'of Fayelteville, a daughter Aug. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Ibrahin Alzamel of Fayetteville, a daughter Aug. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alexander of Fayetteville, a daughter, Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Burks of Elm Springs, a daughter, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Campbell of Springdale, a daughter, Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. David Kettner of Springdale, a daughter, Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. John Moon of Fayetteville, a son, Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hall HI of Fayetteville, a son, Aug. 6. Daily Calendar of Events Saturday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. . Alcoholics Anonymous, -Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, V p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legion Hut, Springdale, Dudes and Dolls Square Dance Club, Asbell School Cafe- forium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters !· rtffetronles ilnoa IWt 550 K. College 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- M2-424S 'City Parking Lot In Rear THE LIGHT TOUCH by Gardenhire's There are two kinds of people who don't say much: those who qre quiet, and those who talk a lot. Best time to relax is when you don't have the time. Flattery is the only arrow that never misses its mark. * * * * Back in the days of gunslingers, before deodorants, a shoulder holster was the only "underarm protection". Confidence is simply that quiet, . absolutely assured feeling you have just before you fall flat on your fojee. Ladies Famous Make 3 Sportswear Orig. $1 | fo $24 run i: To 11.99 Select from jackets, shirts* skirts and pants . . . all at great savings. Easy care fabrics . . . sizes 8 to 16 in the group. Better Sportswear DILLARD'S-- First Floor Men's Gold Toe Slipper Socks Orig. $5 ^_ to 7.50 f_P Save on cotton terry or cotton corduroy slipper socks in popular solid colors. Machine washable . Men's Dress Shirts Short Sleeve Orig. 8.50 M 97 and More t-j^ Famous make shirts with Permanent Press. Assorted fancy patterns. Save '/2 On Executive Shop Dress \ \ Q A ~ 7/10 Shirts. Orig. $9 to $15 Now '4»Tt«/ IU I «fK/ Short Sleeve Styles 25% Off Ladies' Spring Rainwear Save on long or short raincoats in polyester and other fabrics, Assorted styles and colors in sizes 8 to 18 Rainwear--DILLARD'S--First Floor Ladies' Shift Nightgowns Polyester and cotton shift gowns in pink or blue checks or colorful print Lace trim. Sizes S.M L DILLARD'S--First Floor Assorted Sleepwear Group .Cotton or,nylon, fricot sleepwear in a variety of styles. Choose from long or short gowns, robes and pajamas . . . all from famous makers. S M L Sleepwear--DILLARD'S--First Floor Ladies' Summer Dresses Summer daytime dresses in fashion colors and assorted styles. Sizes 8 to 18 in group. DILLARD'S--First Floor Daytime Dresses- Summer Vi Size Dresses Half size dresses in easy care fabrics and fashionable summer colors. Sizes 12'/2 to 2414 in the group. Orig. $38 Dresses 24.99 DILLARD'S--First Floor Girls' Coordinate Group 1/3 Off 7-14 Famous make coordinates in easy ' care fabrics. Sizes 7 to 14 in tho group. 4-6x 1/3 Off 3.50 to $6 Girls' Dress Clearance Orig. to 57, Assorted styles in girls' dresses in 7-14 easy care .fabrics. Not every size -g f\ f\f\ in every style. Sizes 7 to 14. I l l MM . Orig. To $15 4-Sx dresses 9.99 -l-V»*Jt7 Orig. $60 29.99 Orig. $6 2.99 Orig. $9 4.99 Orig. $14 8.99 Orig. $14 8.99 $11 iiniii^^ You can have confidence in the lasting beauty of gems you choose at Gardenhire's Jewelry. GARDENHIRE'S JEWEIRY b.E. Corner of Square Va OFF! Ladies* Summer Sportswear Orig. $25 Short or Long Sleeve Jackets 16.59 Orig. $15 Pull-on Pants, Skirts 9.99 Orig. $14 Pants or Tops . . ~ 9.29 Orig. $12 Skirts or Rib Tops 7.99 Orig. $8 Tank Tops or Shells 5.79 Not All Sizes In Every Color and Style Moderate Sportswear--DILLARD'S--First Floor Save 3.01! Panty Girdles A special group of pull on styles in panty girdles. Some, garterless. In Lycra® spandex. S,M,L,XL. Orig. SB 199 Save 2.01! Bikini Panties Orig. $1 Each 3" Assorted style bikinis in novelty crepe- set, prints and solid colors. Sizes 5, S, 7 in the group. Stock up at this low price. For Foundations, Lingerie--DILLARD'S--First Floor Open Monday Through Saturday 10 A.M. Until 9 P.M.

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