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August 13, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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All In The Family Christian Women's Club f o r women in (he area had a "Tots, Teens and Teachers" fashion show at a luncheon meeting Thursday at Spring- · dale Country Cluh. .Seventeen children thd 15 adults modeled back-to-school a n d fall fashions,, with teachers appearing in a group, a n d members of families in groups. Pictured above, seated left-right, are Amy McClinton, Kenneth McCllnton and Michelle McClinfon. Standing, left-right, are Mrs. David McClinton, the children's mother, and Mrs. Clark McClinton, their grandmother. (TIMESphoto by Kay Gray) Art Show Attracts Crowd The.Art Show and Sale wilh roceeds' going to the building .und ot the Cerebral Palsjr School was most enthusiastic ally received in Fayetteville according to Mrs. William C Morton and Mrs. E. J. Ball co-chairman ot the event whicl took place in the First Unite Presbyterian Church. , Artists from all over the area participated, and Dr. Thomas Turpin of the University of Arkansas Art Department gave three free lectures during the two-day event. His subjects were American Art History, )bjective Realism in Art, Main tream of American Twentieth Century Art. and How We lespond to Art which he illus- rated with slides. It is hoped to make this a yearly event with the proceeds going to the school. Tuesday, August 13, 1974 · '.';.3 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight ·';· 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, Goft Building, 7 p.m. . Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. ··' Chess Club, HOTC Building, 7 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Kennel Club, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, 7:30 p.m. ' ~. Ozarks Gem and Mineral Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Order o£ Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:3 Op.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. To Marry This Month Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Route 1, West Fork, announce tlie engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Denise Glenn, to Kenneth Garrett Parson, son of Mrs. Vola Parson of Springdale. The wedding is planned for Aug. 23 at the Assembly of God Church in West Fork and friends and relatives are invited (o attend. Hints From Heloise-Keep Posted On Bargains! Dear Heloisei I know someone who keeps a small stack of post" cards on his TV set or on a corner table in his living room so, when he hears' a special sale offer on the radio or TV or a suggestion to write his Congressman, consumer protection source, etc., he has the cards right there, and can grab one and write the address as it is being given. Mr. E.L.S. LETTER OF THOUGHT: Dear Heloise: In today's world, where supply is short and demand and cost are high, someone who has lived through two world wars and the Depression can really show us how to conserve! Lucky Granddaughter Dear Heloise: When I make bar cookies, I cut them with my pizza cutter, t cuts much easier than a knife and the cookies look much nicer Mrs. W.ILC. Dear Heloise: Small pictures put back to back and covered with clear . adhesive shelf paper m a k e a beautiful nonlearable picture book tor children. Leave V to fasten the pages. Mrs. C.R. Johnson Dear Heloise: I use a diaper liner madi of cloth-like material. I wouli use them and then throw them away. One day I accidentally pii a wet one into the diaper pail puUt into the washing machine and then into the dryer. I was amazed to feel how soft it had come out and that it had not fallen apart. Now I do this with all of the liners that have only been wet. It sure does help to use a pro- ne night after .the stores were losed and I had no cinnamon, o I sprinkled on brown sugar, box of cherry-flavored gelatin ind plenty of melted butter, knd then finished baking just ike I would cinnamon rolls. My husband was sure they'd e ruined, but he sure ate them Judy Trullinger Fresh Fruit Is Lovely Dessert up! morning we discussed the fact that none of us can save! Our husbands all make good salaries -- so they think -- and we agree with them. But even though we all try, we cannot figure out how to save. I have been married for 12 years and we have less than $300 in the bank. Local neighbors Dear Girls: Saving is a way ot life. It's an acquired habit, but, oh, what a beautiful habit to form! Before I spend a dollar -especially on something that is not food or a necessity I By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor One of the loveliest fresh fruit desserts you can make is to combine fresh red poached plums with fresh sliced peaches. Part ot the charm of this compote is its gorgeously colored crimson-pink syrup. There's a secret to the making of the syrup. You cook the plums until the skins begin to burst and the poaching syrup urns red; then you puree half unuiiiiininiiiinninmniinnniiiTuniniitiiiiimiiiin Personals SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters IB efectronlca »Inw 1829 520 N. Collect U3-2223 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 4424246 City Parking Lot In Rear Timothy Burkilt, recent graduate of Cordova, Calif., High School, and grandson o[ Mrs. Minnie Burkilt, Route 5, Happy Hollow Road, Fayetteville. is to be featured in the Eighth Annual Edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students, 197;t-7-l. Wednesday Sequoyali Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Fayetteville Garden Club, Mrs. Raymond Buchanan, 9:30 a.m Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Goldenrod Club, Mrs. Ann Lauderdale, 1:30 p.m. Highlands Chapter of the OzarR Society, City Library, 7:3S n. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Dear lieloise: We have one of those large- sized picnic jugs and we make t do double-duty during the hot weather. Tn the morning it's filled with ice c'jbes and water and placed in a spot on the kitchen counter. This not only keeps the little ones out of the refrigerator, but it also keeps the cold in and the electric bill down! Sorority Plans Social Events The next scheduled business meeting for Alpha Chi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority Springe! ale lonight Dewey will be helc the home of Mrs Bilderback, 1704 Ara paho St. All new .rushees are expected to attend this meeting in order to fulfill requirements Mrs. 'Mudgett It's amazing how much cold water the little ones seem to drink during these hot days -and how big they feel when they can draw their own drink tell myself, "Now this costs one dollar. How long did I have to work to make that dollar? And is this item worth it?" When you start to think of money as not being -just so much paper purchasing power, but in terms of your own hours of labor, then you will begin to save. People have different ways to save such as savings bonds, company credit unions, and bank savings accounts. They tell me and (I believe it) that they pay this savings bill first! If you consider your monthly savings (or weekly if you are paid that way) as a bill, and out of the jug spigot! to become a pledge. Saturday evening, the patio of the Joe Slay home was the scene of the sorority's monthly social. Tables and the patio are; were decorated with palm fronds, tropical fruit, balloon and Hawaiian travel poster where IS members and guest were served. The next socia affair is scheduled for Sept. 28. At a called meeting of th group last week, it was decide that the next project would b a rummage sale on Aug. 24 Persons wishing to donate I the rummage collection ina call Mrs. Slay, 756-3932. duct which g i v e s you money's worth. your Mrs. Violet Zavolta Dear Heloise: Dear Heloise: I was making cinnamon rolls At our coffee klatsch this Heloise pay it first, and :he rest of your Dear Heloise: It is much easier to open jars that are to be put in the refrigerator if you loosen the cap and reclose the jar before will find that soon you will have a nice little backlog. storing in the refrigerator. Virginia then budget money, you Announcements The potluck supper to American Legion and Auxiliai members scheduled for Thur day evening has been cancelled dozen of the plums and add .em to the syrup. Just before rving, the peaches, plums nd their syrup are combined. you like the refreshing tart avor ot fresh plums, we think ou'll enjoy serving this com- ote. FRESH PLUM AND PEACH COMPOTE 12 (about IVi pounds) fresh red plums 1 cup sugar cup water 6 large fresh peaches Wash plums and remove any terns. In a 10-inch skillet over low .eat stir together the sugar and vater until sugar dissolves; let ubble gently and briefly until nixture is syrupy. Add plums; ' immer uncovered until plum' kins begin to burst and syrup, urns red. With a slotted spoon emove the plums from the syiv ip. Pit 6 of the plums; puree in in electric blender; stir into he syrup in which the plums vere cooked; turn into a refrig- tor container, cover and chill. Cover and chill the whole poached plums in a separate |container. At serving time, peel and slice the peaches and-turn into' a serving bowl -- preferably lass; add the whole chilled plums, then the plum syrup. Serve as is or, if you like, with shipped cream (slightly sweetened and flavored with vanilla) or commercial sour cream. Makes 6 servings. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR , \ i I i I , , sWTff s CTNerth mn* st. 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