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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Tuesday, August 20, 1974
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Tues., Aug. 20, 1974 Culinary Delights Of Southern Italy King Family Has Reunion The family .of Mr. and Mrs. Arch King met Sunday at Walker Park to observe Mrs. Kings SVth. birthday. Mr. King is 91 years of age. Luncheon was served to Mr. and Mrs. King, Mr. and Mrs. B. McNeill of Purdy, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon King, Mr. and Mrs. Guy King, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hood and children, Craig and Melanie of the Strain community, Mr. and Mrs. Gene King [and son, Brett, o! Elkins, Mr. By TOM 1IOGE AP Ncwsfcaturcs Writer I spout two months in lUily some years argo, but I can't boast even a nodding acquaintance with the roast suckling pig stuffed with herbs that is said to entice the people of Rome. Nor can I catalogue the delights of the broiled deviled chicken made famous by tiie cooks of Florence. But I did spend some time in Naples and sampled a cross section of the culinary delights of southern Italy. Naples is the cradle of the Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hartley of Siloam Springs announce (he engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Jean, to Michael Alan McLean, son o[ Elder and Mrs. Orlin Mc- tean of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, formerly of Gentry. The bride- elect Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Scars and Mrs. Ralph Gilbert of Siloam Springs, and the future bride- groom^ is the grandson of Mrs. A. T. Wines of F o r t Smith. Miss Hartley is a senior at Siloam Springs High School and is employed at Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital. Her fiance is attending Westark Junior College and is employed at Sparks Regional Medical Center in Fort Smith..A Nov. 30 wedding is planned at the First Baptist Church in Siloam Springs. Uarkettes Well Received Abroad .The Uarkettes, a select group of 25 vocalists from the-University of Arkansas, have returned from a three-week concert tour of Europe. The group was received very enthusiastically and was followed by excellent reviews wherever they performed. The first concert was held at what once was the gate of the northern border of the Roman Empire, called Porla Nigra, in Trier, Germany. Approximately 1,500 people attended tlie outdoor concert on the front plaza of the Porta Nigra. The group saw the Basillica, Roman bath ruins, the Electoral Palace with its beautiful gardens and toured the University in Trier. In Koln, Germany, they sang a successful performance at a privately owned zoo to many native Germans as well as few Americans from the nearby airbase at Prum. The background area framing the Uarkettes was a quaint Swiss style house which was used as a dab o a sidewalk cafe for tourists, washing. Students were also fortunate to tour the Tierpark and surrounding grounds owned by a prominent Cologne businessman. ' The next stop was in Bremen where the group performed in the Upper Hall of the Rathaus (town hall). The concert was attended by city officials and by students on the Fulbright study program. Before lunch, the mayor of Bremen held a reception for the Uarkettes in the Rathskellar. Following the reception, a tour was made of the wine cellars in the Rath- skellar where the fine wines of Bremen are stored until sold and exported to the entire world. The wine cellar tour was unusual as few people are allowed in the c e l l a r s . They received a pictorial history book of the old city. In Rothenberg, Germany, they performed again at the Rathaus. This is the oldest Gothic style hall in which concerts are still held in Germany. The city of Rothenberg expressed their appreciation with a gift of a medallion commemorating their 700lh anniversary w h i c h is still taking place. In Freiburg, the group sang to 1,000 in the downtown state park in a shell-pavillion. Gifts of a book about Frieburg and tiny doils dressed in Bavarian costumes were given to the Uarkettes as souveniers from the city. Two concerts were presented in Switzerland, the first being in Andermatt, where the group performed to a capacity crowd as part of the city's summer entertainment program. The next morning they went to Scdrun, Switzerland,, where another capacity crowd saw the vocalists in concert in the school auditorium. They had the honor of being the first American group to ever perform there. The town band formed a parade through town followed by Uarkeltes and citizens walking with arms locked, European style, all the way to the tent where the Summerfest was held. The final concert was at tin Hotel Zum Post in Swaitzach Austria to another capacit; crowd that demanded eight en cores.'The morning before th concert, they went to St. Vrie as special guests of the city' music-fest where they per 'ormed on the village square They were then honored guest with ringside seats to see nativ dances, yodelling and tree cutting events. Upon their return to Ne 1 York, they were special guest at the Schubert Theatre "Over Here" starring th Andrews Sisters who they me Tiiey also met Perry Como a the airport. : Remove Grease Stain Grease, oil or tar road stain on clothing can be removed b giving them a brisk rub wit a dab of paste wax befor nd Mrs. Jimmy ins, Dannie and Brink and David, of arris, Dayne (Jack) King and in, Douglas, ' of Ypsilanti, ich., and his daughter, Mrs. averne Millikan and sons, radley and Gregory, of Caven-Hock. 111., Mr. and Mrs. erry Craun and son, Chris, /Irs. Jim B a 11 i e t of Fayette. ille. pizza, I'm told, but today Nea politan kitchens roll out these ubiquitous discs mainly for homesick American tourists. NOTED FOR PASTA The southern port city is also noted for its pasta and a num her of other specialties, in eluding the marinara; or mari ner's sauce, that is used on sc many Italian dishes the breadtl and length of the Italian boot It is also used as a base fo many other sauces. The union of spaghetti and clams so popu lar in Rome is made by cook ing clams in a thick marinara sauce. I didn't have to visit tin Eternal City to find that out. Unlike the American versio; which is usually made wit! anncd tomatoes and drowned i tomato paste. Neapolitan jiarinara is 'made from fresh omatoes, onions, green pepper nd sometimes chopped an jliovies. I like to add dry red vine to deepen the flavor and iut in a dash of cayenne icpper for a little bite. Naples goes in heavily for lews of mixed tish seasoned vith onion, garlic, parsley, to maloes, bay leaves and dr white wine. The gimmick is to pour it over slices of fried iread arranged in a soup plate The Neapolitans like to con sume crusty Italian bread will sharp cheese and wash it down with red wine, boating in x the When we wen Bay of Naple we used to take along a loaf, a block of provolone and a bottli of robust red. FAVORITE DISH My favorite Neapolitan disl was braised pork chop will marinara dressed up with win 1 and brandy. 4 tablespoons olive oil 6 center-cut loin pork chops UA inches thick I teaspoon minced garlic ! /z teaspoon dried oregano, ground Yt teaspoon ground thyme Vt teaspoon cayenne pepper bay leaf teaspoon salt teaspoon black pepper : ·ground ' '· ; .: : ,' V4 cup dry red wine 1 ounce cognac 1 cup tomato puree 1 tablespoon tomato paste k pound sweet green peppers cut in strips 2 flat anchovy filets, drained and rinsed In cold water and minced In a large, heavy skillet hea 2 tablespoons olive oil, brown chops 3 minutes on each side and set aside on plate. Pour off | most of fat and throw in garlic, orcgano, thyme, cayenne, bay leaf, .salt and pepper and stir over medium heat for 30 seconds. Add wine and brandy and boil to reduce mixture to about VI cup. Stir in tomato puree and paste and return chops to skillet. Baste with sauce and cover, simmering 40 minutes, basting once or twice. Heat remaining oil in another skillet and throw in green peppers, frying 5 minutes. Transfer to pan with pork chops. Add anchovy bits and simmer covered 10 minutes, and uncovered another 10 minutes, till pork is tender and sauce is thick. Serve with a dry red wine. Serves 3. .,: Household Hint Stains on a sink or bathtub often can be removed with a pasto made of hydrogen pero xlde and cream of tartar. Make a surprise box convalescent child. Fill for a a box with cheerful notes, game, puzzles or building materials and mark a certain time for the bo% to be opened. [Oiiir^iiniiiiiiiinNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniitiiniiininiimrB Daily Calendar of Events Tonight American Red Cross, Chapter House, 4 p.m. Norlnside Rotary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, T p.m. Chess Club, HOTC Building, 7 p.m. Washington County Legal Secretaries, Niblock, Hipp, Odora ffices, 7:30 p.m. Board of piwctors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. ; ymversiljrCily Cliapler, No. 495 OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 .m."" Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8. p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Hints From Heloise-Start Christmas Projects Goldenrod Club Has New Members Mrs. Ann Lauderdale enter- ained members of the Golden- od Club last week with Mrs irnice Curtis as co-hostess. ·Jew members introduced were ATS. Ethel Marshall and Mrs. Adrian' Sanger. Mrs. Howard Liles, president, pened the meeting with dvo- ions, followed by the salute to he flag. Mrs. Franz Allebach resented the program, reading n article concerning the C h a r l e s Burton Sanders Museum in Berryville. Mrs. jles annouced that the next listrict meeting of the Arkansas ·"eclerated Women's Clubs will :e held on Oct. 11 at Bowens lestaurant. She also announced hat a meeting for fair booth committees will be held at 7:30 3.m. Monday, Aug. 26, in the icspitality room of the Ozarks Electric Cooperative. The leader's training meeting for t h e Extension Homemakers clubs will also he held at the Ozarks Electric Cooperative · at 9:45 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29. The next regular meeting of Dear Heloise: I know it's summer, but this ; a Christmas hint that needs to be started now. Its for inexpensive tree decorations. I save ail the little boxes that things like aspirin, penny matches, toothpaste, drug store prescriptions and anything else that comes in small packages. Wrap these in bits of o l d Christmas paper or any kind of gift paper, and tic them with ribbon. Then hang them on your salad, etc. Bobby's sugar cookies. Ever find a favorite I bought a package of those rubber self-sticking strips used in bathtubs to prevent falling I ran the strips across the width liquid of each sole and now our prob Jeru makeup on eale and discover that only the very light and the very dark shades are left? Dear Heloise: Don't despair -- buy one of each and mix them until you get the desired shade. Mrs. C. E. Shrimplin lem is over. tree with ornament hangers. iDear Heloise: Gladys Dear Heloise: As a secretary I was forever breaking my fingernails on a typewriter or b o o k e e p i ' n g machine keyboard, or even around the house. Just before 1 was to, go on vacation I decided to be extra careful and try not to break them. I put a coat of polish u n d e r my nails as they started growing. It's unbelievable, but 2 months later I still have not broken a nail. They are %" long and with natural polish over and under them they Iwk glossy. Patricia Harned her hint about using .nchor her car keys th club be on Sept. 11 in the home of Mrs. Pearl Wal- :er with assisting. Mrs. Fay Hill Announcements The annual Dunaway family reunion will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug 25, at Agri Park. A potluck luncheon will be served at noon Dear Heloise: The Room Mothers of America might be interested in what we did for my son's teacher several years ago when she got married. Each mother filled in a favorite recipe on a recipe card, had her child, sign the card, and stapled his or he the back. The teacher was talks' about KitchenAid dishwasher or trash compactor , REGISTER NOW · NO OBLIGATION % You can win your choice of one of these timesavers. MODEL KOR-67 KitchenAid REGENCY PORTABLE DISHWASHER MODEL KOC-17 KitchenAid CUSTOM BUILT-IN DISHWASHER MODEL KCS-100 KitchenAid TRASH COMPACTOR Enjoy Cool Comfort IN low WASHAM- ^ - - . ^ RUPTURE-EASER {* mlKiMi feggrnl I*TM" Twu' A htmtad If FT . $7.95 " OHt * M DOUBLE EASY TO ENTER · HERE'S HOW. 1. To register, visit a participating KilchenAid dealer or mall in your name, complete address and phone number on a 3" x 5" card labeled "Enlry Form -- KitchenAid Silver Anniversary Sweepstakes" 2. KitchenAid products will be awarded in this distributing area. Winners will be selected at random by the KitchenAid distributor. 3. Winner need not be present for the drawing. All prizes will be awarded. 4. All entries must be received by 5 PM on Saturday, August 31,1974. Drawing will be held on or before September 16,1974. 5. Members of participating dealers, their advertising agencies, and any of their employees and families are not eligible. 6. Delivery, installation, federal, stale and local taxes are not included. 7. This promotion is void where prohibited by law. FREE when you buy a KitchenAid DISHWASHER. 16* silver-plated serving tray by International Silver Company HOME CENTER Open Mon. and Thurs. Nights til 8:30 Many thanks to the gal with clips to on any- Momtnie hing inside her purse where hey would show. I always had o dig for my keys 1 . I keep some of those small .md large clips or paper clamps n my kitchen drawer. Here's one good use for them... Occasionally I prepare some of my own quickie frozen meals in empty trays saved from frozen dinners. When I get ready to heat a dinner, I cover it with an empty .ray, using a small clip on each side to clamp the empty tray on top for a cover. Mrs. Charlie Fpust I've used those empty trays to make up things for the oven, too, only I just crimped some foil over the top. I like your This may not be so funny tc you, but it was to us when i happened. I had given my husband new electric blanket with dua controls. Bui sometimes h would complain about being s warm and 1 would be cool. One night I turned my sid on first, and later when urncd his side on I put m; land on the blanket and noticei how warm realized I had the controls o he wrong side of the bed. H was controlling my side and was controlling his! Mrs. L.J. Jackso idea much better. Heloise Dear Heloise: When my 18-month-old toddler was. Then Isn't it strange how me always like to sleep cooler tha women? Guess you have every thing under control. Helois Dear Heloise: When sewing at my portab sewing machine, I seemed t forever be scrambling fo straight pins and needles. Because conventional p cushions never worked well fi me. I took a soft sponge ar glued it to the top of rr machine. Now needles and pin are so handy. Sandi Kauffma SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 3-way radio headquarters !· ettctroale* «lnw 1920 520 N. Collcsa 44S-3222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG « E. Center -- 442-4248 City Parking Lot In Re« Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Teacher Appreciation Breakfast, FHS, East Campus, 7:45 a.m. Women's Golf Association. Country Club, 9 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 -noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Illtlinillllllllllllllinill^^ oLaaufih SL Evelyn Hills Fayetteville Entire Stock of FALL SPORTSWEAR and DRESSES at IS^OFF KELLER-JORGENSEN STUDIOS ft Ballet · Tap · Pre-School 4 · Jazz Acrobatic Adult REGISTER NOW 402 Arkansas Avenue or Phone 442-7492 For Appointment J J J U L U 1 C (J1I .hrilled ant ll's orange because of the smoothness oE his leather soles, I put on my thinking cap. Et Cetera A Show of Elegance The dramatic Flemish Bombe Cabinet shown hen comes from our masterful Et Cetera collection by Drexel. A seemingly endless selection of designs, periods, woods and finishes. 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