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Credit Women Hear Program On Interest Fayelteville Credit Women- International met Wednesday, at 7 a.m. at the Holiday Inn. Mrs. Glendqra Sharp presided at a brief business meeting, and introduced a guest, Mrs. Kay Clark with the Arkansas Credit Requirements Committee. Mrs. Sharp also introduced the speaker, Clrence D. Shackelford, credit sales manager of Sears local store, who spoke on the amendment No. 51 regarding the interest rate allowed in Arkansas which is to be voted on in November. The next meeting of the club will be Sept. 18. : AUXILIARY OFFICERS " «*o were installed at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Fayetteville Fire Department ^ Ladies Auxiliary are, lejt-right sealed, Mrs. Pat Boudrey, first vice prseident; Mrs. Jordan, ,, reporter; and Mrs. Betty Boudrey, treasurer. Standing, lejt-right, are Mrs. Farrar, second wice president; Mrs. MuUins, chaplain; and Mrs. McWhorter, secretary. Mrs. Mary Miller, president, is not pictured. Auxiliary Installs Officers Fayetteville Fire Department L a d i e s Auxiliary's regular monthly meeting was held Tuesday night at Central Fire S t a t i o n with Mrs. Billie McArthur, retiring president, calling the session to order. Mrs. Betty Boudrey gave devotions and Mrs. Irma Boudrey read the secretary's report. Assistant Fire Chief Lonnie Farrar installed new officers for the coming year. They are Mrs. Mary Miller, president; Mrs. Pat Boudrey, first vice president; Mrs. Emma Farrar second vice president; Mrs Jane McWhorter. secretary; Mrs. v Betty Boudrey, treasurer; Mrs. Carol Mullins, Chaplin; and Mrs. L o r e 11 a Jordon reporter. Mrs. Pat Boudrey, first vice president, conducted the busi ness meeting when it was decided to have three auxiliary functions, a Halloween party, a Christmas party, and a potluck supper, in February. · Mrs. Bil Burson was introduced as a new member. .. Mrs. McArtluu- received a corsage in appreciation of her work as president the pas year. Refreshments were served ti 17 members. Hints From Heloise-- Adult Center Program Set Programs are announced fa the Community Adult Center a Hillcrest Towers d u r i n g tli week of Sept. 9-14. Mrs. Louise Salmon, vocalisl will be guest artist Monday. O Wednesday members of th Council on Aging will presen a program entitled "Schoo Daze". Participants will presen songs and stories of an earlie day. Mrs. Anita Whillock wi portray the "school marm." Friday will be game day an each player is asked to brin an item for a prize. Persons 50 years of age o older are invited to participat in Center activities and furthe Information may be obtained b calling 443-3512. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. William ! Bowen of Fayetteville, a soi Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I Dandy of Springdale, a soi Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Gibso of Rogers, a daughter, Sept. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Walso · of Lincoln, a daughter, Sep 3. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB COMB'S CHAPEL Mrs. Hobart Baker was ho -· tess for the September mectin - attended by 10 members a n two guests. , Mrs. A. J. Meinert opened t - meeting with an inspiration reading and Mrs. Alma Pot discussed outstanding sorvi .-· rendered by two handicanpi persons to their rcspecti .. communities. Mrs. Clara Eshc : man presented "Tricks wi Lemons" ranging from I . source of Vitamin C to the - use as a remedy for athlete foot. Mrs. James Bryant present the program on "Peridonl Diseases." The next meeting will be he at the club house with Mr Bryant as hostess. Jfarthiut Bl ArkattBaa TTT W /or OMEN Saturday, September 7, 1974 · 3 You've Been A Brick Through It All Finest Food Is Kosher Cuisine By TOM HOGE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Some of the finest food served today in my opinion is in the kosher tradition, featur ng a cuisine that has always ascinated me. It's no way to lose weight anc some people complain about jlandness, but to me a Jewish- cooked meal is a delight from .he challah bread to the gefilte 'ish with horseradish and final- y a dessert like chocolate sour cream cake. Now the Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Beth Israel has come out with a timeless collection called "Best of Jewish Cooking" that offers a stunning variety of dishes associated with Jewish lore; specialties for the Sabbath, the High Holidays and other holy days. Here is an assortment of recipes that should please both the kosher cook and the non-Jewish housewife. It not only includes the traditional dishes but draws on the cuisine of the Middle East, like couscous from Morocco and tiropes, or hors d'oeuvre of Greece. LAVISH FEASTS Enjoyment of life plays a large part in Jewish tradition, and most festivals commemorating religious or historical occasions are the signal for are closely Legion Auxiliary Changes Suppers American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday night at the Legion Hut with Johnsie Dean, vice president, presiding. Colors were advanced by Bernicc Baker and Jessie Patterson. The pledge of allegiance and preamble were repeated In unison. The read secretary, Lora Todd, minutes of the last meeting and Wanda Curtis gave the treasurer's report. Miss Cecelia Mulrenin, music chairman, was in charge of the program and played the piano group sang patriotic Disabled American Service' chairman, To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Billings of Fayetteville announce the engagement'and approaching marriage of (heir daughter, Gena Kae, to Arthur Haydcn Guist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Guist, also of Fayette- ville. The wedding is planned for Saturday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening at W h i t e Rock Pentecostal Church on Highway 16 West. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. as the s o n g s , Veteran Mabel Maddox, reported on activities for the month. Birthdays will be observed at the VA Hospital Sept. 11, 12, and 13. Unit No. 27 game night will be Sept. 17 a n d the department 'game night will be Sept. 24. Coffee will be served on Sept. 26. Mrs. Maddox read a card from Lucille f'olletl, who is a resident in a nursing home in Colorado. Members were reminded to pay dues before Oct. 21 as they will be in creased on Oct. 24. It was agreed to have fo.ur potluck suppers during .the year, the first on Oct. 26 for he tourade, one on Nov. 11, Christmas supper on Dec. 19, ind one on March 21, the Legion's birthday. There will no onger be potluck suppers on the third Thursday night of each month. ' J e s s i e Patterson, poppy chairman, announced t h a t poppies will be sold at the VA Hospital Nov. 8 and to the public Nov. 9. The district conference at Huntsville held last Sunday was attended by Lora Todd, Susie R o c h i e r, Jessie Patterson and N o r a Bee Lingelbach. and those . attending t h e N a t i o n a l in M i a m i, Fla., convention were Susie and C h a r l e s Rochier, Edmond and Lora Todd, Nora Bee Lingelbach and Jessie Patterson. Authorene Reid of Hsber Springs was elected Auxiliary vice president. The D e p a r t m e n t of Arkansas received three citations at the convention it was announced. Refreshments were served:by Mabel and Bob Maddox. Hostesses for the October meeting will be Susie Rochier and Linda Dempsey. ear Heloise: How does one clean the brick i a fireplace that has been noked? DUMB DORA I have been called that name .ore than once when I forgot i open the damper. So don't eel bad, love. It has been a long time since talked about this so I'm going i list some hints that have orme in over the years: Mickey Hood wrote that after /orking years with a commer- lal and residential cleanirrg rm, this is what he had learn- d about cleaning firelaces: "Most stores sell what i called art gum erasers that re ordinarily used to eraset harcoal drawings. "These erasers work espe- ially well on porous rock ronts. On smoother stone or rick, after using the art gum nd getting off all the smoke ossible, wash it with a solution f tri-sodium phosphate, W cup Gasoline Dealers Warned Of Price Cuts LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ar- tansas gasoline dealers were varned Thursday to look at the 'Ver-all picture before lowering heir profit margins to increase ales. Jerry Qualllebaum, an official of the Arkansas Gasoline tetaiiers Association, estimated that 40 per cent of the tale's service station operators lad cut their profit margins in lopes of increasing profit since July 1. "It's just not possible,' Juattlebaum said. "We don't have the demand now. People are not buying as much gas as year ago. That's because leople are paying more for it It's costing more and,like ev erything else, there's just less Buying." Quattlebaum said if the low ring of the dealers' profit mar *ins was working there woulc gas wars and that few wen evident. Quattlebaum also said he could not agree with any prie rollback "because of the com plications we see in the winte: months. "We're not recommending P rollback," he said. "We're jus saying we cannot suffer a re duction in price. We're fach an increased cost of produc that will keep increasing, am we can't keep reducing it or wi will be back in the sjme situ ation we had last fall when w had no profit at all." Allen Named Directo LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- T h slate Public Building Aulhorit voted Friday to hire Commerc Department Director Donald V Allen of Russellville as PBA ex ecutive director. Allen could not be reache for comment. PBA Vice-chairman Mike Me Haffy and L. Cotton Thoma both of Little Rock, said the ai tbority voted to hire Allen. Allen talked with authorit members before they chos him in executive session, t seemed interested, McHafl ond Thomas said. The executive director woul oversee the PBA's $74.4 millio state Capital mall constructio program. of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. York was observed a lavish feast. Jewish foods a gallon of water. The way to use art gum is knead it until it becomes liable, and press on the smok- d places. Knead in the soiled art and start again," Folks, the easer may seem turn black in time, but it ;d not damage my brick fire- lace. Many people say they open leir windows and pour pure leach in a 'glass bowl and take heir vegetabe brush and scour way at the fireplace! By the me the bleach dries all those larks have left.. H you use this method, read le cautions on bleach bottles. plainly says, "Keep out of each of children." And "don't nix anything with bleach." ots of products say the same hing today. So read "Joe low's" directions. He's sure marter than we are. And some olher litte hints for replaces... Before you build your next re, take some heavy-duty foil nd line the hearth. Then all ou have to do is sprinkle some ·ater on the ashes so they; von't fly allover, and lift up foil, and dump it in a box. more precious time spent weeping and cleanng. It's also good to wet the in- ide of the paper bag or box ou'll dump the ashes in. In an extreme case, one woman used brick paint. Ask your aint dealer about it. It should e applied carefully and in a manner that will leave the mor- ar in its natural color. And one day when your fire- lace is roaring hot, toss a andful of table salt on it! You'll get the surprise of your ife. I know you all will love lie brigLt blue flames and, 'tis aid by experts that this combi- lation acts as a chimney weep, Heloise Dear Heloise: Recently my sister-in-law vanlcd to buy tie backs for her drapes. She went to a discout store and boirght 6 fancy chain belts itat you wear with dresses) for ess than $1 a piece. She now has the best looking ties backs Sophie Hance Reception Notes Wedding Date The 25lh wedding anniversary (Rudy) Sunday linked to Jewish history; like the matzohs Israelite housewives had to whip up in a hurry for the flight from Egypt. Or the grated potato pancakes which appear during Chanukah, commemorating the triumph of the Jews in driving the enemy out of their temple in Jerusalem. One interesting festival is the feast of the Passover, recalling the night when God, smiting the first-born of the Egyptians, "passed over" the houses of the children of Israel. A recipe for this day gives the formula for charoses, a mixture of apples, nuts and wine that symbolizes the mortar used by Jewish slaves in Egypt. GOURMET FARE Many of these festival dishes are gourmet fare, like the chicken breasts and cherries cooked in wine and served at the feast before the fast of Yom Kippur. 3 chicken breasts split in · half Kosher salt Freshly ground pepper Vt cup pure vegetable shortening 1 clove 'garlic, chopped 1 medium onion, diced }4 Ib. sliced mushrooms 114 cups chicken broth Vi cup kosher dry white wine 1 cup pitted dark cherries 1 tablespoon flour Season chicken with salt and pepper and brown on all- sides in the shortening. Remove the chicken from the pan and saute the garlic, onions and mushrooms, scraping the bottom, for ^bout 5 minutes. Add 1 cup 3roth and the wine, bring mixture to a boil and taste for seasoning. Return chicken to pan, add the cherries, cover and simmer about 25 minutes. Transfer, chicken .to platter. Mix flour with remaining broth and add to liquid left in pan. Bring to boil, stirring. Pour over chicken. Serves 6. Good with chilled rose wine. afternoon, Sept. 1, from 3 until 5 o'clock in the Terrace Room of the H o l i d a y Inn Hosts for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Metcalfe. The reception was marked with sentimental simplicity, as many of the items used at their wedding were used a'gain at the reception. Gu.ests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Harold E. Wheeler the first hour and Mrs. Dale A. Hinkle the second hour. They were directed to the guest hook which hat! been the bride's book 25 years ago, placed on a small table covered with an ecru linen cloth near a silver vase holding pink rosebuds, and then to the receiving line. Composing the receiving line Mr. and Mrs. Y o r k with the maid of h o n o r and best man of their wedding party, Mrs. James D. Geralc of Lcland, Miss., Mr. York'? sister, and 1,1. Col. W.J. McGee of North Little Rock, who came especially for the event. Mrs, York wore her wedding dress and her only jewelry was a cameo brooch which had been a gift from the bridegroom. She icld a miniature houquel centered with a white orchid. table was ecru Italian cut-work cloth. Appointments were of silver and crystal. The wedding cake, flanked on eithei The serving covered with an ever. Coon Favors Amnesty CON WAY. Ark. (AP) -- Ken loon, the Republican guberna- orial nominee, re-emphasized lis stand on amnesty for draft evaders as he campaigned here Friday. Coon told about 25 persons at a breakfast that he did not oppose allowing draft evaders and deserters to return to the United States but did oppose a pardon for them. On other subjects, Coon said he favored having voting machines in e v e r y county in Arkansas. He also said the stale should place more emphasis on educational matters. "It will take a massive, sustained effort to lift the rating o! Arkansas public education," he said. No Contest Plea Eniered Friday TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) -Harold Hallman, an Ashdown tax consultant, pleaded no contest Friday to charges of aiding in the preparation of false income tax returns. Judge Paul X Williams of U.S. District Court at Texarkana deferred sentencing pending results of a presentencing report. Hallman, a former state representative, was indicted by a 'ederal grand jury on a total of !3 counts of helping prepare 'raudulcnt income lax relurns n 1971 and 1972. He entered tbe plea to 15 of ;hose counts. ide with three-branched silver c a n d e l a b r a holding ivory apers, centered the table. At either end were an antique crystal and silver punch bowl and a silver service. Other silver appointments were heir- oom pieces and silver anniversary gifts from, the immediate family. A small memento table was covered with a beige Spanish ace cloth where a potted blue tinted chrysanthemum plant centered the table. An antique silver stand held the congra- ulalory messages received by .he couple. Small easels held a group wedding picture, a wedding invitation and a picture of the bride and Broom. Assisting the host and hostess were the daughters of the honored couple, Miss Margaret York who attended the guest book, and Miss Elizabeth York who served the cake. Others assisting were Mrs. James C. Chism at the silver service and Mrs. Helmut Wolf at the punch bowl the first hour. Mrs. W. J. McGee served puncli the second hour with Mrs. Leslie Howell at the silver service. Others assisting were Mrs. Lester C. Howick, Mrs. Paul L. Barrett and Mrs. George E. Tcmpleton. Out-of-lown guests were Mr. and Mrs. James D. Gerald of Leland, Miss., Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. J. McGee of North Little Rock, and Mrs. H.R. Rosen of Bentonville. Flurry Of Pleats Apartment People Find Small Freezers Answer To Buying EVEREST *. JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS 70 10" KINTALS I SALE* Fiyetttvllle Drat Lerdolph Arrested LITTLE ROK (AP) -- Richard K. Leidolf, 47. of Gassville (Baxter County) was arrested by FBI agents Thursday on a charge of embezzling about $103,000 from a company engaged in interstate commerce, the FBI said. Leidolf was arraigned Thursday before U.S. Magistrate William Walker of Harrison and was released on $5,000 bond. If convicted, Leidolf could be fined $5,000 and sentenced to 10 years in prison. ~~ ·XPIMT WATCH R E P A I R - , SWIFTS V N«rtli By DAVID JORDAN By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Many apartment people are finding compact freezers the storage problems. If you can spare a little wall or closet spar a little wall or closet space, a compact freeer can squeee a lot of convenience into cramped quarters. T h e s e small freezers can save: money, when you stock up on bargain-priced foods; time, when you prepare foods in advance; quality, when you capture fresh fruils and vegetables at their seasonal peak; and face, when you are prepared for unexpected guests. But before you purchase a compact freeer, knovv what to look for in the appliance. Ac cording to Apartment Life magazine, uprights a n d chest- type models under 10 cubic feet are marketed by at least 15 different manufacturers. Compacl uprights are ideal as freestanding units or to place under a counter. T h e y range in size rom 4.3 to 10.1 cubic feet t freezers may easily be .uckcd under a stairway or in a small storage area, and range in size from 5 to 10 cubic feet. NOT FANCY Compact freezers offer gooc reliable service, but generally lack fancy features. Many iowever, are equipped with removable storage baskets, ad justable temperature control or counterbalanced lid. Coloi choice is usually limited ti white. For most compact freezers you should expect to pay be Iween $130 and $200, depending on size, features, etc. 5%% 61/2% 63/4% 71/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue A flurry ol soft pleats greets the eye In this floating creation by Adri, whose designs were shown Tuesday to New York. (AP Wlrephoto) Announcements nniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnmniniiinH The first meeting of the fall season for Engineers Wives will be held at 7:30 p.m. September 12. A potluck supper will be served at the hospitality room of Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) Sorority Plans Rushes Brunch Beta Tau C h a p t e r of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met Tuesday night in the, home of Mrs. Trilby Maul for a business session. Eight members were present. Plans for a brunch at the lome of Mrs. D. C. Shaekelford or rushees were made and refreshments were served. Modern .Literature Club will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Wade Burnside. Mrs. W. J. Baerg will review "Samuel Johnson, His Friends and Enemies," by Peter Quennell. Always check the unit for the ssociation of Home Appliance lannfacturers (AHAM) seal. his certifies that the size of ie unit was measured using an ndustrial standard and that it onforms to Underwriters Lab- ratories' standards. When selecting a site for your reezer, measure carefully and onsider the manfuacturer's ecommendations for air circn- alion allowances. Many sug- est leaving up to four inches f space around the unit. CHOOSE AREA Choose a cool, dry, well-venti- ited area out of direct sun- ght. In cold climates, lace the appliance on a y or in an unheatcd garage; o freeer operates well in ex- remely cold surroundings or in xtreme heat. You won't need a pecial eleclrieal outlet; a fandard three-prong, 110-voll ixture usually will do. For the best use of your 'reezer, check some reliable amount of food to freeze at one mil's own use-and-care booklel. 5e aware of your own food needs, recommended storage amounf of food lo freee at one ime. Kappa Kappa Gamma Alum- lae will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. J.B. Hays, 967 Arlinglon Terrace, All alumnae .are inviled lo this annual pledge dessert arly. Persons desiring further nformation may call the president, Barbara Swayze, 521-6410. Goldenrod Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Joe Walker, 1149 Mission Street. Mrs. Julia Jarvis -will be co-hostess and Mrs. Margaret McReynolds will present the program. don't Four Seasons Garden Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the home of Mrs. J. D. McFarland, 58 East Elm Street. Colonial Garden Club will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Basil Nelson, 234 E. North Slreet. Mrs. Ellis S h e 11 o n will presenl the program, "Patios and Pol Culture." i D I m *r · LEARN BASIC OR ADVANCED INCOME TAX PREPARATION K5S030I.OCIC Thousand? are earning good money as tax prepares. Enrollment open lo men and women of all ages. Job interviews available Icr best slu- den Is. Send for free information and class schedules. Classes Start: SEPTEHMEH 12 CONTACT THE QCCG3B.LOC1C OFFICE NEAREST YOU; Z Offices to Serre Von I2M Sun Hi Srliool, Fayetterllte Phnnn S. Thompson, rhcme lil-5600 Firemen Continue Picketing Friday LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Picketing by about 140 off-duty jttle Rock firemen continued Friday, but brought about no lew conference on the wage likes firemen are demanding. . City Manager Carlton McMullin said city operations were "business as usual." Normal fire department operations have not been affected ay the picketing, which firemen Degan to call public attention to their demands. This has been dubbed Phase 1 of their strategy. The next step is to cease to perform duties such as maintaining stations and equipment. They would continue, however, to respond to fire alarms. Otto Kruger Dies WOODLAND HILLS, CALIF. (AP) -- Otto Kruger, one of Hollywood's most versatile movie actors, died Friday on his 89th birthday. During a penniless period in the Midwest, he got a $9 acting job with a repertory company and rose to leading roles in the 1920s when he was hailed by David Belasco as "the hope of the American stage." iiinnniiinnniuffi^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Wyman Community Club, Wyraan Community Building, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafeforium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Four 2-way radla headquarters te electronic* fine* 1K» 530 N. College . 4IM322 For Your Prescription Needi SeeUt QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 442-42U City Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. NWA Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Picnic, Beaver Lake Cabin of Mrs. James Stewart, 4 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. ;i, rani iini [niiiiniiuiiiuiMiniMiu

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