Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 18, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 18, 1974
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To Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Parks will observe their sixtieth wedding anniversary Sunday at their Iininc in Summers. All friends and relatives arc Invited (o aflcnd during t h e parly hours of Z p.m. until 5 p.m. The couple was married Oct. 18, 1914 at Summers. They rfniipsi thai no gifts be lent. lUIBilllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllJllffllllllillllffl Announcements Dr. rhvight M. Moore will speak on wild flowers and conservation to members of Flaming Hills Garden Club at 1:15 p.m. Monday in the home of Mrs. Lester Ledbetter, 1428 Mission. Washington County Retired Teachers Association will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday in - t h e Hospitality Room of the First National Bank in Springdale. In salute lo all w o m e n during working National B u s i n e s s Women's Week, Professional Women's Club invites women in the area to a coffee on Monday in the Hospitality Room of Mcllroy Bank between the hours of 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Forty Club members wilt meet for dinner at 6:30 p.m., Saturday at- Fireside Inn followed by a dance at 8 p.m at Asbell School. Welcome Wagon Club will meet at (5 p.m. Tuesday at 0 z a r k Electric Hospitality Room, An authentic Chinese dinner will be prepared and served by Cecilia Tu. Reservations must he made with M a r i l y n Slayton, Leverett Garden Apartments, Apt. 100, before Saturday. Husbands are Invited to attend. Proceeds will be donated lo the Cerebral Palsy School. New residents of the Fayetleville-Springdaie area are inviled lo allend. EXTENSION HOMEMAKER5 CLUB GOSH EN Sixteen members and three guests, Mrs. Ola Sharp, Mrs Claudetle Warren and Mrs Pauline James, were presen for the October meeeting in the home of Mrs. Wilma Guinn. M r s . Connie Reed lei devotions, Mrs. Olcta Duttoi gave the program on caki mixes, and Mrs. Ardeth Guini and Mrs. Bessie Burtoi reported on the tour made t B l a n c h a r d Springs ani Mountain View Folk Centei Plans were made for the entei taimncnt of Growing SQers o Oct. 22. Mrs. Esther Gaye displayed a doll she had mad from a syrup bottle. Mrs .Jon Guinn and Mrs. Burlon wo game prizes. The next meeting will he wit Mrs. Shirley Salsbury. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr.- and Mrs. Darrell R. Marsh of Springdale, a son, Oct. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby W. Ward of Fayeltcville, a son, Ocl. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie 'A. Smith of Fayelteviile, a son, Oct. II. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey R. VALLEY HOMEMAKERS Mrs. 0. R. Dodson was hos less lo II members and tw _.:uests, Miss Lisa Cates an Vliss Lee A n n Findalil, Mrs Donald Weaver, presidcn conducted the meeling. Mrs Earl Cates led the grou singing and gave devotions an Mrs. Seth Timmons presents the program on cake mixc Mrs. Gerald Moore received th mystery package. It was an nounccd Ihat the County Counc meeting will be held Oct. 24. The next, meeting will be lie] in the home of Mrs. Rona: Weaver at 7 p.m. Nov. 12. Brown Sr. of Rogers, a so Oct. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D Rogers of Rogers, a son, Oc 11. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bailey of Fayetleville, a so Oct. 13. Some Produce S/iows Lower-Than-Usaal Prices Jly MKSCAL JOHNSTON GOOD BUVS POULTRY -Fryers, lurkcys d parts, eggs, I J OHK ·-- Hams and -picnics, ouldcr roasts, sausage. BEEF --Ground beef, chuck asls, round steak. OTHERS -- . M i l k , cheese, fee. bologna, franks, tuna, fro- it) fish, flour. VEGETABLES --Irish and veet potatoes, cabbage celery, cans and peas, rice, canned egelablcs. FRUITS -- Bananas, apples, e a r s , plums, grapefruit, 'iingcs, fruit juices. Tomatoes and pineapple are matured in some markets this 'cek at, prices similar to those spring ami summer. Food ds also include iower-than sual prices for s w e e t ant rish potatoes, carrots, juice irangcs, apples, and cabbage. In meat counters, lowest )onnd prices arc for mixed ryer parts and turkey hind- jiiartcrs. At advertised prices, jieir cost per serving r u n s as low as 20 cents. G r o u n d beef a n d p o r k sausage, at higher pound prices than the poultry items, compete on cosl-per-serving basis. The four servings per pound provided by ground beef run from 17 to 32 cents, depending on type. Sausage also provides four servings lo each pound purchased at costs of 16 lo 20 cents Even lower cost by the serving is pork or beef liver, providing 5 servings to each pound purchased at costs of 1 6to 20 cents each. Frankfurters and bologna, TT \Y / OI OMEN Friday, Oct. 18, 1974 Tea, Installation Held By ESAGroup Alpha Sigma Chapter of F,psilon Sigma Alpha held a preferential tea and installation :eremonies Sunday at the lospitality room of First National Bank in Springdale. P r e s i d e n t , Mrs. Loyd Samuels, presented Mrs. Roy Bradley and- Mrs. Gene Hale heir jewel pins. Transfer,ceremonies were held for Mrs ·Gorge McDuffie who transferred from Bcla Xi lo the chapter, and a pledge class was leld for Mrs. Ben Hcndrix who vas installed as a new member. VIrs. Joe Slay, Mrs. Dewey 3ilderback and Mrs. Robert Stokes from Alpha Chi Chapter received their jewel pins with c e r e m o n i e s performed b y Clancy Wells, Arkansas Outstanding Woman 1974. After the cere-monies mem- Bridge News Oscar While and Verral Ellison were first and second place winners at the community adult center bridge party. Other winners were Florence Gregory, Ernie Von Erdmanns- dorff. Earl Thorton and Lillian Smith. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited'to allend Ihe aclivities of the adull center. For further information, call 443-3512. Personals Attending a regional meeting of the National Association ol Retired Teachers n Russellville Tuesday were J.O. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Griffin of Springdale, Mrs. Mac Young Mrs. E. L. Romans. Miss Kara Jordan and Mrs. Henry Hallin of Fayetteville. ers had punch and cake serve y hostesses Mrs. Lukie Collins Irs. Herbert Curtis and Mrs ouglas McCray. aturcd In .some form in most Is each week, are economical both time and money. In loosing these convenience eats, a generally safe rule is is: Unites of at least one ound are more economical an smaller units. Within each PC and brand, unsliccd ologna prices arc usually wer than sliced bologna rices. Each type has its own se advantage. Unsliced lunch neats retain quality longer lan sliced ones, but sliced pro- ucts are more convenient for losl purposes. CHANGING MEAT STANDARDS To survive in a highly compe- live market, industry-tailored meals must be constantly aller- d to meet the stringent de- ands of both consumer accept- nce and product safety. While roducl standards of both in- uslry and government are imed at prolecting and leasing the consumer, there re times when both of these :ood things 'are hard to wrap p in the same package. The our-year movement toward emoval of nitrates and nitrites rom the accepted list of meat .dditives is a prime example if one such dilemma. NITRITES IN MEAT Use of chemicals in meal- accessing is not new. For cen uries, cured meats have been ^ n their distinctive flavor and pink color with the help if two similar additives -.odium nitrate and sodium nitrite. The minute amounts o hese chemicals used in mea processing have not only made rossible the commercial curing ESA Chapter Hears Talk On Meat Cuts Beta Sigma Chapter of Ep -Ion Sigma Alpha held usincss meeting Monday in th ome of the chapter president Irs. Jessie Stamps who con ucted the opening ritual. The educational director [rs.'L. B. Daniels, introduce )r. Paul K. Lewis, professo [ animal science at th fniversily of Arkansas. He dis ussed different cuts of niea ow to prepare meat, and bu for the home freezer. Plans were made for a Hallo [ een social for members an usbands on Oct. 28. 2nd ANNUAL ANTIQUES SHOW SALE Fayetteville, Ark. National Guard Armory (near Airport) Hwy. 71 S. 22 Antique Dealers from TO States Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday ( meal in volume, their use s the only practical known method for preventing botulism n tanned and vacuum-packed urcd meats. While use of lilralcs and nitrites has been closely regulated, the search for all possible causes of cancer las presented numerous ques- ions concerning their use. Though neither nitrate nor nitrite has been directly connected with cancer in man or animals, there's a possibility hal either in unconlrolled amounts may lead indirectly to cancer.- The theory is that excessive amounts of nitrates and nitrites may set off chemical reaction with amines! .he breakdown products from irolcins, to form nitrosamines. Certain nitrosamines have been lound by scientists to cause cancer in animals. The impulse reaction of some -- to ban irrtmediately all nitrates and nitrites -- would mean giving up the whole concept of convenience meats. Slill, it would not eliminate man's exposure to t h e s e chemicals. They are present in m a n y foods. They're even found in saliva and ate especially plentiful in beets and spinach. PANEL R E C O M M E N D S LEVELS After many months of study a panel of experts Is recom mending to the United Slates Department of Agriculture tha the use of nitrates be discontinued in all cured products except fermented sausages anc dry-cured meats. They are recommending that use nitrites be continued but educed and standardized levels or such products as franks, rologna. canned hams, canned eef and bacon. Use of nitrites n s t c a d of nilralcs was ·ecommcndcd because of the chemical differences in the products. When nitrate is used in meat curing, it undergoes a chemical change into nitrite refore it is effective as a curing agent. For this reason, the exact amount of nitrate needed is not as easily determined-as the amount of nilrite. · · ' · · The panel's recommendations reflect their desire to lower-the amounts of nitrite lo which consumers are exposed \yhile still making available desired .consumer products free of :.ih« botulism hazard. lll!llll!lll!l[!lll[!lll[|l!lll!lllllllll!|flllll!llll[|l![l!llll!llllBrailI!Bll!llnl!l[IM Daily Calendar of Events,: Tonight ..;· Spaghetti Supper and Book Fair, Root School, 5-7 p.m. .', NWA Retired Officers, Downtown Motor Lodge, 6:30 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous--Women, Ozark Guidance Center; 7 p.m. /; SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour 3-way radio 530 N. College ilnc« lf!9 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -City Parking Lot In Re»r : Saturday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, 7 a.m. Republican Women's Club Antique Show and Sale, Natiprjal Guard Armory, 10 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. · AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. ;;· Forty Club Dinner, Fireside Inn, 6:30 p.m. Dance, Asbell School, 8 p.m. \; Boston Store Tomorrow Is The Last Day of Our Sale Many Other Unadvertised Items Throughout Both Stores .'^ SHOP DAILY 10 A.M.-9 P.M. - USE YOUR BOSTON STORE CHARGE CARDi: NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA--FAYETTEVILLE An Extraordinary Offer for You From Estee Lauder 14.00 VALUE for ONLY 3.25 v/ith any Estee Lauder purchase of 5.00 or more. BOYS' SWEATERS Good-looking pullover and cardigan sweaters In assorted colors and patterns. Sizes 4-7. TURTLENECK TOPS * 4 Long sleeve ribbed turtleneck Tops with boek j* zipper. Beige, Black, Navy, Brown, Red and White, || Reg. 7.00-9.00 4.90 Reg. H,CQ ·,,«, 8.90 'i ' i · t t .. i .r . · i COLLECTION INCLUDES: EUROPEAN PERFORMING CRJIME--refresh- ing cream that increases skin's moisture holding capacity. RE-NUTRIV Rich, lipstick-delivers full-bodied color and velvety texture to your lips. SOFT FILM COMPACT ROUGE--slicks on alone or over foundation to give beautifully burnished highlighls. ESTEE PERFORMING BODY CREME -leaves skin smooth, soft and deliciously scented all over with super fragrant Estee. LITTLE BOYS' JEANS Perfect for play. Sturdy ieani in Navy, Brown or ; Green. Sizes 4-7, PATCH LEATHER SHIRT JACKETS Cl«v«r approach lo the pant coat. Multi-color. Snap Closures. S-M-L. Boston Store SHOP FROM 10 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. -- USE YOUR BOSTON STORE CHARGE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS MALL Specially Priced 3.59 39.90 GIRLS' TIGHTS ', Seamless Stretch all nylon panly tight* In a great assortment ef colors, Sizes 4-14. Reg. 48.00 FUR TRIMMED SWEATERS Beautiful fur-trlmmeed cardigan sweaters. Real Lamb collars. Grey, Beige, Black with Teed. S-M-L. Reg. 3 for 5.50 4.59 S °- 0) 39.90 BRUSHED GOWNS AND PAJAMAS i Beautiful, warm nylon and acetate long gowns !' and pajamas in pink or blue. Sizes S-M-L. FALL PANT SUITS Famous Maker fall tweed and solids, ploids and checks. Excellent value by Verona Knitts. Sizes 8-18 SPECIALLY PRICED 5.90 Rag. fo 44.00 29.90 '' SMALL LEATHER ITEMS !·, Key Cases, I.D. Cases, Cigarette Cases, Mini Purses. | Reg. 3.00-6.00 1.90 ^ -;·' Reg. 5.00-12.00 3.90, _ , ^ Reg. 12.00-18,00 8.90 ,,' ,, ^.^mmKmmxm:m^»immm:mxx:^'. · ? ·* " s -i -- MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER ; DRESS SHIRTS ' Outstanding values In fine qualify long sleeve dress shirts. Reg. 10.00 to 14.00 HANDBAGS 5.90 COSTUME JEWELRY Great as^rfment rf vinyl handbag« in many styles. . j Choose from Chains, Ropes Bibs, Pendants Brace- Available in variou, e olor. and .hM. J ; '·"' ««·«* Earrlna «- To «" v « that added fouch - I Reg. 22.00 to 23.0 14.90 Reg. 3,00 to 7.50 5.00

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