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October 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Concert FortyClub Begins Its Series To Open Season The University of Arkansas old Fine Arts Concert Series will open Friday with a concert by the Manhattan Quartet, one of the major string quartets in the United Slates. Jerome Kappaport, chairman of the UA Series, said the Quartet "exploded" on the music scene in Berkely in 1970 to rave reviews and ever since has been riding on a new wave of interest in chamber music. T h e Manhattan Quartet represents a new sound in classical music. "It has combined artistic maturity with youthful exhuberance to add its own special character to the A m e r i c a n chamber music scene," Rappaport said. American ar- standing ova- Forty Club had its first session of Die year Salurday when the group met for dinner at the Fireside Inn. Mrs. Joyce Jones presided and wclcomcc members following and inlroducec new members MANHATTAN QUARTET .. .will perform Friday in the Fine Arts Concert Hall as the first event in the University o/ Arkansas Fine Arts Concert Series loia Conclave Hears Program About Music . Members of Iota Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota met last week in the home of Maxitie Chism. Marian Voth was co- hosless. During Ihe fellowship hour, guests were served from Ihe dining table with Jo Ann Whitlatch presiding at the silver service. The white hand- crocheted tablecloth with an underlay of gold was accentuated with blue violets, the colors and flower of Kappa Kappa Iota. Pumpkin bread topped wilh whipped cream, coffee and tea were served by the.hostesses. A member of the group Nancy Knight, a music teacher in an elementary school in Fay- 'etieville. told of the music program now in its second year. The program is designed to provide children with the opportunity for enjoying and learning music through active participa- tion. She demonstrated how to introduce techniques and musical knowledge through the use of Ihe autoharp and the piano. While such musical skills and knowledge as harmony, reading music, and use of voice are introduced, the primary aim is lo develop wilhin children the desire lo parlicipale in musical activities whether they be large group, small group or individual. The joy of music is within the participant whether he be the performer or the listener. The versatile tists have won tions and cheers from coast to coast with a repertoire ranging from the Haydn. Mozart and Beethoven quartets to the six quartets of Bartok and lo the contemporary works -of Kirchner and Ligeli. "They have their own important and unique kind of music revelation, Eric Lewis, a native of New Jersey, Mahlon Darlington of Ohio, and Andrew Berdahl of Berkeley are violinists and Judith Clyde of Auburn, Ala., is cellist. When they are not on concert tours, they are at home in Grinnell, Iowa, where they are on the faculty of Grinnell College. As artists-in-residence, the members o fthe Quartel play numerous concerts and lecture- dcmonslralions there during the year. They teach ensemble coaching and private instruction. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. Admission is by season ticket, ID card or by individual tickets purchased at the door. Monroe and Pat Harrison, Bob and Pat Waldrcn, Ethel am Othel Sharp, George and Gai Gossett und Jim and Terry Kimbrough. Guests wore Bucky and Saun dra Crouch, Martha and Vernon Reeves and Jan and Hugh Hig ginbotham. Hi Jinks provided music fo dancing laler at Asbell Schoo Cafetorium. Decorations carrier out the Halloween theme will cats, witches, pumpkins a m boiling pots. The committee in charge o arrangements was composed o John and Marcia McCain chairmen, Jack and Joa Woody, Dave and Dottie Hild bold, Bruce and Liz Kellar Jake and Martha Agee, Justi and Ruby Morris, John an Joyce Jones and John and Pen ny Fox, who served refresl ments at intermission. uiim llUIHlliliHII1lll!llllllml;HLIIlllllllilJllInlmlllUIHllillllii:ilnil lluiiliUll W /or OMEN Thursday, Oct. 24, 1974 · 5 Salon Meets Salon 307 of 40 et 8 depar rnenl of Arkansas met Sunda in Ihe home of Mrs. Ruby S rick with Mrs. Hilda Scriever of Rogers, chapeaux, presiding over the business meeting after which refreshments were served. The next meeting on Nov. 21 will be held in the home of Mrs. Florence Stapleton. EXTENSION Homemakers Clubs BIBM FARM1NGTON Thirteen members were present at Ihe meeting in the club rooms. The hostess, Amy Wells, gave devolons. Dorolhy Zack presented the program on cake mixes. Frances Williams gave a report on health and safety and Le Ha Shinn gave a family life report. The eye opener, a Christmas tree cover, was pre sented by Wanda Curtis.' The next meeting will be a luncheon on Nov. 21. Jennie Rutherforc Butz Foresees Stable Prices NEW YORK (AP) -- Agricul- ure Secretary Earl Bulz sale Wednesday he foresaw meat prices remaining stable the rest of this year and possibly declining. As for a rise in food prices of .9 per cenl in Ihe latest monlh y consumer price index, he said it was due to a corn jination of circumstances no body could have forecast -- a "triple whammy," he said on the NBC-TV "Today" program First, a wet spring in mid America delayed planting, then came the driest summer sine 1936 artd finally early frost said Butz. ·He said meat prices shouli remain steady with fairl; heavy slaughter now in prog ress and more slaughter ma even even drop the price somewhat. In the early part of nes year, he said, pork and poultr may become :inore expensive but he said he expected heav slaughter of beef animals t conlinue. Bridge News Genevieve Berg and Thelma Slanforth were first and second place winner at the Community Adult Center bridge party. Other 1 winners were Oscar White, Ernest Von Erdmanns- dorff, Hazel Nipper and Alma Maille, ;_ Anyone 50. years of age or older is invited to attend Ihe activities of the Adult Center, For further information call 4433512. \ Official State jlnspecion fV WED.,THUR5.,FRI.,SAT. HEAVY-DUTY SHOC GUARANTEED FOR AS LONG YOU OWN YOUR CAR 3 DAYS ONLY EACH New shocks Improve your car's rida and handling. K mart fop-of-the-line shocks have a I'/n" piston, 'A " shaft and triple welded mounts with oil- weather fluid (50* below zero lo 300' above). Sizes for most U.S. ears. Shop and save at K mart. AIR ADJUSTABLE SHOCKS SAVE NOW ON O.E.R. SHOCKS KeR. -1.6(1--3 Days 2.88 H«nvyduly sp""3'assist- ed front or r«of shocks. FH most cow. · - - · · · 3 Days Only faf handling *as under overloaded conditions. Adjustable air pressur* keeps car level i fir Stitioit Wtuni. - XsftZZt Light-tfiitr Pick-*», _-,..,--. artotlufCin. OVERLOAD H.D.SHOCKS i?rt- i" «'._'· ^ays 10.88 Original equrpmentrev pTacement shocks for mott U.S. cars. SaveatKmoril 1st Place Winner Rita's Hair Design Institute has just won 1st place in. the 1974 student competition. The competition, sponsored by the Ark. Hairdressers and Cosmetologist Assoc., was open to all cosmetology students in the state. Now Enrolling New Students RITA'S 1689 N. College, Fay. (across from McDonalds) 442-5181 IUUDIU Taffy Apples Choose 16 to 18 medium-sized d apples free of blemishes. 'ash and dry them well. Stick wuoden skewer inlo slem ends apples. Combine 1 cup molas- es or corn syrup, 1 cup sugar, teaspoon vinegar, '/z teaspoon alt, and Vt cup water. Cook Garden Club Has Program On Wild Flowers Flaming Hills Garden Clubi members met Monday afternoon in the home ot Mrs. Lester Ledbetter. Twelve memberi were present. Mrs. Oscar Bass, president; presided over the businesi meeting. Mrs. Grant Roberts, yic president, intoduced Dr. Dwight M. Moore who presented slides of wild flowers found in Arkansas. He stressed the point that if one wants to take wild flower plant's home, one should be surt to leave plenty ot plants to ensure that they don't become extinct. The refreshment table was covered with a white tablecloth with yellow and avocado flow* ers and the centerpiece was * ,owly until small amount irms a hard ball in cold water, ake syrup from heat; stir in tablespoons butler. Add red ake coloring. Holding apple by sewer, dip into hot syrup. Remove and twirl until syrup preads smoothly to slick end. land apples upside down on /axed paper to cool and har- len. Do not candy apples more han a day before you plan to erve them. The coaling cooks he outside and they turn dark F held too long. bowl of marigolds. CRAFT CELLAR Art and Craft ".' Supplies , CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE ; THURSDAY, OCT. U 6:30 TO 9 P.M. Ideas - Demonstrations: 9 N. Block --443-3161 Daily Calendar of Events , Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Kappa Kappa Gamma Mother's Club, Chapter House, 7 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7 : 30 p.m. Goshen Easern Star, Masonic' Hall, 7:30 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio . · roue 3-way radio fccadfpiarterji IB electronics «taoe 1920 320 N. College 443-2322 For Your Prescription Neadi See Us QUAKER DRUG BE. Center-«M2« City Parking Lot In Re»r Friday Rural Builders Holiday Bazaar, Sons Chapel, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous--Women, Ozark Guidance Center, 7 p.m. Manhattan String Quartet, Fine Arts Concert Hall, 8 p.m. Shenvh-Wiliianis helps you do it all-- Hwy. 71B, North ai Rolling Hills Drive in Fayelleville, Ark. 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