2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, September 30, 1977
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A major exhibition of Eastern European art-nouveau objects will be at Ackland Art
Center through Oct. 30. Included are works from the Zsolnay factor at Pecs, graphics
by Jozsef Rippl-Ronai, and decorative arts by Pal Horti. Staff photo by Fred Barbour.
at Hanging Rock
By ZAP BRUECKNER
The rugged, quartzite fortress of rock rises
200 feet straight up from the green forests of
the Sauratown Mountains. While standing
on a jagged ledge, one can look out over
nearby mountains, valleys and even to the
Blue Ridge Mountains farther to the west.
This is Hanging Rock State Park, located
on approximately 5,000 acres in the
Sauratown Mountains of Stokes County,
about 32 miles north of Winston-Salem on
.. N.C. 89, N.C. 8 or N.C. 66.
The park is open for camping and hiking
year round as long as the roads leading to the
park gate are free of ice and snow. ,
The park operates a rough camping area
for groups at the rate of $2.00 a night or 20
cents a person per night (whichever is
higher). Campers can reserve the campsites
by phone or mail. Otherwise the sites are
first-come, first serve.
Hanging Rock offers an adventure in
hiking and rock climbing, although not the
kind that requires rope or special climbing
equipment. To reach the summit of this
particular rock formation, climbers must
crawl up a narrow crevice for 200 feet. Often,
climbers have to wedge their backs on one
wall while pushing against the other with
their feet, hoping the rock is not slippery.
An easily walked trail is provided for those
climbers not so daring and brave. Once on
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The Hanging Rock
top, one finds more rock outcroppings to
Besides mountain climbing, the park
contains several hiking trails, swift running
mountain streams and a few water falls.
The park is only two hours away from the
Chapel Hill area an easy getaway for a
weekend or an afternoon.
For information or reservations, call of
Hanging Rock State Park
Danbury. N.C. 27016
Display of Hungarian art to be on UNC campus next month
The first major exhibition of Eastern
European art-noveau objects in the United
States will be on display through Oct. 30 at
Ackland Art Center.
"Hungarian Art Nouveau" is sponsored
by the Institute for Cultural Relations,
Budapest, and was developed for circulation
by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling
Exhibition Service, with support from the
American Revolution Bicentennial
The most well-known examples of
H ungarian art-nouveau works are presented
with ceramics from the Zsolnay factory at
Pecs, graphics by the Parisian-trained artist
Jozsef Rippl-Ronai, and decorative arts by
Photographs show the manifestation of
the art-nouveau style in architecture and
interiors with emphassis on the works of
Odon Lechner. Text panels provide the
visitor with a brief history of the style's
development in Hungary.
Also included are: sculpture, graphics and
medals from the Hungarian National
Gallery; leather and metal work, ceramics,
glass, tapestries and lace from the Museum
of Applied Arts.
We want to put you
through our mill.
TKO punch a big hit
Nutrition experts across the country are
complaining that college students eat the
wrong foods, which lack nutrition and real
food value. This carries over to the things we
drink. While rum and Coke, for example,
may not offer much in the way of vitamins
and minerals, help is on the way! It's called
TKO Punch. While this delightful drink
won't cure all your ills or give you all the
vitamins you need, it is a delicious,
inexpensive way to get a lot of V itamin C. It's
great for football games or parties. You and
your guests will love it, and if for any
inexplicable reason there is any left over, you
can simply store it in the refrigerator.
and weaver streets
The Old Mill. A Carrboro landmark
for more than seventy-nine years.
Today the Old Mill is Carr Mill
Shopping Village. We've preserved
the heritage and atmosphere of the
Old Mill while bringing you a
unique shopping experience. Put
yourself through Carr Mill, visit
our new stores and shops. Carr Mill
Shopping Village, come see us
Harris Teeter Fbods, Revco Drugs, Bird In Hand, Ltd.
Crazy Horse, Doofinkey's, Foto Express, Foxglove,
Growin' Green, Head Over Heels, Knockarounds,
McGinty's Sports Shop, Remnants of the Mill, The
Tin Ceiling, This End Up, College Cafe, Bizzy Bee,
Harvey's Warehouse, Mack's Variety, Hosanna
House Restaurant, Old Mine, Cook's Bazaar, Snack
k. in Carr Mill
of quality plants
from small to large.
BUY A 6" PLANT AND
GET A $4.50 COCONUT
BASKET FOR $2.50
you'll find the
as well as the
Bob & Deb Baucom
"We give advice gladly."
Bv CARL FOX
Ingredients for TKO Punch: One fifth
Ronrico Light Rum, one half gallon Grape
Hawaiian Punch, preferably made from
mix, one quart orange juice, eight oz.
Holland House or Giroux grenadine syrup,
four oz. lime juice (fresh or Realime), one to
two cups sugar.
Make the Grape Hawaiian Punch or use
canned. Combine it with orange juice, lime
juice and grenadine in a one and a half gallon
container. Stir and add one cup of sugar.
Once sweetened, add the remaining rum and
sweeten slightly more than preferred. Add
sufficient quantity of ice and serve when
NOTE: To accommodate a one gallon
container, reduce the amount of Hawaiian
Punch by a few ounces and add
proportionately less sugar and no ice.
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