Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 16, 1974 · Page 3
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fage Hi fee Friday, August 16, 19?4 HOt*fc (AUK.) STAR sewing with sheers Clyde Davis photo Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Ray Barker Vicki Orr bride of Jackie Barker There's a wonderful variety of sheer fabrics to sew this season, Here are several hints that will make your sheer garment as pretty as it deserves to be. Wanda Williams, county Extension agenUhome economics, says to place the sheer fabric on felt or a sheet over the table in order to make cutting easier. If the sheer is very slippery, it may be necessary to baste the edges of the folded fabric. Pin the pattern to the fabric using silk pins placed within the seam allowance. Use a No. 11 needle (No. 9 for chiffon) and 12 to 15 stitches per inch when constructing your garment. When sewing eyelet or lace, place tissue between the fabric and the pressure foot to prevent the foot from catching in the open work, or use a roller pressure foot. For soft sheers, such as chiffon, pin or baste the tissue between the fabric and the feed dog. Seams for sheers should be completely finished. One of the nicest ways is the French seam: With wrong sides together, stitch a %-inch seam. Trim to Vs-inch and press open. Fold right sides together and press again, so that seam is now on the edge of the fold. Stitch a second seam V4-inch from the fold, encasing the seam allowances. Hems may vary according to the garment style and the fabric type. For printed sheer or lace, trim all but ^inch of the hem allowance. Cut bias strips from plain sheer, 3 inches wide and enough to go around the hem. Join the strips. With right sides together, sew the strips to the hem line with ¥<inch seam. Press the bias strips to the wrong side placing the seam V4-inch from the fold. Turn under the raw edge and slip stitch. For a soft sheer, a rolled hem is attractive. Stay stitch V«-inch from the the hem edge and trim close to the stitching. Roll the hem twice, making the finished width Vs-inch; slip stitch. With these tips in mind, you should be able to sew and enjoy the beautiful nostalgic looks for today's fashion. Before you sign any kind of credit agreement the store must give you the credit cost in annual percentage terms to comply with the Federal Truth-in-Lending Law. To make a topping for coffee cake baked in a 9-inch square pan, mix % cup sugar, l-3rd cup flour, % teaspoon cinnamon and V 4 cup soft butter. FRAN GALLOWAY, 19, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A.A. Galloway is vocal so o talent winner, holding first place in the S ate of Arkansas and first place in a five-state regional competition for the Assemblies ol God churches. She will be competing for national winner on Aug. 22-23 in Springfield, Mo A reception will be given in her honor from 7 to 9 p.m. August 19 in the church fellowship hall. Miss Galloway's father is pastor of the First Assembly of God church in Hope. Vicki Lynn Orr and Jackie Ray Barker exchanged marriage vows at seven o'clock Friday evening, August 9, at Unity Baptist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Orr and Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Mayfield, all of Hope. The Rev. Gordon Renshaw officiated at the ceremony. Music was by organist, Cindy Schneiker of Hope and soloist Barbara Beard of Arkadelphia, who sang "The Wedding Song" and "Whither, Thou Goest." : The altar was decorated with baskets of gladiolas and greenery centered around a two-tier candelabra. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of antique satin and lace fashioned by her mother. The bodice was made of satin, covered with lace and featured a sweetheart neckline. The Aline skirt of satin was covered with organza and trimmed in lace appliques with scalloped lace around the hemline. The sheer puffed sleeves were trimmed with cuffs of satin and scalloped lace, and the chapel length train was made of satin and organza trimmed with lace appliques and scalloped lace around hemline. A three-tier veil of silk illusion was held in place by a bandeau of lace. The bride's bouquet was a cascade of yellow and white miniature carnations. Her only jewelery w a s a gold locket of her mother's. Charla Blakley of Arkadelphia was maid of honor, and Debbie Impson of Hope was bridesmaid. They wore long blue floral dresses of voile, with wide brimmed hats trimmed with blue ribbons. They carried nosegays of yellow and white miniature carnations. Mark Pendergraft and Donny Hughes of Hope served as best man- and groomsman. Ushers were Ricky Orr, brother of the bride; and Dwayne Mayfield, brother of the groom. The Bride's mother wore a floor length blue dress with a yellow orchid at her shoulder. The groom's mother wore a aqua blue floor length dress ,with a white orchid. ... ,i A reception followed the ceremony in the education building of the church. The bride's table was covered with a white cloth and a white net overlay. The large centerpiece was of yellow, and white carnations and blue baby's breath, flanked with blue candles. Assisting in serving the three- tiered cake, punch, nuts and mints were Judy Thomas of Mena, Rhonda Barker, sister of the groom, Cindy Ricketts of Gurdon, and Sherrie Mur- burger of Arkadelphia. Registering guests at the brides book was Nancy East, cousin of the bride. After a short wedding trip to Northern Arkansas, the couple will be at home at 306 W. Ave. B in Hope. REHEARSAL DINNER Prior to the Orr-Barker wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Mayfield honored the members of the wedding party with a rehearsal dinner at the Town and Country Restaurant. The couple chose this time to present their attendants with their gifts. Follow up on offers to the widow By Abigail Van Buren S 1»7< br ChluBO Trlbon«-N. Y. Ntws Synd., Inc. DEAR ABBY: I am a 44-year-old widow with three children-two teen-aged boys and a daughter 12. My husband died last year after a lingering illness that nearly put us in the poorhouse. I am not destitute, but 1 have to be a very good manager to make ends meet. My problem: At his funeral, friends and family hovered around me, expressing their sincere ^P 8 *?/,*"* ^^ thing I heard from ALL of them was: 'If you need an Abby S i nSEVERYTHING! I need someone to take an interest in two teen-aged boys who have no father. I need someone to cheer me up when I'm feeling low. I need someone to dress up for. I need someone to get me out of the house and invite me to a movie, a bridge game, a play, a concert, or an evening of conversation so I will know I m alive A widow needs everything any other normal woman needs, but she can't call up her friends and ask them for ^Pleasf print this, Abby. Maybe someone who has made this offer to some widow somewhere will see it and pick up the phone and ask her what By Abigail Van Buren iW by CHItago Tribunt-N. Y. News Synd., Inc. 1 was married (two years ago) and refused when my friends offered to have a shower for me. I had a planned elopement and didn't soak one person for a present. I have been told that if you're invited to a shower, you must send a gift whether you come or not. How does one courteously reply to a nervy shower invitation for someone she hasn't seen in nine years? Please answer in your column, Abby. I'm sure I'm not the only one with this problem. SICK OF SHOWERS DEAR SICK: There IB no "law" which compels you to send a gift if you decline a shower invitation. Simply decline, and don't feel obligated to give a present to someone you "hardly know" or haven't seen in nine years. DEAR FRIEND: Consider it done. If this awakens some of your sleeping friends, let me know, DEAR ABBY: I hate showers! I am 27 years old, and didn't use to feel this way, but enough is enough. Lately 1 have been invited to showers for girls I hardly know some of whom I haven't seen since I got out of high school. Opening presents in front of everyone' to publicize how "generous" (or "cheap") the doners are rubs me the wrong *1 —Support your local merchants, ji. W/SAGE Bride honored at shower ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H RCERV NOTICE . Feeling like the last roast of summer? By this time you're probably tired of hamburgers and chicken. Instead, barbecue a fresh thuringer, say home economists for Union Carbide s Food Science Institute. Give the thuringer a preliminary scalding, then cook it to a turn on your outdoor grill . Back to school means back to the lum-Ubox. A hearty salami sandwich with '> slices of enriched bread is great for body building. It contains 24 grams of protein, almost half of the daily requirement. And for a little spirit lifting on that first day back, tuck in a funny note anil a candy surprise . By now, you know that a winner in the National Sane wu-hC'o.itest^us the Big r rank Reuben, but hu\e you tried It' Split a. skinless frank ami place it split side u|>. on toasted rye bread Top with a tablespoon of thousand island dressing. tablespoons sauerkraut and a slice of Swiss cheese. Close sandwich with another slice o tuasted rye. wrap in It'll, uiul bake at 350 degrees for 1.0 minutes A wedding shower for Sheryl Latcham was held recently in the home of Mrs. John Gambs with Mrs. Harold Potter as co- hostess. Twenty-six persons attended, including two special out-of- town guests—Mrs. Roger Hallum and daughter, Linda, from Albert Lea, Minn. Flowers for the table carried out the bride's chosen colors of pink and orchid,. Pink and white daisies, orchid carnations, and baby's breath made up the centerpiece which was flanked by orchid candles. Pink punch, and pink and orchid petit fours were served. A orchid and pink carnation corsage was presented to Miss Latcham; a white and pink carnation corsage was presented to her mother, Mrs. E.G. Latcham; and an orchid and white carnation corsage was presented to Mrs. Pendergraft, the bridegroom's mother. DAIRY QUEEN (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) IS HAVING A SPECIAL ON BANANA SPLITS FOR THREE WHOLE DAYS-THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (AUG. 15, 16, & 17) Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: John Holt, Mrs. John Robins, Mrs. Bob Tolleson, Mrs. Forrest Hairr all of Hope. Mrs. Randle Miles, Prescott. Virgil Sanders, Saratoga. William Smith, Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Jimmy Anderson, McNab. DISMISSED: Deborah Impson, Mrs. Myrtle O'Rorke, Mrs. Martin Cox, Henry O'Steen, Mrs. Preston Funk, John Wright, Mrs. Donna Mitchell and baby boy, all of Hope. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson, baby boy, August 15. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Vivian Dudley and George Stroud both of Hope. Tom P. Gaines, McCaskill. Mrs. Glenda McCoy, Nashville. DISMISSED: O.C. Hindnian, Fulton. Jesse Yarborough, Hope. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dudley, baby girl, August 15. FOR ONLY SO HURRY ON DOWN AND JOIN THE GANG! •• Hours Open Monday, thru Thursday— 10 a.m. til 10 p.m. Friday thru Saturday—10 a.m. til 11 p.m. Sunday—1 p.ni. til 9 p.m. Dairy Queen 917IAST3RD '^•••^ HOPI,ARK, WANAOIR- mm CATO^OWNIR- DONAID SMITH Women's news Calendar of events August 12-18 Revival services will be held August 12-18 at the Providence Missionary. Baptist Church 10 miles South of Hope on highway 29. Evangelist Jack Bloxom of Conway will be leading services each morning at 10:30 and at 7:30 each night. Bennie Tiner, pastor extends an invitation to the public to attend. Thursday, August 15 Hope Chapter No. 328 O.E.S. will have an initiation at their regularly stated meeting, Thursday, August 15, at 7:30 in the Masonic Lodge building. All members are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. On August 15, at 7:30 p.m., the W.M.U. is sponsoring a gathering at the home of Mrs. Barry (Lynda) Wilson, 322 North Pine. The purpose of the meeting is to help members and prospective members become familiar with the functions of Baptist Women and to discuss the formation of new Baptist Women groups. Saturday, August 17 The Elks will have a special dance on Saturday, August 17. Recording artist, "Mike Wiggins" and "The Four Aces" will play. For reservations call 772-9122. Guests are welcome. Card Night (Bridge and Pitch) will be Saturday, August 17. Host couples will be Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fouse and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wylie. **™#* vations call 777-4226 or 777-2786. August 18-23 Guernsey Baptist Church will have revival services August 18-23 at 7:30 each night. Evangelist will be Charlie Jones of Brazoria, Tex. formerly pastor of Immanuel Church in Hope. Song director will be Luther Lamb and the pastor is Kenneth Anthony. Everyone is welcome and are ur^ed to attend. August 18-25 Columbus Baptist Church, Curtis Zachry, pastor will have revival services August 18-25 at 7:30 each night. Rev. John Holsten, pastor and John Starr, music director both of First Baptist Church Nashville will be leading the services. All friends and especially former members of the church are invited to attend. Tuesday, August 20 Emmet Women's Bowling Association will have a specia meeting Tuesday, August 20 at the Gaslile Bowl at 6:15 p.m. for the purpose of electing the new officers for the year. Garrett Memorial Baptist Church will have their annual church picnic at the Douglas Building, Tuesday, August 20 at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 21 Hope Counsel of Garden Club will meet at the Chamber of Commerce at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, August 21. DEAR ABBY: I am 22, single and fairly attractive. I don't have to elaborate on how difficult it is for a young lady to find a respectable, intelligent, employed, single man } these days. | The problem is, I seem to have found one, but he is seeing another girl. He has dated me a few times, but I feel so guilty about the other girl. Abby, I don't want to be the cause of their breaking up. Should I continue to see him? Or should I drop the whole thing before it gets started? LOST DEAR LOST: If he wants to break off with the other girl, theirs couldn't be much of a love match. Since you didn't deliberately set out to lure him away, there is no reason to feel guilty. If you wait for a man who is not seeing anyone, you could wait a long time. CONFIDENTIAL TO "SICK OF ALL THAT SEX IN YOUR COLUMN": Sorry, but lately, every other letter that lands on my desk has to do with sex. I invite people to write to me about their problems, and these are then- problems. Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A., Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope, please. For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-agers Want to Know," send SI to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Cal. 90121. Coming and going Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lloyd and sons, Chris and Craig, have returned to their home in Tyler, Tex. after several days visit in Hot Springs and Hope. While in Hope they visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Lloyd and Mr. and .Mrs. Rufus Herndon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Maryman have returned from a weeks visit in Augusta, Georgia with Maj. (R) and Mrs. Joseph N. Miciotto and family. Mrs. Carl Robart has returned home from a visit in Smackover with her niece Mrs. Joe F. Gunn and Mr. Gunn, while in Smackover a coffee was given for her. Mrs. Robarts also visited in El Dorado with Mr. and Mrs. William C. Nolan Jr. and family. 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