Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 20, 1974 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 20, 1974
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Tuesday, August 20, HOPfe (ARK.) STAR Page three Balding-Rogers rites read MRS. ROY LEE ROGERS Miss Desi Denise Bolding and Roy Lee Rogers exchanged marriage vow.s at ten in the morning, Saturday. August 3, in the Riverside Church of Christ in Lafayette, La. A reception followed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fusilier, Broussard, La. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Benson H. Bolding of Broussard," La. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rogers of Patmos are parents of the bridegroom. Brother Robert LeCroix officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Emily Swanson, vocalist from Baton Rouge, La. provided nuptial music. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, J. Borden Golden of Baslrop, Lav wore a white crepe floor length gown accented with a pleated bodice and high lace collar. The empire waistline was trimmed with a wide white velvet ribbon. The pleated bishop sleeves were complemented by wide cuffs of beau d'ange lace. She wore a chapel length veil of illusion attached to a camelot cap of lace and pearls. She carried a bridal bouquet of red baby roses encircled with ' baby's breath. Serving her sister as maid of honor was Miss Debi Kay Bolding. She wore a long empire gown of yellow which featured puffed sleeves and a ruffled collar. A band of white lace embroidered with yellow flowers adorned the waistline. She wore a yellow picture hat and carried one long stemmed yellow rose. Bridesmaids were, Peggy Kirkpatrick and Dela Lynn Bolding, also sister of the bride. They were attired similar to the maid of honor. Alisa Ann Smith was flower girl. Jimmy Swiney of Lafayette, La. served the groom as best man. Groomsmen were Russell Broussard, Raymond Girouard, both of Broussard, La. Ushers were Emile Garcia and Byron Degeyter, also of Broussard. Scott Daspit was ring bearer. The bride's mother wore a floor length brown and white knit dress with fitted bodice and long sleeves. She had matching accessories and wore a white daisy corsage. Mrs. Rogers, mother of the bridegroom wore a powder blue long knit dress with a V- neckline and A-line skirt. She wore blue accessories and a corsage of blue and white daisies. When the couple left on a wedding trip to points in Texas the bride wore a blue and white knit pantsuit. They will be at home in Lafayette, La. upon their return. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rogers of Patmos; Mr. and Mrs. Borden Golden of Bastrop, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Daspit of St. Martinsville; Mrs. Barbara Newstrom and Mr. and Mrs. William Newstrom of New Iberia, La.; and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Garner and Debra De Vito all of Parma, Ohio were out-of-town guests at the Bolding-Rogers wedding. Hospital Notes BRANCH HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Janelle Hunter, Mrs. Dorothy Jansen, both of Hope. DISMISSED: Tom Gaines, McCaskill; Mrs. Janelle Hunter, Olin Lewis, George Stroud, all of Hope. GENERAL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Myrtle Collins, Mrs. Clyde Messer, Karl Witt, Mrs. Terry Becherer, Patty House, Mrs. Olen Williams, Mrs. Carrol Yocom, Mrs. Joyce Graham, all of Hope; Mrs. Jerry Wayne Kern, Fulton. DISMISSED: Lawrence Whithead and Ben Downs, both of Hope; Mrs. Grady Williams, Emmet; Faye Brown and Mrs. Ronald Murphy both of Prescott; George Thomason, Texarkana. Women*s news dff»* Annette RoftPt* Phone 777>&4tl Between « cMli. wirf 4 i>Jrt. Monday l^ru frfrtov All Aboard for Tex-Mex Calendar of events NOTICE: Hope Country Club swimming pool will be open to members from 1 to 6 p.m. through Labor Day, September 2. 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 urged 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 The Arts and Crafts Association will meet Tuesday, August 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kountry Kitchen of club member Jerry Jones. All members are invited and refreshments will be served. Emmet Women's Bowling Association will have a special meeting Tuesday, August 20 at the Gaslite 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. Thursday, August 22 Bingo will be played Thursday, August 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the Catholic Parish Hall. ($1 per card.) Ladies Bridge Luncheon will be held at the Country Club, Thursday, August 22 at 12 noon. For reservations call, 9944 or 8598. Friday, August 23 Hope Country Club will have a dance (live band, small cover charge) on Friday, August 23 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. All members and their guests are invited. There will also be a band on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, starting at 8 p.m. Miss Rhodes guest of church group Jennifer Rhodes, a member of the A Capella Choir at Harding College showed slides of the choir's recent trip to Europe at a meeting of Group 5, First United Methodist Church. Miss Rhodes gave an interesting talk about her stay in Russia. Mrs. Dale Flowers, who was in charge of the program, arranged for Miss Rhodes' appearance. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Herman Smith with Mrs. Matt McCauley as co- hostess. Mrs. Lee Still opened the meeting with prayer, then conducted a short business session. Reports were heard from the various committees. A dessert, coffee, and cokes were served to 13, including one new member, Mrs. Oris Thornton, and guest, Jennifer Rhodes. By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor A young Texas woman, now living and working in New York, told us that when she was a teen-ager and brought home friends for supper, her mother often made their favorite Tex-Mex main dish — spaghetti topped with tomato-meat sauce to which cheddar cheese, stuffed green olives and corn were added. When we asked for the recipe she sent it along saying that her mother had contributed it to "Chapel wood Cooks," a cookbook published a dozen years ago by the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Chapelwood Methodist Church in Houston. When we tried the following adaptation of the dish hi our own kitchen half a dozen tasters, from parts of the country other than Texas, thoroughly enjoyed it. Why the adaptation? Because in the original version the onions and pepper were ground and red onions were used. We opted for chopping the vegetables (a simpler method) and for using regular onions because they are less expensive and more widely available than the red variety. TEX-MEX SPAGHETTI DISH 2 tablespoons salad oil 2 medium onions, finely chopped 1 large green pepper, finely chopped 1 pound ground round beef 10%-ounce can condensed tomato soup, undiluted 7-ounce can whole-kernel corn, drained 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon prepared mustard % to % cup sliced pimiento- stuffed green olives 2 cups grated (medium-fine) cheddar cheese, slightly packed (% pound) 8-ounce package spaghetti 1 tablespoon butter or margarine MIGHTY GOOD EATING—This spaghetti dish has a tomato-meat sauce that is enlivened with corn, stuffed green olives and cheese. bubbling around edges and thoroughly hot in center — about 35 minutes. Sprinkle with remaining cheese and return to In a 10-inch skillet heat the oil; add the onion and pepper and cook gently, stirring often, until tender-crisp — about 10 minutes. Add beef; cook, mashing beef with the tines of a fork to crumble, until meat loses its red color. Remove from heat. Add the soup, corn, Worcestershire, mustard, olives and about half of the cheese; mix well. Cook spaghetti according to package directions, using the amount of boiling water and salt called for; drain. Add the butter and toss well. Turn into a buttered 3-quart oblong glass baking dish (13% by 8% by W* inches) or similar utensil. Spoon meat sauce over the spaghetti; bake, uncovered, until oven until it melts—a few minutes. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Golf winners named Lockett, Ernestine Bray, Velda Seamans and Jerri Pruden; Low Putts: Lois Webb. Others attending were from Hope Mae Wassell, Helen Beatty and Corinne Gladney. Coming and going Mrs. George Hutson of Waco arrived Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Baker and Mrs. Speedy Hutson. Mrs. Jewel Moore Sr. and Mrs. Kennie McKee have gone to Moore, Okla. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burton and Brad. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shaw, Sherry and Steven have returned from a vacation trip to Virginia Beach, Va. and Arlington, Va. They also went to Washington D.C. where they attended retirement ceremonies for Commander Boyd F. Swartz, U.S. Navy. The Shaws and Swartzs flew to Hawaii for a week's vacation. John C. Hill and daughter Lynne from Palo Alto, Calif, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Clyde Hill. Saenger THEATRE TONITE-WEDNESDAY THE AIL«! SHOWTIME 7:15 Shower compliments bride-elect Hope Women's Golf Association members attended Play Day, Tuesday, August 13, at Northridge Country Club in Texarkana, Texas. Winners in their foursomes were: Low Gross: Martha Smith; Low Net: Janice c No dinner at the captain's table DEAR ABBY: My husband is 49, a wonderful man in all respects, and I love him dearly. I am 43, but I'm told I look a lot younger. Not to brag, but I'm also attractive. Living in our apartment building is a handsome, 40-year-old Army captain. (He's a bachelor.) My husband travels a lot, and this bachelor told me if I ever got bored or lonely when my husband is away, I should call him and he will invite me over for a gourmet dinner. (He belongs to a gourmet club and loves to cook.) So far I haven't taken him up on it, but I've thought about it. I've been a faithful wife all these years and have no intentions of being otherwise. I told my husband about this captain's invitation, and he said: "I don't like the idea. It's not that 1 don't trust you, but I wouldn't trust any man alone with a beautiful woman. Also, I don't want to give the neighbors anything to gossip about." Abby, shouldn't a woman my age be allowed to do what she wants to do? ON THE FENCE DEAR ON: A woman of any age should be allowed to do what she wants to do. However, even though the captain's "gourmet dinner" is 100 per cent kosher, and he has a good conduct medal to match yours, if your husband doesn't like the idea, don't pursue it. » you're lonely in your husband s absence, get off the fence and go with a group. There s safety in numbers. DE AR ABBY- I've often considered writing to you about this, but then I would think: "It's too silly!" Now. I've had We share a duplex house with two of the warmest, kindest people in the world. They are always so nuv Thai s the trouble, they are TOO nice! When the mister cuts his grass.he cuts ours, too I know this is silly, but it bugs me. I LIKE to cut my own grass! By Abigail Van Buren c, 1974 by Chicago Tribunt-N. Y. News Synif., Inc. I've told him not to bother, that I would do it in the evening, but then he says: "That's all right. I already have my lawn mower out." Abby, I've gone out and started mowing my lawn, and he has the nerve to come over, shut my mower off and say: "Now, you go tend your baby, and let me do this." (They have no children and are quite a bit older than we are.) Abby, 1 truly like this sweet old neighbor, but he is carrying a good deed too far. How can I tell him? KEEP OFF THE GRASS Miss Billye Jean Bolton of Prescott, bride-elect of Rodney Burke of Hope was complimented with a miscellaneous bridal shower last Monday night at the community room at the Bank of Prescott. Hostesses for the occasion were Mesdames, Howard Taylor, Billy Martin, Curtis Johnson, James Stockton, Tommy Bryson, Harold Abbott and Hansel Herring. The honoree wore a corsage of white carnations and her mother, Mrs. Bill Bolton and her fiance's mother, Mrs. Carl Burke each wore corsages of pink carnations. After Miss Bolton opened her gifts and displayed them, refreshments were served. Approximately sixty guests were served wedding bell shaped mints, nuts, and pink punch and individual cake squares embossed in the bride- elect's chosen colors of pink and burgandy. The floral arrangement, which centered the tea table was of pink carnations, daisies and agapanthas interspersed with burgandy hearts and greenery. Out-of-towti guests were, Mrs. Neil Barwick of Hope, Mrs. Marguerite Williams of Ross ton and Mrs. Minnie Ella Schmitt of I-aneburg. FULL CURTAIN GOING UP ON ACT 111 LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP Here's the Answer DEAR KEEP: Tell him that you WANT to cut your own grass because you NEED the exercise. Now what warm, kind, sweet old neighbor would deprive you of your exercise? DEAR ABBY: A reader signed "Angry" asks: "Do I have a right to complain?" Her question caused me to recall what the late William Ernest Hocking wrote in his Types of Philosophy: "Anyone can complain, but to see precisely what is wrong is a gift; accurate diagnosis comes from a unique power of vision and indicates the likelihood of an equally unique capacity to remedy the fault." Abby, you have both! ARTHUR H. PRINCE DEAR MR. PRINCE: 1 liked the quote, but jeepers, what an extravagant compliment! Isn't there enough inflation in the world without adding another swelled head? Problems? You'll feel belter 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, pleat.e. For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-agers Want to Know," send SI to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr.. Beverly Hills. Cal 90121 By ANDY LANG AP Newsfeatures Q. — I will be painting the outside of my house soon. I have painted inside rooms in the past, but this will be my first job of this kind. I have seen so many conflicting viewpoints on the kind of weather during which a house can be painted that I am a little confused. For instance, just the other day I saw one newspaper article that said not to paint when the humidity is very high, and the very same day I saw a magazine story that said it was all right to paint on damp days. Which is correct and can you give me any additional information on when to paint? A. — It is likely that the two stories were about two different kinds of paint. When using an oil-based paint, you should not work during a high-humidity day or when there is a film of moisture on the surface of the house. But it is all right to paint on that kind of day if you are using a latex paint. For either type of paint, do not work if the temperature is below 50 degrees Fahrenheit or above 95 degrees. It is even more important that this rule be followed when you are using latex patnt. The label on the can of paint will tell you the normal drying time if you plan un a second coat, but humid weather can delay the drying period. Test the first coat by touch before you put on another. When it is thoroughly dry, it is firm to the touch and not even the tiniest bit sticky. Q. — I am buying a house and want to get a $20,000 mortgage. The savings bank I do business with says the interest rate will be 9% per cent. I thought I read somewhere that the rate on a conventional mortgage could not be more than 8 per cent. Why is the bank allowed to charge 9Vz per cent? A. — Interest rates on conventional mortgages (that is, those not insured by the Federal Housing Administration and the Veterans Administration) vary according to the state in which you live. The usury rate for home loans in your state permits 9Vz per cent interest, so the bank is within the law. There are a few states where the maximum rate allowed is 8 per cent, but most states permit higher rates. Even though you do business with a particular bank, remember that you can shop around for a mortgage. Where your credit rating is exceptionally good, you can sometimes get a slightly lower rate of interest. Keep b.ikmj.: •>uda hanjj in [he kiuhen. It makes .1 ^nuil e\- liniHiishei for please lues, thai rna> Mare up while Looking. Lewis McLarty For College or Career CHECK THESE DOTS Two piece pantsuit in brown or black with white dotted pants and coordi nated plaid jacket. Polyester knit. /es 8 20

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