Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 21, 1974 · Page 3
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Wednesday, August 21, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAR Page Three ,.>< Kaihryn Trimble Murphree weds „.* . •«" Miss Kathryh Trimble Murphree and John Clarke Sanderson exchanged wedding vows at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Athens, 0, on August 3 in a morning service celebrated by the Rev. William G. Black, Cincinnati, and the Rev. Frank Cronin. Her parents are Dr. and Mrs. I.L. Mur^ phree, and he is the son of Mrs. William Sanderson, Waynesville, N.C. and the late Mr. Sanderson. The bride's grandmother is Mrs. F.V, Trimble, Hope, Ark. who attended the wedding with T. David Trimble, Washington, Ark. a cousin of the bride. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a long, white swiss dress edged with double rows of lace at the hem, on the empire waistline, at the bottom of the long sleeves, at the standing collar, and around the deep organdy yoke. Her handkerchief veil fell from a circlet of white split carnations and baby's breath. She carried white sweetheart roses and miniature carnations with baby's breath. The processional music, "Bach's Variations on a Theme by Hayden," was played by George A. Weckman, organist. Attending the bride were her sister Emily, maid of honor; Miss Mary Zwirnef, Boston, Mass., Mrs. Michael Dorkd, Chapel Hill, N.C., and Miss Carolyn Ogram, Columbus. The attendants were identically gowned in floor length, polished cotton floral prints With short puffed sleeves and gathered bodices above empire waistlines. They wore wide- brimmed white straw hats and carried bouquets, which matched their gowns, of lavender, light blue, yellow and white daisies with baby's breath and ivy streamers. Richlyn Holt, Chapel Hill, N.C., was best man. Groomsmen were Stephen Brown, Mark Parris, both of Waynesville, and Robert Murphree, brother of the bride. Thomas Jennings served as acolyte. Following the marriage service a reception was held in Stewart at a historical Athens County house the bride's parents are restoring. Mrs. Edward Stone greeted guests at the door, A silver epergne with flowers repeating the maids' bouquets was centered on the table in the dining room. Mrs. W.L. Claybrook, Gloucester, Va., and Mrs. Claude McClure, Waynesville, N.C. aunts of the groom, served the flower- topped, tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Malcolm Gilchrist, Gulf Breeze, Fla., cousin of the bride, poured coffee at a silver service. Mrs. Troy Organ, Mrs. Sheppard Black, and Mrs. June Hosteller served punch from silver bowls on side tables. Miss Deborah Powers, Greensboro, N.C., and Miss Susan Pinkerton, Raleigh, N.C., were at the guest book in the living room. After an East Coast wedding trip the couple are at home in Gary, N.C. She is a pediatric nurse at Wake Memorial Hospital, Raleigh, and he is a teacher and coach in the Wake County school system. Both are graduates of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. gOOOOPBOOOOOQQOOOOOODGOOOQBOOPPOOOOCXSOOOOOOOOOQOOOe MISS LINDA KAY MONK Monk- Thompson engagement told Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Monk of Hope announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Kay to Nathan Charles Thompson, son of Mrs. Era Thompson of Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Monk is a 1969 graduate of Yerger High School. Her fiance' is a 1966 graduate of Santa Monica, Calif. High School. The wedding will be solemnized on August 24 at the Church of God in Christ with Elder O.N. Dennis officiating. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Should she conveniently "forget" the Pill? By Abigail Van Buren :c 1974 by Chicago Tribune-N. Y. News Synd., Inc. DEAR ABBY: John and I have been married for 14 months. He had a 3-year-old son by a previous marriage. We had no trouble getting custody of the boy because his mother didn't want him. (She hasn't come to see him once.) 1 am 29 and John is 35, and I want to have a child of our own. John's son, whom I honestly couldn't love more if I had given birth to him, would dearly love a little brother or sister, and I desperately want one, but John says no. His excuses are lame. ("The world is in such a sorry state, we shouldn't increase the population now. We have one healthy, normal child now, why press our luck?") I am on the pill, and could conveniently "forget" to take it a few mornings, but I hate to be dishonest. If I were to get pregnant, he couldn't force me to have an abortion, and I'm sure that after the child was born he would grow to love it like he loves his son. Please help me sort out my feelings, Abby. TORN IN CHICAGO DEAR TORN: About your scheme to "conveniently forget" the pill: Forget it. (The scheme, not the pill.I Ideally, you and John should get some counseling together. Most clergymen are well equipped; also Chicago has many expert marriage counselors. If John refuses to go, you can't force him, but do go alone. You need some sound, objective counseling to help you resolve this knotty problem DEAR ABBY: A writer was unhappy about her flat chest and asked you whether breast implants were considered deceitful and therefore sinful in the eyes of the Lord. You suggested that she ask her clergyman for a ruling. 1 disagree. Every clergyman cannot keep abreast of new developments in plastic surgery; some clergymen are big busts as advisers on these points. The writer should look behind her breast —where her heart is —for the answer. Whom is she trying to deceive or please? "Capping" one's teeth for cosmetic reasons has been an accepted practice for years. Are teeth more important to beauty than breasts'? BEVERLY HILLS M.D DEAR M.D.: Only to those who have trouble keeping their mouths shut. CONFIDENTIAL TO SHIRLEY: I agree. Something is wrong. Maybe he gave at the office. 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 booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send SI to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Laskv Dr., Beverly Hills, Cttl. 90212. 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. NOTICE: Hope Country Club swimming pool will be open to Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Mable Newton, Mrs. Juanita Hart, Mrs. Gary Wayne Sanders, Lahroy Spates, Charles Muldrew, W.C. Adney, Rev. George Hooten, A.O. Smith, Mrs. Bama Ross, Mrs. Calvin C. Heald, Mrs. Richard J. Ramsey, all of Hope; Mrs. Dennis Walters, Mrs. Delma Egger, Prescott; Mrs. Ed Willis, Blevins; Mrs. Austin Cox, Patmos; Julius Green, Washington; Mrs. Elsie Herring, Bodcaw. DISMISSED: Mrs. Terry Becherer, Mrs. Robert Hawthorne, both of Hope; Mrs. Jimmy Anderson, McNab. NEW ARRIVALS Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walters, Prescott, boy born August 20. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wayne Sanders, Hope, boy born August 20. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Janelle Hunter, Cecil Coleman, Mrs. Nina Anthony and Dutch York, all of Hope. DISMISSED: Jimmy Richie, Hope. COOKING IS FUN Treat the Family to Chicken Stew Chicken Stew 2 (S'a to 3'--pound) fryers, cut up 1 thicken Imuilion cube 'i teaspoons suit 1 bay leaf '/4 teaspoon thyme leaves 5 cups water 3 cups celery, cut in 3-inch strips 2 cups carrots, cut in S-iiK'h strips 12 small white unions i about "i pound) '3 cup corn starch 1 cup water l j lacu chick'-n pici L-S, buuil- lori cube. salt, li.iy k-.il. Injnu and water in a. lar^e ki-ltlf. Bring to bull letluci- heat alul summer, cuveied. 3u miiiuli.-.-. Add celfjy. cairut!' and cm- lulus; smiiuc-r cu\.>icd. ab..iat 10 mhiUlf.i ur uiuil s <•$!.< t c bU-r- aif u-iuif i Mix mi n .-l.ii'-l. and \\ul.-i . .-Ill iMu '-I.:. !•:•[. inixtuit Bnnj- tu li-.il -'•: MII;; cuii.-tiaiitlv -mil I..,.I 1 minute. Alaki o 4 .-•ivni^: members from 1 to 6 p.m. through Labor Day, September 2. 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 irembers and their guests are invited,.,There will also be a bami-igftTuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, starting at 8 p.m. Saturday, August 24 Hope Country Club members will have a hamburger and family bingo Saturday, August 24, beginning at 7 p.m. For reservations, which must be in by noon Saturday, piease call 3778, 3550 or 9944. Sunday, August 25 Oak Grove United Methodist Church will observe homecoming Sunday, August 25. Services will begin at 11 a.m. with a sermon by the pastor, the Rev. Ray Bates. Dinner will be served at noon and singing will be the program for the afternoon. The annual Loe reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 25 at the American Legion Hut in Prescott. Members and friends are invited to attend, to bring a covered dish, and to enjoy a day of visiting, good food and entertainment. Coming and going Dr. Jimmy Chambless and his wife Dr. Martha Chambless, who are both on the staff of "Ole Miss" in Oxford, Miss, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reese Chambless. Major W.D. (Billy Don) Thomason and children, Karl, Charlotte and Kurt from Ft. Riley, Kan. were recent guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Thomason. Also visiting the Thomasons were their daughter Mrs. John (Elaine) Deaton, Mr. Deaton and John Scott and Tarra from Ft. Smith. This week, M-Sgt. (ret.) and Mrs. Henry A. Long and family, and nephew master Rene' Martinez, all of New Orleans, La., accompanied by Miss Antonia Maria Caparros-Martinez of Garrucha, Almeria, Spain are visiting Mrs. Johnie Ferguson and the Hansford Long family. While here they have enjoyed a boating and skiing trip to Lake Greeson and a trip to Hot Springs and points of interest. Miss Caparros-Martinez's brother Andres Caparros-Martinez, although not yet known in this country, is a well-known recording artist in Spain, and she brought with her several of his records to be enjoyed. He lives in Barcelona, Spain. Breakfast: The Cooler, The Better C ool it at the start of a warm .Summer day with a breakfast that promises to give you energy without taking a lot of energy to prepaie. This i.s not the season lo plan elaborate breakfasts that require a couple of burners plus the warming oven. Here's the solution: cool, delicious milk shakes made v»iih instant breakfast mixed in fresh, whole milk plus special flavorings. Tangy Peach Shake Combine 1 envelope vanilla instant breakfast. ','3 cup peach yogurt anj 3 .-t cup cold milk in a blender or a glass Ser\e immediately. Sunrise Shake Combine I envelope eggnog instant breakfast. 2 tablespoons fro/en orange juice concentrate and I cup cold milk in blender ur glass. Serve immediately. When you are making crepes and need to use 2 tablespoons of batter for each, you'll find a standard coffee measure with a long handle is a helpful gadget for measuring out the correct amount into the small skillet or crepe pan. A bottle brush is useful in washing parfait glasses. Keep a bottle of mineral oil in your kitchen. Use it to coat black iron skillets that you don't use every day. It also makes a good coating for teak trays. Mineral oil is less sticky than the salad oil usually used for coating black iron utensils to keep them from rusting I RAISED OCU J3^t"»l?| J. LOUCR LEVEL UPPER LEVEL THIS A-FRAME has been designed for full-time living, with all the comfort and convenience of the more traditional house, added to the special excitement found in the open spaces within. The main floor has 1,175 square feet, with two bedrooms. The master bedroom and a gallery loft are included in the upper level. Plan HA841V is by Fenick A. Vogel, Room 505, 48 W. 48th St., New York, N.Y. 10036. Anyone wishing to learn the price of the blueprint can write to the architect, including a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Miss Latcham feted in McMahen home Mrs. Lyle McMahen and Mrs. Harry Ray McMahen recently honored Miss Sheryl Latcham, bride-elect Of Mark Pendergraft, with a kitchen and recipe shower in the Lyle McMahen's home in Oakhaven. Miss Latcham wore an orange pantsuit and the hostesses presented her a white carnation corsage. Mrs. Ernest Latcham, mother of the bride- elect and Mrs. Gene Pendergraft, mother of the groom- elect, were also given white carnation corsages. Several games were played with the winners presenting their prizes to Sheryl. After she had opened her wedding gifts, she read the favorite recipes that were brought by the 25 attending. The bride's chosen colors of pink and orchid were used in all decorations. The serving table was covered with a white linen hand embroidered cut-work cloth. An FHA chapter news Charlene Gilbert and Paula Anderson, representing the FHA Chapter at Hope High School, recently attended a workshop at the Arch Ford Education Building in Little Rock. Miss Mildred Reel, executive director of the Future Homemakers of America headquartered in Washington, D.C., conducted the two day workshop for representatives of the school participating in the pilot project "integrating" FHA-HERO into the Home Economics Classes. The Hope High Chapter is one of nine FHA or HERO Chapters in Arkansas participating in this pilot project for the coming year. Miss Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbert, Rt. 1, Washington, is president of the local club. Miss Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anderson, Spring Hill Rd., is 1 first vice president of Federation XVI of the Future Homemakers of America. Mrs. Helen Clark, one of the local FHA advisers, accompanied the girls to Little Rock. arrangement of pink carnations, orchid mums and daisies in a cut glass bowl flanked by pink tapers in silver holders centered the table. Refreshments of open face sandwiches, cookies, mints and nuts with lime punch were served. The hostesses presented Sheryl and Mark a gift for their kitchen. FALL CURTAIN GOING UP ON ACT 111 LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP Saenger THEATRE STARTSTHURSDAY GEORGE C.SCQTT FMDUNAWAY JOHNMIUS JACK^JPAIANCE OKLlHGMA CRUDE Welcome Back, Teachers It has been a long, hot summer and we're delighted to have you with us again. Our youngsters need your expert guidance. If there is any way we can be of help with your insurance during the coming year, don't hesitate to call or stop in. Sooner the better. ANDERSON-FRAZIER Insurance Agency, Inc.

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