Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 24, 1974 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 24, 1974
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September 24* 1974 HOPfc (ARK.) STAtt Page three Giant arts & crafts drawing planned Mrs* Annette Rogers Phone?77>3431 Calendar of events —Photo by Mrs. Dolo McRae with Star camera THIRD DISTRICT ARTS & CRAFTS-club members, Mrs. Thompson Impson, Mrs. W.L. Garner, Mrs. Royce Weisenberger and Mrs. Waddle Cunningham prepare a display of their arts and crafts items which will be given on Sunday in a giant drawing. Each member of the Third District Arts and Crafts Club has donated one or more of their hand made wares to be given in a giant drawing on Sunday, September 29, at the Art Barn. Drawings will be every hour on the hour all day long. Each quarter donation gives eligibility for your name to be drawn. Donations may be made to any club member. Several are on hand each day at the Arts and Crafts exhibit building at Fair Park. Club elects new officers The Phi Beta Lambda Club, which is composed of Business Education j students at Red 'Rivif Vocatuinal Technical School in Hope, recently elected officers for the 1979-75 school year. They are: Top Row (1. to r.), Wanda McJunkins of Saratoga, President; Pam Parks of Hope, 2nd Vice- President; Emma Houston ol Okoiona, Secretary; Joey Waddle of Prescott, 1st Vice- President; and Amanda Kirby of Prescott; 3rd Vice- President; Bottom Row: Beckie Morris of Magnolia, Reporter; Mary Arnett of Prescott, T^ea8Mer,;,and ( ,Susani t Johnson of' De'hghiv Historian. Mrs. Elsie > Huckabee, Business Education Instruction at the school, will serve as advisor. September 22-2.7 There will be a youth crusade for Christ Sunday, September 22 thro ugh 27 at Garrett Chapel Baptist Church. Services will be nightly at 7 p.m. with a different minister preaching each night. The crusade is sponsored by the Hope Interdemo- minational Youth Fellowship, Tuesday, September 24 The Cosmopolitan Club will meet Tuesday, September 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Thomas Hays Sr., 405 E. 18, with Mrs. George Newbern as co-hostess. Mrs. R.L. Broach will have charge of the program. The Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class of the First United Methodist Church will have' a potluck supper at Fellowship Hall Tuesday, September 24 at 7 p.m. Hostesses are, Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton, Mrs. Graydon Anthony, Mrs. Hazel Castle, Mrs. Roy Stephenson, Wednesday, September 25 The Senior Citizens Club will meet Wednesday, September 25, at 11 a.m. for a potluck luncheon at the Douglas Building. Thursday, September 26 W.S. Williamson reminds all princes of the S.T. Boyd Con- sistory 201 that there will be a meeting on Thursday, September 26, at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Hall at Washington. The Country Club Ladies Bridge-Luncheon will be Thursday, September 26, at 12 noon at the Club. Reservations may be made by calling the Club, 7-9944. The Dorcas Sunday School Class of Garrett Memorial Church will meet Thursday night, Sept. 26th at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Alfred Bearden. All members are urged to be present. The Audubon Society will meet Thursday, September 26 at, 7 p.m. at the Experiment Station for a potluck meeting. All members are urged to attend and anyone else interested in birds is also welcome. Saturday, September 28 The Friday Music Club President's Luncheon will be Saturday, September 28, at 12 noon at the Heritage House. Those planning to attend, please call Mrs. Douglas Drake, 7-6650 or Mrs. Hendrix Spraggins, 7-4553, by Thursday the 26th. etes Miss Monroe Miss Betty Monroe, formerly of Hope now living in Little Rock, was feted at a bridal party at the Heritage House last Friday night. Miss Monroe is the bride-elect of Joe Luther Fishback of Little Rock. - The honoree was attired in a floor-length dress with pink and beige floral design on a dark .... backgrounds.. She ,wjjre a, corsage of blending colors. '" ; Special guests were, Mrs. Wallis Monroe, mother of the honoree, Mrs. Luther Fishback and Mrs. Jill Brown, both of Little Rock, mother and sister KaoOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOQQQOOOCaQOO OOQQPPC 3PPOHDQ By Abigail Van Buren o 1S74 by The Chicago Tribune of the bridegroom-elect, and his grandmother, Mrs. Percey Holt of Nashville. All were presented white carnation corsages. The thirty-five guests were invited into the dining room where the serving table was covered with an ecru linen cloth and centered with a mass arrangement of all types of chrysanthemums in the different hues of Autumn, ranging from yellow to bronze. Refreshments of frozen dessert, coffee or punch and nuts were served. Hostesses were mesdames, William Butler Sr., Sam Huckabee, Joe Foley, Sibyl Parsons, McDowell Turner, Jake Honea, and Mike Murphy. Their gift to Miss Monroe was a planter containing a giant-leaf Pothos. Fiance doesn't like to be called "Daddy" DEAR ABBY: I am engaged to marry a man I'll call Bob. I love him very much. I also love my little two-year-old daughter, Diane. Diane adores Bob and calls him "Daddy." That's my problem. Bob gets very upset when Diane calls him Daddy, and has asked her not to call him that. He's the only Daddy Diane has ever known. Her real Daddy left me when I was four months pregnant. Abby, Bob can't give me any good reason for not wanting my daughter to call him Daddy. Except for this, he's not mean to her and it bothers me. Bob is 24 and I am 17, but don't let my age fool you. I'm one of those kids who grew up with an alcoholic father and no mother, so I grew up fast. I desperately need the advice my mother can't give me. She died when 1 was six. Thank you. DIANE'S MAMA DEAR MAMA: Bob's reluctance to be called "Daddy" could signal his unwillingness to accept Diane. If he plans to marry you, surely he should regard your daughter as his own If he doesn't, she'll be cheated and so will you. Perhaps he suspects that you've coached Diane in this "Daddy" business to pressure him into an early marriage. (Did you?) In any case, he's edgy about something and is taking it out on the child. Go slowly. DEAR ABBY: Hurrah for Mr. X who walked out on a dinner party because he didn't want to compete with a blaring TV set. How often I have wished for that much nerve. If one is invited to a "TV party," fine-that gives him an opportunity to send regrets. Here's how I handled that situation with some success: I continued to converse with my host and hostess, but I kept lowering my voice until they could hardly hear what I was saying. They finally got the idea and turned off the set. PAT W., BROWNWOOD, TEX. DEAR PAT: Great idea. Next time, try just moving your lips. That might send them to an ear doctor. DEAR ABBY: Would you please tell me the proper way to congratulate a bride and groom following the wedding? The bride is my granddaughter. And what do you say to the groom's parents in the receiving line? GRANDMA DEAR GRANDMA: Wish the bride much joy and happiness. (Never congratulate a bride. That would be like commending her on having snared a man.) Congratulate the groom, however, and wish him a happy marriage. Congratulate the groom's parents, and express your pleasure in welcoming a new "son" into your family. CONFIDENTIAL TO RED IN ANGLETON, TEX: Tell her the truth. She'll never believe it. Everyone has a problem. What's yours? 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 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chism of Longview, Tex. announce the arrival on August 29, of their first child, a boy. He has been named Jerry Scott and he weighed 1 pounds 6 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Vanscoy of Hope. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Chism of Smackover. Mrs. Chism is the former Reba Vanscoy of Hope. GREENTOMATO MINCEMEAT TURNOVERS A favorite recipe. Vt cup butter 4-ounce package cream cheese 1 cup flour Green tomato mincemeat, drained if necessary Cream butter and cream cheese; blend in flour; chill. Roll out on a floured pastry cloth with a floured stockinet- covered rolling pin to a 12-inch square; cut into 9 four-inch squares. Put 2 tablespoons of the mincemeat off center on each square; fold over to make a triangle; press edges with fork tines to seal well. Prick tops. Place well apart on ung- reased cookie sheet. Brush tops with a little milk. Bake in a preheated 425-degree oven until golden-brown — about 25 minutes. Serve hot or reheat. Makes 9. Bread treat for health food fans By Aileen Claire NBA Food Editor Health food followers and those who enjoy a hearty slice of homemade bread have a treat coming. A wheat germ vegetable nut loaf combines vegetables, cheese, nuts and wheat germ in a tasty form loaded with vitamins and protein. WHEAT GERM VEGETABLE NUT LOAF 1 cup diced carrots 1 cup diced celery 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/3 cup butter 1 /4 cup flour 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1 /6 teaspoon pepper 1-1/2 cups mi* 1 cup grated American cheese 3 eggs, lightly beaten 1 cup chopped pecans 3/4 cup toasted wheat germ cheese sauce Saute carrots, celery and onion in butter until onion is tender. Stir in flour, salt and pepper. Add milk. Cuok over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. Add cheese, stirring until melted. Blend in eggs, nuts and wheat germ. Pour into greased 9x5x3-inch loaf pan. Bake in 350-degree over 50 minutes or until firm. Let stand in pan 10 minutes. Invert onto serving plate. Slice and serve with Cheese Sauce Makes 6 to 8 servings. CHEESE SAUCE: Combine 1 (11-ounce) can condensed Cheddar cheese soup and 1/2 cup milk. Heat slowly over medium heat, stirring frequently. KNTKKHUSt: ASS.N > Big name Personalize sweat shirts with your name in big bold letters that tell the world who you are. Miss Turner is bride of Paul Raymond Haynie MRS. PAUL RAYMOND HAYNIE —Clyde Davis photo The wedding of Miss Carla Jo Turner and Paul Raymond Haynie was solemnized Saturday evening, September 21, at the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turner of Hope. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Haynie of Kinusland. Pre-nuptial music was pre- sented by Mrs. Wade Warren. Mrs. Jimmy Sayers sang, "We've Only Just Begun." The Rev. Jimmy Sayers sang, "The Lord's Prayer." Officialing at the double-ring ceremony was the Rev. Sayers. Vows were exchanged before a candlelit altar centered .by an arch of greenery. On each side of the arch were seven-branch candelabras with white tapers and baskets of white gladiolas. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gown of while chiffon ovef taffeta featuring a high, ruffled neckline artd bishop sleeves. Her mantilla train was trimmed with Venise lace. She carried a cascade of white butterfly roses and baby's breath. Miss Sherry Crank of Alma was maid of honor and Mrs, John Hartley of Pine Bluff served as bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns of purple ami turquoise print trimmed with turquoise velvet ribbon, which also trimmed their white hats. Both carried bouquets of lavender and purple asters mixed with baby's breath. Flower girl Susan Martin wore a smaller version of the attendant's dresses and scattered rose petals from her white basket. The groom's best man was Billy Morris of Fordyce, and Bill Bussey of Little Rock served as groomsman. Ushers were John May of Little Rock, and Brent Turner, brother of the bride. The groom's nephew, Terry Grouse, of Kingsland, served as ring bearer. The bride's mother wore a floor length dress of powder blue. The groom's mother wore a floor length dress of apricot. Both wore white cymbidum corsages. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Heritage. House. Hostesses were Pam Lisemby of Pine Bluff, Toni Turner of Hope, and Cindy Hollis, also of Hope. The table was covered with a white bridal cloth and featured a centerpiece consisting of lavender, purple, and white asters in a cut glass bowl. The tiered wedding cake was accented with lavender roses. For the wedding trip the bride wore a navy suit with red accessories. After their trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn. Raymond and Carla will be at home in Birmingham, Ala. Be sure to attend canned food exJubit —Photo by Wanda Williams with Star camera MRS. DIANE YOUNG OF McNAB is shown checking in several of her canned products at the Food Preservation Show at the Third District Livestock Show. Homemakers from throughout Hempstead County as well as other counties in the District have entered products in both Junior and Senior Divisions. Homemakers are invited to come by the Food Preservation Building during the show to see the canned products exhibits. On Ladies Day, Wednesday, September 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. action demonstrations will be shown on proper food preservation techniques. These demonstrations will also be shown from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. Come out and see the over 200 products canned by homemakers during the past year. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Ralph Montgomery and Mrs. Charlie Mae Clark, both of Hope; Claudie Graves, Nashville; Mark Baker, Emmet. DISMISSED: Michael Power, Mrs. Ida Camp, Mrs. Mary Whithead, Donzel Goodner, Mrs. Rufus Taylor, Mrs. Ralph Montgomery, Randy Slill, all of Hope; Mrs. Edward Brock and baby, Prescott; Rufus Fincher, Waldo; Mrs. Mary Bumpers, Washington; Mrs. Carrie Bolls, Prescott; Mrs. Jessie Tullis and baby, Perrytown. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Bonnie Walton, Perrytown; Mrs. Joyce Allen, Hope. DISMISSED: Mrs. Thalia West, Hope; Miss Tammy Grady, Lewisville. Smart Shopper Natural materials like leather, suede and wool will have the highest price tickets this year so look for any of the many good-looking substitutes in accessories Saenger THEATRE TONITE-WEUNESDAY PLUS Ccwdr See your doctor first; then bring your prescription to the courteous pharmacist at — WARD&SON DRUG 124 E. 2ad. Hope, Ark,

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