Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1974 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 25, 1974
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Wednesday, September 25, 1974 (ARK.) SfAR Page three Women*snews Mrs, Annette Rogers Phone 777*3431 Calendar of events September 22-2.7 There will be a youth crusade for Christ Sunday, September 22 through 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 Interdenominational Youth Fellowship. Thursday, September 26 W.S. Williamson reminds all princes of the S.T. Boyd Consistory 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 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. 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. 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. Russell-Fitzgerald vows solemnized On August 31, at seven o'clock in the evening in the home of the presiding minister, M.H. Peebles, Mrs. Dora Russell and Claud Fitzgerald were united in marriage in the presence of close friends and relatives. Entering on the arm of Dr. Don Browning, the bride wore a street length blue knit dress. Her corsage was a white cymbi<#um^or : chid. V^ws were,, read tefWe^anv^altar "of white 1 " gladiola and yellow daisies. Music was furnished by the Harding College Acappella chorus. Mrs. Jessie Ward was the bride's honor attendant. She wore a pink knit street length dress and a matching corsage of carnations. The bridegroom's nephew, Jack Green served as best man. Mrs. Joe Barrentine greeted the guests and Mrs. Lela Barbaree was in charge of the bride's book, book. Following the wedding, a reception was held honoring the couple. The table was covered with a white nylon net, ap- pliqued with lace roses, over a white nylon bridal satin underskirt. The centerpiece consisted of white and yellow daisies. To further carry out the bride's chosen colors, the three tiered wedding cake was decorated in blue and yellow. Frosted orange - pineapple punch was served from an antique crystal bowl. Presiding at the table was Mrs. Helen Hatch, Mrs. Charles Gunter, i":Mrs!:;Ardell ClarK, xMrs;' S.R. •• Copeland, Mrs. Carl Greenlee, and Mrs. M.H. Peebles. Members of the houseparty were members of the Associated Women for Harding. Little Miss Joan Browning distributed the rice bags. For her going away outfit, the bride wore a green pantsuit. Following a trip through northern Arkansas and the Ozarks, the couple are at home in Hope. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Out-of-town guests for the wedding were, Dr. and Mrs. Don Browning and family, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Coffman and family, all of Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. David Houck of Arlington, Tex. Happy belated birthday wishes go to a Hope Star subscriber, Mrs. W.R. Alexander, who was 86 on Saturday, September 21. Mrs. Alexander widow of Dr. W.R. Alexander now lives in Miami, Fla. She and her husband were longtime residents of Hope. Q More about beau who is an exhibitionist Home wedding unites Deborah Bennett, Randy Lee Smith By Abigail Van Buren » 1974byTheChlcigoTrlbun« DEAR ABBY: In your reply to "Scared," who was dating a young man who had been arrested for indecent exposure, you recommended that if the man claimed to have had therapy, she should ask to talk to his therapist. As a practicing therapist, I must take exception to that advice. If I were confronted with such a request, I would have to explain that to do so would be violating professional ethics. I know of one psychiatrist who was successfully sued for divulging information under similar circumstances. This is as it should be, since the therapist is the agent of the patient, not of others. "Scared" should obtain information about exhibitionism in general from a professional in the mental health field (not from her boyfriend's therapist, if he has one). NEW YORK PSYCHIATRIST DEAR PSYCHIATRIST: I did not suggest that the young woman should attempt to get privileged information from her boyfriend's therapist without the boyfriend's consent. It would seem that if the boyfriend had indeed had treatment and the girl was in no danger by continuing to go with him, he would be eager for her to talk to his therapist for reassurance. If a patient asked you to talk to his girl friend, would you then refuse to see her? DEAR ABBY: This is in reference to the family who, when relaxing outdoors at a barbecue, or just sitting and visiting, were always "joined" by a neighbor, who stayed until they went inside, even when they were entertaining guests. You advised the writer to either suffer the intruder's presence, or tell her that you'd like a little privacy. May 1 add another solution? Why not build a six-foot fence? AL CENTENO, HOUSTON, TEXAS DEAR AL: That's a pretty sneaky way to get a plug in for the fence business, but it's a good idea for those who can afford it. How about a moat stocked with crocodiles? DEAR ABBY: I have had it! All summer long we ran a free hotel for my husband's relatives, pis sister and her husband came for six weeks. His brother and his wife came for two weeks. (The brother used my car, so I had to take taxis the whole timel) Others took turns. We had company from June 1st until after Labor Day. No one offered to give me a lift with the work, and my grocery bills were like, forget it. Nobody even picked up the tab when we ate out. (We are supposed to be "the poor relatives" compared to them.) I've put up with this for three summers, and I'm sick of it. How can I keep this from happening next summer short of divorcing my husband? He's a soft touch. HAD IT IN WISCONSIN DEAR HAD IT: They're your husband's relatives. HE should tell them what the ground rules shall be for future visits. If he refuses, then YOU tell them. And if you don't, you can expect a re-run of the last three summers and every summer henceforth. And if it happens, don't complain. You're both a couple of soft touches. Everyone has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply, Write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A., Calif. 90069. Enclose stamplcd-self-nddressed envelope, please. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212, for Abby's booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." Mrs. C. L. Roberts likes newly decorated kitchen HOPE, ARK.—" Once we got started, I wanted to get it all finished," was the-comment of Mrs. C.L. Roberts on the remodeling of her kitchen. And, she did, says Wanda Williams, county Extension agent-home economics, in spite of breaking a leg while helping with the remodeling, ,.;,,„-., . ., , , Mrs.' Roberts" wanted an' entirely new kitchen with emphasis on storage space for all her dishes and appliances. With the help of Extension specialists, she now has a well- designed, efficient kitchen. "The corner shelves that roll out are just great," claims Mrs. Roberts. She likes them so well she has sent several friends to the County Extension Office for plans. Roberts was impressed with the convenience of an added bar made by tearing out the wall between the kitchen and den. .*, Mrs. Jgnberts.. proudly shows,; all visitors her new kitchen. In' fact, she could hardly wait 'to get out of the wheelchair and cast to see how much more she would enjoy all her kitchen, not just the lower cabinets she could reach from a wheelchair position. Coming and going Major (ret AF) and Mrs. Jack Phillips of Denver, Col. have returned to their home after a weeks visit in Hope with Mrs. Phyllis Vines Key and the Harse Vines family. While here they also took a tour in the Ozarks. Mrs, C.C, Chancy (Virginia) has returned home to Dodge City, Kan. after a ten day visit in Hope with her mother, Mrs. Cora Hutchens who is a patient in a local hospital, and with her sister Mrs. Coy (Abbie) Breeding • and Mr. Breeding. Mrs. C.H. Davis and her daughter, Mrs. Joe Taber of Albuquerque, N.M. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Davis, Mrs. Dixie Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Payne. Mrs. Dixie Davis and Mrs. Barbara Payne accompanied Mrs. C.H. Davis and Mrs. Joe Taber to Springhill, La. last week for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Formby and other relatives. Arts and crafts drawing Saturday All twenty booths are in full swing, at the art exhibit barn at Fair Park, selling craft from over the state, including copper sculpture, ceramics, tole painting, oil painting, pottery, needlework, candlemaking, glass weaving (this is really different). All crafts are moderatlly priced. The show ends on Saturday with a drawing held each hour on the hour. Prizes are crafts donated by the members and non-members of the Club. Donations of 25 cents each can be made to the scholarship fund and entitles one to a chance during the drawing. The Art Show was judged on Monday and is said to be out- Sunshine Swirl 10 to 12 servings U/2 cups sifted enriched flour % cup sugar Vz teaspoon salt 10 eggs, separated 2 egg whites 2 teaspoons cream of tartar iy% teaspoons vanilla extract I teaspoon almond extract l'/ 2 cups sugar 3 tablespoons orange juice 2 l / 4 teaspoons grated orange peel 3 tablespoons sugar Orange Glaze Sift together flour, Mi cup sugar and salt. Beat 12 egg whites, cream of tartar and extracts until foamy; gradually add 1% cups sugar, beating until shiny peaks form that fold over slightly when Summer Light Sunshine Swirl Sponge cake with orange icing—Sunshine Swirl beaters are raised. Sift flour mixture, Vi cup at a time, over egg mixture, folding in gently but thoroughly after each addition. Set aside. In another bowl, beat egg yolks, orange juice, peel and 3 tablespoons sugar until very thick and lemon-colored, about 10 minutes. Fold about 1 cup white batter into mixture. Spoon % of white batter over bottom of ungreased 10- inch tube pan. Alternate spoonfuls of all of yellow and second third of white batters on top of white batter. Gently cut through batters with spatula or knife, swirling to marble. Gently spread remaining white batter on top. Add butter to beaten egg yolks; beat until smooth. Add sugar and orange juice alternately to egg mixture beating smooth. Stir in orange until peel. Bake in preheated 375° oven 35 to 40 minutes, or until cake springs back when lightly touched. Invert pan and cool completely before removing cake. Spread Orange Glaze over top and sides of cake. Orange Glaze: 2 egg yolks, beaten 2 tablespoons soft butter 2 cups confectioners' sugar 2 tablespoons orange juice 1 tablespoon grated orange peel standing. Winners will be announced later. (Ed. Note: The drawing will be on Saturday, not Sunday, as previously announced.) CARROT BROCCOLI My sister Frances dreamed up this interesting combination. 10-ounce package frozen broccoli 1 carrot, pared and finely grated (about % cup) 1 or 2 tablespoons butter or margarine Cook the broccoli according to package directions, adding the carrot, just until tender- crisp. Drain if necessary and stir in the butter. Makes 4 servings. Shpver Springs 4-Hclub meets The Shover Springs 4-H club met last Tuesday. Pledges were led by Christine Ehlert and Tereasa Dugger. Five girls, five boys, the main ,, leaders, Mrs. White and assist^ant leader, Mrs. Arrington were present. It'was decided to enter a float in the Fair parade. New officers elected were, Pres., Dennis Arrington; vice- president, David Poindexter; secretary, Jo Ann Pastuszka; reporter, Chris Pastuszka; song leader, Christine Ehlert; recreational leader, Chris Pastuszka and photographers, JoAnn and Chris Pastuszka and Teresa Dugger. Hospital Notes BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Elwin Salisbury, Ruby Jean Pen- lungton, both of Hope; Gertie East, Rosston. DISMISSED: Alice Marshall, Lewisville; Howell Baker, Hope. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Pennington, Hope, boy born September 24. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Ola Hollis, Ena Nations, Glendon Frontz, Ethel Cox, Snow Billings, David Flenory, Ivory Dodson, Vanessa Farris, all of Hope; Ragania Wells, Fairview Heights, HI.; Josephine Webb, Ozan; Jimmy Carl ton, Emmet; L.O. Hutt, Fouke; Mrs. Paul Loe, Prescott; James Trevillion, McCaskill; Haywood Cross, Ozan. DISMISSED: Linda Lawson, Dean Murphy, Charlie Mae Clark, Sid Anderson, Dorothy Robinson, all of Hope; Thomas Rogers, McCaskill. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loe, Prescott, boy born September 24. brow wows Neater eyebrows are part of the new face for fall If eyebrows are unruly, a touch of petroleum jelly will tame them. Mrs. Bright hosts Rocky Mound EHC The Rocky Mound Home Extension Club met in the home of Mrs. Ivan Bright on September 19 at 2 p.m. for the regular monthly meeting with Mrs. Bright presiding. "Count Your Blessings" was sung prior to a devotion being given by the hostess. Mrs. Thelma Messer led in a closing prayer. Mrs. Marie Taylor brought : 'several pillow tops which she had made and showed them as the "eye opener". In a short business session, new leaders and a new secretary-treasurer were elected. Also hostesses for the coming year were named. Mrs. Juris brought the lesson on fire safety in the home. Mrs. Bright brought tips from a meeting she attended concerning poison and wills. She also gave some of the rules for canned goods for the Fair. Before refreshments were served the group repeated the club collect. Eleven members and two guests, Mrs. Clyde Messer and Little Deanna Ward were present. Games were played and a number of prizes were given. MRS. RANDY SMITH Hints • Everything you always wanted to know about sausages, but didn't know whom to ask, is waiting for you in a booklet called "Sausage Sampler." For your copy, send your name and address with 25 cents in stamps or coin, to: Dept. FSC, 6733 West 65th St., Chicago, Illinois 60638. • Home economists for Union Carbide's Films-Packaging remind us that a good share of our population need to receive a husky portion of iron from their daily diet. Women of childbearing age, and teenage boys, need 18 milligrams of iron every day. A braunschweiger sandwich for • lunch helps to meet your requirements. Miss Deborah Ann Bennett became the bride of Randy Lee Smith at seven Friday evening, August 30, in the home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. J.R. Bennett on the Rocky Mound Road. Mr. Smith is the son of Mrs. Albert Pike of Hope and Foy Smith of Decatur. The bride idescended. the stairs escorted by her father,' who gave her in marriage before an altar of white gladiolas and greenery. She wore an A-line gown of silkened organza with high neckline, Juliet sleeves and Empire waistline, all of which was trimmed with rosepoint lace. The chapel train was b^'dered with rows of matching lac^. .Her headdress, trimmed .vith pearls, held her illusion veil. She wore a gold pen which belonged to her great grandmother. Her bouquet was centered with an orchid. Miss JoLyn Herndon, maid of honor, wore a pink organza dress and carried a bouquet of assorted flowers. Willard Willmon served the groom as best man. Candlelighters were Keith and Steven Bennett, brothers of the bride. After the double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Gerald Trussell, the guests were invited into the dining room for a reception. Miss Pam Thrash presided at the guest book. Mrs. Randy Sinyard served the bride's cake and Miss Barbie Watson served the punch. The serving table was covered with a hand-made cloth of lace and net and was centered with an arrangement of pink and white carnations with baby's breath. Silver candleholders with pink tapers flanked either side of the arrangement/All appointments were of silver. On the patio Miss Susie Sinyard presided at the groom's table and served the chocolate cake which was in the shape of a double wedding ring. Miss Ann Thrash, Mrs. Dick Moore, Mrs. Rufus Herndon III, Mrs. L.C. Sinyard and Mrs. Mel Thrash assisted with the reception. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Leacy Bell, grandmother of the bride, from Ellaville, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Bennett and Jayson from Columbus, Ga.; Mrs. Essie Bennett, paternal grandmother of the bride, from Columbus, Ga.; Mike Hopper, Idabel, Okla.; Bruce Carlin, Fort Worth, Tex.; and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones from Gentry, Ark. After a wedding trip to Dallas the couple will reside in Lakewood Estates in Hope where Deborah is continuing her schooling and Randy is , employed by Zeco. Cut and curled Bangs are making a big showing this fall along with curls created with a curling iron. Dairy Queen Now under new Management Open Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m.-ll p.m. Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. Aoi.D.Q. Saenger THEATRE TONITE 7:00 'THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE" AND STARTS THURSDAY "WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS" J ft or \niriti or 717-5277

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