Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 3, 1974 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 3, 1974
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Thursday, October 3, 1974 HOPE (AttK.) SfAR Page Three Son of former Hope residents is engaged VALI CHRISTENSEN Miss Vali A. Christensen and Randy Watterson are engaged to be married next July. Both are residents of Eureka, Calif. The future bride, a Eureka High School graduate, is a business major at College of the Redwoods and is employed by the Humboldt Del Norte Medical Society. She is the daughter of Darl and Iris Christensen. Watterson is also a Eureka High School graduate. He is employed by Safeway Stores, Inc. He is the son of J.D. and Virginia Watterson both former residents of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin of Hope are grandparents of Randy. Rise 'N Shine Special There's a nip in the air, and sleepyheads are harder to rouse. Dress up a package of "store-bought" doughnuts with Honey Coconut Butter Frosting, and breakfast is a breeze. Made with Baker's Angel Flake coconut and honey, this sweet and lovely frosting is enough for a dozen doughnuts. Good on cupcakes and layer cakes, too. Honey Coconut Butter Frosting Vi cup butter or margarine' 2 tablespoons honey ,. 2 cu£s unsifted confectioners l»/ 3 cups (about) flaked " '"' 'sugar" ;.vv;, •-,', ••< •••! -v. -H coconut (toasted, 1 tablespoon light cream if desired) Cream butter; then add part of sugar gradually, blending after each addition. Add remaining sugar, alternately with cream and honey, beating after each addition until smooth. Spread over tops of doughnuts; then dip them in coconut. Or spread between layers and over top of cake. Sprinkle with coconut while frosting is still soft. Makes 1V4 cups frosting, or enough to cover 12 doughnuts or tops of two 9-inch layers, top and sides of an 8-inch square cake, or about 2 dozen cupcakes. Family Lib Eyeball to eyeball with a spoiled brat By Joanne and Lew Koch (Note: Today's column is written by Lew) The new term brings a new crop of friends. This year's bunch includes one spoiled child — the type who makes people say tl.ay hate kids. "This is Susan," Josh announces as he ushers in a well- dressed, unsmiling child. Lisa says "Hello." Susan ignores the greeting. Rachel comments that Susan is wearing a pretty dress. "I know it," Susan replies. That night Susan calls, on her own phone, to invite herself over for lunch. Against my better judgment I say O.K. Lunch time comes. I've grilled hot dogs as a special treat. I put a sizzling wiener on Susan's plate. She curls her lip in disdain and says, "Yuck! Where's the potato chips?" Barely able to contain my fury, I tell Susan, "There are no potato chips for children who forget to say 'please.'" After trying to stare me down, Susan mutters the word 'please.' "The magic word," I say triumphantly, giving her some chips with more than the hint of a gloat. A day later Susan invites Rachel and Josh to her house for lunch. Rachel returns with the information that Susan has two bedrooms — one for sleeping and one for her multitude of toys. With a touch of envy in her voice, Rachel says that Susan has her own television set. "Does Susan have any brothers or sisters?" I ask in my best count-your-blessings fashion. Rachel shakes her head no and adds, "Maybe that s why she's spoiled." A solid week followed of Susan ordering people around, doing the exact opposite of what she was asked, accepting compliments as if they were her due and ending any conversation that displeased her by turning her back to the offending party and sticking her thumb in her mouth. But when Susan heard we were planning to go swimming at the YMCA pool, she turned on such a pleasant demeanor that I said she could come, too. ,.,,.. u At the pool I told the four children that they must observe the rules of pool safety - one of which was no running along the edge of the pool. Two minutes later Susan was running along the edge of the pool. „ "Susan, no swimming for five minutes, I ordered. "No," came her reply. "You will sit down," I said, forgetting every rule ot behavior modification and all the advice about avoiding power struggles with children. ..... "You can't make me," Susan shot oack, looking me straight in the eye. . I stalked over to her, my patience atter 10 days ot this sooiled brat at an end, and said, "Susan, you will sit down for five minutes not because you want to but because I say you must You have chosen to ignore the rules of safety and you must'accept the penalty!" Susan stared at me as if this were the first time that anyone had ever dared talk.to her this W Susan plopped down, turned her back with the thumb-in- mouth punctuation, but she did remain for five minutes. Yes ves I know - children's rights and all that - but not at the'expense of adult rights, and civilization. Mrs* Annette Roger* Phone f 77 Calendar of events Friday, October 4 The Rose Garden Club will meet Friday, October 4, at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Henry Hunt on Wilson Drive. Oct. 4,5,6 The Patmos Baptist Church will have a weekend revival, October 4, 5, and 6th. The Rev. Elbert O'Steen will be doing the preaching each evening at 7:30 and on Sunday morning at 11. The Rev. Frankie Burke is the pastor. October 5-6 Evangelist Bill Yates-of Muskogee, Okla. will be speaking Saturday night, October 5 at 7:30 and in both services on Sunday, October 6 at the Gospel Lighthouse Church in Hope, It is on the corner of West Ave. C and Andres St. Bro. Yates attended Hope High School and everyone is invited to attend the services. Lacie Rowe, pastor. Saturday, October 5 Hope Melonaires will have a special dance at Red River Vo- Tech. School Saturday, October 5, at 8 p.m. .Woody Ussery of Little Rock will be doing the calling. The Gardenia Garden' Club will have a white elephant and rummage sale Saturday, October 5 beginning at 9:30 a.m. on South Main St. next to Greening-Ellis-Hope Federal Savings & Loan. All proceeds will go for landscaping the new "School of Hope". NOTICE: The Spring Hill PTA is sponsoring a Halloween Carnival on Friday October 26. Hope merchants have donated arlicles, in past years, that have made the carnival and auction a success. PTA parents will visit the merchants on Tuesday, October 8, for collection of these donations. Their cooperation will be deeply appreciated. Sunday, October 6 A Mixed Scramble will be played at the Hope Country Club Sunday, October 6 beginning at 3 p.m. Monday, October 7 The Lydia Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church, teacher Mrs. Reese Chambless, will have a dinner meeting Monday, October 7 at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Restaurant. Ladies Exercise and Nutritional Aids classes will begin October 7 at 7:15 p.m. at the High School Home EC Cottage. Exercises will be directed by Mrs. Wanda Powell. Mrs. Mary McCauley will be in charge of nutrition. If interested call Mrs. McCauley at 5-7447 after 3:30p.m. or come lo the Home EC Cottage Monday night, Tuesday, October 8 Baker Homemakers Extension Club will meet Tuesday, October 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lawrence Easterling. (Please notice change of meeting place.) Rogers reunion held Over 150 relatives and friends gathered at the Hope Fair Park recently for the annual Rogers family picnic. TOose attending, .were,; Mr, :) , and Mrs. Tomfnie Rogers; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Stevenson, Butch, Becky, Rodney and Sandy; Mr. and'--Mrs. Roy Jackson; Darvin Rogers and son Glen; Mrs. tennie Barr; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reid, Suzanna, Patricia, Bobby, Betty and Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Barr, Donnie, David and Debra; Mr. and Mrs. Wyble Barr, Sherrie, April and Kathleen; Mr. and Mrs. Jim- mieMiller; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Foster, John and Melissa. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Rogers; Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Rogers, Becky, Billy, Donna and Kathy; Mrs. Madge Southerland; Mrs. Sadie Rogers and Mrs. Geneva Monts; Mrs. Lillian Burns; Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Camp; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Camp, Donna and Janet; Sandra Mitchell and Karen; Cathy Justice, Todd, Kevin, Jamie and Tammy; Dennis Camp, Kellie and Jason; Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Rogers; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rogers and Lauren; Judge and Mrs. Finis Odom; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Odom, Roger and Anglia; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hollis; Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Lough, Belinder and Mike; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lyons; Carolyn McLean; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rogers; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rogers, Melirfaa," BrendaV' "'Debbie,. David and Pam; Mr. and Mrs; Bobby Rogers, Steven, Dawna and John Patrick; Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Rogers, Phyliss, Cindy, Kerrie, Kelly and Kreig; Mr. and Mrs. Kennon Rogers, Curtis and Rene; Mrs. Charlie Everett; Mrs. Joe Rogers; Mr and Mrs. Darwin Thomas, Robin, Susan and Roger; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crews, Ann and Roger Crews; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rogers; Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Reynolds; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riggs; Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Faulk; Mr. and Mrs. Jean Cox; Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Burnette, Debbie and David; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Boyd; Mrs. Lillian Tate; Jackie Holt; Jeannie and Max Hill; Virginia Buffington; Betty Buffington; Henry Elledge; Mrs. Rosie Elledge; Mrs. Edith Powell; Josephine McBay; Horace Elledge; Mr. and Mrs. W.Y. Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rogers; Mrs. Billy Hollis and Elisa Bsirbera. Those registered came from the Ark-Okla.-Tex area and also from Virginia and one from Venezuela. YOUNG ORIGINALS The Far East charm Capture the charm of the Far East in a dress, a long gown or a pantsuit ... you'll find it an easy style to wear because of its simplicity. Quick to sew, delightful to wear with your brightest and best jewelry. Price ... $2. Consult the Fashion Coordinator included in each Young Original for fabric, color and accessory suggestions. B-101 with Photo- Guide is in sizes 8 to 18. Size 10, 32'/2 bust ... dress, 3 1/8 yards for contrast; pantsuit, 5 3/4 yards plus 'A yard for contrast band and collar. Send $1.25 for each pattern to include first- class mailing for this smart Young Original designed for women who sew. Write care of this newspaper, Box 438, Midtown Station, New York, N.Y. 10018. Print full name, address with zip code, pattern number and size. She'll marry him for the fourth time By Abigail Van Buren 6 1 »7 4 by th» Chteigo Trtbun* DEAR ABBY: I am a fairly intelligent, nice-looking woman of 33, who is getting married for the fourth time. Before you jump to the conclusion that I am fickle or a poor judge of character, let me tell you that I am marrying the same man for the fourth time., We don't have any kids, so that's not why we keep going back to each other. ' / Don't send me to a shrink. I've been to one. We've also seen marriage counselors. They have all told us the same thing. We NEED each other. We've tried living together (without marriage) and even living with others. Ii didn't work. We fight a lot, but when we kiss and makeup it's better than ever. When he hits me, I hit him back, and believe me, I can take care of myself. He's not a meal ticket and neither am I. We could both make it on our own. Abby, have you ever heard from couples who married each other more than once, and learned the secret of making that marriage work? If so, please let me know. 1 can't live WITH him and I can't live WITHOUT him. Thanks. FOURTH TIME AROUND DEAR FOURTH: All right, I'll try. Readers? Is it really more wonderful the second time around—with the same partner, that is? DEAR ABBY: As far back as I can remember, I've wanted to be a school teacher. Now my dream has come true. I would like to make a lasting impression on my students. What should I stress that will be truly helpful to sixth graders? I want to inspire them to learn. NEW TEACHER DEAR TEACHER: Tell them to read, read, read and read some more! There is a treasury of knowledge—free for the taking on the shelves of our public libraries. The person who DOES NOT read has no advantage over the person who WILL NOT read. DEAR ABBY: Do you think it's all right for a bride to do the Polish apron dance at her reception if neither one of the couple is Polish? This is the dance where the male guests throw money into the bride's apron for the privilege of dancing with her. I know of one wedding where nobody was Polish, but they did the dance anyway because every little bit helps when a young couple is just starting out. GETTING MARRIED DEAR GETTING: If you want to take up a collection at your wedding reception, this is as good a way as any. DEAR ABBY:When I,graduated from high school,, a well-to-do uncle who lived'in Portland seni me a check tor $100.1 put it in my billfold intending to bank it. I failed to write and thank him for it immediately as I should have. I didn't get around to banking it (or trying to) until three months later. When I tried to bank the check, I found that he had stopped payment on it! Then I received a letter from my uncle saying that since he didn't hear from me for three months, he assumed the check had been lost. In a sense, it was. I "lost" 100 bucks, but I learned a lesson about promptness I'll never forget. NORTH HIGH, '48 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 new booklet, "What Teen-agers Want to Know," send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Pressley returned to their home Wednesday in Muscle Shoals, Ala. after a few days in Hope where they sold the home of Mrs. Pressley's mother the late Mrs. G.B. Morris and disposed of her personal effects. Helpful Hints CHANGE FILTERS A furnace filter should be changed several times a year—or washed, if it is a washable type. A duly filter obstructs air flow, reduces efficiency of furnace operation and wastes energy. KEEP VENTS OPEN When the ceiling of a home is well insulated, attic vents should be left open winter and summer. Winter ventilation lessens the possibility of moisture condensation on the underside of the roof. Summer ventilation keeps the attic cooler. >•*•••••• HOLIDAY INN ANNOUNCES.... ADDING BUFFET SERVICE! SPECIAL THURS. NIGHT IS FAMILY NIGH1 $,89 CHILDREN UNDER 12 EAT FREE WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS October 11 dtttefbr Gmms*BmAle$ ti&ws LYNETTE GRAVES Mr and Mrs. H.G. Graves request the honor of your presence at the marriage of .their daughter, Lynette, to James C. Bradley on Friday/October 11 at seven in the evening at the Graves Chapel Baptist Church. The bride-«lect is a graduate of Mineral Springs High and the groom-elect is a graduate of Hope High School. All friends and relatives are invited. COOKING IS FUN AFTER-SCHOOL TREAT Orange Wedges Chocolate Ribbons Milk CHOCOLATE RIBBONS These cookies have good chocolate flavor but they are not rich. 2 cups sifted flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup butter 1 cup sugar legg 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons milk 2 squares (2 ounces) unsweetened chocolate, melted and cooled On wax paper sift .Aether, Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Jim Butler and Mrs. Beaulah Brantley, both of Hope. DISMISSED: Mrs. Walter Cross, J. A. Collier, Mrs. Riley Vickers, Sarah Spearman, all of Hope; Mrs. Hilda Zumwalt, Blevins. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Esther Beard, Mrs. Kathleen Vines, both of Hope. DISMISSED: Lillie Nivens, Prescott; Richard Stroud, Hope. UNIVERSITY MED. CENTER, Little Rock Mrs. June Olea of Blsvins is a patient in University Med. Cpnter, Little Rock, 72203. She is on Floor 3-C, Room ISA. the flour and salt. In a large mixing bowl cream butter and sugar; thoroughly beat in the egg, vanilla and milk; blend in chocolate and half the flour mixture. Btir in the remaining flour mixture, mixing well. Press through a cookie gun, using ribbon shape and medium thickness, onto ungreased cookie sheets so that each cookie is about 3 inches long. Bake in a preheated 350-degree oven 6 to 9 minutes. With a wide spatula remove to wire racks to cool. Store in a tightly covered tin box. Makes about,7,dozen. :fl GtL Saenger THEATRE TONITE 7:30 FRIDAY-SATURDAY ADM. 1,00-1.75 Last yetir BILLY JACK became one of the most popular pictures of our time. WALKING TALL thrilled audiences across the nation. Now the movie everyone's talking about is MR. MA JEST YK CHARLES BRONSON "MR. MAJESTYK"

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