Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 8, 1974 · Page 3
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Tuesday, October 8, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAR Page Friday Music Club '•' ,- ;.i/ -. - : - ••- •'. ' • . '• ; \ elects new officers The Friday Music Club met Saturday at the Heritage House for the annual president's luficfieon honoring Mrs. Calvin Smith the new president for 1974-75. "••• • • •' the theme for this year is "Centennial of Music" which was chosen in keeping with Hope's' Centennial year. The meeting was called to order by the vice president, Mrs.-Douglas Drake, who introduced Mrs. Helen Hatch ( program leader for the month. Mrs. Hatch gave a very inspirational talk on rest and how rests are used to make music more beautiful and meaningful and compared it to the times of rest in the music of our lives. She introduced Mrs. Bob Bledsoe who sang four selections: "Let All My Life Be Music", the Aria, "Vissi D' Arte" from Puccini's opera, "Losca", "Sing", and "The Sound of Music." The group then adjourned to the dining room where lunch was served to seventeen members and one associate member, Mrs. Geofge Frazief. Following lunch, Mrs. Douglas Drake gave a salute to the president, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hatch presented the president's pin. Mrs. McDowell Turner installed the new officers, president, Mrs. Calvin Smith; vice pres., Mrs. Douglas Drake; 2nd vice pres., Mrs. Gene Pendergraft; 3rd vice pres., Mrs. Bob Bledsoe; recording sec. Mrs. Glenn Parks Jr.; corresp. sec., Mrs. Elmer Brown; treas., Mrs. Harry McLemore; parliamentarian, Mrs. James McLarty; historian, Mrs. W.E. White; pianist, Mrs.' Arthur Strech; librarian, Mrs. B.C. Hyatt; Jr. club counselor, Mrs. Paul Henley; choral director, Mrs. Bob Bledsoe. Hostesses for the meeting were^Mrs. B.W. Edwards, Mrs. Drake and Mrs. Turner. Leslie Cornelius honored LESLIE A. CORNELIUS TBIRTHS4 . Leslie Anne Cornelius, a senior at Riverfield Academy in Delhi, La. will be featured in the Eighth Annual Edition of Who's Who Aofnng American High School Students, 1973-74. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Cornelius of Delhi and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cornelius of 521 E. 15th and Edgewood, Hope. Leslie is a cheerleader for Riverfield, treasurer of the student council and attended La. Girl's State in Baton Rouge. She plans to attend La. Tech Univ. upon graduation. Hospital Notes BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Sidney Story, Mrs. Shirley Lindsey, Mrs. Ola Bobo, Mrs. Tressie Phillips, all of Hope; Charles E. Smith, Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Jones of Ft. Detrick, Md. announce the arrival of their third child a 7 pound 2 ounce girl at Silver Springs, Md., on September 16. She is their first daughter and has been named Lauren Kyle. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Kathryn Jones of Hope. Twin sons, Jason Robert and Daniel Andrew, were born to Mr. and Mrs. William J. Perkins of Huntsville, Alabama, on September 25. Jason Robert weighed six pounds and eight ounces. Daniel Andrew was five pounds, three ounces. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. J. W. Perkins of Hope. Powell, Maxwell Mayton, both of ; Hope; Mrs. Atha Black, Patmps. ' MEMORIAL HOgPITAL . ADMITTED: Mrs. Addie Carr, Walter Locke, Mrs. John Allen, all of Hope; Mrs. Jim McKamie, Fulton; ' Martin Carpenter, Rosston. DISMISSED: Charles W. Key Sr., Jeff Norvell, Otis Morgan, Glen Gilbert, all of Hope; Mrs. Freddie Keith and baby girl, Texarkana; Mrs. Connie Dorman, Emmet; Hayward Cross, Ozan. Big Boots Boots will meet skirt and coat lengths this season. They'll also be loose fitting around the ankles creating a musketeer look. Dark and Light Deep, dark fasbion colors in clothing this fall will create a big challenge for people with dark complexions. Help will come from lighter and brighter make-up bases and blushers. east A word on marrying Roy: Don't By Abigail Van Buren * 1»HbyTh«ChicigoTrlbun§ DEAR ABBY: Roy and I are engaged to be married. My problem is that he has gotten the same girl pregnant three times. The first time it Happened Roy didn't know me. The girl was in high school then, arid she lost the baby, so Roy got off lucky. the second time Roy was home from the Army on an emergency furlough. (His father had died and he came home for the funeral. Roy said he went to see this girl and she wanted to take his mind off his sorrow.) She had the baby, which Roy still supports. Right after Roy gave me a ring, this girl turns up pregnant again. She claims it's Roy's. I think she was just trying to hook him. He tried to talk her into an abortion but she refused. She says abortion is murder, it's against her , conscience, and besides it's a sin. She is having the baby in November and I had planned to , get married in December. Roy says if I will forgive him and marry'him anyway, he" will never look at another girl as long as he lives. Would you marry him? IN LOVE WITH ROY DEAR IN: No. He's accident prone, doesn't learn from experience, and seems to have a serious weakness he hasn't learned how to control. DEAR ABBY: You referred to alimony as "the high cost of leaving." That may be true, but I still think paying alimony is like buying oats for a dead horse. STILL BUYING DEAR STILL: Ex-wives are not dead horses. They are two-legged oat-burners and very much alive and kicking. Though the cost of LEAVING may have seemed high at the time, the cost of LIVING has been climbing steadily, so before a man decides to leave his wife, he'd be wise to check the tost of oats, which these days ain't hay. DEAR ABBY: I read;the letter from that husband who complained because his wife of 35 years was a "backseat driver." He said she made him so nervous he didn't think he could tolerate a mbtbr trip with her beside him as ft co'pilot. That lady reminded me of myself. For the duration of my marriage (52 years) 1, too, was a backseat driver. I know it irked my good husband, but he seemed to understand. One day he drove to a nearby shopping area and I wasn't in the car beside him to say: "Look out for that crazy woman coming toward us on the wrong side of the roadl" This is the end of my story. She killed him. MRS. J.M.P.: FAIRVIEW PARK, O. CONFIDENTIAL TO "MONEY TALKS" IN TULSA: Yes, it talks, but it doesn't always give us the right answers. Here's what a brilliant man had to say about the subject: "What availeth it. if we become so engrossed in the pursuit of business or of money for its own sake, after we've earned a competency, if this pursuit unfits us for the enjoyment of the real, deep, satisfying things of life, if it blinds our eyes, warps our souls and numbs our better senses and sensibilities? "The be-all and end-all of life should not be simply to get rich, but to enrich the world." -B.C. FORBES 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 $1 to Abigail Van Burcn, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. POLLY'S POINTERS Exercise sandals need spiffing up By Polly Cramer 's Problem Polly DEAR POLLY — How can I clean my wooden "exercise" sandals? They are very soiled and discolored. — JANE. DEAR POLLY — In discussing my Pet Peeve with others I find most feel the same as I do about having to buy things in sets, especially cookware. One company sells cast iron, another cast aluminum and another copper-bottomed stainless steel but too often in sets only. Sometimes we like to buy one piece as a gift but cannot. There are many other items sold the same way that are passed by when often the customer ,wpuldvlMiy Qne*n,^edBdlar.ti<e4e,<^s MRS-J^B.-. '•'—DEAR POKEY - I am atisWrTng'BeHna~whose husband is allergic to wool pants worn against his skin. An extension agent once told us to line all men's and women's wool slacks but this is guite a job to do. I bought women's nylon pants liners and like them and do not see why men's nylon knit pajama pants could not be worn under wool pants as liners. It seems to me they would be great to keep the wool away from the skin. - MARGARET. DEAR POLLY — We were having trouble with rusted nail heads bleeding through the fresh paint on our newly purchased wood frame house. A carpenter friend suggested that we first spot paint the nail heads with aluminum paint and then repaint with the outside paint. We have no more of this bleeding and thought this Pointer might help someone else with the same problem. — MRS.H.W. DEAR POLLY — It always annoys me to see a dress that buttons in the front gaping between the buttons. Now I put a zipper on the inside so it cannot be seen. I find the dresses look so much better. I start the zipper low in the front and have it extend below the abdomen. Stick zipper to the bottom side of the dress and then button. Baste zipper to be sure it is in and stays in the right place and then stitch. The stitching will show but when matching thread is used this looks better than the gaping, I think. - JOE. DEAR GIRLS — I agree with Joe about the gaping fronts of many dresses. Several years ago I noticed that between the buttons on the front of a very expensive blouse there were dress snaps, along the line of the buttons, and have added these to many of my dresses and blouses. I found it well worth the slight trouble. The garments look so much better. - POLLY. You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite home-making idea, Pet Peeve, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem. Write Polly in care of this newspaper. (NKWSPAI'KH KNTKHIMtlSK ASSN.i Clip and save Safety rules The hazards of self-medication result from carelessness, faulty self-diagnosis, and failure to heed the warnings and directions for use of the drug. You can be your own best protection against harmful effects of self-medication. Wanda Williams, county Extension agent-home economics, says to follow these simple rules for your own safety: —Don't be casual about taking drugs. —Don't take drugs you don't need. —Don't overbuy or keep drugs for long periods of time. —Don't combine drugs carelessly. —Don't continue taking over-the-counter drugs if symptoms persist. —Don't take prescription drugs not prescribed specifically for you. —Do read and follow directions for use. —Do be cautious when using a drug for the first time. —Do dispose of old prescription drugs and outdated over-the-counter medications. —Do seek professional advice before combining drugs. Do seek professional advice when symptoms persist or return. —Do get medical check-ups regularly. CHURCH BAZAAR SPECIAL Is there a church bazaar in your future? It's sure to be successful if you follow the suggestion and make some of the 100 projects outlined in "Francine Coi'fey's Celebrity Sewing Bee.' Francine Coffey, now fashion director for the Singer Company, is well-known through her appearances on the Dinah Shore television show. In her first book, this Missouri-born expert mixes sewing information with anecdotes about her background, the stars she has known and worked with, the behind-the-scenes of haute couture workrooms. The second half of the book Chicken doesn't have to be bland Delicate use of spices perks up bland flavor of chicken. By Aileen Claire NEA Food Editor Chicken is an international favorite despite its being one of the blandest of all meats commonly eaten. To fit the tastebuds of people in various parts of the globe chicken is prepared with all types of spices. For example, there is the curried chicken of India, the paprika chicken of Hungary and the gingered chicken of the Orient. Mexican-style includes the use of cumin seeds and the Spanish use saffron. Want chicken a la Francaise? Use tarragon, thyme and bay leaves while some Italians reach for the anise to perk up their chicken dishes. For those who are just beginning to experiment with spices and herbs in cookery, start simply with an Herbed Chicken Delicious which relies upon a touch of garlic and poultry seasoning and tomato to pep up this dish. HERBEO CHICKEN DELICIOUS 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning 1 /4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 /8 teaspoon garlic powder 2'/: pound chicken, cut in serving-size pieces 3 tablespoons salad oil 1 can (1 pound) tomatoes, crushed 3/4 cup water, divided 1/2 pound chicken livers, halved 3 tablespoons flour Combine salt, poultry seasoning, black pepper and garlic powder, rub into all sides of the chicken. In a large skillet heat oil. Add chicken, a few pieces at a time; brown about 5 minutes on each side. Return all chicken to skillet. Add tomatoes, 1/2 cup of the water and chicken livers. Heat to boiling point; reduce. Cover and simmer 30 minutes or until chicken is fork tender. Blend flour with remaining 1/4 cup water. Stir into broth in skillet. Cook and stir 1 minute or until thickened. Serve with rice or noodles, if desired. Makes 6 portions. • NKWSl'Al'KH ENTKIU'lil.St: .VSSN ' gives diagrams and instructions for 100 bazaar projects, divided neatly into a ladies booth, a men's booth, a children's booth and a Christmas booth. Each is color-coordinated for merchandising impact. Each is packed with saleable ideas- to-sew. Francine also offers 10 tips for a successful bazaar. Whether you're bazaar chairman or a gift- stitcher, there are ideas and information here for all. ("Francine Coffey's Celebrity Sewing Bee" by Francine Coffey. Harper and Row, $7.95) (NKWSI'AI'KK KNTKHl'KISK ASSN.) Multi-Colored There's an attractive small purse with wooden handles out now that comes with a bonus, changeable covers. You can change its color and pattern at will with the covers to match any outfit. For either of Andy Lang's helpful booklets, "Wood Finishing in the Home" OR "Make Simple Plumbing Repairs," send 30 cents and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Know How, P.O. Box 477, Huntingtpn, N.Y. 11743. Be sure to specify which booklet you want. Saenger THEATRE Tonite-Wednesday SIDNEY POIT1ER BILL COSBY And HARRY BEL4FONTE As Geecnie Dan UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT PC -3S- , . ._ , ,.'|.'J •' i*i - ? sj $ • • Woniewsnews Phone 777-34B1 Calendar of events Tuesday ,0ctobcr 8 Baker Hdmemakers Ex* tension Club will meet Tuesday, October 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lawrence Easterling. (Please notice change of meeting place.) The Antique Collectors Club will meet Tuesday, October 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the Douglas Building. Full attendance will be appreciated because social activities and trips will be planned for this club year. The mulligan stew planned for a later date Is still being planned, also, ! Chapter AE, PEO will meet at the Heritage House, Tuesday, October 8 at 2 p.m. (Notice change of meeting place.) Wednesday, October 9 The Senior Citizens Club will meet Wednesday, October 9 at 2 p.m. in the Douglas Building. The Lilac Garden Club of Hope, will meet Wednesday, Oct. 9lh at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Roy Taylor with Mrs. Otis Taylor as leader of the program. John Cain Chapter DAR will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday, October 9 at 12 noon at Holiday Inn Restaurant. Hostesses are Mrs. F.Y. Trimble and Mrs. C.B. Voss. The Hope Junior Auxiliary will honor associate, sustaining and nonresident members at a coffee in the home of Mrs. Grayson Spears on Wednesday, October 9, at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, October 10 The Ladies Golf Association of the Hope Country Club will meet Thursday, October 10 at 12 noon at the Club. The Independent Pullet Growers Association will meet Thursday, October 10, at ?;3d bl the Farm Bureau Conference Room, All growers are urged to attend. The Melrose Extension Homemakers Club will meet Thursday, October 10 at 2 p,frt, in the home of Mrs, W*A, PowelJ, 712 Park Drive. (Please note change of meeting place.) 1 . - •.-';••: ' • • . Friday, October 11 The homeroom mothers of the fourth grade of Spring Hill Elementary School will hold a combination bake and rummage sale on Friday, October 11. The sale will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will continue until everything is sold. It will be held on the corner of 6th and Main Sts. at the former Luke's Plumbing building. Saturday, October 12 The junior class of Hope High School will have a paper drive on Saturday, October 12 to raise money for homecoming activities. Please put all papers, magazines and catalogs on curb for pickup. If unable to put your paper out, please call the following numbers by Friday afternoon: 7-3230, 7-3636 or 72655. Sunday, October 13 St. Peter's C.M.E. Church of Ozan will have their annual Men's Day Program, Sunday, October 13, beginning at 3 p.m. Speaker will be the Rev. Thomas Williams. The Calvary Baptist Youth Choir will present a mini- concert entitled "Make Us One," Sunday, October 13 at 7:00 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church. Here's the Answer By ANDY LANG AP Newsfeatures Q. — I intend to cover our backyard patio with fiber glass roofing. Can you tell me what size wood to use for the rafters of the framework? A. — Generally, 2 by 6 rafters, with a 2 by 8 rafter support at the lower front where the 4 by 4 posts are located. But you would be unwise to buy any material until you find out what the local codes are for that type of construction. The codes will even specify how the wood is to be attached. If you take a chance and build the roof without investigating, you might have to take it down at a later date. Q. — I'd like to use textured paint on one wall of my den. Someone has told me it's not a good idea because the wall can never be made smooth again. Can't it be sanded smooth if I want to change it in a few years? A. — The advice you received was good. The wall might be made smooth again with an electric sander, but it would be a long, tough job and you'd probably regret you ever started it. Most persons who use textured paint are satisfied with the result. Q. — Can I apply plywood directly over a plaster wall? A. — Yes, but the wall must be level to get a good result. If it is not level, you will have to put up furring strips first. In the first instance, the plywood is nailed into the studs behind the plaster. In the second, the furring is nailed to the studs, and the plywood nailed or glued to the furring strips. Q. — Should varnish be heated before beirtg used? A. — It isn't necessary, but warming it helps it to flow easier. This should be done by placing the can in a pot of warm water. Don't warm It over an open flame. PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE in handling every type of insurance! Greeninq-Ellis Co. 209 South Main Hope, Arkansas Phone 1114**, I

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