Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 16, 1974
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Wednesday, October 16, !9f4 HOPE fAftKJ SfAft Page Three Cradle Roll Stuffed beef roll October 9 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Etter of Hope are the parents of a daughter, Shannon Leigh who was born on October 9 weighing 7 pounds 1 ounce. The Jim Merchants of Nashville have a son born October 9. The young man weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces and has been named Jamie Neal. October 11 Donnie Wayne Golden, is the name the Roy Goldens of Blevins have given the new addition to their family. He was born October 11 and weighed 8 pounds 1 ounce. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Milus of Hope are the pound parents of a son, Rodney Ray born October 11 weighing 6 pounds 12% ounces. October 12 Brandon Wayne is the name Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wren of Prescott have given their new addition. He arrived October 12 and weighed 6 pounds 15 ounces. October 13 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Williams of Ross ton have a new son, Marly Hines, born October 13. He weighed 5 pounds 2 ounces. The John Templetons of Nashville have a new daughter, Lynda Michelle born October 13. Women $ news Mr*. Annette Rogers Phone 777-3431 wed dins plans told ^m*r *•*• * , , Calendar of events Vegetable-stuffed beef roll and spaghetti serve niany guests. By Aileen Claire ' •• v r^ NEA Food Editor Pasta parties help stretch the food dollar. In planning a menu for a large family or for a number of guests consider serving spaghetti with a different twist. Top the pasta with a stuffed beef roll - 1% pounds of ground beef makes eight servings. Top with a tomato sauce and serve with a large salad and fresh fruit for dessert. SPAGHETTI WITH STUFFED BEEF ROLL 1 egg 1 tablespoon prepared mustard Salt and pepper Va cup beef bouillon 1V4 pounds ground beef %. cup fine dry bread crumbs 4 carrots, halved and cooked 1 V4 cups sliced celery, cooked Vz . cup chopped parsley 2 slices bacon, diced V4 cup chopped onion 1 clove garlic, crushed 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar Will daughter's fiance stay clean? By Abigail Van Buren © 1974 by The Chicago Tribune DEAR ABBY: Our daughter, whom I'll call Betty, is 26, a college graduate and has never given us a moment's worry —until now. Betty wants to marry Ron, a 34-year-old college professor who has used LSD off and on for three years. She said Ron promised to give up drugs three months ago and she is sure he will keep his promise. (Betty has never used drugs.) Betty's doctor advised her not to risk having children because of her fiance's history with LSD, so she intends to remain childless or adopt. Naturally, this hurts us deeply. We think Betty should wait and make Ron prove himselt before marrying him. So far we have avoided meeting him, which has made Betty very cool and distant to us. We don't want to attend her wedding, let alone foot the bill for it. Are we wrong? BETTY'S PARENTS DEAR PARENTS: Yes. I can understand your concern and heartache over the fact that your daughter has chosen to marry a man who has been into drugs, but at 26, she's an adult and is entitled to make her own decisions—right or wrong. Meet Ron. It will improve your relationship with Betty immediately. Don't foot the bill for a wedding if you don't want to, but do attend. It's entirely possible that Ron will stay clean. I hope so. Think positive. DEAR AJBBY: Every time I buy my husband a gift, his mother says to me in front of company, "You didn't buy him anything. It was bought and paid for with HIS MONEY." You see, 'I have never worked outside the house, but I am raising four children, and I keep a clean house and cook good meals and I've made the children's clothes and my own since they were tots. What do you say? Do I earn any of the money I save from the household allowance he gives me, or not? WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: You probably than you get. "earn" a lot more DEAR ABBY: Please don't throw this away without answering because it's no joke. I'm a guy whose nipples protrude very, very conspicuously. They show through my shirts, and people are always making remarks like, "Hey, you need a bra." However, the fact is. my chest is not unusually large-just my nipples. Several years ago I read that mothers who wanted to breast-feed their babies were advised to pull on their nipples so they would protrude, and their infants could nurse more easily. I remember now that when I was a kid (in about the sixth grade) I had a habit of doing that unconsciously while I studied. I would appreciate it if you would consult some authority on how to get my nipples back to normal, if it's possible. SELF-CONSCIOUS DEAR SELF: Two suggestions: Cover them with tape to flatten. Or have the protrusions surgically reduced by a plastic surgeon. 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. Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 1« Lasky Dr.. Beverly Hills. Calif. 90212, for Abby's booklet, 'How to Write Letters for All Occasions." V4 teaspoon thyme leaves 2 cans (8 ounces each) tomato sauce 1 cup water 1 pound spaghetti 2 tablespoons salt 4 to 6 quarts boiling water Beat egg in large bowl with mustard, 1 teaspoon salt and 1/8 teaspoon pepper. Add bouillon, beef and bread crumbs. Mix until combined. Turn onto large sheet of waxed paper. With moistened hands pat into a 14 x 10-inch rectangle. Arrange carrots and celery over the meat; sprinkle with parsley. Roll up jelly-roll fashion, peeling off waxed paper while roiling. Place seam side down in shallow roasting pan. Seal ends of roll. Bake in 350- degree oven 1 hour. Meanwhile, prepare spaghetti sauce. Brown bacon in large saucepan over medium heat; remove with slotted spoon and set aside. Add onion and garlic and saute in drippings until lightly browned. Pou^ off excess fat. Stir in su§ thyme, tomato sauce, 1 i water and bacon. Bring! sauce to a boil, reduce heat? and simmer 5 minutes more. Brush some of sauce over beef roll during last 10 minutes of baking period. Keep remaining sauce hot to pour over spaghetti. During last 15 minutes of baking time, cook spaghetti. Gradually add spaghetti and 2 tablespoons salt to rapidly boiling water so that water continues to boil. Cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, until tender. Drain in colander. Serve spaghetti with sliced beef roll and sauce. (Note: Allow meat to stand 5 minutes for easier slicing.) Makes 8 servings. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Thursday, October 1? Hospital Auxiliary members will meet Thursday, October 17 ai 7 p.m. in the Hospital dining room. All members are urged lo attend. Baptist Women Mission Action Circle will meet in the Houston Gunier home on Wilson Drive, Thursday, October 17 at 9:30 a.m. The Order of Eastern Star No. 328 will meet for "step up" night on Thursday, October" 17 at 7:30 p.m. Polluck supper will .the served at 6:30 p.m. Coming and going Mrs. Mary Savides of Treasure Island, Fla. is visiting in the Bill Etter Jr. home. She came to meet her new granddaughter, Shannon Leigh who was born October 9 at Memorial Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Etter of Washington. Mrs. Bernie, (Sue)..Hargis of Warren visited her parents, Mr;:aria<MrfeiGaaud Sutton"a'n'd her;gister'Mrs.;_';' ^ Ray (Roxie"]"'Lawrence 4 and MrTLawrenc'e 'arid 'other : ' relatives in Hope last weekend. The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Jackson, Rosemary and Larry of Little Rock visited his prents Mr. and Mrs. Hal A. Coones over the weekend. All members of the Third District Arts it Crafts Club are urged to attend a special meeting Thursday, October 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. •' Inez Kirk on Proving Ground *Rd, Plans for the Club's participation with the amateurs' Halloween painting contest In Village Shopping Center will be formulated with Haskell Jones of KXAR in charge. Mrs. Dona Wright reports the Shbver Springs extension club will meet at the home of Mrs. Bobbie Faye Dillard, the 17th of October at 1 p.m. The Task group of U.M.W. First United Methodist Church will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday, October 17 in the Church parlor. The Daffodil Club will meet Thursday, October 17 at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. John Gambs on Wilson Drive. Mrs. James Lester will be co- hostess. Mrs. Harold Mobley will show a demonstration on needle po'.nt. The Dorcas Sunday School Class of Garrett Memorial Baptist Church will meet Thursday,- October • 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the homi of 'Mrs. Gladys Gentry. Mrs. Alice Arnett will be co-hostess. Friday, October 18 ATTENTION—Young people: Grace Baptist Church is hosting the Arkansas Youth Fellowship this Friday, October 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Red River Vo-Tech School. Larry Stark, pastor of Magnolia Baptist Temple at Magnolia, Ark, will be preaching. The:youth choir of the host church will be singing, Refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited, The pastor/Richard Martin says, "we're looking forward to a great time with you." * Saturday, October Id The Spring Hill 6th grade class will have a rummage sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In front*t>t the Butane Gas Company. The Elks will have a "Special Dance" Saturday, October 19. The recording artists, "Bill Black's Combo" will play. For reservations call, 772-9122. Guests are welcome. October 19-20 A special Invitation is extended JLO the public to the Fall session of the Hempstead County Singing Convention on October 19-20. The singing will begin Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Holly Grove Methodist Church, ten miles north of Hope, just off Hwy. 29. It will resume Sunday afternoon at 1:30. President is Gus Hickerson, vice-president is Ivy Mitchell and Sec.-lreas. is Mrs. Gus Hickerson. Sunday, October 20, The annual Robinson reunion will be Sunday, October 20 at the Coliseum. Members are asked to bring two of either a salad, dessert or vegetable. Each family is also asked for a donation of $5 or $1.50 per person to cover cost of meat and other expenses. The Guernsey Baptist Church extends an invitation to the public to attend a Billy Graham film at the church, Sunday, October 20 at 7 p.m. There is no admission charge and the film is a story of Jesus sung and told by Johnny Cash. Wednesday, October 23 The Hope Junior Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, October 23 at 10 a.m. in the Chamber of Commerce Office. Executive board will meet at 9:30 a.m. Potatoes Provencal good hot or cold By Aileen Claire NEA Food Editor Think food prices are unreasonable? According to one historical source, potatoes, always a family favorite, once cost as much as $15 a bushel in Colorado. Families headed West more than 100 Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Cora Hutchens, Mrs. Willie Poin- dexler, Mrs. Kate Dennis, Dewey Worthey, Mrs. Floyd Crank, Mrs. Forrest Hairr, Mrs. Forney Holt, all of Hope; Mrs. Leslie Formby, Blevins; Jerry Williams, Prescott; James Green, Fulton; Mrs. Ruby Bradley and Earl Bell, boih of Washington. DISMISSED: Mrs. Eulas Burke, Floyd Ponder, Heslerley Douglas, Mrs. Maggie Dell Thompson, all of Hope; Mrs. Dwight Williams and baby, Rosston. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL NO ADMISSIONS. DISMISSED: Samuel Hoover, Hope. WADLEY HOSPITAL, Texarkana Austin Hutson who suffered a broken hip in a fall Tuesday at a local motor company is a patient in Wadley Hospital (Room 459) Texarkana, Tex., 75501. He is scheduled for surgery on Thursday. REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY years ago found this a dear price to pay and the Gold Rush '49ers paid as much as one dollar each for a cooked potato. Those who wanted butter to top off this treat paid an extra dollar. So make good use of our far less expensive potatoes today and whip up a Potatoes Provencal which is delicious when eaten hot or cold. POTATOES PROVENCAL 1 /3 cup salad oil 1/2 clove garlic, minced 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 1 tablespoon chopped parsley 1 teaspoon grated onion 2 teaspoons salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg 1/8 teaspoon allspice 6 Idaho potatoes, pared and very thinly sliced Juice of 1/2 lemon In a Dutch oven heat oil. Add garlic, lemon rind, parsley, onion, salt, pepper, nutmeg, allspice and potatoes. Mix well. Cook covered, over low heat for 35 minutes, until potatoes are tender, turning potatoes occasionally. Sprinkle with lemon juice. Mix well. Serve hot or cold. Makes 6 to 8 servings. iiiiiirol AMERICANS SECOND FLOOR THE TRADITIONAL New England farmhouse moves to the suburbs in an updated version with plenty of room downstairs and four bedrooms upstairs. A center hall minimizes through traffic for housekeeping ease. Plan HA847S shows 1,135 square feet on the first floor and 735 square feet on the upper, bedroom level. Architect is Herbert G. Struppmann.Room 505, 48 W. 48th St., New York, N.Y. 10036. Anyone wishing to know the cost of the blueprint can write to the architect, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. MISS BRENDA GAIL MUNN Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muhn Jr. of Laneburg, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Brenda Gail to Billy Don Stewart. He is the son of Mrs. Marie Stewart of Emmet and the late Harmon C. Stewart. The wedding is planned for October 18 at 7:30 in the evening at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited. No invitations will be sent. POLLY'S POINTERS Bleach leaches hardwood floor" By Polly Cramer Polly's Problem = • ''DEARTOLLY'- TNpt'knowing there'was a leak in 'the bottle I put my bleach on my hardwood floor and now have a white ring. I would appreciate any suggestions as to how I can take care of this and restore my floor to its original condition — ISABELLE. DEAR POLLY - My Pet Peeve is with mothers who carry uncovered baby bottles in public. We do not carry our food and drink exposed to germs, dirt and insects and downtown pollution in all sorts of weather. Still there are mothers who do this to their very own tiny infants. When baby cries a bit he gets a dry rubber nipple stuck into his mouth. To me this is the worst pollution there is. — MRS.S. DEAR POLLY - W.T. wanted information about the care of Danish leather chairs. We bought leather-covered dining chairs when we were in Denmark. The clerk told us to simply wipe them from time to time with a cloth that has some petroleum jelly on it. This cleans and prevents cracking. I then wipe It off with a dry cloth. Our chairs look like new after 10 years of use and such treatment. — M.W. DEAR GIRLS - Real leather is affected by heat excessive dryness and dampness. Keep leather-covered pieces away from radiators and open windows during damp weather. Saddle soap can be used, according to directions, or leather can be washed with mild suds and a very little bit of water. Follow such washing with a leather dressing. Daily cleaning with a soft, DRY cloth and an occasional wiping with a damp one should keep a piece in good shape. If leather has become stiff from neglect soften with a light application of oil, such as neat's foot oil, but do not use too much. Rub in well and then wipe off with a dry cloth. - POLLY. DEAR POLLY — Children have a habit of turning the water faucet on full when washing their hands, brushing their teeth or getting a drink of water. To conserve water, reduce the water bill and eliminate splashing locate the water valve under or near your wash basin in the bathroom and turn the pressure down. — JAN. DEAR POLLY - I had some linen napkins yellowing with age in a drawer. I use the fine quality paper dinner napkins to save laundry. Finally I had the idea of sewing enough of the linen ones together to make a table cloth for our dining table. Lining up the edges of the napkins on a flat firm surface I whipped them together using linen thread and fine even stitches. I have had many compliments on this and a friend thought such a cloth would be striking sewed together with gold, silver or colored thread. - AGNES. If you haven't kept maple syrup in a cool dry place, it may be fermented. The fermen- tage, however, does not spoil the syrup; to restore it to its normal flavor, heat it to the boiling point and skim. Turn into a jar, cover tightly and refrigerate. NOTICE For Fast Lunch Service Coll the Dairy Queen at 4201 & RECEIVE A 10% Discount on Called in Lunches Dairy Queen --^IplglBIHH-- Ph 7774201 917[.3rd Hope,Ark. Reg. UJ3. Pit. Off. Am. IMfr. C«rp Saenger THEATRE Tonite7:00 "BONNIE'SKIDS" And "BUNNYCAPER" Rated R Starts Thursday (No one under 12) UNTAMED AND DEADLY. She ruled the swamp with a blazing gun "Gator Bait" Half animal. . .all woman V I

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