Friday, October is, im HOPE (ARK.) STAR Grandchildren of Ideal V -',': residents are winners Krisli Fuller and Nathan fiS * iT 6 recchU y or 0 * 11 * 1 Little Mr. and Mrs. Desha County, Kristi is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Fuller of McGehee. Local grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fullef, tewisville Rd. Great grandmothers are Mrs. Ida Camp and Mrs. Pearl Fuller. Nathan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pur lie of McGehee. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Maladier, Old Hwy. 67 W. Great grandmother is Mrs. Annie Madlock, a resident of Heritage Manor Nursing Home. In conjunction with this contest, a baby contest was held. Named one of the winners in the 13-17 months old division was 17 months bid Lesley Kay 4*111-tie sister of Nathan. NATHAN PURTLE KRISTI FULLER LESLEY KAY PURTLE Precautions in keeping game safe The hunting season for wild Arkansas game is here. As hunters take to the field and woods, there are a few precautions that will help keep their "game" safe to eat. Safe handling of this meat can make hunting profitable, as well as recreational. In these days of high food costs, any added source of food becomes even more important. Dolores McBride, County Extension Agent-Home Economics Leader, says that the success of any game dinner depends, to a great extent, upon the treatment the animal receives as soon as it is killed. Every animal or bird requires prompt and proper bleeding, dressing, and cooling under sanitary conditions to produce quality meat that is safe to eat. Good equipment for caring for the kiU is a must. Every hunter should consider this before leaving for the hunt. USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service offers the following suggestions to all hunters: Discard any game that has obvious signs of disease or disability. Do not use game if you don'l know who killed it, or that was not killed quickly and cleanly. Clean and chill your game as soon as possible. If the outside temperature is below 35 degrees F. then cooling is simple. Otherwise, your game should be cleaned and dropped into a cooler or ice chest as soon as possible. ^ Keep your hands, knife, and other utensils as clean as possible. Wash them frequently. If available, hot, soapy water will help. Upon arriving home, complete the care of your "kill" quickly and adequately. The final "dressing" should be done and the meat placed into the refrigerator. If you do not plan 10 cook the meat within a couple of days, it should be put into mois ture-vapor-resis tan t packages and frozen. Game meat, in common with all other meat, is an excellent source of high quality proteins. 11 also supplies fats, minerals, and some of the B vitamins that are needed for health and growth. Your hunting can save on the grocery bill—but be sure your "kill" is safe and the quality good. Much good game is ruined on the hunt. Don'l let it happen to you. Wants no wheels at her wedding By Abigail Van Buren Cl 1974 by Tht Chlctflo Tribun* DEAR ABBY: I am being married soon. My fiance's favorite brother, who was asked to be our best man, has just undergone his third operation. He will be out of the hospital in time for our wedding, but he'll'be in a wheel chair for several months. My fiance insists that his brother be in the wedding party, wheelchair or no wheelchair. Aoby, there will'be over 500 people at the wedding and reception. I'm having a professional photographer take pictures of the whole thing—even movies'—and I just know that wheelchair will ruin everything. Imagine, the best man going down the aisle in a wheelchair! I'm afraid people will laugh. Please don't get me wrong, Abby. I love my future brother-in-law and am sorry for what he's had to go through, but I think someone else should take his place as best man. Am I wrong for wanting everything to be perfect? PHOENIX BRIDE DEAR BRIDE: If by "perfect" you mean"appearances over the feelings of your fiance and his favorite brother, you are indeed wrong. A best man in a wheelchair (or for that matter, ANY member of the wedding in a wheelchair) is not unique in the annals of wedding ceremonies. And it's not apt to be laughed at. DEAR ABBY: I'm a 13-year-old girl.,I'm writing this for my brother (he's 12) and myself because we both have the same problem. It's our father. He refuses to take a vacation. Dad says he can't spare the time. He's in the insurance business and he makes a good , living, but what good is the money if he works himself to death? Mom is a housewife. We live in a nice home in the suburbs, have two cars, nice clothes and my brother and I .go to a good camp. Mom and Dad haven't had a vacation together since 'they've been married. Other families take a vacation every year. All our dad knows is work. Is there some way we can get him to take a vacation? We're not asking for a trip ourselves. We'd be happy if he took Mom and went someplace for a rest. Can you solve our problem? MILWAUKEE KIDS DEAR KIDS: You might tell Dad that because you love him you want him to live a long time, so he'd better take care of his health. Being in the insurance business he knows that all work and no play may make a lot of jack, but it also makes Jack a poor insurance risk. : DEAR ABBY: Sixteen years ago I read a letter in your column urging readers'to remove,the doors from.stpred and abandoned.iceboxes and,.refrigerpfors^sp' .children, "couldn't, crawl into them and become accidentally trapped. (You . called them "potential coffins.") " I remembered that letter so vividly because the year before, I had lost a precious four-year-old grandson in such a senseless accident. Following his death, his mother (my daughter-in-law) had psychiatric treatment for a year to overcome her recurring nightmares and feelings of guilt. I read the same warning in your column three more times over the years. Yesterday I read a small item in our local newspaper. A seven-year-old girl, who had been missing for 12 hours, was found dead in^an abandoned icebox stored in the basement of a playmate's home. During a game of hide and seek, the child had crawled into the icebox, was trapped, and eventually died of suffocation. Abby, will you please warn your readers again? It may save a young life. GRANDMA DEAR GRANDMA: I will. But most people are strange. They think the weird things about which they read can never happen to them. 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 Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. Coming and going Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake went by Lawton, Qkla. and picked up Col. and Mrs. Dorsey Fuller and all went to Santa Fe, N.M., Taos, N.M. and Albuquerque, N.M. for a two weeks vacation. Miss Harriet Ann Story of Greenville, Tex. has been a visitor in the home of her sister, Mrs. Douglas Drake and family. TG& IN HOPE FRIDA Y OCTOBER 18th SATURDAY OCTOBER 19th 10AM-7PM PHOTOGRAPHERS HOURS GET A Big 11x14 WALL PORTRAIT IN COLOR $*• -99 I Plus 70c Handling Groups, $1.0O Per Subject • No Age limit t limit 1 Per Subject Women *s news Mrs, Annette Rogers Phone 7 77*3431 Calend&r of Yvonne Saturday, October 19 The Spring Hill 6th grade class will have a rummage sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in front of 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 to the public to the Fall County Singing Convention*™ October 19-20. The singing will begin Saturday at 7:30 P .m. a t Holly Grove Methodist Church ten miles north of Hope, just off Hwy. 29. It will resume Sunday afternoon at 1:30. Sunday, October 20 The annual Robinson reunion will be Sunday, October 20 at the Coliseum. 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. Monday, October 21 Nevada County residents will honor Mrs. Leona Troxell, candidate for Lt. Governor, with a barbecue at Prescott City Park Monday, October 21 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $2.50. The public is invited. Tuesday, October 22 Whitfield Lodge No. 239 will confer an entered apprentice degree on Tuesday October 22, at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Wednesday, October 23 The JHope Junior Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, October 23 'at 1Q A.pi.; in .the, Chamber, of,., Commerce 'Office.' Executive board will meet at 9:30 a.m. The parents of Head Start children at Guernsey School will sponsor a Halloween Carnival on Thursday, October 31 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the School. For 25c there will be lots of games and prizes for everyone. Nov. 5,12,19, 26, Dec. 3 NOTICE: An adult education class for welding beginners will be held on 5 consecutive Tuesdays at '7:30.. ; .p,m. at the Hope High School Agri building. Lessons, which will be taught by Larry Meeks, will be on November 5, 12, 19, 26 and December 3. A fee of $3 will be charged. All equipment will be furnished. Interested persons please call 7-3451, Larry Meeks or Troy Buck. Cradle Roll Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis are the parents of a daughter born October 12 in Wadley Hospital in Texarkana. She weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces and has been named Christie Marie. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. France Praytor of Hope and F.J. Praytor of 'Ft. Worth. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I.E. Davis of Emmet. Golden Age Club meets Thursday, October 24 The Hope B&PW Club will hold their annual coffee Thursday, October 24 in observance of National Business Women's Week (October 20-26). It will be held from 9 until 11 a.m. and 2 until 4 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce. The public is invited. Bingo at the Catholic Hall, Thursday, October 24, at 7:30 p.m. $1 per card. Friday, October 25 Hope Country Club will have Bridge and Pitch night Friday, October 25. For reservation call 777-2285, 777-4998 or 777-9944 by Thursday, October 24. Thursday, October 31 Bobcaw PTA, Bodcaw, Ark. will have an old time Halloween carnival, Thursday, October 31 in the school gym at 7 p.m. The Kiwanis Club was cosponsor .of a 'fish dinner at-' tended by twenty-lwo members of the golden Age Club at the private dining room of the Trade Winds Inn on Thursday, October 17. Guests at the noon meal included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Honley, Parks and Recreation Department, John Henley of the Hope-Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Buckingham and associates of A.A.R.P. who are interested in starting a chapter in Hope. REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY '? DIXIE Drive-in Theatre Saturday-Sunday Tonite7:15 Adm. $1.75 Who will survive and what will be left of them? THE TEXA: CHAINSAW MASSACRE What happened is true. Now the motion picture that's just as real. onor,> YVONNE GREEN The Kitchen Almanac When preparing fresh pineapple — after slicing off the outside layer, use a strawberry hullcr to remove the "littie brown eyes" that remain in the fruit . . . Check the label to see if meat should be "cooked before eating." Don't assume that it is fully cooked. Speedy dessert ideas: Roll balls of your favorite ice cream in corn flakes. Serve with chocolate sauce... Keep a cake in your freezer for unexpected entertaining. Here is a delightful breakfast recipe that youngsters will find fun to make — and eat. Pcek-A-Boo Eggs are an easy project for little hands, but a big hand should be n e a r by , in case help is needed. Pcck-A-Boo Eggs (6 servings) Yv»nnt selected as ft member of Who's Who Among , American .High Schwrf 5todefi& , v Yvonne is active in school activities. She serves as Spanish Club secretary, member of the Future Teachers of America, Future Home' makers 6* America, -Future Business Leaders of America, afld tH6 Bobettes. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green Sf, Hospital Note* MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED! Mrs. Kathryn Esters, Linda Lawson, Homer Cobb, James Belts, Mrs. Clarence Phillips, Allen Hicks, all of Hope; Mrs. June Olea, Blevlns, DISMISSED: John Shirley, Leslie Ross, Mrs. Plennie McGee, Mrs. Mary Credit, all of Hope; Mrs. Maud Bright, Fulton. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips, Hope, girl born October 17. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Mary Rayborn, Hope. DISMISSED: Mrs. Veola Walton, Patmos. 6 slices enriched white bread Butter 6 Eggs Salt Pepper Cut hole in middle of each bread slice with 2-inch biscuit cutter. Fry each slice in 1 tablespoon butter until golden brown. Turn, melt more butter if desired for even color. Slip egg into center of hole. Salt and pepper to taste. Fry about 3 minutes, turn and fry 2 minutes or until egg is cooked on other side. * * * Making homemade soup? Chicken wings, necks and backs are often priced lower than beef soup bones. * * * A thin white sauce is usually preferred with starchy vegetables such as peas and lima beans; a medium white sauce with other vegetables. Saenger THEATRE Tonite7:00 Sat. Nite 7:00 MUST BE 12 OR OVER UNTAMED AND DEADLY, | she ruted the swamp wMia BLAZING GUN and a LUSCIOUS SMH£. HALF ANIMAL.. ALL KIDDIE MATINEE SATURDAY 1:30 TARZAN'S SAVAGE FURY" STARTS SUNDAY Bruce Lee* IU (tow Adventures as the Super Here from inter The Dragon"! Bruce Lee .Return of The Dragon ... his last performance is his test! TECHNICOLOR* 'A BRYANSTON PICTURES Release L PIUS THIS BIG THRILLER "PLAY ITAS IT LAYS" THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE TURNS INTO AN ACT OF VIOLENCE AND EVIL IN.
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