Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1974 · Page 3
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Wednesday, Octobei 23, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAR Page Three B&PW woman of year -Hope (Ark.) photo by Roger Head Dee McMurrough In Ted's case, "T" stands for trouble By Abigail Van Buren 1 1974 by The Chicago Tribune' DEAR ABBY: I am getting married next month and was very happy about it until last night, when Ted and I had a 'ong talk. He told me not to expect him to stay faithful to me all our married life because all married men go out on their wives sooner or later and he doesn't think he is going to be any different. . Abby, I love Ted very much, and I don't think I could stand it if I knew he cheated on me. What should I do? IN LOVE DEAR IN: Tell Ted that in this age of the liberated woman, all married women go out on their husbands sooner or later; and since you feel a part of the new sisterhood, the arrangement he proposes is at least negotiable. (In any event, the "T" in Ted stands for trouble.) DEAR ABBY: I was told that years ago, if a man didn't want to be drafted in the U.S. Army, he could PAY someone to substitute for him. I know it sounds like a dumb question, but I can't find the answer anywhere. Can you help me? INQUISITIVE DEAR INK: It is not a "dumb" question. And it WAS true, but no longer is. By the terms of the Conscription Act of 186.1, a man eligible for the draft could avoid service by providing a substitute, or paying a commutation of $300. One-time President Grover Cleveland paid a substitute $150 to serve for him in the Civil War. (Cleveland had two brothers in the U.S. Army and a mother and two sisters to. support at the time.) DEAR ABBY: My father-in-law died six months ago and since his death, my mother-in-law has practically lived with She comes over every night for supper and sits all evening. U's not that she stays so long, but I work, and frankly, I would like to be able to come home and just relax. She has always been very critical of anyone who doesn t keep a spotless house, and although I'm a fairly good housekeeper, I feel she will criticize me. It's gotten to the point where I hate to go home after work because I MOW she will be there. She's a nice person, and I get along* with her, but I need time to be alone. She spends every weekend here, and I can t accomplish anything because she is always looking over my shoulder. She's well enough to go everywhere we go. She went on our vacation with us, and if she wants to go next year, I d just as soon stay home. I hate to be a stinker, and I wouldn t want to shut her out completely, but this is too much. My husband is unfortunately her only "child ana she doesn't get along with the other DEAR SUFF: Your problem is not your mother-in-law, it's the lack of communication with your husband. Your objections seem reasonable enough to me. Have a heart-to-heart talk with hubby, and let him know how you feel. Everyone has a problem. What's yours? For a reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A., Cabf. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope, please. Hate to write letters? Send SI to Abigail Van Buren 132 Lasky Dr.. Beverly Hills. Calif. 90212. for Abby 6 booklet, "How to Write Letters for All Occasions. Polish Up Make a pedicure easier. Weave a folded up tissue between toes to separate them and you'll have less trouble applying polish. ' Even Distribution Don't undo jogging oenetits by hurting your feet while running. Ifyou run on a hard surface wear a cushioned shoe. Hempstead County Clerk Dee McMurrough was named Woman of the Year at the Hope BiPW Club's kick-off breakfast in the Town and Country to begin Business Women's Week, October 20-26. The theme of the week, "Blueprint for Women," was carried out in clever decorations of blueprints on the tables where breakfast was served to 28. "Your Priorities in Life" was the subject of an inspiring talk by Wayne Russell, general manager of Corn Belt Hatcheries. He said that women play an important role in all phases of our life today and should stress the best values, avoid prejudice, and strive for logical, achieveable goals. In these respects, men and women have co-equal responsibilities. Pat Harris, chairman of National Business Women's Week, introduced the speaker while standing before a sign that proclaimed "A Woman Must Know Herself Because Her Place is in the World." Assisting in arrangements for the special week that will include a coffee for the public in the Chamber of Commerce hospitality room Thursday, October 24 from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 2 to 4 p.m. are Nina Anthony, Viola Hogue, Virginia Hosmer, Ora Mae Moody, Belle Mudgett, and Jack Porter. Women's news Mrs. Annette Rogers Phone 777-3431 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hollis to mark 50th anniversary Calendar of events Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rateliff of Hope are proud grandparents of their first grandson. Master Alan Wayne Rateliff II, was born in Jacksonville, Ark. to Sgt. and Mrs. Alan Wayne Rateliff. He weighed 7 pounds 13% ounces. Great grandmother is Mrs. Ettie Harden of Spring Hill. Wednesday. October 23 Bro. D. D. Fairchild will be a guest at New Liberty Missionary Baptist Church (3% miles southeast of Emmet) Wednesday, October 23 at 7:30 p.m. He will be showing slides and films of his trip to the Holy Land. The public is invited. Bro. Harold Marcum, pastor. Thursday, October 24 The clothes room of First Baptist Church will be open Thursday 3 to 5 p.m. for those in need of clothes, NO COST, all sizes available. Entrance is the | side door of the small white ; building back of the church. The Hope Country Club Men's Golf Association monthly meeting and golf scramble will be Thursday, October 24. Entries will be taken beginning at 5 p.m. Play will start no later than 5:30 p.m. The Country Club Ladies' Bridge Luncheon will be Thursday, October 24 at 12 noon. Reservations may be made by calling the club, 7779944. The Hope B&PW Club will bold 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. CANCELLED: Bingo at the Catholic Hall, Thursday, October 24 has been cancelled. The Associated Women of Harding will meet Thursday, October 24 at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. M. H. Peebles. Friday, October 25 The Spring Hill PTA is sponsoring a Halloween carnival at 7 p.m. Friday, October 25, at the school. There will be a coronation of king and queen, an auction with Verdo Flowers as auctioneer, a drawing for a ham, and a concession stand with plenty of eats, plus 13 amusement booths. The carnival committee invites the public lo attend. Friday Music Club will meet Friday, October 25 in the home of Mrs. E. A. Pendergraft in Oakhaven at 3:30 p.m. Program leader is Mrs. James McLarty. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Joe Eason and Mary Anita Lascter. 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. Tuesday, October 29 The Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class of the First United Methodist Church will have a potluck in the recreation room of the church Tuesday, October 29 at 7 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. David Griffin, Mrs. Herbert Bristow, Miss Elsie Snyker, Mrs. Maggie Cowling and Mrs. Wade Gilbert. 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 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. Patmos singer to appear ,„..,,.,-H'.,««-^.."..--.-: • .-' v ?'tv •Y'^k; ' V "•» .'•< J ' ' ' , •'; "- -*• on Hayride U.S.A. Edna Gibson of Patmos has been chosen, through an audition, to appear on Hayride, U.S.A. on Saturday night, October 26. She is scheduled to sing three songs. Mrs. Gibson is well known in this area, having her own group which is called "Edna and the Misfits." She also formerly sang with her sister Lavon Powel in a twosome which they called "Edna and Lavon." HOMES By ANDY LANG AP Newsfeatures Q. — The metal flashing around one of the vents on our roof appears to have a gap in it between the bottom of the vent and the roof, which is composed of asphalt shingles. We haven't had any leak in the house, but I think I should fix it before we do. How do I make the proper repair? A. — In nearly every case, all that is required is to apply a generous coating of roofing cement to the damaged area. However, if the flashing is in bad condition and appears to require replacing, get a new flashing collar. Tell the lumber yard, roofing or other dealer exactly what it is to be used for. There are a number of products on the market for re- patching such areas (aside from roofing cement), including one that calls for covering the gap with a piece of fiberglass fabric and then applying a patching compound. Q. — The wood shingles on the walls of our fairly new house have never been treated. I want to apply a wood preservative. Can it be obtained in colors? A. — Some types can. There Is enough pigment in the preservative to provide a color, but not so much as to hide the wood grain. Q. — I often see the term "work triangle" in reference to kitchen arrangements. What does it mean? A. — It refers to appliance placement. The three main appliances — ^ refrigerator, sink and stove — should form a triangle whose sides total no less than 12 feet and no more than 22 feet. When the triangle is this size or dose to it, so the scientific studies say, there is a EDNA GIBSON -Hope (Ark.j photo by Roger Head minimum amount of walking required of the person preparing the meals. (The techniques of varnisrung, lacquering, shellacking, bleaching, staining and paint removing are explained in Andy Lang's helpful booklet, "Wood Finishing in the Home," available by sending 30 cents and a long, stamped self-addressed envelope to Know How, P.O. Box 477, Huntington, N.Y. 11743.) Warm and Wise Get back to the soil this winter. Wear a long bulky knit scarf with the word EARTH knitted into the design. SPECIAL! Dairy Queen AT Tues. & Wed. Oct. 22-23 Any size off Reg. Price sjoin the verowd .917E3rd Hope, Ark. Reg. OS. Pat. uu. AIO. IM* 1*7* Am. tt.fl MR. AND MRS. VERNON HOLLIS Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hollis of Patmos will mark fifty years of marriage on Friday, November 1. They were wed in Patmos in 1924. They have one son, James Ray Hollis of Tyler, Tex. Mrs. Hollis is the former Lois Formby daughter of the late Virgil and Dona Rider Formby. Parents of Mr. Hollis were Tom and Lucy Wilson Hollis. No celebration is planned. Here Come Strawberry Shortcakes By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor Nowadays cooks are likely to make individual biscuits for strawberry shortcake rather than to bake the biscuit dough the old-fashioned way, in one large round pan. This new custom evolved because only the number of biscuits to be served at a particular meal need be filled and topped with the berries whereas the big strawberry-doused shortcake doesn't hold over. Because in the following recipe the biscuits are made with solid white vegetable shortening, we've added grated orange rind for flavor; they're medium-rich with soft thick insides. In some families the traditional New England way of serving strawberry shortcake with "pour" cream still prevails, as called for in this rule. STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKES 2 pints strawberries Honey P/4 cups unsifted flour, stir to aerate before measuring 3 teaspoons baking powder % to 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Hansel Mitchell, Debbie Simmons, Mrs. Archie Smith, W.L. Tate, all of Hope;. Mrs. Sid Waller, Prescott; Clyde Miears, Mrs. Michael Adcock, both of Lewis ville. DISMISSED: Mrs. Bobby Josefy, R.L. McCain, Mrs. John Caldwell, Dee Roberts, Mrs. Willie Poindexter, Mrs. Lloyd Braden, all of Hope; Mrs. Ricky Renshaw, Conway; Dicie Childress, Mineral Springs; Mattie Wheeler, Washington. NEW ARRIVALS Mr. and Mrs. Sid Waller, Prescott, girl born October 22. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith, Hope, boy born October 22. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wicker, Prescott, boy, born October 22. Saenger THEATRE TONITK 7:00 •'HAMMER OF GOD" PLUS BlHICC U€ Return of The Dragon - . . his lut performance is hi* b«tl! l-^l fECHNKXXOfl" -A BKYANSION PICTURES Rdease STARTS THURSDAY Most cops play it by the book ...Newman wrote his own! PEPPARD ROfiffl ROBINSON A UNIVERSAL HCIUKt fpT»] HCHMCOLGK- STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKES—They're served the old-time way, with "pour" cream. Grated rind of medium orange, about 2 teaspoons l-3rd cup shortening % cup (about) milk Butter, soft 8-ounce container heavy cream Rinse strawberries in cold water; drain, hull and slice; mix in V* cup honey; let stand at room temperature or refrigerate. In a large mixing bowl thoroughly stir together the flour, baking powder, salt, sugar and orange rind; with a pastry blender cut in shortening until particles are tiny. With a fork, stir in enough of the milk to make a soft dough. Turn out on a floured pastry cloth and knead 6 times. Roll or pat dough to %-inch thickness; using a 3-inch round cookie cutter, cut into 8 biscuits. Place well apart on ungreased cookie sheet; bake in a preheated 450- degree oven until golden brown — 12 to 15 minutes. At once split hot biscuits; spread inner surfaces with soft butter and honey; place cut sides up on dessert plates; fill with some of the sliced strawberries and replace biscuit tops. Spoon remaining berries over top of shortcakes. Spoon 2 tablespoons cream around each biscuit. Serve at once. Makes 8 servings. 400 recipes are given in the illustrated "Cecily Brownstone's Associated Press Cookbook" available by sending $4.95 (check or money order made payable 'to '.'The Associated Press") to this newspaper hi care of AP Cookbook, Box G4, Teaneck, N.J. 07666. A medium cantaloupe half contains about 60 calories, plus enough of vitamins A and C to supply more than the amount recommended daily. patent SHOES FOK WOMEN Give your foot team support, splurge on fashion too ... this pant-happy shoe has it all! Strapped, vamped, well-heeled, crafted to make you feel comfortable. Red Patent Newly light on your feet. Black Patent 'A Fomily Shoe Store" iost 2nd Strtet

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