Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 31, 1974 · Page 3
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Thursday, October 31, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAR Page Three Beaumont-Rook engagement told MISS ANN BEAUMONT Representative and Mrs. W.E. Beaumont Jr. of No. 5 Pamela Drive, Little Rock announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Karoline Ann Beaumont to Glen David Rook of Hope. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. James D. Rook also of Hope. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rothwell of Washington. The bride-elect is a senior in Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Rufus Taylor, Mrs. Carl Ward, WUlie : Jackson, .Mr?^Robert Phillips, • Ts'J; JohristbnY^li of Hope; Mrs. Conrad Reed, Mineral Springs, Jason Matherly, Ross ton. DISMISSED: Opal Quillin, Bill O'Neal, Mrs. Ola Hollis, Miss Sue Stroop, Kenneth Munn, Jimmy Ponder, Mrs. Nancy Duffie, Mrs. James Pennington and baby, Ross ton. NEW ARRIVALS: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wildbur of Ashdown, girl born October 30. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Young, McCaskill, girl born October 30. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Dovie Rogers, Patmos; Ophelia Parker, Bradley. DISMISSED: H. 0. Grisham, Hope. Do-it-yourselfers will find much valuable advice in Andy Lang's handbook, "Pratical Home Repairs," which can be obtained for $1 through this newspaper at Box 5, Teaneck, N.J. 07666. High School. The groom-elect is a 1970 graduate of Hope High School and attended Southern State College in Magnolia. He is now employed with Arnold Distributing Co. of Texarkana. The wedding will be an event of January 3, 1975 at six-thirty in the evening at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, Little Rock, with the Rev. James B. Argue officiating. Friday, November 1 Extension Homemakers Christmas Fair 2-6 p.m., November 1 in the Fair Park Coliseum. Christmas Decoration, Ornament and food ideas available free of charge. The Booster Club will sponsor a chili supper at the school cafeteria from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, November 1, prior to the homecoming game. Saturday, November 2 Game night (Bridge and Pitch) will be held Saturday, November 2 at the Hope Country Club. Supper wiU be Wednesday, November 6 District 16 of the Nurses' Association (A.S.&A.) will meet in the conference room of the DeQueen General Hospital at DeQueen at 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 6. Those wishing to form a car pool are asked to call either Mrs. Juanita Rice or Mrs. Wilma Booker. November 6,7, & 8 The Council of Catholic Women will hold their 30th annual Christmas bazaar November 6,7 and 8. The hours will be from 5 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday. On Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 12 Antique Collectors Club will meet Tuesday, November 12 at 7:30 at the Douglas Building. Thursday, November 14 A meeting of persons interested in organizing a chapter of A.A.R.P. and-or N.R.T.A. is planned for Thursday, November 14 at 7:30 at the Douglas building. Details of the plans will be given at a date nearer the time of the meeting. NOTICE: No wedding or engagement pictures will be returned unless accompanied by 'self addressed and stamped envelope. Pictures may be picked up at the Star office after they run in paper. Here's the Answer By ANDY LANG AP Newsfeatures Q. — In the instructions for a project I am planning, there is mention of self-tapping screws. My hardware dealer says he doesn't know what they are. Can you tell me? A. — Ninety-nine hardware dealers out of 100 probably know that self-tapping screws are what generally are called sheet metal screws. They get the name self-tapping from the fact that they cut their own threads into metal when driven into place. Go back to your dealer and tell him you want sheet metal screws. Q, — I want to finish the attic in our house. Can you tell me how to add a dormer? A. — If you have to ask, forget it. This is a major structural job that requires skill and knowledge. If done poorly, it can cost you a lot to have it fixed. Besides, even if instructions would do you good, there isn't half enough space here to give you the details. Why not have the dormer put in professionally, then tackle the finished room or rooms yourself? Q. — The concrete slab of our patio has started to develop powdery spots in places. How can I fix this? A. — Apply a coat of concrete sealer sold in most hardware stores, lumber yards and building supply dealers. If you intend to paint the concrete now or at some later date, read the label of the sealer to be sure that it can be painted over. Q. — The subfloor in my attic is laid at right angles to the joists. If I finish the attic at some later time and put down strip flooring, should it be laid in the same direction as the subfloor? A. — No. Install it at right angles to the subfloor. And put down some building paper between the subfloor and the new floor. Christmas Fair November first Photo by Wanda Williams with Star camera MRS \ M HEWITT, a member of the Shover Springs Extension Hnmpniakers Club works on a Christmas tree ornament she plans to Sav at the Extension Homeamker's Christmas Fair. The ornament is fashioned from string, glue, paint and a balloon and makes a Se ornament for any tree. To learn how to make these orts Dlus many other ideas, plan to attend the Christmas Fair to from 2 to6 p.m., November l at Fair Park Coliseum. Golden Age Club honored Male nurse wants to be a woman By Abigail Van Buren C 1(74 by Th« Chicago Tribune DEAR ABBY: I am a 23-year-old white male nurse. I love sports and excelled in track. I was saved by the grace of Jesus Christ two years ago. I read my Bible daily and sing in the gospel choir. Even though I am a born-again Christian, I am miserable. All my life I have wanted to be a woman. I would love to be on the U.S. Women's Olympic Track team. I can cook, sew and type. I have never cared anything about mechanics, engineering or any of the so-called masculine careers. I hate hunting and fishing. I never could kill a living thing. Abby, this secret desire to be a woman is about to destroy me. I am not a homosexual, but I'd give anything to have a sex change operation. Where is this done? Is is against the law? I will go anywhere. I'd rather be dead than continue living like this. Abby, if the Lord really loves me, why did He give me a man's body when I feel and think like a woman? I have been this way all my life. Please help mel SAVED BUT DIFFERENT DEAR SAVED: The Lord created all of us, and why he made you "different" I do not know. Nature sometimes makes biological blunders, as is the case when one's body does not conform with his (or her) natural feelings. You are not alone. Don't feel guilty. One cannot help what he feels. I believe that knowledge, skill and talent are divinely inspired, and that those scientists, physicians and surgeons whose combined efforts have made sex-change operations possible do so with God's guidance. For information about sex-reassignment and related problems, write to The Erickson Foundation, 1627 Moreland Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 79808 DEAR ABBY: I am writing a paper on modern marriage and would appreciate your help. From the wife's point of view, what is the most common complaint about her husband? From the husband's point of view, what is the most common complaint about the wife? B.H. DEAR B.H.: The wife's Number One complaint: "My husband doesn't appreciate me." The husband's Number One complaint: "She nags me." DEAR ABBY: My wife is a fraud. About four years ago I made a deal with her. I told her if she would quit smoking I would buy her a pair of diamond earrings she wanted very much. She agreed to quit, and I bought her the earrings. I should tell you that we had been married for 30 years and I thought I could trust her. Well, a year ago I caught her smoking. She said she really hadn't started to smoke again, but she'd take a cigaret "occasionally^ tojkeep^lvii^from eating between meals because she was trying to keep" her weight down. At that time she gave me her word that she wouldn't smoke again. I am almost certain that she is smoking behind my back, but I haven't caught her at it yet. If I can prove that she's smoking should I sell the earrings to teach her a lesson? UNHAPPY HUSBAND DEAR UNHAPPY: No. But ask her to hand them over, and put them away as an incentive for her to swear off again. 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. New bride honored at surprise shower —Photo by John Henley with Star camera The Kiwanis Club was co-sponsor of a fish dinner recently attended by twenty-two members of the Golden Age Club at the private dining room of the Trade Winds Inn. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henley, Parks and Recreation Department, John Henley of the Hope- Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce, and representatives of A.A.R.P. Even Gourmets Dig These Apples Mrs. Paul Murphy nee Janice Miller, who was married on October 18, was honored with a surprise bridal shower Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Judy Foley. She was assisted by Miss Ginger Hiscott. The hostesses presented Janice a rosebud corsage. Flower arrangements and other decorations carried out a pink and white color scheme. After several games were played -the honoree opened her gifts and displayed them. A cake embossed with pink rosebuds, pink Tropicana punch, mints and nuts were served from a table covered with a white linen cloth and centered with a permanent arrangement of apple blossoms. The Murphys are at home on North Hervey Street. Quick breads are improved by resting the dough for 15 minutes before placing in the oven to bake. This allows the bread to rise just a little, but not enough to keep the top from cracking during the baking period. By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor Each year we've made candy apples for Halloween and, following tradition, we've used medium or large-size fruit. Youngsters love them, but I've always noticed that most of the time there's too much apple and usually half of it gets thrown away. This year, spurred on by inflation, we did something different. We used small Mcfntosh apples (the bag was marked No. 1 — 2-inch minimum) and coated them with chocolate. Success. Our young visitors ate every bit. Our grownup guests with epicurean tastes did the same. So, if you're giving a Halloween supper party, these Chocolate Apples will make a fun dessert. Our discriminating adult friends enjoyed the stick apples so much because the coating was made with real chocolate rather than the ersatz product. Advice: read the label when vou're buying semi-sweet chocolate pieces. The cost? At New York City prices, and they're higher than those in some other parts of the country, our .-batch of Chocolate Apples cost about 90c. These days a treat such as this for lOc a portion is a bargain. If the apples you use come from S iur own tree or. you've cadged em from a neighbor's, you can of course »nake this Halloween offering for much less. CHOCOLATE APPLES 9 small apples, about 1% pounds wooden craft sticks l-3rd cup (about) finely chopped walnuts or peanuts 6-ounce package (1 cup) semi-sweet real chocolate pieces 2 tablespoons light or dark syrup 2 tablespoons butter or margarine IVi teaspoons water Wash and dry apples. Remove stems: hold the stem in one hand and rotate apple with the other and stem should come out easily. Insert a craft stick in the stem end of each apple. Spread the nuts fairly thickly on a small cookie sheet or similar utensil in 9 rounds, each the diameter of the apple. In the top of a double boiler placed over hot (not boiling) water stir together the chocolate, corn syrup, butter and water until chocolate melts completely. Remove from heat and water, but keep water at hand. Work quickly; tip double-boiler top and twirl apple in the chocolate mixture; remove quickly and holding apple stick down over pan, let chocolate spread so apple is coated; place apple stick side up on a round of the nuts. As chocolate I want to take this method of thanking everyone who remembered me, in any way, during my stay in St. Michael's Hospital in Texarkana. I especially appreciate the prayers, visits, cards and flowers from my friends at the Hope Star and from my Church. George "Boots" Smith Jr. f***************************** » We extend our heartfelt thanks to our relatives and friends, who brought food, flowers and your visits during the loss of our loved one. And a special thanks to Rev. Carl Diffee for his generous services. The Family of A.E. (Gus) Collins ciM************************** HALLOWEEN TREAT—Apples coated chocolate and embellished with nuts. with gets lower in pan, use a spoon to help coat the apples with the chocolate. If chocolate gets too thick to spread easily, place it over the hot water to warm it. When all apples are coated, refrigerate uncovered until chocolate has set. If you want to add more nuts to the apples, remove coated apples from refrigerator when chocolate has set but is not entirely firm (about 15 minutes) and roll the bottom sides of each apple In extra finely chopped nuts, then return to refrigerator uncovered until chocolate sets completely. The apples may be refrigerated overnight but you may want to let them stand at room temperature about 1 hour before serving. If you haven't a double-boiler you can improvise by using a small or medium metal or heatproof-glass mixing bowl set over a saucepan or in a skillet of water that is very hot but not boiling. lie Smart A balanced diet is still the best way to insure good skin and health. Too fast u weight loss can make you look drained and pale. Well Finished Chipped nail polish is unsightly and patching usually shows. Remove polish from the whole nail and apply new polish for a neater look. Saenger TONITK 7:00 FRIDAY-SATURDAY M ATI NEK SAT. Three boys wanted to be like their hero. Harry Spikes. They got their wish. SOOD they were worth a fortune. DEAD or ALIVE. By: DOUG HAYNIE, R.PH. PHARMACY TOPICS: Shades of Woody Allen's "Sleeper!" They really ARE freezing bodies for possible resurrection in a medically more- sophisticated future. But cyronics is expensive — and not really certain. For safe drinking water after a flood — filter through a cloth, then boil 10 minutes before using. Testing continues on a canine oral contraceptive. Several thousand dogs are taking their "pill" daily at home this fall. Is pollution driving us crazy? Study in Philadelphia found that rising levels of sulphur dioxide, oxidaats , suspended dust, and smoke and haze were associated with increased drug use, psychiatric emergencies, violence and neuroses. The low-fat, low cholesterol diet that has been recommended to protect against heart disease may also help prevent cancer of the colon, the nation's second source of cancer deaths, doctors suggest. News of health aud medicine is brought to you as a public service by Ueauua Drug, where your health comes first. And you always receive the lowest prices available anywhere. QiANNADRUG 8th & Main St. Hope, Ark. Phone 777-6446 The Busy Comer

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