Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 8, 1974 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 8, 1974
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November 8, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) STAR Blevins family living class visits Page Three Kay Worthey is betrothed BLKVINS FAMILY LIVING CLASS-made a field trip to businesses in Hope Thursday. Pictured with their adviser, Mrs. Joan Noesser, are: Pheneria Dixon, Mae Henegan, Dorothy Hill, Annette Johnson, Cindy McGill, Sadie —Hope (Ark.) Star photo by Pod Rogers Merrick Glorious Ogburn, Frances Phillips, Yolanda Phillips, Kathryn Scott, Hattie Snowden, Annette Steward, Pam Trevillion, Ann Whatley, Bonita Willis and Cathy Wilson. The Blevins Family Living Class with their adviser, Mrs. Joan Noesser made a field trip Thursday, to local businesses, to study, plan and price a wedding. The girls planned, in detail, from the photographs, inserting engagement and wedding pictures in the newspaper, to the selection of china, silver and crystal. Mrs. Kathy Lynn Prescott entertains friends A Halloween party was held in the home of Kathy Lynn Prescott at 708 West 16th Street, Thursday night, October 31st. After a hot dog supper, the guests played several fun Loves her husband, but not his son By Abigail Van Buren : - • 1974 by Th« Chicago Tribune •:..•„.-.-.•- ••-•.•• : -' '* •.!..*.•:!• ':•* ,:•;••.>• •:•.:'.:•:•: »: .': ' • DEAR ABBY: I married a man who was married before. Phil has a problem son who is now twelve. I have a daughter and son (9 and 11) by a previous marriage. I'm not saying mine are angels, but they respect me and have never been a discipline problem. Phil adores them, and they love him, too. Phil and I have had this son of his every weekend and every holiday. He is a difficult child. He lies and steals and I'm afraid he will be a bad influence on my children. Now Phil wants legal custody of his son so the boy can live here with us. Phil's ex will agree gladly because she can't handle him. Abby, if that boy lives here he will ruin my marriage. Try as I do, I can't even like him, much less love him. When Phil married me he didn't tell me I'd have to take his son. Phil is pleading with me. He says he'll have the boy counseled. I am torn. I love Phil, but I don't want that boy living here. Can you help me? TORN DEAR TORN: Don't battle it out with Phil. Get some counseling to resolve all those hostile feelings about an unfortunate, emotionally insecure (and possibly damaged) 12-year-old boy. . .... The only thing the lad doesn't need is to be placed m a home where another "mother" doesn't want him. He needs a lot of love. Please open up your heart to this boy and give him the same break your children have: TWO parents who love him. It could do wonders for him. DEAR ABBY: Our daughter was married at one of the loveliest weddings this town has even seen. We had everything planned down to the last detail, and nothing was left to chance. Needless to say, it cost us a lot of money, but it was worth it. ... The morning of the wedding, the minister who was to officiate phoned to say he had FOURTEEN houseguests- his three daughters and their husbands, his mother and dad, and six grandchildren-and could he bring them to the wedding, the reception and dinner as well? We had planned a sitdown dinner after the reception. I couldn't very well tell him he couldn't, so I said yes. Abby have you ever heard of such nerve? I am still upset about it, and wonder if there was any way to have turned him down politely without making an enemy of him for lite. I later learned that two of his daughters were not 'visiting as he said thev were They had recently moved to town, as he said tney were. y FUMING IN FLORIDA DEAR FUMING: I can't say whether a negative response would have made an enemy of him for life, but you could have told him that you couldn't accommodate 14 extra. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have a healthy, handsome, little five-year-old son. When people ask us when we're going to get a brother or sister for Joshua, we say: "We don't plan on having any more." (It's true. We happen to think that one is enough.) Well, you should hear some of the remarks we get. "How can you'raise a child all alone? You're selfish, you're lazy! You owe it to yourself to try for a girl. A mother isn't really a mother unless she has a daughter. You'll regret it later on!" Our relatives and friends keep pressuring us to change our minds, but we're really very happy with one child. What can we say in our defense? MOTHER OF ONE DEAR MOTHER: What makes you think you have to say anything? Tell them you don't care to discuss it-then change the subject. Everyone has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply! write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addreeaed envelope, please. For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lively Wedding " send $1 to Abigail Van Buren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. games and then went trick or treatin'. The "thirteen" guests, all of whom along with the hostess were costumed for the Halloween festivities, were: Cindy Kay Huckabee, Michawn Carman, Michael Michaud, Mike Sillivan, Keri Whitehurst, Cheryl Whitehurst, Shannon Lauterbach, Dusty Hall, Leigh Sayers, Lisa Still, Stephanie Coffee, Misty Wright, and Suzanne McCulley. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADMITTED: John Ingram Jr., Rosston; Reuvel Bright and Mrs. Thurman Ridling, Michael Johnson, all of Hope. DISMISSED: Mrs. Charles Primus and baby, Mike Butler, Johnny Britt, and Mrs. Patricia Ward, all of Hope; Clyde Miears, Lewisville; and Mrs. Ronal Chinault and baby, Fulton. BRANCH GENERAL HOSPITAL NO ADMISSIONS. DISMISSED: Mrs. Wanda Moore and baby boy, and Mrs. Frances Moses, all of Hope. By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Press Food Editor MYSTERY MOUSSE Delicious flavor combination, inspired by Viennese cuisine, that will have tasters guessing what the fruit is. Lightly drained cooked prunes 6-ounce package (1 cup) semi-sweet chocolate pieces V4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 8-ounce container heavy cream Put enough of the prunes, after pitting, through a food mill to make % cup puree. In the top of a double boiler over hot (not boiling) water stir together the 3 /4 cup prune puree, chocolate and sugar until chocolate is completely melted; cool and stir in vanilla. Whip cream until stiff; stir a little of it into the prune mixture to lighten; fold in remaining whipped cream. Turn into small souffle dishes (l-3rd to Vt cup capacity), pot de creme cups or sherbet glasses. Chill to set. Makes 6 to 8 servings — mousse is rich so small portions are appropriate. HELEN MASON'S SESAME CHICKEN A Connecticut friend's special recipe. 4 small or medium whole chicken breasts 1 2 cup soy sauce l-3rd cup salad oil 1 teaspoon dried crushed tarragon Sesame seeds Remove skin from breasts; flatten with a cleaver. Whisk together the soy sauce, oil and tarragon; marinate chicken in a single layer in mixture 12 to 24 hours, turning once midway. Grill or broil chicken until tender, brushing often with marinade; press the flesh side into the sesame seeds to coat and grill again briefly — just until seeds are toasted. Makes 4 large servings. Noesser stated that one of the benefits of detailed studies, such as this, is to make each girl have a more realistic view about costs and plans for the future. Women's news Mrs. Annette Rogers Phone 777-3431 Calendar of events 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. at the Catholic Parish Hall on East Third Street. Saturday, November 9 Veterans of World War I are reminded that there will be a meeting Saturday, November 9' at 1 p.m. in Washington, Ark. W.S. Williamson, Sec. The Shover Springs 4-H Club is having a chili supper Saturday, November 9 at 6 p.m. at the Shover Springs fellowship hall. There will be chili, dessert and drinks, price $1.50. The Elks will have a Special Dance Saturday, November 9. Recording artist, "Big Buddy Allen" and his Oklahoma Circle S Ranch Hands will play. November 9-10 The 16th annual South Arkansas Quartet' Convention will be held Saturday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Old High School auditorium in Arkadelphia. On Sunday the 10th beginning at 10 a.m. it will move to the Bismarck High School Auditorium. At least fifteen quartets are expected to appear on the program and the Bismarck Senior class will serve dinner. O.C. Miller, president of the association extends an invitation to the public to attend. Monday, November 11 The Builders Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church, teacher Mrs. Henry Haynes, will meet Monday, November 11 at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. C.R. Moore on the Rocky Mound Road. All members and associate members are urged to attend. The following groups of United Methodist Women of the First United Methodist Church will meet, Monday, November 11 (bring your "Thank Offering" this meeting-formerly called World Banks.) Group 1—10 a.m. with Mrs. Lloyd Spencer. Group 2—10 a.m. with Mrs. C.D. Lester. Group 3—2:30 p.m. with Mrs. W.D. Cohea, 315 N. Pine. Group 4—3 p.m. with Mrs. Arch Wylie. Group 5—7:30 p.m. with LaGrone Williams. Tuesday, November 12 The Baker Extension Homemakers Club will meet Tuesday, November 12 at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ardell Clark on West 16th St. The club will have their Fall auction sale. Tuesday, November 12 Antique Collectors Club will meet Tuesday, November 12 at 7:30 at the Douglas Building. Danny Rankin will bring the program on the restoration of Old Pioneer Washington. He will show slides and bring a report and anyone who is interested is invited to attend. Wednesday, November 13 The Lilac Garden Club of Hope will meet in the home of Mrs. B.W. Edwards, Wednesday, November 13, at 2 p.m. Mrs. L.C. Collins will lead the program on Christmas decorations and various members will demonstrate their ideas. A Drapery Workshop is planned by the Cooperative Extension Service on Wednesday, November 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Experiment Station Hut. There is no charge-but please register by calling the Extension Office at 7-5771. 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. The Task Group of the First United Methodist Church will meet Thursday, November 14, at 10 a.m. in the Church Parlor. The nursery will be provided. Friday, November 15 Friday, November 15 the senior class girls will play the junior class girls in the 12th annual powder puff football game at Hammons stadium. Price is $1.50 for adults and 75c for students. NOTICE: An aduli educaiion i lass for welding beginners will br held on 5 consecutive Tuesdays a, 7:30 p.m. al the Hopi'Hinh School Atfri building. Lessons, which will be Uiughl In Larry Meeks, will be on \o\. rnbcr 5, 12, 19, 26 and !)• • ' iiibci ,'{. A fee of $3 will be • h;irni-d. All equipmen; will be iiu'iii.-.hi-d. IiKeresi.fd persons ,•-!'•;..-*• <all 7-3-451, Larry Meeks or Tro\ Buck. REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY The engagement and approaching marriage of Belinda Kay Worthey to Barry Lane Cheatham is made known by her parents, Mrs. Jim Bench of Texarkana, Ark. and Dillard Worthey of Sahaira, Tex. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cheatham of Springhill. La. The wedding will be 1 an event of November 15 at eight in the evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Brown, 1101 Prince St., Texarkana, Tex. No invitations will be sent and all friends and relatives are invited to attend. Kftppn (iant inn has meeting in Hay me home The Alpha Delta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met Tuesday, November 5, at the home of Deanna Haynie with Muriel Dickinson and Aylene Kauble serving as co-hostesses. Following the monthly business meeting, Nelle Clark presented a program about pioneer women teachers of Hope. The members studied photographs of early school buses, early teachers and the first high school building in Hope. A tribute to Beryl Henry was given by Florence Hyatt. Miss Henry was a charter member of the Alpha Delta Chapter as well as the Kappa State chapter. The December meeting will be held at the home of Mildred McPherson. New members will be formally initiated at this time. Household hints To separate bacon that's taken straight from the refrigerator before cooking, use a rubber spatula. When you want to charcoal- broil small fish, place them in a well-greased, hinged wire grill. Never scour a teflon-coated saucepan or baking pan with steel-wool pads of abrasive cleaners. DIXIE Drive-In Theatre TONITE 7:00 SATURDAY-SUNDAY Watch them earn their credits! ingers *^VCOLOB p¥j"| A HEMISPHERE PICTURES REIEASE iSJ AND THE BARE FACTS AND NOTHING BUTI... Voung Seducers • EASTMANCOLOR A HEMISPHERE PICTURES RELEASi '^ HISfHICTtO .' ••' • - r* R BELINDA KAY WORTHEY Coming and Going Col. (R) and Mrs. Frank C. Malone of Austin, Tex. and Mrs. Allie Malone of Hope have returned from a visit in Clifton Forest, Va. with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anger and children. On their return to Hope they visited with Mrs. Frank Malone's sister, Mrs. Ervin Baker and Mr. Baker and other relatives before traveling back to Austin. Saenger THEATRE TONITE 7:00 SATURDAY 1:00-7:00 ADM. 1.00—1.75 HE'S BAD.., HE'S BLACK... HE'S BEAUTIFUL! HE'LL STEAL YOUR HEART! HE NEEDS HIS HIDE WHIPPED TEN TIMES A DAY! . ., . TOUGH! AND " "NOT SINCE 'SHANE', 'HIGH NOON' AND 'WILD BUNCH' HAS THERE BEEN SUCH A POWERFUL WESTERN! GLENN FORD Siarring in SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY DANA WYNTEfU VALERIE [POl u HARDER, FASTER, / BLOODIER, DEADLIER, THAN &i EVER! -& AM)

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