Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 28, 1977 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 28, 1977
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Wednesday, December 2.x. 1077 IIOPK i \HK Page Kive iiyir A ur ™-JCm &3^&& W £11 K-:> <mk iPNJs by Ed and Stevie Baldwin C 0' r hutsc9v. Dec 79. 19" ASTRO GRAPH MACRAME SUSPENDERS Wear these bright red suspenders with dressy pants, skirts, and just plain jeans— and love the look! Here Stevie shows them off with pants and shirt (Stevie loves this picture—says it shows her most photogenic side!) The best part of this project is that you only need to tie two macrame knots—the square knot and double half-hitch. The materials you'll need are: size 3 braided cord, bottons to attach the suspenders, a needle and heavy-duty sewing thread, and scissors. Each suspender strap is made separately, with the second strap woven through the first in the middle of the back. To make the first strap, begin with the loops in back. Tie 10 square knots in the middle of your cords, and bend the knots so that the ends meet. Join the cord ends with a series of double half-hitches tied just under the square knot loop. Use the right-hand cord as a holding cord. Make three more rows of double half-hitches. You have made one loop. Repeat the procedure for the other loop. Then join both loops side-by- side with two rows of double half-hitches. The strap body is made by repeating a sequential pattern. For the first row, make three square knots across the work. The second row has two square knots, and the third row repeat the first row with three knots across. Continue with this pattern until you have a total of seven rows of alternating square knots. Add a square knot button (just a series of square knots turned in on itself to form a loop). Complete the pattern with two alternating square knots on the eighth row. Repeat the pattern two more times, then leave straight cords (a space to weave the other strap through later) bounding the straight cords on the top and bottom with a row of double half-hitches. Continue the eight-row pattern of square knots eight times (or until the strap is long enough). Complete the strap by reversing the loop procedure on the other end. Make the second strap the same as the first, and weave the straight cords through the space you left in the first strap. If you would like complete step-by-step, illustrated instructions for making these Macrame Suspenders (includes beginners' basic macrame knots, advanced knots and tips, and instructions for a macrame belt) send $2.00, specify Project No. 209-2. For a list of other projects, send 50 cents. Mail to "Makin Things," P.O. Box 52000, Dept. (Zip Code of Newspaper), Tulsa, OK. 74152. ( atholio protest rrttirn of St. Sfi»|>lirn%i rroun ." .V ; "^ f" 1 • O * S ..' * r > SCORPIO (Od :J-Nov 22) BRIDGE To order, send check or money order • made out to: | Oswald and Jim Jacoby I a i i i B I I B 1 MAKIN' THINGS P.O. Box 52189 Dept. (Zip Code of Newspaper) Tulsa, Okla. 74152 Please send me the Items checked for which I enclose the amount specified: I I Some egomania never hurts Macrame Suspender, step-by step illustrated instructions (includes basic knots, advanced knots and tips, and belt instructions), $2.00. Project No. 209-2. List of other projects, 50 cents. I NAME (Print) ADDRESS CITY HOPE. STATED- Arkansas ZIP 71801 NORTH * 73 , V KQ8 V Q 9 5 3 4» A 5 4 2 WEST EAST * J 10 SI 4 K 8 2 Y 107.4 3 t .) 65 + K 10 + ,] 7 ti 4 2 * J 9 8 3 * 10 ', SOUTH 4 A Q 6 5 -4 * A 9 2 T A 8 * K Q 6 Vulnerable: Both, Dealer: South, Opening lead: Jack oi spades. West North East Pass Pass 3 NT Pass P South 1 NT 0 NT Square knot, double half-hitch. These arc the two knots used in this project By Oswald & James Jacoby South got away with the year's greatest example of egomania with today's hand. He elected to bid one no- trump with his 19-point hand that included a five-card spade suit because he wanted to play the hand if his side ended up notrump. Then, when his /partner raised to game he shot on to a slam based on his extra point and extra confidence in his own dummy play. West opened the jack of spades. East played low and South took his queen. He needed to set up'the spade suit so he led back a low spaae at trick two. West won and had nothing better to do than to lead a third spade i Now South could count to 11 sure tricks -— four spades, three hearts, one diamond and three clubs. The 12th would come if clubs broke 33 or if a squeeze could develop. This time the squeeze worked. Not that it was a difficult one. South cashed three hearts and the ace of diamonds. Then he played his last two spades. The last spade squeezed poor West. He had to chuck a club in order to hang on to the king of diamonds. The queen of diamonds was thrown from dummy and the clubs were Dec 29.1977 ^ H; vVi! "•,>>•.>"> ,» f'.KKM' ,v'> '\ispj r;-, i.i.'iiMri.in nf>t\}s I! AIM be a good ii^o-' that wit UIMI cut to he NMnMu'Mi lot both parties CAPRICORN (Dec, ?2-Jan.19) Resprve |tivl{]UHv:( on ,iny thing thai is toitj to you tod.iy Onf\ by doing this can you pvpoct to !r>arn thn trno Mrl* «sn you r.Vi Jet wisely Having trouble se letting a career ' Send lor your copy of Astro-Grajih Letter K mailing 50 cents lor each am) a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope to Astro-Graph. P.O. Box J89, Radio City Station. N.Y 10019 Bo sure to specify your birth sign AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.19), You can enlighten a friend today who can't seem to see the forest for the trees. It's not evident now. but your aid could pay off later. PISCES (Feb.20-March 20) Poo pie appreciate your concern lor their welfare today, because: you listen and talk to them, rather than at them A rare quality. ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19) Don't waste your talent witli small potatoes today. You could tie very adopt at putting together big deals, so why piny with peanuts'? TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Today you're lucky at things that have a slight element of chance. This doesn't mean that you should embrace far-out schemes. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) TaKe a hard second look at any venture that could mean something to you in a material sense. You might be able to find a way to make It pay off CANCER (June 21-July 22) All things have a good and a bad side to them. Today you should concentrate on positive aspects if you want to come out on top. LEO (July 23-Aug.2Z) The day may start out slowly for you, but what begins as a trickle may turn into a stream if you're patient and persevering VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.22) You are realistic about your goals today. You stand a good chance of reaching them. all good. South admitted he was lucky, but also pointed out that if North played notrump a diamond lead would beat him. , , SAGITTARIUS (Nov i3-0t>c. 21) S,)\i' VOUI 1'1,'I'V L-.mts V in ,\H S-liMltOtlS U\j,H If u can ,vifi(Mo to tins -HI," «S Alll COmf WMIt \\.U FAYETTEVH.LE, Ark. <APl A Catholic organization here has voted to protest President Carter's decision to return the Crown of St. vStepfcen to Him- gary. Members of the St. Joseph Catholic Church Altar Society voted to protest the crown's return while Hungary is governed by "persons appointed by Hus- The crown was turned over to United State forces after World War II when the Russians occti- pied Hungary. A spokeswoman for the group, Mrs. Harry F. Hawser Sr.. said the group believed the crown was as much a national symbol to Hungarians as the Uberty Bell is to Americans. An old timer from Florida wants to know if Mrs. Ely Culbertson was u better player than Mrs. Hal Sims. Mrs. Sims was a good player, but Mrs. Culbertson was one of the two best women players of the early days of contract. (NKWSPAI'KH KNTKWIllSK AS.SN.) (For a copy o! JACOBY MODERN, send $1 to: "Win at Bridge," care ol ttiis newspaper, P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019) Semi-Annual Begins. *. Thursday -December 29 WINTER MERCHANDISE ALL SALES FINAL. NO GIFT WRAP. NO LAY-AWAY AND PLEASE NO BANK CARDS ON SALE MERCHANDISE Tot & Teen 208 E. Second Hope, Ark. H & W PROPERTIES PRESENTS Precision Bi/t ENERGY u SAVING Homes FOR YOU: 3 Bedrooms or 4 Bedrooms Central Air & Heat 6 "Floor & Wall Insulation 12"Attic Insulation Carpeted living room & bedrooms CUTS UTILITY BILLS 40% to 60%* EASY TO BUY: FHA, VA & FMHP approved AP&L & SWEPCO approved QUICK PURCHASE; Delivery within 1 month possible CONTACT: George Wright, Jr. 777-8974 GUK Hogun 777-6077 H & W PROPERTIES (Hogan Realty Building) 777-8878 1321 South Main Hope, Arkansas 71801 AFTER C.HKISTM AS C-L-E-A-R-A-N-C-E Christmas Ornaments, Decorations & Cards P R I C E LAMPS Reg. $70 to $90 NOW $46.50 & $60.00 PICTURES _ _ 40% Off Reg. ss to$38 __NOW $3.00 to $22.80 BRASS '/3 OFF Reg. $2 to $82 50 ..NOW 65' to $27.50 (Candlesticks, ash trays, door knockers & figures) CRYSTAL '/aOFF R Bg .$6to$39 NOW $4 to $26 MARSH COOKWARE __V A off.__n. g .$4.soro$2i _NOW $3.35 to$15.75 WICKER >/4 Off Reg. $1.25 to $100 NOW 30* to $75.00 PLACEMATS & NAPKINS _. Vi OFF Rog. $1.25 to $s.so PICTURE FRAMES-_'/ 3 OFF__Rc g . $4.oo to $20__HOW $2.70 to $13.35 11 20 fast Third 'O Hope, Ark. 777-3113 PRE-IN VENTORY G-L-E-A-R-A-N-C-E Lodles COdtS W.Ptt..... ..!.. Hf«,.m?5, .19 97 .Aml^eg. flSO.OO- 90°° Men's Arrow Shirts....25.%.o.fr...Aipg..mop: 13^.. Aq«c gl .i W .^.ll M Save Vz ON Red Eye, Aileen, Jantzen, Sportswear... Pants. Tops, Skirts & Jackets...neK,^p.oo.Np.W.37 50 .n C g, i ^2..po.No*.]4 67 Men's Suit$ «RR..iKWfr. 90°° Mvu-..W.M-. .68°° Men's & Boys ''BIG BELL" Levi Jeans. Men's Leather Jackets 97 Men's SpOrtCOOts ^ e fr,?^-. u ?,!»«;'. 19" Men's Corduroy Jeans. «?«,m?v>/..... 9 97 Men's Corduroy House Shoes ; pr ... 497 Men's Haggar Slacks. R?8:.v*.-w.toR.13 50 Men's Flannel Shirts 4 W Men's Hanes Underwear Breifs. 3 f 0r 4 45 ...TrShirts 3 r or 4 45 Boy's Jackets f 25% Off Reg. $19.95 Tj 4 97 Ladies Sweaters «%..P« Heg ., M . 99 11*5 Reg. 112.99 9 75 Most Ladies Sportswear V* Off Reg. Price Large Group Sportswear Vz Price Ladies Pantsuits % off One Group Ladies Coats !/2 Off Reg. Price Boy's Coats 20% Off Reg. Price Loraine Lingerie V6 OffReg.Price Boy's Shirts. Vz Off Reg. Price Samsonite Luggage 25% off Reg. Price

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