Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 12, 1968 · Page 2
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-fit * at • SOCIETY 7*3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. ^n*w *IH te a mm &m1f)t m (W STW, PrtrtH ft fiifsit Art Workshop Here Tifivff ton onrf Radio *'• atONUAY, FE&WJAftY 12 ' C lub, and '. l l at ^ n te ^ Jftwes ftrtd the p.m. in the home of Mrs, - uuJfu ns> , ^ ¥', -^."IIF a £Vl minded to !: \xring their WorW Banks. All pfoe§eds%Hll |e to the Mar eh "> the Bakef Extension Club will of Dimes, , Feb. 12, « 1sl5 f he Sto&vrtA P ,f ^. meets Vi^ 1 *!!? 01 "* £J MfSi 0| ^edaesdAy, Pfeb, 14 at &3(J p,m, Lloyd, All members are UN Mfs , Elmer Btown :^il t» In • attend, oJ TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 a f The Faith Sunday School Class •m the First Baptist Church will •meet Tuesday Night, February ,13th at 7:30 p.m. at the Home of •'Mrs. W. A. Williams with Mrs. "TOraid Poterfield and Mrs, Roy« ^Sfnlth as eo'hostesses, All members and associate members are 1 urged to be present. °"" The Junior Auxiliary Valentine -Parties will be held in the local charge of the The Lilac Garden Club will meet Wed., Feb. 14 at I p.m. in the home of Mrs, Guy Downing with Mrs, Harold Hendrlx as co*hostess, The Garland School PTA will have their regular Founders Day Program Wednesday, February 14 at 3}IS In the school &udt« torium* The Executive Board wilt meet at fc4S, Mrs* C. M. Owens of Texarkana will be the guest speaker, Mrs, Owens Is the 6th ^^ e Hi?«1^£l^ S^i ^^S^ 3 "cure their own replacement, If one is needed. .Chapter AE, P.E.O., will meet Tuesday, February 13at 3p.m. In the home of Mrs. B. N. Holt, The Circles of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday February 13 as follows: Circle No. 1 In the Fellowship Hall at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Lex Helms, Jr., Chairman. Circle No. 2 In the Senior Room at 10 a.m. with Mrs. Marlon Holder, Chairman. Circle No. 3 1m the home of Mrs. Crit Stuart,Sr^ at 10 a.m. with Mrs. G. B. Hughes, Chairman. Circle No. 4 in the home of Mrs. Floyd Leverett at 7:30 p.m. with Miss EdithGaran- flo, Chairman. Circle No. 5 In the home of Mrs. w. E. White at 2:30 p.m. The Hope Iris Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Lahroy Spates at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 13. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 The John Cain Chapter, DAR, will :fheet at the Heritage House Wednesday, February 14. The program will begin promptly at 12 noon, followed by a luncheon. Hostesses: Mrs. Lloyd^, Spencer, Mrs. Floyd Monzingo? Mrs. L. K. Persons, and Mrs. Robert LaGrone. various PTA groups. This promises to be a very interesting program. All parents are urged to attend. There will be a call meeting of the Hope Junior Auxiliary Wednesday, Febraury 14, at 9S30 a. m. at the Chamber of Commerce office. , , THURSDAY, FEBRAURY 15 Chapter 328, Order of the Eastern Star, will have a regular meeting in the Masonic Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, February 15. NEWCOMERS SEE HANDICRAFT PICTURES Making unusual handcrafted pictures was demonstrated by Mrs. Tommy Crouch at a meeting of the Newcomers Club on Thursday, February 8 in the home of Mrs. Bill Jordan. The speaker was introduced by Extension Home Economist Dolores McBride. A pretty Valentine ar- rangemont of red and white spring flowers was a focal point of interest in the home. After the most Interesting program, the hostess served cookies, frosted lime punch, and coffee to 15. BARRY'S SPECIALS PRICES GOOD MONDAY. TUESDAY WEDMESPJW Pork Chops Steak * PRODUCE SPECIALS APPLES 4 p% 49C SUNKJST LEMONS 39C By CYNTHIA LOWRt AP television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)- U Is difficult to find an entertainment form that holds Interest better and is as well adapted to televt* slon's needs as a co«rtroomdra» ma. And ABC's two-hour adap* tatlon of Henry Denker's Broadway play "A Case of Libel" on Sunday night was a dandy example. In addition to a tight script that built to a tense climax, there were some outstanding performances, particularly by Van Heflln in the role of plaintiff's attorney which he played In the 1963 stage production. HELEN HELP US I by H*l«n Botul YOUTH ASKE0 FOR ftf this column is for young people, thcff jifobleros find pl«<u s\ires f their Ifoublcs and fun, As wtm the rest of Helen Help USI, ti welcomes Unfits but won't dodfe ft serloiis question with a bfushoff. Send your teen*fe quest Ions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care ot Helen Help USlthls IS HANGOVER PSYCHOSOMATIC? Dear Helen; I'm not given to hangovers, Yet every New Year's morning I wake up sick, Do you suppose it's psychosoma- The drama, basrf on "My He? Do 1 resent another year Life In Court," the memoirs of passing and my unconsious attorney Louis Nlzer, was the knocks me out? I am a very story of a libel still brought by a moderate drinker.- LUTHER magazine writer and reporter Dear Luther; Don't blame called Dennis Corcoran, against a hangover on a hang-up. You're HELENE W. UMBACH 32nd WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hartsfield celebrated their 32nd wedding anniversary with a dinner at the Diamond Sunday, February 11. The '• tablecloth and napkins were In the Valentine motif. In the center was a cake decorated with rosebuds and "Happy Anniversary, Leo and Ruth, 32nd." Guests were their son, Edward, his wife and daughter, Shannon, and Mrs. Hartsfleld's brother and sister, Leo Ray and Mrs. Ned Purtle, Mrs. Ray and Mr. Purtle. Mr. and Mrs. Hartsfield were married by Dr. Rogers, pastor of the First Baptist Church, In his home Februarys, 1936. Their daughter, Mrs. Jo Ann Williamson, and two grandsons live in Odessa, Tex. SERGEANT HONORED Nineteen had a family get-together Thursday night, February In. the home of Mrs. Robert Iffin honoring Sgt. and Mrs*^ Billy Joe Gilbert/who have recently returned from a tour of duty in Germany. Besides a delicious meal, the group enjoyed music afterwards. On Friday the honorees returned to Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., for Sgt. Gilbert to enter the army hospital there. Coming, Going Mr. Cecil Bumpurs of Hope and Dr. Surest Prasad of Nashville and Raymond Reeves of Nashville left Saturday morning for Charles City, Iowa for a week's training. All are pany. Mr. a«l Mrs. A. T. McDowell and son, Ft. Worth, have been a nationally published columnist and television commentator named Boyc Bendl*. Bendix, In print and on the air, had attacked Corcoran's courage and morals, apparently In reprisal for Corcorn's favorable review of a book that had been highly critical of the col- umnlst. Lloyd Bridges played Corcoran as an angry, determined man anxious to clear his name. Jose Ferrer, as Bendix, gave the character arrogance, ln« credible righteousness and just a suggestion of eccentricity that made the explosion toward the end logical. Angle Dtckenson, as Corcor< An Art Workshop for all elementary school teachers will be held Tuesday, February 13 at Beryl Henry School Cafeteria. The course will last four hours an's "wife, had little to do except and all schools will dismiss at iiook worried and act affection- 1:45 p.m. -laje, The shop is sponsored by the > The best casting was the American Crayon Co. which Is choice of the two lawyers. Hef- furnlshing materials and consul- Jin's opponent was E. G. Mar* 'ant. shall, a veteran of the theatrical The consultant is Miss Helene courtroom. But in his style, atti- Mathllde Umbach, native of Ohio, tude-and mustache-he was who holds a B.F.A. degree from completely different in the un- Kenl State University and has a sympathetic role from the role B.S. in art education. She has he played for years in "The De- boon an art education consultant for the American Crayon Co. since 1965. fenders." It was a satisfying two hours, and made goal television sense because it had never been made into a motion picture, hetwe was fresh to most viewers. NBC, unfortunately, picked the first hour of the drama as the time In which to show an off-bent and amusing special, "The Fabulous Funnies.'' With Carl Reiner as guide, viewers were able (o sample comic strips that ranged from the old, such as "The Captain and the Kids" lo the ' now, such as "B.C." and "Peanuts." It was a gay potpourri of animation, interviews with cartoonists, trick photography and songs. ABC continued Its excellent coverage of the Winter Olympics over the weekend. And while the skiing was thrilling and breathtaking, the most ox- citing moments came Saturday afternoon when American Peggy Fleming gracefully looped and spun/her way to a Gold Medal in the skating competition. ktwcksd unconscious by the "ae eeptonee syrdrcinV'-'of etery mi**! drink thaHstofftral, They come twice a§ test am wlW on New ¥<?ar% arrf * light drinker often |«t« carried my-flier • ally.-H. Dear Helem I've got several Servicemen penpals, thanks to Viet Nam S&lt 6lt, A eoti^le of them hav« trienUoiittJ the Viet' nam^se r«topes» especially eMMrert, who rt«HJ so fflweh. Do you know of any way t eould send gift* to them, and what would be appreciated?-HOPEFUL Dear Hop«ful; the 520th Transportation Battalion has "adopted'- a tmrty Vleinamuwfi refugee camp, known as CimpCol' umhus, Thay will appreciate any kind of lightweight children's clothing, such as bo*«r shorts, T-shirts, dresses, canvas shoes, underwear, shirts} tooth paste, brushes, soap, thongs (rub« bsr shower shoes), notebook paper, pencils, crayons, chalk, small chalk boards or toys. Just about any Item easily mailed can be used. Packages under five pounds will be sent from the United States, airmail, at surface rates. Postage and transportation is put to best use by avoiding heavy or worn articles. Packages shoukl bo mailed to: Capt. Ronald W. Tasket, Viet Nam Moll Call Coordinator, Camp C0l«fn*>u*» transportation (AMIS) (ttfr Att ftllr et*co f Wm-H, Note to readers «tark«p Ant* tnf ', Yot> Way SentMittetS fo Sflrvleomort v|* VIe« Mftm Cfilt, 6»* 3t04«A» Setose ft Dear Helen: So glad tt pi*in Ihftt boys sfiotiM ptilf their shaw of hottse^jtfe, >(t tf ouf sons don't wake their ftte% I aw^kon them « hstW hotif «f* Her the fwxf mnrnin^—stftttey'It have plenty of tiitw. ThUmatoti believers df thiro to a hwryf Roys should fe« faught to <fo chorea such as ironing, b«drmik* Ing, cooking, el«wtng, Just the *am«9 as girls, Thl* business of "Ston'a Work" ts rtrttculmr-t. With morp and more wumc-n working, husbands and wives must share the hon>> jobs too, I've seen marriage* breakupbt- cuuse the man wouldn't lift a, hand, pven to hang up his own clothes! My husband and m/ seven brothers all do household chores. They arc go<xi cooks ami enjoy It, Can yie-n tsikr, Ami theyare MEN!-TINA D*>ar Tina: ....Awl they get three musing cheors from Jtu»t -It. This column Is dedicated to family living, so If you're having kid trouble or just plain trouble, let Hoten h«lp YOU, Sh« will also welcome your own amusing ex* porlences. Address Helen Dottet in care of The Hop« Star. Copyright, 1968, King Features Syndicate. Inc. SPARE TIME INCOME Howard Johnson Dlatrtbutlnjf Co. w«l appoint A Distributor for thla ami during the comlfw w««k to service mid collect mon*y from rwv/ high quality v«vi!njt machines. No Selling. To fnmllry you mum have c«r f r*f- erpci-n. ftvl2 hours per w«?k and $600 to $1000 c**h, N«ta excellent tncom*—more fuM tinw. Financing available for expansion, once ejUablWied an a cltatrtbutor. Forjwnwnnl Interview, writ* Box ft-lflSfl, DallM, TexM 75206, including telephone number Th« llowsrtl JofcfMon D4a«r1buttiic Co. oMMlM, T«XM visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey, McDowell at Spring Hill. Mr, and Mrs. Roger McLelland, Ft. Worth, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, A, Me- Lelland and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Collier, in Hope last week. * Haskell Jones "Ijr.ent to! Batesvllle last Lance Jones College. Friday to visit at Arkansas The Keith Dlxon family visited in Little Rock Sunday with his mother, Mrs. T. C. Dixon, and her father, Ralph Edgin. Mrs. Nellie May, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hampton and Randall spent the week end with Mr, and Mrs. Grandon Norvell and son, Tlmmy in Garland, Texas. High Delinquency Juvenile delinquency rates are highest in countries most advanced technologically and economically. In the United States, about 2 per cent of the child population aged 10 through 17 annually go to juvenile courts. 1 FOLGERS I Coffee , B 79(! | Pet Milk 6 TALL \l CANS <|J I 1 BLEACH | Purex 1 GALLON V V V BETTY CROCKER 1 Cake Mix 4 $1 1 T BOXES 41 1 ) } Pure Lard ] ft $1 I U BUCKET *P 1 1 MEYERS 1 Bread | R C1 I V LOAVES ^91 1 Play it Smart with your <s? Valentine Heart, give her ***** Give your Sweetheart Pangburn's Chocolates made with Milk and Honey, Sure to please her most because she knows Pangburn's best. Select from our big display. Village Rexall Pharmacy Hope YUitfe Shopping Ceoier "Cpujtesy, Qujyity, Service" WARD & SON DRUG CO, 1,24 E, WHY SETTLE FOR LESS? Only Kroger Has An Extra-Low Price Policy Plus The Extra Savings Of Top Value Stamps. Center Cut U.S. Choice Tenderay Boneless Boston Roll Roast Pork Chops First Cut LB. 59" Lb. Lb. 79* 79* FRESH LEAN FRESH PICNIC Ground Beef 5 ^ T 5 Pork Roast LP. 39* Your Choice With Coupon and $2,50 or larger additional purchase Kroger Qt. Jar Salad Dressing 25 i Miracle Whip Qt. Jar 29 Entitles You To Buy Your Qt. Jar SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP,... . 29c KROGER 25C With this coupon and $2.50 or larger additional purchase, excluding tobacco. Good through Wednesday,! February CHICKEN-OF-THE-SEA CHUNK LIGHT MFL-O-SOFT SANDWICH Tuna 3 $ 1 Bread 3 1 LB, 12 OX, LOAVES PLASTIC SANDWICH DUNS OH Handi-Wrap 100 FT. ROLL 3 DEL MONTE Catsup DFL MONTS EA Sweet Peas ALMA Crowder Peas HUNT STEWED Tomatoes 3 1 PT f< 4 02, BTLS, S 1 KRAFT PROCESSED AMERICAN OR PIMIENTO DFL MONTS EARLY GARDEN 4 6 4 Wiener Rolls KRAFT PRCJCE<tfF.D AMERICA.N Sliced Cheese DEL MONTE PINFAPPLE^RAPETHUIT 3CT, PKGS, 8 02, PKG, 37* 15 OZ. CANS 14 OZ, CANS 14 OZ, S CANS '1 1 Fruit Drink 7c OFF LABEL TOOTHPA Macleans DERMA FRESH (SAVE 54c) Hand Lotion 3 1 QT,, 14 OX, CANS 7c OFF LABEL TOOTHPASTE" . SAVE 32c 502. TUBE 60Z, BTL, Valentine Flowers Blooming Azaleas $1,43 Blooming Gardenias 89£ Blooming Tulips $199 P °T POT Fruit Trees Apple, Peaeh, Pear, Plum, Apricot, Cherry $129 I

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