Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 8, 1968 · Page 2
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March 8, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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nttf, Wftn I» 1961 " — — •vr SOCIETY Ptefte ?*34$\ fcefween 8 o.m. dnd 4 M Hostesses, All members and as* socute members arc urged to be ItPt (AMQ Sf AR, frNfttf * OfeM Announced o't Calendar of Events 8 Laffeb&rg PTA will hate a spaghetti supper in the school •Wftelireom Friday, March 3, 5-7 pimv Price per plate is SO cents 'for children under 12yearsof age titt $1 for adults. Pee Wee and •idult basketball games will follow -In the school gym. Proceeds will •fie used to purchase glass back^boards for the basketball court. I 1 .' SATURDAY, MARCH 9 Alpha Delta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, wilt have a com- 'Bned luncheon meeting with (Nashville and Prescott chapters #1 12t30 p.m, Saturday, March 9 'If the Town and Country. All Mocal members are especially Cttrged to attend. y There will be a Country Music (famboree Saturday, March 9 at $!30 p.m. in the Patmos School Auditorium featuring the Rain- tow Melodies, The Beavers, The "Westerners, and a special band, The Lone Star Melody Boys from Texarkana. The public Is Invited. No admission charge. SUNDAY, MARCH 10 Girl Scout Week starts Sunday, March 10 and all Girl Scouts "sxreuiw/ of God fcnflfch between 10:30 %ftd lOtlS ««»• 1ft ftitt dress. Leaders aad tneif troops will sit together, MONDAY, MARCH 11 the Hope Council of Garden Clubs will meet at the Chamber of Commerce Room at iO a.m. Monday, March 11. WSCS Circle meetings of the First Method 1st Church mil meet Monday, March 11 as follows. Please note the time of your meet- Ing, Circel No. 1 * 2 p.m. with Mrs. R. D. Franklin, Co-hostess Mrs. Claude Agee. Circle No. 2 • 2 p.m. with Mrs. Guy Downing. . Circle No. 3 • 2 p.m, in the Mary Martha Classroom with Mrs. Wayne Russell, hostess. Circle No. 4 « 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ed Whitman Circle No. 5 - 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Bill Relnhardt. The Faith Sunday School Glass of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday evening March 11 at 7;30 in the home of Mrs. Clyde Coffee with Mrs. Opal Hervey and Mrs. Roy Mouser as co- Mrs. Lyle Mbore will be a special guest at the general meet- ly of the CWF tithe Fifstehris- tiart Church parlor Monday, March U at 2 p.m. She will have a slide lecture on "Japin," All members and interested pests are welcome. The Youth Choir of the First Presbyterian Chuffift will PMC* lice at 3:45 p,m, Monday, March 11. The Adult Choir will practice at 1 p,m* The Builders Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday March 11 at 7:30 p.rn. in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs* Andy Andrews and Mrs. W. R. Mosely, co-hostesses. The Faith Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday evening March II at 7:30 in the home of Mrs, Clyde Coffee with Mrs. Opal Hervey and Mrs. Roy Mauser as co- hostesses. AH members and associate members are urged to be present, TUESDAY, MARCH 12 The Band and Choir Parents of Hope High School will meet at the W.o.W. Building Tuesday, March 12 at 7 p.m. A speghel- ti supper will be served. All members are Invited, mode c/day r.AKn*»K Second & Main * . §tripf it rich in snippy on-the-go shifts! Cplorpy* rayon/cqtten knit bonde?| to icetite. §/16 ing '9fth in sparking-fresh shifts, of easy-c^re, swiss-dot linen weaves! 6.99 wtl •• *W ^« »»•» « ***f*rwtvrf | '-™»- |Jr- 1ft tfte home of Mr*. C. P. Toi* leson. the Ctfctos oftfte Ftfst Pre* byterWS (JhtJMli will meet f ties* day, Mftfefs 12 is follows* Circle No. 1 and 2 In the Chapel at tO sum, Circle No, 3 in the home of Mrs, Charles Wllsoft ftt 10 a, m, Mrs, d, B. Hughes, Chair man. Circle No, 4 in the home of Chairman, Miss Edith Gornnflo at 1:30 p.m. Circle No, S In the home of Mrs, Robert Wllsofl at t'30p,m. Mrs, W, E, White, Chairman, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 Brookwood PTA meets Wednesday, Mar eh 13 at 3:30 at the School Auditorium, Mr. James Hardtn will speak to the group on "Mental Health*" The fifth and sixth grades will sing, The Executive Board meets atSjOO. The Sr, Citizens held their regular meeting at the Youth Center with eight members present, The meeting was opened with the reading of minutes which were approved. During the business, plans were made for summer. Everyone enjoyed the meeting and It was closed with prayer. The Lilac'Garden Club will meet Wednesday, March 13 at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Klnard, 507 E. 14th with Mrs. tf T, N. Belew, co-hostess, The guest speaker wllibeMrs. Herbert Dodson, Garland School PTA will meet Wednesday, March 13 at 3{l5 In the School Auditorium. The speaker will be Mrs, Haskell Jones. Her subject will be "Sound Mental and Physical Health," The John Cain Chapter, DAR, will meet at 12 noon Wednesday, March 13 at the Heritage House, Hostesses will be Mesdames: Paul Kllpsch, B. Johnson, W, A. Williams, and Gay lord Solomon. Members are asked to notify Mrs. Klipsch by noon Tuesday, March 12 whether or not they plan to attend. THURSDAY, MARCH 14 The Arkansas College Choir will present a concert In the First Presbyterian Church Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. Easter music will be used with the Faure Requiem as the major .part. v"**""" 1 Personal Mention The Kirk Gibsons (she Is the former Janet Gunter)have moved from Alexandria, Va., where he was In Army O.C.S. at Ft. Bel- volr and she was employed In a law firm at Washington, D. C. They are located now In Fram- Ingham, Mass, Kirk Is In Environmental Pathological Research at Natick, Mass. Mrs. Arch Wylie, President of the WSCS at the First Methodist Church In Hope, was presented a Special Membership In the WSCS at a meeting on Monday, March 4. This honor Is given yearly to an outstanding member of the WSCS. Mrs. Wylie Is a member of the Jett B, Graves Class at her church and has been active In various civic organizations such as the Friday Music Club, the Girl Scouts, and the Music Parents Association. Births Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Miller are the parents of twin sons born February 29 In Arkadelptiia. They weighed approximately 4 pounds each and have been named Jim and John, Mr. Miller Is Chief of Police In Arkadelphia, and Mrs, Miller is Chief Operator at the SW Bell Telephone office In Hope, Coming, Going Mrs, Roy F, Prather, Little Rock, Is visiting her mother, Mrs, Steve Carrigan, Jr, Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd Thrash and daughters, DaJls, were here last weekend to see Mr, and Mrs, WUlls Thrash and other relatives, Mrs, B,L, Rettlg, Mrs, Loyd Klnard, and Miss Opal Daniel were visitors In Hot Springs on Thursday, Trial §•! for Prof I D*dg«' LITTLE ROCK (AP) ^ Fed* Judge Gordon E, Young bas set the trial date lor Mike Ygler, ?2, who is charged with felling to report for civilian. 4«ty Jii lieu of military service, ; for April J r Yogler was brought to federal District Court Thursday to be arraigned on the charges but he refused to enter a plea. Vog? Jer also told Young be did not want an attorney, JANIS MOLINDA HAYES Mr. and Mrs, Ross Abraham Hayes of 164 North Florida Street; Marlanna, Ark, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janls Mollnda Hayes, to David Llle Por- terfleld, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Herald Poterfleld of 518 East 14th Street; Hope, Ark. Janls attended the University of Arkansas for one year and has attended two years at Henderson State College in Arkadelphia where she Is now enrolled. David has received his B. S, degree from Henderson State and is currently teaching In the Mineral Springs High School In Mineral Springs, Ark. The wedding will be an event of June 9, 1968 In the First Methodist Church In Marlanna, Ark. a HELEN HELP US! by HaUn Bottel SEED OF DOUBT POISONS WIFE Dear Helen: Not long ago three friends came to lunch. They started talking about TV commercials, and how awful It was to allow so many sexy to sell everything from soap to airline tickets. One of the gals said her husband gets so glassy-eyed she turns off the commercials. Another said her hubby sends her out of the room for a glass of beer when the busty clamc comes on, and once when she camo back he was so bug-eyed she poured the glass of beer over his head to cool him down. The third friend said sponsors had bolter think twice as to who buys most of their products — the women shoppers, that's who; and why do they think all TV wstcfteff *re men? Then the talk shifted to men Ifi general. fht women said every mis ha* Mtrit diet fn him, and If four hnsbattl gives strict orders not to touch certain "business" papers, toxe», etc., yo« r d better do same looktr#afirt>G«'U ftl Htt shock of jwt dear lite. Welt, tattays |(st ttie innocent deal from my husband « "Oh, fto, he'd mvm flirt, lhotrgf> all the other tnsft in Ms company de, n To prove h* was clean, I started looking In forbidden, secret places in his dresser- uid found the dirtiest Jokes, stories, pictures Imaginable I some were years old, (burned everything. When he found out he ex* plerfed with ait«r. Now, a pod marriage is ruined, because my husband is a dirty oW man, After 28 years of being an ignorant foot, and believing our love was good and fine, 1 have no other choice but to leave him.-AWAKE AT LAST Dear Awakei You should have stayed asleep! And closed your ears to those three big-mouthrd manna ters. Look, my middle-aged tnrw* cent: many a "clean" man makes lurkl collections at some time or other—usually when a former bachelor puts his up for sale cheap. Because forbidden things make a nice guy feel daring, he doesn't throw them away, though he knows he should. When he Is caught with the goods, he blows up at his "snoopy" wife, to shift the guilt. Your husband isn't any different today than he has been all his married life. But presently he's as embarrassed as a boy nabbed in the girls' restroom. Tell him you understand—even If you don't; you 1 re sorry for burn- Ing his possessions—even If you aren't; and FORGET ITI-H. Dear Helen: My neighbors are mentally ill. Their actions, the way they walk, talk, dress and live are very strange. What worries me is could the malady be catching? I have to live here, and am wondering if 1 may become a nut like thorn.~ NOT CRAZY YET Dear N.C.Y.; Not likely. Your "nutty" neighbors arc probably wondering the same about you, so they stay out of "catching" distance. Takes ono to know one, yes?- H. YOUR HELPING HAND DEPARTMENT Dear Helen: Mr. William Ramsey, 2037 Old Philadelphia Pike, Lancaster, Pa., Rt. 340, will be 94 on May 10th. He Is lonely, mostly confined to his chair where he sits all day and watch- realty; the model Wit* showing off some of Dtor'* «ho«-»tockin#" fashion* In es the cars go by. He would enjoy letters or picture post cards. Thanks In advance to you* readers who take time to write to him.- A FRIEND. ^^^^k^^^J^^h^^U^UUU^^^^^^W Bonnie and Clyde were Real People! Read How It really happened, from on*tftc*M«ne newtpaper aceounH, In "the Story of Bonnie and Clyde," wtHi eye-witneu Inter* viewi, plcturoi, map*. A full magazine-type book, published from newspaper accounts, and up-dated Interviews, where it really happened! Send name, mailing address, and $1.00 to: "IONNII AND CLYDE" M.M.G., IM. ' t, U. 71270' G*t your k«ok by rtturn moil. FIRST NATIONAL BANK MOP-C, THOMAS E. HAY6, JB. PNC* 10 (NT torch 7, 1968 Defir Neighbor: Jn light of recent developrr.ents, some further clarification nay be in order. On December 5, 1967, Siwnona First National Bank of Pine Bluff became the first bs.nk franchisee! by the BankAmericard system in Arkansas. Since that time, our staff haa been consulting vdth Siirwons arid recently three of our credit officers spent two full days at Simmons First National in preparation for this event. We v/ere fully prepared in every respect v;hen we v;ere th« first to announce th?t we are now offering the Banjo'-rr.eric-jrd service in Hope, We are delighted to answer any questions you tr.ay have, We have exercised prudence and caution in our preparations and have complete confidence in what we are offering you, AS you knov/, First national is a full service bank and we strive always to offer you the very best in banking service, V, : e are delighted to be able to offer BankArrericard to you now, as we feel that it represents real progress in the commercial credit field and v;ill r,rovide 'm outstanding service to the rrereaants, professional feopie ;ind trie shoppers of our area. We are proud to represent 3nnk~rericarct?>in Hope and assure you tru.t our prograr. is already set up ard we have all needed supplies •iivd infor.T.aticn. or; V.nd, ",,e thank you for ycur trust '-nd confidence arid nromise always to serve you v/:th progressive action in keeping with sound b '<• r«k i r. 2 pr i r.c i r 1 e s, .', i r.c c Ir.cr'. s :• . .v.ys vc^tfr

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