Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 13, 1968 · Page 2
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wMt8SQiy\ Iwfftti 13,1961 S O C* I PTV Mii* Arkcinsa* Junior lilts at National Contett \*s \^ I L. I I ^^ mmm ^^^^ mm ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ m Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. Calendar of Events THURSDAY, MARCH 14 4 f>,m. HONORED The Newcomers Club will meet ! tn the home of Mrs. Robert Den- rds on S, Grady Thursday, March 14 at 1{30 p.m. For the program Alvin Easter ling will have a .Wig and Hair Style Show. Any* one who has moved to Hope within the last two years and who is Interested In knowing more about the Newcomers Club call Mrs. Charles Carey, PR7-5672. A Lucky Irish meeting of the Hope BAPW Club will be held at the Diamond Thursday, March 14 beginning at 1 p,m, Joe Urbon of Little Rock, Arkansas Extension Sociologist, will bring the program on "Civic Participation*" The Arkansas College Choir will present a concert in the First Presbyterian Church Thursday, March 14 at 1:30 p.m., Easter music will be used with the Faure Requiem as the major part. The Hope Women's Golf Association will meet at the Hope Country Club Thursday, March 14 at 12 noon. Members are asked to bring a sack lunch. Mrs, Henry Fenwick will act as hostess. Golf will be played before and after lunch, weather permitting. SATURDAY, MARCH 16 A Potluck Supper and Game Night will be held at the Hope Country Club Saturday, March 16 at 7 p.m. Hosts will be: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lockett, and Mrs. Henry Seamans. Club members are asked to loan some card tables and chairs to the club and to donate some cards, linens, dishes and flatware. Take any Item to the clubhouse or the Saen- jer Theater by Thursday or call Mrs. Webb, PR7-3710, and it will be picked up. RECEKt WITH SHOWER Mrs* Larry Carman, * recent bride, was hoaofed with a shower Saturday night March 9 at 7:30ai Sweet Home Club House, A cor* sage of white carnations was presented to the bride. A game was played, directed by Mrs, Al Paul, the prize going to the bride* The many lovely gifts were opened and viewed by the 24 guests present. Punch and individual cakes were served as re* freshments. The hostesses for the occassion were Mrs, Carl Brown, Mrs. Bill Bright, Mrs, Al Paul, Mrs. Guy Loe, Mrs. Harvey Montgomery and Mrs* Watson Trevlllion. BUILDERS SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS MEETS The Builders Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Monday evening, March 11 In the Fellowship Hall with Mrs. Andy Andrews and Mrs. W. R, Mosely as hostesses. A short business session was conducted by the President, Mrs. George Young, Mrs, Roy Taylor brought an Inspiring devotional. The hostesses served a dessert plate with coffee. The meeting closed with the class benediction. DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB PLAY The Hope Duplicate Bridge Club held Master Point Night at the Diamond on Monday, March 11 with 4 tables of players. First place couple was Mrs. Harry Hawthorne and Mrs. Marie C. Hendrix, and second place went to Mrs. Bill Wray and Mrs. E. P. Young, Jr. Mrs. J. C. Broyles and Mike Kelly were third, and there was a three-way tie for fourth: R. L. Broach and Dr. George Wright; Mrs. R. T. White and Mrs. A. K. Holloway; Mrs. Taylor Stuart and Mrs. George Robison. MONDAY, MARCH 18 The WMS of the First Bap. tlst Church, will meet Monday, March 18 in circles as follows: Circle No. 1 - Mrs. Roy Chatham at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 2 • Mrs. R. M. Jones at 1:30 p.m. •>••'•- -C. Circle No. 3 - Mrs. Carlton King at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 4 • Mrs. Ross Gleghorn at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 5 • Mrs. J. E. Slaton at 1:30 p.m. Circle No. 6 • Mrs. F. J. Burrows at 1:30 p.m. TUESDAY. MARCH 19 Circle No. 7. of the WMS of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday, March 19 with Mrs. Jimmy Miller at 1:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 The Hope Junior Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, March 20 at 10 a.m. in the Chamber of Commerce office with the executive board proceeding at 9:30 a.m. Please note the change In meeting dates. PEO ELECTS NEW OFFICERS New officers for Chapter AE, P.E.O., were named at a meeting of the chapter on Tuesday, March 12 in the home of Mrs. Albert Graves with Mrs. J. W. Perkins, co-hostess. Those serving during the ensuing year will include: president, Mrs. George Frazier; vice - president, Mrs. ,Crit Stuart, Jr.; recording secretary, Mrs. Ray Lawrence; corresponding secretary/Mrs. Albert Graves; treasurer, Mrs. Jim McKenzie; chaplain, Mrs. Henry Haynes; guard, Mrs. W.E. Trotter. Mrs. F.C. Crow and Mrs. Trotter were named as delegates to the state convention in Ft. Smith CtftCt&MM MET WsCs Ctfeit No, 4 mat Mon* day afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs* E. Jf, Whitman. Fourteen mum* bars were pf#.wnf# Tn«* regular business mating was conducted by th* chairman, Mr«, John Wtl« son. Mts. Callle W«rd had th* program *fld Mr*« Arch Wyfla and Mrs, ft* 0. Kyler helped with the program, The devotional WAS by Mr*. George Newman, Th« topic w«s "Making Lent Meaningful", The hostess served a delicious dossert plate and coffee. CtRCLKNO. I WSCS Circle No. 1 WSCS of th* Methodist Ch'jroh m«t at 2 p»m» Ston* day, March H In the hom« of Mr&, rt. D, Frftnklln with Mrs, C. M. A$ae, co-hostess, Th«Circle Chairman, Mrs, George Wright, opened the meeting; with prayer and presidedoverthfltxis" Incss. Announcement was made of the Annual Meet ing of the WSCS at Wlntfleld Mothodist Church In Little Hock on March 22 and 23. Leulon offering i.t to bo taken at the April meeting, Mrs. D. W. Edwardspresented a most Interesting program on "Youth • Society's Untapped Resource", with discussion following. The hostesses served cake, nuts, and tea to eight members present and one guest, Mrs. M. H. Young of West Liberty, town. Coming, Going ftpfftrw Te/ov/5/on anrf Rodio NEW YORK (AP> *• ft was » busy day and Rffm for television's news department* with two major atoffcs breaking Ttwisds? that »0f* Hgh* down the networks' alley«* There was Secretary of State Dean Rusk and the Senate Pot* etp Relations Committed in aft* otter tottf session dls<n«!.itflfc Vietnam. That, of course* *as « 36h*?<fwl«<i «vent in a prtdeter* mined spot in which It was possible to sst «p lights and eanw* «*-* situation that TV Ilkea very much, And then there was the presl' denttal preference primary In New Hampshire-a ma re difficult coverage ]«>b but on« Which the networks haw lotif stnw learned to handle wUhfSrftitt and smoothness, Mr, and Mrs, J. G. and Mr. and Mrs, Jimmy Deasley and Dixie Jo and John of Waldo wore Sunday guest of Mr, and Mrs. Carl Robnrts. Presld«nt Johnson whimsically called "Tte Oftan.Kusfc Show," and for the second day In-a row was willing to drop Us regular, commercially scheduled game shows and soup op«rfl?s to do so, A network spokesman report* fid late In th«> flay that Its research department, using an outside awltence survey, ostl« mated that some 35-mlUlon persons had R«»n all or some part of th»3 live coveragt? during tlw< two ilay»-.itml thnt'st a lot of house wlvos. CBS devoted half of an hour program to a report and analysis of the Now Hampshire voting and the strong showings by Sen, Eugene J. McCarthy and Richard M. Nixon, and the rest to a report and mum? highlights Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Sutton of ( roin the Washington hearing. SUE NELL WRIGHT Little Rock visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robnrts, Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Sutton and Mr, and Mrs. Grady Browning over the weekend. Mike Seamans, wtio Is stationed with the Air Force at Washington, D.C., Is visiting Mrs. Henry Soamans air! Janey. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt has returned home from a visit In Longview, Tex., with the Bob Hyatt family. Mrs. Warren Herbert Dltldle and family of Hope aro moving to Los Angeles, Calif, this week. Most valuable of the scale Insects Is the Indian lac Insect, the source of shellac. All through th« evening of regular programming, th*> networks ran bulletin hoadllnes across the semen. Late in ttw evening, after the 11 o'clock news shows, thero was more about uw primary. Pre Easter Permancnfs HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel SEVENTEEN - YEAR PUNISHMENT . „_ „_ ., „ n ,, . , Dear Helen: We were married April 25-27. Mrs HO. Kyler is four years when 11^ to beaway f rst alternate, and Mrs Everett several months A fr}end , okj me Vinson is second alternate. At the conclusion of the business meeting, refreshments were served from a table overlaid with scalloped white linen He saw several and centered with an arrange- my wife had an affair, her with another man times. That was 17 years ago. Icould never forget, and have lived in awful doubt. My three children irises. Sandwiches, candy, dessert and coffee were enjoyed by 16. I I ment of _yellow asters and Dutch seemed to blame me for not treating their mother right. They don't know the misery I have suffered. Shouldn't she suffer too? I nave submerged myself in my work. My family wants for nothing. I avoid my wife whenever possible. I work 14 hours a day, six days a week. Recently a friend told me my wife was not doing right by rne again. People call her a model mother. I suspect a deceitful witch. We had a showdown. She finally confessed to the affair 17 years ago. Now I can't bear to look at her. Knowing the truth is even worse than guessing. She swears she is not guilty of the stcbnd affair, but how can I believe her? I am sick. I am losing weight, My work suffers. She said if it will make me happy she will give me a divorce, admitting adultery, I lave always been a good, clean-living man and have never broken the Ten Commandments.. Should I create a scandal and Always Poll-Parrot *hocs are out in front to lead the parade in fine «yJe, right fit, dependable construction. And always they are the delight of frUky young parader*. $6,99 to $8,99 Advertised on CAPTAIN KANGAROO CBS-TV for one darn minute stop thinking of your "good, clean-living" stuffy, overrighteous, unforgiving self, and acknowledge that you HAVE broken one of the Ten Commandments —"Thou shall not steal"? You have stolen 17 years from what might have been a happy life —foryour wife, your children and yourself. If you can't, with the help of a counsellor, admit you store the blame for all this misery, then give your wife a break arid let her go free. The HEAL scandal is that you've subjected your family to nearly a quarter-lifetime of punishment. —H Dear Helen; Something about writers annoys me. LIKE: "He is terribly good looking"; "That dress is awfully protty." Even an account of the White House wedding statwi, "The groom is terribly good at speech making." How can anyone be terrible and awful, yet goal or pretty? Wouldn't you think copy readers would correct this before itgoos to press? - MRS. M.L. Dear Mrs. L: It may not be terribly correct, but somehow "awfully" pretty impresses the reader as prettier than "very 1 pretty, J English. kinda H go for relaxed i Dear Helen; Recently a letter from a clergyman informed your readers that a good way to quit smoking was through hyp- divorce my wife? ~CHEATED Dear Cheaters Could you just HWS*«9«*i*VB<5'3*>3''^^ LET'S TALK ABOUT MOVIES By VELDA SEAMANS V99&&&#g/t&9&^^ Tonight and tomorrow nite is tiful, fiery peasant girl, "MORE MIRACLE/ 1 SHOE. -packed, given with «acfc pa'/ of POLL-PABBOT SHOES "A Family ShM Stert ,11 a suspense-thriUer with Vincent THAN A Price and Martha Hyer, "THE Sun. - Won. HOUSE OF LOGO POLL?," A tale of crime and abduction in the wide-open sin-city of Tangier. Frid4y an4 Saturday a f the Saenger you can take an exciting and incredible journey with man's "F1BST SPACESHIP ON VENUS." The second feature is "PEMENSION 5" with Jeffrey Hunter, a science fiction spy thriller. For a ride into space aod plenty of thrills don'*, miss playing Sophia Loreri aod Omar Sharif in the comnly- ronuntic spectacular adventure, " MOltE THAN A XflRAC LE" will bi th^ late Show Sat. and Sun.- M?a. at the Saen^er. Fri.- Sat. - Sun. at the Dixie is a movie for m-a vlio like girls who love m-n, "THE GIRL GAME." Also, showing is "MA- CUMSA LOVE," blood-lust of the voodoo queea !!! If your blood pressure mounts while you the double 'doings' Fri. and Sat. are seeing the film —dou't be A delightful romance between alarrrifd —tell yourself it's only handsome prince awl a beau- a Motion Picture tt&^&& : &^& : ^^ 'Arkansas' Junior Miss Sue Nell Wright, of Foreman, Is welcomed to Mobile, Ala., during; a parade inaugurating the llth America's Junior Miss Pageant. She Is among 50 candidates — one from each state—participating in the national pageant to determine the outstanding high school senior girl of 19G8. Approximately 70,000 girls took part in local and state competition leading to the national finals. Already $250,000 in college scholarships, bonds and other prizes have been awarded in the state and local pageants, Including $75,000 in bonds to state finalists from Chevrolet, a national sponsor. Another $46,000 in scholar- nosis. After having smoked three packs of cigarettes a day for 24 years and listening to the so- called "experts" expound on everything from holding your breath when you get the urge, to expensive treatments, I was finally Introduced to the Bible, and soon discovered that through sincere prayer I was given the necessary strength to resist cigarettes, plus many other ugly habits. I merely pass this on as a frieivlly swat for the clergyman Shouldn't he go back to the Book, where the genuine powers are? -EX-ATHEIST Gathings and Wife Honored WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. E. C. Gainings, D-Ark., and his wife will be honored by residents of Blythevlile, Ark,, at a reception here March J3, Gainings, who has served 30 years as a representative from the 1st District, will retire from Congress at the end of 1968. Cotton dinners Pick President MEMPHIS (AP) « Charles T. Bernard, operator of Cotton Growers Gin of Earle, tus been elected president of the Southern Cotton Ginners Association, Bernard will also serve as president of the Arkansas-Missouri Ginners Association. Joe Mott of Cak Ridge, la., was elected vice president anil Bob Collins of West Memphis, Ark., executive secretary at a meeting Sunday, ( u/ned i'hra*e Contrary to a widely prevalent btlie'f Ihe phrase "entangling alliances with none" originated with Thomas Jef- lerson. not George Washington ships will bo awarded ' to top finals in the national pageant. A $10,000 scholarship goes to the new America's Junior Miss. Judging based on scholastic ability, personality, mental alertness, poise and personal appearance, youth fitness, and creative and performing arts, started Monday. Finals on Friday (Mar. 15) will be telecast In color by NBC from 10 to 11 p.m., EST, sponsored exclusively for the first time by Chevrolet. This door By "BILL" In the noWy<Miistant future none of us will have a stitch to wear I This does not necessarily mean we will revert to the Garden scene or the nudist camp ... but, clothing will be tailored by fusing rather than by hand or machine stitching. Anyone who has ever Ironed a patch on that hole in the rug or junior's pants, knows what fusing Is and that is the way the st-arris of garments will be treated. There is lots more to this interesting subject but right now and until tlds method is per- fectt'd, we at Haley's would like to keep you in stitches . , . If you want to try on one of the new long skirts (two full inches below the knee) we have them In L'AIGLON'S new Polyester knits. They are so simple in line, you vow you could run one up after supper but the test is in trying on , , . L'AIGLON designers have a secret. Fitted at the shoulders and armhoies, there is a gentle flare through the bodice and on into the skirt that gives grace and freedom as if you were walking in a Spring wind. The colors are gay, you might even say bright. They are packabie and wa.shatie, you will want more than one and the price is |26.00, And then let's go to the accessory bar and get some UghU colored stockings, '*hite gloves that are washable, a big enameled pin to match , . .or loop one of those big polkadutted scarves at the neckline for da^h , . , In short . . , lets s/jrtp* It is Springtime at can open this door. You'll nut find hot air inside the top door either. Our Installment Loan Department du<;sn'! waste tim« whtm you ne«d ii loan. So if you ru-ed an appliance loan for a new rt-fri^jcnilur, you need to pay us a visit soon. Of HUP f

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