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, 1968 SOCIETY 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. of Events wu * taesday night March !» at 1$30 MARCH 18 , ft lhe /^ cafeteria, Mf.Coft* Ann Wolteffnan Circle of way MftDftfflet, Educational con* first Baptist Church will sullant, Southwest Arkansas Diagaoslte and Remedial Center will present the pro|rtfn on ssr the rteet Monday, March 18 at pirn, with Mrs* F. J, Burroughs, Members are asked to please bring their Home Mission offer. FRIDAY, MARCH It Brookwood PtA is sponsoring ft dafcfcen spaghetti or Hambwr* fer Supper at the School Cafe* teria. Anyone deslrlnf tickets call Mrs* Danay Jteyct at ?* 5229, the price *lll be $1,00 adults and SOc studeftts. tM date Is March 22nd from S:30 • 8:00 pitn. SATURDAY, MARCH 23 mn m STAR, ma n* offset Announced • ;7 fhe Youth Choir of the first Presbyterian Church will prae* f{(*e Monday March 18 at 3t45 p.'m, The Adult Choir will practice at 7 p.m, fbe Hope Country Club will . . have an informal spring dftnc« vices available at the .center* for members Saturday, March 23 Baby sitters will be available, surttftg »{ 8:30 p.m, Hosts eou* pies are Mr, and Mrs, Vincent Foster, Ralph Emerson, and Refreshments win be served, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 The Pftlmos PTA 'TUESDAY, MARCH 19 ^Circle "No. 7 of the WMS of tfie First Baptist Church will tij^et Tuesday, March 19 with Mrs. Jimmy Miller at 7:30 p.m* Beryl Henry will meet Wednesday, March 20 at i p.m. Mrs, Charles Plckias from the Southwest Arkansas Diagnostic Remedial Center in Magnolia will be the guest speaker. All par* ents are urged to attend. The Hope Junior Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, March 20 at 10 a m in' the Chamber of Com- Elementary ffierce offlce ^ the e ** cutlve r^"L*^ hnard oreceedlne at 9t30 a.m. schoolPTA will meet Tuesday 7 board preceedlng at 9t30 a.m. S!£i! iJVSsfVfJTS ««« «*« the <*•** ln meet school cafetorium. Mr. James ing dates. Hardln will speak on ''Help For THOUSD AY, MARCH 21 The Retarded." Girl Scouts will bje babysitting. Also, the Cookbook will be ready'to compile Tuesday, All those who can help are asked to come to the school at 1:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served. TUESDAY, MARCH The Daffodil Garden Club will have Its annual style show and dessert bridge Thursday, March 21 at the First Presbyterian Church. One feature will be an art exhibit. Tickets are $2 and are now being sold by members. The Order of the Eastern The DeAnn Lilac Garden Club Star will meet Thursday March in have a Daffodil Tea at 2 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Mitch LaGrone. FRIDAY, MARCH 29 The Friday Music Club will meet at 3:45 p.m. Friday, March 29 in the home of Mrs. Sam W. Strong, Jr. with Mrs. Charles Reynerson and Mrs. lames Me- Larty, co-hostesses. Please note the change of date for the meet- lag. GARLAND PTA MEETS The Garland School PTA met Wednesday, March 13 in the school auditorium. The meeting was called to order by the President, Mrs. Hollis Moses* Mrs, Cannon Hollis introduced Rev. Gerald Trussell, pastor of the First Baptist Church, who brought a most inspiring devotional. His subject, "Master Teacher" was taken from Matthew, Chapter 11. The guest speaker, Mrs. Verlain Jones, spoke to the group on Mental Health. Her talk was both Interesting and Informative Television and REGINA KAY SMITH Mr, and Mrs, Garland Smith Homo Economics in May, of Hope announce the engagement Larry has completed tw and approaching marriage of at Red River Vocational-tech- *•"•*• .If *r -i- * t * * * i • m; •* • Wfc » §» » « i T? »»*.» i iyi VfllJ I *.r »V* their daughter, Reglna Kay, to nlcai School in Hope and is pres- the lngenlolis way „ || lus t r at«l HEW YORK (A.P) - &m> ftt the most Important stories- such as the world gold crisis- do not lefrt themselves to pictorial coverage snd are best handled on television with talk and Interview programs, The networks got the experts on camera and foul them try to give simple explanations of what the excitement was about, with arguments anil speculation on the meaning of the crisis for the average man, Both NBC and CBS whlpperl up special news programs on the gokl crisis Friday night. And then there is the furiously boiling political pot to be watched and discussed from all sides* Sea Robert F. Kennedy's news conference Saturday, at which he announced his catxli* dacy for the Democratic presidential nomination, was thoroughly coVered—and equally throughly talked about by the networks NBC's "Travels With Charley" Sunday night was an Illustrated reading by Henry Fonda of excerpts from John Steinbeck's book about a trip in a camper-truck-named Rocl- nante after Don Quixote's horse —across the United States and back, with his black poodle, Charley, for company. The program was notable for PlHfYtft TH8 WKLL CHILD? Child's Ovcrocfivity Deemed Really an Illness 8 y WAYNf 6 SlUNDSf ABT, M.ft. Larry Tullls, sonofMr.andMrs, wW^PJoywl'al Cox Brothers Steinbeck's Impressions'of his _ ... ...,._ _„ ._ « country, since It us«l the cam- Lonnle Tullis of Hope Reglna attended Henderson Foundry and Co. The wedding will be an event p.m. Tuesday, March 19 in the Hall. All members are urged an( j enjoyed by everyone. Jiome of Mrs. J. C. BUrke with to attend. Room count was taken and Mrs. JUrs. Jewel Burke, co-hostess. Hart's fourth grade won. The $rs. Hollis Samuel will have a The Senior Citizens Club will d oor prize was won by Mrs. J. program on birds using the have their regular meeting A.Watson. theme, "Birds Are Singing." Thursday March 21 at the Youth • <, PRrNr<; Hn MPFT<? Members are asked to bring their Center at 1:30 p;m. All mem- SHOVER SPRINGS HD MEETS dues and daffodil arrangements, bers are urged to be present. Marilyn Rothwell was a guest of the Shover Springs Extension Ho mo makers Club on Thursday, March 14 and brought an interesting lesson on the heart and how to care for the family in times of disease. The meeting was held In the home of Mrs. Darrell Dillon, who gave the devotional message after Mrv Jean Dillard had presented the Eye Opener. Mrs. Homer Poindexter, song leader, directed the group in a rendition of "In the Garden." Club President, Mrs. Clif East, heard reports from leaders of various divisions. The club decided to have an auction among the membersvwith Items State College at Arkadelphltt and of April 12 in the Providence is now student teachingat Stamps High School In Stamps. She will receive her B.S.E, degree in Coming/Going Mrs. Roy F. Prather of Little Rock and Mary Delia Prather of of Agnes-Scott College In Deca Missionary Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. No cards will be sent and all friends and relatives are invited. Births Mr, and Mrs. Larry Chandler era as If 11 were the writer's eyes. Some of his experiences— a meeting with an Itinerant actor, nn evening with some French- Canadian potato harvesters, a reunion with a boyhood frierel— were re-created using actors. The photography, particularly the pnud par- lng th uof (he ents of thelr flrst Cnlld ^ nn ftlghl • lnwg|nat , vei tur,Ga arrived Sunday for a few ^ dftughtejt ^ Tnursday , (ouches of Steinbeck humor days with their niotneranugtana- March 14> Sne has been named wry philosophy were illustrated mother, Mrs. Steve Carrlgan, Jr. shantlon McRac , Maternal grand- by cartoons. . ,, n , „ . parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed As- Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hughes, I, , „ Conway, were Friday night " n OI M0pe * guests of Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Stewart. Martha Allison and Mary Little of Chicago, romtnates at Agnes-Scott in Decatur, Ga., are visiting Mrs. Roy Allison this week before going to Chicago for a visit. Over the weekend they Shirts Moke the Scene Coats this winter choose.up .sides. Some arc smooth and some are not. That's the story on fabrics, The sleekest belted coats arc usually made of melton, which is a smooth, heavy woolen cloth. Coats with surface texture, are often boucle, which is a yarn with met Lt. James L. R. Allison of Joops p ro d uc ing a rough, nub- Ft. Polk, La., for a short stay -' ' 8 " in Shreveport. 3>y appearance " nitted fabrics. on woven or The Actor" on ABC Friday night had Sir Alec Guinness as host and guide in an hour when some of the best-known names of the British stage discussed the function of the performer, the writer and the director. The hour had a spontaneous quality about it, and the highlight was a conflict in views between Peter Brook, a director, who explained the importance of his role, and playwright Harold Pinter who felt directors should Is your child of school age so overndlve that h<* Is unable (o concentrate? TWs is a handicap that affects about « per cent of all grade school children, ace of at tig to Dr. M.irk Stewtsr!, director of psychiatry at the St. Louis Children'* Hospital. Those youngsters are unable to sit still even long enough to watch a television show; they talk In class without permission and are rude to the teacher; they wear out their toys and.'their clothes faster than a normally active child;'.they run Into a busy street without look- int? for approaching traffic; thev get Into fights and gen« orally" misbehave. Life is hard for these child- ron and also for their parents, who are likely to blame thenv selves for having spoiled their child so grievously. In n search for the cause of this Illness, for Dr, Stewart believes there can be no doubt that it is an Illness, heredity has been found to be a factor in some cases. It was thought at first that these children had some form of brain damage, but the most recent study Indicates that It Is instead a delay In the physiological development of the brain. The cause Is still unknown but a hopeful aspect of the situation Is that the child usually outgrows his hyperactlv- Ity between the ages of 10 and 12. One surprising discovery Is that depressant drugs given to quint these children aggravate their condition while stimulating drugs bring about n prompt improvement In behavior and school accomplishment. These children never become studious types, but they settle down Into a more nearly normal behavior pat- not get too much In the center of things. Recommended tonight: "The Bill Cosby Show," NBC, 8-9 EST, with the comedian leaving his "I Spy" role to return to the scenes of his Philadelphia childhood. tern. The parents of such fl child must learn to treat him wltM firmness tempered by kind-ness. They must relax their previous standards of accepts able behavior and set a g0«l' for the child that he cm achieve. Even thotiflft he will, never be scholarly, m» tn«y fn later life become an excellent salesman or athlete, Q—My son's tonsil* were removed when he wa,« S, lie Is now M and they have jtrowti back again. My doctor advised radium treatments to shrink them, tie said it wotild be harmful to remove the tonsil! at his age. What do you think? x A—Age In Itself is no reason for not removing tonsils that have become so large that they interfere with swallowing'. A new method of treat- Ing them that Is gaining In favor Is cryosurgery or rapid freezing. STARTS TUESDAY "FOR PETE'S SAKF' Famous 9 Button "Travelaire Coat" Only 00 JA Shop in Hope Saving of from 1,00 to 3,00 Jon thii Virgin Wool Coat of millispun. Nai ilurally its a DUMAS and exclusive at . club vice-president read a poem, Spiritually Asleep." During a recreation period Mrs. Floyd Mangum directed a game which Mrs. Bob Dillard won. The door prize also went to Mrs. Dillard. The hostess served refreshments to 20 members and the guest speaker. SLIDES SHOWN AT DAR MEETING For a program on American Indians, Paul W. Klipsch showed colored slides of ceremonial dances held in June and December by the San Juan (N. M. ) Pueblo Indians, when the John Cain Chapter, DAR, had its monthly luncheon meeting Wednesday, March 13 at the Horitage House, Spring flowers decorated the luncheon table, and Mrs. J. J. Battle, chaplain, conducted the opening ritual. The Regent, Mrs. Paul Klipsch, had charge of the business meeting and announced plans to attend the 60th annual conference of the DAR to be in Ft. Smith March 21-23. Besides the Regent, others going will be Mrs. Richard Howard, parlla. mentarian, and Gail Tyer, page. The luncheon was attended by 14 members and 2 guests, Mrs. Charles Harrell and Mrs. Melba Orton of Ashdown, Hostesses were: Mrs. Klipsch, Mrs. B. Johnson, Mrs. W, A. Williams, and Mrs. Gaylord Solomon, PINK AND BLUE SHOWER FOR MRS, CALDWELL A pink and blue shower for Mrs, Jack Caldwell w*s given March 14 in the home of Mrs. Jewell Still, Jr. with Mrs, Jimmy Miller, co»hostess. Thehono. ree was presented a corsage of pink and blue carnations, Attractive decorations were seen in the home where a group of friends and relatives gatherecL played games, and presented Mrs, Caldwell many nice gifts tor the expected arrival. Among the 20 guests were Mrs, Andy Cald*ell and Mrs, J. A, Fair, Mr. Caldwell' smother and grand* mother, and from Texarkana Mrs, Ray Allen. Mrs. Billy Ray Scale, and Mrs, C. A, Shifferj the honoree's mother, sister, and aunt, respectively, Refreshments of cake and punch were served from a table centered with a clever baby«type arrangement, SAENQER THEATRE TUES. - WED. • THURS. - MARCH 19-20-21 This • §!• Keep Freezer in Keep your home freezer in tiptop shape mechanically. and observe all operating instructions. 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