Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 29, 1968 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, March 29, 1968
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, Mirth 29,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 am. ofid 4 p.m. Calendar of Events StWtSAY, MARCH 31 A Mixed Scotch Ball Golf Tournament will be held at the Hope Country Club Sunday! March 31 at 3 pirn, the entry fee will be a White Elephant item, A pot* luck slipper will follow the tour* nament, and hosts will bet Mr, and Mrs, Jim Pruden, Mrs, By* ron Hefner, and Mrs. Rose Marie Shlrey, There will be a Family Pot* luck supper at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday, March 31 at 6 p.m. The young people of the church will present the program, concluding the study on Japan, MONDAY, APRIL 1 All the circles of the W.S.C.S, of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, April 1 at 2 P*m, The Youth Choir of the First Presbyterian Church will practice Monday, April 1 at 3:45 p» m. The Adult Choir will practice at 1 p.m. The W. M. S. of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday, April 1 at 11:30 for the business meeting followed by a covered dish luncheon at noon. The Missionary program will be presented at 1:00. The W.M.U. Council will meet at 11:00. Mothers of the Little League, Pony League, and Doctor's League will meet Monday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Youth Center. There will be a business meet- Ing and election of new officers for the commlng season. TUESDAY, APRIL 2 The WOC Council of the First Presbyterian Church will meet In the Chapel Tuesday, April 2 at 10 a.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 6 The Hempstead County Republican Women will have a White Elephant Sale Saturday, April 6 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. In the building formerly occupied by West's Department Store on South Main. ETS COSMOPOLITAN CLUB (At the Cosmopoltfw meeting Tuesday, March 26 in the home of Mrs. R. L. Broach, Mrs. Perry Moses presented a guest, Mrs. Homer Beyerley, who reviewed the book, "A Place Called Sweet Apple" by Celestine Sibley. At the conclusion, Mrs, Beyerley distributed 4 old recipes, such as those found In the book, to each one present. Flowering shrubs, daffodils, and other sips of spring deco* rated the Broach home. During & business meeting, the presi* dent, Mrs* Broach, appointed a nominating committee, Mrs, McDowell turner, Mrs.Cecil Wyatt, and Mrs. Charles Routon, to select officers for the ensuing year, For refreshments Mrs, Broach and her co-hostess, Mrs. McDowell Turner, served a dessert plate and coffee to 20, Including two guests, Mrs. Beyer* ley and Mrs. Alf Eason, PEO HOLDS MEET Mrs, Herbert Stephens was j hostess for a meeting of Chapter AE, P.E.O., on Tuesday, ; March 26. Daisies and yellow Dutch Irises were am-.'-ng the many pretty flowers In the ho mo. The Exemplification of the Ritual was carried out by the officers. "P.E.O. Projects" was the subject of Mrs. Paul Rawson's program, Mrs, H. 0, Kyler told about the International Peace Scholarships, Mrs. w; E. Trotter discussed Cottey Junior College, and Mrs. B. N, Holt explained the Educational Loan Fund. During the social hour a dessert plate and coffee were served to 15. HOPE CLUBS WIN AWARDS Local garden clubs took 5 awards at the State Garden Club Convention In Little Rock this week. Receiving the Standard of Excellence were the Gardenia, Lilac, and Daffodil Garden Clubs of Hope. The Gardenia Club also received second place for Its yearbook and honorable mention for a 1-year scrapbook. Delegates to the convention were: Mrs. Lonnle Crow and Mrs. Charles Carey, Gardenia Club; Mrs. Jerry Alexander, Daffodil Club; Mrs. J.S.Gibson, Jr., Rose Club; and Mrs., B. W. Edwards, Lilac Club. Coming. Going Mr. and Mrs. Martin Green and Molly Ann of Dallas will be here this weekend to assist Mrs., lOnft Gr(Mjjfc4jBOV\^;f,l3Q,JnB Mineral rtngsf?o^o^,*^d>thiy will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Y, C. Coleman. Mrs. Dale Wilson went with Mrs. Byron Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Herring of Prescott to Dallas last weekend, • SAENGER THEAJRE • Tonite - Saturday 1 til 11 p.m. 1 TWO GIANT THRILLS OF MODERN SCIENCE HIDING UNDER THE SEA FROM MEN FROM OUTER SPACE "Destination Inner Space" SCOTT BRADY IN COLOR HRILLERS!! THRILLS OF THE PAST- BIGGER THAN KING KONG "KONGA" TERROR OF THE JUNGLE IN COLOR JOIN THE CROWDS FOR BIG THRILLS Late Show Saturday 11 p.m. And Sunday 1 til 11 RED-AND-WHITE-CHECKED cotton Is used for this young-looking, shorl-slccvcd suit, with rolled collar nnd other construction details held firm bv all-bins Pcllon. Bright red ball buttons accent the doubVbrcnsted shortcut jacket. (AWO SW PriWd t* Offsat Yule Nate Wat Received ANNAPOLIS, Mi (AP) With unseasonable temperatures In the 80s, « Christmas thank you note arrived in An* napolis from 9-year-otd Timmy Gearhart of Donegal, Pa, To Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Thompson, his Aunt and Uncle, he wrote? "t got your present and opened it, 1 looked at it In surprise, f needed a watch very bad, I had one but 1 lost It*" The thank*you, which arrived Thursday, was dated Dec, 21, 196T, A handrltten postscript noted: "t thought the letter was mailed but It wasn't." Church Drive Climax Will Be Sunday The Liberty Baptist Church, on California off Rosslon Road, win have "Put Liberty In the Picture" Sunday during Its Sunday school to bring to a conclusion the "March to Sunday School in March" attendance drive. A large picture of the church has boon cut Into pieces and mailed to members and friends. They must bring their portions top re/evision and Radio By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Captain Kirk, the brave imperturbable commander of the space ship Enterprise, has some pretty hair-raising experiences on alien planets every week In "Star Trek." But never, on any distant star visited by the ship and its crew during two years, going on three, has Captain Kirk been in danger of having his turtle-neck uniform torn off by welcoming natives. That, however, was the experience of William Shatner, the former Shakespearean and Broadway actor who plays the lead in the series, when he tried to leave NBC's Manhattan headquarters earlier this week. Shat- ner,- more nervous when confronted'" with""eager earthltngs than with the worst monsters dreamed up by a Hollywood studio special effects department, managed to escape with nothing more drastic than some ripped seams In his sports jacket. The Enterprise and Its galaxy-cruising crew have recently come through a rough ordeal. Several months ago, the word got around that NBC would cancel the science-fiction series at the end of the season. NBC never said so, but the.show's Nielsen ratings were not even close to those of "The Flying Nun" and "The Andy Griffith Show." The show's fans set out to save It. The network alone received more than 80,000 letters. Fan magazines and columnists were flooded with anguishes ap- where they visited Mr. and Mrs. George Fritz, Laura and Lisla. peals to help save the Enterprise, Network headquarters on both coasts were picketed. "I honestly did not think we'd pull through to a third season, 1 ' confessed Shatner. "I was, In fact, so sure we were to be canceled that I had a film script written from a book I'd bought. I was pretty certain that my future, if any, was In movies and in the theater." Shatner and other members of the cast learned along with the general public that NBC had decided to renew the series for next season— "I heard It on the radio," said the star of the show. "After a couple of seasons together, the casts of a lot of TV series get bored and restless," he said. "They take It out by complaining and fighting among themselves. The (Star Trek) cast has never become bored— we all are proud of the shoW| and we liked our work. I know we J were / ,all v glad.4lt, was rc^j newed." ' ' ! '• ""'-- •' NBC, like the other two networks, Is not likely to be swayed by viewer mall In making programming decisions. But "Star Trek" was special. Much of the mail came from doctors, scientists, teachers and other professional people, and was for the mpst part literate- and written on good stationery. And if there is anything a network wants almost as much as a high Nielsen rating it is the prestige of a show that appeals to the upper middle class and high brow audiences. So Star Trek was saved and production for next season's shows starts^ up in May. Some good cooks who use wooden paddles for making butter balls find the paddles work well when they are soaked in ice water long enough to chill them thoroughly before they arc used. picture may be reconstructed. The attendance goal for the day Is 80. (The average attendance last year was only 31.) Attendance tor the month so far Is well over ZOO per cent above the attendance last year. A feature of the morning service will be a special musical number directed by Tom Harwell. Barney Starkey is superintendent of the Liberty Sunday School, Kenneth Bazar is castor. Final Kites for Soviet Sface Hero By HENRY BRADSMR Associated PnsssWriter MOSCOW 'AP) — the three Soviet leaders stoat under A fray Moscow sky tcrlay as an honor guard by the ashes a? Russia's first h&ro of the space age, Yuri A, Gagarin, ThcKis-inds of sorrowing Russians filed pftsl the urns containing the ashes of Gagarin and Soviet Air Force Col. Vladimir S. Seryogin, The two cosmonauts were killed In the crash of a M1G traln»r Thursday. Communist parly General Secretary Leonid 1, Brezhnev, Premier AJexet N Kosvgin. President Nikolai V. Podgorny and other Soviet leaders stood In silent tribute as (he first honor guard. Gagarin's widow, Valontlna, 33, shook with sobs under her mourning veil as slw approached the urns In the black- draped Central House of the Soviet Army. Gagarin's daugh- tors, Lena, 0, and Galya, 7, were also crying. After a funeral Saturday Gagarin's and Seryogln's ashes will be placed In the most hon- oraole spot in the Soviet Union, the Kremlin Wall facing Red Square. From an obscure childhood on a collective farm, Gagarin rose to top graduate of an aviation cadet school ami became the first man to orbit the earth In his historic Vostok flight April 12, 1901. Moscow newspapers published large portraits of the 34-year-old Gagarin on their front pages, and other portraits of him and Soryogin, who was 4G, with obituaries on Inside pages. Bookmobile Schedule APRIL I 8:30 Experiment Station 8:50 Moloy Homo 9:00 Emmet 9:15 Em mot School H: IS Bluff City 11:45 Caglo Grocery 1:00 Pleasant Hill Loop 2:45 Rocky Mound APRIL 2 8:45 Columbus 9:30 Boyce'flpmo ~ 16:30 Oakhaveh 1 • 11:00 Luck Ranch 11:15 McKoe Horn* 11:30 Washington 11:45 Ozan 1:00 Tollett Homo 1:15 Bob's Grocery 1:45 Castloberry Home- Npnr* HELEN HELP by H*f*n Bolt*! Bear Rtllfb Oat dftnfMer be» Ettlwr « n\\'n w*h ttte c«we WfMN io tmwwho real* u§ of the borrower, ~ tt the aptitir* ftp«trn«nt, ft»n r^f Hflte thlftgs ffcftfl to happen, Ht» wife m4f fied ute ffiy and child came to see him atottl ftas John F. Kennedy was the first Roman Catholic president and youngest man ever elected president of the United States—at 43. separate maintenance payments which were long overdue. M finding htm at home, the woman told me her troubles, Even If t discounted three fourths ofthom, I'd still be shook* After first denying that he had a wife, the man finally admitted he was getting a divorce, but final papers are delayed until he catches up with his support payments. I'm discovering more aboat him all the time. His creditors are closing In. The longest he has had a Job Is three months* He always says he leaves to take better employment. Mostly, he's been tired I But with all this proof, our daughter, a usually sensible girl, still won't give back the engagement ring. She Insists people mis- Judge him. She's under age and w« won't sip the papers. Also, he Isn't free to marry, so time*and her strong moral principles are on our side. How do we convince her of his credibility gap? - MOTHER OF ANOTHER BLIND DAUGHTER Dear Mother: Your daughter has a credulity gap — between the ears; A common affliction of girls In love. With time work* Ing for you, well, relax and let it work. A normal sensible girl doosn't stay blind forever. You'll seo. — H Dear Helon: We have ft neighbor who can como straight from the store and then borrow from mo before she can cook dinner, Several times she has paid back, then borrowed it back before she left. Often she never returns the stuff or, If she does, It's always a much Inferior brand and lots cheaper — something wo dislike and would never use. I've tried telling her to hop in my car — I'll take her back to the store so she can get what she forgot, but she doesn't catch on; just says, "Oh, I haven't time for THAT I" Money Isn't the problem — she's loaded. What burns me Is 1 hardly ever borrow, and the few times I try, she's out of what I need. Frankly, we're rather tired of being her -''next door supermarket, without charge. In fact, I'm tired of her. - BORED WITH A DISORGANIZED NEIGHBOR Dear Bored: Look Mrs. Seat- to rbraln straight In the eye and say, "It's time you learned how to shopl" Then show her how YOU keep day-to-day grocery lists, and always plan meals before you leave for the market. This will accomplish one of two things: She'll either become Mg j, M sthet mic ^ t ^m on f V, or, oul wnh Ws buddies, H* Us hftj own interests, I'm net pftfl fit this t» not a complaint, Pro used to It, Here's my fftp«: 1m few times he DOES notice h« ha^ a wife, he's mad iftdWtacthawfc, py and gay. I'm happy enough, bwl, not jay. I've lost th« hstWt oT talking, Somewhere It went otitpf me, after those yefln* of be tog alone or getting "shuahed" soha coiild hear TV, t like my husband well enough. I'm not mad. I'll cook and clean and be his wife. How can t get It across that I'm silent because I'm used to silence, All I wag) Is to be left alone. —ACCU^F TOMED "; Dear Accustomed: That lsn,,f } true and you know It) You want- sharing, loving companionship^ but you're so hung up with bib* terness and hurt yoit won't try any more. You won't even flgftfc — and this Is the most nopeles* kind of marriage-drift, You'!* drowning in self-pity and y<rtf won't try to swim, — H "?>> [DIXIE Drive-In Theatre ' TONITE • SAT.-SUN. * LET'S ENJOY THE BIG SCHEEN DRIVE IN MOVIES! - TWO DIG COLOR HITS We came to tame a bucking bronc ca/lec Africa/ TEXAS JTYU! PLUS FUN GALORE IN "BUSY BODY" SID CAESAR-ROOT. RYAf ANN BAXTER HE LOVES ME, he loves me not. The really with It girl will keep her long hair neat for parly time fun with a paper flower and twin loops. The loops on either side of the flower are held In place by a rubber band covered with ribbon-like first aid tape that actually looks like white taffeta ribbon. coves Q1W$ . .:,wftAr*'A RUSSELL ^ I^^P^ mim W T Furr » W, 1. rurr, Sbreveport, La, .l\ yitrnva JIW.UIOUHC wees (Mif we REVIVAL First Baptist Church 3rd & Main -Hope, Arkansas MARCH 31 Thru APRIL 7th Dr ' Joe Tnjssell, Music Brown wood Texas arownnopd, iexas Crown Choir Program for Juniors-led By Mrs, Joe Trussed Primary Choir Program-? P.M. lach Night MORNING SERVICE ^ -^7:15 A.M. EVENING SERVICE 7:30 P,M. TP Nur§§ry Open MEMBER P.p.I.C. NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE THE BANK MORE PEOPLE UKp

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