Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 3, 1968 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 3, 1968
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Wednesday, April 3,1968 i SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Calendar of Events of Hope, Grandparents of the new •VwmtmAv AtJRtT 4 1Ittle ^ are Mr ' ^ Mfs « Leo * .THURSDAY, APRIL 4 nard Buf ^ Qf m gpflhgs ^ The Pat Cleburne Chapter of Mfs « Barker Rogers of Hope, the UDC wlil meet at the Town Mrs - Ceci l Weaver of Hope is and Country at 12:00 noonThurs* tne great*grandmother, day, Afpil 4. Wedding Anniversary .The Hope Men's Golf Association will meet at the Hope Coun* try Club on Thursday, April 4. A 9*hole golf tournament, us« Ing the Galloway system of scoring will be played anytime during the afternoon, and a barbeque supper prepared by Jamie Russell wtll be served at 7i30 p.m. All male members of the Hope Country Club are Invited. brder of the Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Hall at 7:30 Thursday, April 4. All members are urged to be present. The Gardenia Garden Club will meet Thursday April 4 at 1:30 p.m. In the home of Mrs. Lonnie C,- Crow on the Rosston Road. Mrs. Dale Flowers is co-hostess. All members are reminded to bring flowers and containers for arrangements to be made at the meeting. The Sr. Citizens Club will have their regular meeting Thursday April 4 at the Youth Center at. 1:30. All members are urged to be present. FRIDAY, APRIL 5 Girl Scout Day Camp Leaders Training will be held Friday, April 5 from 10 a.m, until 2p.m. at the Little House in Fair Park, Those attending are asked to bring a sack lunch. The Rose Garden Club will meet at 2 p.m. Friday, April 5 in the home of Mrs. Charles Stone with Mrs. Jim Andress, co- hostess. Members are asked to bring flower arrangements. 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. TUESDAY, APRIL 9 The Hope Iris Club will meet Tuesday, April 9 at 2:30 p.m. in the fiSme-of Mrs. Owen Nix. Mrs. A. A. Halbert will have the program, "Herbs for the Kitchen Gardens." Members are asked to bring a Line Arrangement. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS There were 5 tables of players at the Hope Duplicate Bridge Club on Monday, April 1 at the Diamond. When boards were scored, the winning couples were: first, Mrs. Lloyd Spencer and Mrs. E. J. Whitman; second, Mrs. R. L. Broach and Mrs. J. C. Broyles; third, Mrs. Harry Hawthorne and Mrs. Comer Boyett. Births Mr. and Mrs. Gary Burgess of Hot Springs are the parents of a G pound, 4 ounce daughter. She was born Saturday, March 30 and has been named Betsy. Mrs. Burgess is the former Lynda Rogers ANNOUNCES WEDDING PLANS Miss Elizabeth Bowman Brad* en, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ri« chard Allison Braden, has completed plans for her wedding to Vincent Walker Foster, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Walker Foster of Hope, and has set the date for Saturday, April 20. St. Henry's Catholic Church will be the setting for the ex* change of nuptial vows at 5 o'clock in the afternoon with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph Siener officiating. As the guest company assembles for the ceremony, Robert Lajoie Lancaster of Franklin, vocalist, and Cyrus Daniel, organist, will present a program of nuptial music. Mr. Braden will give his daughter in marriage. She has chosen her sister, Mrs. Robert Jones Chaffin to be her matron of honor. Miss Catherine Sanders Braden and Miss Margaret Spangler Braden, other sisters of the bride-elect, will be her maids of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Nickye Leigh Yokley, Miss Lenore Fontaine Taylor, Miss Bonnie Sue Stutski of Toms River, N.J., Mrs. Donald Kent Roberts of New York, Miss Shelley Shook Gearhart of Birmingham and Mrs. Edward Gordon Dudley, Jr. of Atlanta, cousin of the bride-elect. Mr. Foster will serve as his son's best man. Groomsmen will be Geoffrey Brugh Braden and Richard Allison Braden, Jr., brothers of the bride-elect, Wilbur Wade Caldwell of Atlanta, John Michael Booe, Patrick McLochlin and William Henry Lee Woodyard III, all of Little Rock, John Lindsay Builder, Jr. of Annlston, Ala. and Neil Fitzsimmons Castaldo of Cranford, N.J. Ushers, completing the personnel of the wedding party, are Beryl Franklin Anthony, Jr. of El Dorado, and Samuel Lee Bowman of Little Rock, brothers-in- law of the bridegroom - elect, John Robinson Braden, Jr. and Elijah Spangler Brugh Reynolds, cousins of the bride-elect, Robert Jones Chaffin, brother-in-law of the bride-elect, Edward Gordon Dudley, Jr. of Atlanta, Addison Beecher Scoville HI, and T. Westray Battle, Jr. of Rocky Mount, N.C. A reception will be given immediately following the wedding by Mr. and Mrs. Braden at their homo on Golf Club Lane. Coming, Going Mrs. Howard (Janet) Flesher will leave Thursday for the Hawaiian Islands to meet her husband, M. Sgt. Flesher, who will have an "R and R" leave for Vietnam. His First Novel Sir Walter Scott's first novel was "Waverley." Scott started the novel in 1805 but it was not until 1814 that it appeared without his name attached and was a great success. HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed by Offset FACT IS NO (from page one) sclously exercising a pleasufa: ble animal freedom which custom now denies to such dignitaries as kings, diplomats and symphony orchestra conductors. Vou can never tell how International crises will affect the common man. A friend of ours said he had a nightmare recently in which a man with a pair of dental pliers was chasing him Highway 299 to Emmet to Be Paved LITTLE ROCK (Af>) - Bids totaling $1?.8 million will be accepted until April 24 on 11 projects, including two interstate projects, the Arkansas Highway Commission announced Tues- around Times Square and trying p rkl",tUSclover° to get the gold fillings out of his f eaf lnterchang * at {ne U(S) 2 ?o interchange on Iterstate 30 at Malvern. Other interstate work includes fencing, minor drainage MR. AND MRS. F. L. KIRKPATRICK Mr. and Mrs, F. L. Kirkpa- Springhill, La., and two sons, trick of Willisviile, Arkansas Waylon Kirkpatrick of Magnolia, will observe their Golden Wed- A i" k « a nd John Taylor Kirkpa- ding Anniversary Sunday, April trick ° f Willisville, Ark. They 7th, at their home. also have twelve grand children Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick are the parents of three daughters, and two great grand children. Open house will be held be- Mrs. Syble Speer of Homer, La., tween the hours of 2tOO and 5:00 F rankle Loe of Camden, Mrs. Dinver Williams, in the afternoon. All friends and relatives are invited. HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel Compliment her Easter loveliness with a gracious gift of Pangburn's Milk and Honey Chocolates Choose your gift today . . . from our exciting selection Village Rexall Pharmacy Hop* Village Shopping Center "Courtesy, Quality, Service" WARD & SON DRUG CO. m E, S«coad Phon* PR7-2292 DUTY VS. LOVE Dear Helen: At 29, I'm considered everything a good housewife should be: Girl Scout Leader, Den Mother, Sunday School teacher, active in PTA, a quite happily married mother of two. I always thought the worst things in life were to kill and to be unfaithful. I condemned anyone who was untrue to a mate, though I don't always condemn divorce. Now I stand condemned. I have fallen In love with another man. It's a warm, deep, painful yet wonderful love — unplanned and much regretted. We won't give in to it, though we talk every day on the phone. Tom has helped me become a better person- more understanding to my children, kinder to my husband. He loves my children and they love him. He wants to marry me, yet we both know my husband needs me. It was because of that need we discovered each other. It started one night four years ago when I ran away from the kind of wild drinkingparty my husband enjoyed. Tom, then just a casual bachelor friend, found me crying. We talked for hours. He gave me courage to insist we drop this bad crowd. Though my husband called me a "kitchen witch" and goodie- goodie (in front of Tom), I won. He is now a respected businessman. He might not have made it alone, as he comes from a drinking, don't-care family and was in trouble with the law before we married at age 18.1 realize now I didn't relly love my husband, but I was sorry for him and wanted to help him get away from influences that were dragging him down . . . Always the "goodie- goodie reformer" — now turning no-goodl For a long time Tom and I pretended our love didn't exist, but still it deepends every day. We try to avoid each other, except for the telephone calls. We can talk on any subject and know the other understands. I don't want to ever again wake up as I used to and wonder why I am living. I know there is only one answer: Give Tom up; surround myself with wife-and-motherhood and forget the warmth and wonder of a silly thing called love. Tell me, Helen, is this what I must do? - C. F. Dear C: I've had your letter for more than a month, trying every day to make myself write such easy, morally-certain platitudes as "Take a cold shower and was that man right out of your hairl" Somehow I can't. I keep thinking: Isn't it pos- sjble your husband may feel as mismatched as you do? Perhaps you aren't the only one who regrets an early marriage, and wants out. You m>y each be living a half-life in your efforts to protect the other, for while you've made him a business success, you have taken away his fun. Maybe he's ready for both — with someone else. He just MIGHT be bored silly with you! If this thought doesn't shake yoiv- if you'd truly be glad your husband no longer cares— then it's time the three of you had an honest talk. The warm, wonderful oneness you describe in your six-page letter doesn't happen often enough to let it drift away without a struggle. AND you don't do ANYONE in the family a favor when you live with a mate you can't love. — H YOUR HELPING HAND DE- PAKTMENT Dear Helen: An 82-year-old wo» man who badly needs cheering cards and letters is Mrs. Olive Heck, Alpine Nursing Home, 3456 — 21st Avenue, S, St. Petersburg, Fla. Last year a stroke left her with a useless hand. Bad luck struck again when she had a fall that confined her to the hospital for several months,, She's be so happy to hear from your readers. Thank you -A FRIEND Dear Readers: Many shut-ins, unable to answer your thousands back teeth. He said his dream pursuer had the features of Gen. Charls de Gaulle. Nothing makes a fellow feel more downright inferior than to find his name misspelled in the phone book. If people worried as much about keeping their reputations as spotless as they do the fenders of their new cars, this would indeed be the best of all possible worlds. Politics knows no such backbiting as exists among amateur gardeners. Each suburbanite sneers at the way every neighbor stakes out the tomato plants in his backyard Eden. Looking for someone to feel sorry for? How about hatcheck girls? They'll have a tough time living on their lean tips in the hot weather months ahead. The cheapest way to buy friendship is to give a two-bit cigar to a guy who usually smokes the two-for-a-quarter kind. He'll remember you warmly for months. This spring may mark the final heyday of miniskirts, men — so enjoy, enjoy! Those who knocked them most while they were here will secretly miss them the most when they are gone. of letters personally, ask me to publish their sincere thanks for your kindnesses. This is a combination "Thank You" from all my Helping Hand Department people. You've helped — more than you'll ever know! — H bridges on about 4.8 miles along the proposed Interstate 40 loca^ tion in Crawford and Franklin counties. The other projects, by county: CHICOT- Surfacing 5.4 miles of Highway 208 from Highway 165 south of DermotttoBellaire. HOWARD - Surfacing 9.56 miles of Highway 355 from Highway 32 at Saratoga to Highway 27 at Mineral Springs. NEVADA - Surfacing 6.3 miles and building six concrete slab bridges totaling 750 feet on Highway 299 from Highway 19 to Emmet. CRAWFORD AND FRANKLIN — Grading, eorsion control work and building six concrete- and-steel bridges totaling 1,588 feet on 4.81 miles of Interstate Route 40 from Highway 215 to about .8 of a mile east of the county road on Lonelm. SEBASTIAN AND CRAWFORD- Installing signs and fencing on Interstate Route 540 from about .5 of a mile north of the Kelly interchange at Fort Smith to the interchange northeast of Van Buren. FULTON- Surfacing 6.5 miles and building one 373-foot bridge on Highway 289 from Saddle northeastward to a paved section. LONOKE - Placing asphalt overlay on 9.5 miles of Highway 31 from about 7 miles north of Tonite At 7:30 Banned in Memphis Supreme Court overrules - Says "NOT OBSCM Lonoke to the White G<mtf line. LONOKE AMD PRAIRIE - School Placing asphalt bVefia? Sfi 18,47 pRySieal miles Of Highway 38 ffoffi High* «We attf capacity? prou way 31 to Highway 11. successful rehabilitation a«f tte PRAIRIE ** Pteelftf asphtlt serlott§toe§§ overlay oft 1<M5 miles of Ittgh' Hams Said tftt way II ffoffi Inter stale 40 ittMrth "ft' 16! of Hafceft 16 Highway 38, It." ' -.', PULASKf - Surfacing, Wild* "1 thiftfe thai ft& ing a 268*f6ot bridge and three elaborated 6ft culverts on the Pratt ROad'tJ.S, a way that It will foe a Highway 6S Interchange off able solution." HdffiS Sticu; a Highway 65 about &/ 2 miles it Is, 1 am fearful Ml It is * south of Interstate 30, going to bfIng about the deslfetln COLOMBIA- Placing asphalt effect," overlay on 7,09 miles of U, S, ""' Highway *?9 from the Louisiana line to about one mile north of Emerson, CALHOUN - Placing asphalt overlay on 4,79 miles of High* way 4 from U.S. Highway 167 at Hampton to Highway 160 at Harrell. BRADLEY ^ Surfacing 3,897 miles of Highway 15 from the south side of Carmel to the south city limits of Warren, BENTON - Surfacing 5.84 miles of U.S. Highway 71 from Rogers northwestward to near Bentonville. GREENE—Surfacing, erosion control and building one 202- foot bridge on Highway 1 from near Highway 25 at Paragould on a new location to a junction with existing Highway 1 about one mile north of Paragould. Training Schools to Desegregate LITTLE" ROCK (AP)-A plan for desegregating Arkansas' four training schools Was sent back to the new Arkansas Juvenile Training School Board Tuesday by Federal Judge Oren Harris. Harris told the board to be more explicit on how the schools would be desegregated through use of a central reception and classification center and gave the board 60 days to file another plan. According to plans drafted March 19, the center would From SwidtA A totally mw CMciot ii notion oictiros for Kbits! N-O-T-I-C-E No tickets sold to anyone under 18 years of age proof of age must be furnished on Request! Admission this show only $1.25 Saenger THEATRE FULL 6Vi" NATIONALLY ADVERTISED QUALITY PORTABLE Sale Starts Today Thru Saturday! KING-SIZE DELUXE PATIO PAIR All W.olti.r Aluminum with Gitin »4 Whin Strip* W.bblnj FOLDING Lightweight and rugged— folds easily to store or carry In cor CHAIR trunk, is care-free aluminum. 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