Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 4, 1968 · Page 2
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April 4, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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*>,'. , April 4,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Belween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Calendar of Events Coming, Going THURSDAY. APRIL 4 NOPE (ARK) STAR, ftifltetf by Offset Tech School Advisory Group Moots B&PW SPRING ;The Hope Men's Golf Association will meet at the Hope Coun* try: Club on Thursday, April 4. A ; .-9*hole golf tournament, using- the Galloway system of scoring; will be played anytlma during the afternoon, and a barbeque sup- pep prepared by Jamie Russell will be served at 7:30 p.m. All male members of the Hope Coun- try,:Ciub are Invited. '.Order of the Eastern Star will meet at thfe Masonic Hall at 7:30 Thursday, April 4. 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, atthe 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 Master Jim Samuels has re* turned to his home in Danville after a visit with his grandpar* ents, Mr, and Mrs* Frank Ram* sey. Mrs, B. L. Rettig visited in Monroe, La,, last week with Mr, and Mrs. Joe Harbuck, Friday they went to Mississippi for the Natchez Pilgrimage. Mr. and Mrs, V. A. Keith, Dal* las, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coop. Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Stewart went to Shreveport Wednesday for the funeral of her aunt, Mrs, C. E, Douglas. Burial was in Conway, home of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Yancey Reynolds have returned to Fayetteville after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lowe and other relatives. Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mrs, B. C. Hyatt have returned fro ma visit in Louisiana and Texas. In Beaumont they visited Mrs. Lawrence Tally. Side trips were made to Houston to the Astrodome, to Lafayette, La. to the Mf S, Paftftle Hatty, $lst m tlonal P*l§M8ttt, LfttttReeK, f ffl talk about Foundation Ifld MlSi Jeafiice Falls, Past Stale President, and National Chair* waft, Nike gamothface, Russell* vllle, •wilt speak on the Nik6- &ffiOthraee Clubs* Mefflbefship Development will be the tbpiefof Mrs. Lorraine Blaekildge, State Membership) Chairman, Montlee* llo, and Mrs* Charleefi f IptOn. State freasurer, Mabelvale will speak on Public Relations, there will be a luncheon with Margie Viekers, Hostess Chairman, Hope presiding* Mrs. Anna B, Hicks, Co-director, Ar* kadelphia, will bring the iftvoca* tion, Mrs, Sue McCray, Director, Southwest District, Ashdown will introduce the Guests. The afternoon program work- Conlinuis Draw Crowds It's affiafclfifc wrt trail though It has mt raining every night, the crowds at the First Baptist Chttfeh Revival this W^ek have teen above ailespectations, Several hundred people have almost completely fillet! the lower floor of the large aoditofltihl at eaeh service. The messages by Evangelist w» f. Purr, raster ef the Queensborough Baptist Church of shreveport, are outstanding. The music, directed by Evange* listic singer Joe frussell, is thrilling the hearts of all who attend. Choirs" as they sing each even< ing. Services are at 7:15 The Hempstead County Re- azalea trail and to the Evange- publican Women will have a White line country near St. Marttnville. Elephant Sale Saturday, April 6 Enroute home they a.m. until 4 p.m. in the formerly occupied by Earlier this week the Shop Advisory Committee for the Red River Vocational Technical met and discussed problems and the future program. Left to right: J. J. Pickren, director of instruc- tion for RRVTC; H. G. Dillard, Instructor; J. W. Rowe, director of the school; H. F. Hickey, Cox Bros.; Arthur Dillard, machine shop instructor; Bill Watson, Corn Belt; Robert Cox, Cox Bros. Machine Shop. Gordon Smith of G&S Manufacturing Co., — Hope Star photo a member of the committee, is not pictured. First Vice-president, Tucker* man, moderating, Virginia Ruth* erford, Third Vice«President, Batesville, Civic Participation, Bette Gordo, President, El Dorado, Personal Development, Lorene May, Waldron World Affairs, and then Historian, Little quiz, "A Trip Thru the* close of the service in the Church Fellowship Hail, and nightly at Sunday. sas'/, Mrs, •^ Membership ,W1UI aaef fjlof^ Arkan- c/-m*h South t?A/>v from 10 building West's Department Store on South Main. A bake sale will also be held at the same location and at the same time. MONDAY, APRIL 8 The Builders Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday evening, April 8 at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. George Young, 1501 S. Ptne with Mrs. Armin Ayers as co-hostess. All members and associate members are urged to attend. Circles of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday April 8th as follows: 1. 2:00 p.m. - Mrs. Charles Harrell. 2. 2:00 p.m. - Mrs. R. M. LaGrone Jr. 3. 12:30p.m.-Heritage House. 4^*2:00 pirn.'"- Mrs. John L. WiisonTr. Enroute home they visited Hodges Gardens and saw friends in Natchitoches and Magnolia. Mrs. Ched Hall of Arkansas College at Batesville is the guest of friends and relatives in Hope this week. Mary Ann Bader of Hendrix College is spending the spring holidays with her parents the Steve Baders. SW Bell Has Revised Rates Within State Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Friday filed revised tariffs with the Arkansas Public Service Commission, reflecting new rate cuts on long distance calls within Arkansas and other rate reductions which -•will- result injibput $434,000 in annual" savings for Arkansas tele- HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel 5. 7:30 p.m. - Mrs. Lyle Me- Phone users. Mahen. The Faith Sunday School Class of the First Baptist church will meet Monday night April 8 at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Ferrel Baker with Mrs. Herbert Dodson and Mrs. Dayton Thomason as co- hostesses. All members and associate members are urged to be present. TUESDAY, APRIL 9 The Hope Iris Club will meet Tuesday, April 9 at 2:30 p.m. in the home 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. The Guernsey PTA will meet Tuesday, April 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. New officers for 19C8-C9 will be installed. We will have classroom visitation. The students will have their science projects and art exhibits on display. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS A local Tuesday Bridge Club met with Mrs. Emmet Thompson on April 2, and yellow roses decorated her home. Among the cjjjjb members, the hostess was the highest scorer for the afternoon. For refreshments cake and coffee were served. The new intrastate long distance rates call for reduced "evening" rates, beginning at 5 p.m. on weekdays (Monday through Fridays). Even lower "night" rates are to apply for station-to-station calls placed inside Arkansas after 7 p.m. on weekdays and all day on Saturdays, Sundays, and five special holidays (New Year's Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day). In addition, the revised tariffs call for a special new "early morning" rate (12 midnight to 7 a.m.) of a maximum of only 40 cents for three minutes, station-to-station long distance calls between points inside Arkansas. The new intrastate calling hours, days of week, and holidays, coincide with those which went into effect on interstate calls late last year. YOUTH ASKED FOR IT! This column is for young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help US!, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush-off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help US! this newspaper. NEWSBOY COULD BE GOSSIP COLUMNIST Dear Helen: I'm a newsboy,, A certain lady always tells me if it's raining to leave the paper inside on the hall table. The other day I walked in to leave the paper and there she was kissin' up a storm with another one of my customers. They're 1 '' both •"married but not tcr each other. Guess they didn't hear my knock. I pretended not to see, and said real loud, "Anybody home?" Then I got out of there fast. The next night when I collected, they both gave me envelopes with $5.00 in them, I could sure use the ten skins, but it doesn't seem very honest. Do I give them back or forget the whole thing?-PAPER BOY IN THE KNOW Dear P.B.: You know, of course, you got two bribes. It will hurt like the dickens but I think you should return the bills with notes saying, "Sorry, I can't accept this." Your honesty will make you ten skins poorer but it may shake—or scare— these dishonest people back to their real mates. . . . if that's any consolation to you.— H. Dear Helen: I like a certain girl except for two things. She wears black sneakers and they These reductions in intrastate don't do a thing for her legs and long distance rates, coupled with feet; and her stomach always the interstate cuts oflastNovem- talks. Should I tell her or drop ber, make a total reduction of her?-EMBARRASSED GUY nearly $1 million to Arkansas tel- Dear Guy: If you've known ephone users. this girl a long time you might Also included in the filings were eliminations and reductions in mileage charges for thousands of telephone users out- Dear Helen: Recently I have read many letters in your column about unwed mothers. I too am one, but proud of myself for one reason: I support my daughter alone, asking no help from her father. Hearing his reaction after I told him, I realized he had dated me for only one purpose. I thought of filing a complaint against him but changed my mind. The values of pride and self-respect were clear to me. If I were to go before a court for his money, I'd feel as if I were beingpaid for the privileges I permitted him. After all, I took a chance and lost. - ALONE AND PROUD Dear Helen: Until the other day I thought my parents and all other ( older people had very square tastes, but gosh, I was at out 60-ye'afield 'riefghbbr's *and shei had the stereo on. Was lever surprised! I listened, and I mean really listened to her records. She had dreamy waltzes and love songs by Ed Ames. WOW! And some by the Sons of Pioneers: "Cool Waters," etc. You could shut your eyes and feel really GOOD ... not at all like this crazy "now" stuff makes you feel. Maybe if more kids would listen to "square" music they'd discover it's really there. — DONNA Dear Donna: Thanks, pal. I like your "now" music too.— H Dear Helen: What's with this kid? He knocks himself out proving he's a man, yet he always runs right back to mamma. He flunked college to spite his parents. He enlisted in the Army to get away from his mother. He knocked two of my teeth loose because I argued with him. But every leave he gets, it's right back to Mama's apron strings. She pulls them so he never sees me. She accused me of trying to side city service areas, and re ductions in charges for special _ telephone equipment tor customers who are hard of hearing, have weak speech, and students tell her you've got a thing against black sneakers. Stomach rumbles? They're beyond her control, but keep crackers handy. Maybe she's hungry. Saenger THEATRE Last Showing Tonite 7:30 ADULTS ONLY 18 or over Admission $1.25 ********* STARTS FRIDAY - The Show everyone will enjoy THE ALL-NEW AND MOST EXCITING TRUE-LIFE I ADVENTURE! BIO SCRttN fUU •If Mil ueenwa il (Ix (In* Uugugti Iht t)i at tafco Eulrrwi Amenu i lop ooltax pbo(i>(i«*«' GORDON EASTMAN MVf •••<"> incredible summer on a heart stopping* who are "homebound," With PSC approval, the lower intrastate long distance rates would become effective starting May I, and the other reduced rates on various customer billing dates throughout the month of June, The long distance tariff re* ductions filed Friday were described as being made because of a recent change in separations procedures. These procedures involve transferring some plant investment and expenses used to provide telephone service from intrastate to interstate opera, tions, The other new, reduced or eliminated rates include: - Reductions in mileage char* ges outside the city service areas, which affect thousands of telephone users, — Elimination of on-premise residence mileage inside these city service areas. - Revision of several existing and establishment of several new service areas. - Reductions in regular charges for special telephone sets for people with impaired hearing, weai speech, and "Iwinebound" school students. YOL'MJ MK)K is achieved by Klliel Kennedy, who wears short sfcirt aud patterned hose while attending university speech given by tier husband, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Why Shop In Our Store Ask Your Neighbor. Or Better, See For Yourself... Gillette SUPER Stainless Steel Blades PACK OF 5 Sudden Beauty HAIR SPRAY tuTa«.' >£. ••i Ctrl- 89c Merck Dichloricide SHOPPERS SPECIAL Gaivue. 1 1 I i^-ii 1 "*i ';*;* B I $2.98 FASHION RITE DIETARY CAPSULES Diet supplement of vitamins, minerals and nutrients. 80's. SAVE '1.00 1 98 m S3 1 Tf- I •f{5 POLAROID YEAR-ROUND SUNGLASSES Wipes out reflected glare. FROM 98 $20.00 in Merchandise FREE! Come in and register, no purchase neccessary. We are giving away $9.95 game table first prize, $4.98 36" plush bunny, $2.98 Easter basket third prize. Drawing April 13th now he's threatening to beat up my new boy friend. What should I do? -TIRED OF MAMA'S BOY Dear Tired: Tell his mother on him. She'll fix his little red wagon! — H Men's and Ladies' TIMEX WATCHES 6 95 RUBBER GLOVES microgroQve floating Sure- grip finish. Tyson JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. 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