Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 11, 1968 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 11, 1968
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-I Thursday, April 11,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Calendar of Events THURSDAY, APRIL 11 The Hope Ladies Golf Association will meet at the Hope Country Club at 12 noon Thursday, April 11, Members are asked to bring a sack lunch. The Hope B&PW Club will .meet for dinner at the Diamond Thursday, April 11 at 1 p.m. with Margie Vickers in charge of the program on Club Pro" gress. The Newcomers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 11 in the home of Mrs. Verdon Kennedy on South Grady with Mrs, Randall Leister, co-hostess. : MONDAY, APRIL 15 Circles 3, 4, and 5 of the W.M.S. of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday morn- Ing, April 15 at 10:30 in the home of Mrs. Homer Beyerley for a covered dish luncheon and study of the book "Spiritual Life Development" to be taught by Mrs, _W. T. McGregor of Texarkana. .•': The ^nn Wollerman Circle -of the First Baptist Church will Tneet Monday night, April 15, 'at 7:30 with Mrs. Charles Rey-Tierson, hostess. ; TUESDAY, APRIL 1G | Circle 7 of the W.M.S. of .the First Baptist Church will imeet Tuesday evening April 16 At. 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Jon Leim. -" The Elders of the First Pres- rbyterian Church will meet Tues- jiay April 16 at 7:30 p.m, in the -Fellowship Hall. £ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 .:. There will' be a Family Pot{luck Supper at the First Pres- {byterian Church Wednesday, ^April 17. Mrs. Francis Reyner-son will bring five of her Bible ^students from the First Baptist •.Church and they will demonstrate their knowledge of the Bible and speed and skill in locating Bible passages. WSCS CIRCLE NO. 3 MEETS Arrangements of pink camel* lias and mixed spring flowers decorated the tables of the Heritage House when Mrs. Earl O'Neal was hostess to Circle No, 3 of the WSCS Monday, April 8 at 12:30 for a delightful luncheon. Twenty members and three guests, Mrs. Alf Eason, Mrs, Everett Vinson, and Mrs, Arch Wylie were present. Mrs. Albert Graves, circle chairman, presided over the business session and appointed committee chairmen for the year. Circle members voted to give a memorial to the WSCS in mem* ory of Mrs. Ed Russell. The Lenton offering was received by the treasurer and dedicated by Mrs. W. R, Burke. Mrs,' Arch Wylle, local president of the WSCS, announced that the district meeting would be in Deirks Methodist Church April 18. For the meditations Mrs, W. R. Burke read scripture from Jolin 13:34 and brought an inspiring message on love. Mrs. Johnnie Greene presented an interesting and informative program "Our World is God's World." PEO CELEBRATES 21st BIRTHDAY Chapter AE, P.E.O., has come of age and celebrated its 21st birthday on Tuesday, April 9 at an evening meeting in the home of Mrs, Edwin Stewart with Mrs. Frank Horton, co-hostess. Chapter AE was organized April 4, 1947, and G charter members were at the party—Mrs. C. V. Nunn, Mrs. F. C. Crow, Mrs. L. D. Springer, Mrs. H. 0. Kyler, Mrs. F. M. Horton, and Mrs. W. Y. Foster. Pretty spring flowers enhanced the setting for the celebration, and Mrs. Nunn reviewed the history of the chapter, its activities and accomplishments, for an enjoyable program. In a brief ceremony the president, Mrs. George Frazier, presented Mrs. Jewel Moore, Jfi, retir* ing president, a small gold gavel to be \vorn with her P.E.O, pin, Easter baskets with the P.E.O, flower were on each dessert plate served with coffee or tea to 22, EASTER PARTIES AT LOCAL NURSING HOMES Members of the Hope Junior Auxiliary held Easter parties In local nursing homes on Tuesday, April 9. After visiting the res* idents of the homes, the Auxili* ary members served cookies and punch. Those going to the Hempstead County Memorial were Mrs, Bill Hairr, Mrs, George Frazier, and Mrs. Lowell Harris. At Hope Nursing Home were Mrs, Gordon Tyer, Mrs. Bill Watson, and Mrs. Jerry Johnson. Mrs, Charles Wilhite and Mrs, Wayne Russell went to the Branch Nursing Home, IRIS CLUB MEETS "And the Light Shall Pierce the Darkness" was the name of line arrangements brought by members of the Hope Iris Club at a meeting on Tuesday, April 9 in the home of Mrs. Owen Nix, Each one looked like a breath of HOPE (AMR) STW, Mntm ft Offset spring, but taking flf st in the judging was the affaiifeffienl brought by Mrs* Richard Arnoldi Following a program entitled "Herbs for the Kitchen Gar» dens," Mrs, A, A, Halbert con* ducted a quiz on herbs and spi» ces, Mrs, C, M, Agee took first place with correct answers, Club President, Mrs, J, M, Walker, conducted a few matters of bust* ness. of the Hight' rakes Five Oscars By GENE HANDSAKER Associated Press Writer SANTA MONICA, Calif, (AP) "In the He.it of the Night" A past president of the club, won flve Oscars, Including best* Mrs. Dan Blake, now of Chicago, Picture acclaim and best-actor visited the group of 9 members, They were served an Easter re* freshment plate_wlth coffee, Coming. Going The Kenneth Leslies and daughters, Leta Jo and Kathy Leta Jo of Buma, Texas will spend the Easter holidays with the Charles Tarpleys, Mrs. H, L, Powell and Mrs. Elmer Smith went to Hot Springs Tuesday to visit Mrs, Sarah Moore, who will celebrate her 94th birthday on Sunday, April 14. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Horton will spend the Easter holidays with Mr, and Mrs. Stan Harris and Mary Beth In Houston. honors for Rod Stelger, at th<3 40th Academy Awards ceremony. Katharine Hepburn, 58, was named 1967' s best motion picture actress as a perplexed mother whose daughter plans to marry a Negro In "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner." the accolades of movleland were scattered, and there ware a few surprises Wednesday night, Considered hotter co-.t* tenders than Hepburn were Paye Dunaway of the explosive "Bonnie and Clyde" and Anne Bancroft, the neurotic who se* duCes a youth half her age In "the Graduate," Stetger was acclaim :d by Sid* ney Poltier, the boyfriend taken hoffla to "Dinner" and the Ne» gro costar of Stelger In "Heat" this ways "He's probably the greatest actor in the world." in accepting his award, Stel* ger thanked Poitier for giving Mm understanding of racial prejudice. Both "In the Heat of the Night" aftd "Qtt@§s W§ Gam tog to Dlfffie?*» dealt wiffi ffie fa ciat problem* Mike Nichols, 37, nominated i year agt> fat ''IWid^ AMid ef Vifginla WMfF, W6H IMS tlffla among directors for his SScdfid film, "The Graduate," Supporting honofS W&il t8 George Kennedy, tha Chain gang eonvlcl of "Cdbl Hand Luke" and to Broadway's Eg* telle Parsons in "Bofiftie and Clyde." her setsofid ftMvte and first important film rota Steiger, the southern Sheriff who reluctantly lets Pettier, a Negro detective from Phlladel* phia, help him solve a crime, nosed out two othef also favored nominees! Dnstin Hoffman as a confused youth in "The Gradu* One Charged In • Petf •! Bunlary Little Koefc ySBofy-m been ehatget! with"~" • ^ said here ate" and Warren fi&ftjr asjhe ruthless bank toftfeet Clyde Mr* row In "fiontde aftd Clyde," The glittering motion pietae§ Academy Awards, televised and broadcast through the tfaKed States and Canad.i, were presided over for the 14th time by Bob Hope, HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel YOUTH ASKED FOR IT! This column is for young people, their problems and plea» sures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help USl, 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 USl this newspaper. KISS AND TELL - IF SHE WEARS BRACES OR NOT Dear Helen: I just recently got fitted to braces for my teeth. They hardly show, because o* my smile, and they don't hurt my popularity. I'm not telling anyone about my hardware mouth, Might get teased. My question is, will a boy know I wear braces when he kisses me? BRACED AND READY The difference... ^azdr&>i*ko$ s. /; s *m //•/•: '_/ n&& (<&, f —K^^^T-V* •^•^•''•x^ ^yfo & / V!SA» «?«=£• ' \ Not just another fashion hair piece . . . but a hair piece by Hazel Bishop. The finest 100% human hair worked into styles that meet the demands of the most fashion conscious women. And . . . Hazel Bishop's nation-wide acceptance allows you to own these luxurious hair pieces af prices never before possible. 100% HUMAN HAIR WIGLETS, 100% HUMAN HAIR $ WIGS. 42 50 A breath-talcing assortment of 22 colors and shades.,. pre-styled and readv to wear. Complete with wig stand and carrying case. Mr. Rees Waters, A New York Hair Stylist, Will Be At West Saturday, April 13th. He will assist, advise, and demonstrate tiie Hair pieces that you will find at West. Now is the chance you've been waiting for! Dear B and R: Probably. More to the point, YOU' LLknow you're wearing braces when he kisses you, unless you tell him. Lips that hide hardware can't stand much pressure. And what's with the secrecy? If your family lays out some $1500 for braces, the least you can do is grin and bare 'em! -H. Dear Helen: Ihave an Identical twin sister. Sometim«s we get each other out of jams. Uke last night, she wanted to go out with a new guy, but had a date with another boy. So I stood in for her. Everything went fine, until he said he was taking me home When he went out of the way, I knew we weren't. He parked, and next thing I knew he was Romeo the Second, Wowl I couldn't convince him 1 wasn't playong gamos until I slapped him across the face. Then he roared home without speaking and didn't even take im> to the door. Just mom- bled something about how I'd changed. He hasn't called my stster since, but she doesn't : nilnd because she doesn't like him. What worries me Is, if boys she doesn't even like expect this of her, she's headed for big trouble. Should I have a talk with Mom?— AFRAID FOR SB Dear A for S: Your letter- even after I edited soma sense into it—still sounds unbelievable, but just in case you aren't putting me on, here's my advice: Have a talk with "Sis" first. If you twins are close enough to exchange dates, you are close enough to hash over problems. Sisterly advice and concern often straightens a girl out faster than a big lecture from above.—H. Dear Helen: Do you think a mother should be at home with her child on the child's birthday? More than once my Mom has been away for mine. Sure, she leaves presents behind, but it's not much fun opening them by yourself. She doesn't liave to be away— it's just for pleasure. Once when I was younger, she called me on my birthday, and I started crying. So now she doesn't call any more. When she's homo, I used co kiss her good-night, but it annoyed her, so I stopped. We hardly ever do things together. It's lonely here. Now I've turned to my girl friend's mother because I caa talk things over with her and feel sort of like a daughter. She helps ease the pain, except it's probably just slUy self-pity, Am 1 being disloyal?-NOT SO SAD ANY MORE Dear Not Sads No, you're not disloyal, A mother who won't take timo for her daughter deserves a daughter who looks for a mother elsewhere, I'm so very glad you found one! I hope your letter hits your mother where she lives—wherever that is.-H, Going, Going, Almost Gone! H you want an S.OJ3. button, Quick send one dinn- and a stamped self-addressed envelope for each botton to Helen Bottel's S.O.S. Club, P.O. Box 9997, Sacramen* to, California, 95823. (S.O.S. stands for "Stamp Out Steadying", in case you still don't know). This column is dedicated to family living, so if you're having kid trouble or just plain trouble, let Helen help YOU. She will also welcome your own amusing; ex* perionces. Address Helen Bottel iu care of The Hope Star. Copyright, 1968, King Features Syndicate. Inc. AGCNCY EASTER SALE SAVINGS / / JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. We Give Top Value Stamps PHONE: 7-4616 HOPE, ARK. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY "FILLED" EASTER BASKETS SEE THIS SELECTION AH baskets candy packed. Some have toys. Even cuddly plush bunny. FROM SHOPPERS SPECIAL $20.00 In Merchandise FREE! EASTER WRAPPED RABBIT IN ONE POUND Whitman's Sampler TWO POUND COLORFUL SACTHEL Easter Candy Treats FOILED WRAPPED Chocolate Eggs King's Jewel Eggs 12 *» 69* 450 39^ 79" I ,U *!'<• Jv\>. *%.! REGISTER EACH TIME YdU'ARE 'IN'"' 1 '''' v:9 * v * THE STORE. NO PURCHASE REQUIRED. DRAWING SATURDAY, APRIL 13TH. $9.95 game Table First Prize $4.98 36" plush Bunny Second Prize 6 IN PACK $3.98 Easter Basket $1.98 Easter Basket Third Prize Fourth Prize Colgate Tooth Paste FAMILY SIZE 63 *1.44 Size BUFFERIN loo-s 1 Shulton's OLD SPICE AFTER SHAVE Spicy, man's fragrance. Sure-fire ,,,«,, t ,,j 67* SIZE ALKA-SELTZER 59 1 PICTURE THIS EASTER Dorothy Gray's Satura Moisturizing Cream wmt \ aum $5,00 SIZE $8,50 Size n So easy to use ... so fast! And fun Prints black & white in 60 seconds. THE POPULAR SWINGER" Model POLAROID 17 6°° Helena Rubinstein's Liquid Light Makeup IN A QUICK STICK 10 NEW SHADES ft£*fe<jQ NEW EACH FABERGE'S STRAW HAT Spray Cologne ™? FF if GRANCE FOH YOUR EASTER COLOGNE AND DUSTING POWDER SET $5,00 M Cologne ALL IN ATTRACTIVE NEW SPRING DRESS. ,} ioz,^ •S »«M

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