Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 16, 1968 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 16, 1968
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, April 16,1968 HOPE (AW STAR, Printed by Offset SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. .' Calendar of Events TUESDAY, APRIL 16 Circle 7 of the W.M.S. of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday evening April 16 at 7:30 in the home of Mrs, Jon Leim. The Elders of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday April 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall, A joint meeting of Leslie Huddleston Post, American Legion and Auxiliary, will be held Tuesday, April 16 at the WOW Hall. A potluck dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m. The program for the month is Foreign Relations and Child Welfare. Mrs. Homer Beyerley will report on the visit of the National Auxiliary President, Mrs. Vernon Randall, to Malaysia and of the Auxiliary work there. Rep, Talbot Feild, Jr. will speak on "A Square Deal for Every Child," the Child Welfare program, its origin and achievements. The public is invited to hear the program after the dinner, and members are urged to attend the business meeting following the program. Doctor R. H. ChappeU, of Texarkana and a former medical Missionary to India will be a guest speaker at Unity Baptist Church Tuesday, April 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the educational Building. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 . There will' be a Family Potluck Supper at the First Presbyterian 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. of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday morning, April 22 in the home of Mrs. Jewel Moore, Jr., for a covered dish luncheon and study of the book "Spiritual Life Development" to be taught by Mrs, S t A. Whitlow. Circle members are asked to note the change of date. LINEN SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT A linen shower for Miss Donna Kay Cochran of Texarkana, bride-elect of Mack McLarty, was given at the Heritage House on Saturday morning, April 12 with Mrs. Bess Evans, Mrs. Andy Caldwell, Mrs. Helen Hatch Boyd, and Mrs.W. L. Tate as hostesses. A simulated Easter rabbit and pink egg shells formed the seasonal corsage which the honoree pinned to her navy and white casual dress. Yellow Easter corsages were presented to Mrs. Virgil Cochran of Hot Springs and Mrs. Franklin McLarty, mothers of the engaged couple, and a blue corsage of the same type went to Mrs. Tom McLarty, grandmother of the groom-elect. Blue irises, yellow mums, and white daisies decorated the table where snacks were served with spiced tea and coffee. Mrs. Kinard Young poured. Assisting in the dining room were Mrs. E, J. Whitman and Mrs. Jack Caldwell. About 30 guests called during the appointed hours, including Misses Ruth and Maurine Cochran, aunts of the honoree, and Mrs. Ray Allen, all of Texarkana, and Miss Charliene Cochran and Mrs. Spencer Armour, both of Dallas. Miss Cochran received many lovely gifts, and an antique Queen Anne bedspread was presented to her by the hostesses. Coming, Going The Patmcis PTA will meet °avid Max Hendrix, Memphis, Wednesday, April 17th at 2 p.m. was with Mrs. Marie Hendrix in the School Library. All par- and other relatives over the week- ents are urged to attend. THURSDAY, APRIL 18 Brookwood Study Group will meet in the home of Mrs, Doyle Yocom on BrannanStreet, Thufs- >day,'Aprill8 at 10a.m. , The Daffodil Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday, April 18 in the home of Mrs. Jon Leim. County Agent Calvin Caldwell will have the program on "Landscaping." Members are Welcome to bring guests. SUNDA V.APRIL 21 ; A Scotcn Ball Golf Tournament, postponed from an ear-Her date, will be held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, April 21 at the Hope Country Club. The entry fee will be a White Elephant item, and a potluck supper will follow the tournament. Members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship will serve breakfast at the First Methodist Church Sunday, April 21. The tasty meal will cost only 50 cents for children and $1 for adults. The public is invited. MONDAY, APRIL 22 Circles 1 and 2oftheW.M.S. Mr. and Mrs, Gary Metcalf and family, Aurora, HI., have been visiting friends and relatives in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robins, III and Laura, Conway, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl O'Neal and other relatives, NATIONAL ORGANIZATION Greeting Newcomers, contacting leading Merchants. High type with car. Resume to Newcomer Greeting Service, P, 0. Box 7402, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71601 Nunn, U of A, spent the holidays with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, C. V. Nunn. Dr. and Mrs. Rex Easter and daughter, Shreveport, were the Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. J. A. Davis, and Mr. Davis. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt had as an Easter guest her brother, Stuart Spragins of Little Rock. Mrs. Graydon Anthony returned home last Thursday from visits in Little Rock and Crossett. Judge and Mrs. Lyle Brown and Phala, Little Rock, were here for the Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lockhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Charles Downing and family, Hutto, Tex., have been guests of Mi 1 , and Mrs. A. L. Park and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Guerin and family, Conway, and Dr. and Mrs. Jolin Nix and daughter, Texarkana, spent the recent holidays with Dr, and Mrs, Emmotl Thompson. Mrs. Tommy Brasher and Melody, Hot Springs, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fuller. ' 70 SIR, WITH LOVE' IS A MOVIE THAT REMINDS YOU OF WHAT REALLY WARM OOD MOVIES ARE LIKE, YOU CRY AND YOU LAUGH BUT IT'S A BEAUTIFUL MOVIE AND PERFECT FROM TOP TO BOTTOM!" -Judith Crist, NBC TV Saenger THEATRE TONITE Wednesday-Thurs. Adm, .50-.90 JAMES CUYUl'S "TO SIR, WITH _ LOVE SIDNEY POITIER THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT belongs in your wig boutique because one hair style is not enough for today's fashionable beauty. There's nothing like using two or more hairpieces for a quick switch in coiffure and now a girl can change her hairdo with her mood. The layered look can start the day with the razor boy cut (a wig) . . . (right) and end it in an aura of pure romance by adding a fall and perky ribbon. Hairpieces need grooming to keep their fresh, natural look and one company has a trio of aids to do it at home. There's a spray-on cleaner that only needs brushing to restore loveliness. The sheen, when sprayed on adds lustre that makes it gleam and the clear, nonflake spray puts the finishing touch to your hairdo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rudder, Little Rock, visited the Calvin Smiths over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shiver have returned home from Charleston, S.C., where they met Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Nations and family of Kingsport, Term., for a vacation tour of the area, of St. Augustine, Fla., and enjoyed points of interest there. Recent guests of Miss Aurie Huntley and Mrs. Mary Jaeger have been Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and family, Liberty, Mo., and the Rov. and Mrs. T. H. King, Carmi, 111. The Bill Wirskye family, Richardson, Tex,, were Easter guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Hawthorne. Television and Radio By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK- (AP) - The're- production process of the lumbering green sea turtle, which often travels 1,000 miles to the off-Africa island of Europa to lay its eggs, is awesome and interesting. And interesting too, are the little one-man submarines built to order for Jacques Cousteau and his band of seafaring explorers. ABC put them both together in a special program Monday night. The result was the weakest of the Cousteau undersea series to date, but it was still a fascinating and at times a drama-filled hour. The spawning habits of this huge creature weighing upward of 400 pounds and which lays as many as 500 eggs in a season, are not exactly mysteries. But Cousteau and his underwater photop-aphers were able to follow them around the sea floor as well as up on the beaches as the females struggled over the sand to drop their eggs. Most interesting portion of the hour wis the hatching of the young turtles and their furious struggle to make their way back to the protective sea. The drama svas supplied by the hovering and sinister frigate birds who picked off the unprotected young turtles at such a rate that often there is not a single survivor in an original clutch of 100 eggs. The submarines were interesting additions to the Cousteau underwater equipment, but there was a rather phony drama built up in the series involving what was alleged to be their initial tryouts. The program, third in the series, lacked the magnificent and unusual undersea photography of the others, but even with its shortcomings, it was a superior program, Later in the evening, "I Spy" on NBC wound up its three-year life as a pleasant gay series, starring two jaunty if highly unlikely secret agents in Robert Gulp and Bill Cosby, The windup show was a rather silly tale spun out against the sunny background of Acapulco, As Scott and Kelly, leaning casually against some colorful drying fishnets, faded into the television sunset, there was never a farewell, never a hint that they had just concluded their final caper, engaged in their last bit of giddy dialogue. Oh sure, they'll Lv around for months in the hot weather reruns, but the episode was the last show made. Bryan's Kcsiguutiou William .Jennings Uryan resigned as .secretary of state under 1'resident Woodrow Wilson becan.se he disapproved of Wilson's policies after the sinking ol the l.usituniu. Sees future in Russian, U.S. Films By MICHAEL JOHNSON Associated Press Writer MC6COW (Ap) - Russian* born Dmitri Tiomkin, a leading composer of Hollywood movie scores, foresees a big future for Sovlet'Amerlcan film produe« tlons"ifwedon'truinit." Many U.S. film distr&utors are "too nearsighted" to see that soviet movie makers are "taking giant steps," he said in an interview, Looking spry and prosperous, Tiomkin tot* an afternoon off from his work on a film biography of Russian composer Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, the first joint Soviet-American production for the screen. "These young directors here have the same desire to make good pictures that we have," Tiomkin said. "They're trying to attract people—and make money. "They have to sell tickets in Russia, you know. They don't drive people to the theaters with guns." Tiomkin said American movie producers have passed up a bonanza by failing to fake Soviet cinema seriously, "¥« ean'i ignore these 266 miilfoB toftdiffui motion pie* hire goers/'he said, . Tn8 WfttsOSeiJi wtese ,§60f 6 for "rap NOW" made him fa* mous, spoke in a thick Russian accent, and seemed pleased to be back ifi MoSCow-tefflpofafl* iy. "Destiny made me come back to the place where 1 was born," he said. Tiomkin's visit to Moscow four years ago was his first since he left the Country in 1925. He says he left mostly for health reasons. The Tchiakovsky biography is being produced jointly by Mos« film and Warner Brothers*Seven Arts, Tiomkin is co-producer on the American side. Requirement* WereSttff MADISON, Wis. (AP) ~ Gov, Warren P t Knowles suggested Monday the state ease some Job requirements to provide more employment opportunities for jobless persons. 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