Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 18, 1968 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 18, 1968
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Thursday, April 18,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Engagement Announced THURSDAY, APRIL 18 Order of Eastern Star will •meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18 at the Masonic Hall. SUNDAY, APRIL 21 • A Scotch Ball Golf Tourna. ment, postponed from an ear* Iter 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 speaker, a business meeting was held with Mrs, J, C. Burke presiding* Plans were made for a Fish Fry at Fair Park In May, This portion of the meeting was closed with the Lord's Prayer repeated In unison, During the afternoon, mem* bers exchanged cuttings and bulbs among themselves. Miss Clark and her co*hostess, Mrs. Wayward Burke, served cookies, nuts, cold drinks and coffee to 13 members and 1 guest, Mrs. Charlie Smith, Coming, Going 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. 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. A. Whitlow. Circle members are asked to note the change of date. The Adult Choir of the First • Presbyterian Church will practice Monday, April 22, at 7:00 •.. p.m. LILAC CLUB MEETS Guest speaker, Monty Monts, brought a program on "Horticulture" to the DeAnn Lilac Garden Club, when It met Tuesday, April 16 In the home of Miss Llllie Clark. Large African vio: lets in various hues added to the attractive place of meeting. Preparing the yard for planting and caring for growing plants were explained by Mr. Monts to the interest of all. Mrs. C. B. •••'• O'Steen took first place among the arrangements using 5 flowers which members brought. Prior to the arrival of the . . Tom part of their Easter Vacation with Mr. & Mrs, Charles Griffin and family, and returned home with their son, Stevie, who had been a guest in the Griffin home for three weeks. Tom is a Sociology Instructor at Wisconsin State University, in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Mrs, Ethel Barrow and Mrs. Stella Barrow, both of Helena, were recent guests of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Robins and Mr. Mrs. Leo Robins. (AM STAK, PrM«d ITT Offset typxwrttxr , , , Not all thx kxy pxoplx arx \vof kingpr opxrly, You may say to yourself, "Wxll, ! am only onx pxrson, 1 won't makx or brxak an organization," But It doxs makx a dlffxrxnce bxcausx any organization to bx xffxctlvx, nxxds thx actlvx par* tlclpatlon of xvxry mxmbxr, So thx nxxt tlmx you think your xfforts arx not nxxded, just rxmxmbxr my typxwritxr and say to yoursxlf, "I am a kxy pxr* son In this group, and I'M nxxd* xd vxry much!"-AUTHOR UN< KNOWN , , , And try THAT on your typewriter till - H 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* periences. Address Helen Bottel In care of The Hope Star. Copyright, 1968, King Fea* tures Syndicate, Inc. end Radio NEW YORK (A!>) - R Ms a happy Inspiration that took edu» cational television's Julia Child out of her Boston kitchen and put her in the White House to show the general public what a state dinner Is like, out front and behind the scenes, the program Is being shown on most of the nation's educational stations during this period and Is certainly one to watch for, Mrs, Child, whose "French Chef" series has a legion of de» voted fans Including this writer, is no professional broadcast journalist, but her enthusiasm, her curiosity about large mat* ters and small details, and her knowledge of all the things that go into gracious dining made her a natural for the assign- „ she was among the gueste fii a dinner for I9o by President and Mfs» J&httsofi late last fall in noftor of Jafia* nes<? Ptim Mifiteter §&fS affd his wife, ttie formtleereWoftles -the I9'gun salute, the official greeting* wefe duly ffoted, bat the program feally got rolling when Mrs, Child inspected the predinner preparations back* stage, She talked to the White Mouse housekeeper about the menu planning, the careful attention to any dietary limitations, She watched the flower arranger at work on the 19 centerpieces for the tables, She was, of course, complete* ly in her element when talking to the White House chef, They animatedly discussed the ingredients of the fish course, the meat Course and the sauces— "can I have a little taste?" asked Mrs. Child, already help- SflffiSufttSS .fire, »/I.VIVV B * ».-•-* SL info mm% ttfek.it' fitf tt* fe &« Buttef ffi§ sefl tht piettttss dark since it was sftot ifttention ally without addltiofial light, -, But it was tfte eoMsirt** bright, infof ffial . afttf iftfof m* live- that wade it a fine example of enterprise broadcasting; ^.^^ 1 Joey Bishop , eetebrated the first anniversary of his tftte evening show Wednesday night with a program composed of highlights from the past 12 months, ABC celebrated it by announcing it had renewed his contract for another 39 we^ks. the network also said th*t starting in late April, the pf$* gram, routinely, will no longer be live, but taped one night for broadcast the next, Mr. and Mrs. Roel Cast, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, arrived Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. H. 0. Kyler. Mrs. John S. Hart, Arkadel- phla, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neighbors. DORA ANN KING Mf> ^ MrS| Wayne Ray {amil had as their Easter . Mf ^ Mrs> Earl Car . micha ^ yandenburn AFB, Calif. "'"'" *' Mfs> Rj E> Smiley ret urned home lagt week from st> ^^ d { u with so ^m and .. <**&**• Saenger THEATRE LAST SHOWING TONITE 7:00 COIUMBW = POITIER •nJAMtSCLWEUS PPODUC1IONO! "TO SIR, WITH LOVE" , ffl TECHNICOLOR' LV 1 ! FRIDAY-SATURDAY superb, gripping film Julie Oskar Christie Werner Mrs. John Perry, Roge, La. spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robins. Mr. and Mrs. James Walters had as Easter guests, their son, Jim of Dallas, and their daughter, Beverley of Ouachita Baptist University. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Whltworth and Mrs. K..E, Ambrose spent Easter.In.El Dorado,with Dr.and Mrs. Jack Ambrose and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kent and Sonny went to Jonesboro, Tenn., for Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Judson Thornton and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. King announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dora Ann, to Don Charles Purdy. The bridegroom- elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Purdy of Harrison. Grandparents of the bride elect are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gunter of Hope and the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Ellis King of Prescott. Grandparents of the groom- elect are the late Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dewltt Purdy of Mitchell, South Dakota, and the late Mr e and Mrs, Charles Dlxon of Alpena, Arkansas. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Ouachita Baptist University, where she was a member of the Madrigal Singers and the Ouachita Singers. She was the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonla Sweetheart for 1966-67 and was selected for membership in Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities, She Is presently work- Ing toward a Masters Degree In Music Education at North Texas State University In Denton, Texas, where she Is a teaching fellow In piano. She Is also the reigning Miss Hope. Mr. Purdy holds a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Ouachita Baptist University and Is presently employed In College Hill Junior High School In Texarkana, Arkansas. He is a member of Beta Beta Social Club and a member of Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities. He was a member of the Varsity basketball team and was selected A11-AIC during his senior year. The wedding will be solemnized July 13 In the First Baptist Church of Hope. int To Have 3ney? It's Easy Shop At Our Store FREE! 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF OR MORE JOHN P. COX DRUG CO We Give Top Value Stamps DiiniiF. 7.4616 HOPE. ARK, ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Regular Or Hard To Hold Miss Breck Hair Spray HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel Fahrenheit 451 TECHNICOLOR .„ / . TECHNICOLOR- TtCHNIBCOPE' NntD \ Mrs. E. W. Graham and Mrs. W. L. Carter went to Malvern last Thursday, and Mrs. Graham who is Southwest District Director of the Arkansas Extension Homemakers Council, attended a Hot Springs County Council meeting. ENGLISH (From Paae 1) these days." "Okay, double or nothing." "I'd like to take you away from all this, Myrtle." "It's an easy trick anyone can do. I just take the tablecloth in both hands, then give it a quick jerk. It comes off so fast it leaves your glasses and dishes standing there intact. Now watch as I—." "Don't miss the show just because you can't get a baby sitter. Leave your kids with us. They're about the same age as ours, and they'll probably get along famously." "What do I need with a lawyer? It's an open and shut case. All I'll have to do is tell the judge the simple facts of the matter." "They're pretty weak. One more drink ought to fix me up just fine," "If it's a favor you want, don't hesitate. After all, what's a friend for?" "The zipper seems stuck Here, let me fix it," YOUTH ASKED FOR 1T1 This column is for young people, their problems and pleasures, 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. With Mini-Basket! (T) , 16 Lb, Capacity , Delicate Fabric Control , Loads free of lint-fuzz , 2 Wash, 2 Spin Speeds MODEL WA 840D THIS PATH LEADS TO NOWHERE Dear Helen: I've known tills girl nearly six months and have asked her to go steady. She refused but says she still wants to be friends. Some examples of her "friendship" are: At school she never speaks to me. She talks to everyone except me, When we're at a party she Ignores me. Now she has stopped Inviting me over to her house— and we're neighbors. But In spite of all this, I love her. My friends and family say she Is leading me on. What do you think?- ALL MESSED UP Dear AMU: I'd say she's turning you off. Accept it, and find another girl. The minute you do, this uppity dame will notice you again — I guarantee it, I'd also say to your over-kind friends and family: "For Pete's sake, stop building up false hopes. When you keep feeding a boy lies he wants to hear, you only make the truth that much •larder to take, - H Dear Helen: Although I am only ten years old, I read your column every night, but 1 still liave problems. When I ask my parents a question, they never answer, or anyway, never answer until five minutes later, or else they don't hear and ask me to repeat it. How can I make them answer faster?-WORRIED Dear Worried: Catch them when they aren't neck-deep in other thoughts, if that's possible, Parents hardly ever hear it the first time, whenit'a asked over the lop of their Sunday paper. Hero's a trick our daughter Sue uses: "Hey, Mom" doesn't quite get through to me, she busts out with ''Dear Helen Help Us," and if this doesn't penetrate, she .says, "Mrs. Buttel, may I have a word with you?" In other words, honey, start your question with something catchy and different, and yuu usually got results, Just ask iiie! - II Dear Helen: Would you please reprint the article about the missing "e" on the typewriter, entitled "Doxs Onx Mattxr?" I need it for our school paper, and I think others would like to read it again too. -ED THE EDITOR Dear Ed: Newspaper lino- typists and copyreaders will hate me for it, but here goes: DOXS ONX MATTXR? Xvxn though my typxwritxr Is an old niodxl, it works quitx wxll, excxpt for onx or two kxys. I havx wishxd many tlmxs that It workxd pxrfxctly. It is trux that thxrx arx forty-four kxys that function wxll xnough, but just onx kxy not working makxs thx diffxrxncx, Thxrx arx timxs whxn an organization is somxwhat likx my 1000 EFFERVESCENT '/4gr. SACCHARIN TABLETS MILLION! Vu-Lighter IN NEW WILD MOD COLORS REGULAR $3.95 $095 with your prescriptions efficient Service Bring next prescription. CANTRECE NYLONS The non-sag fit. A, B, C sizes. Taupetone, Beigetone. pr. Handy Pack Envelopes 80 Regular Size 40 Legal Size 33 SHOPPERS' SPECIAL HEARING TESTS SET FOR HEMPSTEAD COUNTY Free Electronic hearing tests will be given in Hope on Friday, April 19! Anyone that has trouble hearing or understanding is welcome to come for a free test using the latest electronic equipment to determine his or her particular degree of hearing loss. Diagrams showing how the ear works and some of the causes of hearing loss will be available. Visitors can also see how a simple operation on the ear has helped thousands of people to hear again and how the latest electronic developments are helping thousands more. Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year if they have any trouble at all hear ing clearly. Even people now wearing a hearing aid or those that have been told that nothing could be done for them should have a hearing test and should find out about the latest methods of hearing correction. The free hearing tests in Hope will be held at Bill Ellis Ins. Bldg., 217 So. Main, on Friday, April 19, from 1:00(03:00 p.m. Mr, Tom Purius will conduct the tests through the cour RIP PPIK 2 Regular 4 Jl* DIU reilb T Fine Ml 3 For ^«-^ Men's, Women's and KO^ Children's Sizes Pair%f£F . Personality Men's and Women's ^-^ oft Tinted Shades Pa ir $ 2 9<l Styled in Black, Grey Or WiffS Auburn With Free $Q95 * Stand To Store It On. Reg, $3.50 Size Bleach & Glo Cream Padded Boat Seat & Back $995 Steel Frame $f [House 4 Garden Pint Aerosol «139 Insect Spray can * BtKf Ant & Roach $125 1 516 Wood Street, Texarkana If you can not get to Hope for your free test, you nny come to the Texarkana office, Mo-iday through Friday, from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., and Saturdays from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. OLAFSEN BERI Vitamin Sergeant's K «ps yo»r fcg $198 Sentry Collar ^ 16" Zipper Travel Mode Of Wet Proof Vinyl Winners In Easter Drawing- First Prize Mrs. Bernard Webb Hope, Ark. Second Prize Judy Barber Hope, Ark. Third Prize Mrs. L Dougan Hope, Ark It's That Time Of Year Again' 1 Be Sure Your Clothes Are **""' Protected From Moths Be* lore Storing Ttiero For The fustic GARMENT Apex Moth Cake CUNT SIZE Merck's Dichloricide Crystals 89'

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