Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 23, 1968 · Page 2
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, April 23,1968 H6K (AW) StAI, Pfiflfwl IV flftwt SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. ; : Calendar of Events TUESDAY, APRIL 23 The Cosmopolitan Club will 'meet at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday, April • 2S, in the home of Mrs, Hamil-ton Hanegan, with Mrs. P. L. Perkins as co*hostess. • WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 The Hope Junior Auxiliary will , : meet Wednesday, April 24 at 10 '.a.m.' in the Chamber of Com- ;merce office with an executive board meeting preceding at 9:30 a.m. BRIDGE CT.ITR MEETS A guest, Mrs. Garrett Story, and a club member, Mrs. C. P. Toileson, were the high scorers, when a Friday Bridge Club mot with Mrs. C. C. Lewis on April 19. Besides Mrs. Story, other guests were Mrs, Rob Jones, Mrs, F. R. Moses, and Mrs, Hoy Wilson. At the conclusion of play, the two tables were served a sandwich plate with coffee or tea. THURSDAY, APRIL 25 ; Ladies Bridge Luncheon will be held at the Hone Country Club 'Thursday, April 25, beginning at : -12 noon. The meal will be potluck. Hostesses are Mrs. Roy •Wilson, Mrs. W. C. Bramlett, and Mrs. Jim Smith. - FRIDAY, APRIL 26 DELEGATES TO GIRLS STATE SELECTED Announcement of delegates to Girls State and their contributors has been made-by Mrs. E. F. Formby, Girls State chairman, American Legion Auxiliary, They are: Donna Connelly, Kiwanis Club; Susan McCain, Hetnpstead County officials; Pat Westbrook, Hope B & PW Club; Junanne Reynolds, Citizens Na„,..,,, tional Bank; Ginny Gardner, The Friday Music Club will First National Bank; Nancy Mar- meet at 3:45 p.m. Friday, April tindale, Rotary Club; Janey Sea- 20 in the home of Mrs. Talbot mans, Hope Junior Auxiliary; Feild, Jr. with Mrs. G. G. Med- Jenny Callicott, lions Club; Jan- flers, Mrs. Garrett Story and e t Foley, Presbyterian.Ladies Mrs. H. A. Spraggins, co-hos- Bible Class; Linda Curnmings, tesses.Ouachita Baptist Univer- Hope Federal Savings, and Loan; sity will be special .guests. Robyn. Galloway, Anders.on-Fraz- SATURDAV APRTT OT ier tosuran ' ce Co -s' Jan Herring, SATURDAY, APRIL 27 • Century Bible Class of the Afeth- A potluck and cards entertain- odist Church, ment will be held at the Hope The annual encampment will be Country Club Saturday, April 27 held at Camp Robinson the second at 7 p.mi Hosts: Dr. and Mrs. week in June. Sam W. Strong, .Mr. and Mrs, A. rrXm % n/-i r^ • R. Trout and Mr, and Mrs. Royce ' Doming, \j7.Oing Weisenberger. ' - .-Dr. and Mrs. F. D.Henry re- SENIOR CITIZENS MET' ' '-Wrned nome Sunday from Little Rock, where they • had medical Bob Thomas at the Movies By BOB THOMAS see longer programs on televi* slon next season and probably for many seasons to come, That can be confirmad by a look at the 1968*69 schedule, which displays an increasing number of 90-mlnute, two-hour and** for feature movies—even longer formats, form" has been "Most fofdfffittol and en. mete Btftmh the said, ' - mmtothy f ldaif»"S$^ The same paftefn of tenser ntof nest JaftMfy, f!S6fIiI«5*« shows was established with *' '** "* < ** i tion pictures, whteh begin a3 90*second subjects tft penny af * cades. one«reel and two»red films dominated the Industry in its first decade, then the featute film was developed* During the 1930s and 1940s, 90 minuteswas the normal length of a film? now movies average tw>" and the network's attitude'is demonstrated by its scheduling three movie nights for nekt season. He explained that the addi* goings on. The "long embraced by network program mers, especially those of NBC, now movies average which introduced the elongated and many run longer, show with Saturday Night at the Durgin was bullish on feature Movies in 1961 and the 90-min- movies as an audience-puller, ute series with "The Virginian" *«A «,« «A»H^*.I>»« «ui»*.j- »1 in 1962, last week Don Durgin, president of the NBC television network, discoursed on the "long tion of a third movie night, was form" before a meeting of the possible because NBC bought Hollywood Radio and Television large backlogs from Universal, Society. He pointed out that the United Artists, and other com- 15-minute and half-hour shows, pariies. . which abounded in early TV, ' SucK decisions have brought were a hangover from radio complaints from critics and la- programming, bor unions that networks are ab- He cited these figures: In the dicatlng their" creative functions 1959-60 season there were 82 -and eliminating jobs for mov- half-hour shows on the three ie workers*-by devoting seven ter "Plrsl j news shew ttm 8 te II EST ofl the first Tties&y ef ery month, Said he! " 'First Tues gives NBC News what news organization wishes they could have- the ability to ffirflw the .cloek away and let the stety dictate the time to It, rather than the foffflat."" ; Fire by Fr*l«ht ALLEGANY, N.Y., Volunteer fireman didn't' have' to go to-a fire here Wofidiy—ah Efte*lAcka wanna R'at1 1 0ad crew delivered it by fast freight Train crewmen discovered tKfe fire aboard one of its three dish sel units soon after it left Saia* manca, They used a radio hook-up to call the firemeft and. as soon as the train rolled ifl^ the volunteers used chemical sd£ lutlonis to dousfr the.blaze, MET; The Senior Citizens Club held its regular meeting Thursday, April 18 at the Youth Center with 9 members present. The meeting was opened with prayer by the vice-president,. Mr. Ben LaCount. Minutes were then read and approved. Mrs. Dora Wor- fhem read 'two inspiring poems, enjoyed by all. Mrs, T. L. Smith won the. door check-ups and visited the Roger Dew family. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Foster are home ff*Om Nashville, Tenn., and the wpdding of their son, Vince, to Miss Elizabeth Bowman Braden was performed last Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pofter- Mr. and Mrs. Herald Porterfield and other relatives. Mrs. Homer Walton and Mrs. Jim Prothrb of El Dorado with Mrs. E. P. Young went to Hot HOW TO MAKE ENEMIES AND ALIENATE MOTHERS-IN-LAW ' Pear Helen: My boyfriend, -who had even talked of marriage, has not been back to my house since I told his mother what I thought about her "indecent exposure." prize. Dominoes were played af- f ield/ Austin, Tex., are visiting • ter the meeting was closed with . _ . a poem by Mrs. Georgia -Cearley. . - The next meeting will be May 2. ; . Engagement Announced • Friends in Hope will be interested in .the .announcement -otthe- engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Suzanne Marie Whitten, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Dolphus Whitten of Oklahoma City, formerly of Hope^to H. Robert Guy, son of Mr.~and Mrs. Troy Guy, also of Oklahoma City. Vows will be read June 1 at 7 p.m. in the Bishop W. Angle Smith Chapel at Oklahoma City University by Dr. E. T. Wayland of North Little Rock. The .future bride expects to graduate from Oklahoma City University in May with a degree in ari and speech. A member of Alpha Chi Omega, University Singers and Lambda Chi Alpha, Crescent Club, she has been on the Dean's Honor Roll and in "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities." Miss Whitten studied abroad at SohiUer College, Germany in 1967 and went on a 9-week USO tour of Germany and France in 1966. Mr. Guy also expects to graduate in May from OCU with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and physics. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha and Blue Key and served as President of Sigma Pi Sigma. He has been listed on the Dean's Honor Roll and was also in Who's Who. Springs Sunday and attended services at the Piney Grove Methodist Church, where their cousin, the Rev. John Prothro, is the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCarty, Shreveport, was in Hope over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Harris, . after Mr. Harris Was injured in a fall at home and was taken to Memorial Hospital. Mrs. E..F. Formby, President of the Leslie" Huddleston Amor- ican Legion Auxiliary, went to •Little Rock' last weekend for the American Legion Rehabilitation and Spring Conference. Mrs. Paul Coates and Kim from Trenton, Mo. are visiting with. Mr. and Mrs. Lee'Still. Clyde Davis of Shipley Studios is attending a photographers convention in Little Rock April 21, 22, 23. Spanish is spoken by 140 million people' in the worfa. HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel cigars. At least that's.her excuse, though .they cost more. This not only unladylike at home, but she smokes them in restaurants and at work. People laugh at her, and I am ashamed. .... , How. can I get rid of those smelly It happened one night when my cigars? _ w s N boyfriend and I went to his house * ^ Why ' d o n »'t you start call- unexpectedly. Helen, you would- .-„ , ,, Da i 9 » _H n't believe tliis, but out from the ing hel uafl ' ' bath came his mother with noth- p ear Helen . My f a t ner is a doc- ing on but a very small .towel, tor ^ he shQuld k now better, right in front of her husband and- But . he s ^i sm okes about three 19 - year - old son! My eyeballs packs of <jigar.ett.es a • day.'-If nearly fell out of my head. So anything happened to Mm I just I told her I knew right from wrong cou id n 't take it. He's the most wonderful man in the world, and 'I want him. to stay well. What and she herself. should be ashamed of Do you think he should drop can j do? _ VERY WORRIED me, just because I said my intended mother-in-law shouldn't Dear Worried: Tell your.father, make a spectacle of herself7 - QVer and over a e aln ' i ust what PKIE IN A FDt Dear Pixie: He's probably thinking — and rightly — how sharp your tongue could cutupamwri you've written to me. Surely a "wonderful" man will make every effort not to worry his child, especially when the ma- age ? A sincere apology for your Jority of his colleagues agree that tactlessness might help: If you can't admit you were Wrong, she is right.-H. you're better off single. — H. Dear Helen: Ever since the State put an added tax- on cigarettes, my mother has been smoking Saenger THEATRE fonite-Wednesday Showtime 7:15 Feature 7:30 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST ACTOR, ROD STEINGER. This is a Rod Steinger Picture, one he believes in - one he makes you believe in a picture you don't forget - RodSteigerVirnaLisi What happens when the rotes of man and woman are reversed? The Girl and the General" UmbertoQrsini to Metrocolor Dpar Holea: I am n guy of. 18 and well liked !)y most people. Dating is no problem as I seem to attract girls, and they are pretty free with their ideas, etc. But now two of. them tell nu> I have to marry them, I admit it's . possible, but I know I'm not the only one. They said they wouldn't get pg. Helen, this is no joke. What should Ido?- TOOYOUNG TO BA A TWO-TIME FATHER Dear Two-tiim>r: You should have stood — these easy gals off, However if you can prove they ARE easy, they'll have a ! \ard time proving you are the father. Your parents lud better coasult a lawyer, and insist that you pay all fees, from your own earnings. And I " hope they're steep! — H. ; Dear Helen: We are sciiiors in high school. CXir chemistry teacher is the problem. 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