Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 24, 1968 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 24, 1968
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Wednesday, April 24,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-343) Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. . Engagement Announced HOP* (MHO st Aft, Calendar of Events THURSDAY, APRIL 25 Ladies Bridge Luncheon will be held at the Hope 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 The Friday Music Club will .meet at 3:45 p.m. Friday, April 26 in the home of Mrs, Talbot Feild, Jr, with Mrs, G. G, Medders, Mrs. Garrett Story and Mrs, H. A. Spraggins, co-hostesses, Ouachita Baptist Univer- ; sity will be special guests, There will be a supper and a 'singing at the Formbv Cumher- " land Presbyterian Church Friday night, April 26. Suppar will be served at 1 p.m. and a pro' gram of singing by Ronnie Burke and his Quartet will follow at 8 p.m. There will be no charge for this but a free will offering will be made to help raise money for the Fellowship Hall. The church is located two miles across Millwood Damon the Ashdown Highway. Everyone is invited to aftend. SATURDAY, APRIL 27 A potluck and cards entertainment will be held at the Hope Country Club Saturday, April 27 at 7 p.m. Hosts: Dr. and Mrs. Sam W. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Trout and Mr. and Mrs. Royce Weisenberger. MELRCSE HD CLUB MEETS The Melrose Extension Homn- makers Club met on Tuesday, April 15 at 1:30 p.m. in the homo of Mrs. T. L. Smith on N. Washington St. Club president, Mrs. A. C. Kirby, presided over the meeting. A nylon net laundry bag was demonstrated and the members told how to sew one. Also a lesson was given on "Fabric Personalities and Fabric Care" by Mrs. Smith. A poem "Feet of Jesus" was read by the vice- president, All members present played a "Name of Presidents" quiz. Dossert plafe, punch and coffee were served to five ladies present. SPRING RECITAL AT BODCAW SCHOOL Mrs, C. W. Logan will present her Spring piano recital in the Bodcaw High School auditorium Friday night, April 26 at 8 p.m. Her piano students are: Bruce Porter, Pam Ward, Sherry Sherman, Carolyn Adams, Marilyn Adams, Susan Butler, Kim Mitchell, David Lafferty, Linda Goodwin, Tommy Goodwin, Bonnie Strange. Beverly Sherman, Robert Caudle, Barbara Goodwin, Joy La.fferty, Phyllis Butler, Diane Mitchell, Judy Daniels, Susie Davis, Dobbie Butler, Wanda Baker, Barbara Miller, and Nancy Brown. The public is cordially invited. CAREER GIRLS MEET The Hope Career Girls met April 18, at the Diamond for a dinner meeting. Mr. Clyde Fouse, the guest speaker, gave a very interesting talk on "Finding Work in a Changing World. Eighteen members of the Career Club attended along with Miss Velora Bright, Mrs. Opel Hervey, Mrs. Evva Renerson, Mrs. Mable Ward, Mrs. Virginia Hosmer. Mrs. LaVeta Mouser president of the Hope BPWClub, sponsor of the Career Girls, dismissed the meeting. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Four tables of players met at the Diamond Monday night, April 22 for the Hope Duplicate Bridge Club. Winning couples were: first,-Mrs. E. P. Young, Jr. and Mike Kelly; second, Mrs. Harry Hawthorne and Mrs. R. L. Broach; third, Dr. George Wright and R. L. Broach. LET'S TALK ABOUT MOVIES By VELDA SEAMANS Tonight is the last showing of"THE GIRL AND THE GENERAL," with RodSteiger. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. is a program with plenty of action. G^en Ford and George Hamilton in a Civil War action-drama, "A TIME FOR KILLING." The second feature is about the U. S. Cavalry and the Apache Indians with Audie Murphy in "40 GUNS TO APACHE PASS." Late Show Sat.-Sun.-Mon. "THE BALLAD OF JOSIE," is a pair of tight fitting jeans and high heel cowboy boots with a gun strapped to her waist, leaving a trail of laughter behind her. Doris Dayiand George Kennedy star in "THE BALLAD OF JOSIE," a Comedy-Western that is sure to please everyone. . . At the Dixie this week-end the showtime will be at dusk. . .as Day Light Saving Time starts Sunday. There will be action, comedy and suspense in "WILD REBELS" and "THE FASTEST GUITAR ALIVE." Roy Orbison, in the comedy-drama, "THE FASTEST GUITAR ALIVE," sings eight songs and makes good use of his guitar which shoots bullets. It's fun to go out to the movies— see you there— 60 WESTERN, PARDNEK! LANA JANNET COX Mr. and Mrs, Ray D. Cox of school at Blevins High, Blevins, Route Five, Prescott, Arkansas, announce the engagement of their daughter Lana Jannet Cox to David Wayne Rinkle. Lana is a senior and attends MILLWOOD SHRINE CLUB MEETS "Summer of Decision," a colored film with a patriotic theme, was shown to a group of Millwood Shrine Club members, their wives, and guests at a dinner meeting Tuesday, April 23 at the Diamond. Those attending the Ladies Night affair were in high praise of the film made by the Shrine with emphasis on the founding principles of American government. With messages by outstanding Americans of today, ranging from Texas Governor Allen Shivers to Astronaut Gordon Cooper to Illinois Senator Everett Dirksen, the picture had a college student and high school students in the .principal roles.,,Because of its youthful appeal,-the film had been shown at Hope High School, and several appreciative comments were read from local students. Shrine Club President E. L. Archer, Jr. welcomed the members and guests, and H. M. 01- sen made a few remarks as membership chairman. Harry Shiver, who had secured the film, introduced it, and Paul W. Klipsch operated the projector. Births Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allison Schee of Rt. 4 Conway are parents of a son, Glen Andrew, born Monday, April 8 at Conway Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Schee is the former Ann Gold of Conway and Mr. Schee for- morly resided in Hope. Arkansas, David Wayne Rinkle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rlnkle of Amity, Arkansas. The couple plan a June wedding. ; fe/0¥?fion and Radio By CYNTHIA LOWRY APTelevislon*Radlo Writer NEW YORK (Ap) ~ "Where the Girls Are," NBC's special Tuesday night, was an excellent example of the current vogue 1ft TV variety, It consisted of some interesting music, uninhibited camera work, and lots of color and sight gags, Much of the time the musical numbers were accompanied by camera work that made them look like those soft drink commercials aimed at the fun»loV« ing teens. And, most of the time, the comedy looked like bits and pieces left over from Monday night's "Rowan and Martin's laugh*in." As a matter of fact, Dick Martin turned out for one gag, He played i duck hunter who took a shot skyward and was rewarded by a rain of shotguns—that's a sight- gag, Daphne, and it's a good thing it's rerun time because the stockpile of items like that is getting low, Noel Harrison, who has a pleasant way with a song, was the show's host. He was particularly attractive in the number "Gentle on My Mind." Don Adams was around In his secret agent role, which is getting to be a bit tedious. And there was Cher who as everybody knows is Sonny's wife, She had a couple of songs as did Barbara McNair, and two groups, the Byrds and The Association. Coming, Going Mrs. Thompson Evans returned home last week from Madison, Tnd., after an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Armstrong. Wedding Vows Are Repealed ft Tffftfcf flf in College HELEN HELP US! by Melon Bottel IT'S NOW OR NEVER is bitter and cynical, gets mad Dear Helen: I've been going at everything I do. She curses me steady with a certain man for and says she wishes I was dead, six years. We are both in our The worst thing is whenever 50s. He is a salesman, and when i discipline the younger children, he comes to town, we have a won- she tells them they don't have to derful time. He says there is no mind, that I'm a mean old bag, one else. Now he has suggested and that they don't have to listen that he move here and live In my to me. apartment, road She has turned my 16-year-old goes rages me. Now he's threatening as he won't be on the so much. He would assume expenses. The one thing he hasn't sug- to kill gested is marriage. I may be old his little sister too. He says if I fashioned, but/txjan't see sharing don't" give" him everything he an apartment except as a wife, wants, they won't be here much He is a bachelor and I am a widow, longer. We get along beautifully, and if it isn't love, it's the next thing to it. I feel miserable without him. Should I take advantage of don't go out, and don't MRS. VINCENT St. Henry's Catholic Church in es Nashville, Tennessee was the set- the ting on Saturday afternoon, April 20 for the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Bowman Braden to Mr. Vincent Walker Foster, Jr. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allison Braden, Nashville and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Walker Foster, Hope. Elizabeth attended St. Celia Academy of Nashville and Sweet Briar College in Virginia where she received her B.A. degree. She was a member of the Cotillion Club and the SAP Club. Vincent, a Hope High School graduate, attended Davidson College, N.C. and is currently enrolled in the Vanderbilt Law School. He was president of the WALKER FOSTER, JR. and spring flowers enhanced setting for the reception. Leaving on their wedding trip to Nassau and Pompano Beach, Fla,, the bride chose for traveling a lime green and white herring bone dress with matching lime green and yellow shoes and After their return, the couple will reside in the Americana Apartments in Nashville. MUMl, Stetft* wha entered toe ate of 13, has been aeaeptal aa a math inslmfifof at Mehl* gart State uWetsity, StBlfie* Is 18, The teea-ager, wte ha§ foeftt eaUed genius siftee tfte ags 6f rw<j. chose a gttdutfcr assisted* ship in the nmffi depaftffieftt at Michigan State aver offers from "six or seven other very flfie schools," said her father, Aaf« on, Edith graduates from Florida Atlantic University 1ft August, celebrates her 16th blrthdaf-a few days later and then heads for East Lansing 1ft September, According to the university, Edith will deliver two-hour atge* bra lectures twice a week, act as consultant to students aftd grade tests In addition to taklhg three graduate courses, ; "1 hope I'll be able to finish up on my PH.D. in two years;" sha said, "This is a gigantic step she'ls taking," her father said, "Michigan State has one other genius who has attracted just as much attention as she has and he will undoubtedly be a new challenge to her." "It will be interesting; it'll certainly be different," Edith said when she learned that one of her classmates will be Michael Grost, 14-year-old senior in advance mathematics. Grost was admitted to Michigan State at 12. '.«• The Brooklyn-born coed's i^ft, has been tested at anywhere from 154 to 201 depending on the test used. Dr. John Hocking, director of graduate admissions at MSU who approved the admission of both young scholars, said Grost's intelligence has defied the best attempts to measure it. boy so much a'gainst me that he Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, into rages and threatens member of the Omicron Delta My daughter eggs him on. She's Kappa leadership fraternity, voted Who's Who in American Colleges-and Universities, and a member of the Phi Delta Phi Legal fraternity. Officiating for the wedding was Leap Year and propose?—ASKED BUT UNASKED Dear A but U: Why not assume this bachelor's proposition was meant as a proposal, and happily aim him toward a minister? Even if it wasn't it will be, if you play your cards right. -H Dear Helen: My husband died two years ago, leaving me ,with eight children. My trouble is with my grown daughter who lives with us, and tries to run my life, She 26 and has a job, but when I ask Monsignor Joseph Slener. Nup her to leave, she says she doesn't tial music was provided by Rob- have to and I can't make her. I try to bring the children up right, drink. Miss Wonderful says: STAND UP IN COMFORT Stand your busy feet in these. Such toe-wiggling comfort inside. Such luxury cushioning, such soft leathers. Advertised in COSMOPOLITAN, GLAMOUR and SEVENTEEN GOOD YE AR WELT * SHALLOW DIP COWBOY TOE * COWBOY HEEL COLORS: • Black • Ruffout r ss onderful Attend the FFA Rodeo Friday & Saturday CHILDREN'S SIZES 8'J to 3 April 26 and Tliird District Coliseum INFANTS' 4 to 8 BOYS' to 6 Family Shoe "A fomily Shot 115 ifl*t 3M Strwt East 2nd Street I All but these two go to church with me every Sunday. They're good children, except for the two bad seeds. Their Dad acted this way too. I honestly think they would do anything, including murder, to spite me. Is there some sort of specialist I could see?-FRIGHTENED MOTHER Dear Mother: Call the Mental Health Association or the Family Service Agency in your town and tell them of the murder threats. They'll see that you get immediate help. Your minister will assist you in making contact with them. Perhaps these two "bad seeds" aren't as dangerous as they sound, but I believe authorities will agree with me —they should be removed from the family.-H Dear Helen: I am divorced from a man who treated me as if I didn't exist. He was too busy gambling, drinking and chasing to have time for his femily. But somehow myfriendsonlyremem- ber how handsome and charming he was. Now I have met a wonderful man who works steadily, loves me and my kids, doesn't drink, or chase, is good to his mother, and has even started going to church with me, But my friends make mean comparisons, They say he is nothing because he doesn't "lay U on with a trowel'" as my "ex" did, He's not a fancy dresser- but he has asked me to help select his clothes, so he'll be more in style. Sometimes his English isn't too polished, but he wants to learn. How do I make my friends see that being sharp isn't near* ly as great as being steadfast? -ON A STRAIGHT TRACK Dear OST; By steadfastly lg* noring their comments, And If those friends date back to the gambling and gamboling days, perhaps you should look for re* placements, — 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 experiences. Address Helen Bottel In care of Hope Star. Copyright, 1961, Inc. ert Lajorie Lancaster, vocalist accompanied by Cyrus Daniels, organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a cream glace satin gown fashioned with an oval neck, line edged with lace scallops and long sleeves. The Princess Model is designed with an overlay of Allecon lace in a deep ivory shade, falling from an empire waistline. The fullness in the back of the skirt terminates In a Cathedral train. Mrs.•' Robert Jones Chaffin served her sister as Matron of Honor and Miss Catherine Sanders Braden and Margaret Spang- ier Braden, sisters of the bride, served as maids of honor. Bridesmaids were Nickye Uegh Yokley, Nashville; Lenore Fontaine Taylor, Nashville; Bonnie Sue Stut- ski, Toms River, N.J.; Mrs. Donald Kent Roberts, N.Y.,N.Y.; Miss Shelly Shook Gearhart, Birmingham; and Mrs. Edward Gordon Dudley, Jr., cousin of the bride, Atlanta, They wore long lime ice chiffon gowns with long sleeves, high neck, empire waist and carried bouquets of pink and yellow spring flowers, Decorations throughout the church were pale greenery, Vincent Walker Foster served his son as best man, Groom s» men were Richard Allison Braden, Jr., brother of the bride, Nashville; Geoffry Brugh Brad» en, brother of the bride, Nash- vine; John Micheal Booe, Little Rock; William Henry Lee Wood, yard, HI, Little Rock; James Patrick McLochlin, Little Rock; Lt, Wilbur Wade CaJdwell, At. lanta; John Lindsay Builder, Jr., Annlston, Ala,; and Neil Fred, erick Castaldo, Cranfbrd, N.J, Ushers were Beryl Franklin Anthony, Jr., brother'in.law of the bride, El Dorado; Samuel Lee Bowman, brother-in-law of the bride, Little Rock; John Robinson Braden, Jr,, cousin of the bride, Nashville; Elijah Spangler Brugh Reynolds, cousin of the bride, Nashville; Robert Jones Chaffin, brother*in4aw of the bride, Nashville; Edward Gordon Dudley, Jr,, Atlanta; Addison Beecher Seovttle, HI, Nashville; and Turner Westray Battle, Jr., Rocky Mount, N,C, For her daughter's wedding, Mrs, Braden wore a pink chiffon with yoke of embroidered ribbon and Mrs, Foster wore an aqua Alaskiae ensemble. After the wedding, a reception was given la the bride's home on Golf Club Lane. Tropicana ros- IfyouVe thinking of moving next week, call it off... B-Day is almost here! OF HOPE ATTENTION MOTHERS 3 Days | Only § Ttiurs,'Fri.-Sat. April 25-26-27 BIG 11x14 PORTRAIT BlacK and White Handling Charge REG. $8.00 VALUE, QNUY $1.00 1 No appointment necessary 9 Full selection of poses • No age limit • AH work guaranteed Gus Kennedy Shoe Store Hope Village Shopping Center ? m * 81 $»•?(! §ip» PnotogrspJier's Hours ; JO; w Limit — Qns Ppr 8ubi*tt* w 3

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