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Thursday, April 25,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Engagement Announced (ARK) STAR, Printed fir Offset Calendar of Events FRIDAY, APRIL 26 ' The Friday Music Club will tneet at 3:45 p.m. Friday, April 26 in the home of Mrs, Talbot Felld, Jr, with Mrs, G, G, Medders, Mrs, Garrett Story and Johnnie Green, Mrs. H. A, Spraggins, co-hostesses. Ouachita Baptist Univer sity will be special guests. The Jet B. Graves Class of the First Methodist Church wilt have its monthly potluck supper at the church Tuesday, April 30 at 7 p.m. Hostesses: Mrs, Ralph Montgomery, Mrs, Lynn Mont» gomery, Mrs. Tommy Montgom* ery, Mrs. Guy Downing, and Mrs, There will be a supper and .1 singing at tho Formfoy Cumberland Presbyterian Church Friday night, April 26. Suppar will be served at 7 p.m. and a program 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 male to help raise money for the Fellowship Hall. The church is located two mites across Millwood Damon the Ashdown Highway. Everyone is invited to attend, SATURDAY, APRIL 27 A potluck and cards entertain- WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 The First Presbyterian Church will have a Family Pot* luck Dinner , Wednesday, May 1 at 6:30 p.m. Mr, Paul Harvey will be the guest speaker. He is a member of Hope High School Faculty. Garland PTA Study Group will meet Wednesday May 1st at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Revis Edmonds. FRIDAY, MAY 3 The ladies of WOC of the First Presbyterian Church are planning a May Fellowship Conference in the Church at 10 a. m. for all Protestant and Catholic Women of Hope, A program is being arranged by the Chrisment will be held at the Hope tian Community Action Commit- Country Club Saturday, April 27 tee - We are especially anxious at 7 p.m. Hosts: Dr. and Mrs. Sam W. Strong, Mr, and Mrs. A. for all our women to attend. R. Trout and Mr. and Mrs, Royce Weisenberger. MONDAY, APRIL 29 The Adult Choir of the First Presbyterian Church will practice Monday, April 29 at 7 p.m. TUESDAY, APRIL 30 The Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class will have a pot luck party in the recreation room of the First Methodist Church Tuesday, April 30 at 7 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Ralph Montgomery, Mrs. Lynn Montgomery, Mrs. Tommy Montgomery, Mrs. P.E.O. HOLDS MEET Chapter AE, P.E.O., heard "A Treasury of Great Recipes" by Mary and Vincent Price reviewed by Mrs. F. M. Horton at a meeting on Tuesday, April 23, in the home of Mrs. L. D. Springer. The speaker had prepared some of the dishes described, and she distributed tasty samples as well as recipes from famous restaurants of the world. The home was decorated with yellow roses, and the hostess served dessert and coffee to 16, BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Harry Hawthorne enter- Guy Downing, and Mrs. Johnnie tained her Tuesday Bridge Club Green. on April 23, and she had pret- mode o'day I vfe*/r - • x , V. / Greaf gift for Mom. Cool colorful They're so easy care, she'll love them. 1, Sleeveless checkmate: back-zip tent duster, with big patch pockets in polyester/rayon blend. Washable and resists creases. S/M/L/XL 2. Patio muu-muu: Look pretty, be comfortable in color-splashed cottons that keep step with summer, washes superbly. S/M/L SECOND 4 MAIN 4.99 2.99 Down Two Not Total Loss By Oswald and James Jacaby The opening event of each national bridge championship is a nationwide charity game in which players all over the country play the same hands. These hands are predealt by computer and, since each S layer is competing against is own group, the top score for the country is likely to go anywhere and usually does go to some small town. This does not mean that the hands aren't tests of expert skill. Board No. 7 found East- West • vulnerable and North- South not vulnerable, with West invariably starting with a spade pre-empt. When West started with four spades, NOftttf 25 f A K 9 5 f A J 8 5 4 A A2 WEST KASf * K Q 10 9 0 5 4 3 * 2 f ,T 6 f Q 10 fi 7 2 • Void * 10 7 2 4KJ10 *9875 sou-rn <t» *87 ¥43 • KQ963 4.Q843 East*West Vulnerable West North east South Pass 3 A Dble Pass 4 * Pass 4 A Pass 5 4» Pass 6 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— A K would make his owft eight tricks and go down* two tor minus W. He Would foe uft* North would double for business. South would leave the double in and, assuming any reasonable defense, West . happy, because §00 is than this value df § fldft able game, but it would iHft- a total loss. The bidding ifi tht box shows how a mere three* spade opening by West, lead! to a diamortd slam by SdtithY West will open the klftg Of spades and, while South woft't like his slam contract, he should make it. The play isn't really very complicated. He must win the spade lead and play a trump. West will show out and South will have to decide to end* play West if he wants to make his contract. The end play de< velops if South plays dummy's ace and king of hearts and times the whole play so that he will ruff two of dummy's hearts and eventually play out all dummy's trumps m order to wind up with the jack of spades and in dummy and iftret aitiM W the qtiMll:tlt MM miMlM. I Wfctf'wflTW tfmt» tn« (^ueen of spades am king-jack af elufes, and 88trtfc Wlli.thftjw West in wiftrjlie IttRlELn spades. West win lisv« te rew a club find South tilt make his alafft. We»t i* 2 * Pm Pass You, South, hold: ' What do you do A—Bid two spides. Vou food support tot pafinef. redouble followed by a single false shows a hand almost sttong etiout h tot A jump. TODAVS You bid two spades. West bids three clubs ftttd your partner doubles. What do you do?' - Photo by Shipley Studio SHARON KAY FIELDING' Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hunter Fielding announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Kay, to Winston Byron Thomason, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Thomason, of Waldo. The bride-elect was graduated from Ouachita Baptist Uni- ty roses as attractive points of interest. High scorer was Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, and second high was a club guest, Mrs. Marie Hendrix. For refreshments a dessert plate and coffee were served to the 2 tables of players. HERITAGE CLUB MEETS The Heritage Bridge Club met on April 24 at the Heritage House with Mrs, R, P. Barlow as hostess. . Luncheon was served to club members and two guests, Mrs. Mildred Rogers and Mrs. W. C. Bramlett. When bridge was played in the afternoon at 3 tables, winners were: high, Mrs. H. C. Whitworth; second high, Mrs. W. E, White; consolation, Mrs. C. P. Tolleson; game, Mrs. Bramlett, Coming, Going R. C. Kennedy, a coach at East Texas Baptist College in Marshall, and his father, S. W. Kennedy, also of Marshall, visited Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Urrey recently. Mrs. Urrey is their sister and daughter, respectively. Mrs. Paul O'Rear, Texarkana, was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hickerson. On Sunday other visitors were Mrs. Mildred Marlar, Lewisville, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Poteet, Hooks, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Griffin and Stevie have returned to La Crosse, Wis., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Griffin and family. Tom is a Sociology Instructor in La Crosse. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McMurtrey and Debbie, Boutte, La., were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ha mm in Hope and Mr. and Mrs. Verner McMurtrey in Pat mo s and attended the funeral of Mrs. McMurtrey's grandfather, Mr. J. R. Steadman. Mrs, Herbert Stephens, Mrs. Jewel Moore, Jr., and Mrs. Ray Lawrence attended the Texas State P.E.O. convention in Texarkana Wednesday. versity, cum laude. She was employed In the North Little Rock School System. At present, she is attending the University of Arkansas on a language fellowship while working on her Master's Degree. Mr. Thomason is a graduate of Southern State College, Magnolia, and is now a student in the University of Arkansas School of Law. The wedding will be an event of July 5 in the First Baptist Church of Hope. School Case at Marvell Set May 3 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A hearing has been set for May 3 on amendments filed by the Marvell School Board to its desegregation plan to comply with a February 6- ruling by the U.S. ' Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis. The plan has been presented to U.S. District Judge Oren Harris of El Dorado, who said objections of Negro plaintiffs also would be considered at that time. The Circuit Court ruled that Marvell could continue its freedom of choice desegregation program but ordered the district to step up its faculty desegregation. It also called for revisions in sections of the plan dealing with bus transportation and notices to students to their right to transfer. The amendments to the plan included mandatory faculty desegregation by 1970 if "volunteers do not produce the degree of racial balance described satisfactory" in the amendment. 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