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April 29, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Monday, April 29,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Calendar of Events : MONDAY, APRIL 29 The Adult Choir of the First Presbyterian Church will practice Monday, April 29 at 1 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. .Guy Downing, and Mrs. Johnnie Green. The Bodcaw PTA will meet April 30 at 7:00 p.m. for the last meeting this year and a pot• luck supper. The girl scouts will present a Japanese Tea Ceremony which is a requirement for their Dramatic Merit Badge. There will be a meeting of the Hope Council of Garden Clubs in the home of Mrs. Chris Petre, -Tuesday, April 30 at 2 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 . The First Presbyterian . Church will have a Family Potluck 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 Christian Community Action Committee. We are especially anxious for all our women to attend. THURSDAY. MAY 2 Order of the Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Hall Thursday, May 2 at 8:00 p.m. STUDENTS PERFORM FOR MUSIC CLUB Two students from Ouachita Baptist University were guest performers at the Friday Music Club meeting April 26 in the home of >Mrsi..Talbot Feild, Jr. ' They were accompanied to Hope by their teacher, Miss Helen Lyon, who introduced them, after Mrs. Clarence Geist had en- Saenger THEATRE TONITE DORIS DAY ° F JosiE' She isn't the girl you thought you knew! /IteuoR HOUIRRD "B mflTTER OFinnpCEncE" A UNIVlRbAL REltASE in ftCHNICOLOR I couraged the members to take advantage of the musical books and records at the Mempstead County Library, Miss Frances Scott of Little Rock, soprano, and Bill Borland of Eudora, pianist, then performed. Miss Scott sang "How Beautiful Are the Feet" from "The Messiah" by Handel and "n est Doux, H est Bon" from "Hero- diade'" by Massenet, accompanied at the piano by Mr. Borland. He played two piano solos, "Re* flections on the Water" by Debussy and "Excursion" by Samuel Barber. In conclusion, Miss Scott sang "The Trees on the Mountain" by Carlisle Floyd, a number she performed the following night, April 2T at the Sertoma contest in Little Rock. Mrs. James McLarty, soprano, accompanied by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, pianist, sang "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice" from "Samson and Delilah" by Saint-Saens, and Mrs. Hyatt played the Prologue from "Pagliacci" by Leoncavello. After Mrs. W. A. Williams had given the history of the Hymn of the Month, "OCome and Mourn With Me Awhile," all joined in singing it. During the business meeting, the club president, Mrs. Sam W. Strong, welcomed two new members, Mrs. Joe Eason and Mrs. Ralph Emerson. For the nominating committee she appointed Mrs. James McLarty, Mrs. W. A e Williams, and Mrs. Jewel Moore, Jr. She announced the state convention would be in Jonesboro May 3 and 4 and urged as many as possible to attend. The president had a message about music which she gave before the program. As the members and guests arrived, Mrs. Feild and co-hostesses, Mrs. G. G. Medders and Mrs. H. A. Spraggins, served frosted lime punch, cookies, and nuts. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR KAREN COBB A miscellaneous shower for Miss Karen Cobb, bride-elect of Bobby Lynn Brittain of Little Rock, was given in the parlor of Galloway Hall, Hendrix College, Conway, on Sunday afternoon, April 21. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Eise and Miss Gail Wise of Little Rock, and Mrs. Johnie Honeycutt of Conway. A corsage of yellow daisies was presented to the honoroe and to the mothers of tho betrothed couple, Mrs. Victor H. Cobb of Hope and Mrs. George B. Brittain of Little Rock. Guests were registered by Miss Christy Bailey of Little Rock. Those calling between the appointed hours of 2 to 4 p.m. were served punch and cookies by two of the hostesses, Miss Wise and Mrs. Honeycutt. Miss Cobb received many lovely gifts, which were displayed on a table centered with a hugh white wedding bell. POLK- DAVIS VOWS EXCHANGED Mrs. Mary McRae Davis and John Polk Burgess were united in marriage in the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church on Friday night, April 26 with Dr. L. T. Lawrence officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. | and Mrs. Binford McRae, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Madge P. Burgess of Mena and the late John T. Burgess. Vows for the double-ring ceremony were exchanged before an arrangement of daisies and candles in seven-branched candelabra. Mrs. Bob Arnold of Arkadelpliia and Dr. Phillip Manus were the couple's only attendants, Bob Arnold of Arka- Who said you had no card sense? Just wait a few more days... you'll show em! Ill First National Bank Member FQIC OF HOPE Engagement Announced DONNA JEANNE KEITH HOPt (AW) STAR, Printed Uy Offs«t Coming, Going Mr, and Mrs, C, B, Russell and Charles, Dallas, were here over the weekend to see Mrs, Charles Kartell, a patient in ft loeal hospital, Mr, Kartell, and Mrs, Lois Russell, Mrs, Gaston Fulmer, Little Rock, is visiting her twin sis* ter, Mrs, Guy Card, and other relatives and friends, E, L. Archer, Jr. Is in Chlca* go for two weeks of Instruction at the Chicago Board of Trade, Mrs, G. B, Morris had a week* end visit in Dallas with a cousin, Mrs. Emma Chambers, and Mrs, K. E* Ambrose visited Mrs, Gladys B. Hamilton in Dallas at the same time, Mr, and Mrs, W. B, Ruggles had as weekend guests, Mr, and Mrs, Joe Irvln, Lucille Ruggles, and Jack Ruggles, all of Little Rock, and Mr, and Mrs. Truman Humphries of Shreveport. SCHOOL GETS TRIBAL ART CARBONDALE, III. (AP) — New Guinea tribal art believed brought to the United States about 1885 has been sold to Southern Illinois University for SI 1,000. The 500-piece collection was rediscovered about three years ago in an attic at Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. SIU officials at Carbondale said the collection may have been brought to this country by Lutheran missionaries .who visited New Guinea in 1885. DEATH IS from Page One you'll still get the same digits, although in different dftter, of course, Get out youf pencil and see, Rehabilitated: Should one ever- fly an airplane again after suffering a heart attack? tn some cases, yes, Some 2§0 prl* vate tt.S, pilots have been rels* sued licenses after recovering from such ailments and proving they have been symptonWree for two years. In Sweden, cap* tains of commercial airliners who have survived cardiac at* tacks may resume work, but only as copilots. Worth remembering; "The less a fellow knows, the more eager he is to prove it to any* body who will listen," History lesson: Pour U»S, presidents have been assassi* nated while in office, Attempts were also made to kill four oth* ers. Can you name those in this group? they were Andrew Jackson, Theodore Roosevelt, President-elect Franklin D, Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman, Folklore: A plaster made of oil, onions and rum will cure sciatica, You'll come into money if you cut your fingernails on Monday, but woe will follow if you do it on Friday. You'll have good luck all day if a yellow dog follows you. If a gossip is speaking ill of you, pinch your left ear and that will cause the gossip to bite her tongue. !n$agejTi.em Announced An event of May 25 will be the wedding of Miss Donna Jeanne Keitli and Mr. Delwin Wallace Reed. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Joyce Keith of Texarkana, and the late Phillip I. Keith of Hope, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Keith of Hope. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rans Reed of Mena, Ark. Miss Keith is a graduate of Bolton Higli School, Alexandria, La. and is a senior at Henderson State College with a major in home economics. Mr. Reed is a graduate of Acorn High School and is also a senior student at Henderson State College, majoring in accounting. The wedding ceremony will be performed by Dr. Leroy Hildreth at the First Baptist Church in Texarkana, Texas. SARAH AVELYN BAGLEY Rev. and Mrs, Roy 1. Bagley, and Mrs. H, M. Peterson, Bart- 3510 Westridge, Houston, Texas; lett, Tenn. formerly of Hope, announce the The couple plan a July 6 wed- engagement of their daughter, ding at the Bethany Methodist Sarah Avelyn to Clyde Peterson, Church in Houston. Houston. He is the son of Mr, delphia ushered. Families of the wedding couple and a few close friends were recieved in the home of Mrs. William Duckett after the ceremony. Those attending from out of town included Joe Burgess, brother of the groom, and Miss Melissa Benefield, both of Texarkana; Mrs. William Glover, Malvern; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tolleson, Kirby; Mr. and Mrs. Don Evans, Pine Bluff; Mrs. Jerry Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly White, Little Rock. Marimba's Origin Music experts say that the marimba is neither of American Indian nor of Spanish origin. Because it resembles the native African limba in tone and name, the accepted theory is that a Negro slave from Africa made the first one, using gourds as sounding boxes. C A L L1 N (1 for deserters, Kill Junes. 20. of (he I'nUed suites, tells a group in Stockholm, Sweden, that u new "interuutiimul deserters" organization, with himself as chairman, has established offices in Stockholm, 1'aris and Tokyo. Foster reads, "CIs are welcome in Kurope, but not us soldiers: As Deserters " OUR ALL-GIRL FASHIONS CASH ! CHARGE! LAYAWAY! SUMMER DRESS CARNIVAL OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 5:30 P.M.! 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