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April 30, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Tuesday, April 30,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Engagement Announced mi ^m rot, -Calendar of Events TUESDAY, APRtL 30 •'-'-'-The Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class will have a pot Mck party In the recreation room of the First Methodist Church Tuesday, April 30 at 1 p,m, Hostesses are Mrs, Ralph Montgomery, Mrs. Lynn Montgomery, Mrs. Tommy Montgomery, Mrs. G(fy Downing, and Mrs. Johnnie GPeen, " The Bodcaw PTA will meet April 30 at 7:00 p t m, for the last meeting this year and a potluck supper. The girl scouts will present a Japanese Tea Ceremony which is a requirement for their Dramatic Merit Badge. .:. 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 aim. in the home of Mrs. Re- ;-vis Edmonds. j FRIDAY, MAY 3 The ladies of WOC of the First Presbyterian Church are planning a May Fellowship Conference in the Church at 10 a. jn. for all Protestant and Catholic Women of Hope. A program 3j| 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. The Hope Men's Golf Association will meet at the Hope Country Club Thursday, May 2. A String Tournament will be played any time in the afternoon, and a catfish dinner prepared by Jamie Russell will be served at 8 p.m. Anyone interested in playing in the tournament is asked to contact Bill Reyenga at the Pro Shop. The Gardenia Garden Club will have a potluck luncheon at the Experiment Station Clubhouse on Thursday, May 2 beginning at 11:30 a.m. After lunch a film will be shown and new officers will be installed. FRIDAY, MAY 3 The Rose Garden Club will meet at the Experiment Station Clubhouse on Friday, May 3 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Cecil Bittle, hos« tess, will have a slide program, POTLUCK AND CARDS AT COUNTRY CLUB On Saturday evening, April 21 a potluck and cards enter* tainment was held at the Hope Country Club. On the mantle was an attractive arrangement of English dogwood, yellow Dutch irises, and daisies. Red roses centered the tables where fried chicken, other assorted dishes, and desserts were placed, In the evening, bridge was played at 6 tables and pitch at 2 tables. Bridge winners were: high, Mrs. Thompson Evans, Jr.; second, Mrs. E. E. Wassell; game, Mrs. L. L. Webb. Pitch winners were: Comer Boyett and J. B. Martin, Mrs. A. R. Trout and Royce Weisenberger. Hosts for the occasion were: Dr. and Mrs. Sam W. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Trout, and Mr. and Mrs. Royce Weisenberger. Radio By CYNfHIA LOWRY A P Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (A P) - the television networks, as usual about this time, are having some sec* ond thoughts about their fall schedules, ABC, for one, has decided to reprieve "N.Y.P.D." the police* action series shot mostly on lo* cation in New York. the half»hour program costar* ring Frank Converse and Rob* ert Hooks was canceled, but lat* er started to pick up some extra Nielsen steam when "It Takes a Thief" was placed in the Tuesday night schedules ahead of it. The pink slip has now been withdrawn, and the show will return to the same Tuesday night spot next Meanwhile, "Felony Squad," which squeaked through to a renewal for a third season will be moved to Friday night—and "Dream House," an audience participation show, will be dropped as evening entertainment although the daytime Version will continue. There may be some changes at CBS, too. Although the network originally decided to drop "He and She" after one season, its stars, Dick Benjamin and Paula Prentiss are still under option by the network, and the show may get another chance. "Felony Squad" whose 1 fate was in the balance for awhile, turned up with an episode Monday that seemed to have little an infant, but it seems to be oft loan. t»r, Rossi now has a yoting brother afbuftd and he looks like a bad 'tin, Betty Anderson, who test time- this viewer looked was married to Steven Cord, is now getting engaged to Rodney Harrington —but wasn't she married to him when the series began? Bob Thomas at the Movies I'm im MAR to Host Several Radio Personalities Haskell Jones, ffiaftafer 6f KXAK, incites the public te meet the personalities of the Arkansas Radifi Nefofork ift person Suftfay, May 5th from SsOO to Ss66p,m. at the Towft and Country festitt* rant. May is National f&dio Mouth to emphasize the role of erlcaft Sound, reception for {0 ta on hand to meet Don Corbett, «ho 1 am ^ 8 £5 a.m. and 12 20 .m. news on KXAR. not a do-gooder,'' sad i Gregory ^ u Peck with emphasis. It embar- h d rasses me to be classtfied js ft ^ ig humanitarian, 1* part in the activities interested in. mmonHnffnn and 1:00 The actor was commenting ; on ^ dQeg his receipt of he potion Picture h ' wlth - £ C a ^ d * I « SLr 1™ meterologist, and John Reader September. Award for humanitarian serv- who ^ ^ 4 . 0(J tt§ ice, While he felt honored, he sought to escape any do-good connotation. That Is an image he does not seek. Peck had just been in^' viewed on the set of his new Western, "The Stalking Moon," by an Argentine correspondent p.m. news. This is your . to meet these well voices in person and see what they look like. You may bring camera and autograph book if you wish. Tom Longfellow, Gen, Manager of the Arkansas Radio Network will also be -, i mm, - * „„ w» who asked him: "Why do so te many of your pictures have a Re | reshments w iu be served social message?" ft e will ^ gifts for the "I had to tell her," Peck re- ^ st 206 ladies who attend. KXAR ported afterward, "that of the J^tes you to ' " '" 40 pictures T *- J ~ ~" 1 " y *v, . — — i n irit es you lO uie nauiu wiuuui I have made, only lEece ^ Sunda y, May 5th from 'Gentleman's Agreement, To 3 . QO *J 0 g,0o p m . at the Town & Kill a Mockingbird' and possibly Co ntry res taurant in Hope. 'On the Beach' carried any kind " uu " ' of social message. The rest were Westerns, comodies, war pictures and straight adventure stories like 'The Guns of The Doukhobors are a religious sect in Canada. RELAXING, British actress Vanessa Redgrave sits with costar Franco Nero between takes of movie being filmed in Rome. Miss Redgrave, who recently led .a violent demonstration in London against the Vietnam war, said she was "amazed" by President Johnson's decision not to run for re-election. Flogging was abolished in the U.S. Army on Aug. 5, 1861. plot but plenty of violence. The Navarone. MAY PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALS Si., (Your Choice of Type) Curv-Body-Curly Diane'* Beauty Salon 114 W. 2nd PR7-3118 RECENT BRIDE HONORED Mrs. Richard Whitehurst Broach, a recent bride, was honored with a tea Saturday, April 27 in the Heritage House. Hostesses were Mrs. E. J. Whitman, Mrs. George Robison, Mrs. Harry Hawthorne, Mrs. Syd Me- Math, Mrs. George P. Newbern, Mrs. Emmett Thompson, Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, Mrs. R. T. White, Mrs. Kelly Bryant, and Mrs. Lyle Brown. Mrs. R. L. Broach introduced her new daughter, who wore a pink frock, adorned with a corsage of pink sweetheart roses and lilies of the valley. Beautiful arrangements of roses decorated the reception rooms. The diningtable was centered with a mixed arrangement of;* spring flowers. Punch ,and cbffe'e" were served with dainty sandwiches and choice tidbits to the 150 guests by Mrs. Dorsey McRae, Sr., Mrs. W. M. Duckett, CAROLYN ARNETT Mrs. Beulah Crider announce ed by Hunter Transfer and Stor- the engagement of her daughter, age in Texarkana. — - --• - "'"-- =- a 1963 gradute of High School.. He is Carolyn, to Billy Franklin Caver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caver of Queen City, Texas. Carolyn is the daughter of the late Sidney Arnett. Carolyn is a 1965 graduate of Emmet High School, and Anderson Business School of. Texarkana. She is presently employ- Mrs. W. H. Glover of Malyern, Mrs. Horace Stokes of Little Rock, and Mrs. Dorsey McRae, Jr. Mrs. A. C. Whitehurst was in Queen City employed by Southwestern Power and Electric Co. at Texarkana. The wedding willbesolemoniz- ed at the First Baptist Church at Emmet, June 1st, 7:30 p.m.. No invitations will be sent. All relatives and friends are invited. L. Mack, Mrs. Arvel Grubbs, and Mrs". Jerry Scott of Little Rock. Mrs. Hazel Jergens and Mrs. Morris Harrison of North Little Rock; Mrs. Dub Nors- charge of the guest book, and W0 rthy of Lonoke; Mrs. Victor Mrs. Dorsey McRae, HI of Hot Springs^ Miss Elise Broach, and Miss'Kathleen Broach'assisted the hostesses. ' ' Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Elwood Young, Mrs. Robert WATCH FOR VALUES LIKE THESE THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH. DOWNTOWN * DAY Free Parking In Downtown Hope All Day Wed. CHILDRENS SHOES • Black Patent • White Patent • Orange Patent • Yellow Patent Values To $9.99 4 00 Sizes 5/2 To 3 GIRLS FLATS Value To $9.00 Purdue of Shreveport; Miss Beryl Henry of Benton; Mrs. Thomas' Carter 6f~Vicksburg, Miss.; Mrs. William H. Etter of Washington; and Mrs. Jett Black of Ai-kadelphia. The new bride and her husband are making their home in Jonesboro. Births Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chandler, Bridgeport, Tex., announce the birth of their second daughter or Sunday, April 28 at Harris Hospital in Ft. Worth. She weighed 1 pounds, &k ounces and has been named Sharon Ellen. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Whitten of Hope and Mr, and Mrs. C, T. Chandler of Ft. Worth. Great-grandparents of Hope are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Whitten and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nusko. Coming, Going Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Watkins, Mrs. W. E. McFarland, and 20 members of the MYF went to De- Queen Sunday afternoon for a District MYF meeting. Richard Roberts, Calvert, Tex., was the overnight guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Gus Hie- kerson and also visited the Charles William Gilbert family. Mr. F. C. Crow, Mrs. W. E. Trotter, and Mrs. F. M. Horton attended the state P.E.O. Convention in Ft. Smith this past weekend. Dr, and Mrs. Crow then visited theNeil Crow family in Ft, Smith. Robin Chandler, Bridgeport, 1 Tex., is visiting her grandpar- y ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Whitten. show opened with the detective hero viciously slugging his young partner to persuade the bad guys that he was unhappy and quitting the force. From that moment on the show consisted of a series of fist fights and gun-slinging. It wound up with one heavy being shot, another run over by a train and a third beaten senseless. "Peyton Place," on ABC is one series that will notbe rerunning old episodes during the summer season, but the viewer who plans to include its Monday and Thursday night episodes in his schedule is advised to give himself two or three weeks to understand what all the suffering is about. If one has been inattentive for a short period, it is difficult to pick up all the tangled threads. For instance, there's a nice young'MinlSter in town, and he has an alcoholic wife. Constance and Eliot Carson have acquired Despite his disclaimers, Peck in recent years has devoted an uncommon amount of time and energy to causes for which he feels concern. Among them: The Motion Picture Relief Fund. He has been chairman of the drive to raise $15 million in 15 years to support the industry's ill and aged. Six million has been collected in the first two years. The American Cancer Society. Two years ago he was chairman of the annual fund drive and spent four months touring 28 cities to raise $50 million. The National Endowment for the Arts. Peck served a two- year term on the committee aimed at spreading culture through the nation. The Inner City Repertory Theater. He has been a guiding . force in, the Los* Angelesasi|g^ "company -which-'offers- 'excellent productions to school children and adult patrons. j Saenger 1 THEATRE Tonite Wednesday-Thurs. Opens 7:15-Starts 7:30 She isn't the girl you thought you knew! Down Town Hope VALUE DAY Half Price DRESS SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY MAY 1st All Spring Styles, Fabrics, Colors,.Dresses to wear Now And All Summer Sizes 8 to 20 Jr. Sizes 5 to 15 Petite 3 to 13 Half Sizes 12'/i to 24'/i All On Sale |/ 2 Green SPECIAL- F1UST QUALITY Seamless Hose • $100 1 BAR B S By PHIL PASTORET For most of us, by the time we get to ride in a custom- built auto we're too sick to enjoy the ambulance trip. The difference between a lomj-play record and same of our co-workers is that yon can chanye the tune — or shut the record off. Try, just once, to put the television set over your face WE HAVE PLENTY OF DRESSES IN THIS SALE. BAD WEATHER HAS LEFT US WITH A HEAVY STOCK. COME TO THIS SALE AND SAVE. Spring Suits ON SAW: 1 Y2 Price FOR ALL SUMMER WEAR taking a nap in the sun. uui you'll appreciate your newspaper more than ever. Free Parking All Day Wednesday! First Wed. In Each Month!

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