Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 3, 1968 · Page 2
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Friday, May 3,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Calendar of Events SUNDAY, MAY 5 The District 12 of the Ameri* can Legion will meet in Hope Sunday, May 5 at 2 p.m. in the Hempstead County Courthouse. All members are urged to attend. Open House in celebration of the Golden Weddinc Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Hairston will be held at their home Sunday, May 5 from 2 to 5 p.m. Hosts will be their son, J. C. Hairston. and erandson. Tommy Hairston, both of Dallas. All ^friends and relatives are cordially invited. • •MONDAY, MAY 6 All Circles of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, May 6 at 2 p.m. in the church. ...The Choir of the First Pres- .byterian Church will practice Monday, May G at 7 p.m. There will be a meeting of the Southwest Arkansas Dog Association Monday, May G at 7:30 p. m. at the Chuckwagon, Emmet. There will be a meeting of the Junior mothers of Hope High fechool in the Auditorium Monday, •May G at 3 p.m. '.'. The VVMS of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday, '.]May G at 11:30 a.m. for the bus- ;iness meeting followed by a covered dish luncheon at noon. The General Missionary program will be presented at 1 p.m. ' The Executive Council will meet at 11 a.m. The Ann Wollerman Circle of the First Baptist Church will •meet Monday, May G at 7:30 p. - m. witli Circle 7 at the church for their Royal Service program. f UESDAY, MAY 7 A luncheon honoring Dorothy Webb, President of the Arkan* sas Federation of Republican Wo* men, will be held at the Heri* tage House Tuesday, May 7 at 12 noon. Tickets are $1,7 5 each. For reservations call Mrs. Leon Davis PR74402, after 5:30 p.m. Reservations should be made by May 3. The WOC Council of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday, May 7 at 10 a.m. in the Chapel. The Hope Music Parents Association will meet Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. at the Band Building. Alpha 'Delta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, will meet Tuesday, May 7 at 4 p.m. in Washington at the Trimble Home. Members will tour the Garland House as guests of the hostesses, Mrs. Charlean Etter and Miss Mary Margaret Haynes. During a business session, officers for the new year will be installed. TUESDAY, MAY 7 AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 Hope Girl Scout Day Camp registration will be held Tuesday, May 7 from 4 to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, May 8 from 4 to G p.m. at the Girl Scout Little House in Fair Park. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 The John Cain Chapter, DAR, will have a luncheon meeting at the Heritage House Wednesday, May 8 at 12 noon. Hostesses: Mrs. 0. A. Graves, Mrs, J. K. Keesey. Mrs. C. M. Agee, Mrs. Roy Stephenson. Members are asked to call Mrs. Stephenson by noon Tuesday for reservations. Mrs. Arthur Wimmell, program chairman, will have "American Music" for the program. r DIXIE Drive-In Theatre ¥ I I Tonite Saturday-Sunday Adult Program Adm. 1.00 Uninhibited! Unforgettable! Unbelievable! See it all..., It's the Mondo Mansfield story ... in the jet-set capitals of the world! Ide WILD. WilS WORlSof TRAGEDY CHANGED THIS PICTURE'S ENDINGI DAVID B PUINAM«CHARLES W BROUN, JR • DICK~RANDA11- ARTHUR KNCHT- OWES ROSS [EASTMAN COLOR JWIDESCREEN j P||K U THE DOCTOR AND PLAY GIRL Saenger THEATRE Tonite 7:30 Sat. Mat. 1:15 Adm. .50-.90 PJ! is a hundred minutes of murders, brawls, broads, and sizzling action. HOP! (ARK) STAR, Pfiflttd 19 Offset Magnolia Students to Stage Play HELEN HELP US! by Helen Soiie! GEORGE PEPPARD is'PJ! GliEHUNNICUTT- RAYMOND BURR LATE SHOW SAT.-SUNDAY-MONOAY For every move.,, A COUNTER MOVE? For every A COUNTERATTACK! mum ran IHimiUfln SGHELIi GARDENIA CLUB MEETS AT EXPERIMENT STATION At the Southwest Branch Experiment Station, U of A, on Thursday, May 2 the Gardenia Garden Club had a luncheon at the clubhouse. On the mantle were yellow irises, and red roses and ivy decorated the serving tables. Fried chicken and an assortment of salads, vegetables, and desserts were served with iced tea and pink lemonade. Hostesses were Mrs. Steve Carrigan, Jr., Mrs. Donal Parker, Mrs. Hillman Koen, and Mrs. Ned Ray Purtle. Mrs. Carrigan offered the invocation before the meal was served to 20 members. After lunch, the president, Mrs. Purtle, called the meeting to order, and members answered the roll call by telling what they had learned in the garden club during the year. Mrs. Charles Carey reported on a Council meeting, which had stressed two programs to be held in May — the Litterbug Campaign and the Bloodmobile Drive. In an impressive ceremony Mrs. Jim James installed the new officers. Mrs. Lonnie Crow showed a colored film, "The Gardening Game," and a special guest, C. M. Bittle, showed slides he had made of wildflowers in Hempstead County. SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB MEETS The Senior Citizens'club regular meeting Thursday, May 2 in the W.O.W. Hall was opened with prayer by Mrs. Thelma Smith. The minutes were read and approved during the business session. Mrs. McCorkle won the door prize. Bingo was played and refreshments of coffee and cookies were served. Mrs. Dora Worthem read a poem followed by a dismissal prayer led by Mrs. Thelma Smith. The next meeting will be at the Youth Center May 16. SHOWER HONORS BRIDE-ELECT A shower for Miss Jennifer Smith, bride-elect of James W. Baker of Bodcaw, was given a shower in the home of Mrs. C. L. Roberts on Friday night, April 19. Hostesses were Mrs. Sarah Beggs, Mrs. Betty Parris, Mrs. Sybilla Parris, and Mrs. Christine Roberts. A corsage made with kitchen utensils was presented to the honoree. Among those present were the mothers of the bethrothed couple, Mrs. Archie Smith of Hope and Mrs. W. H. Baker of Bodcaw. Punch and cake was served to 35 guests. Miss Smith received many lovely gifts. Rehearing in Water Dfrf. Case Asked LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The state Supreme Court was asked Thursday to reconsider its decision to allow the Southwest Arkansas Water District to cross their land with a canal. Eugene B. Hale Jr. of Little Rock, attorney for a group of property owners, filed the request. Hale said previously that the water district built the canal simply to furnish water to a private firm. The water district said the canal was was built for "public use," The court lad ruled that if the canal ever ceased to be used lo\ the public benefit, it should be returned to the original property owners. Hale asked (lie court to put down the circumstances that would cause the land to be returned. The Hio Grande is the third longest river in the United States. Bonk Cards Distributed to 5,000 MAGNOLIA - Susan Cobb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, James Cobb of 402 South Fulton (left) will play the King in "The Sleeping Beauty of Loreland," to be presented by the Children's Theatre at Southern State Col- More than kansans will cards beginning according to the Bank. May 3, 1968, First National 4, at 7:30 p.m. Others of the cast shown are Cindy Davidson of El Dorado, kneeling; from Miss Cobb, Janie Merritt The initial issue of credit cards ^f^^ 0 ^^ Gathrlg ht will mark the beginning here of "i „, ^^ what is called the most wide- oniham^nd Pat spread credit-and-convenience JJ^JJJ ^ pat ^fi M ^ 6Ver l ° ^ made ^ admission wiU be 25 cents, available in the area. according to Miss Margaret Har"We look on this as toe be- iate Drof | ssor of ginning of a new era in Hope," who Clara Jones of of San Tex. Public is invited professor said Charles Sharpe, Jr., who ^-v-^« ^dlrert tte play, heads the bank's BankAmeri- card Department here. "Before many of the older national cards long, it will be possible to buy still confine themselves largely just about anything with your to travel and entertainment BankAmericard, without the risk needs, and are available only to of carrying large amounts of cash the highest income families, or the inconvenience of writing BankAmericard is leading the numerous checks." way toward a time when many of The first cards, he said, will us will be using credit cards for go to a selected list of residents most of our purchases. Cash and with good established credit rat- checks will become less and less ings. They may use their Bank- important to our daily spending Americard, he said, as a daily habits." convenience which will enable them to pay for all their purchases with a single check each month, or as a credit tool which will permit them to pay for purchases over alongperiodoftime. "Credit cards are coming of age," Mr. Sharpe said. "While" There's a low over Montana, the Bermuda high is revolving counterclockwise, it's 109 degrees in the usual place, but what the weatherman won't reveal is: Do we need to wear our rubbers today? YOUTH ASKED FOR If I this column Is fof young people, their problems and pleasures, their troubles and fun. As with the rest of Helen Help USl, it welcomes laughs but won't dodge a serious question with a brush-offi Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR It, cafe of Helen Help USl this newspaper, TO TELL THE TRUTH-WHfLE SLEEPING? Dear Helens When a person talks in his sleep, does he tell the truth? A nun 1 know has A wife who asks him a lot of questions just before he wakes up, gets him really talking, and then clobbers Mm because he's "dreaming of someone else." It's got so bad he says he's going to sleep elsewhere, to keep from getting punch-drunk. He accuses her of putting ideas into his subconscious mind, and she accuses him of everything else in the book. Who's right?- SUSPIClOUS Dear Sus: The "suspicious" wife is wrongl She should stay out of dreams that don't concern her —and the more fuss she makes, the more they WON'T concern her!— H Dear Helen: My husband goes out every night and drinks, among other things. When he gets homo around 4:00 a.m. he expects mo to wake up and fix supper. If I don't, he start throwing furniture and tearing the house apart. Will he eventually grow up? -WORRIED Dear Worried: Not unless you crack downl Tie a peanut butter sandwich to the doorknob, and don't answer his ring, — H Dear Helen: Who do you contact to have your baby adopted? My .oinband acid I live in the same house, but not in the same bed. We have three children, one seriously brain-damaged, and I mufjt spend most of my time with him, Now I am expecting, and I just can't face any more work or expense. We're trying to save for a divorce, but have too many bills. Could 'I enter the hospital without having my name printed in .the paper, : and jus t sign adoption papers without anyone knowing pipers without anyone knowing? Would H be too . tempt, evert if I kfiow Ifs fight tot the baby*» B.A» Deaf fii You couldft't expect to keep this soft 6f adoption secret in your sffilli town, flow"* ever, il you're truly convinced this is right for the baby, you should be prepared to face got* sip. Consult your doctor first, then takw your problem to the adoption division of the County Welfare Agency, 1 hope this of* ganization can find ;i better solu* tion for your family troubles. *=* M Dear Helen: I know there'll be plenty of protests against this letter, but 1 hope a few will agree, too. Why must so many wives be so possessive about their husband's sex drive? Time and again I read about wives distressed over a sexy neighbor or flirty secretary, a husband's bug-eyes at a good figure, or dirty pictures hidden away. Don't they know the best way to lose a maa is to hang on too tight? I'm ,1 wife aaJ -Bother with an average figure and face. My husband didn't marry mn tor my looks but for my character. I am able to understand that most men do not inhibit their natural desires. However, God bless 'em, most confine their actual relations to their wives, especially if the gals aren't suspicious or complaining, but instead - LOVING AND UNDERSTANDING Copyright, 1968, King Features Syndicate. Inc. The contract also iftclodes Inv proved pensions, vacations, hell- day and overtime pay, medical and life insurance, "The new fiell System patterns ate big~ine?gfy§8BseV' Beirne said. "To get all of this it took a strike," he said, "We are glad the agreements have teen reached with the cotfiffianicaftons Workers which should bring an end to the strike," said President Ben S. Gilraer of the American Tele* phone and Telegraph Co., parent firm of the Bell System. ''The Increased costs the set* tlements impose will inevitably have some effect on the rates our customers pay for services," Gilmer said. Coming, Going Suzanne Sommerville has re* turned to Galveston after a visit with Mrs. Sue Sommerville, Mrs, Jett Williams, and other relatives. Miss Somrnerviile is Director of the Audlology Department at the John Sealy Hospital in Galveston. Mrs. Bessie Butler of Shreveport is visiting her sister and brother, Miss Anna and Andrew Wagner. MAY PERMANENT WAVE ; •PICIALf (Your Choice of Type) Cwv-Body-Curly Mom«'« B«auty Salon 114 W. 2nd PR7-3118 THANKS To all of the Citizens of Hempstead County for your Faith and Confidence in me with the Democratic nomination for the office of Circuit Clerk. Your loyal support will be always remembered. I will endeavor to merit this confidence with Efficient and Friendly Service to All. My wife, Leona joins me in THANKS to you. Sincerely, Jim Cole Pol. 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