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Monday, May 6,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. nut cake, ice cream, and cokes to eight members, BRIDGE CLUB MEETS ...Calendar of Events '.': MONDAY, MAY e The Choir of the First Pres* byterian Church will practice -Monday, May 6 at 7 p.m. - There will be a meeting of the .Southwest Arkansas Dog Association Monday, May 6 at 7:30 p, m. at the Chuckwagon, Emmet. !:, The Ann Wollerman Circle of ,the First Baptist Church will meet Monday, May G at 7:30 p. m. with Circle 7 at the church for their Royal Service program. < TUESDAY, MAY 7 .,. The BFW Auxiliary Post 4511 , will meet Tuesday, May 7 at 7:30 p.m. There will be installation of new officers and a pot luck , supper. All members are urged to be present. ; 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 hostes- .ses, Mrs. Charlean Etter and Miss Mary Margaret Haynes. During a business session, officers for the new year will be 'installed. :: The WOC Council of the First Presbyterian Church will meet " Tuesday, May 7 at 10 a.m. in the Chapel. , The Hope Music Parents As- r sociation will meet Tuesday, May •7 at 7 p.m. at the Band Building. • 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 '/ at ; 12 noon. Tickets are $1.7 5 each. • For reservations call Mrs. Leon ' Davis PR7-4402, after 5:30 p.m. : . Reservations should be made by ' May3. r _ The VFW Auxiliary will meet • at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 7 -•'In the VFW Hut for a potluck supper and installation of officers. MAY PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALS (Your Choice of Type) Cuiv-Body-Curly $6.50 and up Diane's Beauty Salon 114 W. 2nd PR7-3118 TUESDAY, MAY 7 AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 Hope Girl Scout Day Camp registration will be held Tues* day, May 7 from 4 to 6 p.m« and Wednesday, May 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Girl Scout Little House in Fair Park. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 The John Cain Chapter, CAR, 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, The Hope Ladies' Golf Association will meet Wednesday, May 8 at the Hope Country Club for a sack lunch at noon and golf in the morning and afternoon. Please note the change in date for the meeting. THURSDAY, MAY 9 "May Days Are Pay Days" will be the theme for the Hope B & PW Club meeting on Thursday, May 9 at 7 p.m. at the Diamond. Webb Laseter of the Credit Bureau of Hempstead County will be the guest speaker, and special recognition of Music Week will also be given. Virginia Hosmer is chairman of arrangements, assisted by Evva Reynerson, Margaret Park, and Marjorie Rogers. EXTENSION HOMEMAKER'S CLUB MEETS The Perrytown Extension Homemaker's Club met Thursday night, May 2 in the home of Mrs. Vonda Moore. Mrs. D. D. Fairchild, President, called the meeting to order. The thought for the month was "If you can't have the best of everything, make the best of everything you have." Mrs. Vonda Moore brought the devotional and Mrs. Barbara Powell gave a very interesting lession on "Tender Loving Care of Furniture". Each one answered roll call with "A mistake I made in caring for my furniture". The door prize was won by Mrs. Wanda Campbell. An auction was held and enjoyed by everyone. The hostess served coco- BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD May, 1968 LAST MONTH'S SCORECARD Total Paid for Care of tfl .__ . f _ c _ Arkansas Members }l,4j X412.J/ Total Number of Payments For Care of Arkansas Members.. Largest Payment for One Arkansas Member's Care 18,626 $8,111.43 Mrs, C. P, Tolleson and M, M. McCloughan were high scorers when a local Friday Bridge Club mot May 3 in the home of Mrs. Dewey Camp, Ar« rangements of roses enhanced the setting. The hostess served cake and coffee for refreshments to the two tables of club mombefs. ROSE GARDEN CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS The installation of new officers highlighted the Rose Garden Club meeting Friday, May 3 at the Experiment Station Clubhouse. Next year the officers will be: president, Mrs, Ned Purtle; first vice*president, Mrs. Ed Alder* man; second vice-president, Mrs. J. S. Gibson; secretary, Mrs. Jim Andress; treasurer, Mrs, W. B. Mason; parliamentarian, Mrs. Charles Stone; historian, Mrs. H. 0. Kyler, Sr. For the program "Roadside Fantasies," colored sidesofwild flowers in Hempstead County photographed by Mr, and Mrs, Cecil Bittle, were shown by them. Mrs. Bittle, who was hostess for the meeting, served cake, nuts, and coffee to 12 members after the program, MUSIC CONVENTION Mrs. Arch Wylie and Mrs. B. C. Hyatt attended the 44th annual convention of the Arkansas Federation of Music Clubs in Jonesboro, Ark. Friday and Saturday. Meetings were held at Arkansas State University in the beautiful new Fine Arts Building and Reng Center. The ladies brought back three awards for their activities during Music Week 1967. One award went to the Friday Music Club, one to the Past Presidents Assembly and one to Mrs. Talbot Feild Jr. for her outstanding work as State Chairman of Music Week last year. They also received 100 per cent chart rating and several awards for the Parade of American Music, an annual event in February. Mrs. Hyatt also visited her son, Charles Hyatt and family while in Jonesboro. Wants to Rent Wife for 3 Months LONDON (AP) — Peter Fovargue wants to rent out.'his. wife-for three months as a housekeeper and companion. The price is 50 pounds—$120. "Christine is a bargain for anyone," said the 28-year-old crane driver. "I shall make out a proper receipt and it will all be legal and above board." Fovargue needs the money to pay a fine for shopbreaking and stealing cigarettes. He said he was selling—or renting- his wife for three months as a housekeeper and companion. "Anything is better than having Peter in jail," said Mrs. Fovargue, a 21-year-old brunette. People living inside the Vatican have their own flag, postage stamps, currency and passports, but no income tax. HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed fjy Offset Engagement Announced u BILLS GETTING BIGGER Each month we see more and more of what we used to call "big" bills coming through for the care of our members. But that's what we're for: to help pay for our members' hospital and doctor care. And one difference between us and insurance companies is this: Blue Cross hospital benefits are based on the treatment needed and not just a limited number of dollars. So when costs go up, your Blue Cross-Blue Shield membership becomes more valuable. Keep it. Keep it up. Keep it always! WELCOME NEW MEMBERS Our just completed "Open Enrollment" campaign produced more than 1-1,000 new members. Congratulations. You now have the best help available for paying hospital and doctor bills. BE SOMEONE! Exciting and challenging opportunities for ambitious young people are open now. Careers in the field of health care offer both prestige and an assured future. For information ask your hospital or write to Health Careers, Box 3381, Little Rock 72203. FORMULA FOR SUCCESS //«- didn't know it couldn't be done ... so hi- did it! VACATION TIP When you travel, take your Blue Cross- Blue Shield membership card with you. It is recognized and honored by more than 7,000 participating hospitals and over 200,000 member physicians throughout the free world. Blue Cross-Blue Shield protection is the best—and it goes with you, anywhere you go! Joe Crjwlord P 0 8o< 121 Mjgnoli*. Ark 71753 i'itMM- ll-rld ir.e Sh.rld. tin- l-ovt plj". dl'Oul Blue UOisBlllO k-r >idy.iuj hcvpiljl and Al-t DELAGENE BOYETTE Mr. and Mrs, Delma Boyette Brice Thomas Jr. and Mr. Her- of Nashville announce the engage- bert C. Byers, all of Hope, Arment and approaching marriage kansas. A of their daughter, Delagene, to planned. Ralph Earl Byers, son of Mrs. June wedding is HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel MORE DISILLUSIONED THAN TEMPTED Dear Helen: I know this sounds silly, but how do I get over it? We have been married 13 years and I have had no problems about unfaithfulness. But my husband just took a new job where he deals mostly with women. He has to go into their homes. He says it's nothing, but I keep thinking of all those females, and that maybe he'll find one who looks better than me. I keep wondering if it isn't more fun than work.—35 AND JEALOUS Dear 35: If you could make the rounds, just once, with your husband, I'm quite sure you'd agree his job is nothing to worry about. Housewives aren't all that glamorous—and those who are, usually aren't that eager.—H. Dear Helen: You used poor judgment and wicked taste when you printed "What is a Soldier?" These men are fighting and dying. You shouldn't make fun of them. That "Anonymous" person who wrote the article is probably some fat 4-F who hasn't got guts enough to protect his country!—S.F. Dear S.F.: "What Is a Sold- created much discussion and eon* slderable argument, 1 try to keep an open mind but, Helen, Is college the place to tell young ptbple they should "sleep around'* and, aS long as they're enjoying them 1 * selves, it's okay7*SHC€KET3 MOTHER Dear Mothers College is the place to hear all sides of aquas* tion—and, with college students, hearing isn't believing, unless they are already convinced* As your daughter said, the seminar created much discussion and ar* gument. It also presented other, less far*out»views—probably in the same speeches—but you heard Much less about them, Invited to speak on campus these days are champions of almost every religious, political and social doctrine in the world. If students aren't mature enough to sort and discard, they should* n't be in college.—H. Dear Helen: You're so right about the misplaced "wonderful" in describing a husband andchil* dren. 1 have a wonderful husband and two daughters who are also extra-special because their father is the best, and we all try to live up to his image. He has been more than a husband and father to us. He is our buddy, comedian, advisor, and best of all, my lover. He takes time out for all of us, never playing favorites. He always manages to come home happy. Sometimes we act like a bunch of nuts—wrestling, trying new dance steps with the girls and just kidding around, but we enjoy and appreciate each other. My man makes our daughters toe the mark, and they respect him for it. Yet he is soft at times, letting us girls have our way. What I'm trying to say is, when you give of your life, you get much love, happiness and Ttltvltlon cnrf Ratio eui ft fftftgWl ffflftt fsu&Kstetf s«ftf, »:___. Rafo»* t»Ms fflest §J AP TeIevisi6fi*RadleWftter NEW YORK ?AP) - TM was quite a salute faf Irving Berlin on his Sflth birthday San* day nifjhtt gd Sullivan 6pen§d his eg§ speck! tribute wiflt greetinp by President -fdhnson foltswed by pictures of the Statue of Liberty while Fred Warlng's chorus sang, And some 90 minutes later It concluded with Berlin himself singing his "God Bless Ameri« ca" with a ehortis of Camp Fire Girls and Girl and Boy Scouts, In between, Berlin songs performed by stars were packed into the show like olives In a bottle, There was Bing Crosby singing "White Christmas," Ethel Merman with "There's No Business like Show Business" and other show tunes that really belong to her, Robert Goulet and the Supremes sang more of the composer's great songs; Harry James played Berlin music, and Peter Gennaro and his group danced to it, It must have been a very, very difficult program to put together. There was, In the first place, so much material from which to choose. But over all, it did justice to Berlin's talents, and it also managed to keep die living room audience fascinat- success from a marriage.— FULFILLED Dear Fulfilled: Thanks for brightening my day! You know: If all the lucky ones—and some who think they aren't so lucky—would write letters like yours, then send them to their mates at least once a month, the home fires would never burn low.—H. Met* one df the most Interest turns was B? the Supremes Who spent several minutes with some special musical material which tas raally the names elf a bunch of weti*k!KOTR Berlin songs strung together. The production was neither very imaginative nor elegant, but the (SaHbet of the perfetifr ers and, above all, thefamiliarl" ty of the songs, turned it Mo something of a milestone, «u a* «ME "Man In a Suitcase" on AfiC Friday was the premier of a British-made action series that will be around for the next few months, The first episode was devoted to explaining how the hero, an ex-intelligence agent named McGill, is stuck with a reputation as a traitor to his country, the United States, It seems that he is but an unlucky pawn in the greater game of international espionage and —like all heroes in "running man" series from "Branded" to "The Fugitive"—he cannot clear his name. The lead is played by Richard Bradford who sounds American, wears bangs and whose acting: style has limited facets-he seems to be by turns surly and tough. "Man In a Suitcase" probably won't win any awards for ingenuity of plot or for acting, but it may help to while away some hot evenings, Second "Tea Party" Chestertown, Md., takes pride in the "tea party" held there in the spring of 1774 although this affair has never received the publicity given the Boston tea party held the year before. MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, May 12 On Her speeial DAY give Mother the thrill of a beautiful box of Pangburn's Western Style ('liocobt _». Choose from our exciting selection . . i^ilt packaged. l-lb.«2.35 2-lb. »4.50 Village Rexall Pharmacy Hop* Village Shopping Center "Coumsy, Quality, Service" WARD & SON DRUG CO. 124 E. Second Phone PH7-2292 ier?" was written by a fighting man in Vietnam, as a TRIBUTE, not a jibe. His good-natured kidding went over big with all his .buddies; his proud and loving wife sent it to me, with an added paragraph on the female point of view. Most readers enjoyed the humor, aware that bravery and sacrifice need a camouflage. But there were some, like you, who resented s/'anyone who thinks war is funny." "" """ " " : " "". '.""" ,',• I humbly submit: If you don't laugh about unfunny things, you end up crying a lot.—H. Dear Helen: Recently our local college conducted a seminar on sex. The faculty invited some of the farthest-out thinkers of our time to speak—a public relations man for a free-wheeling men's magazine; a psychologist who recommended pre-marital sex as a cure for "hang-ups," and implied a couple didn't even have to know or like each other very well to indulge; and finally a marriage counsellor who said adultery was sometimes the best thing for a marriage. There were other speakers too, whose approach was less startling, and therefore less publicized. Our daughter, who attended the lectures, was very enthusiastic. She said they DRESSES And SUITS ... .(. >.,. „-, -MS- •;; , i / , 11:, *. j , AJ .*- '^ r " DteftW^£i I. *^+* M-W ^Xjft. uton. 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