Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 10, 1968 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, May 10, 1968
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Friday, May ID, 1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Engagement Announced .' Calendar of Events ; FRIDAY, MAY 10 . The VFW Club will meet FrU day night, May 10 at 7:30, It will ..be a business meeting and the election of officers, All mem* .bers are urged to attend, SATURDAY, MAY 11 A potluck supper and game .night will be held at the Hope ;' Country Club Saturday, May 11 at 7 p.m. Host couples are Mr. and Mrs.: Guy Grigg, Homer Beyerley, and K, G. Hamilton. '.' MONDAY, MAY 13 Wesleyan Service Guild No, 1 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, :-May 13 in the home of Mrs. ••B. N. Holt. This will be the ..annual Pledge Service, and all ..members are asked to be present, The Adult Choir of the First : Presbyterian Church will meet .Monday, May 13 at 7 p.m. The Builder's Sunday School ;;Class, First Baptist Church will .have their regular monthly meeting, Monday evening, May 13 at 7:30 in the home of Mrs, Ned Purtle with Mrs. Jack Fountain, ..co-hostess, All members and as- 'sociate members are asked to at- .tend, . WSCS Circles of the First 'Methodist Church will meet Monday May 13 as follows: Circle No. 1 in the home of ' Mrs. Geo. Wright at 2:30 p.m. ^ Co-hostess, Mrs. David Waddle. Circle No. 2 in the home of Mrs. Leland Wormack at 2 p.m. Circle No. 3 in the home of Mrs. Ralph Smith at 2 p.m. Co- hostess Mrs. Frank Walters. Circle No. 4 in the home of Mrs. J. C. Burke at 2 p.m. Please meet at church at 1:30 to go to DeAnn. Circle No. 5 in the home of Mrs. Kinard Young at 7:30 p.m. The Teen-Age Republicans will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 13 in the home of Mrs. Ralph Emerson, 1509 South Main. The Juniors and Intermediates will have a progressive dinner on Monday afternoon at 5:30p.m. Each organization will meet for appetizers, salads, and the main course in: the- homes 'assigned. AirtTAs"wtirihen meet"inlfie" Fellowship of the church at 7:00 o'clock when the ladies of the Woman's Missionary Society will serve dessert to the girls. TUESDAY, MAY 14 The Circles of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tues- day May 14 as follows: : ~ Circle No* 1 at 10 a.m. in the : Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Lex Helms Chairman. Circle No. 2 at 10 a.m. in the Senior Room. Mrs. Marion Holder, Chairman. : Circle No. 3 at 10 a.m. at : Mrs. C. C. Lewis. Mrs. G. B. 1 Hughes, Chairman. ' • Circle No. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in : the home of Miss Garanflo and Mrs. Mildred Rogers. Miss Edith Garanflo, Chairman. Circle No. 5 at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. McRae Andrews. Mrs. W. E. White, Chairman. Beryl 'Henry Elementary School PTA will meet Tuesday, May 14 at 3:30 p.m, in the school cafetorium, Please note the change of date, School will be dis» missed at 3:15 p.m,, The speaker will be Charles Gough, Director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Hope. His topic will be, "The Need For Supervised Com' munity Recreation," Mrs, Hollis Moses will install the new officers. The Fifth and Sixth grade will sing, Refreshments will be served, Babysitters will be avail* able, Chapter AE, P.E.O., will have a luncheon at 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 14 in the home of Mrs, C, Lynn Harris. The WOC Council of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the chapel, The Hope Iris Club will meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday t May 14 in the home of Mrs, A. A. Albritton. (Note the change in location.) Members are asked to bring an arrangement of wild flowers without any conservation material being used. The Ruth Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will have a potluck Supper Tuesday May 14, at 7 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. Husbands will be guests. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dub Davis and Mrs. R. M, Jones, Members and associate members are urged to attend. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 The Hope Junior Auxiliary will have a luncheon at the Heritage House at 12 noon Wednesday, May 15. If members can NOT go, they are asked to call PR7-5231 by noon Saturday, May 11. The GA Coronation will be held in our church auditorium on Wednesday, May 15, at 7:15 p.m. The GA's will be recognized at this time for the work they have completed in Forward Steps. The requirements for each step include Bible study, missionary reading, research, handwork, and missionary service. We are pleased to announce that Mrs. S. A. Whitlow will present the charges and awards to the GA's. There will be more than 60 who will participate .in the.ser- "vice this 'year. We'commbnd the GA's and their leaders for the very fine work they are doing in these organizations. Rehearsal for Queens and attendants - Mon., May 13, 4 p.m. Rehearsal for all GA's - Wed., May 15, 4 p.m. Individual pictures will be made at 6:45 p.m. Wed. Group picture will be made at 7:00 p.m. Wed. All girls are urged to be prompt and be in assigned places at 7 o'clock. THURSDAY, MAY 16 The Newcomers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16 in the home of Mrs. John Treat wtth Mrs. J. C. Collins, co-hostess. A program on flower arranging is planned, and anyone who has moved to Hope within the last two years is invited. The regular monthly bridge luncheon of the Hope Country Club will be Thursday, May HOPE (ARK) Sf II Pffitrt Err Offsif BftOOKWOOB Pf A HOLDS LAST MEETING the Brookwood PTA had their last meeting of the year Wednes* day, May 8 In the school audi* tofitifn, One of the highlights of the program was a song recital by the sixth grade, Mfs, J, V, Moore, Jr, directed them in sev* eral songs and Mrs, B, C, Hyatt accompanied them at the piano. In opening the business portion of the meeting, the president, Mrs, George Fraaief called on Mfs, W, C, Bramlett, who gave a devotional oft happiness, Several announcements were made and regular items of business were attended to, Mrs, Henry Burke made the Annual Life Membership pin presentation, This year the honor went to Mrs. Royce Wetsenber* ger, third grade teacher, who has been at Brookwood School for 16 years. An impressive installation ceremony for 19684969 officers of Brookwood PTA was conducted by Mrs, George Fmier, She also gave a gift from the PTA to the school staff, Cookies and punch were served by the hospitality committee at the close of the meeting. DEBORAH SS CLASS MEETS The Deborah Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday evening, May 7 in der by the president, Mrs, Ed Thrash with opening prayer by Mrst Clyde OsfefMt After a short business session Mrs, W, T, Babef brought a very inspiring devotional, During the social hour, thehos* tess served a delicious dessert plate with coffee, HONORED WITH Bffif HDAY PARTY Little Jae Ftenae Frazier was honored with a birthday party Sat* urday at Fair JPark to celebrate her second birthday anniversary. Her mother, Mrs, Penny Frass* ier, served refreshments of pret* ty pink cup cakes with ice cream to Jae Renae's guests, Joseph Lynn F rasler, Terri Tippltt, Charles Harris, Gena Renee Holt, Gena Renee Kldd, Tambra Cornelius, Lelie Cornelius, Ste« ven Craig, Galyn Calhoun, Terry Grant, and Tammy Richardson, Experimental Courses Planned EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - An experimental mlnicollege will be available this Saturday for mothers visiting sons and daughters at the University of Oregon, Six experimental courses will be offered. The mothers may sign up for as many as three of these subjects: Black Power and Urban The New Music; Viet- Engagement Announced!,., PATRICIA ANN GOODWIN Mr. and Mrs. Autry B. Good- ders, Arizona. Mr. Smith is a win, of Hope, announce the en- graduate of Sanders High School, gagement and approaching mar- Sanders, Arizona and is employ- riage of their daughter, Patricia ed as credit manager for the Ann, to William Barton Smith, Firestone Store in Gallup, New son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Mexico. Smith, Jr., of Cedaredge, Col- The wedding will be an event orado. Miss Goodwin is a graduate 11 of Hope High School and Bethany Nazarene College, Bethany, Oklahoma. She is presently teaching home economics in San- of Sunday afternoon, June 9, in the Church of the Nazarene in Hope. No cards will be sent. All friends and relatives are invited. the home of Mrs. Lee Ray with Caste "and" 1 'Race; ^eminaf in members and 1 visitor Drug Use, and Contemporary fhl ^ a ^ in „ ^. Perspectives on Violence and The meeting was called to or- Nonviolence. HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel 16 at 12:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Joe Watkins, Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, and Mrs. W. M. McWilliams. AMERICAN MUSIC, IS THEME OF MEETING "American Music" was the theme of the program at the John Cain Chapter, DAR, luncheon meeting Wednesday, May 8 at the Heritage House. Mrs. Arthur Wimmell, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Haskell Jones who sang 3 selections from Brpa^way productions^ < ThejTwefe "Wuriderbar" from "Kiss Me Kate," "I Loved You Once in Silence" from "Game- lot," and "Happy Time" from "South Pacific." Mrs. Wimmell accompanied at the piano. She, then, presented Miss Nancy Ross, 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, A.L. Ross of McCaskill and piano pupil of Mrs. Ester Mills Wood of Texarkana. The talented youngster played "Autumn Leaves" by Iris Brussels and "Concert Variations in the style of Passagalia" by Mark Nevin. Local Regent, Mrs. Paul Klipsch, reported on the National DAR Congress in Washington, D.C., which was held April 1519 and had 3 representatives from the John Cain Chapter in attendance, Mrs. Klipsch, Mrs, Richards Howard, and Mrs. Dear Helen: Last night a young man came to our fine home. We had never met him before. He said he would like to talk to me and my wife about our daughter, whom we've always considered a nice girl. Well, all I can say, it's a helluva world when a 19-year- old boy comes to you and tells home of Mrs. Janet Spencer at y° u that y° ur daughter is preg- Bodcaw Wednesday, May 1. Hos- nant i wnen y° u don>t even ^^ tesses were Mrs. Marie Allen, V° ur new son-in-law-to be's Mrs. Marie Tye, Mrs. Erlene name!-UNACQUAINTED SHOWER HONORS BRIDE-ELECT A shower honoring Jennifer Smith, bride of James W. Baker of Bodcaw, was given in the again have that other man I loved so much. Any advice for this trusting fool?- DREAMER Dear Dreamer: Take your pride and broken dreams to a marriage counsellor, and ask your husband to come along. You may discover there has been "injustice" on both sides, and "understanidng" is the cure. H — Photo by Shipley Studios BETTY JO POWERS : : Mr. and Mrs. Porter Powers Mr, Clark attended Blevins announce the engagement of their High School and is employed by daughter, Betty Jo, to James the Arkansas Highway Dept. Clark, son of Mrs. G. C. Clark and the late Mrs. G. C. Clark, DeAnn. The bride-elect is a graduate of Gainsville, Texas High School and has attended Tyler Junior College and Texas Women's Uni- veristy in Denton, Texas. She is The wedding will be an event of the latter part of May. presently employed at the Hempstead County Memorial Hospital. MAY PERMANENT WAVE SPfCIAL* (Your Choice of Type) Curv-Body-Curiy $6.50 and up Man*'* B«auty Salon 114 W. 2nd PR7-3118 Saenger THEATRE Tonite-Saturday Tonite 7:30 Sat. Mat. 1:15 KONGA Show Sat. Sunday-Monday Its as Wild as her hai Did you hear , the one about Saleslady W HJ-^IHE 2rr »:> Z A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR " ^JWUfWMI******************* Mrs. Ernest Graham assisted with a tea at the Governor's mansion Tuesday, observing Arkansas Extension Homemaker Week. as District Director for the State Extension Homemaker Council and was one of the hos- C. B. Voss of Fulton. Mrs, J? ssues for ^group of some 1,000 Klipsch explained the change in E - H - members touring the man some of the by-laws and the adoption of 14 new resolutions. In addition to the performers, ^^ Ga rrett, granddaughter of two other guests were Mrs Mrs< Jaraes > have returned from Frank King and Mrs. Mark J. Ardmore, Okla. where they visit- Nash of Killeen, Tex., and 13 ed Mr - and Mrs - Tom Jobe **& members attended. Hostesses sons » Mitch » Mike and Mark< were Mrs. 0. A. Graves, Mrs. J. K. Keesey, Mrs. C. M, Agee, Mrs, T. S. McDavitt came and Mrs, Roy Stephenson, home this week from a visit in Washington, D. C., with Col. and Fish drink. Ml<St James c - Cross, Dear Un: And all I can say, it's a helluva family life when a daughter hides the boy from her parents until they are darn near grandparents! At least the young man has honorable intentions. So take it from there! — H Dear Helen: You said a wife leaves tough decisions on child management to her husband so that he'd feel like the head of the household, and SHE wouldn't get the blame for being the abominable "no" woman. But how about us fathers? My wife always passes the buck. When she doesn't want the kids to do certain things, she says, "Ask your father," knowing I'll veto them. So I'm the big ogre, and she's the sweet mother who would like to say "yes," but "Your father's the boss." It comes down to this in our family. When they return from a trip, the children greet their Mrs. Graham is serving mother with lavish hugs and kis- - • -- • ses. I get a distant hand-shake. Butler, Mrs. AleneGre sham, and Mrs. Janet Spencer. A corsage made of white daises, trimmed with blue net and small colored butterflies was presented to the honoree. The mothers of the couple, Mrs. Ar^ chie Smith of Hope and Mrs.'Wv H. Baker of Bodcaw, were pres- ; ented corsages of pink carnations. Among those present were Mrs. Josie Baker, grandmother of the groom. The table WHS decorated with a center piece of spring flowers and yellow candles. Punch and cookies were served to the guests. Miss Smith received many lovely gifts. Coming, Going sion. Mr. and Mrs, Fay James and DIXIE Drive-In Theatre Tonite Saturday-Sunday Showtime At Dusk Quiller is not just another spy and The Quiller Memorandum is not just another spy story. when you've got it made,, ts- thet, Mcmoia 6H SEW UK 61 tux VON sum sit HlmeJ in the way-way-way out West, in the land of glutes and pects where (he boys and girls are really surfing it up! They call me "Sir," and try to avoid me, but they confide in and extravagantly love my wife. Wouldn't it be better if mother would say, "I vote 'No' on this proposition, but talk it over with your father."? I'm nothing but a hatchet man in our family, and I'm sick and tired of being the - BIG "NO" Dear No: A wife who turns her husband into an all-out hatchet man deserves a husband who passes the axe right back to her. Try saying "Yes" a few times and see how fast she lowers the boom, — H Dear Helen: We are living at a temporary address, so our mail is sent to the home of my husband's parents. My husband is in the Navy Reserves. His mother is so afraid he is going to get a letter calling him to active duty that she opens all his mail. This bothers me a great deal, I don't open mail that isn't addressed to me, and I don't think she should either. Should I say something to her in a nice way? - BOTHERED Dear Bothered: It probably wouldn't help, and it might start a feud, If this really bothers you, why not rent a post office box?— H, Dear Helen: For ten years my husband was a good, decent man, but only in my fantasy. That's why I closed my ears to nasty rumors and my eyes to facts. It was my imagination that kept him honest and true, shattered, too, Having pride that just won't quit, I asked him to leave. He hollers, "injustice." He says he's a good father, a good" provider, I answer, "Yes," but I'll trade my furs, my diamonds, even my comfortable home for a one - room hut If I could once EMOST :^- ; ,U; ;-.- -,•_,•;,' >;';,:-j,'t (:Z ,-, J :- | t-iTv'} Ti *<i3 FOR 34 YEARS Since the beginning 34 years ago, Hope Federal has continually paid its savers the highest dividend rate in this area. Now in its 35th year, Hope Federal continues to set the pace. Compare for yourself. Save where you get the Most! Every account at Hope Federal is insured to $15,000. Save by the 10th, earn from the first! 4.75 Current Rates On all Passbook Savings Accounts and Regular Certificates A Plus Factor when passbook ^^4fe^ Hf " rius I A 8OA % Savings Accounts are left 9 ****** /» One Yea 5.00% On One-Year Savings Certificates of $10,000 and Above 209 SOUTH MAIN ST. Savings Insured Up T© $15.000,00

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