Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 13, 1968 · Page 2
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•Mwdiy, May 13,1968 SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Calendar of Events . MONDAY, MAY is : Wesleyan Service Guild No, 1 -will meet at 1:30 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 associate members are asked to attend. 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, All GAs will then meet in the 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 Hold- ticipated in the tournament at Springhill were Mrs, Eromett Wassell, Mrs. Henry Seamans, Mrs, L. L, Webb, Mrs. Jim Pruden, Mfs, Dick Watkffls, all 0 4 0 , . of Hope, and Mrs, Albert Bray, Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mfg| w ' aU6f W!lft>ftf Mrgi John May 14, at 7 p.m. in Fellowship Beatty, all of Lewtsville. Hall, Husbands will be guests, Hostesses will be Mrs, Dub Davis and Mrs. R, M, Jones. Members and associate menr bers are urged to attend. HOPE (AM) STAR, Prifitttfl* Offeit Greets Newcomers WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 BRIDAL SHOWER FOR BRtbE»ELECT Miss Linda Huckabee, bride* elect of Jakie Dewel Honea of Prescott, was honored with a bridal shower Thursday, May 9 ,„ at the Heritage House. Hostesses The Hope Junior Auxiliary will were Mrs. Jack Butler, Mrs, A. have a luncheon at the Heritage Ri Trout Mrs. HulanWhite, Mrs, House at 12 noon Wednesday, May Aubrey Collier, Jr., Mrs, Bob 15, If members can NOT go. j ackson M( j Mrs, George Garthey are asked to call PR7-5231 rettj by noon Saturday, May 11. The honoree was attired in a pink voile print with a white daisy corsage. Her mother, Mrs, Sam Huckabee, had a corsage of green daisies. The future bride's chosen colors, green and white, centered the serving table with an arrangement of daisies, There, cake and nuts, coffee and punch were placed, and the hostesses performed the dining room courtesies. Miss Huckabee received many lovely gifts which were displayed. About 20 attended the party. 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 service this year, We commend 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. home of Rehearsal for all GA's - Wed,, Shiver. May 15, 4 p.m, Individual pictures will be made at 6:45 p.m. Wed. Group picture will be made at 7iOO 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 with Coming, Going Maj. and Mrs. Jay Buechley and family, en route to Tucson, Ariz,, from Jacksonville, Ark., were Saturday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mrs. Taylor Stuart is coming home today (Monday) fro ma visit in Hollywood, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Graham. Mrs. Ross Copeland, Mary and Bob spent the weekend in Little Rock with the John Honea family. er, Chairman. Mrs. J. C. Collins, co-hostess. A Circle No. 3 at 10 a.m. at program on flower arranging is Mrs. C. C. Lewis. Mrs. G. B. planned, and anyone who has mov- Hughes, Chairman. ed to Hope within the last two Circle No. 4 at 7:30 p.m. in years is invited, the home of Miss Garanflo and The regular monthly bridge luncheon of the Hope Coun- — Hope Star photo All newcomers to Hope are officially greeted by Mrs. Roy Chatham, hostess for Newcomers Greeting Service. Besides being neighborly she brings valuable gifts that helps new residents get started. Businessmen are urged to contact Mrs. Chatham at her home about the personal contact service. Current Best Sellers (Compiled by Publishers' Weekly) FICTION HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel YOUTH ASKED FOR IT! 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 u The'speaker z will be Charles Gough, Director I 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 offl- : . cers. 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. I 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, May 14 ;in the home of Mrs. A. A. Al- .britton. (Note the change in lo- "cation.) Members are asked to ibring an arrangement of wild flowers without any conservation immaterial being used. - The Ruth Sunday School ClasS : of the First Baptist Church will . have a potluck Supper Tuesday and 37, from an over-possessive This column is for young peo- mother? The boys are my cousins pie, thsir problems and pleas- but I have not seen them for ten try Club will be Thursday, May ures, their troubles and fun. As years. They never leave the 16 at 12:30 p.m. with the rest of Helen Help Us!, house. One is supposed to have a Hostesses are Mrs. Joe Wat- it welcomes laughs but won't physical ailment which keeps him kins, Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, and dodge a serious question with a from working, and jhe other a Mrs. W. M. McWilliams. brush off. Send your teenage questions to YOUTH ASKED FOR IT, care of Helen Help Us I this newspaper. HER DISCIPLINE:TOO UTTLE, SATURDAY, MAY 18 The Hempstead County Republican Women will hold a Bake Sale Saturday, May 18 in front of West- TOO'LATE Department Store in the Village Dear Helen: I'm sitting"inmyl3- Shopping Center from 9a.m. until 1 p.m. or until all is sold. GET THE MOST WHEN IT COMES TO SAVINGS 4.75% ON PASSBOOK ACCOUNTS 5.00% On 1-Year Savings CERTIFICATES OF $10,000 and Above HOPE FEDERAL Savings & Loan Ass'n 209 South Main Every Account Insured to $15,000 Notice The Faith Sunday School of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday May 13, in the home of Mrs. W. C. Bramlett at 7:30. Mrs. Frank Frasher will be co-hostess. The meeting was to be at the home of Mrs. E. A. Alderman, and was changed due to her illness. The Daffodil Garden Club Luncheon previously scheduled for May 16 has been postponed until May 23 at 12 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jack Garner. GOLF GROUP MEETS This past week was quite busy for the Hope Ladies Golf Association. A meeting was held at the Hope Country Club on Wednesday, May 8, and Mrs. Art Trout was hostess when a sack lunch was served at noon. In the afternoon the first matches of the Ladies Golf Association Championship were played. On Thursday, May 9, 11 members went to Springhill, La., for an 18-hole Invitational Tournament. Mrs. Trout was closest to the cup in the Hole - in - One contest. Making Low Gross in the 2nd flight was Mrs. Earl Lockett, and Low Net in the 3rd flight was Mrs. Cecil Delaney. Other members of the Hope Ladles Golf Association who par- year-old daughter's room. Iwant to describe it to you. Her shoes are on the dresser, her school clothes hang over the door, her slip is on the floor. Magazines are thrown everywhere. Crumpled-up paper, the same. Dirty clothes shoved under the bed; well-chewed gum stuck on the bedposts. Thebedunmade; dust everywhere. Perhaps all kids this age are slobs, so I try to be patient. But when I ask her to clean up, she sasses back. She even took up smoking and tells me to clean up the ashes she drops. Helen, child psychology books say she too old for a spanking* Reasoning doesn't help. Am I terible to consider — REACHING FOR THE PADDLE? Dear Reaching: Don't just reach-USE that paddlel-H. Saenger THEATRE 7:15 Tonite 7:15 Did you hear the one about The Traveling Saleslady? ****** Starts Tuesday Bke Sommer in "THE WICKED DREAMS OF PAULA SHULTS" Dear Helen: In your column recently, "M.K." draws a profile of her mother who has a very tragic drinking problem. You indicated that an alcoholic can't be helped until she admits she needs it, and suggested that the girl get her mother to a doctor the next time she is sick from a hangover, so that, hopefully, he will make her face and accept treatment. May I refer you to our National Council on Alcoholism, 2 East 103rd Street, New York, N.Y., 10029, or to the local affiliate, who will supply information and hope to "M.K.?" I feel your response may have been unnecessarily pessimistic. Formerly, it was thought that the alcoholic had to "hit bot. torn" on his own, We now know that help can be given through " constructive coercion" and " creating a crisis," While it is true that the most effective treatment for the disease of alcoholism is realized when the patient is acceptant, it is also true that positive response can often be achieved when initial treatment cannot be classed as voluntary. I also feel that a referral to Al-Anon or Alateen would be help, ful. The national address of these groups is P.O. Box 182, Madison Square Station, New York, N.Y., 10010. Information concerning local meetings may be had by calling Alcholics Anonymous, listed in the telephone book.— DOROTHY GRIFFIN,DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC INFORMATION, CHICAGO COUNCIL ONALCO- HOLISM Dear Helen: Can any thing be done to "free" two "boys," ages 35 nervous condition. Though both were well educated. The mother works for them, washes, cooks, cleans shops for them, takes their clothes to the cleaners. She does everythingtyit digest their food for them. ' The boys' father walked out on the family when they were very young. The mother felt deep resentment at the other woman. She brought her sons up to think marriage was a trap and all women are evil. Any attempt to change this situation was met with a tirade, and so the family gradually left these strange people alone. But I'm wondering what will happen to her "boys" when they are freed by her death? Is there any hope that she may change her views?— P.C. Dear P.: I doubt that anyone can change your aunt's views at this late date, and I question whether the "boys" could take "freedom," for it's quite apparent they ar on their own. Perhaps their mother is more protective than possessive. Why don't you family members make a visit and find out the true situation? Seems to me your interest is about ten years overdue.-H. "Airport," Hailey "Couples," Updike "The Tower of Babel," West "Myra Breckenridge," Vidal "Vanished," Knebel NONF1CTION "The Naked Ape," Morris "Between Parent and Child," Ginott "The Double Helix," Watson "Nicholas and Alexandra," Massie "Our Crowd," Birmingham Kansas Communications Kansas, largest wheat-producing state in the nation and geographic center of the United States, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, is well- supplied with means of communications though about 50 per cent of the population live in rural areas. It has 350 newspapers, 50 radio stations and 12 television stations. Television and ftfltf/0 .SyCVNtHlALtWftY AJ» Televislofi'Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Televi* sion's awards stew, in which the Emmys* will be passed out, comes along next Sunday night, pretty much winding up the awards season, this has not been one of tele* vision's golden years. By and large, the replar fare, the ser« ies, have been predictable, grade B stuff, there has been a feast of old movies and a famine of meaty, quality drama, this viewer, confronted with almost 250 nominees, would find : it difficult to pick a favorite program or performer in most of the 47 categories, Certainly much of the season's excitement was stimulated, first, by "the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," and, later, by "Rowan and Martin's laugh-in," Both shows have several nominations and certainly deserve recognition if only for bringing some spice, daring and often a point of view into an entertainment area that had been slipping into a bland and perfunctory rut. Occasionally there may have been lapses in taste and the viewer on occasion could disagree violently with their expressions of opinion, but the two shows combined to make a more stimulating season. "CBS Playhouse" made a stab at bringing back meaningful, original drama, and had some success with two efforts, "Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night" and "Dear Friends." ABC's adaptations of some old movies with new stars didn't come off very well, but "A Case of libel," with Van Heflin recreating his stage role, provided a fine evening of television. Among the variety specials, one recalls with affection, "Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass," on CBS, a most imaginative show, and Frank Sinatra's NBC special with Ella Fitzgerald. Raymond Burr probably deserves some award for managing, within a few months, to blur his well-established image as Perry Mason by developing a completely different and equally convincing character named Ironside— so convincing a lot of fans believe Burr is really paralyzed and in a wheelchair. ."PEL", on the educational network tried hard if not'"always" successfully, in the current affairs area. ABC's "the Rise and Fall of the third Reich" was a painstaking and well-researched three-part series, and its "Africa," a marathon program that taxed the viewer's stamina, was certainly an ambitions piece of S*Mme Swlu ChMM UMf Sesame Seed And Swiss Cheese Combine trt This Qiitckffr Prepare Bread Fdf Memorable Good Eating. Quick loaf breads belong on your table anytime at day — breakfast, lunch, dintter of snack-time, Fragrant Sesame Swiss Cheese Loaf adds a new dimension in taste no tnattef what the occasion. Wonderful With salads, the nut-like flavor, typical of both the cheese and sesame seed, reaches even greater heights when served toasted for bftuich or lunch. Today's homemakef will find the quick method of mixltlg suited to her busy schedule, too. All liquid ingredients afe added to dry ingredients, mixed together and poured into a baktrtg pan. What could be easier? Make this loaf often, store it in the refrigerator or freezer and serve to drop-in guests: Since bread products like Sesame Swiss cheese Loaf are part of the basic four food groups, you'll want to include several servings every day to maintain and promote good health and to provide the nutritional bonus of enriched flour. Enrichment means you can count on three B-vltamltts — thiamine, niacifl and riboflavin, and the mineral, iron — all without extra cost" or calories. The enrichment process is credited with virtual elimination of many once-common vitamin deficiency diseases. SESAME! SWISS CHEESE LOAF lloaf 1/3 cup toasted sesame seed 2 egg*, beaten 2 cups sifted enriched flour* 3 tablespoons sugar 4 teaspoons baking powder l|/2 teaspoons salt 1 cup shredded Swiss cheese >4 cups milk 1/4 cup oil Sift together flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Stir in cheese and sesame seed. Blend eggs, milk and oil. Add liquid all at once to flour mixture, stirring only until flour is moistened. Pour into greased 4&x8#-lnch loaf pan. Bake in preheated 375° oven 65 to 70 minutes, or until done. Cool 15 minutes before removing from pan. *If you don't sift and in the absence of other directions, spoon flour directly from container into a one-cup dry measure, level off, then remove two level tablespoonfuls per cup, according to USDA recommendations. .'..:.'• NOTE: If self-rising flour is used, omit baking powder and salt. - The Top Ten — Best-selling records of the week based on The Cash Box Magazine's nationwide survey "Honey," Goldsboro "Tighten Up," Bell "Cry Like a Baby," Box Tops "Beautiful Morning," Young Rascals "The Good, (he Bad and tihe Ugly," Montenegro "Unicorn," Irish Rovers "Cowboys to Girls," Intruders "Mrs. Robinson," Simon and Garfunkel "Young Girl," Union Gap "Lady Madonna," Beatles ' ' public service. That does not add up to much of a list when one considers the thousands of hours of programming that went on the air. That is just one viewer's list— and any fairly regular viewer can make up his own. TIMELY QUOTES Our manipulation of our environment is like a game of Russian roulette. We keep on pulling the trigger, even though we are ignorant of the contents of each individual chamber. But let me assure you, the chambers are loaded. — Raul R. Ehrlich, Stanford University population biologist, on^ the threat of '* MAY PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALS (Your Choice of Type) Cuo-Body-Curly $6.50 and up Mane's Beauty Salon 114 W. 2nd PR7-3118 The Record Hope Federal has NEVER paid a dividend of less than 4 per cent. This is a record unmatched by any insured financial institution in Hempstead County or the whole state of Arkansas, doing business for the past 25 years. Current Rates On all Passbook Savings Accounts and Regular Certificates ( A Plus Factor when passbook [I Savings Accounts are left * On* Y« One Year 5.00% On One-YearSavings | Certificates of $10,000 and Above MISS SHAPELY of 1968 is title won by "Cricket" Ault, 19, of St. Petersburg, Fl8- The browu-eyed Sunken Gardens model is 5 feet 5, weighs 117 pounds awl measures 37-2-1-37. » »1»* 299 SOUTH MAW ST Savings Insured yp To

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