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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Miy 2?, " SOCIETY Phone 7-343) Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wedding Vows Are Repeated Calendar. of Events t^im., . ' L -^ fc ' li:> MONDAY, MAY 27 Hie Chancel Choir of the First Presbyterian Church will Practice at 7:00 p.m.. Monday. May 27, t>t n r r & £,^oi of 1 M WHI Jf p / e n sen ^ Ltih 8 u S B SS Church Monday May 27 at 7:30 gm, The public is invited. ^TUESDAY, MAY 28 S? f t, t ii r> ^ ^ « * ¥• f'lA ? *TI C1J 1 SS M the First Methodist Church will have a potluck supper at the R T ., Mrs. Munn, Mrs, Frank Miller, "Vand Mrs, Velma Cox. v. Chapter' AE, P.E.O, will meet .at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 28 in .the home of Mrs. E. P. O'Neal. •^THURSDAY, MAY 30 ""The Hope Men's Golf Association will have a 9-hole Scramble Tournament Thursday, May 30 aj the Hope Country Club, beginning promptly at 5:30 p.m. those wishing to play are asked to contact Bill Reyenga at the PJTO Shop. Dinner prepared by J|mie Russell will be served at 7£30 p.m. j :FRIDAY, MAY 31 ;The wedding of Miss Linda Carol Huckabee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Huckabee, and Jakie Dewel Honea, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvel Dewel Hon- Q&, will be solemnized at 8 p.m., Friday, May 31 in the sanctuary of the First Methodist Church. No cards have been sent. All friends and relatives are invited to; the wedding and the reception to; follow at the Heritage House. CENTERVILLE E.H. ICLUB MEETS 3. Jim Langston was hostess fo-r the May meeting of the Centerville E. H. Club. Mrs. Vernie Coynes presided over the meeting. Mrs. E. 0. Bright led in; singing "Red River Valley." MJ-S. Jeff Langston gave the devotional taken from four chapters of Corinthians followed by the Lord's Prayer repeated in DIXIE Drive-In Theatre ; TUESDAY ; Wednesday-Thurs. \ Showtime Dusk j Adm. 1.00 |'Makes 'DEAR JOHN' look like a fairy tale!" FROM SWEDEN . . . A TOTALLY NEW CONCEPT IN ARTISTIC MOTION PICTURES FOR ADULTS! RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE ADI Mrs. Deward Collier gave the eye-opener on making a contain* er for carrying Cleaning material. Mrs. Chester Faughtshowed a bar of soap attractively covered with net. The lesson was brought by very interesting lesson on car* ing for furniture, which could prove to be of value to everyone. Mrs. Mary Campbell gaVe a report on alcohol and its ef* feet on people. Mrs. J. L. Langston read a poem. The meeting was closed by reading the Home* maker's Prayer. For refreshments cheese sandwiches, cookies, and punch one new member, Mrs. Snell and two guests, Mrs. George Langston, and Mrs. Owen Jones. 4-H CLUB HEARS DR. HERBERT ROGERS Dr. Herbert Rogers was the for the Shover when it mtit May the Fellowship Hall. He to the group about birds and showed slides. Lanette Arrington, president, called the meeting to order. Sue Dillon, song leader, led the opening song, "Down in the Valley." Gary Arrington and Paul Poindexter led the pledges to the American and 4-H Flags. Sheryl Bright, secretary, called the roll, which was answered by 10 members. Sue Dillon gave a report on the 4-H Bake Sale, and Paula Poindexter reported on the 4-H Chicken Barbecue in which she won first place. The old business was discussed— the dress review, and new business—planting shrubbery and establishing a meeting time. Guests were: Dr. Rogers, Mrs. E. 0. Bright, Louise, Susie, and Jeanie Kramer, David Poindexter, and Dennis Ar- Refreshments of punch, , and cookies were to the group of 17 by the Poindexters. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT Miss Mary Ann Bader, bride- elect of Joe Hill Stallings, Jr. of Morrilton, was feted with a miscellaneous shower on Saturday afternoon, May 18 in the formal parlor of Galloway Hall at Hendrix College. The hostesses, Misses Sarah Braden, Patti Porter, and Mary Jane Mitchell, were assisted by their mothers, Mrs. John Braden, Texarkana; Mrs. Ivan R. Porter, North Little Rock; Mrs. William Mitchell, Jr., Morrilton. The honoree was attired in a pink linen dress with a pink carnation corsage. Similar flowers were also presented to her mother, Mrs. Steven Bader, and her fiance's mother, Mrs. Joe Hill Stallings of Morrilton. Others in the receiving line were Mrs. D. T. Hyatt, aunt of the groom- elect, and Mrs. Hal Rowland, his cousin. Both are from Little Rock. Pink was the predominant color used in the decorations. The serving table was covered with a white linen and lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink carnations. Sandwiches, pink cake squares, cookies, and cold drinks were served. Miss Bader received many lovely and useful gifts. Rained On If you wear suede, leather or fur and get caught in rain, let the garment dry slowly. A combination of heat and moisture will cause the skins to shrink and harden. HOPE (ARK) STAR, Pfi^d try Offset TEACHING STAFF ENTERfAmED the teaching staff of Beryl Henry Elementary school was entertained with a luncheon by the members of the PTA Thursday, May 23, In the home of Mrs, Mitchell LaGrone, The occasion was "teacher Appreciation Day." Those who prepared the food and served were} Mrs. LaGrone, Mrs. Mell Thrash, Mrs, Tim Duckett, Mrs. John Cox and Mrs, Donai Parker. Teachers attend* Ing were, 1 Mrs, Whitmarsh, Mrs, Nelson, Mrs, Millican, Mrs, Clark, Mrs, Peters, Mrs. Crank and Mrs, Baker. 70/«vis/0n and Radio §y CYNTHIA LOWRY Af Television*Radio Writer NEW YORK <AP) - DO you Crew in deadly per lit My favof* Qte fltffd fifttela! ites were the seary onss that flooufiftft fcefwteft looked like aftiifft felfett Ie&* - - - — - sters of ovtfff&wfi launches sf lettuce, t * f shall also miss the'fdfet of Coming, Going u«^ \» \* * tt t«ti " When Fiye Emerson's low necklines caused much discussion? When Arthur Godfrey, wearing earphones and sitting at a desk on stage, conducted "Tal« ent Scouts" like a booker for club dates? When Jerry Lester and a big blonde named Dagmar kept the audiences awake and laughing into the small hours? If you do, you are probably in that group of citizens that television calls "older," and you remember when j^l/oi, All hj|S«lWI niUVIJ VTCl IVTU seasons enveloped a lovable personality and {ft one epl§6d« was involved in a romattee ol sorts with a lady computer*. "Tarzan," if watched in the proper mood and not taekled too often, has also been a frequent source of amusement. All of these, of course, were potboilers and primarily "designed to attract the young audi* ences, but often in their earnest ways they were funnier than the most conseientous comedy showsj Humphrey Is Favored McCtftnf net pints fc l forhifto * — Shipley Studio Photo MR. AND MRS. JOHNNY HARRIS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jordan and Tena, Tyler, Tex., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chamberlain. Mrs. Robert J. Huber, Detroit, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. C. P. Tolleson. Mrs. Tim Walter and two sons, Orange, Calif., are visiting Dr. and Mrs. George Wright. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Pruden, Sidney, 0., have been visiting the Jim Pruden family, Mrs. Haskell Jones went to Batesville this weekend and was accompanied home by son, Lance, who has completed his junior year at Arkansas College. and were presented with a bit of a flourish or With 1, M, Nixon, predieting he wfll ge^ 55 per cent d! the odP VbW Iff Oregon, said sflppbtteriflf Call* forma GOV, Ronald Reagan .&nd Hew York Gcv, Nelson A, f6efc« efeller are working in tandem to try to block his drive far the presidential nomination. Reagan, a son who says he is net a dential candidate, is on the Oregon ballot, Rockefeller, an announced candidate, is not, Nixon was considered sure to win Oregon's 18 GOP convention votes in the primary and the Democratic winner will get 35 convention votes. „«*„,„„»„, f the soe. roCTamsareanvatS^ programs are any attempts By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sen. Robert F, Kennedy has won the bulk of Iowa's Democratic National Convention delegates and Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey holds the lion's share of Vermont's. aJfc^ied^yTlfthrLS- votes ' *" Associated Press sur works; "enMre'SowtaM™ 2?ff! ^ showed toda y» to 19 for Sen » worKs, encore snowings, sug- E,.-p np j MrCarthv and &L tnt gesting that they have been £ g ^ ' nny Ma i/4 Ior b y Kennedy> A meeting of the Pennsylva- W1h publ ic is see ^mehow from ta M , ft .. nia delegates has been sched- e Talast See to "^ today at wMch U is P° ssl - f ?hat will Set ? ble ^ organization leaders, who have trled to Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bonds of Blevins announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Beth to Johnny Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harris of McCaskill. The couple were married May 11 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Franks of Prescott. Rev. Wayne Bell officiated the ceremony. Those attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Bonds, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Franks, Mrs. Mae Franks, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle Bonds, Mrs. Bobby Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Avery and Glenna, Mike Harris, Sara Harris, Linda Stephens, Elizabeth Ledbetter, Louise Mouser, Donnie Bonds, Peggy Bonds, Janice and Phyllis Wicker, Jerry Fielding, Steve Sweat, and Danny Spicer. sure. LEARNED PERSONAL TO "IN THE BIG MIDDLE OF AN OFFICE FEUD" Don't put your "No's" in other charm. Some shows, like "Cow- r"-JTi i 3 V*if i tio boy in Africa" will disappear fwred for 1,27% ofthe 1,312 without more than a ripp^but ^«££% tor 713V 2 others will be missed. This viewer, while hardly they'd be as helpful as a water the Sea," partly for its interest- pistol at a four-alarm fire. Spend ing special effects and trick Sy * »» r- ««, u your energy looking for a job photography, but more for its ?n VprmnnfSJJ^S,^ elsewhere. -H. ingenious assortment of mon- ? M d JScSrt^l ' Camel fights are a popular s j ers . ^» w ® ek after ^, ee ^» The Iowa and Vermont dele- sport in Palistan and Turkey. tf*»d the submarine and its ^^gg^^f'ff^ Saenger THEATRE 7:30 Tonite 7:30 ITS NOT WHO YOU t6H... irs HOW you DO rtt Starts Tuesday ROBERT ELKE STACK SOMMER— \ KWAN s. MARQUARD HELEN HELP US! by Helen Bottel REVIVAL Providence Memorial Baptist Church OF PERRYTOWH Will Begin Revival Services Sunday, May 26 through June 1 Services 7:30 Each Evening Bro. Charlie Warren, Evangelist D. I). FAIRCHILD, PASTOR SUBSIDIZED NON-MARRIAGE Dear Helen: Our daughter takes her unwed pregnancy as lightly as a date to the prom. She say's she isn't ready for marriage, but she will continue going with her steady. She expects us to keep her baby until she finishes high school and college. Then — well, maybe she'll marry the fellow, if she likes him well enough. My wife goes along with the idea, and I am violently opposed to it. We are in our 50s and had looked forward to an early retirement and travel. We aren't equipped to raise a small child. Cur daughter has never even been made to clean her own room. You can imagine how much time she'll spend on the baby! I'm being called an unnatural grandfather, and a cruel and unfeeling father. But I say if she wants her child, she should accept the responsibilities of marriage, or at least the comp- plete financial and physical care of him. What bothers me most is the attitude of her friends. To them it's "nothing to get shook up about." Well, I'm plenty shook up! We've smoothed over every other problem our daughter has faced, from traffic tickets to minor brushes with the police. We've been good, understanding parents, but this is too much. If she keeps on with this boy, keeps her baby — I will walk out, Am I so wrong? - FINALLY PUTTING MY FOOT DOWN Dear FPMFD: You're right in refusing to subsidize a non-marriage, but you're wrong in being surprised at the suggestion. After all, you've "smoothed over every other problem" for this spoiled girl. Why expect instant .responsibility? . . . And why walk out on something you've helped cause? I'd suggest that you place your daughter in a good maternity home, where parents and young people alike will benefit from wise counseling. You can win this round without breaking up your marriage, but you'll all need the advice of an expert. •—H. Dear Helen: I am 20 years old, married and divorced, with two babies. I would like to tell these girls who think they are in love to remember they don't know what love is at age-16. It took me four years, beatings, starving, four separations, four babies, seeing my husband with other women, and hurts I can't mention, to find this out. I was 15 and pregnant when I got married. He left me soon afterward and my twins were born dead. Then he came back, but he had only three jobs in four years, and never stayed on one more than two months. Manv limps WP slpnt In fhfi r.ar with our babies curing the cold winter months. We hardly ate. But all the time he had money to spend on other girls. Big dumb me, I thought I loved him and stayed because I KNEW I could change him. But when he star ted beating the children too, I knew I had to leave. I'm luckier than most. I've found a man who really cares for me and my daughters. But even so, we aren't rushing into marr- iage^Thistirne_w e'llbpthbg 1,000 CASH Play Kroger's Exciting New Game .... Deck-0-Money ;..'•>*? .;£asj:,; - • ^•' No purchase necessary to participate. Game materials available at your Kroger Store. Prices effective through Wednesday, May 29, 1968. Quantity rights reserved. Copyright 1968, The Kroger Co. 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