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rfi^^^^w^u^^^B^Mfc.itkS.VtJsS.L- a-tJ^bJ J * Sy N8v*fnb6f 26 Unite wflt rrfeer af 5HEhGE,R IE CIWRIF-S CORURN • RNNE FRANCIS 1 JOHN AGAB,. SPRING BYiNGTON , I 1 ' . fiEOBGE : 'fOGHORN" WfNSLOW. • 10 o'clock at the home of Carolyn Stbfy. Sunday November 21 HOPE STAR, HOPE RKANSAS Saturday, Novernber2p/19S4 Another Field Arrives for Reunion By ICKAEL GOLDSMITH ZURICH. Switzerland (IF . Hcr- .^M.UV,. „. t ,,,^..».... ^.......* rnann Field arrived in Zurich to- calriily end lucidly, stated n few nay for a reunion with his wife, Katy He has not seen her since Two People in Wife's Room Sheppard Says ?By H D. QUIGG CLEVELAND. O.. <U P) Di H. Shepnard, speaking hours after his wife's murder that piMOF %t crT.Lof S^riaf MANHUNT IN THE AFRICAN JUNGLE" f TMCSf^Cartoon Sunday rtovemoer *i -;—•- •••. •- *. »« » ni 4 -o/x.* /(R11 he believed there were two por- IV. F. W. Auxiiary to Post «».«», in the room when his wife will be hostess to the District 10 meeting Sunday, November 21, at 2:36 p. m. at the V. F. W. Hut. Mrs. Lorene Harper, department president, of Little Rock, has been invited to be guest speaker. All members are asked to be present.' MUhday November 22 The Beta Rho Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority will meet Monday night in the home of Mrs. 4lary Welch, Oakhaven. Tuesday November 23 The Business Woman's Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday night, November 23, at 7:45 In the home of Mrs. F. J. Burroughs, 921 West 4th, for the study of "Pilgrimage to Brazil." All members are urged to be present. sons in the room when his wife Was killed, a Cleveland detective testified today. SoSS his hospital roomat U a.m. last 7 his " imprisonment in Communist Poland five years ago Both Fields wife r,nd sister, Dr Elsie Field o£ Urbana, 111. were in Zurich to meet the man who set fro by the Communists Wf'ks ago. iiir of mystery and hus!i which hivi surrounded y t ....... bors of his family was present Tc hours before that, the de- js in at hlH {in . iv . (1 on n Swlsgj fondant had told Coroner Samuel P i_ n _ f ..,, irl p,. n o,,c ._ R. Gerber only that he had seen "a form'* upstairs near his wife's bedroom. f-iana from Prague Field was met by Swiss police who whisked him off to the customs office in the airport admin- Tuesday November 23 Pack 62 of the Cub Scouts will meet Tuesday, November 23, at 7 p. m. at Garland School. Friday November 26 The ladies of the Columbus Methodist Church will sponsor a benefit sale In the Columbus school auditorium on Friday night, November 26. Haskell Jones of Hope, will emcee the program. Mrs. Haskell Jones and Linda Gayle Rogers will bC in charge of the musical pro : gram. . L —-"".-•• u>ms ouice in LIIU ciiijjuii uuuiiu- Detective, the first person to; i s tration building They barred ,i_* — :„„ «„«„,. of n,. nev/smen and photographers from approaching the plane, and for a while the identify of the arrival .could not be fixed Police said they had been ordered by the governments Political Department to ban reporters point an accusing linger at Dr. Sheppard after the murder, was the state's 10th witness in its attempt to send the handsome Bay Village brain surgeon to the electric chair. The state contends Dr. .Shep- Flair Styling Featured on 1955 Dodge Pillow's Gift Shop • Personalized Chtistmas Cards 305 Si. Laurel NOTICE: Saturday we are closing for repairs which will take 60 days. Our Station will be completely remodeled inside and Out. PATTERSON TEXACO STATION East Third and Shover Sts. pard, 30, bludgeoned his 31-year- from the area around the plane Sun. & Mon. * erdrrinhefoundafire d ,trcngth that shook Kog5., n ". 9 fury no nian /at ever equalled — for ewds Moisav the great jingi^hdnd^ly held an ntire U; S.,army at bay! 1NCASTER fatfinniHltgwiSTs !^H*tRA • itfude ThoYnhill & .^QfcKestro - ' Wfo News Eyenfs fii?i-(-r- ' k * i V *" Comi/ig and Going• Mr. and Mrs. E.- I/. Lane have had as their -guests, Mrs. Wilk Waller and Rayburh Waller. Mrs. J. W. Robertson and daughter, Judy Suzanne', have returned home from Hot: Springs, where they were guests in the new home of Mr. and Mrs., C.. L, Chamberlain and family!. A commercial laundry will use 8,800 to 11,400 gallons of water (depending on'the amount of recircu- ation) to Wa'sh a ton of clothes .. old pregnant wife to death before dawn last Independence Day after 'quarreling with her about his affairs with other women. Sch'ittk'e, 6 precise, veteran of a decrde on Ihe homicide squad, rpoke in a low monotone as if reciting from a textbook. He was questioned by assistant prosecutor Thomas Parrino. He said he and his partner, Detective Patrick Gareau, got to the murder home about 9 a.m. He said he made a pearch and found "no visible means of forcible entry" into . the house. Then, he said, he went to Bay View hospital and questioned Dr. Sheppard, who had a bruise under his right eye but no Other visable bruises. The Shepard family of osteopaths runs the hospitai. Schctlke said he questioned the doctor about a house guest, Dr. Lester Hoversten, who had left the day before the murder. The flair-styled 1955 Dodge features a dashing hood ornament, Projected Horizon" sweptaround windshield, cut back doors, flared ^^^^ This four-door sedan in the Custom Royal series has a Super Red Ram ™ engrae of Two-tone paint treatment accents the lowered roof line, sloping hood, and twin-jet tailiigut NcW FOR QUALITY and Let us fill those Vital Prescriptioni for speedy delivery from 7 a. pn. to 7 p. m. . - ' . DEPENDABILITY Crescent Drug 225 S. MAIN LOOKED FIRST MARGATE. Eneland, (UP) Tayemkeeper Alfred Sparrowhawk, 44, was about to throw a stack of mailed "advertisements" into the wastebasken when he decided to glance through-them. ; Among them was a check for $28,QOO-his winnings in a football pool; The airport manager said the Swiss were acting at the request of USI Ambassador Frances E. Willis Hermann's wife and sister were making every effort to avoid newspapermen In this they had the full cooperation of authorities Field, the former Cleveland architect, flew accompanied into Zurich About 20 minutes after he arrived his lister, Elie, was brought to the airport in a police car Apparently his wife was/also in the airport building but police kept reporters from observing her "••-, The same precautions currpund- ed yesterdays trip by Fields, wife and sister The crew of a British airliner said in Viennt they" had helped the two women leave their plane in Zurich last night without ' newsmen at the airport being aware Howard Dohovan the U. S. consul general in Zurich was at the airport to talk to Hermann, who had been convalescing in a Warsaw sanitrium since the Poles released him. His brother Noel, a preqar State Department employe, and Noels wife Herta, freed this week in Hungary were hiding out from . from the press in Budapest Elsie and Katy Field had boarded the Zurich-Vienna plane of British European ' Airways last night On their arrival Ziurich, INSURANCE.. AT A SAVINGS • Fire • Tornado • Automobile • Liability • Casualty LEONARD ELLIS Insurance Agency 108 East Second Phone 7-2221 Phyllis Foster } Hostess To . Juvenile Coterie Phyllis Foster was hostess to the' Juvenile Musical Coterie on Monday afternoon at 3:45 at her home.. Piano selections presented werp 'Dream of Love" by Anthony. Pat Haltom, and "Sparkling Eyes" by Anthony, Charlottee Calhoun. Delectable refreshments were served to ten members and seven new members. George Cashman discussed the chapter on Color in the Arrangement from the "Complete Book of Flower Arrangement" by Rockwell and Garyson. Plans were made for the Holiday House to be held in December and Mrs. Dewey Stripling's home was selected _ as the one the club would decorate this year- A delightful dessert plate and coffee was served by the hostess - More than 2,400 members of New York's glamour world of the theater arts and press turned out for a preview of now models m the Chrysler lines/Here, Phyllis Kirk. TVwd sjereon staiYjand President L. L. Colbert of Chrysler Corporation, 'ihsnecPtlie front of one of the striking new designs: All lines have been completely redesigned with onger lower silhouettes. They will be shown to the public by dealers November 17. TODAY & SUNDAY -S-T i$ '. HOPE SHOWING • ALSO * Mrs. Dennis Ledbetter Hostess To C. W. F. Mrs Dennis Ledbetter was hostess to the'Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church at her home on Mondav afternoon. . Mrs. Harry Moore presided and the meeting opened with the song. "Count Your Blessings" followed with prayer. Mrs. J. W. Bradley presented the program on "Growing Stronger in The United States." The theme of the lesson was "We Shall Be Like Him" the text being taken from 1 John 3:2. The closing hymn was. "Have Thine Own Way," During the business session plans were discussed for the Thanksgiving market which will be held at Stewarts Furniture Store, Wednesday, November 24. The meeting closed with the benediction and the hostess served dainty refreshments. C. W. F. Meets With Mrs. B. C. Stivers Colorful arrangements ot roses, mums and autumn leaves decorated the home of Mrs. B. C. Stivers on Tuesday evening when she entertained the Business Women's Christian Fellowship of the Fa-st Christian Church. The meeting opened with the theme song "An Evening Prayer" followed with prayer by the president. After the business session Miss Elizabeth Franciso gave th* devotional from numbers 35:1-U on "The Church and Minority Groups." Plans were made for the Christmas offering for the Christian Orphanage in St. Louis. After the benediction the hostess served tasteful salad course. The December meeting will be a joint meeting at the hpme of Miss Elizabeth Francisco, Rose Garden C'ub Meets With Mrs. Dalrymple The Rose Garden Club held its November meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Carl Dalrymple. Co-hostesses were Mrs, Vernon Buchanan. Mrs. J. B- Kranks. and Mrs. C. K. Gray, Roll call was answered by giving the name of your favorite bird. Unique arrangements of castor bnans and cotton burs pained red and green decorated the home. Centering the dining table was a cornucopia filled with chrysanthemums, grapes and yellow cattails. Mrs. Vernon Buchanan, president, presided at the business session and the minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Carl Dalrymple. Plans were made for the Holiday House a be held in December. The home f Mrs. J. K. Bemis was selected s the. one to be decorated this ear, Guest speaker for the afternoon as Mrs. Joe Hamilton who pre- ented a most interesting and in- ormative talk on "Birds." A delectable dessert plate was erved by the hostesses to 21 members and a guest, Mrs. Hanv ton. Miss Bittey Bemls has returned rom Fort Smith where she has een the guest of her sister, Mrs. 'adjo Cravens, Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Lewis f Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Clarice C. Lewis of Tuscon, Ariz., lave returned to their home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McMahen . Mrs, Woodul Hos*et| To Prescott Garden Cliife , Jilrs. J. C. Woodul was hostess to the Prescott Garden Club at her home. 'Tuesday afternoon, Mva Shelton was, co-hostess- At tractive arrangements oi. phry ums an4 wixed autumi were place^ at. vantag throughout the rooms, president, Mrs. George Casa , presided at the busmess sag jsion and the minutes of the las were rei<j to Mrs. kero J. 8< Hf«tsrty ha DOROTHY DIX Let Ex-Husband Stay^ Dear Miss Dix: I was married for 9 years, during which I had five children. My husband was chronically - unfaithful, going oft with another woman for a few weeks; then coming home begging forgiveness and promising reform. As I loved him, I believed all the remorse until we bought a home and he needs extra money. He got a night job in a tavern and the infidelity began again. The woman worked with him. He started spending week ends at her house, then only came ..home week ends, and finally asked for and got a divorce, I was awarded the home, children and support. Now he's living with the other woman, but hasn'1 married her. He comes to see the children regularly, and has asked me to remarry him. I long to take him back, since I still love him, but the thought of going through the same thing all over a«ain is too much. NINA D Answer: Your husband is a man Rev. G. P. Comer Revival services which have been in progress for the past two weeks in Hope City Hall will come to an end Sunday night. Saturday night the Rev. Comer will preach on "The Second Coming of the Lord", and Sunday the party will be seen over KCMC-TV from 11 a. m. to 12 noon. At 2:30 p. m. Sunday a meeting will be held in the city auditorium when the Evangelist will discuss, "Segregation or No?" To this service Negro residents of Hope and surrounding area have been invited as special guests. Special munbers will be sung by the Yerger chorus. The Revivalist says he will discuss the issue "without gloves on" and wil answer .such questions as, "Was the Negro cursed in the Bible?", "Was the Supreme Court decision right?" "The Unpardonable Sin", will be the closing message at 8 p. m. The group will go to the Ft. Worth Baptist Tabernacle for a three weeks revival. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loomls had as their Monday guests, Mrs. Eerie Ament of Pine Bluff. Mr- and Mrs. A. M. Rettig have •eturned from Huntsville, Ala., where they have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rettig and Suzanne, Mrs. Roy Puke, Lt, James Edward Duke and Mrs- Blain Hays motored to kittle R°c k Tuesday for the day. •; Mr. and Mrs. j. B. Brltt, Mrs. R. T. Murry. and Sucker Murry attended the funeral service? for their uncle, Pr, W. A- Bullock in Elk City, OWa., on Tuesday. Mr. »nd ajrs, aanQunce th$ Katy escaped the attention o: newsmen and left the airport un noticed but Elsie, recognized, fin ally admitted her identity Three correspondents saw her reboard the plane just before i was to take off or Vienna When the aircraft arrived in Austria only two men get out In Vienna today the plane stewardess, Miss E Harrison said Mrs Hermann Field had lef the plane as "Miss Thorneycroft Miss Harrison gave this account of Dr Fields deception: "She asked us to help her avoid newsmen and photographers waiting at Zurich airfield So when the plane was about to leave, Dr Field got on board, we closed the door and the steps were removed Anter the reporters rushed away apparently to telephone their of- ices the .staircase was brought back, we ooened the door again, and Dr Field gpt out and climbed into ? waiting BEA truck, which carried her off I dotit know where she went from there In Hungary 4th graf ts37, deleting 9th graf; two possible xxx PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS LOS ANGELES, (UP) Mrs. Dorothy Halters, 40, was granted a divorce yesterday when she testified that her husband ran the following ad in a newspaper immediately after sh> left for a vacation "Man, 53, no car, no looks, no job no qualities no money no hero no nothing seeks congenial com panio» to go places and do things WWte J 0 pursuit of happiness." a (laughter Robert Writer who did not son test " who just can't be satisfied with one woman; it suits his masculine vanity to have two, at least in competition for him. Believe me, U le had the least but of sincerity in lis make-up, he would leave the other woman and do something to prove to you that he was prepared to live a decent life. That he isn't sincere is proven by the fact that he still lives with the other woman, yet wants you to take him back. Obviously, if you agree to his coaxing, you'll be in the same boat you were in before but this time without the oars. Having gone back on your own principles, you'll be left without one word to say about his infidelities. Better Off Without Philanderer Bringing up a family of five with no father is not an enviable task but, as you know from experience, it's preferable to having an adulterous father over them. In time he'll realize his wrong doing and will be truly remorseful. Wait until that moment before weakening one bit. Perhaps the other woman doesn't provide the home comforts you gave him — good meals, clean cloths, orderly surroundings. Females of that type seldom do U he's lucky, you'll still be willing to take him in when the final «iomeat of awakening come*. husband to resolve your difficulties. Also, you might show a bit more respect for the parents who are kind enough to shelter you and more respect for the parents who are kind enough to shelter you and your children. PRESCRIPTION DOLLAR WORTH MORE TODAY Drugs Cost Less: Your' prescription dollar is worth more today! Although the average cost of prescriptions has gone up, your prescription dollar is more effective. It buys more drugs that cure, rather than drugs that only relieve. As an example: penicillin costs 97% less today than it did Ti years ago. Originally it .was produced in flasks by the ounce; today, it is produced in huge fermentation tanks by the 1000 pounds. We would appreciate your allowing us to fill your prescriptions. Have your doctor call us. Ward & Son DRUGGIST 102 W. Second St. Phone 7-2292 APPLES SPECIAL • FLORIDA ORANGES 3 Doz. $1.00 • CAGE EGGS RUSSELL/S CURB MARKET Dear Miss Dix: Two months ago my husband and I separated after 10 years of marriage. We hav« three children. His friends are trying to get us back together, but ic says it will take time. I'm not willing to wait I'm staying with my parents but don't want to be ied dowi> with two old people for t he rest of my life. I want to get a job, but my mother says I'm on- y looking for another man. I rea- ize I can't get married again for a while, but •! do want companionship and fun. Should I go out and make new friends, or stay where I am and wait for my husband to return? E. L, G Answer: I'm afraid that judging from your letter alone, and with out background details to fill in I'm going to be harsh in'my judge ment of you. TThese new friends you are s< anxious to meet would most pr tably not be females. Your mothf Appears to sum you up qulte^ tlwr oughly. you say nothing about ttv cause of separation, but since yoi have UttJe on your mind right now except gettinfi out lor fun, I sus ject the sanje condition existed be fore tto break-up. 901 West 3rd Phone 7-9933 STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds Farm Buildings and Industrial Buildings made'according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost. CALL ... PR 7-4683 for complete information. DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. GOSPEL MEETING CHURCH OF CHRIST SthandGrady Group meetings from November 21 through 24 Local Minister, F. L Jennings, is in charge of services, Iveryoni is CftwJJiUy JnyJtiM If 4*t«nd '•" " ' " J , Navemfeer 26, 1-994 ROM STAR, HOH, AHRANSA1 OtAR* IRI If Chkk Yttillf I'LL DUCK INTO MY SECRET NAPPING PLACE .IN THE SHIPPING ROOM I'LL NEVEF? GET THRU THE AFTERNOON IF I DON'T GET A LITTLE NAP S ^Ut >'»I.A>-i-«^ ly Mlcho.l O'Mdlky o •t .11 .A 1 i f i to t * . By J. ft. 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