Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 12, 1952 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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*TWM>rVWWft>,r Alf{|lltt IV x /p Prayer Moiting will bcjtlft ft t;4ft WVdnpuday wmlru al " «f ChrUt, Thorn will he pi-syrr meeting nt "" ' »t th# f Church of Thtrft will bn prayer meffllni HI thft rirrt ChrUUnn Church. CTWlf iWflclffe& will fallow. /5*&' J f' f J "Sk' * I! I ''' * n ' (1*8 • JfTT'fnp Jl ^Hf¥ "iiS:4*W* .e-", 'vte^jxA'!- t* A child mny bnvc •ti-Hy ond m com ^htWptfri fit bto ». MOf fa very ,.Jip«feng with tJtittt have o won (jr RnfliiMi for n t y»t !«i elitmny u»ini tool* of ...,,.-„,.„„ gervlce* at thp Flrnt Bnpllfit Church w><inr«-lay evert- ing nn follow*: T o'clock Bible Bchfwj, Twu'hern and offiei-ra meet . 1-M prayer and nildo study. liftenl W hi* ago, lending j«t hrivo ,,_„_ uneven pat* _„ jwth of children are f growth naeflii which ^ b«en met toy the pto.\ , make it pomlblo (ten varied nnd or? they , —. oolorlnif, f btiildllig nntl WflCa C!rel« l • y Mm, A, M, H«ttto Clrclo I,. «f the VS8CR of thu l CJhiirr'h won 'mtortnlnnd nftcrnoun by Mm, A, M, finttlA at her nuburbnn homo. Mr», ItettlK prcilded and «oti» ducted tha tnurlncx*. Mm, Hurke Hheltoti gnvo the d«* votlontil talk and (he program on tho thiTiu? 'Partner* in Obedience' wn« prodcnlod by Mr*. Prank Oil- bert, piooMMlon* were glvon by Mrs, rtcttlg, Mrn. Clnrke While, im<) Mm. Hlmun Webb. Mrs. Ion voiced the cloning prayer, A deJeotftblc «nndwlch cotlmo w»» »<jrvtKi lo tho twfllvo mcmborj. . Fulbright '(fitted from ?*tion« of th* Demwrrotlc pint «f*V ITAH, HOM, ArRKANIAI Community CH«li> to M««t The J»re«cott Comrmmlty Choir wll) meet tonight (Tuetdnyi nt the Fl«t Methedlut Church at 7; l» o'clock tot practice under th« dlr«c- tton at Mr», fkirenc* Aftjbrois a«M Mr«, Johtwon, Wave Qutetlan § 0 x Jltib Thttr«d»jr night Joe T. Smith jmd th» >>fo«ram r "Qufintion hox" !»* aak Jim N«l«on to relate the mn»l IniwrUllrig Incident in hi* lif* during receht yenrn, Jim related ihe meeting nnd eourtuhlb and —"— whKh won very thnt of which it one Hal* in a school to hoar and correctly, i-rnct grum- during the "««d have not hear or talk school ndjunt- t« make thim fc««ft brought rible coridftlonn. to iwt him making pie, foing on trip* full num.0, MB*, telephone iium- tor helping tho MIIKI thp "mother chjld tint observed ft gain,.,-,, ,* v ia lible 'MinUieanf mean- phra««i» or «en» ' " with AtVd deaf IUCC««8 h" W608 Circle 2 M««ti In Homa ,n f memberd and two new of Circle 2 of the W8C8 or tho Methodist Church met ot Monday ftftprnoon In tho homo o Mm. J, 1), llogun for tho month!, Mm, II. A. IM.nmnr. chnlrmnn had chnrao of tho bunlncsa wlti reports from lh« trvaaurer, Mr* OttorKo Tpnt, and a report from thn birthday fund chairman, Mrs Alox Avory. thp program wn» Introduced by Mrs, Luwla Conn**ll who gave th invocation ami prtwmttid th,» dr vntionnl ond icrlpturcj lusnon, Mrs I', A. K»cour«> |irt!«tmtod the pro prnm whiah w«* entitled "Part nurs In ObetlUmoc." that was study of the Ki'dernltun of Meth oillst Women. Sho alMO -urnafntod lh«« history unit current hnpponlngs of th Mrs, Kncarrn clost-d with praye nft»ir which frosted punch am vouklos wwro Mr*. Adam HoitOH to Cirole 3 W8C8 M«'». Adarn Outhorle wai to Cli'clo 9 of tho WSCS of th Methodist Church at her home on Monday afternoon with ton mem burs aiuim Hnirston, chairman *. The meeting won openM wllh the Lords' Prayer, repitaM in untsan. Tha devotional thouiili wan given tiy Mr*, K. E. Shttl Mm. J, UHhtfoot prwscnled th. "••• on "I'nrlnws In Qb«. dlonee." Aflor Ihe bu*liums the members wjre Invited into the dining room whino they were served punch und dainty rolrenhmonU from n tnbli tmvwnl with « iucu cloth and wn tored with an arrangement o; ... .. ..,_. „„__,.,,„,, M0tl0tt To Circle 4 of the WSO* JBlaht mem,bers of Circle 4 of the WSCS 6f Ihe Methodist Church met Monday afternoon In tho hoinc o*JJr«. baio Udbtjtter, a, A, Wnwn, ehajmwn I and conducted th« Imli now, the devotional ww slv Mr», j; T.,WortMnfltan, MM, „„„,. Jog ipreieiued the program on "partnern j n Qh.odlenW'Bmi «d with the thought .that t,^., •hquld turn mow t« Qod during the«« trytng Um««, 0«uctou« rcfreshmenU were «er vcd by the hostew, by •fiSf^rtw Oli^lt „ , With Mr». M*K KlUhtm Cir«i« « of the |»r* Church nun on .M«id»y »„,„,,. '- to« h«m« of M*i..M«rin£ \vW» six in chtn* and i Mrs. Max Bmnt, actl«i eh»i«s opened the 'W«eUn« with and teonducted U»* butoms Mr«, 8, O, LOJRIII led the Bible w, "What Does to W," lhatTw Wte«ce pr^ri. Mrs, o. Of M, A«gu,H«H. Nexl h* called on Al WlHInmn o |lv« en mjeount of hi* principal hobby, A) rather believed that woodworking was hi* principal hobby ond related that he had worked In wood and the wood In- nifttty from the Mump lo ihe fin- •hed product, «uch an tablet, chair*, chestK .and many other and- »eu. After his .dlicuislon It was hftrd to tell whether It was a hobby or a profession with him. He wo* naked where he could find the chor ry wood mentioned, You may guess why the question of Chofry oumV up «t th|« time, it might also be mentioned that the club wax served Cherry pie for de»iert. Carl Oalrymple will conduct the program on Aug. nth hl» subject will be "Fodhlon* and Proper At- tiro for Men." We hope that Carl wl|l iitwr the men right on this Holt, Tackett, Continued tram Page one aonal life tragedy into the cnm palgn. McMath had accused Cherry of bringing up the subject. The Judge has repeatedly refused to answer questions pertaining to McMath' Mr, nnd Mr*. WUbtirn W1IIU havft B* their guest, Raymond E. Barber of El Dorado. ^ Mr. and Mm. Orvllln Haynes hnv« been recent vUUoro in Vlvlnn La., with relatives. Clarke While has returned from flnllan whore ha was the guest of hU tluviRhter, Mrs O. H. Cannon Jr. ond family. Mr, and Mrtt. Kldon Smith and granddaughter, I»hyllns Tennl* of Beaumont, Texas are the guests of Mr. und Mrs, Horborl Smith und olhfr relatives. Letltlu Smith of Hope has been tho house guest of MI»H Joaiv Gilbert thl* week. Mr. ond Mrs, C, D. McSwaln have tho recent guests of find Mr». Pat Comb* and daughter In Kll Dorado. 'return- • ~^- 7™~"*", 7' "i"«*• v^»n« WUH .,.,.,...,.,.., .. Bob nubortsoii nncl his parents, Mr. ttjid Mr«. R. L. Rob- erlnoli, Sho olno alteiulod a Slgmu Chi dance at tho Marion Hotel on Saturday evening. »nd Powell end nthef minority group bo*v»« have not yet realised thm • number of Infloen. tin I leader* In both mijnr polltlcol ftflrtirn hnvc decided to try f«r an approach to (Dilution of race prob> Jwii through a policy of m adoration," leaders, In both partle*, - more and more convinced of the wisdom of »«ch an «p- proach an the result of the *r- rngance M minority group witnesses who appeared before the ttfrnoerntlc plotfttrm oml creden- tiiila eommlttoox in Chicago to declare, In effect, that their demands munt be met, "or else." The question that pt>r*onx who are sincerely flecking to Improvn race rfln- Horn nrr Nuking U: "Or i»l*fl, what?" Party Chief Works Behind the Scenes *y LANE (A - Stephen Arnold no- °J four men wl "> Ch 1 pt « r of th * political of Oov ' Adlal S«*ven presidential , tomin jc re rfornincc. That wni in IMT. T/" fl " d hU fellow £ rmon Dunlop Smlth Jar , ° h * old 8 « e v«i»«n and ' MH. n WB ", CflW »*«a'« material. MltcheU envisioned Stevenson OR r> " ut personal life and ha. chaVged^a Tnown him" STf ** ^ h " 8 K*,:'™"^ . w- '«-«*"c" s0 u w ai,y h ^ h ^ 1 ir!^r h f?^ by planting the question. Uom previously had been Identl- .«.,.., picTiuunijr uau oeen laentl- i rrl , «/_.< , ,,,— V. "" lv ««« «e- fled ox the man who »tood un ,!,„, worw War. .H. Both held during McMath's appearance n d " L D f hpartniont > bs < 6 ' a time .Inn»«hn>.« i..., .: . . ! clurinu Ihe war. Th»v'«o u— < j_ Mr». I,oyd Sullon, Mrs. Dunn Phillips und children of I^ngvlcw Texft* ftllendcd Ihe funeral service for Mrs. Janle Wren nt Harmony Thursday afternoon. Mr, nnd Mrs, R«lph Gordon mo- tared to Camden Friday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Parham. They were accompanied home by «on. Alec who has N*n vUlting in the Porham homo. Mr. and MM. A, B. Gordon were Thursday visitors In Hope. Mr, and Mr*. R, p. Hamby had ut their guests Thursday, Dr. and Mra. Q, O. Royston of Hope. P«My W»rren has returned from Stephens where *h* was the guest ot her graiul mother, Mrs. A. L. Mra, Mettle Robinson and her |u*nt«, Mr*. K. M, Krlsby and Mr. )KMn*r FrUby of McAilen, Tex «l, wer* the guests Thuraday of Mr, and Mrt, Demon Robinson in Mr. arid Mrs. John House and children have returned to thrir (\orno in Hernando, Miss., after a ,.f^.li »il_ 1_ . , V*! 1 ' Mr. and h«r MM. JK. P. Weaver, Mrs, Max Kitohen, Public heal- l»» nutw. attended a Rural Health Cotvferenc« in Uttle Uock last *• -—-»-™«.»,i a up|/(JUi UIIWU U Jonenboro last week and asked him what was HO "horrible" In hi* life thnt Cherry refused to discuss. The governor's reply, mentioning Itreot tragedy" and closer family lUm, wfis nn apparent reference to the 1947 slaying of his father by hln wife, Ann, who was exonerated on the grounds of self-defense. Jsom Hworc thul the question wus prepared, written down and given him by McMath supporters. He salt! he won nnd still in n McMath supporter but that hu regretted being a part to UiiH phase of the campaign. Cherry said: "I think this was <-tu» of the most outrageous things ever pulled In Arkansas politics. If anyone WHO for McMath be- lore then, I can't .soe why they would b« for him now." At Cuindcii earlier yesterday, Cherry hud asserted that the only way h« could lose to McMath WHS for "them to stoul the flec- tion," Ho snlii steps would be taken to "send to the penitentiary" anyone trying to steal u vote. Junosboru businessmen, professional limn, housewives and farmers spoke briefly on Cherry's statewide broadcast lust night. They described themselves us long;in,e neighbors of the judge nnd Cherry us nn honest man svho would make u good governor. Cherry has been on unorthodox candidate as well as a dark .horse from the stiirt of the campaign' early this summer. In more than 180 hours before u microphone on his unlearn question und answer talkathon and more than 100 stump speeches, the white-haired judge has stated his stnnd on Just ubout t-very subject imaginable. Mr*. BoniMli Durham and little - -"' »M»v« relumed to theh- Texw after in , a vUtt with h»r toarenu. Mr. «nd M«. . . WWittk»r, and other Small Town Makes Slots Pay Off TRACY. Calif. Wi _ This small city's police judge and police chief snld today they sue nothing wrong in a former slot machine operators larly fnlng slot machine operators While the slots stayed in action Details come to light yesterday in Washington when the U. S Tux Court ruled that Charles A. Clark, tenner Tracy slot machine operator, could not deduct the fines from his income for tax purposes. Clark told the court he used to have an arrangement with the city under which he was allowed to operate th« illegal slots, so long tts he paid the city $23 a month in fines for each machine. Clark made the deductions «i his income tax returns under the heading of "taxes, licenses, and permits." ^But tho court, in pointing out that the city did not issue him a permit for his slots and that the machines werw illegal in California called the arrangement a "sham," Clark, tho court said, kept careful records and these revealed that he paid $38.985 In slot machine fines, m checks, through the police chief, from the beginning of 1944 through 1W« There Mr. AUrt Mr*. Orville lift lft»i w«ek I wiU Ranger, Texas , their honu. Thwo was no dispute today * g "™,'««r « supposed to be on from either Chief of Police EV C. S .'"•n'MvMaJhw right now, but Wyman or Police Court Judge Fen ^>f, s l )e » u , ln * J» * *is cluttered Jackson that the fines had bWn S, ubby ' hole °" ice at »• s ™* assMSsxd niirl iu>i.l «»»U»*. assessed and paid. Both declared the fines were nuin aecutr*ct ute fines were v «nV K , . w .»*., WCBKS "^ 8 "legUlinate fines" and went-from » . lve hasn't taken a day of 1te 'Pttlic* Qourt into Ue 5S i 1 ?\l e h ? w » s "PVow««d in 1920. coffers. ' * ft??.** 1 ** •» «* tr » Wy involved JopCommunittiO«t Speeiol Ordert ho ,h«, M K > e he should be governor of Illinois. I w«« in Stevenson's gubernalo- rial campaign thot Mitchell did his . for his candidate. Unofficially, Mitchell has been f confidantes and advisors Stevenson, who appointed Milchell party leader last Friday, has . y me casually while both were In or vote law practice In Chicago be- • •" jva i\ti u Vtlllt! during the war. They've kept in close touch since. . Mitchell was born at Rock Val- .V fl> «; M 2 rch 3 ' 1903 ' Hl! < Anther, also Stephen. Mitchell, was u bDnker-former, but not wealthy A Khortage of funds made It necessary for young Steve to work his way through Crelghton University by sandwiching working years on his father's dairy farm between hi* years of cnmpus activity, At Georgetown University, where ho took his law degree in 19?8 he worked part time in the credit tie- Iiactmcnt of General Motors Acceptance Corp. He stayed with that firm four years after he grad uiited. Then he went Into Chicago practice. During the war he served as chief of the French Division, Lend Lease Administration, and as a State Department expert on French affairs. His wife Is the former Evelyn Josephinu Miller of Waterloo, la. They have three boys. The family attends Our Lady of Mt. Cnrmel Roman Catholic Church in Chicago. The Mitchells live in a rented apartmenl on Chicago's North Side. They have : maintained a small furnished apartment in Washington since March this year when he was appointed counsel of the House judiciary stib-commlttue Investigating the Department of Justice. v Mitchell, : who -. prefers single breasted suits and narrow, colorful bow tics, Is a cagy conversationalist. The day after his appointment, he tuld reporters, "I usually sny what I think, but things are different now." That was after he was usked if he considered himself a liberal or u conservative Democrat and .re plied: "Those words ^confuse me!" Mitchell, who maintains, that ! his 'jjpintment as Democratic nation, «chalrman was a surprise, ad- Jits he had told Stevenson he was available for any duties which might help in the presidents campaign. He went actively after a polltlca job himself In Ihe summer of 1947. He wanted to succeed J. Alfred Well, who resigned as U. S. at lorney at Chicago In July of that year. But Mitchell's ambition was blocked. :by Arvey, who supportec Otto Keener Jr. for the appoint tnent. Kernjsr got U. Only a few months later, Mil chell got Arvey into his corner bucking Stevenson for Illinois gov cvhor. Mitchell has been active in civic enterprises. He headed the Illinois Speakers Bureau for the War Bond Drives; served on the State Medi cal Center Commission; and was active in the American .Vote Coun- cli, a group dedicated to getting cut the voters on eleclkm day. He heads the law firm of Mit chell, Conway and Bane in Chicago's Board of Trade Building. Long Really Like; to Collect Taxes BOSTON »4 — Henry Long likes collecting taxes so much h* even does it on his own time. The energetic Massachusetts tax commissioner is supposed to be on •aitktr to H««d Jop Education TOKYO (A- A 8j.ye»r-oW <ra tftr banker becam* edoeatkm minister of Jafron today. Klybhlde OJtuno told ftewtnwn: "The hastily Imported foreign edu cation system is not entirely fit for Japan and will have to be adjusted." Ok a no succeeded 08 - year old Kantian philosopher Sadasuke Amano, who ran Into several storms of protest during his two years and three months in th* job Amano drew criticism from his oppoxillon whenever he tried modi fying American educollon reforms from the government party when fled sludents rioted, and from student* when police inspected university grounds. H«'s entitled to four Weeks off a either. He says when he takes ott for a week's vacation it takes a w«#H to «*l over it; tf yo« h*v« * month it takes a mouth to nisi jmrty u publishing secret tnil* iUry m*jftU»Js lor iU member* under such titles M; \» Cjr0w Flower Bulbs," Hwdhfts*.* "Ho* to Gro "Uwful Birds and Birds," vaA "How to ^, tioo« «n c«ticr«lft metiwds of struj- -»- ---"— iwrty. the NW*s*uH»_ % confuse . _ .Don't get Long wrong, though he s »u Cor vacations — tot the others. His advice to WKittoners is: "Eat hearty, drink hearty, and 9W B»artUy , SO to U»e races." t**«d by the NU Youth in Notional Mftt iff w m SCOT* i Iwtor in Jordan Set to Welcome Third King AMMAN, Jordan WV-The Middle East kingdom of Jordan prepared today to welcome Its third. King in Just over a year and awaited his arrivalto settle the future of his royal father predecessor and of the country's government. ,,, P ,?r ll8 ^ ent dethron^ mentally. Ill King Talal I ye'sterday and proclaimed his 17-yearold son as King Hussein I .A court envoy left for Switzerland, where the schoolboy Hussefn Is vacationing with his mother, Queen Zelne, and two Brothers. In Lausanne, a Swiss official said the royal family would leave tor Amman on Sunday. Government sources said the new King and his mother would decide the future of Talal, who re porteilly is suffering from schizophrenia (split personality). The i\ • year - old deposed monarch meanwhile is living here is Bas man Pala.ce. Following Hussein's return Premier Tewfik Abul Huda is expected to submit his resignation in accordance with custom, but it appeared certain he would be'asked to form a new cabinet. The premier has endeared himself to the new King and his mother by fighting to maintain the boy's rights to the throne against intrigues which have plagued 1 , the divided royal family. Hussein, up to now a student at England's famed Harrow school, will not exercise the royal powers until his I8th birthday next spring. Until Ihen, a regency council — the senators who had acted for his lather for the past three months — will act tor him. In Lausanne, a representative of the royal family said Hussein's mother would not .permit him to give interviews at the present time. "He is too young to talk to the press, the Queen feels," the official said. Parliament deposed the 41-year old Talsl after hearing medical re ports that there was no hope for his recovery. He had been King for. slightly less than 13 months — since the assassination July 20 1951, of his father King Abdullan— but actually had ruled for only eight moths. At the time of Abdullah's death, Talal was receiving medical treatment in Switzerland and his brother, Prince Naif, served as re gtnt for the first two months of his relfen. When Talal returned to Europe last spring, a throne conn ell was named on May 15 and has exercised the royal responsibilities ever since. Rods Report on Resistance vta.64 eessyyxu v bb742aed 12 Moscow ttB — Pravda reported today a stiffening of North Korean resistance to United Nations forces and ai» Increasing determlnaton throughout that battle-torn country to win "total victory." The article in the Russian Communist party's newspaper had a Cancer Varies in Different ,~v Parts of World AP Science Reporter WASHINGTON f*!-The preva- Icnce of cancer varies in different countries and under different condition*, the 17th International Geographical Congress was told today. For example, the delegates were told cancer of the lung docs not exist In Iceland or Korea but it is relatively more common in Africa, Indochina, India, Malaya, In- th°a n n S ' a Qnd th ° Phll!ipinB Islands the tongue in certain cancer I. " communities in India. The cancer facts were a high- ght of the first ,-oport of the Men Really Like this Colonel By RELMAN MO For Hal Boyle NEW YORK tfl — Towle is one of those women make you look twice; -even the bride is hanging on your She is tall, slim, grey-haired handsome. Her eyes are a „.„ .„_„„., blue, cool and appraising. Bright at B o'clock. Hosts and"hos'- ferninine to her finger tips. SOCIETY Pnon. 74411 Between I A. M. tittf 4 P. M, (Calendar Tuesday, August 12 The Hope Country Club will en- ertain with nn election party and ancc for its members Tuesday esses will be the mmiUee. seldom mentions her several •versty degrees, nor what she } been doing the past seven or el^ednesday, August 13 entertainment years. In large part, this has beet Commission on Medical Geog- raphy" of the International Geographical Union-a commission which Is making n world-wide systematic study of the possible relationships between the distribution of diseases and tho environments in which they develop. Dr. Jacques Mny of New York, director of medical studies of the American Geographical Society and also chairman of the International "Medical Geograph" Com mission, said the commission's first aim is to "map" the distribution of all diseases throiiKhout the world. Declaring there is n need to know "who has what and where, he said that once such information in pinned down on a world-wide basis, it may be possible to determine why one person becomes afflicted and another does not. He asserted that "geographical latftors" may be paramount in the distribution of disease. Peace Outlook Not Too Bright—Ike By EDWARD O. ETHELL DENVER (ff\ — Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower says "the outlook is not too bright" for a durable world peace unless Americans gain a thorough understandinfi of the complex problems involved. The Republican nominee told a news conference late yesterday he'll touch,on the subject in t as n the marines. She is a colonel In the corps, rector of'the women marnes. T announced the other day that will retire next year to become dean of woman at the Univer of California. That's her a mater. She comes from To\ Calif., a town founded by grandfather. "Kny," as they call her€ there, wfis up to her eyeballs literature 10 years ago when share of the wnr was getting-ui way. Their dny starts nt 5 a. m., brother, for the next 14 hours, t labor! They get discipline and tl learn manners. You may -h noticed that the Average woi in uniform is at home in al any company. They learn howj walk, and talk, and how to completely self-reliant as an? us ever can be. Hope Federation of Ga,den :iubs will meet at 10 o'clock Wed- icsday morning nt the home of Jrs. Hollis Luck. All new and old ifficcrs arc urged to be present. The Green Laseter H. D. Club vill have a called meeting at the lome ot Mrs. Ernest Cobb at 2 Burke and Mrs. Carlton Samuels as hostesses. Thursday, Augutt 14 The B&PW Club will have their regular monthly business meeting Thursday night, August 14, at 7 o'clock at Hotel Barlow. This is an important meeting us the budget will be presented and approved. All members are urged to be present. Bailey—Cornelius Marriage Announced Miss Frances Cornelius, daughter of W. H. Cornelius of Bodcaw, became the bride of Joo Bailey, son of Mrs. Joe A. Bailey and the lato Mr. Bailey of Prescott. ).m. Wednesday, August 13, Alii Sunday morning, August 10, at 9 nombers are urged to be present. |<The DcAnn Lilac Garden Club ivlll meet in the club room August 13 at 2:30 with Mrs. Jewel • Today Only • every campaign speech. "The great subject of peace '\ how to obtain it," the'general'. Glared, "overshadows all other i. jc-cts because U affects all othei But efforts of newsmen to cii out details of Eisenhower's cil paign plans got nowhere, Thp G! standard bearer did aay ; he >| pects to speak in Philadelphia^ that no date has been set. I Liquidate Any and All Typ€ Businesses HnS&lftiFAgfi&i 1 ^ COL. PAUL. D. OLLER Auctioneer HOl'E ? 15 . ™' H ,°? vo; £ Phone 7-58( Lot Me Help You Plan Your Sal NOTICE Legal Holiday. The banks of Hope will not be open Thursday, August 14, 1952 In observance of World War II Memorial Day. o'clock at the First Mcthodjst Church. The Reverend Vlrsfil D. Keeley officiated at the double ring ceremony before an arch of huckleberry and on either side of the arch were jade trees and two baskets of white gladioli and asters. Miss Colleen Coffee, accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Gosnell, sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." The bride was attired in a white organdy street length dress with matching accessories. She carried a white Bible topped with a corsage of white rosebuds and showered with stcphanotis. Miss Lclia Griffin, maid of honor, wore a yellow organdy dress with white accessories. Her bou quet was of yellow carnations and green satin leaves. Richard Shelton of Stamps solved as best man. Ushers were Raymond Jordan of Hope and Cur Us Ward of Prescott. Mrs. Bailey, mother of the White, daufihter ot Mrs. 3. W. White and thfe laV Mr.'WAtte of this city, became^ the bride of Curtis P. Moore, son of; Mr. ind Mrs. C. C. Moore also of this city. Reverend Virgil D. Keeley, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony before an arch of huckleberry. On either side of the arch was a basket of white gladioli and jade trees. Miss Thalia Chism sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Frank McKay of Waverly, La., uncle of the groom, accompanied her at. the organ, and provided a program of nuptial music. Miss Chism was attired In a ballerina length dress of tee blue nylon, tulle over silk taffeta. She wore shell pink glivcs. pink pumps and a corsage ot pink carnations. The bride given In marriage by her uncle. E. T, Edwards of Houston, Texas, wore a white taffeta strapless floor length dress. The rcdingotc of..white chantllly lace was fashioned"'wityl q fitted bodice, peter pah collar, and blittoned to the waist with covered taffeta buttons. The long fitted sleeves ended in a point on the 'hands. Her finger tip veil of illusion fell from a tir.ra of seeded pearls and rhtnc stones. Her ballerinas were of while satin. She carried a white Bible topped with a white purple of white carnations at her shoulder, Mrs. Moore, was dressed In rfcvy blue lice with white gloves And navy accessories. She pinned »t lier shoulder a corsage of red carnations. The couple received the guests in the vestibule of the church. For travel Mrs. Moore wore an aqua nylon dress trimmed with black velveteen, and black accessories. She pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. After a wedding trip In Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. Moore will be at home at 303 West Avenue B. Both are employed In Hope. Chit of town guests were Mrs. Roland Bryant and daughter. Mrs. Goodlctt Webb and granddaughter ot Murfreesboro, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Edwards of Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKny of Wnverly, La., Mrs. Lance Sparks nnd daugh ter, Nita, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Moore, Toolcy O'Glen of Taylor, Ark., Sammy Harp, nnd Miss Catherine Bassctt of Marshall, Texas. Coming ond Going Mr. nnd Mrs. \V. B. RugsJcs. Lucille nnd Don, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irvin nnd Jack RuRglcs in Rolling Fork, DOROTHY DIX Should Widower Remorry? D 'f» : l Bm ^ n wldow " •«> wed dnt» that t should live with ui » ^ er of 50. My wife passed nwny a ycnr ago. and since I have met a fine woman whom I desire to marry. However, my married daughter, age 21, Is strongly again st this. She feels I am "too old" Markets Grains advanced sharpley In the early trading today with soybcnns leading the way. Wholesale mcnt was mostly unclianKod to n little lower. Hogs were lower nnd cnttlu mostly steady. Cotton futures opened 70 cents to $1.00 a bale higher. Here is today's Commodity port, furnished by the USDA: Hogs are selling 25 to 75 cents lower this morning with the major declines in the i-asl half of the corn belt. Knrly stiles of 190 to 240 pound butchers have bulked from $22.50 to market tops of $23 at Chicago nnd $211.25 at Indianapolis nnd East throated orchid and showered with I Miss. On Sunday they toured the st. Louis. Weights around -\fHEMDI ROME SHORTS • "Harry Owens Musical" • Novelty, "Trial by Trigger" WED.-THURS. Joel Yvonne McCREA -De CARLO THE SAN FRANCISCO twje than has been noted some time in Soviet dispatches from' North Korea. Th* newspaper said that North Koreans were taking steps to "break up the new monstrous provocations of the American interventionists." The erawl stroke in swimming was not known prior to 1900 except in the South Pacific. Utfoi Notict IN THC frROiATE COURT OF HEMMTEAO COUNTY ARKANSAS IN THE; MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF Mrs. Oora Asb*rry, deceased No. 882 I^st knftwn address of decedent: Route I, Hope. Arkansas . of de?»th: June Wth, 1951 . tostrwinem dated November 1st. IMS, was on the 7th day ot August, IMS, admitted to probate as thp U$t will of the above named decedent, «hd the undersigned has been appointed executor there- under. A contest of the probate of tt* will can kw •OectedoAly to filing « MtitMB within the time provided by law. Att persons having dUiras against tfae ««U1C must «*Uw - ^ •" ' iotbe CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK LAST DAY Richard WiOMARK JR. HITS! • Color Cartoon • "Every Dog Has His Day groom, chose a navy blue sheei dress with matching accessories and a white carnation corsage Mrs. Elliot Russell, materna grandmother of the bride, wore an aqua sheer dress with black accessories and a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Mark Cornelius, paternal grandmother of the bride was dressed in aqua linen with black accessories and a pink carnation corsage. After a wedding trip to Rockaway Beach. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will be at home In Malvcrii where they both are employed. Mrs. Bailey is a graduate of Bodcaw High School and Mr. Bailey graduated from Prescott High School. He attended Monticello A&M and received his B. S. degree from Louisiana State Univer- ity, Baton .Rouge, La. slcphanotis. Her only ornament was a single strand ot pearls, gift of tho bridegroom. Mrs. Douglas McDowell, matron of honor, chose a ballerina length dress of pink embossed organdy over taffeta fashioned with a gathered skirt, fitted bodice, scalloped neckline and sleeves. She wore white nylon gloves, white pumps, and a single strand of pearls. Her bouquet was of aqua carnations with a matching bandeau in her hair. Miss Lurlenc White, maid of hon or and sister of the bride, wore a ballerina length dress of orchic frosted organdy over taffeta fash ionocl on identical lines to that of the matron of honor. She also wore a single strand of pearls, white gloves, and white pumps. She carried a bouquet of orchid pom chrysanthemums with a matching bandeau in her hair. J. Samuel Harp of Marshall, Texas, served Mr. Moore as best man. Ushers were Jimmy Compton and Morris Kennedy. Mrs. White chose for her daughters wedding, a dusty pink lace dross with white gloves and black . historical points In Vicksburg. | pounds have sold down to $21.50. Jack returned home after a 2 weeks visit with the Irvins and Don remained for a short vacation Mr. and Mrs. James Ellis of Fort Worth, Texas, wore the week end guests of friends und relatives in Hope. Work Order Issued on Two Road Jobs LITTLE ,ROCK UT) Work or accessories. She pinned a corsage dors for highway projects in St. Francis, Cross and Jefferson Counties were issued yesterday by the State Highway Department. The jobs, contractors and con tract price: St. Francis and Cross Counties GA miles grading, drainage, struc lures and gravel base course, Par kin Highway 70 road Highway 75 D. F. Jones, $101.410. Jefferson County: 4.2 miles grai ing, drainage structures and thre concrete bridges, Althelmer reloca lion road, Highway 79: D. B. Hi: Co., of Little Rock, $287,410. At Omahii ism to 250 pound blithers have sold from $22 to $22.50 Sows share the lower trend vlost enrly sales have been down- vard from $l!).7ft. Now York; Noon October Cotton 38.35 her and her husbnnd; I feel 1 have the r Rht to Uvo the rest of my life as 1 sec fit, without any Interference from my daughter. What Is your advise' 1 E. G, W Answer: Of course, so many factors can enter Into the question of n second marriage for « widower that they can't all be considered here. The mere fact lhal your ytntng married daughter objects to your nuptials Is not a suff dent reason for you to cancel them. Aflpr all, she married — nnd apparently quite young — has established her own home, and Is not looking for mlviso from anyone. She should ccrtnlnly extend to you the same privilege. You're Entitled To Home Fifty Is far from senility, and the des re for a home of one's own Is not confined to any set ORC. Everyone — young and old- has It. If you did acquiesce to dim ghtcr's wishes nnd stayed with her, who's to guarantee that In time she wouldn't tire of having Pop around the house all the time? Toko what happiness you can, Mr. W, und keep your own home. There is one thing you must be sure of! Don't lei loneliness lend Money Not Reason for Store's Selling MONTGOMERY, Ala. I/PI—Money is not the prime consideration in the sale of Montgomery's oldest business establishment—a favorite haunt of sportsmen since 1820. For the first time in three Ken- erations, a member of the Tocld family is nut available to manage Todd's Gun Shop. "Uncle Dnve' Tocld died two months aj;o. His sister, Mrs. Alex Cassimus yesterday advertised the clutlcrcc rcndc/vous for sale. But the buyei must "know guns nnd be a good sportsman." > She also insists there be no "fancy fixings, no gimmicks and no neons" installed to disturb the musty memories. you into a marriage that holds any probability of trouble. Are you sure, the lady of your choice is really a fine and worthy woman? If, In your own mind, you arc certain on thai score, go ahead and bcsl of luck) Dear Miss Dlx: Five years ag<: I married a boy I hud known «• bout eight years. We were both 11 Ton monlhs Inter our son wus born, then my. husband left fo overseas. Ho svas gone two yoni-u nnd In that time I never wen out with anyone, but somehow fell we had grown apriit, so wrote and asked for u divorce Although my' husband didn't wun one at all, he agreed to let m have my way. In the two your since, I have grown up, Insleadic loving my husband less, lov «««in to m*k« our marriage id I in the success, 1 KfltiW we both love esch other, and c«v\ltl establish n woft- derful hdlnt with ouf boy. 0. M Answer: Both you ana your mis- bnnd nre laboring under the hnnti' leap of « I6<**flrly> mflrri«ge. With no conception whatever of the responsibilities ot matrimony, nnd not enough worldly experience lo sot a standard for you, you wore simply two drifters with absolutely no Idea of whore lo land your matrimonial ship or how to steer it. Time brought tho experience nncl at least some ot the wisdom, Now the problem Is, how to patch the wreck thnt your hccdlcssncs* brought on, Naturally your husband is bewildered by your eon- stnnlly chhnglng moods, and docs not know which one to trust. If you can gel him to agree '.o H<> with you, your best solution would be nn Interview with n rop utnblo mnrf'.nge counselor. You can locate one Jn your cily, Dear Miss Dlx: I have been onnagcd, since Christmas, but my mother won't lot mo out more than llirce nights,« week. My boy friend dues nut like tho idua ut nil, nnd Is yetting Ui« idea that my parent* are trying lo. break us up. p. Answer': The number ot nlghls you should, bo permitted out do- ends'.on', so mmty things thnt an roitrnry nnswer la dltttcult. Aro on still In school? Do you work nd would more than three nights ul a week Interfere with tha ro- liiired amount of resiV Unless you •uiy til home doing nulhing, you iiiryly noud a noocl umounl of ileep, und u more Benerous dating schedule. Hum Ihe one you enjoy vould be dofinUely Injurious lo r'inir henlth. Tlu-eo nights n week 6nt. Ho%t! ittt (t should enw ghoxtW^i^ ihcr by yrtT "& friend or older per hfcve this n*fC**rti*_ _„ Kratttlcd Your younfer ill brothers nhoold «JUt61 tho entertaining or, m* ves scarce. Nbthlfirf li ccrtlng to n young fMM. .,,,„ 6f gaping yrtuhit fry ^Wf^ to any. For cntcrttttft'"" might piny a **«••»««. n pu«*lo or dlscuW'lwWl^ tics. Lcmonnde and edoKiai^ll provide simple' rt5ft6«hrnflh% tho yo,ung roon .oould , ! Av*tl drnftod Into tho Kltchon Vo'l tha lemonade. Keleosod By Thefljelt' him more, and realize wlinl horrible mistake I made, Now can't make him realize it wus mistake, ond that I'd like to tr scums lu mu lo bo aniplu dating time. Dear Miss Dix: Tho custom In our town is tlint, after u dale, tho buy uomcs lo tliu girl's house foi about an hour. How can 1 enter lam him when 1 have no 'tele vision, phonograph or records, unc an tmewporuUve family? PAT Answer: 1C there IN one quality the parents ot tin adolescent girl or boy should have, It's the uwnru ness ot tho youngster's need for a social life In which she can foci secure mid poised. The best way to cultivate this asset Is to par- mil the girl lo have hor friends HOPE rjRIVE-ll 8, Main A ciitttify Club &tti "4 ma Viveca Undfor« ( t JI have boen',w.or(a()r In belnK" roftOr'ad ' (o nftor being cripplca^in^ Joint In my body ttfta%ilK' from nonrt t6 foo Rheumatoid . , forms of Rhoumfttlimv * ham , formed nnd tny unklos^werc-i Limited SPRCO prohibit* ',',tj? you more h(wo. ( qut write me I will eeply toll you how,, 1 u-ecoived' th)| dorful rollcf, 2805 p. o. BOX im , i , ,„» », (-; Jackson 7, MI»slnlpplh.;J| Playlet Presented To WSCS Monday A playlet "Cast Thy Bread" was presented by the Woslcyan Service Guild under the direction o£ Mrs. Lawrence Martin when WSCS met Monday afternoon, August 11. Those taking part in the playlet were: Misses Lurlene White. T.m- da Moore, Pat McGill and Billle Dawn Franks. Mrs. James Me- Larty, Jr. sang "God Is My Strong Salvation" accompanied by Mrs George Murphy at the piano. Mrs. L. B. Tooley, uresident, prw sided over the business sessio.l- Quarterly reports were given by the circle chairmen. Mrs. E. D Galloway closed the meeting with prayer. In the circle count, Circle No. 2, Miss Dell McClanahan. leader, had the most members present. Miss Shirley Ann White, Curtis P. Moore Wed On Saturday morning, August 9, at 10 o'clock at the First Methodist Church, Miss Shirley Ann ~ ^^^.^•^—~-*«^-.—^J^A——••_—„ if$ AttfoffW YOU'LL LOVE TO LIVE IN RIALTO * 2 Days Only WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY ADULTS ONLY! • ALL SEATS 50c • Pass List Suspended For This Attraction DOORS OPEN 1:45 P. M. Show starts 2:00 P. M. FEATURES AT: 2:20-3:50-5:20-6:50-8:20-9:50 •«D* V *"' V «ti|», candy-»t!<;k broadcloth ..,.,,. .jtf ^Ivwybody lev«$ iri Crisp and band-box fresh for suits oad ^f\ % \ %.,lh» Wows» whh the IWI 9 curve collar... and briaht canay « itrip*9n white. SHIFn SHQK's own beavHM toiled tpuches^ jfi fliw combed cotton broadcloth...feoby.^,, buwoned.,. * lovely, ever washable. Si ?e s 30 to 381 AIR - CONDITIONED luniors * / Blithely on the go with you from coffee to curfew! Yes... you're smart'and thrifty when you make your wardrobe a wardrobe of smart Minx Modes juniors.., those lovable, livable junior dresses that you see sp often in all your favorite fashion magazine*. 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