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Tuesday, August 31, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Social Calendar Wednesday, Sept. 1 Circle- No. :j or First Christian Church Auxililary will meet in the home of Mrs. Thomas l-'enwick. (il, r ) S. Pine, Wednesday, 7:4Ij p. Thursday, Sept. 2 The Pat Clcburne U: D. C. will have ils regular luncheon meeting at ]U:I«) at the Barlow hotel Thursday, Sept. 2. Thursday, Sept 2 Mr.s. Kelly Bryant and Mrs. Basil York will be hostesses for the regular semi-monthly bridge-luncheon at the Country club Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Members plannini; to att.ed are asked to contact one of the hostesses. Mope Chapter No. 328. order ot the Eastern tar, will meet in the Masonic hall Thursday, Sept. 2, at ii o'clock. Ida Catherine Dnnlel Weds Charles C. Stuart • 'Of interest to the many friends in Hope and Prc.scolt is th-j wcd- diiiy of Miss Ida Catherine Daniel anil Charles Crittenden Stuart, which was soiemni/.ed Sunday afternoon, Auyusl 29, at 5 o'clock, in ^ "They're put on so skillfully they look and wear liko new." THEY SAVE YOU MONEY, TOO. Nrw-mi'thcx-J Invisible hnlf-s give full-sole appearance oru-( /ing in r —at a considerable; • They lack like brond new wluMa soles . . . but co',1 you Ic.-,',. We , lake pride in our invisible half- sol mg—for men's, sv omen's and children's shoes. You •will like cur work. It's smart to buy rjoorJ shoes-—and keep 'them in good repair, ' JOHNNY'S SHOE REPAIR 114 E. Third SI. Hope, Ark. LAST DAY FEATURES 3:49 - 5:31 - 7:23 - 9:21 • With —•® Joe Sawyer © William Tracy © Virginia First Presbyterian church of Prescolt. Miss Daniel is the damihter of Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Daniel of Pre;;- eotl. Mr. Siuart is tile son ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles Critlcnden Sluarl, of this city. The impressive double ring ceremony was read by the Ilev. Wm. G. Bensbert;. pastor ol (he church, , . ... bclore a beautiful arrangement of chapter of the j woodwardia, white asters and ' while crepe myrtle inlerspertd with the branched candelabra. Prior to the ceremony, the org- i anist, Mrs. Warren Ctmmiinf>s, I played a program of nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Lera Johnson, soloist, who sana "Because" (d'Hardelot) and "I Love Thee" (Grieg). Miss Julia Ann C'Mhea of Arka- clelphia and Miss francos Ann Atkins of Fordyce lighted the taper:;. Little Miss Pamela Daniel, niece ot the bricl'.:. was flower girl and was dressed in pink brocaded ory- any over taffeta with a halo of pink rosebuds. She carried a basket of rose petals and scattered them in tin; path of the bride. Miss Rebecca Daniel was her sister's maid of honor. She was Downed in ice blue slipper satin with fitted bodice, and a bertha of satin falling from (he deep off (he shoulder yoke, a circular skirt, matching elbow length mills and a halo of net fastened to a bandeau of flowers. She carried an arm bouquet of yellow asters. Miss Bernieee Daniel sjrvecl her sister as bridesmaid and she wore a peach colored slipper satin gown fashioned like that of the maid of honor with matching headdress and carried an arm bouquet of orchid asters. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white slipper satin- fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, titled bodice and long sleeves tanerini; to points over the hands. The skirl lengthened into a long cathedral (rain. She carried a while Bible topped with a purple throated orchid. Her linger tip veil of illusion fell from a coronet ot seed pearls. She wore a single strand of pearls, a if I of the groom. Fo.y Mammons, Jr.. of this city, served the groom as best man, and ushers were: Milford Daniel. , brother of the bride, of Newport; | James Daniel of Prcseott. brother I of tlu bride; iJill Tolleson of Hope. I Fdwm Davis of Oakdale. La., and John Hawkins of Foreman, cousins ol the groom. | Mrs. Daniel, mother of the bride. | wore an afternoon dress of black j shadow crepe \vilh black accessories, white elbow length gloves j and a shoulder corsage of while gardenias. Mr.s. Stuart, mother of the groom, chose a brown printed crepe with matching accessories, and pinned a while .gardenia corsage at her shoulder. While the couple knell on Ihc white kneeling bench tor the nuptial blessing, Mrs. Piensberg sang "Tin- Lord's Prayer." Immediately following llvj ceremony a reception was held in the homo, of the bride's parents, after which the young couple left for a wedding trip. They will malic their home in Fayotlevillo where the groom is attending the University of Arkansas. For traveling, the bride chose a brown faille suit with matching accessories and pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. Oul-of-lown guests at the wedding were;: Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tolleson, Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Finley Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, Mrs. L. A. Foster and Miss Elizabeth ear Buddy Evans fo Join Insurance Agency Staff Thompson (Buddy) Evans. ,Tr connected will) B. !(. Hamm Motor Co. hero for a number of years tomorrow, September I. will join the staif of the Hoy Anderson t V Co., insurance agency, it was an noiinced yesterday. Poge Three Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rider Mr. and Mrs. Mack Stuart. Mrs W. V. Foster, Miss Mabel Kihe ridge, Mr. and Mrs.Fo.y llammons Sr.. and Jimmy Dick and Judy, all of Hope; Miss Helen Troy ilam mons. Dallas; Miss Elizabeth Hoi- ton, Miss Ella Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Holt, Washington.Ark. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bryant, Fulton Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Stuart. Colum bus; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hawkin and Edward and John, Foreman Mr. and Mr.s. J. W. Davis and Ed win Davis, Oakriaie, La.; Mr. and Mr:;. J. H. Ward, T-xarknna; Miami Mrs. Wm. E. Tolleson, Fa> etlcville; Mr.s.J.M.Gactley, Shrevo port; Mrs. Sleele Moore, Dallas Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Sluarl, Lan:> burg; Mr.s. W. N. Munn.Pine Bluff Miss Sarah Miinn. Little Rock; Mi B. J. Miinn, Longviow .Texas; Mrs Irvin Garner and Miss Mary Jo Bolhca, Arkadelphia; Mr. and Mrs Ben Hmes, Camden; Mr. and Mr;, Tom Ed Townsend, LiUle Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Clilf Lane, Texai kana; Miss Martha Helen Russell Misy Norma Jean Langley, Miss Demois Ann Hurry, ArKadclphia Miss Mary Fvelyn Stanley, Mr. and Mrs-. Mason B-jarcy, James Boh var, Miss Bobbie Jean Johnson,Hot Springs: Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Daniel and lamily of Newport. DOROTHY DIX Jealous Mothers vs 41 Mrs. J. E. Hollincjsworth Honored on 80th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gallowaj ol Stamps enlerlamed Monday with a birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Galloway's sister, Mrs. J. 1C Hollm^swonh, who was cel.braling her mull birlliclay! After a delicious dinner the lion urec! was presented with a basket containing lovely yiti.s. The com bniLCl aHc.s ol ilie seven sisters and nrolheit) total:; h'7ij years. Sisters present werj; Mrs. S. L r'uller. Mrs. Kd Hussell, Mrs. Isai ah.Russell, Mrs. Lorena fuller, a OL Hope; and Mrs. II. R. Petre ot iviincien, La.; one brother, J. W Goynes, and Mrs. Coynes, of Hope iNeieus present were: Mrs. Fayc i'aiker ol Ureenvillu, IVliss, i'aye jjyron llelncr 01 Hope; Mrs. JJui sey White, Mrs. Ilujjn iiearclen, all ol Hope; and Mrs. 11. B. IJicu of Magnolia; one nc-phew, Jlollis Gallow. iy 01 Stamps. Grair:! neiees and nephews pres- . cut were: Mrs. Tillman Bearclcn, Tim and Billy Bearcl^n, Arlhnciale and By ron Ocnson Hefner, Jr., Joann White, Jackie White, Martha Elaine luee ol Magnolia, Miss Janet Sue Galloway ot Wiehila, Kas., Utner relauxes included: Miss Ida Arnett ol Hope. iff entrance to the warehouse^ luxurious studio of Edith Lufyens, New York costume designer, winch she decorated herself. Examples of her ingenious ideas, pictured above, arc the rug made by binding squares of second-hand carpeting, and the pale bluc'paintcd wicker furniture. Left, Miss Lulycns covers a wall with cheesecloth' sprays \vitli paint and stencils on design, lower left. Below posed in fiont ol a w ill muial she made fiom old bathroom mirrors, Miss Lutycn.s stitches bound carpet squares together By Efswyth Thane Copyright by Etiwyrti Tfionc — Diiuibulcd by NEA SERVICE. INC Coming and Going Mrs. W.11.Glover and son Dorsey David ot Matvern have returned to tneir home aller a visit with Mrs. Lilover s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Mcliac,, Sr.. sfcj siarring Loi) McCALLISTER June HAVER ..in W.ilicr BRtNNAN WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY ^ W Miss Alice Lorraine Heard left Monoay by plan,; lor Kansas Slaie, Manhattan, Kas., to participate in the Rush Week ol Pappa Delta sorority. ti,n route snc will be joined by js.appa Deltas from Oklahoma City, Tuisa and Kansas City. Miss Heard is president ol Kappa Delta Association of Women Suidenls at Oklahoma A. & M.. The girls will lutum bunuay to Oklahoma A.&M., Slillwater, lor pro-school Rush week. Miss Heard is a senior student in the School of Art:; and Science. Misses Coritio and Paulino Morris, Thelma Tabor, and Louise Elder lolt today lor Southwestern 1 Biblu School in Waxahacine, Tex- Naxorene Meet 1 io CorvHE'Bue TS^is Week A Nn/.arene revival meeting will continue through this week by the Rev. Paul Reynolds of Texarkana, it was announced today. The meeting is taking place in a tent across from Hempslead Courthouse. Also participating is Prof. Burrell C. Bryant, nationally known artist. The public is invited. BY EDWIN P. JORDAN, M.D. Written for NEA Service Some people seem to have a cial attraction lor lice. It is known THE STORY: Hilary Shenstone, I.!rui.;h secret. ag<:nt lies wounded in Die Indian desert beside a cra- sliccl plane, after completing a da- ngLi-ous mission. He thinks of Nuns Fin thing, his homo in the English ammrysM.!'.,', and feels a desperate need 10 get. back there. He does- that the house has been thai dreamy, 17-year-old I.Si'hnna, whom he has never met, I lias adopted his old room and ea- grrly wails his return. "Tilings nave begun to slip, Bill. . .' he tells the pilol with him as they a- v/ait rescue Hilary returns to London in what seems a dream, s ' )e "'decides 10 enjoy himself, even so and heads lor Jiis club. There he 1 was no reaction, and he wondered if he had conveniently left his emotions somewhere along the way, Of course Alice had always hated his job—even tried to make him promise to give it up and stay in England. It was because had hal expected tills to be his last under taking before handing in his resig nation that he had been so promp and willing on that day that tl^ home office had rung through to Nuns Farthing, ting in was he. this. So George was cut One must look into nt.it. nee win leave me oocues 01 £inds Uvo M j am ily friends: Cal- at them piteous those- who are le:;s attractive to | thorpe, and elderly Lord Totleigh, I rug. "I always them lor those who seem, tor j f . l|h ,, r ()1 H,,,,,.^ fiancee, Alice, a son. I've nev somo unknown reason, to be pref- Th ,.,, cm Uliav , are o f him. Denby bout George, s< if t'hcy from the Home Office, enters explodes a bombshell, lie says that Hii.ir.v Shcnstonc is dead ot a gun- i India. Mr. and Mrs. 13. .1. iJratcher and family and Miss Jo Ann Urateher 01 Hope are visiting relatives in Jaipur, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Me Dowell and Mr. an-.l Mrs. Aubrey Collier, Jr.. and daughter, speiu Sunday with relatives in Avery, Texas. err Then! are several which may infest hu Most of them prefer scalp, except for tlv "crab louse" which got k'}'" 1 ' . | fie stnocl (hen 1 in the warm, fa- . 1 orsimnl cleanliness is the most I mjl| . u . . su ,. ro , lnclllli , s u! \^ s t:Ulb Jn important p;iri ot prevention, j p.,,, Mall a|)i( ,, |u , w t , iat , lc wa ,. lliere is no doubt that bathing in ! ( | L ,., ( | xvarm water and (h(! use of soap; i'>,,'.,,] H., ,., .,|-., ,,i M with n i.. • at least, once a week. together with JJc ' u1 ' Hl - "•• ll ' A(l il vum a u -" frcqucnt changes into clean cloth- ! ing, reduce the chances of aciiuir-! ing lice. Watch the There now tor.y method:; of from the human ^,,. , u , h;i(l 1H;V . t , 1 . k| , ow|1 „„ ( a h'.'lple;;:;. unreason in;.; ]ianic le h I'luti'cred and slruggK'fi strained like the wings of a Iran- several v-.-rv saiisfae- I . UL ', 1i)il( ' 1 ' Tl "' IM "T' i - ; "' ll; ' il 'V,'" "'" :„.:.:...:..., i:.... "a 1 !-• 11le men wlio went thronr.h I the door just ahead of him-—Den- j ny cro.'-:;iiig fhi.' mamle iloor to- I'vavds Hie loun;;e---noni.' of them "Nits' eliminating lit body. Among llic.se nou'rr methods are the unknown as brn/yl benzoate, and. for >f DDT powdi'r, a substance lice, a kind of bomb mad'. 1 Mrs. JJyron Hefner and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Laulerbacli lell today ibody Jor Slr.-lbyville, Tenn., to attend |up of what is called freon pyrelh-1 [',"''.. /.""' ,"..'!:' '.,,' the. Tennessee Walking Horse Sh<nv|rum, which can lie sprayed nvcrj ,.'.-i,V D""l the entire bodv in a few' seconds, j' '^'-'' >.,;'''|i,i,. . provided a suitable place is avail- j u 1 ^ H ' "'in'orclc-r to make anv of Ih.-s,- i ,, li;v ''' , ( ( c i r -4 'i'• wti l.valmenls successful, however. lt! ;il i; , 1( . 1 he w;i.> there. They co- him. They couldn't hear was cut "if Irom lliem odied -invisible — tliL.ro. Tney will return Thursday. i Bill Willis returned today from a ! visit in California. 11 •-• accompanied i Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Little of Texar- i Kana. 'lliey will return Sept. 7. Bill I was accompanied home by Tom ; and Dick Bransford ol Los Angeles ! w.io will leave tomorrow lor the ! SAK house in Fayclteville. They I will attend the University of Arkansas. Mr, and Mr:;, h. U. Tnolcy and family ol Park Drive ar..' spending this week in Texas. visiting al Dallas. Clarksville and Paris. is important lo follow directions closely and, in the case of head lice, to guard against injui-jcs to the eyes. I .ice lay ec.i'.s, or nils, on the body. Tin'.-a 1 halch in about .seven day.-;. The nits are not di'stroyed liv most Conns of trcatmciil, .so lliat more Ihan one treatmenl is oflen necessary, DDT. however, is exception b"canso it last:- nil- III after the nits have hatched, l.ice aid in the spread of sever es. The female louse lav:: ">') ol 1.11) !• ••:::••: a day and the ...o louse v.'i lay:;. i', this cntiUl not really tie. ;:>nie I'lirm of delusion slilt •nighlmat c- - delirium. . . . ltd prove to himself, now . thai tin;, mm,.: simply i.ippencd. lie would speak and then they would til-j they ilh incredulous looks. ! 11 Practically all mothers wan their daughters to marry and ttic- do their utmost to help them corra •uisbnnds, but it is the rarest thin: 'or a mother to make any effor ;o teach her daughters how t< landle the men that they have narried. They seem to think thn invaluable knowledge come; along with the wedding present: and the white satin and cham pagne. Every mother knows from hci WM experience that pulling off ; successful marriage isn't a mattci of luck or inspiration. It take: about 20 years of lime and bar rels of tears for a bride to acquire !he self-control, patience, tact a IK uiowhow that enables her to kecj icr husband eating out of her hand and. liking it. So it would seem that mother! would spend as much time brief 'ng their daughters about how t- ^et along with Friend Husbanr as they did in luring him into Ihc iiatrimonial fold, but such is no the case. After the wedding Moth er turns into a critic on the heartl nstcad of a promoter of connubia jliss. Probably few women arc cruc enough to want to alienate theii laughters from the husbands the- ove and break up their homes, ye .housands of them do it through ! ealousy of which they are uncon scions. They wanted their daugh ,ers to marry, but they canno 1 >car Ihe thought that Susie anr Vlamie love their husbands bettei han they do them. They are upsc, because they no longer arc thr oracles to thorn that they wen when their daughters were little girls with pigtails. Begins Alienation When Mother descends upon llu ncwlyweds before they even have lad tinio to unpack their • wedding gifts—because she can't endure be ing parted from her darling daughter—she has taken the firs "I'm thinking Alice won't miss him as much as we do, at that, said Totleigh, and glanced round at them piteously from the hearth thought of him as er felt that way a somehow—three dou ble brandies. 1 he added as a club servant appeared in answer to the bell. Out Ihis is awful, though Mil ai-.v. They'll have me crying ovei them in a minute. Its not as bad as all that chaps really it isn't he wanted to say. . . . "If its any satisfaction lo us, Denby was saying lo the rest o them, "he had finished the job before they got him. The mullah is caught red-handed. H that's any comfort,' he muttered, contemplating the amber liquid in his glass. And I suppose it ought to be.' "It ought to be to Hilary,' said Callhorpe grimly. And it was, but Hilary had had enough of this. He couldn't go on .standing there and watch them break their hearts over him. He must take himself off till they came round a bit. The brandies would fix them up. . . .He turned away aimlessly, and sidestepped the man returning with a tray on which sal three tall glasses and a siphon. No drink for Hilary, he thought. And I ought to need it worse than do. drifted out into Ihe entrance Proposes Drivers Test Every Three Years Little Rock Aug. 30 —(/I 1 )—State Police Director J. R. Porter pro posed today that Arkansas automobile drivers be required to take •\ lest every three years to retain their licenses. He also suggested at a meeting of the Arkansas Safety Council Ihal the state police department patro Ihe skyways to police air traffic. The council said the proposal.', would be studied further and some recommendations probably woulc be made to the 104!) legislature. Under Porter's plan, driver's licenses would be issued by the state police instead of the stale revenue department. Drivers now arc required to lake a lest only before they are licensed to drive for the. first time. There are approximately filSOOO license drivers in Arkansas. Under the police head's air patrol plan, pilots still would have to be licensed only by the civil aeronautics authority but state police would have a regular air patrol lo police the skyways. Porter said he would retire as state police director when Gov Laney leaves office next January and that the proposals were not for his benefit. It takes about 2,850 tons of coal to make a ton of coke. By law, nine U. S. stales specifically prohibit a man from marrying his wife's grandmother. :tep in the instigation ot an alien- ition suit that may follow sooner 1 Inter. For Mother will always bo un- lerfoot. The young husband and vifo will have no piivacy. They an never hnvc a spat, kiss ana nak'j up because Mother will al- yays be refreshing it, and urging iusic to stand firm and not give: n to her husband. Worse still, Mother, without re- ilizing it, bcgiiTi a smear cam- •>aign on Susie's husband that takes Ul of the glory out of her romance ind makes her think that she has' hrown herself away on a poor dub vho wasn't worth picking up. When , VIothcr suggcsls to Susie that it is ust too bad that Bob is such a , 3oor business man, or that hiS' •able manners need correcting, or hat his taste in neckties is awfuli n- that he doesn't take her step- )ing often enough, the fat is in ho firn. Another marriage has 4onc blooey. And, of course, Mother doesn't > nean any harm. Why. she wouldn't ie wicked enough to bieak up Su- * .ic's marriage for anything. But he turns the trick by pitying Susie. She is alwayt harping on how lard Susie has to work, and Susie C lot having any pictty clothes, andtv lusie not being able to do this or lo that, until Susie takes her trou- )lns and her children and goes > <ack to Mother, who gives her ,tt rosty welcome for she didn't ex- • icct her jealousy to take her that ar. All of which boils down to the fact hat Mother jealousy breaks up norc homes than suens do. Marty md many a divotce would be saV- xl if all mothcis acted upon the idvlce that one old woman I .new gave hei daughteis when hey married She said: "Stick. lo your job. I didn't lear you to • Jc quitters." , '! 'Ilcleasod by The Bell Syndicate, 11 Inc.) i GIRLS! WOMEN! YOU CAN BECOME A BEAUTICIAN .•EASILY, QUICKLY ." © • Steady Employment . ©V,'Highest Earnings © Lifetime Security @ f?ieasant Positions Thousands of successful graduates. MANY OWNERS OF THEIR OWN SALONS-, others employed la Hotels,' Airpomi on Ocean Liners, Salons nil over the country. ® Eraroll Any Date Terms [or Information ,« ' GEORGE BRENT VIRGINIA MAYO TURHAN BEY CAROLE LANDIS ANN DVORAK Hospital Notes Lranch Di: charged: Mr. :;on. Kulton ; l)"lore: lloiite One; Lrla 111M.'e It'oult Due. Wi dn; NiIC -!) a CHS--'.): SI) v: !; 15 j ABC- Id HollviVOl.'l. Ml IS- 11 Speaks. drinks all j hall and collected his hat from the peg. The commissionaire was he de-1 writing nearsightedly in the message book and did not look up. Well, what next'.' What was the good of it, like this? How did one pass one's time. Time'.' There was no sncli tiling as time, any more for him i To lie Continued I Top Radio Programs Central Standard Time New Yiirk, Aug. IU —(/h Tuning tonight: NHC---V.•;.!!) Carmen Cavallaro an . i I;,md: J; Jane I'ickens: !i:lill Call •;Thf Police: !> M'-et Corlis:; Archer; ; f i:.'') ! 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