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, Monday, September 13, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Social ana P erfonal _Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Social Calendar Notice The regular monthly business 'meeting of the JOY Sunday school class of the First Baptist church has been postponed until further notice. lips and short matching j Tuesday, September 14 J The Winsome Sunday | Class of the First Baptist church | will meet Tuesday at the church :,.fJ'7:30 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. i Jack Hervey, Mrs. W. R. Mosely i and Mru. Harold Gunlcr I Wednesday, September 15 i There will be a special meeting of the Board of Education of the First Methodist church in tho Chapel of the church at 7:30 p.m. All members of the Board arc urged to be present as we will have election of officers and teachers lor the new church school year. J'rhe A/alca, Lilac, Iris, Rose and Gardenia Garden Clubs of this city will have a joint luncheon at the Barlow Hotel, Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. This will be thc first meeting of the new year and all members are urged lo be present. ' rhu Paisley P.T.A. will mccl Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock in the school auditorium. The executive committee will meet at two-thirty. All members vrc urged to attend. . --. • - gowns, bonnets and mitts identical to that of the School mat , r ° n of . honor - All of the alien- church a™ 1 * earned contrasting bouquets. Martin L. Crow, Hope, served his brother as best man, and grooms- S 10 , 11 w m' u Paul L - M ahoney Jr., Robert T. Cook III, F. B. Ward Jr Kenenth G. McRae III, Hope, and James E. Turner Jr., Houston, Tex A reception in thc Mirror room of Albert Pike hotel followed the ceremony. The table was covered with a net over satin cloth, and fern and white flowers encircled the punch bowl and tiered wedding cake, which was flanked by silver candelabra holding lighted white tapers. Serving were Miss Virginia Lee, Prcscott, Mrs. Robert E Richardson, Mrs. James M. Coatcs Jr Mrs. Elvin Peterson, Miss Janic Brainerd, Miss Mary Kay Simmers, I'ort Smith ,and Miss Martha Gene Bale. For travel Mrs. Crow wore a Stewart green wool broadcloth suit with brown and coffee accessories, and pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Crow will be at home at Commerce street —Ark. Gazette Claxton-Crow Wedding Saturday In a ceremony performed at 4-30 o'clock Saturday afternoon in Second Presbyterian church, Miss Mary Katherine Claxlon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Porter Clax- lon. and Neil Edward Crow soa of Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Charles row? Hope, were married. .The Rev. Marion A. Boggs officiated before an arrangement of white gladiolus, pnlms. fern and a Sjickground of candelabra holding righted white tapers, Mrs. Guy H". Mathis and Louis Vaughan Jr. provided nuptial music. 'The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ice-blue Duchess satin yown with satin-covered buttons, I'.xlendins from tho turned- clown collar to the low waistline and full hoop skirt gathered into a bustle back. Her imported silk illusion veil was shirred to a half hat of ice-blue satin and pearlized wmgc blossoms, and her bouquet W white blossoms was centered with a white orchid. Mrs. James A. Winn Jr. was matron of honor, and wore a French blue slpipor satin gown with a square neck outlined with a small collar and full hoop skirt gathered to a long bodice. She wore a matching satin bonnet lined with for quick comforting ht2p for Backache ^IcniuniaUc Pains, GetttnB Up Nights, stronf cloudy urine, irritating passages, Log Pains circles under eyes, and. owollcn ankles, due to non-organic and non-systemic Kidney and Bladder troubles, try Cystax. Quick, complete satisfaction or money back guaranteed. Aal your_drugglst_for_CY5te» today -TODAY—TUESDAY- FEATURES 2:23 - 4:31 - 6:47 - 9:03 SUSAH Hayward VAN Heflin in * TODAY e TUESDAY •^ FEATURES • "2:00 - 3:45 - 5:30 - 7:33 - 9:2G ;< Barry FITZGERALD Howard DUFF. Dotolhy HART tU+LUUl: •„«„..!.!«„ „,,.,, ostrich mitts. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara riencke. Miss Pally Sue Thomas, Miss Mary Alyce Branch and Miss Vance Smith, Helena, Miss Nancy Claxton, sister of the bride was junior bridesmaid. They wore French " ' ' The Doctor Soys: By EDWIN P. JORDAN, M.D. Written for NEA Service The atomic ago is just as much of a shock and a problem to physicians as to everyone else. With (ho possible exception of a very few recent graduates from our medicnl schools, physicians must learn from the ground up what can or should be done for the victims of any possible atomic bomb attack. The bombs dropped at Hiroshima and Nagasaki arc now known as "baby bombs." It is claimed that models 1000 times more powerful are now possible. If such bombs were used, they could cause death and injury 500 miles from the place where they fell. One authority recently stated that a single such bomb, dropped on 20 of our largest cities, could bring death to over 20,000,000 persons. Toll of Doctors High Of course, physicians, who would be expected to care for the survivors of any ' future atomic disaster, do not bear charmed lives. At Hiroshima, 260 of the 300 physicians residing in that city were killed or severely injured by the atomic explosion. Not a single hospital was left in a good enough con- dition to serve the needs of patients. These facts are no! mentioned to cause unnecessary alarm. However, they do mean that, if atomic warfare comes to pass, the medical profession will be faced with a i colossal and entirely new task in i trying to care for those who survive long enough to need medical care. Physicians. as much as any others, hope that any preparation for the care of such victims will prove to be an entire waste of on the absence of such an enter- time. But it, is not snfo to count. gency. and. consequently, the rned- , ical profession is preparing as best ! it can to meet any disaster of this j nature which might develop. Poge Throe r DOROTHY DIX Career For Widows i Note: Dr. Jordan is unable to . answer individual questions from . readers. However, each day he \ , will answer one of the most fre- | qucntly asked questions in his col- I umn. QUESTION: What can be done ; for vomiting and cramps in the i abdomen, lasting for over a year? I ANSWER: Such a condition is 1 always serious. Every effort must be made to determine the cause and to remove or treat it, whether i it lies in the stomach, in the intestines, or in the nervous system. Hoy Scout trjop 62 of th M'.-thodist church of H,p.-. hold its regular weekly nieeiii,!,' tonight (Mondayi in the chinch basonx-nt. Part of the )>ro«,v.i;-, will be devoted to preparation for a special ceremony to be pn.-:;ented by troop (ii! on the "conn. of honor" program ,'iext Tlinrsdav nisht. 'I he court of honor to be held at the First Baptist chinch Educational building Thursday evening at 7:3P, promises to bo of interest to the entire family, n j, s a c i;, ; . tnct v.-icle affair. Boy Scouts and their families from nil o.'cr Hem[)- steacl county are u.-150.1 to attend the court of honor. Clyde Coffee and Dewcy Bab-r. leaders of troop 62 stated tint several scouts from that u-cp would receive a.vr.rds Thursday evening. There are more than 17,500 barn fires annually. Coming and Going Miss Alice Lilc left Sunday for Jackson, Mississippi where she will enter her Junior year at Bclhaven College. Mrs. E. O. Wincfield returned Sunday from a tour of California and the Pacific Northwest. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDowell and children of Ft. Worth. Texas were the week end guests of Mr. McDowell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell here. Mrs. S. E. Lee of Texarkana was the Sunday guest of her aunt Mrs. J. S. McDowell and Mr. McDowell here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Crani; who have spent the summer with their parents in Hope and Sterlington, Louisiana, will be at home Jn Ruston, Louisiana after September 15 where Mr. Crank will attend Louisiana Tech. School of Engineering. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Archer returned Friday night from Evanston, Illinois where they accompanied their daughter, Miss Norma Jean Archer, who will enter Northwestern for her sophomore year. Mr. and Mrs. John Pursini of AHadcna, California are here for a visit with Mrs. Pursini's sisters, Miss Hazel Abram and Miss Bea Abram. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crank and Mr. Linton Crank of Coraopolis, Pa. have returned from a week end visit with their sister. Mrs. Virgil Williams and Mr. Williams in Walters, Oklahoma. Miss Martha Waddle has returned to her home in Dallas after a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Waddle and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Simms left Sunday for Arkadelphia where they will enter Henderson State Teachers College. Miss Edith Ward has returned from a week end visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones and John G. Adams in Little Rock. By Efswyth Thane Copyright If Cfsxylli Tni Distributed by NEA SERVICE, INC. Dear Miss Dix: I was left a widow and I was wondering how 1 would keep from being lonely and growing old when a friend suggested taking >ip baby-sitting as a career. So many young mothers simply are frantic because they cannot go out at night with their husbands to any place of amuse- They are tied down like slaves to Junior's cradle. So I put an advertisement in the paper, giving my credentials and saying that I would bo glad to serve as a baby-sitter at forty; cents an hour, day or night, and 1 have been simply overwhelmed with customers. I find the work pleasant because it. brings back memories of when my own child- , rcn wore babies. It keeps me from i I are hard pressed for money thcm- j selves and cannot afford 'to give Mother any more than her bare living. They may nol be strong enough to do heavy work but they are able to watch over and care for sleeping children. These women, having been mothers themselves, know far betler 1 ness. Probably no grownup pcrsoh can have as violent an attack 6t being in Jove as teen-ager.t dd, They are about the only ones who lose their appelites over some girl or boy on whom they have it temporary crush. Middle-aged people, as a, rule. take their iovc affairs soberly arid j quietly. They don't cry Ihcir feel- J ings aloud to the worid, but they , arc capable of a deep and lasting devotion. * by The Bcli Syndicate, Inc.) in their children's homes, and turn them from dependents into paying gucsls. And Ihe baby-siller would seem like an angel sent from Heaven for the delivery of many a poor bored young mother from imprisonment in a concentration camp, to freedom. A baby can be the greatest tyrant on earth, and a girl mother THE STORY: Dying in the Indian desert, British secret agent Hilary Shcnstonc feels a desperate need to get back to England and to Nuns Farthing, his family home. He doesn't know the housa has been let and that dreamy, 17-year-old Sabrina, whom lie has never met, has adopted his old room and eagerly awaits his return. Hilary docs return to England and to Nuns Farlhin--!—aflor death. He is in his old attic room when Sabrina comes up. She is unaware of his presence but Hilary manages to get through to her a little and she seems happy. Hilary realizes she is the gu-1 he would have loved if he had lived. Next day, Sabrina learns of Hilary's death from his brother, George. Miss Wilma Jean Hawthorne of Saratoga has entered nurses training at Baptist Stale Hospital in Little Rock. Hospital Notes Branch Mr. and Mrs. Myron Blake of Hope Rt. 2 announce the arrival of a baby boy on September 11, 19-18. „ Admitted: Mrs. Myron Blake, Hope. Discharged: Master Emmitt Barrett, IJossto'i. Dcnton Hampton, Patmos. Mrs. Thomas Barber, Hope. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. P. W. Raschko, Rt. 1. Hope. Alfred Anderson, Noble, La. Evelyn Irene Adams, Rt. 1, Emmet. Discharged: Mrs. L. A. Gathright, Saratoga, Arkansas. Mrs. Robert Stevens, Stamps. Josephine Admitted: Mrs. Fred Fuller, lit. 1. Hope. Mrs. M. W. Morton, Patmos. Mrs. W. S. Faulkner, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Oliver Mills. Hope. F. T. Mitchell, Columbus. Mrs. II. W. Beatly, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Mrs. Glenn Hatfield and little daughter, Hope. Mrs. J. D. Gardener and little daughter, Hope. Clubs Doyle Club The Doyle home demonstration elub mei Wednesday. Sept. o, at the huiPo 01 Mrs. J. H. Jeii'ers; with ll.? mviiiijers. 1 visitor, and -1 chil- jdren present. The regular program for the month was carried out with a discii.ssio.tt of business mallei s. We had an anciion sale which brought a good sum ni money to put into the treasury. The demonstration was inuking and covering sesvniy boxes, which turned out very nicely. Several v.ainos were played. The cakes and punch. Tin: next meet- ling will be Oct. 13 at the home of Kirs. Clyde Hutsoa. Women on the island of Clieju off ihe coast uf Korea iraditionally earn the family living by diving for shells and oilier soa products while the men often tend the children and prepare the muuls. XXI Sabrina, flung face down across Hilary's bed, drained dry of tears and spent with sobbing, heard them—too late—coming up the stairs. Hilary, who was hanging over her in an agony of helplessness —"But I'm here, my darling—I'm quite safe, I've come back to you, can't you understand'?"—retreated to the far corner by ihe chest of drawers to watch whatever form of desecration George would choose to visit upon his brother's property. He had been sitting by the window when George drove up. and so had witnessed the brief tableau under the tree, and Sabrina's stumbling escape to the sanctuary had carried her blindly past her own bedroom door and up tho second flight of stairs to him. But so far it was beyond his power to penetrate her grief with any sense of his usual invisible presence. Just as she was quieting, limp and receptive. just as he hoped to reach her once more with some form of comfort. George and Aunt Effio entered, followed by Mrs. Pilton carrying a pile of folded dust-sheels. Sabrina sal up on the bed and looked at them bleakly, making no move to go. "Oh, there you arc, darling," Aunt Effie began, too brightly. "We were just saying downstairs, you mustn't take this too har.d. Because after all, as Mr. Shcn- stonc has very sensibly pointed out, it isn't as though you had ever actually met his brother, is it?" Aunt Effie had been trying to explain Sabrina's odd behavior to Hilary's brother. She had told him that her niece had found her way into Hilaiy's room . . . Mrs. PiHcn had thought it all right as long as nothing was disturbed. Sabrina had formed a childish attachment for the man whoso books she had been reading, and perhaps the news of his death was a little sudden. . . weak, spent way. bent over sidewise as though she had a broken wing, thought George, watching her helplessly. "Mrs. Pilton," cried Sabrina, clinging to the wardrobe door, "promise you won't take his things away! Promise you'll leave his clothes—" The housekeeper straightened from swathing the bod in white, and her eyes met Sabrina's across it. and then went on to Aunt Effio's dismayed face ,nnd came at last to George, who was wishing he had brought his mother along to tell him what to do. "I think, sir, that at least for the time being—" "Very well, Mrs. Pilton, ] it entirely to you," he hastily. "Thank you, sir." "Now, Sabrina. you're wrought and hysterical." Effie laid an urgent arm her. "I want you to come along ^ "Uhcn planning a bathroom,; cion t take ;\ short-cul on space i needs," advises Mrs. Lorraine! Blaekwood. home demonstration | agent for Hcmpstead county. I for safety and convenience when planning thc bathroom, remember I mat every bathroom needs these I things; j 1. Space for the door to full width. open young mothers who sorely need some help. MRS. M. C. Answer: I call the attention of all lonely middle-aged and elderly women, who don'l know what 'to do with their time (that they have too much of), and who need a little pocket money, to this new avenue of employment that has opened up for them, ft is a godsend. to all concerned. Changes Status It is an occupation thai should appeal lo women who have had to go to live with children, who ^. Space enough belwecn fixtures | for a person to move around and i clean ihcm easily. I •'J. Adequate space for storage cabinets and towel rods. Although more space is desirable, il it can be arranged, minimum space requirements as recommended by the agricultural Extension Service are: 1. Two feet between the front, of J'ny fixture and the wall across fvom it. 2- One and one-half feet between the front of the lavatory and the front of the water closet. 3. A lloor area of 30 by 20 inches along the side of the bath tub. It is quite important when plan- down quietly convinced to your room and li till dinner time." Thwarted, rebellious, of some deliberate against herself, and ; ary if it came to that. Sabrina allowed Aunt Effie lo lead her away towards her own room. She glanced back from the lop of the stairs, and saw George reaching , v . lv .,, to draw thc curtains across the'scale leave : . -, agreed <"'"# Bathrooms to make sure that a sufficient amount of space is allowed for each fixture as well as between them. "A way to be sure that you are •ibout i acclua '° ' n y° ur Planning'," sug- '..I , itiesls Mrs. Blaekwood, "is to make from brown over- Aunt paper, or newspapers, cut-outs exactly the size of the fixtures you plan to use. Then arrange the cut-outs on thc floor of the bathroom, or on a floor space the same size. Keep shifting the localion and spacing of thc paper fixtures until Anoue w measuring is to on paper a floor plan to thc of one-half inch to a foot sunny windows by the desk, and 1 Make cut-outs of fixtures to the noticed how his coat pulled in ugly j same scale. Draw lines to show straining wrinkles across his ugly jlocation of window and door .Then fat back. . | arrange thc small scale cut-out on (To Be Continued) the floor plan. Karachi, Pakistan, Sept. 13 •— (fP)— Mahomed Ali Jinnnh, founder and first governor-general of Pakistan, was buried last night with full military honors. Jinnan, who was 71. died here Saturday night of heart disease. His fight of .many years for Moslem Pakistan free from Hindu India was crowned with success in the sub-sontincnt /.ug. 15. 1947. Jinnah had been governor-general of i'ic Moslem dominion since thai time. Government sources here said they expected can announcement from London ai any moment naming a new governor-general, who is the direct, representative of King George VI in this portion of Sind province, was mentioned as a possible successor to Jinnah. Official sources said Prime Minister Ali Khan prefers to retain his preserjt post. (In London, British commonwealth officials said they had no inkling of who may succeed Jinnah. The new governor-general will be appointed by King George VI only on recommendation of the Pakistan government, the office of commonwealth relations said.) ncr. Nor can she get any change of scene, as she has to let her husband go out at night with gay friends while she stays at home and watches the baby sleep. She becomes a veritable martyr. Perhaps there never will be again a plenitude of good old family servants to help rear the children, as there used to be. But there always will be lots of elderly women who need to earn a litlle pocket money; so thc institution of tho baby-sitter fills a long felt want. _ • Dear Miss Dix: Arc people of middle age supposed to feel all the thrills of love that are common to youth? Or what should they feel? Are common interests and respect more lo be considered in middle age Ihan heartthrobs and wild emotions? A. B. C. Answer: Emotions arc a mailer of temperament, and age has very little to do with it. That is. of course, if you eliminate childish- Earn Good Income You train witli modern equipment.., Learn liy Seeing . . . Listening . . . Doing . . . Friendly instruction liy proved e.vperis. Lei us <lo for jofi wlial tvc.ti.itc done for lliousnmfs of snccc^fnl j;nn(ualcs — nmuv <)W N. F.US Ol- Til F.I R OWN SALONS. Emv Terms Earnl! .-Jut Dnlf If'riU'fur ' ffi/urum'/i'ai) Here's Good News! Are you betwaen thc ngss of 38 and 52 una Botf.B through that trying functional 'ailddlo-nge' period peculiar to women? 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"So Mrs. Pilton is going to put out the dust-sheets, just as they always used to do when he was coming back, you know, and draw the curtains, just to keep the sun from the carpel, and —" While Aunt Effie prattled on, Sabrina's stricken eyes sought the housekeeper's in a look of sheer despair. Without seeming to avoid that appealing glance, but equally i without responding to it, Mrs. Pilton bent to shroud a chair with swift, competent movements. Her dark, .secretive face was set in its habitual calm. And George; —her eyes went back heavily to Hilary's brother— George was at the defenseless desk. Efficiently his thick hands went through the blotter and the drawers down the lefl side, t'jar- | ing the written .-neels of )>o>'t:''.'ial I letters across and ac.">ss at: be ear'(' to them. "Tiny bliyhter, wasn't he' ' George was say-n^. "No* iriuc.'i lo do after all. 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