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'.!•*« ! ? r* (. Wednesday, November 10, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Paae Thre* Social ana I< >octal ana i ersorta! Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A, M. and 4 P. M. Thursday, Nivember 11 < The Clara Lowthorpe Chapter of the U.D.C. will meet at the Fail- Park for a Weincr Konsl Thursday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. NOTICE The Rose Garden Club meeting for this month has been postponed due to sickness. The date for the next meeting will .at a later dale. be announced Wednesday, November 10 The Young People's Mission Aux- \illary will present a Stewardship program at the Fellowship Hour tonight at the First Baptist church. Thursday, November 11 The Business and Professional Women's Club will have their regular dinner meeting at the Barlow Hotel, Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. C. G. Graham Hostess to JOY Class Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the home -of Mrs. Owen Nix with Mrs. Lnhroy Spates as cc-hosloss. Mrs. Herbert Burns, president, presided over the business session at which time plans were completed for decorating the Comnutn ity Christmas tree downtown. Mrs. J, W. Cunningham, assisted by Mrs. John Brill and Mrs. James Bowden gave a most interesting program on "Table Decorations". A large cornucopia filled with fruit centered the dining table which was set with i'ies'taware. Small cornucopias held yellow napkins. The hostess served a delectable dessert plate lo 15 members and one guest, Mrs. W. I. Stroud. r\ •. * All Britain All Excited Over Royal'Event' London, Nov. 10 — M 1 )— The birth of Princess Elizabeth's baby, ex- pocted this weekend, will be as _ I unceremonious as royalty can manage to make it. But traditions that die hard in this land of long memories will see to it that the general public DOROTHY DIX Cure-Ail For Jealousy gets a good show of circumstance 1 .'"'''"' • As the d'a'y^'jtfipro-aphos for the arrival ' of 'a : second-in-line heir presumptive to the throne, excitement is mounting in London. When the news is flashed to the world, Londoners from the C9ckney East End to swank Mayfair can DEAR MISS DIX: I have been married to a jealous woman for seven years and two people couldn't be happier. My family ana friends warned me against marrying her; but 1 loved her and determined to risk it. even though we had several fights all caused by her jealousy. I made up my mind to make her sure of my love, for I realized th& The first prize in the flower ar- be depended upon to stage one of •angement contest was awarded to those mass turnouts that demon rangement ... Mrs. J. W. Cunningham. This being National Flower Week, some of flowers downtown of the arrangements have been placed in store windows. Coming and Going The J.O.Y. Class of First Baptist I „ _ hnrch mot Tunsrlav in l.hn liomn Miss Mary Wilson left Tuesday church met Tuesday in the homo i of Mrs. C. G. Graham with Mrs. £o1 ' Dallas alter Harold Porterfield and Mrs. Jack Beaty co-hostess. Mrs. Charles Reynerson gave the devotional and plans were made for the annual Christmas party. The hostess served delightful refreshments to ten members present. Catholic Altar Society Meets With Mrs. Gehling The Catholic Altar Society met Monday afternoon in (he home of Mrs. Aileene Gehling with Mrs. Richard Blair as co-hostess. The business meeting was presided over by the president. Mrs. Gehling. Mrs. Julian Hosey was elected to be treasurer for the remainder of the year. Final plans for the Bazaar which will be held in December were completed. A visit with her _. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson here. Miss Edith Ward left Wednesday morning to spend several days in Little Hock visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Treadwell of Harrison, Arkansas will arrive Friday for a week-end visit with Mrs. Trcadwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Downs. strata the popularity of the royal family. King George VI has tried to tone down the event. That Was made clear in his unexptcted decision to dispense with the "archaic custom" of having the home secretary come to the polace to "witness the royal birth. On this occasion, for the first time since James II became the father of the "Old Pretender," there will be no representative of the people, "in the proximity" of the delivery room. It was popular suspicion that James' son was not royal, but a changeling, smuggled into the palace in a warming pan that started the custom. This time the king's secretary pomp and her unhappy family life hail made her anxious to "possess" everything she had. After our marriage I had considerable difficulty in adjusting myself to her outbursts of temper, but with paticnca and kind ness I did. The result is that my wife is forever telling me how happy she is and what a different outlook I am giving her and, in her own way, she has rewarded me greatly. I am happy, though married to a jealous woman. I would nor, walk out on my wife is she ware ill, so I treat her jealousy as an illness. Maybe someone can benefit from my experience. J. H. ANSWER: It is not uncommon for optimistic men and women to take mates whom they know to be afflicted with the green-eyed malady and who live scrappily evnr afterward, for jealousy is one of the diseases which rarely yields to treatment. Heartening Letter So it is heartening to read this man's letter and to learn that he has found a cure, or at least a palliative, for this malady that afflicts ho is on the level when he asks me to be his. Should I accept these proposals, or wait until he is sober enough to know what he is doing? UNHAPPY GIRI ANSWER: If a man has to be drunk before he pops the question, you may be very certain that he has no serious matrimonial intentions so far as 3'ou are concerned, end if you aro wise you will not ness goes. He will despise her for in flic mixtures in order to obtain | for a while longer, the best results. Another problem is what infec- | •, -. these substances should be | for. Pneumonia. for ex- tions used ample, does very well when penicillin is given by injection. Several reports have appeared, however, which indicate that some patients with sinus infections and some patients with bionehitis and similar conditions do much belter when they are given penicillin in the form of a mist, fine spray, or dust. Since many of these questions have not been settled, the apparatus to give them is not In the hands of every doctor. Until those doing research on this subject have had a chance to settle some him to sober up to propose to you. | of the problems mentioned, many When a girl marries a man while | patients who might be helped in - '- • ' j_-:__.-_i ._,...,. [}\\s way will have to live up to the name of "patient," and wait Hospital Notes Josephine Discharged: Mrs. George Bright and son, Hope. little -•- ui.j niuv^ nn- -TV.JI i C, o k)uv,iv;vui.vi ., , f i » simply will telephone Home Secre- ?° ma ny otherwise nice people. If tary James Chuter Ede, who in j 1 works, rt certainly ^entitles him jturn will phone the lord mayor of London. The lord mayor then will notify the dean Of St. Paul's Cathedral. St. Paul's dean, will call out the members of the Ancient Society of College Youths, an honorary group pot luck luncheon was planned to be I Mrs. James Rowe and little 'Mrs. Everett Helton and little I of veteran bell ringers who will peal the bells of the great cathedral in honor of the royal birth. daughter, Fulton. held in the Rectory, November 30. During the social hour, the hostess served a dessert course with coffee to nine members. daughter, Hope. Mrs. W. G. Allison, Hope. Circle 2, Women's Auxiliary Meets with Mrs. Finley Ward Mrs. Finley Ward was hostess j to members of Circle 2 of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church, Monday afternoon at 2: 'M with Mrs. Lucy Hannah, co-hostess. For the occasion, the Ward home was beautifully decorated with arrangements of various shades of i'all flowers. Miss Mamie Twitchell presented the Bible Study and Mrs. A. E. Stonequist was in charge of the program on "Presbyterian Program of Progress." Following the business session , •which was presided over by the circle leader, Mrs. C. W. Tarpley, a delightful salcd plate was served to 14 members and one guest, Miss Nancy Deal. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Frank Russell. Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Olo Lloyd, Rt. 3. Hope. Mrs. Douglas Taunton, Hope. Branch Admitted: Master Cecil Rogers, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. W. B. Smith, Hope. Other bells will peal from Westminister Abbey and in the Cathc dral towns of Canterbury and York. The king's secretary also will I cable the news to the heads of the seven dominions, touching off popular celebrations in these globe-circling countries. As the messages are flashed and throngs of Londoners clamor in front of Buckingham Palace for a ilimpse of the new father, Prince Philip. Duke of Edinburgh, the ;uns of the royal army and navy to rate with the scientists who have given us insulin and penicillin and the other wonder drugs. But what shakes my faith in this magic cure all for jealousy is that it seems to depend on the husband making a doormat of himself for his wife to walk over, and to his having to continually admin- ster large doses of flattery to her, flavored with ardent love-making. This soothes the wife's suspicions of all other women, temporarily at least. But the dose has to be coh- repeated, for the jealous he is too intoxicated to know the nature and quality of his acts, as the law puts it, she signs her own death warrant so far as any happiness goes. He will despice her tor taking advantage of his weakness. He will have a contempt for her lor playing a scurvy trick on him. He will drag her down into the gutter u'ith him, and her whole life will be a bitter regret for the folly she has committed. Don't marry any man who doesn't love you and want you while he is sober, and who doesn't intend to make you a good husband. DEAR MISS DIX: We have a neighbor who is a pest. She is always Sally-on-the-spot. She barges into our house when she knows we arc busy with our work. She las no car; but she camps in ours, and we have to haul her around wherever she wants to go. When people come to sec us, she rushes .n to see who they are, whether she knows them or not. And, worst of all, she tries to vamp our hus- oands. who loathe her. What can we do about it? THE NEIGHBORS ANSWER: That's easy. Lock your doors and refuse to let her come in. It will make her furious and that will be your salvation. There is no sense in letting yourselves be victimized by a professional dcadbcat. Iris Garden Club Meets with Mrs. Nix will be unlimbcred. The princess is awaiting the Happy to Re-Wed Man She Sent to Prison Reno, Nov. 9 — (UP)—A wealthy Chicago socialite said today she was "divinely'happy" now that she can remarry the man she sent to jail a year ago for bigamy. Mrs. Frances Taft Pollock, 44, burst into tears when Clark Wil- The Hope Iris Garden Club met I Ham Harris of the Nevada parole board told her handsome William Wilhkowski had won a parole. "Wonderful, wonderful, oh wonderful," she cried, her eyes overflowing with tears. "We'll be married just as soon as Bill gets out of that awful place:" Witkowski, 40, a one-time deputy sheriff, served 11 months of his one to five year term for bigamy in Nevada State prison. Because of red tape surrounding his parole, he probably will not be able to leave the prison until tomorrow. Mrs. Pollack met him in Reno last year while she was establishing residence to divorce Woolsey M. Pollack of Chicago. She was granted a final -decree Nov. 28, 1947. Two hours later she married event in good spirits and excellent health. Prince Philip has cancelled ali engagements constantly. to be with her not later than Dec. 16, council delegates said. The council made this decision at a closed morning session. From Dec. 16 until Jan. 1, no meetings will be scheduled, the delegates said. " • • '••••• ' The council will resume its work at Lake Success after Jan. 1. TODAY - THURSDAY FEATURES 2:00 - 3:53 - 5:31 - 7:35 - 9:31 wife always believes that her husband is a heel without a decent Done in his body. Perhaps there is a cure for jeal ousy. Maybe there are men who fancy green-eyed wives. Yesterday I got a letter from a man who wrote me that his wife was so jealous of him that she measured the gas in the car every evening when he came home from work to see whether he driven more mileage than just to his office and back again. And he loved her still. DEAR MISS DIX: I have been going with a man for five years and he tells me that he loves me Sometimes he writes me three or four letters a day saying how much he longs to be near hie. But my problem is this: He always proposes to me when he has been drinking. He never, mentions marriage when he is on the water wagon. This makes me afraid to accept him because I don't know if QUESTION: I have graying hair. lake calcium panlothenate and put olive oil on my hair. Will this help? ANSWER: Almost certainly this will not prevent graying hair. Unfortunately up to the present time there seems to be no way of preventing or delaying graying hair in human beings. New Mexico's slate university is located at Albuquerque. Do "Plate-Sores" Bother You? If your "GUMS" itch, burn, or cause you discomfort, druggists will return money if the first bottle of "LETO'S" fails to satisfy. The courtship of lh£ New can duck is a graceful ance, taking place in the and in the air. But the male 1st among the drabbest of America^ drakes. , • • ' 'JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. -Adv. Are you going through the functional •middle age' ported peculiar to woman (38 to S3 yts.)? Docs. this m»ke yott- suffer from hot flashes, feel ao tierf* out, high-strung, tired? Then BO iff, LJdla K. Blnkham'g Vegetable Com-'" to relieve such symptom*.', Plnktiam's Compound also baa whit Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect I LYDIAE. PINKHAM'SSSSSS! (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Witkowski. A few days later, Witkowski disappeared. Mrs. Pollack hired i private detective, who located Witkowski in Phoenix, Ariz. The detective also found Mrs. Elaine Witkowski. the wife he had neglected to divorce before marrying Pollack. Mrs. BY WILLIAM IRISH Copyrialit by Willlon Itfafe—Diilributei) bj NEA SERVICE, INC THE STORY Time, 1880 Place, New Orleans Louis Durand, 37, a well-to-do bachelor, has been corresponding with Miss Julia Russell, whom he has never seen. He has proposed marriage and she has accepted. According to her picture, Miss Russell is dark-haired, strong- featured and no longer young. Durand goes down to the dock to meet the boat that is to bring her from St. Louis. He is dumfounded when an exquisite young blond creature introduces herself as Julia. She explains her little deceit by saying she didn't want him to fall for just a pretty face. Durand is enchanted with her and they are married. Certain things puzzle him, however, during thtlr first days together. Among them is the fact Julia has never opened ; hes trunk, Sne says she lost the | key. When a letter arrives from Paris, Nov. 0 -- i/P) — The Unit- . he ^ i ,.? ist ^. r chiding her with not Security Council to Ersd Paris Meet by Dec. 16 I cd Nations Security Council de I ci'ded today to end its Paris sittings TODAY — THURSDAY writing, he insists she reply, takes her letter to mail himself. 2:00 — FEATURES — - 4:08 - 5:44 - 7:45 9:38 ZANIES OF MIRTH- <& FUN* IN THEIR. NEW6ST COMEDY FUNNiBT CARTOON RIOT! XI The next morning, he thought she never had looked lovelier, and never had been more loving. She was in lilac watered silk, which had a rippling sheen running down it from whichever side you looked at it. It sighed as she walken, as if itself overcome by her loveliness. She did not stay eyes looked out the door. He had to guess finally. "Is it money?" He guessed right. Not an eyelash moved, but somehow she told him. Certainly not with her tongue. He gasped, half in laughter. "Oh, my poor foolish little Julia—!" Instantly his coat flew open, his hand reached within. "Why, you only have to ask, don't you know that—?" This time there could be no mistaking the answer. "No—! No—! No!" She was almost vehement about it. albeit in a pouty, petulant child's sort of way. She even tapped her toe for emphasis. "I don't like to ask for it. It isn't nice. I don't care if you arc my own husband, It still isn't nice. I was brought up that way, I can't change." "Then what do you want?" She gave him a typically feminine answer. "I don't know." "But you do want to go shopping, don't you? I can see you do by your look. And yet you don't want me to give you tlie money for it." "Isn't there some other way?" she appealed to him helplessly. 'I could slip it under your plate, unasked, for you to find at breakfast," he smirked. By EDWIN P. JORDAN, M.D. Written for NEA Service The discovery of penicillin, of course, proved to be of ama/ing help in the conquest of several difficult diseases. But given by injection, as it was at first, it was not always effective even against those germ diseases in which it would be expected to be successful. Many of the germs which yield to penicillin are the same ones which cause trouble in the breathing apparatus, pneumonia for example. This suggested experiments aimed at giving penicillin by inhalation — breathing in. This .rnoant mixing .penicillin , with liquid or with harmless powdei and spraying into the nose 01 throat in a fine mist or dusting i with a blower. The purpose p: doing this is to have the penicillin carried as close to the harmfu germs as possible. Problems to Settle Now all this seems very logica and it certainly has value in some cases. All the problems, however have not yet been settled. For ex ample, there are several ways o preparing mists or "aerosols" as they are called, and there is some differences of opinion as to what are the best ways of doing this The same thing is true of the dusts Also, it is not quit9 certain a to how much penicillin should be She saw no humor in the at table as on other days, she ac- g csVh m s hook he'head' absently f""™"""" 1 ' "> "- f """' •"""• still busy pondering the problem; finger to tooth edge. Suddenly she him to the front door to see him off, her arm linked to hiy waist, his arm to hers. And as the slanting morning sunlight caught her in its glint, then released her. then caught her again a step further on, playing its mottled game with her all along the hull, he thought he had never seen such a vision of angelic beauty. They stopped. She raised her face from the side of his arm, she look up his hat. she stroked it of dust, she handed it to him. They kissed. She prepared his coat, held il spread, helped him on with it. They kissed. He opened the door in readiness to go- ' •They kissed. She sighed. "1 hale to see you go. And now I'll be all alone the rest of the livelong day." "What will you do with yourself 1 '" lie asked in compunction, with the sudden —and only momentary— realization of a male that ;j)ie too had a day to get through somehow, that she continued to yo on during his absence. "Go shopping. I suppose," he suggested indulgently. brightened, looked at "Couldn't I have a little account of my own—V Like you have, only —Oh. just a little one. tiny — —chest tightness and pain. Rub on stainless, effective and sneezes, open cold-stuil'ed nose. Breathe easier. Use NOSt DROPS PENETRO Her face brightened a moment, as though he had read her heart. "Yes—!" Then it dimmed again. "No- " she said, forlorn. Instantly his attention was held fast. "Why not? What's the mat- ! "Oh, nothing—" She turned her! j head away, she didn't want to tell him. I He took hol'.i of tin. 1 point ol ilej chin and turned il back again. "Julia, 1 want to know. Tell me What, is it?" lie touched shoulder. She trii.-ci to smile, wanly Then she decided against , before he could leap to give his consent, as he had been about to. • "No. that'd be too much bother, just for hats and gloves and things—" About to fall into disheartened perplexity again, she | recovered, once more lighted up a.s j a new variant occurred to her. j "Or belter still, couldn't 1 just I share yours with you?" She | spread out her hands in triuin- j pliant discovery. "That'd be siin- ! pier yet. Just call il ours instead. H's there already." He crouched his shoulders down low. He slapped his thigh sharply. "By George! Will that make you j happy? Is that all it will take? I God bless your trusting littkr j heart! We'll do it!" j She flew into his arms like a ! shot, with a squeal for a firing- ' report. "Oh, Lou. I'll feel .so biy. so important! Can 1, really? And can I even write my own checks, i like you do?" : To love someone, is to give, and j to want to give more still, no i questions asked. To stop and j think. tliL-n that is not to love. i "Your own chucks, in your ov-.'.'i i hand'.vriting. in your own pur.-,o. I'll meet you ai the bank at 11. j Will that time suit you? 1 ' She onlv pressed her cheek to I his. "Will you know how to find it'.'" She only pressed her cheek to . his ayain. around on the other her Isidu of his face. Her (To I.V C'unUnued) $200 Value for Dorothy Gray Lotions ^Featuring New Estrogenic Hormone Lotion f f-Etlrogenic Hormone Lofion. Magic new formula cuntaiiiiiiK natural eslrogunic hnmmm.-.-. 1 lei pi krqj face, nrcfc, throat ami li.uid- youngi'r lucking. (>-uuiiu: S~ oiz-- mi\v $1. Special Dry-Skin Lotion, Helps to soothe dry, rough, or scaly fkin. 12- oz. S2 5!2e DOW $1. Bluttery Weather Lotion. Helps prevent ami relieve chapping. 12-onm:e S- si^e. 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