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, JuMi 3,1943 ------ — —-—-- • ocial ana Personal Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Phone 76* Between t •. m, and 4 p. m. MOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS Social Calendar riiursdny, June 3rd I bridal parly and "Recessional 1 (Mendelssohn) was heard al lhc | close of lhc service. The bride, given in marriage by ""•-—"-—*•-" The bride, given in marriage by The Pal Claiburn chapter of the Mn j or phtlllp Lucas, presented i ulled Daughters of the Conted- ]ovc i y picture in her classic: brirla jcracy, home of Mrs. Pal Casey, 3 gown ot Duchess satin fashioncc O'clock. -All members arc urged to wllh swco thcarl neckline and snug fcltend. > c-uarlc midriff. The Ihrcc-quarlc . .. - i — , „„„ « , ,.i length sleeves ended in points a : Hope. chapter, 328. Order of the lh bwl ., sls flnd lhc fl|1 , ()VCI . tEaslern blar, the Masonic hall, 8 1,^ of lullc was ndorncd wIU ° clock-r dainty bows of satin. A tiered vci .. of filmy illusion, fingertip length m 8 ^ Jun ° 4 th , ,, ... . was arranged in a halo effect an The-Rosc Garden club will meet allnc |, cd lo a cluster of orang wa • e-osc aren cu allnc |, cd lo a cluster of or at the Experiment Station for a blossoms> Tllo b ,.jde's boutiuct oicnic. 3 o'clock. I (picnic, 3 o'clock. Monday,'. June 7th Coming and Going Torn Hill has arrived from Convay to be the guest of James tannah Ward. LI. and Mrs. William A. Colony if Camp Forrest, Tcnn., arc visil- ng relatives and friends in the city. Miss Frances Gwen Williams left today for Dallas to spend lhc month with her aunt, Mrs. C. F. Howe, and Mr. Howe. of while orchids, carnations, anc stephanolis In a shower effect. For something old she wore a strand <<f£ lit wuwnj,. w vmt. i bi i i S[JIIli;uiulf; U1LI mil: wni; n ni.i "•«*.' $) Circle No. 4 of the Women's So- of heirloom pearls, a gift, from hot '" ciety -of 'Christian Service ot the mint,' Mrs. D. E. Liggcll, of Santa First-Methodist Church, Mrs. C. D. Ana. Her somehling borrowed was Lauterbach and Mrs. J. P. Bycrs, her mother's lace handkerchief car- leaders/home of, Mrs. J. M. IIous- rled at her wedding and also used ton with Mrs. Bob Cain, co-hostess, uy Mrs. David Keller, of Seattle, 3 o'clock 1 . . , Washington, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Francis S. Johnson was the The'iYj.W. A. of the First Baptist nia i ron O f honor and only attendant. Church' will meet at the church, 6 she wore a floor-length dross of -'-'—'- ' ' pink net with a bouffant skirt and cascades of ruffles of the same o'clock. I cascades of ruffles ot me same Circle No. 1 ot the W. S. C. S. will material. She carried a bouquet of meet at the home of Mrs. II. H. p j n k carnations tied .wllh tame salin Stuart with Mrs. Joe Lesclcr and ,.||jbons. A shirred hat of pink net Mrs. J. R. Gentry, hostesses, 3 comp i c icd her ensemble, o'clock; Licul. Moncurc Lyons of the Southwestern Proving Ground Circle No. 3 of the W. S. C. S. of scrveci mu bridegroom as besl the First Methodist Church will nmni nnc | u, c ushers were; Lieut, meet-at the home of Mrs. Edwin Cornelius Parrot, Lieut. Francis S. Stewart with Mrs. Curtis Urrey j on nson, and Liout. Gabriel Szabo, and Mrs. W. W.. Johnson, co-host- al | ot llic Southwestern Proving esses, 3 o'clock. Mrs. R. D. Frank- Q rounc i. lin is circle leader. ' A meeting of lhc Women's Auxil iary of lhc First Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Graves ant children have recently moved lo Dallas to make Ihcir new home. B. J. Wootcn Named to Planning Board Llllle Rock, June 3 —(/I 3 )— Gov ernor Adkins named Benjamin II Woolen, Lit lie Rcok, chairman o Ihe state planning board last nigh lo succeed lhc late James J. Hai rison. Woolen, president ot Hi Federal Home Loan bank here also heads Ihe slale defense council. Adkins appointed James Ketchum, Newark, lo a five year term on lhc slale pharmacy board, succeeding Herbert W. Parker, Jonesboro. Avoid Sun Squint Lines at Eyes With Brimmed Hat, Rich Cream Lovely Reception Follows Immediately after the ceremony Clubs VIVIEN: her eyes art! youne aiul lary of he I'list Prcsbylcri.m , f U)c b| . k , c wng hnstoss Church will be hod at the chinch, , reception in the private The Executive Board, .,,.„„ ,. ' „, ,.„ n ,,i, m . 4 o'clock. 3:30 o'clock. dining Mrs. Liggett, received informally ... . with the bridal couple. She was jesday, Juno ^ 8th dressed in an informal afternoon Mrs. Fred While will be hostess of shccr wi(h which sh , to the Iris Garden club.. J ° c 01 M worc matching accessories nnd a A program on Herbs has Lecn | iiihilo fnl) ,,.,, orllfnH „,,,,, n!ivv vf ,|], arranged by Mrs. S. J. Chcsser. Tuesday, Juno 8th while felt hat edged with navy veiling. Her corsage was single The Avcry's Chapel Homo Dcm- onslralion club mot. on Wednesday afternoons May 12th al the home of Mrs. Clylic Chism. Song, "Sland Up for Jesus;" roll call answered by seven members. The safety chairman gave a discussion on the Farm and Home Safety Program. Plans were made for buying a bond or our club. Devotional by lhc loslcss, reading 125lh Psalms. Prayer by Mrs. Kidd, after which he mooting adjourned. Next meet. ng will bo hold at the home of Mrs. Grovor Farles on lhc second Wcd- icsdiiy aflcrnoon in June. Wo also had one new member lo oin our club al this mooting, Mrs. A. V. Or, of McCaskill, Route 1. Wedding- of Miss Liggett and P * Mrs. Pctracck wore '^.""".""j" '-rr'T'" i i"~M~."ioila black dressmaker suit with M t Uic W wedcu-n a ' o* Miss lUUh'matching accessories, and a whito M d r. andW. Jesse A. Liggcll, "j JVTncli'hat "had accents of while Santa' Ana, California, and Edmund , £, ' M. Polracek liculcnanl, United t Pctracck left o, Slates Army Air Corps, son of Mr. i . .. _ . and Mrs. Frank Petracck ot Redwoods Falls, Minn., was si.ilemni/.ed at 7 'O'clock Wednesday afternoon in Our Lady of Good Hope Catholic Cnurch. iThc Rev. Francis X. Dol- larlon officiated at the impressive nuptial rites. The church was artistically decorated for the occasion vvilh floor standards of whitc carnations and snapdntigons placed at points of vantage and graceful arrangements of fern and Esther Reed daisies completing the color scheme of green, and white. Prior;lo lhc service, Mrs. A. E. Morsani, organist, accompanied Captain .Chandler Pinney, who chose for his solos, "Love's Old Sweet Song" and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." The wedding march .from "Lohengrin" (Wagner) announced the entrance of Ihe BY ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer Whenever you plan to be out in the summer sun all day, unless of. course you want lo lake a sun bath, wear a brimmed hat lo shade your eyes, as docs talented California- bor n Vivien, who sings with Phil Spitalny's all-girl orchestra. For a big-brimmed hat can be more than a flattering frame for your face. It also helps lo ward off those lilllc squint lines, which arc among the firsl signs of ago. If you find that even with lhc protection of a big-brimmed hat the sun's reflections from, pavements and buildings have caused a couple of faint crow's feel, Iry this two- minulc treatment each night: After removing your make-up, take a bit of rich lubricating cream on the lip of your scconc 191 Students Attend Baptist Bible School An average of 181 boys and girls ave enjoyed the Bible stories tiaracter stories, handwork anc ecreation as planned by lhc fac lly in the Vacation Bible Schoo t the Firsl Baptist Church. Only ,wo more days, packed full of in cresting work, remain for the Vacalion Bible School. The school will close Friday nigh vilh a commencement service i he church 'audilorium al 8 o'clock lonor certificates will be presentee o all pupils who have not missec abernaclc, plaques, notebooks, tic •acks, broom holders, etc. The pub- c is cordially invited to attend this ervice. a day of the school. Handwork, made during th , school, will be on display at, Fr clay night's commencement scrvic Among the things to be displayct will be a missionary exhibit, In unlcalions systems used rmy. Amphibious troops of the Army are trained lo disembark from ransporl ships, establish beach leads, and clear the way for sup )orting troops lo land. The Signal Corps installs, op erates and maintains ail the com Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfor FASTEETH, a pleasant alkalln (non-acid) powder, holds fals teeth more firmly. To eat ant talk in more comfort, just sprinkl a little FASTEETH on your plate No gummy, gooey, pasty taste o feeling. Checks 'plate odor", (den ture. breath). Get FASTEETH a any drug store. KIDNEYS NIUSTRE.™ EXCESS ACIDS Help IS Miles of Kidne Fliuh Out PoUonoue W '-"ill U yon have an excen of acids In j „. jour 16 miles of kidney tut*M may I •orkftd.Theee liny filters and tub€asi.» «—.,./.-. b« dv indiight to help Nature rid ^ JrWjNpg OTtom of etcM «*!•. P nS $°<«° n °H«;±2ffi|fe$ im.»« .JtatnlAfi rtF IrtHnptf function Mfinitt /r.rWfi ingor and blend il righl inlo U lores around the eyes with lig outward and upward movement Allow to remain on all night. If he lines persist, then apply lhc eye cream us often as possible, un- il the skin returns lo normal. Annual Singing at Old Liberty June 6 The public is urged lo attend the annual singing at the Old Liberty camp meeting grounds the first Sunday in Juno, on the Washinglon and Fulton highway, three miles south of Crossroads. Dinner will be served. A large crowd is expected. .•»•«•• Repair ships in the U. S. Navy arc named for characters in Roman and Creek mythology. WOMEN WON'T TALK BY RENE RYERSON MART COPYRIGHT, 1943. NEfc SERVICE. INC. NEW SAENGER ~NOW• .Brian Donlevy in Hangmen Also Die' Friday and Saturday DICK FORAN IRENE HERVCY IOAN DAVIS FUZZY KNIGH1 a short wedding trip lo Wot Spring and upon their return will be ;i home at the Barlow in Hope, where Lieut. Polracek is slationcd. The bride is a graduate ot Saul Ana High School and Santa An Junior College where she wns member ot the Sisterhood of Spit stars and Delta Psi Omega, national dramatic society. She Js an active member of the Ebcll society in Santa Ana, where she v as n columnist for the Register. Following graduation from Redwood Falls High School, the bridegroom attended St. Thomas College, St. Paul Minn. Ho resigned from college lo cnlcr lhc United Stales Army Air Corps. He was commissioned a second liculcnanl at Williams Field, Avb.ona. Desert-Bridge for Mrs. Joel Broylcs, Jr., Wednesday Evcnina Among the lovely courtesies extended Mrs. .tool Droylrs, Jr., of Mckoesporl, Pa., was Mr:; J. C. Rroylos', Sr., nnd Miss Nell Louise Broylcs' desert-bridge on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Myriads of summer garden flow- r s fashioned a charming setting ni- the affair. Proceeding iho amcs a delightful desert course •as served with iced tea at quav- ettc tables arranged in the living ooni. Firsl prize was won by Miss lelcn Coon and Ihe honoroe was presented wilh a handsome gift Vliss Hattic Anne Field and Mrs •Cclly. Bryant also received higl score gifts. The hostesses extended their hos 3alities lo lhc following: 1.110 lion oree, Mrs. Dorsey McRae, Jr., Mis _,ouise Ihmcgan, Miss Daisy Dot olhy Hoard, Mrs. R. L. Broach, Mrs. Billy DuckeU, Mrs. Kelly Bryant, Miss Marilyn McRac, Miss Helen Coon, Miss Hattic Anne Field, and Miss Cora Burton. Tea guests were Mrs. N. B. Turner, Mrs. Dorsey McH;ic, Sr., and Mis. Jim Couch of Magnolia. and BIJCKAROO with Chorles STARRtTT RIAL10 Last Times Today Tales of Manhattan' Friday - Saturday TIM HOLT TIIH STOHVi Knlhy'n midden nniioiinriMiit'iit that Hhc In comlne to Krnlklnwrr for n conple of wrckN before lier innrrlnpro to CrnrKc linker tipNi'tn (Jrnnilniother Kriilk hoenime It nirnim n rc- lirniniri'iiifnt of tht« IIOIIMC, nlnce iliiiiKliti'l'-ln-lnw Connie mill her rlillilrcn iiUo luivc to bo nccommo- dnlril. Slin In more nerloiiHly iier- tlirlicil, tlionpth, w-lu'ii Hhc HI-CM Knlhy mill rrnli/.r» nhi- I* not III lore with the mini Hhc II going *•» mnrrf, * + * FEUD CHAPTER II /BONNIE was already at brcak- ^ fast when I went down that morning. She had on a slack suit. I noticed the outfit because Connie usually goes in for very feminine attire and leaves the masculine fads for her less curve- blessed sisters. She smiled at me, her sweet rather shy smile, and then I saw her face freeze. Looking over my shoulder I saw that Kathy had followed me into the breakfast room. I knew then that they had another one of their rows last evening after I took to my bed. I'll have to backtrack here or you won't understand about the feeling between Kathy and Connie. Neither one of them was really to blame for it. Connie, being conscientious, felt it was her duty to straighten out the life of Waiter's daughter. And Kathy resented Connie because she stepped into her dead mother's shoes. Kathy never saw her lather's side of it. Walter was faithful to Harrie during the twelve long years o her invalidism—and that's a loni time in any man's life. I didn' censor him when he married Con nie, who had been Harriet's las nurse, less than a year after Harriet's death. In fact, human nature being what it is, I was delighted when I found Connie as sensible as she proved to be. She was a beauti- Re-phcvris HINTS for KEEPING COOL Clint Mattison was staring at Kathy. "My granddaughter," I explained with the feeling that I was talking to air. and Lloyd Nolan in 'Man Who Wouldn't Die' -Hana&i Due to Ihe steel shortage, we must ask you to bring your own hanger if-you want one back. A hook can stretch fabric unmercifully. Use hangers for your frocks and coats. Hooks hasten wear. They are conservation enemies. Hall Bros, cleaned clothes are beautifully pressed and pleated. A Trial Will Prove It. HALL BROS. Cleaners St Hatters Phone 395 reclion of the living room, without a word of apology. * * * ABOUT a week after Margaret •"• and I had come down lo Kraiktower that spring a young man had presented himself at my front door. I thought then, and IflUVCU. t>J W^it KJ11W t* ww •» .- •»— — — *» •»•••*» u ful girl and it might well nave i still do, that ne was one of me been that she married Walter, who ugliest men I had ever seen, was 45 and turning a distinguished But he was ugly m a virile masculine way. There was a wholesome smell of outdoors and pipe smoke and tweeds about him, and when he smiled il lit up his somber face like the sun coming was liable to come bumping down upon the landscape in a suicide contraption any time he could find someone with a car and a mind to give him a tow. * * * for his gray at the temples, money. But it developed that she married him for love. Jack and Judy came along just fifteen months after the wedding and Connie was from behind a cloud, devoted to them and Walter. Her He explained, that day when he only mistake was in deciding that first appeared, that he was a she had to mother Kathy, too. And writer of deteclive stories, that his Kathy only a year younger than name was Clint Mattison, that he 6ne could pay me in advance, and that Kathy rebelled, naturally. She he wanted to rent the Cottage went out to the west coast and The Cottage is a rustic studio dabbled in the movies. She spent sort of cabin built down m the most of her time out there for the woods by Michael as a honeymoon next two years, and occasionally hideaway for Walter and Harriet, rumors of her attending some They spent all their summers wild parly, or being squired about there until Harriet became ill, but by some socially ambitious actor, Connie will never go near the sifted back east to put more gray place—jealousy, I suppose, hairs in Walter's head. It is too far from the big house And then last Easter, home on a to use as servants' quarters, and duty visit, she had suddenly got the last few seasons I have rented herself engaged to George Baker, it to r e s p e ct a b 1 e vacationing whom she had known since baby- couples attracted to our neighborhood. And Connie and Walter hood by the excellent fishing m were going around looking like the lake. "> two cats who had swallowed the Well, Clint Mattison wasnt downstairs hall. easily, and started to go. gant way of hers. Clint Mattison stood fter h eyeful. explain .. .... was talking to air. cream pitcher. couple but I saw no harm in a L'tilll LmUJICl. i ..... • And this brings me up to the young man burying himself alone moment when Kathy joined Con- in the woods for the summer if it nie and me in the breakfast room, enabled him to turn out belter de- and the temperature dropped to 30 tective yarns. A good many I below zero. After a few moments have read would have been all the of uncomfortable silence, Connie better for a little burying of the So I made some excuse about the plot or the author, or both, twins and rose and left the room, rented him the Cottage. Kathy sat there staring at the What I didn't know at the time, golden-topped egg on her plate, however, was that he was also an Then with a preoccupied air she amateur glider enthusiast and picked up her coffee and a piece that using the hill at the end of ef toast and ambled off in the $T I the lake as his taking-ofl point he lave taken one of the cars out. She wasn't back at lunch time, either. And something white and set about Connie's face kept me from asking her if she knew where Kathy had gone. They must have had a whale of a row last night, I thought. As we finished lunch the long threatening electrical storm rumbled up over the horizon. I remember my nerves jumping at the first roll of thunder. I didn't know, however, that my peace and quiet for days to come had been shattered by that thunder clap. ..., (To Be C«a,tiftue4). m, Cool Summer Dresses Striped Candy Seersucker—laughs at heat waves! 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