Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 24, 1954 · Page 3
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Wednesday, March 44, 1954 MOM SfAft S HP "V A JL Phone 7-3431 Between t A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Wednesday March 24 The Lilac Garden Club will meet Wednesday, March 24, at 2:30 in the home u£ Mrs. Kelly Bryant on South Main, with Mrs. O. C. Button acting as hostess. twenty-two guests. ..^Thursday, March 25 "flft. Cub Scout meeting \y.UJ be held at seven o'clock at Garland School on the night of March 25. Mrs. Roy Anderson and Mrs. Lex Helms, Jr., svill be hostesses at the Hope Country Club Luncheon- Bridge to be held on Thursday, March 25, at 12:30.' This will be an invitational luncheon - bridge. Members and'boosters of the Bod- .jfjjv Improvement Club will have a meeting at seven o'clock on Thurs clay night, March 25, The meeting will be preceded by a pot luck supper at the high school. A film on "Driving and Driving Safety" will be shown by hvo state troopers. At ;his time driver's license will be given to those who passed the test jiven last week. The Friday Music Club will meet Thursday, March 25, at 7:30 in the iWne of Mrs. Garrett Story with Mrs. Talbot Feild, Jr. as co-hostess. Mrs. Thomas Cannon.will bring the program on "Italian Music." Mr. Lleblong, Guest Speaker At American Legion Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met on Monday evening, March 22, in the home of Mrs. Clyde Coffee with Mrs. Dale Wilson and Mrs. W. H, Gunter as co-hostesses. For the occasion the entertaining room was decorated win spring flowers. The meeting opened with the advancement of the colors by the ser- geant-at-arrns, Mrs. Joe Keese. Following the pledge of allegiance, prayer was led by Mrs. M. M. McCloughan, chaplain. Business was presided over by the president, Mrs. E. P. O'Neal.. During -this lime, reports were heard from the various officers and committee chairman. It was announced that the spring conference would be held' in Texarkana, the date to be announced later. A report was made by the Girls' Stale chairman, Mrs. Reese. Two girls were selected to attend the Girls' State in Little Rock in June, After the retiring of the colors the business meeting was adjourned. The program chairman, Mrs. Vic Cobb, introduced Mr. J. I. Lieblong who spoke on Community Service. A social hour followed with refreshments being served. Saturday March 27 The Hope Country Club Dance will Ijc field from nine til twelve on Saturday night. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Bill Routon and Mr. and Mrs.- E. P. Young, Jr. The Melody Maids will meet with Janet McXehzie at len o'clock on Saturday morning. Monday March 29 The Wcsleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church will have a pot luck supper on Monday evening, March 2;)t.h in the homu o.C Mrs. Elmer Brown on East Fifth street'. At this meeting, Mrs. H. E. Patterson, niisionary study secretary for ~i' Woman's-Society, will conduct the first half of the study of Jeremiah. ' Cecil Bowers of Camden, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. May of Bod' caw, had as their week-end guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKamie and children. Mr. and Mrs. Raymonc McKamie and son, Mr. and Mrs Troy Spencer and daughter. Mrs. James T. Luck and son oi Fort Worth, Texas, are visiting the Fred Lucks this week while J, T. Luck is touring the colleges of the state in behalf of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Hospital Notes ..Garland P. T. A. : Elects Officers The Garland P. T. A. met Tuesday at 7:30 at the school. Invocation was given by the Reverend Virgil K'eelcy. The business session was conducted by the president;-Mrs. Roy Al- i on. Mrs. Fred Glanton gave the treasurer's report and Mrs. James Cross, nominating committee chairman; presented the following slate of officers for 1954-55: president, Mrs. Roy Allison; vice-president, Mrs.' 'Andy Andrews; secretary, Mrs, Howard Byers; historian, Mrs Duffle Day' Booth: parliamnctarian, Mrs. Jack Fielding. These officers were unanimously accepted. _Mfs. James . Cross, program! ( fiiairman, held a panel, discus-1 sion cm' "Needs of Garland School' 1 I with Airs, Owen Atkins, principal of Garland .School, giving the general outline of needs', at Garland. Mr. 'Jimmy Jones then gave a complete school finance program with questions and answers from the audience. Kathleen Mallory Circle Meets .In Home of Mrs. O'Steen On Tuesday night, the March meeting of the Kathleen Mallory W. M. U. Circle was held in the home of Mrs. -Cecil O'Steen. Arrangements of iris, daffodils and tulips were used in the entertaining rooms. ' Mrs. Earl Bailey, chairman, brought several items of business before the group. Mrs. Wbodard Cox, program chairman ,gave the devotional and presented the lopic of Ihe program, "A Saviour Sufficient to Lift America's Morals." Taking part were Mesdames B. J. Butler, J. V. Moore Jr. Harold Brents, Cecil O'Steen, C. M. Rogers, Jr., Earl Bailey and Horace Hubbard. The hostess served cake and ice cream topped with strawberries to eleven members and two guests, Mrs. Harry Phillips and Miss Lynda O'Steen.. Mrs. Hubert Cornelius, Mrs. Harold Butler [Are Entertained Mrs. R. L. McCain and Mrs. Jess rilliam entertained Mrs. Hubert Cornelius and Mrs. Harold Butler a pink and blue shower in the [cCain home on Friday night, [arch 19. The house was attractively decor- |ted' with jonquils and other spring flowers. Games were played followed by Hhe opening Of gifts. .Refreshments were 'served to Birthday Party Given In Honor Of Mrs. W. G. Allison The .Massinghi.il Rest Home was the scene .of a surprise birthd'ay party given, on Tuesday afternoon for the pleasure of Mrs. W. G. Allison. The guests gathered in the living room where they conversed and watched the opening of the many gifts. A beautiful birthday cake, complete with, glowing candles, was served with ice cream to the guests while they sang "Happy Birthday." Those enjoying the occasion were Mrs. Ralph Routon, Mrs. T. S.'McDavitt, Mrs. H. M. Olsen, Mrs. Tince Hqndrix, Mrs. Edwin Ward and Mrs. J, M. Houston. Many other friends sent good wishes with gifts and cards. . Coming and Going Out-of-town .relatives and-friends who attended the -funeral of Mrs. Denver Mcbaniel oh Monday, were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gunn of Lake Charles, Louisiana; the Reverend and Mrs. Richard Johnson of South Carolina; ; Mr. and Mrs. Doc Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richards of Emmet; Miss Lissie Russell and family of Bodcaw; Mrs. Lloyd Shelly of Arkadelphia; Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. West Moreland, Mrs. Fred Ferguson of .Little Rock; Mrs. Freight Rhodes of Presqolt and the Reverend and Mrs Branch ' Admitted: Mickey Powell, Pat- nios, James Wreyford Rt. 2, Hope Lennic Maxwell, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. J. T. Wright Hope. Admitted: Beatrice Boatner, Hope Sandra Hollis, Patmos, Mrs. Win fred Butler, Hope, Mrs. Brice An derson, Hope, Mr. Walter Hawthorne, Fulton Mrs. Albert Brown. Rt. 4, Hope. Mrs. W. W. Mohon Emmet. Discharged: wlrs. Ada Mouser, Rt. 4 Hope, Mrs. W. B. Smith. Hope Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Butler of Hope, announce the arrival of a baby bgy on March 22, 1954. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Orville Rosenbaum, Fulton, Jerry Crawford Hope Mrs. Jack Anderson, Sara- Itoga, James Charles Morrison, Rt. 3, Hope Mr. James V. McKamie, Rt. 1, Hope, Mr. Tom E. Lively, Hope, Mr. T. J. Hartsfield Rt. 3, Hope, Billy Ray Brown, Rosston Mrs. J. J. Bennett, Hope Mrs. Roderich Powell, Patmos. Discharged: Mrs. Carl Greenleo Hope Mrs. A. L. Ross, Hope Miss Hazel Fontaine, Saratoga Linda Gail Rogers, Washington Aldorthy Scott and daughter, Doris Ann of Washington, Ark. Miss Grace Vickers, Emmet, Mrs. Johnnie E. O'Brian and daughter, Sandra Louise, Hope. Mrs. Dcward Collier, Rt. 2, Hope Mr. Truman Cox,. Stephens, Ark. Miss Sadie Lawrence, Hope, Mrs. Norman Moore, Hope. Admitted: Mrs. Tom Huckabee Hope Mrs. Lula Allwhite Emmet, Mrs. Roy McElvogue, Carisle, Iowa Mrs. A. L. Ross, Hope Mrs. Carrol Yocum, Hope Mrs. J. R. King Saratoga Mrs. Joe Barentine Hope Discharged: Mrs. Orville Rosenbaum, Fulton, Mrs. Jack Lowery Hope. Clubs Columbus Slides on choosing right pans and standards for baking were • shown by Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, home demonstration agent, when the Columbus Home Demonstration Club met in the home of Mrs. B. C. Webb, president, for the March meeting. Mrs. L. K. Boyce, Jr., was co-ho'stess. . Mrs: ! -Boyce gave a demonstration on frozen foods and a question and answer session followed which proved most helpful. Mrs. Ernest Graham, Hope, Chairman of the pancer Society, visited during the meeting and asked for the cooperation of the group during the cancer fund drive in April. Mrs. L. K. Boyce, Sr. gave the history of "Dixie" and led in singing. The hostess read the devotional from Matthew 16:6-13 and led in prayer. Roil call was answered-by each member telling her favorite joke. In the absence or Ihe family life leader,,Mrs. J. E. Delaney gave her report, reports were also given on Citizenship, clothing, and home grounds by the respective .leaders. Plans were made for talent night and for contributions to the Girls 4-H House in Fayettcville. Mrs. Billy Webb and Mrs, L. K. Boyce, Jr. led the .group in two games, prizes being won by Mrs. Delaney and Mrs. Webb. Others present were Mines. J. C. Hipp, R. F. Caldwcll, L. M. McCorkle and a visitor, Mrs. Buster Gilbert. The April meeting will be with Mrs. R. C. Stuart with Mrs. C. R. White and Mrs. L. K. Boyce, Sr. as co-hostesses. ARE CAUGHT In the Boiling Frenzy Of a Prison Riot! You sweat out every second, feel every: jolting shock, tremble witH the naked emotions of men stripped of'cle'c- . Feature Times: 2:00 - 3:44 - 5:23 - 7:25 - 9:22 FILMED OK THE SPOT IN A MAXIMUM SECURITY PRISON! NEVIUE J5RAND « EMIIE MEYER • FRANK FAYIEN • teg GORDON and CAST OF THOUSANDS NOVELTY, "Rip Van Winkle Return?" Lighter leathers, an airy look and leathers in lighter weights focus attention an feet this sprint. I'lini') with deep plunge at throat (left) is calf in new pine atncle, has tapered toe and heel silhouette. It's piped in while fit) and has white kid button trim. Suede in new maple ton) (upper center) makes color news this spring. Sandal is seni-formal, has completely open toe and tiny brass nailheads as vamp trim. Sandal that's both banded and open (lower Jel't ceAcr) is in bcncdictine calf, has DOROTHY DIX narrow straps *t heel and ankle line. Mid-heel creates effect of height. Pump in the hew basque red (lower right Center) i* calf with rectangular sliver mid-heel in matching suede. Ah"' other pretty leather combination is the new panania-colofcd calf (right) paired with black patent in dressy pump. This has closed, tapered toe and sling back with midway shaped heel. Throat has collar of black patent studded with pinpoint brass nailhi"" 1 ' •""••» mid-heel with illusion of height is importitt Her Sorry Reward Dear Miss Dix: I'm 27, married, lave four children, and up to a ear ago was very happy. I've been vorking to help my husband make living, and hired a woman, whom shall call Laura, to care for the •oungsters. Although warned that she couldn't be trusted around men refused to believe the rumors. liven when it became quite evident .o everyone but me that she was 'lirting with Martin, wouldn't let ler go. I trusled them both so com- >letely. I had to believe my own eyes, however, when I came home unexpectedly early and found theni n each other's arms. She left imme diately, and since then Martin has :een going to see her. He says he oves her, and wants me to divorce him. I still love him, in spite • of Me of hard work he'll have to en- durb.and I think he'll be scared off any 'threats of leaving home for Laurj). Wlial your family needs is a proper Division of chores — father as breadwinner and mother as home- mak ;r, with no outside called in for ssistance. Ddar Miss Dix: I have a lovely new (home and furniture, which my husband and I worked very hard lo gbt. II so happens that I am the "so/I touch" of Ihe neighborhood, gelting all the babies to mind, older children to taxi, and all the kids it! for refreshments. I've cared for neighbors' children as long as two Weeks. However, When I ask for something, the answer is general- everything, and I know the.child- £ '' ar ecare- ren need him. What should I do? EMILY R. Cheats Bravado less about my things when they're in the house — furniture gets scratched, ornaments broken, etc. with >no; opologies forthcoming from the Answer: You have certainly .parents. My husband is getting Melrbse A frozen foods demonstration was given by Mrs. GJenon Huck.ab.ee when the Melrose Home Demonstration Club met on Wednesdav, March 17. at the home of Mrs. M.. H. Volentine for its regular meeting. Mrs. Huckabee showed how to prpoaro fruits, vegetables, meats and cooked foods for freezing. She pointed out the importance of blanchinc; veer-tables and he proper cooling and packaging in freez- inif. Mrs. D. B. Drpt'nri. Mrs. Ot>o Roboi'ts and Mrs. Weir Owen were nopointed as a commitleo to fix (ho flower arrangcmfnt for thp flnwpv show to be held Tuesday, Mnvch 23. Mrs. Huckahee, president, v><-e- sided dun'nfj the mp«tins. Plans were made for 1b p club to take na v t in thf> talent- nitiht program to be held in the Hone Cilv.Hpll Auditorium on Friday nteht. Anvil 1fi Plans werp ;ilso made for the club to rnicc> SI. 00 pcv rppmbev to be npn'ipri townrrt jhp Gii-ls 4-H rv>- onwalive • Honw'at FayettPville. The mootinw dat' 1 was chanted from HIP third WeHnosdav to Ihe 'st'rnnd 'Fi',>8(ft v . at J-'30 n. m. Mrs. Vo'«ntlne eaw» HIP devotional, using M»t'thp»' ifi'-«-i.S f«nn ..... J hv m-aver led by Mrs. Roberts, Roll rail was 'nnsvvwfid b^'oaclj (ellms her favorite inU-e. T'"" 3 sn'wi" 0 package brought hv Mrs. W. H •B.''O'«'n was won by Mrs. J. M. Rpfx hoslrss assisted by Mrs Owen to the followino" Mini « - T V Mun- cuni Paul Pnv Jewell SliU, Penv Hi nipy H K Pal'cfstoji Jim Cobh Fiod Sfnait H-irkPtt. P'«wr\ Robeits Dvagoo Owen and Huck- reaped a sorry reward for your :rust and confidence, not to men- ion the sacrifice you've made in caving four small children so you could work for your husband. Your domestic setup would be better if .you let. him .make .the rnQney ul .jSQ you could slay home with your.fa- mily. I doubt that Laura's influence on them was very good. Martin is making a great show of bravado with his claim that he wants to leave you for Laura. Sinc^t he couldn't support one family, how does he expect to make ends meet for two families? Perhaps you've let him off with so little responsibility that he's forgotten what the word implies. Well, wake him up. Make up your mind that from now- oh you remain "home, where you belong, while he earns the living. Remind him that if you divorce him, he'll have to contribute to 'the children's support, as well as taking on the obligations of a new home'. Paint a verbal picture of the quite .angry about.it; R. T Answer: You are just about the softest person I've heard of, Since the neighbors don't mind hurting your feelings by saying ."No." I .don't see why you- can't use the •same tactics. Stand- in front of .your mirror and say "No. no, no," for a while until you get the .feel of it. Doing favors is-wonderful, but not when your kindness is abused and never returned, Stiffen up a bit, and stop letting people take advantage of you. salad making. Hinton Emphasis was on 'food at the March meeting of Ihe Hinton Home Demonstration Club, Mrs. Monroe Kent gave an excellent demonstration on preparing foods for the freezer. She discussed the foods •best suited for the freezer, gave many important things to remember in preparing them and answered questions asked her by the other members. Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, home demonstration agent, showed and explained Iwp sets of slide films. The importance of the right size and type pan for baked goods was given in the first set and the second gave standards for judging baked foods. Mrs. Nan Cave and Mrs. Ernest Graham were visitors. Mrs. Graham spoke on the cancer drive and the need for better cancer education. ' Co-hostesses, were Mrs. Oscar Rider and Mrs. Tom Drake. Other members- present yrere: Mines. Glen Hollis, Garland Smith, Tommy Gibson, Marion Hubbard, Howard Buffington, J, E. McWilliams, Jimmy Griffin, A. N. Rider, Berlin Jonos, C. L. Cave, Oliver Hider, Eldridge Formby, Eric Hollis, Stella Adams, Bryan Camp, Edward May and Glen McDonald. The next meeting will be April 12 at the home o£ Mrs. Eldridge Formby. Baker A demonstration of freezing foods was given at the Baker Home Demonstration Club meeting by Mrs. Orville Steadman. A report was given by Mrs. Hate Hargis on the recent county council meeting. Plans were made for talenl night and for a lunch auction sale. The surprise package was won by Mrs. Vernon Schooley. Others present weie' Mines T B. Fenwick, Merlin Cox, -Willie Beaid, Roy Bakei, Wilfoid Woods, Zona Green, Giady Bi owning, Moses.. H. K. Tw^t, Foster, J, W- White, Dale Tonnemafeer, Anejmvs and one vjslloi Mis. Woodrow iJalc- er Mis. Ray Kitchen!? joined the club. The next meeting will be in, the home of Mrs, J, W. White aqd Dear Miss Dix: We are two teenage girls who have been friendly with a girl who isn't very careful about the way she' talks especjal- ly to boys. Consequently, she's acquiring a bad reputation. Don't you think if we continue going with her it may be harmful, to us? Answer: You may be perfectly sure it will. I advise, you to get some new friends. No Negligence in Atom Bomb Test WASHINGTON, fUP) — Sen. Bourke B. f Hickenlooper (R-Ia ) said today there is nothing lo indi- cale that negligence was involved in the March 1 H-bomb test that accidentally dumped radiactlve dust on 287 persons. '' Hickenlooper, vice chairman of the Senale-Housc Alomic Energy committee, said Ihe therefore sees Bieruf Steps Up in Commie World WARSAW, Poland ^ Bierut, No. i Communist leader in I vice premier Ml of chairman of the party—held by Bicrut—was abolished. Stefan M.T tuszewski, chairman of the, Polish Soviet 'Friendship Society,. was dropoed from the parly Politbtup bu twas m,ade a member of the party's Hevisions Commission, Named a fist vice ' remiors were Hilary Mine and Zenon No'- wak. Jfadob Herman was named Poland since the end of World War II, has resigned from the premiership to become first secretary of tlw ruling United Polish Workeis (Communist) parly, it was announced today. Vice Premier .Tosef Cyrankia- wicx, who held the premiership until the govcrnmnet reorganization in November 1952, was restored to his old post as premier, Wcstein obseivers in V entta believed the switch in the Polish leadership was made on. Moscow ordeis as part of a general Kremlin plan to end the "cult of heroes" that prevailed in the Communist world during Satlin's \irne, replacing pno-man dictatorships witn "government by committee." The changes were the- first official act yesterdqy of the ( new Neutral Committee just elected by Ihi* party at its second postwar congress meeting- in Warsaw! Asido from these two changes, the party's powerful Politburo remains virtually the same i The announcement said TJiorut icsigricd'from the premiership because he couldn't hold that po'.t and be party secretary at the same time. He proposed that Cy- rankiewicz take his place and the Central Committee concurred. Bieiut was presidnet of Poland from the end ' of World War II until that post was abolished in 1952. He then look over the prc- mieiship from Cyrankiewicz. In the new regioupmg, the post no particular .reason why the mishap should be investigated as several congressman have demanded "I haven't any rrcason at all ID believe lhat theie was any negligence or carelessness in the. tests down there," he said And he emphasized that the committee "constantly receives" information on atomic affairs, including the recent test. HELP for Coughs You feel cooling, soothing help from the very first dose. Clogging phlegm is loosened, you breathe deeper. CREOWIUB!SBON Wlleves Coughi, Chest Colds, Acute B;onchiHi ue premier. < ^ , Mine resigned from hts old job fta chairman of the State Commission on Economic Planning. In addition to the first vice, preniieii- ship, he also was ele6ted to thf? Central Committee's secretariat along witlt Edward Ochab, Fran* cJs/.ek Mazur and Wladislaw TiWOJ- akowski. i< Dworokowskl, \vho had been, -a vice plemier, was rembved froin fhe government. Bieint, 64-year-old son of a peas ant, was bi ought, in to Jiead>th6 government ^when the libei atcd the countty < f roiji - ISlaicis Ho 'had spent ibe WHI' yeata jn the Soviet Unioii. l The latest shnkeup 'appe'areij ,t haye been 'made, on ' orjlers ' Nikiln S, .Khtu'sh'chev, first "se tary of the Soviet Unldri's, Com- Donotio to Hemps Red Cross Jted Crtrtii i* Mope fhUatres," Saljjn , tit*. BrcrtdH Spf,rks $1.00, Mr, $LOO, .... , ami Mr's. & S."BuHgBQ and Mrs. C Owen NJ*. Miss Befe 178.38. r <. ,-, ,,-v,,-,./ , *; ^rvr^tv" • Violence in Str of out' again today, bers of rival longshore in the fa'cVtff $ 01e« b^Kta; eft 4 F. Wagner that epjr end their 1 -paralyizihg >f 1( port tlcup. • * l " ir *j^""« r *^ ! whertf vio and led police reinfc-ro&fijtent? »t§ piers. < '' ,v*.4-",'^J'«>. Shortly 'filter*. d^tJnii , began '&t*rfi'eJBuH v BWtrf! ptera at * K "- «'-*•"•"*•* -**•• wtfs 1 j tc t munist. party Committ'ee and one of the. top men ta P vernier. Georgi, Malenkov's goVer«(qien,t.' gaiy, whuie ComrfiuniSt«toss yas Rakpsi stepped down from i • ^ '-t^'trgy. -,'teft^' A'fi . .fi^<". i A ,*• ?*<**&* *%& NUNN ; Me No;*f»| k.<^Mh'&^ «M^ », (i- KJj DOWld 3rd an^ljWoIniirl @&i a J . ^^"" ,"* >r\ K<"" \ \ ^fe •tf£i L'^it ..>-"*' .,^" .^:: *•*!•**, if> +i K/? j |Jl,Ji| i^^ Mi&m H«| m. sfii -Mam

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