Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 21, 1955 · Page 10
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NdM SfAfc, HOEi, ARKAN S A I fivffi T IF nr "V arUCIL 1 Y M4J1 i A. M. and 4 P. M. Melbdy Maids will be enter— It'Sf ItfhcHeoH 'at 12:30 p. m. UfHdjtjs May 21 in the home of Jo Mtetttg. -Associate hostess are, Mfly 22nd. Family members and friends are cordially invited to attended. Reverend Charles B. Luck of Denton, Texas will be in charge of the morning service. i-r-~-—*"Tj4«« -*•"*.«• and Jacks"oti feffih wTO fafffteid at Mf. Olive it 0nffen, fiefi* Waterloo on L ,,* **, •* ** w ' -*• Tuesday May 24 ™ —„.,..,., c,._, Mrs. R. L .Gosnell will present Thowitotl, Lordlier Senior High Piano Pupils in ' and Bobbie recital at the Senior High Auditorium Tuesday evening at 7:45 o'* clock. The latter part of the program will be played by John Tay- 16F'U' member of the Graduating Class. 's. Beauty Salon lib, Phone 7M389 ft «aturln& . Duke's Variation Cut r .- HaftifleuV — Ithel Moran SPECIAL f ROM THE FISHERMAN'S LUNCH Pick,' if' up, On r your . , .way out. Hi$hwoy 67 East 'Wednesday May 25 Members of th<3 Wesley Club of First Methodist Church will entertain with a hamburger supper Wednesday evening May 25th., at 6:30 in the Recreation Rooms ot the church. Honor guests will be the members of the Palm Sunday Membership Class of 1955. Also invited are the adults sponsors of the children and a few officials of the church and church school. Notice All Mother's of Rainbow Girls are requested to meet at the Masonic Hall Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. This is a very important meeting and all are urged to attend. Clubs Mrs. Troy Greenlee was hostess and Mrs. Delmar Irvin co-hostess when the Shover Springs Home Demonstration Club held its May meeting. Mrs. Greenlee gave the devo- ional from John 3:14-17 and Mrs. Sidney Churchwell led in prayer, tfrs. Arl Fincher, song leader, led 'Down n the Valley." Fifteen mem- >ers and two visitors, Mrs. Earl rincher and Mrs. J. Beard, were iresent. Mrs. H. B. Sanford, garden lea- er, led a general discussion on ardening. The program was given by Mrs. rvin, "Hints on deep freeze food reservation." The demonstration, "Clothing onstruction" wa^ given by Mrs. idney ,Churchwell and included a May 21, tMf DOPOTHY DIX Is She Interfering? Miss De Lois Faulkner, the 1955 Maid of Cotton, shows off some of the dress-up clothes designed in-American cottons for-her by French coutouriers. AH set for an evening date (left), she wears a gown designed by Germaine Lecomle in embroidered Ever- glaze satin by Fluegelman. Turquoise-and-black printed cottoin by Fuller is the fabric for Madeleine de Ranch's date frock; (center). It has a one-sided longer waistline that swings into a' side bustle effect. Carven designs a princess-lined dress (right) in Galey and Lord pastel cotton satin. Tiny bows at shoulders and bows on tb.e skirl complete the polished lady look. TECHNICOLOR JI HFNRFID • •>,:,,,:,;, MEDINA Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 • TONIGHT* GREASED PIG You Catch it — You Keep IH •L000; SWEAT AWifMT JOHN PAYNE UZABETH SCOn • DAN DURYEA • JR. HITS • 1. Chapter 9 of Serial, "Adventures of Capt. Kidd" 2. Herman & Katnip Cartoon 3. Little Rascals. Comedy 4. All-Star Comedy , Ww Ghost Cartoon MIDNIGHT GHOST SHOW TONIGHT* "THE ATOMIC MONSTER" Come to our Lost- Show Stay Free to Late Show! SUN.&MON. B. W. C. F. Meets Tuesday Evening The Business Women's Christian Fellowship of the First Christian Church met on Tuesday evening al the Church for the monthly meeting and a pot luck supper. The invocation was given by Mrs. Alfred Cummings. Following the supper the meeting was opened with the theme song Evening Prayer" followed with prayer by Miss Faye Loomis. .. During the business session reports were heard. Mrs. B, C. Stiver led the study on "Pakistan, Ceylon, India-.Such is Their Faith." The meeting adjourned with the missionary benediction; The June meeting will be at the church- with Miss Elizabeth Francisco leader. Mrs. Mark Justiss Hostess to '37 Club Members "of the '37 Contrast Glut) were entertained on Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Mark Justiss at her home. Lovely arrangements of roses decorated the rooms arranged for the tables of players. The high score award was won by Mrs. John Pittman. Bridge_ guests were' Mrs. Dallis Atkins, Mrs. Jack Robey, Mrs. C.- R. 'Gray, Mrs. Guss McCaskill and Mrs R. L.. Blakely Jr., Mrs Carl Dalrymple'and Mrs Jess Hays were tea guests. A dainty dessert course was-served. Prescott Garden Club Meets With Mrs. H. J. Wilson no solo, "Dangerous. Journey" by Sarah Janet Bryson; Vocal solo by Cherly Gray'son, "Hearts OJ Stone'' with piano, accompanimem by Martha Ligon; Piano solo, "Doubling Town" by Ruth Hairston. •-,.•. j Linda Scott, president presided at the business session at which time the following officers were elected for the new year: President,. Ann Scott; Vice-President, Helendale Ledbetter; Secretary, Betty Lindsey; Reporter, Sarah Janet Bryson, Treasurer, Linda Scott. The meeting closed with the club pledge repeated in unison, painty refreshments were served by the hostesses, assisted by Mrs Ligon and Mrs .E. Adam. new way to. hem a garment, interline facings, and special way of construction of tailor's tacks. Mrs. Churchwell also showed some beads made from chinatoerry and gave instructions on making them. Mrs. H. B. Sanford, president, was Hempstead County's delegate to the Arkansas Recreational Workshop at Aldersgate May 10-13. The Shover Springs HOC is to give a program on KXAR May 18 with President, Mrs. Sanford; secretary, Mrs. E. Aaron; and reporter, Mrs. Joe England as speakers. Several members brought gifts for the disaster box. Several games were played and refreshments served, The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Joe England. The Prescott Garden Club- met on Tuesday afternoon in the home of Wrs. H. J. Wilson with Mrs. C. A. Wynn co-hostess for the final meeting ( of the club year. . The spacious rooms were beautifully decorated with roses and lock- .spur. . . Mrs. Burke Shelton assisted by Mrs,. Leroy Phillips . presented the program, on "Mass, Line, Modern and Table Arrangements". The officers for the new year were installed by Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton. The hostesses served a tasteful dessert course and coffee, C. G. Gordon and Ralph Gordon attended the annual convention of. the Arkansas Pharmaceutical [Association at the Hotel Marion Little Rock on Tuesday. .Mrs. Mildred Dickinson of Hope has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs D. W. Durham. Wants Armed Car for Cash Transfer ; -Lt. 'and Mrs. Bob Ifabertson- and Bobbie of Fort Smith are the gu ests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Guss McCaskill. . Victory Mrs. Carlton Roberts gave a d monstration on hemming a ski* and other sewing hints when th Victory. Home Demonstration Clu met in her home for the May mee ing. Mrs. Archie Smith was co hostess. . Mrs, E. C. Calhoun gave a re port on the care of flowers. Dis cussion on preparing chickens fo the freezer was led by Mrs. Georg Hartsfield. Mrs. Jack Siunpter led the grou in singing "Auld Lang Syne " De votional, "The Wonders of God- Love," I John .1M-3 by Mrs. Archi Smith was followed by the Lord' prayer in unison. Flower and card report was read by -Mrs. Cecil Smith. Mrs. William Stephenson received the thrif package. Mrs. Hartsfield and Mrs S^ephenson received gifts iron their secret pals, Mrs. C. J. R ow < had charge of recreation with th prize going to Mrs. Calhoun. Refreshments were served to the following, Mmes. William Schooley Dalton Smith, Herbert Arnold, De* ter Alford, Cecil Smith, Hartsfield Calhoun, Stephensqn,. Sumpter Rowe, and, Hallar McCorkle. The June meeting will be in the home of Mrs. 'Herbert Arnold. PfLOR PARKER IAMRVN ALAN LADD in hit Greatest Thrill role! ''Paratrooper" Color by Technicolor ~- with — LEO GCNN SUSAN STEPHEN BALUOON SHOWER SUNDAY NITI? Melrgge The Melrose Home Demonstration; Club met May 10 in the home of Mrs. Wes Ninemire with Mrs. W. A. -Brown as co-hostess. "America the 'Beautiful" was sung, "The wonders of God's Love" from I John was given by Mrs. D, B. Dragpo as the devotional, followed with prayer by Mrs. Gladys Roberts. Sixteen members and one visitor wer-e present. Mrs, Mangum. and Mrs. Lucy Barnes gave interesting reports on poultry and: gardening. Mrs, Virgil Hucfca'bee and Mrs. Gladys Roberts gave demonstrations on, hqme inventories and clothing. Mrs. C. P. Ililey won the surprise package. The June meeting will be in the home <rf Mrs, CWyle Rogers. Ros e Garden Club Meets The Rose Garden Club concluded the years activities with a meetin" on Tuesday after-'hoon in the home of Mrs. J. T. Worthington associat" hostesses were Mrs. W. D Golden and Mrs. E. Adams. Mrs. Worthington presided at the business meeting in the absence of the president. The club voted to send a donation to the State Sanat oriums at Booneville and Alexandr ia for books. Mrs. Carl Dalrymple was award ed the prize for the winning arrangements for the year. The following officers were instal led for the. ensuing, year by Mrs Dalrymplef President, Mrs J T Worthington; First Vice-President' Mrs. J. B. Franks; Second Vice- President, Mrs. J. T. McRae' R», cording Secretary, Mrs. Julius Adams; Corresponding Secretary Mrs Virgil Daniel Jr.; .Treasurer, Mrs' Earl Eppler; Historian, Mrs Clifton Yancey; Parliamentarian, Mrs Vernon Buchanan. A dainty dessert course was -ser. ved by the hostesses. Mrs. J. S. Crane of Ozan is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. F Yarbrough and Mr. Yarbrough. Mrs. Violet Coe has had as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ouzts of Shreveport, La. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. DeLamar motored to Little Roak Monday for the day. WIPE, SETTLES' IT FORT WORTH, Tex:, (UP) — The wife of new City Councilman Jesse 'Roach solved a problem for :he city's legal department after ler husband told them to donate lis first $40 monthly paycheck to he police-firemen pension fund. City Attorney Rhiriehart Rouer •uled' it was impossible because Mrs. Hugh McDanie] is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swafford and her new little grandson who arrival May 16th. at a Wichita, Kansas hospital. •Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brakebill of Stamps announce the birth of a daughter, Bonnie Dian, May 16th at the Cora Donnell Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr., and Mrs. Andrew Avery of Prescott. KNOWS HUSBAND JOPLIN, Mo., (UP )—Mrs. Luth er Richardson of Texarkana, Ark. knows her husband very well. She mailed a postcard to the Joplin Police' Department addressed to her husband at the jail. The card read: "If not delivered within 60 days, return to Mrs. Richardson." Yesterday, Richardson was ar rested for intoxication. E. S. Has Martha Night Order of the Eastern Star celebrated M.artha Night Tuesday evening at the Masonic Hall. In the absence of the Worthy Matron, the neeting was graciously presided over by the associate matron Mrs Lawrence Stovall. The hall was decorated with lovely arrangements of roses. Visiting Martha of Hot Springs vas introduced and given a hearty welcome. All present and past Mar- has were introduced. Mrs Faye iumwalt, Prescott Martha, was pre- ented a strand of simulated pearls >y the Hot Springs Martha. An impressive narration of "Martha" was given by Mrs. H. H. Thompson _ were 12 visitors frpm Hot springs and two from Chicago 111 resent. After the meeting a social hour vas enjoyed at which time the group enjoyed a waist measurement ontest. Cookies and cold drinks vere served from a table overlaid 'ith a white cloth and centered '}th a bququet of red roses. Ann Scott Named Juvenile Music Club President Thq Juvenile Music Club met [onday afternoon at the home of WIrs. 'Freernou Ligon with Betty 4$f>r\ ^nd JJIfry. Ad^m co-hostess- s. The meeting opened with the nging of the Federation hymn fol- wed by the club collect. Members Jjoyed working in their Activity Books. Selections presented on the prate tJ^e afterjwjojv \Kere: BIG DISCOUNT on FLOOR MODELS and one REPOSSESSED TREADLE SINGER SEWING CENTER 108 South Elm Phone 7-6840 LAS VEGAS, Nov., (UP) —A West Coast post office official investigating a plot to ro b the mails of at least $500,000 here said today he will recommend that armored cars be used to take large sums of money from post officest The statement was made by E.D. Chance of San Francisco, inspector, in charge of the West Coast, after an investigation of a Tuesday night plot here to pull off the biggest postal robbery in history. Chance told- Las Vegas post master C. K. Ryerse that he : would co'ner with David A, Stevens chief 'postal inspector, in Washing- ion, D. C., regarding use of armored cars. Five suspects were nabbed by officers shortly befpre the plot tfi •ob a postal messenger of ah estimated $730,000 to '$1,000,000 ill gambling -receipts was foiled on he, tip of an informer. ' • Postal inspectors said their reports on the incident would be cpmpleted today. Arrangement of the suspects will be Tuesda'y or Wednesday. One of the five arrested, Robert Schbmer, 29, confessed to the elaborate robbery, plan, police said. _, Miss Dix: My son'and his wife are separated. He has a job in the South and she works in the Notth. * According to him. the cause of their trouble was that she insisted on returning to an old job, while his work necessitated living in the South. I was very distressec ovfer the situation since I was extremely fond 'of my daughter-in-law They have a two-year-old boy who is with his mother.. I have been corresponding with my daughter-in-law and she has asked me to Visit her. Among other things, she hints that there's more to the story than my son has told me. Do you think the visit would be.wise? • W. S Answer: From your attitude, arid the facts as presented,' it seems-:to me that your interest in learning facts from both, sides and trying to effect a reconciliation is sincerely constructive, though others may label it plain interference. Your daughter-in-law must have a stron- fier reason for leaving than the fact that she likes a job somewhere else. When you have the stories of both parties, I do hope you can help them mend their differences. Your long letter indicates that you are a •Wise woman with much experience in living. From your vantage point you may be able to help the young folks begin life anew on a more healthy basis. He's Inarticulate 'Dear Miss Dix: I have been going with my beau for a year and a half We are both 17. Though we are very fond of each other, we realize we're too young to go steady. We don't exactly date others, but do go out'in groups, have, many friends and enjoy things apart as well as together. My beau doesn't say he Joves me, though .his actions certainly indicate it. He never says -sweet things to me. It is silly to let this worry me? . F F. Answer: It might sound silly to older folks,' but this is an awfully important issue with teen-agers. However,; I don't think you should Jet it worry you. The boy is very young, and probably isn't sure of his own emotions. Actions speak louder than'wordsr if he, is attentive and affectionate in behavior the words will come in time. See us now for your ... "GE-' AIR-CONDITIONER Hgmm Tire & Appliance Co. S. Walnut St. Now is the time to Get SCREENS From GUNTIR RETAIL LUMBER CO. 422 E. DIVISION Dear Miss Dix: For.two years I have .been -going with Hal, who is 29. I am 22. I have been married befpre and have a five-years-old daughter. At first things seemed serio'us between, Hal and- me," but for th,e past few months he's been hedging on the subject of matrimony.-He says'I'm selfish and in- mature, complains about most of my actions arid takes personal credit for the few things I do that he admits are good. Also he's suspicious • and- gets very angry if I don't take- his advice about everything. Would he. change after marriage, or do you think it Would be best for me to forget him? G. E. .Answer:: Aren't you being a bit premature in wondering what will happen after marriage — the marriage that Hal seems determined will never take place? By the age ot 29 hi$ character is quite well settled, and it. is likely that his ba- ,sic qualities will change. the city charter requires that each councilman be paid. Mrs. Roach said "if the city can't keep it, ' you'd' better . not come .home without it." I Even if he decides to do you _ favor and marry you (which would f be exactly his attitude), I advise I against it. You were married muchW; too young the first time and, though you give ho reason for that rrt»r- ital breakup, your immaturity could very well have been the cause. Give yourself a chance to grow a bit in emotional stability arid, in the ways of the world. Don't repeat your first mistake. Dear Miss Dix: Though Mrs. J. and I have been good friends all our lives, I failed to receive an in^ vitation to a shower she gave-for her future daughter-in«law. Needless to say I Was very hurt. Would it be proper for me -to- give/the girl a gift, anyway? Also, should I invite Mrs. J. when I have a party? ' ' S. E. Answer: Such a flagrant oversight is more likely to be; .due to carelessness than deliberate in- .ention. Give your old friend the Benefit of the doubt and act for a :ime, as if the incident had notlj occurred. Do not bring it to Mrs. J.'s attention by giving the guest of honor a gift. At some future date you might ask for an explanation, but I wouldn't do so while you're nursing injured feelings. THE BEAUTY BOX Open 6 Days a Appointments after S for those who work. Phone 7-5850 INVITATION HARD OF HEARING See the Complete Line Of New 3 - Transistor Acousticon Hearing Aids That Aw That Are That Are •• Light, Small/ E<tn«mi<«l. Priced Reasonably (Hf«£<i Up), - Individually Fitted to You. Tuesday, Moy 24, 1 to 4 p.m. SHIPLEY'S STUDIO Y«wr X Outdoor Stmon Catalog Is with tlmtly ftem. you nt«d . ° , , F«f Alt Mak*t Ctll A. L. iurni, Jr., for Appojrttmfntt After Hog W, Acouiticon . . . Sine* 1902 - - - Waild 1 ! Fint Eltctr^ H«arin f Aid W&KM'» , ^ 44. ^ fc&*&*^!.,,« AtM IfAR 'l"( I HAVE •„•-' ^•^smmm THINGS FOR YOU ITS AGOOp-THING HUSBANDS HAVEJOBS TO GOTO DURING THE REST UP FROM THEIR' WEEK, ENDS AT HOME O.~i_ (THE WEEK ENC "• 3 j=O._. ^~ - fsr^ A i-^ DEAR, THEBES A LOT MORE HIM PER A B&3KENO/ OUOH HAVE OTHUf* OUT QUA WAY •y MtefHMl O'NUHty «Ml l^Mi ' '^"~ Answer to Prcviou* Puzxic U. S. President , THAT) 0EM, 6O OUT I HAP TO GET WATER/ Y PUT IT POWM I CAM FOUR THIS IK) HERE.'IHAt» TO SET AM 1 SEE NOW-YOU KIN <3ET.\e>UR FOOT ACROSS SO Hirelings 1 President ot the United States, William Harrison 6 He was the U. S. President 11 Puff up 12 Idolize OUTAFIReiNA WASTEBASKlT AWJBOV, AMI 51 Lock of hair DOWN 1 Girl's name 2 "Lily maid of Astolat" 3 Surmise wood sprite 4 Route (ab.) 6 Affirmative 17 Footlike part 32 Changes »*»!« in,«o«» reply 20 Dress 33 Kind of sauce » Blackboards 6 Pertaining to Zl Mythical king 34 SWamp M Continued the nose of Britain 35 Expunged 7 Roman date 22 Antenna 8 Correlative of 24 Sea eagle neither 25 Withered 9 Baseball term 27 Cooking 10 Cured utensils -™ nu^t,.. 19 His wifewas 13 Lath ,f ; y' 30 Pierce wit& 46 Make* ,j J| 't •—- Symmes 15Strong " : : a knife mistake * v ). Harrison alkalines 31 Cylindrical 47 Pastry ' 21 Babylonian story 1» Hawaiian • wreath 17 Dance step : Iff Thickness 36 Lease 38 Paces 41 Blackthorn 44 Unit of weight 45 Rodent WASH TUBES SLAZ65..,PRMJK, T THW £0? HES 4 f HAWE THEY POUNP X MO. HUP.5PM 1 . PWWK, \ NOW CHIBP OF I*Y CREW CHlEPil THE EkRClfW«|C*fcfc. WBNT ASTMY.miJi* . deity • 22 Toward the ]•• sheltered side -23 Seesaws .: 25 Plants :JM Pewter coin of ! Malaya ;'27 Through i28 Hostelry ; 29 Boundary - (comb, form) '80 Gaze fixedly 33 River boat 37 Distant (comb, form) 38 Signal ot distress 39 Learning 40 Wile 41 Pigpen .42 Raced 43 Insect 45 Meal 1 ''* 49 Group of ' ' soldiers 49 Get up WHY HOtHERS. GET ORAV OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopto To come in and get acquainted with the new owners. ... Leonard & Charlotte Blood DOW'T HAVE «K IF'THI:£ M 5DMMA WHITE'S DRIVE-IN VX>TS AN& HER BUDDIES CARNIVAL •T Dick Tumw • Experienced •- Mechentci New & Used PARTS 8UG5PUNNY Don't Wait? Have that work done on'your car or truck now. Have that glass installed that's broken. ...lUTIFITWINKO-CNIUT -"" ter VA KNOW." /.NEVER / WONDER OWNED ONS.VOU WASCAU By Herthbergcr WYLIE Gloss & Salvage Co. Wert 3rd Stra«l) OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ALLEY OOP I \GOOD IDEA! HIS TO THINK'OF /THINK WE'P\ PLACE 15 CVfR SCOTT GOULD HAVE IT, r fiUESS BETTER «?^,Y^L \JwJt\P*.™*) YOJ CAN LEftRN,Jb,i.irf!''|. IT EAStf<A T. M. fhg. B. S. P»t Off. Cofr. 1955 by NE* S<rvi», Inc. "Have it for a song, eh? You're referring to a HJT song I presume!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbroirb It's a reminder to keep the wife from burning the steaks!" «WEET|FPIE By Nodin. S*lMf -air-i-U- \-Lm i_JL -Y% *PISCILLA'S FOP MV, WHAT MASSJVE THi STORY OF MARTHA WAYNi "Remember that basket of cabbage 7 your aunt cavt u» whe^i we drove out there last H*ve you seen toniht'* . . v _ ThU If Your Outdoor Season Catalog , „ you need now! T Sales Office anct se«. this SAL^ CATA,' ; packed with thousands of price cuts and ( Of new summer items not found in Sears' Bio, J, Buy npw at sal* prices and save. Purchase* i*??' 00 *• m « t * ma X b» bought on Sears. 9Qii|facti6n QuojiQritted. All items found In Sears Catalog (an b« ordered by ph, Bft Coll: 7-3492 -*•-

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