, n <—*--_ — - - HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, June itf WiMhiUh. who must PRESCOHNEWS r «II«e« Safle itery. ", fe— Waflaee Safle Head* Pr*sco« Ll6n* Mrs. Roy, Loomis and her guests At thp tegular meeting of the-Mrs. Bob Moseley and Mrs. Travis Pt-eTsCdtt Lions Club held on Thur-|Whately of Longview returned Fri- Sda>'"hb'on at the Broadway Hotel, day night from Fayetteville where Judge C. C. Mitchell introduced they were the guests of Mr. and Coach tke Sharps who spoke on Mrs. Tom McCauley. *'What Is Expected of Him as' a I , • >~ Coach" and oh "What He Expects Mrs. Al Loomis, Miss 'Faye Loo- -MoyeYs Nome k«d to Probe —' tlie name of sttrr catcher of entered a **f*fmmjf-m* -»^WUQ«;lo, VlllCTltJU U -Llqbpr Authority invtfsliga- Jqurnal-Ahiert- 'owner of : a ^Stcfre, "Wotild be --,__ investigators who Sftd\'SlA JgeritB^ took' bribes £ovffie¥r0Fbars and package i?^new8p«per said Campanella cailtSl before' J. Erwin Sha- tat#$ investigation' commls- afi8-asked to produce the i»>, andvtecohte of'his store, liteen employes of the SLA X hive' Vesigned or have fired in -the probe. investigating me." (Juoted .Campaneila , *'They'are Investigating r board and its employes. ' It I've' g«t a good, cle'an .borrowed money from lb* Stria mortgaged my r' it." w*9q et 4nM he had "noth- > about/' rtyWttiVtars said yes- Wilier cent of New 7,f49 rTjai-s have been i "i* lh»kfedpwns of one sort i^KMSLSl^- : <8 tMIOH' BONE Horwiy '(I) — Norway's ' t 'VII fell today and of The Team and Parents of Prescott." . Curing the business session the following, officers Were installed' by President Carroll Bratton. President, Wallace 'Sage; Secretary, Paul Hiett; First Vice President, tJaVvsoil Henry ;Second Vice Presi dertl, C. O. Wahluist; Third Vice President, Bill dates; tail twister C. .R. Gray; Lion .Tamer, H. W Butler, Board members to serve one' year al-e Irvin Fairchild Ruck er Mu'rry, and Bryan Ritchie Board members to serve two year are William Zumwalt, Russel Floyd and Dick Bright. mis, Miss Mildred Loomis, M/Sgt. and Mrs. Wayne.Loomis of Langley Field, Va!, were the Thursday supper guests of Col and Mrs. Sidney Lodmis in Arkadelphla. Methodist Have Open House Members of the First Methodis Church entertained with "Open Souse" on Thursday afternoon 'rom 3 to 5 and in the evening !rom 7 to 9 at the attractive new Methodist parsonage. The guests were greeted by. Rev and Mrs. W. D. Golden. The living room and bedrooms were beautifully decorated with rrangements of dalhais, roses anc gladiolus. The dining table was> entered with. a 'bowl of pink dal- iias and the buffet was graped will a silver bowl filled with pink oses and flanked 'by silver candel- bra holding glowing pink tapers. 1 .One hundred-'fifteen registered n the guest book that, was placed >ri the desk in the master bedroom. •. ; Mrs.-Roy Duke and Mrs. H. H. VIcKenzie assisted In courtesies in he afternoon and Mrs. O. G. Hirt and Mrs. Dan Pittman in the ivening. Out of town guests were Mr. and ilrsr. Kidd Crumby, 'Rev. and Mrs. oe Hurfter of Emmet, Dr. W. E. Brown and Mr. Fred Gantt .of 'cxarkana. , iar-old-mbharch was vimmediately to a hospital, [inu'& Wtf 1 thp tirfthViinm flnhr iom floor' Hiihmer jesdrt at Bygdoy, 4e Oslo: -arch. F. J. White Honored Members of the Board' of Dlr- ctofs of the Bank! of Prcscptt onored T 1 . J. Tfrhite witli a, barbc- ue supper at the Johnson Farm on Wday evening. | . Mr. 'and' Mrs. Wliite will leave ils ;week for Fort Smith to make heir 1 home. : Those attending were Wren Scott, R. W. Hambright, Olen Hendrix, p. K. Bemis, T. M. Bemis, Brad. Dewoody, Archie Johnson, Dr. J., B, Htisterly and Dr. A. W. Hudson. j- Rev., Joe McGhee of Fordyce and Rev. "li. .T. Lawrence of Hope were J — i " ' the Friday guests of Guss McCas- Js, in effect, kill for a Stewardship Committee ; pre-me'efirig of Ouachita 'Presby« Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Langley and Kathy, Mrs. Edward Bryson, Ma'ry Beth and Ed spent Sunday -afternoon at Narrows Dam. Capt. Jerry Dildy of Texarkana Was the guest Saturday of Miss Bitley Bemis. Mr. and Mrs. Adam. Guthrie, Jr., Mr.' and Mrs. Jim Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Jeb Wylie and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward spent the weekend at Ouachita Late. Mr. and Mr$. C. G. Gordon spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Gordon in Magnolia. News Briefs LITTLE fcOCK (/?)— The bemo- cratic State Committee met today to .go through the forntality of electing three more Negroes to its membership. The new members are Coy Franklin of Birdsong, J. R. Booker of Little Rock, and Fred W. Martin of Hot Springs. They were selected June 16 by a yubc6rrirhittee MARKETS i^. . — _..«•.. St. L6UIS LIVESTOCK Burma Premier to Visit Wifh Ike NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, ill.i trade house was credited with sell- p res i dent ' Hogs 3,500; active, 25-50 '.^g JMK10 bales of old crop July! ary of gtate WASHINGTON G?)—Prime Minister U Nu of Burma arrives today to discuss Far East tensions with and Secre- higher than Tuesday's ' average; i agai " st Purchases of Decembe'r bulk choice No. Is. 2s and 3s I80-, futures -. Tner e were no 220 Ib barrows and gilts ^ lnsferable notices issued at uniform choice No. Is and 2s, Yo / k( for , ^ e thlrd consecutive day. scholarly Prime Minister, has offered to help bridge the between Communist China 20.75; atKrtit. a "deck mostly choice! Lale , af , ler "° oon prices , were . un Mo meet with and Eiseri- to represent the First, Fifth .nd is around ^<f Ibln.Hd; 22^40 Ib 'changed to 40 cents a bale high-^; ^hor £ £ ^'hl. TrrivalTy Sixth nnnomcoinnoi n;-i_:_._ _. 11071;.on en. „ 41.. on nn ,._ er than the nrpvinns rlnsp .Tnlv' . . '. ' BIM.I nis> diiivai oy , . - wr s . r Sixth Congressional Districts, re-M9.75-20.50; mostly 20.00 up; few er than the previous close. July air from New York ron - '- "non. mZ » n ,,, .««1..T- 34 OR D<<tnhni' • 9d 1R ana no^^^. d " urn 1New YOrK. Last fall, the Democratic State Convention authorized the addition of six Negroes to the committee, which previously had been limited to white members. Negro members from the Second, Third and Fourth Districts were named shortly afte the convention ended. 20s to 20.60; 240-70 Ib 19.00-0 00- 34 ' 08 a few to .25; heavier weights ber 34 ' 24 ' scarce; 150-170 Ib 18.75-20.00; sows 400 Ib down 15.50-17.25; a few to J7.50; .heavier sows mostly 13,0015.25; boars 8.50-13.00. 4.10 and Deceni- NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK Ml — A declining stock market encountered buying Cattle 1,800; calves GOO; open- ^ n mid-afternoon today and some „ „-„-__,i.. -A_-J.. _ . . Saxon Regan motored to Little Rock Saturday and met Mrs. Regan Who returned via plane from Minneapolis, Minn., where she has been the guest- of her brother, C. E. Plante and Mrs. Plank. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. .Bemis and Mr. William. Dates have recently returned from points in Sweden and Switzerland where they toured lum,' ber mills. Mrs. Harold Simpson has returned to Cincinnati, Ohio after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Bemis and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stegar, Kay Ellen and Rodney returned to their lome In Excelsior Springs, Mo., iTViday after 'a visit with .his mother, Mrs. J. C. Stegar, who accom panied them home for a visit. CHATTANOOGA. Te nn . (M Marvil Hill, 29 and Donald Gl&S Bow, 4f>, two of six crew members injured in the explosion and buVn ing of a towboat here Saturdaj Which took seven lives, are improv ing at Erlnnger Hospital, attend ants said today. The hospital reported Glasgow, of Caruthersville, Mo., pilot of the ill-fated "Donna Lee" towboat, is in "good" condition, while Hill relief captain from Hoxie, Ark. is in "fair" condition. Both men suffered second-degree burns on the face, arms ar& shoulders. TULSA, Okla. (UP) A long- range plan for development of land and water resources in the Arkan- jsas-White-Red Riv'cr basin's was approved here by the basins inter, agency committee. fhe plan will be reviewed by top-level U. S. Army engineers officials before it is released to the public. It is the result of a five- year-study made by a 15-member committee composed of both state and federal representatives. Territory covered by the plan includes 1-11th of the entire surface area of the United State. Friends of A. V. Davis will re gret that he is ill at tho Cora Don nell Hospital. ARKAN8ANS HURT MEMPHIS (UP). — A crash nvolving a police squad car on a Memphis, .street injured an Arkan sas couple, . . and two policemen Mr. and Mrs. Abe Abroms of Dcr •nott, Arkansas were taken to thp hospital. . Abroms was admitted w,lth chest njurles. His wife was treated for Dru'ises, ahd dismissed. The police car was answering 'fight" call." Abroms said he didn't r the siren as he entered the ntersection because his car win ows were up and the auto air con ditioner was in operation. l .. Buy now and get many months wear. Sayings from $4.00 to $8.00 per dress. Large group, good size assbrtment v wanted fabrics. Here are a few of the prices on this selected group of Dresses W*r« Assorted Prices Were $8.98 Were $10.98 5-50 4.50 Were $12.?8 6-50 FAYETTEVILLE (UP) — 'The Southern -Regional training program for extension workers got underway at the University Of Arkansas this week with 150 persons attending. The school, held annually by the College of Agriculture and home economics, will continue through July 15 with 13 states, Puerto Rico and five foreign countries, represented. ; EL DORADO '(UP) Lion Oil Company officials announced today that Lion has discovered an apparent oil field in Bottineau Couh- : ty, North Dakota, Lion has a one-fourth interest j the lease, which covers 40' acre and a %ths interest in 1,120 acre jointly leased with another' firm in the immediate vicinity. ;i ing generally steady on steers and heifers; meager supplies influnc- ing moderate activity; good largely 19.00-20.75; one load choice yearling steers 21.50; cows fully steady with some irregular strength utility and commercial 11.00-13.00; a few 13.50-14.00; canners and cutters 8.00-11.00; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 13.00-15.00; heavy fat bulls 11.00-12.00; canner bulls down to 10.00; vealers and calves steady; a few high choice and prime 22.00-23.00; good and and prime 22.00-23.00; good and choice vealers 17.00-21.00; commercial and good 13.00-17.00. Sheep 800; trading active, fully rtCady; choice and prime spring ambs 21.50-22.50; good and choice lots 19.00-21.00; utility and good 15.00-19.00; culls largely 13.0014.00; cull to good shorn ewes 3.505.00. POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO (ffl — Live poultry teady; receipts in coops 584 (yes etrday 554 coops, 77,008 Ib); f.o.b. saying prices unchanged to i/, ilGHER: HEAVY' HENS 2428.57 igM hens 1819; broilers or fry crs 2931; old roosters 1212.5; ca ponerttes 3435. Butter steady; re ce ipts 1,424, 135; wholesale buying prices un changed; 93 score AA 56.75; 92 A 6.75; 90 B 54.5; 89 C 52.5; cars 90 B 55; 89 C 53.5. Eggs about steady; receipts 15, 199; wntolesale buying prices 1 low- leading issues moved quickly to the plus side, Du Pont, down a dOuple ol points earlier in the day, bounced tack to show a gain of around 5. Bethlehem Steel, U. S. Steel and New York Central edged higher. Losses were trimmed in the motors, rubbers, rails and oils. On balance, however, the market remained lower for the day. Volume totaled around 2,200,000 shares. Yesterday, 2,180,000 shares changed hands. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO (/PI— Wh ea t firmed on the Boardt of Trade today after faltering in early hours of the market. The rest of the market except rye also moved higher although oats were inclined to drag. Rye and oats were 'troubled by continued reports of excellent crop prospects. Soybeans took to higher ground on small local stocks and a fairly large commitment in trie July delivery. A help to wheat came from reports of more rains in the harvest legion while corn turned higher with the promise of substantial r.'ear term exports to Austria. Wheat finished unchanged to 1 cent higher, July $1.99-1.98; corn is "/a- higher, July $1.43'/ B ; oats were unchanged to higher, July 65>/8-65, and rye was ] / 4 lower to 1/4 higher, July $1.01'/ 4 . Soybeans were unchanged to 1 cents higher July $2.42-%. Wheat: No. 1 and No. 2 red 202. iO-69.9 per cent A's 37.5; mixed 7.5; meidiums 35; U.S. standards :2; dirties 30; checks 29; current 'eceipts 31. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YOR KOH — Cotton futures moved in a narrow range inslow dealings today. The market was airly active- at the start, partly m switching; from old crop July o later months. A New Orleans 50|/ 2 ; sample gr ade 1 .35-37'/2Oats: No. 1 heavy mixed 73'/ 2 -74; No. 1 heavy white 74&-V6; No. 1 mixed 73'/ 2 . Soybean oil: 11-12; soybean meal: 53.50. Barley nominal: Malting choice 1.25-50;! feed 95-1.00. Farm experts say ewes should be bred as soon as possible after the lambs are sold. He will remain in Washington until Sunday. Dulles pointedly opened the way for any proposals U Nu may have by sayihg at his news conference yesterday he looked forward to the Asian leader's visit. He said he expected to discuss problems dealing with relaxation of tensions in the Far East. The 48-year-old Prime Minister, an active neutralist closely aligned with Prime Minister Nehru of India, visited Peiping last December. He declared afterwards that he might have some contribution to make in settling differences between the United States and Red One Arkansan Still in Title Running Owe McHaney of Little Rock Ark., scored an easy second round conquest in the women's singles of the Missouri Valley Tennis Tour- j'J/ jnament here yesterday, but two [ether Arkansan s w er e eliminated. Miss McHaney, winner of the recent Arkansas Junior Chamber of Commel-ce women's championship, defeated Barbara Anthony of Helena, Okla., 6-1, 6-0. Wednesday, June 29, 1955 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS^ Calendar China. However, he is not expected to propose a specific formula nor to seek the role of mediator between the two countries. StomadiijUprcar Get fast, soothing relief with PERCY MEDICINE ,» Tuesday June 28 Friendship Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday June 28, in the home of Mrs. A. A. An- 'drews, 1512 S. Pine at 7:30 p. m. giAll members and associate members are urged to attend. . Kathleen Mallory Circle of the 'First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday June 28, at 7:30 p. rn.jjin the hqrae of Mrs ( Ed.O'Gi-an ,<•"*•• ,; '-•: •• r il; i if; attend this camp while it is in session. by her father, wore an 'afternoon dress of ice blue crystalette organza, styled with princess waistline and scooped neck encircled with seed pearls and rhinestones. Her ensemble was complemented by white accessories. The bride's only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. She carried an ivory Bible topped with a white orchid. Miss Jan Moses, sister of the Spa Premiere forMarjorie Lawrence Film All the glamour of a Hollywood premiere opening will come to Ar- DOROTHY D'X He Keeps A Diary Dear Miss Dix: I have been the happiest wife on earth during my year of marriage. My husband has done everything to make me hap.,!,„,. . Py and I have had complete faith ^" sa ° ° n '!° "\ g . h ' * ?£!*!* * "im. But yesterday, in less than Refreshments were served to the groom, was maid of honor. She June 30th . when the Malco Theatre! five m j nutes my heart was broken 10 members present. wore a pale yellow fitted bodice in Hot Springs will present the and my faith m him complete , dress of organza, with a side sashi Soulhcrn Premiere of the story of - x -"->"*- «-*!£, 11111,0, VVilllCI.-MUCOCtJlll and matching gloves. Her broad- Arkansas' own Marjorie Lawrence, brimmed hat was of white horse- nimed in Cinemascope and Techni- hair braid with turquoise streamer. I color Mrs. Lawrence Martin Honored By Cosmopolitan Club Members of the Cosmopolitan j The bridesmaids. Miss Mary'"sue I 'Interrupted Melody," . . ii__'TJov.v-r,^,v, «r A !.• _ T_ _.._i -»»__ Tjau*]'pnnp*s fnvnrilp P. Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer, Miss Lawrence's favorite charities will benefit. M. S. McCord, president of Unit- To Our Customers and Friends We have completely AIR CONDITIONED our Store for your comfort while shopping. Meet your friends at our Fountain and cool off with a cool drink. 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST Phone 7-2292 VETERANS Are you making your training and experience, you gained in the Army pay off? WHY NOT? Contact Captain Julian E. Spillers, 204 Main St. ; or phone 7-3301 and see about joining an Army Reserve Unit and draw pay and become eligible for promotion and transfer from the active Reserve. The Army Reserve Unit here in Hope meets ever Thursday night 7:30 P. M. at the National Guard Armory,. , f ' ' Jury 4th at Country Club A family Picnic Will be held 'at the Hope Country Club July 4th. at :30 p. -m:- Host and Hostesses will >e Ml 1 , and Mrs. H. O. Kyler Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred McElroy, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Homer 'Beyerley. Club met Friday afternoon at the:Harmon of Arcadia, La., and Mrs. home of Mrs. L. B. Tooley for an! Billy Wayne Laney of Junction informal party honoring their, pre-jCily, Ark., wore pale pink organza sident, Mrs. Lawrence Martin who; dresses, identical in design to that ed Theatres Corporation who oper- is leaving Hope later this summer |°f the maid of honor, as were their a i e ,!, he M alco in Ho1 Springs visit- where she and Mr. Martin will be!' ln 's and gloves. All attendants " " ^ ~ " " ~ members of the High School f ac- i carried nosegays of white asters, ulty. : The guests were entertained on the porch of lh<5 Tooley home which tied with turquoise ribbon. Max Lee of Magnolia served Mr. Moses as best man. Groomsmen ed Miss Lawrence and Dr. Tom King, and final arrangements have been made for the formal affair to be presented with klieg lign'ts and glamour that have only been equal- Thursday July 7 Josephine Skaggs Jr. GA's of the of summer flowers. I Tommy Powell, brother of the was decorated with arrangements!were Allen Lee of Magnolia andi led by Grauman's Chinese Theatre 1 - I m Hollywood. So thrilled was Miss Lawrence in having this premiere in her own home town — she has lived at Har- After a period of conversation, ] bride. They also served as candle the honoree was given a piece of china as r. gift from the club. The vice-president, Mrs. Franklin Hor- lighters. Mrs. Powell, mother of the bride, ton, made the presentation speech with white accessories and her in original verse expressing the flowers were a corsage of pink 'car- wore a blue linen -and lace dress i mony Hills 'Ranch for the past 12 First Baptist Church will meet regret of the members in losing nations. Thursday July 7th. at 3 o'clock in the home of Lana Thompson. Josep.hine Skaggs GA's f) Met With Mary Alice Mosley The Josephine Skaggs Jr. GA's of the First Baptist church met in the home of Mary Alice Mosley Monday June 27, at 4 o'clock. Mrs.' Jack ^Hq^g, counselor, was in charge of'the • mission study and one of the charter mmbers of the club who >at this time is serving as president. Refreshments of sherbert and Mrs. Moses, mother of the groom, wore a pink linen dress with navy accessories and a shoulder corsage of white carnations. cookies were served to the group i Miss Judy Mosus, sister of the by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Nancy Tooley. Mrs. E. J. O'Gran Hostess to Kathleen Mallory Circle The Kathleen Mallory Circle groom, presided at the bride's book. She wore a pale pink shadow organdy dress, trimmed with pink velvet. For traveling the bride chose a navy, two-piece dress with navy and white accessories. She pinned present a guest, Miss Jan Mo-e.'^^ W. M. U. of the First Baptist:a white orchid at her shoulder. Camp. Many of the Ga's plan to ARKADELPHIA (UP) — D W. C. Thomasson, chairman < the division • of education an psychology at Henderson Stat Teachers college, has' been name director of the new HSTC gradu ate studies program. Dean S. C. E. Powers sai Thomasson would continue as vision chairman in addition to th new post. MARIANNA (UP) — Dan Fes serman, 40, was in serious cond :ion in' a hospital in Memphis wit jijuries suffered yesterday whe IB was mangled in a corn crush er. ,He sustained a broken leg land and arm and head injuries 'LITT1LE ROCK (UP) — Midlan Contractors, Inc. of Chicago, wa apparent low of three bids fo construction of a 750-seat bas .heater at Little Rock Air Fore base. Midland bid $159,734 against i ;overnment estimate of $178,860. In another bid opening at th< .ittle Rock office of the U. S !orps of Engnieers, Ben M. Hogan and Company of Little Rock wa ipparent low at $792,521 of fou >ids on paving of the streets o Blytheville Air Force base. Government estimate on the 90, )00-square-yard project was 07. ^ sVW «•* t ^^^^^^ ^^B^^B ^^^^^ ^HJ^ ^^PB^^ ' « ~ if r* it . i y * *, -*Ufi*-"-=i L.ITTLE ROOK (UP) — A "milk bar" was set up here at th< fifth annual rural health confer ence, which opened yesterday. Arkansas Weather By The Associated Press Central Arkansas: Partly cloudy and continued warm this after noon, tonight and Thursday with widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms. High this afternoon low to mid 90s; low to night low 70s. Northeast Arkansas: Partly cloudy and continued warm this, afternoon tonight and Thursday with widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms. High this afternoon low to mid 90s; low tonight upper 60s. Southeast Arkansas: Partly cloudy and continued warm this afternoon, tonight and Thursday with widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms. High this afternoon in mid 90s; low to night lower 70s. Northwest Arkansas: Partly cloudy and continued warm this afternoon, tonight and Thursday with widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms. High ,his afternoon in low ,90s; low tonight mid to high 60s. 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ADDED FUN! • Late World News • Color Cartoon and so: cial meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. E. J. O'Gran. The meeting opened with prayer. A brief business session followed, which was presided over by the cir ; cle chairman, Mrs. C. M. Rogers^ Jr., Reports were given by committee chairmen and the circle advisor, Mrs. Jack Hogg. Mesdames Frances Harvey, Nan The couple is at home in Brownfield, Texas, where the groom is employed by the Magnolia Petroleum Company. Coming and Going Mr .and Mrs. John S. Gibson Jr., have returned from Denver, Colorado after visit with their shattered. My husband keeps a diary and ion of this perfect man. Don't spoil a good marriage by unnecessary brooding. Dear Miss Dix: Three years ago Desi and Lucy to Make a New Movie By BOB THOMAS Mother Cfii Child years, just south of Hot Springs - hp h ' rt ", * ' *• f that she shortened appearance for ! ^J' adna date T. a "° rd i n S *o e n nn», «,;„„ ~e UTI «)„,! T.i^^.,,-,,1 diai y- Do yo" think he has become date. Finally I went out and insisted on a quick answer; as a result we were married in a short time. Do you think I did right? Sometimes I think 1 acted foolishly But I was so much in love with him I couldn't help it. BRENDA on a sudden impulse I opened «i' al , d n ° thi " g fout our wedding j. . r *^ *"rtafaTPiMillWI limn 4 rtii* n*i<4 Inni'ist and began to read. What I expected, I suppose, was to read how much he loved me and enjoyed our trips together. What I found Was quite different. It seems that during our early dating, our engagement, and even several months after our marriage, he had dates with other girls. Now I don't know what to do. I cannot approach him and thus •admit my own wrongdoing. I love him too much to leave him, but can't trust him enough for the future. Whenever he travels, as he does in the course of his work, I'll go crazy with worry. It's been several months since the ~ co o= ^. .„.« ,„«. ..„ I married and now have two chil- ***** a S°- Desl • rn ?, was a a ' dren Before our marriage, John left for the coast where he stayed a year. We corresponded, but he HOT SPfttftOS \fo* ... Hendrix 23^ has been- with child neglect lo . beating of her 4-yeaj--ol<l,_d>flgh Mona Lanell "lab*" drlx daughter by 8 i HOLLYWOOD *~ .Only a few 5 n % S^fSSSSA aM&VtiHi* small roles in films. Today he is a full-fledged part AWMCIJ IMS 10 p .lU4*-4Jl.V«5t-u |*l». V - *V\H nor with MGM as the producer of sassetl ™ e pie bruises'-aml ltac«r4tte«J,4 J J**8 • Mrs. Hendrfjp 'tolJl 1 whipped the • Child '•' Answer: Is your marriage happy? If so, the end has justified the means. Very often men need a bit of proding to get them to the altar but they rarely forget It. a new wing of Mt. Sinai Hospital there next Tuesday. Mr. McCord also announced that in Hot Springs premiere that those attending will get to not only see Miss Lawrence in Person that thrill of hearing her sing in the prologue to the picture from the stage that night. more satisfied with our marriage? I want to be happy with him and I want to make him py. I must can I do it? Ike Challenges Continued from Page One congressional campaign that Democratic victory then would mean a "cold war" between Congress and the executive branch. By BACK BELL WASHINGTON (ffl Sen. Ives mediate Girl's Auxiliary were also j Utah while on vanation. guests. Intermediate Ga's presented sto- Mr. L. D. Barnum will leave tones, read scripture verses and pre- night for Union City, Indiana to sented material on stewardship The attend the funeral of his brother-in- girls were Sue Ann Smith, Judyi] a \v, Leroy Hartzell. Beth Davis, Patsy Burroughs and Sherrie Hankins. At the social period a dessert plate was served by the hostess to the'12 present. Miss Sara Lou Powell And Robert Larry Moses Marriage Announced Hope, (R-NY) accused Democrats today cy Jordan and Helen Seaver were! son, John. They visited Yel-;of "trying to climb on the Eisen- guests. Four girls from the Inter-.lowstone Park and Salt Lake City, j hower bandwagon" with claims that ~" they are supporting the President's programs in' Congress. Ives said in an interview he regards a statement yesterday by Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Tex) as indicating the Democrats have concluded Eisenhower will be. reelected next year, and have de. cided to concentrate on efforts to retain their control of Congress. Johnson, the Senate Democratic leader, said in a statement the Senate's record in this session disproves Eisenhower's contention during the campaign last October that Democratic control of Congress would result .in "a cold war of pd-rtisan' politics." After the Democrats did win control, Eisenhower told a news conference the words he used were too strong for what he had in mind. Ives said a list of 45 bills Johnson said represent the character of the current legislative program showed the Democrats are "facing in two directions." He noted that Johnson, shortly after issuing his statement, tallied Democratic forces to defeat a GOP attempt to authorize the atomic peace ship Eisenhower has proposed. "The Democrats are criticizing Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Sarah Thomas, Miss Obera Dodson, Hope, Mrs. James Belts. Rt. 1, Hope, Gerald Sisson, Rt. 2, Hope. Discharged: Mr. Charles Key, Rt. The wedding of Miss Sara Lou 4 . Hope. Sarah Muldrow, Hope, Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Geneva Cummings, R,t. 1, Hope. D. D. Powell of Junction City Ark- 'Louise Morrison, Rt. f, Hope. Mr. ansas, and Robert Larry Moses, c - B - Shackleford, Rt. 3, Hope, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Moses Bobby and Sarah Thomas, Hope, of this city, was an'event of Sunday j announce the arrival of a daughter afternoon, June 5, at 3 o'clock at June 27. the Temple Baptist Church of Ruston, Louisiana. The double ring ceremony was solemnized by Dr. J. C. Murphy, pastor of the church, before a background of. floor baskets of gardenias, stock, and fern. Four seven-! branched candelabras, holding Boyle Continued from Page One ^ging a sack of marbles—now that nuptial white tapers, lighted the scene . Prior to the ceremony Mr. Roger. ,. Lawson of Huston. Louisiana, pro- s P en . dln S most playgrounds are paved. People who think television is vided organ music by playing "I Love You Truly," "Leibestraum," and "Nocturne." "Claire de Lune" was played during the ceremony. Mr. Lawson also accompanied Mr. Charles Worley of Fort Worth, Texas, who sang ."Because," "Through the Years," and "The Lord's Prayer." The. wedding march by Mendelssohn was used as the recessional. The bride, given in marriage a waste of time—but don't . mind three evenings a week playing gin rummy. HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP . Completely AIR CONDITIONED for your comfort 104 S. Elm Phone 7-2878 Hazel Virginia Auline Folks whose ancestors went west in covered wagons but now think life isn't worth living without air conditioning. How poison ivy and the common cold managed to survive the President on one hand and claiming to support him on the ether," Ives said. "They realize they can't attack him or his pro grain successfully and they are trying to claim credit for as much as they can get away with. "What they are doing is trying A. L. T. you from first shock of disillusionment and 'are regaining your emotional balance. You realize, of course that unless you want to confess to a very sneaky bit of business (and I think there's nothing lower than reading another person's private mail or diary), you've got to accept the situation as it is. However, here are some words of comfort. 'He's Exaggerating These "dates" were probably magnified by your husband, who enjoyed picturing himself as an irresistable hero. He assumed that in,,marrying you, he broke the heart of every girl he knew, and felt obliged to taper off their heartbreak. That the dating has ceased, in the past few months Is a sure sign that this stage of adolescence, has been outgrown. ••If you and your husband are so close, you might mention it as a joke, Say, in an off-hand manner, "I happened to pick up your diary today and read a page or two; you sure had a lot of romances before I caught you." I doubt If you will get away with it, but it will ease your conscience and will serve-, the more important purpose of ;putting, the tell-tale book out Of'your breach. As long as it remains in the house, you'll be tempted to read it. And heaven only knows what tales he'll use next to boost his ego. I doubt 'if you have anything to worry about, from your dcscript- Dear Miss Dix! I am employed by a woman who has absolutely no respect for the privacy of others. Because I live in her home she believes she has a right to enter my room when I'm out, read 'my correspondence and investigate everything. Later she subtly lets me a movie, "Forever, - .Darling," starring himself and his talenlec wife Lucille Ball! Desi and Lucy are shooting. no1 on the MGM lot, but <at Motion Picture Center. That's ,where they film their TV show I Love Lucy. Incidentally, they own the studio Lucille was playing hostess on the set, introducing fellow casl members James Mason and Louis Oalhern. They play her guardian angel and father, respectively, in the film. How does she like the switch from the TV grind to a feature film "It's much the same, except that I don't have a headache," she replied. "On the day of the TV show, I always Have a pain right here (pointing to her left temple). know she has done this. I have no-!."'* because of all those words I thing to hide, but it irks me beyond measure to feel that nothing is safe from her prying eyes. PERPLEXED Answer: If you work in someone else's home, it should be agreed that your room is inviolate. This is your temporary home and should be respected as your property. Make a stipulation that if you are to stay, your room is to be padlocked with the only key in your possession. You need this protection against a nosy employer. Cause Unknown in Death of Three LONOKE Wl A coroner's jury ruled yesterday that a Negro woman and her two children died Saturday from "unknown causes." The bodies of Mrs. Sally Bryant, 43, and her sons, Bobby, 7, and Larry, 5, were found in their burned farm home near here. Sheriff Earl Jackson said he had nothing new to report in. the investigation of the deaths. The sheriff said earlier that Mrs. Bryant had cashed a $600 check at an England bank to pay her farm employes and that a dial knob on a safe in her house had either melted off in the fire or was knocked off. Coroner Fred Berry said that the woman suffered, a fractured skull. A jellyfish which is found in arctic and Atlantic waters ,can grow large enough to have 100-feet tentacles and can kill a man, says .^^ . fa ,,.^, the National Geographic Society. |in flames. ;haVe to remember. "There's much less pressure making a film. I have time to sit down and read the paper. I can never do that when we're'on'the TV kick. I just don't feel that I can spare the time." But she said she'll' get a vacation after '''Forever, Darling" — five weeks at 'Del Mar. About future plans for- I- Love Lucy, she Was pretty "vague. "I just work -here," she said. "Ask the boss." The boss Is Desi, no doubt about it. And he had the answers too. Lucy will resume in September, he reported, but they will have to make only.26. next, season,'compared to the usual 39. Reruns of old films will take up .the slack." What comes after next year: Will the series end, as has been reported "I don't know whnt we'll do, 1 ' Desl answered. "The sponsors want us to make more, but that may be enough. At any rate,.,we'll have to make another picture for MGM next summer/' ....... BODY RECOVERED CHATTAN.OOGO, Tenn., W —The body of .Warren Baughman,, 26, of Black Rock, Ark M ' was .recovered from the Tennessee Hiver yesterday. . ,, . ; ^. : , Baughman, ,.a .towboat oiler,' an five other members of the towboat Donna Lee's crew, including Bobby Taylor 19,. of .Forrest City, Ark., lost their lives .Saturday when gasolnie from a broken barge line ignited &nd enveloped the .boat Getthe/n ) BEST/' Forj.g IOO TAIIET ' - v Do You KrtSw! . My two terms man have pbhfi prepare me i^Aiaer! OF THE CITY COUNCI I'will do rtty Hope its best Ma 1 B.L. RETT Candidate Pol. Adv. Paid 'by 'I iATESXvIN HAIR Plain Shampoo and Set .;.• . % -.; . Cream Sna7npb'6 t and Set , ., „. Veration Hair.(.i.j ETHEL SEE DUKE ON WEDNESDAYS^ Cuts ' ' *"" .Cut »-• * *• * * V i. T l»^n *»** Df DUKE3 IM *-$ s ; "#Jf BEAUTY SALON Air Conditioned for your ' 1019 West 7th Ph." " , !«••«*! ttth.,7 Cll«_ VIUJI1£) 4.3 H Jf Hlg world in which everyone you moot!to climb on the Eisenhower band- knows 10 sure ways to cure them? | wagon. I don't think they believe Why, since parking spaces have-they have any chance to beat him become so valuable in this civiliza-jjn 1956 and all that is left for lion, they aren't made hereditary [(hem is to* try to retain control of so someone could leave you one in his will Whalere can a father sell a second-hand Davy Crockett hat? The cat has taken to sleeping in the one in our house. Cashiers who, when you hand them a $5 bill, count out change Congress." Benson Admits Words Were Too Strong WASHINGTON lift— Secretary of Agriculture Benson has confirmed • ^ DRIVE IN fi^n THEATRE Tonite Him Thursday Not Recommended For Children Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 THE TWO MOST CONTROVERSAL PICTURES OF THE YEAR | BREAKOUT GUYS! . . . The Callam Story of G. f. 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Ladejinsky denied Benson's security charges. Given a security clearance earlier by the State Department, Ladejinsky subsequently was cleared again by the Foreign Operations Administration and given an assignment in Indochina. ITHYOUIN to put extra value in the low Plymouth price! A 1952 survey showed that a million classrooms were then in use in U. S. public schools. Why many woved houses still go on showing double feature programs after, all these years? Hasn't science found a better way to solve the problem of insomnia? How airplane stewardesses manage to stay looking so cool and neat during a long flight, when the passengers always reach their destinations feeling weary and rumbled? Why there are so many charm schools for women and. so few for men? Is the male sex just naturally more charming? Whether a fortune cpuldn't be made if someone }oun4 # -metho4 of making catsup in different colors? 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