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Hope, Arkansas
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\m SOCIETY : Phdfts 7-3431 Between 8 a.m. cmd 4 p.m. . Calendar of Events JJ? %**&*• «?• A ***!L 6b4 tiMttuv t?*»Bi»]i&v«& l em Founders Day Tuesday, MOmJAI, r&BKUAKl 19 jp^ ( gjj g| iJ.JQ p^ jjj ||jg ^j, the Ann Wollerman Circle of ministration Building (old Post- the First Baptist Church will *" k " ~ meet Monday night Feb. 19 at eight members and three visitors, the next meeting will be held March 12 In the home of Mrs, Lyle Allen. fiROOKWOOD PTA W« (WD STWl Nrtrt Mltlti Dlsf • Gordon Club M*«t H«r* Cfftf office). will be at 6:4$ p.m. The theme ,,?,'3<5 p.m. with Mrs, W.f.Baber, of the program will be "learfr „•> ^ fc . Ing About Our P.T.A." ttwlllbe The Butwers Sunday School a very Interesting program Class, First Baptist Church, will and ail mothers and fathers are , meet Monday, Feb. 19 at 7t30 urged to attend, p.m. In the home of Mrs. G. H. Beckworth on Rosston 8d, and The Tina Ambassador Class of tfali/ornia St, Garrett Memorial Baptist ..} Miss Eva Nell Moxleywillbe Church will meet Tuesday Febru- co-hostess, All members and ary 20 In the home of Mrs. OUn assoc. members are urged toat- Purtell, U20 West 1thstreet. All tend, ^ members are urged to attend. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 The Licensed Practical The Boy Scouts of Troop 62 Nurses will meet at 1:30 p.m. would like to invite the parents to the Memorial Hospital Dinning and all past members of the room, troop to open house Tuesday, ,.February 20 at 7 p.m. in the 'Jasement of the Methodist Church. • The W.MS. Circle No. 7 ..the First Baptist Church will ffieet In the home of Mrs. Doug,,Jas Drake at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, .V.February 20. " '"The Beryl Henry Elementary ; ;School will have their Founders "Day Program Tuesday, February 20 at 3:15 p.m. in the school : auditorium, The program will be \'?The PTA Past, Present, and "Future." There will be a drawing for a ''door prize. Parents are asked to ''please do not park where children are being picked up. Refreshments will be served. . ",' The second general meeting '_ of the year for Presbyterian V.'Wo men will be a coffee Tuesday, February 20 at 10 a.m. In the home of Mrs. Fred Ellis, 404 N. McRae St. The members - of Circle No. 2 will be hostesses - : for the occasion. IJ; A joint potluck supper will be •held by the American Legion Post _lNo. 12 and Auxiliary at 7 p.m. -Tuesday, February 20 in the WOW SEHall. Guest speaker, Jim Pru~»den, will have a program on ^"Americanism." Do You Need A HEARING AID "'tohy Don't YouTiiid Out for Sure? See: A. L* Burns, Jr. Tuesday, February 20 -1 To 3 p.m. SHIPLEY STUDIO Hope, Arkansas FREE TEST-NO OBLIGATION AGOKTfBN HEARING AIDS A timely devotional brought by Mrs, Bob Dlllard opened the Brookwood PTA meeting _. - . Wednesday afternoon at the The Executive Weetlng school. Mrs, George Frailer presided during the business meeting and also introduced those taking part on the program. It was announced that a spaghetti sup* per Is planned for Friday night March 22nd ai the School. Mr. Ray Turner on behalf of the W. 0. W. presented the school a new flag and thanks were expressed to this group. A delightful sextet from the Friday Music Club sang a medley of songs In celebration of "Parade of American Music" which is observed each February. The group was composed of Mesdames: Betty Jo Hays, Betty Moore, Margaret Medders, Ramona Strech, Louise Me- Lemore and Donna Smith. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt accompanied them at the piano. In lieu of the customary Founder's Day Program held each February a unique substitute was made wherein our Brookwood teachers and PTA "founders" were honored. A very special guest was Mrs. B. C. Hyatt who was Principal of "old" Brookwood School from 1935 to 1948. This school was a two story brick building located where Dairy Queen is now. Among the Interesting observations brought out by the speaker were that these were "lean but happy days". Even though the building was brick it was cold and drafty. There were cracks in the plaster as well as In the roof. The library books were The Melrose Extention Home- almost nonexistent then. A quo- maker Club met on February 13th ta they tried to meet was two at the home of Mrs. Virgie Ro- new books a year. Salaries were bertson. They sang "America", very, very low but the school The lesson was given by Mrs. spirit was excellent and many of Ola Smith on "Away with Stains", our present leading citizens were The business meeting was held pupils there. The last PTA Presby Mrs. A. C. Kirby, president, ident In the old location and the Mrs. Wilton Muliins, president of first in the new school was Mrs. Hempstead County Extention George Robinson. The present homemakers, was" a welcomed one Is the daughter of Mrs. visitor. At the end of the meet- Hyatt, Mrs. George Frazler. ing several games were played. Mrs. Elmer Brown who took Refreshments were served to over as Principal in 1948, when —-i^——^——^—. the new School was built and has been In this capacity since, brought Information on happenings in the past nineteen years. Assisting her was Mrs. Horace Fuller from the faculty, who WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 The First Presbyterian Church will have a Polluck Sup. per Wednesday, February 21 at of 6:30 p.m. After the supper a special program will be presented under the leadership of Mrs. John B. Lowe. This will be the first of a series which will be continued under Mrs. Lowe's direction. ByCYNfHtALOWRT NSW IfUftK £,P) - f«l«»l* sion's busy idea hunter* turned up ft sstfetft of n*w ones ofl NBC Sunday fttfM* On* had pesslbilN ties, the other had best be for* FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 A program In observance of the Parade of American Music will be presented by Mrs. Guy Downing at the Friday Music Club, Friday, February 23 at 3:45 p.m. In the home of Mrs. Talbot Felld, Jr, with Mrs. Roy Stephenson and Mary Anita Laseter co-hostesses. MELRO SE E. H. MEETS FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. W, A.Mudgettwasaguest of the Friday Bridge Club which met with Mrs. C. C. Lewis on February IG. Bridge was played -Shipley''Studio photo Pictured left to right are: Mrs, Chris Pctre, Mrs. B. W. Edwards, and Mrs. Jerry Alexander Chris Peire announces vises that Thursday, Feb. 22 will Mrs. that the Hope Council of Garden Clubs will be host to the South- at two tables, and Ihehtgh wes( DIxtrlct Meeting of Garden scorers were Mary K. Lehman clubs Tuesday, Feb. 27 at the Methodist and Mrs. Charles Harrell. A salad plate and coffee were served for refreshments. First Methodist Church. Mrs. Jerry Alexander will be chairman for this occasion. She ad- HELEN HELP US! by Helen Botte! OLDER WIVES FIGURE RESENT HER Dear Helen: When I was a teenager, 1 remember you wrote an answer to a letter that now applies to me, and I wonder If you could find it and reprint it. The reason I remember, my mother saved the clipping/or a while: she had the same problem. That was the summer of '62 I think. I'm married now, and some of the older wives in my husband's company seem to resent me. You see, I have one of those figures. It isn't my fault, and I don't flaunt Jt, but the men DO brought out pertinent facts^^of^gather round at a?party. Wlat "the scrap books kept each > yeaft'**am" r;supposed to do? Wear a A pot of beautiful red tulips was tent, so the women will like presented to Mrs. Brown by the me?— MRS. 38-23-35. ' PTA on behalf of her continuing fine leadership. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS The Wednesday afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club met with Mrs. Taylor Stuart. After two tables of club members had concluded play, Mrs. Paul Lewis was high and Mrs, J. M. Duffle was second. Cookies and coffee were served. Dear Mrs. 38: If the tent Is a maternity dress, the gals will soon forget their jealousy. Nothing softens up wives like an expectant mother in their midst. The letter? I searched four hours, and HOPE this is the one malefactors, any more than all green-eyed women are jealous.— H. Dear Helen: I would like to clarify the misconception expressed in the letter signed "Donor," concerning Red Cross blood donations. He said, "We have to pay for blood when we need it, so why give ours away?" Because the only source of life-saving blood is the human donor, community blood banks charge a fee as an incentive to patients to provide replacements. This fee (usually $25) is refunded when the blood Is re- 'placed, either by a member of the patient's family, a friend,, lished blood bank credit. However, no one Is denied blood because of financial need. Even when the patient's blood needs are covered by Insurance, the blood he uses must ultimately bo replaced by a human donor. Cash payments cannot assure a safe, adequate, and economical supply. The recruitment of voluntary donors remains the best be the final day to receive re gistrations. The mooting will start at 8:00 a.m. Luncheon will bo served by tho Hope Council of Garden Clubs and the price of the luncheon Is Included in the registration fee, which is $2.75. The meeting should be concluded by 2 p.m. Then I moved away and when I came back, she had a baby, Though she didn't gay much, I heard the man brag while drunk that he had forced her to give In. I knocked him cold. It took almost a year, but Nadeen finally said she loved me. Her boy and I hit It off fine. But twice now she's put off the wedding date. She doesn't want to be alone with me. Half the time she seems scared. Do I Just give her time, or will she ever get over this fear of men?— BART Dear Bart: Nadeen may nev- or get over this fear of mon unless she faces It squarely, talks It out, and convinces herself that bad experiences are to help of expert counselling perhaps—and enjoy the rest.—H. REGULAR THOROUGHFARE MIDDLESBORO, Ky. (AP) More than 100,000 people moved through the Cumberland Gap between 1775 and 1795. "t R«nwmtwf BHnols," to* sptr«d by the Mate's 150th ftflnl- msar ft was ft warm and ftffec- tlonftle sftlufa (hit managed to Include most of Its famous son* and Adopted sons from Abra* ham Lincoln and Curt Sandburg to Jack D«nny and Benny Goodman* Steve Allen narattes the> pro* gram Dave Garroway recalled the old radio days of Chicago. Paul Douglas spoke of Lincoln and Everett Dlrksen recited a poem about him. Mercedes Me- Cambridge read from the writings of Jane Addams, and Adlal Stevenson Jr, recalled ft short speech by his father, And, naturally , the program wound up with the voice of Sandburg reciting some of his own poetry, and pronouncing the word ''Chicago" as if it were a word of love, It was, altogether, something of a mishmash, and yet all the bits and pieces wore put together with such affection that the result, even to a rank outsider whose experience in Illinois has been limited to changing trains in Chicago, was Impressive and interesting* If the other 49 states could be given the same kind of treatment, it would make a nice, long-playing series of specials. On the other hand, the producers of "The Legend of Robin Hood" are already laying plans to follow Sunday night's effort with musical specials centering on other members of the merry outlaws of Sherwood Forest. The first endeavor hardly merits such big thinking tor the future. While the costumes and settings were handsome and the singing voices of the cast were, by and large, excellent, there was considerable trouble encountered in the handling of the plot and the general treatment. The music by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Hauseo was not up to their usual standard. And there were so many characters in Robin's band that none, Including Robin himself, really had much more than a cameo part. Walter Slezak as Friar Tuck managed to steal the show although ho didn't have such a whale of a part either. There was plenty of fighting, arrow shooting and narrow escapes, but in the end the wicked Prince John was vanquished— just as It was when we all read it as children. rOR"ENT)-p^WINtEtt Into early spring—n suit of Crompion's *oft velveteen, scattered with bright posies. The pnttcrn In a Orncc Cole Original, with side- buttoning jacket, designed for httlf-sbc flattery. FT. KNOXONI.Y SINCE '37 FT. KNOX. Ky. (AP) United Stales gold reserve* have be«fi kept in the repository at Pi, Knew since 1937, Saenger THEATRE TONITE LEE MARVIN POINT BLANK Tuesday-Wed. mlna-cmning tirrorl '<!&-a&&z^^ KXAR KOLUMN YOUR NAME "BY GEORGE Just Sign It At Any Of The Following Until Noon, Feb. 21st. Mode O'Day Morgan & linrfsey (DOWNTOWN STOBE) Scoffs Rephans Clyde's Depf. Sfore Ladies Spec/o/f y Shop Fosters Shoe Store Colliers Haynes Brothers Lehman's Home Center lewfs-Mctorfy J.C Penney Your Registration Not Only Makes You Eligible To Win A Variety Of Prizes In Each Store But Gives You A Chance At Drawing For $100 In Gift Certificates At 5:15 p.m. On George Washington's Birthday, Register Now, Check "By George Boards" In Downtown Hope On George's Day, Gen. Manager you mean: Dear Helen: That young wife guarantee of blood availability, who said the older married The need for blood Increases women resented her walk; So daily as does the problem of why shouldn't they resent her? convincing people they should be- We have one on our block. My come donors for their own pro- husband trips over his shoe laces tection as well as that of their getting to the window when she community. We hope you will Don't tell me she's help by giving space to this mesas she pretends to sage in your columnl—MRS. BERNICE M. HEMPHILL, Managing Director, Irwin Memorial •Blood Bank, San Francisco, Calif. Dear Helen: Nadeen and I bounces by. as "sweet" us females, A girl with a figure like that just can't be any good I— DON'T TRUST 'EM Dear Don't: Come now, DTE, why look for an angle In every curve? Well-built girls are male grew up together. I was almost attracters, true, but not all are like an older brother to her. mode o'day IfiJIifittiUl/ ^ ^B^W^WB ^^^^F^^^^F 7.99 in • that § pt«ki up to tprinf in crlip and colorful tattf nail cbtcki of frt«Mvtr CORNER OF SECOND i MAIN // you SAVE MONEY SPEND MONEY BORROW MONEY you need a bank to call your own ... a helpful bank T- J ry CNB and see bow really belpful a bank can be! MEMBER F.O.I. NATIONAL BANK OF THg BANK MORg Pf OPUE

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