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. , . . . . ^ ~d*».UIBJ!W* JWM*«4^ ,,,™..J,»TOCTO.IW«R>*»'«W <'^tf«*mW»«'V^WP?WHW*t'!»^,»«»lrt^l«^ ™,~-» < toil? HOPE $ T AH, HOP 1, ARKANSAS 30; 1946 Social ana P erica* I Phon* 7M B«tw«m t a. m. and 4 p. m. * Social Calendar Monday, December 2 , Th* Executive Board- of the Wo- NMNW Auxiliary of the First Pres- Km-hflV Church will meet Mon- dsSTafternoon dt 2:30 at the church. M'today, December 2 ' A «8TCHr fff. 1 of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist church will meet Monday .afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. Grady' ^Williams with Mrs. E. P. Young and Mrs. Claude Nunn as associate hostesses. All members are urged to attend and bring a gift for the.tTree. The cost of the gift is not to exceed, seventy! five cents. v. *. ••-.; ,.•} ,;, Circle No. 4 of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist church will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Spencer with Mrs. Max Cox as associate hostess. Tuetday, December 3 • ' ':St. Marks Auxiliary Unit one will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. B. Koonce with Miss Nettie Hrogden .and Miss Louise Noble as hostesses. All members are urged to attend. * The Auxiliary of the Veterans ot Foreign War will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the VFW hall. All members are urged to attend. ., • • • ii- Wednesday, December 4 ' ' The Gardenia Garden club will meet .Wednesday at 12:30 noon at Hotel Barlow for a luncheon meeting. Gifts \yill be exchanged at • the meeting. Mr«. Ralph ..Bullard. - Honoree at Shower ,- Mrs. Ralph Bullard of Spring '•Hill was named hpnoree at a lovely shower on Friday afternoon ••at the home of Mrs. O. O. Brint ' in .Spring Hill with Mrs. Hiram :Hatfield as associate hostess. Mrs. Bullard .recently arrived from hei borne in England to- become the bride of Mr. Bullard. ; For the occasion the Brint home was attractively decorated with arrangements of fall flowers. ; Games and contests were enjoyec trom two .until four o'clock after which the hostesses assisted by Miss Mollie Ann Hatfield served delicious refreshments many guests who called. to the Jhe honoree was presented with many lovely and useful gifts. Hall-St e wart •Engagement Announced fr Mr, and Mrs. John Chedester Hall of-this city announce the en gagement and approaching marri •gerof their daughter, Rosalyn to John Lorenzo Stewart of Shreve port. Louisiana, son .of Mr. anc Mrs. James Emmett Stewart o " Farmerville, Louisiana. The mar ria'ge will be solemnized on Thurs d4y, "December 26 at the Firs "Prfsbyterian church here. i'tMiss Hall attended Hendrix Col lege, Conway and graduated from '' Louisiana State University wher sh'e was a member of Phi Bet • Phi Sorority. She is a member o the teaching ' staff at Centenar College, Shreveport, Louisiana. \Mr. Stewart graduated < from Louisiana Tech and did postgrac uate 'work at Louisiana State Un versity. He served as Lieutenan in 1he Coast Guard for 52 months He"is also a member, of the teach ing"- staff at Centenary College, Shreveport. (Irs. V. A. Ridings there on hursday. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Humphries nd daughters, Barbara, Dianne nd Judy have returned to their ome in Shreveport, Louisiana af- er spending Thanksgiving with /Irs. Humphries' parents, Mr. and Irs. W. .B. Ruggles here.. Miss Willie L'a'wson" of Little .ack is the week' end gue.st. of liss Beryl Henry here.' • • * •• .Miss •'Lucille- Ruggles of Hot prings is spending the'Thanksgiv- ng holidays with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. W. B. Ruggles here. ; ?;-^ V 'IJ-'r-'-' Washington By JANE EADS t Washington — In the $290,000 floorish-style legation newly occu- ied by the Minister of Saudi-Araba, an Arabian soda-jerker called Daoud is the most popular char- cter. Since his religion forbids the News of the Churches FIRST PENTECOSTAL F°urth and Ferguson Street T. F. Ford, Pastor "The church that is different." We now have our Sunday school rooms ready to use. Our membership is advancing rapidly. If you are not attending Sunday school elsewhere we invite you to come over with us. You will enjoy it. Sunday School —9:45 a.m..' , Sunday Worship —11 a.m. > Sunday P.Y.P.A. Classes —6i30. Sunday Evangelistic —7:30 p\m. Choir Practice —7:30 p.m., Wednesday, i Prayer and Bible Study —2:30 p.m. Thursday. f . Healing Service —7:30 p.m. Friday. ; You _are always-welcome! i FIRST CHRISTIAN 210 N. Main Street Wm. P. Hardegre 6 , Minister Sunday school—9:45. Classes for all ages. We cordially invite anyone not attending any other Sunday school to visit our school. Morning Worship, Communion, and Sermon —10:50. Special music will be a vocal duet by Mrs. Lora Jones and Mrs. B. L. Rettig. Plan Special Program at Blevins School The Dramatic Department of Phil "ander Smith College presents the little Theater Guild at the Blevins Iwgro Training School Thursday December 5, 1946 at 7:15 p. m. Jnder the direction of Henrietta G. Harris. ' The .following students have won places on the Honor Roll for the :irst eight weeks: High School: Mable F. Duffle. Annie P. Maxwell, John Thomas Wade, Wilma Goff, Tcnnison Block Johnnie. R. Powell, Leo Bishop Fun- tain, Evelyn J. Bruce, Mae Francis McGill, Robert A. Jacques, Myrtly Calvin, Lcartice Jones. Elementary: Ora Lee Richie, Peggie Lou Booth, Lemuel Wade, Chester Bruce. irinking or serving of alcoholic leverages the minister, Sheikh isad Al-Fagih ,in true diplomatic ashion and in deference to his own weet tooth, had a soda fountain nstead of a bar installed in his lome. Behind its shining counter, Daoud (pronounced David) pre- ides with great .eloquence, espe- ially when the Sheikh ente-tains. i. large number of Washington jalates, jaded with stronger stuff, ;et a ,real kick out of the concoc- ions Daoud dreams up. Although Daoud Has only been n this country three months he can turn out anything from a strawberry whatcham-acallem to an elaborate 'banana split. Daoud earned his profession the easy vay. He just visited all the soda ountains he could find and ordered and ate various sodas and sundaes 'until he learned how to make them himself. Most of the American guests at he legation like the strawberry and chocolate affairs, or the cider not hard) Which flows from one jadget of the fountain. The Saudi- Arabians, however, just dote on Tutti-frutti. Daoud draws on all his imagination for this. Over a couple of scoops of ice cream he lavishly spreads bananas, peaches, pine- appe, raisins, nuts and gobs of whipped cream. The Saudi-Arabians bought the great 5-room Woodland Drive mansion from Rep. Wadsworth (R-NY) for $90,000. They spent $200,000 fixing it up. They seem to be 1 more proud of the soda fountain room at the back of the house than anything else. There is another favorite nook —the sun room. It has been completely reecorated in vari-colored tiles. It has a fountain and potted palms. . Most of the color scheme is achieved in cream. Even the furniture is this color. Arabian tapestries are exquisitely draped at the windows and priceless rugs cover every floor. The Minister has four servants— a cook, two maids and a butler. His Christian Youth Fellowship meeting —6:30. Any young person will find it interesting and entertaining to attend this group. Woman's Day Program —7:30. The women of the church will nave charge of the evening service, and a special program has been planned. Monday: 3:30— The Women's Council will have its regular circle meetings. Circle No. 1 will meet Circle No. 2 will meet with Mrs. Oliver Adams, and Circle No. 2 will meet with Mrs. Cline Franks. Regular Monthly meeting of the General Board —7:30." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Thos. Brewster, Minister Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —10:55. Sermon by the Pastor. Vesper Service —5 p.m., followed by the Young Peoples Meeting. Meeting of the Auxiliary Executive Board, Monday afternoon. Church Fellowship Supper, Wed nesday at 6:30, followed by a brief worship service. You are cordially invited to wor ship with us. Flashes of Life OUT OF THE HAT Moab, Utah, Nov. 20 — (/P)—J. B. Skcwes threw his hat in the ring as candidate for sheriff of Grand County, Utah, nnd his name was pulled out of a hat to give him the office. County officials said that Skewes, a Democrat, and Haskel Bowman, Republican, each polled 43 votes in the Nov. 5 election. The county commissioner and nt- torney decided on a drawing, and Skewes was the winner. j, FIRST BAPTIST Third & Main Streets • S. A. Whitlow, Pastor Sunday School —9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service— 10:50 a.m. Sermon by the pastor. The Adult Choir will sing the anthem, "The Divine Consolation" by Thomas. Training Union —6:15 p.m. Evening Worship Service —7:30 p.m. Sermon by the pastor. The Youth Choir will sing the special music, "In the Garden" by Miles. The Fellowship Hour, Wednesday —7:15 p.m. Youth Choir Rehea'rsal, Wednesday —6:30 p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday —8 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal, Saturday —2:30 p.m. Christians Plan Special Program The Women's Council of the First Christian Church will present a special program Sunday night, December 1st, beginning at 7:30; Mrs. B. is presented annualy by the wom- L. Rettig, presiding. This program en of the Church to stress the causes of Foreign Missions, Home Missions, and Christian Education as part of the Woman's Day celebration. The following program will be presented: Prelude Opening Hymn Mo. 318—"Rescue the Perishing." Invocation—Mrs. J. F. Gorin Scripture Reading —Mrs. Ernest Graham Vocal Solo—"Tis Done For Thee' by Mrs. Alfred Haynes Our Purpose— Mrs. B. L. Rettig Sound Picture— "Go Forth" Offering Missionary Benediction o , CLEAN STEAL Chicago, Nov. 27 — t/P) — The washing machine for which Mrs. Mary Karedis has been waiting for several mpnths is scheduled to be delivered almost any day now but she's not happy — her hoard of soap is gone. She told police that burglars entered the basement storeroom 01 iier home and stole 50 boxes of joapflakes, and two cases of bar soap. The soap collection, she said was acquired by standing-in various lines over a period of two years. It is estimated that during World War II a soldier made an average of eight trips within the Unitec States before going overseas. HORSE-BROKEN , • i Los Angeles, Nov. 21 — (IF) —A divorce Was granted Maybelle Albertn Rogers, 20, who told the. court that the horse wasn't (house* broken, but the house was horsp- brokcn after her husband brought the animal in. , Under a property agreement, George Arthur Rogers, 29-year-old policeman gnve Mrs. Rogers the offending horse, another horse and "75 collie dog. Corning and Going ; i * ' : {Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Hickman and.son have returned from Ivanhoe, Texas where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Hiokman's aunt, wife and five children are in Arabia but expect to come to Washington early next year. Washington society will have its first formal look-see at the legation the end of November, when the minister will entertain in honor of two princes from his country. They are Prince Faisal, son of the king and chairman of his country's delegation to the UN, and his brother, Prince Naser, governor of Riyadh. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR THE ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT During the ANNUAL BARGAIN SALE DAILY Without Sundoy 5.50 DAILY and Sunday 6.95 1.17 DELIVERED DAILY and SUNDAY IN HOPE. We have a complete line of Fireworks POOCH'S CIGAR STORE Phone 256 CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and Grady Otis L. Rowe, Minister Bible Study—9:45 a.m. Preaching —11 a.m. Communion —11:45 a.m. Young Peoples Class —6:30 p.m. Preaching— 7:30 p.m. Subject Sunday Evening: The Christ in Prophecy. There will be a special Lecture-ship beginning Sunday Evening, December 1 through 7. With a different speaker each Evening, you are cordially invited to attend. Time 7:30 p.m. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST N. Ferguson Street D, O. Silvey, Pastor Sunday School —10 a.m. Preaching —11 a.m. Bro. G. E. Jones will be speaking on the subject: The Raising of Lazzarus." B.T.C.—6:30 p.m. Preaching —7:15. Bro. G. E. Jones will be continuing his messages on the Book of Revelations at both services of the day. Auxiliary, Monday —2:30 p.m. Daily through Friday, 7,30 p.m. Bible Study and messages on the Book of Revelation by Bro. G. E. Jones. As to the value of these I lectures, the Church refers the public to those who have been in attendance during the past week. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Rev. W. Northey Jones S.T.D. Acting Rector Dec. 1— The First Sunday in Advent. 11 a.m. —Holy Communion and sermon by Dr. Jones. Come .and worship wilh us and hear the advent'message. FjRST METHODIST Pine at Second J. E. Cooper, Pastor Organ Music by Mrs. Dolphus Whitten Jr. —9:30 a.m; Church School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship— 10:50 Sermon by Pastor. The Board of Stewards wil meet at the Church at 2 p.m Sunday, Dec. 1. Vesper Service —5:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship —6:30 p.m. Choir Practice, Wednesday, Dec 4—7:30 p.m. Board of Christian Educatio will meet at the Church on Wed nesday evening, Dec. 4, 1946 — 7:30 o'clock. MONEY TO BURN ivingston, Mont., Nov. 22 — (ff) — Jptomctrist R. A. Hamilton said c received a letter from Dude Rancher Bob Hart, asking him to end a check duplicating one he ad mailed him earlier. Hart's letter explained that, vhile on a mountain goat hunting rip, it became necessary to build fire to keep warm during a cold ight, and the only paper he had vas in the form of uncashcd hecks. BREEZY STEAL Births HEMPSTEAD COUNTY white "•"•• Osle C. and Grace T. Cook, Hope, boy, James Albert J. D, and Mildred Duke, Hope, girl, Nancy Sue Clyde T. and Elva Messer, Hope, girl, Evelyn Kay Alva D. and Evelyn J. Middlebrooks, Hope, girl, Sharon Dawn Charlie W. and Cora L, Burke, Stamps, girl, Linda Ann ( Oric Oi: and Opal Inez Byers.Hopi girl, Snndra Kay? >. " .George,: H ( .and ':Onla . Waldcn Hope> girl,. Lora Ann ••• .. " I Dale and Sallye .WoodsoiijHBres colt,, boy, Jimmy ; ,. . ..i . William and ' Mildred". Reaves .Hope,.girl, Carla Jane •;; M'C.I . ! :L. D. : and Eva Mac Arnolds-Pal mos, :boy, unnamed '•• ."••i'ii • Frank I. and Geneva M: Hope, i boy, .James Arthur Thomas E. and Margaret Hortea Prescott, boy Thomas i William M Finley J. and Arlice D..Hartsflold Hope, boy, Travis Jackson : ' E. L. and Eva Mac Morrison Hope, boy, Thomas Lawrence Harry W. and Mary M. Wheelis, Lewisville, girl, Harriet Jo Charles M. and Mary N. Walker Columbus, boy, Charles Maxfield Leo A. and Edith M. Kniffln.Hope girl, Toni Deanne. James L. and Dclora H. Hays, Hope, boy, James Alvin Edward F. and Delilah Adcock, Hope, boy James Edward Archie and Ellen V. Smith, Hope, girl, Jeniger Marie Roderick R. and Laura E. Turner, Hope, girl, Sandra Ann. Autry T. and Yola Mac Aaron, Hope, boy, Jackie Lynn bOROTHYBIX Tact in Marriage The greatest mistake thatjuis- bands and wives make is in chuck- Ing the bait with which they caught their fish into Ihe garbage can as soon as Ihey are married. No enamoured youlh would be dumb enough to tell Ihe girl jhe Grand Island, Nebr., Nov. 22 — V) —All lhat talk about a thief tcaling men's hats from the Liod- erkranz club turned out to be a lot of hot air. A member walked into the club's cloakroom and spoiled a hat being swept off the shelf into a ventila- qr. He looked inside the vent and discovered six hats. All apparent"y had been caught in the draft created when the cloakroom was opened. door NO TIP FOR FAST SERVICE? Boston, Nov. 27 — (fP>— ' A thief who had trouble making up his mind got away with $125. The manager of a chain restaurant received this telephone call last night, purportedly from her boss: "I expect a robbery. Take the money and put it in a flour barrel in the basement." A few minutes later, another call, and the same voice: "I've changed my mind. Put that money in a tin can at the rear door." She- followed inslructions , but checked later and found-the money gone from the can. Chester G. and Lillie G. Allen, Hope, girl, Judy Marlenc Elbert : and Otrah Martin, Hope girl, .Doris Diane James E. and Lee O. Redmon, Lewisville, boy James Lee "• William B. and Juanita Gricc, Fulton, girl, Barbara Elizabeth Earl and Clara B. Jester, McCaskill, girl, Amanda Arline Willie and Thelma Arnold,- Ozan girl, Peggy Lou Laron and Lile Phillips, McCaskill boy, James Lile Hollis and Minnie Carman, Prcs- colt, boy, James Hollis Lloyd and Noma Garner, McCas- my* NoyyGflme • By SID FEDER Philadelphia, 'NOV.! 30—(/P)—Army and Navy tangle on a football field at 1:30 p. m, E(ST) today for the 47th time in 56 years, and practically every one of the 102.000 customers who will sit in on the party in Municipal stadium are wondering why the Middies . are even bothering to show up. Of course, there'll be the opportunity for the future admirals lo see President and Mrs. Truman and NaVy Secretary Forrestal and War Secretary Patlerson, who arc lurning foolball fans for this one. But aside from that, the Middle machine, blasting the worst record, in Navy's history and nursing an • out-sized hospital list, figures to be -just a set of stooges again for Army's greatest gridiron outfit in a generation. Navy, afler defeating Villanova, dropped seven in a row. There; is no doubt Army will be hoi! for this, one, largely because nine of Ihe 11 Cadets in the starting lineup .will be throwing their football farewell party, and they'll want it- to be a fancy affair to go -along with their record of not having been beaten in three years. The weathermen promised the afternoon would be. clear and coldi was courting lhat she wasn't much to look at and heaven knew she would never set fire to the world With her brilliance, and lhat her taste In clothes put his teeth on edge, but that somehow, some way, and .for reasons he couldn'l explain he wahtcd' her to be his. No, indeed, he butlers her up with flattery,-for well he knows lhat if he told her the plain unvarnished .truth, she would say NO. And mean "It.' " ' '' l ! !-'; . .'. And Ihe girl friend, ^out, on Hid. husband hunt, would'use > equally smooth taclics. Never in Iho World would she lell Ihe lad of his faulls and shortcomings. She would never-.criticize his grammar, or his 'pronunciation, or his neckties. Far from it. She would sit at his feet like one entranced and murmur "how wonderful!" until she got him safely past the alter. 1< or (here is no little feminine nitwit | who is not aware thai perfect frankness is not a man's dish, and lhat any woman who .hands it out IOA them had as well make her resar** valion in Die Spinster's Retreat. Such being the case, It would seem that even a couple of morons would have enough perspicaily to perceive that the lactics lhat got them their mates would work equal ly well in keeping them, but, strangely enough, they don't. Thu average married couple scorns to use even a bar of soft soap in deal- dealing with each other. Go At It With. Both Fists Not for them Ihe diplomatic handling of any controversial niatr> ler. They go at it roughshod willr both feet kicking, and because they Know each other's vulernablc spots they linflict wqunds that keep each kill, boy, Lester Larry Eddy, BLESSING IN DISGUISE Chicago, Nov. 27 — (/P)— The dim out in Chicago has put a crimp in one business that is most satisfying to police. In the two nights of the dimout, Deputy Chief of Deteclievs John Warren said, there has been a sharp decrease in burglaries, holdups and other crimes. Maybe, Warren smilingly suggested, the thugs are afraid of the dark; ' Also, he said, the transfer of 500 policemen from the day shift to night duty may be responsible for the curtailed activities of bandits. o The number. of U. S. semiskilled workers rose from 15 per cent of the working force in 1910 to 21 per cent in 1940. Robert L. and OHic W. Hope, girl, Lolie Gene Non - White Ben and Laurice Perkins, boy Foster and Minnie Powell, Hope, Hope boy Dave and Rcnia Hicks, boy Fulton, Giles and Rosie Hopson, Jr. Fulton, twins, Edward and Izolia Haney, Hope, boy Howard and Carrie Whcaton, Hope, boy Harward R. and Alvis J. Frierson, Hope, boy Henry and Mable Wyatt, Hope, girl Alvin M. and Ethel M. Ray, Hope girl, Nancy Glory Dean. Floyd and Beatrice Nash, Fulton, Broadway boy Ezcll and Elle Burton,. girl Fulton, J. D. and Mary Watts, McCasklll girl ALL ME fi&jw XXI WLvd 'Copyright, I946,li NEA ScrvicA. lo KELLEY GRILL Enjoy a Delicious SUNDAY DINNER 75c Roast Young Turkey Celery Dressing CRANBERRY SAUCE , FRESH GREEN.BEANS MACARONI & CHEESE : MASHED POTATOES DRINK: MILK, TEA, COFFEE HOT BISCUITS DESSERT: FRUIT JELLO or ICE CREAM Kelley Grill 118 West Third Elise had taken the taxi that night. She had gone to the Condon home and she had helped Janice dress and pack and then she had driven to the airport with Janice and her father. Together she and Arthur Condon had stood at the end of the runway with a chill dawn wind whipping around them and watched Ihe plane carrying Janice fade into the still dim sky. It was on the drive back homo that Mr. Condon had spoken to her about what was really worrying him. He told her of his recent concern about Russel and that he himself had urged the trip which had turned out so badly. He sighed heavily: "I'll — I'll never forgive myself if either one of the boys is hurt seriously." After a moment she said uncertainly, "You mustn't blame yourself for that, you know. You meant it for the best." Arthur Condon looked at her thoughtfully. "I've sometimes Ihought, Elise, that Russel is in love with you. Now, I don't mean to pry it's your affair and his, but I want you to know that nothing could make me happier than lo have you and Russel marry," This on top of her sudden and shattering realization that it was Red McFan she loved instead of Russel was more than Elise could sland. It was all she could do to hold back hysterical tears. "Mr. Condon — please — please" Of course he misunderstood her met. She remembered the feeling she had had the night Ihey first danced together. And the aching pity she had known the evening she and Russel had found Red drunk in Tonelli's after Jackie had thrown him over. But she had been too proud and too snobbish to face it Ihen. Trying to fool herself into thinking that she hated and despised him and resent- Grover and Clarice White, Hope, girl Frank and Lurena Green, Washington, girl Glen and Mary Jackson, Fulton, girl Johnie Lee and Gertrude Jones, Fulton, boy .,, William P. and Phooba White, Washington, girl. Bennie L. and Loise M. Byers, Ozan, boy, Robert Louis. Willie and Cleo Odgcn, Washing- Ion, boy James and Willie Reed, Emmet, boy Clubs Oak Grove The newly organized neighborhood 4-H Club of Oak Grove met at the home of Mrs. J. G. Allen on November 13, 1946. The following officers were elected: President - Nellie Mac Beck; Vice President - Alma Lee Allen; Secretary- Margaret Sparks; treasurer —Dora Dean Collier; Reporter - Elsie Beck,; Program Chairman - Barbara Ann Ross; (Alma Lee Allen and Nellie Mae Beck are to assist her in preparing the pro- lltlicu aim ucaijiauu 111111 auu icadii- - r* i j r^ T-\ « ed his presence. The resentment at | 6 ra , ms > • Son e leader ' Dora Dean least had been real, an instinctive resentment bcause he had so easily upset ths plan of her life. But what a thin disguise her constant quarreling with him had been for the wild love boating in her heart. For she loved him the way she had dreamed of loving Russel the way she had wanted to love Russel. With all the breathless palpitation and the oassionate yearning which she had tried to tell her- seif in tne sophisticated way of oung modersn was just, a myth tory writers had created for their hurned in an endless circle until at moments she thought she would ;o off the deep end. reaction. There -there—" he said contritely. "I shouldn't have talked about it now. I know you're worried." If he really knew the truth, Elise had thought in stony despair! Two weeks and now staring at the calendar, thinking back into the unhappy wretched days and hours that had passed, the same contradictory regrets and wishes were slili spinning through her mind as they had that morning. If she only loved Russel and worthy of the approval of his father. If only she hadn't fallen in love with Red McFan. If only she hadn't mailed that letter to Russel sayin that she would marry him. | If — If If Only with this difference; she knew how irrevocably that she had to accept things as they were She had hurt Russel deeply once bv refusing to marry him. She couk not repeat it again, when she hac actually given her promise. Yes, she was resigned to th necessity of going through with i "but that did not atop the ache of her heart, or the wild Hut tering of forbidden ecstasy there when she thought what might have been ii she had had the sense to face her real feeling about Hed Mc- Fan in time. Easy to realize now that she had been aHi-;icU'd to him physically wn purpose. Over and over these thoughts At lunch time she moped into the women's room that opened off the aboratory. In the mirror above the avatory she saw her face pale and sallow looking from loss of leep, with great dark circles under her eyes, and was so miserable she didn't care how she looked. Which was very bad indeed. List- essly she applied a little lipstick and turned awa.y from the mirror. She wasn't hungry; she didn't want to eat. She knew if she went nto the cafeteria the smell of the food would only nauseate her. And she was too restless to stretch out on the couch and rest. Suddenly she remembered a roll of pictures she had left at a cam-: era shop to be developed. They had probably been ready days : before, but she had forgotten about; them. She'd go by and get them. It would be something to do. The snapshots as she had expected Were ready for her. She looked at them, on her way back to the laboratory on the bus. There were several good pictures among them. One of herself smiling straight into camera. And another of Russel. Elise looked at that one a long time. His fair hair brushed back from a straight meticulous part on on one side of his head, his deep- set eyes, the thin lean planes of his face. She looked at it and sighed and wondered for the millionth lime why she hadn't fallen in love with him instead of Red McFan. Russel was everything most women would want. She took the pictures back to the laboratory with her and tossed them into the drawer of her work table and forgot about them. Collier. The members who attended the meeting are: Alma Lee Allen, Princess Jean Allen, Elsie Beck, Thomas Beck, Nellie Mae Beck, Dora Dean Collier, Barbara Ann Ross, Forest Ross, Margaret Sparks, and Terriel Sparks. . The 4 - H club 'Motto was explained to the group by Alma Lee Allen.' Everyone was instructed to know the pledge and motto by the next meeting day. The group agreed to 'meet on the second and fourth Friday nights, of each month at 6:30. The next meeting will be at the home of Barbara Ann Ross on November 22. Any person desiring to join the club is cordially invited to attend the meeting. We hope to build one of the most outstanding clubs in the county and we believe that each member will do his or her part to make the club a success. You are invited to attend our meetings whenever you so desire. Sw e et Home The Sweet Home Club met November 15 at the home of Mrs. M. H. Montgomery with 14 present. Song "Home Sweet Home" was sung. Devotional reading Psalms 136: 1-16 was read,<b.y- hostess. Everyone enjoyed a spelling imatch for'recreation. Roll was "called by the, secretary with .each .member answering with something repaired about the .home during the year. Minutes were rpad and approved- business \vas discussing meet- By JACK O'BRIAN New York — By some curiously unfortunate sequence of events ,the mere mention of the word "Brooklyn" is enough to send almost any audience into uninhibited laughter. Caricatures of Brooklyn residents in the movies, on the stage, night club floors and the radio constantly depict the citizens of- the Flatbush borough as guttural wise guys whose ultimate cultural conversation conc'erns the lineup of the Brooklyn Dodgers, voiced in a meaty diction which changes oysters to erstcrs and first to foist. That Brooklyn has no interest in culture is a statement which, according to Julius Bloom, director of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, is a nasty, ridiculous canard. A full; century B. D., meaning Before Durocher, the folks across Brooklyn Bridge were doing something about ' their cultural urgea, Bloom pointed. out. In 1823, In fact, what now is the Institute, the largest and oldest 'organization of its kind, opened its doors as an Apprentice's Library ,and the prominent members of what then was a small village trundled wheelbarrows, from • house to house to collect books for the new venture. "We started our job of edifying working boys with a collection of 724 books, 150 pamphlets, and 50 readers," said Mr. Bloom, who uses "we" with a benovelent possessiveness which completely transcends the fact that he wasn't there at the time. Brooklyn quickly learned about the library and its popularity grow. In 1940, after absorbing an organization known- as the Brooklyn Lyceum, it was given its present name and really started cooking on all four cultural burners. From then on a period of steady growth continued which by the turn of the century had assumed mass proportions. "We were doing practically everything cultural one. would expect to find in any city," Bloom explained. "Library, concerts, lectures, courses .for adults, museum, botanic garden, children's museum and so on,' ' • Some 400 separate events are other's vanities Aw and bleeding from the constant pin pricks with which they puncture them. It is'a tragic thing thai nearly every marriage lhat is .a failure is the result of a misband or wife not being a good enough pilot to atcer around the rocks instead of smashing headlong into -them, nnd wrecking the whole business. There Isn't a wandering, husband who* wouldn't slay put at home if his wife never wearied in -singhiM her paeans- of adjulalion and made him feel like a little tin god. There isn't a woman who wouldn't quit griping over »the hardships of a wife and mother, who is lied down to her house and babies, if her husband bueked her tip b.y telling her how brave she was and what an. example she set other married women". It is tact that does it. It is tact that lubricates the wheels of do- ', mcsic life and makes them ruiv : j smoothly. A man may make a row every morning of his life over the coffee tasting like dish water and the toast being more suitable for concrcle paving than human con- slightest results. But just let him sumption without ever gelling the praise his wife's cooking and he can turn her into a chef. A woman may be married lo a man who is stingy and tyrannical and afflicted with the head - of-the- house complex. She can never get anything out of him as her due for her services, but she can walk mi silk at.tire and have'silver lo spare ' if she 'uses Ihe nowcr of suggestion upon him and lets him think that everything they do and have is his wonderful idea. Diplomacy is good in all relations of life, but in marriage it does Us great and perfect work. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) presented Annually at the Academy of Music alone, Governing every phase of public cultural interest. Since the Institute is the oldest and largest organization doing its type of far-flung artistic and scientific work, it is an eloquent and permanent rebuttal to 'the folks who think. Brooklyn is simply a low-comedy community dedicated full time to hoping for next year's National League pennant. ry Black, Mrs. Velma Jones and Mr. Charlie Middlebroojcs sent in offerings for our club. We all appreciate the presence of Mr. Middlebrooks. We hope he can be in more of our meetings. Our lucky box failed to get there so each one gave an offering of 10 cents each. Our next meeting will be the second Monday in December At this time we will have our Annual Christmas tree, each member is asked to bring a gift. We will exchange names, as we do each year. , ' i : Everyone' is 'invited >lo • come, each;, one willCoring something for refreshment, Our gifi plub, -girl? nice from almost the first moment they Something happened that afternoon that put them completely out of her mind. (To lie Continued) dng place .for each . month', of >.' the corning year. The same officers will serve wext year. Thp next meeting will tyj.jal.the home of Mrs. Ci A.. B>.q\vn.; .Each-member >s-;to bring something-:for an auction sale. The ci'eeo; was iread,'). - ; 'i!' Hiton The Hinton Home Demonstration Club met on Monday November 11 in the home of Mrs. Edd Black with five members and one visitor present. We ommitted the Devotional. Treasury report. Officers were elected as follows: President - Mrs. Lynn Jones, Vice- President - Mrs, Jimmy Huett, Secretary and Treasurer - Mrs. Berlin Jones, Reporter - Mrs. Turner Me- Bay. The other leaders will be appointed at our next meeting. We all agreed to take money out of our treasury and buy a nice wedding gift for Miss Westbrook, to show our appreciation for her faithful leadership. Mrs. ParleU Hendrix, Mrs. Hen- Ship Week December '1 "fKrough'71" Different Spegker with a different subject egch Evening. Place Church of Christ, 5th and Grqdy, Hope, Ark'. Time 7:30 P. M. A cordial welcome is extended you. Remember the Date: Dec. 1-7. STARTS SUN DAY GJHQN NEW STARTS SUN DAY "Wife of Monte Cristo"

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