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Hope, Arkansas
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NOM ITAI, MOM, AltANIA1 PH6fl§ 74431 isH&esft I A.M. in* 4 P.M. Calindar Tuisday, 23 The Cosmopolitan Club will meet Tiiesday, Sept, 23 at 7:45 p.m. in the home of Mrs. HoyCe Smith with Mrs. L. Si Tobley cO'hostess, the Kathleen Mallory Circle of the Fifst Baptist Church will meet Ifuesday, September 23, In the home of iMrs. G-i-ady Burton at ?:30 .p. m'. 2s There will be a meeting of the Girl Scout Troop leaders and com* mlttec members at the Little MoUse Thursday, Sept. 25 at 2 p.m. The Bridge Club luncheon of the Mope, Country Club will ibe Tluti<s« day September 25 at 12:30 p. m. The hostesses Will >be Marie Hen- dtlXt Mrs. E, M. MeWilliains, Mrs. Grit Stuart Jr. and Mrs, R, L. Broach. Friday, September 26' The Friday iMttslc Club will meet with Mrs. H, A, Spraggins Friday, Sept. 26 at 4 p.m. WMS of First Baptist Church Meets ori September 22 The WMS of the First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the Church and Mrs. Jack Cooper of Magnolia, WiMU associational president, gave a brief and inspiring lesson from the .guide book of 1959. She then installed the officers for the ensuing year, with a cere- jriony using as her theme "The Multiple Keys." Each officer and leader were given a key with instructions to open her door, the •'.president being given a pass key "to open all doors. •A social hour with cake and cof- • fee followed the meeting. •• • WE GOT EM! DON'T MISS EM! SAENGEH LAST DAY —".One SKow Only Starting 7:00 p;;;m. BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAH! Starts WED. CRAZY KIDS Living to a Rock 'N Roll Beat EVENING ONLY 6:15 - 8:30 PROUD YOUNG REBELS ' i >A "i'.* * i* T- f ' ~ Mice Capers UB6 Has LuficH66R The Pat eteburhe Chapter UfiC met at the Diamond Cafe Tliurs* day, Sept. 18 for a luncheon. The table was lovely with a cen^ ti-al arrangement of princess feath' ers, Mrs. 3, W. St icklaiid led the pledge to the American, Cotifed« erate and Arkansas flags. Mrs. J. W. Bl-anch led in the reading of the ritual followed by a business session with Mrs. J. M, O'Neal, president, presiding. Mrs, H, C. Whiuvorth presented the program on "Admits! Uaphncl Srmmes" and gave the history of Washington, Arkansas which was Written by Prances Frazicr, Fibbers Family H.as Annual Reunion The Rogers annual family reunion was held in ths home of Mr. and Mrs. Finis Odom of Patmos, Saturday, Sept. 20, with 12 brothers and sisters and their families present. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rogerr,, Tom Freeman and family, the Virgil Reynolds family and Mr, and Mrs, Grady Rogers all of Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Ban 1 , the Henry Simmons J-amily, Mrs. Tom Barr and Jeff, the Wynn Faulk family, Lyle Cox and family, the Waymond Whellington family, the Horace Spencer family and Clyde Rogers, all of Houston, Texas. Joe Rogers, Arthur Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cox, Mvs. Lillian Burns, D. L. Rogers and boys all of Hope. Finis Odom and family, Mr. and M'rs. E. E. Whelington and Betty June, and the Youman Jackson family all of Patmos. Tommie Rogers of Texarkana; The Paul Lyons family of Shreveport; Mrs. Malcolm -Burnette of Emmet and Mr. and Mrs." Neal Odom of California. Liberty Hill HD Club Meets With Mrs. Byers The Liberty Hill HD Club met for its regular meeting Sept. 16. in the home of Mrs. E. H, Byers The .meeting was called to order by Mrs. Clyde Huckabee followed by a devotional by Mrs. Byers. Mrs. J. L. Light gave a demonstration on "Housing Cost and Family Income." Mrs. Lester Kent gave a demonstration on cleaning electrical appliances, During the social the hostess served cookies and iced drinks to y members ' and 2 visitors. The next meeting will 'be in the home ot Mrs, Lester Kent on Out. 21. DeAnn 4-H Club Meets September 1 The monthly 'meeting of the De- Ann 4-H- Club was half! in the club room September 1 with nine •members," 1 'four leaders and three visitors and Mrs, Wyiie, Home demonstration Agent present, Kaye Burke, president, called the meeting to order. The devotional was given by Dick Willis -who Jed the group in repeating The Lord's Prayer. Patsy Roberts, song leader led the group in singing the song of the •month and repeating plcclgus to the American and 4-H. flags and the club motto, In the absence of tho Secretary Jimmie Carver the president called the roll and the reading of the minutes were omitted. Plans were made to carry a talent number to the Live Stock Show, Mrs, Wyljc gave a demonstration on leather craft. The meeting adjourned until October 6th at which time the club will reorganize, All members are urged to bo present. YOUR HAIR,,, Can Be Year? Younger IN JUST MINUTES DIANE'S BEAUTYSAtON g(H S, Main EDITH Accreditation Loss Could Be Serious IMfiANA, iil.,(A£)-- Although Gov DfVal M. Fattbus Views oul« side aeci-ediliftg of schools in Ark' ahsas as Uhlfflpoflahl, a HoHH Central Assfi. Official yeslei-dny indicated loss of aceredilatloli could be seHous, f aubtts told repoHers Sunday in Lexington, Ky., that the Arkansas State Board of EdUdatiott, Hot the North Genti-al Assn, of Colleges ahd Secondary schools, is the p"ri» mat-y accrediting agency fof Ark' ansns high schools. fltit Dr. L. S. Wisher of Ui-band, a taember of the association's ad' credilation Commissioti for secoii dary schools, said loss ol North Central approval would be a ser- iotis blow to Arkansas youngsters seeking a college education. . .Arkansas state board accrcdlta* lion, Fisher said, would Carry little Weight with colleges and universities outside the borders <>t the stale. Much is true of any stale accredilalion program, although some stales come njearer to N C. A, standards than do others, Fisher explained. Earlier this month, Fisher, a professor of education at the University of Illinois, declarud North Central would ask for a check of Litlle Rock high schools whether they reopened as private schools, as they may under Arkunsas'ruc- ently adopted laws, or public schools, Little Rock voters will decide "in a Sepl, 27 referendum whclhei* or not schools shall be inlegraled, Key to the Little Rock .acci'cd'it- ing problem, Fisher said, is the North Central Crilcria calling for evalualion of the. "Philosophy of the school" to the extent of its iormuiating principles of democ- Com i rig and Go ing Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Garrett of Kalamazoo, Mich, are visiting -Mr. and Mrs. iH. 0. Kyler Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Evans of Cassa Grande, Ariz, left on Tuesday after a visit with the 'Bill Wray family. Mrs. H. 'E. Thornton is in Texarkana visiting (Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wakefield and family. Attending the Arkansas-Baylor football game in Little Rock on Saturday were: Dr. and Mrs. Jud •Martindale, M'r. and 'Mrs. Jim 'LaGrossa, Mr. and ;Mrs. Syd Mc- Ma'th and son, ' Sydney, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mri and Mrs, Horace Fuller. !Dr. and Mrs. Sam Strong accompanied their son, Samrny to Hot Springs on Monday where he •performed at the Missouri-Arkansas District Kisvanis Convention held at the 'Arlington Hotel,, he was accompanied'by Luther' Hollamon. : . , , f .Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Sterling have been visiting M'r. and Mrs. Ecycc Sterling and Mr, and -Mrs. Rny Marks in Dallas. Both the Boyces and E. C. Sterlings enjoyed a vacation in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla. Personal Mention Friends of Mac Anderson of Lit- Ue Rock svill be happy to know that he is doing niceiy following surgery, Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. K. G, Hamilton, Hope; Janie Porterficld, Rt, 1, Hope. M e morial Admitted! Mrs. Joe England, Rt, 2, Hope; J, S. Gibson, Hope; Mrs, C- P. Tolleson, Hope; Mrs. Charles William Thornton, Hope; Elsie Mae Frieson, Rt, 3, Hope, Discharged! Mrs. George Wylie, Hope; 'Miller Bland, Saratoga, Mr. and Mrs.' Charles William Thornton of Hope announce the- arrival of a baby girl, Sept, 23, 1058, Elsie Mae and.Herman Frjerson pf Rt. 3, Hope, announce the ar« lo fa, iba'by boy, Sept. 23, 1958, QLDSIYIQBILP PRINQS YQM Ifl ON ALL 4 WHEELS ,~ J, . <• i, • •> i' ''''•••"--.'' ji* pr long©r ffcfti RABBIT TRANSIT—Bunnies and their buddies invade the shopping district of Stony Brook,. N>Y 4 as three young girts take their pets for a strolL From loft to right, they are Patty Vela, with "Ftopilc";.Nancy WedeSdnd, with "Mopsie"; and Ktto TOUCH, with-"fluffy." , About 100 teen-age girls ercd bill the Army rntt Elvis' tram over trucks located some dlstnncd from thetf- vlgit post, The husky, toll youth wore men* nls fdl- cat-bint!, pistol nttd tatttf gunnery marksmanship, Presley was ttsked If ho tttouflht the music fad from which he has made a fortune will die out bcloro iis Army service is up. "1 don't think it will die out If it does, I'll be sunk. However, if It douSi 1 hope to turn to serious acting," he told reporters. 1'roslcy said ho hoped to dale Miss Bni'dot mid Visit Europium capitals during his scheduled Ifl months in Germany. He will be assigned to light truck driving at Prclberfi, north of Frankfurt. Prescott News Mr. and Mrs. Gray Entertain Coupl e s Club The home of Mr, and Mrs. C. U. Gray was decorated with arrangements of fall flowers placed at vantage points when Ihey entertained the Couples Bridge Club with a dessert-TMidgc. High score prizes were won by 0. W. Watkins and Mrs. Earl Ep : pier. Mr, and (Mrs, W. J. Gates were guests, Other members included Mr. nnd 'Mrs. J. B. Franks, Mrs. 0. W. Watkins and Mr. Epplcr. Dial System to Be Installed The General Telephone Company of ' the Southwest has announced that they have received the new automatic' electric , dial equipment which is to >be ihstaled in the new unattended dial office here in Prescott, according to L. A, Green, Distrcit'Manager, for the company. The ne'w equipment' was order ed several, .months ago and its installation; at Prescott will represent a major improvement in telephone service 'over the present system, This is part' of a multi-million dollar expansion and improvement of facilities campaign to ,b'e carried out in 1958 by the General Telephone Company of the Southwest, said Mr. .Green, The new 'equipment is the most modern equipment available in the telephone industry and is toeing added to provide constantly improving service as well as to meet the increasing demand for all phases of telephone service including both local and long distance facili- lies. • • The proposed date for the change over from the present system to modern dial operation is Dec, 7, i!958, Mr- Green said, bred Aberdeen-Angus breeders in Arkansas elected to membership during the ,pasl month. Mr. and Mrs. 'Martin' Wooslcy Jr. and son of Stamps have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gordon. Space Test Proves Very Successful SAN ANTONIO, Tex. CAP) — Two pale and weary experimenters emerged from a crumped space cabin at Randolph Air Force Base today and gulped their first breath of fresh air in 10 days. 'Dr. Bruno Bnlkc and M. Sgt, Samuel G. Karst were reported in good condition after the expcri- menl at the School of Aviation Medicine. 'Information 'gathered mny bo used in the seleclion and training of future sparrmen. Dr. Robert T. Clark, in chargo of the tests, said prclimlnaty ro suits indicate men in good physi cal condition can undergo the hardships of high altitude without harming their physical perform- :ancc'.. • The chamber used in the cur rent experiment was kept at a simulated 16,000 fool altitude. Balke, 51, once cervod in tlie German Army mountain corps Karst, 34, is from Groenvllle; S.C. Elvii Hepti to Data Punch Actreii VGRK tAfM^fctvts ley, the sifi8ift|{ idol ef « of ro-ck 'ft 1 toll fatis, weM off Id Army service overseas ledn^ hop- Ing to dnte the Ffehch nclress, riglUe fiardol. Nbl a shflek \vns heard, dot a scream* of joy ( A« Presley and his Innk unit nfrtved by Iritln at U\d Brooklyn base from t'l Hood, fes, The unit promptly bonnled Ihe transport ttniidnll, Nefcl slop; Bond Issue Up at Little Rock LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Llllle Rock residents will vote at the Nov. 4 general election on proposed bond issues totaling 34,950,300 to rcivic improvements. The City Malinger Board last night decided to place the mtillur on the ballot und agreed on these allocations; Acquisition of rights ot way for construction of thorou'ghCares, $1,800,000. Slrccl construction, storm drainage and truffle signals, $1,350,000. "Parks and the Airport ?UflO,000. Fire Stations $200,000 Other public buildings $1,000,000. The items will be listed sepur- ntely on.the ballot so a voter may vole for or -against any one or all of them. Sir Lancelot Foils to Win Gwenivere SAN KAFAfct, ttilrt. Lancelot's nUcmiJl to win bflcK Owi-nivero fnlied Monday, despite « white horse. , James C. Hamm and his Wife, Itiilh, enlled each ethef Lttneelot find Owehlvcre Ih Uie early days o fthelr mnrrlage 20 yenrs aftd. Mrs Unitim filed for dlVoreo from the 44-year-old leal ealulo broker Sept. 2, leaving Ihelf homo at nearby Belevcdere with thcif two ehlldiroiU Mamm l-odc n white horse down the main street of this San l-Vim- Cisco suburb nfld tiltchcd It to n parking meter while he entered the Albert building to meet his wife and her ntlorncy. The horse bore a cardboard shield rending; "Sir Lancelot's white charger, Owentvere, 1 love you." Owonlverc didn't sec the while chat'Rcr— she entered and left the building by ti rair do<)r«— mid she went on to Superior Court nnd nsked for temporary alimony und child support. Lancelot Wasn't so chivalrous last July, she testified, saying he kicked her in the stomach, Judge N. Charles flrusttlori awarded her $375 a month and custody of the children. Ilnmin telephoned the stable to come lifter the horse, Bodies Discovered in Algeria Forest ALCrllSnS (AP)— French army hcnclriutirlers announced tonight the discovery of 200 to 300 bodies in a dense mountain forest 100 miles cast of Algiers. An Army spokesman tokl a. news conference all the dead appeared to be Moslems of neighboring villages and snid French troops hncl found leaflets distributed by nationalist rebels saying the mass killing was carried out us punishment for treason. The .ccportod mass graveyard was near one of the major -stronn- holds of the rebels. FRAN Is proud to announce the re-opening of her . . . DANCE STUDIO Dancing Classes For All Ages: BALLROOM -£> BALLET'— TAP — -,, .' •' * ACROBATIC ;— BATON •j ' * ' - , ' ' j P^HT 1 <F1 i "* Fran's School of Dance Phone 7-4335 Gelling Married Proved CosHy tc*. Hehhett, 23, was due to be s6H» teheed nftpr pleading guilty ; W foftflhg « chfeek. . . She* \vna 1& minutes late 8rta Judge Joe frigraham ordered Mf, $500 bdnd forfeited. Then dcputlbi ' found her Selling but of a CflB W front of the courthouse MoMdnys "1 was getting Married." the de* fondant explained .1 .fudge Intfrnhrthi recommended Ihe bride, art admitted fifircotiei- nddlcl, be committed lo a hoS? ... \ ....... -^' LEMNiC JACKSON MAS Joined the staff af HiUeT's Beauty snap and inviie* HSP friends ts vl«it her. HAZIt'S BtAUTY SHOP 104 8, Elm Pho, ?*2878 ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Jeella Amour Is sei-vle* ina the Investment accounU of, her husband, Jee Amour, d««, ceased. ' Please call Prospect 7-2419 foi- any Information you may need. 86TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 5 PC. Maple Dlne,tte, Service for 6 dishes, Place Mats and stainless steel silverware. $86.00 MONTGOMERY WARD ' WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpwooo by Truck Load Cut In Woods or otherwise. . HAROLD HENDRIX Phone PR 7-4321 16th & Louisiana, Hope, Ark. •{ — Now Open 'For Business — SMITH'S GENERATOR and STARTER SHOP 106 S. Walnut St. — Pho. 7-2451 Rebuilding all makes & models of Generators and Starters Taylor & Jordan •USED CARS — And — ~ BODY SHOP " 216 S, Hazel Phone 7-4022 - Orville Taylor • John Bill Jordan^ Gl RLS — NEW'FIESTA ' ' V 1 COLD WAVES ._,:, -$8.50^ .; ' Guaranteed MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOP Behind Childs Phone 7-4014 220 8, Shover, Mrs. 0, G, Hirst spent Friday in Texarkana, •Mrs, R, P. Hamby has returned from SI, L/ouis, where she accompanied her sister, Mrs. J, J. Battle and Mjss MatUe Royston of Fulton and Mrs, W., J, -McClcary of Mar- rilton, il^r, and -Mrs, Mack Gann have returned to Houston, Texas after a visit with his mother, Mrs. J, M. Ingram and Mr. Ingram, Mr, and Mrs, Floyd Hubbard spent Friday-in Texarksna, 1 ; < •Mrs. Bryan Ritchie attended the regular quarterly meeting of the County School Supervisors In Little Rock during the weekend. •L, J. Long of Prescotl has been eleptcd to membership in the A- mcriean Angus Assn. at St, Joseph Mo, He was ope ol the eight pure racy," Reopening' schools Jn RocH on a public, segregated basis probabjy wou)4 bring pbout an N C, At survey, Fisher tlecjarca. if the schools open on a private 1 basis', an N^O.-A. study would b,e a certainty, , ' •-, . ,-, ,ftshep said, he would, virpgously , , opppso aeprpcJHing WvUe high sghools BS private schools on th,g fcasis'df the «sbper unmoral- ity". fA' the mpvp, ljUc or private, !<)>Ue R°? u , spools glre^y ma,y- l?e m an SQorcdlUUoa j?m frism whjc!} npt t s^Jyes (lijs year, N, ' e.> A\ mi ja, • m»day sehao) year, |iUUo ! 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