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Hope, Arkansas
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Wttoiifry, dctthr 1, Itll MOM ITAIt MOM, A1IANIAI flitiU. SOCIETY J»h8fie.7«§431 Bstoeen i A.M. lfid 4 P.Mi Calendar the Order of the Eastern Star will meet Thursday night, Oct. 2, at 8 p.m. at the Masoilie Temple. The election of officers will be held. Thursday, oetobef- 2 The Cub ScoUt Pack No. 62 Will eel Thursday at ?!30 p.m, in the arlahd School, The Mose Garden Club Will meet f riday, Oct. S at 2180 pirn, in the home of Mrs. Olios Luck, with Mrs. Ray Allen as co-hostess. Monday* 6ttob«r 6 Circle i of the Pirst Methodist Church will meet M'onday, Oct. 6 at 3 p.m. for regular meeting in Jie home of Mrs. Ross Moore. Mrs. P. M. Webb will -be associate hostess. Mrs, Kelly Bryant Entertains Bridge Club Lovely pink camellias decorated her home when Mrs. Kelly Bryant entertained her Bridge Club on Tuesday. Two tables of jplayers enjoyed the after-noon. High score .prizes went to Mrs. y?. S. Cornelius and Mrs. Lloyd Spencer. The hostess served dessert and coffee at the conclusion of the game. Jr. Daffodil Garden Club Me e ts in School Auditorium The Jr. Daffodil Garden Club held its first meeting of the year in the Paisley School auditorium Thursday, Sept. 25 with Mrs. Har- .old Brents and Mrs. Ralph Leh- Wian in charge. Joe Chism led the group in singing "America" accompanied by Julia Ellis at the piano. the Garden Club pledge was given, followed by a business session with the following officers being elected: Secrelary, fielsy Mar- tihdalc; scrapbook chairman, Malcolm Hinlon; piahisl, Gail McGill. Year books were dislribuled lo each of the members. Refreshments Were served lo each one present toy the leaders. Ntwi Irtofi Mrs, Wood Hostess ta WMA The S>. WMA of the Unity Bap tisl Church mel in the home o: Mrs. Tip Wood, Monday afternoon The business session was presidec over by the president, Mrs. Wooc at this time District WMA mes seilgel's were elected as follows; Mrs. Bill Moore, Mrs. Harry Phil lips, and Mrs. j. W. Mc'Adams. Rev, Bill Moore taught a very interesting and inspiring lesson on "Faith." The hostess served delicious refreshments to the W members pre* sent. . ... Births Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Rogei Lee Plitchcr of Ashville, Ohio an npunce the arrival of a baby girl, born on Sept. 4, 1958. She Will be remembered as the former Vcrno Elder of Hope. The maternal grand mother is Mrs. Lee R. Garner of Hope. Coming and Going ,E. P. Young Sr. and Klnard are attending a meeting of the National Automobile Dealers Association in iMemphis. E. P. Young Sr. was recently appointed National Area Chairman of the Association. Mrs. Gus Foster has recently re turned homo after a visit with If You Think "Peyton Place" Gave You a Taste of Real Life ... Wait Until You Meet the People of John O'Hara Hotly-Discussed Best Seller! -AND SO THEY SINNED .... knowingly and unknowingly., t •gainst each other and against themselves! •t •i- GARY COOPER;/ DIANE VARSI SUZY PARKER Ten North Frederick FITZGERALD-TOM TULLY BRACKtTT rmif DUNNE Tonite & Thursday' 6:30 . 8:30 . Pope Pitts 31! IS described ft fntigtied, but fiol ill, aftCf pile o the busiest ttioftths of his l9-J*e« i-eigfi. Vallc»i1 Cli-clcs, ackflowtedgiht Ihb 82«year-old head b{ the RdfUrt Glalhollc Chtij-ch was Ui-6d, de iiied today FUWofs tic \Vas flghl ing a H-JVV attack ot hiccups. 1 Was foul- J-eai-S ago thai ho Wai seriously ill Mlh hiccups. VERDUN, fi'ahcc tAP) - Pvl Wnyhe Powers, the ChlllicolHu Mo. ( 01, who hid out idf 14 years H1 his i'i-CHch s'rl trieiid's itoin altei- deserliHg durlhg ihc WM» will be i-cleasisd from prison Oct y, the Army announced today. He will have served a little mote thaH two tttonlhs of the sl;c hioiilh sentence irhfjosed alter he pleaded guilty bcl'ofc aii AfJliy court»m a r I i a 1 Id a desertion charge. Powers will; ibe escorted to Strasbourg to rc'celvc a U.S. pass port The passport will enable, him to obtain a frchch residence permit, He has said he plans to i>i turn to his family in France aftei his prison term. touring his hiding ni the little village ot Mont d'Orignf in north' ern France, Powers fathered t'ivt 1 children by Fvcttc Bcleusc. Miss Belctisc supported the family by Working in a textile mill while Powers stayed home and did the housework. LONDON CAP)— Red China col cbrated its ninth anniversary to' day with a massive military parade and calls for the conquest oi Formosa and the .oftshore islands. About 600,000 Chinese marched in Pelping shouting "long live world peace" but demanding "liberation" of Formosa and Quemoy, Pciping radio reported. CROSBY, Minn. (AP)—The Air Force is having trouble getting p.Xr the ground with its Manhigh 1JI stratospheric balloon flight. Winds at high altitude forced a second postponement of Ihe launching. The balloon, carrying Lt. Clifton McClure, 25, Anderson. S C., was to have gone up al dawn today. The Air Force said it will trv again Thursday to .launch McClure on a flight to an altitude of Mrs. Sam Barnett in Magnolia. IMrs. Earl O'Neal is in Conway visiting Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Robins III and their daughter, Laura Ann. Mrs. Delia Bryant has returned to her home in Nashville after being a guest of her granddaughter, Mrs. Joa B. Greene and Mr. Greene. M'rs, Charles Parker of Bastrop, La. is the guest o£ her 'brother, H. ,E, Benson. IMrs. Bruce Gottwald and son, of Richmond, Va. arc visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hays. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. C, G. Tittle of Hope, Discharged; Mrs. Jamie-Osborn, Almagordo, N. M, Memorial Admitted: M'rs. Don Westbrook, -lope; Mrs. George Laffcrty, Rt, 1, Palmos; J, R. Thornton, Rt, 4, iopc, Disc n arged; Don Gammill, Hope Mrs. R, S, Burns, Rt, 4, Hope; Mrs, Russell Carver, Hope; Oscar a ('forty, Rt, 1, Patmos; Georgia Jefferson and 'baby girl, Rt. 1, Washington. Penney's Observes Birthday —' Mope Star Photo and Engt'aVltttf 33rd BlfitHBAV of Hope's J, C< PeiHey Store shows Mayor ge Frailer reficlvlHg a pieee of the birthday eake this mamma from Mrs. bori Sevler as Stare Manager W. R, (Bill) Caldwelj looks en. The Company Is celebrating its 33 years of successful business In Hope by offering customers eutstandlna weekend bar* gains, THOSE WOMEN DRIVERS 1 '— New styles are-the order of the day with the fall,'season upon us. But It seems unlikely thst this hat With built-in sunglasses will be among the more successful ones (with drivers, anyway). .University of Texas coed Annett Branch of Pharr, Tex., anyway). "University of. Texas coed Annett drives through AUflin. — NEA .Telephoto 100,000 feet, •Weather experts said the winds which forced the latest postpone; mcnt would have carried McClure nto remote reaches oi Canada. WYNNE, Ark. (AP) — Mrs. Claude Brawncr put a nice fat hen n the oven to bake, then dashed if! to the beauty parlor. When she returned, she took down a pint jar which she, thought I'cld 'bacon drippings and set ibout basting the bird. Ever taste varnished hen? PRESIDIO, Tex. (AP) Jrande, rising and falling here ike a roller-coaster since Sunday, ,'cnt down again today. The border river rose slowJy 'ucsday night and early today to ,'ithin less than three inches of he record Hood level set Sunday, Reports from Mexico indicated, owever, Hooding rivers there wttl iour even more water into the Rib Jrandc Ralph England, a newsman at lis southwestern Texas city of ],• 00, said the river apparently rested at about 3 a'.m, today- and tarted falling slowly, ST. LOUIS (AP)— Dr, Iloscoe P. arney, who took a city ambu- ance for an unauthorized spin FPC to Probe Ark-La Rates , LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Tile Federal Power Commission yesterday ordered an investigation of rales charged toy Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. , W. R, Stephens, Ark-La president, said would ccfber a contract the Company made to deliver fins Oct. 15 to Olcn Gas Transmission Corp, of New Orleans and Mississippi River Fuel Corp. of St. Louis, lie said' investigation of a now contract, was customary. The commission said a' date for a hearing on the matter will be set. Poses Question of Prolonging Hopeless Life By B1L8I §MlfW UPI NteW VOttK (Ut'ti— Should physician prolong Ihe Ufa flf n hopelessly 111 nnd dylhjf patient? A sitifill-lown doctor has fllVfiti an cHiph.nlie "no" to this delicate and profound question of tticdlc~n,l Clhles, Itis nrfliimenls in {rtVor of bowing to "tiflturc's wlsdofti" are how belHS dlrculntcd tlirouahoul the medienl profession. Physicians generally feel ihelr- obligation Is to life, even If it's n mere Ihrend of life Hint's frayed almost to the breakitttf polnl. To this concept, fir, Martin Doncl&ou Jr. of ttftnvtlle, Va., replies that "life Is indeed saered but not sac* rosanct to the point of Inflicting cosily and painful Indignities on someone who has earned his re- >ose." On Golden Rule He spoke only .of dying persons whom physicians keep "In vcfieln- ,lve c x 1 s t e ft c c by artificial means." He had observed "com- lietent nnd conscientious physicians preserve life for weeks und months in cnscs, with stupor and even coma. In pallenls who would AdlaiSuf No T.. In Quarnoy, M*hu fifeVfcRW ItlLtA Calif, -^Adifll StevchStm SAyS the fight over CjtiSmoy find MrtUU IS A lintlrtlloil of fhlhn's civil Wdf the United Slates lifts na business bulling in. SleVcfisnH, wlw ttcthVy re turned from oJdcilslve Ifavels ubcrtfldi snld the tf.v^. ftoilc? In CWnfl commands lllllc festicel oi- suptwrl Ih Ihe world. "h should be feconsldered and restnptd without ddlfly." he told » $10fl-n'j)lnle t3eWdci-alic ritlly Tuesday flight. the 13emoerntle party's li'tea defeated l)resldeiUi«l cahdldnlo outlined a fotir-|iolhl iiroijrant of his own for castnt tension in Ihe Formosa Strut I. The pro«rnln calls for it cease- have tiuletly expired In a tlay or so if left mercifully alone " Donelson based himself morally upon the Golden Ittile find upon a Iiorllrm of the Hlepoerallc.OAth wlileh nil physlenns lake rtnd of which Is the keystone of medical ethics. He riuoled this portion! "i will follow thai method of treat* ment which, according to my ability nnd Judgment, I consider (or the benefit of my patients «nd tib- stnln from whatever Is deertcrous nnd mischievous." fofcSS'.from th» 6ttsh6fe fsla^li' 1 "': >>» QueffiBy iftd Matsa, iirei" " ' • the Nfltl&ftaiist afid cliiflcse td avail! __...„ fofee (tgfllnsl each otrifefj 8fld Iffifisltlott ef foffHBSfl ffoM fl'Chf*' hesii stale lo fl Formosnft Slatd! proleclet! by the United GIRLS — NiW Pllif A ' COLD WAVES $8,50 Guaranteed MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOP Behind Chlldi _ Phane ?<40I4 220 S, Shsvef FRAN'S TAP.BALLET-BALIROOM ACROBATIC-BATON Special Classes for Tiny Total PR 7-4335 around the City Hospital neighborhood, lias been let pl'I with a "severe reprimand' 1 by his superiors, Dr. Carney, 30, assistant resident physician at the hospital, (old police he rnn off with the ambulance'Tuesday "to satisfy an urge- caused by Jong exposuic to ambulances," He was booked on suspicion of taking 'a mn^r vehicle with consent of the owner—the city— but the city authorities declined o prosecute, / WIN A MOTOROLA PHONOGRAPH Jy* tell tff why you lik« Glamour Debs' "PLATTER FLATS" ffcwn fore today! GIRLS... Age 10 to 19, A . Are Eligible to Enter Our Contest The girls that fcaw all the fun wear; Platter Flats Shoes In T-Slrap & Moccasin Styles Sizes 51- to 9 $6.99 and $7.99 • ir roe* *«r«r *t**f 4f.«< 5«e fcow eoty if it! Nofhfeg to bvy—^a come into our store for yow entry blonk, »ok« a good look e* the Platter Hah, and fefl (in 25 •eraY or lets) why. yo» like them. Canto* end* October 15 midnight. •tie* to be awarded by this store to winnrng entry wiM be a Motorola rlaywate record player in portable ylgu cg»e. S J12 W. SECOND ST. Hope, Ark,

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