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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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, deleter 1, If Si HOFI IT A I, HOM, AltANIAI IETY PH6RS ?.$431 istwesn g A.M. ifid 4 P.M. 'Calendar October 6 Circle 1 of the First Methodist Church will meet M'onday, Oct. 6 nt 3 p.m. for regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Ross Moore. Mrs. P. M. Webb will be associate hostess. Circle 3 W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, October G, at 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Webb Laseter Jr. Mrs. SleVe Carrigaii Will be co- hoslcss. Circle 6 W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church will meet Mon Today & Saturday Double-Barrel ACTION — PLUS •'•—' "THE LAWLESS RIDER" Serial & Comedy LATE SHOW SAT. 10:45 P. M. The Greatest of All Jungle : Adventures! General Motors gdfttiftti&d* Ffdffl Page §R8 of the contract GM followed Fofd and in giving the U A W co including continuation of pay boosts if Ihe cost of living COR- liiiues to Increase, aft increase in supplemental psy day October 6, at 2 p. m. in the home bf Mrs. Hortott fiarber in Oakhfvett, the program leader Will be Mrs. Sam strong. The W. S. C. S. Circle 4 of the, -.. First Methodist Church Will meet! GM had insisted fight Up to the- attd a severance pay plaH tb ttikr care of workers who lose their jobs when plants are cldsod or Mohday, October 6, al 9:30 a rri > in the home of Mrs. Charles Si-iant with M'rs, Annie Edwin as fio* hostess. Circle 2 of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, Oc< tober 6, at 3 p, in, in the home I day for some OM time of the strike ihnt it would not give the t/AW any concessions above those on which thd union agreed with Ford and Chrysler. Stit in the settlement, iteillhef obtained these additional gains! i.—Ah end to the of Mrs. George Newborn. s,H6pe'Bursoh- engagement Told tM'r. and Mrs. J. J. Shope of Mope announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Jewel to Troy B^sot Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bui-' son. The wedding will fee an event of Dec. 7. After a trip to Old Mexico the couple will make their home in Louisiana where groom will bo employed. the Mrs, John Wiggins Hostess To '47 Friendship Club The '47 Friendship Club gathered at Mrs. John Wiggins' home on Oct. 1. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Bryan Clark. Mrs. John Wiggins read the 10th Chapter of Matthews and it was discussed by the group. 'Mrs. Orvillc Oglesby conducted | some clever Biblical games in which pictures were identified as depicting certain Scriptures. The surprise package was won by Mrs. Lloyd Lingo. The hostess served pie and coffee to her guests. Personal Mention Friends will ibe happy to know thai Mrs. A. D. Brannon is doing nicely following surgery on Thursday al St. Michael's Hospilal in Texarkana. Coming and Going , Mrs. Obera Eskew of Nashville is-visiting her sister, M'rs. Willie HarriSi and son George of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kinard attended the State Livestock Show in Little Rock Tuesday and Wednesday. At the same fair on Wednesday, Terrell Cornelius and Ben McRae were visitors from Hope. Mrs. N. W. Denny is visiting her mother Mrs. Caswell McRae and her brother, Phil McRae, ot Wilson", Ark, ' Max R, Miller, son. of Mrs. Ova Cbpeland of Phoenix, Ariz, is returning to his home port, Long Beach, Calif after having visited' in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L, Reese and Marilyn of this city. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Don Sooter, Rl. 1, Hope; Queen Esther Cooks, Hope. Discharged; Don Sooter, Rt, 1, Hope, Queen Esther and R, C, Cooks announce the arrival of a baby girl, porn Oct, 3, 1958, Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Charles Gough, Hope; Pete Alien, Rt, 4, Hope; Mrs, Rufus Garrett, Okolona; Mrs. Lloyd Marsh, Rt. 2, Hope. Mrs, Loney Wright, - Rt. 4 Hope; Mrs, Floyd Wright,'Rt. 1, Hope; Jesteen Hunt, Hope. Discharged: M'rs. Oscar Niemeyer, Prescott, ' s ' • Mr. and Mrs, Charles C, Gough Jr. of Hope announce the arrival of a baby tooy, born Oct, 1, Ifl58. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Marsh of Hope, announce the arrival of a baby girl, born Oct. 2, 1958. The name of the state of mont comes from two words; i.^'.yert" and "mont;" mountain." DIXIE THEATRfi TONITi Sat - Sum 2 Big Westerns In Flonjing Color CURK, JANE JOIfKT -~ hour work employes, Reuthcr said both Ford and Chry sler had abolished the short work day in the past two years. i^Flve cent an hour premium pay base for workers scheduled work seven consecutive days. Thd Work previously had been done al straight lime pay, 3—A OM agreement to study what the UAW had called wage inquiiles, under which GM plants in the same geographical area paid different wage scales for the same typo of work. OM's average hourly Wage is the highest in the industry—$2,62 as compared with S2,o2 at Ford and $2 33 at Chrysler. Faith Festival Attracts Many Notables TYRONZA, Ark. (AP) — More than 2,000 notables in the fields at medicine, religion, business ed cation and politics—plus just plain folks — attended a "Festival of Faith" here yeslcrday The Festival, sponsored by Dr. L. H. McDnniel of Tyronza, was a combination medical-inspiration&1 meeting. Speakers included Dr. Louis Ore of Orlando, Fla., president-elect of the American Medical Assn , who predicted that "people born 20 years from now can expect to live to be 75, a decade longer than the present life expectancy." The meeting was held in a huee circus-like tent. Gov. Orval E. Faubus delivered a welcoming address, devoting most of his 15-minute talk to praise of Arkansas for its profl- j'ess in civic and economic development. He passed off the current integration dispute with a brief comment, saping ,. Arkansans "are as freedom loving* as ever and now through dcmqcratic processes we seek to uphold ;the .Constitution so it will not become "a mere scrap of paper," l ' Apparently^ this referred to Faubus! fbfl-reitera'ted avowal that he is'"; .'fighting to maintain states ns'bs 1 in the integrator) dispuo, The program included a barbecue, band and other entertainment, and scientific and inspirational talks, with emphasis on medical topics, Other speakers included Erie Cocke Jr, of Atlanta, former national commander of the American Legion, and Rabbi Martin M,' Wcitz of Atlantic City, 'Rabbi Woilz said tliose attending the .Festival wore taking part in ",a .day's journey into the realm of«the inspirational " •' «•'' ' The Festival awarded citations to five men for their contribution's lo medicine and service to humanity. They included Dr. Albert Schweitzer of Lambareno French Equatorial Africa, who was not present, Major Events at State Show Completed LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Major events were completed in the AJ> kansas Livestock Exposition yesterday with the Guernsey judging, Singley p, A. Royal, Guernsey bull owned,by' Singjey-^ Dairy of Little Rock, clc'ferid.cd,' fils title by winning senior clfa'mpion honors. Later the bull was selected grand champion of the Guernsey show, Bluff View Patrician, owned hv Jf, J. Wasson of the Erwin Farn>* Company al Copway, was fe?cryp grand champion and Singjc Piper Mascot, another SJngfey bull, junior ~'~ Entires by youngsters will h,o)4 the show spotjighj (or (.lie rest <?f the week With today designated as 4-H CJub pay and Saturday gs FFA Day, Judging of all j ' entries has been combined, so no distinction will fee made the two organizqtipns, Ann Harbison of FayettevlJlQ the championship pe'n gi JlgUl broilers in ppyjtry compel^ {ion yestej'd;a,y Raymond, of {Vipl Springs bought the §t $j'p a poyrjd.. Tj\e' pUsinpionship pen of hejyy broilers was shown Py E"'" 1 ' \Vootfs' of gentonvjjle ancj Roy' Jpr oj From Hie collection of thai up-anU-cominjr young French designer, Pierre Cardln, come these two new approaches to the look for autumn evenings. Umpire dress (left) in ..raspberry red orlon. nylon and silk satin is richly draped in U shape. Short evening dress (right) In black faille has puckered skirt, ribbon belt just under the bosom. —By, KOSETTB HARGROVE, NEA Staff Correspondent, Paris. DOROTHY D If Boy's Not Ready, Hunt for New Steady Dear Dorothy Dix: I'm a secretary of 22, in love with a boy somewhat younger. Sometimes I think I've just drifted into a state resembling love, because I do have doubts atooul him. I've been ready to gel married and settle down for a year, but Rob says he's not ready for marriage. At one time he gave me an engagement ring, but I , returned it when I found out that he had no intention of selling 1 a dale. I've 'become very friendly with a man at my office who has asked-for a dale. Naturally I won't date both boys. Do you think I should ^make a final .break with Rob, and go with the other man? — Amy. Dear Amy: When a steady date states emphatically that he isn't ready for marriage, and doesn't know when, he will be, it's your signal" to'give him the "get Idsl"" treatment. 'Rob Ihinks he may be ready in five or six years. You have no assurance that when he does spread out the welcome mut for the wedding march you'll -be his chosen partner. Rob seems like a lost cause, so if your office beau is interested, encourage him. Dear Dorothy Dix: •Recently I met Bob at ;a friends house. He's a sailor, 22, and has been dviorced. I'm 16. He's awfully nice, and I'd' love lo write him when he goes'^away — as he asked me to -— but I don'I think mother would approve. She hasn't mot him but I'm sure his age and previous marriage would prejudice her against him, I'd only- write friendly letters. Do you 'l)iink it would be all right? If I have your backing I'd toe encouraged to tackle mom. — Toni. Dear Toni: It's hard for me lo refuse a Jfl-year-old anything, but it really would 'be wiser never to begin a correspondence that might end in grief for you. Tell your mother about the incident and prove your maturity by telling her you've come to the conclusion it would be a foolish thing lo start, Will Help Any Continued From Page One question now." Hays was the go-between last year who arranged the Newport conference between Faubus and President Eisenhower. On another phase of his position with respect to Federal court orders, Faubus said: "The Federal courts don't have the authority to say how stale money is being spent." Faubus said in his written statement he would assist private organizations—both while and Negro—lo set up and operate private, segregated schools. The Little Rock Private School Corp. is Working to collect money, and find buildings and equipment, to establish private high schools for while children. "1 will support and assist the corporation," Faubus said, Dr. T. J. lUmcy, president cf the corporation, says his plan docs not embrace a private school for Negro children. "The mailer of providing educational facilities for Ihc Negro students hns been mentioned," Faubus said. "I will assi.st tlio corporation or any other In providing education for Negroes as well as while, However, tho corporation will require Negro teachers, facilities and funds for this purpose. It may be that the help of the N'A'AC-P ONalionnl Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People) will be needed, as well as some of the funds being received by Daisy Bntes and the money being spent for attorneys' fees." Mrs. L. C. (Daisy) Bates is president of the Arkansas chapter of tho NAACP. Commenting on next Monday's hearing, in St. Louis by tho 8th Circuit Court of Appeals on {ho Little'Rock case. Faubus said: "It appears that Ihu only question lo be passed upon is wh'clhcr or not the court- will allow I ho private school corporation to exorcise Ks Bruce Bennett f^AKUt&ttftJi tfctfeftt 4RA10JI f%£jk Contlnuea rTOTn z*ligu Uuc said yesterday n recent appeal for finattclnl nld (o Ihc orgfinianllorl had brought n flood of donations The prtvnte school plflrt rnflkcs no provision for Negroes. Severn! ftegfa lc"p.der<t sold !nsl flight they considered Ihc platl all nllcffipt lo '•fool the people" find predicted II would collapse dVonUmliy, A rcdeffl! court fins Issued a roslrnllilnR order ftflnliiSl icnsc of public schools lo USD privnlc cor* poralloil nlid nn injunetive hearing is Set for Mohdfly. Kenneth Gotten, n tittle ttoclt attorney, yesterday snld ho would npputil to the Arkansas Supreme Cowl n lower Court ruling upholding the legality of the Inw under which Fnubus closed the schools. The Puliiskl County School district, which opcriilcs ritrnl schools, stopped further transfer of stu« dents from the Little ftock School District. Officials snld rural schools were overcrowded. Some observers looked oil Cof» foil's decision to nppenl n stole court rerusnl to rule oil the school closing Inw ns n legal move that could give Faubus nn out In tho current rcdernl-slnle deadlock, Jf Ihe stale Supreme Court holtln he Inw constitutional, I* 1 n u b u s could open the public schools A'ithotit risking criticism from ntl- vocntes or segregation. « More than 400 students from Little Hock's closed high schools inve transferred out of tho school district since the current dilemimi began. ' Before the transfers storied, lot- al enrollment nt the schools was 3,091). Pulaskl County School Supl E. F . ; Dunn said more than 2flO Little Rock high school students wero turned clown during Ihu past two days In their efforts to enroll ul county high schools. Territorial flower oL Alaska is the "forget-me-not." cgally acquired right lo use the eased school properties." Federal judges Monday Issued a temporary order restraining 'inybne from leasing Hie Little Hock schools. The flth Circuit Court has been asked to make Diis nn injunction The Little Rock controversy settled into n lull while principals await the decision of court action in St. Louis, Horse Race Wai Worth $3,000 . m*n _.., Hiolhcf o? llif-fce chlWfC!t? a Luck, tirofi ft 140-imtft ffice lodaj' Jrt style— by a hose, Mrs. Luck's thoroiighbrec? n pftH-Al-ablan, pai-1-thorm.ighbralt Hddcn by Bryart Brattlhorrte 'Bff SI. ,!f)hH, Utah, by halt li seeotfdf In Dm Nice from Salic Lake citg lo this cnslct-n Utah eoWhiutlHjf The Knesevelt, Utah, was 1ft tho saddle Ft* 18 Hour! Sortie 50 horses slaHetli dropped out. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs, Jeella AWSUP li , MS the investment aaesunu &f, hef husband, Joe Amour, d««! ceased, Please call Prospect 7-2413 far. any iHfbfmattort you may neea Taylor & Jordan USED CARS ~ And — BODY SHOP 216 3, Haze! Ofvllle Taylor Phene ?«4622, John Bill Jordan' LENNIE JACKSON Hns joined the staff of Hnzel's Beauty Shop and Invites har friends to"' visit her. HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 8. Elm Pho. 7-2878 ' 86TH ANNIVERSARY 'i SPECIAL ;: 5 PC, Maple Dinette, Service for 6 dlslics, Place Mats and stainless steel silverware. •"- ;; $86.00 MONTGOMERY WARD -i? GIRLS— ; NEW FIESTA . * COLD WAVES $8.50 ^ Guaranteed >, r MARTHA'S ! BEAUTY SHOP r Behind Chllds Phone 7-4014 220 S. ShoverH i i YOUR HAIR... Can Be Years Younger IN JUST MINUTES DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON Pho. 7-3118 EDITH — 204 S. Main — DIANE FRAN'S TAP-BALLET-BALLROOM'-.'i • ACROBATIC-BATON .-?;' Special Classes for Tiny Tots!" PR 7-4335 Dear Dorothy Dix; My husband left me a few months ago after we had been married only a year. He began, an affair witji the wife of hjs test friend, who also Jeft her husband. Whenever ho does see mo ho says he'll c(?mo back some day when he's rea,dy to settle down. 'I still love nim and would gladly take him pack, My farpily says I'd be foolish, Would I? — Olga H. Dear Olga: your husband is play rig a game in which he can't lose r— with the present setup. You're :iis anchorage and he'll return ivhen he pleases, He'jl have affair itftpr affair anc!i as each one peters out, lie has a refuge frpm which ic can take off again. }ie knows ic'JU never find, a girl as cornpla- ;ent as you. }f you have nq pride n yourself and cun accept this position, go lo it. If you haye any self respect at all, any hope of (King a Decent future far yourself, veto all possibility of your yyenile delinquent's returning- President ta (Set Another Checkup 8 PC. 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