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20, 19S8 if P M i T A •,Na P •, _A • I A H I A I CIFTY V* II IL 11 1! ?>§4§1 A>M> Setfibe? 26 , dircle 5 Wsds of the first Me•ft] Htbdlst dhuFCh Will meet Monday, 'iOct, 20 at ?;30 p.m. ifl !.He home r -' of Mrs. Wade BenefieW, Mrj. Pau Bain will be co'hdstess. Ah wtsr estlHf and informative program has been planned and all member are urged to attend. w Wesleyafi Service Guild sliid; group oh "Middle East" will hav! , , Iht! final session Mohday Oiitobe : 'li 20 at 1 p, m, at the First Meth odist Church, Tuesday, October 21 t The American Legion Atwiliary of Leslie Huddlestoh Post No. 12 will meet Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Frank King, Co'hostesses will be Mrs cyerly. Gunler Sr. and Mrs. Moinei The Jayccttes will meet Tuesday night, Oct. 21 at 7!30 in the home of Mrs. Raymond Byers. Mrs, Jack Loe will be guest speaker, Wednesday October 22. The 'Mothers of the children of Brookwood School in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades will have a study on the "The Child and his Allow- Bincc," on Wednesday Morning at 10 a. m. at the home of Mi's. Bill Caldwell.. Thursday) October 23 The Christian' Youth Fellowship of the First Christian Church will hold a Chilli Supper, Thursday night, Oct. 23 in the church fellowship hall. The price will be 75c for adults and 25c for children, H$Coming and Going Those attending the Union Baptist Association which convened with the Central Baptist Church in Prescott Friday the 17th were Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kent,'Mrs. Tommy Gibson, Mrs. Willie Shepard, Mrs. Eldredge Form by and T. J. Drake of the Patmos Missionary g Baptist Church. j,: Mrs. Calvin 1 Johnson of Lakeland Qfla. is visiting her molher, Mrs, 'A. J. Kenl of Patmos, also other relatives-and friends while here. Mrs. George Dodson of Musko- gcc, Okla. will join Mrs. Johnson on her visit here on Sunday, she will also visit her mother, Mrs. A, J. Kent. ton. Rt. 1 Lewis ville; Leo dexter. Washington; Mrs, Billy H. Pott-ell, and baby boy. Mope; Mrs, CJeorge Frazlier and baby boy of Mope; W. f. Vines, Emmet; Mrs. d. P. folleson, Hope; Cindy Reese Hope; J. ft. Foster. Rt. 1. Lewis- Viiiej Denise Moses, Rt. 3 Hope; M'rs. Lohey Wright, Rt. 4. rtope; Mrs. Roy Fry, Rt. 1 Fulton; Alvin Sutler, Rt. 2, fiodcaw. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Smith of Hope announce the arrival of a baby girl, born Oct. it, 1958. New Barrage Continued From Page On» charge was completely untrue. Only Sunday, U.S. Navy commanders had disclosed that add!' tional warships rushed to bolster, the U.S. 7th Fleet here after the Communists started massive artil-' lery attacks on the off-shore islands had been withdrawn. In escorting Nationalist supply ships to Qttemoy, U.S. svarships Have stayed 'three miles or rrtbi'g off Quemoy, the limit of territorial waters recognied by the United 500 to Register China claims a 12-mile limit, In announcing the first cease- fire, effective at midnight on Sunday, Oct. 5, the Red Chinese said a condition was that the United Stales halt its escorts, President Is FJ«« Pile in Hazeii High SchOdl, Hazeh Scfioot Supl. A. H. M6- Ponnell said the huffibof Of slsj> oeriis beglhhihg classes today at Hazeh \vas cut by the opeHirig of the private school In Little" fiock, in afiolher educational develop rtient, bittle KOCK Scliodi Supx Virgil SiossoM said tliat Ilia Golden Wedding Anniversor Mr, and Mrs. Lester Reppond o Litlle Rock and Iwo .daughter and Mr. .and Mrs. Thqinas, Giibson ^t- 'Homer.' Laf y ;rre. : visiting , Mr " and Mrs, Tommy "Gibson of Pat mos. Alice Ncal and .Lynda Rowe o Little Rock, spent the weekend with their respective parents, Mr and Mrs, J. B, Ncal and MV, and Mrs. C. J, Rowe of Hope. Hospital Notes A Memorial ' Admitted: Mrs. Elmer Smith Rt, 1, Hope; Mrs. John Brill, Hope Charles Lewis, Fulton; Arthur Hoi land, Saratoga; Denise Moses, Rt 3, Hope; Mrs, Leltie Landos, Rt. ' Patmos; Mrs. Sid Sinyard, Rt, 1 Hope; Eddie MuJdrew, Texarkana Mrs, Earlene Cook, Vivian, La, Discharged; James OlaC Luck Rt. 1, Washington; Grady Hamp- SAENGEK LAST DAY — Don't Miss this Great Motion Picture of the Civil War NOTi __i_ DUE TO LiNGTH ONi SHOW ONLY STARTINa.7 p, M. Adults , , , , 75c Children ...» 25c !, Adylt$,. SOc Continued Irom Page One a lelevision Interview. He said ic thinks Truman was speaking hen primarily as an ex-president vho thinks there should be mercy on the man in the White House. By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH DENVER (AP)—President 751- •enhower flies to Los Angeles to- lay for a campaign' speech billed Resuming a 5,300 mile cross- o bolster Republican candidates ilagued by a parly split. Resming a 5,300-mile cross- lountry tour, after a quiet week nd, the , President was pictured s ready to shift gears and do ome plugging during a two-day 'isit in California. The state is ne of the nation's major political >atllegrounds this year. •Eisenhower's half-hour speech onight at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles will be carried on iolevision and radio over an 3 !• state Western network. Tuesday morning he will make two speeches, in San Francisco before traveling on to Chicago, If he does go to a scrapping role Jn California, it will be the first time, since he left Washing; ton last Friday on a six-day vote- hunting tour. In Iowa his speech was only ipdirecly political, and in Kansas and, Colorado he made no talks whatever. The GOP candidates in thoso. closed higti school s here grant diplottia& lo seniors Wiiu complfate requjit torrespohderice Courses" offered by the University of Guy fierry, head of the sity's deiicral fixtdttsioft SerVief, said between 360-tOO Little ttock students have applied for ebrro*' pondence courses. Md said about 20 applications arc being received dally. Whether or hot the correspoH' dsnce credits earned are accepted toward a diploma Is determined by the individual high school, Berry said. About 500 seniors are expected to enroll in Little Hock's pi-ival* school, the cotterstone of a pri)» griim to evade school inlugralion, J?or the past three days, Volun« leer workers have labored almost around the clock to ready a newly leased 32*classroom building, The structure recently was sold by the University of Arkansas -to a private individual, wjho tn turn leased It for Use as the private school. The building had stood empty lor a year and a half. Actual classroom work Will ,be- fiin Tuesday, just 39 days after Gov. Orval E. Faubs invoked a new state law to shut down public ligh schols in the face of an immediate integration order, from the U.S. Supreme Court The Little Rock Private Schol Corp, will finance the new school with funds from public subscription. The building, formerly occupied by a University of Arkansas gracl? ate facility, was leased only Thursday. Desks, blackboards and other furniture were moved in over the weekend. W. C. Brashears, school superintendent for the corporation, said classes will open later for 10th and llth graders. An estimated 3,600 high school students, white and Negro, wire left without schools after the :Fnu- bus closing order. An estimated 900 pupils, including 200 Negroes, since have transferred to schools outside the Little Rock district. MI-SI Montgomery The ReV. and Mrs. James D, Montgomery, of 609 S. 1-lorvey St., will observe their Golden Wedding Annlvcrsni-y on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The couplei Hempslead County natives, are members of families thai setlled in southwest Arkansas mo.re than a century ago. They were married in Hope In 1008, Because Mr. Montgomery is recuperating at home from an illness, an anniversary gathering is being omltled. Before enlering Ihe Melhodist ministry, he Was n Mope attorney from 1903 to 1927. He subsequently held pastorales in every district of. the Little Rock Conference, The Montgomerys returned lo Hope In June, 1957, upon his retirement afler 30 years as a minister, The future preacher was mayor of Hope in" 1905-08; state senator from the old Uempslcad McViula district in the legislative sessions of 1919 and 1921, and a Hope clly councilman in 192-1-26, Mr. Montgomery was born on a farm in tho Blcvins area nnd Mrs, Montgomery In Hope. Ills parents were James Morris and Virginia Bostic Montgomery. Mrs. Montgomery's parents were John Peyton and ISmma Black Horvcy. She formerly was Janic HerVey. The couple's son, James D. Jr., of Coronado, Calif,, is a reporter for Ihe San Diego Evening Tribune. He was n Mope Slor reporter in Ihc lale 1920s, The lale Sieve Carrignn Jr., Hope •attorney, served as best man In 'the 1908 wedding. The maid of honor, Mrs. W. C. Edwards (Avis Reaves), of Little Rock, still resides there, DOROTHY D! Opposites Do'Attract But Not For Too Long - •' <t -t i "•_ two states bad to be satisfied with not much more than photographs with the President. In Colorado, there was even a hassle over those thai lef Ibe slale Republican organizaion miffed, On Eisenhower's arrival in Denver Saurday for a visil wilh his ailing molher-in-law Mrs, John S. Doud, Ihe first lo greel him al the airport was Colorado's Democratic Gov, Slephen MdNichols, bis wife and their five photogenic children. The GOP candidate for governor, Palmer Burch, ^s'as al Rebuffs Red Bid for Early Conference WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of. Slale Dulles loday rebuffed a Soviet bid for an early foreign ministers meeting on ending nuclear Weapons tests. But lie offered to attend a later Ejist; West conference if that "seetni necessary -and .desirable." In notes delivered in Moscow, the U. S, and British governments called on the Soviet ' Union lo begin diplomatic negotialions on the lesl issue Ocl, 31, as previously agreed, 'Dulles said he, Foreign Secre- lary Selwyn Lloyd and Russia's Andrei Gromyko should not at' tend the inital sessions. "If, as the discussions at th diplomatic level proceed, Ih presence of foreign minister seems necessary and desirable the secretary of slate would be Dear Dorothy Dix! I I am in love with a man Who -i the complete opposite of me. "H loves me, too, and we have reach ed the marriage-discussion stage Because of our difference. I' won dor if we'd be happy. We are, o different national strains and 'dil ferent religions, I have a 'goo> education but he has never gon beyond sophomore year in "h'igi school. I like to read and listen tr good music; his last? runs t< science comic books and raucou pop singers. I like good food, ap preciate the finer restaurants, and am quite a gourmet cook mysel (though only 19). His idea of good cnting is a few hamburgers anc French fries. However, he is so kind, generous and thoughtful the I can't help loving him. — Fran. cine. Dear Francine; Marriage isn't in dicated here. The man has a certain physical attraction for s you and an easy-going disposition, bul these are poor risks for a lifetime together. Ho has different ideal? and traditions, some of which are bound to bfi troublemakers. "Like to like" is the best slogan for matrimony. most lost in the shuffle 'some dis- P^pared to attend," the note .d tance 'back in the receiving line, cled, _. By Ihis move Dulles and Lloyd obviously sought to avoid beuit, placed in a. completely negative posiljon on the issue of a foreign ministers meeting, Russia proposed a meeting o| foreign ministers in a note Oct. J There was immediate suspicion heye that the Reds were trying to find an excuse lo assure tha lailure (4-the scheduled Qcneva negotialions and put the blame on the Western Powers, The United States reminded Soviet Union that President sqnhawer h.nd offered last FIA5H PUTFIT 0 - Filming tho world's smp?ho,t •'Iher|'» fvwylhing •Javwh 9 P-Mfi sstftr In,J(u», .. .fewsU'smsly poskagtd gifi s«tflt I - W /tg.m £8H9fig gnsl film light ga 1 " tajk " g2 lo suspend V, S. nycjear weap ons tests fgr a year-, with subse< quent one year e^len^ions, If Russia also would refrain, from ing and if progress wore toward setting up a cpntroj sygt tpm to po}ipe the tfSt t>§n. GM Assembly Li Gets in Operation model A l?ig step pi }8?8 can,)e -jpay.^ gssemjbjy 'Jj n es f°f U)s first Urns sjnse, At Jhc iDear Dorothy Dix; While I was in high school 1 TeJl in love with Dexter. He said he loved me, loo. But when" another girl he dated discovered she was pregnant, he had to marry her. They were later divorced, remarried, and were divot-cod again, Now he's giving me a rush. My family doesn't like him. He also lins a child by another girl, but J know he's the man I want, I'm in college now and hope to be a teacher. — Celia. Dear Celia; Please learn something yourself, before you start to teach others, A young man with Dealer's romantic record would never make a good husband, nor coujd be afford to be, Hes going to iiave so many youngsters to support that he won't be able to lake on & wife. Concentrate on your career for a while. Dear Dorothy Dix; I Jove q boy named Sam but don'i know if he Joves' ;rie, His sister, Amy, is my best friend. Do you think I should have her break the news that I love him? —qinny Dear Ginny; What And scare him off to the army? This is something a boy. likes to fine) out for himself, , No third party is jnecessary, £el Amy restrict her cooperation to saying , nice things about you, Diver Seek Bodies of U. S, Airmen ARGENTJA, Nfld. (AP)—Seven U.S.- Navy divers went down In Placcntia Bay here today looking for the b'odies of 10 nren believed trapped in an American radar patrol plane. One man was known to have been killed in Saturday's crash, 10 are missing and 18 were rescued, A wing of the big Navy Super onslellalion was found Sunday bul there was no sign of Hie fuselage. Officials have expressed Ihe opinion that wind-whipped svaves may have broken'iH up. The plane plunged into 30 fee of water about 1,000 feet from •umvay of the U S. Naval Has lore during an Instrument lane ng. It was raining and foggy a he time but a navy officer sal he field was well lighted. Winds whipped, the bay into ury Sunday and halted , score! operations for six hours, l«t. John Koskey, tho pi we' opilot, said he surrendered th controls to the pilot seconds be ore the crash. Altitude lhe» wn 250 feet, The wenlher was bnc The pilot is among the missing 65 and Crew of Soviet Plane Killed toNtJON (AP) - the crash of a TU1D4 jet nirllHCr, showpiece of Soviet riVlitlibii, look Ihe lives of Ihe 83 ptissohgers mid nil drew members, ttcd China nnFusufscfd Sunday niglih rndld sflld thcfe tverd Ho survivors of the crash t'rldrty High! al kfllifish, -100 miles eiisl of Mosdott'i mid thnl nrwi/tg Iho dertd were IB Chitiese government officials. il WHS the first erhsli to be nn- iioiuiced for the jel ufMihur, the pride of the Soviet conuncrcinl rtir fleot. i 'J'he olhor 48 |)itsscti|>ei'S were described ns "forcliin friends" nnd exiieHs on their way hotuu froni itcd Clihin. they Included one 3rllon, tour Most Oermtina Hnd he son of the Cambodian ntiibns- sndor io Pelplng, Tlie number of crew Members vas hot given, but the TUItM usii' llni nlly enrrles up to to. The Pelplng bi'ondciitit irst details of Ihe disaster. cow radio, In one of its nii'e OIL lounecmeiHs of nlr mlshnps, said Saturday night Hint the plnnc wenf down on n regular PclpJng-to-Mo* cow flight but did not disclose how many had been killed, . Aeroflr/t, the Soviet state ntr- inc, said in Moscow no further details Would; bo disclosed until nn 'Investigation has cleared up he case. Thailand Cabinet Submits Resignation BANGKOK, Thailand (AP)—The ?liai Cabinet headed by Premier 'hanom Kitlikacliorn rcsignc/l lo- ay, the government radio an- lounccd. The mass resignation came ntt- r the return to this capital Siui- lay of strongman MnrshnI Sfiril I'hanarat. He slipped quietly into lie country nfter returning mys- criously from a convalescent Dynamic Stoliit Frew Arkonsai Mint BMtfll, Ark. half MSP of d>n<smll<* sftd ifW ciifiSj needed lo toxich off {he explosives, wore nrtiohg IteftiS stoldn ycsterdny from Ihc Boyd MxceV Slor Mihes hcnf Grfcemvood, He- puly Sheriff Silt Gnnfl reimHed today. dnhrt snlct tho Ihicvus broke Inld cnlih of toveii srttflllfi-fitlK* 'blllltt* Jugs Sealed, tie quoted swttier Bnjjctt Boyd ns snyltttf the loss amouhied and dahiitRc io Id more thtm $2,000. told Ihe demily tlirtt Ihe burjtlnra, for ho flppnfisiil fcflsmi, caused heavy damage io n Icnve In England, lie went into huddle U'llh top politico! lenders ns soon ns he arrived. There hnd been rumnt's SnHt hnd plnnncd some ttnVorntticnl cltntiues nnd jicrhtips n Cnbtnel slinkou)). Stirll, nn nrmy ninrslinl, led it military coup which overthrew the regime of Field MnrshnI 1 J . Pibul* gonKrnm In September 1057. YOUR HAIR... Con Be Years Younger IN JUST MINUTES DIANE'S BEAUTYSALON Pho. 7-311S EDITH - 204 8. .Main — DIANE It $!$&, In Addition to the d^aiftite- ifid a lyttfMitefv m st&iftf" friftchifi?, S mfiifitH? of inot sfcilif iftfl ftilftiff | \66\6 fo^l^ itnle, is west of S^lidfiWtfa<^ 88 Atidvttlobllcs ore one of the places possible durfttfi nfl storm, snys the Nntlonai is Society. IOW-MICI TV WITH IXCIUMVI AOlfitN ttUAIAMtli Pull yaar guarantee. OH *ll tttb«s *rtd parts, 6 VMM an Ooldoo Tube Sentry Unjl< Ua« *» stereo speaker,. kliM: Clmr- £OAi< Ofrtin^u G r • 1 n • d Blond. Mod' •I I1T68. mi n*M EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 E. 2nd. Hope, 'Ark. For Safety — For Silence — We Install International Parts Mufflers • All Welded Construction • "Silikotc" Protection • Guaranteed for Life of Car, • No Installation Charge Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 Here's what makes the 59 FORDS' ft is estimated that Wcsl Virgin! las coal resources sufficient lo las 400 years al the present rate o production, The Pile Ughthouse in Irclan /as built by Alexander Milchel 13 years ago. He was an engineej ml blind at the time. GRILL CAFE — BREAKFAST — 35c — 50c — 65c Ho,me Style Hot Biscuits Open 3 A, M, to 8 P, M, ( .Pcar porotljy Pix; " , ' My boy frionci doesn't see- the importance f of tlwigs jiko hope ;ljpsts, We're getting engaged in .he spring and I'd !ihe u Jiope chest jirislmas, Wquld U be all for jrsq to jncntion pometWug H? 1 — F)]oebc> Pfioepo; j^el him catdi you longingly at an pd /estur- 86TH ANNIVERSARY, SPEC! A-l.",5 PQ, Maple PineUe, S?rv)g? for e'cfishes, Plaqs Mats and sta|n» less ste?l silverware, Taylor & Jordan USiD CARS "» And — . ' ft .OryilJ? 'The n«w ford,Sunlln«r and iiil«r ihip, Ihe 4-paisonger ford Thundarbird. , ;fofd|tnew/oiflan« 500 Club Vlclprfi, To say tjicj $i) Kurd is "new" , , /is un uwlorstziteijjcm. For Uic W Ford js much more; it's a imlliuiil kind of newness, It's a newness of IjgauUful proportions,,, not H bulky, "pddcd shoulder" look, but a classic rigluijcM i>[ space, M'«> grid- line, it's a departure from the Jmmdrwri in. cars J.Q che exciti»§ elegance of the Jluuiclcrbird, And there you have it; (he 50 ford Is n perfect blending of Thunder, 'bird elegance, with the world'? most beau* tiful proportions! There's a happy ending, too, The 59 Ford Js u. masterpiece pf-yodw-pricingt Why not come in and Actipn TeH ojie of ' ccautjfuj new f'orri* ioday? GIRLS • * NgYy Flg§TA COkPWAYIS $§,$0 he a§Hs her what you want, of igJJ h,im yoyrsclf— 'II he asks, Soy? .often, dpn't re^llge the' way about things, put -with of prodjjig they're very e,la|m Ml erec^il lot gel. i4e,8jh.episejyes., Any clev- ev girt ' , MARTHA'S for Uy (lie , de i'jijpgajice jit J'air, , the new "'hiw'iuc raoi, standard I'ortl engine or u regular gai at reg wilh oil filler uij chiyigo w{ tudy jiujcs j ' at U?p his pew- hsve tied <julp«t 4rlv|«K a,t 3, '

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