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I > L , ftt M , 1< * „, r ' I' *<<- >l '""SC.''!i '" j f r iday, , 19SS HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS 4 P.M. Calendar November 8 Mrs, Knutson Being Sued by Husband the Ihtelrmidiat^s of Dept. Two! kers al ' e Urged lo be present, of the The First Siptist Church I WASHINGTON, CAP) — Andrew 'knulsotii Husband of Itep. Coyn are Mrs, Jack Fountain. Mrs. tleH- 'Kntitson (t^Minh) has pending in vet- Horhaday and Mrs. Jark kogg, federal court Here a stilt against All rriembers ahd associate mem- will have a hay ride Saturday November. 8, the group will meet at Ih-j church at 7 p.m. and each may invite it guest. MdHday, Navembet* 1fi Wesleyan Service duild No. 2 of The first Methodist Church will have their regular meeting Mon-> day, November lo at ?:30 p. m, in the home of Mrs. Sill Wray, Circle No, 4 of The Presbyterian Church Will meet In the home of Mrs, Thomas Hays 1401 Edgewood on Monday, November 10 at ?!30 f p, rn. Mrs. William Tolleson, chair* innti. Mope Iris Garden Club Will meet Tuesday, Nov 11 at 2130 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Owen Nix with Twrs. w, 1. strotid as co-hostess. The Practical Nurses will meet Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the court room of the City ttall. All members are cordially 'invited to attend. man, Monday, November 1C The Wesleytin Service Guild No, 1 Will' meet Monday 7:30 p. m, in the home of Mrs, Garland Mcdders With Mrs. Rachel Edmiastoii as associate hostess, All members are reminded to bring their Week of prayer offering. The. Ann Wollerman Circle of the * First Baptist Church will meet in w the home of Mrs. J, T. Bowcicn. Jr., hi 310 West Ave. G at 7:30 p. m. Monday. All members are urged to be present. Wednesday) November 12 The John Cain Chapter of DAR Will meet at 12 noon Wednesday, Nov. 12 in the Trimble 'home in Washington. Mrs. R. L. Searcy, Mrs. James Marlindale, Mrs. Dick Watkins and 'Mrs. Charles Taylor will serve as hostesses. Jayeeette Story Hour For Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades The Jaycectte Story Hour will be for children in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades this Saturday at the Hempstead County Library, Mrs. Vic Henderson and Mrs, Lynn Harris will tell the stories this Saturday morning from 10 to 11 o'clock. Tuesday November 11 The regular November meeting of the Jr.-Sr. High School .P.T.A. Is called "Parents Night" and will b'2 hold in the Higli School auditorium November 11 at 7:30 p.m. All parents are urged to attend. The'Friendship Class of t.he First Baptist Church will meet at the church for a pot luck supper Tuesday, Nov, 11 at 7 p. m. Hostesses TODAY & Saturday 2 Action Hits CINEMASCOPE' COLOR by DeLuH Miss Loretta Miuin Becomes Bride of Max Louis Halbert iMiss Loretta Munn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. P. MXmn of Hope, became the bride of Max Louis Halbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Halbert of Malvern, Oct. 19 in Ho'buck Chapel of The First Methodist Church of Fort Smith. The double 'ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Frank R. Clammons. The .bride, given In marri- his wife's executive secretary for $200,000 nor alibttatioH of af/cetiolis and slander. the action was filed Wednesday ty Kinilsoh's attorney, Benedict S. Fitzgerald, who said it had beert prepared months ago but Knutson delayed filing so as no! to. Influence the results of Tues< day's election. Mrs. Knulsoti, a former schoolteacher who has served two terms in Cohg'rcss, was defeated jji the election. ' The suit asks $100,000 from William Kjeldnhi, 2fi, Mi's. KnulsoiVs executive secretary, on each of the two counts. Fitzgerald sail the next step will be to serve papers on Rjeldahl who he said is in Minnesota. KinttSon charged in the papers filed here that Kjeldnhi interfered with his marital rights and eon' strlved to injure Knutsott in the enjoyment of (lie companionship of his wife, The papers say the slander allegation was based upon a reference that Kjeldahl had made to Knutson. Mrs, Knutson could not bo reached in Minnesota, An aide office In Moorhcad, Minn., indicated Mrs. Knutson Would have nothing further to say at present about te lawsuit. Old Pals Succumb at Same Time STREATOR, 111. — Frank W, Liptak, G4, a state police sergeant; and Edward Fedash, 63, an auto mechanic, buddies for many years, Were riding in Liptak's car when Fedash became This is lite way that some of the nation's lop designers work in wool for fall and winter. Wool plaid streamer coat (Icl'O by Pauline Trigcrc is only slightly shaped to the body, is buttoned with double discs in matching plaid. Fringed scarf drapes gracefully from the neckline. Adcle Simpson does (center) a red-and-'grecn'wool tweed ensemble with high rise skirt and brief jacket. Short overblonsc is in dark green wool jersey. Necklace is in blending (ones of rcd-and-grccn, what (his designer calls her ."tweed bends." Another THfio.rc design is this reversible wool travel coat (right) in binck-nnd-whitc check on one side and gray tweed on the' other. I'ockcts arc passport-sized and cout bus big cape collar. The designer shows this cont and skirt with black, high-necked sweater. , ' •• .IE, ^ ^,= J ±H' *V'nd o*ed to b7^ven°= En route, Fedash lapsed into unconsciousness. Lipt'ak .pulled into the Fedash driveway, hurried info tho kitchen and asked Mrs. Fedash to summon a doctor. At the kitchen door, Liptak swayed, then collapsed. A few minutes later a physician pronounced both men dead, apparently of hear seizures. wool sheath dress trimmed with seed pearls with matching accessories and a white feather hall hat. She pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. Mr. and "Mrs. Halbert will be at home in Augusta, Ga. where 'Mr. Halbert is stationed with the U. S. Army. - .-«* MA&ACRE PLUS — Mrs. John Kauffman Hostess to Victory HOC Victory HDC met in the home of Mrs. John Kauffman on Nov. 5 with Mrs, Joe Willett as co-hostess. During a short business session a Christmas party was planned, Mrs. Cecil Smith gave a talk on the black widow spider and what to do in case anyone should be bitten. Refreshments' were se'rved to 11 members and three visitors, Mrs, Bryan Clark, M'rs. D. M, Samuel and Mrs. M, A. Willett. The club adjourned to meet at the club house Dec. 3 for Christmas party, the Statement/on^ Nuclear Policy Forthcoming WASHINGTON (AE) The Cartoon & Serial LATE SHOW Saturday 10:45 SEXY Jane Russell PINK FUZZY NIGHTGOWN Mrs. Tom Foster Hostess to Gardenia Garden Club The Gardenia Garden Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs, Tom Foster with Mrs, C. W. Evans as co-hostess. The meeting was opened with the club creed given by Mrs, Foster with Mrs, Lylc McMahan presiding, Thanksgiving arrangements were brought, Mrs. Bill Watson won first prize. Mrs. Jim James second and Mrs. Lyle McMahan third, A program on making dried arrangements was presented by Mrs, Manuel Hamm, A dessert plate and coffee was served to 17 members and t\v visitors, New TV Station Opens at El Dorado EL DORADO, Ark. (AP) — A Jicw television station, described as one of the nation's most powerful, will begin operating here at 7 a.m. tomorrow. Its call letters are KTVE, .A station official, Fred -Bandry,said today the 'station's '1,52-foot tower is one of the tallest in hte world. It is located about 25 miles from the studios at Hutlig, Ark,, near the Louisiana line. f KTVE, owned by the Arkansas- Louisiana-Television Co, Inc., \\jill operate on a power of 316,000 watts on Channel 10, It may be viewed in southern Arkansas and northern Louisiana, The station is an outgrowth of KRBB, an El Dorado station which will sign off the air late today, Bandry said. White House promised an important statement today on United States policy covering suspension of nuclear weapons tests. . , There was some reason to believe that the statement would deal with Soviet reaction to a U.S. proposal for a one-year suspension of nuclear weapons tests. The three powers now arc meeting at Geneva, seeking to work out an international agreement lo prohibit such tests. The United States and Britain suspended their tests a wc r ek,'agp* today as tho meeting opened,' ..In accordance with the proposal. They reserved the right, however;, to resume testing if the .fired more nuclear blasts. s The t day _ v b ' the, Starts Sunday Action Packed Story 9f the,First White Man to Open Up the f.gr ' Pat Cleburne Chapter of the U. D, C, M?t at Diamond Cafe The Pal Cleburne Chapter of th United Daughters of the Coated eracy had its monthly meeting a the Diamond Cafe on November 6 Mari&olds and yellow chrysanthe mums decorated the tables the luncheon was served. Mrs, Stam Strong led the group in the salute to tl/e flags, and Mrs J. \y. Branch read the ritual, Mrs Gus Hayn.es presented an interest in§ program on "David 0, Dodd,' and Mrs, Branch brought some in highlights on the ^Confederate M°«ey," puring the business meeting, 'conducted by Mrs. J, M, O'Neal, Chapter President, plans were ci}s, cussed for the Christmas pa"'' peju month to pe held in a home, Builders Bible Class of the First Baptist Church Hold Monthly Business Meeting and Social The Builders Bible Class of the First Baptist Church met on Tuesday night November 4, at the church for a monthly business meeting and social, Class .officers were installed in a most 'impressive ceremony by Mrs. Charles Reynerson. Hostesses were Mrs, R, M, Jones, Mrs, J, N, Hobbs and Mrs, W, M, Schooley The serving tables were beautifully decorated with an arrangement of fruits, vegetables, nuts and autumn leaves carrying out the Thanksgiving motif, A delicious pot Juck supper was served to 12 members and two Visitors, Coming gnd Going Mr, and Mrs, Pichard Puffie left last wqek for Pasadena, Tejcas, where they wilj^rnake then- home, •Mrs. poy prathor and daughter Mary Delia • of HtUe Rock are spending the weekend with Mrs, Steve Carrigan-i ^ Mrs, p, C, M^NPiU will'jeave Friday for Conway to attend meeting P| the Stale Musje ^ssn. She will fee joined Mrs, gdwin (Stewart who is at s _ v , became' effective, the Soviet ernment rejected the one-year bnn. In a statement, the Soviet Union publicly reasserted its right to go on testing until the experimental shots equalled the tola] of those fired by the United States and Britain during, the summer and fall, United States official's expressed' hope at the time, however, that the Soviet Union would in fact re- Train from firing any more nuclear tests during the Geneva negotiations, There has been, no announcement, either by the Soviet Union' or by this country,, of any actual Soviet test firings ' since Oct. 3J.' The Geneva talks were deadlocked during their first week. The Soviet Union has insisted tint on an agreement to outlaw tests, to be followed by work on an international inspection system to po lice the agreement. The two Western countries have contended thp inspection system should b'c> agreed to as the first step. Britain sought to break tho deadlock Thursday with a proposal that discussions proceed on the assumption that n Licit tost suspension already exists. Tt wns argued that this could be. extended indefinitely jf progress toward international control is made at tho Geneva ta)ks, Two Killed by Slide Ore. (AJMrfA ,1 e-ovorod with logs andjuitf'c, i rumbled down Thursdny'-on moh-cionring' an earlier slide from! n mountain logging rood, Two workmen' were caii CT ...,„.,._ killed 'by Jhe slide, "Another."wn^ buried but dug his wuy "out.°tjTliQ fourth was pelted with rocks^tfulj Boiimpu'red ly safety, t^l Tho s'lnnl slide—800 feet 'wkL A and 800, feet long '— , buried /ahdl killed ' Hfirley Norton,', SO^arfdS Peter Jacobs. 44, under ihrec«fe"et;l of -.mud und debris. , - , ''M3S Ronnlo Olman", about'30,"jumped' under' his (rnclnr. The, tractori-Vas' w,, -M 11 " 1 ? v , CI } m es ahead, here arc two beautiful dinner dresses thai could go dancinp, too Warp silk pr.nt.in muted red is used (left) for dress with rounded skirt and high curved bod.' iccrLacc shades silk satm (right) in a dress that's jeweled and embroidered in shades" from iTv d GA 0 IL C E e D CU GA CSi ! C N 0 EA D WMfSSnt™™* °' ^^ "^ dCSiff " S "" "* NjU Ka *" a «' No Republicans in Arkansas House tending the meeting in. Pock. Featured at the Assn. wil} be Roberj, Pace, head of the Piano Dept. pf University, New York. 'Ml'/-and Columbia of Pxeter, JS r . H, were guests of JVfr, and ^irs- John Hsn4olph during eeenl business trip tQ Hope, of p, a yis, y let' the WPP!? en4 flwtti9f Rlr?- V- K, ROCK (AP)— The Arkansas House of Representatives apparently will have no Republican members when it moots hero in January— for the first time fijjice J935, ,U r sua}}y U]orp are fron? one to three Republican representative's —although there have been no Republican state senators in modern times. Th? 1957 House had two Repub- Jjcans-rRep. F. A. Tengue of Car. j'Ojl Qounty and Rep, Quinton Clark of Newton County. Teague left tho Republican party Qtyer President JSisenhowur usod Vropps in (he little Rouk schoQ} crisis Jast year and ran— THE MOSCOW UN&"~' w Jth thc Pai ' is Jasl "°» openings in fuli swing, Russia gomes tip with its own show of home-grown styles in the state-run department store GUM. The evening gowns above Bre somewhat dated, py Western styje standards, HY Dl Couple Ought to Chgnc§s Are J4'c#eill Teachers §ig W a in, g{grj? apparently was defeated (or -by pemocratie was W. D,, Baker, The to l,m in (avor of VV. Dear Dorothy D'w. } am v a senior, and a diiy one bpx unre< Rtfkffjel ty lettini student, at the university in, 'my home town,- 1 have bpen dating a 'graduals? student who iives se,vor« al hundred mile? fr<irn here. We plan to, become engaged in the and will marry ,mer after we are graduated, comes irom a, largo, cianniifj jjy whiph ha^ been settled in the same town '-for gcqeratipjjs. They c} Rob to settle ther«i, tea, "}}Q marries. They lej^ mp 'jt s, the prpper thing for a you.ng . settle jo. thp '^nyn's hprop; is'^ye pey^r luear^l 'before, in,ej;s, prpspects in Rob's l.in,B wpul$ " " e jTiuch "better £oth r es}abjis,h,£4 boon accused of telling It, Now everyone ignores me — Mrs, J, R, Dear Mrs. J, it,: Trying to* conceal thu facts was a foolish 4hlng' lo do, A flury like this is bound to come uut. Too many people' ' access to the truth, it to me that as a family you have' enough big troubles, without' m'an- ufacturing little ones. In time of trouble a family should stick very burled, but - ho dug his way-""outf' • Jim Bcrgon, about 30, was ,,work't ing, when hc f saw "the slldeX-ij* 5 ^ "I.slapped JucobS'on thc'shoulclfl or-and said 'Let's go-— run.'^'S Bergen said, , * J *f-v£T • Bergen said he', Jaoobsmnd No ton began running along.the*rbaW« • "I«ran 100 yards," ho said*?/r| beards a^bls^ronr' behind"me".' F Andf •then 1 was pelted with "small! rocks, When f looked brick T was! the only one there-. The- glide had! just, missed me." V --^fJ Five hours later a crew of'm'enl found the'bodies of Jacob '''and! Norton, Killer Doesn't Core About Girl Friend ^ LINCOLN, Neb. 0\P>, Charles Starkweather doesn't car« whether his ex-swetft^ heart Caril Ann Fuat Uves'"b cues. , du.se together, your relatives. impress this on Dear Dorothy Pix; Last summer I met a very charming young man and we hod several dutes. Kvery time he came to see me he brought an expensive gUt. Mother and J both objected but he; wos no persuasive that I kept tlK'in. Last week I found out he is man ied, A friend learned about his marriage from someone in his home town and, vyhen t u&kud him point blank, he ad- nutted it. Fortunately my emo* ticins weren't involved too much. j; guess my pride ib hurt worse Uwn my heart, The problem that faces me is: what to do with But testimony of the ,-10-yoalv pld, hlrnsoHf condemned to '"deatliH, stood, today as the most, damagingi to dale against-Carll, \r,,> charged with first-'cjogreo murder' 1 on|the identical counts on \vhich Stark", weather was convicted, - x i «'---?**& Starkeatlhor completed a fdroV* moH/, f,,,,, s „ J "f «V /TitJiic two-acy appGarnjice-'^ats ariJ's trinl Thursday. ' those- — No Gold IX' a r Girl: Re-turn them, Who to keep unhappy alive? expected to rest thfifr, c'f today aftoj introduction of-a-sli mont, taken from Canl after- ,,_,. v capture,. It? , contents hav^npt] previously been divulged'. T ^ Starkweather pictured \. his willing Mccomplice on a spree last January, "' Uisowneci PS "a ,Ws earlier .„. which portrayed her as ian ing helper. We Jie-d to protout the i said. in fact, he related, some, ho told were fabricated joi Caril- and himself whiteVjhey,; Jived together for several days* •$ Caril's home after Starkweaitilf killed Ihree membqrs of SarAl family. ' f "'^ , Caril L?'charged with :• Dorothy Dix; my friendb, even my chum, think i should like iiorjj than I do, go out on date's, olc. I'm not interested, i'm gpiiifi '.o, be a fashion designer and ny free Un»e studying and ng about fashions, { nyver even ,,,.,, , , hjl)k °* boys and so my Wends j town in tact, he's Leen at-1 think' |'m .balmy,, AH the other tending school for several gud bys no iriends back homo. Is it npct'Shary for us t« comply with his family's wishes und Jive a town we both dislike? 'fhis de» hits bt'en the only flaw m our !»Vtiti: You bolong where- ever pvb has the bust uhauee of rnaking u good living at whut ht Wants to do. You can adjust your social hfe »nyivhc l J,'JB, 'Mpife- the 'decision tan'Jy, Don't jje inf{upnce<} p fact that you want to stay yaur iaoijJy and -QUr i rii?nds s 8fp wvi'*"i-- things than living among m-laws, Thuy jiayd won to l)p han,dy, j»t tini.es, bruthpr W8S vcccntly for elcnftm .mgsntljs^ b.f»? Ijtw .dQtyly hurt ' ' are AO boy cra#y they barely inaltc passing grades. Mother agre* us that I have time- J'ra 14,"at« tractive and would have i>9 tvou getting dates if I yvanted them .shooting yj- Jiobc-rt K~,.«.v, U " nctt Neb, schoolboy. J9oson j| pf Stark'woather's 11 victims. MINK'S IYlATTRpS§ Vtsra. While a girl who isu'f interested, jn bpys Of datys is odd unougj^ IQ she's nq$ quepp p create a commotion. force anything. all ar«. And goocl luck; |n, the for Little Cers .fiujej v er$ s<a.fl>' tw,^"^ ^r^fK'iR s.ojaifja^n^wp'v^a! i/ltl . v M.l^lrtnrT Tf 1AI t, - ~x . ,??.[',**•* . .,,_ . . ^^ -,-,,-.,.». ,«» . , w»s. wp> -, Sefidi^i W i mink islhe by-produ9t'0|i " lactoyy's manufacture qf j §wal! sticks. The Haywr- Products Co,, tjses \yhite p}8«e swab sticks and " 'a. lot gt shgvings loJt a flilnit rancher tried the 85 feeding for his mink,; wood company has nji fop mink, bedding th."!}' machines' car prpduce'. t planning to install i (,o turn out rate's , for the, and Jp ' ' ijiat ^he hsve spec^Uy tus a' his' i| » v ifcvts

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