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Hope, Arkansas
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.Wadhmfrfr Member 13,19SI HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS fag! TY Ph6fi« ?«34S1 I AiM, ana C alendar Nevifflbep 13 the Sprihg Hill PtA will meet Thursday at ?:30 p.m. ih the High School atidltofHim. All par' 6nts are Urged to allehd. The Guernsey PTA will meet Thursday, Nov. 13 at 2:30 p.m. ih the High School auditorium. 5XQ > Executive Committee will meet at 2 p.m. All members are Urged to .be present. The Baker Ht) Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 13 at 7;30 p.m. at the home of Mi's. j. W. White. All members are .urged to attend. The study class of the First M'ethodist Church will meet on Thursday, Nov. 13 at 1130 p.m. In tbf church for the third session. Friday, November 14 The Jr.-Sr. PTA Study Group Will meet at the Home Economic Cottage Friday, NoV, 14 at 10 a.m. Julius Adams, principal, will speak on the subject "A Changing Curriculum for a Changing World." Hope Council of Garden Club Will meet Friday at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs, Billy Dan Jones, 2fn Pinecrest Street. Masterpint Night of T,Vie Hope Duplicate Bridge Club Held Master-point Night of the Hope Duplicate Bridge Club was held oh Nov. 10 at the Diamond Cafe. Winners for the evening were: F.irst place, M'rs. A. K. Holloway and Mrs. J. M. Duffie; second place, Mr; and Mrs. Bill McCallan of Camden; third place, Mrs. Syd McMalh and Sidney McMath Jr,&; f$jjrth place, Mrs. John Hatley and R. L. Broach. " The public is reminded that Monday, Nov. 17 the city championship night for the local duplicate bridge club. ing the Christmas session Mrs. M. O. tfyler Sr. led a discussion on the united Nations entitled "Decade of Human Mights" and Miss Mary Ahiia Laseter gave all inspiring devotional "Ohe Day At A Time," The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer. The hostess served pie ahd coffee to the nine members present. Coming and Going 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Han-ell returned home Monday night from Helena, Okla. and SeVery, Kah., where they have been visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Phillips and their niece, Mrs. Leo Hartsfield returned home Monday atler five days spent in Denton, Tex., and Hobbs, N. M. in Denton they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williamson and son, Randy, in Hobbs they Were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. John Newberry and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hearue. 'M'r. and Mrs. Edgar Lcverelt have returned from Springfield, Mo., where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Horn and son, Barry. , Mrs. Bill Wray Hostess to -Wesleyan Service Guild No. 2 Wesleyan Service Guild No. met in the home of Mrs. Bill Wray M'onday, Nov, 10 at 7:30 Mary Louise Copeland, chairman presided during the business session at which time reports were heard from the various committee chairmen. Mrs. Hinton Davis was elected to serve the unexpired term of vice president, made vacant by Mrs, W, H, Schidler, who recently moved to Louisiana. Mrs. Bill Wray accepted the (position of membership chairman and Mrs, Denver I>Kkinson, Spiritual Life chairman. "The group voted to bring a gift of money to the December meeting to be used as a love gill dur No Nagging Backache Meansa Good Nighfs Sleep \Ns«ffinff Imckfiche, hendnchc, or miisou- J.V nchos anil iwlns nw como on with ovei-'CXci tion, emotional ti|>.sulg or diiy to day stress nml stiain, And folks who cirt anil drink unwisely sometimes suffer mild bladder ii'ilUition,,,wHh that restless, uncomfoi table feeling. U you aio mtsrinhlo sml worn out be- cauBoof these discomforts, Bonn's Pills often he))) by their iwin jeliuvjnjt action, by their spothins effect to ease bladdci irritation, amj by their mlltl dluiello action thiough the Kidneys—tending to increnhc the output of the J5 miles of kidney tubes. So if nagcins backache makes you feel draggcd-out, miserable, with restless, sleepless nights, don't wait, try Bonn's Tills, Bet the same happy lelicf millions hive enjoyed for over (SO years. Ask for Jiw, liugc, economy size and stive money, get Bonn's fills today I fQK BQYS DRIZZLER Mi's. B. C. Hyatt attended the AE'A meeting in Little Rock Thursday and Friday and while there she also visited her 'brother Stuart Spragins and her son, Dr. Ben- lamin Hyatt. They were joined by another son, Rev. Bob Hyatt of Augusta, Ark. on Saturday. Besides attending the football games on Friday and Saturday in Conway and Little Rock, Mrs. Hyatt also enjoyed the presentation of "South Pacific" in Todd-A-O and attended "Auntie Mame" at Robertson Auditorium on Saturday night. Eldridge Formby and Raymond Johnson are local candidates for degrees in the fall class of Scottish Rite Masons being conducted in Little Rock this weekend. A- Jnong the 2,000 Arkansas Masons to register Monday for the annual College Tells ALC 3,500 to Enroll by '61 LITTLE MOCK (AP)—Arkansas Stale College expects ah enrollment of more than 3,500 sludeilts by 1961, the slate Legislative -oufieil was tol d at its budget hearing today. Cut'fchl ehrollmehl S about 2.750, The Couhcil Was Considering rfr quest for a heavy increase Ih dp 1 - proptiations for the college, Arkansas State's regular budget called for a total appropriation oil 1750,000, the same as the current igure. tint a supplemental r'C' quest boosted the salary appropri* lion alone to $2,435,000. This latter figure Includes salaries no\v paid from the school's cash fund—income derived from tuition, athletic receipts and othw sources. Some Council members were as« lohished al the supplemental re-, quest, despite an explanation that the school did not really expect to obtain the additional funds. Dr. Carl Rciig. president of Arkansas State, told the Council the school now has about 2,000 full time students and 750 part time students—about 1,000 more thart any other state college. Reng said teacher turnover is about 20 per cent annually. The Stgpmether Finds She's Stepped On bear Dorothy Bis: ! , ~~ T~ My sislcr's husband died, lenvihg bul the trouble Is they can'l. Wfich her a good home and nice income. She remarried, her second htisbahd being a Widower With no ftioriey) but lots of children. My sister took them all into her home and gave them eVefy advantage. What's her reward 1 ' She's treated more like a housekeeper than a wife add tfio* Iher — fieulah, 'Boar Beulah: Your sister should have been more careful in her marriage i she should have won fall reunion at the Albert Pike Memorial Temple were Harry Shiver, George Lambert, Dewey Baber and Ted Maryman. Hospital Notes Brandh Admitted: Hope. Mrs. M. >L. Bright, Discharged: Ansley Gilbert Hope Jack Walton, Patmos; Mrs. C. G. Tittle, Hope; Mrs. L'. C, M'artin and baby boy, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hale announce the arrival of a baby girl, born Nov. 11, 1958. Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Mary Hamm, Hope; .Mrs. Tom Anderson, Hope; Mrs., J. W. Kramer, Rt. 3, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. C. P. Tolloson Hope; Arthur Holland, Saratoga; Jesse Morris, Hope; Mrs, Irby Maroon, Dallas; Earnest Duffie, Rt, 3, Hope. the children's respect and lion, if not their love, the father of the brood certainly should iibl tolerate disrespectful treatment of his wife and should show appreciation for what she is doing for the family. We should set the example for the youngsters Id fpl* low. Apparently ho has what lid wanted • — a safe home aiid good care for his family at no cost to himself. \Ve finish a d«hce we are not ohiy embarrassed but hnvc backaches is there ahy wny We enti stiggesl tactfully that they take dttneing lessons? — T"\vd Mtiskett&fs. bear T. M,« Find out where they arc giving lessons -tft yoiir com* rmthity — tHe "V," for IHslnHee. Next time the boys take you to fl dance, fib graciously and tell them you alt need dancing lessons, and you know just where to tot them, Dear Dorothy Dix; Is it unladylike for a woman to whistle? 1 am 70 plus and like to Whistle when I feel like it. My brother-in-law scrowls at me In disgust and tells me whistling is for men only. What do you think? — M. J. D. Dear M. J. D.: Whistling Is for anyone who is cheerful and can do it. Many things were once considered unladylike. In fact, the very word itself is obsolete so whistle to your heart's content — and I wish I could hear you. Dear Dorothy Dix: Our boy friends like to dance budget request asked for higher, salaries for most faculty mem bers. The school president requested that his own pay be increased from $10,000 to $15,000 a year and that 24 other teachers be raised to $10,000 or more. For the Beebe branch of the college, the -budget request was set at $65,000 a year—about $10,000 less than was asked two years ago. Three other colleges yesterday presented budgets seeking about twice as much money as they get now. THE COUNCIL, ETC., pick up 2nd graf LR7 pvs. Dear Dorothy fil.k: I'm in love with a sailor who is stationed here. Before we dated he was rather wild ibul nmv he's as quiet as a puppy, However, he's been tolling small lies, and a friend of mine has scon him in a tavern through he promised me he Would not drink. Should 1 stop dating him and live with ii ,brokcn heart, or take my chances on his liquor and the possibility for some ha topi, ness? — My i-a Dear Myi'a: Either way you'll have a heart concussion. If you break off however, your heart will be only slightly fractured and-will recover. Your sailor put on an act of reformation which apparently wasn't very permanent. So why prolong the agony? Public Meeting Ftdffi Page 8fl§ Hays (D~-Ark)i fl racial moderate in the gCHe'riil clccllfcn, lold newsmen beftfrg the session beaan thru his would hoi resign. the othef' members of board have discussed a possible Mass resignation td escribe from their ittlejraliort "hot soaU" Alford alsti declrti-cd he was oil' posed Id rifty fslnti of buying tip the remaining 19 months of School Supt. Virgil Blossom's contract. Both the school board and Blossom have been under heavjc ties from segregnlitmisls since Uie dilution of the integration dispute here. Blossom is considered the 1 ntehlleel of the city's grodunt Integration plan, hnd most of the board members have backed him o the hllt( since the racial controversy began last full. "1 nm Hot concerned with whether the oilier members of the board are resigning or not resigning," Alford said. "I am not resigning but intend to servo out my term." Me added! •"However', 1 am sUrohgly opposed to buying up tlu- contract of Virgil Blossom and will o|>|>ose any resolution to that effect." There hnd been reports Unit the joard might discuss such n con- raet tJiirchitse. Blossom's snhiry s $1,100 n month. If the majority of Hie board ncntbcrs resigned, what- would np|ion to the community's chools? Who would opoi-nto them? And how could yesterday's Integra- Russellvllle Man Dies Duck Hunting Af k.v Keith fi. Cogswell Sr,, a prorhlhctit faisscllvlllc bu*lhe$sfrtfltt, died of p heart ntlnck today White oft rt duck hunting Ifip nt Nlttlrcft! Lrikc hcnr Plnihvlew, Jtc was 6fi, . Cogswell was owner and rhnh- figer of Ute Frird Motor Co, here. lion edle! frorrl the Eighth U, S, Circuit Court of Appeals be carried enilj? tte foitit l!»8 eolhpahjr taf ttiote thflft 89 d Jtoflti He wfls president bf the Pojp^ unit Bf the Uaftfahelie Bnrri Assfi, Sucvivors Include the widow ana n son, nnd ,a dfttighter/ „ , the first earlcnid"df apples from ficnlon county fn Jg8?, ' Tlje first dfifltjart" , of .b'rolJef J was shipped Irofn Sprlngdale In i&ao. SAENGER TONiTE & Thursdoy 6:30 . 0:30 ff TEN THOUSAND GIRLS, . > '" I" W* Mw ' NiiM by hm M, film MIMM Ci HER DREAM EVERY NI6NT! depend on it...for•- fashions... for the home ...you always get < Supporting FARM-CITY WEEK Nov. 17-22 from every dollar you spend at Penney's! SUPPORTING FARM-CITY WEEK . . . NOV. 17-22 ENNEYlS you always get from every dollar you spend at Peimey's! MORE STYLE! SELECTION! GOING ON AT .« 1 J /"» t " 1 f Tomorrow! Th?4fl||f||,Sf lection Eyer to Be Offered ! ! 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