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f Btttmliir I, 19SI HO PI STAR, MOM, A t K A N S A § P«9§ fttfll IETY Ph6B8'?«S45! litftiett i AiM. and 4 P.M. Wbsleyan Service Guild No. 2 will meet Monday, bee. 8 at ?;SO {i.fK. IH the home of Miss Mary" Louise Copelahd. a.tti.i See. JO. Mope Lions club will entertain tlidir Wives at ah annual GhHstrhaS yarty Monday, Dee, s at I-M p- fti. at the Diamond cafe. Every' i(^d bHiii* a gift, one dollar til to be exchanged. Paisley PtA will meet Wednesday al 3 p.m. in the school audu tot-lum. State Expected Tuesday) the friendship Class of the First Baptist ' Church will have a Christmas iDihher party, Dec. 9 af the private dining room of the Diamond Cafe at 1 p. m. Members who can not attend please contact your group captain. •jtirookwood PTA executive com* riiitlee will meet at 2 p. m. Tues- day'i Dec. 9 at the school. The Jett B. Graves Class of the First Methodist Church will have a Christmas dinner at White's Cafe in Fulton on Tuesday, December 9 at 7 p. in. Gifts valued at ?1,00 will be exchanged. Ample transportation, will be available, and the group will leave from the church at G;30 p. m. 'Practical Nurses will meet Tuesday, Dec. 9 at 7:30 p. m. in courtroom of City Hall to elect their naw officers for 1959. ".The Fidelis class of First Methodist Church will have their annual Christmas party Tuesday, Dec. 9 ISach member is to bring a $1.00 gift .for exchange. _ , „, Garden .Club will meet at ' -Mrs. K. JL. c-oshell's piano pupils will give a progratu for their par^ ents and friends in the Junior High Auditorium .Wednesday. Cec, 10 at 4 p.m. Garland PTA will meet Wodncs» day at 3 p.m. Kev, Mufus Son-oils Will bo gtiost speaker. The executive committee will meet at 2:30. Thursday, Decembec 11 Mope Council of Garden Clubs will present First Holiday Homes Pilgrimage, theme, "Through The Ages," Dec. 14 from 2 to 8 p.m. The Jr.-fir. PTA will meet Thill's* day, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. at Junior High School. Friday. December 1g Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 will have it's annual Christmas dinner at the Diamond Cafe, Friday, Dec, 12 at 7 o'clock. All members are reminded to bring love offering for Norcne Hob- ken. ' The Leslie Htiddleston Post No. •12 of American Legion and Auxiliary will hold their annual joint meeting Friday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in the old Elk Hall. Special 'music and a guest speaker has been planned. The ladies arc asked (to bring salads and desserts 'for the luncheon, Notice The Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 , of the Methodist church will not e Diamond Cafe Tuesday, Dec. mcct £or lhe regular meeting Mon- H.,. 8 . 1 , o'c} 0 ^, *°r their annual <jay n igj, t , Dec. 8. There will be a dinner meeting Friday, Dec. 12. Christmas luncheon. MrS. Billy (Dan Jones and Mrs. Wade Benefield will toe hostesses. .Wednesday, Decmeber 10 Brookwood PTA will meet at 3 o'clock in the school auditorium. Dr. John McClanahan will be guest speaker. The film of "The Brook« pod May Day Festival will also 2. shown. All parents are invited to"attchd. Tho Friday Music Club luncheon that was scheduled for Dec. 13 has toeen canceled. The Jr,-Sr. PTA executive committee will meet at the'High School jn Mr. Jones office Wednesday at SAENGER. HURRY-HURRY LAST NITE 6:30 - 8:30 XADLES HENRI /T'-L ^ BOYER WDJtSti.llfei /^IU>"- TKHNicoiom,. , / 'fS-ff^ »—•• U«TEP ARTISTS CWP Tuesday Only TWIN HORROR SHOW Miss Leans Ridgdill Honored With Surprise Bridal Shower Miss Loona Ridfidill was .'surprised with a miscellaneous bridal shower on Dec. 4 in the home of 'Mrs, Bryan Clark. Co - hostesses were Mrs, Dwight Ridgdill, Mrs. •Wade Warren, Mrs. Ted Purtle, 'Mrs. Lyle Allen and -Mrs. Tom 'Duckett. Miss Ridgdill, who wore an aqua wool sheath dress, .was given a .clever corsage of tiny Christmas tree ornaments, Corsages of nan- idina berries were given to.her mother, Mrs. Ernest Ridgdill and to her fiance's mother, Mrs. John H, Kauffman, Seasonal decorations were used in the Clark home. The dining table was covered with white lace over a background of red and centered with .'an aransement of red pyracanthe.a berries and red candles. An attractive shadosv box in the living room was even lined in red. -.Carries were enjoyed by guests .and winners received clever prizes, The final game was won by the honoree and she was presented her many beautiful gifts, The hostesses served coffee, cold drinks and German chocolate cake to the 22 .present,' Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs, Tryman Hollis, Patmos; 'Mrs. Dellon Clark, Hope; 'Mrs, Bess Beauchamp, Blevins; 'Steve Walden, Fulton; 'Mrs. Emma Rogers, Hope; C, H,' Brooks, Hope (Mrs, J, S, A mm on s, Hope; Mrs. James MeCorklc, Sheridan; 'M'ike Pedick, Steele, N.O.; Mrs. Edith Walker, Penver, Colo, Disc,harg e d! Virginia Sue Hamp- Jpn, Hope; Leon Trcmpkijis, Rt. 1 Hope; Mrs, lE. M. Rucker, Hope; (Mrs. Bess Beauchamps, Blovins; Mrs, Tryman Ho|lis, Patmos; Mrs, J, L, Ammons, Hope; Steve Waidon, Fulton. Mr. and, Mrs, James MeCorkle of Sheridan announce the arrival of,a baby girl, born. Dec. 7> 1958, 'Admitted! E. J, Juris, Rt, 2 Rosston; Mrs, p, A. Campbell, Rt, 2 IHopei Mrs. Roy Thrash, Hope; gyjian'tin Gutihric, Hope; Johnnie iRosenbaum, CoUirrfbus; Mrs. Frank O'Rorise, 'Rt, 4 Hope; Owen Neal, Rt, g Hope; tf4'rs. John JVJsHhows, Hope; MePae Cox, Hope; Mrs, Wallace Bagwell, flope; Earnest ipuffi? Rt. 3 HOP?- Si§Sl>irg«(i! PF- W. R, Alexan* der, Hope; Willis Hones, RU 3, Hope; Mrs. J. W. Kramer and <ba.b,y boy, Rt. 3 H°pe; Mr§- Her/y Yolentine, liope; Mi'5- Nolen Caud> )e ancj baby gill, podcawj C. p. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS Ysu san't affsrri- ts miss. MNEU'S iiAUTY SHOP Wsst Ays« I F:tl-'Z Z Y ^•>"* *-^r ^.'^•*' / tT *fjet' f> Coming to the »-'A .•• k?i ** m Q J6;-^ fsii plains Jo fo&w York today and subzero cold gripped miich of the Upper Mississippi Valley. Uswcgo, N.V., Had a record one- day showfail of 33 ineilcs— far exceeding thd previous 24-hoiu mark of 19,1 inches Ih 1900. theie waa a 44-inch U'hilc snow burden which immobilized the city, the heavy fall isolated ahd paralyzed a Section of Upstate New Vork. Schools w,ci'e closed Ihrdtlghotll the upstate NeW Vork area, and roads were drift-blocked by the record accumulation. The deepest show ever accumulated before was 35 inches measured l^ob. D, 1912. Pulaskl, N.V., lind n 24-hour full of IS inches, bringing the ground cover to 24 inches. Winds of yo to 40 iii.p.h. off Lakes Erie and Ontario whipped up high drifts. At Maschn. N. Y., on the St. Lawrence Seaway, ?oro weather thickened ice. and woi'knwi strove to clear sis ships of the locks before the leu closed the lakes navigation season ahead of tonight's deadline. Thick snow descended over parts of seven other sUiUvi from th<! Iowa • Nebraska border through southern portions of Wisconsin and Michigan and northern sections of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. The storm deposited 4 to 7 inches over this area. At Midway Airport in Chicago. the white carpet wns 5 inches thick at 9 a.m., and the ceiling was cut to 500 feel by falling snow which sharply restricted ground. visibility. Up to that time, planes continued to arrive and depart, but there were delays of cnveral minutes in schedules. At O'Hare Airport, Chicago, there were 4 inches. The subzero cold extended in early morning from Montana aii_'{ Wyoming to Iowa, Wisconsin ami* northern Michigan. Mil°s City. Mq.rrt., had a 20-bc- low-zerD leadins. it was H2 below at International, Falls. Minn., which shares the nalion',s winter ice box reputation w'nt'h Cut Bank, Mont. Lemmon, S.D.. had 17 below. The lower teen Itmperaturos extended southward into the Tennessee and Carolina mountains, and finger-stiffening 20s &f£lict'»d OVM\ the mid portions of the Gulf States. For contrast, Miami, Fla.. had a low 'reading of 77 early today. In !he Southwest, (he tempera- lure rose into the 60s and 70s after a cool night, with afternoon 80s the desert region fare. Some cooling •;p''er.d into the Northwest, scattering rain over parts of Washington and Oregon. Some rt-in sprinkles reached inland to Salt Lake CU.y, and the pattern developed snow .flurries in the Idaho; Farewell Party for Indiscrete Minister OAKLAND, Calif., CAP)— About 300 'parishioners attended a farewell party Sunday for a pastor who admitted a "moment of indiscretion" that resulted in his being the victim in a sex extortion plot. The Rev, Dr. Ronald K, Adams reported the incident to police Oct. 21 and resigned as pastor' of Oakland's First Baptist Church, A pros1.ituie pleaded guilty to Jurins the ir>;>i>,sic'.' into her ocd where th^y wu'.'j trapped by her husband ami another man. Al! three have pleaded guilty to trying to jxtovt money from Di, Adams. At his side, a<s the churuh roum- oc-rs fili'd by, warn his wifi j and three nhll-hx-n. The reception was held in lha home of Normim Orcen, ehairnvm of the sihurch executive board, Dr. Adams ciid not say what pic-ins he has lor the fuiun- Escapee Captured Near Little Rock LITTLE; ROCK CAP) — Koin'tt Dais JUorrifi, SI), who osc.jpid Irom a prison work del'ill ni-ar (Scalt Saturday, has been apprehended and aHui'iiuU to Tucker Prison Farm, He had IJPPII the object of a widepsread search bcfurc 1 nn officer caught him at nearby Rose City early yv-wrda;/, State Trooper Cecil BrnkebiU, who made the arrest, s'aid that he tound jVJoi'i'H using a public telephone booth an a sidewalk. Hi sajd Morris .surrenduvud without resistance. The youth, who had entered prison about a month acio to sUut a live-year term for robbery, es< eappd from a deUul worK'ina a* the old State Uospjtal Dairy farm, Officers i'iiiq a|tor the • escape Morris entered the home of J, \V. Mayo, who lives near tlje farm. They said, $60 and some clothing was stolen from the rctiuenpe and most of the nioiu-y was recovered. jy§T A Dullci In Hospital When snow flurries fly, southwest African Persian lamb provides a cMc answer to cold weather. Walking length jacket (left) is detailed and buttoned in black velvet (or added touch of luxury, Coat In three-quarter Iciifflh (right) has shaped sleeves and rolled collar on simple, straight body lines. Either coat could (ill many roles In a wardrobe.—By GAILE DUGAS NEA Women's Editor. Tapered pants in a paisley print, Conq corduroy are ideal for cveiiing-s at home during the holidays. This girl teams pants with top in a solid color and adds rope of beads just for fun. Pants are contoured for. perfect fit. — By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Women's Editor. * DOUBLE TIME—The watch in the right photo indicate* the Strange tinie of 16 minutes past S}\hours. It's a special tjipe piece comnqemoruting the entry of Alaska into the Union, Since" sojne days have 19 hours of light and sqme nights 18 hours of darkness in the new s,lato, the watch 1 lets Alaskans easily distinguish between A.M. and P.M..The conventional 1*12 numerals, left, are transformed in(o 13*g4, right, by an maligally regulated mainspring, •OROTHY: No Freeloader Uicense Given By Travel Pass , In4. (W) -T Sheriff's ^ w trftufeJe finjliug the five ^oyths wlp hgd been swiping gasoline from, j?gui jer.neg^n's farm tank., T ; xe ej?35perQte4 farm- <?r finally had Xjlje4 hi?" }anl< with. water, and the thieves were arrestt eci Dear porothy Dix: Don't you think it would be a good idea if airlines, railroads and bus' companies quit issuing passes? These free-loading travel' ers are encouraged to drop in on friends and relatives unexpectedly. It would be belter to have them pa^ some fare, even jf ro- duce4 SQ they couldn't travel so otlen. A cousin of ours works fo an airline, gets tickets for her family and friends, then visits us for free food and entertainment, This i§ bad enpugh but we must pick her up'at the airport and return her there. We're 20 rnilcs from the airport and sornetirncs OTUSt spepdl hours waiting. J know othop people have the same prob- ]eni. When they arfjvc they sjjy they'll help with the work. Big Jgke, Maybe they wipe a dish or pjck up a to\vel 'but that's all. \yh_at, can^we do? r- Olive.. p,ear Qttv$: The answer n$$ in a vpry sijTIPla scntenep: '<rm sur- ry ^14 I'm, \ir$d, iick. frs-ivs a can't havp you this Dont ^«gges v t taking pass«s ^-ay jffom -people whose 4 bu^gu^s cjont pBiapiJi travel way soine' |ar$tjJ4ps c- iree policy by transportation companies, vVAgftf tftfToM of Slatt Jrihrt Foster tSulfcs is hos- {)ltnll*cd vvilh nn ifttestlhril all mew. Hut his doctors Shy Ihry find t\c Cvldon.-e ol n rccurHHict! of tatted-, fhu Slrtte bepnHmcht inid Dulles, 70, «MS lii satisfactory eondl- lion ,H Wji'fr lleert Army HiMpi- Ifll, trndDrftoiiM trentrnoftt fo» iin Ihftnmh'inlwy condition rf tine lew ur colon, Ula lemperdturt' was ic* ported tiorrhul, The d'A'tnry fintiln.i Unit Ho thn- ct'r WflS IHvMhud was iL'piirlbd by lht ( depKrhndhi Sultirrtny iilyhi, when it dlsiku.'J cot- tlio rtrst lime that Dtiilus lind ciUcrvd the luiu- pilal 2-1 noil j enillL'r A I'liiwri i.j. section of ibullcs ttitcsllncti \vaS remov.'d at Walter Ueed two years mlfUsldrs, 1 ' Kcv. Herbert Mcxn, a 1'resb.V' tdi'lnn minister iiitd one of the originators of the petition-,., said, "We bolleve brninwasnintf Is u good Chrisllnn doctrine. I'll quote from the liible: 'Let this mind ho ill you, which wns iilfio 111 Jesus Christ." That's In Phlllpplann, sou- one! chapter, fifth Verse." .Another inL'mbcr of the group, Mrs. Albert Bull, said she knew of no NAACP woik Ih Houston. Biilfft'l remsm m 4ftt .Roi&itai sevi Wnl Aftt fof Ir&tfMftl, bul olfi» Sftld '* ing ftf tHe"Noftfi' Atlflfttitf Cotihdll. • m n tfltily salon w'fnd*ow*heP(ii, "W8 , \vlll cut, curl and UyeJor yoti," XMAS SHOPPING? Per Accessories ,Hiot are BeduHftil'-arid "BOUNb TO PLEASE" ' Shop ' • The Fashion Shoppd 112 9,'.Main- .' M850 ANNOUNCING Mrs. Mlke!(Je'an) Schheiker has joined &ur-stoff and would> like to Invite her her at Group Protests Faubus' Appearance HOUSTON, Tex. (API—A group of 12 ministers and laymen who drew up n ootiiion indirectly critical of Gov. Orval K. l^'nubus' scheduled appeotntice hero has brushed off the governor's comment that they wore "bivun- wnslied." tLast.. : iwcek the group prepared a | petition .sayiri({ "Wu .do not waiit' another LiJUo HocU here." Faubus is scheduled to speak Saturday night under sponsorship oi tho Sons of tiio Amcricdti Revolution. His subject will bo states rights, The governor commented during the weekend that he considered Ihe petition the "work n[ (ho NAACP and a few brainwashed We will -always remember with deop appreciation the kindness and sympathy extended to us, „ ", tivc and popular. I'm engaged to a man 47, .whom I love very much, He used to drink haibitually but h;ts promised that he'll stop. My parents and family are all opposed to this marriage and feel I'd be making a mistake. And I am very active in my church while he is not of my faith. Will love overcome these obstacles? — Enid. Dear' Enid: If you arc Cool enough to take this innn for <i husband, all the angels in tho heavenly choir won't' save you from disaster, The age difference isn't the biggest obstacle. No man who has been a drinker for most of his 47 years is going to reform for a silly girl. And nothing is worse than being the wife of a drunkard. iDear Dorothy Dix; I'm 13 and president of a junior church choir group whose members arc 10 to 15 years old. Our meetings are getting worse and worse; mcrribersliip is decreasing, .interest failing and no one will offer a suggestion when asked, All we do is read a passage from the Bible, read the minutes and s«y a _ prayer. How can we improve our meetings? —* Sunny, Pear Sunny; The major problem is that you rjecd the loader- ghip of an adult. Ask some socially minded mother to net as moderator ancj have her recommend a now form for your meetings, in a group this young, no one has at- > taioed an air of authority tliat will make the meeting work smoothly. I DIANt'S BEAUTY SALON 204 S. MAIN PR 7-3118 The A, V. Orr Family aim double your greetings BeT) ttianfc you twice a% much for,this handsome, hearty gift' i'iel by Alfred Dunhill, Man-sized spiral bottles of After Shave' '•nd Cologne, attractively packaged, for zestful gift-giving! Set of Z 02. bottles™ Set of 4 oz, bottles... Set ol 8 oz, bottles,.. • U PftlCCS ri.US f ID. IM * PCI IU5 AVAILABLE. I?<3'>^»^il^»iSl^ia>iai9|3'i2'i3(»tS'<9i&iS)2ia»lir 1 >T>l3iE'l'Ji&'.7.1 t (Sai2l3i^ 2 'Pear Dorothy j After Renee and I had j,'ppe steady for a year. I remvecl a loy.er from her, with my ring, saying her folks would not fermji hur to see me any more. I've called liifr father and asked him, to reconsider; he said "110," We live, across the street from egcli othojV s^ Hi vejy hard to keep wanting to see her, knowing } eaf t. She's. 17, {'m 20. We wW to ''get rrtarried apcl J don't thinjf 17' }s too young, The imporinnji thrrfg it> that two people love ea,c,rj othaf, — ftpymond. Pear Raymond: The caiencja of divprce courts are crowded wi crfs^s Between two peopje w wafri,cd unwisely an^ too yoyng bpc^ysq they, too, thought tii^i w^s, enough, ftenet'g payqnte undf^Qtedly kee^^ymi gpart ,e^e tljpy feel you I S. A'- Esjqioncl \fisn, Hope; Si, W^ev, Hope; We Qw, Hopej '.<;*/ -.» NOW IN PROGRESS Foster's Shoe Store PRE - CHRISTMAS HALF ~ PRICE On All Mcd, and High Heel SUEDE SHOES 5,95 to 12,9$ Yaluei > Frgm fh§§e well 'known • f t • f • RED CROSS CQBBJES CONNJ'IS COBSLiR'S PARIS FA1H ION PRICE ., AJi §j;es 6wt Not Jn tyle

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