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-v » ', Dtetmlip, W, H8PI ITAii HOM, AKKANSAS Phene M451 letween I A.M. and 4 P.M. Calendar <3gie}by- Pf A will meet I'mits* day;,; ;Be-e, is at list) p.m. in ihe ! 'auditorium, %e students will tire* [seftt a v t!hMstm(is story, The ekecu* fetlVe fhfcetihg will fee at 2:30, 'The 'Harmony Bible elasg bf Fifst Christiah Chlffch will have theif Cliristfrias dinner al the iDiainond daft! Thursday, dec, 18 at ? p, rri, Gifts valued al $1.00 Will be e.v changed, Hope Chapter No, 328 Order of ihe Eastern Staf Will hold its ieg« Ular meeting Thursday*, Bed 1? at ^130,15,'lti. following the rneeU itig Bur annual Christmas fjflfly be held and e&ch triemfcrer is asked Id bfifig a $1.06 fill lot The ahhuai Christmas play of the Patmos School will 'be presented Thursday,- Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. in the School auditorium. This will lake the iplace of the regular PTA rheeting lot' December. All members and frfehds are Invited. TONITE 4:30-1:30 iAENGEI HORROR BEYOND WORDS THUMDM*IM9 OUT QP UMKMQWM f If/If • THE FLYINO 'MONSTER s\ r\ /^ I One Day Only V* t < i ' f ~;. Evening . . 8:00 THE COMEDY STAR OF 100 MOVIES FIRST PERSONAL APPEARANCE TOUR IN OVER 10 YEARS Also appearing weekly as Blister Crabbe's Comedy Star in the filmed T.V. Show: - l "Captain Gallant" of the ; , French Foreign Legion., On* of America's truly great entertainers -known and loved by millions from coast to coast 1U$! estern Jamboi-ee J 2 r pf,Fuzzy's Latest Westerns Fuzzy Knight •. Y L I BILL ELLIOTT f t R>!i>," :. i /:Terror ^: >-.-•••/.; A;,--, -• ,-- WHIP WILSON "Night Raiders" v . 60c- - Children , . 25e 19 There \Vill bo a formal dance lor" the freshman ahd sophomore classes of Mope Migh School at the Wope Country Clwb on Friday. Dec. 19, from 8! 30 to 11 p. m. Hosts and hostesses are: Mr. ahd Mrs. j, W. Franks, Mr, and Mrs. Binford McRae, Mr, and Mrs. ttchiy Seamalls and JVlr, and Mrs. Kelly firyanl, becember 19 >A Christmas program entitled "The flethlehem Story 1 ' will be presented . Friday, Oec, 19 at 7:30 i>.m. nt the First Pentecostal Church. The public is invited. Saturday, December 20 All 7th and 8th grade students are Invited to a Christmas dance at the Hope Country Club Saturday, Dee, 20 at 7i30 p.m. until lOlOO pan. Chaperones -are Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Cox and Mr. and Mrs. .Fred Ellis. Victory 4-H Held Annual Meeting The Victory 4-H Cluto hold It's annual meeting Dec. 11 al 8 p.m. The 'president, James Ctiimmings called the meeting, to order. Mari shall McCorkle led the pledge to the American flag and Barbara 'Barrong led the pledge to the 44i flag. Cynthia Harrison read the Clirist- •mas Story from the Bible. Barbara -Barrens, Marshall McCorkle, Martha Gilbert, 'Mike Samuels and Peggy Hampton gave the customs of other countries at Christmas time. Javana Goad pantomimed. Three games were directed by the recreation leaders, Sue (Fuller and Cynthia Harrison. Gifts were exchanged from the beautiful lighted .Christmas tree. Delicious refreshments were served from a tatole decorated with lighted candles and nandina berries and greenery to 26 members and nine visitors. Ideas oti htsl yeSfs club Mrs. Femvick ifeitd, tau-isthias ,Meahl ¥o A HotW Gift." by BUIy BflVis. ' Gamfcs Wferb ialaj'ed \villi 'being won ty several atid Mrs. Wood row tinker wihlilhg the surprise package. Refreshments of caki, Christ inas caftdy and cold drinks served lo 12 members and one hew Member, Mrs. tiny Mobbrts and four visitors, Misses JuJIfllln Fenwiek, Sherfle Cos, blah** Pttr- tie'and master Jackie EaslfcrliHg ahd Mrs, Wylle. The Jttiniary meetliljt will (Heel with .Mrs. OfVillc Sleadmaii, Melfose HD5 &HJoyS Meeting The December meeting of the iMelrose HbC was held In tlie home of Mrs. Nettie Wiggins ori Tuesdav afternoon. A tooautifui lighted Christmas tree was the center of Interest iri tho living room. Other nrratige' mcnts in the Christmas motif svero •placed on the manUc, t.iibles mid In the dinning room. Christinas corals were sting, followed by the devotional by the hostess and prayer by (Mrs. Jewell Still. New officers were elected ond look charge of the meeting. President, Mrs. Otha Roberts, Vice* (president. Mrs. Lyle Allen, Sec.- treas., -Mrs. Virgil Muckabee and reporter, Mrs. Jewell Still. A short business session was presided over by the new president. Secret pals were revealed and new ones for next year were drawn. Gifts were exchanged. !Mrs. Hockett won the surprise package. Mrs. 'Lorraine \Vylle and IMrs. Olha Roberts won the game iprizes. Delicious refreshments were served to ten members and three children. Mrs. Wylie and Mrs, Hockett will 'be hostess for January. Coming and Going Jessie Barber, serving with the U.S. Air Force, is spending the Christmas holidays with his par- •ents, Mr. and M'rs. W. T. Barber. He will leave Dec, 28 for Anchorage, Alaska where he is stationed. Mrs. Lawrence Easterling 'Hostess to Baker HD Club The" home of Mrs. Lawrence 'Easterling was beautifully decorated in the Christmas motif Thursday at 7:30 p.m. for the meeting of the Baker Home Demonstration Club. The entrance was lighted with Christmas lights and a white and •gold sleigh decoration was placed on the door. On the coffee table was an> arrangement in. a large red plastic ring 'bowl of red berries and cedar with a plastic Santa Clans' -and candy. Mrs. Woodrow Baker, president, ipresided. The mooting was opened with "Silent Night" being sung by tho group. Devotional was given by Miss Carol 'Baker, "The First Christmas" IMattheM' 2:1-11 and The Lord's Prayer was repeated in. | unison. Roll call was answered by each with "What Christmas Means To Me," (Minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. T. B, Fenwick and approved. 'Carol Baker showed a moving picture "The Christmas Story," Misses Diane Purtle and Juliana Femvick sang "Winter Wonderland and "White Christmas," they wore Ibells on their wrists that jingled as they sang. Gifts were placed under a beautifully lighted Christmas tree and were exchanged. Mrs. Charles Wylie distributed the 1959 year. toooks and gave some very helpful Hospital Notes Branch Admitted; Nelson Frazier, Washington. Discharged: Mrs. Esther Ward, Hope; Mrs. J. 'L. Ammons, 'Rt. 1, Hope; W. E. Brashier, Hope; Nelson Frazior, Washington. Memorial Admitted: Doyle 'Reaves, Hope. Discharged: Ginny Gardner of Hope; Nlash atanlon, Saratoga; Jack Fielding, Hope; E. J. Juris, ; Rl. 2, Rosston; Mrs. INellie Ba!bbs, Fulton. Young Slayer of Four Admits It SAN 'DIEGO, Call". (AP) — A lG-y»ar-old boy who, police say, has admitted murdering a mother and her Jour children \vas certi- lied to Juvenile Court today, This division ot Superior Court here will determine whether the youth, Car Eder, shoud be prosecuted as an adult or juvenijl.e He was ordered back into the sheriff's custody at a brief arraignment before Municipal Judge Fentou Garfield in suburban E, Cajon, The hearing followed his arrest Monday nisht nnd a dramatic scene in which Thomas Pend\r- gast stared s,i the anky, pimpy faced youth who has just confessed saying Pendergast's wife and tour chidrcn. FOR THAT AN ON YOUR LIST flW HIM A TiSO( HAT OR A STETSON ,,,,,,,$10,95 to $20,00 yfrih-Wear Wilson White §<?y§rql Qollgr Styles to Frpnr} 39s to $1,00 3 $1.98 Husband h Hungry Por Mem's Codking Dear Dorothy bis: How can n bride corhpcte with her mother-lrf-law's cooking? five- ry meal starts with vqrharks like these: "Mom's omelettes Were fluffier than this," "Mom's roast beef Is perfection; pink inside and crusty brown outside. Why eah'l you cook It like that?" nhd so dtt, I'm really not a bad cook for a begin- her. 1 went to cookihg school and learned a lot train my mother and aunt, who nre good cooks. *My husband just has this complex that nobody cmi cook like his mother? — I 3 ols and Pans, Dear P. & V.: Olid tiling it would like' to impress on you firmly. The way you handle this situation can set the pace for your Whole marriage. This is not a Vital matter but it Is a minor one of great importance. You may never be [need with a really desperate situation like infidelity, alcoholism, miserliness — and 1 slncerly hope you areht — but minor things will occur almost daily. These take tho sort of diplomacy of which good marriages are made. Don't ever get angry or visibly annoyed with your man because ho still hankers for mom's goodies. Treat him with tolerant good humor. Make your own particular kind of fuss over him. Drtiss up a new dish and present it wltjh a kiss, Tell him it was a cooking school specialty and you hope it's worth the ipficc of a lesson. Tell him you are sorry the. (budget won't stretch to cover steak and chops as yet tout you're looking forward to the day when it will and, meantime, "Isn't it fun to go through the trial and error period together?" Praise his mother's cooking but dont imitate it.' It 'won't toe long before* he's converted to yours. Reds Penetrated tJdfitihUed Ffbifl Pagd OftS ithd Push- husband L. d. Bates knrsky in the picture. Dilcs said Pushknrsky showed him Communist literature in 1047 while they Were students together al Lilllc Rock Juhlor College. Williams testified thai Farmer was Identified as n Communist In a bad word, It's n beautiful mate!- ial — the very best." Soviet Premier Nikila Khrushchev, British Prime Minister Harold Madmllian and Brazilian Pros* idcnl Jtiscellno Kubllschck have shown no rcUialtmec In accepting his gifts when he visited their countries, Litrlce said, "1 would never vl.sit « foreign country without giving a present to the boss. I give II out of niy heart," he said. <J I V o t e « pTOteeeuftts against Wftt 1h mi, ' Mrs, fellas was At the session W tHe rtfrtflttf but ^US Rot tailed to testify, Sne sold ' she would withheld eomfttcfit ttfttll It becafno elen!- what fiefthbtt was trying to prove. Oilier witnesses called yesterday \vuro ttcpi Ofeti Harris rtJ-ArkJ and J, L, Shaver of Wynne, Ark. .and 3. L, FoHnen legislator and lieulerwuit governor, Harris read 41 names he had obtained from files of the House tht - American Activities Cottfc rnittee. Hetinctl said nil 41 Were, or had beftit officers of the NAACl 1 and that their eohfiectlofi with the- hearings would ,be detineil Jaler, Shaver read a report of an Investigation Hi IMS or Commonwealth College al Mctia now de», fund but still carried on Ihe U.S. attorney general's list ot subversive orgunlfcttllons, Bennett said the Investigation might continue through Friday, The probe was ordered by the Legislative Council lasl Atlg, IB nl Bennett's request. In 18-ln Fort Smith and Van Buren were starling points for gold seekers Inking Ihe overland troll to California, Alleged Robber§ EtfradUion ftabtftt- __.._ ...... ... *itl be fifcld at< BelleWite? fit,, frldfty-tef-Wiezel' Uvo Wen cririrtco 4 in « ivli HfctMd North Little Rock J>uinsk» Sheriff torn Oulley, , notified yesterday ol the scrred» tiled Hearing for Charles Jeffef&Sfl itolils, 3.1,- of 'JSnSl St. LOUIS, lit. ~'. The stale of Illinois graftlcd e& trndltlon of itollla to Arkansas n few Months (buck, ,btit ho went \0' court to fli?ht the transfer. • ' _ Ifoltls and John Francis Rihfldy'r Al t of St. Louis, are charged with , robbing Wltllnm finlley Ferguson' Bed. ID, 1057, nt his North Little Mock home. Ferguson reported,$18,000, n pistol and some jewcify,' was token In the holdup, XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that afo Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE"' i Shop The Fashion Shoppe 112 5. Main ' " A5850 ,"#! t.'^ % V? 'Boar Dorothy Dix: How can wo let a lady In our office know that we don't appreciate her perfume -- or at least, the quantity in which she uses it. Some of us .got violent headaches from it. — IP. ,L. Dear P. U: Tell her she's using exquisite perfume but in rather large doses. She probably figures if one drop smells nice, 20 drops will be irresistible, When she cuts down on the dosaige, don't forget to compliment her on the haunling- ly enchanting aroma she scatters abound. Dear Dorothy Several years <ago Rryon was engaged but his fiancee broke the engagement. He left the cily and came to our town. I met him and fell in love. His ex-lianceo has been writing him. Every time he seems to have forgotten her, she either calls or writes another letter. The poor guy doesn't stand a chance of getting over her. Now he's ;going 'back home to visit — to prove that he's completely over her, he tells me. I want to keep his love -and 1 don't want him: to. think I don't trust hi-n. What should 1 do? — 'Emily F, Dear Emily: 'Let him go in pence ! He has probably always retained a lingering affection for her, Jl's ibettij'rto convince himself one way or another. 7fope for the best but prepare tor the worst, FAMILY THURSDAY - 5 p. m ; to 8 p. m, past, Saving. Thank You for your continued support of Family Night. As in the we will continue to present to you the very best in Good Eating at a Regular Price ... .75 Family jNighf t "; • :5 9 •'Hot Tamoles (Topped With Chili) ......... ;..!... Chicken Dinner (\/A, with Salad and French Fries) ................................... .• ....... 85 Shrimp Plate (6 Jumbo Size) ....................... 1.00' Catfish (Deep-Fried, Fresh Water) ................ 1.25 Chicken Fried Veal Cutlets ............................ 90 Medium T-Bone Steak ................. . .................. 1.50 Medium Sirloin Steak (Choice, Tender) ....... ; 1.95 Fresh Combination Salnd, French Fries, Hot Dinner Served .With All Steak and Fish Dinners , Oaks Cafe & Gift Shoppe ", ' ~- '-> lf - - - V, <• , > »•*•? B' ' 'v Rolls,, HIWAY 67 WEST 'ALWAYS OPEN" HOPE, ARK. Just In Dear Dorothy Dix: Do you think a 'boy's mother is justified in telling him to work a few evenings a week and Saturday' too? (Her excuse is that she's working to send him to college and' he should earn money for other expenses, This doesn't give him much time for school activities,'' My mother says parents should make sacrifices for their children — (Lorna, Dear ,Lorna: 'And this doesn't give'him much time for you, does it, dear? School activities are nice tout education is more jmpor(apt. Uf his* mother can work for his education so can he. A.S 'for your mother's opinion, how many sacrifice's" has she had to make? Dam tew, 'I bet, , Italian Has Number of Gifts for Ike ; By JQHN SCAM 'VVASHJNGTON ((^p) —An Italian tailor is' ill town with expensive gittsjor President Eisenhower *— a visuna overcoat and a casli« mere golfing jacket. gut, after learning how the word, vicuna, still causes government officials to wince, hu hasn't tried, to go near the White 1-Jouse to present them pevsonally to th? President. Instead. A/igelo Utrlco of Home said he would tufa over his tsvtj creations to the ltaliu.ii Ambassador 1 ManiHo 3ros|o, he said, has assured him Ihey'wjll b? delivered to tlje While lou.se/, - , "Wiip/i asked, th? Italian Embasi sy sg|cl LHrico must be mistaken. J3n?,sip has offered to send along ,he cashmere golfipg jacket to the \VhitewJiousp, tho embassy said, but we gmba&sadof saW nolhirig abput th,e yjcuna'Voat. yhe Whi|c Wouse kept a strict ji)eJice about JBispnho>ver's, alti« V}do - toward -the i^tendgd gifts.' Msopjaie press sepj'oiijry 4m\o ^h,e&ton sajci i^it/ica has ( 'ixo jppc)|ntment-i-^nane whatsoever.'' 'phrf 1 ^'?n.vr,!i 1,-niri ^-Hrico opera* SPECIAL PURCHASE FOAM RUBBER *•.>. . ':}•'&•& Buy' or Give Several * *'. Assorted Colors and Fabric Covering A ' Sensational at this Price — Hurry! •« «Cl New Shipment, Black, Pink, | Beige, Blue and White Sixes 30 to 38 Vfl ;0I FACTORY SAMPLES £ • -/^ Plus Qysr 4Q WiesjBS in Time fw Gift T.H 1 '