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'' <'-, 4 -" (/•I j r 1111 HOM STA*, MOM, ARKANSAi ffcMI < 74431 Bet*«en I A.Mi iitf 4 f»,M, Weather Calendar Thursday, January 1 there will be a dailce at the Hot>e Country dlub foeW Years night from 9 till 1 a. m. Hostesses Mil be 'Ml-, and Mrs. Eddie Whit' man, Mr. and 'Mrs. Kihard Young fid Mr. and Mrs. Syron Hefner. Maddayi January 5 Circle Mo. 2 WSCS of First Me* Ihodist Chui'cJi will meet Monday, Jan, S at 3 p.itti, in the home of Mrs. R, C. Lehman Si 1 ., with Miss (Mary K, (Lehman as co-'tiosii^ss. All members arc Urged to be present. Page hboft. High this efterhon mid Id high 30$, low tonight low 20s to 30s. Southwest Arkansas: Clolidy and dold Ihis afterhoon ( lofltghl and ahd daughter SfiaHhofl are sp6tid« Thursday With occasional light ing the holidays with Mr, RtisscDVf-airi of dridie this afternoon. High h-iother, Mrs. Lois Htisseii ahd Mr, Ihls afloFnooh low to mid 40s, low and Mrsi orville Taylor, loHighl m 30s, ' Circle tto. 3 WSCS ol First Me« odist Church will meet Monday, in. 5 at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Kinard with Mrs. Henry Taylor as co-hostess, The leader Is Airs. Webb iLaseter Ji'. Monday, January 5 Circle No. 1 WSCS of First Melh- odlst church will meet Monday, January 5 at 3 p. m. in the Jett B. Graves class room. Mrs. R. N. Moiiser and Mrs. Johnny Green are hostesses. Circle No. 4 WSCS ol First Methodist church will meet Monday, Jan. 5, at 3 p. m. in the home oL Mrs. Cleve Mayt'on. Mrs. Anna Judson returned home Sunday after a two weeks visit in. Beaumont, fefcas, where she Vis* Jted her daughter, Mrs. JeWeil tol* ley and family. Mrs, Volley's daughter, Mrs. Roy C, Adatns and! family Will move to t)allas in January where Mr. Adams was trans' fered to manage the Magnolia Rc« finery Plant, «, Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Thrash of Dallas ahd Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thrash and daughter of Fayctto* ville were holiday guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs, Willis .Thrash. Louisiana — Cloudy arid rather Cold, occasional rain this afternoon and mainly in east portion tonight and Thursday, lowest 28-34 north- West attd 34-46 elsewhere tonight. Mr, and Mrs. Dewey Ray had as their holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ray and son, Butch and Miss Dora Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Wright and family, Mike, Terry ahd Donna irom Odessa, Texas. Also Mrs. Lillian Flowers oi Texarkana, Dr, and Mrs. Sam \V. Strong and daughter, Carolyn attended the funeral In Arkadelphia today of Dr. Strong's uncle, Mr, Alva P. Greens, MISSOURI — Snow and gla^o warning!—raih or freezing rain and sleel southeast and cast cehtial With snow elsewhere today and to- nightj snow aecumulalon of 4 to 6' inches extreme southwest, west central and through the northeast; Thursday cloudy, light snow or freezing drizzle south and east central i continued cold; high today mld'20s northwest, low-Ms southeast; low tonight 20 north' i upper 20s southwest, THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATD PRSS High Low Pr. Miss Joan Wells Honored ' With Surprise Party A surprise parly was given in. honor of Miss Joan Wells of Little Rock Tuesday from 2 to 4 p. m. in Iho home of her aunt, Mrs. Dwighl « dgdill. Games were played and e hostess served cookies and ice drinks to the following: Cherry Anderson, Sue Duckett, Ruth Ann Mohon, Brenda Hamm and Carla Jo PurtJe. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benson, Suzan and "Chuck" of Dallas, Texas, Airman and Mrs. Jimmy Benson and son, Richy of War- rcnsburg, Missouri are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Benson. Rev. and Mrs. Carl Willis of Summers, Arkansas spent Christmas holidays in Hope with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Willis and Mr, and Mrs, Dale Tonnemak- er. Mrs. C. C. Lewis E"tertains Bridge Club Mrs. C. C. Lewis had the last meeting of the year for her Tues-1 clay, -Bridge Club on £>ec, 30, She had some beautiful pink gladioli ^ decorate her home. ™Two tables of club members enjoyed the afternoon, with Mrs. S. L. Murphy winning the high score prize and Ihe Bingo prize being won by Mrs. C. C. Lewis, A salad plale and coffee were served by the hostess at the conclusion of play. Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Duke left Tuesday night for their home in Southgate, California alter spending Christmas with Mr, and Mrs. Ed Percell and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dukp Mr. and Mrs, 'Roy Tullis and family returned Tuesday after spending Christmas in Superior, gkriz. with Mr. a'ntl iMrs,'"Glen*,Ton-' Tr and Junior. Rev. and Mrs. T. B, Talley of Tulsa, Okla,, and son, Charles Talley of Stilhvaler, Okla. spent a few clays with his mother and Jim Talley during the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs, T, L, Smith has returned home from Hayward, California, where they visited their daughter, Mr, and Mrs. W, F. WU- fjiams and daughter Terita and they 'also visited their son, Thomas, They visited various points Jn California Lt. and Mrs. James F. RusseU AENGER .COME f Stay as Late as You WooH STARTS $;QO P, M, 15 ROCK 'NROU STARS / TOM.IWItk JANE MANSFIEUP HItP IT 1 Mrs. Nell Oliver had as her re- cenl guests her sons, George Nance of 'Pensacola, 'Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nance and son, Gary, of Mt, Pleasant, Texas, and her granddaughter, Mrs, John Dcnman and baby of College Station, Texati. Miss Josephine "Hutchcns of New Brunswick, New Jersey ha'j arrived in Hope 4o make her hume with her grandmother, Mrs, Cora Hutchens, Miss Hutohcns has recently returned from three years in France. Mr. and Mrs, Tommy Kinser, Jr., and children returned to their home in Stuttgart on Wednesday after spending some of the holidays with Mr, and Mrs, Tom Kinser, Mr, and Mrs, Billy Bob Herndon who have been visiling Mr. and Mrs. R, V, Herndon, returned to their home in Grove Hills,' Ala,, early this week. Pvt, and Mrs, Max Halbert of Augusta, Ga,, are spending the Christmas holidays with hi? parents in Mglvern and with her parents, Mr, v and Mrs, C, P, Munn. Mr, and Mrs, Bobby Hendm, with Mr, and Mrs, Edgar Andrews of Prescott.'were the guests ofTtfr- and Mrs, Charles Andrews in Wateryilet, Mich., }ast week, Mrs, 'Herbert' Lewallen has returned from Pallas where she spent Christmas with Mr, and' Mrs, Robert Stephens and young sor^ When Mrs. Glenn L. William's came home Sunday after spending Christmas with the GJenn WiUjams family jn Little RocK, she was ac- compamecl by Glenn Williams, Jjl for a few days' visit! Mr, and Mrs, Miteheji Williams and sop of TahoKa, Texas, returned to their home on Monday;" The/ have been, the holiday guests of Mrs. A. K, Holioway and Mrs, j William?. Pi-, and' Ml'*. Neil S, Qrpw, *M- «wJ ^«th? are yisjting p r , Mrs. F, C, Crow, Mr, gay Mrs, Bdwarrt Ray and. son, Mr. and Mrs, TweU Wright "n d ,' all of DRIVMN '.Tonite & Thursday "•* L'T 1 - 1 "*" JW\X/*k"A BBf'S'Si; "'»>,'& Albany, clear Albuquerque,, snow • Anchorage, clear Atlanta, cloudy Bismarck, clear Boston, clear Buffalo, clear Chicago, cloiidy Cleveland, clear Denver, cloudy DCS Moines, cloudy Detroit, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Helena, cloudy Indianapolis, cloudy Kansas City, snow Los Angeles, clear Louisville, cloudy Memphis, cloudy Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St. Paul, clear New Orleans, cloudy New York, clear 34 9 21 8 T 8 -15 68 49 31 4 39 22 33 10 .08 32 26 : 35 23 36 18 .10 25 23 34 16 37 23 .13 45 39 8(3 25 28 26 .22 7" 50 41 34 43 41 75 71 20 24 27 9 52 51 49 24 Oklahoma Cily, snow 2S 21 .28 Omaha, cloudy 2L 9 Philadelphia, clear 55 25 Phoenix, clear 58 34 Pittsburgh, clear 41 21 Portland, Me., clear 39 17 Portland, Ore,, cloudy 58 44 Rapid City, clear '40 24 Richmond, cloudy 60 31 St. Louis, mow . 34 31 .03 Salt Lake City, cloudy 32 29 San Diego, clear 7o 40 San Francisco, clear 02 51 Seattle, cloudy 5G 53 Tampa, cloudy 72 57 Washington, clear 56 31 (T — Trace) Continued From Page One planes are backing up the troops in fighting against an estimated 3,000.'rebel foot soldiers. Normal communications with Santa Clara were disrupted an:l reports from there conflicted, Reliable sources estimated the casualties at 3,000 and said they might go higher, ' government source claimed u^rial attacks alone had inflicted 2,000 rebel casualties, Some government sources said the army was now cleaning up in ihe city, hunting rebels from house to house and warning civilians of a death penalty for aiding rebels, Many civilians had fled the cjty of 150,000 persons since street fighting began Monday. Towns attacked by government planes in the last tsvo days besjde Sanla Clara included Cruces, 20 miles west of the provincial capital; Ctimanayagua, 30 miles south" wosl; ' Fomento, ?5 milps south- guests of Mr, and Mrs, Dewey Ray, this past weekend, The Willie Harris family left on Tuesday for Washington, D, C. where they will make their home during the ne?(t session of the leg"' isloture, , A, K, Hplloway came home Sunday night from St. Loujs, Mo., where she underwent surgery last at Barnes Hospital, Personal Mention the new members recenU ly initiated into the Alpha &£ppa Phi, a national professional busu ness fj-ateroHy we;-e Melvjfi C, Thras)i and William Diickett of Hope, Cpming gnd ; Mrs, L..K,. Boyge, Rt, , } Hope; ' C?ay Lehman, Oak* ;; B.e v ivRathwe}l, v R.t. 3 liope. SI>4 Mrs, ,'Jhojnas. R_. HamiU -ipn'ofvajope/a.fljiou.nee the arrival girl, Cc-e^o, ;i.9>y,. ;^« ^^•^Llfj^itf^yt,^ up (Iteil* m For a winter vacation in the'sun, knitted fnshlons are ideal companions. These are from the resort collection of Gino Faoli; all arc done in a flat, firm woolknlt. The lines are easy and relaxed; the colors clear and flattering. The Empire line is indicated (left) in this slim biscuit-colored dress with set-in of wliifp. Waistband dips slightly at the back, A two-piece dress in pale pink,is worn,(center) with matching coat that has oversized collar and deep cuffs trimmed in fringe. Dress lias appllqucd block motifs in contrasting 1 , color. The true Umpire line appears (right) In dramatic dress of white trimmed'in brilliant red. Matching coat Is cut with simple, straight lines; is textured'for contrast with the dress. Believes Alford to Get Seat WASHINGTON CAP) — Hep, E'. C, Gainings (D-Ark) said locltiy prospects are . "very ; favorable" lhat Dr. Dale Alfoid, Little Rock scgrogalionlsl, will be seated as n member of Congress. • Alford, runnlnK as i\ write-In candidate, defeated UIQ veleran i '^T^ if >. i f* i x^ >' f ft*-'*' '''v '</* v The high-waisted look of the new .spring coat is handled in many ways by (lie nation's top designers. Here are two variations on a high fashion theme, Originala's sky blue coat (left) has above-waistline seaming and.soft skirt with panels. Shallow mandarin cowl neckline has single jeweled button which is repeated at waistline, Lacy yellow ; wool coat by Marquise (right) has seamed Empire waistline with fabric bow. Collar has flat, open cut. - i Wise Wife YVjj'rVs Out ; Over the.'Otheby/omah" Doar Dorothy >Dix, •At present 1 have no problem; you solved it <for me. I'd just'like to relay my 'story to 'other wives in the same boat. AWer 15 years of a hwppy nwriagc my husband. had a violent love affair with another woman. Jt lasted six hectic months. They •sycnl away on weekends, he gave her expensive gifis and accepted presents from her- They even took a vacation together in Florida, 'My first insj.jnct when 1 heard abput it -was to pack .up and leave, 'I'm a constant reader of your column and have often •read your acjvice to women in similar circumstances' —'hold your head up and ride it out. I have ft very good job, we have a beautiful home and I wasn't going to give that up for her. When she stopped at the house -to pigl^ him up, \ ignored them both. She 'phoned him constantly at home an4 I-kne^y jjp'd gPt tJrpd Qi her. ' I plso knew lie still- loved me. He gave roe •presents, paid ithe household bills and. continued depositing money in pur 39int savings adcoutil. ( pray« ed day and night and my faith was rewarded. He came -baeif crawling, toeggiijg me to 'forgive and forgot,. JS T OW he compliments me on my cjothes, housekeeping and cooking, •which he had never done fcefoi'e. Jie helps around the 'house, takes me out and now he's planning a wonderful trip for our vacation. «£JP tlio gras!> on the other -side o| the fence and foupcl it bitter JJmlrig those 'trying six, m.onths'1, . felt, lhat npt f ' wyliC • 'tff& c c" your pojymn. Thanks*^ Jot -Rear p. F.; it's riot oav io out a t>od, sjtuatiwn like youraj it's id satisfying,. Uwr the rnomepU to yje|d' to an fmpulso. pad? up and "dv.amat^aUy walk out TW« i? no, s,ojytion. patience- and faith, , will see^yau "through, on 'your ' 't.e g<>t« j-natl H«'s even !;}«.•• Jpned her Jife niri hi' told Jf.>v JJP uould m'.:<° ?' I • K like nn apcid'ent'if ho did kill her. J feel $he"should do something a'bout this. She's afraid legal aqtjon would end her marriage' —' but her death would'end'it, too. —'Nancy, 'Dear Nancy: I agree that ypur sister should get help, One thin? J can never understand is a woman taking cqnstant beotln'^s and ibrutality.> Have her talk to someone at Family Court who'can best advise whgt action she should take. A kruta,! husband is 3 bully and like anyone whp abuses .someone, weaker, 'he's scared stiff of anyone stranger thap, he is. if he knows, ftr instance,'^thal the la,\v is pn his wife's sidp, h more respect for her, It's ly worth a try, • , ' IDorothy -Pix; > ' A few-mpnths ago } mat a> boy I Jiked very much. After a few weeks he askpd ni<j t« gQ sl«ady feuf-1 didn't )i)?e ihe idea and re- |use4- A few days later he asked anoihar gjr\ and she' mn.t.'pj.ad wjth jJclfght, She's been rubbjng it in eyp.r since. _ He has mpved away now tiut she still ^rags about him. — puddles. , u - • • ' Pea}' Pudcllas: .Souiwls like he' was her one and only date, ''i'dku yov-.r rqvengejn vniiym\t, the U^lps yoi4 have no,$-a&d. 4or|$i\i»ig wh«'t f.Ught ha.y.eJ^eVQ?' A^po/'at si.and s worth" £. cloven, jiranothpf f • ' ' V/ouW |t be O.K. to write tQ a l?oy ijnd. apojogixe ivf tlifi way { acted \vh.eft wp'fbfolsa \ip? I of myself. Would j\'ippVt as "It f was £iroX, T 'Terry, apll$4 |or in aBolog'/'i make jf. sj)pple/> $/ncefe ^tJQip^y )opk Jifee I .rush. , Li Wl *' f < ,_ ^' V ^ / •* $ I MlllW^Jil^WW - j&M&tfip/, 5 MlwS^ v '^ ^^W^IfefJ;W l *f*»lW|i**tt Sgj,iA«S'^naWfiiv''ULiinoy. tryjlo ^ rlna b* hlpffa Plans Advertising Picketing Only WASHINGTON sters boss James ft.^ Hoffa was quoted by an aide todaj* as saying iha union only intends tu conduct advertising picketing of Now York Cjty police stations—not btockado them, This seemed to veto the announced plans by u fNew York Teamsters leader, Henry. h'uin. stein, who has said organizer] picketing of police infaiallytinris m the city would start Jan 12 in an clfart to cut off deliveries of snd other .supplies, Jim Harding, g publip man, al Teamsters headquarters hera, said lloffa could be Van Buren Girl Glvtn an A word (APWV-a. whrte studeht fit .Van feurett, Afk, ttigl School has'bfcen named ohe of. 19 '•Voting) Wottien of the Year'* Madc'rholsefle magazine far role In, Ihe school's InleSfntloJi tlevelo)jmonls. <', f .tessie AftRdllnn Evans, is, pttsi!*'',^ dent of the hitfh school's student ',"j (i council, was died for the part she-^ ployed when 45 white students bo-yi 't%\ eotled the school last Septerhbef, «? bce'nuse it WrtS Ihldfii-ntet). ^ The citation said Miss fcvaBS Irtn "•si formed a school board meetlrtg' ^ that a poll had shown many whlld_ J f students accepted integration. » '"• She challenged a group of segra»'^' ftnlionlsts nl the public meeting to '-•>*» let the students decide for them* ^ selves on .the racial issue. "We snltHc her," the magazine , '' ! citation saia, "for her rortrlcssne.'Mi her InslsloiYce oh thinking for hci'* j •'•" self and tlioii fnrlhrlghlly netins on , ^ the truth rtS' she raw It," ''; Others Injlic "top lo" were fat >f Fnrrnr, toldvlslon producer; Jtina t 'i\ Addams, cultural cxehatiBc specltt* ' w .« list; autty"'Carol, fashion do » ^^ siKl 1 or; Ann Bancioft, Broadway. |,s* Hctrossi .Hinnica Van Odom, nove* -,,'fl Ilitli Hosnllntl Ellis, sirtReri MnrclU "^ cHy'j'Ianni't; Natalie dnr- < {;sj bon'MaiiRlnl, atomic scientist, and^ Vloletto Verdy, dancer. '"• \ Brooks Mays D-Ark) in iho Nov. 4 Kcnerhl election, - ."< Subsciiiienlly two challenges wore, raised aHtiinsl Alford — one ( IhattS^I he should*tnot be regarded as' Dcmocrnl.'tHe other, that he shoujdj.^11 bo "denied njs sent pending an '•-'•• ffiyi vosllgnUoiv of his elocllon. Oathlngs—snlcl thai he bellcveSsi?! "Iho slluntjSn has eryslnlll/ed :iir';| favor of Afl&rrt." ^ Both Speaker Sam Rayburn, Tex) and Hep. Carl Albert, Okla)/' TDpfWoei'ntlc whip, havcl made tttulcrncnls favorable to 'A1-* lord, Gainings said. '' ; ' * Ho 9njd""lic expects tlie HOUSQ'-> DemocnVt)c,'*caucus to accept lord as a Democrat on Jaiii G and %H the House* to seal him the follow-^' iny. clay, ^'^ / ,-• ' • < For a Fine FiffeNine-- — ENROLL NOW4.. •-. •• .' CLASSES FOR WOjAEN . ' ^' .'•' Deducing^ Pois o • ^m ''^•m ' -^ » ^',-f#S • Rhy th m,i fr« f E>$e re i se ^. «sC ' -Individual Attent!%^l!:felasVeS"; v ?4; Tor 2 Months — ^mM^p^M'^M, FRAhJ* ea;n:*|f| and ftETOTr r>, it. .'f-pffc.-' "There will bo no stoppages of any du}iv»ri«s and no Interforenuu of any services under jurisdiction of the Teamsters "Union, The planned pjckot lines are for ,»a« ej'MsJng purposes only," ' .Pipkots,, ho said, will uriycrUsv the Union's intention to organiw the police but will not block pghgo slation untrancos. The New York Times sjjid Iqday Hoffa Jaad notified his a'|dos m New York that he would to{u-!»le no interference with rcgujtir policf? Brief $ ^..,— of Mines reported yostcr* clay Arkansas' slock of crude pot•-'-•-n totaled 2.200.00C barrels on . ,„, 20, a clow^asc »f 14? from, the previous weejt. MCjpadd^n, Sam Itabinson a«d Jim] jQhn,son weto' Jt'h«dylc*ci tp bej swp|7) In as as^pdete JMi'Ucas itf f Ihe ArkarjSa? Suprpmc Court' to auy by Chl«< Justice ~ " ' « $§00.00,6 Uu? ?tr Yioctnt' WU'iiiary at bright girl The one in the vivid Msrcy Lee-. Couon princ that dresses » girl io sunshine-filtcfcij ' zrcens , , , or rwiligrtt tur» quoisc vjbrstinfi tbrpugb deep oight tone? of blue and green; or red smoldering through. • coal?, (Drip dries.) lapel . .. ack and hj^h bategy /ronj ^.. U , l n B '*Sif Ml « > -PF«X ' ' -f ,38

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