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/, ''/' " " > 74431 Befwaan.l A,M, and 4 P.M. 'Colendar Monday, January 5 CJrole No. 2 WSCS of First Me* thodlst Church wll] meet Monday, Jan. 5 at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. R. C. (Lehman Sr., with Miss Mary K. iLehman as tso-nost°ss. All members are urged to be present, •Jircle K r o. 3 WSCS of First Methodist Church will meet Monday, Jari 5 at 5 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Kinard with 'MVs. Henry Taylor as co-hostess The leader is Mrs. Webb iLaseter Jr. Circle No. 1 WSCS of First Methodist church will meet Monday, January 5 at 3 p. m. in the Jett B. Graves class room. Mrs. R, N. Mouser and Mrs. Johnny Green arc hostesses. Delegation Seeks Special Election LITTLE ROCK (AP)— A four- county delegation will confer with Gov, Orval E. Faubus later today about the possibility of dalling a special ejection to fill a Slate Senate vacancy caused by the recent death of Dr, H, H. Price of Poca» hontas. Dr. Price was elected to the Senate from the 17th District, which includes Fulton, Sharp, Randolph and Lawrence counties, Ihc vacancy may only be filled by an election called by the governor. The governor can not make interim appointment to the Gen* ci'al Asesmbly, Circle No. 4 WSCS of First Methodist church will meet Monday, Jan. 5, at 3 p. m, in'the home of Mrs. Cteve Mayton. Circle No, 0 of WSCS will meet Monday, January 5th at 3 p. m. in 1 the home of Mrs, Brack Schenck •with Mrs. L. B. Tooley as program leader. Homing and Going Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Crews had as their weekend guest Mr. and Mrs. Dorris Shipp and boys, George and John of Memphis, Tcnn. Former Saline Co. Judge Succumbs JLENTON. Ark. (AP) — Oeor«e Houston Ramsey, 77, former Saline County Judge, died today tit his home in the Shaw community, .Ramsey had served two terms as county judge, and as county clerk and treasurer. Survivors include his widow, U|J) sons and two daughters. Funeral services will be announced. Cotton Maid Really Dons Cotton Clothing NEW. YORK (AP) — The "1959 Maid of Cotton" believes In wearing it, in full measure, No scanty nltire for her, she said today, whatever the texture. "I do not approve of displaying my body In front of the public," the 20-year-old Stillwatcr, Okla., beauty, Malinda 'Diggs Berry, told a news conference. She said she didn't mean to be critical of other girls who were willing ip parade in a minimum of clothing, but that for her, there'll be no cheesecake or bathing suit public poses. "I'm more or less prudish," she said. "I was reared very Southern and very strictly." She won the "Maid ot Cotton" contest in Memphis' Dec. 30. Miss Berry is 5 feet G, weighs J25 and has light brown hair and blue eyes. She appeared in a white cotton lace, short formal dress. AENGER TONITE — Last Time 2 ACTION HITS THE PARSON &THE OUTLAW — Plus — "NO TIME TO BEYOUNG" DOUBLE HORROR LATE SHOW TONITE 11:00 P. M. PLUS DANA ANDREWS CURSE ~ ' Starts Sunday . Get that Happy Feeling for 59 News & Cartoon Evacuate Americans If Necessary GETTYSBURG, Pn. (AP;- The While House said loday U.S. naval vessels are ready Io evacuale Americans from Cuba if they arc in danger, but thai there appears to be no likelihood any such action will be necessary, Press secretary James C. Hagerly lold a news conference lhat, on the basis of intelligence reports, there is no danger to any Baton Rouge, fidMtifUied From Page One Aeadlsn Showplaee IffUetue in thti impersonal course bf If. S. Post Office Department jprocedure is the thotighftil restoration of rt boatftlft.il old home as the iMarlinville Post Office. Also Prc^ served "with loving hands is Ihe old Cotirt Mouse iwhdrc records and land grants of Spanish and French 'loloninl oiitpostsj even as far as Haiti and (he Wesl 'Indies, can toe traced back to 1700 and vcri- tied. One mite out of town, Louisiana has contributed to the legend by establishing iLongfcllow-Evnngeline Stale Tark, From Ihp aulhcnlic Craft Shop at the entrance, roads lead through -wide meadows to the (Acadian House .Museum, reputed home of tois lArceneaux, protype of Ihe "Gabriel" in Ihe poem. Most interesting ot the ilrcnsrcd pieces in Ihis 1765 home is a high, curved i pigeon-toed rocking chair thnl, despite its appearance, won't tip over backwards because it was conceived on tc principle ot the ToWcr ot Pisa. Made 150 years 'ago of cypress and pine, there is a''built-in cupboard underneath for snuff and pipes. Today visitors try it out as a "wishing chair.' 1 On 'South is Now ffiberin, famed for its Sugar Cane .Festival and lor "The Shadows." This stalely anle- ibellum home, open on an admission basis, is in the heart of the lousiness district. IA few stops from the street, and the lush growth not only screens out traffic but hansports you /back to the planla- lion era. Jungle Beauty Avcry Island and its Jungle Gardens is a seven mile side trip 'from •New Imerin. The $1.37 bridge toil •and admission docs not seem ex- orbitaii't for the '14 miles of roads that wind through incredibly beati- itiful gardens of flowers, shrubs and trees gathered ifrom every hemisphere. H ii ighlights include Bird City, a noisy community where hundreds of snowy egrets porch on a framework above the water; a pool where alligators eye you with complacence; dense forests of Chinese tim'ber 'bamboo, whose hollow tutoes grow 50 Io GO feel high; and Ihe Temple of Buddha in Ihe Chinese Garden were fc**^*,fc^1w.rfiY} DOROTHY Four-Sided Triangle '• Is Far From Novelty*^ Dear tJorolhy t5ik; » Wei are sadly in heed okadvledfl , , Wei arc snrtty in heed okndvlec,! M & enough to, walk awa^ 6r I'm n married \voffttm of 24 with lhom fcott'fe flat Interested Irt two childt'cn; <3<jorge"ts n mn'vflcd 1^° ?/, cartvcrsftltofi. They arc ttirm of 28 with three Children, We ' ji1 £~ ty r <$4'> J>e cxUcrlwe are ver much In lov " « " 1 * 1 airecls- most teon-ag nrc very much In love and ho" wants to mnn-y mo, Neither my litiS' band nor his wife suspect anything nnd our love has Insled loo long for II Io be eitlttd thfnluntiort.. We ratll'/.e thai it w'o arc divorced our spouses will lake the children.- t don't v Wnht to give mine (iji bttl he doesn't cftre, My husband Is ft , , . enough to, walk awa^ 6r flat Interested Irt „- tTiiil tilfecla most .w^... .. 4 If Ihey hnve no listeners, Ihelr ^•' 11( change. * Dear Dorothy Dlxs» " I don't lltlhk'my mother likes'md >• any rrloi-e, bdc'filfs'c she's always comparing' me,t6'my older sisters.. Every time I do anything ' ' ' • h " -- (molder •.IIXWIIK v wtii \*, nij i iiiouti mi in ii Wonderful man nnd 1 hnlc to hurt . •,•„•. .-,--.-„ „- - . him. George's wife, loo, Is n fine "over did that." What can 1 ~ ..'... I'm i;t_ — Linda. woman, George and 1 cmVt do without each other, How can wo solve this gurtdriwtlle? — Olga R. Dear Olgti: In case you thntk mm.i my mail al nf a few dozen Hincs a week. In fact, I'm sure this " 8C ° ta hninhm i,i ,, 1C1C!1 n « nl oul ()1 your 'wna. Hon people who will exclfllin, "Oh, she i- /j0 t| U1 ( parents are oeonle too used m t 1 ' Dear Linda: You arc going ^ through the 18-year-old blues nnd CJ you hnve n tendency to exaggerate ft llilngs. Mom Is wrong Io make" ,•: but she does not mean to imply J' that she doesn't love you, Get thal'V • Idea right ottl of your hcnd, Rea1«* "•;'" j ,^, can naken takes mcl do used my teller. Ot course, tho ,, ncl cnn mnKQ tnlstnll mi™ ?• r? chnn « od b " 1 { cn " w ll ' s yo*r best to plense her. mine." The answer, too, Is S, . P, (army lingo for "standard opcrnl- Jiig procedure"!, If you go ahead , with the' romantic (you think) dc- your story, you'.. . nothing .but misery — for yourselves, your spouses nnd children. You'll bring unhnppinoss Io nine lives. If you elect to work the problem out with honor, It will •mean 'briot unhnppinoss tor two. Take your choice. Dear Dorothy Dbc: Tlie bby 1 love jilted me for another girl. Now I feel like treating other boys In the same wdy. You know: lend them on, break (hair honrts and toss them away, Don'I you think this Is a good Idtifl 7' — Lonely Lou ' Dear Lou: It's n perfectly frightful Idea. And it will boomerang righl buck nl you Once you have, the ropulallon of being u heart- iMoakor, boys — all boys — will' avoid you like Ihe plague. This is Ihc normnl tecn-nge pattern; boy many of the neal.sl boys" have "the 1It1 ? 1010l " ll f, lr i 1 , f'if (S boy ,\ b °V !lL<i ' dirtiest minds. They're outwardly fi , 8 ' plcks llp tho P lccos . . •' "uiwiuiuy 0 | | lcl . |, onl .^ mcnc | s i| 10 ,n with tope and i<ets going for another roil hoping this lime her luck will v Dear Dorothy Dlx: I 'go around with the best kids In my class but hnve found out that American citizen in the: overthrow of the Batisln regime. Hagerty had no comment on the .arrest and brief detention of three Associated Press staff members in Havana. The newsmen were released after questioning. "I didn't even know it," Hagerly said. Or, B. Wayne Jordan Rotary Speaker The Rotary Club held its regular weekly mc'eling at the Broadway Hotel Tuesday noon, Thirty eight members and guest were present. Dr. Wayne Jordan was program chairman and delivered the address. His talk was in line with the National Childrens Health Week. Dr. Jordan a doctor of dentistry, devoted his time to the discussion to the earc and health of the mouth and teeth. He stated that a large number of people neglect their teeth and have to have some artificial replacement before they reach the age of 37 years. His theme was instructive and educational. Dr. Henry Crawloy, Kilgore, Texas was visiting Rolarian, Gatelcy 'Daniel, Washington, D. C. was a guest of his father N, N. Daniel! 'Darrell Marsh was a guest to Dr, L. J. Horrel and Dr, 'H. P v . Pollock, Oklahoma City was guest of Horace Jones. Freddie Mobcrg and Mrs. Lcroy Phillips, mother of t|ie bride-elect Mrs. J. R. Hernia Entertains Mrs. J. R. Bemis entertained with a bridge party at her home on Tuesday afternoon The living room arranged in the holiday thorne. The high score prize was won by Mrs. C. R. Gray and the low prize by Mrs Earl Eppler. Al the close of the games the guests were invited into the dinin.! room where they wero served dainty refreshments from the dining table covered with a iace cloth. The central arrangement was designed with gold ornaments, leaves and green candles. Mrs. Harold Simpson of Cincinnati, Ohio and Mrs. Bemis presided at the lable. Paul Joplin and son, Lamar, of Magnolia were Tuesday guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Smith, Miss PhMlips Complimented Miss Margaret Leccc Phillips, bride-elect of Robert Franklin Burnside of El 'Dorado, was feted with a personal shower given by Mrs. 'Ed Smith and Miss Claudeitc Smith at their home on Monday evening. The honoreo was given a white carnation corsage by her hostesses, Her lovely gifts, which she opened nnd displayed were arranged on a table. Miss Rita Warren dispensed hospitalities in the living room. A floor length ruffled pink UiHe cloth over pink taffeta covered the dining table centered with an t»> rangement of pink gladiolus arirj four white twisted candles, Mrs, David Hanning served the pink cake topped with miniature colonial posts tinder which were env bossed beJJs and roses, Placed on top was a disk upon whiph w<\s placed a bride doll holding a frcnch lace umbrella, Guests included Mrs. Charles Scott, Miss M<M7 Jewelie Herr.inij, Mrs. Freeman Ligon, Mrs, Roland Pulp of pes Arc, Mrs, johnny Stark of Wttle flocl? Mrs. Rifton Yancey, Mrs. Aryin Jones, Miss Phela Nell Brill, Mrs. jjpfcb.y MC* Prayer, Miss Merjlyn L.ee," THfATRi TQNIte&'SUNPAY' 7;QQ p, nu Mr. and Mrs. A/M. Rellig, Kalhy and Ellen and their guests, Marie Hall and Mary Howell of Little Hock, were Tuesday visitors in Hope. IVIr, and Mrs. Harvey Walls, Wendy, Judy and Phyllis of Park 111,, returned to their home Monday after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Thorne Westerly. Mrs, Maek Justiss and son, Bill, Johnny Yancey and Bill MeDou- gald spent Tuesday in Texarkana. George Slegar of Grand Prairie, Tex,, has been the guesls of her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Sle- gar, Mrs. Martha Johnson and Slacey ee have returned to Grand Prairie after a visjt with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vuel Chambej'Jain. Johnny Jo remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Smith 3rd,, Randolph Hamby and Irene Royston Smith of Baton Rouge re- ttfrned to their home Tuesday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and JMrs. R. p. Hamby. Guesls in, the home of Mrs. Mildred, Dawson and Mrs. Fannie Newth have been Mr. and Mrs. L. B. \Vellcr and, daughters, Joan and, keslie. Mrs. George Hayjiie of Little £pek has bpen the guest of relatives and friends, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. \yhil«K.?r. Susan and Sill, h.ave returned to Co.rp.us Christi after a visit with Jhejr parents, Sir. and Mrs. Ni<r- jilgn Wjijtyker a.nd ftjir. Martin Git- Jljrjc. •* '» WHETHER the lovable Christnias gift puppy or kitten grows up to become a healthy, happy, affectionate pet, or a bad-tempered or sickly nuisance depends mostly on the new owner. Follow simple tips on diet and care to lnsu're :! that the new pet becomes a favorite member of the family. -,','.,. Diptheria Outbreak in Mississippi COLLINS, Miss. (AP)—Parental apathy toward diplheria immunization has resulted in an outbreak of the disease in south central Miss.isippi, thei.^Stale, .Board, of Health warned" tbday. Dr. 'Dorward Blakey, director of preventable disease control in tho Slate Board of Health, was in Collins this week to direct large-scale control measures in Covington and surrounding counties. Two deaths from diplheria have been reported in Covinglon County and a Negro high school has been closed as a result. Dr. Blakey blamed complacency of parents toward immunizing their children as the major cause of the outbreak of diplheria in the area. Health Department records show Hint until November, tho total number of dipthcria cases remained al unusually low level... Dr. Blakey faid because of this "thousands of parents ignored public health appeals to immunise their children. ."But any sense of complacency was rudely broken by the explos i iye. outbreak of the disease in Simpson County before Thanksgiving." Cites NAAGP for Aid to Negroes CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP> — Excluding Ihe church, the National Assn. for Advancement of Colored People has done more for N^ga;c\e,s,,lhan any other organization in the world, J. Ernest Wilkins',; Negro member of the President's Civil .Rights Commission, says. He was the principal speaker at an NAACP-sponsored •Eimancjpa- tion Day program yeslerday. Allhough the emancipation proclamation was signed long ago, "emancipation was not freedom," Wilkins said. The proclamation, he said, was "merely a first stage in the long, tedious and many times discouraging struggle to achieve it." VYoii never achieve anything by Girl Killed in Plane Accident AUSTIN, T-ex. (APJ-A youn," girl was kilJecl and throe members of her family injured ns her father, Capl. H. M. Hunt of Stui- Anlonio, attempted a forced landing lato'losl night near here •'Dead was Martha Hunt, 11 tho Cepurtmcrit of Public Safely savd this morning In a serious condition at Brcck- enridge Hospital here was Hunt. Harris Hunt, 7, was listed in n satisfactory condition. and tho wife and mother was listed in a fair condition. All were taken Io Brockenridgc Hospital, The Deparlmenl of Public Safety, reporting the accident, said the Hijnts were en route to Brooks Field, San Antonio, after altuocl- ing the Cotton Bowl game yeslor- day in Dallas. The crashed plane, which DPS said apparently ran out ol gasoline, was a fcur-pluce craft. The crush occurred on the Phillips ranch, 12 miles west of Kyle, Tex. Tho Hunts formerly lived al Blytheville, Ark. Pv. and Mrs Ted SmiU'.v uud .aimy roturutid tu tlifir home in iW} P-^y- Ql5W,, o» Tuesday i- g visit vvJUj JJ.PF parents, fi|r. an 800-yoar-okl idol from the Shon- fa TempJe near Peiping sits in cross-legged tr-anquility. Your Magic Circle curves (US 90) 'through a land of oil, sugar cane and shipbuilding to Morgan City, where a shrimp boat is enshrined in the parkway that divides the main street. Gaiety comes in September with the Louisiana Shrimp Festival a n d colorful "Blessing of the Fleet" ceremonies. Turning north al the French town of Thi'bodaux, your next objective is off State Highway 1. and onto State -J05, which isn't 'even mtmtoered on 'Louisiana's own map.) For 17 miles of green pastoral (beauty, this newly blaek-loppod rpaxl winds along at .the foot of the Mississippi Hiver levees. High a- ibove, Cat cattle graze on thu clover-covered fiuban-kments; on the otho-r side of the road are magnifi- rant plantation homes, old and jie>w. Outstanding is Mulberry Grove, which is not open to the public. If the lime allows, Jh.tTo is another fasciiuiUug Mttgiu Circle trip north lU.S. lili out of Baton Kongo to Audubon Memorial Stale Park. Louisiana has preserved Oakley Plantation where Audubun served as a tutor for the owner's daughter and where he painted the first of his famous birds and wildlife pictures. Here he had tb.e time tmd inspiration Q( natural wood- and buawy that changed his life j yud gave him the courage to go ,ah,e.ad with th.e art for wiclj lie is nmy world rawwned. Legal Notice PROBATE COURT NOTICES Notice is hereby given that the following Executors, Administrators and Guardians have filed their Annual and Final Settlements with the Probate Court of Hempslead County, Arkansas, for approval and confirmation, to-wlt: First and Final Settlement of Lena Drake, Executrix of the Estate of P. J. Drake, deceased, I lied December 10, 1958. j First and Final Settlement of Huful L. Clingan, Administrator, of the Estate of Mae Jamison, Deceased, filed December 19, 1058, j First and Final Settlement of: Talbot Feild, Jr., Administrator; of the Estate of Henry C. Brunson, > deceased, filed December 10, 10.%'. I Final Settlement of Rufus D, i Wolff, Executor of the estate of Houston Beryl Wolff, deceased, filed December la, 1058. Final Settlement of Hinaldo Soot-' (.•r, Executor <,f tiie estate of Emma Sooier, deceased, filed December' 31, 1958. Animal Accounting of Sybil L. Sherman, Guardian "of the estate of Bruce Shelby Ford, an ineom- liled pecember 13, 1958. Final Accounting and Settlement ol O. B. Green. Guardian and Administrator of the estate of Mrs. I.ou Hyatt, deceased, filed December 30th. 1908. And all persons interested in the, above named estates are ordered to come forward and file excep-1 lions if any they have within sixty I iiiO) days from the dale said set-j liements were Hied, or they will be U'rey,er barred from excepting said 'apeoiinis or any item thereof-. J D. Turnage i Probate Clerk of I Hempst.ead County, Jnn, 3, IDS!) silence," Wilkins wo.nl on.' "In 1959, this nation cannot exist half slave and halt free—nor with first class and second class citizens." He said he. thinks "the day is coming when our young people should not only have equal opportunity, but the same oppoitunlty." The speech at n Negro church followed a downtown motorcade of decorated cars. respectable nnd ,-cr into 'trotiiblB .but Ihelr ideas are bad. AVhal 'can 1 do to Ret them Io slop or is II Hist a singe lhay are going' ihrough? — Just a Pal. , I Dear Pal: How do you know what goes on in their minds? If, they say nasty things to you, ii'.s "President- Approves New49SrarFlag GETTYSBURG, Pa. (A P)—President 'Eisenhower gave final approval today to a new -19- star American flag. But the design, with a <l!Hh star for Alaska, still wr.s kept secret. The approval wns yivcn at a mooting of the President a'ul four Army Quarlermaslcr Corps representatives at Eisenhower's Gettysburg farm. The new flag will he unveiled nt ii White House ceremony nl noon Saturday. The President also will issue a proclamation Alaska a stale. boiler. Smokoy Says: rw- BURN UP T»6, , PCW) WIIOdEORTIIE .rOREST./.'X 1'liMiso You, the Merchant... You advertise. Why? To talk with people about, your merchandise? To keep your store name before people as a reminder of your services? To create store traffic? Whatever your objective, your advertising message must be exposed to a responsive audience to be productive, .Our circulation audience? Well, people in our audience pay to get a copy of the paper— that's an indication of voluntary response. Just how responsive are the readers of our paper? Our A,B,G,-audited circulation figures will tell you how many copies are sold, where they are gold, how much readers pay, and a host of other Information, Ask to see a copy of our latest A.B.C, report. ^^^^HP^BBB> ^SBB|P^ ^H^HH^' ^^BS^ Star •The Audit $u.mv .pi .Circiilatjofli Is 3 non-profit cireiil$t!<?«! auditing Bssoi'iation \yhose represeutsitives !*§ul},rjy yjsjt pjf>^eJc gybjish.e/s.' :. 0 .,^"/_.-. !1 - te5 *"•i<'&& report &i ivailablV'tS Wlereste4

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