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' * mM^MMm^m^^l^K:^, y;!»*t f - * k »H'.0 '," „''") "i, *'-*" if' 1 Vi f^jij^V.r, "''To'-* 'J\'^^^r^'i^S^fC/^'i Saturday, JanU'Wy 17 fc j Th<THop'e Jayeettes Will have a' Story * ttour at the Hempstoad County Library on Saturday, San, J7 for children In the first, tei'ond find third grades Mi". J, B. Martin and Mrs, Julius 'Adams will toll the stories from lo to 11 o'clock. ^Monday, Jan, 19 Circle No, 5 of WSCS of First Methodist Church will meet Monday, Jan. ID at 7:30 p, mi in-ihe home of Mrs. Vic .Henderson with Mrs. Catherine Jones as co-hostess. The annual OES banquet honoring the worthy .grand matron, Mary M'assey, will be held in the Mfcivate dining room of the Diamond Cafe Monday, Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m. with Hope, Bradley and Stamps as co-hostesses. Immediately following the banquet a meet- Ing Will be held in the Masbnic Hall. Tickets for the /banquet may be purchased by contacting Miss Jack Porter or Lena Maryman. The Hope Duplicate Bridge Club will meet 'M'onday, Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. J. M. Riffle, 1106 S. Elm Street. Tuesday, January 20 /.The American Legion Auxiliary unit No. 12 will meet at 7:30 p in. Tuesday, Jan. 20 at the home of Mrs. Cecil Weaver, 214 S. Spruce with Mrs. Rachel Edmiaston as co-hostess. IM'rs. Victor Cobb will be in charge of the program on "Civil Defense." thimble ,<5lub Me«ts ' Mrs, W, 6, Sentry - The Thimble Club met with Mrs, Wi C. Gentry on Jan. 15 and made plans for a /birthday luncheon to beheld in the home of Mrs. Dew ey 'Baber on Jan. 22, Colorful greenery Was used at points of interest in the Gentry home, where 10 members gathered for -an afternoon of handsvork and conversation. The hostess served a dessert plate and coffee. Hope Shrlners E.lec* Officers At a business meeting of the Hope .Shrine Club on January 14, officers for the year were chosen. Elected as president was Paul VV, Klipch, Jack King will be vice- president, and Webb Lasetcr, Jr. will serve ,as secretary-treasurer, Ambassador's Sunday School Class of Garrett Memorial Baptist Church svill meet on Tuesday; Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the homo of Mrs, Olin P.urtle with Mrs. Sam He vis as co-hostess. Brookwood PTA Meets In School Auditorium The January meeting of the •Brookwood PTA was held Wednesday in the school auditorium. ©The meeting was opened with the showing of the film "The Challenge." After which the group was led in prayer by Mrs. "W. O. Beenc. During the business session, Mrs, Brown -announced there would be a talent show next week to benefit the March of 'Dimes, Mrs. Bob Turner, Mrs. Latterly and. Mrs. IF/red IMcEtroy. wore elected lo nominate officers lor the 1959-60 school year The pro^•am • was then turned ^ver'' to %Jes. Jim McKcnzie, who gavo a very informative talk on "Todays Children — Our Concern," A .general discussion 'followed, Mrs. Ba'ber's and Mrs. Fuller's room won the room' count. Klnard Home Scene for Hope Council of Garden Clubs Meeting The Hope Council of Garden Clubs met in ithe home of Mrs. Loyd Klnard on Thursday, Jan. uary 15, Her home was very pretty with arrangements of ea'rly spring flowers. Mrs. Billy Dan Jones, Council President, had charge bf the business meeting. As vice-president, 'Mrs, Kinaid read" the' iminutes in the absence of the secretary, Mrs. Jim James, Mis. J. C. Alchlcy, treasurer, reported the total receipts from ticket sales to the Holiday Homes iPilgrimage in December were $267. All the clubs express appreciation to the pubjic lor making the .pilgrimage a success. The council members agreed to urge their clubs to make and wear March of Dimes co_rsagcs during this month. -A Flower Show in early Spring was discussed. It will be a Daffodil Show, sponsored by the Lilac and Iris Clubs. In late Spring, the iDafCodil Club will sponsor a Hnt Show. After the business was concluded, ten members were served cot- fee and light refreshments by the hostess. AfkaMas, u and: while; 1 heftr, Uie t v kave\6owft th6 seeds of" dissension and "discord.' ," , Little Sack's inie-grritibri crisis '-still UinfeSolVecP *-- f1arfcd, s wheii Oov, 6>val £, Fatibus sift-rounded Central High wilh state "gtiar'ds' men who prevented the entry of nine Negro 'students. The gutii'db'- men Were Withdrawn after a federal coOrl enjoined Faubtis from Interfering with integration and tho Negroes entered under* federal troop guard, Rather than See the school integrated again last September, Faubus closed all four Little flock public high schools, The, Arkansas Mouse yesterday Voted lo record the findings ot tho education committee In the House Journal after they were made public, * Melrose HD Club Meets in Home of Mrs. J. M. Hockett Melrosc Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 13 in the home of Mrs. J. M. Hockett with Mrs. J. F. Mangum as co-hostess. The devotional from Psalm 121 was given by the hostess. "Good Thoughts for the iNew Year" and prayer was 'by Mrs. Mangum. -Roll call was answered by 9 members and 1 visitor telling the best clothing buy they ever made. A short business session was presided ove'r by the president, Mrs, Otha iRobcrts, during which the following leaders were selected: Scrapbook chairman, Mrs, Jewell' Still; 'Health-Safety, Mrs, Sam iBetts; Recreation and Rural TONITE &SAT. SAENGER Continuous From 12:45 Saturday Big Action & Laff Show Bowery Battalion Winter Weather * ' ' -,' ""i 1 * s Continued From 'Page; dnc '' the mist' began ' lifting >' in tho morning. Burlington, VI., had three inches of snow, Snow also fell from the Great Lakes southward into parls of Alabama. It ranged up to five 1 inches in the upper Ohio Vallev Gusty winds and ^tingingi cold slapped the Midcontlnent. Temperatures dropped to -1 in Milwaukee, -2 in Molinc, 111., -3 in Bismarck, N.O., and -11 in Mln- ncapolis-Sl. Paul. The lowesl on Ihe Weather Bureau's list was -24, recorded in Hibblng, Minn., and Fairbanks, Alaska. Snow also fell from the mountains of Washington State cast- ward to Ihe northern Rockies Temperatures of 15 degrees below zero and lowpr were reported in northern Minnesoto and east crn North Dakota, with similar marks indicated in parls of. South Dakota and Wisconsin. Temperatures dropped as much ns 30 degrees in most of the area from the Ohio Valley southwestward into the southern plains. It was freezing in Arkansas and western Tennessee and' ! near the 32 mark in parts of Mississippi Heavy snow accompanied the cold in parts of the upper Ohio Valley, western New York and northern New England, with three* inches in several sections, Snow flurries .fell throughout the Great Arts, Mrs. J. 'M. IHockett; H. D. Relations, Mrs, >Lyle 'Allen; 'Clothing, Mrs. Otha Roberts; Home 'Management, Mrs. J. F. Mangum, •Hdme Furnishing, M'rs. Virgil 'Huckalbco: 'Food & Nutrition, Mrs. Monroe Willis and Mrs. Mart Yocom; Home Grounds, Mrs. Jewell Still, The year books for 1959 were distributed and 'Mrs. Wylic explained some of the new features of the Ibooks. Mrs. Wylie also ,gave tips on sewing man-made fabric and the correct way lo care for our clothing, The surprise package was won by Mrs. Jewell Still and the game prize by IMrs, Otha Roiberts, iD c I i c i ous refreshments were served to those 'present, The next meeting will be in tho home of Mrs, Virgil Huckabee. theater The. telephone rings. It's* ah invitation to dinner, a small party or the the that evening,. It's last-minute but then,' many invitations are. What's a' to do? This g-irl (left) is, ready. And she'doesn't need a suitcase full of ..„ cessories to get her, fronij office lo date.* With minutes to go, she strips 'off her old make-up (center) and applies •• fresh. Here, she's highlighting eyelids and lashes with petroleum jelly. It won't rim, smear or rub off, Off comes the" •'- ,- * &< «*. jacket of her Empire silk surah dress (right) and she's* ready* for* th,Q.,evcnln£» > >• • '",)She'll add fresh white gloves from a box in; her desk but otherwise, she's fin t y" no need of dramatic, time-consuming (ricks. She uses much the saine'lechnicjue '> ' » si for dates mado in advance. And she never -wears a date dress to the office. - - ' %» IH Council to Discuss Wage Proposal PLUS , , . , COMEDY & COLOR CARTOON LATE SHOW SATURDAY 11:00' P. M. 2 Jet-Fuel Hits Coming apd Going Mr, and Mrs, Graydon Anthony Mrs. Bill Rbuton and son Ralph, Mr, and (Mrs, W. W, White and Mr. and ' Mrs. Horace Anthony were among those attending funeral services for Mrs, George Porter Bass in Hopeville, Jan, 15, • STARTS SUNDAY " COACH SHANI RED RIVER Now Sea the Picture that is the nddqddy ®t them All ,,,,,, Gregory Peck Jean Simmons Carrol Baker Charlton Heston Burl Ives THE BIG COUNTRY In Flaming Color •Mr, and Mrs. Graydon Anthony; Mr, and M'rs, Bill 'Routon and son Ralph, were dinner guests of Mr. and'Mrs. Garland Anthony of Hopeville on Thursday, Kenneth Kinard of E] Dorado was a visitor in Hope Thursday. Mr, and Mrs, Harry Shiver attended the weeding of Miss Paula Kay Fowler, daughter of Mr, and 'Mrs, C. F, Fowler of McNeil to. Louie Shiver, son of Mr. and-Mrs, Ernest Shiver of Magnolia at the First Methodist Church in Magnolia on Jaiv 15, The winter months, wilh woolen clothes and indoor heating, make frequent use of a deodorant essential. This girl uses on« that sponges on the liquid in seconds. DOROTHY DIX Tell the Freeloaders There's "No Vacancy" Mrs, Chcd Hall left Thursday .for M'onte Vista, Colo., to meet her new grand daughter, who born ^o Or, and Mrs, John t UTf WQtae NEWS Tims - 4:48 - g]Q§ Persona! Mention Friends of Mrs, Ah'in Hobenson Will be phased to know she has returned to Hope and is doing nicely after Ibemg hospitalwcd in WadJcy Hospital, Texarkam with a byokcn Births pr, an4 Mrs. John L. Stewart of Rfonte Vista, Colo., announce the arrival of a daughter, toorn on Jan. 15, The maternal grand motlv py is Mvs. Che4 (Hill of Hope. Four years ago 1 married a widower with two grown daughters. Tsvo years ago tho older girl came "home," as she calls it, to have another baby. She stayed here 10 months, without paying for anything; although her husband make.s $400 a month. He has decided to go (back to college in the fal land they aie planning on coming back here .with three children. My husband's younger datngh ter, who is 24, lives 'home and doesn't pay board'. Their father wa's in detot when I married him; He's retired on a small pension and I'm working to support three of us. ,1 don't see how I can take on five more. All I ask is that they pay their w^y. My husband says, lie can't stop them froj-n corning und, won't ask for board.' I've taken much, to keep peace but I'm at the limit of endurance now. — Nellie G. Pear Nellig: Arm yourself with an. impressive list of figures showing income and outgo, and present IhetTi to your stepdaughters. Show' them, m iud and whitu that yoij can't feed eight people on th^ Scime amount that has barely fed. three. Tell them they will have to meet th edifferuncc. Since thu family grocery toil! dtpends on you, you must keep in good health, so you^can continue earning eno- ugli to pay it Point out the fact that if you get sick the burden must necessarily fall on them, if they are members of the houser hold. Most people will get away With anything Ini'y can bul when confronted with some good sense, they became res>i)onsib]e You and your husband have just been let- too much. Thursday was a surprise,On .Wednesday negotiators Ihe company and union STATE MANAGER Claud L. Watkins, announces that Frank Middle brooks, local representative for Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society, will attend a special school, at the home office headquarters In Omaha, Neb. on January 18. Dear Dorothy Dix: For the past two years I've had a crush on Kenny but we've only been dating for two months. I'm Just crazy about him and now he's gone to the Yukon. At last I realize how much 'I love him. I'd like to go steady with him but he's too shy to. ask me — >fan, Dear Nan; Going steady wilh a boy in the Yukon would be quite a trick. He isn't shy; just prudent. At 15 you wouldn't want to be pledged to a boy so far away, would you? Correspond with Kenny :i£ he asks you; his lotler* could be interesting travelogues. But don't get serious about him until ho comes home — if he comes home, Russian Envoy Continued From Pago One, and practical method. But his mention of possible other methods—his first such suggestion in years—could introduce a degree of flexibility in the U.S. position in case the Russians scriou.Hly want to negotiate. State Department officials said Mikoyan's cross-country .lour appears to have been a great success from the Soviet viewpoint, But they huvo found little evidence of a real Soviet willingnuss lo make any concessions lo solve the East-West dispute over Germany, CHICAGO (AP) — The lornnlional Harvester Co, Council meets today lo approve or reject a proposed contract agreement to end n long and costly strike of 37,- t!()0 workers against tho fnrm im- plcmenl firm. The council's recommendations, in turn, will be presented lo each of the Harvester locals for final action. Tliu council, composed of u dele- j gale from c:ich of tho Harvester locnis, meets timid reports of dissension among LTAW negotiators concerning the pact, hammered out after weeks of bargaining: Reversing a .previous announce- inenl, the UAW nogolialins tcajn Thursday said that after a mti- lonly vole by its members it will recommend rejection ot the sclllc- mont. 11 did nul amplify Iho statement. The majority vole is binding. A s I i 1 I r conficlenl Harvester spokesman said the company fully expects the council to accept Iho agreement. The UAW negotiators' dccUion to 1 ht^vo rbadhe'd". dgVec'mcnl on'/a^'t throe-year contract,,,,,, ,,„»" % ^, t j ^ Tho new wngo flgrep^crit'called*^ for nnniial pay Incretisos'of o cenl/s,,j*ij| un hour qr 2Vz por. cent,, which-'^il ever is greater, during thd'three-',,*£; year contract, "W'agcs 'averaged -K%^| *'' KK an 1iour Under the old -"•" ~ "**" tract. According, lo igenoalogical tlslics, if you went back 31 gen- J ; 7 cralions you'd rlncV'yp'Ct 1 had-t*f,«a •l,20'l,007,20 ancestor^,." .' ' •" ' ' -^ Dear Dorothy Dix: ; !4y girl friend is forever criticizing my clothes. J have nice things, keep them cleaned and pressed and don't know what she has to find fault about —• Ginger. iDear Ginger: Re-read the fable of the ion and the grapes. Your girl friend has n case of sour grapes, Does she dress as weH as you do or keep her things as nice? If not, maybe you could help her. If you cqn help a friend, overcome a fault you have parn- ed the nqme of friend. DISTINCTIVE . ... "Headline News' 7 For 1959 FASHIONS — COIF, CURL & COLOR FOR YOU, DIANE'S BEAUTY SHOP JEAN — EDITH — DIANE 204 S. Main Pho« 7-3118 Someone you-.know have a new baby? 'V 'Congratulate them wilh a from our complete selection v * u - f~ Vard & Son • .Courtesy • Qu'ality • Seivlce !02 West 2nd Phone 7^292 Hope Negroes Will Keep Voting WASHINGTON (AP) — Atty, Gen, William P. Rogers says lie hopes Negroes will keep trying to register and vote —• even it they have been turned away In the past. Those who have been refused voting rights are reluctant to try again, Rogers told a news confer- once. But, he added, "I hope that Negro eligibles will get over this," Rogers said the administration's new civil rights proposals lo Congress wi] linciude a request that the JusUce Department bo given direct subpoena powers in connection with voting invebtignlions He declined to say anything elsu about the piogram Dear porothy Div I'vn 15. Whenever personal questions qre discussed in school, I'm dumb. My mother refubes to answer questions or tell me anything about sex. Don't you think I should ting the daughtcib gut away with! be told? — Julie. ^Pet^r Julie. Since you aren't being told, read. Many gnls have the s.ame problem and I have pre* ruin pared, a list of books that cover hospital NQtg§ Mrs. Royce Jones of Hop,o. Qi&hiirqesl; Jr^i Turner, Washington; Mrs. lioyce Jones, Hope. Lester of IBJ11 Watsw. m. 4, Hop.e. Mrs. iMaude Muttie aright, Jiop.c; flonory an,4 Mrs. Wetswi. Lukes mixture of snow and and some fieo/me »a>" Jugliwoys und strccLs in New York s>ljtc and s across wobtein Pcnns-ylvanm uuu West Viiginm SunilJi conditions in new EngUiud driving warnuias were jjind wcie The of .snow or rain was impeded to continue into ilu Middle- Atlanta states, but changing to Miow in most sections .'» poldor air moves tnto the rogmn Fairly mild \\e-uthcr prc\dili-U, m sumo jit as i-List of llu- Appalachians, with tivmpiM'aturcs in U)i : upper 60s as noith as> not everything you want to know. Be ipg told- 'by mother is bettort ot course, but i>ome mother* just are not arti9ulate when it comes to discussing sex Send 4 stamped, self addressed envelope for my •leaflet "Sex Education Foi Teen- The books mentioned are expensive and art icadjly available. Dear Pp^othy PI,V J (MH, }? year* old and go with ,Vboy tl^c same age. I a»k him to get dressed up once in a while so we can go somewhere but he ivev- ejc dp t es. 411 I see him m i» ia\ realize that you just can't sit home all the lime — Helen C. 'Pear Helen: For his own sake the boy should Ic'iim to be well groomed. Employers take a dim viesv of young men who look for jobs in jeans if he hasn't enough interest in his own future to dress for it, write him otf as experience. Saysi SPECIALS BROWN EGGS 3 - tltt EXTRA FANCY GOLDEN DELICIOUS ROME BEAUTY Lb, CA I KA rAINV-T UU APPLES SWEET POTATOES Lb, C. B. RUSSEll GROCERY 9.01 W, 3RD PR 7*9933 BHIH^^ HH '(BPP^ (MB ^M^^ ^^^ 41 ^iff^F 9ft B^v ^RHB ^^^H! NOW GOING ON \ BARGAINS GALORE! : , <f$ -4* tw w « , .!>. •»«•)*** * * i* " * hcniiiiions BQQK & SIFT f&ONTST,

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