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Her• iTAR, MOM IETY *»hone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Henda 8 Thursday, The irempstcad Counly Wildlife ssn. will meet Thursday, June home of Mrs. Jack Watkins with Mrs. Jack Gardner hostess. Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Homer Jones was hostess „ .-..vnovntj", UI.UIA; 8 p.m. in the Courtroom of l ° a meeting of her Tuesday Ilempstead Courthouse. All Night Bridge Club on June 6. icmbers arc urged fo attend as business will be dis- nportant ussed. The B & PW Club will meet at which the circle leader, Mrs Pearl Owens and assistant leader Mrs. R. D. Franklin appointed their committees for the year and outlined plans; After a prayer of dismissal by Mrs. Ralph Routon, the hostesses served frosted punch and cookies to 12 members and two visitors. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. T. S. McDavitt, Mrs. Ralph Routon co-hostess. Mrs. Bill Watson was a club guest. There were two tables of 1 players. j When scores were tallied, Mrs.) Lloyd Guerin was high and _....., Tin, 4iivx<l, C*L " t> " v «w» MH It tlO I 14 t.,11 till VI Ullft, e Diamond Cafe Thursday, I Floyd Leverett was second high uno 8 at 7:00 for their regular; Mrs. Bill Watson won the game innci»mccling. There will be an ' islallation of new officers. The Fidelis Sunday School ass of First Methodist Church ill have a pot luck supper hursday, June 0 at 7 p. m. at Fair Park. All members are 'ged to come. . Monday, June 12 Thejjunc meeting of the Baker n Club has been postponed until Births Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leslie of Wooclvillc, Texas announce the arrival of a baby girl, born Tuesday, June 6. She weighed 8 Ibs. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tarpley of Hope and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leslie of Springclale. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kent returned Iheir son Cyril and Mtfzi The first meeting of the newly Po1k lo tllc Arkansn s Children's organized Circle 2 of WSCS was i Colony '" Comv£ >y Thursday. Mil- held in the First Methodist Churcli '" s ., P al ' m \ s - Mr - and Mrs. Minor at 9:30 on Monday, June 5 with '- 1 olk ' had bro "Shl the children Mrs. Johnnie Green as leader. prize. A salad plate and coffee were served during the refreshment hour. WSCS Circle 2 Meets . The following officers were ap- " •* • "-*-*» I'uoiiJUU^U III1U11 .,,,.„ , at which time it will meet! P° mtcd; Mrs ' Blair Shufford asst. 1 the home of Mrs Paul Holt l lcatlcr : Ml ' s - Slcve Carrigan, sec- ie Club Family Social will bc' rclary ' lrcasui% ci'; Mrs. George -'Id at the Fair Park Monday I Newbern ' Program chairman: inn 10 .,t n „ .„ Mrs. E. P. O'Npnl lincnitnlifv me 12 at 7 p.m. Tvwsday, June 13 Mrs. E. P. O'Neal, hospitality; Mrs. R. N. Mouscr, blessing box Mrs. Ralph Smith and Mrs. Dale i u caucl y i *J UHc lo — •«•*.»•—«j»«» uiinvii LIIIV* IT;, i o, uu it Thc''Hope Country Club Ladies wils ?"' Telephone; Mrs. Cora vim Brunch will be held Tucs- ty, .U(ne 13 at 10 a.m. Brunch ill fee' served at 12:30 in the Jamison, cards and Mrs. Jimmie THEATRE TONITE ONLY • Speed Thrill Show OST DRAGSTRIP HOLLOW" — and — 'WILD RIDE" A Special Treat!! • FRIDAY - SATURDAY HEY KIDS - Win Cash Prizes — Barrel of Money Fun 2 P. M. SATURDAY! — ,and This Swell Show — Cook, minutes • After the freshments were members. reporter. 2 service, served lo 14 Circle 6 of WSCS Meets Circle 6 of WSCS of ihu First Methodist Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Steven Bacler. The program was operal with prayer by Mrs. Bob Tur.ncr, pre' sident. Mrs. Arch Wylie presented a pledge program "Open our eyes that we may see." Those Polk, here for a visit. Mrs. Bill Brashicr and Mrs. B. B. MePhcrson returned last 'week from graduation exercises at the Kansas City Medical School Where Dr. Don Brashicr received his medical degree. Mrs. W. A. Williams is visiting I this week with relatives in Miss-' issippi. When she returns she will accompany Mr. Williams to Los Angeles to sec their daughter Miss Jacqiic Williams and will lour several western states. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ingnim Jr. and Kent of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Fells Hart of Baytown Texas visited relatives in Rosston this weekend. Youth Blamed for Newsboy's Death RAYNIIAM. Mass. (AP)-A 1(3- year-old youlh was booked on a murder charge today in the kill- Si nig of a ncwspaperboy with a rock Tuesday. IMst. Ally. Edmund Dinis iden- 1871 Arkonio* Bond Worthless LITTLE ROCK (AP)-An 1871 Arknnsos bond is just waste paocf now. The said lified the youth as Richard Wil-i w - liams of Raynham. Police Chief Ind ' Russell Reid said Milliams admit- attorney general's office Tuesday in an opinion to !. Watldcll of Indianapolis, that the slate Supreme Court had ruled unconstitutional the low authorizing (he bonds ami thai they now are null and void. It snid the bonds are worthless — "mere waste paper." Wnddoll said he had been nsked Tr!-Sfa»« Your NATURAL COLOR Studio again offers their 5-7 partralti for only .... 1.9$ Won. Juno U, Mr*. 1J-7 MARCELETE'S Beauty Silon Dial 7-2776 The cropped coat in all-Amcrlcan wool may be narrow or wirto this «»ri«.r eft) has tricky, bow-ticd neckline. Short coat with width (riS) SI % line, raglan sleeves and trio of big buttons! fi ' DOROTHY Father, 45, Seeks Romance By MELEN WORDEN ERSKINE lion. ~j~^ ,...„,. „,, , 11UJ av;l ;. J.UUM; Miss Lela Jo Leslie of Wood taking part were Mrs. Clco Smith | v '" c ' Texas is visiting her grand Mrs. Norman Moore, Mrs. Jack; Parents, Air. and • Mrs. Charles and Gardner and Mrs. Badet Refreshments were served lo 16 members and a guest, Mrs Benjamin Hyatt. Girls State Delegates Honored A party was held in the Fielding home when Sharon Fielding, Pam Aslin and Dcnnie Hefner, last years delegates to Girls State entertained this years delegates Monday at 3 p.m. Those entertained were • Suzy Booth, Ginger Bowden, Tina Pilk- inlon, Penny Franks, Jan Rein- harcll and Ann Ward Circle 1 WSCS Meets Circle 1 of the WSCS of First Methodist Church held its first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. H. 0. Kyler, with Mrs. S. W. Warmack co-hostess. Mrs. E. P. Young Jr., new president of the WSCS was present and conducted the pledge service, after ITCHY SKIN HOW TO CHECK IT. IN JUST 15 MINUTES, After using ITCH-ME-NOT, get 9 Cop Smashes City's Toughest Mob! starring JAMES BROWN MERRY ANDERS EARLY REDUCTIONS! BIG SAVINGS! Tarpley. Dr. and Mrs. Don Brashicr and daughter visited Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Bill Brashicr and other relatives this weekend cnroutc to Ft. Worth where he will do his internship. Don Browning Jr. O f L.R. spent the weekend with his grandpar- cnls, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Browning in Hope. your 48c back at any drug store if the itch NEEDS SCRATCHING. Apply instant-drying ITCH ME- NOT day or night for eczema, insect bites, ringworm, toe itch, other surface rashes. NOW at GIBSON'S REXALL DRUG STORE. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Daniels and Joyce of Bodcaw attended the graduation exercises last weekend at the U of A where Jimmy Dan iels received his BS Degree in Agriculture. Angola Can Elect City Councils LISBON, Portugal (AP)— Portugal has decided to restore to restive Angola and other overseas provinces of Portugal the right to elect municipal councils. The government has appointed the, councils since 1940. Overseas Minister Andriano Moreira, in anouncig the decision, said the switch will restore old traditional principles that wcro suspended due lo special condi- lions in World War II. Doors Open at 9 Sharp! — — «_ —_ -^v mm ^ maa^rnu •• w ^^ AR-AWAY! Special Reductions on Summer Sportswear Received for the Seasons Selling! Bermuda Shorts! Jamaica Shorts! NOW Blouses! Culottes! Priccd! Tapered Slacks: CHARGE IT AT PENNEY'S! 2"-3 .99 CIRL'S SPORTSWEAR REDUCED! B ond • Skirts! Blouses! Culottes! Slacks! \ .99 2 .99 Dear Helen: When I was very young ours was a poor bill happy family. Then my father began to looke elsewhere for romance. He took me along when ho went out with other . women. His relationship to each was that of a. lover to his girl. Mother welcomed him back with forgiveness in her heart. Three years ago an oil company set falner up in business, supplemented by family loans. It was then that my parents' marriage really began to wither. The blight is a blonde. 2fi-ycai old divorcee with n fi.yo.-it- O k son. Workers at his place of busi ness report his goings-on wilh the blonde tramp. The whole (own i. talking. Mother can't eat. or sleep is 44 and looks it. Father is 45 and looks 30. My IH-ycar-old .sis irr and 14-var old b,- 0 thor sav him kissing the blonde. Ho laket my two youngest brothers, age 4 and !), on outings with her. Whei mother lolls (hem not to go thcj curse and hit her, as docs 0111 falher. Mother threatens to have if on with father and the blonde, nov his bookkeeper. Father says he will kill mother. No one can tall to him. He lives and cats n 1 home but is in a separate roam What advice can 1 give moth or? —Diespairing Daughter Dear Despairing Daughter: lour problem is not unusual—it might be called the "great American problem," There is no easy answer Psychologists (ell us that many men, approaching middle age feel a compulsion to assert thcii youthfulncss by finding a new romance. The fact that your father looks 30" may indicate a com pulsive effort to slay young, by caring for his health and in other ways. Men in this stale are close to being psychologically ill. Your mother has several possibilities. She can seek a divorce or .separation. Or she can understand that her husband if-: ill and bo its kind and forgiving as her heart, allows. And she should be encouraged to keep her looks, dress well, and be as cheerful as possible under the circumstances. Your father may recover—most men do—and by keeping allrac- tivo she may speed it. Dour Helen: I'm a 17-year-old •boy who gets good marks and has varied interests, yet not one of the girls in our. high school is remotely interested in me. My favorite activity is chess; and my efforts to start a chess club in our class appealed to no one but my German teacher wilh whom I occasionally play. 1 try to be like "one of the boys," though not interested in the mccha-nic.s of cars. How can I attract the girls? —P, J. Dear P. J. : You're loo good. Loosen up. Any boy who concentrates on chess at 17 is old before his time. Take up drums or saxophone instead. Join a dancing class:. Be your ago. Dear Helen: There is a boy who likes me but 1 don't like him. If I'm seen in this odd-ball's company I will be classed as a creep. To make matters worse, 1|> gives the impression we are going steady. I'm loo young to go steady. What can I do? —I. B. Dear J. B.: Nod and keep on going. If he phones, a.vk your family to gel (he message. Shoudl he call, luve your mother see him for you. He'll eventually take the hint unless, as 1 suspect, you secretly like this odd-ball's alien- SEARS INSTALLED <-/wltci ici *• c Fuo /Vto'ic y t Inttdllvd Heating * Central Air Conditioning * •athroomt * Water Heaters Call for Free fsf/mafes CATALPG SALES OFFICi 216'/2 S. Main — Hope Send ynur prolik-ms lo Helen Wonli'ii KSKINE. Do sure lo enclose ;i slninpc-rl. self - ndrlreF.si'd envelope and address 'her care of (his newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Wrilc for "Philandering." ' . . . . Dorothy Dix is a registered ti (A Bell Syndicate Feature) Students Keep Up Rioting in Tokyo TOKYO (API-Thousands of Socialist-led students and workers kepi up demonstrations in Tokyo today, demanding Hint an antivio- lonce bill shelved by the govern- menl be killed outright. . Prime Minister llayato Ikoda was'forced into rclrcat by strong opposition from' upper house members of his own Liberal-Dcm- omitic Parly following riols In Tokyo and Kyoto Tuesday night in which ,(100 or more demonstrators and police were injured. The prime minister, anxious to quiet dissension before his visit to President Kennedy later this An estimated .17 million Anier-1month, abandoned plans to force jeans depend on tobacco products 11 he measure through the Diet be- for all or some part of. their live-''fore its session ends Thursday, iihood. The ' Socialists, Japan's No. 2 led the'slaying. The victim was James Maurice, 11, foster son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Bemis of East Taun- lon. .j , ( •••"•«** »"«"»in.iii\*nc(\i i ivi-it i jnrvi;(.i .Reid said the youth, who lives ilo bring suit against Arkansas lo near the slain boy, told him I hoy collect I ho $r>00 bond plus" corn- had an argument and he picked i pound interest. He did not identify up a lO-potnul rock and struck [the bond holder, the boy in the face wilh it Waterworks Co, Asks to Borrow LITTLE HOCK (AP) - (loneral Waterworks Corp. of Philadelphia, Pa., which operates in several Arkansas cities, Tuesday asked I he Arkansas Public Service Commission for authority to borrow $42 million. The P.SC set a June M hearing dale on the mailer, which officials said would involve a long-term sinking fund involving several insurance companies and a J'ciin- sylvaia bank General Waterworks operales in Batesville, E n g 1 a nil, Kord.vce, Hamburg and several oilier Arkansas cities. The firm would use ,$10 millio.n for construction, with the oilier $2 million lo go toward paying short term noles and financing Hie new issue. parly, wore not satisfied and demanded that the bill lo si amp out political rioting be wilhdrawn. Their campaign appeared lo bi> losing sleain, however. Although (hey called for ;i. r .,()0() lo march on the Diet today, only D.fiOO union member* and ;i,MO extremis!, students turned out in .si-paralo groups. SO. OF HI-SCHOOL • HURRY - LAST NIGHT "THE THIRD VOICE" — and — "GHOST OF DRAGSTRIP HOLLOW" • FRIDAY - SATURDAY Seo Both Features After 9:30 Two Action Full Hits • FIRST - Last Frontier of Terror in Color "OREGON, PASSAGE" John Ericson Lola Albright — Then Emotions' Explode j- "s; o. s. PACIFIC" Adults Kids Free En PASTEL C®Sors j&j TALC *1.00 MARLIN John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Second & Elm Sis. Phone 7-4616 ON SALE THURSDAY. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Bottle of 100 Fast Pain Relief. Economy Size 1-ounce bottle Reg. IL'OTH PASTE With 31 c size Free-both 69c Full zipper closure CLUB BAG More durable and scuff resistant than leather. Lock and ££89 key Old Spice Shave Lotion $1.00 Faberge Woodhue Men's Lotion $2.50 Remington Rand Rollamatic Electric Razor $19.95 Yardley's Shave Lotion $1.50 20 ALVA TRANQUIL Non habit forming For relief gm QO of nervous | 5rO tension •& TYPHOON LIGHTER Tests proved more WINDproof than other brands SUMMER TRAVEL New Gold and Silver Tone i Finishes! S&H GREEN STAMPS With Every Purchase a* COX'S COPPERTONE SUNTAN LOTION #127 #620 #120 WALGREEN Ail Purpose FILM c Plugs into 12 Cigarette Lighter Bottlcj Warmer |79 Plastic bottle $1,25 Vaseline "THE FiKST AID KIT IN A JAR." White Petroleum SQUIBB MINERAL Tasteless/ odorless/ and ^^ ^^ r;on'?f:-;fen:ng jjf IOSC a PINT I* IB M Si U IK 10 U IS I « IS II, Ifl U M 14 «i| H 14 IS :* f* isj :. •*. - I " * D K I) H K

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