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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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Jure f, if M HOFI STAR, MOM, ARftAMIAI Phons 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. nday, June 12 Calendar Wo The June meeting of the Baker HI) Club has been postponed until J"ly t -at which. time it, will meet Jfij.Hje home of Mrs. Paul Holt. J'C.cClub Family Social will be •J e d fat the Fair Park' Monday, Ju ie 12 at 7 p.m. ( ,,W, 'S. C. S. of First Metho- dist Church will meet in its union meeting Monday, June 12 at 2:00 at the church. The Ann Wollerman Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet on Monday June 12 at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Clyde Osborn. Tuesday, June 13 The Hope Country Club Ladies Velda Says: . . . Polls tell us Mr. McGoo is the most popular cartoon star — So we've put together a near sighted cartoon revus — with Four McGoo Cartoons. Starts Sunday Saenger THEATRB Adults . . . 60c Children . . 75c Matinee Every Day Filmed in the Towering Timberlonds — Here's a Big, Big, Outdoor Hit in Color! EXTRA - EXTRA — America's Favorite Funny Man — in a weak-eyed Cartoon Carnival — Four Big Cartoons Starring NEAR SIGHTED MR. McGOO CARTOON CARNIVAL Swim Brunch will be held files- day, June 13 at 10 a.ifl. Brunch will be served at 12:3} with Mrs. Dick Watktos and Mrs. Jack Gardner hostesses. ' The Wesleyan Service Guild No. i of the First Methodist Church-will meet June 12 at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. E. t*. O'Neal. DeAnn 4-H Club Meets The DeAnn 4-H Club met on May 29 at 7:00 at the chibroom. The meeting was called to. order by Jimmy Carver. The devotional was read by Linda Roberts and the roll call and minutes were read by the secretary, Becky Willis. Plans for the trip to Camp Clcarfork on June 5-7 was discussed. The meeting was then adjourned untli June 12. Homemakcrs H. D. Club Has Meeting The Homcmakers H. D. Club met May 23 in the home of Mrs. Coy Breeding. The devotional was given by Mrs. Breeding. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Cecil Me- Corklc. The cycopener "Its in the pot" was given- by Mrs. Leo Hartsfield. Roll call was answered by "My most difficult problem in Flower Arranging." The demonstration "Flower arranging" was given by Mrs. David McKec, Home furnishings leader. The president, Mrs. Arch Smith, conducted a short bushvess meeting. Refreshments of assorted tidbits and cold drinks were served by the hostess. The June meeting will be with Mrs. George Hartsfield. Prescott Districts of ASNA Meets The Prcscoll District of the Arkansas Stale Nurses Association had a meeting in the llcmpstoad County Memorial Hospital on Tuesday evening, June G. A re port was given by Miss Fay Loomis of Prescott on "The While House Conference on Aging." A discussion' of the subject was held and a film cnlillcd "Slops of the Aged" was shown. During the business meeting il was decided to dispense with the rcgulai meeting in July. Coffee and cookies were served for refresh ments. Mrs. Robert Bell Honored With Pink and Blue Shower Mrs. Robert Bell was, honorcc with a pink and blue shower j when a local bridge club me! with Mrs. Bob Kellam on June 7. Spring flowers were in .the home, and the guest of 'honoi was presented a corsage o glads. She also received many For Father's Day or... Whatever the Gift occasion. .. make the gift Samsonite Horizon The Luggage With Hidden Greatness (Hidden strength,,. hidden locks!) IADIES WARDROBE THREE-SUITER •* \^ Referral Petitions All Filed LITTLE ROCK CAJ)-Pctitions refer the congressional rcdis- icting and railroad lookout re- eal acts of 1961 to a popular vote ere filed Friday with the secre- iry of state. 'Referral petitions on another DOROTHY DIX Six Little Girls on a Fence By HELEN WOftOEN IRSKlNf ~ 961 act—creating a Motor Vehi- e Commission—were filed Tues- ay. The fillings will suspend cffec- vcncss or the acts until the elcc- on when on unfavorable vote ould kill them. The referral of the rcdistricling nw may create confusion in 1962 ongressional races. The six Aransas House members—who face battle for four scats next year— reeled news of referral with cau- ous comments or no comment Vednesday. Rep. Dale Alford of the 5th Dls- rict said, "It has been my posi- ion all along that this IB a matter or the people to decide. Rep. Jim Trimble of the 3rd Dis- rict took note of a suggcslion by tale Rep. G. D. Smith Jr. that ic state be split into north and outh congressional district with wo congressmen to be elected om each. "This is a new idea and I'll have o ponder it," Trimble said. "But apparently will take an act of he legislature." Smith was one of the leaders in he campaign to refer the rcdis- ricling act which — in effect — lividcs territory of the 5th and th districts among the old 1st, nd, 3rd and 4th districts. It would place Alford and Rep. Vilbur Mills of Kcnsctt into one istricl and Rep. Orcn Harris of Jl Dorado and Rep. Catherine Worrell of Monticcllo into another. Trimble and Rep. E. C. Callings of West Memphis would not lave another incumbent in their listricts. Gainings said that if Wednesday levelopmcnl results in an at-large •ace, "a lean, lanky man from cast Arkansas is going lo be campaigning all around the state " Alford also saiH he would be ;lad to campaign slalewide. Harris said the two-district proposal was new to him and he had no comment, cither on it or Ihc Dear Helen: We are six teenage girls who , have chummed around faithfully for two years. One of our group deserted five months ago. Peg goes with two boys, but not steady. Boy number one comes from a wonderful family, is tall, dark and handsome and lives in another town. He dates Peg one night a week and loans her his ear for Saturday shopping, Boy number two comes from an equally fine family but isn't much for looks. Peg borrows 'his car week-day afternoons. He squanders money on her, takes her howling or to a movie then they pnrk in his car till midnight or later. She calls us a bunch of squares because we refuse to park with boys but we'd rather be called squares than lose our good names We date Tuesday, Saturday or Sunday and make our dates bring us home by 11:30 because we have to be up early for work. The other nights we spend together either bowling, at a movie or shopping. Once a week we go to each others' homes to play records. Are we wrong and Peg right? —Six Teen-agers Dear Teen-agers: You are right provided you don't let smugness overshadow virtue. Peg is to be pitied rather than condemned. Even though she has deserted you girls — you stijl should not desert her. Prove your fricndhip by supplying the love, understanding and wise counsel which she evident ly docs not get from her parents. Point out to her that she hurls only herself by these reckless midnight parking rendezvous. As playing one boy against the other, that's her business, not yours. Send a stamped, self-ad- Weather Continued from Pugg On* west: Partly cloudy and continued warm this afternoon, tonight and Saturday with scattered afternoon or evening thundershowcrs.llighs today upper 80s central, tnkl to high 80s northeast, high 80s southwest. Lows tonight mid 60s central, low to mid OOs northeast, mid to high 60s southwest. Southeast: Partly cloudy and continued warm this afternoon, lo- ilght and Saturday. Scattered hundcrstorms this afternoon nivd scattered thundcrshowcrs Satur • day. Highs today in the t)0s. Lows onighl mid to high 60s. Northwest: Clear lo partly cloudy and warm this afternoon, onlght and Saturday. Highs today in the 80s. Lows tonight low o mid 60s. ARKANSAS: Fair, little change Methodists Continued from P«g» On* Westside, Ralph E. Hole; Chidcs- ter, W. R. Johnson; Columbia, John Curtis White; El Dorado Centennial-Bethel, P. D. Alston; El Dorado St. Luke's, Ernest E. Hays; Emerson, Bcnnio Gray Jester; Harmony Grove, VVaymon vice gifts in a basket decorated with pink and orchid ribbons. Bridge was played in Ihc cven- ng al Iwo lablcs. Prizes wenl lo Mrs. Billy Wray, Mrs. Monly Wonts, and Mrs. Thad Hawkins. Pink and blue cookies and minis, as well as sandwiches and punch were served, carrying out Hie theme of the party. Births Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Kylcr, Jr., of Russellvillc announce Ihe arrival of a daughter on June 11. She weighed OVfe Ibs. and 'has beer.' lamed Martha Jane. Mr. and Vlrs. H. 0. Kyler of Hope arc the paternal grandparents. Coming and Going Mrs. J. C. Carllon is home from Dallas, Tex., where she visited the C. A. Yonlz family. dressed cnvlopc for "Teen-Age Code." my leaflet Dear Helen: I am impressed by the answers you give. They are sensible, sincere and frank, but always kind. Although 411 years old, I feel that I too, should like to try my hand at writing. But if I have any talent at all it is strictly "raw clay" and would need cultivation. Do you think it more practical l.o take a correspondence course or just buy some books petition filing. Mills said he had no comment. Arkansas will lose two House seats in 1962 because of a population decline reflected in the I960 census. The act repealing the railroac lookout statute was presented by its sponsors as putting railroads on an equal basis with other par tics in damage suits. Opponents contended the law would make it impossible to gel a judgment against a railroad foi any accident, on the tracks, at •; crossing or otherwise. The old lookout law require; trainmcnt to keel? watch for anything which might be on the track ahead. The third act on which petition? vere circulated creates a Motor Vehicle Commission and gives egulatory a u t h o r i ty over the >tale's automobile industry. Donnie Vaughn left Thursd;^ night for Washington, D. C., lo visit his brother Larry. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Butler and children will leave Friday for their home in Lake Jackson, Tex. after spending the week with Mrs. Olcnc Spears and Aubrey O'Slcen of this cily and Mrs Bullcr of Springhill and other re latives. Mr. and Mrs. Kennclh Leslie* of Woodvillc, Texas announce Ihe arrival of a daughter, Kalhryn Rencc born, Tuesday, June G. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. G. C. Leslie of Sprir.gdale and Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tarplcy of Hope. ANNIVERSARIES • BIRTHDAYS • FATHER'S DAY • GRADUATIONS t WEDDINGS On every gift occasion look to Samsonite Horizon-the luggage that's made to last. Beneath that trim but tough vinyl surface...is a new kind of rugged, molded shell—lightweight but super-strong! New, modern shape, too—and design (slim looking outside, amazingly spacious inside!). Hidden locks—smartly recessed so they can't pop open accidentally. Gome in and see Horizon b'y Samsonite today. In Capri Blue, Shadow Grey, British Tan. From -•- J< B WY C ' S8 > $1095 a JL^^fBeawiy • LADIES' O'NITE $22.95 LADIES' WARDROBE .... $34.95 21" COMPANION CASE . $22.95 THREE-SUITER $39.95 All prices plvi.'ex Lt. Col. E. T. Bricc has returned to the slates after a year's tour of duty in Seoul, Korea anc joined his wife, the former Eudora Hatcher, and two sons hero ast weekend. Afler visiling his •c!;:lives in OK'.ahomn. Ihe family l go lo his new assignment at Ft. Dix, N. J. L BROS. StARS INSTALLED c/irlii ^ bu»c fotj /Vto /ley • Imtelled • Central Air Conditioning t lathroom* « Wa««r Heaters Call tor Fr*« ff»tfmat** CATALOG IAIIS OFFICE 2U'/2 S. Main — Hope SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRE INSURANCE™ 0 ! in temperature northwest portion through Saturday. Partly cloudy with little change in temperature w i t li Rendered thunderstorms 'southeast portion ll.iis afternoon fliicl tonight find widely scattered thimdershowcrs elsewhere through Saturday. Highest, tmlny in the 80s. Partly cloudy and I warm through Saturday with scattered Ihumlerslunvers. Lowest tonight (i(i-72. Highest Saturday llti- 90. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE BV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Keel; Junction City, bale fiiffeej Magnolia, Welcome Bufteson; Marysville-Frcdonia, George C, Bailey; McNeil, G. 8. Pixtey, Strong and Union Rhodes Chapel Thomas La n c a s t er; Village, Charles E. Meessr; Waldo-Willis' ville, Clyde Swift. Hope—• Ashdown, Rayford L. Mfce; Bingen, Calvin Miller; Blcvlns, DcWitt W. Harbcrson; Foreman- Wade's Chanel, Omma L. Daniel; •Garland, Andrew J. Christie; Itor- atio, Earl DcVasier; Lockcsbtirg and Lockcsbtirg Circuit, J. R. Cftl- licott; Mountain View - Shady Grove, B. P. Mancss. Little Rock- Bryant-Mount Carmcl, Dcwey L. McCaulcy; Little Rock Douglass- villc, Edgar Outlaw; Little Rock Pulaskl Heights, Paul M. Bumpers; Litllc llock St. Paul, and study on my own? My inter- would be in free lance writing and short stories. Just now my only work is that of a housewife. —M. S. Dear M. S.: The chief value of any course in writing is discipline. We should all have some mastering dream in life. If the onging to write is strong enough within you, then let your inner self dictate. Discipline it only to the extent of setting aside a certain, definite ime every day for reading (this is very important) and writing. 5tudy the classics. Head current best sellers for contemporary style. Write about people and !>laccs. and tilings you know. Write, not for profit but pleasure. If the joy of doing is strong enough, it will shine through and eventually the cash will follow. Thank you for your friendly word about the column. If 1 succeed in showing the concern I feel for those who turn to me, then I'm, practising what I preach. Dear Helen: f have been going steady with a 20-year old boy who is the superintendent of his church. He neither drinks nor smokes. Me has a crippled hand and foot. Because of this, my parents don't like him. My father says he will put a stop to outgoing, steady. We love each other. What can 1 do? —Help Dear Help: An affliction can often turn into a blessing by bringing out the best in a human being. As in all things, the law of compensation is ever at work Charles Stcinmclz, Ihe great clec- Irical engineer whose inventive genius seemed superhuman, was a cripple. Ask your parents to be open minded and not pass judg mcnt until they really know y'oui young man, But make sure thai your own love is not colored by pity. Send your problems to Molci Worden Erskine. Be sure to en close a stamped, self-addressee envelope and address her care oi this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available, Albany, rain Albuquerque, clear Mlanla, cloudy lost on, cloudy Chicago, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, clear DCS Moincs, clcai- Detroit, cloudy Tali-banks, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy lonolulu, rain mlianupolis, rain luncau, cloudy Kansas City, clear <s Angeles, clotidy cloudy Memphis, clotidy Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mew Orleans, cloudy New York, cloudy Oklahoma City, clear 3mnha, cloudy Philadelphia, cloudy i'hoenix, cloudy Pittsburgh, rain Portland, Me., cloudy Portland, Ore., cloudy (J7 Rapid City, clear (I!) Richmond, cloudy St. Louis, cloudy Stilt Lake Cily, clotidy San Diego, cloudy San Francisco, clear Scuttle, cloudy Washington, cloudy M—Missing) 7r> !)0 ll!5 711 70 7;i II',] 70 78 70 1)3 81 III (i(i 70 (i!) (M 1)0 1)1 72 111! 7!) 87 75 82 101! 79 70 li,') r>2 (JO 01) no 02 !>2 Ti2 02 52 70 71 (iO •10 (M 50 60 0!) 71 52 70 M 00 02 (ill (if) 00 .1)7 .21 .45 .01 .08 .42 Inrtj Little Rock Trinity, George W. Martin; Little Hock Winficld, Joel A. Coper; Salcm-Congo, W. 3raska Savage. Monliccllo—, Green Hill, 0. E. Holmes; Her- nitage, T. G, l-'oss; Hickory ^irovery-Valley, H. 0. Richardson; Martin's Chapel, Waymon Mann; Portland, Doync E. Graham; Til- ar, Robert L. Rlggln; Warren ii'lrsl, Kenneth L. Spore; Watson- Kelson, C. V. Mnshburn. Pine Bliiff- Almyra-Point DeLucc, J, C. Van Horn; A 11 h c i mer-Wnbbnseka, Palmer Garner; DcWitt - Prairie Union, Charles McDonald; Gillett, George E. Rcutz; Grady-Trlnlty, D. .lames McCammon; Pine Bluff llawlcy, Eugene N. Gllliam; Pine Bluff Wesley, Charles E. Ramsay; Pine Bluff Whitehall - Rcdfleld, Robert A, Rcgnicr; Rison, W, W. Ban-on; Stuttgart Grand Avenue, Manuel E. Scott. !J2 11(1 WI 117 M M 112 fill , r i2 !i() 71 .011 .22 SO. OF HI-SCHOOL TONITE & SATURDAY Come as Late as 9:30 and Sec Both Shows! Two Action Full Hits First — Last Frontier of Terror in Blazing Color "OREGON TRAIL" —Emotions Explode — Lifo or Death Depends on One Man! "S 0 S PACIFIC" Starts Sunday Tony Curtis — Dean Martin Janet Leigh "Who Was That Lady" A Riot of Fun Trl-Stnt* Your NATURAL COLOR Stud!. again offers their 5-7 portrtlti for only .... 1.V5 . , Mon. June 26, Mrs. 12-7 MARCELETE'S Beauty Salon Dial 7-2774 Saenger THEATRE Tonirc - Tomorrow Two Good Shows I I Here's Exciting Adventure! POLICE DOG STOR JAMES MOWN MERRY ANDERS lilMiri HH» VNITEI MIIHS - PLUS ATTACK JOHN MILLS i SYLVIA SYMS 2 Color Cartoons, Too Late Show 11 P.M. Saturday Join the Fun Lovers — Also Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phone 7-3461 or 7-2879 Something to CROW ABOUT! Arkansas Poultry Princess Pageant KARK TV Channel 4 - Little Rock KTAL TV Channel 6 - Texarkana KFSA TV Channel 5 - Fort Smith KTVE T V Channell 0 - El Dorado Saturday, June 10 9:30 P. M. An exciting hour of entertainment Direct from Robinson Auditorium — Little Rock Starring Jane Morgan- Bob Crosby Ted Phillips & His Band and 16 Beautiful Finalists in the Arkansas Princess Pageant- Miss Universe Contest Presented by the Arkansas Poultry Federation

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