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J*jti it, if61 MOM ITAH, MOM, AtKAMIAI ThffM Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar MJon "day, June 12 The June meeting of the Baker , . , , sociate members please attend. win, spiritual chairman; Mrs. Garrctt Story.homes chairman; 'Mrs. C. M. Agce- Blessing tic*. ' After the pledge service wffch was conducted by Mrs. W. C. Miller, refreshments were served to 20 members. By*rs— Mentfomery Vows ExcMrtfed Miss Nellie Byers, daughter of and Mrs. T. D. Byers of The Hope Division of Licensed, un = — —~<...^i | Practical Nurses will meet Tuos-jHope, and Kenneth Montgomery, HO Club has been postponed unlil I day, June 13 at. 7 p.m. in thc'son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace 1."£.' ,. w ch - tim .° ll :_ wil ! meet I Community Room of Ihe First Na- 1 Montgomery of McCaskill, were . irv the home of Mrs. Paul Holt. The Club Family Social will be held at the Fair Park Monday June 12 at 7 p.m. Ann Wollcrman Circle of irst Baptist Church will I: meet on Monday June 12 at 7:30 Kin the home of Mrs. Clyde Os- llborn. tional Bank. Mrs. Ray Loomis. R.N. president of Arkansas, will be guest speaker. All practical nurses are asked to attend. united in marriage Saturday evening, June 10 in the New Hope Baptist Church. Tuasday, June 13 The Hope Country Club Ladies wim Brunch will be held Tucs- Ifay, June 13 at 10 a.m: Brunch l be served at 12:30 with Mrs. ck Watkins and Mrs. Jack jaroner hostesses. The Wcslcyan Service Guild 1 of the First Methodist Church will meet June 12 at.7:30 |?ln the home of Mrs. E. P. O'Neal. The Builders Class of the First. [Baptist Church will meet Tue.s- I day, June 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the I church library. Members and as- Elder Merlin Cox was the officiating minister at the doublc- The Guernsey Up and at 'Em 4-H i ring ceremony. Music was rcn- Club will meet Tuesday, June 13, j clered by Miss Jennifer Smith, at 7:30 at the home of Mr. and .cousin of the bride, at the pinno Mrs. Ravenscraft. I and John Allen Moss of McCas- - I kill, vocal soloist. Miss Sandra The Kathleen Mallory Circle of 'Byers, cousin of the bride, light- First Bablist Church will meet Tuesday, June 13, in the home of Mrs. Orville Taylor at 7:30. Thursday, June 15 Chapter 328 Order Eastern Matinees Daily at 1:30 Saenger THEATRR It's Always Cool Here! •'*URRY — ENDS TONITE Nearsighted Mr. McGoo Cartoon Carnival • Starts Tomorrow • Come a-Runnin' if You ,Wanf to See a. Real Goodie! N TOW CURTIS. 'GREAT IMPOSTOR ARWO'CQNIIU Candid Mike Bugs Bunny Cartoon Star will meet Thursday night, June 15, at 8 p. m. at thc Mason| ic Temple. All members arc urged lo attend. Golden Wedding Anniversary For Mr. and Mrs. Kinser Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kinser, Jr., of North Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Park were hosts lo relatives and members of the wedding party for the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and ccl the candles. Thc bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a traditional white wedding gown. The full skirt was trimmed with scallops and a lace panel insert. It had a scoop neckline and long sleeves. Her veil fell from a tulle band, and a strand of pearls was the only jewelry worn by thc bride. She carried a bouquet centered with a white orchid. Vows were exchanged before an arch of white candles flanked by baskets of white gladiolus. Miss Cloyce Williams was the maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Misses Elizabeth Smith and Carolyn Byers, cousins of the Mrs. Thomas Kinser on June 7 jn bride. Their pastel dresses were Ihe home of the guests of honor, made in similar fashion. Miss Wil- Yellow calla lilies and burning | liams wore orchid, Miss Smith yellow tapers centered the dining j blue, and Miss Byers pink. Each table where a tiered wedding carried a nosegay of pink carna- cake and frosted punch were ser- lions. vcd by I'hc couple's grandciatigh- j Master Tommy Miller, cousin of tcrs, Miss Sherry Lynn Kinser of! the bride, was the ring bearer, 'North Little Rock and Miss Mary For his best man'the bridegroom Lou Park. chose his brother, Lavclle Mont- Throughoul Ihe homo appro- gomery of New Orleans, La. prialc decorations were seen to 1 Groomsmen were Dean Byers, carry out thc Golden Anniversary''brother of Ihe bride, and Gilbert Ihemc. These included yellow ear-l'Honeycull of Houston, Tex., cou- nalions. sin of the bridegroom. Following Ihe ceremony a small reception was 'held in thc home of "Improving Our Personality" Was the theme of a talk given by Sue Montgomery when the Sweet Home 4-H Club met Friday nighl, June 9. Bobby Brotherton and Janice Floyd gave interesting talks about their trips to Camp Clerfork. The devotional was giv- members made plans lo enter the livity Day, A hayride and wciner roast was planned for the second Friday night of July. Rerfeshmcnts were served to 14 members and 7 adult leaders. Coming and Going Mrs. C. J. Weiscnbcrger had ns guests this weekend, her daughters, Mrs, Elsie and Mrs. J. E. Huckabcc and daughter Darwin of Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Duke and Peggy and Mrs. J. W. White have returned from a vacation trip to Los Angeles, Calif., where Ihey visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Duke and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Duke. Mrs. R. H. Ragan O f Greenville, Tex., was here for thc weekend with her sislcr, Mrs. R. L. Gosnell. Mrs. Vclma Collier returned home Friday from Wadlcy Hospital in Tcxarkana. Mrs. F. B. Ward and children of Joncsboro, La., visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy week. Card during lust Miss Donna Byers accompanied 'Mrs. Lois Grecson and Mr. and Mrs. Elggy Taylor of Arkadclphia on a vacation trip lo California, where they will visit relatives and do some sight-seeing. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Justus and 'Lynn of Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. May in Washington. Circle No. 3 W. S. C. S. Has First Meeting Circle No. 3 of W. S. C. S. held its first meeting of thc church year' in the home of Mrs. Edwin the bride's parents. The punch and the tiered wedding were served by Mrs. Archie Smith, aunt of •the bride, and Mrs. James 0. Mil- Ward, Monday afternoon, June 5.! Icr, the bride's cousin. Mrs. Gil- Mrs. Ward, Circle leader, pre- bcrt Hone'ycutt of Houston, Tex., scntcd the following chosen offi- that will serve with her; cers Mrs. C. D. Lester, Asst. Circle leader, Mrs. M. E. Garanflo, scc- roatry; Mrs. W. C. Miller, treasurer; Mrs. F. C. Crow, program chairman;; Mrs. Annie Er- hail charge of the bride's book. When Ihc couple left for a wedding trip, 'the'bride wore an orchid suit with lavender and black accessories. They will make their new home at 406 Michigan, South Houston, Tex. JUNE DRESS SALE These 2 Styles and 5 More From Our Summer Cottons Reduced This Week Only Bobbie Brooks DOROTHY DIX Mother and Daughter Both at Fault By HELEN WORDCN ERSKINE Dear Helen: 1 found n note my She's 18, he, 17. She spoke about being in his room and controlling herself, but for how long was a and couldn't keep her mind on anything else. She must slop seeing this boy, of course. But I don't know what to do about thc nolc.'If I show it lo her father, he'll kill her after reading (hat part about sex. t knew she went to this boy's home, but understood bis sister was there too. His mother and father don't live together. I doubt my girl has really done wrong. She's sweet, quiet and pretty. The boy is more of a kid. He has a car and that's it. Can you help me? —Sue's Mother Dear Sue's Mother: This could be a crucial moment in the rcla« lionship between you. and your daughter. Her complete confidence is necessm-y it you are to help her. Opening her mail or surreptitiously prying into her personal correspondence is no way to win her confidence. You have both some Tossing up to do: She for letting you assume that all was as it should be at tho boy's home; yo u for reading that which was intended for another, At 18 she is no longer a child. Have a hcarl-to-hcart talk with her. Tell her you are Sorry you rend the letter, but make it clear that you expect an apology in return. Toll her that only by utter frankness on both sides can you help her. Explain that adolescents arc apt lo mistake thc biological urge for love. Speak as her guardian, and not as an avenging angel. I jrco no reason for showing the letter to her father. Hand it to her to destroy in your presence. By so Sheriff Junmie Griffin is attend- doing you will regain her confidence. Had you that confidence in the first place she never would have gone as far as she did. Dear Helen: What Is a fair amount to p;iy my family for room and board? I am the young- degree of Bachelor of Science in Education. Her major was Bus! ness Education., in which graduated with honors. she Flowt;r Fresh Colors Don't Miss This SALE I-' Regular Price 9.98 NOW 6" Save 2.99 per Dress. EASY TO CARE FOR KATYA COTTONS Sizes 5 to 13 •"• ; iiliSMijikn? ., — "—" ~_^— —_ \ ..... -j . v « » i LADIES Shop the tow Down Rack New Style, Added ALL Reduced For Clearance ing the National Sheriffs meeting in Little Rock. Mrs Jonnie C. Burke arrived in Mope Sunday for a visit with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gilbert, and Beth. Mrs. Burke was one of the spring graduates at the University ^ selves that they are filling many Arkansas where she received the of their own needs and offcrhiC /•lrtfTt*/m nf D,. ,,U „! i-n« . , , w increasing competition for American exporters in other world markets. Also, as many American exporters complain, the resurgent European and Japanese industries are offering increased competition in markets light here. Our exports are still riding comfortably above our imports and thus helping lo offset other dollar payments overseas that caused a dollar deficit and a loss of U.S. gold 'in thc previous three years. In April both exports and imports stumbled a bit, both down 2 per cent from the impressive March level. Exports were slight-, ly less than in thc like 19CO month, and imports much lower. U.S. producers arc being warned to expect a drop in European imports of some manufactured goods and some foodstuffs because of increased local production or because of tariffs. But the over-all outlook may not be that bleak. In a report on European markets, the Chase Manhattan Bank of New York predicts today that U.S. manufacturers and exporters can still find increasing markets there, if they look for them, despite thc trend toward self sufficiency. European industry will neecj lo import more raw materials such as metal ores, basic chemicals and raw cotton. Also, highly industrialized nations tend to exchange manufactured goods that re superficially thc same. The lank points out that the United Hates both exporls and imports a argc number of electric motors, -•omponent parts and finished Soods. cst, the other children bnvc married. My dad averages $15,000 annually. I make 65 a week and lake care of my own expenses, including courses at a nearby college. I plan to marry next year and am saving for Ibis. Though grateful to my parents for all they have done for me I feel their do'- mands for money unreasonable. If I were spending money foolishly 1 could understand. Would you suggest a sum for room and board you feel would be reasonable to them and me? —M. s. A. Dear M.S.A.: Thc Young Wrtm- cn's Christian Association, which caters to girls in your income bracket, charges from $12 to $14.SO for a room awl breakfast and dinner six days a week. I nm always sorry when the question of money arises between parents and children. U should be given lovingly when needed, bul never demanded. From what I sec the children who have been helped thc most give the least. Dear Helen: 1 love ir boy who goes steady with my best friend. He and 1 were graduated from tho same high school this month and attend the same church. Would It be right for me to come between them? If not, 1 shall enter a eon- vent. I can never care for another ' )y in the same way. —Confused Dear Confused: If you mean make a play for the boy, certainly not. He, not you, should take tho aggressive. As for entering a convent because of unrequited love, even. your church would be opposed. Quit moping and get on with living. Send your problems to Melon Wordcn Erskine. Be sure to enclose a stumped, self-addressed envelope and address her cure of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "Puppy Love." Officer Dies After Fight With Three WAUKESIIA, Wis. (At>) - A Wnukeshn detective and two of Ihrce men lie was attempting (o take lo the.police station Sunday night were slain in n fiunfifihl Hint broke out in a moving nulo- mobile. The body of officer Gcorou Schmidllng was dumped from tlio speeding car half n block from the police station. A squad cur took off in pursuit and curbed (he vehicle aftor n four-mile chase. Police Chief Moody Walters said that tin- body of Edward Parker, 2!), was on thc rcnr scat James McKnrland, «I2, was in tho front scat, wounded. He died n few hours later. Tho uninjured driver, Walters snid, was Jnmcs Cm-others, -10. All arc from Milwaukee, 20 miles east of Wnukc- slut. Del. Lt. Robert Gnct/.clmnn said Cm-others told officers Uwl Schmidling, no, hiul ordered llus three to drive to thc police station for questioning and the shooting happened so fast "i don't know what happened." Cnrolhers niiil lluil on the Mary Margaret Daniels returned to T. C. U. Tuesday to attend the summer session of study. She spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Daniels. Mrs. George Dodds had as her guests at the Riverside Lodge at Narrows Lake: Mr and Mrs. R. L. Ponder, Jr., and sons, Wcath- crford, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sparks and children, Hobbs, N. M.; Mrs. Charlie Griffon and children, Rogers, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Graham, Mr.ar.d Mrs. children, ot first time in years that the entire family had been together. Julia Peck,Sherry Hankins.Sue Ann Smith, Suzanne Sommcr- ville and Carolyn Yarbroiigh, all I'JOO graduates of Hope High School, are attending the first session of summer -school at Ouachita. Sam McGill and Hope. II was the Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Hamilton and thc Buster Rogers family of Tcxarkana were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamilton, in Tulsa, Okla., Ken and Dcnisc Rogers came home with Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Hamilton and arc now visiting them. Mrs. Billy Fred Johnson visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith Thursday night. They were joined at supper by Carroll and Kenneth Smith of Waldo. In thc evening Mrs. Roy Rogers, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Duke and daughter of Indiana, Pa., were visitors. CD Hoi Claim* of $1.6 Million CONWAY, Ark. (AP)-Thc stale Civil Defense office here has received claims totaling $1,650,091 from 34 counties for damage cnusc'l by floods and to'nadoea in May. President Kennedy designated !iO counties rts disaster areas and allocated $000,000 in federal relief funds. The Civil Defense office will h,wc lo decide who will get how much of the money. Boofie County filed for $213,000 and its county scat, Harrison, asked for $02,000. The Harrison business district was heavily damaged by n flash flood May 7. body, Cat-others slipped under the wheel and drove away, the survivor was quoted as saying. Wallers sold that Parker and McKarland both Imd served terms- in I he stale prison. He Identified Carolhcrs ns a brother-in-law of McFarland. to tlic station, Parker suddenly drew a weapon and shouting, "This is ill You've had it-" began firing at (he officer DO- sitle him, Schmidling drew his own pistol and killed Parker. Cm-others scid. Goel/.olman said that McFarland, who was driving, apparently was hit in the exchange mid stopped the car. They pushed out Schmidllng's iDorothy Dix is a registered trademark. Released by The Boll Syndicate SPRAYERS Row Crop and Pasture Sprayers Now Is thc Time to Buy — AT — PORTER Implement & Gorago 3rd St. Phono 7-2767 Ask for a Demonstration Tri-State Your NATURAL COLOR Studio again offers their S-7 portrait* for only .... |,oj , „ Man. 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The big industrial gains in Europe and in Japan—helped along by U.S. foreign aid—have offered a market for American producers of raw materials and machinery The industrial boom there hai been one reason that in the first four months of this year our commercial exports were running ui an annual rate of $20.3 billion, ot 8 per cent higher than iu the previous year. Now (he Europeans and thi Japanese are doing so well them Twenty yeare ago, most serious il Inesses required confinement in bed for at least six weeks ... and thc chances for recovery were considerably less than now. Besides loss of work and wages, there were usually hospital and medical expenses. Today, for many diseases, a few capsules or tablets put you on your feet within a week. Ward & Son Drug Co. Courttiy — Service an<| Quality 124 i. Second St. Save Twice at CHILDS .. Low Prices plus S&H Green Stamps BLOSSOM FRESH Wheat Bread Broccoli Spears Kroger Frozen Kroger Frozen French Fries... 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