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, June IS, 1f61 HOU ITAi, MOM. AUKAMiAi Phone 7-3431 Between 6 A. M. and 4 P. M. ?f Twasday, June 13 The Woslcyan Service Guild fco. Of the First Methodist jChurch will meet June 12 at 7-30 |in the home of Mrs. E. P. O'Neal. The Kathleen Mallory CireJe of l First Babtist Church will meet Tuesday, June 13, in the home of Mrs. Orville Taylor at 7:30. «Thc Builders Class of the First laptist Church will meet Tues«y- June 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the «i«ih library. Members and as- ||ciale members please attend. 'Ipc Hope Division of Licensed Practical Nurses will meet lues- m/, June 13 at 7 p.m. in the [.Community Room of the First National Bank. Mrs. Ray Loomis. l.N. president of Arkansas, will ^ guest speaker. All practical ? Tl ;scs arc asked to attend. a( Guernsey Up and at 'Em 4-H P will meet Tuesday, June 13, /:30 at the home of Mr. and Thursday, June 15 Chapter 328 Order Eastern Velda Says . . . Our 50 ton cooling system is making our own weather . . . and it's Cool!! 3aenger THEATRE Matinees Daily at 1:30 ' • Starts Today • See his escapades with love as six different ^people ... All true, too HIS TRUE-LIFE STORY MAKES. FICTION S£EM TAMEM -,. TONY CURTIS ™GREAT * MPOSTORI : matting II — ALSO — CANDID MIKE BUGS BUNNY CARTOON Summer Vacation Movies free Wednesday Tarzan's Fight for Life" I1DIXJ7 DRIVE-IN On Hicmway 29 South Va Mile from Hope Hi • TONITE 7:45 • , New ... and First Run fit STARTED PORE THAN IJUST TECHNICOLOR' -.'" •«•"»»• ***unii>*. UOHN IOREN CHEVALIER GAVIf Star will meet Thursday night, ; June 15, at 8 p. m. at the Masonic Temple. All members arc urged to attend. Ann Wollerman Circle Meets The Ann Wollerman Circle of th First Baptist church met June 12 in the home of Mrs. Clydc.Osborn with 11 present. Annie sue An circs presided over the business meeting. Mrs. M. S. Bates pre sented the program "Teach Me to Pray". Others on the program were Mrs. Aline Johnson, Mrs. R D. Haynes, Mrs. W. T. Baber and Mrs. Horace' Fuller. The devotional was read by the group. A delicious desert plate was servet by the hostess. Annie Sue Andres will be hostess at the next meeting. Evening Shade Good Neighbor Club-Was Meeting The Evening Shade Good Neighbor Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Herbert Elam, with 10 members present. The meeting opened with the group singing "I Want to Be a Worker". Mrs. Herbert Elam read the devotional, Psalm 11. Mrs. Morse, secretary, read the minutes and old and new business was discussed. Secret pal gifts were given out and games were played and enjoyed by all. Refreshments were served by the hostess and the meeting was adjourned to meet in July with Mrs. John Hacklcr. Mrs. N. B. Coleman Hostess to Guernsey H. D. Club The Guernsey Home Demonstration Club met in the home of Mrs. N. B. Coleman for its monthly meeting. The meeting was opened by the president Mrs. Troy Burson. "Let Wax Do the Work" was the monthly eye opened demonstrated by Mrs. Coleman and Mrs. Burson. The devotional was given by the hostess followed by the club prayer and creed which was repeated in unison by the members. Each member answered the roll call by his favorite color combination. The reading of the minutes and treasurers report was given by Mrs. N. B. Coleman, Secretary. After the business meeting, Mrs. Burson and Mrs. Coleman gave the program which was on color schemes and color combinations in decorating. During the social hour the hostess served delicious peppermint ice cream, cold drinks and coffee. W. S. C. S. of First Methodist Church Meets The W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist church met in the church sanctuary on Monday, June 12 at 2 p. m. with the president, Mrs. E. P. Young presiding. A Missionary Hymn was sung with Mrs. Rufus Sorrclls at the pinao. The Lord's Prayer followed. The p£gram chairman, Mrs. Max Bolar presented an interesting and informative program on "Problems of Refugees". She was assisted by Mrs. Billy Wray, Jr., Mrs. Lloyd Girerid, and Mrs Bob Hendrix. The treasurer, Mrs. fl. „ Broach, presented the budget to the new year which was adopted It was voted to change the Urn from 2:00 p. m. to 9:30 a. m. dur ing the summer months. Mrs. R B. Moore gave an inspiring de votional based on Excdous 23:9 She closed the meeting wit! prayer. Smittle Family Holds Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smilllo were hosts for a family reunion at their home on Saturday, June 10. Among those attending were Mrs, John Divine of Columbus Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. RobcH Smillle, Bobby, and Debbie oi. Forrest City; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Smitlle, Lynn, and Nancy of Fay eUeville; Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Smitllc, Sharon, and Steve of Orlando, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Tcrral Whetstone of Shrcveport, La • and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McGcc oi Hope. Friday Bridge Club On June 9 Mrs. R. V. Herndon was hostess to a meeting of her Friday Bridge Club. Besides the club members other guests were Mrs. Jack Ambrose of Roswell, N. M., Mrs. K. G. Hamilton, and Mrs. Tom .Wardlaw. Two of the guests, Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Ambrose, were the High score winners. Roses made Pretty decorations in the home. in- an ar- The two tables of players were ,„- vitcd into the dining room during the refreshment hour and wcro served a dessert plate and coffee trom a table centered with i-angemenl of hydrangeas. Coming and Going Mrs Lorcnc Jordon and children, Buddy and Melissa and Mrs lorn Trout have returned from visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Burleson ami Mr. and Mrs. Nuel Law « mco m Joshua, Texas. Misses Ann Hcrrclson and Kay Lee of Arkadclphia arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jones. Leaving Monday for Balesvillc to attend a Synodical Training School for the WOC (Presbyterian) were Mrs. Lynn Harris, Mrs. Herbert Cox and Mrs. T. H. Seymour, Joth of Fulton, and Mrs. Bill Ettcr of Washington. Mrs. Louis Howard, Randy, and Icrcsa Ann of Dallas, Tex arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coop. During the Presbyterian Ccn- ennial celebration Bill Lawrence of Carthago was the guest of his laronts. Dr. and Mrs. L T awrence. Mrs. Joe Polk and Joe Alan Fif i D'Orsoy Wonts to Ploy it Straight By BOS THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Fifi D'Orsny, (he saucy Parisiennc who has never seen Paris, is hoping folks will forget her as the French bombshell. "I want to act, she says. "I want to do all kinds of roles—big ones, small ones, old girls, not-so- old girls—I'D d 0 anything. But everybody thinks of me as the French bombshell. I've got to get rid of it." That will he the neatest trick of he year. Fifi in repose is like a icking bomb; you never know when she is going to eplodc. Dramatic acting is the latest urn in Fifi's long career. She can be viewed tonight on NBC's Thriller playing an irritated land- ady. Not a spit curl, not even in "ooo-la-la." Fifi's'problem is not only bcat- ng the bombshell tag. She also s dealing with a new generation >f producers. Incredible as it ccms, some have never heard of Fifi D'Orsay. When she did n Perry Mason 'V show, a young production aide sked her to spell her name on he telephone. She did so and dded: "If you haven't heard of me, ask your mother. Or better el, ask your father." Fifi D'Oreay is one of those en- uring names, of show business, 'he endurance is surprising when •on consider how little the film ublic has been exposed to her. Her heyday was 193-32, when she lade a series of movies at Fox. "I was Will Rogers' discovery," he said. "He happened to re- ncmbcr me from vaudeville. Vhen Fox needed a French girl or 'They Had to See Paris,' he old the studio to send for me." Fifi, who prides herself in al- ays speaking the truth, was instructed by the studio bosses to tell reporters she was from Paris. She was a French-Canadian who never been across the pond. She maintained the masquerade for months unlil an astute reporter named Hubbard Kcavy pinned her down. DOROTHY DIX Sharper Then a Serpent's Tooth By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: Why are children heartbreaking, thankless such ^ ^ lot today? I was boriTand reared in this town and have many real friends. In recent years, because of my invalidism, the number more than doubled. When one of my sons married, these friends, over 200 strnog, came bringing gifts in appreciation of the many things I'd done for (hem when in better health. 1 come from a family which has always been devoted to one another so among these gifts were priceless family heirlooms. My daughter - in - law gave most of them away and didn't so much as write a thank-you card. This was most awkward for me. My son was t might to be grateful for any kindness shown him. Now, he and his wife arc not only ungrateful hul indifferent. My husband and 1 have been invited to their home but once since they married. When we do drop in to see how the children are they treat us like strangers. 1 am heartbroken over the whole business. — What-To-Do? Dear What-To-Do: Shakespeare said "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!" But don't blame your son too much. A wife can be a strong influence, either for good or bad. Your insensitive daughter- in-law may change ns the years pass. Be realistic. Accept the situation and go on with your own life. There arc compensations, 1 Think of your many friends! Dear Helen: I am a boy 12 years old, with four sisters and one brother. My parents arc so good to the girls but treat me and my brother like cast-offs We can't even have good blankets on our Dollar Drain Apparently Is Better By SAM DAWSON AP Bu*lntst News Analyst NEW YORK (AP)-Thc gold barometer currently is registering better weather for I he II S Kennedy May Be Doing Too Much .By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - President Kennedy's rest these past few days with his aching back gave him time to wonder whether he is trying lo do too much by himself. He is a must-do and must-sec kind of president. jn his case it means rending the English pound. four But financial observers stress that the change is in the weather, always a temporary thing financially, and not in the long-term climate. That is, they expect the British o ride out the buffeting of the pound by the current squall line of international currency turmoil. And they warn (lull the dollar's roubles of last fall could return, unless the nation's fundamental and still continuing financial problems arc solved. The current situation is pleasant enough for the U.S. dollar. The outflow of gold which reached a climax last October with a sharp but short rise in the world price for gold has been brought to a halt. And the most recent statement shows that the U.S. gold hoard actually Increased by $17.4 million in the week ended June 7. This was tho largest gain for nnl week in :w. years. This cut the outflow of gold for the year to date to $339 million. beds. The girls get cvcrylhi Litllc Rock wo f week for him t 0 ))c sworn jnto (ho navy prior to his entry into the OCS at Newport, n.. I.. July Mr and Mrs. Scott DcLce and arn.ly of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs ill Iramim of Memphis, Tenn •ire -.visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robins. They were joined for the veckend by Miss Margaret Belts •ind Miss Jenny Belts, both of lexarkana. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Johnson, Jr. of Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Belts «ind George of Camden. Weekend guests .of Mrs. K. G McRao included Mrs. Jack Meek of Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Kcn- icth McRae of Delight. Mr. and Mrs. William McCrary of Lonokc visited Mrs. Maxfield came'f'bj;-j»'qu/tfmani • film J'L Electric-eye camera outfit '' ... of loiv, low cost! Everything you need to take pictures indoors or out — including a camera with built-in exposure meter/ Now you can get good shots every shot because the meter shows you exactly where to set the lens. Take black-and- white or color snapshots or slides with pushbutton ease! All for 77.50 EASTMAN AGENT 'GIFTS" For Dad • Lighters Ronson Zippo • Shaving Needs Sets, Old Spice Yard leys • Brushes, Creams, Lotion, Talc • Razors Electric Gillette • Billfolds By Justin • Flashlights • Thermos Bottles P Kodak's Supplies • Come in and look around WE WILL GIFT WRAP FOR YOU SUNDAY* JUNO IB A GIFT FOR DAD FROM WARD & SON WILL BE APPRECIATED For fun time RAGTIME Chocolates Made with Milk and DAD LIKES CANDY WARD & SON DRUG CO. Courtesy — Service — Quality EASY PARKING ON WALNUT STREET — USE SIDE ENTRANCE Paragould Opens $160,000 Park PARAGOULD, Ark. CAP) _ Reynolds Pnrk, a $160,000 facility complete with xoo.swimmirvg pool museum and ball park, will go to the City of Paragould on death of the owners, Mi-, and Mrs Marvin Reynolds. Reynolds, part-owner of a soft drink bottling firm here, said his will contains the sole condition thai Paragould maintain and operate the park whiuh he 'has built since 1951. Reynolds said he dreamed of establishing such a park for 25 years before he had enough money to start it. "I promised the Lord that if he would help me get into some Kind of business where I could help myself, I'd use the money to help give some pleasure others. to The park has never made money, b.it nc fio( , sVt wanl money. "Some people may think this dream is a foolish one," he said "but we think it is worth- lirnifn ** while. Walker on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Comer Boyclt Sr and Chuck of Searcy, spent' the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Comer Boyctl. Last week while his parents attended tho State Bar Association meeting young Chuck- visited Mr. and Mrs. Boyelt 'here Mr. Boyett, Jr., was elected pros- ident of the Junior Bar Association of Arkansas at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Miller of Little Rock visited friends and relatives in Hope this week-end. Mrs. L. D. Springer, Jr., and Lcs of North Augusta, S. C., arc visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Springer, Mr. Springer Jr., was here last week going to a Texas camp for summer training with the U. S. Army. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bandy of De Queen visited relatives here over the week-end. Mrs. Lynn F. Ross of Balsville returned home Monday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mc- Keuzic aixl Billy. Among those attending the U. of A. Medical School-Pharmacy school graduation exercises In Lit tie Rock Sunday were Mr and •Mrs. George Newborn, Jr.' Mr •and Mrs. Grady Browning aixl family, Mrs. Kenny Russell and Sondra, Mrs. A. B. King, Mr and Mrs. C. C. Moore and Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis P. Moore and sons of Minden, La. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Rettig of Hope and Miss Flo Hart of Texarkana left Sunday for Memphis, Tenn., and the graduation uxercis es at the University of Tennessee Medical Unit (here. Miss JoBclli Rettig received a BS degree in pharmacy at that time. . ing, even watches, yet here 1 am the •oldest of the lot with none. My godmother gave me a wrist watch. One of my sisters broke it right off. When I cried, iriy molli- cr slapped me. Then grandma bought me a pocket watch. Another sister broke that. If grandma didn't live so far away I'c leave home and live with her. Sometimes 1 wonder what's the use of. living. My little brother is treated the same. My sisters and parents read my mail so please print your answer. They also read your column. —Heartbroken Billy Dear Billy: You're learning early that if you don't speak up for yourself, no one else will. Hard though these experiences may be, they are a good lesson. If your sisters break your watches, they or your parents, should pay for the repairs. Look them in the eye and tell them so, and be sure to stand up straight, head high, chin in and shoulders squared when you do it. Study your history. It's the aggressive, not defensive, lire- tics which win the wars. Send your problems to Helen Worden Erskinc. Be sure to enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address for her care of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "A Ilapuy Marriage." Dorothy Dix is a registered trademark. A Bell Syndicate Feature House Takes Up Arkansas Project WASHINGTON (AP) — Proponents of the proposed Cache River Bayou DC View drainage and flood control project in East Arkansas testify today before a House Appropriations Subcommittee. John B Moore of Clarendon, an opposition leader, said each side will present six witnesses. The committee is considering a $50,000 appropriation item for planning the project in the basin which extends from the Jonesboro-Hoxie area, south lo near Clarendon. Tri-State Your NATURAL COLOR Studio again offers their 5-7 portraits for only i.tj Mon. June 24, Hrs. 12-7 MARCELiTE'S Beauty Salon Dial 7-277* SfARS INSTALLED Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crow, Luu and Allen of Kansas City art- visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. C/Crow. • butBll«4 i • Central Air Ccnriltfonlnf • •athraomi • Wot.r N«ar«r« Ca/l for Fr«* fttltnattt CATALOG SAlfS OFFICI 2U'A S. Main - Hop* SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRE INSURANCE 1 "*" 1 ^ — Alss Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phont 7-3461 or 7-2879 The net outflow of gold between last July 1 and Feb. 21, when the steady toss came to n halt, was $2 billion. The price of gold, which rose on the London free market to nearly fit an ounce in October, is now down* to just above $35.00. This is less than it costs to buy it from the U.S. Treasury nt $35 and transport it there. During the gold rush of last year, 2G countries bought gold from the United Stales. Great Britain bought $700 million worth in the last half of J900 and $150 million in (he first three months of 19fil, the most of i>ny nation. But the flow apparently has been revesed in recent weeks. Britain has been having her troubles. Imports have been running ahead of exports. Foreign- owned short-term funds which had been flowing into London because interest rates were high there have been withdrawn because rates have fallen. So British reserves of gold and dollars have been falling and the pound has been »veak on foreign exchange markets. Wall Street figures that London may have been selling gold here to gel the dollars she needs. The abortive run on the dollar newspapers a day, going conferences with his aides, using the telephone to RL >1 answers, endlessly meeting folks, making speeches and, more recently, ing places. But in doing so much by himself he's iised up a good deal of time which might have otherwise been spent reflecting on problms hero and overseas. His European trip, made primarily for conferences, look an exlravagent. loll of his hours and energy with speeches, banquets, public appearances, and wreath- laying. President Elsenhower took a more relaxed view of t'he presidency, lie said he didn't read the papers much, lie depended a lot on his staff to keep him Informed and brnig him proposals for yes or no decisions. Kennedy promised action and lie is providing it. At this early point in his presidency—when it's of the utmost last tall followed rumors that tho United States might devaluate it by raising the official price of gold above $115 an ounce. The rumors fed on a three-year deficit in overseas payments which had led to a steady loss of U.S. gold. The deficit 1 was caused by the greater outflow of dollars abroad for imports, foreign aid, military bases, private investment, tourist travel llinn was returned by tho sale of exports, relurns on overseas investments and on various services. The run on the dollar halted after both the Eisenhower and (ho Kennedy administrations vowed to protect Die dollar and to keep the price of gold at the present level. Graduotts Told to Help Philosophy UTTLE HOCK (AP> _ I3f> graduates of the University of Arkansas Medical Center were asked Simdny to help formulate a public philosophy for America. The commencement speaker, Dr. James P. Dixon, president of Anlloch College at Yellow Springs, Ohio, said "The inquiry for a public philosophy has nil but disappeared for our educational Institutions. It should be the common objective of all citizens to examine these institutions with <t view lo requiring them to be con- ccnrcd about public philosophy." The Medical Center awarded degrees lo (12 Rradtmles from the School of Medical Technology. P. B. Arsenal to Be Expanded TMNE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) - A milti-milllon dollar construction project at (he Pine Bluff Arsenal will include and updating of one of the facility's missions, mi arsenal spokesman said Stindny. The arsenal Is operated by the Army's Chemical Corps. It was not disclosed whether the' project would involve work in the Arsenal's chemical, biological or radioligical activities. But Edward Woodford, arsenal information officer, observed that the facility's present radiological capabilities were relatively insignificant. Cost of the project was not disclosed. importance that he learn the problems as best and fast as he can—he alone can say whether lie is spreading himself loo thin, Eisenhower was criticized for not doing enough. It will he ironic if Kennedy wlivcte up being erll- ! l for trying lo do too much. SPRAYERS Row Crop and Pasture Sprayers Now Is the Time to Buy PORTER Implement & Garage . 3rd St. Phont 7-J747 Ask for a Demonstration Announcing .... Ella Atkins Beauty Shop is now open in a new location at 109 South Elm Street Telephone 7-3510 You nra invited to come by and visit with us and discuss your beauty problems. We arc looking forward to the pleasure of serving our many former customers and friends again. 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