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Four IETY 0'hone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, June 15 Chapter 32!! Order Eastern Slnr will meet Thursday night, June 15. at ti p. m. at the Masonic Temple. All members are urged to attend. icss, Mrs. Richard Allen, taken from Psalms 111:14. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Robison. Mrs. Joe Jones won the door prize. Miss McGill met with the club and presented a most interesting program on making curtains. During the social hour refresh- inenls were served to those pros- mcc ting will be Births Mr. and Mrs. Jim MacFadyen , Circle No. :i — Hazel Sorrels, of West Alexandria, Ohio, an- i in Ihe home, of Mrs. Harry Shiver, j nouncc Ihc arrival of their second ' :!09 North Main. Mrs. Hocly Butler child, a daughter, named Susan Mrs. Rachel MacFadyen of An- Carlton on July 13. in the home of Miss Connie Ward-, j in "" lhc ~ homc of Mrs. "Raymond ^120 North Elm. Mrs. George f . n ,.,,,, n ,„, .!,,)„ ,., 1 Young is chairman. Circle No. 2 — Annie Hoover, in the home of Mrs. Perry Moses, Spring Hill road. The hostess is Chairman. Monday, June 19 ' is chairman. . There will lie. an installation of Circle No. 4 — Catherine Hal-jgola, Indiana, is the paternal officers at the Wesleyan Service ton. in the home of Mrs. Frank 1 grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs Guild No 2 meeting 'on June ID Ward, 11011 Park Drive. Mrs. A.'j. G. Prescoll of McCaskill,' Ark , n't 7'iiO p m.. in Hie home of.B. Martin is chairman. j arc the maternal grandparent'; Miss'^Marv Anita Laseter with! Circle No. 5 — Amanda Tinkle, i Mrs. Prescoll has been visttin; Miss M;i]-.'"'k'' Vickers as i'o-hos-jin the home of Mrs. Fred Ma- with the MncFadycns for the pa» ' ' . less' A fuU attendance is request- i " ' Hosston lload. Mrs. Clar- c( j jence Gcist is chairman. ' Please note the change in time. WMS Circles of the First Bap- /-Hie church nursery will be open- list Church will meet Monday ed. morning. June 19. at 9:30. in the following homes: | c "' tlc No - 5 " f ^ t'"''' st Mclho- Ci'rclc No. 1 — Martha Hairston.jdist Church will meet Monday, - ; _- r i June 19. in the home of Mrs. J. W. Franks at 7:30. Duplicate Bridge Club Master Point Night for the Hope Duplicate Bridge Club was held at the Diamond Cafe on \ June 12 with 4 1 ,-. tables of players. An out-of-town guest was ; Mrs. Leroy Sargent of Ft. Worth, ; Tex DIXIE DRIVE-IN - On Hiahway 29 South 'A Mile from Hope Hi • TONITE & THURS. • New . . . and First Run SHE STARTED MORE THAN JUST...-- • Of ttm BBJ»W»*«»-» wvrr- .OREN CHEVALIER GAVil week and will remain there foi another week. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Ai Graves have arrived from Cambridge, Mass., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Jolinny Nix of Dallas, Texas, arc visiting Mr and Mrs. Owen Nix and Dr. .and Mrs. Lloyd Gucrin. Mr. C. S. Warren attended the graduation exercises Sunday at Winning couples were: 1st. Miss'the University of Arkansas Mcd- Elizabeth Bridewell and Mikeiical C enter in Little Rock. Don Welfare Is Inserted in Bond Fuss LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Welfare Commissioner Carl Adams said today that if Gov. Orval E. Faubus' $60 million construction bond plan !<• adopted welfare checks will be increased early in the new fiscal year beginning July 1. But he said that if the proposal fails', welfare checks may have to be lowered, salaries cut and services 'reduced. lie said the Legislature would be forced by public demand to either impose a new tax to meet construction needs or lo reduce fit-nor's Advisory Committee on Education reflected that the total appraised value of all buildings at these institutions, exclusive of University Medical Center was approximately $35.9 million," he said. He contended that sufficient classrooms to meet the expected increase in enrollment could be provided "for less than half the money called for in the bond deal." And, he said, "it is impossible to justify the issuance of $60 million in bonds—which by the lime. they arc paid off will cost the taxpayers $!)0 million — when there's a $15 million surplus now lying idle in the treasury." Faubus didn't join today in the battle of statements. On Monday he said—as Adams did today—that it might be neces- the money for welfare, schools dld today-thai it mign' "*« nnrl nlh P r s-rvlpfis. «>ry I" USC Welfare funds to Kelly: 2nd. Mrs. Taylor Stuart and Mrs. R. L. Broach: 3rd, Mrs. E. J. Whitman and R. L. Broach. Ladies Outing At Country Club Mrs. Jack Gardner. Jr., Mrs. Dick Watkins were hostcss- e-s for a Ladies Outing at the Hope Country Club Tuesday mor- Gcne Browning was among the graduates. — Shipley Miss JoBeth Rcttig pholo Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Rcllig of;sional training she allcndcd the Hope' Ark., announce the engage-j University of Arkansas. At U. T. mcnl'and • coining marriage of i she is a members of Lambda their daughter, JoBclh. to Mil- : Kappa Sigma' professional soror- lard Frank Baggett, son of Rev.lily. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Emerson land Mrs. M. W. Baggetl of Cull-| Mr. Baggett is currently em- have as their house guest his sis- man. Ala. i P'ov-d at Kclley and Jamison, and other services. Adams was replying to an assertion Monday of Rep. J. H. Cot- Irell of Pulaski County thai welfare money might have lo be used lo pay off principal and inlcrcsl on the bonds. He said Collrell had Ihc silua- lion reversed and added that Ihe representative was trying "to panic the old people" into opposing the governor'? plan al Ihc June 27 election on it. On the opposition side Forrest Ilo/zell, executive secretary of the Arkansas Education Association, charged today thai the bond proposal would give the Univcrsily of Arkansas and Ihe slate-supported colleges "more than the entire amount invested in Ihesc institutions' buildings in the cnlirc history of the stale." In a civic club speech Rozzell said that the university and the seven colleges would get $42 mil- for construction if the bond plan fails. Cottrell said if welfare or school funds arc not used to pay off the bonds, a tax increase will be necessary. Faubus had said earlier hat public school funds won't be used and taxes won't be raised. At'a news conference Monday, Faubus called "ridiculous" Cot- troll's charge concerning the wel- :are checks. Jn the new? conference, Faubus said if the bond issue has any anc ' tcr, Miss Ann Emerson of Dal- I (.11 I , J \ltlt . ' •/ - - - The bride-elect is a 1950 gnid-'Inc., in Memphis and is attending las, Texas uatc of Hope High School. She re-'.Memphis Slate University where ceivcd a B. S. Degree in Phar- ! he is studying Advertising. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mctcalf,! macy June 12th at'the University i The wedding will take place lion of Ihe bonds. "A 1956 report by Ihc Gov Dominican Officer to Go to Trial CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Ex-Defense Minister Jose Roman Fernandez will be tried by a court-martiaf. for complicity in the assassination of dictator Rafael Trujillo, It is generally, expected he will, be executed. The gray-haired, much-decorated major general who owed his high position to Trujillo has been accused of hoping lo lake over the government after Trujillo's death. j^ A communique from the officer of Gen. Rafael Trujillo Jr., chief of the armed forces, said Roman, whose wife is the niece of Trujillo's widow, had confessed complicity in the slaying of the dictator May 30. President Joaquin Balagucr told a news conference that the investigation had not brought forth concrete evidence that any foreign, nation wa-s involved in the pldr against Trujillo. Balagucr also expressed salis- Velda Says ... If thinqs ever get back to normal, , we'll probably wonder what's wrong Saenger THEATRE It's Cool Here Matinees Daily • TONITE & TOMORROW • «CO ON THE FACTS Of THE MST-SiUUI Ot+r — Candid Mike • — . Bugs Bunny Cartoon Mope Louniry uun uicsciay mor- M r. and Mrs. Ross Mctcalf, | macy June 12th at Ihc University] me WCUUMIJJ ning. June 13. Those attending en-i Lj nc | a , Diane, and Danny, of In-! of Tennessee Medical Units in'July I5lh in the joyed various activities that in-: dian Roacli MC | :I ar ,.jved Tuesday Memphis. For her prc-profes-' lerian Church in eluded, swimming, golf, and;r or a two-weeks vacation with H bridge. A delicious was served at for a two-weeks vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crainc. potluck luncheon j nootv to 17. The! M rs. John Williams spent Ihc clubhouse was attractively dec- - ».....- — — -.„ — i week-end with her mother, Mrs. orated with seasonal flowers. Club j Geor"c Green. guests from out of town were i Mrs. Roger Dew of Little Rock, Mrs. Al Graves of anc i Mrs. Arthur Barr of Cambridge. | Tulsa, Okla., were guests of Mr. First Prcsby- in Hope. asked him lo please be sober bul, as usual, he was drunk. Do you think my husband showed me respect by going back to visit them? -M. He's More Than She Can Take *T*t u • .» -^ . fc. . i,u v • ^.w.m.i--. ....£-,— , i J.tllJf.1) WfMtl. f » 1,1 I, QHUOIO Wl J!*l . Mass.. Mrs. Russell Cornell ofj anc i Mrs Harvey Barr over the Midland. Tex.. Miss Ann Amerson of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Nix, also of Dallas. week-end. Mrs. J. C. Broylcs has joined Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Yarbrough Porter-field Host an d family of Greenville, Miss., Neighborhood Fish Fry j f or a vacation in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Herald Porter-1 field were hosts to an annual j Mrs.Robcrt Stephens and Rusty Neighborhaad Fish Fry on Mbn-| anc j Mrs. Henry Carter, all of day night. June 12. The gathering| Dallas, Texas, spent the week-! of some 55 people was held at | cm | with Mrs. Herbert Lcwallen. Fair park svith Herald "Pod" Porterfield as the head fish fryer. Mrs. George Sundstrom and son of Phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. J. mel | other relatives. are visiting Davis MAKE DAD'S DAY BEALXtY SPECIAL Tuesday Bridge Club A Tuesday Bridge Club with Mrs. C. C. Lewis : on Junej 13. The two tables of players in : i jvj r . a nd Mrs. Hinton . Davis ; eluded club guests, Mrs. Jack! ) lave returned from Alexandria, i Ambrose of Roswell, N. M., and ^ an d a visit with the Kenneth 1 Mrs. Tom Middlebrooks. Gar- \ Wakefield family. Mrs. H. E. enias and roses were the pretty j Thornton -went- with the Davises oral decorations used. j and has remained for a longer Winning the high score prize' as Mrs. Ambrose. The game rize went to Mrs. Tom Wardlaw. iitio _ _ he guests were served sandsvich-j t ] ljs wcc k-cnd from Sheffield, s and an ice course on the patio Ala _ wnc rc she attended the high By HELEN WOROEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: 1 have lived for 14 years with the world's most temperamental husband. He is jealous of my family, neighbors, friends and even my pastor. I must have his permission for everything I do. If I don't he flies into a tantrum, going EO far as to pour my expensive perfume down the drain to prove who's boss. ' I don't know what 1 would do if it weren't for his mother who , loves me as much as I love her. i What with him, our six children and the house to look after. I'm just about done' for. He cursed me till 1 joined his Dear Helen: Am I the offender in the following situation? I invited a couple, friends of my husband, to dinner on his birthday. When they arrived the man was plain drunk. I served. dinner im- ijiediately, thinking that would sober him up. He spends the balance of the evening on the sofa gulping 'black coffee. A few weeks later he and his wife invited us to their home. I FATHER'S DAY CARDS June 18 Ward & Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Quality 124 E. Second St. Dear M.: Your husband certainly showed.-lack of sensibility by involving.you for the second lime in a social'evening with a drunk. However, I wouldn't make an issue oul of whal was probably un- inlcnlional callousness. If he is really a friend of Ihis lillle boy he should condemn, not condone, the poor man's: weakness, and sec that he joins Alcoholics Anonymous. Take Ihe incident in your stride and keep your sense of perspective. Send your problems lo Helen Worden Erskine. Be sure lo en close - a stamped; self-addressee envelope anc! address her care o this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write, for "Jealousy." Dorothy Dix is a regist e red trademark. A Bell SVnd'cate Feature effect on welfare or school funds, "il would be in Ihe reverse.' 1 "If the bond issue fails," he said, "il could mean" a new lax or a cut into welfare or any other agency funds to finance construction needs." The bond issue would provide construction money for state colleges, the Univcrsily of Arkansas, the Children's Colony, the Slate Hospital and others. Cottrell already has won one fi- ancial battle with the governor. Ic filed a taxpayers suit that led o the stale Supreme Court's de- kiring Faubus' $14.5 million om- libus financing act unconslilulion- 1. The omnibus act was a com- lanion measure lo Ihe proposed lond bill. Faubus has said a special ses- ion of the legislature probably vill be necessary lo reclislribulc he money which would have been illocaled by Ihe omnibus acl. Faubus also lashed at another faction wilh the activities so far of the mission from the Organization of American Stales sent here to check • the government's' promises lo restore civil rig\s and prepare for democratic elections nexl May 16. Tri-State Your NATURAL COLOR Studio again offers their 5-7 portraits for only .... 1.95 Men. June 26, Mrs. 12-7 MARCELETE'S Beauty Salon Dial 7-2776 SEARS INSTALLED, Services Save You Money critic of his bonds—slate Sen. Roy Milum of Harrison. Milum has advocated a pay-as-you-go bond plan jiid Faubus said thai in 36 years in the Senate Milum has nol been able to come up with such a plan. "I don't think he will be able to in the next few months," Faubus added. • InitalUd Heating • Central Air Conditioning • Bathrooms • Water Heater* Coll for free estimates CATALOG SALES OFFICE 2161/2 S. Main — Hope In the possession of the U.S. after 1803 Arkansas was first a part of Louisiana Territory and .from 1812, a district of Missouri Territory until il became a territory in 1019. SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRE INSURANCE EXCHANO j — Also Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phone 7-3461 or 7-2679 Mrs. G. B. Morris returned uring the refreshment hour. DeAnn 4-H Club Meets The DeAnn 4-H Club mel Junej 2 at the clubhouse at 7:30. The' school graduation of her granddaughter, Mary Jo Presslcy, class poet, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirk and meeting was called to order by; Fran ^ i j r-( O f st. Pctersbur 0 , he vice-president, Dick WilMs. , pi a ., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. The devotional was read by Ar.n , H c \yhitworth. Arnold. The roll call and minutes. were read by Becky Willis. The! . _ Harold Harris and Mike pledges to the American and 4-H : O f Altus, Okla., are here to see Flags were led by Barbara A very j \[ r an( j M,. S . A. A. Smith and oth- and Billy Samuels. Charles Ar- ; er relatives and friends. nold and Irma Avery gave a Mrs. William Harris of Carneg report on the activities at Camp Clearfork. Charles Arnold gave O kla., formerly of Hope, is church. Yet he never goes. Last;' Sunday after church I went lo my mother's, (hen with friends to' a civic . meeting. When 1 got home he started cursing me before his mother. 1 feel like never ' going | any place again. II isn't worth the [ row that's sure to follow. — D. W. Dear D. W. Put-upon people have only themselves lo blame. A man of .your husband's temperament will rout and rave just so long 'as you let him. Show some pride. Tell him nobody can curse you and gel. away with it, Next time he tried it's goodbye, and make sure it is. Dear Helen: 1 love a- man who has been separated from his wife five years. She lives in our home town where we all grew up. He goes every three or four months; to visit his mother. I have to trust S June 18th, a Great Day for a Grand Guy earor. a., ormery o ope, demonstration and Billy Samuels , v j s jtjn« friends in Hope this week. ^nr\ Phai'ioc irnnlfi «nve a talent __ and Charles Arnold gave a talenl number entitled "When I was Single." There were 14 members, 2 adults, and 4 visitors. him not lo see his wife. He says he svants me to marry him but never docs anything about divorc- Lt. James Robert Fuller, who g. If he really loved me wouldn't do different? —Confused Dear Confused? Actions speak udcr than words. Ease, this stall has served the past 13 months in Korea, arrived in Hope Tuesday for a three-week visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Otis Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Carl Drowly of Forrest Hill Home Demonstration Club met in the home of Mrs. Richard Allen. The meeting was; Gary, Ind., arrived Wednesday called to order by the preside/-: to visit the Haskell Jones family, Mrs. Howal Baker. There were I ; 12 members and 8 visitors. The '" devotional was given by the host- Announcing .... Ella Adkins Beauty Shop is now open in a new location at 109 South Elm Street Telephone 7-3510 You are invited to come by and visit svith us and discuss your beauty problems. We are looking forward to the pleasure of serving our many former customers and friends again. Announcing the Opening of MRS. GRADY WILLIAMS' KINDERGARTEN September, 1961 Dial 7-4644 \ rrr Further Informal ion Mrs. Leroy Sargent of For Worth, Texas, returned 'home Tuesday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton Eason and other rel atives. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Monts of Detroit, Mich., ar guests, in the Eason home now. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Corne and JJulie of Midland, Texas, ar '• the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robei Wilson. He'll Just Give Up Baton Tossing VENTURE, Calif. <AP>— Stc\ Hardina, 14, says he is giving u baton twirling. A mighty toss sent Steve's b ton so high in the air that struck two 4,000-volt power line \vilh these convcquences: i A 10-block area of the city w 1 blacked out for an hour. A grass fire was started. ' A radio station was knocked o jlhc air. I "1 was only trying to toss t 'baton as high as the power po ' like the man in the circus." Sit explained aftu Sundiiy m i fireworks. out of your life. Break before FEEL THE DIFFERENCE it- Cool/ Comfortable WASH 'N WEAR SUITS Regularly $30.00 Fit For a King 24 .95 Alterations F-R-E-E THEA.R.A. CHAIRMAN MAKES A.R.A/s all new double-blower unit adds a new kind of luxury to automotive air conditioning .— instant cooling that is extraordinarily quiet and that circulates through and around all of your car interior. Here is limou~ sine comfort, at economy cost —•whatever the car you drive. PRICiS START AT $235 INSTALLED APPLIANCE REPAIR CO. , 223 E. 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