IS, If SI MOM ITAt, MOM, AtRANIAf Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P, M. Cqjendar : .Thursday, June 15 -'Chapter 328 Order Eastern ;?tar will meet Thursday night, June 15, at 8 p. m . at the Mason*/?. lemplc. All members are urged to attend. • ; Monday, J une 19 I f ?.' h 3' c wil1 lj c an installation of 'officers at the Wcsleyan Service I Guild No. 2 meeting on June 19 at 7:30 p. m ., in the home of: Miss Mary Anita Lasetcr with! Miss Margie Vickers as co-hos- less. A full attendance is requested. The church nursery will be opened. i WMS Circles of the First Bap- 'list Church will meet Monday ittioiVjig, June 19, at 9:30, in the ^following homes: Circle No. 1 — Martha Hairslon, in the home of Miss Connie Ward, 620 North Elm. Mrs. George Young is chairman. Circle No. 2 — Annie Hoover, in the home of Mrs. Perry Moses, Spring Hill road. The hostess is .Circle Chairman. Circle No. 3 — Hazel Sorrels, in % home of Mrs. Harry Shiver, 309 l,tjrlh Main. Mrs. Hocly Butler is chairman. Circle No. 4 — Catherine Halton, in the home of Mrs. Frank Ward, 1109 Park Drive. Mrs. A. B. Martin is chairman. ; Circle No. 5 — Amanda Tinkle, 'in the home of Mrs. Fred Ma- thcnia, Rosston Road. Mrs. Clarence Geist is chairman. I Please note the change in lime. . L -— - . / . —— Velda Says: . .. Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned. Saenger THEATRE - LAST SHOWING IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN HIM - SEE HIM TONIGHT!! "THE GREAT IMPOSTER" FRI - SAT Mdtinee-Nite SUN - MON - Big Double Hit IMJBO THE QH EAT FABULOUS WORLD or JULES VERNE -•- Ct/HS MX* t (UMAA • LOUTOCK IN IHf MAGIC OF imtiiuiim Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, June 19, in the home of Mrs. J. W. Franks at 7:30. Tuesday, June 20 The American Legion Auxiliary of Leslie Huddlcston Post No. 12 will meet Tuesday Juno 20 at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. E. S. Franklin, wit'h Mrs. Mamie Gentry co-hostess. There will be a guest speaker. Program svill be in charge of Mrs. Charles Taylor. AU members arc urged to attend as important business will be discussed. Tuesday Bridge Club Louis Howard was second The game pfize tfent to tfts, Homer Jones. Roses and daisies decorated the home where a salad plate and coffeei wefe served for refreshments. Afternoon .Tea For Miss Judy Coker Miss Judy Coker of Pine Bluff, bride-elect of Lt. William C. Andrews, was honored with an afternoon tea at the Hope Country Club on June 14. Hostesses were Mrs. Sam Andrews, Mrs. Forney Holt, Mrs. Garland Meddcrs, Mrs. William Caldwell, Mrs. Elmer Brown, and Mrs. Sam Strong. The hostesses alternated in serving in various capacities during ('he party. Some were in the receiving line with the honorce, her mother, Mrs. Leon Coker, and her grandmother, Mrs. R , II. Handle, both of Pine Bluff' Miss Coker was lovely in a beitrc _ 3 m.ifet. for me to be allowed to go. She raid yes. We never heard the-word teenager like we do today. Now it's •almost like n curse. I agfce with an orange glad corsage at her shoulder. Magnolias were banked on the mantle and pink roscs and daisies were seen at other vantage points ( .. _. „ „•>,_., Vll U ni^| rciitlclgu (JUIIIIS. On Tuesday, June 13 Mrs. Syclj Thc Scrvin 8 table covered with •McMath entertained her bridge whilc not .°vcr a white back- club. Besides the club members, Around, was centered with deep other guests were Mrs. C. D. Lcs pink roscs ancl matching candles tcr ancl Miss Elizabeth RHrlnwoii Guests were served pink frui tcr and Miss Elizabeth Bridewell. Mixed garden flowers decorated ivnxcci garden (lowers decorated ' : ^ anutuub, unci mints. Ihc home where two tables of Assist - in g the hostesses in serving players enjoyed the afternoon. The highest scorer was Mrs. R. •Broach, and second high Miss Bridewell. was Mrs. Martindale Hostesses To Club • Mrs. Jucl Martindale was hostess to a meeting of her bridge club on Tuesday evening, June 13. Club guests included Mrs. Lyman Armstrong of Madison, Ind., Mrs. Louis Howard of Dallas, Tex., ancl Mrs. Dick Moore. Mrs. Cril Stuart, Jr. was the high score winner, ancl Mrs. DIXIE Drive-In • ENDS TONITE • "Breath of Scandal" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Here's An Action-Full Adventure Show! Actually filmed where it happened in color. Tan Dared—Only Six Survived! PLUS — TOP TARZAN OF ALL AND IN COLOR! TARZAN'S NEWEST IS Tarzan The Magnificent 1 A Big Show For All! served pink fruit punch, cake squares, and mints. ancl presiding at the guest book were Misses Carolyn Strong, Gayle Medders, and Karen Sue Caldwell. Hope Division of Licensed Practical Nurses Meet The Hope Division of Licensed •Practical Nurses met Tuesday at 7 p. m. in the community room of Firsl National Bank. The meeting was called to order by the Vice- Prcsident, Maybcll Rcvis, who also gave the devotional reading the 23rd Psalm. Mrs. Fay Loomis R. N. of Prescoll was guest speaker using for her topic "My. Life's Work -As, a Midwifery" which was both interesting -: and educational. Following her talk was a brief business discussion ancl commillec report. , war plus overprospcrity The deep wcck s bcsl b W roots of hnrrv> mv nmu in ci,Mu,,, tables with this Samuel Reunion Held At Fair Park The Samuel Reunion met at the •Fair Park Sunday, June 11 for it's 12th session. The program chairman, Richard Samuel, held a short business session after which he and Mr. Leroy Samuel made short talks. The speaker of the afternoon was Monroe Samuel speaking on "Where do we go from Merc?" Those attending were Mr. : and Mrs. Lcroy Samuel, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Samuel and David, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Samuel, Mr. and Mrs. Devon Samuel, J. D., Judy ancl Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Samuel, Peggy ancl Michial, all of DcAnn, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Honcycutl, Mrs. Juanita Meldcr ancl Mrs. Dorothy Harris of Alexandria, La., Mrs. Willie Samuel, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Samuel, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wynn and Suzanne of Magnolia, Mr. and Mrs. Carl O'Stccn and family of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Samuel Mr. ancl Mrs. Horace Samuel, Mary Ann, Bobby and Johnnie, Mrs. Pearl Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O'Stecn, Barbara, and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thorn ton and children, Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Willie FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY JUNE 18th The latest styles, fabrics, colors . .. BUTTON DOWNS! | STUPES! CONTINENTAL*I Make Your Selection from Hundreds of Brand Hew Summer Sport Shirts! Famous Penney's Towncrafr Sport Shirts Priced for Every Budget! CHARGE IT At Penney's Now! 1.98 and 2.98 OPEN YOUR PENNEY CHARGE ACCOUNT NOW DOROTHY BIX Temper Tradition With a Touch of Modernity iy HELEN WOftDtN CRSKINE Three Poultry Best Weekend Meat Buy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS my first dance then one of the ^ Of1sl l)Ccf ft »d Pork domi- boys whose mother sang with my nn '°'-supermarket advertisemenls aunt in church came and pleaded ne " m lhis xvcck - Dear Helen: Our daughter is 16 " never had a date. Her father won't allow her to go out with boys until she is 17, nor will he permit her to wear lipstick or heels. Naturally, she objects it doesn't do her much good. The youngsters of today grow so fast. I was 17 before 1 went and n 'Sh but •tiimosi IIKC n curse. I agfce with >«"K<uut, mis WCCK an you about cars. If teen-agers had most 'y smoked hams, althougl to buv thnir mim Ihnro I\>/M,I,I i.« r '" end pork loins and snmjii'i to buy their own, there would be — i—••. iumo mm BIUISH^U far less trouble. 1 don't advocate iu ' c tcall "'°'-l in Hie Midwest and going back to the old days but * niol!C(1 I'ii-'i'ic hams in the North- they did have a certain merit. We ° , had more time to enjoy things and " cc ' !t ' s mostly sirloin, or to appreciate each other. Heavens 1 , P 0 £terhouso. steaks and rib roast. t nm rtnlv AR\ I'l'CSh fruits "and vr>i'(ilnliW-iii<ii I am only 46! mil Ulliy ID. «-»'vi v v;fci\Jluuli:s iU i> Today/fids know more than you scasonal 'y Plentiful now, although w thought of. Wait a minute- pl ' oclucc mc " ''cport the weather hat sounds familiar. 1 reacted V 1S ljcen K0 lll)l '" S()mt} sections CVCr lJlQll|Jni w. tVtltl H IIUHIHC- i " " "*'"• *• ••*•*- >n-mni;i That sounds familiar. 1 reacted ,, ns bcc " K0 llo f '" s "™ c sections the same way as a kid so it must . , nl , , tho . c °»d'tion of highly pet- L i ... . . iGniiKm iln*\iii ,-,, ....t. view a typical teen-age point of f\ ill)!c llcm s such as asparagus, '. -Just a Mother lc " llcc ancl strawberries, lias been . . .. _ nffnnf nrJ Dear Just A Mother: The teen- ut u vi..ii, it 11 »v i-i it I , .1 in; LUUil" ... age problem is due mostly to the AI|OW1I1 8 -or a careful shopper dislocation of wars and threat of chcck of con( u'lion, all are on this ..._..„! .. .. .. _. . Wnnl/'c Knot l-\»in 1 !..< r\i\. roots of home are now in shallow soil. The kids lack security, f appreciate your husband's desire to protect his daughter as long as possible from life. But don't let him overdo it "or she may resent being an old-fashioned girl in a new-fashioned world. Give her a chance to try her wings in mixed company at home with youngsters her own age. I've seen a charming shade of light pink lipstick that's perfect for 16-year-old girls. There's no harm in her wearing that- or, for that matter, baby high-heels. Don't give her an inferiority complex by forcing her to be too difficult. Helen: 1 am a young high school teacher about to marry. There is a group in my school that constantly pesters me, even meddling in my personal affairs. My future husband disapproves of this group but I sympathize with them. This has provoked many arguments and we arc on the verge of a break-up. How can f patch tilings-up with my husband and not hurt the feelings of the group? —A. R. Dear A. n.: Who comes firsl in your heart — this meddlesome- group or your husband - to - bo? Make up your mind. There is too much shilly-shallying and too litllc backbone in our present-day philosophy of life. We should make a choice and stand by it. There can be real danger in being able to see the two sides of a question. 11 could leave you straddling the fence, in c ap a b Ic of positive thought or action. If your husband-to-be doesn't come first, call off the marriage before it's too late. Send your problems to Helen Wordcn Erskinc. Be sure to enclose a stamped, self-acldress(|:l envelope and address tier care of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write fo Good Club Member. "Being a Dorothy Dix is a registered trademark. A Boll Syndicate Feature Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Burke, Penny and Cozy, Mr. and Mrs. Berton Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Breed, Miss Sue Jones ancl Miss Helen Ramsey and Mrs. Will Arnold all of Hope. Coming and Going Mrs. Leon Sunday has as guest for Ihe summer her sister, Mrs. Percy Osbornc of Reidsville, North Carolina. Mrs. Eunice Eubanks, Mrs. Sam Warmack, and Mrs. Boyd Warmack have returned from Tulsa, Okla., where they visited relatives and friends. Also on their trip they visited the Will Rogers monument in Claremore, Okla., and other points of interest.' Lt. and Mrs. Benjie Owen returned lo Ft. Lee, Va., Wednesday after 9 visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mclvcr and family of Nome, Alaska, are on a two-months vacation and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McIver on the Guernsey Road and other relatives here; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Armstrong and family of Madison, Ind., are here to see Mrs. Thompson Evans and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McDowell of Ft. Worth, Tex., and Mrs. Mclvin Shipp and Mark of Irvin, Tex., spent the weekend with Mrs. Mary Collins. All relurned home Monday except Mrs. McDowell who remained for a longer visit with her mother, Mrs. McDowell. Miss Cynthia Collier cume home Saturday after a two-weeks visit with relatives in Ft. Worth and Arlington, Tex. Poultry prices arc so low production is turning downward, This eventually will moan smaller supply and higher prices. Pork bargains this week affected. , week's best buy list. Other vege- rating are collards, green onions, radishes, rhubarb, spinach and parsley. Good buys include beets, cabbage, carrots, celery, corn, Replacement for Perry Is Diverting By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TV'Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)- One thins you can say for Perry Comp's summer replacement: It sure'is n change from the usual Wednesday night variety hour on NBC. Wednesday night's premier program of "Mystery Theater" was, in fact, a neat and meticulous demons! rat ion of a clever and comparatively non-violent way to rob a ba-nk. Perry's substitutes are British films edited down lo an hour's length; Judging from (he first film sample, this proinsies to be a rather diverting series, And although most English movies we see on TV look us though they were made on a dark night in an unlighted cellar, this one was quite easy to follow without eye:'ain. •',.-• 1'hc syndicated late-evening "PM." series sUirring Mike. Wallace, designed to provide .some fresh competition for lale movies and Jack PaarShow, got off to onions, potatoes and tomatoes.' Joining strawberries as outstanding fruit buys are oranges, grapefruit, . bananas and mangoes. 'Good buys include watermelons, blueberries, honcydcw one of Fear" summer Asks Jurisdiction in Labor Dispute LITTLE ROCK (AP)-ll is now up lo Gwland Cltanccllor'Sam W. Gun-oil lo determine whether he has jurisdiction in a Hot Springs labor dispute. The Arkansas Supreme Court met in special session Tuesday and dissolved an in junction preventing Garret! from'taking further action in the case. Associate Justice Jim Johnson issued the injunction last wi'ck at the request of Local •!!>(> of the Internalional Hod Carriers' IJuild- 'ing and Common Laborers Union a rather limping start this week. ABC, reported to be interested in picking up ihc series foi work 'come fall, said they turned After the taped weeks of series down. thought, CBS , has finally ci.mc up with a lillo for (he Gertrude Berg comedy series which will make its debut this: fall: "Mrs. G. Goes lo College." The series slnrlotl out as "Mother Was a Freshman,," was changed lo "The l-'iushman," but lately has boon idcMilil'ied by (he name which (he public will undoubtedly use anyway, The Gertrude Berg Show. NBC will run a repeal broadcast of "The Accomplice," an hour long dramatic .show next Monday night uo- 1 1), mostly because of ils timely theme. It was: based on the capture of Adolf Eiehmaim uud was shown origin- the re Heat Unbearable for Burglary CLEARWAT13R, Fla. (AP) The recent heat wave apparently became unbearable for one burg- Police reported someone broke into the Acme Co. Tuesday and stole one air conditioner with all ttachments. of America. The union said its picketing of « Hot Springs construction project was peaceful and maintained that the mailer was a case for lh« federal courts and not slato courts. Collie, Inc.. the contractor oil the project, had asked Garrctt for an anli-piekcUng injunction. As a result of the Supreme Court decision, Garrett is now free to hear the case if he finds Hint ho has jurisdiction. Six of the seven justices were present for (he session, FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT Use instant-drying T-4-L for 3 to S days. Watch fresh, healthy §Mn replace tho infection. Ease Aching, swelling, perspiring in tho M lolnts of tho feet by bathing Hum with T-4-L twice daily. 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