Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 19, 1961 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, June 19, 1961
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tf, W1 HOFI ITAft, HOM, ARRAMlAt Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A, M. and 4 P. M. Calendar lay, June 19 There will be an installation of officers at the Wesleyan Service Guild No. 2 meeting on June 19 at 7:30 p. m., in the home of Miss Mary Anita Lasctcr with Miss Margie Vickers as co-hostess. A full attendance is requested. Ctale No. 5 of the First Metho- Cjcl st*C dist*Church will meet Monday, r June 19, in the home of Mrs. J. W. ; Franks at 7:30. Tuesday, June 20 The American Legion Auxiliary ; of Leslie Huddlcslon Post No. 12 will meet Tuesday June 20 at 7:30 : p. m. in the home of Mrs. E. S. iFranklin, with Mrs. Mamie Gentry ^io-hostcss. There will be a guest speaker. Program will be : in charge of Mrs. Charles Taylor. ; All members arc urged to attend as important business will be discussed. The Tina Sunday School Class of the Garretl Memorial Baptist Church will have its regular meeting, Tuesday, June 20 at T:30. p. m. Proceeding the meet- ingV^linnor will be served in the main dining room of Whites Cafe in Fulton. Wednesday, June 21 The Hope Junior Auxiliary will meet Wednesday June 21, at the Community Room of the First National Bank at 10:00. The Ex- cvutivc-Board will meet at 0:00. less" was presented by Miss Kathleen Broach assisted by Mrs. E. R. Brown, Mrs. Ben Edmiston, Mrs. Roy Stephenson, and Mrs. J. W. Patterson. Sixteen members and three guests, Miss Elsie Weisenbergcr of Houston, Texas, Mrs. Gordon Lee of Tyler, Texas and Mrs. P. L. Osborn of Reidsville, N. C., enjoyed delightful frozen punch and cookies. Sweet Home H. 0. Club Meets The Sweet Home II. D. Club met June 1st at 2 o'clock at the church with nine members and one visitor. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. B. J. Warnken. The eye- opener "Let Wax Do the Work" was given by the home management leader, Mrs. J. E. Ward. The devotional was given by Mrs. J. E. Ward. After singing the Homemakers prayer was repeated. Roll call was answered by "My favorite color combination." .The minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. Carl Brown and the treasurer's report was given. Cookies and punch were served by the hostess, Mrs. Charles Floyd during the social hour. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Mont Montgomery on July 21. Fftday Bridge Club A local Friday Bridge Club met with Mrs. Tom Kinser on June 1C and the home was attractively decorated with daisies and potted plants. Club guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Jack Ambrose of Roswcll, N. M., Mrs. Devvcy Camp, and Mrs. K. G. Hamilton. At the two tables high scorers wc^ Mrs. H. C. Whitvvorth and MMP Jack Ambrose. A dessert 'plate was served for refreshments. Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 Has Meeting The Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 met in the home of Mrs. E. P. O'Neal with Mrs. Glenice Porter as co-hostess on Monday, June 12. The meeting opened with a prayer by Mrs, Charles'E. Taylor, imal the close of a short business meeting conducted by the president Mrs. Glenice Porter, Mrs. J. W. Perkins led an inspiring "Prayer Litany for Refugees" as the devotional. An interesting program "Homes for the Home- DIXIE DRIVE-IN On Highway 29 South • TONIGHT - TUESDAY One of 1961 Great Pictures WWII none TRACY MARCH (Ml • WED. - THURS, • » "Because They Are Young" "Fast and Sexy" loist. Candles were lighted by Orval Brannan arid Jetty Owen. Besides the candles, greenefy and baskets ,of white gladiolus also decorated the alter. Entering on the arm of her father, the bride wore a floor- length wedding gown of white pe.au do soie designed with a round neckline and short sleeves. The full skirt swept into»a short train in back. Her finger-tip veil of illusion fell from a tiera of pearls and sequins. She wore a single strand of pearls and carried a cascade hand corsage of DOROTHY Spectre of Old Love Haunts Marriage iy MSLfH WOR06N ERSKINt jposesson of his heart. "' 0 " 1 ' d Dear Helemv; your replies to past problems have given me peace of mind. Now my biggest jrnj is the gir, my husband id Though he hasn't seen her, to my knowledge, since our mar o** ' Jl * ciiivi \IL (Jttil la til 111 CciF" *'iv/v«^it nv iition i Otvll I1UI i t*J ontt* \rt '111. ried a cascade hand corsage of W knowledge, since our mar- i p L , Cr ' cv f," P. unishl " fi slephanoUs centered with a purple- **& four years ago, he carries lull,, „ to , no M ? vn !; ShcJ 'I?* 8 Ihm.llwl whifn ni-nl-lirl hpr nir>iltrn In h!c u, n || n < ™,l !._„... ""*- " »° Ol " Wllly-llllly aiUI SlflV , her picture in his wallet and keeps —. . wv . ,, . ,, k ^ v**^t»i\i* 1." f^^fc^tVfiiiiiiQwtillVL til 111 I\C(Jf J3 Maid of honor Miss Joy Ann her letters written nine years ago i, rinn ,,,„ , ... ,. Davis, sister of the bride, wore while he was overseas in the Scrv- fn ' fi hci back lo hcr old self be- a dress of pink polished cotton ! ice. ">'c something happens which she with a silk organza overskirt. Her small pink hat had a short veil, and she carried a debutante bouquet of pink and mulberry- colored carnations. Danny Monls served the bridegroom as best man, and ushers were Homer Jones and Charles Gough. Mrs. Davis, mother of the bride chose lace for hcr attire, and Mrs. Castle, mother of the bridegroom, Each had malch- and a cattlcya wore blue lace, ing accessories orchid corsage. A reception followed in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs. A. D. Brannan greeted the guests at the door and introduced them He insists he wouldn't do anything to. jeopardize the happiness of his family. I'm 23. he 31. He's a good father to our two baby daughetrs and I love him. But he does the taverns with the boys twice a week, yet is too tired to leave his chair if I want to square dance or sec a movie, c tells me to have fun. I've tried but am back home in 15 minutes because I'd ralhcrbc with him. elp me to make our home happy and not feel too sorry for myself. —D. Dear D: Youth and inexperience handicaps you. Your husband probably finds it difficult to make his world fil yours. He clings to Davis-Castle Wedding Party Honored Miss Ora Mae Moody, aunt of the future bridegroom, entertained the Davis-Castle wedding! party with a dinner at the Diamond prior to the wedding rehearsal Thursday night, June 15. In the Green Room a "T" shaped table was decorated with daisies and yellow roses in crystal baskets. Ivy and white tapers j also' enhanced the table. Bride-! elect Miss Judy Beth Davis pinned gardenias at the shoulder of her trousseau frock. Miss Davis and her fiance, Cary Castle, chose this time to present gifts to members of the wedding party. At the dinner covers were laid for 18. Farewell Party for Mrs. Joann Phillips On June 15 in the Hempstcad County Courthouse a farewell party was given for Mrs. Joann Phillips, county home demonstration agent, who has resigned hcr position here. Mrs. Fred Hunt gave the opening prayer, after which Mrs. Lester Kent, council president, conducted the short business meeting. Mrs. Phillips was pre-' sentcd a gift from the council and < several others from the different clubs. Punch and cookies were served to representatives from 10 homo demonstration clubs. Davis - Castle Vows Exchanged The First Baptist Church was the scene of the wedding of Miss Judy Beth Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Davis, to Frederick Cary Castle, son of Mrs. Hazel I M. Castle and Frederick Ralph Castle of Longmont, Colo., on June Ifi. Dr. John McClannhan performed (he double-ring ceremony. Prc- nuplial music svas rendered by Mrs. H. A. Spraggins, organist, and Mrs. Wilfred White, vocal so- to the receiving line. There they met the wedding couple, .their parents, and members of the wedding party. The bride's table overlaid with white, was centered with a beaded colonial bouquet of gardenias, white stocks, and white carnations. Mrs. Charles Reyncrson and Mrs. A. W. Mctvcr, Jr. alternated in pouring the punch while Mrs. Ben Owen served the tiered wedding cake. Miss Judy Kayc Wright presided at the bride's book. | Out-of-town guests included Mr. i • ii ° IcI . picture and letters as links with a freer past. Her rivalry is nebulous for he married you. Matrimony evidently palls else he wouldn't do the taverns with the boys. The surest way to hold him islet go ! Guard against being over- possessive or tense. Relax, which may be what he was trying to say when he advised you to enjoy yourself. Go in for self-improvement. Read the classics for inspiration. Learn to be adult in your thinking. The true wife is a friend and Mrs. William Mclver and' as wel! «- s sweetheart. Encourage daughters of Nome, Alaska; Mr. and Mrs. Vcrbon Sparks and family of Hobbs, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver of DcLcon, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weaver and soii your husband to dscuss his hoard eel romance. Bring it into the open where, like a pressed rose which vanishes into nothing when touched by light and air, it will umimis. jnomas weaver and son touched by light and air, it will ol Jefferson City, Mo.; Mrs. John!disintegrate, leaving you in sole Mack Weaver and three sons of| Ft. Worth, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs.' George Coleman and family of Pine Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Dean and son of Waldo; Miss -_ -- — „,. ,, v ,n_iw, IVilOO Amy Moody and Mrs. Waller Coleman of Nashville. After the reception the couple left for a wedding trip to Colorado The bride chose for her'travel ensemble a black and white checked cotton suit with white accessories Shu pinned the orchid from her wedding, flowers' at her shoulder The ncwlyweds will make their liomc in Little Rock. Coming and Going Miss Evelyn Brian! is at Camp Tanako on Lake Catherine teaching day nursery laboratory class. . d f ghlcr * «• * T° ', passcdal! Weather buoys! ! ' vc tried hcr - cv < , , slatc , M ° 1 !' Wl ,"y- n »"y she pleases. How can I will regret? —Worried Mother Dear Worried Mother: It is not unusual for n sensible little girl to suddenly turn into a poor, be- wildcred mixed-tip kid when overtaken by adolescence. Shc is having a hard time and doccn't know how to face up to it any more than you. But one Ming is for sure, no 13- year-old girl should be allowed to dale away from home or stay out till all hours. Tell her frankly what the consequences could be. Take charge. Make it your business to know hcr friends and the parents. Invite the youngsters to the house. Encourage them to study, play games or hold record sessions together. Give your daughter a sense of social responsibility by letting hcv prepare the refreshments but lend a helping hand, Companionship rather than punishment is the answer. My leaflet, Sex Education for Teenagers, will help. It gag* to you today. Dear Helen: A boy I like got thrown out of our club. He's always in trouble. His girl doesn't care. 1 do. People call him a no- good but I know better. How can 3 help him? Sorry Friend. Deary Sorry Friend:Sticking by a friend in I rouble is fine but the girl who tries to help a boy with a bad name may find herself sharing it. There arc exceptions, of course. A girl of sterling reputation might pull a no-good out of the mire but the odds are against it. 11 your boy has been in trouble, have a talk with his social worker who is trained to help just such cases. SL ' II(I vom ' Problems to Helen Continued from Page OM with chance of showers. High today low to mid 80s. Low tonight near 60. ARKANSAS - Partly cloudy north, considerable cloudiness south this afternoon and in southwest tonight. Cloudy to partly cloudy Tuesday with widely scattered afternoon thumlcrshowers likely. A little warmer through Tuesday, except turning cooler northwest late Tuesday. High today mid 70s fo mid OOs. Low tonight in 60s. High Tuesday in OOs. TME WEATHER ELSEWHERE .By THE ASSOCIATED High Albany, clear »2 Albuquerque, clear 1)2 Atlanta, clear 75 Bismarck, clear yo Boston, clear «.| Buffalo, cloudy 7;) Chicago, cloudy 05 Cleveland, clear 7(| Denver, clear a? Dos Moines, clear 03 Detroit, clear «;i Fairbanks, cloudy 07 Fort Worth, rain 7li Helena, clear 94 Honolulu, cloudy (it Indianapolis, cloudy 77 Junc-aii, cloudy 75 Kansas City, clear 81 Los Angeles, cloudy 02 Louisville, clear 70 Memphis, clear 79 Miami, cloudy 05 Milwaukee, cloudy 82 Mpls., St. Paul, cloudy 90 New Orleans, rain til New York, clear 00 Oklahoma City, clear 75 Omaha, cloudy HI Philadelphia, clear 7!) Phoenix, clear 10!) Pittsburgh, clear 77 Portland, Me., clear 02 Portland, Ore., cloudy ill Rapid City, cloudy Richmond, clear St. Louis, cloudy Salt Lake City, clear San Diego, cloudy San Francisco, clear Seattle, cloudy Tampa, cloudy Washington, clear (M-Missiny; T-Tracc) Prtttnit Charge Is Dropped ffARntSON, Ark, (AP)-A false pretense charge filed against Frank Skahta of Little Hock in connection with a stock transaction has been dropped in Boonc County Circuit Court. Pros. Ally. Joe Vlllimics asked that the charge bo dismissed last week because of n lack of evidence. The charge was filed in February, IOGO. Skardii had been accused of aiding M. W.' Nunn, already convicted on charges of bogus slock dealings, in the Illegal sale of stock for a Hot Springs resort. Nunn pleaded guilty in the case earlier this year and drew a prison sentence. lone of Camclcn. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Admitted: i Lt. and Mrs. Frank II. Ilorlon [.arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Horton while en route to an assignment in Hawai. Mi;. Mr\ Billy Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mhoon, Steve Mhoon, Miss Carolyn Ferguson, and Miss Beverly Ward of Payton, Hope; Monticcllo returned last week a trip- to several Western They visited r n ™' Oy> Maud> Tcxas : from Walton, Hope; Mrs. Carl S Richards, Wake Village, Texas; Mr Troy Burson, Fulton; Mr. Foy v, 8 , luu .„» pare Hammons, Hope; Mrs. Joe Smith, James Morgan Hope; Mr. Wade Benefielcl, Hope; ' Velda Says: Nonchalance is the ability to look like an owl after you have acted like a donkey. SAENGER THEATRE LAST TIME TODAY Matinee 1:45 Night 7:90 - 9:00 JOSEPH E.LEVINE presents AND COIOII WITH CLAUS HOLM GlRMAINl DAKAR ElMA KAM.OM OFJUUSVERK ~Ht MAGIC OF mSTIMMION ,™ LOU IOCK- ERNIE WVAM f UES. - WED. - THURS. Matinee 1:45 , Night 7:00 • 9:00 j NOT SINCE ''KING K O N G" p HAS THE SCREEN I EXPLODED WITH SUCH FURY SUMMER VACATION MOVIE — "MAJOR BENSON" head, Hosston Mrs. J. T. Thomp- Washington; Mrs. Hurbcrt Black, Hope Discharged: Mr. Bobby Joe Wright, Texarkana; Louella Jackson, Washington; Mrs. 'Kinard Young and baby boy, Hope; Mrs. C. C. Tolli son, Hope; Hope; Mrs. Mr. Carrol Mary H. Messcr, Greene, Hope; Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Hope; Mr. Cleve Hamilton, McCaskill; Jauvonna Woodul, Hope; Mrs. Lucy Davis, Hope; Mr. and Mrs. James W. Payton, announce the arrival of a baby girl June 16; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray McBay, Hope, announce the arrival of a baby girl born on June 17. BRANCH Admitted: W. T. Sanders, Hope; Mrs. Callie Reinhardt, Hope; Tommy Hampton, Hope; Mrs. W. 0. Carter, Hope; Gladys Walker, Washington Discharged: Billy Houston, Hope; Miss Jennie Lowe, Hope; Will Lacy, Hope; Mr. W. T. Sanders, Hope SEARS INSTALLED « Central Air • •athreomt • Wol«r H«a««r« Call for fr»» tttlmat»$ CATALOG SALI9 OPNCI v 2W/2 S, Main — Hop* SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRE ""'"INSURANCE""'*'"! — Also Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phone 7-3441 gr 7-2C7* cd the high school graduation of the Mhoon's grandson, and also visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. wllh s? this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. 'Dorothy Dix is a registered trad c mark. A Boil Syndicate Feator* Large Plant in Operation HELENA, ' Ark. (API — The world's largest single-shaft, electric g e i) c r a t o r is turning out 338,000 kilowatts per hour for the Arkansas Power & Light Co. at its plant under construction near here. The generator, which plant superintendent John i 5 . White said is the biggest in operation, went into commercial production at 4 p.m. Friday. Actually, the machine turns out 3fiO,000 kilowatts per hour, but 22,000 are needed to run auxiliary motors and equipment inside the plant itself, and the net output is Scott Saturday for the birthday , celebration for little Miss Becky what is measured. Crow in the home of Mrs. Mildred The giant goncn; the home of G. T. week-end were Mr Pembcrton. Visiting in Johnson this and Mrs. James Johnson and family of Dallas, Texas; Mr, and Mrs. Jake Johnson and family of Arkadelp'hia; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eubanks of Pine Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Johnson and Mrs. Ottis Johnson of Hope. •ator pours electricity over a special transmission lint from Helena to the Woodward Load Dispatching Center near Pine Bluff, where it is then fun- nelled into Die company's statewide distribution system. Completion of Ihe plant, which was begun in 1U5U, is expected by July 27. Total cost of the plant ami its transmission facilities is estimated at $50 million. Dairii Queen MON. - TUES, - WED. YOUR FAVORITE FLAVOR ONLY RELAX! Take a SHAKE BREAK Dairy Queen m NOW of "r* iwr wi« m cum ON wr Doiry Queen 917 East Third Street !)3 ill 7(> 100 73 7-1 115 110 PRESS Low Pr M . 59 . 57 . •10 . (it . (H . 01 . 58 . 50 . (ili . 05 . 54 . 05 'J 5!) . 74 , 53 . 57 . 04 . 00 . 53 . 59 . 76 . 01 , 57 .«l 71! .85 04 .. 01 .. 02 . M ,. 7!) .. fi5 .. 04' .. 511 . 52 .03 51 . (it .. 02 .. (iO .. 54 .. 00 .. 70 .. 01 .. Bids on Rivtr Work Token LITTLE ftOCK (AP)-feids toi* construction of a powerhouse ami switchyard at Gitcrs Ferry Dam on the Little Hod River new Heher Springs will be opened by Army Engineers Sept. <5. Advance notice of the hid let' ting for the estimated $5 million project wns mailed to prospective bidders Saturday. Bids will l«! opened at rt Inter date on a separate contract for the construction nml Installation of two 50,000 KV generators o( the powerhouse. ••: The powerhouse will ho located 1 about 3 miles northeast of llcbcr Springs. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain !».« York, N. T. OprtUO — For th« flrnt time Rclence tins found n new hcntluK mibatnnre with th« nnton- tshlnfr nMlHy to fthrlnk hemorrhoids, dtop Itching, nnd relieve pnin — without nurgnry. In caso nftor cn.ie, while (t«ntlr relieving pnt.n, nctiint reduction (ithrlnkngo) took pi nee. Moot mining of »11—rcmlta ••r* •o thorough that infftrert m«<*» •«toni*hln« •UtemcnU likt •P««i hive ce*««i to b« • problem I* The Rdcrct I* • new h««1inR •tune* (nio-Djrn**)—dlMnver? tf • world-fumoin rettareh tnitUtttte. Thl» iiitinUnc* Ii now •vclUhl* In rappotttort or •tadMWI ftrm*, under thi tiftm* Fr»f*T*ti»u. W*. At all drag counter*. "Now, Look Bub! I know what I'm talking about, you had just better wa't for the Big Big Sole That's Coming to Hope, Ark. REAL SOON. WATCH THIS • PAPER FOR THE > BIG AD."' •'; Save Twice at CHILDS... Low Prices Plus S&H Green Stamps MEDIUM SIZE — FRESH Spareribs..." 35 U. S. D. A. GRADE A — SPLIT Broilers... LB. 33 FRESH LEAN Pork Steak.. 39 BORDEN'S Ice Cream, '/z 69 MORNING GLORY BUTTERMILK Biscuits ... CAN 4 FANCY YELLOW Onions 6 FANCY RED Potatoes 10 49 Blossom Fresh Cinnamon Rolls Pkgof12 29C Hamburger Buns j.ofs ' 25c CMfek A Division of in* nmqerco, Wt l«»trv« IK« light t» limit QwcntitiM

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