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Hope, Arkansas
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y, June 21, 1*61 Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, June 22 The V. F. w, Auxiliary will meet Thursday night, June 22 at 7:30 at the V.F.VV. hut. The Ambassador Sunday School Class of Garrctt Memorial Church will have a pot luck supper at thr Fair Park Thursday night, June 22, at 7 o'clock. The Ladies Bridge Luncheon will meet Thursday, June 22, at 12:30, at (he Hope Country Club. Hostesses are Mrs. Gordon Bayless and Mrs. R. D. Moore and Mrs. Jud Martindale. Miss Shirley Sundberg and Kenneth Richardson Are Wed Thc marriage of Miss Shirley Aijip Sundberg and Kenneth Ray Ricnardsou was solemnized Thursday evening June 15 in the First Pentecostal Church. Thc bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Sundberg of Hope, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Richardson of Bcn- ton. Before an alter decorated with baskets of white gladiolus and seven-branched candleabra the R«£ B. W. Lane performed the jsin$,2-ring ceremony. Wedding music was provided by Miss Louise Lively vocal soloist, and Miss Sue Lane organist. Miss Kathy Sundberg and Jerry Sundberg, sister and brother of the bride, lighted the tapers before the exchange of vows. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina- length gown of white Chantillv lace over matching taffeta. It wa'< fashioned with long sleeves am, a square neckline. The full skirt was trimmed with sequins The bridal veil fell from a headpiece of orange blossoms. While feathered carnations and lilies of the valley were carried by the bride Miss Susan Rowe, cousin of the bride, was her maid of honor She wore a dress of blue and carried a cascade bouquet of pink feathered carnations. Clad in blue nylon with a while nylon and lace pinafore was the flower girl, Miss Becky Sundberg, sister of the bride. She carried a basket decorated with pink carnations The bridegroom chose Tommy Rcvis for his best man. Scotty Shellnut was the usher. For her daughter's weddiii" Mrs. Sundberg wore a pastel lie diess trimmed with matching lace Her accessories were blue, and a White ca «>alion co™ n , .'I 10 ceremony the bride and bridegroom greeted their guests , n the foyer of the church *or a short wedding trip i] le wore a blue silk suR with DIXIE DRIVE-IN On Highway 29 South *ONITE - THURSDAY 7:45 - 9:00 THIS IS YOUTH: The real and revealing story of today's teenagers! "BECAUSE THEY ARE YOUNG" Plus "FAST & SEXY" Starring GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA Cartoon: Hare-less Wolf Saeitger THEATRE ;ODAY - THURSV i;«-7:00 IOtlNS-)(SSCONS»l FRIDAY — SATURDAY "Circle of Deception" & "Battle of Bloody Beach" bridal bouquet. corsage taken from h 1)C . Upo,, iheir return th(J MOM ITAt, MOM, A 11A MIA I Hutson. Reports were heard by various committees after which Mrs. Dorothy Faye Huckabee presented the devotional "Learn ing to Live together" Mrs. Bob Hendrix conducted the program on "Refugees." After the meeting a dessert plate and punch was served to 19 members. Mrs. Orval Taylor Hostess To Rebecca S.S. Class Mrs. Carlton King was co-hos- less to a Pot Luck Dinner when the Rebecca Sunday School Class of the First Baptist church met in the home of Mrs. Orval Taylor on Monday, June I!) at 7-00 Mrs. Gus King rendered the devotional "What Prayer means to ion. There were 10 members present. Stone Family Has Reunion The Stone family reunion was held Father's Da.\, June is, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stone of Blevins. Those attending were: Mrs. Nan Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Stone, Pete and irccia, Mr. and Mrs. W J Stone Kim and Yanccy, Mr! and Mrs. Vernest Stone, Sue, Randy and Rickey, Mr. Ear Stone of Blevins, Mr. and Mrs John Ynics. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnic Tin doll of Bcnton, Mr. and Mrs. Vialcum McKinnon. Mrs J \y Hardy and Judy of Bcnton, 'Mrs' uscar Stone, and Mr. Benny Cot- u' ^' cscou ' Mr. and Mrs. v " uckabcc *"«« Junior of r "T 1 Tcxas ' Mr ' a »d Grandon Brooks of Long ° ' ol Hope. . " Stone, Coy Lee and Travis 1 Company. Melrose HD On Wednesday Malrosc Home Junc the Dcm °nslralion m i met at Fair Park with in . w in members and four guest , Mrs Mabel walthali of Houston, Tcxl as, Mike and Pat Huckabee. and Mark Revels, also of Houston. Jhe Eye Opener given by Mrs. , . M '\ &»•' Stone also celebrated Ins birthday which was June 20. Vows Exchanged (o ,. tci of Mr. and Mrs . Prentice Pow- cr of Hope, and Don Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H nr l nson of Hot Springs, exchanged .wedding vows in a double-ring ceremony at 8 p. m . j unc J0 .,{ i'lrsl Christian Church. The Rev. Clifton Bell officiated. Baskets of white Shasta daisies s with grccncrv Miss Patricia Ann Walker Thc Rev. and Mrs. Charles a wllllc A r wl - ccncr w \ ?M y 'If Lci Wnx Do thc wcro usod noar lh ° Place of cere Work.' Mrs. M. S. Willis gave thc mony. Mrs. W. E. Harris of rlm'nflnn („! ---- /• ------- «... - _-• null IS Ol — - ~ > > i 1111.1 ^(.i devotion taken from Phil „ ,„ i and Mrs. J. M. Hockctt followed jit witli prayer. nogic, Okla., whose husband is a former pastor or the church, play. "•' Ihe traditional wedding mnrch- -T3 1 n n • iiuuiiiuiiui weciuing march 'M F? .- Was answcrcc1 wilh.es and accompanied David pear ion." Mrs. Charley Hare and .cr." Cord's . . Mrs. Henry Fowler were selected to visit the Hope Nursing -.Home for the month of June. The group agreed to sponsor a contestant for the Forestry Queen contest to be held July 4 at Washington. Mrs. C. J. Barnes gave a dem- The bride, given in marriage by tn,, f~ t I ____ " •* Wa.lkcr of Conway announce Ihe engagement of their daughter, "\ntrieia Ann, to Jimmy Darwin :hastain, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chastain of Lewisville Arkan- Miss' Walker is a graduate of Hope High School and Mr. Chas- lain is a graduate of Lewisville High School. Both attended Conway Baptist Collcgu. The wedding will be solemnix.ed J'nday evening, July M, at the Unity Baptist church in Hope OROTHY She Forgave but Couldn't Forget cr woman. ... , „-.-.. um,, fa i, mua.iuiiiN ccniorecl onstration on planning a,, color with a lavender orchid and satin r«<-ilir»t-wi« Tl»« r.<.,..,..:,.,. ._! , _ \ • i . . . . . »*i«vt OUIMI j ' — •••'• "-'to^ uj .-•-,-- »«. i, ( t » >^iii ,-i \v i lull i Hi III HI ncr lather, wore a street-length ollt ^1- my husliand loved anoth- drcss of white cotton. Her short veil of while net was attached to crown fashioned of seed pearls She carried a white Bible lopped with orange blossoms centered By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: My experience par * (j| hil " :md (lie woman together allcls that of so many women I" 10 " t(M lll 'i' his had lo stop for who write you. I had been a faith- ] w »« n«ilhi-r giving u,, mv i uis . ful .wife for '27 years when I found ' ' • - - scheme. Thc surprise package was won by Mrs. Henry Fowler, while Mrs. Barnes won the game prize. Knowing a divorce would send him straight into IK; :.T arms, I wondered why someone else' be allowed to take what was rightfully mine. But first I had to be curtain Circle No. 5 W. S. C. S. Meets Circle No. 5 of the W. S. C. S. of the Firsl Methodist Church met Monday, June 19 al 7:30 in the home of Mrs. J. W. Franks with Mrs. Kalherine Jones as co-hos- "-" v. »-i«n.t cuiu 3UUII r" *-""• '"lot. I IltlU LU [Jl! C( ribbon tied in love knols.Thc Ira-j 1 ™' husband still loved me dtional somcliilng "old, new, borrowed, blue, and a penny in her stiou," was carried out. Miss Carol Lindsey of Little Rock was majcl of honor. She wore a dress of pink satin with while accessories. She carried a bourjiicl of orchids. Mr. Harrison, father of Die bridegroom, was 'his best man. For Ihc wedding Mrs. Power, less. The matins was opened' '? U1f ° ( , wc f'i'f Mrs ' with a hymn and prayer l>y Mrs. i" ° Ule ? lle '? ndc - w ° rc a crcss LaGrone Williams' The business f nis , Gl tjlt !f lmcn Wllh matching, 1'. . . _.,,,, .. Hal. rler oLnor nci'PKKnrifs worn meeting was conducted by the circle chairman, Mrs. Austin FUN TIMES AHEAD IN WEATHER-BIRD SHOES $5.99-$6.99 Weathtr-Bird shoes c*a Uk« itl all the running, leaping, skipping »nd jumping. that active ypupgsters can give. We»ther-Bir<J» • * keep their eh»pe and sturdy goo4 looktt too »', . they give support and fit geutly, w wcl|> OVERTURES FAMILY SHOE STORi 214 S. MAIN ST. HOPS, ARK. hal. Her other Accessories were while. The bridegroom's mother wore a dress of darker blue with black accessories. Both wore corsages of while carnations. A reception was held in Ihc church fellowship hall following „ llua UW11 s , JI!Illljn ., Ihe ceremony. Thc table was; two weeks with his grandparents covered with a pink lace cloth ( Thc Hovels fimly and Mrs. Barii- L ' s visited Mrs. John Hovels of over pink background. Mrs. Rob crl Power and Miss Cynthia Harrison served Ihe punch and cake to the guests. „.„.„ The bride is employed in Little family *"«•' '"j~i "i' i M y i mo"find nor sharing him. She turned to him for reassurance. After a moment's silence he (old her it would be like culling off his right Jinn to walk out on me. That was 10 years ago. While 1 can never lorgel, it wasn't loo hard to for- fiive. Never in all these 10 years /....<., inc. ' lavo f l> ver brought up |he subject Once he assured me he did, I a »' in - Very few, not even my 'family, know. ' My advice to wives confronted wilh a similar problem, is to-for- Rive, take heart for (heir cliil- dren's sakcs and keep busy. Holding the family together will be their reward. Thank you for Ihc good advice you give those in trouble. —M. Though you didn't say so, I'm -sure Ihc love you and your husband have for each other was strengthened, rather than weakened, by your courageous handling of this difficult experience. Good for you Dear Helen: I agree wilh you most emphatically that a mother who opens her child's Iclcrs is making a mistake. There is no need of repeating what you have Mrs. J. a. with Mr. and Mrs. Grady'Collie! of Stamps. They drove on to Magnolia for a short visit with their daughter Shirley, who is attending the summer session at Southern State College. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Renfro of Proseoll were- (he Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Renfro and son Jeff Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Revels and daughter Debbie of Houston, Texas, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Barnes and Mark Revels, who has been spending me nricic is employed in LIUIC lamiry parly Mary Noin -nidi V" h Rock. Mr. Harrison will continue | Teresa Revcis of McNab ac- 'TwnnMn l' 0 " 0 ' his work in Conway. They will companied the Revels family lo '" " "" reside in Liltic Rock. Coming and Going Charles Russell of Dallas, Tcxas, is spending a month with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrell and other rcl- atvies in Hope. Houston for a two-weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klipsch of I would like to point out lo parents that the opening of your child's mail is a Federal offense. Mr. Jack Bundy of West Memphis has arrived for an extended visit with his mother, Mrs. Leon Bundy. Klipsc'h. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Kennedy and two children arrived Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. S Burns and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDowell and little daughter of Jrvin, ™ i », ^ Tcxas - s i )c '" 1 - the week-end here Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O'Slecn with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary have as their guest LI. Comdr. Collins, and other j-uJativcs Airs and Mrs. Herbert W. Green and'A. M! McDowell returned to T,K Hcrbie of Norfolk, Virginia Mr.; as with the vis o-s and Mrs. Norman Green of San Francisco Galif., Mr. and Mrs. mail no. selves fall into Ihc same category as Peeping Toms. —J. F. Kaston, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Dear Mr. Easton: U is reassuring to find that thinking people like yourself do see eye to eye with me on the question of parents opening their children's mail. Thank you for having (ho cour age of your convictions. Orval Green and family of Longview, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Green of Marshall, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stuart of Tuscaloosa, Ala., returned home Tuesday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Hatley. Mrs. Lloyd Spencer ha sreturn- ed home from a visit with the B. C. Goltwalds in Richmond, Va., and Mrs. and Mrs. Dolph Hays and family in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Allen and SAVE OH AUTO TRUCK —FIRE """'INSURANCE 11 *'""' 01 — Also Ufe lnsur*nc« SAM McHENRY, Agent Pnent 7-34*1 or 7-217* Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Billings and family went to Shrcveport, La., Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dear Helen: I am the good-natured type, ever doing for others and wouldn't want it different yet the neighbor I do most for leaves me and my husband out when she invites thc others in for an evening. She must realize my feel- Sunday night. witn her parents and family. ^Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reed, Jr., Chris, Mitch, and Barbara of Fort Worth.T.exas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roycc \Vcisenberger. Mrs. Sam Andrews and Lt. Bill Andrews came in Monday night from Pine Bluff. Stationed in Hawaii, Lt. Andrews has come home for his wedding next Tuesday to Miss Judy Coker of Pine Bluff. ~- = something again, she's over-sweet pic. After three years I'm sick of being used. What shall i do? —Hurt. Dear Hurt: Don'l force a rela- to be friends while others, however nice, just aren't. Say nothing j to Mrs. Ungrateful but next lime she seeks a favor politely give her the brush-oft. There arc plenty of congenial people in this world—too many in fuel to curry favor with those who aren't. two daughters, Janie and Tish, of Kingsport, Term., arrived Wednesday to see Mrs. J. W. Wimberly. Mrs. May Blankard of Sail Marcus, Texas, is visiting her sis- your problems to Helen Worden Erskine. Be sure to enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address her cure of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write fur "Ni a r egis' e r e d tradema r k. A B e ll SVnH'ca»e Feature Seaweed goes into fertilizer, iodine, soap, ice cream, tooth ~. -v ^, uv ^,|^, Iv ^ vituill, HJUHI- tcrs, Mrs. K. b. Cain and Mrs. paste, candy and denial impres- J. M. Houston and families. ' sious. From Records at Hempsteod Courthouse CHANCERY COURT Emma Lcc Williams vs. Noose- volt Williams Jr., Description: Reciprical. Jeanic Smith vs. Rnymond Smith, Description: Divorce. Don-Is Quillcn vs. Weaver Quil- cn, Description: Divorce. Rex Foster & Paris Foster vs. C. C. Turner, Vnldean Cobb Tur- icr, Wnymon Burke, Description' Complaint. Odessa Moore Grissctt vs. John lenry Grissctt, Description: Di- 'orcc. B. W. Edwards, A taxpayer foi he use and benefit of Ilcmpslciul County vs. U, G. Garrctt & L. E. 'oteet, ~- • •• Lucy Nail. Life Ins. Co., Description; 'laintiff prays judgment in the imount of $254.30 plus costs. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Sammy Clark, Fulton, Mrs. Aszic Lee Perry, Full on. Kenneth Montgomery, Houston, Nellie Byers, Hope, Claiborne A. Currcy, Texnr- ana, Florence Alva I licks. William T. Parks, Hope, Mel- ;t Ann Johnston, Cumden. Kennctli it. Richardson, Hope, hirley Ann Sunbcrg. Ronald C, Burson, Hope, Joiinn •ook, Fulton. Description: Complaint. CIVIL SUIT Johnson vs. Monument Rejects New Tox BLYIIEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - llythcville residents Tuesday reacted 9M-327 a proposal to help inancc a $l million street anil rainage improvement program 'ith a 2.5 mill tax. Improvement istrict taxes and parking meler Jceipts also were to be used in the project. Loos Princes StortTolks, Disagree By ANDREW BOROWIEC (i ZURICH, Switzerland <AP>- Thc three rival princes of Laos began negotiations for a coalition government today and promptly disagreed. Prince Souvaiina Pliotimn, thc self-styled neulralist \vlio is the Communists' candidate lo head u "nallonal union" regime, announced that Prince Bonn Own, I he conservative premier of I ho We-slcrii-bitt'lu'd royal government in Vientiane . plans lo retire from politics. A spokesman for Bonn Own dcmnwl the roliivment report .saying Prince Souvnnna Phouma failed lo understand the prince's intentions." i| c { ,d(k'd Hint "until now (here has been no question" of Bonn OumV willingness to abandon power. Concerning Gen. Plunimi Nos;t- van. the deputy premier and roal power of the Vientiaii govern- mont, Souvaniiii said, "1 will not, admit UK; military into (he government." lie hinted Dial if Gen. Plummi remained In politics, he would'have lo leave tliu army. Souva-ima's slalomonl. indicated that if ho heads the coalition gov : eminent as expected, lives of the conservative, prd- Western factions in Laos will tftfc* « back sent to Sou'vanna mid his hnlf-brothcr, Prince Sotiphanou- vong, the chief of thc pro-Con^ miinisl Pnthet Lao. The princes set a three-day: (limit, on their session aiul said they would only work out gcnci'nl principles mid policies, leaving Ihc details to (he East-West conference in Geneva and their own lesser-rank delegations.meeting in Laos in the rebel-held jungle town of Ban Namone. That procedure indicated that formation of a coalition regime is ii long wny off, "We all agree that Laos should be neutral, sovereign and Independent," Sow-anna Plummn said, Formation of a national union regime made up of all the South- wist Asian kingdom's warring factions would enable the coiln- try to send a single delegation lo the Geneva conference, which is bogged down by Communist refusal lo expand the powers of the Internalional Control Commission in Laos so that it can check (in eon! liming Pnlhet L»o attacks in violation of the ceiise-firc. ' : : A coalition government, prcsum 1 - .' ably would result In a quick end to military activity, and the Geneva conference then could get on wilh its main task—creation of procedures to keep Laos pcacw- independent and neutral. "FOR EASY PARKING" Use our Side Entrance on South Walnut St. THERE IS USUALLY PLENTY OF DIAGONAL PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE. Ward and Son Drug Co. ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE CORNER WALNUT and EAST SECOND ST. DON'T MISS THE VALUES IN OUR SUMMER DRESSES AT SPEc ^^^^mmm^mmmmmmrnm^^^^ Values - Values - Values - You Can't Afford to Miss. SELECTED GROUP DRESSES Reduced WERE WERE 12.98 ARE • Reduced • Reduced WERE 25.98 WERE 17.98 ARE |]99 WERE 29.98 ARE 1999 NOT A SPECIAL PURCHASE. ALL FROM OUR REGULAR ^."mfif nc DO Awir\ NAME DRESSES. WARNING! Our Stocks arc 1 as heavy „ i!,p«s° years and we expect to sell out of spring and summer goods much carlirr than usual. The above prices ore 8'/3% below our starting solo prices of prev.ous years. SO DON'T WAIT, Buy now and get best selection ONE GROUP DRESSES NOW PRICE Reg. 1.95 SEAMLESS HOSIERY $1.00 CLOSE OUT NUMBER — BRAND NAME JEWELRY Was 1.00 NOW 50c Was 2.00 NOW 100 Were 6.98 NOW Save 2.3} COTTON SKIRTS 4« JL 532 B 600 Wore 11.98 NOW iwe 3.9? ONE GROUP PASTEL WOOLEN SPORTSWEAR 50% Includes: Shirts, Jackets", Pants, Vests, etc. Ideal for Back to School. SAVE ONE GROUP COTTON TTON 4* *m BLOUSES a 2.65 Roll Up and Other Other Pricei Sleeve Lengths. Proportionately Lpw 2 PC. Jamaica Set Blouse & Shorts. Reg. 7.98 . Now 5.32 DON'T MISS THIS SALE DON'T MISS THIS SALE

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