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June 22, 1961

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P.'M. Tfcirsday, June 22 Tfic V. P. W. Auxiliary will meet Thursday night, June 22, at 7:30 at the V.F.W. hut. The Ambassador Sunday School Class of Garrett Memorial Church will have a pot luck supper at the Fair Park Thursday night, June } 22, at 7 o'clock. H'Jrs, Dale Henry Honoree at Party In honor of Mrs. Dale Henry, who is moving lo Malvcrn in the "ear future a Going Away Parly Ji'g, Mrs. J. 0. Luck, ler poured the coffee. About 60 guests called between the hours of 10 and 12 a. m. Le»ion Auxiliary Meets Urging the purchase of new American flags by the 4th of July is a project adopted by the American Legion Auxiliary of Leslie Hudclleston Post No. 12 al its meeting Tuesday night, June 20 Mrs. E. S. Franklin, Mrs. Mamie Gentry, and Mrs. Alvin Robertson were co-hostesses at the Franklin home. A new slate of officers presented by the nominating committee was accepted unanimously, it j s . i president, " HOM< AIRANIAf Annit H*tv*f CirtW MM* The Annie Hoover „..,«,„,„„. Circle met Monday morning, .ton 19th, at 9:30, in the home ot Mrs Perry Moses on Springhil! ftoad. Delicate sandwiches, assorte cookies, and punch were servet by the hostess to members pres ent. Mrs. Ned Ptirtlc, Program Chairman, ] C d t ne pro gram "Teach Me To Pray" (The Power of Prayer). Those partici paling were Mrs. J. W. Leonard Mrs. Eugene Pcndergraft, and Mrs. Perry Moses. Following the program, Mrs. Moses, Circle Chairman, conducted the business meeting. This circle will serve as hostesses for the July Roya Service Noon Luncheon. The meeting adjourned with prayer, Hope Jayceattes Meet At Community Room The Hope Jayccttcs met Tuesday, June 20 in thc Commmunity I7f»r\rvi nf I Un 1.1: i *T .. . . ot thc S. L. Murphy, and Mrs. Harry. Shiver. orn wilh early summer flo^s. Magnolia blossoms were on the manue, and shasta daisies roses, uay lines, and mangolds were seen throughout the entertainment rooms. ' Tne guest or honor was given a corsage ot peppermint carnations. AS a gin me hostesses presented her with pictures for a home decorated in tne early American siyle. The Ruse Garden Ciuifc of Hope gave her a gift of mitK glass. Covered with a gray linen cloth, thc serving table was centered wilh pink carnations and abalia with crystal and silver yp- .polntmcnts. Mrs. Charles Stone, sister of the honorcc, served the punch, while Mrs. Charles Bui- H. Guntcr; chaplain, Mrs. E. S. i rif.in.ii.iii,, ans. limmas COITlp-1 w ' v " 1 * *'iol JYtlUOliai BatlK. i-!ton; vice president, Mrs.' Glen Thc Bl| s'"css meeting was con- were Williams; secretary, Mrs. M. M. ducted by the president, Mrs ' McCloughan; treasurer, Mrs. W.j Carlcr Russell, A motion was matle 'o cancel plans for a style show to be held in July and other projects were brought up for discussion. Plans were made to hold a rummage sale to help on expenses for Jaycettcs going to a State Board meeting in Blytheville in August. There were 10 members present and Mrs. Dorothy Redd was Yin-, it ~, L *.-•«'•«. 11. uumia, ciiapinm wirs. l^, s llic Home was beautUully dec- Franklin; historian, Mrs. Clyde L c*-*';(l Wtln nit'lir r*ti >_*.«_«..• f-^ ff *> Coffee; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Mamie Gentry; parliamentarian, Mrs. C. P. Tolleson. They will be installed at the July meeting. At the business meeting Mrs. C. E. Weaver presided. A report was given on the Poppy Sale last month, and auxiliary membership -.v.., M ,.v. Mitykjjjui.7 jiiv;iinjuianiy ' "••" Jmo. j^uiouiy KCCICl Was was discussed. Appointed to re-. elcct «' treasurer. After the busi write the constitution for the local " ine ss meeting the hostess Mrs ' ""•" ^ m °" d ., By ^ <™» Cookies,' organization and lo make a sludy of its bylaws were Mrs. Clyde Sexlon, Mrs. Joe Jones, and Mrs. M. M. MeCloughan, Rosebuds, blue hydrangeas, pink dahlias, and other seasonal flowers decorated the home. For refreshments orange sherbet and yellosv cake were served lo 17, including one guest, Mrs. Fred Glanton. SAENGER THEATRE LAST TIME TONJGHT — "KONGA' FRL - SAT. Matinee Every Day SO INEDIBLE IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE C/RCIEOF ALSO Here Comes the Fighting Furies of the Pacific ! ! ! *'Battle at Bloody Beach" Audie MURPHY Cory CROSBY Dolores MICHAELS SUN. - MON. - - - They're Here WAIT DISNEY'S iWALL-CARTOON FEATURE AND "THE HORSE WITH THE FLYING TAIL" candy, nuts and cold drinks. Wesleyan Service Guild No J Meets With Miss Mary Anita Laseter Miss Mary Anita Laseter was 11 e hostess for the Wesleyan Scr- vice Guild No. 2 in her h'omcon Monday nighl. June u, al 7 ,. )0 lie regular business session was presided over by the president, Miss Laseicr who also' voiced ' a Prayer. Mrs. J. C . Carlton gave he devotional from .the Jo chanter of Luke. Installation of the new officers for thc coming year was under the direction 'of Mrs James McLarty, district sec £ lory, who also gave some on making lhc Guild to each member. PlatC and members and 2 vis!- tors at the close of the meeting Tea Given For , ; Jo Ann Carrigan f D Mr, J °T A "n C n' Tigan ' dall « htci> f Mrs. Lucille Carrigan of Washington, was honored with an afternoon tea al the Old Tavern in Washington on Thursday afternoon, June 15. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Norwood, Mrs. Paul Dudney, Mrs. Emil Zvonik of Iron Lung Fails to Holt Travel CAMARtLLO, Calif, (AP) Marie Thompson 35 is seeing Southern California reflected in nn 18-by-24-inch mirror — on her ron lung. Mrs. Thompson, confined to the ung day and night for 8V4 years, doesn't let this hamper her yen Tor travel. Touring is possible because of he specially designed panel truck Mrs, Thompson calls thc Blue Angel. The Blue Angel arrived in Camarillo Tuesday from the Thompson home in San Lcandro, in the •an Francisco East Bay area. The (ruck wns driven by nurse f "cttc Barber. Mrs. Thompson's nildrcn, Marie Ruth, 14; Joy,'12. nd Gay, 10, were in a car driven >.v Marion Ray. The visitors arc guests of Dr. nd Mrs. Fred Delay in this Venura County community north of Los Angeles. "It's a dream come true," she aid. "You wouldn't believe how much I can see." Mrs. Thompson's late husband, he Rev. Fred Thompson, deigned and otilfilccl the panel •uck. II has portable generators rcsuscitator, humidifier, a ramp nd other equipment. They made ome short trips in it togc-lhcr »t in use, he was killed while 'orkmg on their San Lcandro ome. As thc Blue Angel rolls along, rs. Thompson watches thc lancl- ?ape unroll behind her in her mirror. "Oh, there are so many places want to go-so many things 1 'ant to see," she said. "We'll be " tins trip for a month, prob »ly as Jong « s there's anything o enjoy." DOROTHY DIX His Wife One In a Thousand! Jonesboro, May. and Mrs. Margaret The occasion for the tea was to honor Dr. Carrigan who recently received a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Louisiana State University. She was presented a gift from home town friends. Assisting the hostesses were little Misses Nancy Valentine and Sylvia Zvonik. They met guests on the Tavern porch and directed them. The serving table, covered with a white linen cut-work cloth over a yellow background, was centered with a beautiful arrangement of Shasta daisies and Queen PEIVIVEY'S PROPORTIONED COTTON SKIRTS JBudget Priced! Charge It! 3-98 New Fashion Colors • Magenta • Pirniento • Peacock • Parrot • Black • Goldspice • Persimmon • Cinnamon Petite Sizes . . 8 to 1 2 Average Sizes . 6 to 1 8 Tall Sizes. .. 12 to 18 • 144" Sweep • l£".Self Belt * 1009o Cotton, Drip Dry, Little. or No Ironing! Proof Again - Fashion Doesn't Cost a Fortune ot Penney's nne's lace. The hostesses alternated at the unch bowl. Guests were servec cllow fruit punch and iced cake, squares. Tiwsday Bridge Club On Tuesday afternoon, June 2( Mrs. Currelt Story entertuinec with three tables of bridge. She had chrysanthemums, daisies am roses enhancing her home. Those playing were members of a local Tuesday Bridge Club and ong extra table consisting of Mrs. M M. McCloughan, Mrs. R. V. liern- don, Mrs. Tom Kinser, and Mrs. R. E. Cooper. When scores were tallied, Mrs. John Brill was high. The game prize went lo Mrs. H. E. Cooper. For refreshments the hostess served a salad plate with coffee. Births Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrantine of Pine Bluff announce the birth of a daughetr on June 11. Named Judy Gay, thc little girl weighed G pounds 6 ounces. Her grandparents, all of Hope, are Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Barrantine and Mr and Mrs. 0. H. Allen. Coming and Going Mrs. W. J. Hatlcy, Mrs. J. B. Morgan, Mrs. Roy McClurkin. Mrs. Marvin Davis of Stephens left June 19 for northern Michigan to visit relatives and friends. They will cross the Straits of Mackinaw lo Canada, and east to Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. They will return home in late July. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Story, Jr., and family of Greenville, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Drake of Little Rock were' week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs! Garrctl Story. Johnny Anthony and George Wright, Jr., returned home Sunday from Shreveport, La., and a visit will) Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Metcalf, Linda, Diane, and Danny returned Thursday to their home in Indian Head, Md., after a visit with Mrs. Metcalf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Craine. Mrs. 0. H. Allen has been in Pine Bluff with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Barentine, Mr. Barcn- tine, and family, and met her new granddaughter, Judy Gay Barentine. Mr. and Mrs. Vistor Craine and Steve of Cleveland, Miss., returned home Thursday after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Craine and Mrs. Marian Monroe. SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK —FIRE "'INSURANCE " CH * N0 — Also Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent «wn« 7-34*1 or 7-2*7* By H6L6N WORDEN ERSKINE1 ~ ~~ ~ Dear Helen: What do vou think !£ °!£ ^T" wi!( , rcc ? (1 ? inl ° of a father of five children u nv ,° whcrc shc belongs. lied and cheated on his wi fl° Ymi !' ^ C * tn " y onc "» » "' Ol " That's me. Thc other woman in my life was young enough to be my daughter j thought I loved her until I earned I wasn't (he only man in her life. Yet 1 can't get this no- god off my mind. Why? My wife says I had to prove to myself th n t I was still young. She not only found it in her heart lo forgive me but took over the role of nurse when t lay ill. She's a good mother and a good cook. I can t say as much for her housekeeping. Nevertheless, she's one in a thousand. I have everything a man would want right here under my own roof. If (here were more wives like mine there would be fewer divorces. My philandering days arc over How can I mak up ( 0 my family for what I've done? My wife and J both read your column. — Ashamed. pear Ashamed: Shew your con- Iritencss by being ever thoughtful and loving. Bring presents. Surprise your wife with some little extravagance which she wouldn't buy herself, Take her to dinner or a show. Start courting her all over again, Make her feel she is thc onc and only girl for you and believe it yourself. Once you do, sand. Grapple her to you with honcls of lovn, Dear Helen: If we had $2 left to our name, my husband would lake,one and buy beer. He'll work four months and loaf seven. He is 27. I am 2-1, We've, been married seven years and have three darling little girls but all he docs is yell at them, He says he Cloves me but. never shows it, I've left him three times and divorced him once but, because my religion doesn't recognize divorce, we remarried. Now it's got to the point where I take it out on the children which Is a pily, for they've suffered enough. Should I start thinking of them and leave him or should I go on trying? If I did leave, where would I go and whal could I do? My family won't help. My husband knows this. Help me! —Tryiifg Dear Trying; Make up your mind once and for all. Either call it a day and leave or stay and say nothing. .If your religion doesn't permit divorce, how about a separation? Put your children in a day nursery and find a job. It isn't the ideal solution for the children but it's belter than being subjected to frazzled-nervc treat- to Place 30,000 Dogs on Leosh SAN FRANCISCO (,AP) — The ;)0,000 dogs in (his city are supposed lo go on leash July 22, mcnt from l-.olh fnlher and mother. That old adage, "The Lord helps |hose who help themselves," is still wise, counsel. Once you come to a positive decision, the way will open. Bear Helen: Is it possible for one man to love two women? I am a ;tO year old who is very much in love wilh a married mnii. He, says h e loves me. But, he also loves liis wife. They have six children. I knmv whal I'm doing is wrong, I also know this man can never marry me. I've tried lo be strong and (old him | 0 go far- cvor. UP goes bill always comes hack. He is (he man I've been looking for. What shall I do? — Lonely Heart Dear Lonely Heart: You're asking for heart breaks and Irngcdy if you continue (his "back si reel" rolalicm. Put Hie man out of your life once and for nil. or else— But no one is sure just what else. Thc police claim Ihcy shouldn't have lo chase clogs, thai it's a job for the Society for Prevention of Cruelly to Animals. The SPCA agrees, but Us pro- if the Board of Supervisors meant fcsskmal catchers want to know what it said in (ho new ordinance. In other words, are all unleashed dogs to be impounded? If so, the SPCA wants a "dog- task force." And that will cost money. Anyway, Mayor George Christopher has said he'll sign thc ordinance. Send your problems to Heine Warden lOr.sldne, lie sure, lo enclose !i .slumped, self-addressed envelope mid address her care of this newspaper. Helpful 'leaflels available.. Write for "Attentions from Married Men." Dorothy Olx is a roistered trad°mark. A Bell Syndicate Feature .. lu Australia n cruiser Is n very large glass of beer, a schooner is the next biggest, a middy is a 10- oiinccr, and a pony is (he smallest glass of beer. DIXIE DRIVE-IN So. of Hope- Hi School LAST SHOWING TONIGHT "Because They're Young" and "FAST and SEXY" FRI. - SAT. 7:45-9.00 Good Family Picture "FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE" He H.icl a Way With Poopld and Animals Plus 'COMANCHE STATION' RANDOLPH SCOTT John P. Cox Drug Co. c , o *, W f GIVE S&H GRE£ N STAMPS Second & Elm Sts. Phone 7-4616 ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY YOUR FRIENDLY 100 ASPIRIN U.S.P. 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