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MOM STAII, HOU, AtiANiAl IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Monday, Jima 76 The Night Circle of W. M, S. of First Bpalist .Church will meet Monday night, June 26, at 7:30, in t'he Fellowship Hall for, its Royal Service program.; The j ton on "How to make a Pin Cus- Ann Wollerman Circle will be in charge. ' : led in prayer, and then in singing. Judy England led in the 4-H Club pladge and Sharon Evans and Wallace Byers told of their trip to camp. Demonstrations were given by Sharon Evans on "How Is Your Posture," Lorena Arring- dWb Meets The meeting ! 'pf the • Shovcr Springs 4-H Cliib-was called' to j • order June 20 al, the Community Building'at 7:30'^by the president, Sandra Wright.' Sharoti Evans hion" and Wallace Byers on "How to make Fishing Flics." Refreshments were served to 4 leaders and 15 members. Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Harry Hawthorne was a I guest of the Tuesday Bridge Club ' which met with Mrs. Kelly Bryant on June 20. There were two tables ot ptayers at the lifter- noon meeting. When scores were tallied, Mrs. R. T. White was high and Mrs. H. L. Broach was second high. Lovely daisies graced the home making an appropriate seasonal atmosphere. Velda Says: A diplomat is one who can bring home bacon, without spilling the beans. SAENGER THEATRE TODAY and TOMORROW ^5 p )us . Audie MURPHY Gory CROSBY Dolores MICHAELS in "BATTLE AT BLOODY BEACH" LATE SHOW SAT., TUES. - WED. BLACK SUNDAY SUN. -MON. Matinee Every *<*.•»•<•»••••• A COMEDY... A MYSTERY.. A ROMANCE and Delightfully Different/ WALT DISNEY'S NEW ALU-CARTOOKT FEATURED. •*?featifnodia(L» and THE HORSE WITH THE FLYING TAIL" ADULTS . . . «0c CHILDREN . . . 35c For: a happier 'Holiday-on-lhe-Highway" ftart off with smart new luggage! Streamlite j. the luggage so classic in design that it's always in style! TWO-SUITER ...... $24.95 W'~ BEAUTY CASE $14.95 LADIES' WARDROBE . . $24.95 LADIES'O'NITE $16.95 All prices plus fax Mrs. Hawkins Host To Bridge Club Mrs. Thad Hawkins, Jr., entertained her bridge club Tuesday night, June 20. Floral decorations included arrangements of gardenias, daisies, and a mixed bouquet. Mrs. Monty Monts was high scorer for the evening and Mrs. Ralph Emerson was second high, during the refreshment hour cake and cold drinks were served. Miss Jeanne Hames And A. C. Ball Are Wed Miss Jeanne Lcc Hamcs, daughter of 'Mrs. Marie Hamcs, . of Harrison became the bride of Arnold C. Ball, son-of Mrs. A. C. Ball of Hope and the late A. C. Ball, at 3 p. m. Sunday in the home of the bride's mother with Rev. F. H. Jacobscn officiating. Areceplion followed the ceremony. Nuptial music was recorded. Miss Donna Hamcs and Miss Ann Hames sisters' of the bride, were candlolightcrs. The bride, given in marriage by her, uncle, Ernest Goodwin of Bcnlon, wore a Chapel-length gown of Chantilly lace and silk illusion, fashioned with a Queen Anne lace collar, illusion 'yoke and lace bodice. The bouffant tulle skirl had diagonal inserts of lace sprinkled with iridescent sequins and was worn over satin. Her illusion veil was attached to .small crown of lilies, of the valley and velvet leaves. She carried a crescent of gardenias and pink sweet heart roses laced with lilies of the valley. Miss Sue Carole Jones was the bride's only attendant. Donald Brown of Hope served as best man. The bride is a graduate of Harrison High School and is associated with Arkansas Acceptance Corporation. The bridegroom attended Louisiana Polytechnic Institute al Huston, La., and now associated with West's Department Store After a trip the couple will be at home in. Harrison; • Coming and Going . The Rev. and Mrs, Dale Card nci- and two sons of Norto'nvillo Kan., arc visiting Mr. and Mrs Hugh Hall. Mr. Gardner, was or dained June II during the Kan sas Methodist Conference. . Weather Claudia McCorkle THE HEMPSTEAD FORESTRY Queen's contest will be held at Washington July 4 and one of the contestants is Claudia Louise McCorkle, M, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hallar McCorkle. She is sponsored by the Victory 4-H Club. here with relatives. Mr: and Mrs. Dock'Wimbcrly and.twQ children of New Orleans .(L^S .n \unt'« \\7r\/lrt*\t*i-In» >«• < nr .j,, ,,t ' ' Continued from Pate OM tonight and Saturday. A tittle cooler north portion tonight and Saturday. Lowest C2-72. Highest in 80s Saturday. MISSOURI—Fair today, tonight and Saturday; little cooler today |nnd tonight east nnd south; warmer northwest with little change in I temperatures cost and south Sat. jtirdny; high today lower BOs northwest, 75-82 east and south; low tonight near GO northwest, 50s cast and south THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, clear •Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Boston, cloudy Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, clear DCS Molncs, clear Detroit, cloudy Fairbanks, cloudy Honolulu, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Helena, clear clear Canadians Under Wing of Benny By CYNTHIA LOffRY AP T NEW YORK (AP)— Wayne ami DOROTHY DIX Bullying Husbands Beware! Dcnr Helen: Thanks for your''what to do. You sniil to tell otif Sinister, the team of " Cnnmiinnl'» lk wilh lhc nclvlcc to take no more insults from my hushnnd. It's helped me over the hurdles, t hnvc n friendly M M 'Ml 7! .. !)4 M .. B!> 60 .. 73 M .. 73 59 .. M 5li .08 70 G2 . . 1)5 .51 74 04 .. 74 59 .04 Show.' " comedians who made their American debut as proteges of Ed Sullivan, will bow in Sunday night as stars of a situation comedy under the wing of Jack Benny. In terms of prestige, this is very nice sponsorship. The two comedians play social directors of a resort in the scries one of those setups dear to Hollywood comedy writers because it opens the door on a wide variety children once a week about right and wrong nnd in a way that won't make them lose respect for their father. As you advised, t faced him down when he started bullying me. My neighbors can't believe I'm the same person. My husband folks and then get married. I llt< crally kicked my fiancee mil.of the house last week nnd haven't seen or spoken to her since, tf 1 would have taken your advice, t'cl probably be in divorce court right now. "If the. shoe fits, wear It." Well, this lime It didn't fit tint! I'm glnd I made my own decision. I. doubt if you'll print this letter like you did the last one to show treats me will) now rospccl. that you were wrong, but I would Why don't more women stand up for themselves and their rights? Don't gel me wrong—1 realize there lire rights and wrongs of - hopefully-amusing slui-' 0 " b . (lth ' ? idcs lml . lo '""W Wlim " tions. "Holiday Lodge" is made by Benny's production company nnd will be the summer replacement for his program. "We aren't completely sold on the 'Holiday Lodge' title," confessed Johnny Wayne. "We thought it would be helpful if we could call it 'The Jack Denny 73 55 85 75 91 70 The team is also u little dtibi- La., w.cre Wednesday guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Horlon , of Washington and also . vistied in .Hope. Mr, and Mrs. S. F> Thomas arid.' Marilyn- and Mark of Oak- Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, cloudy Louisville, cloudy Memphis, cloudy Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy i >i /-i IT I .... • ' ' .jvinwciuKci:, ciuuiiy la 1, Cahf., arc visiting Mr and' Mpls .. S( . Palll , * lcnr Mus. .Br-ice • Thomas and Peggy while on. their vacation.- 'Mr. and Mrs.' James C. Henry had as guests in'their home her . , ». ... , .nmvn_ii/iiici, \-iviv sister, Mrs. Russell Johnson and ph, )cn j x clouclv husband, of Rcdondo Beach, Calif., piiisbuVi'li clear •i»irl lm.. C.. I I » 11 t m» .11 i O I I** HI New Orleans, clear New York, clear Oklahoma Ci(.y, clear Omaha, clear .Philadelphia, cloudy and.her father, W. A. Voungblood of Dallas, Texas. 00 45 84 59 111 62 71! 67 M 71 nn no 112 54 711 40 «7 69 73 en 911 (Mi 76 51 M M 112 IK) 75 M .13 .09 bling and would gladly sell the State of Arkansas out to the Oak- awn Jockey Club." The bond issue is tied to income rom the Oaklawn race track. Windsor said the governor "Is a man very ill at case and none of he answers he offered solved any of the problems facing the state." Faubus said "that motley crew" vas fighting him through the jonds "because 1 defended the icoplc's right for self-government n J957." He spoke of the Central High School integration crisis. Faubus displayed a copy of the Portland, Me., cloudy (12 57 .77 Portland. Ore., clear Rapid City, clear Richmond, clear Captain arid-Mrs.'Turd Jlogue have returned to their home at st. Louis, clear K. I. /Sawyer Air Base/ Mar-kail Lake City, cloudy 101 (iff queue,, Mich. His parents, Mr. San Diego, clear 72 62 !!« 51 .. 7!» 51 .. IH 62 .03 114 511 .. and Mrs. R. ,p. Moguc accompanied Ilium home after spending two weeks traveling. The llogues also visited purls of Canada.- a'fkl Mrs. Henry Schacfc and Ruth Brown, all of Dallas Texas, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs Jim Ticlvvell. ; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tranum o Memphis, Tcnn., arrived Thursday night to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robins, and Mrs. John Hudson and son of Torre Haute, Incl., joined them Friday. Mr and Mrs. Billy Duckett went to Little Rock Thursday to be with D. D. Glover and family of Vlalvern when Mr. Glover underwent surgery. James William Canlley of Den•or, Colo., was in Hope last week visiting relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs. W. II. Brczcll and laughters of Fort Worth, Texas, ire visiting the Joe Polk family. Mrs. James E. Bean and sons of Memphis, Tenn., returned to heir home Thursday after a visit with Mrs. Glen Williams and Misses Marie and Nannie Purkins. Mr. and Mrs. George Patrick Minshaw and children of Fremont, Texas, are visiting the Rev. and Mrs. Rufus Sorrclls. Mrs. Jack Fountain and son Jack and Mrs. Edgar Woodsor of Prcscott will leave Saturday for San Francisco, Calif., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Woodson and family. They will also go to Disneyland and will return by way of Denver, Colo., where they will visit J. Edgar Wodson, Jr. Miss Josic Anderson of Little Hospital Notes Memorial .Admitted:,: Mrs. Roy Ransom, Hope; Mrs. 'William }?. Young, Columbus; • Mr. H.. L. Volontiiie, Hope; Mrs. C. . V. . Nunn, .Hope; Jewell Martin, Hope; David Johnson, Hope;- Gracie. Kcggan, Hope; Miss Gwendolyn • Frith, Hope; Mr. : McRac Andrews, Hope; Mrs. San Francisco, cloudy 60 53 Scjillle, clear !I1 54 Tampa, cloudy 111) M Washington, clear 1)1 67 M—Missing:) A..B. Martin, Irfope; Mr. AJfrcd W. Crawford, -Emmet; Mr. Car! Roberts, Hope; Mrs. Henry Smith, Hope; Mrs. Gail Sinyard, Faubus Labels Continued from Pace One the specific provisions of the bond act," be said. McClinton's comment was, "Is the governor's career at sUike?" Rev. McDonald said, "11 is the race issue, but the horse race issue, not integration, t regret that while the governor is a fellow Baplist he has no con- Detroit Free Press, which he said ful wife en just keep quid and swallow he insults. I've corrected this sit- uition, thanks: to you. I've (diked lo several down-trodden wives, trying to put spirit into them like you did in me, but Ihey're so afraid it's n sorry sight. Their homes may be neat bill I hey look so forlorn and beaten, it would wring your hear). I'm going to get these poor creatures together and help Ihem read the riot nc( to their bullying husbands. One of the nicest things happened. My brothers and sisters, selng how I took heart nnd made a stand, arc helping me by giving the children the price of a trip to visit all our family for three weeks this summer, And I've saved enough to visit my husband's cousin, ;i fine woman who always fell for me in my misery but said nothing. So dear Helen, your advice has brought, our families logolhcr. You sure must come across some very mixcd-up people, like I was. God bloss you and yours. —A Groat- ;>ublishcd an article saying moderates and "red necks" may bund together to "unhorse Gov.Faubus, damaging his prestige." The governor showed a copy of an unsigned letter from a school superintendent to a teacher, which he said told the teacher that the pay check enclosed would be her last if she didn't, vote against the bond issue. Faubus also lashed the Arkansas Ga/cltc, Arkansas Democrat, Pine Bluff Commercial and other Dear Grateful Wife: liven one letter .such as yours justifies month's columns. Bui. Ihc best advice is useless mill's acted upon. You had the courage and Ihc initiative to lace your huband. In the end (his will hulp him as much as you by uniting Instead of dividing Ihc family. May you be; an inspiration tu all down - trodden wives! Dear Helen: About two months ippreciate a reply, —D. W. Dear 1). W.: I'd like to hear 'our ex-fiancee's side of the story. I sounds lo me as if she were he winner in this on-again-off- igain affair Send your problems lo Helen Wordcn ICr.sldno. Be sure to end .•lose a stamped, sclf-addresscil envelope nnd address her care, of his newspaper. Hlpful leaflets available. Write for "Broken lto« ivmnees." Dorothy Dlx \% a registered trademark A Bell Syndicate Feature Ocean City, Md., becomes !ltic •second largest city in Maryland (luring the summer. The popular Atlantic resort's permanent population of %5 swells to 125,000 o)l some July and August weekends. SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRE INSURANCE — Also Life Insurance — SAM Me HENRY, Agent Phone 7-3441 or 7-2179 newspapers for what, he called "8 0 ., 1 , wl ' ol(J -y ml slski "K for help. biased reporting on the bond issue. "Never have I seen a greater deluge of propaganda," he said. "The opposition is obtaining advertising free of charge on the front pages." At that lime fiancee was living will) my of our par- cuts knew about it. 1 asked you OILS about formal.. "What wa really wanted to Ho quoted a Gazette editorial make," explained Frank Sinister, which he said acknowledged the need for a construction bond issue. But he Icfi out three paragraphs which qualified the editorial and said the "proposed bond issue Hope; Mrs. Joe Walkins, Hope; | scicncc . lgaj|lst (hc cvj , of g!lm . "was an underwater Western .set in the li)2()s. That would have really caught on." The team, has specialized during their lon^ career in Canada, Mr. L. B. Polk, Hope;Mrs. Mattic Ward, Hope; Mrs. Nora Edmaiston, BIcvins; Mrs. Joe Gaines, Hope; Mrs. Billy Stone, Hope might be reduced without render-)where they are important TV ing the program ineffective." istars, in satiric '.sketches. DIXIE DRIVE-IN A Good Family Program TONIGHT — SAT. "FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE" He Had a Way With People and Animals Plus RANDOLPH SCOTT in •COMANCHE STATION' SUN. - MON. 7:30-9:00 The Adult Comedy they'™ All Talking About "THE GRASS IS GREENER" With : Cary Grant - Robert Mitchum , Discharged:^ Mrs. Annie Bell Castle, - Hope; Mrs. Billy Ray McBay and baby girl, Hope; Mrs. Charles Ilonca, Hope; Mrs James W. Jayton, and baby girj. Hope. Mr. Carl Ray Turner,Hope; Mr. Dwighl Walton, Hope; Mrs. Earl T, Stone, BIcvins; Mr. Wade Bcncfiekl, Hope; Mr. Gordon Skinner, Hope; Mrs. James R. White'head, Rosslon; Mr. Hollis Luck, Hope; Mr. Foy Mammons, Hope; Mr. W. A. Downs, Washington; Mrs, T. S. Richards, Lake Village, Texas; Mrs. Phil Sulton, Prescott; Mrs. Mintie Clark, Hope; Mrs. Henry Fisk, Hope; Mr. Alfred Crawford, Emmet; Mr. W. T. Yarbcrry, Prcscoll; Jim Holmes, Hope; Mr. and Mrs. William R. Young of Columbus announce the arrival of a baby girl on June 20; Mr. and Mrs. Gail Sinyard of Hope announce the arrival of a baby girl on June 21. Branch Admitted:: Mr. William Greer, San Antonio, Texas; Miss Brcnda Cox, Hope; Mr. Horace Vines, Patmos, Mrs. Elizabeth Banister, Hope; Mrs. Jimmy Bruce, Hope; Mrs. Edmun Munscy, Hope; Gladys Walker, Washington; Mrs. Preston Sinyard, Hope; Mrs. Charles Kitchens, Hope Discharged: Mrs. W. 0. 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