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June 27, 1961

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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, June 1961 HOP I ITAt, MOP I, AtRAMIAI TltflNI IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. C^jendar Tuesday, June 2? The Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class of Methodist Church will have a pot luck supper at Grassy Lake Tuesday night, June •27 at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Lloyd Spender hostess and Mrs. Harry Haw, thorne and Mrs. E. J.' Whitman co-hostesses. All who plan to attend meet at the church from 6 t<y>:30 for transportation. | Monday, July 10 j VVMS Royal Service of the First j Baptist Church will meet Monday , July 10 (postponed because of the 6 4th holiday) The business meeting | conducted by Mrs. Harold Brents i president, will begin at 11:30 a.m. «A covered dish luncheon will be i served at 12:15. The Annie Hoov- »cr Cjcle, with Mrs. Perry Moses Jchainnan, will serve as hostesses »Mrs. Leonard Ellis is the Social J Chairman. The Hoyal Service <Program at 1 p.m. will be pre- 'scnted by the Hazel Sorrels Mis- ,sionary Circle, Mrs. Hody Butler 'chairman. The church nursery IJ will be opened at 11:15 a.m. Friday Bridge Meet ; M^. C. C. Lewis, entertained Jlicr Friday Bridge ;Ciub June 23. sTwo tables of members enjoyed *play in a setting of dahlias, roses jand daisies. ' Mrs. R. E. Cooper and Mrs. sM. M. McCloughan were high Score winners. For refreshments fin ice course was served by the ostcss. votional was given by Mrs. Marvin Arterbury. Taking part on the program were Mrs. Lloyd McClellan, Mrs. Jewell Still, Mrs. Zona .Green, Carol McClellan, Gwen Allen, Mrs. Sidney Churchwell and Mary Marcum. Mrs. Gwen Allen gave the closing prayer. There were 46 present. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Booth of Covina, Calif. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fant of Little Rock spent the weekend Vote Seen as Continued from Pat* dnt will be a demand for the legislature to enact new taxes to meet the construction needs." It was a filling end to the bitter campaign that has aligned many of the state's organizations influential citizens on one side or the other. Paubus has mustered the support of college presidents, the powerful Farm Bureau board, and all slate offices. Opponents include the Arkansas Education Association, which has widespread influence among public school teachers; former Govs. McMath and Ben Lanc.v; a majority of the stale's newspapers, and the state Republican Party. The campaign Is a story in it here with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar self and it effects apparently will fi Mac Auxiliary Meets {; The Cora Mac Auxiliary of Garrclt Memorial Baptist mcl on {Tuesday in the home of Mrx Harold Marcum. Prayer was led by Rev. Harold Marcum after Which the program, "Faith of I Our Fathers" was given. The do•Saenger THEATRE TONIGHT: "101 Demotions' Held Over!! WED. — THURS. For Children Over 12 ...the most frightening motion picture you have ever seen! 1 SUN. - "TRAPP FAMILY" Cox and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fant. Jack McCabc of Lafayette, La. was here for a weekend visit with his mother, Mrs. E. J. McCabe. George Peck Jr. lias returned home from an extended European tour. Miss Becky Crow of Overland Park, Kan. is visiting her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Crow'. Attending a Jurisdictionai week end of the Wcsleyan Service Guild in Fayelteville over the weekend were Mrs. James McLarly Jr., •Hope District Secretary and Miss Mary Louise Cope-land, Hope District Recording Secretary. Mrs. died Hall of Batesvillc and her granddaughters, Brcncla rand Susan Stewart of Denver, Colo., arrived Monday to visit Mrs. A. T. Jewell. Bill and Pat Davis have as their guests this week Ka/uo Honda and Tassu Yokoyama of Tokyo Japan. They were neighbors when Bill was stationed in Japan in 1957. Honda and Yokoyama arc in I'iic import-export business. Mrs. Leon Bundy had as Sunday guests, Mrs. Newt Buncly of Stephens, Jack Buncly of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. William Bundy, Bill Jr. and Don of' Hot Springs, Mike Buncly of Denver, Colo, and Mrs. Percy Osborne of Reidsvillc, N.C. ;o on after the election. The Army Monday ordered an Invcsti gad'on to determine whether the adjutant general of Arkansas and iis aide mis-used the government franking privilege during the cam paign. The Army responded to a com plaint by Rep. J. H. Cottrcll Jr. of Pulaski County, who alleged that Adjutant Gen. Sherman Clingcr and Clingcr's assislan Col. John B. Morris, ordered.na- tional guardsmen to vote for the bond issue. The Army said it had no conlro. over Clingcr and Morris because they are not on active fcdera service, but it said their letters mailed free, merit investigation The investigation will be con ducted under the supervision of Gen. Herbert B. Powell, com manding general of the Continent al Army Command at Fort Mon roc, Va. Faubus declined to predict vie lory Monday, but he did say thai if the people were properly in formed, the bonds should pass bj 'i to 1. Joshua K. Shepherd, ai opposition leader, has predietec victory for the anti-bond forces McMath touched on almos every anti-bond argument in his 30-minute speech. He said Fanpu: claims the slate cannot set i ceiling on the interest rales to be charged by the money lenders Yet, McMath said, during hi administration, highway bond were issued with an interest ceil ing of 3.2 per cent. Faubus re plied to this by saying McMath had sponsored a bond program "almost identical to this one." McMath said his bond issue wa Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hamilton callage, and the bonds wer — .'tailed in, saving the taxpayer millions of dollars, he said. H aid the present bond would cos... the taxpayer millions because n interest ceiling was set. Faubus replied, saying his bond arc callable, and would be sold DIXIE DRIVE- So. of Hope Hi School TUES - WED - THURS Showtime 7:45 "From the Terrace" The Best-Seller is on the screen with all its intimate emotions intact! with NEWMAN - WOODWARD Cor toon: Stairway to the Stars Janet Roberta ANOTHER HEMPSTEAD Forestry Queen contestant is Janet Roberts daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Roberts. The contest will be held in connection with the annual July 3-4 celebration at Washington. From Records at Hempstead Courthouse Chancery Docket Lezzela Sampson vs Johnnie Sampson, Divorce. Mrs. J. 0. Stone el al vs SW/t SE'/4 Sec. 29-9-24. Petition, Mid States Homes Inc. vs. Olcn Ilcnney ct ux. Petition for for- closure. Barbara A. Rogers vs Noel Paul Rogers. Reciprocal support. Civil Docket J. C. Self vs L. L. Rowland. Plaintiff prays judgement for the sum of $1,050.00 plus costs. Marriage Licenses Issirtd Fredrick C. Castle, Hope, Judy DOROTHY Greater the Kindred, Less the Kindness is either mentally or physicBlly sick, and will, in the end, tytvck himself. Insist, that he hdVe * physical check-up. If he won't listen to reason, leave before Ms'de- stroys you r.s well as himself. By HELEN WORDEN ERSKIN .hearted but after all, they didn't t)ear Helen: I am the second!have the care of her. Evidently oldest brother in a family of eight |my kid brother look their side but boys and three girls. There are it hurts to have him (urn against o the lowest bidder. McMath said added horse race gambling revenue and tightening of Use tax exemptions will provide only $1 million a year to pay off the bonds, and at least $3.5 million a year will be needed. An additional $3.5 million will be needed, he said, to operate the new buildings, and he asked where .hat money was coining from. He said operating funds have been diverted from the Univcr- Lily of Arkansas Medical Center in Little Rock for "pet political projects" and the center is operating at only 55 per cent of capacity. He questioned the wisdom of going into debt to build new buildings, then not having the money to run them. Faubus lashed his critics and said,, "All,of this hullaballoo will blow away like smoke in a breeze once (he election is settled." Faubus said that, regardless of the outcome, he is proud of his "present standing" and his effort on behalf of the bonds. So it's up to the voters. They must decide whether they believe Faubus when he says the bonds arc a safe way of providing needed construction without ' more taxes or a drain on slate funds, or whether they believe the opposition which says Hie bonds are wasteful, provide opportunity for graft, and 'will silrely result in higher taxes or chopped school or welfare funds. The Little Rock Ministerial Alliance voted unanimously Monday to oppose the bonds because they were lied to gambling revenues and the ministers arc opposed to supporting stale institutions "with funds realized from a source which wo consider morally reprehensible." always tips and downs in a family this size but this particular 'down" has got me down. My youngest brother is'about to be married. Everybody but I have received an invitation to the wedding. 1 think the world of this boy. My wife and 1 raised : him with our daughter, who is about the same age. 1 feel some of the older brothers and sisters may have alienated him. Our father died many years ago. Mother, ti cripple and bed- iddcn, lived with us. Finally, we iad s lo put her in a nursing-home. The others thought this hard- me. —F.C. Dear F.C.: There arc always carpers in every family. If your sisters nnd brothers felt so slong- ly about your mother going to n home, why didn't they lake her into theirs? See your brother and clear the air with good, honest, man-to-man talk. Beth Davis, Hope. Thomas H. Scarcy, Dallas and Genevicvc Marie Cash, Dallas. 11. A. Sooter, Hope, Mrs. Elva Marie Key, Hope. Qtiinlon Cox, lloi>e, Mrs. Jean Smith, Hope. Foreman Cement Plant to Expand FOREMAN, Ark. (AP)-.— Coiv struction of a $7.5 million addition which will double the output ol the Arkansas Cement Corporation plant here is expected to start next month. The plant, n subsidiary of Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co., was built, in 1059 at a cost of $12.5 million. The plant now produces 1.4 million barrels of cement a year. Dnnr Helen: I am n war bride wbo.se husband still carries on f) j war—with nu\ He gives me and our daughter everything, including his pny checks but— what a temper. He'll leave homo happy as a lurk nnd come back like n bull on the rampage, hitting whoever happens to be in his path— usually me. I'm black nnd blue, ncnliilly and physically. My folks, who live abroad, say 'oine home and divorce him. Our child doesn't speak my unlive Urn- iigo. If she nnd 1 do go home it will be difficult for her. My bus- band tells me he loves mo but lie's got n curious way of showing it. After 10 years, he's distant as t\ stranger to our dnuglitor—snys lie doesn't believe in being affectionate with children. Being from a distant country, it's hard for mo to know what to do, stand my husband's ill-temper and boatings, or divorce. —Desperate Dear Desperate: 111 - temper should never be tolerated. Life is hard enough without nerve-wrack ing scenes. Find the moral courage to tell your husband that, anyone who indulges in bad lumper Dear Helen: I recently renewed a friendship with a boy who has •skcd me to n dnncc. 1 like him nnd he me. Our friends will Sec the obvious when we come lo the dance together. Other dances-Arc coming up. If J still like this boy, I will wnnl to go only with him. What happens if another boy asks me first? 1 will be 16 (lay before the next dance. Going with my "Mr. Special" would be extrff special. What are your thoughts, oil this problem? —N. Dear N.: Slick to the old rule: irsl come, first served. The more wpular you are, the greater your success with "Mr. Special." Send your problems to Helen iVorden Ersklnc. Be sure to enclose a stamped, self-addressed emvelopu and address her cure of his newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write tor'• "Firm Friends." . ;t Dorothy D'x I* a rSI»»trt<l .. trademark. R«l"«*«rf bV The Be'l SX n «»ic«t« • SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRE ••-•INSURANCE — Alto Life Insurance —. SAM McHENRY, Agent Phone 7-3441 «r 7-UTf .. of Las Vegas Nevada visited their mother, Mrs. S. R. Hamilton and other relatives here over, the weekend. Mike Buncly of Denver, Colo, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Byers and Mrs. Leon Bundy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack While and Jay of Monroe, La. spent the weekend with Mrs. J. W. Wh'ito. They arc attending LSU where Jack is working on 'his Masters Degree. PRE - 4th OF JULY SPORTSWEAR SPECIALS Just In Time For Your Big Holiday • Shorts — Jamaicas — Bermudas • Taper Pants • Pedal Pushers • Skirts • Coulottes » • Blouses • 2-Pc. Short Sets REDUCED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE The Fashion Shoppe Foster's Semi-Annual AL HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! MENS - WOMEN S - CHILDREN S SHOES :l < ' The shoe event of the year starts Wednesday morning at 8:00 A. M. You'll want to --«f5ti:- be here when the doors open for best selections. Not every size in every style but '.-iIL your size in many of these nationally advertised brands from our regular stock of \ Spring and Summer Shoes. 3 Sale Starts Wednesday June 28th LADIES SHOES L« All Sales Final 103 West Second Street Red Cross, Trim Treds, Jacquelines, California Cobblers, Paris Fashion. Values to $14.95 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ 8 Women's and Girls' KEDETTES Values to $4.95 $3.00 CHILDREN'S KEDETTES Values to $3.95 $3.00 One Lot Women's Terry Cloth HOUSE SHOES ONE LOT CHILDREN'S SANDALS Sizes Small 2 to 8 $2.00 CHILDREN'S POLL PARROT Spring and Summer SHOES Values to $6.95 $3-$4 MEN'S RAND SHOES Values to $16.95 $9.00 Values to $11.95 $6.00 BOYS' SHOES Brown Loafers Brown Lace Oxfords Values to $7.95 Size 3 to 6 $5.00 Be Here When The Doors Open Wednesday All Sales Final No Refunds No Exchanges FOSTER'S FAMILY SHOI STORE "WHERE GOOD SHOES ARE FITTED CORRECTLY" 115 E. 2nd St. COMIN FOSTER Phone 7-2700 NEXT TO POST OFFICE All Sales Final No Refunds No Exchanges

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