Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 29, 1961 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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W1 MOM if At, Men, AftKAMIAt SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Sflttfeay, July 1 The Oak Grove Methodist Church .is sponsoring a Bake Sale on Saturday, July i beginning at 9 a.m. on the corner of Elm and Front SI. accross from the Bar*low. Monday July : Circle G of the VVSCS of First Methodist Church will not hold its rcgufcu; monthly meeting Monday July^Flnit will meet al the church immediately following the Union meeting Monday, July 10. Monday, July 10 WMS Hoyal Service of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday July 10 (postponed because of the 4lh holiday) The business meeting 'conducted by Mrs. Harold Brents president, will begin at 11:30 a.m A ccfcarod dish luncheon will be served at 12:15. The Annie Hoover Circle, with Mrs. Perry Moses chairman, will serve as hostesses Mrs. Leonard Ellis is the Social Chairman. The Royal Service Program at i p.m. will be presented by (lie Hazel Sorrels Missionary Circle, Mrs. llocly Butler chairman. The church nursery will be opened al 11:15 a.m. A*! —'• —~ Andrews-Coker Rehearsal Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andrews were hosts to members of the •Andrews-Cokcr wedding parly on •June 2G at 7:30 p.m. Following the wedding rehearsal at • Wheeler Chapel ot the First Methodist Church of Pine Bluff, 'guests went lo the 'Embers Restaurant svherc they were enter- 1'aind.wilh a dinnr. The parly was sealra at a T-Shaped table centered with while mums flanked on each side by white candles in silver candelabras. The bride-elect and the groom lo be chose this occasion lo present gifts lo their allendanls. Tuesday Bridge Club .Meets A local Tuesday Bridge Club met with Mrs. II. C. Whitworth on Kfene 27 in a selling enhanced with daisies. The two tables of players included club guests Mrs. Carroll Slory and Mrs. E. E. Dattner of Houston. When scores were tallied, Mrs. Miss Mayme Alice Kidd Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Kidd of Hope announce Ihe approaching marriage of their daughter, Maymc Alice lo Duane L. Saska also of Hope, formerly of Sandtis- ky, Mich. The svedding will be held in Ihc local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Wilncsscs, July 8 al 3 p.m. No cards will be sent. Miss Virginia Ann Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. David Mitchell of Columbus, announce the engagement, and approaching marriage of their daughter, Virginia Ann. lo Jimmy W. Eaves, son of Mrs. Miss Drolitne Plattner Mr. and Mrs. Wilson W: Plal*» ncr of SI. Albans, ,W. Va:, announce the engagement of their daughter, Drollenc, to Charles R. Tittle, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Tittle of Hope. The wedding will take " place August 29 al Ihc 'First Baptist Church in St. Albans. •-•••• Both Miss Plattner and 'Mr. Tittle' are honor ' graduates of CKiachita Baplist College, Arkadelphia. ' The couple will attend (lie U o'f Texas for graduate study. Miss Plaltncr is Ihe recipient-of a University Fellowship and Mr. Tit lie is a Woodrow -Wilson and Danforth Fellow. . • • • Hospital Notes Memorial Admitted: Mrs. A. B. Martin, Hope; Mrs. Bobby Embry, Hope', Mrs. Ross Moore, Hope; Betty Jewell Armstrong, Hope; Mrs. Mary Jane Jones, Pnlmos; Gordon Skinner, Hope; Delia Moss, Hope; Mrs. S. A. Westbrook Sr., Nashville; Joe O'Rokc, Hope; Mrs. Clarence Harte, Hope; T. A. Gathrighl, Hope; Leonard Gray of Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Gayle Sinyard and baby girl, Hope; James Ball, Hope; Mrs. Charles Jones and baby girl, Saratoga; David Johnson, Hope; Mrs. Nora Edmaiston Blcvins; J. C. Thompson. Hope; Oliver Rider, Hope: Mrs. W. R. Young and baby girl, Columbus; Mrs. Matlic Ward, Hope; Joe Gaines, Hope; Belly Armstrong and baby boy, Hope; Howard Muldrew, Hope; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wcslbrook Sr. of Nashville, announce the arrival of a baby boy born June 27. 16 Highway Continued from PMC OM Alicia: Ken M. lloflnn am! Co., Little Dork, $rmn,'l!W. Lonoke—tt.13 miles of surfacing on Inlcrstntc Highway '10 from tlio Pnlaski County line cast wnrd to lion of nn interchange on Inlcr-llhe Highway ;u junction near stale -to near (he Mmimcllc Ordi- Lonokc; W. R. Foil-child Ltd.. 2nd Phase Bids on Titan Base LITTLE HOCK (AP) —Hills un Iho second phase of construction of the ill Titan II missile launchers in north central Arkansas will bu opened July 7. The contract will amount to more, than $30 million on the mechanical and'electrical work for the launching silos. Phase two construct ion will begin on some sites Sept. 2. Slicltm of Fairficld, Bancil Franeiskovich. now Mrs. nance Works near North Little Rock. E. 13. Barber Const met ion Co. of Fort Smith had an apparent low hid of J570.GOO on construction of nn overpass of Inlcrstntc 40 above the Missouri Pacific tracks and Highway fiS at Levy. Oilier jobs by counties with apparent low bidders anil their bids include: Monroe and Phillips — Heloca- lion of 5.-IG miles of Highway I from Turner northeastward to near Cypert: Mt-Goorgo Contracting Co., of Pine Riuff. $-lon,H!M. Little Uiver—l.fii) milo.s of surfacing on Highway ;i2 between the end of a current job westward to Komby; Business Associates ot Hot Springs, $!)!),2!i(i. Jackson, and Lawrence—llecon- slruclion of .U.5U miles of High, way l>7 between Tiickeriiian anil Cab Driver Killed by Carnival Truck HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AIM - A Hot Springs cab driver was killed when he was run over by a (ruck at a carnival grounds here late Tuesday night. Dr.. D. C. Leo. the 'Garland County coroner, said Thomas Miller, M, apparently wen! to sleep under the truck. Ills head was crushed, He was a native of Paragonld and had lived in Hot Springs for four years. $1,568,821. Lonokc—2.!!!) miles of surfacing on Highway 8!) between (he Pulaski County line and Cabot: f'Yesh- our Corp., Sweet Home, $77,7I>0. Conwny—2.0!) miles of .surfacing on Highway 12-1 between Point Ke- jmovc Creek and Highway iifi junction; J. YV. McCraeken of Comvay, $r27.lt«tt. Pope—1.5!) miles of surfacing on Highway 12-1 between the junction' of Highway 105 to near Appleton; .1. \V. McCraeken. $2fi!U. r >ri. Bcntoii—(i.lfi miles of surfacing on Highway !M between Pea Hidge and (lie Missouri stale line; Fors- gron Bros., ol Forl Smith, $2;!8,2l>7, Newton—2,,'KI miles of surfacing on Highway 21 liiiwccn Moxley and Fallsville; I'l. E. Barber, Barber, $;il7,!)0:i. Mississippi — KemoiU'ling of bridge on Highway II) over Big Lake floodwny relief near Manila; Bridge Co.. "North LiUfc Hock, $l03,nfi5. Lawrence—Widening of i*-inilc of Highway f.7 in Wnlnnl Ridge; D. F. Jones Construction Co., of Lilllc Rock, $31,242. Faulkner and While—7.18 miles of surfacing on Highway 3fi from Mount Vermin northward: Reynolds and Williams of Little Rock. $2!X),G5'1. Desha—11.0 miles of surfacing on a county road between Highway 1 and Highway 4; Ben Hawkins Contracting Co., of Lake Village, $3!)7,375 SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK —FIRE ""'"INSURANCE — Also Lift Insurant* — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phont 7-3441 or Miff Wo wish lo express our appreciation for Ihc many ways in which wo were remembered during our bereavement due to Ihc death of our mother and grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Baker. . • Mr. and Mrs. J. (3. Baker Prccl and Kay ,..'''. DOROTHY ::.DJX Has Distance Cooled His Love? • Dewcy Camp was high. The game i W. W. Eaves of Plainview, Tex. prize was won by Mrs. Whitworth. For refreshments the hostess served, an ice course. Coming and Going Mr. Mrs. Marlin Faughl of Greenboro, Ala. vislcd this past weekend with his cousin C. U. Faught and family. This was first visit here in 27 years. DIXIE On Hwy. 29 • Vi Mile S, Hope Hi > HURRY - - - LAST NITE "From the Terrace" FRIDAY -- SATURDAY Double Thrill Show . . . See Both Features After 9 P. M. — First Shew 7:45 - Also "TEENAGERS FROM OUTER SPACE" DUSK TO DAWN SHOW JULY 3 FIREWORKS JULY 4th The bride-elect has been leading in Sundown, Tex. The groom elect, is the Court Reporter for Judge Hawthorne Phillips of the 107th District Court in Brown- villc, Texas. The couple plan lo be married in July and will reside in Brown- villc. Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Murphy and children of Crossetl plan to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Murphy. Mrs. Fred McElroy and Mindy have been ' visiting Mrs. E. E. Dattner in Houston. She brought them home and is spending the week in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burke and Paul have returned to their homp in Waterloo, 111., after spending a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of DC Ann and Mr .and Mrs. Jack Cromer of Blevins. Mr. Burke' will leach al Belleville Junior College this summer. Miss Elaine Hash and Miss Martha Bloeker of Sherman, Tex. are visiting Ihc James II. Jones family. By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: My fiance, who is in the Service, has just sent me a picture of himself and two Japanese girls.' He asked me not to date any boys while he was .overseas, but here he is going out with other girls. We expect to marry next March. Each monlh hp sends me a savings bond so that we may have a start. We planned a, church wedding. . Now he writes, "I'm not trying lo break our engagement but weddings scare me.!' Friends warned me not lo gel myself engaged to a hoy in the services unless.I married him straight off and went overseas with him. Were Ihey right? Should I break our.engage- ment? —Worried Dear Worried: A prolonged engagement, particularly when .the principals arc separated, can de- lerioi'alc into an endurance lesl. Your fiance's fear of weddings and interest in other girls arc storm warnings. An offer to release him would clear the air, and put the decision up lo him. Me will probably love you all llio more for giving him the chance. If he doesn't, well—better a small heartache now than a greal big one later, . Confidential to Pat: Don't shilly- shally. You are the only one who can really decide whether lo continue as a wife-in-name-only, or walk, out on a marriage which has long .since, ceased to be one. Bui —for .your- .own peace of mind and the happiness of your children, il is imperative that you come to a decision. Since your husband continues to love and see Ihe other woman and, since she bore him a child, il would seem thai divorce —thai court of' last resort—is Ilia best answer if your religion permits it. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Drowty of Gary, Inct. and Miss April Drow- ly of Easl Chicago, relnrned home Thursday after visiting Ihc llaskcll Jones family. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lewis of mcmbcrcd Valentine. as Ihc former Lucy Dear Helen: I am the wife of a graduate student who has an aversion to staying home with his family. 1 appreciate th»: fact that he must sludy 1ml [eel he. should al least spend Sunday afternoons with me and our two children. I 'am British and my family lives in England. We have no car here and. at prcsiict are making the best of life in a housing project,.What really upsets me is thai my husband devotes all his leisure time to sports. He Says he needs the relaxation and that spending time will) us is no relaxation at all, 1 need a little myself. I will abide by what you advise. —S. Dear S.: I know exactly how you feel: Young, jusl at the ago when you should be enjoying life yet stuck in a dreary .housing project with two small children and a husband who disregards his responsibilities. Il's all very well lo say you shouldn't have married him but you did and somewhere along the John Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7-4616 HOPE, ARK. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY YOUR FRIENDLY FREE! FREE! We arc giving away a ','. ,''.. $49.95 ELGIN LADIES WRIST WATCH July 1st. Do sure to register this week. Nothing to buy. rawing at 4 p. in. Saturday, July 1st. REG. 14c PAPER NAPKINS CHEF1M pxbf e of 80 tor a perfect picnic . partner. NOW ONLY Mrs. Floyd Ellis of Cicburnc, W ay you must have loved each Texas spent the weekend with nilior Fapn il Vnn mm-norl nn Mr. and Mrs.- R. E. Cain. Mr. and Mrs. Mitch LaGrone spent the weekend in Dallas with Gleiidale, Calif, left for tbeii'home his sislur - Mrs. Kenneth Daniels after a visit with Mrs. Willy Macl allt l M' 1 - Daniels. Ramsey. Mrs. Lewis will be re- Volda Says: A man with a wonderful vocabulary is one who can describe a shapely girl without using his hands. SAENGER THEATRE AIR - CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT LAST TIME TONIGHT " Matinee 1:4S Nite 7:00 - 9:00 SUNDAY 3UINUMI " FRIDAY Matinee 1:45 Nite ... 7:00 SATURDAY Opens 12:30 Wliance Film Distributors Limited Production • A' Universal-International Release ALSO A MOTION PICTURE WITH A WBAi. OPP-MATI * WARWICK PRODUCTION • A COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE SUNDAY MONDAY KIDS! -..vCOLOR by DE LUXE 1 WATCH FOR SPECIAL 4th OF JULY SHOW Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson Jr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis Wednesday, en route home in Little Rock. to their Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dougherly and children of Alexandria, Va., are visiting in Hope with her father, Paul Simms. \ R. U. Herod Jr. of Richardson, Tex. will spend the weekend will] I available. his family, who is visiting the Foy llummons. Mrs. Floyd Ellis of Cleburne, Tex., Mrs. May Blackard of San Marcus and Mrs. H. E. Gain lejt Tuesday for a visit in Mississippi, other. Face it. You married an adolescent.. Help him to grow up by assuming he is mature enough to cope with life—in his case, domestic duties. Remind him that marriage is a partnership and you, as well as he, arc entitled to a few hours of relaxation. Ask for every other Sunday off with or without him and the children. And be certain you lake it even if you go by yourself to a museum, concert or movie. Send your problems to Helen Wordcn Erskine. Be sure to enclose • a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address her care ot this newspaper. Helpful leaflets Write for 'To Marry —or Wait." Dix is a r c gi & t u rcd Vadema r l<. Re'cascd by The Bell Syndicate Mark Steven Barnett of Monroe La., is visil ing his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gilbert. She Has 'Great' Grandmothers FA1UF1ELD, Vt. (AP) - Rola, lives got lo figuring after hearing Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shipp and; o f u ie i^m 0 [ Joanette Francis- son of Irvi)), Tex. are Ibis weeks;k 0 vich in Canton. HI., June 23. guest, of her mother, Mrs. Mary FA1RFIELI), Vt. (AI'i — Hela Collins. 'lives got to figuring after hearing « kovich in Canton, III., June 23. Mrs. Thomas Berry Jr. and j They figured Joanelte has two children and Mrs. Thomas Berry ;granclmolhcr.s, Iwo great-grand- Sr. all of Crossed: were guests j mot hers and three great-gruat- t'liis weekend of Mrs. C. C. Coll- grandmothers, ins. And for good-fairy grandmother . 'measure, Jcvmctto has one stcp- Loffol and Gary Gentry of L.R. Sproat-grandmother ;mrl ono slop- woro in Hope Tnosday and at grcat-grcaK'randmothej.'. tended funeral services for Mrs. Grammie rich Joanotte is (he E. J, Baker. daughter of the (onnt-r Dianne (Tough covered BALLS -JT Longer in Distance 4% F iflAA t Longer *«^VY in Life. For A Burn Free Tern SUNTAN CREAM c "EXPOSE" Promotes m all ovtr tan. 6-OZ. Sin 98 REG. 23 POLAROID SUNGLASSES 1" ITC.U. dCo >-^y\ WAXED \ PAPER The utmost in sun protection for your eyes.. ^ Urn 100 foot rod, hy MOIST TEX, KM* fwd fresh nywr For a safety measure Take a tube along. 1 -01 89'Mb. White Vaseline The first aid kit in- a jar. For a safe & secure 4th 69 FINE COSMETICS SALE! Elizabeth Arden Blue Gross Cologne 52.50 Site $2.00 Dusting Powder $2.50 Site $2,00 Dorothy Grey Orange Flower Skin Lotion or Texture Lotion Regular $3.50 Silt in both. Only $1.75 Sunday July 2nd is Our Sunday to Be Open 9 a. m, to 12 noon - 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Stripe Tooth Paste 53c Size Tubes 2 For V>9C Westclox Calico Horse Clock Just the thing for the Children's ^O OQ room. Regular $4.95 Only 3>^£.VO Mexsana Heat Powder Large Size «? <3C S&H GREEN STAMPS WITH EACH PURCHASE AT.... COX'S

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