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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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kl * - A 4 Jim* io, Mil -** iETY Phone 7-3431 ietween 8 A. M. and 4 P. M, Calendar i ---;--'' Jol V ' [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 St. accross from Ihe Bar"low. Monday July : Circle 6 of the WSCS of First f Mclhodisl Church will not hold its • rcgjjar monlhly meeting Monday July 3 but will meet al the church .•immediately following Ihe Union meeting Monday, July 10. V Monday, July 3 Circle 3 of the WSCS of Firs 1 Methodist Church will meet Mon •day, July 3 al !J:30 in the hoim of Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, Mrs. Edwin Ward, leader. T*sday, July 4 The Annual 4lh July Country Club picnic will be al 0:30 Tuesday night. There will be Pol Luck and fireworks. Monday, July 10 WMS Royal Service of the First Baplisl Church will mecl Monday July 10 (postponed because of the 4lh holiday) The business meeting convicted by Mrs. Harold Brents president, will begin at 11:30 a.m. A covered 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 al 1 p.m. will be presented by the Hazel Sorrels Missionary Circle, Mrs. Ilody Duller chakman. The church nursery will-Tie opened at 11:15 a.m. Bride-Elect Honored With Tea Miss JoBeth Reltig, bride-elect of Frank Baggell of Memphis, I was honored with a gift lea at llhc Hope Country Club on Wed- Incsday, June 28. Hostesses, were I Mrs. Mike Kelly, Mrs. Theo Bonds I Mrs. Cline Franks of Fayeltcville IMnQMcRac Cox and Mrs. George | Wright . Gucsls were invited into the re- lecption room by Mrs. Franks, who I introduced them lo the receiving I line consisting of the honorcc, I Her mother, Mrs. B. L. Reltig, |Mr. Baggelt's mother, Mrs. M'. 1W. Baggell of Cullman, Ala., and line hostesses, Mrs. Bonds and |Mrs. Cox. AUjrcd in a while summer frock Itririv/ncd with matching lace and la pale blue belt,' the gucsl of lion- lor pinned a corsage of flour d'- lamour al her shoulder. Seasonal •flowers in crystal containers dc- Icorated the place of enlertain- Imcnt. The serving table was centered with a silver and cryslal cpergne. •holding Shasta daisies and yellow roses. Mrs. Wright poured punch, nncf^Wrs. Kelly served the bridal take' squares. Assisling in serving and allcrnaling at Ihe guesl ook were Misses Mary Lou Park, ara Mack Cox and Judy Robins. About 80 guesls called during Ihe appointed hours. sides the club members other guests at the two tables of players were Mrs. Foy Hammons of Knox ville, Tcnn, and Mrs. Ralph Emerson. Winning the high score prize for the evening was Mrs. Bill Tolleson. Mrs. Wayne Russell won second high and the game prize. Pie and coffee were served for refreshments. Coming and Going Thursday night Miss Rosamond Sample of El Dorado was the guest of Miss Sharon Foster On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Foster look (he two girls (o Dallas, where they left for summer school in Guadalajara, Mexico. In the fall Miss Foster will return to Randolph Macon in Lynchburg. Va., and Miss Sample will continue her studies at Sweet Briar in Sweet Briar, Va. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Springs and and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Springs will arrive Sunday from California to visil Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hunt and family. Misses Barbara and Cathy Tipton of Overland Park, Kan., are spending part of their vacation with Misses Marie and Nannie Purkins. Mrs. Willy Mae Ramsey is going to Dallas Saturday and will visit Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ramsey Jr. and family. James Miller and son James JElbert of Reno, Nev. arc visiting Mrs. X. B. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller. Mrs. Nellie Toepfcr, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Toepfcr and Steve all of Frecport, 111., are 'here as guests of the Clarence Hunt and Bud Hunt familys. Tuesday Bridge Club | Gardenias and daisies decorated lie home of Mrs. Gordon Bayless 27 when she entertained her rwi 2 eSoa eSoay Night Bridge Club. Be- HAROLD HENDRIX If PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pin* and Hardwood. Hep* Yard Prescotl Yard Uth & La. N. on Hwy. «7 7-4321 M-72311 SPRAYERS Row Crop and 'Posture Sprayers ' Is the Time to Buy -AT- PORTER Implement ft Garage ld St. Phone 7-27t7 Ask for a Demonstration Well Known Continued from Page One job, although sad at the idea of severing long and pleasant relations with McClcllan and his staff. "This is something new and I am going to be in on the ground floor," she said. "Naturally I'm excited over it." Her home is in Fort Smith. Mrs. Young, whose plans for the future are indefinite, has greeted callers and visitors to Fulbrighl's office since he first entered the Senate in 1945. Not the least of her duties was keeping track of Fulbright's appointments and engagements and trying to get him started off on time to meet them. She is a native of Paragould, Ark. it Wi rr A t, M o r i, A t R A N s A • Office Liles Photo, Pine Bluff Mrs. William C. Andrews Pentagon Continued from Pace One closed by a high official in Ihc Pentagon." The Sun-Times dispatch did not identify the national publication bul il apparently was a reference to a Newsweek magazine editoin which went on sale Monday. Newsweek said the Joint Chiefs of Staff would present lo Kennedy Ibis week a plan for action in Ihc Berlin situation, calling for a "show of strength" in an allcmpl lo convince the Sovicl Union that the United Stales docs not, intend to retreat Irom Berlin. Newsweek reported the United Slales is prepared lo back ils commitments to West Berlin 'even at the risk of nuclear war." Contract Let WASHINGTON (AP) — Army Engineers have awarded a $2,(i47,- 983 contract lo Wcstinghousc Electric Corp. for construction and installation of four big generators at Dardancllc Dam on Ihe Arkansas River.. Bids were opened last week in Liltle Rock. HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance This is a local institution, owned by the nearly 500 people who save their money here, and we're here to help YOU with your savings and loan problems. You are cordially invited to use our many facilities. Fred 0. Ellis, "J ^" 20) S. Main ling your city a better place U llvj, work and rilst • family- t mi nsun of i GROWING livings and Loan busiiwi Miss Judy Cokcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cokcr of Pine Bluff became the bride of LI. William C. Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andrews of Hope in Wheeler Chapel of Ihe First Methodist Church of Pine Bluff on Tuesday evening, June 27 al 7:30 p.m. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Hev. Edward Harris in front of an arch covered with greenery on each side with while gladiolus and spiral can- dclabras. The candles were lighted by ushers, Handle Coker, brother of Ihu bride and Allen Milehcl of Marianna, Ark. Ralph Hays of Arkadelphia was organist and Miss Annette Reeves of Malvern was vocalist. The bride, given in marriage by 'her father, wore a traditional wedding gown of silk-faced delustcred satin with a dropped waisl, bouf- •fant belled skirl with a wide straight center front panel adron- •ed with an overlay of clipped chanlilly lace, long satin sleeves, and wide scalloped neckline with overlay lace tapering lo a V at the center front. The skirt was draped to Ihe back with a cascade bustle folder in a court train. Her headdress was a half queen's crown of seed pearls and orange blossoms with a fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of while orchids and slcp- hanolis. The maid of honor and only attendant was Miss Glynda Allisoh J | of Little Hock. She wore a shell pink organza street length dress with matching hat. She carried a bouquet of deep red roses. LI. Andrews cosu LI. Charles Gibbs of Pine Bluff as his best man. Mrs. Cokcr, mother of the bride wore a frost rose sheath of silk lace tcirs, silk organza midriff and side bow. She wore mulching accessories and a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Andrews,... mother of Die groom, wore an ice blue .sheath of silk chiffon and lace, and crushed eumberbuncl wit!) matching accessories and a while orchid corsage. A reception was held in the church parlor immediately following Ihe ceremony. Members of the bride's sorority, Misses Judy Gorman, Kay Gallin, Pine Bluff, Vickie McDonald, North Lillle Rock, Ellen .Olds and Voniece Webb, Arkadelphia served the ;i- .'licrcd wedding cake, punch and Iminls. Miss Nancy Pate of Arka- dclphia presided al Ihe bride's book. For travel the bride wore a three piece pastel yellow linen, suit accented with while braid and I while accessories. She pinned a while orchid from her bouquet on her shoulder. LI. and Mrs. Andrews flew lo Hawaii on their honeymoon where they will be al home at 5U-57UB, Kc Iki Road, Oahu, Hawaii. U.S. May Add Continued from Page OiM and the establishment of some kind of international guarantee. The Western powers have rejected tills proposal repeatedly on the ground it would .lend lo domination of West Berlin by C&mmu- Hist East Germany. In recent wecr.s Khrushchev lias threatened lo sign n peace treaty with East Germany by the end of this year. lie claims this would wipe out the. rights of the Western powers with respect to Berlin, including access lo the city across East German territory. Husk said the Western powers arc in Berlin "by right, not by sufferance," "We have obligations to ourselves and to (he people of West Berlin," R usk sa i ( l in u | n , n . scribed discussion (CDS—At The Source), 'and we do not accept the notion that those rights can be terminated, or that, tho security of the people of that city can be endangered by the unilateral action taken by someone else." As to how (he crisis will de>'clop, Husk thought thai. Khrushchev might try to whittle down the rights of the Western powers in slow stages instead of presenting them with an open challenge as dramatic as a forcible interruption of their land or air traffic between West Germany and Berlin. Consultations are now going on intensively between the United Slates, Britain, France and West Germany and between them and Ihe oilier, members of the 15-na- lion North Atlantic alliance on preparatory m ensures which should be taken in the next few months. The East Germans issued a dc-TOO Wednesday that after Aug. 1 airplanes flying across its terri- ory must register with East Gernan authorities. The decree did iol specifically mention planes ising Ihe air corridors to Berlin, >ut U.S. officials thought the Reds night later seek to interpret it o apply to corridor flights. The Stale Department bluntly lenied the right of the [Cast Ler- nan regime to impose any refl- ations on allied air traffic using ho corridors. of, Little Hock, drowned in Ida "ason Calaway Gardens' Robin ake. His body was found floating iv deep water off the east shore if the lake where he had been swimming. The family was at the gardens fo ran afternoon outiiu' Youth Rtscutd From Pond SEARCY, Ark. (At')-Cries of Ins two brothers today summoned n passerby who rescued Donald Dye. n, from drowning in a slock pond. •Jerry Clemmoas sold he found Donald on the bottom of the bond. Clemmons revived Ihe boy t>V artificial respiration. Dytf '|/»(cr was reported in good condition at a Searcy hospital, lie was in 'the water several minutes. One of the brothers, Larry Jot!, M, said he tried to find tWirlatd after he stepped Into deep Water ) 'bul couldn't. Shouts of Urry stoe and Jackie, <i, alerted Mrs. Wulc Carnithers, who operates a.'cafe near the pond. She called for:help from Clemmons. The boys are Ihe sons of Mrs, Thelma Dye. The near trfejj&ly occurred near Ihe Dye home/on Highway (i?, about three miles north of here. ' ".' ; Miss Jlmmi c Ann Colo Announcement is made today of the 'engagement of .Miss Jimmiu Ann-Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Jewell Cole of Mope lo James Ca|'l Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anslcy Gilbert also of Hope. The bride was'graduated from Hope High School where she was aii honor graduate and valedictorian of the class. She attended I..SU in 'Baton -Rouge where she was a'member of Phi Mu Sorority. Al .present .she attends the U of A and will be a senior in the college of odticalion. Mr. Gilbert is also a graduate of Hope -High School, lie attends the U-of A where lie is a senior pre-dental student, lie is affiliated with Sigma Chi Fraternity. the-wedding will be an event of August 24.al-l.hu First. Methodist Church in Hope. DOROTHY pi Is Marriage For Her? Youth Drowned in Georgia PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. fAP) Lewis Crawford, Jr., !), son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crawford Sr. By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: I'm glad there's iomcone like you lo turn lo. I'vo hought of adhering to a religious ife bul my parents prefer thai I marry. So, ul 21, 1 am engaged o a man of ;jl. By nalure I'm quiet, never go o dances, rarely lo a movie and inlil now, have turned down all he boys who wanted to date me. 'here was one who used lo escort me to church. We exchanged Jhristmas and Easier cards then terminated our friendship. Now 'm sorry I didn't give myself Die ihance to know him better. Do 'on think I made the right decision in accepting this 31-year-old man? Perhaps his deep love will awaken in me the love 1 never wanted to find. Please print your reaction lo this, —L. Dear L.: The very fact that you raise Ihe question makes me wonder whether or nol this 3J-year- old man is your destiny. Be sure you arc ready for marriage before you lake Ihe final step. On Ihe basis of what you say in your letter, a cloistered life could bo SHOWER of FLOWERS colofjfne Special LILY OP THE VALLEY sitivc. Dear Si'iisilivo; Tliusc! who lioa.'il. rarely have anything lo boast, about, ll's the silent ones who bear wal cliing. He «lad your husband lakes II out in talk. It's a way some males have of building Judgment Allowed I-ITTU<; ItOCK (AP) —A''$3.287 judgment against the Hock Island lines for allowing unsafe pi act lefts on nine freight cars was -signed by Judge .1. Smith llcnlcy.iii'.tl.S. District Court Thursday; The government said the rail road -frilled lo use the power breaks oirthe cars. , •> , ; .-. •• up their morale. Kid him .about his I'oiiqwHlH." Sul>eonsehHisl.VlHJ may be striving to regain Jilsioltl freedom. To .shut off the' hot all- could cause a blow'-u|i.' Keen your sense of humor and let him, gub. Send your problems to Helen Worden Kr.skinc. He sure (o' eH- close a .stamped, '.scH-.Hildrcsscd envelope and address her c'n'fc of this newspaper. Ilelpful 'leaflets available. Write 'for' "A' soiise of llumor." •'' " •' Dorothy Dht is a registered trademark. A Bo'l Syndicate Fe«t U r«; Fresh Load of Red and Yellow Meat WATERMELONS • Plenty of good ripe Peaches from Sam Revis orchard daily.. • Home Grown Vine Ripe TOMATOES • Plenty of other vegetables SAM REVIS SHED Highway 67 East Second Stop Beyond Viaduct Ihe righl one for you. . Dear • Uclen: • I need your help badly. .My father accuses me of prostitution. 1 swear under God that I've never had anything lo do with ii'ii'iy. Since he said'this terrible-thing'were arc strangers. I'm '!(),"• very' popular and emotional. My hair is bleached and I admit I've pulled a few cheap stunts bul hone lo justify Ihis. —Ac- cus'cd. .Dear Accused: Your father Is evidently emotional loo. Maybe he jumps to conclusions because he thinks you look the-part. Tone down your appearance, cul out the exhibitionism 'and prove Ihu falseness of his statement by your conduct. Dear Helen: I feel like n second fiddle. My husband talks about his erstwhile girl friends and, to make ('matters worse, continues to flirt. Otherwise he is all a wife could ask for. 1 am 2li and have been married just a year. Js he typical of all newly married men'.' —Son- Happy "Fourth" to You tfcnic Time TIMi FOR A NEW KODAK Oafcma£c8 MOVIE CAMERA Electric-eye movie-maker at this low, low price! Nfy»r b«fort a fully automatic Kodak movie camera at »uch modest cost. Built-in electric eye »eli the lens for you—gives you crisp, clear, color-bright movies automatically! Has super-fast f/1.6 lens, enclosed flnder, buill- in filler that lets you shoot indoors and out on the same roll of film. 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