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Monday, July 3,1961 HOPIITAR, MOP I, ARKANSAS Tdfif I ,—, n • M 1.1. - . ETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. or Tuesday, July 4 The Annual 4th July Country Club picnic will be al G:30 Tuesday night. There will be Pol Luck and fireworks. Monday, July 10 VVMS Royal Service of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday July 10 (postponed because of tlic 4th holiday) The. business meeting competed 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 1'rogram at 1 p.m. will be presented by the Hazel Sorrels Missionary Circle, Mrs. Ilody Butler chavfnan. The church nursery will be opened at 11:15 a.m. Cox-Garrett Vows Pledged Announcement is made of the marriage of Sara Mack Cox, the daughter of Mrs. Thomas McRae Cox and the late Mr. Cox of Hope to Jerry-IJuyh Garretl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Garrell also of Hope. Tl]£ double ring ceremony was pcrtl/'hned in the First Christian Church with the Rev. Clifton Bell officiating. Vows were spoken at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 1. The couple left for New Orleans and points along the Gulf Coast. Alter their wedding trip they will be at home temporarily at 214 East Avenue B. Bride-Elect Is Honored O.^Friday, June 23 in the WOW •Hall Miss Polly Huth McCorkle, bride elect of Bobby Joe Langley of Junction City, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower. Hostesses svere Mrs. T. 0. Porter, Mrs. Jack Sumpter, Mrs. Claude McCorkle, Mrs. Lyle Allen Mrs. George Brashier and Mrs. nixie On Hwy. 29 - '/z Mile S. Hope Hi MONDAY 8:00 5 BIG FEATURES 4 FAVORITE CARTOONS Til EC Ifh of JULY IUC3. SPECTACULAR — FIREWORKS — On Our Giant Screen "POLLYANNA" rind -"WHEN COMEDY WAS KING" Saenger THEATRE TONIGHT: 7:00-9:00 5THETRAPP FAMILY TUES. -WED. -THURS. * * "* * * * * No Ntw Plant to Rcdistriet STAR CITY, Ark. (AP) - The expected^ summer special session of the Arkansas Legislature probably won't be offered further congressional redistricting plans, says Lincoln Rep. G. D. Smith. Smith said lawyers advised him I h a t anything the Legislature do now to alter a rcdis- in the winter Paul Church. Attired in a beige frock with, floral design, the honorce \vasi m 'Sht presented a colorful kitchen cor-j tl 'i ctin 8 act passed sage. White daisies decorated the I regular session would be subject setting for the party. The guest' fo c , ollrt challenge, of honor was the subject of a "" "This Is Your Life" skclch presented by Mrs. Lyle Allen. Miss McCorkle received many pretty and useful gifts. The 28 ucsls were served yellow fruit punch, white cake squares trimmed with yellow and green and nuts. Friday Bridge Club Meets Two tables of club members assembled at the home of Mrs. M. M. McClotighan on June 30 for a Friday Bridge Club meeting. Hoses and Shasta daisies decorated the home. High scorers for the afternoon were Mrs. C. €. Lewis and Mrs. Tom McLarty. The hostess served an ice course. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Willis Thrash have returned from a weeks vacation in the Ozarks. Mrs. Eugene Guilliams is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wade and Judy Kay of Placcntia, Calif and Miss Patsy Kennedy of Mrs. Guilliams. Miss will return to Guilliams. The act will be referred to a poplar vote at the 1962 general election, and all candidates for representative apparently will have to run at large in that election. Smith was the leader of the drive lo get Ihe act on the ballot. He said attorneys now say the act already is in the hands of Ihc voters and (here is no way the Legislature can lake il back. The Legislature's plan would eliminate two of the state's six congressional districts. Smith and other opponents said the plan was unfair because it placed three southern counties—Jefferson, Arkansas and Lincoln—in a district composed mainly of northeast Arkansas counties. Hope sisters Kennedy with Mrs. Arch Wylic, George Wylie and Mrs. J. F. Gorin went to Malvern Thursday for the funeral of Mrs Frank Lowlhorp, Elmer Brown and Larry joined Mrs. Brown in Commerce, Texas Friday upon receiving news of the death of her father, M. T. Lawrence. A group of young people from the Firsl Methodist Church in Hope attended the annual Little Hock Conference Youth Day at the Hoi Springs Methodist Church Those going with B. W. Edwards were Mary Ann Bacler, Karen Cobl), Gayle Mcdders, Virginia Edwards, Betty Schenck and Poleda Glanton. Gladwin Council took Paul Guerin and Joe Mason. Wimbledon Play Goes to Final Rounds By ROBERT JONES WIMBLEDON, England (AP>With defending champion Ncalc Fraser sidelined, eight tennis tyros from six countries step on Wimbledon's famed courts today with the game's most glittering prize only three matches away. Jfs a mixed bag for the quarter-finals this year—two Australians, to Britons, and one man each from the United Stales, Chile, Vene/uela and India. To make Ihc mixture more appetizing for tennis-hungry British crowds, it's the first time in 25 years two Britons have reachoc the last eight, and Ihe first time ever anyone from Venezuela has got this far. Since Britain's spilled Fraser Bobby Wilson so unceremoniously is wide opei The Jimmie Benson family of Warrensburg, Mo. have been visiting Mrs. Trula Coffee at DeAnn and Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Benson in Hope. Also visiting (he Bcnsons were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benson and family of Richardson^ Texas. Mrs. Warren Basye and Kent of Dallas visited Mrs. Annie Erwin, Kent has remained for an extended visit. Mrs. Lilla Bryant of Nashville lias been visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Holt and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ken McRae and family of Little Rock arrived this weekend to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Mouser and Mrs. Helen McRae Barlow. Weekend guests of Mrs. Bcrl Keith included Mrs. N. G. Rice of Tcxarkana, Mrs. Shepherd Rice of Ralieg'h, N.C., Mrs. D. S. Morgan of El Dorado, Mrs. E. E. Wello of Berkley, Calif. Mrs. T. A. Bcene, Mrs. T. S. Becnc, Jerry Beene, Mr. and Mrs. Loma Brakefield, Mrs. Lamar Collins and Maxinc of Curtis. Miss Jane Purtle Mr. and Mrs. Homer Purlle ot Pres'coll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jane to Tom Banrham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barham of Prescolt. The bride-elect is a liifiO graduate of Pre'scott High School and attended Arkansas Tech. The groom-elect is a l!). r )l! graduate of Preseotl High and is now a student at the U of A. • The wedding will be an event of Aug. 13 al II Baptisl Church p.m. al the Firsl of Prescolf. Mixed-lip iDear Mixcd-up: It seems unfair that you should be penalized for your sister's transgressions. Look upon the parental restrictions as n fierce desire to protect, rather thnn curb you. As yon know, the Buddhist philosophy is that you are paying for sins committed in previous incarnations. My philosophy is: "No cross, no crown." Look upon (his trouble as c< challenge. If mcl in the right spirit, it will develop your character. Your parents should face it by going courageously fourth lo meet life. Drawn blinds aren't the answer. If only for your sake they should "Hcmember lo Live." Sixteen is still a bit too young lo try your wings alone. Follow (he Buddhist rules for attaining Nirvana and you will be well equipped for life and liberty when you come of age two short years hence. Dear Helen: Talk about mothers-in-law! How about ill-tempered mothers and long-siiggering daughters? My husband and .sun and I live on Ihe lower floor of my mother's home. A week ago -she told me to gel out. of her louse, being mud at mo for a 'aneied slight. 1 sent her a Molh- .M-'S Day card. No reply. She lasn't seen my brother in two years because she nagged his wife and then turned our father against him. Now site's turning 'ather against me. I've done more 'or her (han anybody. She never ?ets along with anyone but just, because she's n mother you'd .hink she rated a halo. My sis- er and I own half (his house so nolher has no right to put me out. I'm so miserable for I love licr. That's why it hurls. —M. E. Dear M. K.\ Bearing children doesn't necessarily qualify a woman as a mother. We are prone lo be over-sentimental about motherhood. I've known some mothers were possessed of the devil others who were saints on earth. We've got Id make Ihe best DOROTHY One More Chance? Saturday, thew way for all of Ihcm. The lone American is Chuck McKinley, 20-year-old crew-cut from SI. Louis, who beat Warren Jacques of Australia on Saturday and now meets Wilson. Chuck was hoping California!! Chris Crawford would be joining him, but Crawford after a brief moment of glory in defeating Italy's Nicola Pict- rangcli, bowed out to lyo Pimcn- I of Venezuela. Pimcntcl, who meets Mike Sangster, f.he Briton with the slam-bang game, commented philosphically about the draw, "if I win, I win." Luis Ayala, the stocky Chilean who plays Rod Laver, is the only quarter-finalist to make any predictions. "This may be my year," he said just after the tournament starled. Laver, the red-haired Australian left-hander beaten by Fraser in Ihe finals Ihc last two years, could take il all this lime. Laver has been suffering from influenza, bul looked recovered by beating fellow countryman Bob Hcill in straight sets Saturday. The only other Australian left is Roy Emerson. He meets Ita- manathan Krishnan, the stylish Indian who as a semifinalisl lasl year. By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear lln'cir Our Dad's gelling crabbier, lazier and more selfish every day. Our home used lo be nice and our lawn like green velvet.. Now the house is little more than a shack and the yard a jungle of weeds because Dad won't care for them. If il weren't [or Mom, I'd never go anywhere. All Dad says is "No." I am 1-1, my two brothers 12 and four, and my.sister nine. We love our parents ' but feel closer to Mom. A couple of weeks ago she (old me she was taking us kids and moving out. She and Dad were married 1(5 years yesterday. Of course I didn't believe her but last night .she told Dad. He was almost cry- Ing. I fell sorry for him bul everything Mom said was true. Should we beg (hem to make up or loll Mom we'll go when she goes? —Four Confused Kids Dear Kids: This is a tough one. Since you love both parents — even crabbed, lazy Dad, why don't yo u tell him so and ask for the sake of his wife and children thai he do more working and less crabbing. Make it plain that you'll walk out with Mother if he doesn't. Should he see the ight—and I think he might, I hen, ask her to give him one more chance. Hoffa Union Ready to Re-elect Him By NORMAN WALKER MIAMI BKACI1, Kl.-i. (AD — K\viii}',itin jii/7 linmls nnil hijinks sot UK- sljiso loii;iy for ;i spi'dul union runvention (o rc-clccl .);inn\s li. Hoffa. .|». to ;i new fivc- ypjir U'rm ;is Ti'iimstors pirsi- don!. lloffii. rimtlucliiiK ;i riiiinlxiuy- iinl <';im|>;ii ; m) iiKiiiiiNl |)li;inl(tni ojiposilion. fiiTil off verbal lirond- siik's ;ij;;iius| Hu> Kcnm-ily administration anti the AKI.-CH) wliilo jy.-iriiiK up (lie 1.7 million-mrm- her Toainsli-rs for nil I'vc-n l)ij;j4iM' rolo in AmiTicati labor. The 2.not) convention (Morales UITO duo i(» Imi.si llol'la's salary from $50,1)00 to $V;i,tHI() and ruh- KM- sliiiup his hid for a iiion: than $IO-million InUi', in annual din's funds allolcd to run Holla's Washington headquarters. In what sounded like a call to was against, oilier lahor unions, lloffii said he'd use part of Hie money to oruani/e nesv members in jurisdielional fields that AKl.-CIO unions are loll inn lie dormant. "If the Teamslei'.s don'l oryan- i/,e, we're dead," llol'l'a said. Tliu former };roeery warehouse tuaii said lie and (he Teamsters have emerged from a barrage of eonrl eharnes and erime invest i- tiiilions sl::oii|;er and more mililjinl than ever. Hoffa assailed Die Kennedy administration which he said is eon- of things world. Of mother. It you didn't, verse way she you. Bill that as they are in this course you love your would be unnatural if and in her own per- probably loves is no reason why you should he treated like a recalcitrant eliiltl. As a wife, and mother you are on equal fooling will) her. Gently, lull firmly, re- Mail Chorgtd In Murder Attempt SHEniDAN, Ark. (AP) - A Grant County man hns been charged with attempted murder find attempted suicide in connection with the slabbing of his wife and himself. Hie charges against Virfil! to- ran Kinder. .ifi, of near Sheridan were filed Saturday by Pros. Ally. Lawson Glover. Grant County Sheriff Vcrium Hope said Kinder attacked his wife with a knife following an argument Thursday night. Kinder laler slabbed himself, Hope said. Mrs. Kinder suffered cuts on the throat and was released from a clinic here after treatment. Kinder Wits taken to a Ultlc Hock hospital with a stab wound in the stomach. mind her of this. Ill-temper in anyone, no matter whether il be your mother or aunt, uncle or cousin, should never he tolerated, her family luul been firmer with your mother in the past., she wouldn't be .so difficult, now. Send your problems to Helen Worden Knkiiie. Ue sure to enclose a .stamped, scll-addre.'isul envelope and address her care of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "I'elty Ty rants." Doro'hy Dlx is n rccjir.t u red tr.i°cmnrk. (A Bell Syndicate Feature) Here's Record of Congress Vote WASHINGTON (AP) — Here's, how members of Congress were recorded on rccenl roll calls: Senate On passage. fti-M, of compromise $r.,(vl(i,00(),()t)() housing bill: For — l-'tillirighl. Against. — Me- Clellan. House On passage, 2:il-MII. of bill to increase national debl limit temporarily lo $2!)!! billion, an increanc of $111 billion. For—Harris. Mills, Non-ell, Trimble, Galliings. Not voting—A Iford. On passage, 2211-177, of compromise .$5,iMli,0()t),oon housing bill: 'or — Harris, Mills, Trimble. Against — Alford Gainings, Noi'- rell. dueling a vendetta against the. Teamsters and unions generally, lie singled out Ally. Gen. Hubert I 1 '. Kennedy and Secretary of Labor Arthur .1. Goldberg for special criticism. Hoffa said they have a swarm of agents here surveying I he convention proceedings and even buttonholing delegates to try lo interfere with lloffa's reelection. .• . The special election is required as a final step to let lloffii gel out from the unusual monitorship arrangement that grew out, of a court challenge of his initial 1(1.17 election as Teamsters president. That election was challenged as rigged. Hear Helen: II all -starled when my sister who is going on.l!), got In trouble. She was a smart girl with a solid future now gone to smash. My parents never go out any more. T'm Hi. Kvery lime 1 phone someone or they me, my parents, ask, "Who's that? What did they, want'.'" When I say, "Nothing." they think I'm keeping .secrets. When I want to go oul with-a boy my mother hesitates because she doesn't want, me lo go steady like my sister did. I'd appreciate being a little independent so I can find out things for myself. Am I wrong? I'm a Buddhist. We believe in cause and effect. Every day I try lo be good so everything will turn oul right but I must be doing something wrong because nothing turns out right. 1 can't go to my parents. They wouldn't understand. Please help me. —Worried and Victim's Will MENA, Ark. (AP) -Probate Judge Ben Shaver of Texarkan^ will hold a hearing here July 13 on the will of E. B. Mac-Donald, 75, victim of a sensational torso slaying last December. The will was filed for probate by Mrs. Barbara MacDonald Neyrcy of New Orleans, MacDonald's daughter. She will get about $21,000 of the ^23,000 estate. MacDonald's former wife, Mrs. Norma MacDonald Young, pleaded guilty to the slaying &nd now is scn'inj; a life sentence. HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance |p 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 O. Ellis, _____ ____ __^__ Secretary 209 S. Main — Phe. 7^4661 Waking your city a better placj to Hvi, work ind ralsi t family- the result of a Savings and Loan businesi Herman and Edstrom Take Olympic Spots ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Decathlon stars Paul Herman and Dave Edstrom captured the AAU National Decathlon Champions lop spots over the weekend to svin posts on the U.S. AAU track and field team louring Europe, but Edstrom lias indicated he may not join the team. Edslrom, who finished second lo Herman, indicated lo Ihe Albuquerque Journal he may not make the trip because of an obligation with the Air Nalional Guard. Both Herman and Edslrom finished strong in the final event of Ihe decathlon, the 1,500-meter run, to come from behind in the point standings and take the top two places in the two-day meet. Herman, Wcstmont <Calif.) College, ran the 1,500 meters in 4:40.a. The 410 points he picked up boosted his total to 7,142 and moved him from a third place positjon lo the winner's stand. Edstrom. Emerald Empire Athletic Association of Oregon, led the field in early events, but fell ichind Saturday. His 4:33.2 clocking in the I.MO-mcter gave him ;J10 pointij which lifted his total to 7.U4U. Herman has said he will join the AAU kvm. Abandons Pageant J-'Oli'J' SMITH, Ark. IAP> -The Kurt Smith Junior Chamber if Commerce says il will discontinue the annual Arkansas Junior Miss pageant because of lack ot in- leresl in il. u M M R R N Sale Starts July 5Hi Slioppc Hours - 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. ALL SALES FINAL Free Parking SAVE TWICE AT CHILDS... LOW PRICES PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS QUALITY CONTROLLED LEAN Ground Beef • • 39 SNOW BOY Mellorine V; 2 CHARLOS Potato Chip- ARROW CHARCOAL Briquets • • • * DEL MONTE GOLDEN ^i Cream Style or Whole Kerne! torn*...... DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING •^ • Sliced or Halves Peaches— Full Lb. Bag 10 Lb. Bag 39 49 47 303 Cons $ 1 I 5 303 Cans FANCY LARGE SIZE Cantaloupe Each 25 HAMBURGER BUNS Pkg. of- 8 RAISIN 25c BREAD In Order For Our Employees to Spend the Holiday With Their Fgmilics We Will Be Closed All Day July 4. A Division of m* Krooerco, We Reserve the Right to limit Quontilit*

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