Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 5, 1961 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 5, 1961
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.Mi, .(.. - - I Wc«lne*aqy, 1f 61 HOP I STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS 9 ••• f fcfit IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, July 6 '_ The Giircnscy [ID Club meeting scheduled for Thursday, July li, has been postponed until a later date, Hope Chapter 3211, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Thursday July (i, at f! p.m. in (lie Masonic •Temple. All members arc urged Junior Auxiliary Gets Charter 'eittl ) mi to "lend. ">•'•' Monday, July 10 "••i WMS Royal Service or ilie First' 1 1 iliUplisl Church will meet Monday .July 10 (postponed because of the •'• 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 •'•served at 12:15. The Annie Hoov- ''er'«ftrcle, 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 prc- • ''Scntecl by the Hazel Sorrels Mis• sionary Circle, Mrs. Hody Butler '•'' chairman. The church nursery will be opened at 11:15 a.m. WMA Auxiliary Meets The WMA Ladies Auxiliary of Carroll Memorial'Baptist Church 1 met Monday, July 3 at 3 p.m. inj the Hope Nursing Home with Mrs. Bryan Clark, prcsclient in charge. Opening prayer was led by Mrs. A. D. Livingston. The devotional was given by Rev. Livingston. Mrs. Ivy Mitchell and Mrs. Ted Purtlc sang a duet, followed by a song by Bronda Mitchell and Carla Purllc and group singing. The meeting was closed with prayer by Rev. Livingston. : IT'S ALWAYS COOL Saenger THEATRE TONITE — TOMORROW Our Big Holidoy Special Show! THE STRANGEST ADVENTURE rC*\T EVER PISTOL-ROARED OUT OF THE PITS OF HELL! Coming Late Show Saf. SUN. - MON. WSCS Circle 1 Meets Circle 1 of WSCS of First Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. T. S. MeDavitt wilh Mrs, Ralph Routoti as cohoslcss. The meeting was opened by the group repeating the Lord's prayer. Mrs. Roulon presented the devotional. After a short business meeting, Mrs. S. II. Warmack was in charge of a program which was in keeping with the Fourth of July. , d^ During the social hour which followed the hoslesses served iced drinks ana cookies lo 12, members. DOROTHY He Promised Her the Moon By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: T gambled and lost.. ( A man promised me tho silver 'moon on a golden platter if I 'would marry him. neing a divorcee with three small children and love rather than financial security. Given that, you really will be rich. j none lo good health. I said JTS: ;IM( | I This entailed selling everything in | sends 'cold my house and moving to the Mrs. Ramy Garland Honored Mrs. Marie Hudson and Mrs. Lucille Haltom, both of Emmet, entertained with a 4lh of July Party in honor of Mrs. Ramy Garland, who is moving to Foreman in the immediate future. The party was held in the Hudson home. Attending were Mrs. Sam Townsend, Mrs. Scott Uoss, Mrs. Otis Townsend, Mrs. Basil Miiiin. Miss Ophelia Thompson, Mrs. Minnie Gilbert, Mrs. Denman Wylie and Mrs. Hucy Davidson. j where Ihc moon, in the for.-n ofjmy ,money, awaited us. 1 played Mrs. I Santa until all mine had been 'spent and bills stacked sky high. i The children and 1 came back to the empty old house to st;\rl life 'over again My advice to women Ms: lurn deaf ears to sweet talk, lining on to what money you've got and, if a man promises you Ihe moon, lei him go after it at his expense, not yours. —1'oor- bul-Wiscr Dear Wiser: At least you've profiled by your experience. Next time, and there will be a next, for every day is a new beginning pul more emphasis on (lie spiritual and less on the material. In other words, seek understanding Hear Helen: What would you do iif a member of your family Mote lied? When I write (his it. hiviTs down my back state |f m . || u > n,j ( .f ; UU | prevaricator is SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT - MRS. RAMON Wilson, Sponsoring President of the Nashville, Ark. Chapter; Miss Martha Wise, Warren, Ark., Executive Secretary of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries; Mrs. James Robinson, Louisville, Miss., President of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries; Mrs. George Wright, President of the Hope Chapter. STANDING — MRS. FRED ELLIS, ORGANIZING President of the Hope, Chapter, Mrs. George Robison, Provisional President of the Hope, Chapter; and, Mrs. Marion Mnbry, President of the Nashville Chapter. Coming and Going Bobby Erwin of Washington, D. C. is visiting his parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Erwin for 2 weeks. Mrs. Kiehard Crane, Cathy, Libby and Stevie of Memphis arrived Thursday lo visit Mrs. D. G. Richards. All visited Petit Jean Winrock Farms and Hot Springs. Miss Susan Jane Higgason of I Shrevcport is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. L. F. Higgason. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Byers are spending a few days with .his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,1. Byers and other relatives in Hope and will be accompanied back to Arlington, Texas by their children, DRIVE-llifcfe Pass The "Y" Hwy. 29 South NOW Walt Disney's Fine Story For All ... "POLLYANNA" And Also the Riotous "WHEN COMEDY WAS KING" With America's Funniest Comic Characters f PENNE THURSDAY SPECIAL!! ONLY 50 PAIR TO SELL BATISTE BABY DOLL PAJAMAS Reduced to Clear! $1.00 1 THURSDAY ONLY! REMNANTS • Tables Full of Values 7 2 CHARGE IT AT PENNEY'S Hope Junior Auxiliary Gets Charter The Hope Junior Auxiliary, having served as a Petitioning and Provisional Chapter, realized the culmination of their work when Mrs. .lames Robinson of Louisville, Miss., president of the 'National Assn. of .Junior Auxiliaries presented Mrs. George II. Wright, president of the loeal organization, a charter signifying the acceptance of the Hope membership as an active chapter of the association. Sponsored by the Nashville Auxiliary, the Hope Chapter was organized in litt!) with Mrs. Fred Ellis serving as organizing president. Projects adopted at this time were: a Thrift Shop, Audiovisual tests, Art Exhibit, Hope Youth Center participation, County Health Clinic assistance, United Fund support, Bridge lessons for teenagers and clothes for needy children. Scheduled visiting in local Rest Homes, providing the salary for an activities director at the youth center and assisting in the Southwest District Poultry Festival are additional undertakings under the presidency of Mrs. George llobi- son during the provisional year. For this special occasion of Charter presentation, a luncheon meeting was held at the Hope Country Club, June iiO with Mrs. Kobinson, Miss Martha Wise, the Paul, Judy and Steve, who have been a guesl of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cunningham left this past, weekend lo visit the Charles I [albert, family in Houston and to see relatives in various points of California. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klipsch were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willcms of El Paso, Texas. I James Corry, owner of the Audio; Center in Houston was • a guest, on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moers have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles llicok, Jane and Amy of Peoria, ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. "Son" Jones of Dallas and T-Sgl.. and Mrs. Lyle Jones and family of Alexandria La. spent the weekend with Mrs. E. S. Jones and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Lafferty and family of Miami, spent the holidays here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jell Williams Jr. and son of Houston are visiting Mrs. Jell Williams and Mrs. 1. F. Kusscll. Mr. and Mrs. Glennie Graham of Hollywood. Fla. are visiting Mrs. K .G. Mcliae. NAJA executive secretary, Mrs. eon, Mrs. George Peck read the Marion Mabry and Mrs. liamon! Wilson, present and sponsoring presidents of Nashville, as honor guests of (he Hope Chapter. Spring flowers decorated the honor table and accented tho floral theme used throughout the club rooms. As an invocation for the hincli- Jiniior Auxiliary prayer. Mrs. Wriglil welcomed the group and introduced the honor guests and the Icoal and national officers. In presenting the National charier, Mrs. liobi.son compared a beginning organization to an auto trip where speed is slowed and accelerated by detours, right of way and slop sized thai an darling nine-year-old grand- whom 1 love dearly. Unlit 1 discovered what she was doing 1 had her here every day and on Sundays took her lo church with me. We read llible stories together, sliv went shopping with me. I loved her more than my own childr-'ii. Then I began missing small items and finally a valuable necklace, then shook my list under her nose (ill in self- defense, .she "eonfesM'd" to having taken il. Now my son and his wife aiul my granddaughter will have nothing !o do will) mi; and my husband. My daughler- n-law is very Mriek wilh Ihe child. Maybe tlii.s is responsible or her twisted morals. Help me this dreadful mess. — • signs. She empha- auxiliary develops the ability to serve its community by learning its particular needs, and accomplishes its objectives through unselfish service.' At t'lie request of Mrs. Hobison, members of Ihc Hope Chapter stood as Ihey pledged lo uphold the high ideals embodied in the objectives of the National Assn. Accepting the charter, Mrs. Wrig'ht expressed appreciation lo the Nashville Auxiliary for its sponsorship and confirmed Ihe desire of Die local chapler lo bel- ter the community in which they live through services Ihey may perform. Couldn't Control * That Bear Cub SAN PEDRO, Calif. (AP) - A friend gave John Filch an orphaned male hear cub the other day. Filch, ;{?, u'ho h;i(l been hunting for hear all week with nnry n sight of one, was delighted, lie drought the cnl) home in a box. Tht! ;!0-|)()ini(l ;niim;i! look over llu- garage and Ihc backyard, stripped Fitch's apricot tree, trictl l» climb llu! fig (roe but gave up because it \v;is lo .slippery and harassed the family's dog and pet (urtle. When he didn't have anything else lo do, I he nil), named Bigfoot by Ihe Fitches, nibbled daintily on [lowers. Thai was lo much for Filch. Today the nib is nibbling burs al Ihe San Diego /oo, and Filch is reiiairing his backyard. clear up Iramiie Deal' alarming Grannie: situation and his your son your lioiiu 1 and tie girl. Tell this presence. Do il Clarify this at once. Ask wife In conn: iriug (heir lit- Irutli in her with love, not malice, and make il clear I hat .she needs immediale help. Slio could be a kleptomaniac, which as you know, is an irresistible liglil-fingcrcdiic.ss in people who .steal for Ihe sake of stealing. It is a form of insanity and requires psychialire I real meat. Your son, being your .SUM, should respect, your wishes. Take charge! Dear Helen: Why is il. thai soldiers don't have Ihe public's respect in peacetime? Decent girls shy away from us. Is it because we are judged by others of our kind'.' There are bad no- pies along w>lh good ones in every barrel. Why should we, tho good ones, .suffer? —Soldier Dear Soldier: I'ul it up to your, chaplain. Ask him lo arrange social get-togethers with the help of local organizations. If your behavior merits it, you'll bu invited back. Show your letter and 'try reply lo him. Send your problems to Helen Worden Erskine. lie sure lo enclose a stamped, self - addressed envelope and address her care of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "The Way to a Girl's Heart." Dorothy Dix is n registered trademark. (A Dell SYndicoto Fcoturo) Births Mr. ;m<! i\Ir.s. James A. Lewis of Arkndclphin announce the birth of a son. Neil Aubrey, born July J. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ulin A. Lewis of Hope. Maternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Phillips of El •Dorado. SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK —FIRE """'INSURANCE 1 " 1 """! — Also Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phone 7-3461 or 7-2879 SALE BEGINS THURSDAY, JULY 6,-8:30 A.M....TREMENDOUS MARK-DOWNS-RARE VALUES^ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE MEN'S SUMMER SUITS By Werren Sevvell $30.00 Value 19.95 • Sizes 36 - 42 • Alterations Free MEN'S WHITE SPORT COATS 9.95 14.98 Value 9 Only SWIM TRUNKS Men's3.00 Value 1.88 Men's 2.00 Value 1.34 Boys' 2.00 Value 1.00 MEN'S SUMMER SLACKS • Cool Wash 'N Wear Dacron Polyester • Alterations Free 5. 7.00 Value 1 Lot, Dark shades 6.00 values 1 Lot, Lighter 1 Shades, 5.00 values I WE ARE LOADED MEN'S SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS Sizes: S-M-L-XL 4.00 Values 3. 00 Values I . 2.00 Values O/C MEN'S BEAUTIFUL KNIT SHIRTS 6.00 Values 3.88 4.00 Values 2.44 3.00 Values 1.94 2.00 Values .87 Large Assortment Sizes S - M • L DRESS SUMMER STRAW HATS 4.00 Values 2.OO 3.00 Values l.OO 2.00 Values 1.00 Western Hats 3.00 Values Now 4 — — 2.00 Values Now — — 1.88 1.00 BOYS' SUMMER SUITS • Sizes 8 to 12 1.50 6.00 to 8.00 Values 7.00 to 8.00 Values BOY'S SUMMER PANTS 3.44 2.94 5 00 Values 4.00 Values BUY SEVERAL PAIRS NOW FOR SCHOOL WEAR SPECIAL BOYS' LEAGUE PANTS IVY 3.00 Anil 4.00 Value.", 1.94 BOY'S SUMMER SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 2 to 18 3.00 Value 2.00 Value T.50 Value STRIFES — SOLIDS — PLAIDS MEN'S Canvas Oxfords Thick Soles 5.00 Values 4 -°° Values LADIES SANDALS 200- 3.00 -I f\f\ Values I.UU LADIES WHITE Flats and Heels 6.00 O OQ Values U.VO 4.00- 5.00 Values 3-00 -I QA Values 1.7*1 2.44 LADIES SUMMER DRESSES 2.44 4.44 6.44 Reg. 4.00 . 1 Rack 6.00 . . 1 Rack 8.00 . . 9.00 to 12.98 . . '/ 3 OFF ALL LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S BERMUDAS • JAMAICAS PEDAL PUSHERS Reg. MATCHED SETS 2.98 TAPERS 2.98 SHORTS 1.98 • TAPERS NOW 1.77 1.99 1.24 Ladies - Children^ Blouses '/3 Off 1 Rack 77c LADIES' Hals Reg. A.93 1.00 Ladies - Children Swim Suits 1/3 Off Ladies' Pajamas Reg. 1.50 - 3.00 NOW 1.00 HOPE, ARKANSAS

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