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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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Thursday 1 ,7u1iy V HO R K A N S A S IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar ..Thursday, July 4 The Gurensey HD Club meet- Union meeting Monday, July 10. Circle 2 of WSCS of First Methodist Church will hold a short bus, *> --— vinw uiccL- "«»->i- viiiu wii t» in nuiU U Mlurt DUS* mg scheduled for Thursday, July j iness meeting immediately follow. 6, has been postponed until a l! "" "'" — : ~ "-- • • later date. Hope- Chapter 328, Order of Eastern Star, will meet Thursday July G, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. All members are urged to attend. Monday, July 10 WMS Royal Service or the First Baptist Church will meet Monday July 10 (postponed because of Hie 4th holiday) The business meeting ing the main meeting at the church which starts at 9:30 a.m. July 10. Tuesday, July 71 The Liberty HD Club will meet Tuesday night, July n with Mrs T. C. May at 7:30 p.m. Over 200 Attend Country Club July 4th Celebration The 4th of July was celebrated at Hope Country Cltob this year ,._,»_ (r , .,. , v i^tihMiiV'Oo uitJv-LlllK • »w j*%. ^wni 111 j Vsiuu llllo yUcJl conducted by Mrs. Harold Brents lj y over 200 people who gathered nt'f*Cif?nttf u riM r\rtrriM nf 11.nn _ — f'r»i» n f n*v> !t>» «!„.._ 1 - c_ii < > 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 c)j|irman, will serve as hostesses Mrs, Leonard Ellis is the Social Chairman. The Royal Service Program at 1 p.m. will be presented by the Hazel Sorrels Missionary Circle, Mrs. Hody Butler chairman. The church nursery will be opened at 11:15 a.m. Monday, July 10 Circle 6 of the WSCS of First l^hodisl Church will meet at the church immediately following the SKIN ITCH DON'T SCRATCH IT! Scratching spreads infection causing MORE pain. Make this tost. Apply ITCH-ME-NOT. Itching quiets down in minutes and antiseptic action helps speed healing. Use instant-drying ITCH-ME-NOT For eczema, insect bites, toe itch; other surface rashes. If not pleas- 51* your 4Bc back at any drug store. TODAY at GIBSON'S REXALL DRUG STORE DRIVE IN Pass The "Y" Hwy. 29 South • LAST TIMES TON1TE Don't Miss the Little ft Star of "Parent Trap" HAYLEY MILLS In Walt Disney's "POLLYANNA" — Also "WHEN COMEDY WAS KING" r Coming Sunday Disney's 'Absent Minded Professor" for a family picnic followed by a fireworks display. The, clubhouse was decorated with colorful spring and summer flowers. . After a potluck suppar Frank King was in charge of the 'Bombs Bursting in Air' show. Hoist "couples were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Beyerley, Fred Mathehia,' J. C. Atchley, Graycton Anthony, vE. P O'Neal. William Tolleson, Herald 'Porterficld, Tom Purvis, ivank 'King, Ben Owen and C. R. ! Mid- cllcbrooks. " Duplicate Bridge Club For its pre-lndepcndcncc Day meeting the Hope Duplicate Bridge Club had live tables of players 'at the Diamond oa July 3. High scorers were Mrs. Syd McMath and Miss Elizabeth Bridewell. R. L. Broach and Dr. Harold Brents were second 'high. 1 Taking third place was Mrs. George Peck and Orval Brannan, while Mrs. J. C. Broyles and Mrs. iBill Wray placed fourth. Mrs. Wilma Sleed of Pine Bluff was an out of town guest. Coming and Gping Mrs. Homer Fuller had as her July 4th guests Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schreck and daughter, Paula NOTICE Dressed, frozen FRYERS 35c Each FRIDAY ONLY HOPE LOCKER PLANT oC E>a\Jas and Miss Visa fuller of Shreyeport. Miss Judy Kay<s Wright and her mother, M^rs. George Wright, have gone to. Abilene,- Ten, vyhere Miss Wright's ffance. tirti Walter lives, anfl w,ill be entertained at several prc-nuptial parties. Mri and Mrs; Raymond Churchwell and B. L. Graham all of Houston spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Churchwell and saw Curtis Churchwell off for West Point on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Revels of Pasadena, Tex. spent the holiday weekend with Mrs. Etter Revels and Mr. and Mrs. John Revels in McNab. Misses Teresa Lou and Nona Revels returned home to McNab Sunday from Houston and a visit with their uncle, Mount Revels and family, ' Billy Ray Revels, George Revels and family all of Madden, Texas are visiting Mrs. Ethel Moore in McNab. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Daniels of Dallas were holiday guests of her parents, Mr. aiid Mrs. Robert LaGrpno. Miss Elaine Shelton of Dallas is a guest this week of Miss Carolyn Byers of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Strand and family returned home Sunday to Des Plaines, 111., after, visiting Mrs. E. L. Arclier. Miss Mary Beth Boyanton of Port Arthur, Texas, is visiting Miss Mary Virginia Bowden. T-Sgt. and Mrs. Jim Willis and family of Peru, Ind. arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Willis and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saunders. Mrs. A. M. Hart of Pine Bluff 'has been a guest of her sister, Mrs. Lex Helms. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wpodul of Alexandria, La. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. O Temple. Terry Young of El Dorado, a summer student at Ouachita Baptist College, visited Miss Julia Peck, a fellow student and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Peck over the weekend. Becky Miller of Little Rock spent the weekend with Susan Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Davis. Both girls attend HSTC and are enrolled in summer work. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Wylic and Rulhe Ann left Wednesday for Mcveland, O. to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hersh- DOROTHY IDIX What Every Girl Should Know By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE July Clearance NOW IN PROGRESS Store-Wide Bargains DRESSES Drastically Reduced!! • Reg. • Half • Jrs. JEWELRY MILLINERY V2 OFF SLEEPWEAR • Shortie P. J/s • Long Pajamas • Shortie Gowns 3.98 Values NOW HANDBAGS NOW 2.00 - 2.50 Save On Summer Bogs ONE LARGE GROUP Maternity Wear REDUCED TO MOVE • 2-Ps. Dresses • Shorts • Skirts • Tops SPORTSWEAR REDUCED • Jamaicas • Bermudas • Skirts • Blouses • Tapers Ont Group INFANTS WEAR Priced-To-Go Shop Early For Best Selections The Fashion Shoppe H Jfc<% fcA4 ~ 4M w , ^ _ ^^ ^^ 103 West Second AH Sol*$ Final _„—._.„ .„,,„„„£ the easiest ways lo get fn trim. This filrl , combines her-too. and exctdse in the opcu air. I Dear Helen: When my brother graduated last month, every girl but me had a boy friend for Prom escort. This has still got me down. I'm no raving beauty but I'm not that bad. I try to "tell myself it's because of my height —five feet nine—but I know Hint just isn't so. They are plenty of tall girls who never lack for a date. My parents were all for my attending our Prom alone but I couldn't (war the thought for I'm very shy. Is there any cure for berger, when lier mother under goes surgery, Miss Mary Sue Thornton of Dal las has been visiting Steve Craii and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grain. Mrs. Horace Stokes of Littk Rock spent the weekend will Mrs, A. C. Whithurst. Matinee Every Day 1:30 Saenger THEATRE IT'S ALWAYS COOL I ! Last Times Tonifc! "Gold of Seven Saints" and Big Cartoon Revue • Tomorrow - Sot. A Breathless 3 W»y Chase ... A Thriller!! THE WALKING TARGET STARRING JOAN EVANS , RONALD FOSTER x MERRY ANDERS PLUS — When tho Whifo Man Betrayed the Cherokee Once Too Often! DMA Kll MUMS-GLQIIA JAIBOI! Coming Sat. Late Show Sunday - Monday popular? Please print this as 1 don't want Mother to know I've written you since 1 usually go to her with my problems. —M. S. Dear M. S.: Any Rid who works at it can be popular. How's your will power? Strong? Okay, lei's start. The first hurdle is learning to overcome that plagued adolescent, shyness which turns confident, out-going children into tongue - tied, self - conscious goslings. Begin with your appearance. Try different hair-dos till r you. .. . a couple of dresses that are simple. well-cut and of pood material than half a 'dp/on over-trimmed, cheap numbers. Boys judge you first oil your appeanmce. Oneo ygu're satisfied with il. take (he second step toward acquiring solf-confi- deuce—getting along with others. Go where people are. Force yourself to meet them. If introductions fuss you, rehearse imaginary ones in your room. It may sound trite but. practice does make per- feet. Circulate. Talk—even if only to the butcher, baker or grocer. Care about what happens to (hem. The more you are interested in others the easier it is to forget self (consciousness). Do some one sport well. Show your enthusiasm for it, Remember, worthwhile interests attract worthwhile freinds. But don't make the fatal mistake of being over-serious, especially with the boys. Treat them casually. Re light-hearled. Develop n sense of humor. All this means work and time but it will be worth the struggle when you suddenly discover thai you are developing into (he popular, well- balanced and happy woman every girl longs to be. Dear Helen: You think chewing gum in public is a breach of good manners. I chew gum in church to keep from coughing. Would you call that bad-mannered? I cnl'l it a health measure, having chewed gum most of my life. I am 71. aiid feel 50, —Lottie Willmarth, Torre Haute. Indiana Dear Lottie: How about cough drops in church and gum chewing at home? If only the gum cheu'ors could but sec themselves as others see them! Dear Helen: 1 just wanted you lo know that I received your most, friendly and prompt reply to my letter asking help in finding-: « way to meet someone svho need?j and wants me. There is nothin f, in the world like loneliness. WiJl let you know the results, if an Jk Am now sending for your leal'l tl, "Don't Be Lonely." —D. C. Dear D. C.: .Thank you! •Loneliness is hard to take. And yet there are limes when the ioul craves solitude. I like what. Eijier- son had to say about this: '"Solitude, the safeguard of mediocrity in to genius the stern fri/nid.' Church Group Studies Operations By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The United Church of Christ, with its new lop officer plucked from aj^ 0 - p Midwest pulpit, today reviewed its operational strategy, including whether to keep Riving funds to segregated institutions. A proposed resolution nsks an examination of the "moral principles involved in financial support of churches and church-related institutions which practice discrimination." A few colleges in the South related lo the church have never admitted Negroes, and some denominational congregations tiro all white. The newly merged church, after electing the Kcv. Dr. Hen M. llerbstcr, Norwood. Ohio parish pastor as president, also considered backing "universality of the membership" in the United Nations, inferentially including Ked The leaflet has been sent you. Send your problems to Helen. Worcleu Krskine. Be sure to en,.'; close a stamped, self - addressr^.', envelope nn-.l address her care ^t this newspaper. Helpl'ul loafjuyts available. < • Dorothy D!x is a / registered trademark,,, (A Be 1 ! Syn a icatc Feature) 1. China. [ A pendir|» resolution, up for nc< jtion today., <K>M- "Communist"systems can not be overcome merely by n policy of isolating Commit* nisi nati o ns from the comtnunily of naliorfs. The Russian, Chinese aiid other p duple-living under Commit* nist governments are also fncnv bers c<£ (Joel's family. 'We', are now called upon lo tie- Jop .strategics for living with these n alions, while working earnestly 'to increase justice. To ef» feet c| langes where change is iiowled,, and to .strengthen all the elements that contribute t« peace.,'" Dr. IHcrbstor. dfi, n bespectacled sandy .haired pastor in Norwood ever > |mco h c beg^n preaching 30 years . ago, \viis ulccted Wednesday b y a 513 to 1G5' vole over thci Kev. Iir. Jnmes 13. Wiigner, of Philai Itilplila, a nationally prom« inent ; churchman. 'Nip two-million-mcmbor dc« nomi nnliun is made up of tho Kvni i''l and Heformed church \vagner had headed, Congregatlonnl Chris- and . UK. tain, churches, Loon Founder Dies / HOT SPRINGS Ark. (AP) 'M. C. Hiekman Sr. B2 who founded the First Federal Saving and Loan Association here in I'.ijt) died in a Hot Spyings hosp'^a) Tuesday. Survivors include / hJ S widow Mrs. Eva Lyn llic'/mnu; two sons M. C. Hiekina^ u O f Hot Springs and Max Hicktnan of Ninv York and one daughter Mrs'. 'Nokia Hickmaiv Horr'eil of Washington U.C. We wish to express with deep gratitude our appreciation for ovary act of kindness shown us during our recent bereavement due to 'the death of our loved one. The Oscar Mosier Family John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Second & Elm Sts. Phone 7-4616 ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY YOUR FRIENDLY 12-Or. GELUSIL LIQUID 49 REG. 98c INSECT For Ulcers and Gastric ^Disturbances (REGULAR 98c GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES SACCHARIN TABLETS Infants or Adnlls JAR OF 12 Bottle of 1000 grain— TIDE TOOTH PASTE SUDS S3c Size With 31c Size Both For . . . GULF lS«ounc« 1-Oz. Zinc Oxide (OINTMENT! For minor burns •/I-, , VitaminA&D OINTMENT M < Safe guard skin against infection 1 Va-Or. Tube 6-12 Insect Repellent 59c Picture This Summer .. HOPE BAU-. . PANAMA t FRANK. THE Mexsana Heat Powder Large Size ^T^C EVERYBODY'S FAVORITES — YOGI BEAR and HUCKLEBERRY HOUNP Plastic Squeeze Toys Each 59C New Williams Lectric Shave With Menthol »«f% for the Coolest Shave Yet / jrC Sergeants Tick and Flea Spray Kills Fleas and Ticks «M Af\ on Dogs $1*49 S&H GREEN STAMPS WITH IVERY PURCHASE AT COX'S IKODACOLOR for brilliant A lifelike color* Choice of C 120, 620, 127. Complete with Film, Batteries Flash Bulbs and Flash Attachment $4.98 4

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