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Hope, Arkansas
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icfofc July 7, If 61 Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar ;ay, July 10 • WMS Royal-Service or the First Baptist Church will meet Monday . July 10 (postponed because of Ihe 1 4th holiday) The business meeting conducted by Mrs. Harold Brents President, will begin al 11:30 a.m. A covered dish luncheon will be served al 12:15. The Annie Hoover Circle, with Mrs. Perry Moses cbaupan, will serve as hostesses MrsT Leonard Ellis is the Social Chairman. The Royal Service Program at 1 p.m. will be presented by the Hazel Sorrels Missionary Circle, Mrs. Ilody Butler chairman. The church nursery will be opened ul 11:15 a.m. ,. Circle (i of the \VSCS of First' Methodist Church will meet at t'he clinch immediately following the Union meeting Monday, July 10. T. C. May at 7:30 p.m. Friendship Club The '47 Friendship Club had a meeting Wednesday, July 5 in the 'home of Mrs C. F. Wiggins. There I were eight members present andi three little guests, Sharon and! Pamela Faris and Molly Ann'l Green. | The scripture was read by the! hostess, followed wilh prayer by' Mrs. 11. B. Bcckworth. Mrs. H. j P. Hoguc won the Surprise Pack-1 age. Many kinds of summer flow- j crs were seen in attractive ar-' range-meats in the home. A salad plate, iced tea, andj other cold drinks were served for' refreshments. The meeting on' July 1!) will be with Mrs. 11. B. Bcckorlh. 1 ' Circle 2 of WSCS of First Methodist Church will hold a short business meeting immediately following the main meeting at t'iie 1 church which starts at ( J:30 a.m, July 10. The union meeting of the \VSCS| of g|ie First Methodist Church will mcel in the church sanctuary at !):30 Monday morning, July 10. The nursery will be open at U:15. Ann Wollcrman Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet; Monday, July 10, al 7:150 p.m. in; the home of Mrs. Horace Fuller, ,1523 South Walker Street. T^sday, July 11 The Liberty HD Club will meet. 1 .Tuesday night, July H with Mrs..' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fowler and daughter, Carol Ann of Washington, D.C. arrived Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Fowlers' mother, Mrs. Ben Southward. Mr. Fowler returned to Washington yesterday. Mrs. Fowler and Carol Ann will stay in Hope for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore of Tulsa, Okla. and Wayne Agin of Uoniphan, Mo. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raley. Mrs. Charles Shiver of North; Lillle Hock is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shiver. Mr. and Mrs. Doris Shipp and family of Memphis have been spending their vacation wilh Mr. and Mrs. George Crews. They returned home Wednesday, but George Shipp remained for a i Magicians Admit Its AH a Trick By DORMAN CORDELL ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (APIA bunch of magicians lold me the inside story today. There's a ti'ick to what they do. I felt like an American spy turned loose in Khrushchev's private files. Some 500 members of the International Brotherhood of Magicians arc holding their convention here—and revealing secrets of their arts left and right to one another. And to anybody else who happens to be around. I even found out how to cut off a woman's head wilh a genuine buzz saw—and restore it in good condition, of course. The head, that )s. "Listen, a magician's most closely guarded secrets arc available in any public library," said one magician. "They always have been. Where do you think 1 got most of my act?" Besides, the secret is only part of the effect, he added. ' Even more important is I he performer's skill. "Yes, you can (ell the ama- Icur." said Okito, a specialist in oriental magic who has been a performer for 55 years. "The master's touch just isn't there." Okito, whose real name is Theodore Bamhcrg and who lives in Chicago, is descended from a family of moyicians that reaches back seven generations, to the early 17lli century. The easiest people (o mystify, •said Okito. are hrillianl. ' ones. "They are more pat to Hunk logically, which, plays right into a magician's bands," he said. ftftTllMt It's Always Cool Here! Saenger THEATRE Adults 60c Children 25c Late Show Sat. Also Sun. - Man. LUCY Will Tug at Your Heart Strings os you Laugh Your Head Off! In a Crazy Mafrimonioc Mix-Up that raises the Mirth-Rate to a Nrew High!! BOB HOPE-^LUCILLE BALL PANAMA & FRANK THE TOM and JERRY CARTOON EXTRA TREATS LATEST NEWS Slaying Suspect- Is Sought FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) _ Sheriff Fred Hayes issued a pick up order todav for a sandy-haired, ruddy-faced man. about <!0, snen Monday near where a Californ- nian's body wa.s found Tuesday. Hayes said two area residents described Ibc rn.-tn, who (hey said fried to hi'.chhike a ride wilh (hem Monday afternoon, shortly after a pickup (ruck conlainiim a body identified as thai of Jolmi.v Windham, '!::, of Pittsbur", Calif., was found parked on an Arkansas River road. The two unidentified witness-OS saw the truck as they rclurncd from the river bank, Hayes said, and it was not there wren they passed en route to (he river. longer visit wit'h his grandparents. Mrs. Bill Morton and children of Louisiana arc visiting with Joe Morion and Misses Hazel and Bca Abram. Brig. Gen. Harry Lcmley Jr., and family will arrive Sunday lo 'visil Judge and Mrs. Harry Lerg- ley while enroulc lo his new as- -.signmenl as assistant command- j ant of the Commanding General staff school al Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. Saturday Specials MEN'S STRAW HATS SELECTED FROM REGULAR STOCK JULY 8th OVER 1000 YARDS DRESS FARRICS 58' Cottons and Blend?. LADIES' SUMMER HOUSE COATS 900 Washable Cottons BETTER DRESS FABRICS Values to 1 98 Yd. 99 Yd. REG. 1.35 — 1.50 NYLON HOSE 69' Selected From Regular Stock r BIG TABLE FULL Ladies 7 SHOES 3 oo Pair Group Judges Flower Show Short Moltturt Hurling Crops LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Soil moisture was short over most of Arkansas by the end of last week, the Crop Reporting Service said today. The only count ios wilh adequate moisture were located in (he extreme southeast, nnd north weal the agency said in ils weekly bulletin. Cotton Is in fair to good condition, however, although late and just now beginning to develop normally. Nice is reported in good condition in all growing areas. C of C Photo MEMBERS OF LOCAL GARDEN CLUBS WERE FLOWN to Noosho, Mo. June 30 by Corn Belt Hatcheries to judge a flower festival there. Making the trip were, left to right: Mrs. Lyle McMahen, Mrs. T. P. Foster, Mrs. Jim James,' Mrs. Wallace Mtnroe and Mrs. Harold Brents. •f'-., >- - •- Shipley Sluciio. I'holo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Romaine Searcy ring ceremony. Al ils conclusion the couple knoll on a white prie <licu while Mr. Mitchell sang "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Connie Angel of Dallas, was the bride's maid of honor. Mrs. Jack Porter of Dallas, sister of the bride, was her bridesmaid. They wore identical dresses of pink cotton and dacron designed with large puffed sleeves and round neckline, A matching bandeau was worn with a short veil and each carried mulberry-colored carnal ions. Jack Porter of Dallas, served us best man. Ushers were Loren Chandler of Dallas and Dale Booker of Emmet. Mr. Chandler also served as a groomsman. For (he wedding of her daughter Mrs. Cash wore a beige dress with white accessories and Mrs. Searcy, mother of (lie groom, wore a navy blue dress with while accessories, touch had a white carnation corsage. Following the ceremony at 1110 church a reception was held in the home of the bride. The brides' table was covered with a while. lace cloth and centered with the bouquets of the wedding attendants, as well as with white tapers. Serving the tiered wedding cake was Miss Judy Hae McDowell and Miss Joyce Hilcy served I hi; punch. Miss Faye Searcy of Birmingham, Ala., sister of Hie bridegroom, had charge of the bride's book, Grandparents of the couple attending the wedding and reception were Mrs. II. K, Hall of Hope, grandmother of the bride and grandparents of the groom, Mrs. Andrew Vaughn and Mr. and Mrs. Pat 1!. Searcy Sr., all of Birmingham, Ala. Others from out of town attending included Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wells anil Winnie Kaye. of Gurdon. When the couple left for a southern wedding trip, tin- bride wore an aqua suit wilh while accessories and pinned the. orchid from her bouquet al. her shoulder. Upon Iheir return (hey will make their home in Dallas. Russia Will Ask Deadline on Kuwait By A. i. GOLOBERG ..I'NITKI) NATIONS. N.Y. (AP) —The Soviet Union is cxpecle.l to demand (hat the Security Council sot a deadline for Hp'iain lo withdraw her troops from Kuwait. Soviet deltaic Plalon 1). Mo- ro/ov made plain he would seek to amend a Urilish resolution calling on the Uniied Nations lo guarantee the independence of (he doserl i.lv'ikdom claiu.cd by Iraq. The Soviet diplomat charged the Nrilish resolution was a maneuver lo justify the prcsenei' of British troops in the oil-rich lillle | Persian Ciulf lerrilory "and lo 'U'gali/e them I here for an indcf- j inito period of lime." In the council Thursday Mrilain again promised In remove her forces from her former protectorate the moment Kuwait',-; ruler. Sheik Abdullah as-Salim as-Sabah considers Iraq's threat to take over his sheikdom has btvn removed. Sheik Abdullah has appealed lo I ho. British for military protection. The Kuwail ciliicalion director, Abdel A/i/ Hussein, representing the sheik in Hi" council debau 1 , said Kuwait \\nultl ask (he British (o withdraw only alter the t), N. affirms Kuwait's independence, declares Iraq Iv.is no valid claim and admits Kuwait to U. N. membership. As the council headed (or a Stolen Blank Checks Cashed CONWAY. Ark. (AP)-Five of 2fi blank signed checks stolefi from a Midland Constructors Held office at Damascus Saturday were cashed in North Little Rock groceries. Midland Offri- Manager W. A, Moore said all five checks were written for jaaii.-ll payable to a' M. W, Tanner. Total Amount of tlie checks was $I.KVi.05. The checks can tie writ.cn for a maximum of $.|()0, Moore sold. vole on (he Rrllir.h resolution I his afternoon, ,'il trnst thre«! mem- bers—Liherl.i, Chile nnd Turkey— indicated llu.'y fell Iho Kuwait- Iran dispute should be left to the Arab League lo solve. However, a British delegation source said he was confident there are enough voles In the It-member council lo put over tht resolution ns a firs', step. The move lo shove the dispute lo (lie Aral) l.digue drew a WIMII- ing from King Sn-jil Hint there can be no mediation unless Iraq drops its claim of sovcrignity over its rich neighbor. The Saudi Arabian monarch, who has .scat troops to help lie* fend Kuwail, lold Arab League Sc'crolary-Oiioral Abdel Khalck llnssminn "the issue is one of in- I dependence, or mediation over . Kuwait's independence which has been recogni/.ed by all." DIXIE On Hwy. 29 - Vi Mile S. Hope Hi • Friday - Saturday • Come ns Lfllp n$ 9:15 and Sec Bo»h Hits All In Color! "Tess of tho Storm Country nnd One of the Grcnf Juiit)lo Thrillers of All-Time "Master of the Congo Jungle STARTS SUNDAY At Regular Prices WALT DISNEY'S Record Breaking "ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR" Vcld.i Says: Attend our Big Snt. Nltc Late Show Party Fncts of Life at 11 P, M. IT'S ALWAYS COOL Saenger THCATRK • Tonitc - Tomornrow She wns the bait in » Hall Million Dollar Trap! 11 »» WALKING TAD/*tT" I A HI*I* f STMftlMV • nnvti JOAN EVANS RONALD FOSTER MERRY ANDERS RELEASED TH«U UNITED ARTIST* And — Action — ChirokM War — Fires Flaming In •III WltUMM (10*14 r«Mn ? Color Croon's I tors, Misses Mary and Margaret I Cash, lighted the candles. On Saturday evening, June 17 Mi.ss Gcncvicve Marie Cash became the bride of Thomas Ro-, „„ , ., 1 he bride was x> maine .Searcy, son of Mr. andj.,^ |, y ] u ,,. f.,!),^.. Mrs. Pat H. Searcy of Birming-' ham, Ala. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cas'li of Hope. The wedding was performed at Garretl Memorial Baptist Church wilh the Kev. Klbert O'Sleen of Warren officiating. Mrs. Wade Warren played the organ in a program of traditional miplial music and accompanied vocal soloist, I3illy Wayne Mitchell. Before the exchange of vows lie sang "Whither Thou Gocst" and "Because." The bride's twin sis- given in marn- Shc wore a ballerina - length gown of white lace over laffcla, which the bride had fashioned with u round neckline and long sleeves lapering lo pclal points over Ihc hands. A while lulle coronet trimmed with .seed pearls hold her veil in place. Her only jewelry was a strand of! pearls, a gift of the groom. She carried slcphanolis centered with a white orchid. An altar decorated with baskets of while gladiolus and while tapers in seven branched candelabra was Ihe setting for the double- DOROTHY He Was a Dancing Man By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE .Dear Helen: I can't keep ray feet still when the band strikes up | and that's my whole trouble. When me and my wife married 1 was teaching in a national dance | chain studio. The job paid well ; and the work was ca'JV t ; i take, jit being second nature for me to put rhythm into any girl on a j dance floor. No kicks from the jwife until she went home lo mother to have our second baby. While .she was gone, 1 got translcrred lo i another town and she wrote thai if I wanted to sec her aiicl tli» children' again lo quit being a dancing man and find a real j'ib i I love dancing but I love my w ; f" more; so 1 took what she would call a decent job. Now sin. 1 says she won't come back ever. 1 think her folks keep us apart. Shu and the children arc on the family farm. At one lime she said she would never live there again What can J do lo get her ami Hi" kids back? — R. Dear R.: There are (wo skies to every story. Get vuiir \vifc\ side. If she won't COMIC lo you. go to her—at once. Listen to her ! gripes and rhow. by y>ur will, inHiiesK to right them, as you've already done in changing jobs, that she and the children bolij. : first in your heart ;r)il life. Make it clear that you don't intend lo let anybody, not even Ivr parents. iseparate you. De forceful. Take 'the aggressive! i Dear Helen: My nviihcr's boy j friend fell in love v.i'h me an-l I with him. N.iw she ii ue.-. mi bui 1 couldn't help il ;>'iy more lli.i.i he could. I ;im IS. he :j'!. \\e hope • to marry in October. — Lnhap- Dear Unhappy: Two wrongs don't make u right. Thii man, who is more than twin; your age and far more experienced, should be strong, if you arc not. Your mother is v.vil rid of him and you'd heller ! o too. if you value your future happiness. Put him out of your life, even if it means leaving home, i realize this won't be easy, my dear, and you'!! probably suffer more than the cradle snalcher or your mother but, in [he ciid, you'll be the winner. Dear Helen: I was raised on :i farm and never went anywhere except to scliMol. Kuiy.vhig nothing about life. 1 y.ol into trouble. married a man wilh a prison record and li.-ivo been payim; Icr it ever since, ,'k' drir'is, chases women, an-.l I'an't keep a job. We have four children, and, alter J4 years, nu saunas. :Mv husband worries mure about 'ils dogs and rabbits than In: due:; me. is (here any hope fur |iin'--ur mo and our children'.' — Wretched V.'ife Dear Wife: HI-MI;.; a, ex-convi"l your husband muM Irv/i) been on probation. A-k the parole ofliccr who handled iih case to help yuU AM him in line ;'.u.'ii;; The probation people arc usually pi city iindei'ciiandin;; arid ju.-l a;-' anxious a.s the family to MV >.'-dr Send \(iui' problems ID Helen Wunlcn Kr^Uuie. 1'e >M!'e to enclose ,i Mamped. .-•<-U'-;i'ldro.ssed envelope ami atuuv-.> her 'are ol thi.s ne\v.-,nan'"' Jlelpfu' leal Ms available. V, nlc 101 "T'ie iiicai Husband." BROS. ON ELM STREET JULY CLOSE OUT S REDUCTIO ALL SUMMER DRESSES ALL SUMMER SKIRTS ALL SUMMER BLOUSES ALL SPORTSWEAR ALL SWIM SUITS REDUCED '/» YOUR CHOICE MEN'S SUMMER SLACKS $495 VALUES TO$10.95 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Reg. Price 2.95 & 3.95 REDUCED MEN'S STRAW HATS (Western Styles Excepted) REDUCED '/ 3

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