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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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, July 10, 1961 MOPI STAi, MOM, AftRANIAI CIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and * P. M. (Calendar Monday, July 10 WMS Royal Service or the First Baptist Church will meet Monday July 10 (postponed because of the 4th holiday) The business meeting conducted by Mrs. Harold Brents president, will begin at 11:30 am. A covered dish luncheon will be served at 12:15. The Annie Hoover Circle, with Mrs. Perry Moses cUirman, will serve as hostesses Mrs. Leonard Ellis is the Social Chairman. The Royal Service Program al l 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. Circle G of the WSCS of First Methodist Church will meet al Hie clyj-ch immediately following the Urilon meeting Monday, July 10. Circle 2 of WSCS of First Melh- odisl Church will hold a short business meeting immediately following the main meeting at the church which starts al 'J:30 a.m. • July 10. The union meeting of the WSCS, of, the First Methodist Church ! ; wV.v meet in the church sanctuary [„' at 9:30 Monday morning, July 10. The nursery will be open at 9:15. Ann Wollerman Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday, July 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Horace Fuller, 1523 South Walker Street. Monday, July 10 '^ie Wcsleyan Service Guild No. 1 of First Methodist Church will meet Monday night, July 10, at 7 in the home of Mrs. Roy Stephenson. This will be the annual pot luck supper. The Builders Class of the First Baptist Churt'h will meet in the home of Mrs. Guy Grigg, 300 E. J5th Street for a covered dish siuujcr, Tuesday, July II, 7 p.m. Cd-~hosless will be Mrs. Owen Hollis. All members and associates please make plans to attend. Tuesday, July 11 The Liberty 1ID Club will meet Tuesday night, July 11 with Mrs. T. C. May al 7:30 p.m. Licensed practical nurses will ir M Tuesday, July 11, at 7 p. . Velda Says — If You want to Laff and Forget Your Troubles Come and Sec Our Shows This Week. Its Always Cool At The Saenger THEATRE LAST TIMES TONITE Bob and Lucy A Riot! HOPE BAU- . PANAMA & FRANK THE STARTS TOMORROW .AUGliiiTHRItCS' EVERY MOMEN, N THE Fllfl' FILM OF THE; YEAll IllllllilllUIIIIIIIII in 11111 i I l I I I I D Robert teungsunb AYSofTHRIUS DAUGHTER DOUGUS FAIRBANKS • SUN Limit.OWED HAIDf HOUDim-PEARlWHIU HAmUNGDDH.KNIUIfPIN CKAflllE CHASE • MACK StNNEIT fAHY AKBUCKU • MABtL NORMAND SNUB POUAHC • BOBIS KASLOFF MONK BANKS . WARNER OlANO FOSO SHRIINB . RUIH HOUND Al ST. JOHN . CAMEO Ih! Winder Doj IIIIIH1 I I , Deaths Around the Notion NORFOLK, Nob. (AP)-Gcne Htisc, 75. president of Husc Publishing Co., publisher of the Norfolk Daily News, died in his homt Friday night after being stricken with pneumonia Thursday. He was the founder of Norfolk radio station WJAG. one of the oldest in the Midwest. NEW YOKK (AP) -Gcorgi O'llourkc, 52, assistant news editor of the New York Daily Nc.vs, died Friday night in a Bronx Veterans Hospital. The London, Out., native earlier worked on newspapers in Windsor, Out., Toronto, Detroit and Newark. Letters to the Editor Tins is your newspaper Write to it. Letters criticizing the editorial policy or commenting upon facts in the news columns, are equally welcome. Every writer must sign his name and address but publication of name may be withheld if requested - Plus IHE KEYSTONE CD'S THE SENNETT BATHING BHUIIES The Show Every Star On TV is Raving and Laughing About! DIXIE On Hwy. 29 - Vx Mile S. Hope Hi TONITE & TOMORROW Last Chance To bee The Flubher Show "ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR" A "Disney Riot" Miss Hope Margaret Ann Archer, Miss Hope for 1961, leaves Tuesday for the Miss Arkansas contest at Hot Springs. Margaret Ann was selected Miss Hope recently in a contest sponsored by the local Jaycees. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Archer Jr. ih the community room of First National Bank. Mrs. Monty Monls entertained her Ladies Bridge Club on the evening of July (i. Tli» two tables of players included two club guests, Miss Diane Helms and Mrs. Joe Watkins. Summer flowers graced the 'home. Winning high "score prize was Mrs. Thad Hn-.vkin;;, and second high was Mrs. Joe. Watkins. The game priza went lo Mrs. Ralph Emerson. A dessert plate was served for refreshments. Dear Editor: "Merc we arc in the beautiful city of Toronto lo enjoy the 1!K>1 International Kiwanis Convention. "We're writing this letter in Ihe colorful Canadian room at the Royal York, Ihe largest hotel in the British Commonwealth. This is the "Mcctin 1 House" where we all congregate and il is the lar- Igesl room of it's kind in Canada jit is staffed by the Rivcrdale Ki- 'wanis (Toronto) club members and their wives all wearing tril- Inim corsages. Ontarios provincial flower. The men have I heir usual busy schedule and the ladies have an interesting program including a Fashion show at Maple Leaf Gardens and a Vice Regal Garden Parly. "The children have lours to Niagara Falls, Casa homa, Pioneer Village and many other scenic points of interest. "The programs are delightful and the various musical groups brought to Toronto by their sponsoring clubs have added greatly to the festivities. "We're having a marvelous time and will be returning home soon. Best wishes to you all." As ever, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kclley Dr. and Mrs. Sam Strong Carolyn and Sammy end guests her daughter, Mrs. Jewell W. Tallcy, of Beaumonl, Texas. Friday Bridge Club A local Friday Bridge Club met with Mrs. Tom McLarty on July 7. Lovely garden flowers decorated the home where Iwo tables of club members enjoyed the afternoon. High score prizes went lo Mrs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. II. C. Whil- wortii. A dessert was served during the refreshment hour. Pink and Blue Shower For Mrs. Aaron Cross Mrs. Aaron Cross was honored with a "pink and blue" shower Friday night, July 7 in the home of Mrs. Harold Wright at Spring Hill. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Hugh Garner, Mrs. Lester Boyce, Mrs. E. II. Collins, Mrs. Leslie Huckabcc, and Mrs. Joc A clever "blessed event" corsage was pinned on the honoree by Miss Sherry Collins. Dahlias decorated the home, where Mrs. Cross received many lovely gifls for Ihe baby. For refreshments a variety of cakes were served with punch to 14. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richards and Debbie of Texarkana were guesls Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richards and Mrs. D. G. Richards. Mrs. Howard Richard lefl Friday for the liOth annual meeting of the American Library Association in Cleveland, Ohio, July ills. Miss Kalhcrinc Arnold left Saturday to attend the same meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sinclair have had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thornton and children of Los Angles, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy May of Greenville, N. C. Mrs. Thornton and Mrs. May are the former .Shirley and Wanda Sinclair, respectively. Orby Thornton, James Thornton, and Harold Finn, all of Los Angeles, Calif., accompanied the Charles Thornton family here for a visit and will be returning home in a few clays. Kenny McRae of Little Rock is visiting his grandparents, Mrs. Helen McRae Barlow and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Mouser. Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Griffin announce the marriage of Ihcir daughter, Barbara, to James Dale Flowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Flowers, all of this cily. The double-ring ceremony was performed Friday night, July 7 at the Unity Baptist Church with the Rev. Gordon Rcnshaw officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jones were the couple's only attendants. After a wedding trip to Gal- vcslon, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Flwo- crs will be al home in llouslon, Tex. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Allen and two children, Sydney Churchwell and daughter Nellie Ann, and Mrs. W. B. Rtigglcs left Salur- i day morning for Nas'hville, Twin., lo be at the bedside of Mrs. S. ;L. Churchwell, lormcrly of llpoc. j While there they will visit ' parts ol Tennessee us that is their home slate. Mrs. Leona Schoonhovcn and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sluckcn- berg, all of Forreslon, 111., arc here visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mocrs. Mrs. Sam Robinson, Jr., of Lil- tle Rock is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Lewis. Mrs. Joe Barentine and children of Pine Bluff are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Allen while Mr. Barentine is in summer school at HSTC. Mrs. T. L. Smith and grandson, Lynn Aterbtiry, left for Kansas | City, Kansas, Saturday, where they will be met by Mr. Smith's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Smith. Leaving by plane from (here for San Francisco Sunday, They will also visit Mrs. Smith's daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Williams and Terita. FORKST QUEEN ON MEXICAN OOODWIU, TOIIU-Arknnwi Forest Queen Glenda Rawls, carrying R;lmp | c ot ArknnsM nine jccillinB to present l.o Mexican Government officials, cl,.pnrtod S- t- jrdny for n week-long tour of Texas ,.i,,| Mexico. Miss R a w, w\s iccornpnnicd by F. I[. "Ranger Jim" Martin, public relations .lirVc! tor of the Arkansas Fol-oslry Commission, and Mrs. M irUn Prfor to her visit 'south of the border," Miss Kawls will mnko ievon.l rippcnranccs in Texas with that state's Forest Queen « c ver..l In Mexico Miss liawls will visit Mexico City, Cuor'nav.-tcn Taxco and Acapulco. Th u Forest Queen's trip to Mexico is o o of the inuiiy prizes, tfiven her during her reift-n. "i.iny Hair can become a real problem in the summer unless you treat yourself to a hairstyle that needs no setting. This can be done for both straight and wavy hair but the basis is an expert cut that follows the hair trend. SUSPENSE™ Mr. and Mrs. Martin Green returned home to Jrvin, Tc.\., this weekend alter a vacation which 'included a visit, witii Mrs. Zona Green and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Colcman. Mrs. Anna Judsun has us. week Held for Murder BLVTHEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Marin Garcia Victor, a Mexican farm laborer, is held on a murder charge in the knife slaying of Sandoval Maximino, another worker who died Saturday in a hospital here. Sheriff William Berryman said (he stabbing occurred last Friday. He said Victor will be held for trial in Ihe fall term of Mississippi Circuit Court. A Short Short Storv THE TRAP By J. HARVEY BOND When Alexander Bolworlh set his trap, he wondered what kind of a thief he was going to catch. JS'ol an ordinary one. ile'd bet on I'lial. An ordinav criminal would not bother with Ihe kind of loot to be obtained in Bolworlh's tidy liltlc office, lie kepi no large sums of money, no valuables of any kind. lie had valuable information, bill il was the kind that only a man with a great deal of education would understand. Alexander B o I w o r I b was a chemical engineer engaged in research so far advanced that no one was finite sure his work could be applied successfully, lie had been disturbed, he had taken great, pains to lock them away in a vault which could not be opened except with explosives ol the right combination. But the extraordinary burglar bad continued bis visits. Now Bolworlh waited, concealed ; by a screen in Ihe corner of his j office, hoping lo catch the thief red-handed. lie heard the metallic sound of a key being inserted stealthily in the lock of the dour. There was a click and the door opened. A shoe scraped on the floor. The sound | of Ihe intruder's breathing came to Bolwurlh's ear.-.. The darkness gave way lo the glow of a Ihshlighl and he heard a drawer slide open. Then Bol- worlh turned the switch of an cx- I tension cord behind Ihc screen. I Instantly a light on a bookcase 'illuminated the scene anil ISol- worth siepped into \ ieu, holding a small pi-t"l in hi c hand. Standing in trout ul the open drawer of the desk sluud Stephen 1961 by NEA. he TMM DOROTHY The Answer to Loneliness BV HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE! Dear Helen: Can the heart of| cal - Unlit lmll1 J' ' th«"Khl her the n human appear white and pure tcnder-hcnrlcd and her sister the as th'e driven snow yet. in truth lliml OI1(V - Now ' I<I1(W Hiis young- be black and evil as the devil's own? I nsk this question because or girl for the first lime and tin shock is almost more than I can (Mi DCt tlllSC '* ' v limn i t.:illl of the actions of my two oldest |lakc - You're the only one to whom girls (I have six children in nil',! 1 ft ' ( '' frec lo (tll ' n - lk 'll> me ! — age 12 and 15. The elder hurts AUI me many limes by her harsh words and-rebellious altitude toward chores. The younger is po ' ^ Dear M.ll.: Yes, a dislr'essing J number of people do suffer from lite, wcir-mnniicrod' amMiiefhculi- if plit I™ 1 " 1 ,' 1 .'""- 'I'ln- psychiatric llerm is sehi/nphrenia. Robert Louis Stevenson's iiovel. "The SI range Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" is based on this theme: Dr. Jekyll being the one who would do good, Hyde nothing lull evil. Both personalities were embodied in the same man. From for themselves," said Hollyhock. "Chemicals can do the work of electrical circuits, vacuum lubes and traiisilors." "Yes. 1 know." "A few compounds in a tiny arc her friends ami family fight in coming between us? She'* afraid of Iwing disowned if she marries me. —Heartbroken Christian Dear Christian: I'm afraid It's your irrcsponsihle past, not the disapproval of your girl's family and friends, which is the rcnl root of the trouble. She's old chough |lo know her own mind and, if .she truly loved you, wouldn't, let (anything come between you. Ac- , jcopl I his .setback ns n challenge. ( Continue lo prove by your steady l ways and ability to hold down a i good job lhal you have indeed reformed. Slarl by making her 'mother an ally, instead of an enemy. Send her an occasional pot of flowers or Ihc latest book. Keep [in louch wilh your girl loo and, |before you know it, they'll be putting out Ihe welcome mat. for you. space can do more work acres of electronic machinery. lls| your child evident- a split personality. In the only a step or two "until'' injiii' |)!lsl • lil " c l ' mlld 1)0 (lmk ' U)l ' s ''i'h will be making chemical com-i" l "' pounds which will do things too' 1 '" 1 '" sl ' lt>IK ' 1 '. llu ' re '» real hope Ihe human "I Dinging I be pattern, lie nil your little, girl is only 12 complex for even mind lo accomplish!" "For a thief, you're not acting repentant," said Holworth. 'I'm glad for you," said Hollyhock. "Of course I am a thief. I really did nlan to steal your secrets and to cash in on them myself. But lhal was only human frailly. The weakness of greed, mixed perhaps with envy. To rea- li/.e the whole magnitude of your achievement makes me forget all this," have no pangs of con- Yon don't feel contrite'. 1 " come, Bolworlh, we're today, thanks hi enlighl I hope Ihank- .'tnir little, girl is on. Were she older if might be loo laic. Ask your doctor, or the head of the neighborhood clinic to recommend a competent brain specialist. And reread the. liiblical parable of tin- Lost Sheep (Matthew 21!, I2-M>. Your child needs all the love and iindcrslaiiding you can give her. Hollyhock laughed genl- "You ciencc? "Oh adults.' ly. "Are you going lo call the police? Or shall we—forget?" He watched Bolworlh eagerly. "Go," said Bolworlh. After Hollyhock was gone, Bol- worlh opened the vault, took Ins precious notes from the shelves inside and built a little fire with cr not at all. I've been on Ihe them. wagon a year or more and a As he watched them burn, he failhful church-goer as well. But, shook his head. "If man, the certain so-called Christians s greatest and most complex of liv- •won't forgive me. The latest .slap ing creatures on this earth, has weaknesses," he said, ' il would be foolhardy lo construct an arli- Dear Helen: I am a reformed off-and-oii-again husband, in love for (he first lime wilh the girl of my dreams. They say experience Is the'best leacher. Having twice leaped before I looked, 1 now know lhal this Is the real thing. My two ex-wives were acquaintances of a few days seen rose-colored booze. Ono, Ihrougb the phony glasses of niglilclub 1 lived wilh a few weeks, flic olh- Dear Helen: There are so many complaining daughters • in - law! Why? My mother-in-law is a wonderful person. In all my 211 years of marriage we've never had one cross word. 1 say il takes two to tango —Mrs. l). Boston', Mass. Dear Mrs. D.: In families us in politics, the strongest dominates. Usually it is the mother, especially in Ihe relationship with her sons. She remains in control even after they arc grown, provided she leads them where they wish to go, but once they get the idea (usually promoted by a daughter-in-law) llmt she drives, instead of leads, her power is gone and the daughter-in-law takes [over. This is what the mother fears, hence her instinctive antagonism. Granted there are exceptions, as in your ease, but in most cases, it is the struggle for power which causes (he trouble. The wise molher knows when to slep back and give her daughter- in-law a chance. ficial thinking machine which could do greater things and harbor greater weaknesses." THE END in I lie face is an ultimatum from my girl's molher. Kilher her daughter quits seeing me or gels put out of house and home. The poor girl wrote me off. It's breaking bolb our hearts. I'm 27, .she is 211. Do 1 deserve a chance or Send your problems lo Helen Wurdcn Krskine. Be sure lo enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address her care of this newspaper, llolplul leaflets available. Write for "Molher Corn- Dorothy Dix is a registered trademark released by ! The Bell Syndicate For a moment Bolworth could i not speak. The shock had been too great. Hollyhock, also a chemical engineer, a rival, yet a colleague. "J was afraid I'd be caught," said Hollyhock. "But I had lo know how far you'd gone." Bolworlh's lips curled cynically. j "Don't toll me that." lie. said. "If I you'd been successful, you would have been rich at my expense. You see. I've been successful." Hollyhock's eves lit up. ' To know this i- almost worlh the : misfortune ol gelling caughl. Do •you realise \\lia! a break through ' you'\ e made?" Bolworlh's c\es were sad. "I j j reali/e cnl; 'o well." he .-.aid. 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