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/Page Four HOPE STAR, H 0 P I, ARKANSAS 7 IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, July 13 The Baker Home Demonstration Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Paul Moll Thursday night. July 13. at 7::)0. Mike Kelly and Dr. Brents. Second were Mrs. Bill \Vray and Jimmic Jones. Jr., and those in third position were Mrs. Tully and Mrs. R. L. Broach. Hempstead County Wildlife Association will meet Thursday j night at t! o'clock. Plans will be j made for the fish fry. Two films will be shown. Duplicate Bridge Club Four tables of players met for Master Point Night of the Hope Duplicate Bridge Club on Monday night at the Diamond. Highest scoring couple was that of It's Cool Here Saenger THEATRE Matinee Every Day 2 p.m. TONITE — TOMORROW Velda Says: "A ticket to another show free "if you see this and don't have a wonderful time." You may have forgotten the "Belly Laff" — Well, Here's a chance to Practice it again! THE FUN FILM OF THE YEAR! 2ft iSofTHRIUS and LAUGHTER -miiit cumin Miss Mamye Alice Kidd, Duane Lesllb 1 Saska Vows Arc Spoken Miss Mamye Alice Kidd. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Kidd of tiope. became the bride j Bobby of Duanne Leslie Saska, son of! Committee Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Saska, also of Hope, in a double ring ceremony Saturday, July !'., at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Marriage vows were spoken in the Kingdom Hall of Jwiovah-'s Witnesses with Eugene .Sinister of- liciatuig. The bride, escorted by 'her father, wore a gown of Chantilly •lace and slipper satin featuring a jibouflant skirt accented with un| pressed pleats swept into a chapel I ira n. Her fingertip illusion veil tell in tiers from a crown of pearls. Her bouquet was a cas- ,-cade of Fleur-de-lis and Sweet- I heart roses. j Miss Joyce Sinister oUJuiney, hill., was maid of honor. She wore j-a blue lace sheath with while ac- j cessories and her flowers were | "carnations. ' Mitchell Kidd of Spade. Texas. |'brother of !hc bride, served as best man. Tall baskets of white glad olas, flanked on either sdie with green- ry in graduated heights, white potted mums and an archway of pink carnations marked the place of the ceremony. Carnation corsages were worn by the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom. H!llUiK(DOMElUI!lrl!l Bring the Kids. Give Them the Chance of Enjoying Real Laughter ... and let them see you laugh ! ! DIXIE Coming and Going '; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Myers! and daughter Lisa of Milwaukee, i \Vis., are visiting her mother,Mrs. i J. G. Allen, and other relatives. JCs, Ladies Install New Officials "Civic minded young men like those found in the Junior Chamber of Commerce can Rive strength to the improvement cycle of any community," Waner Marks of Little Hock, Jaycce State President, told a group of 45 at the annual installation banquet this week of the Hope Jaycecs and JnymHU-s. Al Williams was named Outstanding Jaycee of the Year and Joe Lee the Outstanding Chairman of the group. These awards were made by Dale Dunn, retiring Hope Jaycee President, who cited as Raymond Clark, Billy \Vray, and Denvil Ross. The Outstanding Jaycccttc Award went to Mrs. Doyle Yocom. Mrs. Raymond Clark, retiring Hope Jayceette President', made the presentation and also gave special awards to Mrs. Ted Price and Mrs. Lcroy Anderson for distinguished work during the past year. Mrs. Henry Echstein of Texarkana. Jaycette Slate Vice President, installed the following officers in the Hope Jayccettes: president, Mrs. Carter Russell; vice president, Mrs. Denvil Ross: secretary, Mrs. Doyle Yocom treasurer. Mrs. Melvin Redd; parliamentarian, Mrs. Raymond Byers. | President Wancr Marks in-j stalled these local Jaycee offi cers: president, Denvil Ross 1st vice president, Bobby Joe j Lee: 2nd vice president. Dean j Hamilton; treasurer. Raymond i Clark: secretary. Don Fullei ' , board of directors, Bob Lewis j Billy Wray, Doyle Yocom, and, Charles Blackwood. The invocation was offered by Raymond Byers. retiring Jaycee State Vice President. Master of ceremonies George Frazier introduced the guests of the evening. Arkansas Jaycee President New Officers Are Installed DOROTHY BIX That First Love! TOP: JAYCEE OFFICERS ARE, LEFT TO RIGHT: RAYMOND Clnrk, Bobby Joe Lee, Denvil Ross, Dean Hamilton Charles Bl,icl<wood, Billy Wrny and Doyle Yocom. BOTTOM: JAYCEETTE OFFICERS ARE, LEFT TO RIGHT Mrs Raymond Byers, Mrs. Denvil Ross, Mrs. Carter Russell, Mrs. Doyle Yocom, Mrs. Melvin Redd, Mrs. Denn Hamilton. visitors last week in Ft. Smith with Mr. and Mrs. Earl White and children. . and Mrs. Cnester Allen, visitors in Port Arthur, s. last week with Mr. and Lynn Allen and family. Louis Randal Howard of Dallas is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coop. On Hwy. 29 - } /2 Mile S. Hope Hi • NEW TONITE • " A Big Thriller— "FIVE BRANDED WOMEN" Mi- were Tex a Mrs. Miss Evelyn Winfrey of Houston Miss Paillette Stewart is spend-', visited with friends in Hope Tues- ing two weeks in Dallas with Miss j_day. ; Frandne Allen. j" ! Mrs. Manuel Hamm had as guests Dick Kirkpatrick of Juneau, Alaska, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kirkpatrick of Magnolia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paine former ly of Juneau and now of Leakey, Texas, were guests last week of I Mrs. Hamm. Mrs. Charles Overstrcet and Mrs. Maudic Alice Shelton of Preseott were visitors of Mrs. Kenneth Rcnfro Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Stevenson and Miss Paillette Stewart were By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: I am in love with my teacher. Having graduated last month I shan't see him any more. This breaks my heart.' Should t let him know how I feel —"Not Here" Dear "Not Here": It is not un- icommon for girls (and boys) to jfall in a big way for someone, old 'enough t be their father or mother. Adults usually dismiss these first crushes as mere puppy love to be taken no more seriously than growing pains. Butthc youngsters suffer just as much as if the so-called crush .was a grand passion. 1 know, for 1 went through the same painful experience when I was a teenager. Try to sec this adoration of your teacher for what it is — nature s device for weaning you away from your parents. To confess your love to the teacher would make you ridiculous and be exceedingly embarrassing to him. Keep your feelings to yourself and know that this is only a phase in the process of. your development, Dear Helen: Will fou settle a dispute When a son is given his father's and grandfather's first name, isn't he considered the "third," even though his middle name be different Mf friend's son, father of the baby, says no. I say yes. Who is right The question may sound inconscqucn tial but, if not cleared up, could disrupt a friendship. —C.C. Dear C.C.: Ordinarily this question would go to the Emily Post department but, since a friendship is at stake, I'll answer it. Middle names are of secondary importance and apt to be lost in the shuffle. Only the first name really counts legally. Therefore, the baby would be identified as "So-and-so, the third," to distinguish him from his father and grandfather. I was christened Helen Edminstcr Wordcn bur have long since dropped the Edminslcr. ;ju»yit . f > r is a very fine thing but niw. times out of 10, the boy with tho bad reputation 1 will pull the girl down. It rarely happens that she lifts him up. If your boy friend has any character at all, he will overcome public opinion by sincerely striving to be somebody, independent of you. Your mother's concern is justifiable, being, responsible for your welfare unl j you legally become of age. And— she loves you ! Dear Helen: My boy friend and have called it a clay in order to avoid a family and neighborhood feud. It's about breaking our hearts. My mother doesn't likn him; his mother doesn't like me, the whole neighborhood hates him. it's all because of his past record. He did wrong but has reformed. Because of me, he is determined to really be somebody. I love him for that. Now that we've parted I'm afraid he'll slip back. Why can't my mother let me lead my own life — Despcralfl Dear Desperate: Faith in anoth- Group Wants Freedom VERONA, Italy (AP> - Terrorists seeking more political freedom for German-speaking residents of Italy's South Tyrol blocked railway lines linking Italy with Austria and Switzerland duQ ing the night. Dynamite sent electric power poles crashing across the main line to the Brenner Pass and Austria, near Dolce, 20 miles north of Verona, and also across the line between Domodossola, Italy; and Briguc Switzerland. No casualties were reported by police, but they said damage was extensive. ... Woodmen of the World "The Family Fraternity" W.O.W. LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY Sec: DENVER HORNADAY 518 W. 4th Phone 7-2317 PENNEY'S TOMORROW AT9!! Back-to-School Pre-season Specials! 2 25 $ 3 Mm ami <J SUMMER CLEARANCE AT REPHAN'S 1 Rack Ladies' DRESSES Priced For QUICK SALE! $4 and $5 Values I 98 1 Table Assorted ITEMS 'Take Your Pick' Values To $3! NOW 50 TREE- -FREE—FREE THONGS With Purchase of Ladies' Men's or Children's SWIM WEAR indies' and ChiSden's White Leather SANDALS 100 S3 Value NOW 1 Table DAN RIVER FABRICS Reg. 79c Yard 44 Remnants Men's Dress PANTS • Dacron Polyester • Dark Colors • $6.00 Values » Broken Sizes 2 98 —Photo by Bracken, Camden CAMDEN (Special'— Mr. and i i Mrs. J. P. Hall of near Camden | ! have announced the engagement and approaching marriage -of their daughter, Betty Sue, to Joe Don Willis of Longview, Texas, formerly of Hope. Mr. Willis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wil- 1 s of Longview, formerly of Hope. Both are graduates of Henderson State Teachers College in Arkaclelphia. Mr. Willis attended S. M. U. and received his B. S. E. degree in coaching and physical education from Henderson. He was an ac live member of Kappa Delta P scholastic fraternity. Miss Hall is a recent graduate i of Henderson where she was ! member of Delta Zcta sorority, i She was elected to Who's Who in American collegese and universities. She also holds a B. S. degree in physical education. The wedding will be an event of and sizes 3 to 6x sizes 7 to 14 Skip the bench! Postpone the picnic! Hurry to Pcn- ncy's! See next fall's cottons today . . and SAVE! Her head will spin when she sees the big choice of carefree cottons . . bright- lite Dan River Ginghams! jewel-like solids! g'owing- ly-warm Scandinavian-inspired patterns! Many are sister copies! Every one's a time-saver for mom . . . machine wash, touch-up iron or forget it! Be hero early! Get Next Fall's Cottons Now . . . Hold 'Em On Layaway . . . Small Deposit! Marks: Arkansas Jaycette Vice, President Ecstein; National, Jaycee Directors Henry Ecstein! of Texarkana and George Sample! of El Dorado; State Jaycee Vice! President Julian Morris of El i . Dorado; Miss Hope. Miss Mar-' 4 P- m - Saturday, August 5, in garet Ann Archer: Miss Hospitality, Miss Mary Alice Mosley; President of the of Commerce 13. Golf Champion the 1 ihere. Hope Chamber! No X. Holt; Junior Charles Carver; j and Mrs. George Fra/ior. After Jaycee President Ross made a few remarks about the new Jaycee year in the local ''airvicw Methodist Church cards will be issued locally. PPORTLAND, Ore. CAP>—Delegates to the American Baptist Convention here June 14-1!! will consider a plan to tighten up the] organization, Bobby Joe Lee gave,denomination's organizational the benediction. !structure. BANK OF BLEVINS BLEVINS, ARKANSAS At the close of business June 30, 1061, a Slate banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State. Published in accordance with a call made by the Slate Bank Commissioner. RESOURCES Loans ami Discounts 10(>,605.71 Loans on Real Estate 42,727.25 U. S. Securities not pledged 81,000.00 U. S. Seci'iities pledged 10,000.00 Other Bonds and Securities County and City Script including State Warrants, Furniture and Fixture Banking House Cash and Due from Approved Reserve Banks Other Resources 10ii.3Hii.fiO 3,568.00 1.00 15-I,4!!7.5(> 378.92 Star Studded Savings $ 5 .oo in mid - summer shoo fashions Look At These Specials! TOTAL LI \B1L1TIES Common Stuck Surplus Fund. Certified t'ndh iderl Profits. NCI Ucsf.Tvfd lor Contin^eneies ele Indhi'lual Depir.iK meiii'iiir; public Funds Tirili 1 CVrlilirale.-, of Depir-it I'. S. Uu'.ei mi cnl De'pi'-it.j ' 505,157.24 •25.ooo.oo 25.000.00 15,024.05 2,061.70 These Shoes Were Much Higher Priced i i TOTAL 4Q..2/') TvJ <I2.R52.50 j.l II I 2."> 267.20 Total Amount of all Cla-.-.e. Dcpo.-iu as Above Shown .. , r i05.1d7.24 , ilc nf Ai'i-.ai'-a-, ' I li'inp-ir ad :-.-. (' Sl''pbi'ii.. <';i.|iii>|•-•.-oar Hiai the above '.;'-' and belief. HOPE, ARKANSAS C'l lirll ;.l|ll Coinnii.i::ioii 111 h' of Ilir jibiive nainui Bank, do latemeiit is I rue to the best of P. C. Stephens Cashier Attest: Herbert M. Sleuhen.s Harold M. Stephens Directors ill!.- ntll (Itl.V of Jllly, Ulil. High and Mid-High Heels! 1 bone And White $5.00 Ami! ' 1'J, J'.'ii-l R. C. Stephens Notary Public "Star-tling Values to Brighten Yogr Wardrobe. A Wide Assortment of sizes and styles in Summer Whites, Tintoblcs, Lustres, Pastels. Overturf's Shoe Store "SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY" 214 S. MAIN STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS OPEN AT 8 A.M. — CLOSE AT 5:30 P.M.