Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 13, 1961 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 13, 1961
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^ ^Thursday, July 13, 1961 MOfl iTAU, MOM, ARKANIAI ?••• ThrM IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Qalendar Thursday, July 13 ^The Baker Home Demons!ration Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Paul Holt Thursday night. July 13, at 7; 30. Hcmpstead County Wildlife Association will meet Thursday night at (! o'clock. Plans will be made for the fish fry. Two films \\4JI be shown. p. m. in the home of Mrs. Helen Anderson, 200 S. Grady. Circle 5 of the WSCS First Metho- jdist Church will meet Monday, I July 17, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Grover Thompson with Mrs. H. E. Patterson co-hostess. dlebrooks were club guests. The two tables of players were scrvcd a sandwich plate and coffee during the refreshment hour. T. E. L. Sunday School Class Has Picnic The T. E. L. Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church met with their teacher, Mrs. L. F. Higgason, at. Fair Prrk Tuesday night for a picnic, and regular monthly business meeting. Twenty-one members and four visitors enjoyed the occasion Monday, July 17 Wcslcyan Service Guild No. 'I of First Methodist Church will meet Monday, July 17, at 7:30 Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. George Newborn was high scorer and Mrs. Lyle Brown was second high at the Tuesday Bridge Club which met with Mrs. Brown on July 11. There were two tables of members playing at the afternoon gathering. DOROTHY These Children Ask For It By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE- Dear Helen: You often say that no child should ever be whipped. I disagree. I am 15 and one of three daughters. Our parents whip us when we do wrong yet we love them very much and could not do without them. We, my sisters and 1, believe that to spare the rod is to spoil the child. In a large city adjacent to our small town, Mrs McCorMe-Langley Vows Exchanged Miss Polly Ruth daughter of Mr. and nic McCorkle of Hope, became the bride of Bobby Joe Langley, son of Mrs E. H Langley of s(cphnnol , s ccntc rccl with a white Junction City and the late Mr. LJi, ; ,, apron-effect in Che back, of lace and tulle ruffles formed John- ^| lc j )ac j ? p. lllc i ji cr fingertip veil ell from a crown of pearls and lace 1 . She carried a bouquet of ATHLETE'S GOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS, If not pleased with strong, instant- drying T-4-L, your 48c back at any d*3g store. Watch infected skin slough off. Watch healthy skin replace it. Itch and burning <nre gone. TODAY at GIBSON'S REXALL DRUG STORE Langley, June 30 in the Central Baptist Church of Conway with Elder Elbert O'Steen of War- orchid. Tucsda Bridge Club A local Tuesday Bridge Club met with Mrs. S. L. Murphy on July 11. Winning high score prize was Mrs. Dewcy Camp, and the game prize went to Mrs. Garret! Story. Summer flowers were seen at vantage points. Mrs. Story and Mrs. Tom Micl- liss Dawana O'Slccn of Warren was maid of honor, and Miss ,,. . ,. _ , , Marilvn Harris of Steelc, Mo., ren officiating at the double-ring scrvc ;, ., s h...^..^^ Thcy wore Lciemony. identical frocks of pastel blue An arcli entwined wilh greenery taffct! , Theil . mnlchinR halti ,, K I bilked by bridal baskets of ,, nd circulm . vd)s o[ lullc . E; , ch gladions and greenery with n| cnn . Icd ., co | onia , ^^^ of pink pr.c clHie in the center provided [cathcrci , cnrn nlions centered the setting for (his ceremony. A Vclda Says: The Only People who listen to both sides of an argument are the next door neighbors. Big Movie Coming For You Saenger THEATRE Matinee 1:30 Nigi.t 6:45 LAST SHOWING 'Thrill and Laughter" — The Bear and The Bees FRIDAY & SATURDAY Heart-Warming Suspense of a boy and his dog TWO YANKS and FOUR SIN-GIRLS. ...blast enemy lifelines! Late Show Saturday 10:30 — Sun. - Mon. - Tucs. HOPE LANGE TUESDAY , WELD MILLIE PERKINS ceremony. program of pre-nuptial music was provided my Mrs. Billy Hay Langley of Conway, pianist, and J. E. Hughes of Caldwell, who sang "1 Take Thee, Dear" and "God Made You Mine" prior to Ihe ceremony and "A Wedding Prayer" while the couple knelt. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor- length gown of Chantilly lace over satin. The bodice was fashioned with a scalloped neckline and ilong, lace sleeves which came to I lily points over the hands. The •flowing skirt was of Cranlilly lace over satin and tulle. The scat, loped Chantilly lace formed an DRIVE-INJWv Pass The "Y" Hwy. 29 South Last Showing Tonight "Five Branded Women" Fri-Sat. Show 7:45-9:00 "SON OF ROBINHOOD" Plus "LOST WORLD" Entertainment: With Thrills one Adventure SUNDAY -MONDAY Anthony Perkins Janet Leigh IN 'Psycho' Must Sec this From the Beginning — Don't Give Away The Ending — CONTINUING OUR JULY LEARA DRESSES JUNIORS — REGULAR HALF SIZES REGROUPED Valucslro 12.98 Values to 17.98 Values fo 27.50 NOW NOW 10 00 NOW 15 oo Jewelry Reduced Bracelets - Earrings Necklaces NOW AS LOW AS 57 Sportswear SIZES 30 to 38 BLOUSES 200 SKIRTS TAPERS SHORTS PRICE AS LOW AS COTTON DUSTERS 400 SIZES 10 to 18 ALL SALES FINAL 103 WEST SECOND with pink flcur d'amour. Bill Langley of Conway, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Charles Price of Smackover was groomsman. Ushers were Bob Bean of Plum- merville and Howard Shcppard of Bccbc. Mrs. McCorkle chose for her daughter's wedding a rose-beige lace dress with bone accessories. The bridegroom's mother was attired in a navy dress with matching accessories. Each pinned a corsage of white flcur d'amour at her shoulder. The wedding party and parents formed a receiving line in the vestibule of the church. Miss Peggy McCorkle, sister of the bride, had charge of the guest book. Out-of-town guests were Miss Ramona Heed of Forrest City, Mrs. H. L. Wells and Mark of Crossc.lt, II. C. Smith of Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Malone of Searcy, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller of Little Hock. For travel the bride chose a soft green dress with matching checked jacket. She pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. After a wedding trip through the fooljiill.s of V'lie 0/arks the couple will be at home at Bruce Hall, Conway Baptist College, in Conway. (here is a section where only Chinese live. A judge in Ibis city slates that he has never convicted a Chinese child because none are ever delinquent. He also stales that the Chinese are very harsh with their children —R. Dear R.: You and your sisters are (lie exception, 1 still can't believe, and never shall, that flog- lying is the way to discipline a Rows | child. Nor do 1 agree with Ihe Judge's observations about the Chinese. True, there is little or no juvenile delinquency among n but (he reason for (his is (heir religion: respect for (heir elders. Confucianitcs worship ancestors and revere parents. Because of this the relationship between parent and child is ever happy. My Chinese friends, and 1 have many, would be as horrified as I, at Ihe though! of beating a. child. The whipped animal is Ihe '.!!' ss wild animal. It obeys through fear not love. As a result it is correspondingly untrustworthy. And so it is wilh children. No child should ever be made afraid, either of its parents or of anyone else. Births Mr. and Mrs. Bob G. Kellam announce the birth of a daughter, Kristi Karrol, born Tuesday, July 11, in WarncrBrown Hospital, E Dorado. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bram- lelt of Hope. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kellam of El Dorado. Mrs. Kellam is the former Nila Bramlelt. The Kcllams have one other daughter, Angela Dawn, 2. ride, she being n sadder. Now Ihat I don't hnvc a car home nnd she does, the shoe's on the other foot. The two limes I've nsked her to drive me to Ihe store she's put on n long face nnd said she likes to do her shopping alone. Should I be sorry t was ever a good neighbor? —L.B. Hear L.B.: Whether or not your neighbor returns the favors you've shown her is immaterial. Sincere giving should come from Ihe heart with no thought of recompense. You've done your good deed—le.l it go at thai. Never regret doing a kindness. However, of one thing you can be sure, it will be returned, perhaps by a stranger, if not your ungrateful neighbor, for the law of compensation ts ever at work. Dear Helen: \Vhal do you flunk of a neighbor who lakes and never gives. Fur two years I have been liauling my neighbor and her groceries to and from market. Often it was just for the buggy- Coming and Going Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. BramleU this week are Mrs. 0. W. Ross and daughter Betsy of Mocona, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John 'J 1 . Mclmiis rom S'hreveporl are visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Kider and fam- ly of Palmos, and her niece, Mrs. Weaver Collins and family of UOI. S. Walnut. Rev. Bob Harrison, pastor *tl 1 'c f Mt'inril Oln ii'/ili i\f <li>t N Bell ii«l i IOUI1, (/(UTLUl UL 's Chapel Church of Ihe Naz- arenc near Blcvins, is taking a course in marriage counseing this week at Phillips University .•!., in Enid, Okla. Mrs. It. W. Bayless of Gurdon arrived Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Hamil- to »- After a visit with the K. G. Hamiltons.lhc Buster Rogers family returned lo their home in Texarkana Wednesday. Mrs. John llartsfiekl returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Pal Conner of Arlington, Texas, on Wednesday after they had visited her in Hope the past week. Mrs. B. W. Springs and Mr. and Wiflson lilpruigs have gone to Brentwoocl, Calif., after visiting the Clarence Hunt and the Bud Hunt families. Attending summer school this second semester at HSTC is a group from Hope that includes Mary Lou Park, Danny Hefner, Lana Thompson, Betty Martin, ;Ann Cole, Phillip Gilliam, and David Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. George Barlow and family of Texarkana visited the Webb Lascler, Jr., iamily Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Clark and Susan returned Ibis past week from a vacation in the O/.arks. Over file weekend they went to see. the J. T. Urr family near Dallas, and to the Furl Worth 'MO. . Garland Man Held in Shooting TKAHKANA, Ark. <AI"—Roy Huddleslon. 43. of Garland, has been charged with second degree imurder in Ihe fatal shooting of a (Negro worker on the farm where he is a foreman. Sheriff Kildy Burgess said Wil[He Flowers. -12. was shul alter un argument Saturday night. Dear Helen: My I win and 1 would like lo do a sister act in a night club or (healer. But — and it's a big but, we live in a small town where the people, including our own family, think show busi- the primrose path to Hades. The (urning point has come. Next fail marks our senior year in high school if we are ID be anybody, we must start preparing ourselves now. Should we buck (his opposition and, as you say, aim for Ihe stars, or resign ourselves to (he monotony of a small-town, humdrum respectable life? -Hopefuls Dear Hopefuls: Be yourselves but also be realistic. What talent, if any, have you for singing, act ing or performing in public'.' Psychologists define talent as !)0 per cent perspiration and four per cent inspiration. It's Ihe will (n do Ihat counts. Don't be influenced by the biased thinking of others. If you make good, Ihe whole [own will meet you with a brass band, all prejudice forgotten. And, speaking of bands, singing \\ilh (lie high-school band is a good way to start. Work out a routine, using a popular tune for your iheme song, until practice perfect, (hen learn up with Ihe band. The first attempt may be pretty sour but, if you've got what it takes, nothing can discourage you. If you're identical twins, Ihe going will be rougher for one will surely tr\ lo dominate (he oilier. Send your problems lo Helen Worden Erskine. Be sure to cti- close n stamped, sclf-nddrcasc'4 envelope nnd address her cure of this newspaper. Helpful leaf- Ids available. Write for "I''irm Friends." Dorothy Dix Is a registered trademark. Released by The Be 1 1 Syndicate Woodmen of the World "The Family Fraternity" W.O.W. LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY Sec: DENVER HORNADAY 518 W. 4th Phone 7-2317 ANNOUNCING MRS. 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