July 14, tf«1 NOFI SfAt» MOM, ARKANSAS IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Monday, July 17 Wcslcyan Service Guild No. 2 of First Methodist Church will meet Monday, July 17, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Helen Anderson, 20G S. Gracly. Judy Robins. Miss Sherry Lynn Jerry Garrctt. Mrs. T. C. May Hosl'sss to Liberty Hill H. D. Club The Liberty Hill Home Demon- 1 stration Club met Tuesday night : in the home if Mrs. T. C. May 1 with eight members and three; Circle 5 of the \VSCS First Mctho- ] visitors present. Visitors were , disl Church will meet Monday, ! Mrs. Arthur Fuller, Mrs. Carl July 17, at 7:30 p. m. in the home! Fuller and Mrs. George Anderson. of Mrs r.i-nvpr and one visitor, Mrs. J. C. Burke, were present. Plans were made to have a family club picnic on Friday night. August 4, at the club house. Mrs. Willett gave a demonstration on first aid. Rrcecation was directed by Mrs. Jack Sumptcr. The hostess served frosted coke and tidbits. Coming and Going Dr. and Mrs. John Russell Galloway and Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Gall oway, all of Alexandria. La.,will be the weekend guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Hamm. Mrs. H. E. ^w Tuesday Bridge Club co hostess co-hostess. Mrs. George Ncwbcrn was high, scorer and Mrs. Lylc- Brown! holu ' , , , , . was second high at the Tuesday i with a pink and blue shower. Bridge Club which met with Mrs. Brown on July 11. There were two tables of members playing alj the afternoon gathering. Mrs. Lois Russell will leave by , ... jet plane for Munich. Germany The pr.ogram was opcnctl with iam , fl mm(Vs vjsit u :. j(h u the devotional by Mrs. Jessie | M j ^ R u d Powell followed by a talk on > f . inij | v health and safety by Mrs. Fred; \ }r ;J Mary LinM , iclim of D;llklb is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. Young, while en route to ville. ,, i-l D « thc «*'•«« Mrs. Miler was surprised Builders Class Entertained iss JoBcth Rettig Honored A morning coke party for bride- Kcttig was Kinscr. .Besides Mrs. Kinser, cth- j . er hostesses were: Mrs. i Mrs. Don Westbrook and children are spending a few weeks Mrs. Guy Grigg and Mrs. 0\v- ( in Auslin, Texas, with her par- en ilollis were co-hostesses to the. cuts, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kimhcr- Buildcrs Class of First Baptist: ly. Church Tuesday nighl. The scene . ef the party was the screened ^ rs . 15. c. Hyatt has go.no with elect JoBeth Kettig was given :lrc;1 ° [ lh f Gri - homc wl » ch >r son. Kev. Koberl Hyatt of July 12 al. the homo of Mrs. Tom f«'}urcs " ''"j^.?"?- . „_„ Millinglon. Tenn., to Montreal, „=.:.._.. „....:.,.... »,.... ,.-: .1. ! Mrs. Hubert J brash gave lnoj N _ ( ; fm . ;l Presbyterian camp the delic- alu | niusie workshop. Mrs. •' ' Mrs. Ilershel Wilmol'h of Glenwood was the Friday guesl of Mrs. Lynn Harris and Mrs. J. W. Brand). Mrs. William Roulon. Mrs. Jim James Mrs. Thompson Impson and Mrs. Ira Porter attended a PTA summer workshop Thursday at Southern SI ale for Program and Parent Daisies and roses decorated the hf,3fic where the party was held. The honorce. who wore a yellow summer frock, pinned a while carnation corsage al her.shoulder. The hostesses presented her a gift of crystal in her chosen pattern. In Ihc dining room the guests were served from a table centered with pink dahlias and pink candles. Cold drinks and an assortment of delicious tidbits were Assisting in serving were Miss Victory Homenstration Club Meets With Mrs. Rowe Mrs. Elston Willis presided over Ihe meeting of the Victory Home the home of Mrs. C. J. Rowe.Mrs. Joe Willett, health and safety leader, gave thc "eye opener.'-' ! Mrs. Rowe gave Ihe devotional. j Mrs. Eric Calhoun led the group ' in singing. Roll call was answered with a good first aid rule. Nine members Lylo of Forrest City will arrne this weekend to spend a week with Judge and Mrs. Lylo Brown. Beat thc Heat, Conic Sec Elvis! er THEATRE Starts 1:00 Sat. & Sim. Mat. Daily TONIGHT — SAT. — TWO BIG HITS P Ttollh Ficluiei - pimnlt LATE SHOW SAT. 10:30 — SUN., MON. & TUES. PRESLEY. »U(9) LAM TUESDAY WELD MILLIE PERKINS Conductor Fired SKOUL (APi — South Korea's military government fired conductor John S. Kim of the Seoul Phil- harmnoie Orchestra today and accused him of pocket ing $UH)0 he got by selling musical equipment belonging to the orchestra. DRIVE IN V Pass The "Y" Hwy. 29 South TONITF—SAT. 7:45 "Son of Robin Hood" Thrills and Adventure "LOST WORLD" Come as Late as 9:00 See Whole Show— SUNDAY MONDAY Must See From Thc Beginning — Don't Give Away the Ending! Only One We Got— "PSYCHO" Members of Club Don't Want Faubus B : DOROTHY DIX He Can't Live With Himself HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE FVOTIC Peacock feathers, IniUcrflics and ornate fans iur- nislied design ideas for those sunglasses, first shown in Paris They can double as costume masks. There is no country in the world where so many families own homes of their own as the United States . . . over 28,000,000 or 61 per cent of all American families. For 1110 years Savings and Loan Associations have been putlmu roofs over our heads. The convenient method of monthly payments for repaying: home loans like rent was developed by Savings and Loan Associations. Today Insured Savings and Loan Associations finance more homes than all other financial institutions combined. INSURED LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Thc national president of the Business nnd Professional Women's Clubs says some opposition has developed lo Gov. Orvnl E. Fnubiis' scheduled appearance before thc group's national convention. Miss Panic Hnrdy of Lillle Hock, lied of Ihe National BPVV and also assist nut state Insurance commissioner, said she invited Faubus lo speak at the convention to be held July 23-27 In Chicago. She did so, she added, not only because lie was governor and her employer, but because she fell he had done much to advance women in positions of responsibility in Arkansas. Miss Hardy .said one official BPW protest came from thc Executive Board of Ihc New York Stale BPW orgnni/ation. II said in a telegram thai Faubus' appearance could have a damaging effect on Ihe group's public rel- tions. Another objecting organization, she said, is Ihc Human Uelalions Council of Nullcy, N..I., which on June 7 wrote Miss Hardy lo protest Fiuihus' appearance. Tho council said il regarded Faubus as an exponent of racism and segregation. She said a' few other organizations and other BPW clubs had filed prolset.s Nvilh Hie national organization. grandparents "Grandmother" and Dear Helen: I fell in love al Hi 1 "Grandfather." Now they (my with a man 10 years older. Moth- husband's parents) want Us to er refused lo give her consent to ™ k « , >™ i1t1ltl ™ s "**" • «» , , . r | Grandma 'nnd "Grandpa, is it ;nir marriage. In the hope of, W( , c ^i\\y to needlessly confuse changing her mind we deliberate- ; IU ,,. |j|(| e jrj,.| |, y ns king her to ly had n baby and still she re-'do so? —Mrs. c. Winners in State Beauty Contest fused to permit me lo mrtrry Ihisj man who loved me as much as' 1 him. Eventually he married another and so did 1. My husband and 1 have eight children bul he loves this daughter of my first romance as if she were his own. Now she wants lo meet her real father. Do you think this advisable? lie has never communicated will) either of us but lately I have dreamt of him and awakened with Ihe sense that he had only a short while to live. Fifteen years :iave elapsed since last we met. Mis wife knows our story as does my husband. Our daughter is older than her Ifi years and is studying to be a missionary. I wouldn't leave my husband lor all the gold in Ihe world, or a dozen men like the father of my oldest girl, The interlude with him is closed as far as I'm concerned. All 1 can .say is lhal I profiled by the mistake. —Mother - Who - Wauls - lode-Right My dear: Out of loyalty to Human you married, both you and your daughl.er should let the past bury the past. If a me'eling between father and child should ever come about naturally, well and jood bul, don't seek trouble. The ireak with yesterday should be clean and sharp. For this reason, social agencies advise against flesh and blood parents seeing their child once il has been placed for adoption. The wear and tear on Ihe emotions is lo greal. Hear Mrs. E.: The switch -III names isn't going to affect your little girl one way or Ihc other and ii's sure lo please her grand- parejits. Learn the art of getting along with your in-laws by conforming gracefully. II makes life easier for all concerned, especially your husband, whose peace of mind .should be your first consideration. Dear Helen: My parents don't respect my privacy. They Us- leiii-d in on my phone conversations. Every lime my girl friend . and 1 start talking about boys they yell, "llang-up. Give the telephone a rest for Pete's sake " I know other I'1-year olds who have the same trouble. —A.K. Dear A.K.: I waited 15 minutes oulside a phone booth yesterday while a teenager discussed the boys with a girl friend. Only after offering her a dime to call her friend back did she reluctantly give me a break. So, my sympathies arc with the parents whose teenage children suffer from tele- phonilis. Set aside a definite time each week for receiving and milking calls, and o\il of coiisidera- lion to others, keep them short. KNOCKING THE HOCK-—It may never achieve thc popularity of the revived rocking chair but this roller's Chair displayed at the Chicago Home Furnishings Show has its points. The enclosed, curved back, something like a sedan, chair's, protected occupants from draffs for centuries. Thc one photographed is as modern as model Irene Simonailis 1 costume, even to foam rubber cushions. U.S. Plans a White Paper on Berlin WASHINGTON (AP) - Tin Kennedy administration is preparing a "while paper" on Berlin to dramatize before the world tin: repeated efforts of the Western powers lo reach agreement will) Thc Soviet Union on a German peace settlement. As U.S. officials presently see the Berlin crisis, the dispute be! (.ween (he Western powers and the Soviet Union over Ihe future of Wesl Berlin is now in a propaganda warfare phase with both sides using public speeches and statements to influence world opinion. One of Soviet Premier Khrushchev's insistent arguments ha.-, been that action is long overdue to eliminate what be calls Ihe vestiges of World War II in Germany. lie has proposed that the Western powers withdraw (heir force of about 11.000 men from West Berlin and give il thc status of a "free city"—that is, a city without Western troops in il. Failing that, he has threatened to j sign a separate peace treaty with Communist Kasl Germany by (hi: end of this year with (he claim that this would wipe out Western rights with respect lo West Berlin. The United Stales, after weeks of consultation with Britain, West Germany and France, plans lo send a note lo Moscow by Ihc i middle of next week rejecting Khrushchev's demand and warning anew that the Western powers will not yield any of their rights to be in Berlin or to base access to the city across East Germany. Governors of South May Meet JACKSON, Miss. 'APi — A report from South Carolina says southern governors have been asked to a meeting here instigated by Gov. Itoss Barnell, but ho won't comment on the reports. Arkansas Gov. Orval F,. Faubus also declined today lo answer questions about the meeting. An aide said he had an appointment in Ihe slate next Wednesday, the day reportedly scheduled for thc meeting. Georgia Gov. Krnest Vandivcr lias been contacted about Ihc meeting, an aide said, but hasn't | decided whether lo attend. j The Charlotte i N.C.I Observer, • in a dispatch from its Columbia, ! S.C.. bin-can Thursday night, said the meeting was lo discuss mutual problems. 11 said this might include increasing pressure by the Kennedy Admiinsrlalion on pro-segregation southern stales. The newspaper said thc meeting was the brain-child" ol Mis- sssiippi's Barnell. HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AIM Jane Anderson of Pine Blulf gained a swim-suit, compel ion victory and Mary ICIdridge of August!) achieved a talent division triumph Thursday nighl in the second preliminary round of the Miss Arkansas pageant. They .joined Carol Anne Holland of llunlsvillc and Lindiiy May Higgan of Leola in Ihe ranks of the preliminary winners, and therefore the unofficial favorites in Saturday night's final judging. The third and last preliminary round is set tonight. The girls also are judged on evening gown appearances, but preliminary results in that category are not announced. Miss Anderson, li), who is Miss Pine Bluff, is a hazel-eyed ash blonde who stands 5-i) and weighs J2(>. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Pine Bluff. Miss Eldridge, 21, Miss University of Arkansas, sang two songs from the musical Kiss Me Kale in the talent competition Thursday night. She has brown hair and green eyes and is the daughter of Jhon Eldridge of Augusta. Miss Holland, who is competing as Miss Fayetlevillc, won the | first round talent award and Miss Riggan, who is MISS Henderson State Teachers College, won the first round swim suit trophy. Each of the -12 contestants competes in all three categories in the preliminaries. The ones who modeled swim suits Thursday nighl, for instance, compete in another division tonight. Dear Helen: our small duiij. Send your problems to Helen Worden Krskino, Be sure .1.0 .enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address her cure of Ibis newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "Stepchildren." Dorothy Dix is a registered trademark. Released by Tho Do" Syndicate lo We wish In express our sincere appreciation everyone lor I ho many kindnesses shown us during our recent bereavement clue to the death ol our husband and lalhcr. Mrs. C. J. and Family 7 Children Die NATANYA, Israel (Al'i—A taxicab ploughed into a group of children running from a bus to a beach here Wednesday. Seven of the children were killed and five others seriously injured. WHO PUIS MORE ROOFS OVER OUR HEADS ? Purple Hull Peas WATERMELON 25c siKc 4c 1.50 Home Grown TOMATOES u. NEW CROP 50c ARKANSAS HONEY RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET Highway 67 West HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Hon-iO Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build—Buy—Repair—Remodel—Refinance 4% — Curronr Dividend Rate — 4% ABC Rules on Beverage Sales LITTLE HOCK <AP'-Tlic .-tal Alcohol Beverage Control Board • Thursday outlawed. clieclivc j Sept. 1, sale of malt liquor nnd "Mout" beer, except al liquor outlets. ! Any beverage with .1 per cent ; or more alcohol will have In be j labeled as lo alcoholic content, j 'fed U. Christy. ABC attorney. | said regular beer has frum '•':- to •1 per cent alcohol. Thc board al ; o decreed that any beverage will) less lluui ,~> pel' i cent alcohol cannot be called mall liquor. Sonic beer out !•:•!> have been selling malt liquor, which is nut now gciKiMily hljcK-i.! :::: U :i!cu- holic content. The strapless that moves with you, not on you: ANNOUNCING MRS. JACK (KARON) SIMPSON Graduate of Duke's Beauty School Has Joined the Staff at Betty Lynn's Beauty Siop and will appreciate your patronage Lennic — Sue — Karon Telephone 7-3838 by Warner's* 7 supple inserts keep it in its place! I !<?' ."\;'-: i' ..oi is iiM|>s you lo the waist ye) move with you, ivj' on you. Ihnl-'s trie se; rei! And more flaHery fioui XV.-iiner's, iVtJul-ui 'S'vJiay' has so-pretiy contour ..jps iinrj r!i.!i r )O fiont! 'Sashay' jf I 1-18 in whit* (Cup; cind panels: col ton-nylon-rayon; Elastic: I'ji-'bei-acctare-polyesler-cotton) t _ fl _ 55,75 'Sashay 1 . , . in cur foundafion department! BROS.
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