Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 17, 1961 · Page 3
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Monday, July 17, 1961 MOM ITAt, MOM, AitANIAI IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. tendants. Covers were lad for 30!ing will be in the home of Mrs. Calendar 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. Grady. Circlc 5 of the WSCS First Methodist Church will meet Monday, July 17, at 7:30 p. m. in the home •A Mrs. Grover Thompson with Mr Membership will be discussed as the 1962 Membership drive is in session. Wednesday, July 19 The Country Club Swim Bruch scheduled for Wednesday, July 1!)! has been postponed. ! Thursday, July 20 at the dinner. Miss Rettig Honored at Country Club Luncheno Miss JoJBeth Rettig, popular bride-elect, was honored with a bridesmaid luncheon at Hope Country Club on Saturday, July 15, the day of her wedding to Frank Baggctt of Memphis. Yellow and orange was the color scheme used for the party where the hostesses were: Mrs. H. C. Whitworth. Mrs. Lloyd Ki- Cara Coficld on Sept. 14. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDowell and Ronnie of Fort Worth spent .1 few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell and Mrs. Aubrey Collier, Jr. Mrs. A. M. McDowell of Fort Worth is here visiting her mother. Mrs. Mary Collins. nard, Mrs. Charles Cox, and Mrs. Garland O'Bryant. The guest I of honor wore a pale yellow! Ml " s ' Vancc Marcum, Mrs. Cor- frock to which she pinned a white :die McDowell, and Mrs. Ludie ;ardcnia corsage. The hostesses I Bullor visilctl Ml '- nml Mrs - J - S ' The Ramsey Cargilc VFW Aux., , „ r .--i"ry will meet at the VFW Hut Mrs. II. E. Patterson co-hostess, j Thursday night, July 20 at 7:30. JA11 members are urged lo attend. Tuesday, July 18 I also presented her a gift of sil- McDowell on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Simmons DOROTHY DIX Destroy It Before It Destroys You By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Hear Helen: The only reason we celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary tomorrow is because of our two children. Our first years rolled along smoothly but being more or less confined to our home hv the children, 1 became sclor and our family doctor but since my husband was not truthful it came to no avail. He loves the children and they him. I have joined a youth group and am president of a welfare club. De- spile my husband's jealousy I feel 1 lead n useful life but—his ugly a lonely, shy introvert. Now Ijbcratings are taking their toll. 1 realize that my husband dcliber- asked him if he would be happier The Friendship Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will have its monthly business meeting and supper in the Fellowship Hall at 7 Tuesday. July 1!!. All members and associate members itj urged to attend. The American Legion Auxiliary, Leslie Huddleslon Post, will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 18 at 7::iO in the Community Room of the Fin-l National Bank. Mrs. Alice Formby will hold installation of new officers and Girl State delegates will give ic- porls of their trip to Little Rock. Saenger THEATRE Rettig-Baggett Wedding Rehearsal | After the Ucllig-BaggcH wcd- jding rehearsal Friday night, July 114, a dinner was given at the Dia- 'moncl by Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hct- lig and the Hev. and Mrs. M. W. Baggctt of Cullman, Ala., parents I of t'he engaged couple. The bride-elect, Miss JoBctli Rcttig. was lovely in a pink dress with sprays of flowers cmbroid 1 ered on the skirt. On the bride's table the appointments were sil- • ver, and pink Pinocchio roses were used as floral decorations. Mixed garden flowers were used on six quartet tables. Miss Kcttig and her fiance, Frank Baggctt of Memphis, chose this time to present gifts to their wedding al- ver in her chosen pattern. Yellow zinnias and orange lilies in milk glasses centered the table and Mrg; JwJ Yocom al| of Tcv ,T^ b !ir" chcon wasscrv ",«rkana, spent several days last oil lo 20 Those rom out of town u vcck wjth Mr . „,„, Mrs . M . M were: Mrs MHIard E. Baggett (McLo ,,.,„ The , adics nrc sjs . and Mrs. F. E. Bcnllcy, both of t crs Cullman. Ala., mother and grand-' mother of the bridegroom-elect; Mrs. William P. Hardcgrcc and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Drake of her mother, Mrs. Nettie Dinkens.i Little Hock were Ihe weekend alely destroyed my self • confidence, especially in meeting people, lie was insanely jealous. And still is. As a result of spying on me his work has suffered. It is 1 who now earns enough to provide us with (he necessities. My working if I stayed home. He says no. Have you any suggestions? —Still Trying. Dear SI ill Trying: We nil, at. some time in our lives, suffer the pangs of jealousy. But the difference txelwccn your husband and the normal human being is his two lovely children, but—she never has loved me. She was 10, I 17 at the time of our marriage. Her indifference goads me to fury. What in heaven's name can I do? —Disgusted Husband. Dear Disgusted: Look in (lie mirror. Compare, the image you sec with the boy your wife married. l!o to a different barber, get a new suit, develop outside interests. Heehcck your definition of love. In genuine love, three is the desire to give—even to deny self. This aiso applies to your wife. Tell her so. Send a stamped, self-addressee envelope for my leaflet on Marital Harmony. Rivol Focttonf Pick Official* CONWAY. Ark. (AP) -Rival factions in the siaputc over IcadcY- ship of the Faulkner County Demo* cratic Central Committee Saturday each selected judges : and clerks for the July 25 municipal election. The Arkansas State Democratic Central Committee regards John T, Duckctt ns chairman of the county committee. Circuit Judge Audrey Strait of Morrillon has under advisement a suit lo determine the matter. Former stale Sen. Guy II. Jones lends a rival faction and claims he is the rightful committee both of Gladewatcr, Texas; Miss Anita Cross of Oneida, Tenn.; •Miss Sally Hardcgrcc of Houston; Mrs. Don Weaver of Commerce, Texas; Mrs. Don Woodward of Memphis, sister of the future bridegroom; Mrs. Bill Mosley of Tulsa, cousin of the bride-elect; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garret! Story. Visiting them Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Garrctt Story, Jr.. of Greenville, Texas. hours are Flexible. I am home to | Inability to cope with the mon- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hateliff and Knlhy of Aurora, Minn, arc visit- Mrs. Douglas Drake of Little I? 8 h , is V*™**- Mr - ami Mrs. Rock; Mrs. Bess Pope of Bogata, Texas; and Miss Flora Hart of Texarkana. TON ITE — TOMORROW lvlAS=OPe COLOR by OE LUXE < JO WED. - THURS. DIXIE On Hwy. 29 - Vz Mile S. Hope Hi SEE "PSYCHO" TONIGHT and Chew our Hot Buttered Popcorn — Not your finger nails. TUES. - WED. -THURS. Shows 7:45 - 9:00 JOAN COLLINS in "LANDOFTHE PHARAOHS" The Barbaric Love that left the First Wonder of the World! Friday Bridge Club When Mrs. R. E. Cooper entertained her Friday Bridge Club on July 14 she had two guests besides the club members. They were Mrs. K. E. Ambrose and Mrs. Garrell Story. Season^ flowers decorated the home. Winning prizes for high scores were Mrs. Ambrose and Mrs. Charles Harrell. The two tables of players were served watermelon and cold drinks for refreshments. Forrest Hill Home Demonstration Club Meets The Forrest Hill Home Derhon- strtion Club met July IS in |he home of Mrs. Raymond Carllon. | The house was called lo-order by 1 the president, Mrs. Howell Bak-l er. The devotional was' given by the hostess. Miss Sara McGill gave a demonstration on "Health," and Mrs. Moo Jones won the door prize. Cookie? and cokes were served to the nine members and three .visitors present. The next meet Ben Rateliff. Mrs. William Evans and son of Little Rock are visiting Judge and Mrs. W. K. Lcmley. see my children off to school and back in time lo prepare the evening meal. My husband checks on the mileage 1 use, opens my business and personal mail, often reading u \\\ my presence. He lunches at a restaurant near ny office, in order lo further spy on me. I enjoy working with the people in my office, two of whom are men. The insinuations my bus- >aiul makes regarding them and myself are loo shameful to write. 1 asked him to consider a divorce for his sake, as well as mine, lie cried for days after, berating himself for treating the one lie loved most jii the world so cruelly, and vowed he would change but he has not. We consulted a marriage conn- Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Stone and son of Nashville, Tenn., have been recent guests of the Fred Ellis family. Herb Thomas of Holland, Mich., has been a business visitor in Hope during the past week. Mrs. Fred Ellis of LaJunla, Colo., has gone to Little Rock alter a visit with her son, Fred 0. Ellis, Mrs. Ellis, and family. San Antonio, Texas. J. B. is leaving for Italy today where 'he will be .stationed with the U.S. Army. Mrs. C. W. Petrey of Minden, La., has returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs 1 . Palmorc Dupuy and W. T. Palmorc of Urn cily. slcr. Bring the thing into the open. Ask him why he is jealous. Does he have no faith in you? Impress upon him the inevitable consequences of giving way to this loathsome passion. By feed- ng it suspicion, ilount and fear lie keeps it alive. He must see he thing for \\iiat it is self-ills- )clicf. Like a true neurotic he \ves the object of his jealousy (you) through distorted lenses, lating you one moment, worshipping you the next. The jealous- nearted magnify trifles and believe what frenzy dictates. Tell your husband mat Jealasy and love are not synonymous. Love is devotion, trust, generosity—jealousy the opposite. Make it crystal clear that, there can be no compromise. If he doesn't master tliis weakness it should be goodbye forever. Send a stamped, .self-addressed envelope for my leaflet, "Jaundiced Souls." Memo Frustrated Girl: The , chairman, legal age for a woman is 111. After that she is on her own. In other words she, not her parents, is responsible for what she does. Send your problems to Helen Worden KrsUine. He sured to enclose a stamped!) self-addressed envelope and aildrens her ca this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Doro'hy Dix is n registered trOdomnr". Released by The Bell SVndicnlc Feature Official Charged as Embezzler PAHK1N, Ark. (AP) - City treasurer Inmaii 11. Thompson :h«s been charged with embezzling about $24,000 from (lie water -mid sewer department, which he controlled. Parkin's new mayor, Charles Thomas, said he discovered a shortage of funds while planning city improvements shortly after lie took of flee .Thompson, tree on $10,000 bond, denied cm- Connect icul and Pennsylvania bez/.ling I he money. A bonding \ave the .same stale flower, the company has reimbursed the city Mountain Laurel. for the missing money. Dear Helen: 1 am at the etui of my rope. All my wife cares about is the church and her job. We are in our fifties and have Wo wish lo express our appreciation for the kindness shown us during the illness and clealh ol our Father and Grandfather and especially do we lhank Mrs. Rice and the nursing staff at Memorial hospital. The sons and families of Henry May Billy Hairr, who is employed by the Extension Service of the University of Arkansas at Star City, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hairr. lie is working with a group of cotton scouts. Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Gillespie had as her guest. 1 * Saturday, her daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harvey and family of Texarkana and Mrs. Sylvia Sumrall and family of Shrcveport, and her son, J. B. Cooper and Mrs. Cooper of TRUNK SHOWING! ALL DAY TUESDAY! MEET BOB! FIT FOR A Mognif ique 100% Imported Cashmere Meet Bob Ellington, PRINTZESS fashion representative who will be- in our ready-to-wear department all day Tuesday with all the new fall suit and coat fashions. Don't miss this preview of the new fashions. TRUNK SHOWING, complete PRINTZESS You see the LINE. You get to try them on / you see all the Fall Colors and Style before we have them in stock. You get to make your selection from many instead of a few. COATS and SUITS both in this showing. Ufasfil/jj'dishes doesn't waste this family's time! Use Budget Account, Lavawuy charge or Cash The cowl is this season's big fashion news! This ona tops a handsome sweep of pure cashmere that speaks elegance in every line. 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