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Tutld«y, July li, 1961 MOM IT At, MOP I, ARKANSAS Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar «) Tuesday, July 18 The Friendship Sunday School Class of First Baptisl Church will have its monthly business meeting and supper in the Fellowship Hall at 7 Tuesday, July 18. All members and associale members arc urged lo allcncl. - ' The American Legion Auxiliary, Leslie Huddleston Posl, will hold ilw monthly mecling on Tuesday, July 18 al 7:30 in Ihe Community Room of the First National Bank. Mrs. Alice Formby will hold in- slallalion of new officers and Girl Slate delegates will give reports of their trip to Little Rock. Membership will be discussed as the 1U02 Membership drive is in session. Wednesday, July 19 The Country Club Swim Bruch scheduled for Wednesday, July iy has been postponed. Thursday, July 20 The Ramsey Cargilc VFW Auxiliary will meet al Ihe VFW Hut Thursday night, July 20 al 7:30. All members are urged lo attend. _H.ppe Chapter 328 Order 1 East- civ' Star will meel Thursday, July 20, at fi p. m. al Ihc Masonic Temple. All members are urged lo attend. Victory 4-H Club Meet The Victory 4-H Club met al the clubhouse on Thursday, July 13, at 7:30 with Ihe president, Carroll Rowc, calling the meeting lo ord- ciVCarolyn McMillen led in singing, and Carolyn McMillen read the firsl chapter of Psalms. The group repeated the Lord's Prayer. The pledge lo Ihe 4-H Flag was led by Ronnie McCorkle and Ihe pledge to the American Flag was led by James Rowe. Elizabeth Smith gave a demonstration on making a wall plaque. During the business meeting a recrca- tii$! meeting was scheduled for August. Refreshments were served by Mrs. C. L. Roberts, Mrs, Archie Smith, with Miss Shirley McMillen and Miss Nancy Stcphonson assisting. There were ID members, 11 leaders, and 7 visitors present. an elbow-length veil. A reception was held al Ihe church after the ceremony. The couple left to spend several days at Canandaigua Lake and left Rochester for San Francisco July 8 where they will make their new home. Mr. Hcrnclon will be technical representative for the Geavert Company of America in their 1 new office in San Francisco, He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus V. Herndon, Sr nephew of Mr. Rufus V. Herndon, Jr., and Mi's. Finlcy Ward, all of Hope. Radio Staff Holds Picnic On July 14 the KXAR radio staff enjoyed a picnic and baby shower for a staff member, Mrs Aaron Cross, and Mr. Cross. The group of 12 were entertained in Ihc home of Station Manager Haskcll Jones and Mrs. Jones. A delicious picnic supper and 1 good fellowship dispelled all fears of the storm outside. During the evening a gift from all was presented to the Crosses. William Herndon, Jr<, Miss Gillespie Are Married we Unity Presbyterian Church' Rochester, N. Y., was Ihe scene al t) p. m. July 14 of the wedding and William Rgbcrl Herndon, Jr. Rev. Harrison officiated. • Parents of Ihe couple are Mr,' and Mrs. Paul D. Gillespie, Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. William R. Herndon, Grove Hill, Ala. Miss Joyce Gillespie attended her cousin as maid of honor. She Wujh gi'een chiffon, while clip hat and gloves and carried a basket of yellow and white pompoms. Best man was Paul Gillespie, brother of the bride. Ushers were George Miller and David Lamphron. Given in man'itige by her father, Ihe bride wore a while ballerina length silk organza over lafella gown with insertions of nawow orange blossom lace. She carried aj crescent-shaped bridal bouquet of while roses .and wore DIXIE On Hwy. 29 - '/2 Mile S. Hope Hi Tonight - Wed. - Thurs. (|! The BARBARIC LOVE that left the FIRST WONDER of the World. Joan Collins in Land of the Pharoahs Spectacularly Filmed in « Egypt with a Cast of 1,000's, Plus BOOTY AND THE BEAST Weeleyan Guild Mrs. Helen Anderson was hostess for the meeting of the Wcs- Icyan Service Guild No. 2 of First Methodist Church on July 17. Roses, camellias, ana' ehrysaiy theums decorated the charming home. Before the routine business meriting Mrs. M. R. Fisk was welcomed as a new mcmber.Mrs. J. C. Carlton presented an inspiring devotion, "My Son, Timothy," which was 1 based on II Timothy 1:1-7. Program chairman Mrs. Sam Andrews led the group in the message, "God's, Word, Our Words." During the refreshment hour frosted lime punch and cookies Iwcr'e served to II members and, i guest, Mrs. II. E. Hanks of Forclyce, mother of the hostess. Canterville 4-H Club Meeting The Centcrville 4-H Club met Thursday, July 13, at the community building. The meeting was called to order by the vicc- pi'csident, Jerry Carlton. A song was led by Margaret Jones, song leader, and Mill-lone Faughl led in the opening prayer. Ann Beck gave the devotional and the secretary, Carolyn Beck, read the minutes of the previous meeting. Linda- Langston and Barbara Lee Piercy gave demonstrations, and Carolyn and Ann Beck gave a talent, number. Refreshments were served by Robert Baker and Jesse Royce Jones to the la members, 2 visitors and 3 leaders present. i . ^ Amanda Tinkle Circle Meats Mrs. Ray Lawrence was welcomed as a new member and Mr.s Christine Giest ot Bismark, N. D., and Mrs. Bobby Wood of Oklahoma City wci'e welcomed as visitors by cigltl members of the Amanda Tinkle Circle as they met ail First Baptist Church on Monday morning. Coffee, blueberry muffins, dalebread and orange marmalade were served as each arrived. Mrs. Clarence Geist, circlet dhai'rman, (opened Uie meeting by reading Peter Marshall's "Prayer for Our Country." A short business meeting followed. Community missions were discussed, with •each member being urged to begin reaching the unchurched in the community preceding the revival with Angel Marline/ in October., Mrs. Lawrence led the call lo prayer for missionaries on the prayer calendar, after which Mrs, R. E. Cain led the program titled "Sharing 4 Our Possessions."Those Russell, Mrs. Ben Owen, Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Hayncs.Mrs. Haynes closed the meeting with prayer. Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 Has Meeting On Monday evening, July 10, 1G members of the Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 and 4 guests, Mrs. Redistrict Ruling (s Considered LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Cleveland County Hep. Raymond Mays said today he will ask Atty. Gen. Frank Holt to rule on whether a forthcoming special legislative session can deal witli the question of congressional rcdistricting. Mays said that if the question cannot be treated at the special session, and he thinks it cannot, he will seek a special election on a redistricting plan approved by the 1UG1 General Assembly. Mays was author of the approved plan. The rcdistricting plan now is scheduled for n vote in the Nov- emlKT, 1962, general election, which means all congressional candidates will have to run a,t large in the 1962 elections. The constitution provides that a special referendum on a legislative act can be held if petitions are filed with names of 15 per cent of the qualified voters. That would be 63.29!) signatures. Mays said he will circulate petitions for a special referendum because he is unalterably opptsed to an al-largc congressional race. Petitions circulated by Jefferson and Lincoln county interests effected referral of the act in the first place. The two counties were unhappy because the plan — which cut the number of Arkansas districts from six t of our — put them in a district with northeast Arkansas. Mays said he had legal advice that the Legislature couldn't adopt a new plan while the old one is under referral. Mays said he has no alternate plan in mind, in case the Legit, laturc could act, but thai he h.is talked lo "the Pine Bluff boys" about a compromise. Mays said he feels any referral vote should bu held before next summer's Democratic primaries. Paul Klipsch, Mrs. H. E. Mores, Mrs. Kufus Sorrclls and' Mis Smith, enjoyed a delicious co\ci cd dish supper 1 in the new home of Mrs. Hoy Stcphcnson with Mis Ben Edmiaslon as co-hostess. 1'ho devotional, ''Ilow lo Use Our Advantages," was given by Mrs. B. N. Jlolt. A review of "The Peoples' Houses" was given by ( I'hc author, Mrs. Hul'us Sorrells! Coming and Going Mrs. David Frith, Sharon, Danny and Mrs. Dora Wortham lefl Sunday night by train for Newark N.J. to visil Mrs. Friths 1 sister, Mrs. Dave Padfield and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Ilonca nncl tfon Jeff of Lilllc Hock spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Honea. Miss Evelyn Briant is in Memphis teaching in a Training School al St. Johns' Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Ion Jones of Tyler, Texas, and son spent the weekend will) Mrs. Jones' parents Mr. and Mrs. Palmorc Dupuy of Hope. Julia Peck has as 'her house guest this week her roommate at Stephens College Miss Liz Hampton of Baton Rouge. On Miss Molcta Clark Mr. and Mrs. G rover Clark of ; DcAnn announce the engagement li(>11 Telephone Co. and approaching marriage of: fiance is a graduate of Redistrict Formula Is Studied their daughter, Nelda, to Dean ; Nashville High School and is now McMillan, son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Cecil McMillan of Nashville. , The bride-elect is a gi'aduale ; a senior al Arkansas A. & M. 1'olleg in Monlicello, The wedding will lake place in of Blevins High School and is •Ihc home of Ihe bride-elect's par- now employed by Southwestern cuts on September I. 1!)B1. . LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Attorney General Frank Holt snys his staff is preparing an opinion on whether the Arkansas Legislature can take the congressional redislrict- ing controversy out of the hands of the voters. The voters Rot the problem after the legislature passed a redistricting act and petitions were circulatdc to refer Ihc act to a popular vole in November 1902. Holt said Benton Hep. Hardy Croxlon asked whether the legislature now could pass a new redistricting law in the. light of the referral petitions. Cleveland Rep. Raymond Mays, who sponsored Ihe act passed by Ihe legislature, said Monday if the assembly could mil consider the", proposal, he would circulate petitions lo refer it lo an immediate vole al a special election. This would head off an at-largc. race for candidates for congressional seats. Four seals will have to be filled. Holl said the problem is not an easy one. "We probably may uive to draw on some out of stale aw before we can answer," he said. "High! now we are explor- ng the laws on the subject." The opinion would carry considerable weight with the legisla- ure in Ihe absence of n court, .lecision. — Cooper Studio, Magnolia Miss Ann Jeter entertained with a coke parly for ;0 j ^ .^ Mr. and Mr.s. Olio Black of Magnolia announce the engagement and approaching Miss Hampton. Coming . . . Snow White and 3 • Stooges Saenger THEATRK Coming . . . Disney's Parent Trap LAST m^rlr IBIiMlsil WILD £ COUNTRY TONIGHT rT^^^r^rW^*Ici NEMASco p e coLORbyOELUxe RESLEY WED. - THURS. Mat. 1:45 Nitc 7:00 RIIONDA LANG DARK) FLEMING-JEFFRIES-MORENO- ALSO: NEOPOLITAN MOUSE HILLS OF ASSIA SUAAMER VACATION MOVIE "RAYMIE" Miss Suzanne Vandover of Marianna is visiting this week with the Kelly Bryants. Visiting Dr. and Mr.s. F. C. Grow are ilheir grandchildren, Kathy and Neil Ed Crow of Fort Smith. Mr. and Mr.s. C. C. Lewis 'have returned from a week's vacation in which they visilcd Iowa City, Iowa; Boys Town in Omaha, Neb.; the Eisenhower Museum in Abilene, Kan.; and Boot Hill in Dodge City, Kan. Mrs. Roy' Stephenson has been visiting Mrs. J. B. Laski in Fort Worth, and the two ladies have returned to Hope. daughter, Ann Jeter, lo Charles Flowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Mowers of Hope. Mi', and Mrs. G. O'Bryan. arc home from a trip to Washington, D. C., and Alexandria, Georgetown, and Mount Vcrnon, Virginia. Airman William Jack Chancy of Parrin, Texas, spent the weekend in Hope with his grandmother, Mrs. Cora llutcheiis, and Mr. and Mrs. Coy Breeding and family. Won't Publicize New Freedom Rides ST. LOUIS 'API — Charles R. Oklham, national chairman of the Congress of Racial Equality, said loday future freedom rides from St. Louis will be less publicized. He said the decision was made as a result, of a just-concluded trip which indicated freedom riders can Iravel safely in certain areas of the South. Oldliam had maintained thai the "full glare of publicity" was needed in some areas to guard against ! possible violence lo riders, such i as happened in Annislon, Ala., where a bus was burned. Four integralionists tested bus terminal facilities in Little Rock. Ark., where they were arrested: Shrevcport and New Orleans. La. They reported on their trip at an art and jazz festival Sunday nijjhl. The Rev. B. Elton Cox. a field secretary of CORE and one of the riders, said he was "pleased with Ihe results of the test" in New Orleans. The riders said law cnforce- incnl officers along the way uci) "very courteous." Mrs. F. J. Burroughs and Palsy returned last Wednesday from summer school at the University of Alabama. Ihe. ceremony will be August 0 al (i::i() p. m. at College View Baptist Church of Magnolia. No curds will be sent. Seeks Revocation of Suspensions NFAVPOKT. Ark. <APi— Proso- | cut ing Attorney John Norman ! IIarkey said he would ask today 'for revocation of suspension of I jail terms for two While County 'men charged with rape last week. | The men. James Sterling, 1!), of i Providence, and Theron Harmon, '21, of Rose Bud, were convicted 1 in April ol drunk driving and dis- I turbing the peace. Their 40-day jjail terms were .suspended. | Friday they were charged in jSearcy with raping a 21-year-old i female hitchhiker near Bald Knob | last Wednesday night. c i An investigation revealed the ! attack occurred in Jackson Conn ! ty instead ol White County so the jSearcy charge was dropped and ; the men were moved lo Jackson ! County Jail in Searey. | Harkey said he has not filed .charges in the attack pendin ; completion of his investigation. 'Rut he said he pould file petitions asking that the men be i forced to serve their 4U-day jail terms. Last week Mrs. Bill Brashicr came home after study at Arkansas Slate College in Joncs- boro. Mrs. HarohJ Tedford and Vivian of San Marcos. Texas, are 'here for a two-weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Burroughs. i ____, ! Miss Pat Burroughs left Friday for San Antonio to work in summer stock with a Little Theater group. En route she visited ,1110 llarokt Tcdtards in San Mari cos. Action Deferred on China Stand WASHINGTON i'AI"—The Senate Foreign Relations (,'ommil.ee delerrcdc action .Monday on a resolution to put Coir. 1 ,re. s s on record again in opposition lo diplomatic recognition ol Red China and its .seating in the Tailed ,\a lions. Chairman J. William KtillirivJil. D-Ark.. said Sen. E\ civil M. Dirksen. It-Ill., Senate minority leader, principal sponsor of the proposal, requested the delay until he can consider revised language under study by the commit lee. May Return Land to Fayctteville WASHINGTON i.-\P> — The Senate Government Operations i Commit lee io.lay approved a bil' aulhorh'iiK; the government t< .'•-live bai-k In Faycitevillo, Ark. !about l!) ai'ivs lor park purposes. j The lam! i> part of !!2 acres 'dniiatcd hi tin 1 government by , Fayeltc\ iilr in lir,L> for construe- linn nl a \Vur.ms Administration • facility. The I'l .-icres has been ^k-Icarcd su'-nlu-. to the Veterans j Adniinislratii.in'.s needs. | The bill, b\ Sens. ,1. William Fulbridu an,! .Inhn I. McClelhn : Arkansas IVmocrals. requires lli.it Ihr l.iiid be u.-.cd lur park ' purposes. ..» Warns About Pickerlap Cotton WASHINGTON (AP>—Rep. Wil- mr Mills, D-Ark., has notified he administration that unless it akes steps lo curtail Ihc import if pickerlap col I on he will inlro- luce legislation to that effect. Imports of pickerlap—raw cut- on in bals—have seriously clam- igecl the domestic cotton incliis- ry, Mills said. The administration, he .said, •ould remedy the situation by re- iniring I hat pickerlap col ton be neluded in Ihe cotton import restrictions program. Al present, Mills said, the ad- ninistration is holding colon im- >orls to 30,000 bales yearly bill )ickerlap collon imports arc outside thai limitation. Mills said he has urged the executive department to amend the mporl restriction pogram to include pickerlap col ton imports vilhin the 30,000-bale limilalion. Jf Ibis is not done, Mills added, ic plans lo have his House Ways ind Means Committee bring oul egislalion to correct the situa- ion. Cotton stale congressmen com)lain that pickerlap cotton actual- y is raw cotton put up in 30- lound bals but that Ihe Tariff Commission has ruled il is processed collon and this is not included in the raw collon import 'imilalion. DOHOTHY DIX Daughter Wants to Meet Real Father By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: My wife, children and home are gone. I am a secret drinker. Until this happened I was a respected citi/on. Now, everything I hold dear is lost. K.ach day I find it harder to live by and with myself. Being alone gives me lime lo dwell on the hardships I've caused my poor wife. But to the few who continue lo have faith in me T still blame her. Yet I need her and the children more than anything else in this world. The truth is I lack the guts lo own up lo my faults, trying instead lo convince my wife by devious ways thai she should come home. F,ach effort proves fruitless. Tell me what lo do. —Puzzled Dear Pir/./led: Yours is tin; pattern of the typical alcoholic. Until you can admit to your wife and friends that you are in the wrong, (here is little hope for a reconciliation with her or a change in your habits. However, you've taken one step in Ihc. righl direction: you've admitted to yourself and me, in writing, that you alone are to blame. Now, lake UK- next step. 'Fess up to your wife. Send her this column Special Delivery, with a letter asking her to help you help yourself. And, while you're waiting for an answer, contact Alcoholics An- nonymous. This wonderful organization helps one out of every 20 so-called "Bottle babies." Arouse thai latent will power. Be one of the 20! Dear Helen: 1 recently met a Committee Okays Kennedy's Plan WASHINGTON (AP) — President Kennedy's plan lo reorgan/.ie the National Labor Relations Board won a first round victory loday in I he Senate; Government Operations Committee.. By a (i-3 vote the committee went on record as opposed lo a move to veto the plan. The plan, which would allow Ihc NLIUJ to delegate its function to individual members lo speed its work, now goes lo the Senate. The vole there is scheduled for Wednesday, Kennedy has a .!>()() record up lo now on his reorgani/.alion plans, which automatically go into effect unless vetoed by eillici the Senate or House within III) days after they are submitted. Congress has vetoed his proposals lo rcorgani/e the Securities and Kxchange Commission and llu 1 Federal Communicalion.s Commission, but has approved reorganization of the Federal Trade Commission and Civil Aeronautics Board. man who is as nice as con be. I wish I might says as much for his taste in clothes. Being a foreigner (from Mexico) he runs to the early Adolf Mcnjml lyjw: Em- broulered velvet wnlst coal; fifltys ajar collars; fiincy crnvnts fllKl peg top pants. How can I tell h|rn to dress American? My friends greet him with raised eyebrows. This bothers me. I want people to like him, especially the relatives whom he lias yet t ornoit. I'm no snob but I hesitate to faco I he amused glances he nml I arc sure lo attract in public places. Am I being to critical? —All American. Dear All American: If your friend is as nice as you think he will soon gel the idea that under- .statement is good taste in dress as well as manners. Both, to be righl, must wear well and be mi' obslrucive. But never make the mistake of crillel/ing another's bad taste. Instead, praise what you believe lo be the best. Try window - shopping and flipping through the. pages of men's magazines with your boy friend, always indicating your choice. Good taste can be developed. He will lake the hint. But don't turn hilt) line male. Eccentricities In style into the all-American /isscml>!> arc refreshing, if not carried too far. ;• Dear Helen: I've been going .steady wilh a married man and am very fond of him bill, life doesn't come arolmd 'as often Aa he used to. When 'I ask wby, be gives me a long story. ' I silly home wailing, waiting and trying lo figure myself out, Mnybc it isn't love, maybe it's just lone- illness and a longing to marry and settle down. I've lost weight a- worrying and a-thinking, Tell me 'what to do. —Disgusted Dear Disgusted; Bounce llio bounder before he bounces you. Your longing for a husband aiitl home is normal. Dating a married man is Ihc surest way lo kill your chances, You'll waste the golden years of your life wailing for him lo make good his phony sweet talk. Send a stamped, self- addressed envelope for my leaflet "Attentions From Married Men." Send your problems lo Helen \Vonlen Erskino. Be sure to en- clos c a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address her care 6f this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Dorothy Dix is a r egist«r«d trademark. Released by The Bell Syndicate WNU Moving to Little Rock LITTLE ft OCR (AIM — The Western Newspaper Union will ransfer its national headquarters to Little Rock from New York Cily next week. The $17 million a year sales agency has offices in 11! cities. It is a division of Hammer- mill Paper Co. Values Galore! HERE AT KODAK Cameraland BROWNIE Sfa/wntti/u OUTFIT Electric-eye camera outfit . . . at low, loiv cost! Everything you need to take pictures indoors or out— including a camera with bui/f-m txposure ntelerl Now you can get good shots every shot because the meter shows you exactly where to set the lens. Take black-and- white or color snapshots or slides with pushbutton ease! All for $27.50 Ward & Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Quality 124 E. Second St. ss/oa New Wool Look Acetate and Nylon 24.95 This is the dress you must have whatever you do this Fall, wherever you go. The fine line stripes give you a slim look, the wonderful never crush acetate and nylon is soft and lovelv to wear., the designing is superb! An expensive leather belt is wound around with the jersey, cinching the slim waist above the full skirt. In sand with black. Sizes 10 to 20.

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