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Wednesday, July 19, 1961
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July 1*, 1961 MOP I-ETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M..and 4 P. M. Calendar "Wednesday, July 19 The Country Club Swim Bruch scheduled for Wednesday, July 1<J has been postponed. Thursday, July 20 The Ramsey Cargilc VFW Auxiliary will meet al Ihe VFW Hut Thursday night, July 20 at 7:30. members are urged to attend. Order East- Thursday, at the Ma- Hope Chapter 328 ern Star will meet July 20, at I! p. m. sonic Temple. All urged to attend. members are I covered with a yellow cloth.' [ Yellow mums and white candles I were used on the mantle. The honorec wore a yellow frock and was presented a'while caYnatiotv corsage by the hostesses, who were: Mrs. Ted Purtle, Mrs. Bryan Clark, Mrs. Cannon Mrs. T. V. Woods, Mrs. Bradcn, Mrs. Earlcnc Hoi- Refreshments were served lo 52 guests present. Coming and Going Miss Linda Purtle has returned Missi Frances Billingslcy, Bride-elect, Honored to school School of at Arkansas Nursing after Baptist spending the weekend with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs, L. J Purtle. Mr. and as their j drcn, Bill Will Muivn have their grandchil- Tricia Munn of Midland, Texas, and a friend,Am; Mrs-, nests ami Frances Billingslcy, bride-elect Leonard Mat-bury, Fort Hood, 'icxas, was honored wit'h a miscellaneous shower Saturday, July la, at the home of Mrs. W. S. Cope assisted by Mrs. Ilawlcy | Wristen, also of Midland; Pniklc and Mrs. Philip Ward. Miss Billircgsley was lovely in a pale green collon frock and was presented a corsage fe. while cur- nations by the hostesses. After Remarks of a Teenage Babysitter By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) — Remarks flint make a teen-aged baby sitter wish she belonged to the Peace Corps: I'm sorry, but you won't be able to use the phone, Susie. There seems to be something wrong with it. And the TV set is broken, too." I meant to give Mary Ann her bath, but at the last minute I got so rushed—you wouldn't mind, would you?" We only pay 35 cents an hour, but, on the other hand, the experience you get will prove highly useful later when vou have a home and children of your own." is all right, comes by so Yes, I suppose it if your boy friend arrange- opening and displaying the many lovely and useful gifts (he guests P.TC invited inlo the dining room where they were served from a table overlaid with an imported lace cloth aixl held an mcnt of white mums. Individual cakes, salted nuts, mints and punch were served to the 32 guests present. Out'-of-lown guests present included: " Mrs. Coy Nolerc, Lillle Hock; Mrs. Hershel Billingslcy, •Man and Janet of Benlon; Mrs. IN. C. Bryan and Mrs. Billy R;i I'yc of Arkadelphia. you can help him wilh his home work. But, remember, leave all the lights on—and the front door open." 1 do hope the children won't Rive you much trouble, Susie. The rain kept them in all day, and they have been rampaging around Finis home to visiting Herring has Brownwood, Texas, after his sisters, Mrs. Will Munn and Mrs. J. T. Butler. Mrs. Warren is visiting her nic Erwin. Basyc of Dallas mother, Mrs. An- Ihe house like Indians on the warpath." Oh, dear, I know you Icon- returned . 1KL ,,. S gt!t so hungry—and (here simply isn't a thing left in (he refrigerator except two carrots and some lettuce. Do you like lettuce?" Don't fell me this pretty young Mrs. B. N. Hell entered Wadlcy Hospital last Saturday and underwent surgery Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Laurie, Wallace Bcene, who have been ay | visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.O.Becr.-e, leave Thursday for Lockport, La. They will sail for Europe July 2(5, 1 be al Ihe headquarters and Mr. Bc'cnc wi Stars and Stripes in Madrid, Spain. Mrs. Mitchell Williams of Tahoka, Texas, and Mrs. A. K. llol- loway returned Tuesday morning from St. Louis. Miss Jar'elle Robinson Fettd With Bridal Shower The Hope Country Club was (he selling for a bridal shower honoring Miss Janclle Robinson, bride- elect of Carrol R. Messcr. Yellow and w'hiie wav, the color a'heme carried throughout wilh Mr. and Mrs. John Halley are n'le gifts altraclively displayed j enjoying a summer trip in Hie urxlcr a yellow and white striped j New England states. beach umbrella. The table wasj Last week Mrs. C. C. Bryant accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson to their home in Trinadad, Colo. thing is baby-sitting the kids. You go to the movies, honey, and I'll stay home and sit with the sitter." I'm afraid we don't have a rock 'n' roll record in the house. But here is a nice Beethoven symphony my husband and I have been planning to listen to ever since we bought it at the supermarket. Let us know if you enjoy it." I'll kneel isn't loekint behind her when she , Sis: then you gel in Saenger THEATRE *STODAY — TOMORROW Matinee 1:45 Plus NEOPOUITAN .MOUSE FRI.-SAT. Matinoe Night The Gambler Wore Guns rind UNDERWORLD U. S. A. STARTS SUNDAY Inow White and the Three $toocje$ Miss Sheila Foster,who is working this summer in Dallas, spent last weekend with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs.- Vincent Foster. Bureau Appoints Publicity Man LITTLE R&CK (AP)—Appointment of Arnold A. Bcrner of Lillle Rock as director of public relations for the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation was announced DIXIE On Hwy. 29 - Vi Mile S. Hope Hi TONIGHT — 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 front of her—and push her real hard." Little Eloise can't go to sleep unless someone reads to her from her favorite book, Bunny Rabbit and His Forest Friends.' Here it is—only 112 pages. If she doesn't fall asleep the first time read it to her again." You only had three children to baby sit the lasl lime you were here. Since then we had the twins. The neighbors arc going out wilh us and they arc leaving their four children here, loo, so altogether you have—let me see: three and two and four more make—oh, 1 never was any good at arithmc lie." Hello, Susie. I'm calling from the country club. I know I told your mother we'd gel you home by midnight without fail, but the parly is jusl gelling. . ." \ fef* Tllftft Mrs. Robert Eugene Collier In a double ring ceremony al I First Methodist Church in Waskom, Texas, Saturday evening Miss Carol Lois Rich became Ihe brio'c of Robert Eugene Collier.! The Rev. I. L. Grissom, pastor,' performed the ceremony. | The bride is Ihe daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Garland Rich, and Ihe bridegroom's pa-. rents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Collier of Waskom, formerly of Mope, j Vows were exchanged before an' arch and tall candle trees entwined wilh woodwaria fern, and white ruffled gladioli were placed on each side of the altar. A pro- ram of prc-ceremony music was played by Mrs. Jerry Welch al I'hc organ, and she accompanied, Mrs. Billy Bush as she sang. The bride chose as her matron or honor Mrs. Claude Uowclen, nie Mercer, and Clifford Rich, brother of the bride, and Ihe ring- be;ircr waX the bridegroom's nephew, James Leo Launius of Kl Dorado. Tin: bride, given in marriage b.V IHT father, was gowned in a chapel length dress, fashioned Ifoin c'hantilly lace over tafclta. It was designed wilh fitted bodice and a sweetheart neckline ouf- lincd in seed pearls. Her shoulder- length veil of bridal 1 illusion fell Irom a tiara of seed pearls. She cainvd a while Bible tupped with a biMKiucl of feathered carnations c-ncircling a while hybriiH orchid with satin streamers. Following the. ceremony, I'hc bride's parents were hosts al. a reception in the church Fellow- choice may not be yours but that doesn't mean you arc wrong. No parent should attempt lo live vicariously in its child. But every parent ought to encourage their children lo seek only the best in life—above nil quality, especially in people. Send n stamped, self- addressed envelope for my leaflet, "Cautious Parents." Dear Helen: I am M-years-old and belong to n riding club. Shortly after Christmas vacation T became interested in a 21-year old boy who works at the club, lie liked me too. Our friendship flowered inlo a romance. Then I discovered that, aside from the romantic attachment 'wo had-little in common. Last week I told him it was all over. And still he won't believe me. Mow can 1 get rid of him, without saying, "I hale you" or "Get lost"? 1 am now interested in a l(i-year old boy who speaks my language. Help me, please! I read and enjoy your column very much. —K. Dear K.; You've been playing with fire. Evidently it's still smouldering else the poor boy would give up. You're too young lo be taking him or any other boy seriously. Tell him so and don't act the princess condescending lo talk to the pauper. Since you had little in common, you shouldm'l have encouraged him in the first place. Call a halt on dating any boys, at least till this blows over. Your lime would be belter spent reviewing the subjects you intend to major in next fall al school. I'm scolding for your own good. Send your problem lo Helen Worden Erskine. Be sure lo enclose a stamped, slcf - addrcssde envelop earn! address her care of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Dorothy (Dix is a registered trademark. Released by The Bell Syndicate Feature Tulso Radio Station Sold TIILSA, Okla. (AD—The Griffin Broadcast Group Tuesday announced the sale of Tulsa Radio Station KTUL to Texoma Broadcasting Co. of Wichita Falls, Tex., for an undisclosed price. The Grif"i Group owns Lillle Rock Television Stale KATV. of Waskom. Jack Harvey of! LAST CALL! — This Week Only — of Our Big SEMIANNUAL SHOE SALE • Prices Reduced Even Further— Shoes Regrouped — This Is It! OVERTURF'S Family Shoe Store 214 S. MAIN ST. HOPE, ARK. Nudists Threaten Caravan to State LITTLE ROCK AP) — A Cali fornia nudist who skipped out on a promised July 4 appearance at the state capitol has pogaloide to Secretary of Slate Nancy Mall. But Mrs. Hall said today that Ihe Idler from Robert T. Colgher of California also threatened to bring a caravan to Arkansas. Mrs. Hall said she's inclined lo ignore Ihe whole thing since she doubts Cloghcr will show up. A letter from Cloghcr to Ihe Ar kansas Ga/ette announced the scheduled July 4 eapitol appear ance and about 500 persons showed up at the capitol. Cloghcr didn't appear. Cloghcr apologized for -making people, including Mrs. Mall, stand in the sun, Mrs. Mall said. After a honeymoon in Mexico City Ihe couple will make Ihir IHMIIC in Waskom. Mr. Collier at- lendcd Hope Hi^h School and is Stevens Rich, brothers of the j employed by fabricated Steel at bride. Candle lighters were Jonn--Waskom. iJhrevcporl attended Ihe bride-!< groom as best man. Ushers were; Garland Wayne Rich and Bill, DOROTHY Dl How About Those Sons-in-Law? Convicts Escape in Missouri JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Two convicts slipped away from the Missouri Prison Farm in Callaway County Monday night, the Highway Patrol re ported. They were identified as Malcolm Patterson Doslon. 2!!, of St. Louis and Hubert Collins, 2(i, from Siloam Springs, Ark. today. Bcrner has been field representative for the bureau in northwest Arkansas, lie will be replaced in that job by Kelly Hargis of Litllc Rock. By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: Why arc you forever sniping at mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law? I svould be (lie happiest mother-in-law in the world if I had a daughter-in-law. Instead, I drew the world's worst, son-in-law. He didn't have a penny to his name svhen he married our daughter. We bought him a car, gave him thousands of dollars and still he comes around for a handout. Our only thanks is to have him heal our daughter, kick their children and threaten lo kill them all. His folks have nothing and, if you ask me, arc a pool- run of shad. Why our daughter married the big-talk bully is beyond me. Bui she did and so, for jhcr sake, 1 keep my mouth shut. Many say, "1 wish I had a mother-in-law like you." Our daughter has lost what love she had lor the bum but slicks it oul for Ihe children's sake. They and she svould be far belter off away from him. No daughter-in-law could ever be as rotlcn as this fellow. — Sleacly Reader. Dear Steady Reader: The argti- jmenl that a divided home should I be held together for Ihe sake of | the children doesn't hold the water it once did. How can your grandchildren be happy with a father such as you describe'.' Here is one instance where silence isn't golden. Back your daughter up. Make it clear to your son-in-law that she and her children are your first concern. If he won't mend his ways, advise your daughter In take him to court. The law would be on her side. Dear Helen: My 17-year old sister and I arc respected and popular in our community but to hear our parents talk, you'd think we were hellions. Because I threw over a boy I didn't love for one whom J do, they think I'm hilling the primrose path. The new boy friend is 2(1—just two years older than I — and neither smokes nor drinks. I quit school but am paying my way through night, school by baby-silling and doing housework at home for my keep. Sis goes with a guy 1!) who is also very nice. Mom and Dad get lighl- lippcd al mention of his name. Should my sister give him up? Should 1 give up my boy friend? Arc parents always right? —Not Happy • Dear Not Happy: Before answering your (juesliuns specifically, I should like to hear your parents' version and know more about the boys. Generally speaking, parents are insd'nctively right. If normal human beings. Ihcy love their chil- idren and want only the best for them. Of course, there are exceptions. Merely producing children doesn't qualify one to be a parent. Ask your father and mother why they don't approve of yours and Sis' boy friends. Their chine was being used on a samt- bar to rcchannel a portion of Ihe river downs! ream from hci'Ci Rapidly rising waters, fed , by- weekend rains, covered the snmt- bar and began lapping toward thti expensive diesel motors. Engineers couldn't get the mri- chine to shore, so Ihcy put. it to work building an island. Oak (itn- hers were placed in front of the. machinery and engineers hope this will slow Ihe rushing wntcrs enough to keep them from undermining Ihe sand island and washing the monster" downstream; Laic spring anil early summer can be facet! handsomely and comfortably in this two- ply men's long-sleeved pullover, available in smart shade!;. Will Probe Farm Threat Report WASHINGTON (A1M....TI,,. Sen ale Investigations Subcummillci 1 •innwmciHl Monday it will bold hearings on allegations that some Agriculture Department officials threatened reprisals against agriculture gniups opposing the Kennedy administration's farm bill. The dale of the closed - dnr hearings was left for later announcement. Senin John L. McClellan. D-Ark., the subcommittee chairman, said he has concluded alter a preliminary study that a I'ullseale investigation involving p u b I i c hearings is not warranted al the present lime." Bcnutiful Dycd-To-Match SKIRTS and SWEATERS By Korcf of Calif, and Jo Collins — Put Yours On LiiyAwny Today —• THE FASHION SHOPPE 103 W. 2nd in Hope Stranded Dragline Protects Itself LITTLK ROCK i/\l'i — A huge dragline, stranded in Ihr muddy Arkansas River, had to build il- sclf an island ul .sand Monday In escape rising waters. The :;;io(i.0(iii excavating ina- Thc HvcniRe fnmily spends less than l.lj! (i ilny Cor prescription!) ...onljiililllemorcthnii the cost ol'soiln pop. Ward&Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Quality 124 E. Second St. ALL SUMMER FABRICS R-E-D-U-C-E-D • Thursday - Friday - Saturday 1 Table 1 Tabie Yd " ... 39C Yd ' THE FABRIC CENTER SOUTH MAIN STREET Woodmen of the World "The Family Fraternity" W.O.W. LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY See: DENVER HORNADAY 518 W. 4th Phone 7-2317 HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pine and Hardwood. Hope Yard Prescott Yard 16th & La. N. on Hwy. (7 7-4321 88-72311 SPRAYERS Row Crop and Pasture Sprayers Now Is the Time to Buy -AT PORTER Implement & Garage 3rd St. Phone 7-2767 Ask for a Demonstration LAST (ALL SUMMER RAHCE (HAHDISE LADIES' DRESSES Selection of Sizes, Patterns and Colors $4 and $5 Values NOW $2»QO $6. 00 Value ............. NOW $3,88 $8 to $1 1 Values NOW LADIES' WHITE SHOES by Williams Last Call for Flats and Sandals, Selection of Sizes 3.00 Value 4.00 Value NOW NOW MEN'S SHIRTS Buy Several For Next Summer 2,00 Value $3 & .' Value NOW NOW 87c 1.94 LADIES' NEW FALL SHOES By Williams FLATS All Sizes BOYS' BACK - TO - SCHOOL These Will Wear a Long, Long Time 1.50 Value NOW f i T EACH 2.00 Value SHIRTS Long Tin 77c 97c EACH HOPE, ARKANSAS LADIES and CHILDREN'S SANDALS $3.00 Values $1.00 Very, Very Special! 18 Pairs Men's Summer S6.00 Values Last Call! Broken Sizes NEW FALL MDSE. NOW ARRIVING... Deep Tone Dan Riycr FABRICS GINGHAM, DRIP-DRY Yd. 44c

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