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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

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ThufiJoy, July 20, 1961 I ITAt, HOM, ARKANSAS Beautiful Figures of Arkansas HBy BOB HARING Associated pr e s s staff Writer • ""-If the new Miss Arkansas, Frances Anderson of Pine Bluff, follows the trend, she'll reign for a year, then marry and become a housewife. That's the story of most of the 10 past Miss Arkansas winners. Only last year's titlist, Claud- cttc Smith of Star Cily, isn't married. The rules prevent a Miss Arkansas from marrying until she f-rrcnders her title, which Claud- elf c did Sunday. Most of the past queens have married Arkansas boys and nine of them still live in Arkansas. Only Barbara Banks of Conway, the 1950 winner, turned to show LATE SHOW SATURDAY "*i OPERATION EICHMANN Saenger THEATRE business as a career. And she gave it up when she married Frank Selvy, Kentucky basketball great who's now a professional player. Frances is the first blonde Miss \rkansas since 1948. She's also 'probably the tallesl ever sclccled at 5-feel 10 inches. Mrs. Selvy has blondish brown hair, but most of the Arkansas queens have been brunettes. There was a time in Ihe mid 1940s, though ,when blondes won three out of four titles. Leslie Hampton of Lake Village (now Mrs. Clyde Scott of Lit lie Rock) in 1045, Pam Kemp of Little Rock (now -Mrs. Bill Warren of Magnolia; in 1947 and Van Louis McDaniel of Forrest (nosv Mrs. William Tucker of Forrest City) in 1948 were the blonde trio. That skein was interrupted in l'J4G by Becky McCall of Blyth-c ville (now Mrs. Bruce Rcdwinc of Houston, Tex.), who went farther in the Miss America contest than any other Arkansan to date. She was first runncrup. The 19GO queen, Suzy Jackson of North Little Rock, now is Mrs. Graham Thompson and the 1!)50 winner, Sally Miller of Pine Bluff, now is Mrs. John A. Perdue III of Pine Bluff. There was no 195!) litle due to a change in the numbering. Here's a rundown on the other Misses Arkansas: 1957 — Suzanne Scudder of Hot | Springs, now Mrs. David Stubblefield of Little Rock; 1956 — Mrs. Sclvy, now of Los Angeles: 1955— Sherry Bowers of Helena, now Mrs. Nicholas Fart-oil Roberts ot Berkeley, Calif.; 1954 — Sarah Graves Martin of Little Rock, now Mrs. Harold Meks of Pittsburgh, Pa.; 1953—Joyce Reed of Hot Springs, now Mrs. Jack Newsum of New York. 1952 — Bonnie Nicksic. of Hot Springs, now Mrs. Robcr (Branch of Los Angeles; 1951 — Charlotte Simmon of Little Rock, now Mrs. Gene Eberle Jr. .of Little Rock; 1950—Mary Lois Jennings of Hot Springs, now Mrs. Bill Beck of New York City; 194!) — Barbara Brothers of Little Rock, now Mrs. Brewstcr Harrington of Palestine, Tex. 1948—Mrs. Tucker: 1947— Mrs. Warren: 194G — Mrs. Rcdwinc; 1945—Mrs. Scott: 1944, Mineola Graham of Brinkley. now Mrs. Fritz Gunlher of San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Gunthcr was the first Miss Arkansas selected in a contest such as is staged now, although the state had had some unofficial contenders in the Miss America contest earlier. Giant figs arc growing on Ash in Conway. Mrs. C. L. Spann owns the fig tree, which has produced two figs about the size of a hen's egg or pear this year. Mrs. Spann lives on Ash street. Cape Canaveral missile lest center is separated from Ihe Florida mainland by the Banana and Indian rivers. SUPER MARKET Dial 7-4501 -Ma/tt" WE DELIVER 9 A.M. -10 A.M. — 2 P. M. - 4 P. M. 1C, SUDS Lb, Box 25 KLEENEX 400 25e Size SCOT TISSUE 4 R ° I|S 49c DEL MONTE TUNA FISH 4 Cans 1. ZESTEE Salad Dressing Quart Wesson Oil Quart ZESTEE APPLE & GRAPE Jelly Milk 3 Large Cans DEL MONTE . Fruit Cocktail 3 c 3Q ^ 49c FROSTY ACRES Orange Juice 5 IS 1.00 BUSH SHOWBOAT PQRK& BEANS & HOMINY 3 cans 25c AUNT JEMIMA MEAL 5 Ibs. 39c 10 Ibs. 75c Snowdrift 3 Ib. can 79 MELLORINE (REAM 39 Bananas POUND 10 C Lemons DOZEN 29 Potatoes 10 L8S. 39 Lettuce POUND FRANKS 2 GRADE A FRYERS 21c Ib. GRADE A LARGE EGGS 289 GROUND BEEF 39c Ib. BOLOGNA 4lbs.1. CHUCK ROAST 49 C Ib SLAB SLICED BACON 39c BRISKET STEW MEAT 4lbs-1. CALF LIVER 39 lb Pnces For Thursday, Friday ond Saturday, July 20, 21. 22 Tired Of Barbecue? Serve Easy Chicken Curry , Chicken Curry atop Hot Buttered Shredded Wheat is a delightful change of pace from barbecued foods. It's ideal for a buffet on the patio You will like the crisp texture nnd buMory flavor of the shredded wheat—a good contrast to the chicken Breakfast cereals, when used as an ingredient, make contributions of protein, important B vitamins, essential minerals and food energy, plus adding variety and sparklu to your cooking. Chick.- Eusy 1 can (tO'/ 2 ounce) cream of chicken soup Vz cup milk 1 teaspoon dehydrated minced onion Curry > JVi teaspoons curry powder AI teaspoon sugar l l /i cups diced cooked chicken Combine soup milk, onion, curry powder, and sugar; heal thoroughly Add chicken and heat to serving temperature. Serve over hot buttered shredded wheat. Serve with coconut, chutney, and peanuts, if desired. Yield: A servings. um«.y, N Kiitlcr-Tonslcd Slirrclclnl \Ylmil 4 cups crushed shredded i/ 4 nl p | n , l<er or murgnr i M wheat, oblong, round, 1/1 teaspoon salt ' spoon size, or bite size Melt butter or margarine in frv uan; add shredded wheat and toss lightly. Keep warm. Stayed Home But the War Followed Him By TOM HENSHAW AP Staff Writ u r Civil Rule in S. Korea Soon Most people march off lo war. Bui. nol Wilmer McLean. He •stayed home and, lo his eternal dismay, the Civil War kepi, following hi around. 11. started in his kitchen; il ended in his front, parlor. The story of Wilmer McLean and hi.s flight from the Civil War began on Ihc afternoon of July III, mil, in his farmhouse nol far from Manassas Junction, Va. Me was entertaining Confederate Gen. Pierre G. T. Beauregard when the big guns of the North and South began duelling across a lilllc stream called Bull Kun. "A comical effect of this artillery fight," wrote Beaurcgard wilh a literary chuckle, "was the destruction of Ihe dinner of myself and staff by a federal shell thai fell into tlie fireplace." • Three days later on July 21 mo battle of Bull Run the first major engagement of the war, erupted not a minic ball's throw from his farm. McLean threw in the sponge. Ho packed up his family and retired to a quiet corner of southern Virginia where he wa.s sure the war would never find him. His new home: Appomaltox Court House. There he lived quietly and presumably prospered until the i morning of April i), lf!(>r>, when he met a group of gray-clad horsemen riding down the Appo- malox Road. They were seeking, they told him, a well-appointed house where their distinguished companion, Gen. Robert K. Lee, ighl hold a quid conversation with another general, Ulysses S, Grant. McLean offered Ihe best house in town, hi.s own. Thus it turned out lhal the man who entertained a Confederate general in hi.s borne on the first great, battlefield of the Civil War played hosl to another in Ihe fina episode of the war when Lee .surrendered lo Grant. The war was over but, wroU an eye witness, McLean's "rea trial did nothing until the de parlure of the chief actors in the .surrender. "The relic hunters chargct down upon the manor-house and made various at tempts lo jump Mr. McLean's claims lo his own furniture. "Bargains were struck at once for all the articles in Ihe rom. and it is even said that some memenloes were carried off for which no coin of the realm was ever exchanged." After Ihc war, his home denuded of furnishings. McLean tried i lo recoup his lorlunes by peddling pictures of hi.s lion.se. Hut. when the excitement had died down, there wasn't much market for them. Creditors auctioned oil' hi.s property in IDijl) and McLean wan| dcred away lo try his hand some- i place else, a beaten man who just couldn't get away from a war jlbal slarleil al hi.s doorstep and ended in his parlor. SKOUL. Korea <AP>—The chief of South Korea's ruling military junta said Ihe junta will announce by Aug. 15 plans for Ihe return of power In a civilian government. Maj. Gen. 1'ak Cluing-hi told a news conference the junta'would announce Ihe future form of government and Ihc lime of transfer of power to civilians. lie refused lo give details. II was Ihe I'ir.sl word thai the military regime is making plans lo return Ihc government lo civilian control. Jop Firm tx> Dredge Suez TOKYO CAP) — A Japanese firm lias won a contract iji international bidding lo dredge the Sue/ C.'annl, Ihe foreigh office announced today. Mi/iino Gumi Co. of Hiroshima who will sign Ihc $'1,720,000 deal wilh the -United Arab Republic government in Cairo July 2!i, the announcement said. Plans call for doubling the canal's width and deepening about K!.!> meters (4*1 low Ihe passage of 4. r i,00()-lon ships. Letters of Type Few Folks Receive By HAL BOYLE NEW YOUK (AP>—More f™E incuts from letters some people would like to gel—but rarely do: "It is wit'h rent pleasure we inform you your recipe (or making chocolate-flavored peanut butter panics has won first prize in our national eotvlest. You nnd your husband can pick up the $10,000 chock—and the two round trip tickets to Pnris—at our office whenever you..." "Your boy's feat in pitching a no-hit, victory for his kindergarten baseball team has come to the attention of our organization. In keeping with Hie prgram of the New York Yankees for long-lcrm player development, we are willing to give >our lad a $00,000 bonus lo sign will) us now. Nitl- urally, before reporting lo us, we would prefer thai he go on wilh his schooling—as later il will be necessary for him lo autograph baseballs." "We are reluming your check for $75, covering the latest iivhtal- munl due. on your loan. When Bascom G. Goodlicarl, our president, died last nionl'h, he. left a proviso in his will that all outstanding loaiw be canceled. So .you owe. us nothing. Would you like to start all over and borrow some more?" "And so, in recognition of Ihc fact that you are the millionth customer for our new cars this year, the manufacturer is pleased to offer you the model of your choice wil'li our compliments, plus free repairs for the life of the vehicle." "No wonder you can't grow anything on that old farm you bought: for your retirement years The soil sample you sent is heavily saturated with ground oil. Our advice to you: Quit planting find start drilling—and then buy a home in Palm Beach. You ou^lil to be able lo bring in 10 gushers an acre." "II was one of I hose unfortunate mix-ups which I'm sure you'll understand. Bill Ihc fact is we had I he wrong X-rays. II is not your wife who is going to have triplets." "The President was so impressed wilh your proposal lo re ducc income taxes (hat lie is placing a special plane at your disposal so that you can fly. to Wash ington lo explain it to him ii person. While all the cabinet posts- are presently filled, there is al ways the opportunity that..." Moore Bros. DIAL 7-4431 FREE DELIVERY "SERVING YOU SINCE 1896" GOV. INSPECTED FRESH DRESSED neel) more Tcxarkoniarts Found SlIHEVKPOUT, La. (AP>— Authorities say there is no doubt that two men found dead in Die vreckage of a private plane near I'exarkana, Ark., drug company executive, and Hank Wemmers, a salesman from fiarland, Tex. They look off from Shreveport Wednesday wilhuol filing a flighl )lan and had been the subject of i search .since. A crop dusler Monday upoled the wreckage II niles north of I he Shreveport airport. Guardsmen in Louisiana Camp FT. CHAFFER, Ark. (AP) — National Guardsmen of the 142nd Artillery Battle Group began practice firing today in preparation for combat readiness testing next week. The M2nd — with ,400 men, mostly from north Arkansas — is the first of several Arkansas and Oklahoma Guard units which will lake two-weeks of (raining here this summer. Army officials said 14,000 Guardsmen and reservists would use Chaffee training facilities during the period. The 142nd leaves July ISO. The Oklahoma 4!>l.h Division moves in July :iO-Aug. Ill and the !)5lh Division, with units in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana will be here Aug. lli-27. Preserves And Personality Pakistan Chief Welcomed Home KARACHI. Pakistan i.M'i — J'roident Ayub Khan returned today from the I'niled Stales Hundreds !;athrri'd in heavy rain at Karachi'.-: inlernaliniril airport to welcome him home. FRESH DRESSED ^ ^^ FRYERS 19 39 C Ib Ib PORK CHOPS NICE and LEAN Depth rosearcliors would have us believe a woman's personality shows up in (hi? preserves shu serves and (hat it all started back in her nuicl pie days. Wo wouldn't know about thai but it is a fact that some persons aru endowed wilh creative ability whereas olhers have little or none. If you are the creative type, you probably find il fun to serve something which causes family and friends to ask, "What makes it taste .so good and so different?" Creative or not, add a gentle touch of ground ginger, pure vanilla or brandy flavoring to pear or peach preserves nr uw the recipe given below ami your slalus as a preserve maker will zoom. If you have to buy the peaches, better hurry and do your preserving while choice fruit is still on the market at reasonable prices. IVacli l'i-iMfrv4>» with a touch of orange and mace 2 IbR. sliced peaches Vt teaspoon salt 1 oran"t a r' 3 tablespoons lemon juice 2 cups wafer r ; % teaspoon ground mace 2 Ihs. susar Wash, rinse and drain peaches. Cut the thin yellow parl of peel from orijmsje: save a "2 inch strip of the yellow, (.'hop rest of orange; add the piive of yellow and cook in the 2 cups water until white peel is soft. Ueiiiove yellow piece; add sugar and sail. Cook until suy;ir diss»hi'.-: set aside to cool. Peel and slice peaches lengthwise. Add peaches, lemon juice (won't need if orange is quite tart), and mace lo the orange s> nip. Cook until peaches are "clear" and syrup about as thick as warm honey. Pour preserves into shallow class or enamelware pan. Cover and let stand in cool place 1'2 to 24 hours. Reheat until peaches are boiling hot. Quickly pour into hot pint fruit jars. Put lid on jar; screw hand li^ht. !Solr: 'I'li;' prrscr* r* may be r.iisnod as soon as cooked but quality is better if' fruil is given time to plump before canning. 2189 C Ib DELICIOUS CHUCK Ib TRAY-PACKED SLICED Ib COUNTRY STYLE POUND BAG SKINLESS emers 69 POUND BOX Bacon 109 1 EXTRA NICE 31 00 BORDEN'S DELICIOUS LOW CALORIE 39 QUART SIZE JAR nnaise 39 POUND CAN PURE VEGETABLE 8 POUND PAIL 1 19 25 POUND SACK GUARANTEED 1 49 GALLON JUG Jugs 1 00 SWEET CORN 00 10 Lb. Potatoes Sack Golden Bananas 9 Ib Juicy Lemons 25 dl

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