Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 21, 1961 · Page 3
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July 21, H0 f I If A • , HOP!, A * R A N I A I IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Monday, July 24 The Night Circle of VV. M. S. of First Baptist Church will meet Monday night. July 24. at 7:30 in the Fellowship Hall Service program and man Circle will be in charge. All members arc urged to attend. :M. at 7:30 n *•"»"••-•""••" "I'l'-wcu-uius mm- , for the Roval riogc of thcir dau shlcr, Fayc, of '! y ., n " , c An Woller P^ru, Indiana, to A/2c Donald ha ^ ca ' ..._'. Wayne Kunze of Peru. Tmlinnn .°? c of Saenger THEATRE TONIGHT - SATURDAY TWO BIG HITS OF — ACTION AND SUSPENSE Gambler Wor e A Gun j and Cliff Robertson in 'Underworld USA 1 Late Show Sot. 10:30 'Operation Eichmann" Sunday - Monday - Tues. 2o., !nou> White and the Three Stooges A World of Beauty and Rollicking Fun for Everyone! rDIXIE So. of Hope Hi-School Come Early — Enjoy Our Snack Bar— See That Funny Man JERRY LEWIS as the "BELLBOY" — Plus — A Real Big Treat for the Family 'The Boy ond the Laughing Dog" SUNDAY - MONDAY "Torn from Today's Headlines — "OPERATION EICHMANN" Highly Exploitable Melodrama Miss Faye Willis to Wed Donald Wayne Kunie Mr Hope, and Mrs. Carroll Willis of Arkansas, announce the engagement and approaching mar- , I'lnrtn r\f (Imil* rlritlrflifn.. XT'...... _C'^ This Fellow Has a Real Funny Dream By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - 1 dreamed (he other night that my wife remarried — this time to an ele- p'hnnt. It's not too. hard to figure out an ordinary husband would dream like this. Wayne Kunze of Peru, Indiana" , U "? ° f "^ rnosl vcxinR lhings son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kunzoi? ! .™fl. wives lo most bus- of Waco Texas ! bancls Is tllc "' inordinate memory. ' No machine, fed endless infor- of Waco. Texas. The briclc-clccl is a 195!) grad- ualc of Hope High and Ihe groom- to-be is a 195R graduate of University High. Waco, Texas. The wedding will be Monday night, July 24 at 7 o'clock in the home of the bride-elccls parents. mation on tape, can match the total recall born in wives. The many incidents of ordinary living t'hat don't register at ail in a husband's mind—and others that he wisely chooses to regret and forget—stay in a wife's mind at her immortal beck and call. A wife cannot simply foi'gel to remember. Well, anyway, I had this odd orccl with a bridal luncheon by!dream the other, night 1 had Suzanne Sommerville and Caryl j passed on to I he remembrance Joy Case on Saturday, July 15i 0 f a grateful posterity My wife at 11:30 at the Barlow Hotel. A! after counting I'hc insurance and gift of the bride's chosen china a suitable pei'iod of quid jubila- Miss Judy Kaye Wright Honored With Bridal Luncheon Miss Judy Kay Wright was hon- wa.s presented by the hostesses. Attending the luncheon were Mrs. George Wright. Mrs. Francis Sue Sommerville. Mrs. Joy Case. Cecilia Cox, Sherry Hankins, Georganne Lowe, Sue Ann Smith, Nancy Reese, and Carolyn Yarbrough. The wedding colors of green and white in the table flower arrangements of bells of Ireland daisies and hydrangeas. Identical arrangements graced the table. Miss Faye Willis, Bride-Elect, Honored lion, married an elephant. Many of her friends thought, this was rather an unusual choice as the elephant wasnT. as elephants go, an outstanding character. But those who best knew Frances, my wife, realized the reason—the elephant to her bore a s j entimcr.-lal resemblance to her first husband. And he had an added virtue: He didn't drink; martinis. "The best headsland you did. Jumbo," said Frances, pausing in her knitting, "was before those Hirta —Porter's Studio, Monticello Mrs. Jiinm y Chambless 10,(i7!J fans in Omaha on On Thursday night, July 20 all A u« lls l '-• It was such a hot' 11 " 1 ' 1 " 1 7:30 Miss Fayc Willis, bride-elect night. You were simply magnifi-i-'"''Is <>f Seven-branched candelabra of a/2c Don Kuiize, of Pern, Indiana, was honored with a bridal shower in the home of Mrs. Billy Mitchell. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Jean Cook, Mrs. Dale Tonncmaker and Miss Valdene Tonncmaker. Yellow carnations and stock were used on the table, overlaid with a white lace cloth, and each of the hostesses wore a yellow carnation corsage. The bonoree wore a beige dress and a while carnation corsage was pinned at her shoulder. The many gifts were opened and displayed.' The yellow and white color scheme was used in the refreshments of punch, cake squares nuts and mints to the 24 present. Mrs. Lloyd Leverett Hostess to Tuesday Night 1 Bridge Club At the Tuesday Njgiu Bridge] Club which met with Mrs. Floyd' : Levered, on July KJ summer flowers were seen throughout the home. The two tables of players' included one club guest, Mrs. Lloyd LcverclL Mrs. Wayne Russell was higli scorer for the evening, and Mrs. Lloyd Guerin won the second high prize and one for bingo.During the refreshment hour a salad plate and coffee were served. cent. And 1 was so proud of you." Reaching boredly out for anoth- provide the setting when Miss wrong, kid. The best Martha Stuekcy and Jimmy or peanut,, Jumbo replied: "You have it all headstand 1 did was in Kansas , City on August 1 before J2.435 white j people. dining! "Incidentally, we played in Omaha on August 13—not August 12—before a lousy crowd of 3,!!li), my foot slipped and I fell on my back, and it rained that day and the highest temperature was Ii7 degrees. white tapers, and stand- white gladioli with while s'atin- bows and streamers flanked a white satin prayer bench Chambless exchanged their wed- you get anything less of Hope. Hcv. Franklin Shepard, pastor of the Pauline Baptist Church, officiated at the double ring ccre- :niony at -I o'clock. i Nuptial music was presented by ; Miss Marilyn Culp of Warren,org- aivisl, and Mrs. A. 13. Crawlcy of 1 Monlicello. soloist. I Candles were lighted by Miss Mackye Long, cousin of the bride. 'of Pine Bluff, and Miss Sue King, cousin of Ihe groom, of I lope.They Inventor Left Very Little LOS ANGKLES (API—Dr. Lee de Forest, whose invention of the three-clement vacuum t u b c helped spawn the vast electronics industry, left only $1.250 in cnsh. Dr. De Forest's will was filed for probate Wednesday by his fourth wife, former actress Marie Mosquini. The famed inventor died June 30 at 1)7, Mrs. De Forest's attorney said her husband held patents which could yield further income, but they are not doing KO now. The will, signed in I DM, left all properly to Mrs. De Forest except for bequests of $1 each to three daughters. DOROTHY BIX In-Lciws Dubbecl Her "Pennvless" ding vows at First Baptist Church of Monticello on Sunday, July lii. Jade greenery and branched candelabra holding burning white tapers formed the altar background. Pe\\s were marked with white satin ribbon* and white lulle.; were dressed'in blue (silk organza i inents Miss Sluckey is the daughter ol" over cotton satin- and wore wrist-j Fur "Can't straight" "Sorry, dear, said Frances. So it went, night after night, Elephants in winter quarters like to recall the previous season. Bui every time Frances tactfully al- tempeted to bolster Jumbo's ego :(Jan ' 1 y 1 straight? and Mrs. Herman J. Stuckey: Ids of blue Fuji mums with silver Liz Undergoes Plastic Surgery ^ HOLLYWOOD (APi-Klizahelh Taylor is reported in good condition after plastic surgery I" remove a one-ineh-long scar on her Ihroat. The operation was performed Wednesday and a spokesman said Ihe actress is expected to leave Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in aboul four days. The scar was a souvenir of Miss Taylor's near-fatal boul with pneumonia in London earlier this year. Surgeons performed a tracheotomy to case her breathing. from a star-shaped coronet of sal in and silk organza. Her bridal bouquet of lilies of Ihe valley and slephanotis surrounding a goldcn-throaled orchid lied .'with a cascade of white satin streamers in love knots with stephan- oli.f, lopped a white prayer book. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, a gift of Ihe groom. Miss Freddie Sluckey, sister of the bride and maid of honor, and Miss Judy McKcnncy and Miss Hilda Hancock, bridesmaids 1 , wore identical street-lenglh frocks of blue silk organza over cotton satin-, wil'h headdresses of blue veiling with seed pearls. They carried blue sal in-covered bride's rings with matching satin bows Fuji mums, liny pearl orna- aiul silver lulle poufe. her daughter's weduing By HELEN WOROEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: You give good advice to so many I find myself turning lo you now. My husband's parents prcckcd our marriage because 1 didn't bring him the wealth Ihey expected. Never, in all our If) years of married life, have Ihey called me by my real first name. Instead I'iicy address me as Penny less! At my insis- lance we moved inlo a tiny home of our own jusl before our first baby was born, We now have four children. When they were small! my husband and 1 lived like two ! strangers. The neighbors started | talking. For Ihe children's .sake |j moved lo a dilTercn Mown. He! stayed behind. The children and I had just six dollars to our mimes. I .1 I ok in sewing (being a good , .seam.slress). My husband ticcu- j sionaliy sends us a bit of change I but whal's lhal wilh lour young I ones to supporl? The Welfare hud '. SKins jj.s lid I >'eali u, uiV .1 ie,: ; '» U\ S 1 : .us- ,, j... , , | would kill myself. Help me, if you ' can. —Despairing Wile, Alia, Can- ' ada. Dear Despairing Wife: Apparently you are concerned lesl your husband disconl Junes whatever money he is now sending. If this should happen you need only' go to the Family Court in Kii- j monton. While the fund inn of a' Family Court is to try ; ,nd patch j up broken marriages, il has lull court powers. Among other local agencies lo which you might turn are TJic Family Service Bureau and Ihe Canadian Mental Health Association, bolli located in The Tower Building. Kdmonlon. Suicide is no solution. Certainly, your life has been hard but — trouble comes to us all in one form or another. And there are always compensations— in your case, liiei children. Head my leaflet, "Worn- j en At Work" which goes lo you of Monticello. The are Mr. and Mrs. grooms parents; poufs Heese Chamb- M;,. and pearl ornaments. Lynn liobinsoir, flower with would say: that way—it bridge was played at two tables. High scorer was Mr. Ralph Emerson, and Mrs. Monty Month* was second high. The prize follow score went to Mrs. Robert Bell. The ladies had their dessert at the completion of their game. Local Bridge Club Has Potluck Supper A local bridge club had a potluck supper in the home of Mrs. Billy Wray on Tuesday evening, July US. Marigolds were seen in ( pretty arrangements in the I home. Following the picnic supper LIMITED QUANTITIES LEFT Summer Dresses Summer Skirts Sportswear Summer Blouses Swim Suits REDUCED A FEW DRESSES, SKIRTS AND BLOUSES } /2 Price BROS. ON ELM STREET Hope Jaycee and Jaycette* Family Picnic Held On Tuesday nrgiil, July ]«, the Hope Jayeecs and Jayceettes held their annual family picnic at Fair Park. There were M couples and their children present for Ibis occasion which everyone enjoyed. '47 Friendship Club Meets On Wednesday, July t!), the '47 Friendship Club met with Mrs. Bonnie Duckworth. The hosless had Ihe .scripture- reading, wliidi was followed by repealing the Lord's Prayer in unison. Mrs. D, E. Faris won the surprise package. When- bingo was played prizes were won by liltfollowing: MIT. C. G. Tittle, Mrs. Y. C. Colcman, Mrs. H. P. Hogue, Jr., Mrs. Hachard Hogue, Jr., ar.-cl Mrs. Faris. A dessert plate and punch were served for refreshments. remembrance he "II didn't happen happened this way. u ever get anything Whal's the mailer with your mind?" Finally, one evening, Fi'an-ees broke inlo leurs and saiel: "Liv- wit'h a husband wilh a perfect memory is jusl loo much for a woman. 1 wish 1 had my lir.sl husband back." "Well, kid," sneered Jumbo, with an- air of mock sympathy as he reached out with his trunk and patted hei' G.II the shoulder, "it's a liltle bit lale lo be Ihinking of lhal, isn't il?" Highl about thun my dream ended. Blinking [n the morning sunlight, and looked 1 awoke across at my wife. "You got home rather lale last night," said Frances. "Just where wore you" "I forget," I mumbled, "You forget awfully easily," ;he said. "Sometimes: I wish I had married an elcphanl. They icver forget," ;girl, also wore blue silk organza lover cotton satin, ar.-d a head; piece of blue velvet cauglil on j either side with sleplumolis and -silver lulle poufs : Ushers were Dwighl. SMton of , Crossell, Marvin Herman of I Stamps, Artie Harris of MoiiU- cello and Charlie Harris of Crosscut.. Mr. Chambless' sei'ved his son us best man-. Miss Sluckey, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of silk organza over lafetta, The skirl, enhanced wil'h a lace drape which fell from Hit- back waist, to form a bustle-effect swept, inlo a full train. Re-embroidered lace appliques were scattered over the skirl. The fit- led bodice of lace featured a scoop ne.cklir.e outlined with lace medallions and seed pearls, and the- long sleeves ended in petal loinls' over Hit- hands. Her veil f silk illusion, over which appliq- cs of lace were scattered, fell Births Mr. and Mrs. Dwighl Adeoek of Kansas City 3i!, Missouri, are parents of a (j pound J4',i ounce boy burn at (i a. m. Monday morning, July ID at .Independence Hospital. He has been named Danny Blake. Pulernal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Atlcock of Palmos, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bolding of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, announce Ihe arrival of a son born on July 20. He weighed II Ibs. and \\ ms. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Huberts of Hope, and paternal grandparenls are Mr. and Mrs. \V. 11. Bolding of HuUig, Ark. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Cary Carllon of Albuquerque, N. M.. is the house gut-si of Mr. and Mrs. J. C! Carllon. Mrs. C. A. Yor.-tz of Dallas is visiting in Ihe home of Mr. am Mrs. J. C. Carllon. Mrs. Doyle Daniel of Hot Springs , past stale president of I hi' American Legion Auxiliary was the gueM on Wednesday of Mrs. K. K, Fcrmhy, the currenl executive officer. Mr. and Mrs. J. I), llammon.' and family returned lo Ihcii home in Huntsville. Ala.. Wed ivesdav alter attending the funera services lur l'"uy II. Hammon* ui Tuesday. Always in step with the host things in life—always in tune wilh fun and wholesome enjoymcn! — always th? first choice of tr.i'C v/h.i pilfer ti-.a Very finest, Panclnirn':, inimilir.io RAGTIME Chocolate-', ha-, led the field for almost a hall century. Rogtlmo 'Ruff-Dip' Chocolates The engine] -Jfufl D [>' Chccomtfi—• lira introduced hy F 0 ncfc:,f 'ns, today, /mp.'rcr remai ixj/ assortm I9!.< t! Url. 'ofej. Made with Milk and Honey DL Ward & Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Qualify 124 E. Second Sr. Mrs. Sluckey wore a frock of dus- l.v rose lace with bei^e aeeesor- les and a corsage of beige cym- bicliuni orchids with browi; throats and brown ribbon. Mrs. Chambless. molher of the «room, wore a blue uyulel dress wilh maldiinu accessories aim a corsfifie of nj n | t cynibidium orchids wilh deep pink throats' and lied wilh mulching ribbon Mrs. Fredcan LOUR of J'ine Bluff had charge of the bride's book which was placed on a table at the church entrance. Centering I'he while satin-covered lable was a while memory candle trimmed wilh lilies of the valley. For travel, Ihe bride chose a bcisr. linen dress with malchinji jackel aivd beige aece.ssoriu.s-. She pinned the orchid from her bridal bouquet at her shoulder. Upon I'lieir return from a wedding Irip lo Hot Springs and the iiorlhe.rn- purl of the state, the couple will make their home at College Heights where both will attend Arkansas A. & M, College in the fall. Blames State for Over Ambition LITTLE ROCK (AIM _ A slate legislator loday blamed ovcrnm- bilion at Arkansas Stole for ae- credilalion woes the Jonesboro school says it will ask the state legislalure to help cure, Columbia County Hep. Harry n. Cnlay of Magnolia contended that Arkansas Stale has "tried to spread out lo fast in nil effort lo gel university status riithcr Iliii" trying to use what it, iiatl I" the best advantage fbr Its Sludcnls," His remarks were prompted by college slalemenls that it would ask a special legislative session In provide $l,2, r .0,r><;r> for construe- lion of a library needed to prc- venl possible loss of accreditation. I 1 !'. Carl R. Reng, etc., 2nd «raf IrM Sun Came Out, She Stripped loday. II contains further su lions for earning home. money in the Dear Helen: Is il proper lor a girl lo ask a boy lo lake, her lo a Itecord Hop, if il is required lhal she bring an escort? The boys we eonlemplule inviting are good friends. —Two I! iris. Dear Cirls: Who is giving Ihe Record Hop? If a private parly, Ihe hostess should invite Ihe buys for you. If ii public dunce, the boys should lake you. Send a slumped, sell-addressed envelope for my leaflel. Manners and Young People. .Dear Helen: I'm Ihe quid, .shy type when talking with people, especially boys. Thin worries me because il is my ambition lo enter the legal profession when I grow up. lieing an allorney requires an ability to meet the public. Do you think I will ever (it- lain my goal'. 1 I like legal work and I reali/e (lie struggle such an iimbition involves. -—M.T. Dear M.T.: The a n s w e r lo whether or nut you ever reach your goal in life lies williin yourself. If you take Ihe aggressive electric and geometric Shock colors grounded by • black weave .. .electric blue, flash pink, copper. Free pleating arranged to take full advantage of the geometric weave. This fabric excitement spun up out of 50% cotton, 43% rayon, 7 % acetate. Buttons do secret service behind flyfront. Convertible collar. Sizes 10 to 20. 14.95 LONDON (AlM-rhc . sl ,n' came ""I in St. ,)amr.'s Park anil wall- i'«'ss Irene New[on stripped' off her jeans ar.-d two sweaters and -siailed sunbathing in a make- shill bikini. The bikini top was her bra, the bottom was a small yellow silk >ea;rf. (jhatshe wrapped' around her. Park keeper Jamc's Curtis told a court Wednesday Irene got up and .started dancing, 'her yellow •scarf flapping in the breeze. lie I old her to gel. dressed. Instead, sin: ran off. Ire'ne, 1)7, was fined two pounds ($5.00) for behaving in a mannci* likely to offend public decency. and go a Her il with all your head, soul and body, you'll gel there, Learn lo create your own opportunities by creative thinking. Decide now which branch of the law you wish lo study. Ask your fa- Iher lo arrange for one of his lawyer friends lo discuss Ihe pros and eons of this field with you. Make a list of Ihe best law firms specializing in Ibis particular branch. Wrile a member of each firm explaining what you wish to do and asking for advise. In your enthusiasm lo learn aboul. your chosen profession you'll soon disc-over you've forgotten to be shy! Send a .stamped, self-addressed envelope for my leaflet "Making Conversation." Send you problems to Helen Wordon lOrskino. Be sure to enclose a slamped, self-addressed envelope and address her care'of this newspaper. Helpful leoflets available. ? Dorothy Dix is a r c gi$tered trademark. Released by T"c Bel| Syndicate Feature Dark Cottons for Now and Later high-low intensity print A look-twice- Muk! Hlucs shading into hl.uk on olive drub—puny inio M,ii_k on blue —biitssy greens inlo ht.ick on codec. Klfcit of this colnr- pbasing is iiitrij-Miinj-:,.. the illusion is ill.11 die.- colors cbiinge in niolinn. M.iny Luc'.-, deep-well poikul .-Jn'rnlruv, in drip iliy uiiton prim. Sixci 10 lo 20. 12.95

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