Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 24, 1961 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, July 24, 1961
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July 24, 1961 HOM IfAt, MOM, A i R A N I A I IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Monday, July 24 ice cream were served to 40 including two from Magnolia, Mrs. Ernest Cox and Mrs. Bobby \Vil- The Night Circle of W. M. S. of|son. First Baptist Church will meet Monday night, July 24, at 7:30 in the Fellowship I kill for the Royal Service program and Ann Wollerman Circle will be in charge. All members arc urged to attend. Tuesday, July 25 Miss Lancllc Fuller 1 Entertains House 1 Guests Miss Lanellc Fuller entertained her house guests. Miss Tricia Munn and Ann \Vrisltn-, both of Midland. Texas, with a morning party July 20 in the Fuller home. Dahlias, mangolds, and other scasoival flowers decorated (he her chosen pattern presented by the hostessed. Clever games were direclc'd by Miss Bobbie Garrctt. During the refreshment hour punch and cake were served to about 25 guests. Who Jell B. Graves Sunday School Class of (he First Melhodisl, Church will have a politick supper • home. in the home of Mrs. Bill Mudgettj Besides the honorccs another on Tuesday, July 2f>, al 7:00-with j out-of-town gin.-st was Miss Susie Mrs. Hugh Gilbert. Mrs. II. E. j Van Doran of Memt-icello. Dcnson, and Mrs. Blair Shuford as co-hostesses. Wednesday, July 26 The Hope Junior Auxiliary willi n§..-l Wednesday, July 21) in ihev Community Room of the First, National Bank at 10:0(1 a. m. The | Executive Committee will meet at U:00. j Mrs. Jerry Gar'reit Hororrd With Gii- Tea Ms. Jerrv Cam It. nee Sara Mack Cox. \vas honored with a gift tea on Thursday. July 2(1. in thfc home til' Mrs. B. I,. Retlig. CV-fio;tc;,scs were Mrs. Kettig, Mrs. Charles Cox. Mrs. Jimmy Branch, Mrs. Dewey Camp. Miss' Kay Camp. Mrs. George Wright. Mrs. Tom Middlebrooks. and Miss Rosa llarrie. Daisies gracerl Ihe home. The honoree, wearing a white frock, was presented a cordage of flcinj d'amour. She also received many pretty and usil'ul gifts from her mJjiy friends. In the dining room the y'trving table, overlaid with a white 1 win- en cloth, war cer.'terca 1 with an cpergno filled with Shasta lilies. Pink and green cake squares and an Doran of i\lonticello. After pleasant conversation- the 15 guests were served tasty snacks and cold drinks. Ramsey- Auxiliary Cargilo Mccis VFW DIXIE AT THE TONIGHT . . . 7:15 "OPERATION EICHMANN" TUES. - WED. - THURS. You'll never see a movie with more carefree fun and happy living! A CLARK GABLE * SOPHIA LOREN in "IT STARTED , IN NAPLES" Cartoon Thursday night, July 20, Ihe Ramsey- Cargilc. VFW Auxiliary met at the VFW hut. The pi-evident. Mrs. Lena Massingill. pre- s'idi-.d over Ihc business meeting. Mrs 1 . Marie Baker was appointed community service chairman. The auxiliary preside nt. Mrs. Massingill, and the treasurer, Mrs. Jetty Lloyd, received citations from the VFW Department of Arkansas for membership achievement. Mrs. Doris Walclen reported on the departmtnt convention that she attended recently. The Ram- scy-Cargilc VFW Post and Auxiliary received a citation from the 1 VFW Department of Arkansas for selling all the poppies they had been seivl for the last Poppy Sale. Plans were formed to make bandages this week. Also. ;i picnic was planned for the po.'.l and auxiliary to be held August 17 at (l:o() p. m. in Fair Park. The sin-prise package was won by Mrs. Ruth Fenwiek. | The chaplaiiv, Mir. Delia Fenwick, closed the meeting with prayer. Cold drinks and cookies' were served by the hostess, Mrs. Ruth Fenwiek. Bridal Shower Given Honoring Mrs.' Jt'rry 1 Garrctt A recent bride. Mi's. Jerry Garroll, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower oiv We,lues- day, July I!), by Mrs. Ro> Foster, Mrs. George Garrett, Mrs. Jim my Arnold, Miss Sharon House, and Miss Bobbie Rea Garrell.The parly was held in Ihe Foster home, which was decorated with beautiful flowers of various kinds. The honore-e pinned a corsage, lo the shoulder of a white cye- j let frock. She received many nice I Kilts, including a gift of china in Out-of-Town Friends at Hammons Funeral Out-of-town friends attending the funeral of Foy H. Mammons last week included: Mrs. Helen J. Spivcy and son, J. W. of Hamburg; Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Baber. 1!. T. Baber, Jr., Nick Carter. Lewis Crow, Dwighl Crawford, and Bill McMillan, all of Arkadelphia: Coach Ivan Grove and Coach Raymond Bright, both of Conway: Willard Hughes. Coach and Mrs. Allen Dunaway, Albert Alexander, and the Rev. and Mrs. Robert A. Kegnier. all of Pine Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ramsey and Mr. Mid Mrs. Sim Ellis of Nashville; R. C. Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Milford of Nashville: R. J. Welsh, Coach Bo Rowland, Gib Barnes, Jake Armhurst, Mrs. Jackie Thweall, Mrs. R. B. Bryant, Mrs. Nellie Ilutsem, John Bullock, Coach Earl W. Quigley, and W. C. Alsopp. all of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Bert llarb of North Little Hock; Lamar Williamson. James Jackson, Charles Jackson, and Mrs. Agnes J. Linde, all of Monticello; Mrs. James McCoullough of Kilgore, Tex.; and Miss Beryl Henry of Benton. County Agents Name Officers LITTLE ROCK (AP> -John 11. Ferguson of Randolph County is the new president of the Arkansas County Agents Association. He was elected Saturday as Ihe group ended its annual two-day convention. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bucchlcy of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buechley of Carlisle spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shiver. Miss Dora Ann King and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Thomas and family returned home Thursday from Gloriela, N. M., and a special music week for the Southern Baptist Convention. Easy suit in bold monotone nubby wool (left) is from the fall collection of Harry Frcchtcl. 11 has standaway collar and seaming on the jacket. Pumpkin colored suit of nubby wool by Bruncll (right) has semi-lilted jacket. Ovcrblousc in brocade is cut with short sleeves. DOROTHY Relatives Again! The Frank King family is having a vacation in Kansas City this Mrs. L. M. Lile hal as guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Singleton and daughter, Capt. and Mrs. Henry Lile and son, all of San Antonio. Tex., and Miss Alice Lile of Texarkana. Veldn Says: People love something special — and this is a special week of family fun and entertainment! The Johnny Brannan family of Dallas, Tex., have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Brannan. Miss Gloria Gray and young Master Jim Gray, both of Longview, Tex., .-ire visiting Iheir grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McPhcrson, and other relatives. Miss Virginia Ann Hays of Pres- cotl and Misses Mary Eppler and Carolyn Strong of Hope attended the Chi Omega festivities in Little Rock this past weekend. Get Ready for a BIG Week of Entertainment Saenger THEATRE Mntinces Every Day Show Opens 6:45 Nitcly. TONIGHT TOMORROW Beauty and Laughter in . Snow White t Three 5too(jes WEDNESDAY HILARIOUS COMEDY — THURSDAY — FRIDAY ALL NEW ACTION! IEBB PIERCE * MOM (HUH From the "Grand Old Opry" COMING SAT. WALT DISNEY'S "PARENT TRAP' Mrs. Calvin C. Frey of Johnson City. Teiin., visited Friday and Saturday with the Sam Strongs Mrs. James II. Miller of Little Rock, formerly of Hope, was recently elected president of the Point o 1 Woods Garden Club the capital city. By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: Have you ever noticed that funerals bring out the worst in people, particularly relatives'.' One of my two sisters died last week. Prior to the funeral, the family all stayed at the home of my other sister. She had her married daughter set places at table for everybody but me. 1 fell so let down that 1 cried to my brother the night before the services. After hearing what she'd done, he refused to sit at table, choosir.'g instead to stand by the kitchen sink and drink coffee with me. When my husband died three years ago. this same sister was included at a table in my bouse. 1 ale on the card table with my daughter. After graveside services, my sister remarked, when passing our family plot that the flower vase I put on father's grave must be tin. I admit lo be ing very sensitive, bul folks say my heart is gold. Am 1 wrong in thinking this sister very unkind? -C. Dear C.: People who deliberately hurl others, burl themselves more. Obviously, your sister's un- kindncss oidn'l pass unnoticed by your brother. Tin impulse ID wound others indicates a guilty conscience. Your sister probably treated the deceased as badly as | s'he was treating you; hence her actions al the two funerals. Try lo lake her in your stride. You'll find one like her in almos family. Soviet Ship Near Area of Landing By BEM PRICE which the instrument data recorded by radio will be examined and Grissom will return for additional sessions with the scientists. Grissom was the second American tei enter the fringes of space. 'I'he first astronaut, was Navy Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard Jr., who made the 1 flight em May , r i. I For Grissom the big adventure began with Ihe roar 'eif the 711,- OtlO-pomul thrust lieelsloile rocket al 7:20 a.m. It ended Hi minutes laleT in Ihc Atlantic Ocean alter Grissom reached an altitude of I til -miles anel had flown like a CAPE CANAVEliAL Fla. (AIM —A Se>\ ie'l Irawler equipped with, radar reportedly cruised within l " lll( ' 1 :ill;i llllk ' s (knv " '"'"^ fr " m 2H miles eif Ihe spot where astronaut capsule Ocean. Thai Virgil I. 'Grissom's space landed in the Atlantic end in Mr. and Mrs. Webb Lasetcr returned home this weekend visited in Peculiar, Mo. with Jr. She Mr. was the gisl of reports j from a National Aeronautics and | Space Administration official and another source Sunday. There was no indication steps were being planned to prevent this happening durinj; another siiborbital flight. Soviet trawlers have been seen many limes off Ihe failed Stales coast in recent months. I.I. Col. John A. Powers, personal spokesman for the astronauts. reported recovery forces saw Ihe trawler in the general area of Ihe impact /one Friday. James E. Webb, NASA administrator, was asked about the reports that Soviel. trawlers had been sighted din-inn a TV-radio interview in Washington. "Well, of course 1 I do not know here. At Ihe tragedy. The side hatch on the space capsule, Liberly Bell 7, secured by 70 explosive bolls, blew olTjgelh prematurely. The capsule suhse- j lime quenlly sank in Hi.lKIO feel of wa- slay alloal." ter. A verbatim transcript of (iris- som's news conference Saturday indicated that he 1 was imu'h clo> er lei drowning that has been gen- I erally reali/ed. After landing, Grissom reporleel "1 unstrapped myself and elise'on- necteel everything except my eine suit inle 1 ! hose whie'h pro\ ieleMl me with coling. I disconnected the helmet and rolleel up the neck dam (a rubber e-ollar lo keep eiul water* set that if anything occurred, I would al least float. That was the 1 best thing 1 diel all day." While the rescue hclicoplcr w;); ; beaded toward him. Grissum said, igress decided lo go aheael and ge 1 ! \ tended liltle 1 head start on him. I look off the cover on Ihe elelonaleir that blows the 1 explosive hatch anel leissed it al my feel. Then pulled Ihe 1 safely pin that holds the 1 detonator eml. You have 1 lo pull il before 1 you can fire 1 it." Grissom said he 1 was lying on his couch just wailing for weird to blow the. hale'h. when the 1 bolls cxplodeel prematurely. "The only two moves 1 remember making we're 1 tossing my helmet off and grabbing the instrument panel. I went inlei the water." The astronaut said he 1 saw I hal Ihe helicopter had nol hookeel on lei the 1 capsule anil he 1 swam over lo he 1 !]! attach the revovery line, i The rotor wash blew him away. I Meanwhile, Ihrei! Marine 1 hclii'op- leM's jockeyed eiverheael to reach both Grissom and Ihe 1 capsule. Grissum said a second helieop- ler pul down a lift sling to pie'k him up. "1 tried lo gel over lo him bnl I was having difficulty gelling through his rulur wash and also 1 had neglccleel lei close a purl down eir, my suit, where Ihc inlet heisc comes in, anel was gelling water in my suit. I was lower and lower all Ihe anil il was quili- harel lo Virginia School Cose Being Heard RICHMOND, Va. (API — An attorney for Ihc Prince Edward County Board of Supervisors sought today lo block questioning of four members concerning Iheir official duties. The attorney, .1. Scgar Grnvntt, objected lo quest inning of William W. Vaughan, hoard clmirmntto wlio was Ihe first witness called by Negro alorncys in Iheir lest, of the legality in closing Prince Edward County schools. Schools in Prince Edward have been closed two years in an in- legraiton dispute. The supervisors declined to appropriate funds for Iheir maintenance and operation. (iravall contended Ihc supervisors had legislative immunity from questioning about their official acts, lie said the same immunity granted members of Conand stale legislatures cx- also lo supervisors. Has Plan to Clean Up Counties LITTLF, ROCK (AP) — Slate Sen. Fred Stafford of Marked •ee says county government, reform can be effected by placing the county audit division under Ihc Legislative Audit Commitec. lie said county audits could be brought up for discussion "and put out in the open." He said the people don't know what is going on in county government now because Ihe present audit system is insufficient. Gov. Orval K. Fauhus said be did not think the plan would be constitutional. Poultry News Has New Editor LITTLK ROCK (API —Davis Ramsey, editor of the weekly Jackson County Democrat al Newport. has been named editor of Ihe Arkansas Poultry News, the official organ of the slate's poultry industry. Ramsey also was editor of Ihe weekly Jacksonville Rill- lei in anil is a former news editor of the Newport Daily Independent. exactly what ships were there or every i what Ihey were there for. Bui. I |would guess Ihey were there to -—— ! learn as much as they could of Memo to Troubled Grandmother it hi; whole process," Webb replied, of San Jose, California: Your j A NASA spokesman said (iris- problem resolves itself into svhal soni, :!f>, his wife, Belly, am' SHOP MOORE BROS. TUESDAY - WED, - THURS. FRESH DRESSFD FRYERS GOV. INSP. GARDEN >RESH WHITE Butterbeans P. HULL PEAS Fresh TOMATOES and Mrs. Hairy Slubblefield while he was studying at the Midwest Management. Institute at the University of Kansas last week. Hospital Notes Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Frank O'Rotir- k^. Hope; Mr.D. B.Kusscll.Hope; Mr. \V. T. Yarbe.rry, Preseotl; I-- I>- Kobbins,Hope;Joseph Barnes, Si'., Eric, Pa. ; Jowphine and Joseph Barnes, Jr., Eric, Pa.; (ice-rgic Davis, Hope; Mrs. Lon- r/ie lioss, Mineral Springs; Mr. Newton Kosenbaum, Fulton; Mrs. Oliver Kidei', Palmos; Mr. II. L. Buffiiiglon, Patmos; Kicky Aaron, Palmos: Mrs. W. F. Burke.Hope; Mr. Luel Willis, Hope; Mrs. Lex Helms, llo-pe: Mrs. Meivin Kceld, Hope; Mr. Hubert Turner, Hope; Mr.<-'. Hubert Adams. Hope: John Ellis, Hope; Ollie Mae Cooper, Fulton. Discharged: Mr. Kufus Fincher, Hosslen: Mrs'. Frank O'Hourke, Hope; Leo Martin, Hope; Gcor- gie Lee Davis and baby boy of Hope; Emma McLa.ine and baby girl, Hope; James and Georgie Davis ami-ounce Ihe arrival of a baby bey born on July 20. Branch Admitted: Mrs. Olivie Wells, Lafayette, La.:Mrs. Claud Ilinton, Hope: Mrs. Dannie Munis, Hope; Mrs. K. E. Smiley. Hope; Mrs. Clyde East, Hope; Mr. Creightem McDowell, Hope; Henry Oiler, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. K. G. Me Hae. Hope; Mrs. Edmund Munsey. Hope 1 ; Mrs. Joann Tal'tcller. Hope; Mrs. Tommy Junes.Shreve- Mrs. Kate Gosnell, Hope; Marviiv Anderson, Tcxar- Mr. and Mrs. Dannie announce the arrival uf a ;irl born on Jul> 2;J. is best for your two grandchildren. Their welfare should come 1 first with your son. If their step- 'mother hates them, they would be better off with you, especially since she ill-treats the little girl. You are the only mother that :i()-year-old grandson has ever known. Don't break his heart by sending him to the ill-tempered stepmother. Your sun is legally responsible for their upkeep. II his current, wife won't let him pay. lake the matter to court and, above all, keep on loving those children. They need all the love you can give them. Iheir two sons Scott II, and Mark 7 were expeclcd to fly lo Iheir home in Newport News Va., Tuesday night or Wednesday morning for a week's vacation. The Air Force captain has been und'.Tgoiiig exhaustive questioning by scientists, doctors and psychologists about his ;i,2110-mile ride into space Friday. SAVE TWICE AT CHILDS... LOW PRICES PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS G-E Light Bulbs 4 53, 7O< Save Up M ^W to 47c Ji JT 60-75& 100 Wall- Get 25 S&H Green Stamps Free with Purchase of 4 Bulbs. There will now be a in Ib GOLDEN SWEET FRESH arid TENDER Dear Helen: I'm unhappy because my stead, a very good boy, hangs around with boys who've got a bad reputation. He has promised me again and again lo slay away from Ibis gang, bul still he sees them. What should 1 do'.' lie's the nicest boy I've ever known. —Worried Dear Worried: If you were older and mure experienced, 1 would say keep on trying. But al M. you've not yet developed the moral strength lo cope with a hoy who lacks Ihc will lo slier clear of trouble. When a girl that i. k as young as you. there is real danger of her sinking to the box's level, if only to win his approval. For your own good drop this buy Send your problems lo I Idea \Vordcn Erskine. Be sure 1 to enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address her care uf this newspaper. Ilelplnl leafle'.s available. Write for "Are You Sensitive'.'" port; Mrs. kana; Monts bub> ; /Dorothy Dix is a registered trademark. A BcM Syndicate Feature Since I'MO, prices of most cotnniodiiics and services have more than doubled. Hut...in terms of what a dollar buys today . . . medical earc hasdroppal 15%. that's because medical discoveries have shortened hospital stays and cut weeks oil'convalescence. Ward & Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Quality 124 E. Second St. KWIK KRISP FANCY SUGAR CURED g*i* • n Sliced Bacon 1 LI.. Pkg. 49 KRAFT AMERICAN or PIMENTO Sliced Cheese •* 33 KROGER Crackers 1 Ub. Box Only 1000 Expected at 4-H Meet FAYF.TTEVILLE Ark. (AIM _ Mure than 1.1)1)0 youths and adult leaders are expected to attend Ihe i'.lllh annual Arkansas 4-H Club Week activities on the University ul Ai k,UK-.in campus Tuesday through Friday. We lake this method of thanking our many friends lor the many acts of love and kindness to us in our time of deep sorrow. "May God's richest blessings be yours", is our prayer. The Codeld Family Mrs. Joseph A. Cotield and rhilelicn Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Otield Norman Cofiold and family Kenneth Cofield and Family KROGER FROZEN Lemonade 6 Oz. Can ICEBURG Lettuce EXTRA LARGE HEAD Each 19 10 15 r Kt:i».t i rt i.»,rM.t.f.«,M.t.i,.......... I JM VALUAULt CQUfON Thi* Coupon Good For 25 S&H GREEN STAMPS With Durchott ot 4 - G E. BULBS . . . 79c Limit One — Expires July 26 A Division of the KlDOeTCo. We Reserve the Right t».limit Qoontitlt*

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