Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 25, 1961 · Page 3
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July 23, 1961 HOfl STAft, MOM, ARKANSAS toft TliMt ETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar f&sday, July 25 The Jctt B. Graves cd with prayer. Roll call was answered with "A Good First Aid Rule Used Most Often." An interesting discussion en first aid was given by Mrs. Virgil Huckabec, health and' safely leader. i Two games were played with | prizes going to Mrs. Huckabce and Mrs. Kenneth Renfro. The cr Mary Rain? Lewis of this city, surprise package was won by Beautiful rofcs, daisies, and Mrs. Mart Yocom. The hostcs&'cs, mixed seasonal flowers were seen Sunday in the Stewart, 'home where Mrs. Hugh Gilbert, Mrs. II. E. Benson, and Mrs. Blair Sluiford as co-hostesses. School Class of the First Methodist entertainment was held. Recciv- Church will have a potluck supper ing at the door during the alter- in the home of Mrs. Bill Mudgclt nating hours were Mrs. Thompon Tuesday, July 25, at 7:00 wilh| S on Evans, Jr., /ind Mrs. B. B. McPhcrscn. The new bride was attired in a white dacron and cotton dress trimmed with black lace and pin- roses at her flowers in dif- usccl as cor- dages for 'her mother. Mrs. Paul | A. Lewis, and for Mrs. Ruby [Gray Robinson of Little Rock, I Mrs. Bells aixl Mrs. Yocom, serv- the cd rereshments to 11 members Wednesday, July 26 necl a corsage of j shoulder. The same The Hope Junior Auxiliary will i ferenl hues were meet Wednesday, July 2U in the Community Room of Ihe First National Bank at tO:UO a. in. The Executive Committee will meet at mother of the new bridegroom. The hostesses presented the hon- ortc a gifl of silver. The. serving table was overlaid wilh a pale pink clolh and centered with an arrangement of deep pink roses in silver. Frosted lime punch was served by Mrs. A. D. Brannan and Mrs. M. K. Garai> flo. Serving individual green squares were Mrs. The!! Jopliiv and Mrs. L. M. Lile. and seven visitors. Mrs. Alice Burris, Mrs. Florence Fineher Pat and Mike Huckabce, Jeff Renfro. and Suzie Craflon of New Orleans, and Mrs. Bctlic Duncan. The club will have a picnic at Fair Park in August, so members are advised to make their plans accordingly. Miss Carolyn Brooks to Wed Bcbby league Mr. and Mrs. Jci'sc Brooks of Hop0 annvunci the engagement and appioacaing marriage of Ineir ilaugliUr, Carolyn, to Bobby Teague ui iMagi.-jlia, .-on ol Mr. ami Mrs. Carl league of Stamps, j t . a | <0 '1'lie bride-elect ih a I'JoU grad- uai>. ot nopi. iugn School and is new tmpluicj LO boutiuvLsiern Bell Tcicpnone Co. ai.u lac gruuni- to-be is unpioycil by Jaijn Uil Co. in Magnolia.. TJM wutuing will be an event ef Jffly 2'J. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Crank and son, Mark, have, returned lo their 'home in Alice. Texas, after a vacation visit with Mr. and Mrs Floyd Crank of Hope. Joseph Lee and Carolann Ridei of Houston spent the. weckcix with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kider of Hope. Local Girl at Texas Camp Arrowhead . . Olner members party were Mrs. Mrs. 11. R. Hollingsworth, Lanelle Fuller, and Miss Anita Laselcr. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDowell and baby of Irvin, Texas, re- of the house \?"™; t homi! Morilay : ' fk ''' a vis ' Milton Eason, Miss Mary Mrs. Sam Robinson, Jr., Receni Bride, linttr Vailed Mrs. Sam Kobinson, Jr., el Lil- tle Hock was. honored wilh an afternoon party July 22 by Mrs. Galen llobbs, Miss Sandra Ilobbs, and Mrs. Edwin Slewarl. The hon- orcc, a recent bride, is the form- Saencjer THEATRE A Special Week of Family Entertainment LAST DAY 6now White and the 3 Stooges" Have You Seen It Yet? WED. - THUR. It was the Captain's Maiden Voyage . . . the Maidens Loved It! •|IN'...lHOOIIN'...SINl3IN Ilicit way to new STARDOM! *,GtOBE REtEASE SUN. "PARENT TRAP S. V. M. "HIAWATHA" Night circle 1 of First Baptist Church Me'.'ils The night circles of First Baptist church met for the Hoyal Service program on Monday night at the Fellowship Hall with 11 present. The Aral Wollerman circle presented the program and Mrs. Harold Brents condoled tlhe. business session. Mrs. Pod Rogers voiced the opening pray- er.Thu associational W. M. A. meeting for ivight circle.': will be in Magnolia, August 10. Mrs. M. S. Bales presented the program "To Millions Dying in Their Sin," alter which Mrs-. Pod He-gers gave the devotional "Others." Those, on the program were: Mrs. K. D. llayr.cs, Mrs. Lester Kent, Mrs. V. J. Burroughs, and Mrs. Horace Fuller. Afler the reading ol Ihe calendar of prayer Mrs. Burroughs closed the melting with prayer. il with Mr Dowell and ami Mrs. .1. S. Me Mrs. Mary Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Berry and children of Crossetl left last Friday for their home after visiting her mother, Mrs. C. C. Collins. A CAMPER AT CAMP ARROWHEAD, NEAR Hunt, Texas, for the second summer camp term is Anne Randolph, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Randolph. ANNE IS A MEMBER OF THE PAWNEE Tribe, and is seen above relaxing v/ilh Fritiie, a nine-year-old dachshi/nd and one of Iho Camp pets. ANNE MADE THE TRIP TO CAMP ARROWHEAD by chartered bus with a large group of Arkansas, Louisiana and East Texas campers. Her parents will visit Anno at tho close of tho camp term, and will be guests of the camp at the chuckwagon supper. Tribe Serenades, Aqua- cade and the closing camp fire ceremonies. Mr, aivd Mrs. Lawrence McDowell and children of Arlington, Texas, visited relatives Monday night w'liilc en route lo Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Daly Hamage of Bir/gen were Friday guests of ! Mrs. Hi ley l.ewalkn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bycrs and Jolenc ol Springdale were overnight gues'ts of Mrs'. Lcwallen Friday and also visilcd Judge and Mrs. Orie Byers. Mr. ar.'d Mrs. C. ,1.Barnes drove to Nacegdochcs, Texas, Sunikiy to meet Mr. and Mrs. Mount Kev- i.'ls and children. Mark and Debbie of llousion. After having lunchcoiv and a visit, the Barnes] re.lurncd lo Hope accompanied byj Mark Hovels, who is spending ai few weeks wilh his grandparents 1 . DOROTHY DUX Girl Faces Real Test of Character By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE' Club Mel- Mrs. Grady Woolen of Dallas' am) Mr. aixl Mrs. Frank Dealher- ge ol Hugo, Okla., were Ihe Mon- Lloyd MclroEC 1 H., D. Has Meeting On Tuesday, July 11, the rose Home Demonstration met | ^ ,. M d M at Fair Park. Mrs. A. C, Kn'by ' presided over Ihe. meeting in the abseiX'e- ol the president. The eye-opojier was given by tho new 'home demonstration agent, Mrs. Be'ltie Duncan. She was welcomed by the. club on her first visit. The devotion, taken from Mark 14:21) ar.d HO, was given by Mrs. C. J. Barnes- and was follow- Mr. and Mis. Frank Baggetl are. spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hetlig before go- ling to their home in Memphis. Mrs. Colyer Cox and Mr. and Mrs. ol Hot Springs Herbie Cook of DIXIE AT THE "Y" ON SO. 29 TONIGHT - Wed. - Thur. "IT STARTED IN NAPLES" With CLARK GABLE SOPHIA LOREN And You'll Love VITTORIO DESICA A Movie With Carefree Fun and Happy Living! CARTOON lo see Luther liollamon and' the Martin Pools. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,J. S. McDowell this week are Mrs. Dcivnis Crafton and daughters of Kort Myers. Va., and Mrs. Melvin Shipp and son of Irvin, Texas Dear Helen: My aunt married a man who ran out on her. 1 didn't, know why until recently, when my uncle walked into my girl friend's home one day while 1 was there. II developed that her mother look him away from Auntie. My parents say: Like mother, like daughter. I don't agree. My girl friend is a good girl. Bui the whole family, including all my i aunts, uncles and cousins, insist I slop seeing my friend. Should i do as they say'.' —Confused Dear Confused: This is like Iry- ng Ihe child for the wrong-doing :>f Hie parent. If you are fond of be girl, frankly stale the situation There is also such a thing as loyalty lo family and it's very deep. Like allegiance to our country, il •hould be part of our very being. If you continue the friendship with this girl, you tacitly ally yourself with her mother—Hie woman who wrecked your aunt's marriage. Make up your mind who comes first in your heaii— family or friend'.' If you can stand by your decision, you will have passed a real lest in character. this newspaper, available. Write Problems." Helpful for "1 leaflets ''inancial Dorothy Dix is a rcg'stcrecl trademark. A Bell SVndicate Feature Youths Lunch With Sen. McClellon WASH1NGON (AP) — Chester Johnson of Monliccllo and John R. Esles of Arkadelphia lunched with Sen. John McClellan, D-Ark., ifler a close-up look at Congress action. They wore two of 100 op high school students who at- ended Bovs Nation. PRICE CLEARANCE ALL SPRING AND SUMMER DRESSES AND SPORTSWEAR Sizes: 5 to 15 — 8 to 20 — 12V to 24V CEEB OF MIAMI SWIM SUITS 8 4 — — SUITS 8 10 ITALIAN SILK — Sizes: _ 14 _ 16 — 18 4 14; WOOLEN Sizes: . 16J — 18 — SHOPPE HOURS: All Solos Finnl 9 A. M. tn 6 P. M. — Free Parking PACKING LUGGAGE? Don't lo£gct_ a, Kodak Camera OUTFIT 'linnzlng elcclric-cyc camera in complete gift outfit. Here is Kodak'samazing Brownie Starmalic Camera in deluxe gift ensemble. Its electric eye measures the light and automatically sets the lens for good, clear pictures. Takes color slides, color snaps, black-and-white. Comes complete with case, flasholder, bulbs, batteries, film. All for $39.95 Ward & Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Quality 124 E. Second St. Dear Helen: My husband thinks money is made of rubber wilh a stretch a yard long, lie allows me $55 a week for food, clothes, gas, light, heal and Ihe inevitable crises which are forever arising in (he upkeep of a home. He demands Ihe best in meats, won't wear a sock that's darned and kicks if I so much as buy myself a pair of 711 cents nylons, lie says it's up lo me to make Ihe money go further and that any woman wilh half a mind could do belter. This quibbling has been going on all our married life. How, in heaven's name, can I stretch a dollar furl her? —Past (i() Dear Past (it): his quibbling on the part of your husband is a symptom of marital insecurity. Somewhere along Ihe line you've gained Ihe upperhand. He's trying to gel back in (he driver's seal by proclaiming his masculine superiority. Call his bluff. Let him run the bouse for a change. You be the chief cook and bottle washer, he the commissariat. Tell him you're willing to learn. Dear Helen: I know you lire of the same old sob stories about the poor abused child, but this is a serious case. 1 am 21) years old and my father won't let me wear lipstick, heels, nylons; in fact, Lhave to wear bobbysox and oxford. Boys in my life are absolutely laboo. I'm not bad looking, so that presents quite a problem. I think I'm capable of going out on my own, but fabler keeps telling me I'm helpless. My mother is dead, so 1 (urn lo you. Please answer in Ihe paper, since Father checks all mail addressed \ to me. —IIOPELKSS Dear Hopeless: Build a life of your own. independent of your lather. You become of age at lii; so. legally, you are within your rights. Tell him thai you dun'f intend to become Ihe odd ball he's- in danger of making you. if he continues to restrict your life. DC- liberately cultivate friends your own age, girls as well a;-. bo\s. Get acquainted with their families. Doing it through a church of your own faith might be Ihe best way. But try and sec your father's side loo. JJcinu bulb fa- ; ther and mother i.-. s tough job. j doubly so when the only child is a girl. New Venture in Space in a Few Days By VERN HAUGLAND WASHINGTON (AIM—A Hanger I spacecraft—first version of a vehicle that later this year may 1 crash-land on Ihe moon—will be i launched on a million-mile round- Itrip journey info space within the next few days. i The National Aeronautics and Space Administration described in detail today its newest, and i most complicated experiment in lunar and planetary exploration. Hill NASA declined to give the jcxacl dale the launch attempt will be made at Cape Canaveral, Via. j NASA said Ihe (iTfi-pnund lian- !gor will be fired first into a brief |"parking orbit" ll!~> miles above 1 'the earth. For about Ki minutes Hanger I will y.oom along at II!,- IKK) miles an hour, high above Ihe Atlantic Ocean, as though it were a regulation earth .satellite. Then its Agena-B second-stage rocket will fire up for a second time to accelerole Ranger 1 to a velocity of 2:!,l!()0 miles an hour and start il on a trajectory (i!15,0()0 miles out into space. .11 deliberately will not be aimed at the moon. The craft is expected to reach Ihe perigee, or closest point to j earth, of its eccentric orbit ii 'September at an altitude of :!7.!)()() miles — some !">'! days after annehing. Thee ship may be unable Ii regain orbital course, however, and may plunge into the earth's atmosphere and lie destroyed by lire. NASA said there also is a slight possibility the craft may reach earth-escape velocity. In that event, il would join two U.S. probes Pioneer IV and Pioneer V—and two Soviet probes in orbit around the sun. Designed to Icsl an enormously complicated spacecraft system, Hanger I has lii.nao working electronic parts. II is a forerunner of vehicles that will rough-land instrumented packages on the moon. Wilh further refinements, it eventually is expected to make soft land ing> there aixl on the planet. Later craft—of Ihe Surveyor, Prospector and Voyager series—are being designed to achieve ultimately manned occupation of the moon. Paris Skirts Are Longer and Flaring BY NADEANE WALKER 1'AKIS (Al't _ Longer, flaring skirls and dark browr,-> opened j Ihe Paris fall and winter fashion showings today when Gri.s' led off the collections. Diagonal draping is the main I ioea of fae rrw Gres show, which she calls the "oblique lir.e." The show failed lo live up to its exciting billing as "a revolt, almost a revolution." It was hardly mi uprising. The skirt drop amounted to no more than I wo o-r three inches, and Gres clothes, as always', are anything but eccentric. The liny, elderly designer who invariably wears a lig'.il-l'ifling turban, is as much a classicist as Coco Chanel. In effect, Paris is still in Ihe dark about new fashion Ircnd.s to emerge h. 1 the ne.xl few days. The most, original par! e Gres s'how was provided by lead-off number's called maey dresses, created for secret." This .sounded as if would turn out lo be maternity wear but il was dressy at home larem .skirls- and pants eovorc.'l ivil'a a sort of brocade sandwich ward suspended from Ihe s'hnul .lers. 01 her versions, were loosely covered with short capes like prists' ve-slmculs Suits were a bit Sloppy ,loe, wilh long uufillc.d jacket.-, and flaring or wide-pleated skirls' Draped Jersey dresses were slim id trim by contrast. Gres is cra/y about leather ensembles, two colors of fur used together-- invariably browiv and beige-—hoods, and a barely sol'l- eneil version of men's' fedora hats. These were worn .straight on the back of I'iie head, with slightly rolled, brims and llalened crowns.. .lust as Chanel is famous for suits. Gres is renowned lor coals. This I him they are usually pyramid .shaped, fitting only on Ihei boulders bill, not really vas'l. Somi' are penguin-sleeved, and others have elbow-length lube sleeves. MOUNTAIRE HATCHERIES of Hope had a rare occur- «mce yesterday. Of 41,3M chicks hatched out the oht pictured above had (our legs. The hatchery disposed of it. Watershed Projects Win Approval \VASIIIiMCiTON (API—A House Agriculture .Subcommittee Monday approved tfl watershed projects, two of them in Arkansas, The Scralr Agriculture. Committee has approved nine of the projects,. In addition to full House committee action on all, the Senale commillle must act onT 10 of the projects before work can begin. Approved by the House subcommittee and already agreed to by the Senate committee was the Cirady-CouUI watershed in Desha, .lel'lcrson and Lincoln counties, Ark. -ITUnum. Approved by the House subcommittee but not acted on by ,lhe Senate committee was Bin Crck i Craighead and Greene coun- es, Ark., -2,()liri,'2!l(i. Red to Visit Japs TOKYO (APi—Anaslns. Mikoy- an, Soviet first deputy premier, will visit Japan next month to open the Soviet rade Fair, the .Iapane.se F o r c i g n office announced today. The fair opens Aug. I!) at Harumi Pier in Tokyo harbor. Congress Set to Up Money for Defense By JACK BELL \VASI 1 1 NGTi )N * A I ' (-Congress appears reads 1 ID support an expected request by Prcsidenl Kennedy for an increase of $11 billion or more in defense' spending. But there is a sharp difference of opinion among members on whether action should be taken at this time to increase taxes. Kennedy outlines to the nation in a television-radio broadcast, lo- niglif grave challenge raised by Soviet Premier Khrushchev's threat to try to squeeze the West out of Berlin. The President will follow Ibis up Wednesday with a message asking Congress for funds to bol-, nation's defense capa- lawmakers is that Kennedy has ruled out any crash program and will ask for an orderly step up in Ihe .strength of Marine aiul Army ground forces, plus more intensive (raining for National Guard and reserve units. To pay for all of Ibis, .some members of Congress have • »r- gued that Kennedy should ask for an immediate increase In corporation and personal income taxes. Sen. Hubert II. Humphrey of Minnesota, the assistant Democrat ic leader, .said be is one of those who personally urged Kennedy lo seek new taxes. "I think the President should lay the Berlin situation before the people bluntly and should ask for the I axes needed lo pay for strengthening our defenses," Humphrey said. Humphrey said, however, that Ihe President had been urged by oilier members to defer any tax rcqiicsl until il can be determined laler whether present lax rates will bring in sufficient revenue lo avoid any large deficit. sler the ibilifios. The general Ihci BOYS WANTED TO DELIVER ARKANSAS GAZETTE SEE: BILL HOLT JACKS NEWS STAND, what a lot of dress for A Marcy Let nalurjlly. Who else- year after year sues to it dial you dress so well for so litde? A lown-tailoreil beauiy in an amaxing primed stripe with a. woven look. Drip-dry cotion in charcoal-miiieJ shades of .wen, wine, brown with charcoal pearly butions. Sizes 10 lo 20. Send your \Vorden KrM close a :'.l:auped. : envelope and addrcs her Dork Cottons for Now and Luxurious use of f;ibrit such ; Curii textureJ bc.uuy-l'k'n<l skin-ilec'p iiin woven lile ... '35' <iy.','< Cu|Muiii" r.iyon. A line; (.usual ck'!;;uii.c at wlii'.h M Lex- is p.i'il-iii.iMci. tmllan lilu Kith TO.IM, Wil-.liiri; ' Green G;>Ui. Si/.ts 10 lu

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