Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 26, 1961 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 26, 1961
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, July 2«, 1961 MOPI STAti NOfl, AMRANIAI NftTllfM Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, July 27 The regular Country Chili luncheon-bridge will he held at 12:30 p. m. Thursday, July 27. Hostesses will be: Mi's. Byron Hefner, Mrs. Lex Helms, Jr.. and Mrs. James \V. Branch. t s. Jerry GarretV, Recent 'icfe,, Entertained' Misses Linda Thrash. Denny Hefner, Mary Lou Park, and Lana the' display of 40 lovely gifts (he Five Persons Killed in Road Wrecks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Five persons were killed, three of them in a single accident, on Arkansas highways Tuesday. And by Mrs. Samuel, consisted of ^ DeQueen. Ark., man was killed Miss 'Rial, her mother. Mrs. Altie '» a wreck near Texarkana, Tex. Rial, and Mrs. Lee Arnold of De| Harmon Stevens. 49, of Warren: Ann, mother of the bridegroom-j "is 46-year-old wife. Vclma; and elect. The guest of honor, wear-1 Charles W. Thornley Sr., 72 of ing a white pleated cotton dress, i Calico Rock were killed in the was rpescntcd a clever coi'rasc j hc-adon collision of two cars on of useful kitchen articles. Yellow'rainswept U.S. Highway 167 two daisy corsages were worn by both| milcs "orth of Blad Knob. Mrs! Rial and Mrs. Arnold.' The Stevens' two children, 12- Games were directed bv Mrs. year-old Priscilla and 7-year-old honoree received. The receiving line. introduced Thompson entertained on- the af- Richai'dson. assisted by Mrs. wil-i^avid. were hospitalized at tcrnoon of July 23 with a gift tea ills, and prizes were won by Mrs. jSearcy in serious condition, for Mrs. Jerry Garrctt. a recent I Elmer Clark and Mrs. Grace Avn-' " "' ""' I eo bride. The entertainment was held in the Hubert Thrash home using a color scheme of pink and white. oaring a While dress trimmed ilack, the new bride pinned !brsage of pink carnations al her shoulder. She received many pretty and useful gifts. . The serving table, covered with a pink cloth, was decorated with pink roses'. White cake squares trimmed with pink roses were served will pink fruit punch to 30; the party, guests, including Miss Marquile lor of Houston. old. Marigolds were iistd in a color scheme of yellow and white. Overlaid with a white cloth, the serving table was decorated with while candles, Shasta daisies in crystal, and yellow satin streamers-'. Frozen yellow punch served by Mrs. M;\rtliu UichnrciH 011 b >' son, cousin of the honoree. Mrs. Lyle Arnold and Mi's. Hoy Arnold, sisters-in-law of the future bride Also seriously injured and hospitalized nt, Searcy were C. \V. Thornley Jr., H7, and George M. Sexton. (>(>, both of Calico Hock. State Trooper Billy Baker said a car driven by SI evens appar cntly swerved across the highway centcrline and struck a car dri- younger Thornley. The of the Steven.' one car and the DOROTHY DIX She's Running Away From Herself By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE four family were three other persons were in the groom, served the yellow e ( ake second car. squares. There were 2G guests al ' le colll f' n " f « l )lcku P Foder of Houston. AplicaV:' Bridge Meetr at Mrs. E. P Bridge Club Diamond' Young, Jr.. and Miss Coming and Going Mis;-' Judy noswcll is visiting in Magnolia this week with Miss Sonya Berk. Elixabeth Bridewell were the first place team at the Duplicate Bridge Club meeting on Monday Mr. and Mrs night, July 2J. al the Diamond. turned Tuesday nigh! from a trip Mrs. Tully Henry and Mike) I" the' New England stales. Kelly were, second, and the Third place couple players. of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Locke vis- Mrs. H. T. jitctl last Sunday and Monday with There were S'.-i tables 1 ofi the Echols Locke family in Shrevepoi't, and the Dale Wood family in Magnolia. Miss Alice Rial, Bric'b-Elect, Hor-orcd 1 Satin-day, July 22, at Ann Clubhouse Miss bride-elect of Bobby Arnold of De- An.n, was honored with a mi;'ce.l- laneous wedding shower by Mrs. Mrf_roc Samuel, Mrs. Martha Mrs. Henry Willed, Willis. Mrs. Richardson greeted guests at the door and also 'had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Willis and Mrs. Willelf showed Miss Wyble Wimberly the Do-! ing her mother, Mrs. , KiiS&ircl.'-oii, Mrs. anc" Mrs. Elslen company !w|r home to Colorado Springs', Colo., for a visit. truck and a truck-trailer on U.S. High way (if) near the Arkansas Missouri state line, about 25 mile;north of Harrison, took the life of Carl Mack Rogers, 22, of ncai Harrison. State Troper William Dear More said Rogers' pickup Irucl apparently swerved across the John llallcy ra -j!l i « hway «' ld *«"'<* "* side o : ..u. , ,..:.. the oncoming truck-trailer dnvei by Eugene 1'ierey, ;)4, of Leban on. Mo. I'ierey was slightly injured bu did not require hospiialixatioii Dcarmore said. A newly-o|)encd Arkansas Riv er bi'idge at Little Rock claimec its first victim when Barry Lt Nolan, M. a Little Rock Negro was killed in the collision of bicycle and a car. Officers said the driver of Hi car, Miss Judi Sparks, 111, of Little Rock, tolr'i them the bicycle swerved into the path of her car is visit- J. W.! Wimbcrly, who is planning lo ac-1 Dear Helen: I love a girl who runs dwav from home. She left a dale for Hint reason, even (hough |perhaps!, foul, it worked for him I've got a crush on a drcamhoat !1ll(t thousands of others. Try it! of a boy. Help me! —Worry Wart Dear Worry Warl: Lei Job be a warning. He saidj 'That which 1 feared has come upon me." To n great exte-nl, we are what we j think. So, reverse your Ihinking. brolher-in-law's tirades, the ter. Consider the source. JAMES C. PAYSTR'JP has been sent »o Hope by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, (Mormon) to replace Kenneth Walker. He will work in Hope with Robert Brown. Ho is from Levnn, Utah. Both Mr. Brown and Walker expressed appreciation tc local residents for the reception they have been receiving. and she was unable to avoid hitting it. A two-car collision on U.S. Highway 71 nine miles north of Texarkana, Tex., resulted in the dealh of Lee Strickland, fi(>, of DeQueen. Ark. Bowie County aiilhorilies said Strickland was a passenger in a car driven by Charles I'enny, about 25, of either Wilton or De Quen. Another passenger in Penny's car, Miss Willa Hill, 2:1, of Broken Bow, Okla., was hospilali/ed but her injuries were not believed serious. The driver of the second car, James Brewer of Ashdown, Ark., was not hurt, officers said. while back with no word for me or her family. Later we learned she was trying to find a nerve specialist who had been her doctor at one time. The police picked !thing her up. I drove her parents in my me, 1 car (o get her. H took a lot of lasting and—il doesn't! talking (o convince her that she should come back. Then she refused to put foot in her own home, choosing instead to sleep in (lie rear of my car. Finally she consented to go in the house. I only saw her ,-t few limes aft crhlal. Now she's vanished again. It's been ;i week since either 1 or her parents have laid eyes on her. If I knew she didn't care, 1 would Iry and forget. But. she's given me ample proof that she does. I'm 25. divorced and scarred by severe burns. She's a beatilil'ul blonde just turned 111. Despite my chcckc red background anil looks', she took me into 1u:r home ami lu-arl. That I can't forget. What to do next'.' — G. Dear (.!.: If you love (he girl go after her. She needs help as her quest for the nerve specialist, indicates. She's running away, not. from you or her parents, bill from herself. Try, if possible, to find out what's really troubling her. There's something she obviously has not yet told you. coholies Anonymous. But your husband is right in one respect, jthe less notice you take of your ,that chance can be goon, or bad, While the law of life is change. i(;| ow> Send your problems lo Helen Wordcn Erskinc. Be sure to enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and 'address* her care of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "Glum to del- j depending upon our altitude. He- fuse to be negative. Take the posi- live approach. He like Coue. the Dear Helen: Every lime some- great French philosopher who re- extra special happens lo ;pealed lo himself, over and over, start worrying about il not j"F.very day in every way, 1 grow I won't 'belter and better." Self-hypnosis Dorothy Dix is a registered trademark. A BcM Syndicate Feature Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain, is buried in Elmira, N. Y. Mr, and Mrs. Noi'vel Foster and Marquita of Houston returned 1 home Monday after a visit with | Rock last Friday lo lake, an en- Irclond Has First Execution in Years BKLFAST. Northern I APi — Northern Ireland today. ihr'Mr -md Mrs Bob Mavton of l-'al-! trance exam for the Arkansas ! hail its first legal execution since Ihc^.amlMi.s. BobMajtonol lal,^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ Ml . Um ,, |l|i , 1 , () ., Dear Helen: My sister and her husband moved here from our small home town. He is a heavy drinker and, when drunk, tears our family apart. Now that I'm in his line of vision, as if were, he shoults the most horrible things I hat I was .supposed lo have done when young—bis latest being thai I was arrested for disorderly conduit Of course, my sister and 1 know the tales are figments ol his cra/.ed fancy, for he is a very sick man; but, they have two teenage boys and I'm embarrassed for their sake, as for my own. My husband tells me to grow up and slop making a mountain out of a molehill. But, alas, be Ireland ( | r j,,| is w j t |, my brother-in-law, lis- as an excuse I hat he can ON The Sidewalk 7 A, M. toll A.M. THURSDAY JULY 27 BAZAAR Hundrcds of Values at Low Giveway Prices!! We've Moved Them Out the Front Door — We're Not Going to Move Them Back in the Store! LOOK! BE ON PENNEY S SIDEWALK FIRST!! mos and oilier relatives. Ut'PUst Hospital hcnooi 01 mirs- ^. o in», mid she also visited a rela- foundry Miss Lolly Pralher went lo Little j live, James Embree. strain worker, was hanged for ig his wife. MB A !• A A in BAZAAR ;; THURSDAY MORNING 7 TO 11 A. M. ONLY COME, JOIN THE FUN, ENJOY SAVINGS * A FEW MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVES VALUES TO $2.95 $1.00 A FEW MEN'S STRAW HATS $3.95 VALUES A FEW MEN'S WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS Value's to $3 95 SLIGHTLY SOILED $1.00 j help him more by being a friend than by giving him Hie cold shoulder. \Vhal do you think'.' Is there anything I can do to stop my brolhei'-in-law from drinking with- onl causing my sister more grief. —M. Dear M.: Maybe your husband is doing some systematic drinking himself under the pretext of helping your brolher-in-lasv. At the i isk of soinufink like a harp i.'f single string, I repeat (he advice 1 give lo long suffering families of all drunkards: call in Al- 4 ONLY! ROOM SIZE £ jm £^ 9 b» 12 COTTON RUGS *10 1 ONLY! Size 40 Reg. Man's Wash 'N Wear sum 9 2 ONLY! MEN'S Sport Coats 100 No Phone Calls! SAVE Nothing Sold Before 7 A. M.! Sport Shirts! Sportswear! "Swiim Suits! Handbags! Slacks! Skirts! Dresses! HOPE'S SECOND ANNUAL QUILTED MATTRESS PADS WHITE ZIG ZAG STITCHED, BOUND EDGE COTTON PADS Double Bed Size $2.18 Twin Bed Size $1.94 • THURSDAY-JULY 27-7A.M. to 11 A.M. CHILDREN'S WEAR, SOCKS - MEN'S TIES Table 25 CHILDREN'S WEAR - SPORTSWEAR £ ft, BOYS SHORTS - MUSCLE SHIRTS Tab!e J\J •i • •i' REMNANTS FRIEZE Upholstery FABRICS GREATLY REDUCED SHORT LENGTHS DACRONand COTTON 45 INCH WIDTH $1.19 VALUE IN FULL PIECES — YARDAGE AND REDUCED PRICE MARKED ON EACH PIECE A SMALL GROUP OF LADIES BLOUSES FROM REGULAR $2.95 LINE OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BLOUSES EACH LADIES BLOUSES — LADIES SPORTSWEAR MEN'S STRAW HATS — MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS MEN'S COTTON SLACKS — BOYS SLACKS BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS — LADIES BRAS Table $ 1 Many Other Odds and Ends Items too Numerous to Mention but They Are All Priced at "Give Av/ay" Prices for 2nd Annual Sidewalk Bazaar. WOMEN'S COTTON SLEEPWEAR NYLON WEAR - NYLON SLIPS Table $ 2 TABLE CLOTHS $ Size 54x54 In Colors 1.29 1 MAN S SUIT .. SIZE 42 4 PRS. NUNN-BUSH DRESS OXFORDS BROS. ON ELM STREET Lots of Other Items at Borodin Prices

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