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r f +w J_J?, .: , Ocfohcr 29/1945 Ht»f St ctete mott*f <rt «h* .ed Pf«s» er Enterprts* AjJ'n. MM* fAlwoys Poyfcbl* to 'rtl*, pir *8»k lie; Howard.' Mitfer dna $350 0«r ytar; tl»«- * tlft A<a»rt>M* W»»*s The Wfe» h '«xihJSlv«V «nt»led *6 Kpublleation of all news discredited to tt or not otherwise ,J«>. this paptr and also th« local b&UKi herein. -—^—— .-__,.... nv IMC*! nwfftpnte. f fenti** *fcfc BtiildJrift; Chkoflo, 400 North Mlch- m, AfceWfe; >«# YSrk. City, 292 Wodhsdh •" wv Detrt>lt, Mich, 2841 W. Grand Blvd.; 'Terminal IBdg.; New Holdeverything "WheW Wotta night! I'm glad Halloween comes only onee a year!" GIANCES By Galbraith *"v* sTlra* """**' « ««*W Bfc •H...JF***-* 47 .ST" 1 " >*•" W i •, f,f i ir .^ M •s^^ v^a^; COPR, i»ta ay Nt* SERVICE, inc. T.m ma. u. S.'PAT. OFF: fh» S«v»nlh Cross Book-of-th«-Moitth »** SHAM enona Daisy Dorothy'Heard, Editor Phone 768 Between ft •. m. tntf 4 p, m, I "My husbaftd? At fhis hour?" girl answered Paul t "The test will be whether I cut myself." cliin. A thick lather covered the unfamiliar face like a ZX Roeder's ring. Presently Frau : Siiuer herself came mnsk. "Yes?" said Sauer. tie stropped the razor with the out. "What?" she asked. "My husband? At this hour of utmost care. Paul's heart beat violently, and so did him watchT How the dickens did he hit Upon 'me? So the a funny .pretext! This escape of all thines! \Vell, it isn't " t *>_ . • • i • *•. 4 ... •. . * i ; > .. *•-*._ . .» . w • «..*'•*„ _ .**»•* ~ * « • P ... "Sauer heard the door slam ..." Paul had advanced A step. 'Sauer thought: "How lie ; watching me! But 1 won't let him see my face. Let "He caught sight of Paul crossing the street." Paul as he was crossing the street. A dozen thought* raced through Saucr's brain. "Did I act correctly? Wlv.it Social Calendar Mcrhdfly, November 1st 'The Y.VV.A. of ll, c First Baptist Church will meet at the church 0 p. ITI.' Circle No. 1 of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the i First Methodist church, home of |Mrs. O A. Graves with Mrs. Clyde |Hendrlcksori, associate hostess, 3 fo'clock. Circ.e No. 2 of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First" Methodist church, home of fmrs. '(). L. Rood. ,'1 o'clock. jlc No. 3 of. the Women's Ociety of Christian Service of tho rsUMethodist church, home of rs. Tt. D. Franklin, 3 o'clock. bother me any longer, please. Good'day." When he hoard the door slam, Sauer finished shaving Georgfc n'dtunlly had sent this man? There were ways of *ii_-ri..-i« < it t • t. t t m » ° rr._i* .t« • ^i«» ,-1 stupid pretext. Something must have led them to ' used to have sonic connection with George lenly a shudder went down his spine. What if it was on the level and not one of the Gestapo's ruses? What 'if second door into the bathroom where the man, obviously not cut himself, nor did he tremble. Without really opcn- Sauer, was Shaving. "Heil JH/r/eH'" said Sauer without ing his mouth, Sauer said: "I don't understand. Besides, turning around. I am rather in a hurry. I am sure you must have the wrong • hurriedly. Breathing hard, he rushed to'thc bedroom win" finding out, but he must be careful. Very careful. Paul saw him in the mirror, a towel tucked under his address." • • dow and raised the shade quickly. He :caught sight of . (Continued tomorrow) Orawlnm copyright, 1942, by King Features Syndicate. Inc. TeXt conyrlnht. 1942, by Utllo. Brown A Oo. Distributed "v KlnB Features Syndicate In co-otier»Mcii) with the Tloolt^if.thc-Month 'Club. Ino. PUNNY BUSINESS [y, Pm ]proadl I'm sure he's been promoted, because hfe savs he's been transferred to a bigger boat!" By Hershberger QUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hooplc OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams afraid -of woodpeckers!" TukW Welcome! HALT, SCOUNDREL! T, M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. „ COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. Oh, Yeah? By Kred Harmon j VIN' TH 1 OF W ^- YOU'RE WANTED FOR •ROBBERY, RED HEAD- AMD YOU) Kl^OW 1TA ^ TCfcO LAV'i-MilDirO'' TO ) DISAPPOINT TH 1 T-- / 'SHERIFF.? and Her Baddiet ' Nice Going, J. X. By Edgar Martin Jf, MOT «>P,O,V C/KVV- v^ P>* o«v7 ^LL^-i' iy Chic Young VOU HAViE JUST THREE ] >MIWyTESTOCATa4j *•*>"' Jr*fc»t **•»««lino"*™* / £> ^*M& / ¥ *»»a»%«eaj W THE ?>KlTp.MErjlT IFOR6OTTOTAK;" 6»FFMV PAJAMAS ^tM,. i 'NtounfeA I FOft. THE OFFICIALS GPTv46 8-BALL SOCIETY— VJE'VE &OT S'PACE RESERVED FOR. BASES SA.CK- , WARDS V>iH'LL VOU IP VOUR-6ECRET\ BE IDEi^T\F\EC FOOTBKU- Pi-F\Y J AS MEPWEVO& [URt^S (DOT TO BE- ^<s OP SlNAPLB ALOO'SE KITE/ VMfc'Rfe AFRMPJIBA^.' MOD &CROO&E& IF 1 VO& PAV ' <fc> WOULDN'T PAtf TO P.EAL. DOUGH T-S-BE VE^OS D& NML'O TO SEE VOU 1 6CML A 20O 6ANA&/ ' ^- HO\M ABOOT THE TREES OUT&lOE TM,E- F1ELT3 ? VOL) CAKi HA^& BY SODR TAIL'S/ / i*:( IT'S HERE SOMM6CS--AH, VOUR MAME'e HITCH. AIW'T ITf YOU HAVE TO CLEAN OUT AM ATTIC EVERY TENJ VEARS" VWHV CXIM'T HE GIVE TH'KIDS A JOB SOME SUMPAV WHEN! HE'S GOT OM HIS OTHER. SUIT ? TR' WAR EFFORT v\OULD BE WAV AHEAD IF HE'O . TAKE A WEEkl OFF AM' CLEAN! OUT THEM PORTABLE ATTICS SOME TiN\E.' 1 BET HIS , WIFE WEVER-GOES THRU THEM PANTS f <-|T'S A JOB.' MOSS RIALTO PREVIEW Saturday Night 11 p. m. Donald Duck Aid to Mfemory! By Walt Disney | »""»"« HI.' DID VOU -C?EMEMBER TO MML WATCH? " - ;SURE ^ ^ UH'HUH! WASHY IT CLEVER OF ME TO WEAP IT THAT WAV- SOU WOULDMT T ABOUND A WEEK! i AN M-G.M . PIC1URS Popeye U)IT' HfM 6P5^K|N' Y VOU TAKE IT TOO ONLV CHINESE, IT / HARD, MY FRIENO- <=> UUST LIKE MOTyf LOTS OF -SAILORS OOM'T HAVE AN HAVIN 1 AMV SUJEE'PE The Chinese Sandman" ,.._ ._ Thimble Theater 'ti. Kinc F( O O <S Alley Oop Strictly Plural By V. T. Hamlin PERIWS ITS THE THIEF ! UI5TEN!!\ WE'D BETTER DOUSE HEARD ITHE uems BEFORE . DANGED IP I KNOW HOW MANY GUYS WERE MIXED UP IN THAT FRACA6...BUTAT LEAST ONE \50METHIN6jHEY GET SHOT MUOT SAY, YOU) PUT AN'S'ONTHAV MY STARSXeRTAINLY ^BROTHEB^. AN 1 THEY \T6 ALL / MADE SHOET\ WEREN'T CHAPS-, BLOODY! IWORK OFTIIAT/THEY WEKfc^ "" -ic? $ £ -*'j Frecklei and Hit Friendi Experiencing Difficulties By Merrill Blower 0 FINISHED WRITINIS THEIR SgEwVo »F HAVING COSTUME "ftjEyve TAKEN A file JOB pisi IN THe INTEREST" jy$&L PUT THIS DOWM, HILDA / ) WHAT A LIFE/ FIRE WHEM V/ MOBOD/ BUT OS VOU ARE? BEAOV. .—'-^s.SEEMS TO KNOW WHAT WE'RE WHAT DOES IN& TO DO ARO.UNP I tOLP HER SHE WAS BEI IN THB.ROLE OF M0UY r^ PITCHER O THE MOST ^%tet4UA6 MUSICAL TREAT IN YEARS! BflRBV uins n IHDV > > > § > Red SKELTON Lucille BALL Gene KELLY the ,-. fifiit.' in a 'series of three projfftfrtig - ift <<obSe'rv<mee -• of- "the ,veek o.f prayer for foreign missions will be.'heldvat the -Pirst Presbyterian 6 h arch-In tire i'hilathea room, 4: f8 Monilny. jThc C.xec'.utlvQ board will "meet at 3:30, Special programs will also be ,,hold .-Tuesday and edhoiiflay afternoons at) 4:1(5. Mn. l Pat\C<isoy 'will be 'hostess to the Wotnen's Auxiliary of St. MaiVs'Episcopal church, 4 o'clock. The Weslcyari Guild of'the First Methodist church will meet'at the home 'of 'Mrs. R. L. 'Broach, 7:45 o'clock. • Friday - Saturday Smiley Burnette in 'Beyond the Last Frontier' and Guy Kibbee in 7 $cattergood Survives A Murder' Ffldny 'Club Party at M. M. McCloughan 'H6me Di-monlhly «ames -for members of'the yi'ida'y 'Contract Bridge club were .played at the-home of Mrs. M. M. McCloughan Thursday afternoon. Lovely chrysanthemums were noted at vantage points about Ihe living room whore contract was iplnycd frc*m two tables. First prize wcrU 'to Mrs. Martin Podl fur the guests and to' Mrs. C. C. Lewis for the club. A delectable salad course was served with coffee -following the : games. Coming and Going Miss/Janet Lomley of El Dorado will spend next week with her ioarentfl, Judge and Mrs. W. K. Lemley. . Mjss Mary Delia Carrigan will arrive from Little Rock today for a weekend visit in the home of her parents;, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Car- 'rigan. Herman Moore of Hope is vi^it- ing K. P. and W. W. Moore in Helena. Mrs. K W. Johnson has arrived from Long Beach, Cnlif. for a visit with her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. E. G. Coop. Friends of Mr. Coop will be happy to know {hat he is i r.pidly recuperating from a serious illness. Misses Mary Sue Phillips and Billie Jean -Hood of ' Hot Springs are weekend house guests of Miss Jessie Clarice Brown. Miss Opal Seymour has returned from a trip to the Dallas markets. Staff Sgt, Robert H. Bales has arrived from Spence Field, Ga. for <a 15-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bales. K. J. -Kaplin'ger of Fordyce is spending several days in the city. Mrs. Jack Rogers has returned from Jackson, Miss.,' where She CHT COUGHS due to colds .. . eased without "dosing". "-'WICKS APORUB APPROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS Sunday and Monday All in .TECHNICOLOR and all in FUN! RIALTO SUNDAY * MONDAY Millond Pauktte Goddord •* * in * * John 'REAP THE WILD WIND' Errand for Q- By Malcolm Taylor StORY never told rne liow ee*r*i*Ht, i»*», NBA tfenvtee. trie. 1 "When 1 checked up on that Suite, I found it was occupied by 6 certain Nazi and his wife, both. got yotir stoflf," V lrtth6ift; shouted to Enzell, to make himself heard over the roar of the engines. Stein hnd been tied up with leftover strips of Schroeder's toed sheet, Which Pat had brought in her raincoat pockets, and 'CVery- •one Had 'settled dcisvn as com- fortalDly as passible, "jjdt's >iave the yarn." "Too • much noise," protested Ehzell. "WhaTs the matter with the Intercom^" Said Rick. The Suggestion was adopted and all were soon filled out. Enzell was silent a moment. ' . "Berlin' was \vhere I first got n hint of this business. I went, there on quite another trail, some U-boat stuff — Which I never got — and took a jo'b as a Waiter in the Adlon. ' ' ' , "One day I was in a suite to; pick up a tray. The people had> already gone o'ut. I went to 'the. open window lo shake the 'table-. cloth" and 'heard "voices in the next room. '* * * "A WOMAN was lamenting •**• what would 'be. 'Adi's' fate at the hands of the enemy. Now, nobody in Germany calls Hitler 'Adi' but real intimates, particularly his old friends of the early days. " 'Frieda!' the man "boomed. •You upset yourself unnecessarily, my dear. Adi's very clever. And he always looks ahead. 1 happen to know 'he has in this matter. He will never be taken — alive or dead.' " 'But how in the world — ' she began. "Here he shut her up. 'No questions, Frieda! Even to you I must say nothing further. And you'll <eep • to yourself what I've said.' "I listened a bit more, but he ?hanged the subject very firmly. old friends of Hitler's and stilt close 'to him, though the man %iS not prominent in the party no\v, having dropped politics for plane manufacturing. •„ "I qliil Ihe Adlon and went lo Dresden, Where our friend run a big factovy. I kept my eye on his t>lant and found he was ship- ping'certain. Unusual-looking plane parts to a Small assembly plant in Chemnitz. Why? He had his OWn assembly lines. "I made Chemnitz rhy next' stop. The plant was significantly well guarded but there are ways and means when you have a wcll- fllled pocketbook and before long I managed lo sec that a really huge 'plane of most unusual type was being assembled there. "I looked around for a worker I could pump and, after some saloon study, picked a likely subject. .A small, dark, thin, nervous man about 35 with a lot of inhibited self-importance in him wahling an outlet. Kind that unbuttons when drunk. I got lo work on him. The best Ihins he let out was that some Nazi Great. Man was coming to see the plane soon. "This sounded like a lead and I kept watch. "One night a big limousine without escort drew up outside the plant. A man got out, then two others. I couldn't see faces 'biit 'that voice! That- walk! There is 'only 'one Hitler, thank God! * * * 4</JiHE three men entered the plant and T did some hard thinking, fast. The car was not Hitler's official one, I knew, and there was no entourage, no guards! This was an unexpected windfall, although not surprising in the light of future events. The chauffeur drove off a little way, then got out to stretch his legs. He walked around to the front of the building fthd fell into conversation with the sentry. There Was my chance! T idled past the car; then, .making sure T wasn't 'Observed, picked the simple lock on the luggage cdmpartment with a bit of wire I carry for the purpose. It was the work of a minu'tS to lift the lid, climb in and close it. down over rrie. Those 'top-flight Nnzi's were sure to talk when they Jeft the factory and., now I ; had a front-row seat. ^"Everything werit like clcick'- ;W6rk. Once in the, car and on •their way again, did they talk! "Luck had been with me so far —but now it broke. A blow-out! I was out of thai luggage place and down :he road before the chauffeur could leave the caT-. Bui of course the setup in the rear gave the show away. ; "They almost got me in Stuttgart. They had my description from neop'le in Chemnitz, where a' fust check probably showed me as the only missing person. And they thought I'd head for the frontier, as I did. "The close -call in Stultgart made me change plans. With Ihe frontier hermetically sealed 'to me f was sewed up in Germany, for a while anyhow. So I sent out my message through the Dutchmen. "In Stuttgart I wrote and mailed, the Zellen letter and also, in case one oi: my messages got into Gestapo hands, a letter to one Stolz in Bingen, in meaningless code. Then I broke north, pulling up in Frankfort, sneaked out to Wiesbaden to park rny stuff in the library there and mail the Gehrig letter. Then back to Frankfort to go to earth in the jail. "The rest of the story you know," Enzell concluded matter- of-factly. The little audience of three which had listened quietly without interruption now burst into excited comment Rick's voice shrilled somewhat plaintively. "I say," -he protested, "I catch the drift of most of what's been afoot but there's one thing everybody but me seems to be in the know about. What is this 'stuff' of yours anyway, Enzell—ol- • shouldn't I ask?" (To Be Concluded) Moscow Talks Successful Says President Washington, 'Oct. ' 29 (A 5 )—President Roosevelt said today the Moscow conference has been a i great success and he indicated t was in its final phases where 'ormal documents of agreement iire being drafted. Mr. Roosevelt told a press-radio conference als'b he was very much n favor of a Senate declaration lhat, to avoid war in the future, Lhis country Will cooperate with others. But he. did not care to say the connally resolution under discussion in the senate was adequate. The chief executive asserted the net results of the meeting of Russian, British and American foreign ministers make it a •tremend ous success * not only from the point of view of definite items of agreement, 'but also -from the standpoint of the spirit of it. The overall objective, of course, lie said, is 'peace in the world and the end -of aggression. That is far and away the most imporlanl thing before the conferees, Mr Roosevelt said. A reporter remarked that the president seemed "confident of Russia's willingness to co&perate in maintaining peace." Mr. Roosevelt said emphatically 'that he had always had such confidence. To a question whether he 'thought the Moscow parley had "confirmed and strengthened" .his confidence, 'the chief executive replied in the affirmative. He said he did not know anything more than he had two weeks ago about the possibility the discussions would.lead to another tripartite talk in which he, Prime Minister Churchill and Premier Marshal Stalin would be the principals. Mr. Roosevelt said a lot of Chili-actors and situations are fictitious. Any resemblance lo ucliml persons or 1iai>npnings is coincidental. visited relatives and friends. Communiques Mr. and Mrs. Poney Reeves of Pntmos have received a letter from their son, Staff Sgt. Olan W. Reeves, stating that he has arrived safely in Australia. Staff Sgt. Reeves is crew chief on a B-25 bomber, nnd received his training at the Greenville, S. C. Army Air Base. 100th Anniversary of B'Nai B'rith Order Little Rock, Oct. 29 (fl>) The eighth annual convention of the Arkansas . conference of B'nai tB'Hth will be addressed here Sunday by Charles Evans, Little Rock, and Dr. David Fischman, chairman of the cultural advancement committee, New 'Orleans. Slate Chairman B. J. Tenen- baiim, Dumas, will .preside at the convention which celebrates the 100th anniversary of the order. American shipyards delivered approximately 40 percent more oil tankers during the first seven months of 1943 than during all of 1942. I St. Joseph -'WORlO'S IKRCEST SIUER AT I0< NEW SAENGER Friday - Saturday News of the Churches FIRST METHODIST /• Second and Pine / : Robert B. Moore, Pastor Sunday, October 31, 1943 / Chimes—9:30 a. m. Church School—10:00 a.m. Morning Worship—10:50 a. nr; : Special Music ; . Sermon by the pastor Vesper Service—5:30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor Youth -Fellowship—G:30 p. m. • Thursday, November 4, 1943 Choir Practice—7:30 p. m. 0- FIRST BAPTIST Third and Main Streets ^ Rev. W. R. Hamilton, Pastor Sunday School assembles by departments for the. study of God's word—9:30 a. in. Morning Worship Service. The ipastor will preach—10:50 a. m. Sunday School at Guernsey—2:30 ! p. m. Training Union—6:30 p. m. Evening Worship Service. The pastor will preach—7:30 p. m. The public is cordially invited to : attend all of the services a't the First Baptist Church. — Plus — m ILL'S ON THE LOOSE! %KS •GARRET MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street D. O. Silvey, Pastor The Fifth Sunday meeting of the Union Missionary Baptist Association meets with us this week end. This session begins Saturday 10:00 a. m. There will be services Saturday evening, Sunday morning, and, usually, Sunday afternoon. B. T. C. Bible Study, Janice Davis, President—7:00 p. m. Preaching—8:00 p. m. Monday, Woman's Auxiliary— 2:30 p. m. Wednesday, Teacher's Meeting— 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Come and these services. Evening Service—7:45 p. m. Ladies Prayer Service, Tuesday —2:30 p. m. Week Night Service, Wednesday and Friday—7:45 p. m. You are always welcome The First Pentecostal Church. at FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Theo Brewster, Minister ...Sunday School, with classes for all age groups—9:45 a. m. The Young Adults Class will meet this Sunday at 9:45 a. m. with the Women's.Bible Class for the concluding Study on -ijome Mission to be given by Mrs. R;-; Jackson. Morning Worship, with message by the pastor—10:55 a. m. Vesper Service, to which all are invited—5:00 p. m. Young Peoples Meeting—G:15 p. m. You arc cordially invited to worship with us. cynics hpd felt When tffe Moscow deliberations began that all the participants would agree to disagree, lhat there would be a lot of suspicion and lhat they would not et anywhere. But the spirit ofthe' whole conference, he said, has seen am&zih^ly good. "He gave equal Credit, for this to sjetre'lafy of slate ftu'll and to- the 'Russians and British. ' Wha't specific 'docume'rils and agree'meh'ts 'hav^e "been Reached, Mr. Roosevelt did not'disclose. At the proper time, the .president said, they will be revealed,' ^probably from Moscow. Mrs. Roosevelt ^aid the conferees, had been talking 'things b'ver quiet-. ly and that relations .individually- had been What he tei'mefl about '100 percent. Head of Shittgott Training Field, Dies 'Stuttgart, -Oct. : 29 '(/P) .Col. Edgar R. Todd, commanding officer at : Slultgart 'army :air field, died in the'posl hospital at Selman/Field, 'Monroe, La., 'today, 'army officials announced. Cause of 'his 'death was not disclosed. 'Co'l. Ttfdd 'had been 'in Command o'f the Stuttgart Meld since it was established in "1942. 'He Was 4i years old. Col. Todd was'One-o'f the young' est comma'nding officers in 'the flying 'training '<;ommand. He entered the air "force as a 'flying 'ca del : in 1927. A year later he was co'rn'rnissioned ; a second lieuten&ni at Kelly Field, Tex. After attain, ing the rank o'f cttptafn he was ap pointed 'director of flying at Kelly Field a'nfl later Was sent to Barksdale field in Louisiana to 'or ga'n'ize the tfirst two-engine school He was : ptomoted -to 'major -anc then lieutenant coloWel, taking ovei at Moody ^Field, Tex., ; in February 1942 'a's 'executive officer. •In June, 1942, -as '3 full colonel h was Sent ; to Stiitgart where he transformed 'a rice ; field' into on of the largest two engine pilb training schools in the : couritry. Today in Cengrtsi |'l' By the Asscrtlstftd -f>f«& TO Senate — contifides pes'twar •fle' ale , Privileges and elections coSf» miltee hearfe Postmaster Genei$t, military witnesses, 'on &dflatffl-p> •ote till , f**" Agriculture commitle*6 Considers ertihzer, nitrate supply^ J &\*t, Houser-in"recess. * _ , .. fft^ —, , ^»«ii». PARAOOULO MAN Paragould, Oct. 29 (/P) poral Vowell G •Pal-fiflh, of Paragould, was killed ..» ...... crash of an army transport* plane near Fort Benning, Ga , - We&neV 5 points, down 3 Pumpkin or squash No. 2 1-2 over 1 lb! 6 oz. incl. 2 Ibs 15 points, down 6 Fruit Juices Grapefruit juice 46 oz. can (No. 3) over 2 Ibs. 12 oz. incl. 3 Ibs. 3 points, down 1 -' Pineapple juice No. 2 over 14 oz. incl. 1 Ib". 2 oz. 12 points, up 2 Special Products Tomato catsup or chili sauce 14 foz. jar over 10 incl. 14 oz. 18 points, up 3 Tomato faqcescontaining over 5 (percent tomato solids 8 oz. can over <J oz. incl. 10 oz. 4 points,.up 1 1 Tomato faqces containing over -5 packages with cheese 8 oz jar over 7 oz. incl. 10 oz. 5 points, up 1 Spreads . Jam's, preserves 'or non-citrus marmalades 1 Ib. jar, .over 12 oz. incl. 16 oz. 6 ^points, new-'item : Jellies 4 points • Fruit butters 4 points (new Salvation -Army 'work is carried on in 103 languages. PETROLEUM JE4.JY CQ *K, wight friends here Were •ied He formerly was ejfgag'eiS'jn" _ he cleaning and pressing' business" here • V " * The average American Soldier ' requires 250 pounds Of cottoft £• quipment, compared with f ko^ rounds bought annually by the afc 1 *" *' erage civilian , W .T, V SEI NERVOUS RESTLESS HIGH-STRUNG On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of Do functional' periodic disturbances malte >0u feel -nervous, 'CranKy, trrt- taljle, fidgety, tll-ed and "dragged ouV —at such times?: < Then start at once —try Lydta C. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound tp relieve such sjrnlptoms. "Plnkha-m'B Compound is tamotis not only to help relieve monthly pain but also accompanying •weak, tired, nervous feelings of ibis nature \ • Taken regularly •— Plnkham's Oom- pound helps build up reslstance'agatrret such symptoms.' For years thousand* upon thousands of women a'nd glrift have reported benefits Folldw label directions. Well -wortlvtrytngl _ ' LYDIAE.PINKHArSKSSg HOPE 'MATTRESS GO. Have your old m'attress made new. Call collect.or write within"' 25-mile radius for free delivery.,^ Now located at 411 South Hazel Phone 152 Eat With Us Tonight . Try our 60c Special - - - featured. Also, we hove r a choice selection of'KC T-Bone and Club Steaks. -And our .'specialty —' Fried Chickferi 'Dinner, ot <SO or 75c CHECKERED, CAFE; Where It's* Safe to Be Hungr^ ^\ .^^LVnl^ ^^* -*i>* ** OUR LADY OF GOOD HOPE CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. F. T. Dollarton. Mass at 10 o'clock every Sunday. Prayer services—• x « worship with us in ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL Henry B. Smith, Rector The Rt. Rev. R. Bland Mitchell D. D. will visit Hope on December 12th. He will preach and administer to Apostolic Rite of the Laying on of hands, called Confirmation. You are invited to attend the class which meets at 7:30 p. m. each Wednesday. Service on Sunday will be at 7:30 p. m. No morning service! A welcome to you at all services. UNITY BAPTIST . ;' Doyle M. Ingram, Pastor •!•;. Sunday School—10:00 a. m. '!;'' Worship Service—11:00 a. m,> ; Training Course—7:15 p. in. J' Worship Service—8:00 p. m. &, Ladies Auxiliary, Monday—2; 00 p. m. at Church. « r;! Prayer Meeting, Wodnosd: 8:00 p. m. »t Church. You are invited to' attend Ui'Sse services. We need your presence. l:ur— Vi ! CHURCH OF CHRIST Fifth and Grady Streets Fred H. Williamson, Minister Gospel Broadcast, KCMC—9:30- 9:45 a. m. .., Bible'Classes—10:00 a. m. Preaching—11:00 a. m. Communion—11:40 a. m. Vocal Class—6:45 p. m. Preaching—7:45 p. m. Mid-week Service, Wednesday evening—7:45 p. m. Congregational singing. Plain gospel preaching. Come and be with us. FIRST PENTECOSTAL West 4th and Ferguson '»• W. P. Graves, Pastor '' Sunday School—10:00 a. m. Morning Service—11:00 a. m. Young People Service—0:45 p. m. Union Association Fifth Sunday Meeting Program The churches of Union Missionary Baptist Association are to be represented in a Fifth Sunday Meeting at the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church, North Ferguson street, Oc'tober 30th and 31sl. The following program has been adopted for this meeting, and is to begin at 10 a. m. Saturday. Lunch will be served at church both days. Visitors are more than welcome. Devotional—Eld. Bymon Wilson. Introductory Sermon—Eld. Floyd Clark. Queries: 1. What does the giver receive in return for his Scriptural giving? —Eld. Elberl O'Steen; Eld. Geo. Treece. j 2. What is the differences between the Judgement Seat of Christ and the Great White Throne?—Eld. E. C. Gillentinc; Eld. W. H. Stingley. 3. What is the exegesis of-1 Peter 3:19?—Eld. J. F..C. Grain; Eld. D. B. Wright. Committee. D. O. Silvey, Pastor, Garrett Memorial Baptist Church. Rationing of (Continued From Page One) with rationing of fruit spreads. Supplies are plentiful, OPA said, but they are brought under ration control because of their importance in Ihe over-all picture. Starting Nov. 1. green stamps A, B and C from the new war ration book four will be used to buy pro- •cessed foods. They will be valid through Dec. 20. In addition, the last blue stamps in book two — X, Y and Z — may be used through Nov. 20. The following table shows changes in the processed food chart: CANNED OR BOTTLED Fruits Apples (including crabapples) No. 2 over 1 Ib. 2 oz. incl. 1 Ib, C m.. 15 points, up 5 Berries, all varieties No. 2 over 1 Ib. 2 07.. incl. 1 Ib. 6 oz. 15 points, up 5 Mixed fruits No. 1 tall over 14 oz. incl. 1 Ib. 2 oz. 20 points, up 2 Pears No. 2 1-2 over 1 Ib. 6 oz. incl. 2 Ibs. 24 points, up 3 Pineapple No. 2 1-2 over 1 Ib. G oz. incl. 2 Ibs 36 points, up 2 Vegetables Boets (including pickled) No. 2 over 1 Ib. 2 oz. incl. 1 Ib. (i oz. SUITS and OVERCOATS • CURLEE SUITS 35.00 SEWELL SUITS 19.85 to 27.50 • OVERCOATS 19.85 to 29.85 PANTS 2.98 - 7.98 Men's Hats Wnght Airflow 5.98 Wright Mirikol 5,00 LEATHER JACKETS 10.99 to 24.85 LEATHER TRIMS 8,98* VMS MACKINAW! CiOTH MCKiTS 6.98-8,98 We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading [pepgrtment Store' /^ \w n L* oeo. W, Kobison Noihville

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