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«,W4* ' HOPE STAR, HOM, AUKANSAi Bpok-off-the-Month ftxaMvfctM&pi MiaSftflB&jSqMh....^ ' ' Associated Pt«4 Newspaper Enterprise Wn. {mr* •* t-.- •> v-;. • . ? *.f»,~. ^^jL - i' Social and P HOPE STAR, «0 M, ARKANSAS f*<tge fhrfc* cr»on*l Ddisy Dorothy Heard, Iditof Phone 768 Between • ft. m. in<M p, m. ssssna. Press Is exclusively tntltted te 53»?& mubHorfton of al «•"•*: ttrtdtted W t or not oMierwKe ». t j Tn this pop«r and also the loco »tiublished herein. at Arfv«tl*)n« ,-0«lrti* t !»«• JttBilildina: Chleo! settle; New Yor strait. l»n« "->""T""i. ~ lac.: Memphis. Tertrj. l««o, 400! North M *h „„ fork «3ty, 294 Madison lich, 2S41 W. Gr rand Blvd ~Cfa' 414 Terminal IBda : New "722 Union St. O Social Calendar "Always falling in love 1 Don'U clia know when you're well off?" ; The-cantaloupe'first was grown in. southern Asia. [SIDE GLANCES" Bv Golbroith N Jb * A •j.%^ 'iha strongest' Syrian redoubt threw a withering fire at: the British. T HE BATTLE FOR SYRIA, French-mandated territory which at the fall of'France passed under the control of the pro-Na^ Vichy government, Produced one of the great Commando heroes of the war. He was Major G. C. T. Keyes, son of Sir Roger Keyes, then admiral of the British Fleet and Director of Combined Operations. Young Keyes was second in command of a troop chosen to take Kafr Bada,. a redoubt and bridgehead which was folding, up.;the main army, and like a true Commando did so by turning a mistake into an advantage. He was decorated and made a lieutenant colonel Drawing, copyright, 1943, by King Features Syndicate, Inc. Text for one of the war's most heroic feats of; gallantry when, with a handful of men he crossed a rivet under m ,rde - ous fire from 75's, mortars and machine guns, and. l,ess than an hour after forming^his lines, took- ** W« which had stalemated the yhole Syrian action and held "'Vft'atirlPift advance, the Australians fighting to subdue Sri.!were held «p at the Lham' J«W.«J* -^^^^^*^ redoubts threw withering artillery fire at tl If became a battle 'of position the advance had degenerated into a battle of P™ 1 '"™; An infantry landing ship with wenty-scvcn ofhccrs and 456 men of the Commandos aboard, escorted by The colonel was the first to fall. landed and started to shost it out with the shore positions he was the first to fall, shot through the head. A scmeant major tool; command of his detachment, isat- -. & - - » .1.1 ..........-«.i jj^Q lociil barracks jinu \ ^^^^^^^^Ss^^ ^^fis^^.^^^K^ 'istitftftafs KTrr,,t/35±: ^v&r-1* ^ >« *<-+, • their troops-to. the south side of the river to strengthen thc redoubt there. Bright moonlight made the lam ing am) whcn int . . ore, a number of • howittcra and field guns, but through • fatal crcor Keyes and his men had been landed on the wrong side of the river. (Tomorrow The C—m/W capture the redoubt and end the Syrim stalemate.) Monday, N,ovtmb«r 15th. The Women's Auxiliary of Iho First Presbyterian t'liurcll, thrj church, 3 o,'cl6ck. (") All circles of the Women's Misi sionary Society of the First Baptist Church will meet at. the church, 2':30, for the annual party replacing the meetings in members' homes. ,. Tho Hope Band: Auxiliary will vfncel at the home of Mrs. J. O. Milam, 323 South Pine, 7:30 for an al fi;csco supper. All members are urged to attend. i with tho Book-of-thc-MonUi Club, Uic. BUSINESS BV Hcrshberger OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Mpjpr Hoople OUTOUR^VAY By J. R. Willioms Tuesday, November 16th O Thc American Legion Auxiliary will meet »l the Surgical Dressing rooms, 1 lo 4, for volunteer work. A short business and social period will follow with Mrs. Claude Hamilton and Mrs. Claude Agce, tiostesscs. Mrs. Gus TIaynes' class of Ihe First Baptisl Church will meet in the church dining room, 7 o'clock, for a supper meeting. All members are invited lo attend. ' o'clock. ;.v-» $i3-"* 1J& •vm^'tfA.w&f ST -*/ rtm^-^-jH S/vWM- ^ WV ; tfvlMff »>, i ! ^j/ 'i'V * ". [^ y*v\ K^s t8fc_ ^*Z-*f- f *• *ii -X35BCT' fjfe j»fft' f r»l3 BY HE* SERVICE iiic T. M. uo. u.«. P«T Priease, dear, remember your promise about not putting ™k- fife your feet on thc furniture'" ^ m .i—, P—-—•— :\A\ WITH TH' Piec'E 1 TH' 'FIRST OME. TO w^ DO SUMPIM ABOUT IT/ I DOM'T SE£ MO USE. IM PUSHIW 1 A BIG SAW. WHEN! , STREA.K BACK K 5OME.WHERE IM OUR FAMILV.' Wednesday, November 17th The Gardenia Garden club will be entertained al the home of Mrs. S. D. Cook. 3 o'clock. Mrs. Pat Casey and Mrs. A. L. * JUack will be hostesses to thc.Lilac Garden club at the Black home, 3. Child's Colds To Relieve Misery Rub on Time-Proved YlCKSVAPORUB Chopin, Berlioz, Liszt Are Studied By Friday M-uslo Club The Njoverrjbei' meeting of the Friday Music club was held at the home of Mt's.'Dick Watkins Friday evening. In the qbsence of Uic president MKS. ~C. C; WEcNeil] presided. Mrs, Aj^thun Ziemcr had the pro gram on "Eai<1y • Romanticism" using the works of Chopin, Berlioz, nnd' Liszt as illustrations. Mr-s. Edwin Stewart plnyed a Mnzurkaa by Chopin, and an Hungarian R-npsody by Liszt wns rendered by Mrs. McNeil!. The current event scries concerning if song book recently published for men in thc armed service was discussed by Mrs, B. W. Edwards who also told of an instrument, the lonclte, being furnished soldiers. A good attendance wai reported EIHs.-McJunklns The marriage of Miss Geraldine •IcJ.unkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis McJunkins of Saratoga md Sgl. Tully Ellis of San Franisco, Cnlit, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. jurlund. Ellis also of Saratoga, was olemnized Thursday, November 1, in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Laron McJunkins vere the only .attendants. The bride is the niece of Mrs. ugene Cox, West Seventh street, tope. NEW SAENGER _ NOW —,. "I; i-hiuk it's a Navy man carrying_lhe ball!" ' '' ' ~ By Leslie Turne* Fooling the Nazis PLWJES CHAM6EP THEIR COURSE, LOOK AT 1HOSE VAPOR TRWWWAIMSI All FI6HTER& FROM SEVERAvL BASES CONVERGE ONTHiRUHRVAL- TO IV1TERCEPT THE BOM6ER5... Red Rider Sound Advice YMAf By Fred Harmon Donald Duck The Hard Way By Walt Disney w!'uM,,'i'.'',!"T'''*' i " i and Her Bvddift Confusing By Edaar Martin Popcye "Maybe It's Termites! i" Thimble Theater FLOCK -VOU (JJANT SOME DUST — <i HAVBTOTAUK CHIMESE SA-A-V— S OJAlT A MINM1T-J HREH-HREH! NO c^TCH/MV BOV- NJO CATCH — ALL. vou HAVE TO DO 15 &BT RIO OF MV ' By FAITH BALDWIN . COPYR'l'QHr, 1044, NEA SERVICE. INC. mlth-Byers Mrs. D. C. Byers announces the marriage of: her dnufihtar, Ellen, o CpL Archie Smith of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.,, son of Mrs. Birdie Smith of Bodcaw. The ceremony was performed at the home of the officiating minister, the Reverend Ris.tQK, of Low.lsville. Mrs. Smith will continue to make i.ei; home in., Hope. Cpl. S,mith was stationed on the West coast for two, years before being assigned to Fort Leonard Wood. Corning qnd Going Tlltt STOttlfl Wh*h .tint Thompson hi'comon Doctor lliiil'N nAiliil- nnt. he join* (he Hull hunm-hoto. N fine? Unlit "pollcil nnil liortd, In IliiHeU'd Itjr hi* ntl'iitliinn biii (•nniinl totltft Dren Warner. AM;*. llnll would like Nniu'y lo ctiuonr- nift* wi'nlthy Krnnk HilRiir. hiiwcveri NPPIUM m,or.p. Ill In Uic oilier iliiuichlCK. tlnrlUv. u Vffillhipr MII-MC Inlcnl on h*c Job. Nil in'>' nhlde* Jim for wurkliiK no hard, * * * JIM'S APARTMENT CHAPTER XIII 'p'Mit.Y'S room faced the front, of the house. She could hear every word Nancy was saying to Jim Thompson as they sat there on the steps. "Don't go in yet. Father's up, at all hours." "But I must sec him, Nancy*" "I'll wail here." Emily could hear Jim come in the house. The screen door slammed, his feet sounded on the stairs, she heard her father's irritable roar of greeting, her mother's voice. She heard Jim go downstairs again, two at a time. The dooi slammed once more, And Nancy said: "You took long enough. No don't go over to the apartment Sit here." Jim said after a moment, "I should go and catch some sleep There may be calls. I expect one in fact." "You'll be up all night," said Nancy. "Why in the world anyon> wants to be a doctor!" "Don't you know," he asked "having lived with your father al these years?" "It's deadly," she said savagely "and killing. A horrible business Mother's never had any fun she's entitled to it." She added "I wish you'd been along tonight It was nice, on the beach. But did get so bored. At first the sum inc-r was rather amusing, pickin Mrs, J.ohn HoUis and Miss K.a.lh- erinc Arnold of Little Rock speiv the week-end with relatives in thc city. After an extended stay in the Harry Lemley home, Mrs. Harry Lemley, Jr., and daughter, Mar garet, left Monday for San Antonio Texas, to- make their home with Mrs. Lemley's mother while Lt Col. Lemley is overseas. ip old threads nnd then-^well, it 11 went stale. Same laces, same lags, same lines, same — passes." "What about Frank?" he in* # * smoke, strong and sweet, drifted luzily upward, the scent ft was in Emily's nostrils. We hnd n fight," admitted tfancy, and laughed. Emily could not catch Jim's low 'eply. But she heard Nancy's next ;entencej clear and gay and enter- ained'. "What in the world gave you that idea? As if I could be nlerested in Frank Edgar!" A moment later theie was a stir on the porch and Nancy said: "I'm wide awake. Everyone else las gone to bed, I suppose. You'll no sooner get there than you'll lave to go out again. I've an idea. [f you won't take me driving, I'll come over and pay you a oall, and make you some coffee and we'll sil up and drink it and gossip." Possibly he demurred. Emily didn't know. But a little later she heard their footsteps on the wooden treads and then going muffled, across the grass, anc louder, down the gravel to the garage. She rose wearily, undressec and went to bed. She thought lying in the darkness, Serves you right , . listening. But she was conscious of a cole anger. Nancy must be out of hei mind. Why shouldn't she go to Jim'; apartment if «he wanted to, bre\\ him a cup of coffee, talk wit) him. . . . parade her little tricks He should be in bed and asleep but Nancy wouldn't think of thai She wouldn't of course questioi the decorum of the impulse. Now adays the word decorum was a seldom used as tho word indis creet. Jim was her father's as sistant. Her father, her moi'.ier you had no business er sister, were together under n.e robf, next door to the garage partment. No one would think nything of it— She had quarreled With Prank. Vhy? And she was amusing her-, elf witli Jim because she was nnoyed, hurt pcuhaps; Not hurt, thought Emily. To her horror the quick, en tears forced themselves gainst her closed lids, crawled lowly down her cheeks. i I'm not In love with him, she nought. And knew that she was. * * * had it begun? Had it started back in the old hospital- days when they'd been just good friends, talking, arguing, aughing, working together? Or vhen he'd walked into the house n ^Atlantic Street a few weeks igo? Or the first time she had ee'h him look at Nancy with his ilue eyes warming and his lop- ided grin? Or tonight, coming lome from the hospital? It didn't hatter when. It didn't matter whether it had happened years, a TJpnth,. a week, an hour ago, or ust now. It had happened and that was that. She thought miserably, There's nothing I can do about it—go iway perhaps, find a job in Bos,on—anything. Someone tapped at her door and her mother came in. "Asleep?" "No. Wait a moment." Emily fumbled under a pillow, scrubbed icr handkerchief across her fc.«e and eyes, steadied her voice, reached out and turned on the bedside light. "What's the matter," she asked, "is father—?" "No, he's all right. Fast asleep." Millicent's hair was pinned into curls, caught under a net cap. Her face was scrubbed. Despite the fine lines, it had a little girl look. She had a pot »t cold cream in her hand and sitting down beside Emily's bed she absentmindedly began to stroke the cream across her forehead and under her eyes. She said: "I looked out of the window just now. Nancy's over in the apartment with Jim." (To Be Continued) ir Unsinkable Liberty Ship (U. : S, Navy Photo From NEA) Hit by a Jap torpedo, this U.. S. Liberty ship proved Its durability by staying afloat' and making port although i.ts after decks were awash. Crew put out fire started by the blast- and. with aid of another vessel brought the Liberty ship into a South PaciBc port. More Than 200 Attend Home 0-PA Assai ed Club Achievement Day Program ©__- Thc Annual Achievement Pro- pick j ei Mrs . w . H. Ratcliff A; chow ROTTEN WINNINGER $M SCHIUING Hosea Garrett of Bakersfield Calif., joined Mrs. Garrett in a week-end visit with Mrs. Mary Lemley and Mrs. H. J. F. Garrett. Mrs; Haorijy Phipps has returned from a brief visit with, her father, B. E. Carpenter In Mt-. Yemen, *T,exa.s, Sh.e was accompanied "home by her sister. Mrs. Jamie Duncan of Fort Worth. a giam sponsored by the County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs was held November 12th according to Mary Claude Fletcher, Home Demonstration Agent. The clubs clubs Mr. and Mrs. Harry Segnar, Sr., and son, Sammy, and Lt. and Mrs. Harry Segnar, Jr., motored to Sherman, Texas, Sunday to visit Aviation Cadet Charles Segnar. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Rcynerson have as guests this week, Mrs. 'Robert. Reyne.r.son. of Lps Angeles and Miss Ann Harp of Bauxite. Mrs,. A,. R, Newberry returned yesterday from Memphis where she spent the past two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Dennis E. Richards. > Alley Oop Going Places By V. T. Hamlin — --... /VES.MJD THAT'S —, v\V STARSNJ PROBABLV IHE ONLY HAT t\ MESS.' I ^ REAOOM SUPPOSE y-^ \ YOU'RE STIUU VERV FUSE (tv^/ ; L AUVE.' \1THEPLACE IS> BLOWKJ That's Appreciation' for You! Chic IM H\£> WsSTE TO FRUSTRATE OOPS SUIC1DAV, PUAM STOLE THE SWOftD OF GEM- DESTRUCTION ''FEEC TOTH Klt-VCOWDHeLL INTO THE ^ ^t-VDW TOES TH|5 A.FFECT OOP;: ' ' MACH1ME TRIP B^CIC TO MOO ^ RIALTO Lost Times Today 'Arabian Nights —Starts Tuesday— Dorothy Lamour m Jungle Princess Personal. Seven musical organizations at Texas State College for Women, Denlon, are giving approximately 275 girls a variety of trainijig ii various fields.- Miss Martha Jane Eason, daughter' of Mrs. S. D Eason, 1420 South Main, plays r.he tuba i;v the band and the bass horn in the orchestra. She is a freshr'.ar in the college and did band worl at Hope High School. Communiques Pfc. John C. Thompson, husband of Mrs. Evelyn L. Thompson, Hope FU. 3, assgned to the slalon hospital at Camp Chaffee, Ark., has seen awarded the good conduct medal by 1/t. Col. Francis D. exhibits from the garden and home demonstration were proof to the 200 visitors at the display that produce is being the war. Sixteen, exhibits were, on grown and conserved to help win display. These exhibits included all types of fresh vegetables, canned products, stored products, root crops, dried, brined and all types of flowers. Dr. Alexander of Hope displayed many varieties of vegetables from his Victory garden. The Blevins Home Economic Department had an exhibit on 'handicraft. These products were growli and produced by Home Demonstration club and garden club members. Exhibits from the following Home Demonstration clubs and their awards: Hopewell A and sweepstakes. Their exhibit displayed all varieties of fall vegetables, home canned fruits and vegetables and ideas for Christmas toys for the youngsters. South Sardis A. Besides their fresh vegetable and canned products they had a home made idea for the Christmas dinner table. Union Grove B, Friendship B, Liberty Hill B, Marlbrook B, Boyd's Chapel B and Doyle B. The Garden clubs of Hope — Iris club A and sweepstakes. Their exhibit displayed all types of cut flowers anc a fine exhibit of home conserved products. Azalea club A, Rose club A, Lilac club A and Gardenia club A. All of these clubs exhibited a six-jar standard exhibit of home chow, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A; apple sauce, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A; jam, berry, Mrs. W. H. Ratclift A, apple, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A; blackberry, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A; grape, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A; beets, Mrs. Roy Allison A; squash, Mrs. Roy Allison A; pineapple, Mrs. Roy Allison A; peaches, Mrs. Roy Allison A; corn, Mr-s. Oliver Adams A; rick rack pictures, Mrs. Gentry Ratcliff A; jmbroidered scarf, Mrs. G. H. Ratcliff B; toys—fish. Miss Audrey Kennedy A; squirrel, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A; bed doll, Mrs. W .H. Ratcliff A; corn necklace, Mrs. Gentry Ratcliff A; yarn dolls, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A, velvet, sock doll, Mrs. Gentry Ralcliff B; embroidered elephant, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff B; tooth brush holder, Mrs. W. H Ratcliff A. After all Uic exhibits were in place and ready for the judges Miss Florence Pitts, Home Demonstration Agent, Nevada county, Miss King,. Assistant Home Demonstration -Agent, Nevada county, and Miss Mae Shiemer, Vocational Home Economics teacher at udgment of those in power harmful and subversive to public wel- re. "Nothing is more essential to ^reservation of liberty than freedom of the press. This constitutional mandate ought to be upheld against any form of encroach- (Continued 'S rom Page One) ment." ( Adkins Pledges Action Little Rock, Nov. 15'i—(*)— Governor Adkins said today he was elated over the decision of the Supreme Court upholding authority of the slate police to raid allegiance gambling establishments'. ^ "Based on these decisions I will use every resource in my command to put the gamblers out of business," the governor asserted. Gay Albright, superintendent of stale police, when advised of the decisions said he would consult his counsel before determining what to do about telelype machines, that had been seized from W. R. Muncrief, Hot Springs printer. Albright said he had returned the machines lo Muncrief on orders of the Pulaski circuit court but had taken a receipt for them and was not certain what further Describes Jap Attack on Field Hospital By VERN HAUGLAND Torokina Cape, Bougainville Island, Nov. 9 — (Delayed) —(/P) — How the Japanese attacked a United States navy field hospital last Sunday during a battle near the Koromokina river on the marines' left flank was described today by Lieut. Comm. Gordon Bruce,. New York City and Englewood, N. J. The commander, in charge of the medical unit, told this story lo Tech. Sgt. Ted Link, former St Louis Post-Dispatch reporter and now a marine corps combat correspondent. "We set up our tents near the beach on the left flank. At noon marine casualties from that sector began coming in and at 3 o'clocl we had 32 patients. The Japs began their attack on the hospital then "My surgeons wore operating 01 a marine when shots ripped through the tent. I ran to the bead with n couple of corpsmen and unscrewed three machine guns from Higgins boats which wore smashed in the heavy surf in the original landings. "We brought the guns back to the hospital and I drafted a few marines lo operate them and set up a defense line. A sniper's bullet smacked through the top of the tent and went into the lung of a chief pharmacists mate. We evacuated him at once. "It began to rain and water Baptist Board to Meet Monday Night Little Rock, Nov. 15 -K/PH- The \rkansas Baptist convention's ex- culive board will meet, tonight preceding the annual convention pening here tomorrow for a two day session. The board probably will elect a iuccessor to the Rev; Lewis A Vlyers, now an army chaplain, as editor of the Arkansas Baptist, the lev. T. L. Harris, board president, said today. He said C. B, Bryant, associate editor serving in the Rev. Myers absence, probably will be ecommended for the office. The Rev. J. S, Rogers, Conway will preside over the convention The Rev. W. R. Vestal, Star City ill preach the opening sermon Reports on educations' instttu lions will be given tomorrow' by Dr. E. S. Preston, president o Central college, Conway;' Dr. J. R Grant, Ouachita college, Arkade phia;. and. the Rev. B. F. Ferguson Fort Smith, representing Baptis theological seminaries. Rev. Hamilton to Speak at ^ Baptist Meet) The Aikan<ws Baptist State Con* ention is meeting in Little ftock ^ uesday and Wednesday in the mmanuel Baptist Church, Dr> C< Warren, pastor. Rev. ty. &. /eslal of Star City preaches the onvention sermon Rev. W. j_R. tamtlton of Hope brings a rejSort o the convention on the Arkaftsas Baptist, state denominational pub« cation i , Rev Hamilton has for three > .ears been chairman of the committee from the Executive Board > it the convention directing policies £' the Arkansas Baptist, the state- :onvention paper. He will announce he election of a new editor to succeed Rev Lewis A Myers who has , mtered tho Chaplaincy of the United States Army. Among the other convention; peakers Tuesday are' Dr. J. S f ., Rogers, Rev. Edgar Williamsortj Mrs C H Ray, Dr C B Waller, Dr J R Grant, Dr B V Ferguson. , and Dr Otto Whifctington ffj , s Attending the convention fKom lope are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jonfesf Mr and Mrs H E. Thrash and Mrs. B. M. Jones. %| >/s ENLISTED MAN KILLED >» Coal Hill, Nov 15 — (/P)— Micheal Hess of Coal Hill, an army enlist,-^ ed man, was killed in action , in" Italy Oct 15, relatives here 'Were notified. „ * ,* V* ••'V presses, 12,264,332 bales of and 43,633 bales of linters, corny pared with 12,651,553 of lanl and 64,779 of linters a year ago ,--f Cotton spindles active during ..Ocj tober numbered 22,599,426 CO%IT pared with 23,018,266 in October last year. ' ,J products including two two vegetables and two and T 'Petticoat Larceny NO ASPIRIN FASTER than genuiae, pure St. Joseph Aspirin. World's largest seller at 10f!. None safer, none surer. Peroand St. Joseph Aspirin. Wanttd —Milk Atte.nt.iQn Farm Producers! We will buy- all the fresh milk you can bring in to Olie's Dairy ,^ WOULPM'T BRING'IT OUT TO ME 1 •""• MAPS - "~ 6OJEOUTTME FRONT POOR and Hit Friend* Subject to Change BONI&HTS 9 rue , MGHTI AFTZK. PAYS Qf 'PREPAKXTlOfiJ, Ffteeei.es AM? ITS WORLD —'THERF ARE-OMiy [STOP VVQRRYlMf-.-.-ITS esr? PiOae our ' }. STILL gwsw / ^-rr Wetee NOT OOIM& I GUESS go HOT— I'N/e „ WED SETTEfi „ SOID ABOUT / CHANGE WORTH By Merrill Blosser WE OUGHT* f I'VE \ UNDERLINE./ ^ 'AU?EN>y m x POSITIVELY*// i pQfJ^ P3V"TT>S1 V.SS* f THAT/ NOTICE John P. Vesey, Hope attorney and chairman of the Stale Police Com- High Tribunal (Continued From Page One) canned meats, fruits. The Garden clubs raled as follows: Iris 1st, Azalea 2nd, and Hose 3rd. Home Demonstration lubs: Hopewell 1st, Liberty Hill nd, and South Sardis 3rd. In the open class exhibits where idividual canned products were [isplayed and Christmas ideas for children nnd adults the following awards of ribbons were given: Steak, Mrs. K. G. Rateliff A; Toma- oes, Mrs. Oliver Adams A; Mrs. loy Allison B; Soup mixture, Mrs. Roy Allison A; string beans, Mrs. Oliver Adams A, Mrs. H. G. Rat- :liff B; lima beans, Mrs. Oliver Adams A, Mrs. K. G. Rateliff A, Mrs. Roy Allison B; fruit juice, Mrs. Roy Allison A; pickled pepper, Mrs. W. H. Ratcliff A; mixed Pierce, commanding officer. Pfc. Hugh B. Gilbert has recently been transfered from Nashville, Tenn., to Forl Knox, Ky. Blevins, judged all of Ihe exhibils | author j ty he now had. He was rep- during the day. resenled in the Muncrief case by The County Council of Home Demonstration clubs was called to- g'elher for a short session by Ihe mission, county council president, Mrs. Earlie McWilliams. Fourteen home demonstration clubs were represented at the council meeting with 44 women present. The 1944 council officers were elected at this session. They are as follows: President, Mrs. C. A. Phillips of Sweet Home; vice-presidents, Mrs. C .R. Willard, Marlbrook, Mrs. Jeff Tolletl, North Sardis; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. W. T. Yarbcrry. Sweet Home; reports, Mrs. Troy Irvin, Marlbrook and Mrs. Eli Kidd, Avery Chapel; song leaders, Mrs. Mark Jackson, and awards were made to the Doyle and Mrs. Jack Huckabee, Liberty Hill. Achievement plans County Council president, Mrs. Early McWilliams—a Home Makers Home Demonstration club pin was awarded for her 'fine services as president of the council for the past two years. Clubs outstanding with' reports and olher achievements during the year: Doyle 1st, Uni|iri. Grove 2nd, Mt. Nebo 3rd, Boyd's Chapel 4th, Marlbrook 5th, Hopewell Gth, and LiberGty Hill 7th, Club reporters that were outstanding and received awards, Mrs. J. P. Hty.t- son of Doyle and Miss Audrey Kennedy of South Sardis. President'-s reports that received mention, Holly Grove, Mt. Nebo, Evening filled up our foxhole operating rooms. At 2 o'clock the firing increased and I sent a runner to ask a marine infantry commander on the beach for help. He had only 15 men and couldn't, spare them. Then I got two marines plodding up a jungle trail to take up guard positions in the jungle 30 feet from the tent. The corpsmen helped in operations and piled sandbags around tents as the firing increased. Finally a platoon of marines came to our aid and set up a defensive position.. My surgeons continued operating until 9 o'clock Only then did we evacuate the patients, now numbering 50. Not one died during the day despite the confusion." Bribery Charges Are Dismissed Oklahoma City, Nov. 15 W ribery charges against former overnor Leon C. Phillips and his ne-time parol.e officer, Robert R. itzgerald, were dismissed at the pening of their trial today on moon of the prosecution. The dismissal left the conspir- cy count for immediate hearing. The motion was mandatory' on he court and County Attorney eorge Miskoysky sajd. the state vould elect to try Fitzgerald first. The pair are accused of conspir- | ng to obtain: $500. each for a parole ' or life termer Dr. J. Eisiminger ' :r.om the state prison. Dudley was granted, a recess to check over his list- of witnesses be- 'ore deciding whether he would agree or contest the state-'s decision to try Fitzgerald first. The maximum penalty for conspiracy is two years imprisonment and a fine of $100^.000, : More ' lhan. four score witnesses had been summoned by bolh sides, for the trial. A white potald is more thai three-fourths water. agency it has also developed such intricate and involved administrative review machinery that liti- nls are completely bewildered by the maze of procedure through which they must wander to eventually arrive at a court which will grant them only the crumbs of judicial relief." "This situation must be changed and changed immediately," it de- economic stabilization program." "The Smith report is based upon questionable, and in many in stances, seriously based interpretations of the statutory and const! tulional powers of OPA," whicl asserted the 'consumers-prolect commitlee had a memberership o more than CO congressmen "vilallj concerned with the effective oper ation of our price control an rationing program." The rqply said this group "doe lot hold that the OPA should b ibove criticism or thai Ihe OPA i clared. In a period of Jess than 19 months, Ihe commiltee said, 3,196 regulations, amendments and orders were issued by OPA, many of them having been drafted by 'obscure officials having liltle business experience." Only 552 public laws were enacted by Congress during the same period, it added.' There was no immediate official comment by OPA, but Reps. Scan- Ion (D-Pa) and McMurray (D Wist, chairman and secretary re- Shade, Boyd's Chapel and Wallaoe- burg. RepoiUs were made from Friend^ Cotton Consumption Drops in October Washington ,Nov. 15 (/P)— The— Census Bureau reported today cotton consumed during October totaled 846,209 bales of lint and 117,399 bales of linters, compared with 973,086 of lint and 115,900 of linters during October. For the three months ending Oct. 31, cotton consumption totaled 2,- 560,578.bales of lint and 336,205 bales of linters, compared with 2;857,733 of lint and 353,505 of linters in the corresponding period a year ago. Cotton on hand Oct. 31 was re-' ported held-as follows: In consuming establishments, 2,203,829 bales of lint and 431,221 bales of linters, compared with 2,- Amazing Way for "RUN-DOWN "people to get Nf iv he past has not made some mis- -075,172 of lint and 309.780 of linters takes," but added: "Those forces i a year ago, n our country who have from the In public storage and at com- oulsel opposed effeclive price con- .rol and rationing will, in the Smith commillee report, find comfort and a new weapon in their fight against our war government's anti-inflation program." ^TROLEUM JEUYTHISWAY iger.Spmd slowly, aj ^u..« fibres prove MpfpL^,- bigh quality. For diaper rash --chufingf So, triple size, We. 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Follow label directions. « ship, Liberty Hill and Doyle that they had shipped hteir products to Cripple Children's home. Thjs is an annual project' for County Council Home Demonstration clubs. Each year they give around 300 quarts to Arkansas Crippled Children's Home. A collection of canned products were left from the exhibit to be shipped to the Crippled Children's home. These were dpn.ated by Walla.ceburg, Boyd's Ohapel, Sardis, Union Grove, Friendship and Marlbrook. Other clubs of the county will make their donations soon. At the noon hour sandwiches, hot coffee and doughnuts were served to the members of the council. An executive meeting will be held for the old council officers and the new ones ijj January- Tlie council adjourned to meet with Walhjceburg in north end of county and South Sa,rdis south end of- county for March council IN THE ARMY AIR FORCIS they say "DAWN P*TROUING" to do your bes * SUGAR Ml*!*" togirl friend tb« favorite cigarette with men CAM iL$ HAVg a0T WHAT IT TAKiS, AU RIGHT PtgNT>< 0F FLAVOR MHPMfSf fliit IN THi SSRVICf Coast Guard, the favorite Camel. (Based pa a.ctu^l sales

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