Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 17, 1933 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 17, 1933
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I V^ ^^. *<MHMrtHHriM*MMMBMHHBBB>HHHHMhl^lHMMBBMaMMMHBIBHHBBHBBi^M» jfekMf. and Mrs. Gilbert Fuller and OBSIdWii of Bodcaw No. 1 stopped a ' te Sunday evening with Mr. and . Joe England. iofi Darwin and family were Sun- visitors with their brother, Lee Slibert^bf near Fulton. .-Misses Ada May and LaVeta England *nd brother, Lee, attended the ; Tjaccalaurate sermon at the Saenger "'""*' > In Hope, Sunday morning. jep Gentry, a patient at Hoi .ga, spent the week end with his and, spent Sunday with their | ', Marshman, Sunday. „=„ Walker and Mrs. Walker and *,«»., Thomas, weYe Sunday afternoon Hvisaters of Mr. and Mrs. John Reece. &. and Mrs. George Johnson and , Raymond, Howard Reece and •nond Jordan of Henrys Chapel i Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and i. -au.^ John Reece. *<"' Roy Rogers and family were Sunday ^'afternoon guests of relatives near Bod- $".'School closes here Thursday with "'•ft program. Miss Ada May England, p -?feacher, has taught a successful school • here. sp.< tO. L.' Mitchell and daughter, Miss |C<j5ala, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett |/of Strttott spent Sunday afternoon with "Pit, and Mrs. Joe England. f?f .Mrs, Grady Reece and Mrs. H. W. were Saturday evening visitors ' J. S. Reed. Battlefield "• * The program was well attended here last Friday night. They made ?819. i Mrs. Roy McDowell and Mrs. Frank Hill spent Sunday afternoon with ,Mrs. Elbert Tarpley. , Allen Johnson and family from ^Spring Hill spent Sunday afternoon '^wtth J.-A. Smith and family. I' f&r. and Mrs. Arlin Moses spent |>,Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Tar- You'll Call This Dress Magic Dresses that are destined to be successes of the summer,. season. Absolutely new from neck to hefci. Every tew clays brings shipments of more of them. Summer's Leading Styles In smart dresses of weighted silk crepe and other silken fabrics. With the Gibson Girl shoulder effects, and all the other new style motifs. Real bargains in this Back To Nor rralcy Sale. $2.98 There's a dash of 1933 sophistication in this group of carefully tailored silk dress styles - Paris-inspired shoulders. Gay new prints New fabrics, and each style is strictly new Sale price— $4.9 See this colection of dresses, and it will be easy to plan your Summer wardrobe. Summer Lingerie Our depratmcnt of lingerie was never more complete. Featuring Munsingwear garments—national known and advertised. And the pick of the markets in popular price garments. New Slips Rayon Slips New Silk Hose , .. and Mrs. Elmer Nations and . ,TVtrs. Jack Huckabee from Spring Hill ', came over with Bro. and Sister Wil* liams and attended church. We are, Sorry to report Mrs. Clara Koe is on 1 the sick list. Mrs. Willie Tarpley from 'Spring ' Hill spent the week end -with relatives ! 'here. j • " Mrs. >: Jordan McBay and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McBay and childrer JSrorr* Bodcaw spent the week end with relatives here. ' 'Millard Haltom from Fairview spen "last Sunday with "Dump Smith and family. New Hope 1 Miss Hazel Watkins returned home Friday to spend the summer with her parents. Bro Allen of Fairview will preach here Sunday and Sunday night. Ev- t eryone is invited to come and hear | him. I We are very sorry to hear of little • William Gearheard getting bitten by a rattlesnake Sunday afternoon. We, hope he will soon recover. Guy Watkins of Oaklcnd: attended "the B. Y. P. U. here Sunday night. We are sorry to hear of Wilma Ruth (Roberts being ill. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Spring Hill IX r \v { Mr. and Mrs. Mike Foley Sr., spent Saturday night and Sunday with their daughter Mrs. T. A. Turner in Hope. Miss Clara Lou Foster returned home from Prescott recently where she has been visiting with her aunt, Mrs. A. L. Powell, for a few days. Miss Andrews of Hope is a guest at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sasser. Miss Klovia Boyce was home from Texarkana for the week end. Chas. Turner and wife of Texarkana visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuckabee a while Sunday afternoon, after spending most of the day at the Homecoming at Washington. Mesdames Tom and Aleck Clark and children were down from Prescott from Friday till Sunday, visiting relatives here and at Fairview. Mrs. Frank Hill and Mrs. Bracy Smith were shopping in Hope Saturday. Mrs. Willie Tarpley is spending a while at Battlefield and attended the play at the church Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McDowell were down from Hope Sunday, also Mr. and Mrs. John Bartlett. There will be a play rendered a the Baptist church Sunday night sponcered by r?ie League. We had a hard rain here Sunday night and Monday. • i » Death Valley Marsh Kill* Water Fow LAS VEGAS, Nev.—(/P)—Seventy eight species of birds and water fow have been listed by ornithologists as visitors to Death Valley although th arid-sub sea region is virtually with out water. Numerous geese, ducks, cranes ant herons have been noted recently a a small swimming pool near Stov Pipe Wells and many, mistaking th salt marshes for water have alighte and perished. •» l • CAIRO—WP>—A great shrinkage in the number of pilgrims to Mecca this year is revealed by official Egyptian figures. Only 1,259 Moslems appwea for the passports, compared with" 2,128 bit year, 4834 ia Wl «w4 W* * 1930. Phoenix Silk Hose Custom fit top, made of certified silk. Of sheer chiffon. The standard of fashionable women. All Silk Hosiery In chiffon and semi-service, also service weight, nil the new .shades for your white and black 98c 4 Cf» • **** shoes. Back to Normalcy Sale price, 4Q(» Per -pair ^ 9 W Ladies' Silk Hose, fancy tops, dull finish, jiew light and dark shades. Back to ~ ~ Normalcy Sale, price, per pair Ladies Rayon Hose in our Back to Normalcy Sale, per pair Ladies' mercerized Hose for service, all sizes. Sale price, per pair Good Cotton Stockings, in our Back to Normalcy Sale, per pair Children's and Misses Anklets, solid colors, with fancy tops. Back to Normalcy .IQl* Sale, per pair I MV Children's Anklets, plain silk and stripes Back to Normalcy Sale price Per pair • •< 4 fig • **** ML New Dress Caps 25c Men's and boys' dress caps in patterns that arc new and smurt. Just the thing to top off your Summer wardrobe. High Grade Caps Of finest woolen materials, and unusully smart patterns. Sale price.... £££& Underwear Values Summer Silks Cotton prices are going up. More prosperous days are in store for South* you can buy your Summer needs at Robison's at great savings—before pri levels on our tremendously complete stock. We want to give you a chanc< we are "The Leading Department Store." All prices are advancing, but Attractively designed slips of nainsook and other cotton fabrics. Sale price 25c Bias cut or silhouette cut rayon and cotton slips, trimmed in lace. Sale price All Silk Crepe Slips The finest garment we've ever offered at this low price- Imagine 95c buying a full length, bias cut slip with shaped tops. Sale price 98c Look-Well Girdles In all sizes. Back to Normalcy Sale price Look-Well Brassieres^ In all sizes. Neatly made. Sale price •• Munsingwear Step-ins and Bloomers. Pastel shades. Sale price Cotton Gowns In all sizes. Marked down in this sale 98c and Comes now our complete showing of the authentic designs in Summer silks. Purchased before the recent rapid advances in silks, we offer real savings, and a great variety of patterns to select from. All the new shades in solids, prints, little dots, big dots, QRf* checks—anything£n Sily. Sale price, per yard WWW All-Silk solid Crepe and All-Silk printed Crepe, in several CQ«« smart arid interesting patterns. Sale price, per yard Wwl* New Rayon Silk, in all 1 the wanted solid colors and patterns. ^1 Qf» Sale price, per yard. •»%/** Toyjetry Savings All This Week May 15th to 20th Mello-Glo Face Powder New Ponds Face Powder Coty Face Powder, Perfume free 35c size Ponds Cold Gre.am 49c 49c 98c 23c 50c size Ipana Tooth Paste , 50c size Hinds Honey and Almoiyl Cream Big can Talcum Powder Good Face Powder 29c 29c 10c lOc IS We've a Bale of > Big Values! Live in cotton :md love it! Trices ore climbing up every day. Am till: more of cotton f-ood.s you buy, the higher the prices go. Sew while it's slill cool in the morninp,;;. While sheer summer fabrics ar luw priced in ibis sale. Win. Anderson Wide W.de Picnic, blue, pink, yellow AQ(J i'JD^ '-""'Veen. P<-'r y'"' tl f^W Win. Audi-iron, IJ'.l-inch Chiffon Voiles, beautiful patterns, in iiyht and dark backgrounds, per ytird :.... \Vin. Anderson new Cotfon Malieasse, comes in pink, AQl blue, green, yellow and while. Sale p"tice per yard.... twl Grgundres are bin this .;casor>, sqlul colors'. QQl I'.ile i.rico, per yard—l!)c to WW 1'iiiitcd Organdies, .solid baek-j'.round with dots. AQt Kale price, p.n' yard—l!lc to .-•-'-• "*" ern Arkansas, from every present indication. Summer is almost here, and of the things you need advance. We've marked prices down to rock-bottom buy before the big price advances are in effect. And we want to show that f can still buy at Robison's at the lowest prices in 20 years. - Rayon Pajamas Tailored or lace trimmed. Qftf Sale price W%»*» Rayon Gowns Neatly tailroed. Pastel Qfi( shades. Sale price WWW Rayon Step-ins and Panties. Fine materials. Sale price : Rayon Step-ins Wear so beautifully—cost 4 Cfk so little. Sale price I **V Wash Dresses You'll adore the long flattering lines of these wash frocks that keep you looking cool no matter how hot the weather. Tubfast percale and prints. Organdie trimmed. Sale price Bed Spreds Novelty Cotton and Rayon bed spreads, in now designs. Sale price— 98c Cotton Bed .Spreads, in a good weight >l Q£ of material. Sale price - "Tww Sheets Cases Good quality sheets, size 81x90. Such AQ(« low prices can't last long, now. Each....*t**W Pillow cases to match. Size 42x36. 1 f)C Sale price I Wv Yard wide Prints', last colors, Back to Normalcy Sale, per yard 10c New printed and solid color Voiles, fasc colors, Sale price, per yard IQc Solid color Broadcloth, Back to Normalcy Sale price, yard 10c New Cretonne, beautiful patterns, Back to Normalcy Sale, yard 9-4 Brown Sheeting, Back to Noij inaicy baie price, per yard 15C % Ivanhoe solid Prints, A. B. C. 80x8J rrmis, bale price, per yard' 15c New Voiles, new Batiste, printe^ patterns, last colors, per yard Daytime Cotton Dresses \ There's style in these cool new garments. And there's value at these low prices. Seersucker, the season's newest fad. Tubfast pique, pique- voile and artistic cotton prints made up into the cleverest dresses we've ever shown at these sale prices 98c-$l.98 Children's Wash Dresses Miss.es from 6 to 16 will feel very "grown-up" in these dresses. As carefully styled as big sister's. Fashioned on decidedly smart lines. Tub-fast and sun-fast. Ruffled organdie collars and cuffs. 49c-98c Curtains Ready made curtains, complete and ready to be hung up. Back to Normalcy Sale price— 25c Curtain Scrim. White or ecru, in flowered designs. Yard - 10c Bath Towels 8 ounce 'Feather-proof Ticking, Back to Normalcy Sale, yard 15c Mattress Ticking, good grade. Sale price, per yard lOc Prints and Chambrays, Hack to Normalcy Sale price, yard 39-inch Blue Bell Batistes, fas color, Sale price, per yard 19c DC-inch Pique, white and colon Sale price, per yard Summer Hats You'll call this "hat magic" wuenyou see our collection of hats priced now at 49e. It will be an easy matter to select the very hat for your Summer costume. And only Two groups of outstanding style creations of the summer V—^~v season. In all the new shapes and materials. QQft A good weight Turkish bath towel, sr/.e 20x40. With colored borders. They soak up the moisture. Back to Normalcy Sale price— IOC o'J-inch Wm. Anderson Garde^ Date Printed Voiles, yai-i 25c Win. Anderson Sheerspiin Lawn stripes and fancy patterns, yard 25c Summer Shoe Values For All The Family Iron's Slippers, Straps and Ox- I'Jrds, all sizes up to 2, Back to Normalcy Sale price, QQfi the pair 5JOC Our Siioe Department is filled with tin.- new styles in Novelty Footwear. Ladies Fine Shoes White or black kid, in pumps, straps and ties. Medium Cuban or high heels. Sale price $2.98 Sale of Enna Jettick Shoes In black kid, sun tan and patent. Ties and pumps, medium or high heels. Sale price, pair $2.98 One Group Shoes In pumps, tics and straps, in the new Summer shoe styles. White, black or sand colors. All heels—all sizes. Sale price $1.98 Ladies' Sport Oxfords, Back lo Normalcy Sale price per pair only Ladies' Sport Oxfords, Back to Normalcy Sulu price fl* A per pair only $ I a Ladle;;' Linen Sandals, in wliite, blue and green. £ale price, per pair.. Ladies' Sandals, white, ecru and blue, medium heels, leather soles. Back to Normalcy Sale,' pair .... Good Bleaching, Back to Normalcy Sale price, per yard 5c 36-inch Brown Domestic, Back to Normalcy Sale price, per yard And one group of bath towels. Sale price 5c VTcn's Work "iocs, best Scout in the country, Sale price, per pair only r 98c Extra good quality Work Shoes, plain otcs or cap toes, £ 4 M A Sale price, the pair.... 9 I •1O Men's Dies;; Oxfords, black and sport •Combination Oxfords, Sale prire, ihe p Men's Drctti Oxfords, hard heels or rubber heels, leather or composition soles Lalu price.', the p^cir Men's and Boys Dress Oxfords in black, cap toes. Sale price, the pair Tennis Shoes, sun tun and white, men's women and children; still selling that good quality, at, the pair $1.98 $1.48 49c Extra Savings In Daily Needs New assortment of Beads, sold up to 50c Klc White and colored Bags for summer 4!)c Ladies Handkercntera, 2 for 5c Ladies' pure Linen Handkerchiefs, each 5c Ladies, big, fancy Handkerchiefs, each lOc Ladies' New Belts, each 25c 1'ure Linen Table- Napkins, plain white and white with colored borders lOc Dri-ss Buttons of all kinds, i-ard lOc lo !i!)c Men's Canvas Gloves, pair 5c Men's all-leather Hor.se Midi 1 Gloves 4!lc Men's Garters, wide web, pair lOc Bias Tapes, fast colors, package Sc 5 yard package boil-proof elastic IDc Shirts and Shorts Robison's lowest price ever for combed cotton white ribbed shirts and cotton broadcloth shorts in assorted patterns. Each Athletic Suits Men's and boys' athletic style of cool nainsook union suits. "Elastic webbing in back. Sale price the suit I5c 25c / s. High grade Athletic union suits of better quality nainsook, the suit.... Men's extra size union suits, Sizes 48 to 54, the suit * \ Cooper brand Summer "weight union •'l suits, Robison's sale price i 'I Kerry Kul Union suits,' comfortable, cool, and guaranteed to fit .*. Balbriggan union suits, | ankle length and short sleeves. Sale price 39c 49c 69c 75c 39c Boys Wash Suits Cotton broadcloth wash suits in .sizes from 'i to 6. Cool, serviceable Jplaysuits, in new patterns. Sale [price— 3 9 C •One jjroup of high grade wash I suits of eool cotton materials, and I n patterns that are chrammg. Jalc price— c* i r T?' bale or I les A special purchase and scll- , ing of fine hand-made all /\silk neckties. In the newest patterns of the season, and i price that is a bargain. 69C One lot of good patterns in neckwear for summer. Robison's price Men's Sox Men's Cooper .sox in solid and fancy patterns. A good value OCa» For fcOC Men';; fancy dress sox, in fancy pat- li'rns and colid colors. 1 OM 15c mid I UC Men's Work Sox Cotton price:; are Koing up, and you may not be offered these sox at such a reasonable price much longer. The pair Work Shirts Men's and boys' chambray work shirts. There's full measure in both the material and the tailoring in these shirts. Sale price— 25c Men's Red Kap Work Shirts—made of dependable chambray. Cut full—triple stitched. Medium weight. Sale price 49c Boys' Red Kap Work Shirts. A big favorite among South Arkansas boys. Cut to full size. Medium weight. Triple stitched. Two pockets , Enjoy Summer In A New Suit! The approaching Summer season will bring more fun to man who greets these days of promise of better things, in a new suit of clothes, And such great values can't last forever. Tropical Worsted Suits They're tailored in the manner of the finest suits, and of genuine all wool materials. Cool and comfortable. In a great variety of patterns. You may pay 'niuch higher prices next year. Buy now for several season's wear. Sale price— Cur lee Clothes Made of Summerhaven Cloth Other makers suggest $25.00 as the selling price for this quality. As cool and comfortable as linen, and wear better. The summer styles in this fine brand of high grade all wool suits are truly knock-outs. Men have been well pleased with 'the appearance of these splendid clothes. It will take several seasons wear to show their lasting and wearing value. Extra Trousers $3.00 New Straw Styles Park your head under one of these cool and lightweight straws. Every straw material, shape and shade. Plain 3r fancy hat bands. Sailors of soft straws. Prices start at— Straw Hat Values Possibly the greatest you'll find in town. 69c 98c$1.48 $1.98 $2.48 S ummer Pants Dress pants—tan with stripes or white with stripes in a very fine trouser tor Summer wear. $1.48 a~ad "Hawk" brand trousers—blue and tan with stripes, in the genuine Stifel fabrics. Sale price Men's trousers in navy blue or stripes. Also in tan, gray or blue Couvcrt CQf cloth. Sale price D9C 98c tan with 98c Sanforized Shrunk Pants tailored by Master-bill. Guaranteed 100 per cent wool. Try-ply twist. An ideal pant for summer wear. Men's and young men's models. $2.98 Pigskin Purses We've just received a shipment of new While purses, made of pigskin. The newest lusluou for summer. Included in this sale at Ail head sizes. Sale prices ?1.98 and. 98c 49c White and Colored Bags for Summer one lot new white bags OCg W E GIVE EAGLE TRADING STAMPS **.• Cum mar • - -•-•• **^^ ^^ The Leading upartment Store" _ _ <_ — _^ %• I * ^ _ ison HOPE PRESCOTT NASHVILLE Overalls A whale of a value—our 220 wt. denim overalls and jackets to match. Made to specifications which means full cut, good color and well ttilched. tiucii values won't last long. Our price, the garment— 49c up Men's summer weigiit dress pants, in a variety of all wool fabrics and new patterns. In all sizes. Sale price v $1.98 Sale of Shirts A selling of odds and ends of our shirt department, including discontinued patterns and brands. If bought on today's market these shirts would be at least ?1.89. Out they go at— 98c Robison's fast selling dress shirts in the new Summer patterns offer more in value and style for the money than ever. Sturdy cotton broadcloth. Fade- proof—fast colors—lull size::. One big group of new Summer styles in dress shirts. For the men who know a bargain when they see one. Every detail of this sturdy shirt speaks value. Sale price 49c 39c Columbus Mrs. J. S. Wilson, Sf, to the Presbyterian AuxiliarjK i lumbus, on Wednesday afterlftK her home. The spacious livinllf was artistically decorated wutti<< neso tapestries, painting* fcttdV treasures collected by the ' ing her travels in the tt The setting being most apjjrj the program presented by' Stuart, "Light Bearers !n ( president, Mrs. David Wil«6fc-' ed and the devotional wai J Mrs. J. O. Johnson Sr., MM,' Shepperson gave a short "China and Her Troubles."^ impressive pagent was pru_-_,_ Mrs. J. S. Wilson Jr., and Mftlf ; Jackson. Following the J* business session was held, ports from all committees tt heard. At the conclusion of the '« ing, the members were J the dining room and were ly reminded of the auxiliary^ day, by the 21 little candles, tWU cheerfully a-top the big an(H cake which centered the tabl [ was lovely covered with an __ I iered Chinese linen cloth,.aifii*_.,., hand-painted china, each ;platsil|^ ing marked with a colorful:~" souvenir. A little musical ; pti . .the Orient was filled with, ttfej-fili I'day offering. Members preiwhtf Mrs. David Wilson, Mrs. It'E. JiT" Mrs. J. S. Wilson Sr., Mts. " " son Jr., Mrs. E. J. SheppersoBr Thurman Blackwood, Mrs., T.--'Lv|fi ' son Mrs. J. O. Johnson, Mri.0 Wilson, Mrs. Janie Johnson, Mi«*i dred ohnson Mrs. R. C.'.'&tuttrff Mrs. Herbert Schooley visitor. Mr. and Mrs. R. C.' Stuart/ih week end guest Mrs. W. B; Texarkana. . ,.,:»,„ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wilson iotf tie Rock spent the week e and Mrs. Jim Wilson Jr. Mrs. H. H. Darnall and -,,,....,nail have returned from a visit'/i relatives in Vivian; La., .' ^'£$«; Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Booker and i; Mary Autxey of Texarkana, end guests of Dr. and 1 Autrey. • '/%£$& Miss Ida Cheathanv of" spent the week end with Shepperson. ., -»&*• Mrs. T. T., Clendenin, , Miss _._ Clendenin and Mrs. S. H. Smith'« visiting with relatives in Carrol Byrd of the Rio ley is visiting with his aunt M. Bolding. • ',,',''">] Mr. and Mrs. imm Gordon of mos were guests Sunday of Bristow: .' ". / /• Mr. and Mrs. David :Wils6n r r Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.* •Jirn guson at Nashville. ,».<V Jim Wilson and Mrs. R. Ei. Ji were visitors to Nashville;-' Mrs. N. A. Bellar of LittlefL Mf spent the week end,.with Mrsi,-iJ:Si Wilson. Sr.' ''^3A Centerville Misses Addie and .n.uwj,, spent Thursday night and Friday witfi Ncda, Glen and'.Marie And(Sr&, r ' Next Sunday afternoon' Mr,,"•JbK Cox of Hope is to lecture here..:t||p Miss Mable Rodden of Harmony//:i»f visiting frbnds and relatives here th week. . N ' '" Mr. Luther Gleghorn of StaraJj ppen tlast week end, with Mr, and Mr£'|j Leo Jones and sons. Mr. and, Mrs. Petre of Melrose, »« Will Erwin and daughter Susie called -3 on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erwin 'Satur-' day afternoon. . * The party given by Dorothy Ben- , nett Saturday night was well attended and every one reported a nice time', i , Mr. Paul Buie of near Prescott spent'cSj Sunday night with Mr. Jim Gleghorn. T Miss Dorothy Jean Goyens spent J Saturday night with Misses Jean Mildred Givcris. , Mrs. E. L. Brightwell and grancU' daughter Miss Gladys Watson and Mr.'^ Clyde Fritz of Hope, Mr. and Mnjftj l Clyde Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Fred-ffl Buie of Fulton called on Mr. and Mrs, 1 M L. L. Gleghorn and family. *" Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rodden spent, Saturday night with their parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rodden of Harmony. Tokio Mr. and Mrs. Mallery McFarland were shopping in Nashville Saturday, i Messrs, J. J. and Will Threat were business visitors to Nashville Saturday. A. C. Holt was a business visitor to Nashville Friday. Miss Elva Hooker of Nashville spent the past week end with Miss Kath- crinc Hold at this place. George C. McLarty was a business visitor to Ashdown Friday. Chas. Reed Watson of Highland was a Tokio visitor Saturday. Mrs. Vernon McLaughlin and Mrs., Martha Holcomb were Bingen visitors Thursday. Miss Helen. Ruth Stueart of Arka^ dclphia spent Sunday with home folks here. Miss Alma Cooley was shopping jn Nashville Friday. Messrs. Elden Cooley and Ralph Holcomb of Hot Springs spent Suiv* day with home folks here. Mrs. M. L. Stueart was shopping in Nashville Friday. Sam Huddleston and Roy Wisdom were visitors to Prescott Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Whitmorris and little son, Thomas Lloyd, of Prescott, are visiting relatives here. William Robins of Ozan visited friends hero Sunday. V. A. McLaughlin was a business visitor to Nashville Friday. Dr. L. R. Jones of Bingen was a professional visitor here Thursday, Raid Chili's Diplomat* SANTIAGO, Chile.—(/P)—A slippery gang of thieves here has a penchant for diplomatic prey. The thieves raid only diplomats' homes and apartments. It is reported that the gang has "foreign brains." Several envoys have lost furniture, dinner service and personal effects. One foreign trade official was sunning himself in the rear garden and his wife WAS sleeping while thieves ransacked the house, taking $750 worth of clothing.

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