Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 16, 1954 · Page 14
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Hope, Arkansas
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$ '#rY*Tr *£^ w\ K "'"'' " o -•"£ •-?"""," ""* "-,!'"xV >'',-> V '* ( T^-,a ! f i>i W ? ''' : ^;^p^ -' V- ; ^^V.'-^W MOPt St Aft, HOPE, ARKANSAS •i««i^^^^^™' iuib Ousted gliib Waif in ihe palit' after iiiS buStei? t M »«e ruling Pttmier Grflrnal «~., .akitig .bver ns act- |M|:-^e$teir : daj! i * held un- feo ot the 1S52 ek-Klng^arcUK, implicated ,v.,«.a1; plot by fjfoihei hootl lo fjbetwoen the two flared Into 'ifor power last then as rules Na presi and . in a govorn- „.„._. Cairo without [Wreak of violence. «mained still calm e; 1 'atmosphere was and >. tt i ."vser;ou.«]y wounded ^.Jlfoaiiy.; yesterday, before ilbtsjoilslur, in suburban Hcl- "";• V A'government rpokeoman «ottfe .fighting occurred v/nen feclosed'in on Yousscf Talaat, .V leader of the Moslem liei-Hoods secret order, and "ubfrU 'tried to clear the wsy jifescfipe, using machine guns •Broiler Meals" was given by Miss McClennahan. The next meeting will be held on December 14th at 7 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Ellis Stewart. Each member is asked to bring Christmas decorating idea. Cold drinks and cookies were enjoyed during the social hour. Mrs. T. M. Bemis and Mrs. C F. Pitlman were in Mot Springs. Friday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton have returned to their home in Little Rock after a visit with relatives Army and Navy Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Lane (She is also a doctor) of Little Rock announce the arrival of a son, David a! Michael, on November 4lh. Dr. I Lane is the former Miss Leslie Ann Buchanan of Prescott. Sgt. Harold Locke has returned to Fort Hood after a visit with Mrs. Locke. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mann and son of El Dorado have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ward. Mrs. Annie Bernard spent Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Woodall O f |nesday in Texarkana. Norphett were the Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cox and Mrs. J. T. McRae motored to Tex- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burke and arkana Wednesday for the day. Mrs. W. K. Burke had as.theirs weekend guests, Homer Burke and son, John, of Matoon, 111. Mrs. Horace McCain of Gurdon was a Saturday visitor in Prescott. Mrs. Thurman Dewoody and Mr. Jerry Dewoody of Oklahoma City, Okla., have been the guests of Br. and Mrs. Coy Dewoody and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dewoody. said Talaat, Ink il custody, confessed' that approved a brother- j.^,.,.. kill Nasser and take : thV government, f J fr srr fwnas Edison was 32 years old j^be'* produced the first com fia,llyy'practlcal electric light jfHRITIS? rt |»««n wonderfully blasted In belnj d'to.oellve life'afler being crippled V«v«Vj|ol|it In-my body and w|lh cuwr? MwSn'iw >from ;head to foot. I bhtumotold ArfhrltU and other forms kl/ Wmot!im>; hands deformed and my £.H« b '^ j I *• \ f- d ipoce prohibits telling you more »»','», V« will'write we, I will reply esond tell you how I received this - '-fMUf >, ; ; Lela S. Wier & && B H of 2 69 D 5 r ' Ve . Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Haynie have Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tompkinsj returned to Houston, Texas after have returned from Jefferson City, a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hay-- - - •• - ----- nie and Mr. and Mrs .'Tom Hasley. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McGuire have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. T. H. Frisby and family in Tyler, Texas. Mo,, where they were called due to the death of their brother-in- law Judge R. P. Conkling. PREVIEW—Already Hawaii's children of half-a FSrSa preparing Christmas-P«?,,J?Ljp year's Yuletide season. In the melting-pot islands, little angels, like these Honolulu youngsters/often have Oriental or Polynesian faces And Joseph and the shepherds, with their homemade "sheep" may be Puerto Rican, Filipino or Portuguese. Miss Ann McSwain and C. T. Tompkins have returned from Fayetteville where they attended the Ark—S. M. U. game. Miss McSwain New Buicks to Have Three Colors ' FLINT, Mich. (UP) The 1953 Buicks will have higher horsepow-1 er, three-tone colors and refine} ments in the same general styl ing lines that boosted Buick into third place in new car sales dining 1954, it was announced today. A new grill removing the "scowl" on the 1954 models and new rear fenders with new tail lights will give the 1955 models a longer, lower silhouette in the rear. The distinctive sloping doorbell line was retained, but softened with some new lines. Horsepower in the Roadmaster, Super and Century scries was boosted to 236 horsepower and to 188 in the special. The Dyriaflow -transmission was changed to give greater cruising economy plus, extra power for passing and picking up speed from stops. Buick said it has improved gasoline mileage an miles per gallon at miles an gines. Power steering, previously stand- Tuesday, November 16,1954 ard equipment on master models, was made standard on the Super Models also. RI'oKY IDENTIFICATION LOS ANGELES , (UP) pcl-'ce bullentin printed a picture of E> woman known as Grace who wanted ft r forgery and issmn, felony conviction identification. The Egyptians mumified many birds as sacred animals. JARRY'J RED HOT WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hamilton dTM~IV~~iJ« J."J-» V-* • S"* 11 ^-* i**-"-"-" *•»*•— •> *-..- , . , .1 • i_ was the guest of Miss Joan Gilbert have moved into their home on at the Pi Beta Phi house. Mrs. C. D. McSwain and Mrs. O. Hirst were the Wednesday and East Elm St. that they recently purchased and remodeled. Dr J B Hesterly returned Wed- ^jr t tlirst were ine vvcuiicouaj «HL. ^-*i. u. u. j Thursday guests of Mrs. Matt Hitt nesday f ? m St Lou.s where he Center Cut Pork Chops PRESCOTT NEWS in Little Rock. W e dnesday November 17 The choir of the Presbyterian Church will practice on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the church. There will be cantata practice on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Methodist Church. Thursday November 18 The Benjamin Gulp Chapter D. A. R. will have a guest day luncheon at the Lawson Hotel on Thursday at 1 o'clock. Hostesses are Mrs. J. B. Hesterly, Mrs. T. C. McRcje Jr., Col. and Mrs. L. C. Dill have returned from Hot Springs where Col. Dill has been a patient at the attended the Southern Medical As sociation. A SAVINGS Fire :'<•' Tdrnado "'• Automobile ^•'--Liability • Casualty EON^RD ELLIS Insurance Agency 109 E«st Second fhpn07 t -2221 fj'l .1 * vtiU A world mission conference will] be held at the Presbyterian Church on Thursday beginning at 4:30 and lasting until 9:00 p. m. Presbyterians from the western section of Ouachita Presbytery will gather for the meeting. The foreign missionaries 'to spe&k following the supper period will be Dr. S. Hugh Bradley and the Rev. William Porter Boyle, i.i- Mrs. John Plttman Hostess To Contract Club Members of the '37 Contract Club were entertained by Mrs. John M. Pittman at her home on East Second St. Tho rooms arranged for the two tables of players were decorated with -arrangements of roses and chrysanthemums Mrs. Jack Harrell won the high score award. Mrs. R. L. Blakely Jr., was a bridge guest and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr., a tea guest. Members present included Mrs. Tom Bomis. Mrs. O.' G. .Hirst, Mrs. Archie ohnspn. Mrs. Mark Justiss, Mrs. rge ChritOBher. and Mrs. A. V. eenier. A tasteful salad course was ser- ed. - . There will be a P. T. A; study course at the home economic building Thursday afternoon at 2:30 for the 9th and 10th grade group. EKPERT seruue w tni « PR QUALITY and PlPlNDABIUTY Let ui fill those Vital Prescription! ersd m, to ist on duty ., el" PR, 7-34?4 delivery from 7 Descent Drug 225 S. MAIN Fall Health Check Up Held Mrs. P. A. Escarre, Health. Summer Round Up Chairman o1 P. T. A., announces a Fall check UD of first grade children was held Wednesday, November 10, 9 a. m at the Prescott Primary School. This work was done under ths> supervision of Mrs. Max Kitchen couty public health nurse, Dr I,. B, Turney. and Dr. C, P. Ar old. Workers in addition to Mrs. arre were *Mrs. Floyd Hubbard ilrs, Jim Nelson, Mrs. Loyce An derson. Mrs. Dutchie Bright, ah Mrs, W. J. Olivp>-. Ferauson—Murphy Vows Exchanged In a quiet but impressive cere mony at Four Acres, home of Mr and Mrs. Harold H. White Sr., of Laurel, Mis?,, Mrs. White's sister. Mrs. Margaret Jones Ferguson pf Ft. Smith and the Rev. Patrick WU- Unm Murphy of Tulsa, Okla., were united in marriage or> Tuesday. November 2nd, The Rev. Thomas R. McKibben, pastoi; of the First Baptist Church in jLaurel, performed the single ring ceremony in the presence members of the bride's family and a few close friends. Vows were ex- phanged before the piano in tk living room where ferns and burn inn white tapers were used effec lively in the back«ound. After a wedding trip on the Gull Coast and points of interest in Flor ida the couple will make thei home in Tulsa. Okla., where Rev Mrs. Bob Parker Honored Mrs. Buck Dickinson and Mrs. Claud Wake honored Mrs. Bob Parer with a pink and blue shower on Wednesday evening in-the home of he former. : Potted ivy decorated the living oom and the dining table was cen- ered with an arrangement of Nanina berries. The honoree's chair iva? marked with a corsage fash- oned with a small baby doll tied with pink and blue ribbons. Games were played with tho prizes being won by Mrs. Paul Edwards and Miss Grace Gowin. The lovely gifts were presented to Mrs. Parker in a bassinet. Cold drinks, salted nuts :and jndividual pink and blue cakes wev« served to the 18 guests, Mrs. Saxon Refcan Entertains Wednesday Club Lovely arrangements of roses and fall berries decorated the home of Mrs. Saxon Regan on Wednesday afternoon where she entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club. The high score prize' was won by Mrs. AJ Williams and the cut prize by Mrs. H. H. McKenzie. Guests were Mrs. J. T, Worthington, Mi's.- Frank Turberville, tos. Jim Nelson and Mrs. Wiliams. Members present included Mrs. Dudley Gordon, Mrs, Harold ..ewis, Mrs. Allen Gee pri Mrs. HcKenzie. A dainty dessert course was served. : .;..-.; Murphy is pastor Bautist Church. of White City • presbyter'an Men Have Dinner M ee ting The monthly men's dinner and What's happened to.the.brakes on trains? Extra Special Veal Fresh Flotido Gold Medal Gold Medal Relieve Suffering Fast-Effectively with Switzerland has electrical 94 per VAPORUB * * * Jj^^B^ w P^ I^W P^P ^^^ Pure Ribbon Cone Syrup Plenty of Good Sorghum Best Country Eggs in Town lUSSELL'S CURB .MARKET CONSTRUCTION and •'Industrial Buildings _.*•__!.!— £gn be con* V ',';!«,-I* ff. V. ,,' $^ program was held at the church on Wednesday evening at 6; 30. The invocation was given by Rev. W. G. fiensberg, Group singing was enjoyed after which the guest speaker lor the evening, Haskel Jones of Hope, gave a forceful talk against socialism and statism. . The closing prayer was offered by T. E. togan, Thirty-five members were present. C. C. Spraggins of Hope was also a guest. ' . ; Mrs. W'lburn Willis Prescptt H. 0, Club Hpstess Six members and a visitor, Mrs. Loyce Anderson/met in the home of Mrs. Wilburn Willis tor the November meeting pi the Presgott Home Demonstration Club. Artistic 'arrangements of roses deqorated the rooms. The president, Mrs. Virgil Da niel Jr., presided and conducted the business at which time plans were discussed for the Christmas luncheon to be held at the Redland Club Hpuse on December 17th. Mrs. Lewis Ctarrett, devotional chairman, introduced Mrs. Loyce Anderson who gave an inspiring devotional from Proverbs 3:1-62 led in prayer. The following-officers -were installed in an Impressive manner by Miss Loreta MeCtennahan; President Mrs. Carroll ^fatten; vice- president, Mrs,. AMen Eskine Jr., Secretary and tr^surev, Mrs- Dale Ledbetter; Reporter, Mrs. J, M. Dyke Jr., WWf"* 8 * Stopping a train used to be a noisy, jerky business. But if you vc ridden one of today's really modern trains you know how smooth and quiet even quick stops can be. That's because, after years of research, ue Budd Company developed a new way to stop an 80-ton railroad car, In the Budd design,' air-actuated brake shoes apply pressure to a disc attached to the wheel, instead of the wheel itself. This protects tnc wheel and improves the braking action. Vital to Budd's new case brake is the heat treatment of steel parts in gas-fired furnaces. Gas is used at Budd because it is economical, flexible and is capable of pro" ducing high temperatures. The Texas Eastern system makes ava.laole a dependable, long range supply of natural gas to industries and homes in its service area. Tues<!ay> November 16 t 1954 HOPE STAR, HOfE, ARKANSAS Knowland Talk 'Dangerous/ FulbrightSoys By ROWLAND EVANS R. WASHINGTON UP) bright (D-Ark) said Knowland (R-Calif) Sen. Ful- today Sen engaged in "danaerous talk ' yesterday when he told the Senate "ultimate Communist victory" would result from By ELINORE DENNISTON . . .. , , y xx forehead. Greg straightened and brushed his hands togetlior tightly Greg, Rupert and the newcomer,Somehow the gesture felt familiar, climbed down into the ditcJi.|Of course, the circus strong man: "There was a washout along heralHe glanced selfconsciously at Dag- three or four days ago," the stran-'gett and hc.d an impression that TV-Radio in Race for Top Programs By WAS'NE OLIVER NEW YORK (m The television networks are in a hot war for the! first 10 plates.in the audience pop- ger said. "These secondary roads':the old man had just looked awoy iulrtrity ratings, but in tho heat of have been neglected ?nd a couple. There was a suspicious quirk to the'bailie they seem to have foi gotten •'coexistence mate." and atomic stale- Two other members of the Sen- flc Foreign Relations Committee Senators H. Alexander Smith (R- N.I) and Sp ark man (D-Ala)said they wero puzzled over the point Knowland was trying to niako. Knowlnnd is tho Senate Republican leader. Kulbngbl said it was 'danger- as a temporal y measure. 1 didn't think they would hold the weight of your car. let alone the trailer." Kecalling the ramshackle, tar- papor shack from which the man had come, Greg asked in surprise, "Have you been around here that long?'' The newcomer grasped ous talk* lo suggest that the United States could see no possi- , bilily of working out a peaceful \*>> solution of pressing worll problems. He cautioned that this country could Icsu the cold war "by losing the allegiance of India and other nations through our empha- i:is on military power." He urged •'a lot les s talk and a lot more rc. e possibility" in the foreign and T. V. Charlie by "Vic" Cobb of makeshift bridges were put in twisted mouth. The stranger grasped his left wrist with his right hand "Anything wrong?" asked in concern. "Twisted my wrist," the stranger said. "Let me see;" Hannah demanded. He winced as she proddel and turned his hand. "You must the viewing public. Anxious to impress sponsors and l.r.ffiliated stations, the networks pit DaggoU 1hc -ir strongest shows against the enemy's best to gain places in the light bandage for you." j. lie? iicrwi.isiiic;i. is* e*j^j*;w MJC , , _ « bumper. "If we give the oid oldi^y 6 . a __sP r _ a J n ;_ Le l.™ mako heavc-ho, I think we can lift her Is the the brake off Again Greg was bothere dby the voic;?. He ha-i heard It before, he was sure o£ that. He released the brake. Then the three men took hold of the bumper They trooped into the trailer, and Hannah strapped the stranger's wri."t. Oh, Boss! Not now . . . have one of those swell fellows over at Vic Cobbs install that new T. V. set for you. Radio & TV Service Phone 7-2598 coveted ' top 10", about which the average viewer knows little and PHT r n 1ncc< v f j t.:> icao. . The viewer, meanwhile, often f-'nds that two shows he'd like to watch are scheduled at the same time and he has to miss one. Oi f-ome other nights he finds there's> little to attract h;m on any chan- oye. Clothes that cost a month's Daggett introduced himself and salary at the bank, but living in a ~ -jnrnrUnri thn* Rn.imh I™s companions, and the stranger | tar-paper shack. No car. Miles did not .cHmb P tate, the, ditch wila *™^ engagingly, though his nl^fom anywhere. For Greg's monoy Ihcm and offer to help lift but there he misjudged her feminine wisdom. With her admiring eyes on them, both Rupert and the stranger were prepared to break on arm to display their masculine strength to the best advantage. "One two three heave:" The car came up a frw inches rr.d dropped again. Rupert was .rembling with strain; the slight stronger panted with effort. Grod braced himself. "Once more," he said authoritatively, "O three — heave." His arms he two seemed be tearing out of their sockets. The car rose and they pushed it aack on the road. Rupert was gasping. There were beads of moisture on the stranger' military policy fields. Knowland called for a congressional inquiry into "our foreign tenlion was so ' distracted by ths the whole situation added; up to two strapping of his wrist that he did not reciprocate. "Yes," Eaggctt said, tfter a careful scrutiny of hit gunsl, nis eyes bright with curiosity, "we arc words: hiding out. Belatedly, he reali/ed that Daggclt had reached the fame conclusion. That accounted for his mendacity about not. seeing a Royal Viking too* otf ¥lrly today o inaugurate the tffft CBmlfnSfeiai rar;spolar passenger ^et^refe be- wee^n Los Angeles and Copenhagen, Denmark. The Scandinavian , AlAne& ^ys- em's DC3B tbsti fro/ii fdiiijdottd ntemational Airjktft ai l2:l)S a.m. with film actors .feaft Hefslioli and Walter Widgeon, ' ( ptiblle V 6tflcials entirely or. our own. Regular|newspaper and having no radio'. If Robinson Crusocs, Cut off fom the the old man had any crazy ideas, and defense policy to find where ... it will take us whether this clear and present danger wlr.oh appears to me to exist in such that a basic change in the direction of our policy is warranted" Sen I.yn'Jr.-n B. J oh nson, the Senal'3 Democratic leader, approved tlv? icloti of a policy review and he ' said: "I'm afraid today that we are weaker than we should world by choice. We have no radio ond we haven't even soeu a hcws- pape since we started." Rupert, who was distributing th2 drinks, gave him a quick look and his expressive brows wont up. Casually he dropped a sweater ovor the table radio. The stranger's eyes 'brightened. "A marvelous" idea; but what brought you a?on<j this road?" "The credit," Daggett said with modest pride, "is all mine." "Well, at least no harm was done. "You are the only casually. I can't tell you how sorry I am. I opposition would only strangthen .hem. Nonetheless, only a fraction of his attention was on driving; the rest v/as engaged in attempting to !it the stranger into accounts of recent crimes. When they reached the crossroads where they had originally urned left, he headed west, relieved to be on a well-traveled lighway once more. At the first out;wish there was something we could ad do in return." •'There is. I have run out of grub. You might give me a lift to a store where I can replenish my stock." 'Delighted," Daggctt assured him. Greg turned the car and the trailer on an open field and started beck, deep in thought. There was more to the stranger than met the small town he slowed down os WIPING AWAY THE TEARS—C. O. Beeson, Memphis, Tenn., real-estate man, found the right answer after he accidentally ran over and killed a pet-pup owned by the Weatherford children. He went to a pet shop and purchased this silky-haired new pup. The grief of Ken Weatherford, Jr., 3, and his sisters, Helen, 14, center, and Trudy, 10, dissolved into little,yelps of delight when ! he gave the children their new puppy. lentatiously. The stranger, between Daggelt tnd Rupert on the back seat, did not appear to notice. "Out of gas?" Daggett asked inr nccently when Greg brought the car to a stop in front of a supermarket. "No, but this is the first place I'.ve see where Mr. — ah can buy come groceries. Better to get them here because he won't have too far to walk ba«:k with his bundles." The stranger made no move .to get out but chargrin was so obvious on his face that Greg could nel. He's led to wonder why a good new shew, when it comes along, isn't scheduled en a dull night when it would have a field day in the ratings. One example of the way the battle is waged is 'NBC's new medical documentary (Medic,) which replaced -the Dennis Day Show as opposition to CBS's prized I Love Lucy, perennial occupant of No. I spot in audience ratings. There was little expectation that Medic Royal Viking Takes Off on ifed fwb.Sosert this *i3tef, Cyd fchft«« Kofral Viking wl&f chamf>ay«<* bottle, dlnher h tJ nbf ed earlier irtihei would 'draw a bigger rating bu there was the, hope it would pull away enough viewers to cause Lucy to slip to. No, 2 or lower while one or : more NBC shows on ether nights moved up. The result: The latest Nielsen would like to see bbth. Medic Crew more thatt 25 p^-r Cent. CBS's counter offensive was dt-> rented against NfiC s Thursday night Dragnet, which Held No. 2 spot all last season close behind Lucy. CBS scheduled Its «&w Climax dramatic series, With the Shower of Stars in color 1 every 'ouith week, so it dverlaps Drag- let. The latest Niehen puts Dragnet in sixlh, place with 43.1 per ceht of (he polcnlial audience, compared with second -place and 50.5 a year ago, a drop of 124 per cent. ABC spotted its new hour-Ions Walt Disney Show Wednesday night so the second half overlaps the Joan Davis Show on NBC and he first rmlf of Arthur Godfrey and His Friends on CBS. While ho Nielsen repoit has been made vet, spot checks for ABC by Tren- dcx gave the Disney show a big- audience than the combinec CBS and NBC opposition; Julius l.a Rosa, the humility kid will do a Iwo-woek stint on th C'BS-T V morning show starting Text Monday. A network source says he'll make $2,500 a week; hi; press agent says $5,000. . . Arthu: Godfrey, who fired La Ro<3a las year has chosen Frank Paiker t sub for him on his Wcdnesdaj night TV show, Peter Lincl Haye rating still puts Lucy in first place- but with only 52.9 per cent of TV homes tuned in against 03.!) a year ago, a' drop of 13 points. And viewcrc have to choose between two good shows when many is pinch-hitting on tonight's talen scouts and on the dtytl-nc show while Godfrey spends the wee' hunting with bow and airow . , Bob Hope is back from Europ' with his filmed show to be tele cast Dec,, 7, SMALL APPLI for JOHNSON ELK 319 DOLLAR MORE Drugs scrlption d< today! cost ot up, your ___ more effective. t t drugs that ( cur6, drugs that only relf As an example; pfef 97% less today "mat years ago. drlgirially duced in flasks by today, it is produced/I fermentation taiiksA^ pounds,* ( <.',?' We would, appreclati lowing «s to^iii —"* lions.' "-•• "'• DRUGGIS" 102 W. Phone 7-229 have laughed. 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Here is a car that captures the flair of the future in the bold forward thrust of its hood, in the sweep of its rear deck and t\vin-jet taillights. Here is a car that introduces the new outlook in motor car styling, with a swept-back New Horizon windshield that surrounds you in a glass cockpit. Here is the car of a hundred surprises, whose taut and eager beauty is matched by exciting new developments that put the future at your fingertips, Dodge has done it! See the new '55 Dodge today.i >} i L, ,*. Cold-room tests show; Gars fueled with ijew Super- New Gulf NO-NOK is §peci^Uy\Poia r pT^^i|| Refined Gulf NO.NOX start instantly at temperatures be- weather performance. You get spjit-se«!p^||rg low zero! 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