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HOPS STAR, H5M, ARKANSAS Spent Ovfn Money, Che/ry fteveols node (trp) few, tSiewy disclosed' yesfer- that fter Stient $1,&54 of his mofley for maintenance of the 1« the 1653-54 fts- in a. statement prepared Jo* the" legislative council, said that &ala)y money provided for a housekeeper and several serv ants during the current biennium has been adequate. He said, how* ever, the $7,000 maintenance money provided by the legislature has not been enough to cover costs iif :, the maintion. al authorities today closed Heaven's gates. They ordered the post »—^ him trouble. fe4alk that MPJI- net be Jn office the -year., "•'" 'Budget, the l g e d ••funds ,..-,— the deputies spent. r ; lifts already won ...0Vby'V small ma- budget issue. 1447" '.rntlfi'cation tie- .LahdomParH accords 1st'^fOermhn • tecrmament " paHiculnl- terrors for the i( The povernor said ho ended the fiscal year with a balance of $5 334 in stilfity accounts. Mem' bcrs of the legislative Council conferred with Cherry at the mansion on proposed apprdpriations for (he mansion for the next biennium. at islrtee* the powerful op[Socialists, -have thrown *Q> behind the pacts:. ,Noflh African situation MlJitfalls >for Mendes* fa'.>£oU£> sagalnst power- 'mny/od ,and in Algeria ' Dixon-Yates Seeks to Sell Stock in State LITTLE. ROCK The Missis- iippi t Valley Generating Co. a partnership better known as the Dixon-Yoles Combine yesterday oskcd the Arkansas Public Service Commission for permission to sell 55^)00-shares of cannon stpck at $100 per shore. The PSC was informed by rpny pony Officials' that after preliminary financing had been approved _ 'PRODUCT CSiPERT iM&s.^&lir 8 ' 1 •"-'"* ifM&m^r il Kr«tcriptiont ' n'4. aW/i i< v t 5 ip4^ r °*" 7 MSf* SiS^MAIN */^-,i. w f,'. i A 1 r '^Wa',<;f the firm would ask for a certifi- cgte of convenience and necessity to construct a 650,000 kilowat steam generating,plant in Crittenden Counly> The Mississippi, Valley application said that Middle South Utilities Jnc. . would -"purchase 43,500 rhares, or 79 per cent of the issue, &rd the Southern Co., 11,500 shares the remaining 21 per cent. Middle Soi:th, headed by Edgar Dixon, is the holding company for four, southern titiliti es including 'Arkansas Power and Lieht Co. Southern, another holding company of UtilHlcs in the southeastern United States, is headed by JS. A. Yates. Under agreement with the Atomic I Energy Commission, the company will construct the plant for replacing the power load AEC will take' from the Tetmessee Valley Authority for an AEC plant in Kentucky. A' similar' application which has been filed by the Mississippi Valley v firm is on file'with the'Se- .curities Exchange Commission in Washington and will be heardDec. i 'the application said that financ- [iirg authority will be sought later. % The company said in an informal Side rtote to the PSC that the first unit of the proposed generating >lant is s,ch,ed\0ed for operation /ithjn -.' 33 '"months from -.Nov. ^12. Wie" unit .would be built on a site a'bowt fiye'- 1 miles south Of West Memphis'City limits on the Arkan s'as bank <,i the Mississippi River. ' Proposed "construction -of the plant became a controversy debated nationally and while construction plans are progressing the battle to holt the building plans has noU stopped. Classen Likes Baylor, Texas ana Arkansas By HARbLb ftLAASSEN NEW YdfiK \ff, Saying faro Well to the 1954 college footbnll Season Without too much regret. It \vas a SOP son of upsets. Perhaps the cockeyed season cah best be de- sdribed ;fcy pointinb out lh:U tour teams .qualified for three different Neiv Year's .Day bowls last Saturday. -The quartet won only three gameE on the final Saturday an1 the btMlers scored 34 points while tying lt)3 sco'rod aqainst. them. Of the 43 games picked last week this corner war. .correct or. 30 an:l wrong on' 7. That's an average of 837. The seonon's figures are: 344-131 for .724. The final merry-go-round: Army over Navy: This could 'be Ihe best service gnme since tha fabulous 21-31 tie of 102G. •'Both teams have competent players at til posts but Army appears to have the better quarterback in Pete Vann, and that could be the difference. It is your Saturday TV morsel. Notre Dame over Southern California: The Irish, who scorn to be getting better find better each week ere playing at home. Another Saturday attraction. ; Baylor over Rice: The Baylor line will keep Dick Moeglc in check snd tie Arkansas for the Southwest Conference title. It will be played Saturday. ' • . Texas oVcr .Texas Ab^l: Texas has the' more talent for this annual Thanksgiving Day feature. Cornell •• over Pennsylvania Thursday .marks the close of Perm's.''first.-whiles? season since the days of Ben-Franklin.. Nebfarka over Hawaii: A Friday night contest in Honolulu. The others without comment: . Thursday ; , • • Colgate over Brown, Denver over .Colorado A&M, Maryland »ver Missouri, .Richmond over William & Mary, Wichita over Tulsa,"Utah over Utah State, Virginia Tech over Virginia Militaiy. Saturday Fast: Boston College over Holy Cross, Fordham over Villanova. ' South: Duke over North C«roli- na, Mississippi over Mississippi State, Auburn over Alabama, Clemson over The Citadel, Miami over -Florida, Georgia Tech over Georgia, West Virginia over Vir- •ginai, -'South Carolina over Wake 'Forest, Tennessee over Vandcrbilt, Louisiana State over Tul?ne. Southwest: Oklahoma ever Oklahoma A&M, Arkansas ovei Hous- tton, Texas Tech .over Hirdin-Sim- •rnons, Southern Methodi s t over Texas Christian. Far West: Wyoming over Arizona, San Jose over New Mexico. HiAVEN' H1MMEL, Germany Post- office closed to prevent commercialization o£ the postmark "Himmel" German" for Heaven. Last year a Munich man negotiated the exclusive use of rfimrr.el's post office so he could mail Christmas greetings to His customers and friends from "Heaven.' An infant's eyes reach full size at age 8,or 9. There are about 3.300,000 mtf&S o froad in the United States. SRtSnks rarely raid cRicken houses. . styling plus J qualjty . and see . ..wstc,h,es and ?lBot birthaoy. r 'Christmas gift. ' ' an. WRONG WAY FARMER CITY, 111. UP) Police Chief J. W. Reinke, who also reads city, light and water meters, was embarrassed' when he received his own monthly bill which amounted to practically nothing. Repairmen discovered Relnke's meter was short circuited causing the, meter to run backwards. Tunisia and Morocco, may be de pended on to fight nim in 1he as ' YOUR CHILD"" HAVE I OUT OF 3 DOES! FWnetlnif.nuse-plckinB and B tor- mcntiiiB rectnl Itch are often tcll- tule Blfc'ns of Pin->Vo»ms . . . ugly ixmnitea that medical experts uoy infest one out of every three person' examined. En.tlri? fumille« m»y be victim? Bn4 not l<now Jt. To get rid of Pin-Wprm», these posts m.ust not pnly be killed, out • killed In the luree intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what 4»yne's P-\V tableta do . , . und here's how they do it: Tint— a scientific coating c»r- r(es the tablets into the bowels before they dlbsolve. Then— Jayne'» modern, medically-approved in- grwllent goes right to worH— JeMt PlnVWorroB qulcltly and easily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition, Get genuine Jayne'* P-W Vermifuge,.. small, easy-to-take tablets.,, weaW aitet for children and adults. Perfe4e4 by Pr. D. Jayne $ Son. specialists in worm remedies for 100 years. ,.n , - % . ' ./ Czechs Pick Delegatesto Security Meet •BEftl.1 Jf W Communist Czech- oslovajcia today announced appointment of a delegation id attend the European -security conference the Soviet'Union proposed be bcld Nov. 29. ' " '• . The announcement, published by the East German government news- agency, - ADNN heightened speciOnted that the Soviets are going &head-v'itli-plans to hold the meeting.''In Moscow ne xt v»ek. even thqughr only Soviet satellites have asreecl to-attend. iPreviously Soviet .qxi^vtcrs in East 'Berlin said the conference plan .would be dropped altogether if only the Soviet bloc nations accepted. British officials in London, however,, had predicted .ihat the Krem- 'lin would assemble its ullics in Moscow anyway to conclude a formal military organization' 1 as a counter to the West's North -Atlantic Treaty •Organization. The Soviet bloc' is• bound by mutual assistance treaties and trade accords but, so far as is known, has no formal interlocking military al- linnce -under a single command. The Soviet.government on Nov. 13 proposed that an all-European conference to set up a system o{ collective security be held Nov. 29 in Mpscow ,or Paris. In addition to .the European nations on both sides of the Iron Curtain, the United States was invited to participate and Communist China was asked to send an observer. Western leaders dismissed the proposal us another move tc block West.Qerman rearmament. i/i LANE CEDAR CHEST , , Y«rk F«rn»tur« Co, Listed B^low Are a Few of the Many Specials Throughout the Store: i • • ' . - . . , • • Morning Bride FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSE $1.00 LADIES CAN-CAN SLIPS Acetate and Rayon MORGAN AND LINDSEY I FRI.-SAT.-MON., NOV. 26-27-29 We are now ready with the largest assortment of Christmas gifts and toys we have ever had. They are now on display for your inspection and selection. Our merchandise for the home and each member of the family is also complete and arranged for easy selection. Come in and take advantage of these special savings for these Three Days. Remember we will be open each night Friday, Saturday and Monday until 8 o'clock. tJUIulUUy UIIU fTtwiiMWj wisimii »» »» •*>' »»•••»• We Will Be Open Until 8 P. M. on these days for your Shopping Convenience SOLID COLOR OUTING Another Real Buy! Regular 39c a yard value EXTRA SPECIAL! PIECE GOODS Values to 49c Yard SPECIAL YARD 16 PIECE SET LYN-MORE FINE CHINA Regular $7.98 value EXTRA SPECIAL PEGGY PEPPERELL This Blanket is 72x84 and Rayon and Nylon. Reg. $4.95 Value. EXTRA SPECIAL These^are Regular 49c Values. Special CHRISTMAS fOYS For All the;Kiddies. See Our Big Selection. Shop Now — Use Our LAY-AWAY LADIES Ideal for Gifts. Reg. 39c Values. 5 for $1.00 METAL TRASH CANS Regular 39c Value SPECIAL FELT HOUSE SHOES '.'-'-: ' ' J % > » t f f Ladies and MeVs Buy now for Ckp£tmQ§; i-* t <*. i i ^\ 12. i »<• /4.*A* * ^ * USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY -AWAY. * ^ * MORGAN 6- LINDSEY % &$m J$Tn yjfctft 1 ^ «j~ F ^ i^ «?v\pKr fkWV^^iMlfc| Ktf&v't **A l mi3& HOPE, ARK. S*M tf^J^fi^'',' 1 ^ Continued from Page One Ww. v,,; ,~f. ' \ ''^"" ^ lj * i ^ * ^-^ MOM STAR, MOF1, ARKANSAS ICa lendar I' PMday November 26 |f The ladies of the Columbus Meth)dist Church will sponsor a bene- Jit sale in the Columbus school aU- iitorium on Friday night, Noverri- jci 1 26. Haskell Jones of Hope, will imcee the program. Mrs. Haskei; Jones and Linda Oayle Rogers will charge of the musical pro- tram. The Civic Club of DeArin is having a chili supper Friday night. November 26, at 7:00, for the bene- it of the school building. The sup- ier will be held in the club 'room )f the school building. The public is it Mrs. R. E. Jackson, with Mrs. Lyle Brown as associate hostess. Mrs Lawrence Martin, president, presided during the business ses- iott. The date for the Christmas party was announced as December .4, and the club voted to send con- ributions to both the Christmas ieal Drive and the Salvation Army Drive. Mrs. L, T. Lawrence gave a re* view of "The Vanishing American." Mrs. Kelly Bryant introduced Miss Clarice Cannon who reviewed "The Young Jefferson" by Claude Bowers. Refreshments were 'served to 16 members and one guest, Miss Cannon. _„. _ hvlted. ------ -i,*i*. I M<Mody Maids • ^"J i Have Meeting 1 Ifcie Melody Maids met in the ,lome of Carolyn Story, Saturday morning with the vice-president Sue Cook, presiding in the absence M the president. ' Donna Freeman gave the study i on Patrice Munsel, and Bobby. Kay Turner gave the story of Mildrec ! ^tiller. Other items of interes i were told by Irene Thornton, Joyce ; Huckabee and Loretta Munn. ' ! The following program was pre se/fted: vocal solo by Coe Ardith HaTrie, accompanied by Jo Beth Rettig; piano solo, Jo Beth Rettig; vocal solo, Sue Cook, accompanied by Mary Charlene'Horton. ,; After a short choral practice 'Mrs. Garrett Story assisted Car blyn in serving punch and sand 'jwiches to 15 members and the sp ibnsor, Mrs. B. C. Hyatt. } Mrs. R. E. Jackson Entertains Cosmopolitan Club 4Jie regular meeting of the 1 Cos mopolitan Club was held Tuesday evening, November 23, in the homi SHEHGER FRI. &SAT. •* • • DOUBLE BILL * ft/»«N&- THP-UIS • • • III WILLIAMS JEAN PORTE* JIMMY tOYO v • TIM HOLT • "LASSES" WHITE "CYCLONE ON HORSEBACK' Plus: Chapter 12 of Serial "MANHUNT IN AFRICAN JUNGLE" & Casper Color Cartoon Ladles Auxiliary Continues Study of Bible There were 10 members and one visitor, the Rev. Harold Brunson of Laurel, Mississippi, present at ;he meeting of the Unity Baptist Senior Ladies Auxiliary held Monday, November 22, at 2 p .m. Elder Howard White, pastor, directed the songs, accompanied by Mrs. Howard Collier. Mrs. Tom Anderson led. in prayer. The devotional, from the 19th chapter of Proverbs, was given by Maxina Smith Mrs. Frank Malone read a poem entitled "Oh Father Do It Here," and this was followed with prayer led by Mrs. Mike Schneiker. Elder White continued the study of the Bible by teaching a portion of the third chapter of the book of Revelations. ! Mrs. Jesse Sinclair reported on the last meeting and then dismissed the group with prayer. why all of a sudden?" They had saved $40,000 What business should they got into? "Again I wanted to try some thing new," ssid Tarzian. ''and the answer seemed to be television." He had pioneered in the development of radio tuners, and soon he was mass producing TV tuners for other manufacturers. Gradually he added other items which his skill as a practical engineer taught him he could turn out most effi ciently. He expanded steadily, acquired a radio station, added a TV station and made it show a profit from the start. Tarzian now has a payroll oi 600 and is Bloomington's biggest ngle industrial employer. He is strong booster of the advantage, living in smaller cities. "I believe it is a good long- ange plan fot industry to decen- aiize and give people an opporlu- ity to earn a livelihood in their wn communities," he said. "Life is really better in a smal own and you can get more out ql ife in one. Why should a boy have o leave his home town and go to big city merely to earn a living? shouldn't be necessary." Tarzian, a practical idealist, is ctive in community affairs. He Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hollam nd Reed Knight of Memphis, wil rrive tonight to spend the holidays vith Mrs. Holland's mother, Mrs L. K. Dildy. Oglesby 4-H Club Has Meeting On Tuesday, November 23, mem bers of the 4-H Club of Oglesby school met in the school auditorium with Carroll Rowe, president, conducting the meeting. Charles Brown, secretary, reac the minutes of the previous meeting, and Margaret Cash led tho group in singing "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come." Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, a coun selor, demonstrated ways of mak ing bookends from license plates ( paper weights and spice trays 01 wood. It was announced that the clul would not have a meeting in Dee Pillow's Gift Shop Open Every Wednesday Evening 7:30 • 9 p. m. 305 S. Laurel SAENGER • TODAY & THURSDAY • FEATURE TIMES: TODAY - 2:49 - 4:57 .THURSDAY• 1:00-3:05-5:10-7:15-9:20 OPEN 12:45 THURSDAY! • HOLIDAY • PRICES WHO IS THIS WOMAN? When she walked in the shadow of wicked Shanghai . . . men fought fop her favor . . . but 1 there was only one man who knew her past! • IN THE NEWS* S. M. U. DOWNS ARKANSAS! STORY Ruth ROMAN • Edmond O'BRIEN *» RICHARD JAECKil FRANK LUOYP . . . Three-time Academy Award Winner firings ^pu This Uncensored Btory From Behind the Bamboo Curtainl mber, because the school will bo ismissed for the Christmas holi ays. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. McGregor f Tuscon, Ariz, arrived Sunday light for an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hazzard and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Delaney. Arriving today from Ponca City Okla. to spend the Thanksgivin holidays with the H. C. Kennedy re Mrs. Clarence Van Dyke, Mrs Carl Combs, Mrs. Ted Moler, an ack Moler, who has just returne< rom 16 months extended duty ov crseas. PRESCOTT NEWS W. M. U. Business Wbmen* Isary Circle Meet* A green cloth covered the Ser The Business Womens Circle of ving table centered with a vase of he W. M. 'U. of the First Baptist yellow chrysanthemums. The yel- Jhurch met oh Monday evening in he home of Mrs. A. S. Buchanan with Mrs. Brozie Hayhie co-hos- ;ess. The chairman, Mrs. Harditi Bradley, presided and conducted the msiness. Plans were made to give a Thanksgiving box to a needy fanv ly. - • . Mrs. Bradley led in prayer and had charge of a missionary program. Discussion .were given by Mrs. Edward Bryson, Mrs. Haynie, Mrs. Howard Graham, Mrs. Brad Bright, Miss Lillie Butler Miss Bertha Gray and Mrs. Buchanan. Pumpkin pie and coffee .was served to eight members and a guest, Mrs. .Wallace Purtie. Dr. J. D. Cornish Honored Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr., honored her father, Dr. J. D. Cornish, with an open house at the Cornish Mortuary on Friday afternoon to mark his 80th birthday anniver- low tiered birthday cake was ser ved by Mrs. Tilman McBrayer. Mrs. Ernest Jameson presided at the silver service. Seventy-five guests called during the appointed hours of 4:30 to 5:30 p. m. and extended their congratulations. eaders." An iniation servlcrf* and Christmas party will fee held ott Deoetn- er 17th at the home of Mrs. C. d. homas. A tasteful dessert plate Was en- oyed during the social hour. Miss Joan Gilbert, student at le University of Arkansas, Spent he weekend with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Gilbert end had s her guest, Missl Nancy Boden> lamer of El Dorado. Mrs. H. H. McKenz'u Hostess To Pine Garden Club The November meeting of the Committee to Handle Bowden Wyatt Fund FAYETTEVILLE miltee will be set I/P) A COST- up probably sometime later this week to handle the Bowden Wyatt . Appreciation Fund James Kays vice president of the Mcllroy today. Kays who is collected from Bank here said tabulating funds the Fayetteville Southern Pine Garden Club was held on Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. H. H. McKenzie with Mrs. Dale Ledbetter assist ing hostess. The president, Mrs. Jack Har rell, presided and conducted thi business. ,The minutes were reac by the secretary, 'Mrs. Archie John son, and approved. The home o Mrs; McKenzie was elected fo the "Holiday House" to be hel on December 17th and Mrs. B. A DeLamar, Mrs. Gus Warren, Mrs Dan Pittman, Jr., Mrs. Frank Gi! bert and Mrs. D. L. McRae, Jr were appointed to serve on th planning' committee The "Tribute To Flowers" wa given by Mrs; Ralph Gordon. Mrs. DeLamar, program chair man, introduced Mr. Jim Nelso of the Soil Conservation Depar ment, who gave an informative tal on soil. A dainty dessert course in th Thanksgiving motif was served t 16 members. area said that Chism Reed of Paris president of the Arkansas Razorback Booster Club would appoint the committee. The first two cities to announce collections Little Rock and Fayetteville reported $3,000 to $2,000 respectively. The fund was started for the University of Arkansas coach and his staf after the Razorback football team had triumphed in its first seven games. Miss Jane McGregor of Tuscon. Ariz,, who is a student at Baylor Jniversity, and Darrell Bruner of Tuscon, will be the holiday guests of Mr, and Mrs. B. M. Hazzard. Mr. and Mrs. John Bobo and Mrs. R. L. Bish visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson in Smackover, last weekend. Mrs. Floyd Hubbard Kappa Gamma Hostess Mrs. Floyd Hubbard was hostes Chapter of Delt at 'her home o pent the weekend ift exfts with Mr. and Mrs, fiaaai Chappelle and they atteftde* tfi« Vrk-L. 6. U, game In Shrevegoft n Saturday. George Bright had aS hi* Weefc nd guests ton! &M Dick Hufcte* of Palestine, Texas all studefits at " * Dr. a nd Mrs. Jack Harrell and Miss Amelia Harrell were the veekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. Noble in.Texarkana. Mrs. Dudley Rouse and children, Bob and Karen Ann, attended the vedding of her brother, Russell F. Porter to Miss Lillie Mae Shumaker in El Reno, Okla., on Wednesday. R. L. McGill of Mark Tree was the Saturday night guest of his sister, Mrs. J. A. Cole and Mr Cole. Mr. and Mrs Bob Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Worthington were the weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Johnny Tumlnello in Shreveport and saw the Ark-L. S U. game. Among those who attended Ark-L. S. U. game in Shrevepor Saturday were: Miss Jimmle Nic hols, Miss Addys Brown, Mis Mary Jo Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs Frank Haltom, Jr., Mrs. Edwar Bryson, Ed Bryson, Jim McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Arnold, Rev and Mrs. W. D.'Golden, Miss S mone Golden. Mr and Mrs. D. L McRae Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Gilbert, Misses Joan and Judy Gi bert, Martin Gilbert/ Miss Mar tha Ligon, Miss Nancy Bodenha mer, Mr. and Mrs. Jeb Wylie, Mr and Mrs. Dick Bright, W. C. Woos ley, Doug Easterllng, Tommy Mi Rae and Dudley Rouse. .Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mr. W. T. Harden, Hope, Mrs. Jay W. Shaver, Long- Beach, Calif.,'Mrs. Edd C. Brown, Hope, Mrs. Charles Graham, Hope. Discharged: 1 Mr. France Andres, Emmet, Miss Bessie Green, Hope, Monty M. Malone, Hope. Branch Admitted: Mrs. Eugene Fravell, Hope, Mrs. Thomas Fenwick, Hope Mrs. John Niven;» Rt. 4, Mrs. D. E, Lively, Hope. Hope, Mr and Mrs Eugene Fravell of Hope announce the arival of a baby boy on Nov. 22, 1954. Mr. and Mrs. .John. Nivens of Route 4, Hope, 'announce the wr- rival of a baby girl on November 22, 1954. and his wife they have three children work as a team. She handles personnel problems, he _supervises engineering production. "We talk over any new venture together thoroughly," he said. "When we reach agreement on the fundamentals, we go ahead. But making money is merely incidental. Today business operates in such a way that you have to gamble a dollar to make half a cent profit. If money is all you after, you're foolish to gamble at 300-to-l odds. You'd do better to put your money in tax-free bonds. "The only reason for taking risks is for the pleasure of trying to do Something" new and getting it done. The money is the end, not the means." In a world of neurotic fears'that assault millionaires as well as pand handlers, Tarzian, whose hobby,is reading science and philosophy, sees no personal reason ior being afraid. . "The only people who are afraid are those who know they aren't doing what is right," he said. "When you know you are doing what is right, you have your security inside you end that's the only place you'll ever find it." to the Upsilon Kappa Gamma Friday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Anderson co-hostess. The president, Mrs. Lela Hay called the meeting to order and th collect was read by Mrs. Cleo Hines. The minutes of the October meeting were read by the secretary, Miss Elsie Gentry. The chapter voted to sponsor the F. T. A. Chapter, at'the high school. Mrs. Camille Thomas gave . an interesting talk on "Teachers As Mr. and Mrs. Case Chappell Mr. and Mrs. Wilb'urn Willis an Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Willis wer the weekend guests of Mr. and Mr H. O. Barber in Shreveport and a tended the Ark-L S. U. game. Mrs. Lera Johnson has returne from Grand Prairie, Texas wher she was the guest of Mr. and Mr Dick Johnson. he University of "Arkansas. aw th Ark-L. S. U. ganle ifl SttfiS- eport on Saturday. Mrs. Roy Garner has beefl call* d to BlythevUle due to the serious llness of the infant son of Mr, and Mrs. Lyndell .Gamer. Friends of Brozie HaynJd egret that he is ill at his hot»6 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Daniel, Jr., the mins Flelct Friday fii Colds i tot-Effectively 'Blue Gras§ olicl> " ae JOHN P. 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