Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1954 · Page 9
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rfo, >••*'. S T A R , H O P E , ARKANSAS , Be^mber 2, 19S4 |,y<,' w ;v, .> _;_^»&r -W h|hfeh her t0 hcf htife- ttur industry h6 is in his own .Try Made to Settle Texas Gas Strike ,,.. tr»r ' F rank MiJeS said today M tvould attempt to Fettle a wace dispute tfrhich threttcns n sti-ik* ft Tesclas Gas Transmission Co.? in four souhern MARKETS MUet, saM he had asked union and fhrmagerrieht representatives to ftieet here. Drc, 10 in art attempt 0 work But a settlemen. The company suppljes nalurnl as to arrange holism he* efin dem* roups -& MmrtftMi Jn this type <jf •'""1»Ht,M«\H* rewards' feflb^JouMitt iseills rnn# ,24 Jo 65 Drears of age. "een j&ow'atid $8,poo _.^'ftrfrtttljr had been ,a| shipping clfcrfes, ga- **-•**-• nrjd truck driv- mld-?outh"cJtles. The- CherAkSdl, Workers 6f America, rapreserts 400 company mployes if*' tertnesg>e, Arkansas VtisslSFii}pi and Louisiana. Marviti Mplton, Chaifrrjan of the -nion's Bargaining fo«nfniltoe, said negotiations collapsed Tuesday hen negotiators were unable to -gree on wages, which now range rcm $1.45 to $2.40 an hour The new wage demands were not isclosed. Company sppkeprnen indicated hat in the event j>f a strike super- isors probably could keep tha alura! gas flowing' temporarily. sj,|< • •4*1 < equally 1 ' be* fcfefr ' of the firms, mostly SC^P'StoP* & thli Ind V3- *-=*».•'-•>*-«?—'jjajeg ag eri ts ' ' SO ,' In the World, 4 l-WtenU.U-.re redlscov- ' XI. S." industries use close to 77 illlion'gallons of water a way. direct selling for a single -pur- >ose," explained Graves 'They varft to make cnpugh money to my< new furnititreV a TV set or a ne"w car. When they're, done , that, hey often drpp out, •' * ' "But-there 'is'plenty of incentive or those who want tc make it a job." t t , , 111. „ .._,_ . .,„„, stead>'to High- }6f; choice 180-210 Ib 18.50-8.1 mostly 18.7o; choice No. 1 and 2 lets 1S.OO; 220*240 Ib I8.CO-SO; 240280 Ib. 17.00-18.00, few to 1G.33; 280-306 lb 16.50-17.00; load 330 ID 16.50; 150-170 )b lfl.23-75; few to 19.00; sows 40C lb down 15.0-10.00; he&vier sbws 13.75-15.2; boars 11.50-14.00; Cattle'Sf.fiCOr calves 80PV steers, largely comrnercial and good :800-2aifO;' ne'at steady; cornmer- •clal aHd' good' heifers .' and r mixed yearlitigs largely, 17.00r22.60; small lots good and choice to 23.00; cows utility, and commercial- 9.00-13.00; most tanners and cutters 7.00-9.00; bulls utilijy and commercial 11.00 : "3 00;' heavy fat bulls 10.50-11.60; f finer rnd cuttc,r bulls 8.00-10.00; Dealers good and choice 20.006.00; ihdiviclOal head prime to 9.00; individual head prime to 9.00; commercial and low good argely 14.00-10.00. been 1.500; penerally rteady; )rime Southdown lambs 20.25; jopd td prime wooled skins 19.0040.00, mostly 19.00-50; shorn lambs and good portion f wled lambs uncld; ewes 3.50-5.00.. ift the bread grain was based oh export .business and continued dry weather in the SouthweSl. ftye rose in symp&thy with v/heal. Soybeans hsA an easy tone. Grain men were apprehensive about a pick up in offerings of carh bcanS from the Country, dorn and oats fluctuated around pre-| "This is not a ;ase that can be ClliSIIII CHRISTMAS CARDS M bUY THE BOX" : Genuine v, 5TEEL ENGRAVED , 714 for Jl.OO - . y f Lovely winter scenes on deckle-edge folders produced from hand-cut steel engrave?! plates. JACKS f NEWS STAND^ "Home of Miss Saylors Candy" UPPER CRAF1 SUITS -•' ~ ' • ' rrti;« thesq suit , $55,00 suits for only $25.00 Regular Jjelpw ore some of the iY''*.. ^ mm r we can sell* for DRESS PANTS to 7.98 DRESS SHOES 3.98 to 6.98 jmf "r- Swing Boots 3,98 volusf, New 1.49 IWBOY BOOTS Judge Rejects Move to Oust Sheppard Case By ftELMAN MORIN CLEVELAND (At The judge in the Sheppard murder trial overruled today defense motions /or IS KILLED LOUVAtN, Belgium, (UP) An express train carrying German 'ahs home from ail England-German soccer match pluged oil an embankment early today. Police reported 15 dead and at least 30 persons hospitalized. The train was one of seven >ecials crammed with football fans burning home from London. Th-j directed verdict of acquittal. vious closing levels. Wheat Closed '/»-!' 2 higher, t)e- cember $ 2.27, -1/2, corn .lower to >/ 2 higher, December $1.56%-. ots 3 / K lov;er tc 1' ceiit higher, December 823'g-Vi, rye higher, December $l.33!/2-!4, and soybeans 1 '/<> lower to \'z higher, Jan- ufliy $2.80-1/2. Wheat: None Cron: No. 2 ynl- Jow l.rj7'/4-1.52'/ 4 ; No. 3 1.51-55'/i; No. 4 145-40>' 2 ; No ' 1.38-41 OaU: No 1 heavy white 87-88; No 2 choice 88; sample jjrade Barley nominal: Malting 1.30-52; feed 1.10-19. PUULTRV AND PRODUCE CHICAGO ; I/PI Live poultry steady on hens, about steady '• on oung 'stock; receipts in coops 735 .(yesterday 1.J87 coops, 104,4(191 b); fiO.b. paying prices un- :hanc;ed;' heavy" Hens 17-10; light E-tfS 12.14; fryers and broilprs 2327; old 'roosters 12-12.5; caponettes ?7-39; Hen turkeys_' 37-37.s': 1 young [om turkeys 23-26; ducklings 30; farmer 'ducks dyer 5 Ib 22,- under s ib 18. ' .-••••.':• Butter unsettled; receipts 704,870; wholesale buying prices unchanged to % lowfer; 93 score A A 60; 02 A 59.75-61!;' 00 B 58.25; 89 C 37; cars 9 OB 58.75; 89 C' 7. Eggs steady to firm; receipts 9,104; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 higher; U. S. large whitee 33; mixed 32.-S3; mediums .5; standards 29; current receipts 25; dirties 22;. checks 22; NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK W) Cotton futures were lower today in dull trading. Expectations cf a higher government cotton crop report to be issued next week brought in hedge s-ejling and liquidation. Late afternoon prices were 5 to 50 cents "a bale lower than the previous close. Dec. 34.07, March' 34.43 and May 34.6&. .NEW YQRK .(STOCKS NEW YORK W) The Stock Pope's Condition Turns for Worse VATICAN 'CITY (UP) Pope Pius XII was reported by Vatican sources 'tonight to have suffered a heart att.ack, . . A prqss office announcement from the Vatican, said ' the holy father suffered a heart collapse at 3:30 p. m.(0: A. M. EST). O/lic'ials fears were expressed that the 78-year-old pope might not survive the night.- disposed of by the courl," Common Pleas Judge Edward Blythin said as the session opened. Therefore, he said, the Various motions made yesterday by the defense to dismiss the murder charges against Dr. Samuel Shep' pard would be overruled. Judge Blythin said his decision did not mean that he has any opinion "or even right to have an opinion" as to the guilt or innocence of the accused Osteopath. Sheppard, 31, :s charged with irst degree murder in the blud- eoning of his pregnant wife. Mav- lyn, also 31, in her bed at their akefront home last July 4. The effect of -the judge's ruling grinst the defense motions for a lirected verdict of acquittal or isrnissal of the indictment was to eave the question of the handsome efendant's guilt or innocence for he jury of seven men and five vbmen. The defense then proceeded with Ls case, calling as its first witness Jr. Stephen Sheppard, elder broth- r of the defendant. Dr. Steve, one if three osteopath brothers who aractice with their father, has been he only relative of the defendant {lowed-in. court during the trial, now near the end of its seventh veek. VATICAN CITY The Market moved higher today along a harrow" path m" the early afternoon. , , , ; ; > Gains :at the 1 ^ best.; in- key areas qame 'to -between • 1 and 2 points •while losses amounted to.\about a noint.'at the' .oiitslde. •".'•'. • „ ; : •' Aircrafs were outstanding on the higher -side as they.', were yestdr- ajyV'. "•'"•*.':. '"-': .VI ''"•",;••. The modest inc line tcday replaced, fa,lling^ prjces of^the. two'' days. ' past QRAIfi AND PROVISIONS . . 'CHICAGO'®'' Pri c'e treh ds, in greind, • .wer<p h,i g.hU y, . cpiif used throughout '. most ! .'pr th'e session or» the. ^arli-'oi: Trade; today. . , . ' } . . 'at } hjd; a firm fpne. . .Buying condition of Pcpe Pius XII has taken a turn for the worse and the coming night will be "important" to' him, unofficial Vatican sources reported today.; . . . The, sources said the stomach trouble which - has forced the 73- year-old pontiff to receive nourishment -indirectly became more serious during the day. They said the pope .was vomiting again. There was no immedia officia confirm'ation-of these'reports. Earlier in/the.; day V.aticar sources/said the. pope, disturbec by, hiccups,' was' haying difficulty in obtaining the absolute rest or dered by his doctors. In addition to :hiccups that dis turbed his sleep last- r\ight • the pope is; seized-with occasional sto rriach-pains; the .sources said. • The sfiiritijal leader.;of-ttic.wpjldV 4,25,000^000 'f'Ro'ma'n Catholics/*ha suffered • a- recurrence • of the ail rnent. that seriously weakened him last winter/ • ' . • " Bow, Arrow Deer Hunting Legal LITTLE . ROCK UP) Arkansas second 154 bow-and arrow hunting serson for deer is in full swing the state Game and Fish Commis fion said today. Commission Executive Secretary T. Arthur McAmi.3 said the seasor opened last Monday, and will clos< Sunday. He -warned that hunters who tak advantage of- the season are no allowed to tike along firearms, it' even illegal to'have a gur. in a ca or the d'eer' cpmp, be said. PILLOW'S GIFT SHOP * Personalized Christmas Cards • Open every ' Wednesday . ! . Night '. 7:30,-9 P.-M. 305 S. Laurel team itself was on another train The first three cars plunged over a 12-febt bank when the train dc- The ukelele started as a.Porlu-j musical instrument and is- gese now m sylvania. Thursday, December 2, 19S4 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS anufactured chiefly in Penn- FOR QUALITY and Let us fill those Vital Prescriptions for speedy delivery from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Registered Druggist on duty at all times. Call PR 7-3424 DEPENDABILITY Crescent Drug 225 S. MAIN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds, Farm Buildings and industrial Buildings made according to specifications.. Can be constructed at low cost. CALL;.*. PR7-4683 for complete information, DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. demonstration Is being sponsored by the Hope Federation of Gfardeh Clubs. In making these arrangements, Mrs. Hamm will use material available to everyone, and the arrangements which she makes will be sold to the public. Tickets are on sale by Garden Club members. Calendar Thursday December Z Hope Chapter 328 Order of the Eastern Star will meet Thursday December 2, at 7:30 p. m. There will be an installation of officers V.tflB p. m. The public is invited to attend. All directors and participants in the Christmas Pageant at the First Methodist Church are requested to come to dress rehearsal, Thursday night, December 2, at 7:30 o'clock. Saturday December 4 The Daffodil Garden Club will ! have a rummage sale Saturday g*f| mu-ning beginning at 9 o'clock at w ' the corner o£ Second and Walnut follow, and the annual Wanda Staley offering will be taken. Circle 6 of the W. S. C. S. will meet Monday, December 6. at the home of Mrs. George Murphy. There will be a pot luck luncheon' at 1 p. m. Mrs. David Waddle will bring the devotional, ,and Mrs. George Peck will have charge of the program. A love offering for Wanda Staley will be taken. The C. W. F. of the First Christian Church will have a Christmas luncheon at 12:30 p. m. at the church. CxquUit* Columbia Diamond Ring*-guaranteed toreverl Before selecting any diamond ring . . . you owe it to yourself to see the fabulous Columbia "Tru- Fit" witrvGuardian Angel. . Stewart's Jewelry Store 'Reliable Jewelers" streets. When can I see the sporty New Montclair —AT YOUR MERCURY DEALER'S NOW! Sunday December 5 The CWF ol the First Christian Church will have a Woman's Day Program at the Church at 7:30 p. m. Sunday, December 5. Monday December 6 Circle 3 ol the W. S. C. S. of the Ficst Methodist Church will have a 'Covered dish luncheon at 1 p. m. Monday, December G, at the church. A Christmas program will Tuesday December 7 Circle 1 of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church will hav» a luncheon Tuesday, December 7, at 12:30 at the home of Mrs. P. H. Webb, East 14th street, with Mrs. Ross Moore and Mrs. C. A. Williams as co-hostesses. Members are asked to bring a Wanda Staley offering. Wednesday December 8 Mrs. Justine Moore Hamm will give a demonstration on Christmas arrangements at 1 p. m. Wednesday, December 8, in the First Me thodist Church basement. The SHOP BARRY'S AND SAVE - - - YoM'a/ttese 7H£ S£ST fA/ STOCK REDUCTIO During the past few months we have purchased several stocks of merchandise and have sold jots of it but now we have many odd lots of this fine merchandise that we can offer you at very low prices. Some of this merchandise listed below will be sold for ]/2 price ..;. "AS THIS MERCHANDISE WAS BOUGHT FOR 50c ON THE DOLLAR AND LESS" STRETCH SOX Sox for men and boys that sell up to 98c a pair. Going during this sale for only 35cpair (3 Pairs . . . . 98c) S SPORT COATS 3.98 to 13.49 MEN'S DRESS 99c to 4.49 MEN'S^ WORK PANTS h, type 1 1.98 values 3.29 Cramerton cloth, type 1 pants. Regular 4.98 values. 'S DRESS GLOVES 1.98 to 3.93 DRESS SHIRTS to 2.98 MEN'S LEATHER CAPS Regijlar 1.98 values. Now 98c MEN'S OVERALLS Regular 2.98 values. Now 2.29 LADIES HATS I lot of f Jill going 98c Just received a big lot of these, 4.98 to 7.50 value* all going for only PRI NTS and BROADCLOTH 1000 ygrdf »f these that ore regular 39c valuei, now 25c yd. llll , ....... ...... ,..-•........- ...... II •• 80 SQUARE PRINTS 1500 yards of these that are best prints. Now only 39cyd. DOMESTIC , 500 yards of this regular 39c domestic going for only 25cyd. 200 YARDS CORDUROY A real big value buy. Regular 1.29 a yard values. Now only 69c yd. 54 INCH SUITING 300 yards of this suiting that is regular 1.98 a yard value.. . 88c yd. RAYON SATIN s rayon satin thai yard value. No 39c yd. 300 yards of this rayon satin that, is a regular 98c a yard value. Now NYLON LINEN >is and it's a rec Special 49c yd. Fresh Pullet EGGS EXTRA SPECIAL Dozen SILVER MIST POTTED MEAT 200 yards of this and it's a regular 98c value. Special CHAMBRAY 500 yards of this fancy and solid colors chambray Regular 39c value. 25c yd. MACHINE THREAD Regular 29c values. Now 23c , CRQCHET THREAD ' Regular 29c value. Special 23c RUG YARN Regular 29c value. Special 23c REGULAR lOc THREAD Extro special now 7c -> DEFT. STORE 215$, MAIN HOPE ARK* MEN'S WORK SHIRTS These blue work shirts jjre regylar $1.49 values. During fhi$ big wljii npw only EXTRA SPECIAL Lb. Can LARD LAIN CHILI Chocolate Covered CHERRIES 1 Lb. Box 55c MUK SUPPIIIS EXTRA,VITAMIM POTATOES NICE YELLOW, RIPE ANANAS 2 SQUASH 2 lb! 25c POTATOES Notice The Junior-Senior High P. T. A. Talent niaht scheduled for Friday night, December 3, has been postponed until Friday. December 10. Senior Ladles Auxiliary Meets Monday At Church Eleven members and one visitor were present for the meeting of the Senior Ladies Auxiliary which was held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the Unity Baptist Church. Mrs. Clyde Smith, accompanied by Mrs. Howard Collier at the piano, led in the singing of sev eral songs. Mrs. Collier led in prayer. Mrs. Irvin Crank gave thp devotional from the 34th Psalm, Prayer was led by Mrs. Riley Lewallen. Mr, Story, a visitor, taught the lesson in the absence of the pastor. Elder Howard White. Following a short business meet- Ing conducted by Mrs. Jesse Sinclair, the group was dismissed by Mrs. Tom Anderson, with a luncheon In honor of Miss Martha Wray, bride-elect of Lawrence W. Hazzard, at the home of Mrs. B. L. ftetti*. with Mrs. Rettifl as caterer. The reception rooms were aglow with arrangements of fall flowers Including vari-colored chrysanthemums and roses. The bride's table was centered with a modern arrangement of painted driftwood, with canaries and pinocchio roses reflected in the mirrored base which was surroundfed by live winter moss. A vase of full bloomed pinocchio roses and Candles of the same color in chrystal candle holders complimented the buffet, and carried out the color scheme of pink and white. The color was noted in the bridal place cards and favors of tiny individual china ash trays filled with pastel colored mints. Guests were seated at the large bride's table and smaller quartet tables. A delicious three course luncheon was served to Miss Wray, her mother, Mrs. Evan Wray, her grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Arnold, the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. B. M. Hazzard, Mrs. John Meeks, Miss Caroline Hawthorne Miss Jane McGregor of Baylor University, Mrs. E. S. McGregor of Tuscon, Arizona, Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, Mrs. Catherine Howard, Mrs. Harry Hawthorne, Mrs. E. W. Copeland, Miss Margaret Arnold and the hostesses. Miss Martha Wray Honored With Luncheon On Saturday, November 27, at 1:00 o'clock, Mrs. F. R. Johnson and Mrs. C. D. Gibson entertained *48W PRESCOTT NEWS Bright and had as his guests, and Dick Hunter of Palestine, Te*- Mrs. 'Robert Jordan Honored Mrs. Robert Jordan of Little Rock, the former Miss Lavina Garrett, was honored with a wedding shower given by Mrs. Wilburn Willis and Mrs. Lewis Garrctt on Saturday afternoon in the home of the former. Graceful arrangements of purple and yellow mums decorated •the rooms. Mrs. Jordan received a corsage of yellow mums. In the games that were played prizes were won by Mrs. Sam Cox and Mrs. Jordan whose prize was her lovely gifts. Coffee, cake and salted nuts were served to 12 guests. Mrs. Leon Garrett of Naples, Texas was 'an out of town guest. •Z^sx**^ Gold Medal FLOUR EXTRA SPECIAL 10 Lb. Bag 4.25 All Brands Can LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE JUKE 3-460z. Cans $1.00 Libby's TOMATO JUKE 3 Cans $1.00 USf PET Ml IK IN All YOUR COOKING FRESH DRESSED C FRYERS CHUCK ROAST Lb. STEW MEAT Lb. MIXED SAUSAGE PORK Lb. SIRLOIN orT-BONE STEAKS Lb. ^PBP* jp»^i||| pP ^r ^B ^P ^B ^^^^ MARKIT Newlyweds Are Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Paris Center Recreation Club Meets The Center Recreation Club met at the Club house Tuesday evening November 23 for the regular monthly meeting. Thirty-six members and two guests, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Franklin Nelson, enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner. During the business meeting the following officers were elected: President, Olin Wells; Vice-president, LeRoy Martin; Secretary and treasurer, Delmar Daniels; Pro- Anderson entertained Cpl. and Mrs. Billy G. Anderson, a recently wed couple, with a shower at their home on Friday night. The bride is the former Miss Lynette Lee of Springhill and Tyler, Texas.' The Anderson home was attr.act- ively decorated with arrangements of red roses, mums and chrysanthemums. Guests were greeted at the door by the mothers of the honored couple. Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs. Eldridge Lee. Mrs. Troy Flowers was in charge of the guest book, and Mrs. Paris Anderson presided over the gifts. After several games had been played, the guests were served a dessert plata with iced drinks, and Cpl. and. Mrs. Anderson opened their many gifts. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Elam ' and Martha Ann, Mrs. James Anderson and daughters, Mary June and Diane, Mrs. Bertha Hucj^abee, Mr. and Mrs, O.-D. Middle'brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Cap Townsend and Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson, Mr. Joe Martin, Mr. John Lee Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Betts, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Flowers, Misses Pat and Nan Belts, Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Starnes, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCormack, Mrs. Zed Belts, Mrs. Fred Fuller, Mrs. J. R., Anderson, Miss Helen Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. -Milo Shepherd and Barbara^ Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Belts, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fuller. Mrs. Jewel Shields, Mrs. Buck DeVen- ney, Virgil and juanita, Mr. and Mrs. Cliflon Bowden, Miss Marilyn Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hunt, Miss Vera Williams, Miss Dorolhy Williams, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Norman Gilbey and Pamela, Mrs. Ivau Williams, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and Mri*"and Mrs. Eldredge Lee. Those sending gifts were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Otsvell, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson, Etheline Cato, Mr. and Mrs. Burkett Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Co wart, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Flow ers, Mrs. Grace Kidd, Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. Barney Cato, Miss Tee Cato, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burns Brooks Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Ogburn and Vicki of Marshall Texas, and Mrs. J. L. Anderson. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. J. B. Beard, Rt '2, Hope, Mst. Larry Jones, Ble vnis. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Johnnie Green Rt. 4, Hope, Mrs. Joe Hollis, Hope Cheryl Dunlap, Hope, Betlye Da vis, Garland Cily. Discharged: Mrs. Ray Fosler Hope, Mr. Rufus Taylor, R 1, Hope, Mr. Wayward Burke Bt. 3, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hollis, Hope have a daughter born at 4:40 a. m December 1st. ram Director, Mrs. A. M. Rettig. Plans were made for the annual hristmas dinner to be held Tues- ay, December 21 at 7 p. hi. The program consisting of mus- cal selections by Martha Cottlng- am and Mary Lou McKinnon and unique spelling contest conduced by Mrs. E. Adam was enjoy- d by all. Mrs. L. L. Buchanan, Miss Mary Buchanan and Miss Nina Milarrt were Friday Visitors in Texarkatra, Miss Barbara Starrett of Smack- ver has been the guest of Miss ancy Gulley. Mrs. B. C, Stivers has had as her uesls Mr. and Mrs. Price Ramey, Scotty and Barbara of Cener, Texas and Jack Stivers, stu- ent at the University of Arkanas, Fayetteville. Mr .and Mrs. Orville Kelly and ohnnie of Commerce, Texas were he holiday guests of her parents, dr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hooks. as. Miss Merilyn Lee Rogers attended a recreational work shop at the First Methodist Church in Hot Sfl 4 rings on Friday and Saturday. Arkanion A wo I Posthumouily Miss Julia Smith of Arkadelphla was the Thursday and Friday guest of Miss Elizabeth Koslosky. Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie, and Mrs. Jewel Roberts of Gurdon visited Mrs. Bill Harrison at the Texarkana Hospital, Texarkana Sunday. , On J * Mrs. Vick Scott and Miss Carol Scott Were the Thursday guests of her and Mrs. Dwlght Scott in Little Rock who accompanied them home for a weekend visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joffre Rogers and hildren of Warren have been the guests of 'Mrs. Ida Martin and Miss ue Martin. Mrs. R. P. Hamby has been the guest of relatives in Fulton. hondf was awarded to afl 18^6t-old 4 brave attd:savage Kdrean moutitnin enemy Reds went through. Cpl Chftfles TJ. ville, Ark., was killed credible Valor arid SUfl flee" stobped the Stdvarte my and enabled his.Dfilt, batk In safetjn, - * *« PINALLV ft CAMB TRENTON, N. 3. e Witt ot Penttdel, Quarter in ah alitorn^UC ine yesterday pened. - - -> Peeved, De Witt slldok, pounded the niacWhb.' ^ Ito ice. , '. ' f Finally, De Witt kicked inc. A 100-pound bldck" 6 down the chute and.flporecU CRUSHED TO DEATH MONTICELLO, Ward Bar- Mrs. Mettie Robinson has had as her guesls,, Mr. and Mrs. El- vood Robinson, Jennie and Belly iynn of El Dorado and Mr. and Mrs. Denlon Robinson and children of Camden. nett, 24, an employe of Selma Timber Co. ,near here, was crushed to death yesterday by a falling tree. Witnesses said Barnett WaS helping fell a tree When the tree pivoted and fell on him. Mrs. N. B. Nelson of Searcy has returned lo her home after being the guests of Dr. and Mrs. N. R. Nelson, Children don't "fight" it — they like pura orange flavor. Easy to give. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miner and Kit of Magnolia have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Watson Ward. Miss Berva Hilt of Little Rock spent the holidays wilh her mother, Mrs. Bob Hitt. Don and Judy Bikes have returned to DeQueen afler a visit with Jame$ and Rulh Hairslon. , Mr. and Mrs. Walson Buchanan have had as their guests, Dr add JVtrs. James- Stephenson and family of Liltle Rock, and their son, Clyde Watson, who attends Little •Rock Junior Colleger OANCINO FRA Give her Figurine,, newest rBoro.lhyy Gray fragrance, that batches «ill4tfi« J glamour of the b'allet.' F< ' ' ' '*** she'd Jove the Colpgnc.^S^f Dusting Powder with Figurine comes in a complete line Christmaa-spiritwhJte'ana got a/bath and beauty luxuria. s^" 1 ,'~ •- ' Geprge Bright, a student al the University of Arkansas, Fayette- Ville, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith JOHN P. COX DRUG Wallgreen Agency Phone 7-' John P. Cox Drug • ...-. . • - -. ..... ...... . v ^^^t-- bHEHGER HURRY! LAST DAY • FEATURE TIMES•:• 2:OQ - 3:56 - 5:53 - 7:48 - 9:44 DAMGER^US MISSION Victor Piper Vincent MATURE-LAURIE-PRICE ,1, Queen Bee Cartoon 2. Rudy, The Raccoon 3. Fish Tales 4. News of the Day WALGREEN AGENCY "We Give Eagle Stamps BOOK l MATCHES i 2i37 c (Limit 2 ctns.) Evers/iarp SCHICK BLADES Injector of 20 73 C HOME NEEDS Sale! O-CEL-O SPONGE A Labor Stvtrl OQc 6" wall wtthtr. Qy Stock up and save! Fully Guaranteed/ SPECIAL on 40-hr. ALARMS "Kins' or Corning! .. Baked, enamel finish, OUTDOOR THERMOMETER Keep oft accurate check on Winter's tempuratun Soluble-ized to dissolve in food. WASTE BASKET Fibre basket with " ' metal rim and bottom ...... Ironing Board Pad „ ' Soft foam rubber pad, 4 J8< fits standard board ......... I „ .,« V GIFTS FOR THE HOME TOYS GALORE... '*! • FRI. & SAT, t t TRIPLE PROGRAM • • CORN POPPER BATH SCALE KITCHEN CLOCK Pops 2-qt. of fresh pop- '"Low Boy" style, tip- ' "Triple tested 1 ,'(tor ac. ^ ' -, corn. ULApproved469 proof design £95 curacy. Modem ..IJ85 ^*'^* '. >j,«' •' -'S — - • ^ix» i ^ . . «'••• GiiMfl OinJy'O*"" Fofleria ptovedj|6 . . . 4 s W COMBM er Humpty Dumpty Educational nursery toy, colorful HUMMING TOP 7-in, top that Js sure to fascinate toy, colorful OOc to fascinate CAe plastic. 7-in. tall gQ the little tots,, JJg GOLDEN TRUMPET v Reallyplqys.... $3.98 TONI DOU . $7,49 98c Regular $11.95 value SAND PUMP TRUCK ROY ROGERS TRUCK ond TRAILER GQLPEN CLARINET FOR HIM AND HER... SUNBEAM MIXMASTER the gift she will appreciate for years to come Eight Colorama $C.98 Glasses in rack ... *J Whitman Sampler in $ gift package, one Lb. Russell Stover assorted chocolates, 1 Ib. $.25 pkg. Xmas wrapped |. I GIANT PANDA BfAR $3.98 $3.98 ZIPPO LIGHTER 3 50 Gleaming chrome finish, TREE LIGHTS Christmas A factfcti ELECTRIC HAIR DRYER 0tt«cfi«(/t £59 »Mn<r. • •«W Pries with hot or cold air; powerful. 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