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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, December 21, 1954 <*£f ^ !£& 4-1 . i PRESCOTT NEWS l-f '-" J -~- •" • I0ltt*y rtdU*« Hug* Success | rt j ce and ornaments In a bUh|undy 'r'^stott Council of Garden Clubs |, ow i matched the lamp ^lap- the &>A its rriost successful Holiday c h e 'sl of drawers. Att opened Christ.**...*, _jt 4**_f .J .*.,* VU.H*** <l Irt . __ ±.*Ai . i. _ .> _i4_. J.-&. J nvi 4 Via Viarl and greenery in a white sleigh, pla- , ced on a reflector draped with sil- iver beads and flanked by white tapers in silver holders. The living room mantel was banked with silvered spruce, holly, fed poinseltias and white candles in sp ver holders. The overhanging rhir- jror reflected a silvered pineapple • m f stages Its mosi succession nuuuaj cnesi oi arawers. mi u|jcnc« ._.•».ov rul jcnc>.i«.u « «... r-—-—rr — — *e «8ste* P 0 " 86 * tow ofl *"*"•* from 3 >>m as I** was P la * d on the bed< ltopped wit j 1 a g . re r^ bo T,h an c-i^ a rt tf&F'Ifo^sVrn, afed lto 6 p ' m ' USI "? lhe t A double white foam star topped ments and encircled with silvered icipai crops I ..f'__ J ,a*i**,ti.iia.iir* „* Tf*WM« '» ". ..... . „ »-j — _ wmnnniia lonvps and colored oma- .. ttifee per _xlS53's totals, ort the S'p.-Jfl, and 7,to B p. m. using me A <j oub } e w hite foam star topped mems anu e i.u.i,.«=u «.-.. •»'•-'" theme "fihrl&Hairs at Mame." wilh a wh|tc testament rested on a magnolia leaves and colored orna The^bme ^Mrs. *«tfc Stripling'fable In ihe master bedroom and a ments on the '^ ee '£'%"££ '-•"••• " "--.lighted Christmas . tree, Quaker filets "Uedvvith silvered spruce a v,nnsimas vice, vxun«c« e—— . . - ... onTfoam a china angel, or-.red berries and tied with white on aoam, a t^ B piac- ribbon and bells were placed at Van 0 *"*** w ' . ^i-l. 1.. _'^i_ A _ll..tl« Hn^ilrn rfnP tttttt*n bftoe . On the lawft a large San ane. tfop by 'fctHlribttted * $426,123,000. three per Is v ' still ed at .•&€> e^ttphce decorated with two }|Uf|£. red condleB, greenery t tty, higher .than output 3;S£ Average. eouttted for 85. per cent vilufe.of Arkansas' «; The 1*934 ctop.was ,Sfl2,OOp:7RiCe ranked , " t I&3'" "* .*,r_ .* ..-, * ,„„ «„-.•<! of £53,7,0900. u...*nei-'s sever» drought & C»pS''of' soybeans hay '-'^^bat produclio'n near! previous year's cfo'p, ,v»^14 vegetables, includ* fee»fe8^eld 'tfie line 1 with MARKETS o* ights ,<flnd jwinsettias. Little Miss, filafla Cashman greeted thetii at the door from which hung a huge red bow tied with bells? VG 3 ilUlc ui iiitt-i cot, f j*i»*«j»»—— i* A Sieign filled'wlth Cologne, and of red, green and silver balls, a cahlf jn a perfume bottle and The tea table was covered with hef-flppr-opriate decorations were'an exquisite heirloom hand drawn sid-'m the bathroom. i linen cloth over green. Red carna- AHbttag in courtesies were Mrs. tions and holly draped on^ whitei ta- Cashman, president, Mrs. pers in five silver candela- 1 value. pottery bowl holding red carnations, tapers, snow balls apples and silvered magnolia; leaves graced the coffee table while cedar, nandi- Ina berries, candles and magnolia leaves adorned-the-mantel. A gold kerosene -lamp held a red candle tied With a sfiray of green ornaments, tyhite mums, flame gladiolus and white bells hi a graceful ar- rpngement were placed on another table. A red .satin kissing- ring was sus-, pended in the doorway into the din- where the lace covered uerson wjauuetLe o^mmj uv*^ *>.»-fc. ( **—« \_. ley, Margaret Phillips, and Mary on the silver service tray where Jewell Herring I Mrs. Jack Harrell, president of the The-Rainbow Garden Club was in club, and Mrs. Archie Johnson al- charge ,of decorations at the home ternated. The buffet held silver and of Mrs, Roy Duke where the outside green spruce intermingled with of the picture window-of greenery white tapers tied with silver bows arid blue lights made a fitting and silver bells with red clappers. fet. LOUI3 LIVESTOCK St. LOUIS NATIONAL TOCK- YARD I 1 !. (UP) (M— Livestock: Hogs 6000; barrows and gilts .SO higher, trade active ;FOWS .25 higher boars unchaniSPd; 160-210 Ibs 19.00-19.50; 210-230 Ibs 18.5019.00; 240-260 Ibs 17.50-18.25; 270280 Ibs 17.00-17.50; cows 400 Ibs down- 14.50-1J6.00; heavier sows 13.75-15.25; voars 10.50-13.00. . Cattle 3000; calves. 00;- opener! slow; few !ots good steers: steady at 21.00-22.00; heifers and mixed yearlings in liberal numbers and dreggy! cows steady,' utility aM commercial'9.50-11.50; canners and cvttcrs 7.00f3.50; culls and veal- trs unchaniged; utility and commercial buQls 11.00-13.00; cannor and cuttei" bulls 8.00-10.00; gool tn& choice vealers 21.00-2700; top 29.00; commercial and low good vealers 18.00-20.00. Sheep 2000; steady on wooled ambs. scattered lots good to prima .8.50-20.00; lights made frame 'ibr the Christmas tree de the master bed room a tier- irame -ior me •^nrjsniia» ncc w=- *" —•- - - corated with silver foil, blue prna- ed, tid bit tray holding Christmas ments and lights placed inside. The cards, ornaments and red and other- windows held angels hair and;white mints gave a colorful note. at^thc "same arned -thiiryear i'-abd value; ' rritation-that, 1H55 hanges in in- 'business dc- vAtkinson, farm to- rJima'irt stable. L«C.'-V«") '•—>' Police said iSfli«hb"p6sied a $5 bond '-- 'ticketed 'for parking ne'iexplalned his viola- sJ^^t" of'habit. ids' occupation as bus cd with shellaced fruits and nuts centered' with 'large White candles that rested on a reflector. The buffet was topped with a silver bowl of spruce and ornaments flanked by silver co'mpotes filled with red candles cedar and frosted grapes. 'The breakfast table was spread With a Christmas cloth and set With green and White china and red nap : kins. Red candles were in double crystal candelabra. The chairs tied red foil ornaments. A red bow and ornaments were on the mail box. 'Noel, bells attached to a red lan- terift-aEid' greenery on the front door tinkled a. merry hello. as the door was* opened by Mrs. A. R. Underwood and; Mrs. Ellis Stewart, president of. theclub.- ; .Cedar, ornaments', reindeer and candies,.topped ,a table jn the entrance hall. . In- the living room an open Bible with the nativity scene in the back ground added to the sacredness of the season. White tapers and sp- crystai canaeiama. *.«= ....... .rays of pastel ornaments flanked with green satin bows completed by .blue magnolia - leaves adorned the setting. Uhe mantel. A.wine pottery bowl V/hite Camelias intersperced with silver ornaments in a milk glass bowl flanked by china choir boys with a youthful picture of Jim in the back ground, made an impressive setting for the chest of drawers. The game room was decoratec Prophet-Gives Up, Looking for o Job CHICAGO (UP) — Dr. : Charles Laughead whose predicted tidfr wave didn't show up. closed up Shop as .a prophet today 'and wen looking for a job. Liiughead credited an IHh-hnu reprieve by. the "general" in oth'e spree with saving-Chicago from th tidal wave that was supposed t cngiilf it yesterday. He said h would have "nothing specific" t forecast henceforth. The 44-year-old phynoiar. w'n was fired frcm his job at Mich gan State College because of hi glcomy predictionsi. said he would SIC Calls Em! to Two Weeks Power Hearing Administration officials have defended the project as the most economical and practical way of getting needed additional power for Atomc Energy Commission installations in the area. By RUSSELL BRINES WASHINGTON (IP) ities and . Exchange The Secur- Commission Pay Decrease for Non-Farm Work yesterday ended two weeks of heat- ings on some of. the proposed f i nancing for the controversial Dix- ( ' on-Yates private : power project. , SEC Chairman = lialph Hi Demmler gave opposing attorneys until Jan, 18 to:file their final written ;ar.guments. .He said 'the commission would hear oral arguments the following day. Demrriler said it may take another two weeks for the commission to reaclv its decison on an application by sponsors of the project for approval of a o'.A million dollar stock issue. The bulk of the financing 102 million dollars is to come in the form of long term LITTLE HOC K The Stale Jjl J. J. J-J-U i,v>~ -- _ t Employment Security Division reported today that non-frrm —- •loyment decreased v.-hile the average creased. em- durinp, 1034 salary in- The report said average employment durin" the first It rnontns this year'V/as S04300. This \ 36 per cent lower than the average number of jobs during, .the same period o£ 1353. The average weekly wage nor.-farm workers vas $51.03, or S1.53 higher than last year's average. '' ' .. for NEW YORK STOCKS spend Christmas with his family a( East Lansing Mich. Then he said, he will start look- NEW -YORK . ... Oils made gains today in a mixed stock market. • In the early afternoo there were geins mining to around 4 points at the ; outside. Losses extended to around a point in a few instances. Hiclpfield Oil was up around 4 points' after trading a block of 1,000 / shares up 2 at 74.. . loans. The project has arounsed the wire of public power advocates who : " view the proposal to furnish pri- ing for a new job but he wasn't vate power to t he Tennessee Va- worried about finding one. ]cy Authority area as a possible "I feel bigger things arc m store ! move toward destruction of TVA r me" Laughead said. "I'm not . for worried about a ;ob. Laughead was reluctant to claim that the earthquake that hit California yesterday confirmed his forecart of "cataclysmio" events to accompany'-ihe Chicago tidal wave. However, Mrs. Dorothy Martin UUU i snares up *- «t '^» • xiuwyvur, ivus. uuiuiuy iviuiun Oils were higher all around while who claims' to 1 be in contact with lailr^ads movies steels and air- other-world informants said she .!!«; e,"...^ .— — — cralis were up on balance. Motors hed benn told that "sei.smatic 'dis.r in the traditional manner with a j^j a i ower tendency, along wit'itm-bances would accompany'world- small tree in the window, an °ld CO pj, erSj nii-iinps and utilities. Iiwirfp dpsfmrMon." .. fashioned Christmas scene in a other ma shadow box flanked by red candles to/mixed. a table and a bowl of colored I coppers, airlines and utilities. 1 wide destrucUon. a Other major divisions were steady Mrs. ' Martin in '-whose home Lsughead has been a gUfst since his ouster by Michigan State, said The kitchen boasted a pineapple of Hawaiian anthirum and tie lea- stuck with green gum drops in id yes, flown direct from Honolulu wooden bowl, a basket of fruit by placed on the coffee table blended which lay a white net apron trim- with the wine sofa, med with red satin ribbon and onv -The dining table was spread with aments on the pocket. On the coun- a white linen embroidered .cloth ter tops were tempting pop corn with-a' centerpiece of white cand- balls crab apples and donuts and.] les, -cedar • and ornaments, mag- a coconut cakq on a cake stand. Ajriolia .leaves and huge gold pine cake pan'from which fell red rjb-J cones banked the buffet., hons tied with cookie cutters hung -. A" re'd felt' stocking Was draped • UU " B , . . , 'on the- back of a Chair in the ornaments and red tapers on the POULTRY AND PRODUCE the West Coast eartho.wk«5 "bor< T V An egg basket filled with colored balls and greenery was'plac- CHICAGO UP) Live P°" ed on the outside of the door toarey steady; r ece 'P ts S 29 ,..- 00 , 0 ^ 3 An organdy tree sprinkled with yesterday 992 coops 193,589 colored stars, made by Wally Pitt- f.o.b. paying prices unchan mari Sammy and Mary Cruse was Sight hens 12.5-13.5; heavy hens placed on the bedside^ table to 17-1W,^ers and h^.21^ out" lier predictioni She said she wo'iild-likes to reveal more but that the prophets "have ;ot giver, me authority to (Jo so : must abide by.'their decision." Lairzhead insisted .that there nai Venn no' mistake in his a^d Mi's. Martin's: forecast•"of; a tidal wave end earthquakes. "There was no error on her part" he said. '-She got the mes- idges right. It : was just »hnt the general—you may call' birr, a go: changed - strategy at the last mo rriciit.-"' ;..•' •••' ••-..- ' Appropriate BIBLES Stories of the Bible in "BIBLE STORIES FOR CHILDREN" John S. Gibson Drug Co. Phone 7-2201 ; door. ;'!'K '•t ri- UIl IHC UClAOiVAfe i,t» «rf»v. »•»•-.. i _-„ room. A large candle stud-j old roosters ^2-12.^; was a top the PENNEY'S STILL HAS PLENTY OF WONDERFUL GIFTS .. . chest of drawers. In Mrs Britts room a bedside hen turkensy 37-38; fancy torn tur- fSeffid h B ony, a red candle in -fcey. »5«; y oun g torn turkeys -holder and typical of her faith. Among the 222 that called j£3.?-6; ducklings 30 ; farmer ducks over 5 Ib 22 under. 5 Ib 18, geese j re-123-24. 1 a capinei UOUJL, .i,v" »M- — ——- — , *' *. A dus£ pan v tied with green rib-, guest-room and a' unique perforat- bon and bells was placed on the; e .d foil sritjbon tree decorated with door that' led " into the breezeV glitter, balls was on the flwaser.• •way'where packages were spread j n the kitchen a red .dust pan fil- under an unusual pink bird tree de 1 - le'd' with, greenery; aftd' pine, cones corated with pink tinsel birds and and tied with a red b'ow made + a ornaments'that was placed before, clever wall'plaque. A green cloth the windows laced with pink tinsel with.'cutouts; of red felt.bells and. blue beads and ornaments. ,Pin$ ppihsettia's ';covered the: breakfast •^ _. " * ~ ___ji_ \.« n «^ unmVA/i 14«iui n '. T«rvv*%H«tf nun ,ca~kes iced topped with presentatives were hia, and' Magnolia. from Emmet I Butter steady; receipts 602213; Ari^SU'holesale -• buying prices unchang- Ar p ^a--, 92 score AA 5.75; 92 A 58.25: 90' B 57.75; 89 C 6.; .cars 90 B £.25; 89 C 57. Mr and Mrs. Benhie Benton arid! Eggs easy; receipts Jimmy Benton of Hot Springs were -wholesale buying prices. %: to _ l Friday visitors in Prescott. 1 [lower^ U.J^rge^tec^nux ; | Charles Ya'rbrough;: student :Kemper ' Military c -- 1 -—' ^ ville, ed ed 30; mediums 28; standard!? 33;'• at ] current receipts 25; dirties 22; Sbhool, Boone-1 chocks 22. Saturday framed^ with p>nk,ta cent a;of orna- POffee table held; a huge can-dle suxrounded with sil- : vered nandlna and snow balls, sp-. rlnkled With sequins. On the record player a pair of reading glasses were beside an_open Bible lighted by a chiija angel. • In the 'guest room a bell tree on the dresser, placed '"Silent Night." An arrangement of driftwood, sp-. futures center, .The curtains dotted "with or-vgh. ' .'•;."'/.. ,- - haments completed' the setting. ' ' - — '? Birds and a nest - perched in , a Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kelly ana driftwood-bird tree'and a basket'of 1 jphnny of Commerce, Texas are colorful Christmas cards gave a the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. festive air-to the'den. :l johnny Hooks. PIIMDW'S GIFT SHOP Open Every high* 'til Christmas 3058. Laurel Mrs.- L. D, Turney, Mrs. Mary B. Smith and MrsV Bert W.ingfield assisted in' courtesies. The colonial home of Mrs. J. R. Bemis-was in charge of the Rose Garden Club. Cedar outlined the front entrance and filled'iron pots on each sfde 1 . A large, fpam' sripw man encircled with snow balls and greenery was, placed jauntily on the screen door. .'''.•.• Guests were greeted by Mrs. JEarl Eppler, Mrs .J. T. McRae. and Mrs. D. L, McRae Jr., spent last week in Little Rock and was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs Grace Wilson, who is her gu,- • "' Scattered hedging and liquidation I me tonly limited trade buying. Seme demand came from spot IOUEC buying of futures' st New York Against sales in New Orleans. Late afternoon prices were unchanged to 25 cents a bale lower than'the previous close. Me 34.72 May 35.00, Jly 35.12. Mr. and Mrs..- Harold Simpson of Cincinnati, Ohio are the house guests of their daughter, Mrs. J R. Bemis and family. Mrs; Earl' Eppler spent Satur tAR OWNERS Service Station JJjJjJ^l fit DH llSt.t -W*A •• ' •** . A • *»* WAVWW ' t**^-rf. , iYAi O( >^*c** * " _~,^.-«,. — t _-Mrs, .-Vernon 'Buchanan, president day in Malverh with Mr. Eppler. of the club and inVited into the hall —-—: where white magpqli^leayes with Friends of W. S. Roe will regre silver -gutter 'and oyn^ments grace- that he is seriously ill at the Cora fully decorated the'stairway, White ponnell Hospital. pussy willow, magnolia leaves, • "TT"^ .''-,, i, arid ornaments on foam flanked Friends.of Jada McGuire will be by whiie tapers graced a table, glad to know he has resumed his Three huge red bells tied with a, duties at the Chamber of Corn- green tulle bow hung in the picture merce aftqr being a patient at St. window in the living room. On .the. Michael's Hospital in Texarkana. coffee; table "was. placed silver leaves," ornarnfints,.and ' ~~ J ~-- J1 " GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO Mpst grains ,• moved, higher in moderately active dealings on the Board of Trade today. Aiding the market were such tiems as a two million dollar grant to greece tD buy bread grains a request for offers on 335,000 bushels of soybeans by France and an agriculture department estimate next spring's pig crop will be 5 per cent above that of last spring. Trading in December futures ended at the close. Any contracts still outstanding mus tte settled by delivery of the cash commodity. ,.._„„ , .a.red .candle. Tr .^_ "iii a jsleigh drawn by his reirideer pranced across the top of Jh,e pjano. Ffistflons of cedar ex- t?n4ed pvpr tlie liiahte} from color' ' ChrMtmas elyes. pn each side, ,..„» mantel, arrangement' was designed with graduated red candles, cedar and ornaments in a red combiner, A red v,elvet Santa stood OR 4- lamp table,. A quaint little .flower tree was placed under a glass bell. A beautifully decorated Christmas tree completed the decorations, Red felt stockings were hung over the fire place 'in the den for Ma- rJta Jane, Andy, Harold and Teddy, fiqe and cplpred pine cones were plapgd on the mantel. Lighted revolving Christmas trees flanked th* B0f», -* cloth with white felt CHOCOLATES ,•1- i\ •-, * NORRIS <;ANDY 50c .6.00 cut outs pf belle and trees covei ed the .dining table. A crystal seven branched candelabra holding white csndles with silver glitter formed the centerpiece. The buffet was graced with a silver bowl of covered, ornaments interspersed with cedar and white tapers with silver glitter in silver candlesticks. In the guest room an outstanding scene wa,s a china madonna with » hack groujjd o| candles and holly, yrhste and pink packages under a white tree wag placed on s table. A fat Christmas candle and pin* cones adorned the bed side liable. Assisting in courtesies were Mrs W. O. Golden, Mrs. Harold Lewi* and 'Mrs Carl Dalrymple Th? 'home of Mrs H. H. ,, T ^,^ ?ie, where true hospitality alway presides, was a perfect sqtWna |o Uhe Qhrfotmas j;e» with the goy UJjiem Pfew Garden jeujfc s»s es, ^h.» doprwfy j,n,d ftttr^ctjve with '$W Woy to Keep Yule Tree From Wilting AVASHINGTON Wl H you find your Christmas tree wilting fear not. Just give it a shot of sugar and aspirin. This sweet advice came today from Dr. F. E. Hnnce. principle chemist or the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association experiment station. He wrote up this prescription: When tree arrives in home cut off lower portion of trun.k at an gle and imrrerse cut end in water to which tablespoon of sugar has been added. Stir in two aspirin tablets. The idea is to. keep air from being drawn into the cellular structure of the trunk. It's the air. Dr. Hance said that does most of the ree wilting. Whect clo sed uncharged to 1% higher December ?2.29- $2.23, corn %-l, higher December $1,53-$1.54V 4 oats Va lower to l 5 / a higher .December 84-82, rye 1 lower to '/z higher December $l.ll-$'.'0 I / 2 soybeans Vi-l lower, January $2.82-$3.81. Wheat: No. 3 red 2.30; .jCorn: No. 1 yellow 1.56'/ 4 : No. 2 1.56-56'^; No. 3 1.50'-55.y 2 ; No. 4 1.44i/<.-17'/ 2 ; No 1.34; sample grade 1.3. Oats: No. 1 heavy mixed SB'/a! No. 1 heavy white fJ8Va-89; No. 1 white we'evily 78'/2; No. 2 heavy white •3'/ 2 ; No. 1 white 8; No. 2 white 86. Barley nominal: malting choice 1.30-2; feed 1.10-19. full size 81x108 Eden Warns Soviet Threat Is Great LONDON W British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden warned oday that Russia's threa ttp tha West i s 'as strong as ever and called-fpr a steady military buildup of the Atlantic Alliance. Eden told the House of Conv mons: "The massive military power pf the Soviet Union is still growing rapidly. Soviet policy is still aimed at confusing Dividing and weaken- Enoineer Cleared of'Red Tinge' Rome N. Y. W A civilian elec- trenics engineer who said he was suspended Nov. 33, 1955 from his job at Griffiss Air Force Base on charges of Communist leanings and violations of security regulations said today he had been I cleared and reinstated. An Air Base spokesman confirmed that Martin Levine 29, was back at his job but declined further cdmrnent. Levine had said in a written statement ta newsmen "I am not] sympathizer." Following hjs suspension, Le- '•jie. was called to testify i.n| flew York City before the Senate Permanent investigations sebcom- Wake up to lovely color-in pastel sheets, bracing and beautiful as a glorious new day! You'll find shades to blend with your blankets, your draperies, your entire bedroom scheme. And these are sturdy Nation-Wjdes —made for rigorous wear, heavy tubbing, famous for generations for their lopg thrifty wear. In maize, spring green, blue, others. Twin size 72x108", 2.19 42x36" case, 49c ,./,- V<>''V*j>X*\ "'v - u tf/'' '^' 's '.'M« ^^ <•'&..<•" fT^l ing West." . But he predicted that }n ' the next few years" the grpwing Atlan «c peet 6rmjes equipped with miitee headed by Sen. McCarthy <R-Wis), McCarthy spokesmen said at the time thft the subcommittee ha,d been myestigeUne reports of secu- \{y leaks at Griffiss. After testifying, Levine told , reporter that McCarthy had told 1 him "15 to 20" persons had made i-taterrents that he was 3 Communist or 9 Communist sympathizer. grtapp 'F*,-* !,*¥,,V'-*',,:' r -\i' " JV l A t.'?lM _ i £JL A li. *,\ DURAFLEECE REVERSIBLE '..BLANKET.-..' 7.90 Yours in §hades like sun- flame with grey . , . green with lime . . , pink with rose . . . and others too!01 Truly a new, lovely fashion blanket for your home, for gift-giving. It's the new Puprfleece blend of 90% permanently-curled rgyon and 10% wool • • * iM^urioMsly worm q n 4 l<?ng T wegring. Acetstt _li?*? i i. *fnlt-.nr\ll «- 4 Wednesdoy, December 22, 1954 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS .Calendar .Wednesday December 22 "Mr. «nd Mrs. Graydon Anthony and Dr. and Mrs. George Wright will entertain the seventh ' and •^eighth grade members of the County Club with a semi-formal dance from 7:30 to 10:30 Wednesday ni- fiht. Miss Tish Smith, bride-elect of Robert Alton Jones of Joplin, Mo.,' Will be honoree at a supper on Wednesday evening to be given by Miss Nannette Williams and Miss Charlotte Tarpley at the home of Miss Tarpley. tide motif. Mrs. Frank Thomas voiced the The Wesley Club will meet at the First Methodist Church tonight at 6:30 to go caroling for one hour. opening prayer, and Miss Mildred Taylor gave the devotional from the 14lh chapter of Luke. Mrs. L. C. Kennedy. presented an article on "Christmas Religion," and Mrs. Sam Williams gave a "Christmas Recipe." The special, "Living for Jesus" was read by Mrs. Charles Ellis, and Mrs. Sidney Ward led in prayer. The business meeting was held, uring which time Mrs. Sam Wiliams read the minutes of the pre- ious meeting. Gifts and offerings vere given to needy families. Mrs. i. C. Kennedy voiced the closing irayer. Mrs. Norval and Mrs. Ellis were o-hostesses, and assisted Mrs. Ross in serving refreshments to 15 members. Sunday December 26 A cantata, "Carols of Christmas" will be presented by the choir of the Presbyterian Church at 5 p. m. Sunday, December 26. 'Miss Ann Clayton Booth will entertain Miss Tish Smith and her ^ridal party with a dinner on Sunday night at the Barlow. Monday December 27 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith will be hosts at the rehearsal dinner for the Jones-Smith wedding party on Monday night,'-December 27, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Rettig. .Friday Music Club 'Has Christmas Party ,;,_ The Friday Music Club met at Blithe home of Mrs. G. T. Cannon on F.riday evening, December 17, for a Christmas party. Gifts for a needy family were placed around the lighted tree. After a short business meeting a ; Chrismas story was told by Mrs. Henry Haynes. • Christmas cookies and coffee , were served to the nine members : present, while recordings from ,., "-Hansel and Gretel" were played. Miss Wray, •< *<\, : V- Mr. Hazzard i:t.;, ' i'"' Are Entertained Miss Martha Wray, -her fiance, Lawrence Hazzard, members sf the wedding party and their lates, Mrs. B. M. Hazzard and VIrs. Evan Wray were guests at a [inner given by Miss Caroline lawthorne on Monday night, December 13. The mantel in the living room was decorated with pink and silver eaves and candles, and a small silver tree with blue lovebirds. Dinner was served buffet style rom the dining table which held an arrangement of pink and silver eaves," Christmas balls and 'cand- es. Miss Wray wore a dress of pink laille and a pink corsage. The hon ored couple was presented a gift of china by the hostess. l " : Mrs. Ross Entertains .Willing Workers Auxiliary Mrs. Harrison Ross entertained members of the Unity Baptist Willing Workers Auxiliary at her home pn Monday at 7 p. m* The Ross home was decorated in. the Yule SHEnCEiR f THEATRE * — FEATURE TIMES — 2:00 - 3:55 - 5:3?-- 7:34 - 9:29 GARSON•RYAN • SHORTS • 1. NEWS OF THE DAY 1. BIRD CARTOON LET'S BE DIFFERENT THIS CHRISTMAS . . . GIVE BOOKS OF HAPPINESS Weather Brings Many Surprises By United Press Old mart winter made his official si-rival in the nation today and brought along some surprises. In Wyoming and Montana, where residents ar.3 often digging out of enow storms at this time of year, the temperatures were higher than they were in most of Florida. Women in Maimi Fla., put on fur jackets to do their Christmas shopping. But at mile-high Denver Colo, the weather was so mild rhoppers were going around in jackets. New York City, where the weather generally isn't too revere was cne of the chilliest places in the ration. The temperature was expected to go to 10 or five degrees &bove zero today. New England however, maintained its wintry traditions with a snow storm that cancelled air traffic at Boston Mass., and piled up to 16 inches of snow at Portsmouth N.H. In Europe winter' opened with hurricane v/inds and floods in the north and snow rain and blinding fog in the south. Eight deaths were blamed on the weather. Meanwhile a Mexican cold wave accounted for 17 deaths. Miss Tish Smith Complimented With Luncheon Miss Roberta Howard compli- New Hampshire was the first of the 13 original colones to declare its independence from Great Britain, in January, 1776. with small silver packages tied with red ribbon with each tag bearing the name of a guest. Miss Smith was presented a silver tray, wrapped in silver and tied with red ribbon, and a corsage of red roses. The honoree wore a trousseau frock of brown wool trimmed with a white' collar. , . the* pretlf Woritel In Wth m., lake pufled t-nd fWGeel !h th^ mil'Me jealous efelr ,U to an! unideh. ,. Once this -tftorhaii turned, the. woman 1 could make a 'quick I room but held a physician aS\ her. It was a, three among fir, Corbitu Ti Mis Davis -that she retti didl .Linen,' stressed in all resort collections as an important fabric this year, is used in daytime-to-cvening clothes by Dallas designers. Late day dress (left) of pure Irish linen has splashes of zinnia and -turquoise against: .a natural background. Suit . (center) is in natural linen with double belt that picks up splash of print-in the blouse. Color-coordinated blouse and Bermuda shorts (right) in linen team shorts in natural color with blouse In peony and royal print on natural background. All three designs are by. Ike Clark of Dallas. And all three demonstrate the new look of linen this year. By NOEL ^ WAKE FOREST tic police , and, tini-ed thelf i the doof k -of \ a , small here today*, tfftjUde^'i cr'kept a pfetcil -pressfedj side of a 'prett threatening to N one else who.canifi; The , terrifying t d Elizabeth -DaVls, yesterday About Graham TJ the woman, a tiny' ropnj ing cases" Mill, Both are "e There v ne ^* mented Miss Tish Smith, bride- elect of Robert Alton Jones of Jop- in, Mo., with a surprise birthday party and luncheon on Monday, December 20. The 16 guests were invited into the dining room, where a huge birthday cake, surrounded with greenery and Christmas balls, was : displayed. The bridal party was seated at the dining table, and the other guests were seated at quartet tables which were centered with arrangements of red candles and silver holders. Places were marked TO OUR PATRONS Prescription Price When you. have a Prescription to be filled, we shall be glad to discuss its cost. We invite frank discussion because our prescription prices are based upon a formula which is fair to all. We hope that we may fill your next prescription. Ward & Son DRUGGIST 102 W. Second St. Phone 7-2292 Iris Garden Club Makes Christmas Decorations For State Hospital •The Iris Garden Club met Tuesday, December 21, at the home of Mrs. Daniel Blake to make Christmas decorations for the state hospital at Benton. Twenty door sprays of holly, berries, pine cones and red oil cloth ribbons were made and will be delivered on Wednesday, December 22, by Mrs. E. O. Wingfield. Mrs. Blake served pie and coffee to those present. DOROTHY DIX Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. John Clyde Hill and children of Little Rock will spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Clyde Hill. Airman Tirst Class Florence McCorkle is spending the holidays with relatives and friends in Hope. Sonny Griffin has arrived from Oklahoma A & 'M to spend holidays with his parents. the Mrs. J. C. Atchley and family have returned from DeKalb, Texas, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Atchley's father, who died Monday night. ..^jji- Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Vickie Beth Ballard, Hope, Mr. H. C. Kennedy, Hope, Mr. H. C. Jackson, Hope, Altha Shaw, .Hope, Hershel Martin, Hope, Sarah Jones, Hope, Discharged: Mrs. Amanda Huckabee, Hope, Miss Nannie Maroon, Hope, Leona Bailey, Hope, Argusta Burton and son, Hope. Branch Admitted: Mrs. Sherman Wilson, Rt. 4, Hope, Mr. Bennie Cowell, Rt. 4, Hope, Mr. J. P. Webb, Washington, Nancy Primus, Magnolia. OUT THEY GO!! We are closing out our current stock of RECORDS and ALBUMS Prices Sloshed to the Bottom. Buy Now 2000 (78RPM) RECORDS These are regular 89c values. 19c each (10 for $1.50) ALL (45 RPM) SINGLES These are regular 89s values, Ixtrq Special 49c each ALL ALBUMS ..... 25% OFF SALE CLOSES PEC. 24tr Dscharged: Texarkana, Dwight Campbell, Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Wilson of Rt. 4, Hope, announce the arrival of a baby daughter on Dec. 21, 1954. .^t^mm Victory The annual Christmas Party of the Victory Home Demonstration Club was held at the home of Mrs, Carlton Roberts with Mrs. Archie Smith cohostess. After the reading Obstinate Parents Dear Miss Dix: My parents ob jected to my marriage from the beginning they felt I should have'wed someone more to their liking. Yet io me, Phil is everything a girl could want. True, neither his social nor financial position is topnotch, but he is matchless in kindness, co-operation and thoughtfulness. I am 22, my husband is '24 and we've been married a year, so it can't be said that we were too young to know our own minds. We met in high-school days. Mother and Dad claim they could have picked an outstanding man for me, one esteemed in the community. 1 am sure this kind of marriage would never'have appealed to me. How can I assure my parents that I am completely -happy, .that Phil and I love each other? They won't even let him in their hom,e Consequently, I am beginning to begrudge the time spent visiting my family. We can no longer; meet on common ground. When they mention Phil, it is in such disparaging terms that I am greatly upset when I leave. How can I change their opinion, and persuade them to be friendly to my man? CARLOTTE Y. Small Minds Answer: You might as.well.try to change the stars in their courses as to alter the minds of prejudiced persons. You can present your family with incontestable proof of Phil's excellent record as a husband, but their small minds will be Incapable of appreciating, much less admitting, his good qualities. Nevertheless, in spite of their faults, they are stilly your folks, and you ought to continue to pay at least token respect to them. When they criticize your husband, however, they discourage respect. In order to avoid too much friction, stop the next word of censure by stating that you didn't come t'c hear your husband maligned, and that if they expect you to continue calling, they must cease their unjust criticism of him When you visil your folks, look your very loveliesi and they will soon be convincec that you did, after all, marry ' a good provider. Prayer is the only force that will accomplish a charge in your family's attitude. In the meantime, it Is' certainly tragic to contemplate the happiness thrown away by stubborn people. It would be so much easier and nicer to live in lower yourself by doing it. Home wreckers are notoriously deaf to pleas, reason or decency Don't ever bring up .the subject,to your husband. As a fopfb of conversation, let her existarice go unnoticed. Your experience is & terrific test of character 'for, a wife. BRIGHTNESS-Pretty Sandy Wirth, of Miami, Fla., named "Miss Light," is helping the Lions Club raise funds to aid the blind. She is also the shining light of the University of Miami's baton twirlers. Dear Miss Dix: Last summer 1 became engaged, the event taking place/on my. 19th birthday. We did not announce the. engagement, but kept It a secret, .especially from my parents., Jffe have now set our wedding date ; at Easter, but up to the '.present; .time pur plans have not been mentioned to my father. However , he has' heard about it and refuses to 'gh/e me away because my. fiance did not ask his consent/My fiance' ; contends that as I am over 18'and-he Is over '21, .consent is unnecessary. Rather than ask/my father/he suggests that we run; away ".and "make him like It,".<:• .•'•/"•;;.:'_."•'... CONFUSED Answer: 5 Though there Is an age at which parental-consent ceases to be a requirement for a marriage license, 1'Tiave yet to bear of the age at "which" courtesy and consideration can be thrown into the discard. Your fiance's boorishness is unbelievable. 'What sort of family relationship do you expect to establish on this precedent? Do you realize that the same lack of consideration • will undoubtedly fall to your lot after you marry him? If your father isn't asked to give you -away, how in the world do you accept an invitation that ;was never given? I am afraid you not your father, will be the one wHo will have "to take it and like it" once, the knot is tied. A word to the wise. etc. Production of Oil Increases TULSA, Okla. W) With Okla. homa leading the way, domestic crude oil and condensate prodUC' tion increased 18200 barrels over the previous week, the Oil and Gas ournal reported today. ' The Journal said daily average utput for the week ended Dec. 18 vas 6,348,600 barrels. Oklahoma iroduction advanced 13800 barrels laily. Down were Arkansas 300 barrels ;nd Louisiana 400. Mississippi tmd Texas had no change. • , clerred space, hisj malic ' pistol, ,,alt into her: OutsJde the roonvM the glrl'S relatlveV?F both' pleaded ^- ist " i - PRETTY COLD , . MEXICO CITY ' WIMexico shivered today in the coldest weather t i has felt in many years. The empei-ature dropped tp 12 "degrees n Mexico City. , } ' of the Home Demonstration Club women's creed, Christmas carols were sung by the group with Mrs. JaneUe Zackery at the piano. A Christmas story was read by Mrs. Daley Byers. The devotional was given by Mrs. Smith taken from Matt. 2:1-14 and Luke 2; 1-10. Prayer was given by Mrs. E. C, Calhoun. Games were played under the direction of Mrs. Roberts. Prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Cash, Mrs. Joe Patterson and Mrs, Lorraine B. Wylie, Home Demonstration Agent. A Christmas gift , exchange was enjoyed by 15 members and 3 visitors, Mrs- Herbert Arnold, Mrs. Herbert Hartsfield and Mrs, Zackery, After refreshments the club adjourned to meet in January at the home of Mrs, Dalton Smith. harmony; why then is dissension chosen by so many. It takes character to rise above such petty surroundings; I hope you and Phil have it. Dear Miss Dix: My father has given me permission to date a certain boy, whenever I go out with tive wife and mother in my early thirties, Two years ago my hus> band's disposition and behavior began to undergo a decided change. His working hours had always been irregular, but then he stayed away from home much more than he had previously. Also, he became irritable, argumentative ,and his handkerchiefs occasionally \bore lipstick stains. I asked if there was someone else, which he denied, A few months ago I had a telephone call from a woman who said she and my husband had been going out together for some time, and she added, she had no intentions of giving him up, When I told him of the call, he admitted it was true. He promised to break off with the woman, and for a time he apparently kept his word. Then, his late hours, week-ends away from home and bad disposition recurred. Of course, I know he is keeping company with the .anonymous tele, phone caller again. He is seldom home and never takes me out. I him my brother follow us and tell j love my husband in spite of every< him to leave me. What can I do to make them stop spoiling my dat- The Melrose Home Demonstration club members enjoyed the club's annual Christmas party held at the home of Mrs. Glenon Huckabee. The Christmas motif was carried out in the home decorations. Carols were sung by the group. The devotional, "The Christmas Story," was read by Mrs. Otha Roberts. 4 poem, "Silent Night," was read by Mrs. Fred Stewart. Roll call was answered by each member telling hfet most unusual Christmas gilt. MMtes of the last es? TEX Were reaf fry M.r& Barnes yere played, . Pajfiersqn,. M.rs, prize, Answer: Since you have your family's permission to go out, it is certainly no further concern of your brothers. Tell your father what a nuisance they are, and I'm sure he'll put them in their place. Dear Miss Dix: My 21-year-old daughter has been going steady with a boy the same age. He comes to our house almost every day, and by npw has- just about taken over the place. He practically orders my daughters to get refreshments for him, takes off his shoes and puts his feet on the sofa even takes off his shirt and goes around in his undershirt on occasion. If I want to watch TV either he doesn't like the program or wants me living room left to him and the girl and My daughter is a lovely girl I don't thinH he's good enough for her. MRS. T. Answer: It's up Ip you to let the . &3> ™ , • i*". ' . Special — Through December COLD WAVES $15 Lanolin Oil - $12.50 $12,50 Cream Oil-$8.50 Give her a permanent for .-• Christmas HozeJ's Beauty Shop Phone 7-2878 r Haze! — Virfllnia — Aullne But Timberlake's.re Forest Police said, is'tna'£, f her until he, (Tlmb'eirl^ comes ''ahd then two square- 1 miles,t British SINGER CHRIST I Him,... Eastman Kodak's Cigarettes Pipes ' < Ronson Lighters Justin Billfolds Sheaffer Pens, Pencils and Sets Old Spice Sets. Yard ley Sets Electric Razors Sunbeam/ Schick, and Remington Shaving Brushes . ., ! JuiitjnBillfold ' WARP ;& DRUGGIST 102 W. Second fesisiaa: ypung cpuple come th thing, and our daughters dote on him. One is a sickly child, demanding a good deal of care and I know separation from her father would be most upsetting to her. My friends say I'm wasting my life with a chronic philanderer; my pastor and my doctor advise me to stick it out. Do you think talking to the other woman would help; J could, find out where she lives, HAZEL G. Answer: My advice is to follpw that of your pastor and doctor —• stick it out. With perseverance, prayer and through the power of love, yovi will .almost certainly win your husband back. Consider a few pros and cons of the matter. Th9 other woman WANTS you to leave, so she can quickly 'attach'the;m,.a,n, you relinquish, wnv ^ ^ e F c ^' you out of your home, as well your husband? What she has no,w is just a shoddy facsimile of ypur life; you have the security, the name, and your children have the protection of their father, •yh.esf should not be surrendered lightly, As long as you continue jn ypu,v position as wife, no one can usurp |t. Don't leijtve^the fteld open. |qjf ( 4 -<Pv -A GIFT Irish Linei

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