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MOM f ***/• MOM, *Aft JUKI Aft Daisy Gereihy Heard, ill Soeior Calendar Monday, December 8(H Ctfcle No. 1 of the Lndies AuX* nlfli-y of the First Presbyterian 1 church, luncheon meeting, at the home of Mrs. Ched Hall, 12;30 o'clock, Cifclo No. S of the Lndies' Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church, Mrs. S. H, Brian t and Mrs. Nick JeWell hostesses, 3 O'clock. Circle No. 3 of the Ladies' Attt- illary of the First Presbyterian church, home of Mfg. Lee Foster, 3 o'clock. . Circl No. 4 of the Lndies' Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church/ luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Tom Brewstor, 12 o'clock. A class party for the mmebers of the Euzelian class of the First Baptist Sunday : School will be given at the. church .at 7 o'clock, -4 AH members are urged to attend. , New officers of the Women's Society of Christian Service will be installed at the regular meeting of the group at the First ' Baptist Sunday School will be if given at the church at 7 o'clock. All members are urged to attend . • Group 1 of the Women's Council of the First Christian church ik WH meet at the home of Mrs. W. '• W. Duokett, 3 o'clock. Group 2 of the Women's Council of the First Christian church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. L. Carter, 3 o'clock. Tuesday, December 9th Mrs. Aubrey Green and Mrs. Barney Chambers will be hostesses to the members of the Winsome class of the First Baptfst church at the home of Mrs, C. D. Dickinson, 1116 South Main street, 7:30 o'clock. Various Groups Entertain With Dance on Friday Evenhig High school juniors and seniors ••ilourneyed out familiar Main street Friday evening to the High school to their dance being given in honor of the Bobcat football squad. Of course the Barlow, favorite dance spot of the older crowd was not lone- J some for the evening. Reserving the 'V ballroom for the night were the Girl Cotillion club members and their guests. Two hundred people were there to hear an orchestra which was quite RIALTO Sunday-Monday Introducing JIMMY LYDON HENRY ALDRICH "HENRY ALORICH FOR PRESIDENT new to Mope dancers, For the evening the club secured the Henderson collegfe orchestra from Arkadelphia, ;Al intermission favorite conversation spots were the alcoves arranged iri the main dining room of the hotel and the hospitable lobby,, 'Another event of Friday was the party tot the members of the Efflanon club nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Anderson, South Main 'street, Dinner Was served the guests at 7 o'clock, and spirited games of con-' li'act were played during the evening. KpwoHh League Members Hnve treasure Mtint Friday The monthly social meeting of the EpwoftH Lerigue of the First Methodist church was gvien in the re* creatlonal rooms of the church Friday evening with the leaders', Mrs, M. M. McCloughan and Linus Walker, and their assistants, Misses Marjory O'Neal, and Jane Dodds, in charge of arrangements. Following a lengthy treasure hunt sandwiches and "cokes" were served the following members and their gUcsts: Dorothy O'Neal, Sophia Williams, Katherine Rising, Eva Jean Milam, Alice Lorraine Heard, Matilda McFaddin, Jessie Clarice Brown, Betty Ann Benson, Betty Jane Allen, Hazel Spillers, Pat Williams, Bob Elmore, Billy Duckett, flalph Sanders, Harold Stephenson, C. R. Gordon, H.. O. Kyler, Jr., William Barrett, Buddy Franklin, Jimmy Walters, Forest Walker, Bobby Franklin, and Elsworth Bailey. Mary Dale Hollls Weds r. J. Brcslscr At 6 o'clock Friday evening in the parsonage of the First' Baptist church' of La Salic, 111., Miss Mary Dale Hollis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hollis, of Patmos, Ark., and L. James Brcsslcr, of Menomonie, Wis., were united in marriage by the pastor of the church, Rev. Robert Cook. Miss Hollis' only attendant was her cousin, Mrs. E. B. Corbin, La Salic, and Robert Formoe, of Fort Madison, la., served as the bride-groom's best man. For her wedding the bride chose a street-length dress of black crepe and white satin with a black crepe and White satin with a black velvet jacket and black accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of white rose buds. ' Mrs. Corbin. wore a black velveteen dress with black and red accessories and a shoulder corsage of red carnations. Immediately after the • ceremony, supper was served to the wedding party at Starved Rock Lodge. Mrs. Bressler is a graduate of Patmos high school, of Patmos, Ark., and since September has been in nurses training at. St. Mary's School of Nursing, La Salle, Mr. Bressler is a graduate of the Stout Institute and is now an Industrial arts teacher at La Salle- Peru Township high school. Other guests at the wedding were Mr, and Mrs. N. F. Peterson, E, B, Corbin, La Salle; and Miss Luella Brenner, Menomonie, Wis. Personal Mention .Miss Jane.McGraw of Nashville, is the week-end guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Delia McClanahan, arid other relatives and friends. -0- Mrs. lona Hutson of Beaumont, Texas, George Hutson, Paul Hut- sOn, and F. V. Cabiness of Port Arthur, Texas are spending the remainder of the week with relatives and friends here, -0— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts announce the arrival of a son on December 5th at the Julia Chester' hospital. He has been named James Phillip Roberts. . * Salt Cellars When poisoning was an art, many nobles in medieval times kept their salt cellars locked as a precautionary measure as they were a popular receptacle for the lethal dose. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY Midnight Show Tonight Saturday !T;15 LADY BY REQUEST . WOODWARD 1141. NBA Service Inc. *"'] i-.nm«(!h«rt*or Stephen itrt«t hlft Wife, ninrtn, tiff ftf Incrcnftlngly fond nt «it«h oikft, liHhntifrli ihrlf tnnfflit** IN flAr of rntttfnlenc.t liy vrhloh iJInnrt II ifl Tf-ntnln a bride for «l.t mouth* nhd <I10,000 ( (hit* it $2,W)0,0<IO IrihetUriftce he ttotild Irnte tout Mnd he not MArrlrd « i, ftltfn C'liN, itn.t nliinn'H tarntft fttthtti nt* JtnpltiK, (icnrcfpi'i <li«t <K«r n-lll eome tn cnt* tot «>nfli olhft, (>rtiiilleuiln«* nte «d by firniyii '1'horl.e, hllnd irlfe nt lntr?(M> Hlchncil , fllcfnUnn* tntntfr pmpior- at nlnjin'x, mid <h(< Vrirllinn Stephen hn* «Htfi?« lo*e<lf Adtln, ., wfco IM hrivln* tin nffnlr 'I*orpe of ttHlctl only nitttin known, ninhn Tvondrf* If l n <«f tliete it!ll,»e A pr««e In. fift Hie lot Hill .Tncknnn, her rhlltflhnnil Mtterlhcnrf, or Mill lUtic*, S««« pnpn'j next ffl«nd t Ivftftdef* It «h* •wilt be rMndlriHt <o glvf. «u her l«*iirlori« life MM MM. Cn«(< One evening; n frnnllu mnla (<•!!» Hlnnn ^'it Al 1<>ln J< * »I»«»"II»« «hc ntftttt ItHh 'fNuflle ht HI* niirtllnff tAtlfic. nlnnn, jeKretfnlly fore«<lln« * •inlet evening nlone >vlth Niephen, 1«IIH him nhc niimt Ko on nn "er- TRAPPED BY TRICKERY JJtANA closed, the door behind • her, conscious of a savage desire to tear Adela Curt apart. Anything "might have happened between her and Stephen .this evening— their whole future settled. She climbed into the coupe and slUng it angrily into motion. Essie had said it was 15 miles to Thorpe's lodge. By the time she persuaded Adela to return it would be very late and Stephen would more than likely have gone to bed. The snow was falling thick and heavy over the roadway when fciana left the city streets behind and plunged into the' open country. It seemed a long time until she came in sight of the lodge, its lights twinkling through the snow. Her headlights picked out the ' name on the gate. Doubts assailed her. A moment later she was looking into the amazed eyes of Richard Thorpe. "Well, this is a surprise!" He stepped back as she came into the warmly lighted room and closed the door behind her. • "I'm sure I've no idea to what 1 owe the honor of this visit," Thorpe said, his eyes lighting at sight of her clear, fresh beauty. "But now that you're here you must let me take your wraps and give you a drink to warm you!" "Thank you," she said curtly. "I shan't stay. I've come for Adela." He raised his brows. "Adela? But surely you know she isn't here!" "I don't beMtfWi J>etl! I haV« fft- fbrmation—" He laughed aloud, Wocfcifigiy, "So you're being a Girl Scout and rescuing her from the efUel clutches of a Worthless Scoundrel, eh? Well, my advice to you, my dear, is to let Adela go her own merry way 1 tb hellf She's eminently capable of taking care of herself—and also of gelling you into lots of trouble!" Diana was stunned. If fifchard Thorpe was speaking the truth—! "You have her hidden somewhere!" she accused. He laughed again. "You have the privilege of searching the place." "Thank you. I will!" He followed her from room td room, throwing open doors, chuelding softly, enjoying her chagrin. At last they were before the living room fire again. "Convinced?" Diana ran a weary hand over .her face. "Yes, but I don't understand—;!" How could fissie have been so mistaken? He shrugged. "Just some sort of a misunderstanding. But you mustn't go! Now that you've found out I'm not nearly so bad as I've been painted—!" * # * «T HAVE HO further business x here," Diana said coldly, but his' harid oh her arm stayed Her. "Wait! Why caft't we be friends, Diana?. I know we got started oft on the wrong foot. But I happen to know that before many months you may need friends." "If I need friends, I'll probably be able to find them! And you Won't be among them!" she retorted. "Neither will Stephen Curt, nor Phil Bruce, nor my angelic wife^* if they should find out you Visited me here tonight!" Her face Was hot with shame. He was drawing her roughly into his arms. His face was dark above hers. "You've always maddened ma- defied me—you beautiful, desirable icicle! Do you think I'd bother with Adela or Evalyn—or any of them—if I could have you? Now you've come here of your own free will. What a delight to conquer you—possess you—" A shaft of cold air pierced the ropm and Richard Thorpe released her so abruptly that she almost fell. They turned to see Stephen Curt standing in the doorway, his face a white mask, his eyes hard, his mouth grim. Diana's breath caught, her heart turning over within her, and right then and there all hope vanished. No one—not even Stephen Curt With his understanding—could be expected to forgive o* forget the scene just witnessed, • It was Richftfd Thdftse who re* covered and .spoke fifsi "Well, Steve, I wasn't expecting* you td- night!"Stephen^ lip curled. "Evidently not." ''I suppose it's useless to' say I Wasn't expecting EUafia, either!" "Quite!" Stephen tuthed to Diana sharply. "You'll come With me at once!" # * « TJLANA.sat stunned. Who had •^ told him she'd be at Richard's 1 lodge? Who, but Adeia? It had all been a plot to discredit her in Stephen's eyes! They drove silently through the night until they reached the portico of the house ift Green street. Then Stephen, said Wearily, "I must remind you again, Diana, that you are still my wife and that I have a certain position to maintain. Also, you've made a bargain which you must live up to. And nothing must appear any different to the outside world— even after tonight, I demand ill Do you understand?" "Yes, Stephen," she said softly, heart-brokenly, and climbed out of the car and went into the big, quiet house. Wearily she climbed the stairs to her room, and in the upper hallway met a sleepy-eyed Adela. "Been somewhere, Diana?", Adela asked, smiling maddeningly. "You do choose the nicest nights to run around in!" Diand felt herself writhe with cold, helpless fury. Adela- would not feel' so complacently triumphant if she knew how her precious Richard had made love to Diana. "You wouldn't know where I've been, 1 suppose?" Adela shrugged. "Should I?" :;, "Your brother is satisfied that I am a liar and a cheat. That's 1 what you wanted, wasn't it?" $ "I don't know what you're talking about!" "Don't you?" Flashes of fury darted along Diana's spine. "Thea perhaps you'll understand this! I love Stephen Curt and I'm going to fight for him! What do you think of that?" A sneer crossed Adeia's face. "Do you really think you'll win?" '. Diana drooped suddenly, her eyes filled with tears, all defiance was gone. "Perhaps not," she admitted, "for you won't hesitate to lie and steal and perjure yourself to get what you want. But," with a fierce intensity, "even you caft't keep me from loving him with all my heart!" (To Be Continued) December Schedule for the Home Demo Clubs Announced Schedule for December. S> Home Demonstration Agent — Mary Claude Fletcher. Assistant ( Home Demonstration Agent — Phoebe T. Harris. December I, 8:30 a. m.—Fulton 4-H club. 10:30 a. m.—Columbus 4-H club. 2 p. m.—Sardis II Home Demonstration club. 2 p. m.—Sardis I Home Demonstration club. December 2 10:30 a. m.—Guernsey 4-H club. 2 p. m.—Liberty Hill Home Demo- onstration club. 2 p, m.—Melrose Home Demonstration club. December 3 10 a. m—McCaskill 4-H club. 2 p. m.—Bruce Chapel Home Demonstration club. December 4 9 a. m. - 4 p. m.—Cooking school and handicraft demonstration at Mrs. Tom Collins home at Spring Hill. The following home demonstration clubs are invited: Spring Hill, Battlefield, Liberty Hill, Evening Shade, Dooley's Hill, Melrose. 10:30 a. m. 4-H club-Spring Hill. December 5 10 a. m. Patmos 4-H club. 1 p. m.—Cooking school and handicraft demonstration at Mrs. Bell Harpers of Friendship club. The following clubs are invited: Friendship, McCaskill, Bruce Chapel, Bingen, Mt. Pleasant, Doyle, Bethel, Belton, Avery's Chapel. Mrs. Harper lives two miles east of McCaskill. 2 p. m.—Yellow Creek Home Demonstration club. December 6 Office—The cotton baaizar has been called off until a future date. December 9 9 a. m.—Cooking school and handicraft demonstration at school house of DeAnn. The following clubs are invited: DeAnn, Boyd's Chapel, Maird's Chapel, Hickory Shade, Union Grove, Hopewell, Piney Grove. December 10 Plans of work for 1942—District Agents, J. O. Fullerton and Miss Ella Posey, will meet with county and home demonstration agents and agriculture committee composed of leading farm men and women. December 11 10:15 a. m—Bingen 4-H club. 2 p. m.—Mt, Pleasant Home Demonstration club. December 12 10 a. m.-3 p. m. Christmas party at Cemerville church UO miles east of Hope on Highway No. 4). All home demonstration clubs are invited. Each member is to bring a cotton apron to exchange on the Christmas tree. Clubs that have not brought in their canned products for the crippled chil- drro's home may do so. December 13 Office. December 15 Morning office. lp. m.—Cooking school and handicraft demonstration at Mrs. Fred Camps' home at Oakgrove. The following clubs are invited: Qakgrove, Gentej'ville, Shover Springs, Harmony, Rocky Mound, Providence. O December 16 1 p. m.—Cooking school and handicraft demonstration at Mrs, Lynn Jones home at Hinton. The following clubs are invited: Hinton, Patmos, Mt. Nebo, Centerpoint, Sardis , I, December 17 Office. December 18 10 a. m.—Blevins 4-H club. 2 p. m.—Hopewell club, December 1C Morning—Office, 2 p, m.—Sweet Home Demonstration club. December 20 Office. December 22 Morning—Office. 2 p. m,—Oakgrove Home Demonstration club. December 23 Morning—Office, 2 p. m. Marlbrook.. Red Cross (Continued From Page One) H. C. Carbon 25 Sarah Bradfort 1.00 Roxie Yeager ._ _ i.OO Emmer Williams ..... 1.0 John Jim'merson ... 1.00 Ellen Royal — 1.00 Alice Tuggles 1,00 Kate Betfort - 25 Bertha Powels 25 Lou Daniels 25 Jessie Roberts ...._ 25 Cora Bell Muedrow _ _ .25 Sarah Phillips 10 Ora Lee Knox ._ .05 Daisy Glasgew 1.00 Rev. L. H. Johnson _.. 1.00 Lee Lacefield ^ 1.00 Watson Bearden .._ 1.00 Hazel Earrigans 1.00 Pleasant View School _.. 1.00 Antioch School .... 1.00 Antioch home dem. club _ 2.00 Thurmon Dixori ;.. 10 Chester Woodberry __ 25 Agnas Hartman i.OO Lizzie Turner _. 1.00 E. L. Edwards _ i.OO J. T. Moore _ 1 00 J. W. Williams .. i.OO R. B. Robinson 1.00 H. Harrison 1.00 Lillian P. Pruitt 1.00 Mary Jones '. 1,00 Clifford C, Pruitt 25 Charleis Brewer 1,00 John Turner 25 Ellen Pearson 1.00 W. Matthen McFadden 1.00 Ethel Bizzell _.... 1,00 Thelma Taylor .05 Luese Perry 05 Johnie Mae Simpson .05 Vera Mae Simpson 05 Alfranzo Maxwell -_ 05 Union Chapel School 1.00 C. J. Walker 1.00 Annie Harris 1.00 Taulese Pierce _ 1.00 Reotha Johnson l;ftO. Fredonia C. Huntley 1.00 Heory Daniels 1.00 Arthur Huntley „ l.QO ri , Hazel Johnson 1.00 ^George Hunter -,-......„:_, 1.00 ''Joel Gauff .!...._ i.OO Dr. R. C, Lewis ...... 1.00 Hick's Funeral Home 1.00 Amon McKinley _ 1.00 Frank Booth _ 1 00 Pike Wilson 1,00 Negro Chamber of Commerce 100 .L. R. McGill ._ 10 Mr, Crinor ....... l.'oo M. K. Jones _ _ i.oo Jim Jones ....._ •_ _.. 1,0 Exie Young .25 Sallie Speck _ .20 Maise Brantley . .05 Jewel Nelson _ ,05 ' Sallie Gilmore _ 10 E. C. Stewart 50 Oaklawn addition school 1.0 Lula Benton _ _ 1,00 IMjiciuloniii Community Washington, Arkansas R. H. Trotter _ i.flfl Moses Gauf i.o Cornelius Cole _ i.OO James Gauf i.flfl Sim Davis l^o Jessie Porter _^ i.OO D. D. Chearham 1.00 Eddie Faucette 1,00 Ford Johnson _ ...... 1.00 Fair Star School Washington, Arkansas W. S. Williams & Class 1.85 Argusta Trotter & Class 1,75 Argusta Trotter & Class _ 1.75 Coudia I. Atkins & Class _ 1.16 Leona McGee & Class 1.35 Ozun Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Barrow .... 1.00 J. T. Nelson 1,00 Reuben Wilson 1,00 Wilbur D. Jones 1,00 Dr. W. F. Robins I'.OO Mrs. John Robins .50 J. O. Baber 50 Mrs. Bud Thornton 25 L. J, Robins ....:.. 1.00 J. D, Webb 1,00 . Mrs. C. M. Irvin 1.00 Mrs. W. T. Baber 1.00 Ozan School 2.03 H. C. Murphy 1.00 Temple Colored School District, Ozan Odessa White 1,00 Isabell Calvin 25 Odell Johnson 1.00 Isam White 1.00 Redder Hopson 25 Jeff White : 1.00 Temple School 1.00 Clow Training School, Ozan . George C. Edwards 1.00 Sylvia G. Goodwin 1.00 I. W. Harris 1.00 Virginia Stuart 1.00 Third Grade 1.00 Fourth Grade 1.00 Fifth Grade 1.00 'Rebels Seek (Continued From Page One) Does the proposed State at Jefferson have deposits of much - needed defense materials? Jeffersrwfnrts declare they drive. Above, County Clerk Waldo Smith, of Siskiymi County, Cal., anil O. G. Stcelc, manager of the. California-Oregon Power Co., look over specimens from a 600-ton pile of chrome oft!. <3Siskiyou Daily News conducted a contest to name the new state, and ' Jefferson" was suggested by J. E. Mundeli, 'Del Noite property own- Sixth Grade ....: i.OO Seventh and Eighth Grades..., 1.00 Ninth and Tenth Grades .... .75 Eleventh Grade ....'..... 1.00 Twelfth grade 1,00 N, E, A. Clow Training School ;„...;..;...;..„„. .:.... 1.00 Evergreen School and Community, Ozan C< A. Moore 1.00 Daisy Ware '. 1.00 Ernest. L.,Belk. .._ _ ;.... 1.00 Student donation............i..-,.,........:' ; 37 Columbus Negro High School Student donation ;.; ; 1,00 Columbus Consolidated School Third and Fourth Grades I.OO Fifth and Six Grades 75 Seventh and Eighth Grades .. .75 Senior Sigh School 1.55 Rocky Mound D. O. Silvey 1.00 Dale Hunt 1.00 J. H. Pickard 1.00 E. G. Wright 1.00 Mrs. Elbert May .,...'.. 1.00 T. O. Bright 1.00 Arthur Nipper : 1.00 Blcvlns and McCnskill Mrs. S. H. Battle 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Steed 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. Lige Stephens.... 1.00 Mrs. Neely Whitefield 1.00 Mrs. Clark Womack 1,00 Mrs. J. I. Whitefield .50 Herman Brown 1.00 Mrs. Claude Harrison 1.00 P. C. Stephens 1.00 Charlene Stewart I'.OO W. V. Wade 1.00 Blevins Public School , 14.19 Mrs. C. W. Leverett 1,00 Mrs. L. J. Brown .:.....;.... 1.00 Charles Geisson ;.., 1,00 Mrs. Carl Conway 1.00 Mrs. G. W. More 1.00 Mrs. N. T. Nesbett ; 1.00 Mrs. Herbert M. Stephens .... 1.00 Mrs. H. M. Stephens .'. 1.00 H. M. Stephens 1.00 Will Reed ..,....; 50 Mrs. Carl Brown 1.00 Carl Brown 1.00 E. R. Alston 1.00 Mrs. E. R. Alston I'.OO P, M. Honea .._ .50 J. J, Foster 1.00 Mrs. A. C'. Bye'rs '....' 1.00 Mrs. Annie Boston 1.00 Mrs. Arthur Hild 1.00 Mi's, Merle Pittiriger 1.00 Eugene Stephens 1,00 Chester Stephens 1.00 C. W. Leverett 1.00 L. C. Nunn 1,00 Fritz Patrick 1.00 A. R. McDaniels 1.00 M. L. Nelson 1.00 Martha Brunson 1.00 Horn Stuart 1.00 Ira Brooks 1.00 Mrs. S. V. Benson I'.OO Mrs, S. V. Benson 1.00 Ruth Cox 1.00 Roy FoS(er 1.00 Mrs. Marian Ward 1.00 Mrs. Clyde Snellgrove 1.00 Victor Hampton 1,00 Ola Mae Yokbm 1.00 Mrs. Arringtori 1,00 Mrs. Pink Honea 50 Herbert M. Stephens 1.00 Miscellaneous 88 E.. B. Cantley 5.00 Bert Carter 1.00 C. L. Sweeney 1.00 W. F. Smith 1.00 Mrs. J. W. Postick 1.00 Hix Loe .-. 1.00 J. H. Hardy 1.00 W. T. Larberry I'.OO Guy Loe : 1,00 J. C. Huskey 1,00 Mrs. W. F. Spears 1,00 R. A. Brown 1,00 Carl A. Brown 1,00 Mrs. Ei-nest E. Spears 1,00 Mrs. J. R. Huskey 1.00 K, B, Spears 1.00 Paul Clenoweth 1.00 Washington W. I. Stroud 1.00 J. L. Stuart 1.00 G. H. Simmons 1.00 Duggers Cash Store 1.00 Miss Letha Frazier 1.00 Valgene Pinegar 1.00 Mrs. W. H. Etter 1.00 J. M. May 1.00 A. D, Monroe 1.00 Mrs. Elizabeth Hartow 1.00 W. H. Parish 1.00 Mrs. T, B. Hawarth 1.00 Sandefer Douney 1.00 Durward Allen 1.00 Mrs. Joe Jackson 1.00 W. I. Stroud 1.00 ALLEN ELECTRICAL SERVICE House Wiring, Industrial Motors, Appliances, Repaired Complete Line Fluorescent Light Fixtures Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Day or Night Service licensed gn$ Bonded Electriciqn 806 —-• The Siskiyou Board of Supervisor's appropriate ?100 to give the secessionists a" tre'asury,, tnd virtually-all of the supervisors of the four counties a'greed to work on the project. Dr. E. F. Auble, Modoc Supervisor, summed up their attitude when he commented: • ' • 'We ^wouldn't be worse off than we are now." .,;..., Jefferson's state seal woul be a miner's pan with a double cross 3m'- printe thereone — indicative of the double cross given the proposed state by California and Oregon—its proponents say. .•-.-- , Meanwhile, over a torturous 288- dream of a 49th state was born. The mile route, the -trucks of Dorothea Maroney, the Siskiyou "Chrome Queen," haule dout 600 tons of choice ore from one of her chrome claims to prove the deposits were well worth developing. One of six trucks way wrecked by a slide on the narrow, treachertJW "Jeffertdh" Wftu , Stele Every Thursday,,, ..beatjied, dostumed sponsors 6f the 49th campaign stop traffic oft tf. S. way 99 te> istfibufg cfcpMeS 6t _.,. secession manifesto to passing ifttft torists in an effort td enlist ptibl Support. Oh, yes, the state of JeffersofF- one highly unusual plank in lts\j ernrriehfall platfdfrti, , " t , Possession of slot machines wi be classed with mufdef and & rustling, Reason! the frontier' (les regar iron bandits' as tlnfair petition to their favorite indefor time of stud poker. une feature about the new that appeals 'to most of Its a proposal to eliminate t tax, income tax a«d liquor te*. finances would be raised itirf a small royalty assessed against u: bef and mineral developments", " * "Ohly" barriers face by tHe _. slotiists are; Vote of the people 1 of respective counties, approval of ." state legislatures, signatures ofil governors, acceptance by the congr of the United States and sigAati of the President. Criticism hasn't stopped the sionists from pressing their camp«. They wrote off as sour grapes the 5 *! mark of Superior Judge Coleman neighboring Jackson County, 0; who saidi "We must not make the mis' laughing off this government '&. silly publicity stunt. Don't forget'ti Aolf Hitler started in a small/' too." FOR MINOR BURNSA WHITE PETROLEUM JEU.V; R. L. Levins .....;....... 1,00 Mrs. A. N. Strous 1,00 W. H. Etter ....„ 1.00 Evelyn Hubbard 1.00 O. T. Beck ' 1.00 Paul DUdriey 1.00 Dr. J. C. Williams '. I'.OO Mrs, T". V; Messer's room.... 2.60 Lincoln Negro 'School 8.55 Patmos Mrs, E. R. Brown 1.00 Mildred Drake 1.00 OO't """•"" " sutJi?v "a^O 's*K Twelfth Grade 1.00 Mrs, R. Richards 1.00 Ninth Grade 1.00 E. R. Brown 1.00 Mrf. A- Watson 1.00 Mr. Allison I'.OO Mrs. Guy Martin 1,00 Frances Bearden 25 Willie Mae Aaron .25 Gathen Force 1,00 Dora Asbery 10 Rose Parker .10 Mildred Redding ., .25 Lucy Huckabee'....:..-. 30 • Mrs, Maude Coleman 25 Neelie Coleman 25 Henry Palmer 25 Rev. R. B. Wilburri .50 Perry Joshua ;............... ,5P John Coleman .50 WANT A CHRISTMAS^ PIANO? Thl. M«*lg --- eoihi^ $36.50 D«wft su-Si^ Monthly, jj •" I* " i' *"i Drop us a card for Catalogs afid* full information. Quality, ftiaKes? by STEINWAY, HADDORFF,' ( CABLE, WURLITZERv Used Pianos, $75 up. Terms 200 E. Broad Texarkana, Ark.ffl DRS..CHAS. A. & ETTA E: CHAMPLIN ' > ~ Ostcopathic Physicluur • ; HOPE, ARKANSAS \',\ 404 South Elm St. Telephone 451) - Bring us your Skk WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed) '*$> Repair service very reasonable^': PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut Final Total $3,882.76 A Wild Duck Chose OKLAHOMA CITY — (IP)— Frank Clark, a flying sportsman, headed north on a long business trip in his private plane. His route took him over a small lake he arid his friends leased for th educk and goose hunting season. He spotted eight geese riding the waves, wheeled his plane around to the airport here, got in a car and drove to the lake where he changed clothes, picked up his gun and sneaked out to a blind. The eight plastic decoys he sighted from the air were still there. Good Dog A collie dog oh the Robert Green farm, Nichols, la.,- drives tHe chickens to shelter if rain threatens, even if the family is away from home. WANT66 CAST IRON SCRAP < v 75 Cents per Hundfed r Pounds Paid ;/; ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. - 1 , Hope, Arkansas IRON WORKERS LOCAL UNION 591 of Shreveport, La., holds its official meeting at 7:30 o'clock every" Thursday night in banquet room of Hotel Barlow, Hope, Ark, , '^ H. H. PHILLIPS, B.A. & F.S.f ,| I ALLIED BATTERIES . As low As —,.„S3.41I Ex, ' -T] (Batteries Recharged 5>c) :* Oklahoma Tire & Supply C«, Associate Store T Aft Bob Elmore, Owner — **»•*'i NOTICE Notice is hereby given that by Ordinance No. 578 of the City Council of the City of Hope, Arkansas, q privilege tax was imposed on each and every slot machine qnd vending machine and coin- operated amusement machine in the City of Hope, Arkansas. License must be applied for and the tax paid to the undersigned for the same between now and December 12, 1941. Any machine found operating in the City of Hope, Arkansas, after December 12 on which such tax and license has not been paid will be confiscated qnd the owner will be fined. The undersigned qs City Treasurer of the City of Hope, Arkqnsas, will be at his office in the City Hall during business hours on each business day, to and including December 12, 1941, to collect the tax and issue the receipts and stamps therefor. No one will call on you to make a collection. The duty is on you to call gt the City Hall and pay the license fee qnd tax. THIS 6th day of December, 1941 Charles Reynerson .-.,. .. «:.,.,

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