Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 17, 1941 · Page 6
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irmersVote AAA Cotton Saturday Marketing Quota Referendum to Be Decided December 13 producers •iho.uid remember t.'a heavy-price depressing surplus y over the cotton farmer when think about voting in; the cotton tog quota refercHdwtnon. Sat« ... .. December IX county agent |CSivtt* I*. Adams of Hempatead; county in discussing the cotton situa- !tt reference to the referendum, ^Without growing another aUlk i itton, the supply of American ewttor "•sufficient for domestic conaump- ; exports for about two y«ai "This surplus wo«W or ^ty be removed, at leoat in part, bj( "sfgn, exports, but the war ha« re- out exports more than thr«« 'two-thirrls of the nations cotton Voting ta the referendum favor marketing quotas tkty in effect for the 1942 cotton year. If more than one- f £1 opposed to quotas tixsy will! rj^ '.*• -r ?W r *W v • >'-."••'•:"•••..'•••••• vr/ v-'-'Miii^. „•$»!,*•« Cofdel! Hull: ^ ^ f^Wtf: ^f-^>* ^r<«7' ^-fw^ *nffi *'«i xM>/ V^'/V^, t'" f , «*^ > "^i * * r * §* k *• ^ ' ^ v f 7 * ? . J ^^ i ^ ' i ' .,-i. A. _,*_,., -«t ^,=. ju-^^t^jt tfw'' nnuii i^ ' n* weathtrr eiinnof h»hi ao tmt> From Isolation Tough tf Riled !o Imperialism H»-4 «tl ^fpMMKW fe t? ft.| ,*A (htfet A!***, ' 1 K»*«S *t«* M*4«*»a» »«# | «*** «»«»* **••**»# V'kJt t« J<* p* n *Mi .01 lu, »'4>vf-**-*^«*' ••*>-»** •.«*>•?**** .** . ,,, ,>n », y.w. » -IM^ i'Hi<a i^wifrtt ia. . *.-**. O*;^vt.t.^i S* 4H >•'**.*% 'iri^V''* , t A*. J6.-KWV !». «.•.,.„• ••. ,*itM* ;,S»»H. *rt«*» .'U-». ^ti.;;..**$j *if*...Wfc, 'f* ^vwrf.M -,:t ,**v^**.; *.... ii~,,..v-t'.?"."~<. .»< vuvuicvr^'Mt*,^ H*;* t'tj «**(,, «.i.M4 -Mi^tt*'' 1 '*' ** •^"^ '>.-*l»*vfi f "V* *!«..-.-<.™ •' -i 4l>V«- <•< ••-!• ••• i"»»<l4 *l~.lf* 'I ..*<if;.(f*t .i- tv.fc.fl'i* *H**> i** .•.•JV*?^.-» •*.* -***r™,iifi*P*l- >•* HV4V1 *'• ; 'f*^' **»• U •:<#(*• «Wi».i(i,»j. ( i« in "'»' * ; o.tiiui.fl'rtl. it). i,i,,,.;.Hii,tiii»,»-(i H>fit << ; <^!tr»--* !.ti Ji»i.. w w>** U i .ftiijlv »,nfti ».,'.£(•( H*> '»!..Ulit 1... V|..-(.-T..i|-4 •!(«•.• i'.rtliU. <.<>Utfjil». ... . . ....1. Jit«, ,,!.>.>v,,f i?^,-4i. .i, ;-.. -,".i f, Jttt Jill •••• * 't.?.1». »4 , t , t .-,,.,..t.,|>v 'M.i..'« . t .,"!.i«U>' J* . '. : .;..,..^ .. .,.,'.*-•..•(*". '. t *6*V.,»*«^..-.. rir...;» .„...„..... M ,,i.i« t, ,;,!««. iu pjazketing th* ^bem effVct a.xd, in M^^\^^S^:£ *ibe no more loans made on this to^ ^ ny (MJf ^ H ( t ,vit<? toO' ma«»x P 1 W«r love *» hitv! cotton crop after the results erf referendum are announced, to join H. Earl King chsic- ^ the County Triple-A cornmit- •j'and other farm leaders of the in urging: aH jiersoiia whw are ^ to vote in the referendum to KSO. It gives farmers a voice in. their an and in addition, lets congress that farmers are interested in ftfarm program." Mr. Adams said. r e, theWomen E "Holiday-Jitters" WW Get Lady, If You Don't fatch Out ^ _ ae Jitter Season has opened 1 —the _a when Mrs. America invariably B _jes to do more than she is capable P&'yoingX and thereby ends tip with pEfcase of holiday jitters. Jitter Season starts arounc giving and lasts until after ..ew Year's—when Mrs. America. 5rorn to a frazzle, relaxes with, a tateful sigh—glad that the holidays * over. 'Of course^ there are women who JfonTt let the Jitter Season get them fdewn. But thej- are to the minority of us women go on year afte «>.«• ybtit i' ** U> t t«>v«»i. *«rt us {or th« hot«l»jm, <inrt . o«w awe ptawa tft ' to fktHth, in then cSon't ctftll'y vn n*»' w.httR they .a^riw We have ovetfttorja' card ge»tuif«, rauit s*n beconx at bor^K>m<t ftkpfc:'^ttt#fc**%u£ I of » pteaaani |ob. {twteati «f ]>-«»* *»• i ns£ to trietKfe, (JIB? Chrt*ttw<» ffrtfife:. go to everytxwty whw for oft* *w»«on . t or another sent us •» card !w«f ve«r- ' ; f 'contacts." I W« think it is afcotoiut«(ir JM^WSSKK-Y | to houseekaa bwterw th* h».iti<ta.Yi *«•• ', gin, and at* we so uv (<>«• a« orjty -\>t • | that often puts us in bet! with * e«i<.l, | , We don't pay any »tt«nti<m to thw i "do your Qwiamaa *ruippia< wHy ' | ; advice that i» handed us, »nd sw r»«va , , to shop when the stortss ortr w> cwwd- ! TheCapHal Buckles Down >v^?- *.Jv. ^^^hi;«>i^,y*^'^;'^ *»»«« .r.<(.i »>.'-•»», f * i$; i. . t^W-ii'. w-'. -' 't#MV>N«*»>f;'i. ,'i 1* A ..Vi*4»^«*yt^e>? -W> i^M-k « ..f.^V..^^..^**. v^?V ^'.'»*V« ;Wft>' A.((«.ii S>«.HV'» -I.-*'-*! 1 ' ;-U*fe #»iv i.ti»i»i»'K i .;V- f ^«^ •»,». ',' -fr .«V. (»«««*•' »i'i«V "• -t. *»«iP( *S(Wr.(»ir*t«» (inr"*' ;rl .y«.**>iik ' '^'>.*i»t|^'*vfi>f** ,..,.) ,»• '4»».>. Vmw» '*«>' V .ti*l»n}M<«- j'ift.w.rf, <)»« 'A ^StWv <-.i)^.«. v ^ ^fVftiti^. Afti«*iMH«*»4 ; ::rr y ;:::/ l« \l/M,^4ii ? 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''**.* •;.•»yttr.s'. :v^(t:'" ! t^>*»•*'•*•• - vfavtit : :n 'l^i *tv^jT^^'t' v'.-*»*^ •t, (i*f- 4 *iUiiM^*.t> J> **'• V-»> '-/ ^>-.i****tt^ t«, t «M!*li} * l> OHiV I MO«I SHOWMO DAYS! *j „. ,...,,, x ^ *'' ^/i FROCKS ., # ? v ««MMf'^ * '4.98 v tint, ..i, t 'i.!it'4 The 42 Ford is the Best Looking, Best Rifling, Best Running Low Priced Car ever Built Choice of Sixes or Eights • .«TWM(h! t>V 'rt>-< p«fnfi>»:«, •:••'.* v:Ilir. i sicrt rfid H'.tU srio^o th<iS rm-tii-rkbfr j nvsr.. ¥<"> ipv*>n in 'h«»* *(«ivm4 Vi I i approved fulicy. HuU nn.»tntai«*»t j ttaftffd. 'N'n> ii> tny fi«> y»ar> of | .^, ! public wrv»-e IUVP t »v»r known a | ^d ttnr \M 1 nation-" did &•«<!»» Hull I*t ft:.f «h i Zf D«n«*. Tnb«* ( lo<h* [ .-^^ J ^ = ^±=r=r--r^^^=====^r^^^^=: I J^ Ch<rnill<- fttith >Ul .*W Only ('«>*<! who werr hrr* nmrr tiuv i £4 [.*"!" Tot»«-| Sft* 20 vrjirn »f,'> wh^n thr Iwiftlr* work • | <& "." * . ... : , ^ () . i ••„.,, j *}* r.mlirninrrr<t ( ««v». pr of uniform" havt< any Iw5i.« (or nun- ! ^rf '' '' lw wtrUon nf the wwrlikc itii|varancr <>l' *J ._" , <S1 ". /".,'," . ' _... . UjA r.tilomi Nrt I'.im-U The FORD h New 1 18 Months to Pay Only 1/3 Ilown or your Old Cur in Trade No cash needed if your old car allowance equals down payment. The litter confusion u( c«nun«'t>l"t- tj(5 tr>n- who {'.ir il-i,v. i>ii'l l.«'«'fi prrilictuiy *" that nothing wmild huiu"-n in tlw f';ic- ific was matchcil or.ly Viy tlu- surixisi of those whi> hntl brcn SiiyinK thu' something would. Digginj; flown thrniiKh tlif clullri of predictions from Kovrrnmcnt officials, [ found one from the saim: man who wroto a r«'|K»rl for the President, saying Idal Iho wnr on the Russian front would outl;ist the winter. What this minor government official <he must remain anonymous) said this time was that the Japnnc.sc "would precipitate a war with tin United States" and soon. He called it hara-kiri (rccogni/ed by the Japanese as "an honorable suicide" mud' more preferable than living in dishonor). He .said it was the only way Japan could "save face" both will. her allies and her enemies and thai to the Japanese this would be much more important than economic, industrial and military considerations So far as wartime personnel is concerned, Washington and the nation arc far ahead of that spring in 1917. There are approximately a million persons in the District of Columbia and its suburbs, more than twice what it had 20 years ago before mo.sl of the World War expansion had been eliminated. There are nearly u quarter of a million persons working for the government here—and throughout the country and foreign lands more than 800,000 additional. There are now about 2,000,000 persons in the armed forces. Another million is enrolled for civilian defense and that figure is expected to double immediately. Housing and office space here are at such a premium that the stories of overcrowding and high rentals would fill a volume. On week-ends when soldiers from nearby camps and government employes are on the movi it !:•• impossible to gel within a block of Union Station—only a few years ago ridiculed for its size as something to which the city could never grow up. Is -it any wonder that Washington r ians are saying that the capital is 1'ar ahead, in bedlam, of what it was when World War I broke out? Gift Suggest ion i - All U.iU-r SIM All Wix.1 Blanket*, ca. IMulil Hl.mkelv pr. H.-iiiilMiiiic Union Unix-* r'.imoui (icnlry* P.iJ.tnun (iluvo 1/ruthrr Slipper* ThrKt-I'rlrrd I'njiim.is Kiniirt ( MOM-. I |>rs. 1.00 (iluvi* I.9X MHriitliun- Hills t'nuliiilr (ilaristnncs 6,94 Uvillu-r Hillfulil.i 9!tr Kilted Tmiri.sl Cases 1.98 (•niincil Pigskin lli'lls I'Jr /Ippcr Coal Sivruli'rs 2.9S All Wool Slipovers 1.9X M.) Smart Border Hankies, ca. 25c ^ Fine C'f>lti/n Hankies, t - a. JOc W Thrifl-i'rit-cd Hankies, ca. 5c l^ij I'ur Lined Dress (iloves l.ilH *r! Fine Cuprsblii filovos I.!W «|if Kaynii or Wool Holies 5.9K W? Shirts, Shorts, Briefs cu. :t9c fjl Coxy Culi Slipiiers 2.98 'j» Oood-l.ooking Key Chains .49c $M Hoxed ShavhiB Set • lilc ")A Williams Shave Set JOc Handy Tic Hacks 98c Conilj & Brush Sets !)8c (iuality Murallion* llulu ;i.<IS Cnjieskln Jackets 7.UU 3IJ-U/.. I'l till Jackets L'.DH Lovely Kayon Housccoiil'- Budget-r*riccd Holies Trimmed Kayon Gowns .... j» Kayon Satin Slips 'fa Budget-Wise Undies Dainty Rayon Bedjuckuts Smart Kayon Dresses Glen Kow* Dresses Kayon Satin Blouses All Wool Sweaters Give Her The Perfect Slip! Give Her Cynthia '1.98 2.98 l.M 1.49 29c 98c 3.98 2.98 1.19 1.98 IPS S3££ ssMlio.. 125 Fur-Trimmed Sport Hoods 98e Lenthcr Handbags [a Economy Handbags Fitter Weck-Knd Cases Fitter Make-Up Cases Finely Knit Gloves Smart Kayon Gloves Guy Print Hankies Smart Bedroom Slippers All Wool Slipovers Kayon Gift Blouses Velvet Wedgie Slippers Lounging Slippers LOTS OF ITEMS NOT LISTED ..1.98 98e 2.98 2.98 98e !. 49c 5e . 98c 98e 1.98 1.49 U8e Do Your Shopping

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