Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 3, 1942 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 3, 1942
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, HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS rescott News Tuesday, March 3, 1942 By HELEN HESTERLY Telephone 163 ot Six School Forests in [ Planted Friday 1th 200 school children of Cale and -Jf City participating, the first of K t school forests in the state were toted in Nevada county Friday. &8Me Forester Fred H. Lang rcport- >j*&,'Mr. Lang said that the land was ^"•Jlfht for all of the school forests t the Ozan Lumber Company of , --.scott and the title was turned over .»,jWt the school districts. M i«Extension Forester Frederick J. • Shulley instructed the children in "p&tter planting technique. Bluff City :,; School planted a 10-acrc forest and has five acres. :J*. s^n ...... Falcon school will plant its jp forest Friday and Boughton March 10. *' ! Dates for the planting of the Laneburg and Emmett school forests have not jViSeeh set. County Agent E. W. Loud. |f fefmilk said. Home Demonstration >*><A|ent Florence Pitts and District ^J^rester Russell Stadelman also at- .•.iehded the planting. f, ^Arkansas State Guard Meets " Friday Night bjThe first meeting of the Arkansas |L,$tate Guard was held Friday night at Ipthef, National Guard Armory. The recruited full strength. The of the meeting was to sel organization of the company ; enlisting men. The company g&sjcomposed of 55 men and three of- .A'second meeting will be heir ay. night for physical examina- iions.'. • -' Sfgltewson-Weller ^|S&../.and Mrs. H. H. Dawson an- fpnoiince the marriage of their daugh- to L. B. Weller. The cere- - performed Wednesday, Janat the National City Christ- Mrs. Weller is in the States Nav>' Department in D. C. Mr. Weller, form- y^' of Cumberland, Md., is a certi- a; public accountant for the Navy fDgiartment. The couple are living ir f$BShington. Society Miss aKthryn Jane White of Little Rock was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor White. Dr. Jack Harrell and Dr. C. A. Archer left Monday for New Orleans where they will take a post graduate course. Miss Mnxino Martin of Camclen spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Ida Martin. Miss Theol Bulter was the weekend guest of her sister, Miss Jessie Bulter, in Hope. Among the out-of town relatives and friends attending the funeral of Mrs. Ethel Bemis Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gant, Mrs. Neil Ballard, Pine Bluff; Washington McRae, Mrs. Van Manning, Mr. Sam Bracy, Miss Fay McRae, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cobb all of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McHae and Mr. Pope Briley of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Prewitt, Tillar; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis, Miss Opal Daniels and John Barlow of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ross Young, Mrs. Milton Young and Miss Mary Adelyn Johnson of Arkadelphia. Mrs. Louella Baughman. Nashville, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton McRae of El Dorado. Calendar Tuesday The Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Lee Lemmerhirt at 7:30. Clarence Henry, Rotary Speaker, will talk on "Our World Neighbors," at the City Hall Auditorium at 8:00 o'clock. Thursday The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Hunter Scott at 2:30. lire Check on Form 1040A Remedy Income Tax Headaches ||$By-- ALEXANDER R. GEORGE World Features Writer M.J«Y DNGTON—The simplified tax |f|return.form 1040A is a slick remedy IpojKthat income tax-figuring headache, Jgjjjllt'it may cost you more money than g|if,fyo'u .use the old form 1040. ^simplified form allows auto- jynjatically for average deductions in StKe-SiOOO-or-less income brackets. Bat is ypur; allowable deductions, which include interest, taxes, losses from fire, .. ( theft, bad debts, etc., may be con- I'ifderably higher than the average in " ' ' income bracket. If they total ^fi-- or more you probably will save ^ poney by using the old form. p* ^Take the case of Jim Jones, mar- y'tted and with one dependent child. \Jffehas an earned income of 52,500 and deduction for interest on a house paying for. Under the simplified his tax is ?45. Under the old ., it is $30.80. He would save $14.20 by- .using the latter. T ,H his deductions amounted to 5100 "6$'would still save $4.60 by using the &14 form. On the other hand, if his dftpwtoons totaled only $40, he would * l)<? $1.16 ahead by using the abbreviated form, which is much easier to fill 1 ^ It Jim were single, earned $2,500 and : hafl deductions of 5100, he would pay * $8.40 less under the new form. Centrally speaking married men, par- j\ticularly those with one or more ile- : pendents and substantial deductions, jTwill fare better under the old form. The new form is a boon for the pewlywed taxpayer. If you wi:ra mar- 1 lied late in December, eve i the last day, the full exemption as head of a * family is automatically provided A ' proportional exemption is allowed <- under the old form for persons mar- ^jied during the income year, but • n those married less than a month get only the single-man's $750 exemptions. It works the other way if a depen- j dent dies during the year or otherwise ceases to be a dependent. Under the new form, taxpayers get deductions only for those who were dependents on die last day of 1941. Under the old form, a proportional part of the $400 exemption can be taken. (Next: Watch Those Dollars) Black is White (To the Camera) By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Wide World Science Editor NEW YORK—London's bombings have led to discovery of a new chemical bath which restores the reading matter on charged paper, even when to the eye it is a uniform, coal black. The odd thing is that the eye of an ordinary camera sees this restoration, although the human eye does not do so well. The paper is bathed with chloral hy drate, in a 25 per cent solution of alcohol. It is dried, and the treatment rpeated several times, until a mass of chloral hydrate crystals covers both sides of the paper. Finally comes a bath with 10 per cent glycerine. An ordinary camera with a standard contrastly film then photographs the paper, and the photograph reveals the lost characters. The treatment re' stores reading matter equally on both I sides. j Advantages are quickness, ease, re| liability of getting results and the fact I that no special apparatus is required. The discovery is reported in Nature, Britain's science journal, by W. D. Taylor and Henry J. Walls, of the VIetropolitan Police Laboratory, London. They say they are not able to explain why the chemical bath causes the restoration. NOTICE • • • • W. B. WILLIAMS Has joined the personnel of the CAPITAL BARBER SHOP and invites his friends and customers to visit him CAPITAL BARBER SHOP WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pounds Paid ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas fe* v WANT A PIANO? This Model $365 cosh 01 terms: $36.50 Down $19.38 Monthly. Prop us a card lor Catalogs and JtlJJ information. Quality makes by STEINWAY, HADDORFF, CABLE, WURLITZEK. Beasle . Broad Texarkama, Ark. Used Pianw, f?5 up. Terms Knitting Society For Men Only NEW YORK-W-The Men's knitting Group of the Sachs Victory Volunteers are clicking their needles for national defense. In three months, 14 men, physically unfit or otherwise unable to join up for active service, knit 48 sweaters. The garments were made for civilian relief and for service men in Iceland. The knitters are complying with the U. S. government request that civilians knit for service men only on specific request. Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. If a baby is asleep when you call on friends should you expect them to wake the baby up so that you can see it? 2. If you know that a married couple must find someone to stay with their children if they go out in the evening, should you try to extend invitations to them several days in advance? 3. If you have a cold should you put off calling on friends who have children until you are completely over it? 4. Must you serve liquor, even though you can't afford it, because your friends always do? 5. Should you pay social calls on persons who are packing to move? What v/oulcl you do if— A neighbor calls and you have work that cannot be put off— 'a) Explain to the neighbor and ask her to excu.sc you? <b) Keep glancing at the clock, hoping she will take the hint and leave? Answers 1. No. 2. Yes. 3. Yes. 4. No. 5. 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Vivid splashy or tiny floral prints, in long torso dresses with all around pleated or dirndl skirts. Sophisticated pastels with new, draped peplum! All new spring materials in jacket and one piece styles. Navy, Black and Pastels. Sizes 11-17 12-20 38-52 and half sizes. $ 10.95 '12.95 $ 16.95 r Coats You'll love these smart Spring coats. Both Tailored and sport coats. Dress coats in Black and Navy and sport coats in Plaids and pastels. Sizes 12 to 44. Select yours from our complete stock. $ 12.95 ,„ 19.95 *A \'fi , ' >, ' , %VW.H^ A . i'Spj i\^v r/fi l'^ .-r^i.. -i'V- Suits This Spring more than ever, you'll need a new suit. Casual suits for defense work, soft or suave man- tailored for dress, bold sport suits for the country. Just Name your suit and you'll find it in our collection. Sizes 12 to 42. $ 12.95 ,o $ 22.95 Chas. A. Haynes Co C W ya v/^, \ ^Mift/vV ON MAIN

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