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Thursday, September ?., 1948 HOPE 'STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS A P d & Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. ^Social Calendar ursday, Sept. 2 The Pnl Cleburne chapter of jnnrri Dunn, Mrs. Oscar Grecnbor" ; and Mrs. Alvin Reynolds will be [ hostesses at a miscelaneuus show- 1 Ellis. Mrs. W. I,. Sims. Mrs. ,T. T. j Kapliuger of KimKiiid. and Mrs. | Bill Wray. Dessert Riiests were: i Mrs. Glen Walker. Miss Janet Lem| ley of Nashville. Tenii.. and Mrs. | William Apperson Evans of Wash- i ingion. U. C.. Coming and Going w hotel Thursday. Sept. 2. hursday, Sept 2 Mrs. Kelly Bryant and Mrs. Bas- York [will be hostesses for the 'gular .semi-monthly bridge-hm- icon at the Country club Thurs- iy moi'ning at H) o'clock. Mem- ''£ planning to attcd are ,'i:;ked "untafct one of the hostesses. Hope-Chapter Ho. ;',2S. order of e Eastern Star, will meet in the asonic'.hall Thursday. Sept. 2, at o'clock. Thursday, Sept. 2 Mrs. Fred Robertson. Mrs. Ber- | Mrs. Fred Duncan entertained ; with two tables of bridge at her home on South Hervey street Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock For the occasion the house, was attractively decorated with arrangements of Summer flowers. High score prize was won by Mrs. B. W. Kclwards: second high went to Mrs. Fred Ellis, and Mrs- George ]•:. Wright won the traveling prize. ; The hostess s.'i-ved a delightful (dessert course to the following j players: Mrs. B. W. Edwards. Mrs.' 'L,aMar Cox. Mrs. George Wright 1 Mrs. Donald Broach, Mrs. Fred i Mr. Don Wren and Dr. H. W. i Thomas of Dermott were Wednes- ' day afternoon guests of the Gray- | ! don Anthonys and Fletcher Tay- ,loif. They were accompanied home j by Mrs. Wren and Mrs. Thomas i who have been visiting here. Build Big Plane Moscow —l/ll— One of the new airplanes shown at the annual Soviet airshow at Tushino airdrome near Moscow was a seventy-seat four-motored passenger craft. This plane, which is larger than any of the planes at present in regular service on Soviet civil airplanes, is, say Moscow observers, destined to become in the future a common sight on Soviet airports. Miss Barbara LaGrone and Miss Mary Carolyn Andrews left Thursday morning for when- they \vill •.Tlt sity of Arkansas. passed tests which made her a member of the Rcinsman's club in horsemanship, and the Rowman's club in canoeing. Miss Ginnane Graves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graves, lie- DOROTHY DIX Practical Courtship The Doctor Says: Page Three Fayiotteville j 'Univer- I a member of (he Fingers in ping pong, and completed swimming tests. came club her beginner Miss Phyliss Williams and Miss Mary Koy Mo?es will leave Friday (or the University of Arkansas to attend Hush Week: Mitchell Williams, Waco, is visiting his parents .Mr. and Mrs. Jett illiams. Sr., here. Mitchell is a law student at Baylor university. Pvt. James R. Brosiiis, Hope Route Four, has been selected to attend the Signal School at Fort Monmoulh. N. J.. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Settle Walker; Hope. Use Your Charge Account NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Now...new greens! apple reds! new step-ladder straps! browns! blacks! smart medallion buckles!. Just what you want for class... (jll in durable genuine leathers at (his surprisingly low price! ! © USE OUR "LAY-A-WAY" PLAN AIR CONDITIONED °ff ; CHAS. A COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crank arriv- | ed Tuesday night from Sterlington, I ^,,, llul .,, La., (or a visit with Mr. Crank's I ] t ,y Hone" parents after an extended visit ! LowisvillV with Mrs. Crank's parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Williams. Mrs. J. T. Kaplinger of England is the house-guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duncan here. Personal Mention Two girls have left Monte No for their homes in Hope after spending four weeks at Camp Jovzelle. They are Miss Ann Clayton Booth, neice of Mrs. E. M. McWilliams. who Julia Chester Discharged: Mrs. Wm, M. Cant- Coralyn Chastain, of Lowisville. Josephine Mr. Harold Mauldin, B. Hope: little Miss Long, Hope; Carolyn Master Johnnie Coil- Admitted: 713 W. Avc. Mary Jane Long. Hope; ins. Hope. Discharged: Master Timmy LeGrand, Hope; Mrs. G. B. Brasher, Hope; little Miss Pamela Aslin, SPG. Hope. o- : ' • Birds are well insulated in their d»nse plumage and have no sweat glands. By Elswyth Thane Copyngfit by Elswytli Tfionc — Disttibulcd by NEA SERVICE, INC. Undoubtedly many unhappy marriages could be prevented if. during the engagement, the prospective bridegroom would stop asking SweeUmis: "Do you love me— will you always love me — would you nine a\vav and die of a broken heart if something untoward happened to me?" long enough to get her views on practical matters that will affect his happiness and well-being just ns much as the state of her affections. He might, for instance, open the questionnaire by saying: "Darling. I feel that I am the most blest of men in having won you for my bride, but before we go any further with this matter, tel! me what is your domestic rating? Are you filergic to the kitchen, or is it your favorite haunt where you perform culinary miracles? "Do Churches Rap Communism and Capitalism M.D. BY EDWIN P. JORDAN, Written for NEA Service Scurvy is brought about by sufficient supply of vitamin ascorbic acid, in the diet. This vitamin is plentiful in citrus fruits, and is also present in green vegetables, fresh fruit juices, tomatoes, some root vegetables and in small amounts in milk. The disease can be avoided by including enough of these foods in tin- diet. Scurvy begins slowly, as a rule. At first there is loss of weight, a feeling of weakness, vague pains in the legs and the skin becomes you thrill at the sight of pots and pans, or do they give you (pale and sallow. Soon the gums be- that tired feeling? Can you cook gin to become swollen and like my Mother, or will your coffee always furnish grounds for divorce? I love you, but I also have , I also have a passion for good food and, inasmuch as when I marry I will put my stomach as well as my heart in my wife's hands, I would like to know what risks I am taking." . Or he might say: "Angel of my soul, how do you stand on the financial proposition^ Can you run a budget, or do you think money was made to. throw at the birds? I am no tightwad, but the prospect of spending >my life slaving for ' spongy. and bleed easily when brushed or rubbed. The changes in the gums may become so bad that the teelh loosen and fall out. If Vitamin C remains out ot the diet for a long time, the bone of the jaw can actually decay. ADVANCED SYMPTOMS The breath becomes foul and the tongue is swollen and red. Bleed- under tile mu Netherlands, advisory sec- Council of both commii-i c ' on _ l ' ml " today. I i' 1 hns , Amsterdam, The •Sept. 2 — (/pi — An Von of the World Churches condemned nism and capitalism neither was an ideology capable insuring justice and freedom the world. The charges against both forms of society were made in a report drawn up by the section on "The Church and Disorder of Society." I li I the political principles of ,the;Chr!s« itian party, not only againsf that party but against Christianity it- Iself. But when all these warnings have been given, it may still be de* sirable in same situations for Christians to organize in-a political party for specific objectives, so long as they do not claim that it is the only pofsihle expression of Christian loyalty in the situation and so long as such a party wilt, guard against the temptation to. after any valid reason for' to exist. The same: o{ 'principles would apply to other j forms of organized Christian-action in in public affairs.' ' The section is composed of is composed of 123 leading churchmen among the 450 delegates representing about 150 churches in more than 40 nations. The report was submitted to a pic-! Tll ° S''o»i> was headed by Or. Connary session of the council today stanl| J n 1-eopold Palijn of thft; and Icadjng members of the seu . | Dutch reformed church. It is OBe" lion sairi it willundergo only mi- ( of folu ' such working groups. The nor revisions. " I Roman Catholic church and' thfe As the report went to tho ^l^nrv Rl ' ssian cn"rch are. ambns those report went to the plenarv session, a- paragraph was inserted warning against identification of the Christian church with any political party. "One problem is raised by existence in several countries Christian political parties " paragraph said. "The church such should not be identified with any political party and must not act as though it were itself a political party. In general, such'parties not represented in the world" court- cil. --. . • .. The report castigated cflmmu- nism as "a force that, engenders new forms of injustice arid opprefi- lnc sion." It sairi capitalism had failed to meet human needs and ha.l cort- centralcd p/i %aterialism and produced "serious'.'^equalities:" "Tho ClrrtttWYi church rejects the ideologies -oP both communism and capitalism and should seek to of the as 1HE S1OR\: Hilary Shcnstone, "Ah. but Ponsonby swears he British secret agent, recalls lying , pulled himself together at once and desert be-!jumped out of bed to close the wounded in the Indian desert beside a crashed plane, after comple- iling a dangerous mission. He re;members feeling a desperate need i to return to England Nuns Farlh- jing. his family's country home. I He doesnt know that the house has i been let and that dreamy, 17-year- jold Sabrina, whom he has never (met, lias adopted his old room land eagerly awaits his return.) jNoxt thing Hilary is aware of, he i is back in London dropping in at 'his club. But no one seems conscious of his presence. Hilary learns that his brother. George, Ihus been cutting in with Alice, Hillary's fiancee. At first, he thinks jit s all a dream. Then with dismay he overhears a report of his own I death. Shocked ill first, he later -decides to enjoy the situation. Af- jler spending the night in a room jai the club, he wanders around j London next day. He makes up his jnnnd to look into the matter of George and Alice. LAST DAY - FEATURES 2:43 - 4:49 - 6:55 - 9:01 Out of,His World! with GEORGE BRENT VIRGINIA MAYO TURHAN BEY CAROLE LANDIS ANN DVORAK LAST DAY FEATURES 2 - 3:52 - 5:40 - 7:35 - 9:22 They had Taking s Ways with Men 3 of MONEY! XII Towards lunch time he mounted the sieps ot his mothers little hou- so in Park Street. It was George s green Rolls-Bontley lour seat or, he supposed, which stood at | the euro. A noisy brute of a car, land just what George would drive. 'Automatically he searched his pockets— darn— no keys— Dalton had nis^ keys, in Pe.sh;nrur. Round the comer came two qui- e correct little boys, brothers j dressed alike in gray suits with oare knees and white collars With them was a lively spaniel, off ,1ns lead, which dangled from the ! younger boy's hand. Eminently I'.vell oehaved, they came level with jthe bottom of the steps where he jslood— tiipy were moving briskly, I absorbed in the dog. Hilarv pres- |Sed the bell. ! The little bovs broke into a brief ,1'un in an effort to refasten the il'-nfl to the frisky dog's collar jlney were still chasing him busily , several nouses further away when jHinlon. the majfj opened the door [to an empty doormat. Hilary slipped past Inn- into the hall. With a dark look after the innocent pair with the spaniel. Hinton shut the 'door smn.-ll.v and returned to the i kitchen muttering. j Hilary mounted the family : noted stairs io his mother' • out of door. The passage was empty. But hes o'psitive that something had opened that door and was surprised to see him there, and went a- \vay leaving it open." "I never heard of anything so absurd! she cried. "The latch gave in a draught, of course. "I know. We all said that. But there's another thing.' "Well, what? "Last night somebody slept in a room that was supposed to bo empty. "Oh, George, really!' "I'm only telling you what they said A room that hadn't been booked for several nights had its bed slept in last night. But theres no trace of the occupant—Hinton, if you'll bring up the makings," added George, 111 shako up a White Lady before lunch. "Yes sir'! said Hinton and withdrew again. "And that's not all,' George continued impressively, and produced the ultimate manifestation. "The fellow in the next room heard the bath water being run by the fellow in the empty room.' "Now, George, you're not trying to tell me their ghost took- a bath!' "Thats the story! Ponsonby is going to write to the Society for Psychical Research!' "Men are so silly He was probably scaring himself to death with a detective story when it happened. George, I've had- another letter from those people down at Nuns Farthing.' "What people?' demanded Hilary, astonished. (To Be Continued) dressmaker's and milliners does not -allure me and so, unless you can get as much of a kick out of helping me make a fortune as you out of running me in debt, you had better transfer your hearthrobs to some guy whose father guessed right about the stock market." Part-Time Wife Or he might disguise his real intent for finding out whether, if he married her, he would have to do the marketing, get the children off to school, and darn his socks, because she would be off attending a convention, or delivering a lecture, or selling a bill of goods, by saying: "Dream Girl, do you regard mar- ] condition can riage as a career or a chore? Do you think that making a home, rearing a family and keeping a husband happy is a job that you can turn out with one hand while the other hand is doing SOME- ' THING WORTH .WHILE? Will you moan about being tied down with babies, and would you always be throwing in my teeth about how great and wonderful you might have been if you hadn't SACRIFICED ALL by ,marrying me? If so, speak now, or forever hold you peace, for I do not crave a part- time wife." And, going on from there, he might inquire further into how j she would treat his Mother, and how many of her own family she planned to have camp in the- guest room, and whether she expected a tired business man to take her .stepping e'very night when his feet hurt and ''he only wanted to rest them? Also, whether she would buy his neckties, and make him eat the kind of food she liked, and make him attend her church and vote for her candidate, or else. Oh, there are plenty of questions the prospective husband might ask the Girl Friend before marriage, but the trouble is he doesn't. He waits until after marriage, and then it is too late. politics from consolidate all who do 'not share by supplying the diet. more vitamin C in Note: answer licrent compromises They may cut Christians off cuous membrane/other parties which need the leav- •of the mouth is common. Gradually en of Christianity. Thev lend to the skin becomes dry and rough. i = j-i. .. Swelling around the ankles is common, the heart palpitates and its beat is feeble and irregular. Mental depression is characteristic. These symptoms come with advanced scurvy, and arc not seen so often now that we know how they can be prevented. In mild forms there may be only such inconspicuous signs as poor healing of wounds, a tendency to certain infectious diseases, easy bleeding when cut, and increased susceptibility to ulcers of the stomach. This type of scurvy can be discovered only by making chemical examinations of the blood or ur- ^ne for ascorbic acid. When insuf- ificient quantities are found, the j -., - „ — -•-"*"-> ..i v*i_»i tJii i \.i\j^i . •• • - - - -- -are hazardous because they so eas- " raw 'men '»\w^>{rom the <5alse as- il.v confuse Christianity with'the j n . | sumption Wat'these are the only oK of pr. Jordan is unable to individual questions from readers. However, each day he will answer one of the most frequently asked questions in his column. UESTION: Is a pain under the right shoulder always a sign of gall bladder trouble, and if so, what lean be done about it? ! ANSWER: This type of pain can come from gall bladder trouble, but other possibilities must be considered. If it is proved to bo a sign of severe gall bladder difficulty. be remedied ' riilv treatment usually involves surgieV '•> removal of the diseased organ. tcvnalives," the report said. "Each ins made promises which it \yould "Commuftil||i^oltigx 'put empha- is upon economic justice and promises freedom will automatically come after*, Completion ' of the revolution, (j Capitalism puts em-- phasis uppnMrewtom and .promises, justice will follow as a ^by-product of free erite.V-prib¥. = That;.too, is aft ideology which hasj beeji proved' also. ; '. ' : c!.:>.!-;'... :••;; "It is the, responsibility of .Christians to seeli new crbative'Solutions which never allow either justice or' freedom to destroy the other." Agrjcultural Ants Farming actually is carried on by agricultural ants on a small scale. They cultivate patches of' wild rice.'Tt.ecptng But weeds Tin- til the crop ripens. They therl Ulirhb the stalks and carry the' grain a- i way to their underground graner- . ies. < • ' v . cars sit voices, and the door He heard stood open. "Cocktails, ma tor.' George was saying decisively. "To much sherry lately— makes me liverish.' "Oh? Well, ring the bell, dear and just tell Hinton what i want.' their mother light, you cheer- (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) o Diamond dust used to polish hard metal dies is recovered and used again. ful voice advised him. "Alice l:la lor lunch. She's at the hairdressers till 1. Hilary paused on the threshold and stood looking into the sunny room and feeling bitterly sorry for , himself. Everything was so entirely as usual here. Alice was expected to lunch--cocktails would come up on a clinking (ray—his mother was at her writing table in a becoming gown someone ought to praise—old George with his finger on the bell and his eye eon the lunch time racing form Obviously they didn't know abu:it him. The Hume Office taking its lime. iy. there's a blasted !Mn'_', round the club,' . "I'tiiisonby swears he t in his room last ni the club'." Their mother , up from her letter-writing I skeptical sn il -• | at the club lined. yet. was silly said had gin.' George af- and •as me.' said Hilary tenta- Irill expecting, half hoping mid hear, and tuvn on him cr.-diil.-/p.s hoots of rude fa- ii'-'hU:.-, But — seMve. he'd been drinking." '•d. her incredulity all "for lij'ngs!' :-he c-n:icluded logically, i "What happiiied lo make him tlii- j iik ii i'.-iis a :;htis!?' i : "V-.'ell. I'un-nnljy said he was in ! )C.i iv;-.d:n;:. uiun lile door suddenly ,-wuiii.' uuei! ;,:, though some- i '<:ie had mrr.ed tin.- knob from the \ "N'ot r .i Mini. Tneiv '.'.-us; nobody liK'je. 'Ilia! j:i .I'ii'bodv he could :ee. lie -.vas iriyhu'ully upset! "' .-::•!id I was sorry,' said Hilary in iiu own defense. . "Men's clubs are full of practi-1 i ca! inkers.' i,s.si.-ru-d their moth- j •er. It's the Rule For Back - fro - School CLAUSSNER'S 51 Guage 15 Denier Smart, new, back-to-school things demand the exquisite loveliness of Claussner Kleer-Sheer Nylons. And just see how their "personalized portions" fit you . . . whether you're short, medium or tall. 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