Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 3, 1948 · Page 4
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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Thursday, September 2, 1948 Wallace Gets m Jackson, Miss., Kept, 2 (UP)— Hi. my A. Wallace went through Mi r M'-';jppi today with a seven-car escort of Mississippi Highway police ,i ^i.gm'd by Gov. Kidding L. Wright to insure the Progressive 3 «lj jj c <; s i d c n I i al candi- :dale "courteous" treatment. "Wallace":; associates, encouraged by the ne.irncEs of the largo <•< coil belief that tlie "worst" of his previousl v-tnrbuk'nf, campaign thii i,'h the Souih wa.s past. Col. T. B. Birdsong. state commission of public safety, and 23 i (fire- , met the Progressive Kilty s presidential eandis rw when lie arrived here by train at 5:30 a. m. Gov. Wright. Dixiocrat vice- pi evidential candidate!, instructed the heavy guard to slay with Wallace until he leaves (he state about noon. •"' f " ; 11 f govcrnoi; y/^peaTe'd to Mis- sib .ijipi.uiK to irea;t,.\V'allacc courteously in an < (fort i,'16 nrevent hciotiU de.monslra'tfons such as ha\( marked Wailac'fj's' stumping of North Carolina and Alabama. Rotten eggs and ripe tomatoes were tossed at him in those slates. Wrlljcc KhtrtWI'-HWI.day by attending a brc.akfH'kV- -at Southern Cbustiari Institulej. 1 ?!' 'Negro junior college, at ncarbyh Ed wards. Miss. The hioakfast Hevybd> '?s a mect- •iiiK ol the. Miswist;if>pi J -Progressive. I'ciily tor nomination of prcsidcnt- Wallace to Get Radio Time in State Appearance Little Rock, Sept. 2 --'/n -Henry Wallace may not have a place for a personal appearance here Fii- day but he will get ;> chance (o speak ID his Arkansas f'lHowei s. The Progressive Party presidential candi'lale lias lier-ii assured 30 minutes of radio lime over a Little Kock station (KLRAi before he loaves for Memphis. As for a place for his personal appearance that is another question. So far the Arkansas for W;..l- ial electors for the November election. Wallace accomnanic.d 'J. Lewis Henderson, Bay St. Louis. stale Progre.ssive Party chairman, to the state capitol here to present the list of electors to Secretary of State Heber Ladner. They were informed that, they probably would have to also present a petition with , r >0 name's to qualify their electors for the ballot. In a radio broadens), from the institute. Wallace sairl that he had been attacked in other Southern towns in the past few days tor "preaching charily and Democracy." He charged thai the "unknown young hoodlums" who threw eggs and tomatoes at him wen.; the dupes of eastern capitalists with heavy financial interest in the South. He also charged that the Dixie- crat party was controlled by "Wall Street." I lace Committee has been unable I to obtain a place. I The committee has been turned ! down on using the Arkansas Bap- iti.'il College' (Negro) the Municipal I auditorium, the slate capitol steps : and the Missouri Pacific lines .yard in iNorlh Little Rock, Ark. j Wallace is .scheduled to arrive shortly after midnight tonight i aboard a plane fiom Shreveporl. I/y. He is .scheduled to leave ,., (.11110. norii! tomorrow. A state police escort has been ; assured the former vice president from Little Kock to the Arkansas• Tennessee, stale line. City police 1 ul:;o plan to give him an escort i while he is here. is Key to Remo .Sanitation is one of the impor- j lanl feature:; to be considered by I the family building or remodeling I a home, says Home Demons! va- | lion Agent Lorraine Blackwoori. j ireallb menaces in the home such i as rats, mice, reptiles and insects carry diseases and transmit '.hem j to man. A tight foundation and j. floor to keen these rodents out be of first importance in construction. Smooth, tight wall:;, ceilings. woi'K sur- .shelves and closet linings, simple, pl-nn and «ni<" " trimmings and fittings, arc very j important in maintaining a lieau.i- ful. environment. A safe and abundant water supply with hot and cold running wal- Prescoii Thursday, Sept. 2 — Prescotl Lodge No. 80 V. & A. M. will hold a special meeting for work in the M. M. degree Thursdny night. Re- tieshmcnfs will be served. Saturday, Stpt. 4—The wedding o( miss Dorothy White and Norman Whitakcr Jr. will be solemnized j Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock al! First Methodist church. A rcccp-j lion will follow al the Lawson! Hotel. . home Hours, faces, with STREAK - O - LEAN was rUPTON'S 8 Lb.. Carton '-AS? 'tmn^atju, GRADE A — SLAB Oven-Fried Steak (Knipe lit low | Browned. Whole Potatoej Sliced Toliiatocs and PrfitmJ^ngc in Vinegar Heated Rolls Burtrr or Margarine i'cach Cobbler Tt: took' for '(lie sutied jpcciili in our ad tu inaj-.c this melt. O,ven-Fr!ed ' Steak > : September 4, 1940 Vi Ihi. rottiul Mfa 1-in. thick '/'i tea-.pooiKi h,jU ?v t:rai:u ptpp^r , i cuj> J J ct Aiilk j cup fine t^rm /lake crumbs' > '• . l /4 cup hol shortening 2 fabU'bpoatts Hour ~,\ cup liquid off peas, or voter 2 cups drained peal, cooked or canned I urn on, ovx'n; ,ser at moderately slow (J50' I-.), Cut steak into pieces for E.c-1-vin;;. Sprinkle mixture of 1 ! /4 teasp. salt and f:w grains pepper on both iiui--s OL mcar; Oip, one piece at a tune, in mil!-.. JJavc remaining milk for i'.ravy. Roil in. corn ilal-.c crumbs. Brown C.HI tiiuli sides in hot shorten- in;; in luMiy il-.illct. Cover; bake about 1 hot::-, ur unnl tender. Heinove to plat''.-!-; I :-.•; p hot. Blend flour and few jT.-jins I'cpjuT into liquid in skillet. .Stir in linuid off peas. Boil slowly and v:r 2 ir.'n. Measure milk left from il.l/i'in; ir. r ;.-.i; add enough to mai.a •i iv.ip. Stir in.lo hot Hour mixture; ;;•:.] ^- ...^. M^-at thuruur^hl/ but do not ' .it <,nce v.-itli the meat. •• ivla.- 1 i - Tim Will Ne PKTMILK K c: tir/L'NO STL : AK Lb. CANNbD FULL CREAM PRINT BAG Super Suds, Rinso, Oxydol, Duz ' Large Box Lb. Bag Lb. Bat) 8 . BAKERITF 3 Lb. Can PALM OLIVE Ruyulur Bats Built Size MOR, TREAT, SPAM Snat;k for School Lunch 12 oz. can PURE CAHL' Found Pounds t?» NOTl BOOs( PAPI.R or SCHOOL FREE DELIVERY EVi;RY DAY ON $2.00 ORDERS PHONE 447 We Reserve Rights to Limit Quantity AND SAVE The Success Home Demonstration club met on the lawn of Mrs. Kl- more Dougan's August 19, ' with fourteen members and one visitor, j Everyone enjoyed planning for (lie fair and ladies were appointed In fix the booth, they were as follows: Mrs. Earl Weks. Mrs. Mary Pur tie', and Mrs. Herman Reyenga. Several pot holders were brought to the club for the booth. The next meeting of the club will be held September 30th instead of the regular club meeting day on Ihe third Thursday. This meeting will be at the homo of Mrs. Gordon Richards. Mrs. N. E. Dougan, reporter. J E. Smith, Superintendent ot Prescotl Public Schools has announced thai Prescott Public Schools will open September fllh. At a meeting of the .school board the requirements for children entering school for the first time were adopted, all children who become six years of age before December 31. 1948 may enter school in September. All children entering the first grade this term will bo required to present a birth certificate. Officials of Prescotl Public Schools have announced the list of instructors to bo used in the three schools here for the school Icrm 1048-49. Grades 1-3 Inclusive—Mrs. T.ovrl Hobbard. principal. Miss Marie Adams. Mrs. Nannie Cummings. Miss .Teanet.te Gardiner. Mrs. Leonard Hart, Mrs. Morrison MrLellaml Miss Carol Scott. Mrs. Clara n. ! Slone. Mrs. Roy Slainlon. Mrs. Ar- dclt Clark. Grades 4-6 Inclusive ----- Mrs. I.u- i ••'lie Kltrin. Mrs. Mvrtl" Greeson, ' Mrs. Lela Haves. Mrs Cleo Hines Mrs. K. B. Johnson. Mrs. E. L! Ross. Mrs. Jack B. Morriso'i. H.'nh School — G'-orse W. Easlev. principal; Calvin Barham. mathematics and science: G. C. F,">-ry. I. •-iv-.pn-tatirn and driver frainin": Miss Carionc Brimcr. home economics: Rov CYiok, athletic 1 - and mathematics; Mvq. Jobn A. Kagle, commercial: Wilbur Kail, ind'"- trial arts; R. TC. LindHad. 1-ainl: Miss Mildred Loomis, English and MaSvern Publisher Succumbs at the Age of 70 Malvern, Sept. 2 —(/Pi— Julian Heard Beerstecher. ()!). editor and publisher of the Malvern Daily Record and president of the Arkansas Press Association, died at. his home here loclay at 10:43 of urcmic poisoning. He established the Record in Ifllfi and had been a member of the Associated Press since 1937. Beerstecher iBes-Ta-Shay), had been in ill health for the past eight months and never was able to Inactive as president of the A PA, an office to which he was elevated last January. He also had been prominent in 7 Democratic party affairs and the civic life of Malvern. Ho served as a member of the Hot Springs County Selective Service Board during World War II and was decorated for his service. He was chairman of the county and city Democratic central committees, a member of the Chamber of Commerce, past president of Hie Rotary club, a member of the Masonic lodge, the Methodist' church and a former member of the board of trustees of Bcebe Agricultural College at Beebe. Bccrstcchcr also had been city clerk and recorder of Malvern. and a member of the Board of Education. Before coming here, he was state printing clerk in the auditor's office. He began his newspaper career in the composing room of (he Arkansas Gazelle and had been a member of the Typographical union for more than 45 years. Hcerstecher was born in Soarcy, Ark.. April 5. lt!7!l. and was educated at the old military academy there. Surviving are his widow. two daughters. Miss Frances Bei-r- stecher, associate editor of the Record, and Mrs. Elbert K. BuMer of Malvern: a sister. Mrs Al'-s Holmes of Hot Springs, and one grandson. Charles Julian Butler. Funeral plans have not been completed. social science; Miss Edith Mase.v, library, English and speech: Sid agriculliirc: E. L. Ross, and ..ocial science: Mrs. C. Thomas, English and languages: Miss Franccy r, vocational guidance. 7lh and 8th Grades -• Miss Nina C.albr.yi) Scot), Mrs. Sam Taylor vVhite Jr.. Mrs. Louise Rose Robey Mrs. Elbcrta Overstreet. Administrative. Office — J. E Smith, superintendent, Mrs. Josephine CaninMton, nVgJstriir. Piirtlf science Charie: foreign Thrash Mrs. Tom Cruse in cooperation with the Prescott Public Schools and the Prescott Parent Teachers Association is making plans to open a nursery school or kindergarten lor children of pre-school age at her homo at 028 West Second street. This nursery school will work with the public schools. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin who have been the recent guests of his mother Mrs. Ida Martin have returned to ther home in Delhi. La. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cox of Hope were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Davis. Miss Kathrine Buchanan has returned to her hoine in Washington. D. C., after having been the guest of her father Dr. A. C. Buchanan and Mrs. Carl Dalyrinplc. Mrs. Bill Stone and children Jimmy, Billy and Susan returned to their home in Stillwatcr, Okla.. Monday after having been the guests of Mrs. Clara 13. Stone and Miss Luclla Stone. Mrs. Ted Murphy and daughter Celia", have returned to their home in McComb, III., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Erskin Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee Sr., returned Wednesday from Hot Springs where they have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed I. Rc- phmi for several clays. Mrs. Elcctra Wells has returned from Hot Springs where she spc several days. Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe Bomar, a nounce the birth of a daughU Phoebe, on August 19, at the Co Uonncll Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leman Waters, n nounce the birth of a daiiL<t.t Margie Ellen, on August 23 at t Cora Donnell Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buclui an, announce the birth of a si. Kenneth Wayne on August i!l, Cora Douueli hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Blevins a nounce the birth of a daugbtc Kathy Sue, on August 20 at Ci Donnell hospital. Malvern. Sent. 2 -- l.-l'i - J. H. Kerrstecher, 70^ editor and pub- f lislier of the Malvern Daily Record , a i ul president of the Arkansas Press Association, died at his home- tod.'iy. He was a member of tin.' Associated Press. HeersliM'her ('pronounced Ues-ter- shiiy) bought the Record in l<)l(i. He hail be«'ti in ill health for some time. He was elected president of tin- APA last January. ! Survivors include his widow and j two daughters. Frances, associate j • •riitor of the Record, and Mr:;. ] K. !•'.. Butler. Malevern. ant) a sis i tor, Mrs. Alex Holmes, Hot Springs.! Shower from ''Heaven" Copenhagen • -1/|'>— Fluwers and : parcels containing coffee and lu bacco were dropped from a low flying ail plane over the lono house of Garnewardcn Rasmus Frederik- t:eii in Crib forest. Northern Zea- ! land. Frederiksen's children rented : the plane to shower gifts on their home for their parent.-.' diamond , bedding. I o~~ -• - - i Distinction i Pueblo Grande, about four miles east of Phoenix, Ariz., is tin municipally owned archenl project in the United Stales. •.•r. indoor lnilel and .septic Link sewage disposal or sanitaiv piivv should be planned aceurdin:; ti- U. S. Public Health Ser\ice i-'t.m- dards. These conveniences are preventive health mea.si>re.s .-;.•".).•" t diseases such as infantile- pai alv.-.i•-;. typhoid fever, scarlet le\ er.amoeb- ic and bacilliary 'lysenu-.y, anil oilier coniniunicable diseu.sos. "Your house yhould be planned and eiai sU'i u-t''d I'o-- hi>ii' ( -. '' < ! and health." .stales Lorraine BiueU- I \vuod. 66 iOW-COST WRITS- j£AN AtUW, ?2!2 STATE A VS., 4, OHIO '"sS,^wS.fVS^ Armour Srar Quality Armour Sfar, Pickle & Pimiento and OMiers Butt Half Ib. 65c. Kroger. Vacuum packed to insure freshness. 1 Ib. Tin t%J Folgcr's. A delightfully fragrant blend. Farm Fresh. Dressed and Drawn. Cut up free Contains all the food values of fresh milk. Swifi-'s Famous Sweet Rasher. Fresh. Shook O'Leon. Save on this Low Price. Armour Star ] Ib. Skinless Cello Package of tight. Only Pure Convenient.. Economical. KROGER TEA Special Blend. Fray-ant and Slimitlalin,;;. TREET • I * BM Ouf fl C.'t nncct Meat. Spam . . . ft lie. From . 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