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Page Two HOPE S T A ft 0 P E , ARKANSAS Social ana P ersona Phone 1268 or 1269 Bctwesn 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. I Social Calendar Monday, September 6, 194B Moml-iy, Sept. G The board of stewards of First Methodist church will meet Monday, Sept 6, at the church at 7:30 p m .. i Thr'Yj W. A. of First Baptist j cliuulji will meet at the church! Mowiify 'evening at. G:15 o'clock) for tbj: icgular mc/nthly business I and &$itml ..session. All members ' nfc w'pttl to attend. Tho jjrcgulnr monthly meeting of | the official board of First Christian rhi.ich n.is been postponed until Monda>, Sept. 13, at 7:30, in order to give special committees time to compile reports that must be acted utfdn before the annual meet- in p Thcif -will be a meeting of Band , Mctheis at the band room Monday < •evening at 7:30 o'clock. Notice Cude 5 of the W. S. C. S. of the Fntt Methodist church has been postponed until Monday, Sept. 13. Tur-r.day, September 7 The V F.W. Auxiliary will meet lup'ri'T, evening at f) o'clock at f)c V.F W. Hut. All eligible ladies wishing lo join arc asked to be a* :hih meeting. Miss Mary Elizabeth Andres Marries In Home Ceremony The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. AiKlrcs, 305 South Elm, was the Scene of the beautiful double ring cctcrnony Sunday afternoon nt 3:30 £'clock, of their daughter. Mary TC!i7abcth and Edward Hall Summons, ton of Mrs. J. F. Summers and the late Judge Summers of Wynne Arkan'sas. Ihe Reverend Mr. S. A. Whitlow. puh.tr>r of the First Baptist church, i-ead the impressive ceremony before a lirepiac'e banked with hucklebuj-y. The mantel held a ccnle] airangement of white stock with candlelabra holding lighted Uipei , on each side, flanked with ta'l floor baskets of white gladioli and v,hitp stock. Preceding . the ceremony. John Tho-nas Andres and John Mason Antbcs, nephews of the bride, lighted the candles. Miss Colleen rofiee, soloist, sang "Because". Mi'" Coffee chose a blue and unite t, 1 . o piece dress and a cor- iape uf white carnations. Miss Annie Sue Andres served hi.i 1 sister as maid of honor. She wore a brown crepe dress with brown accessories and carried a rolcnial bouquet of Edith Nellie Pokins loses. Ihc bride, given in marriage by her blether, Charles A, Andres o£ Ca-inden, was lovely in an aqua aflcinoon.dress with brown acccs- boti"s. She-wore an aqua feathered hot a'rjd"a single strand of pearls, gift of the groom. She carried a white Bible topped with a white oithidj ;and a shower effect of •white tube roses, n.nl Summers, brother of the £loorh* of Wynne was best ''man. JMu Andres, mother o'f ' the Undo, wore a grey crepe dress With black accessories and a cor- icif,'e--oJ pink Amaryllis. Immediately following the ceremony,-a reception was "held. The bride'r, table covered with a floor length lace cloth was centered with a crystal opergne holding lighted tapers and fever few. and held the ' white bridal cake, encircled with I green and white bridal flowers, and punch bowl at each end. The buffet held a beautiful arrangement of white asters. Miss Betty Ann Andres, cousin of the bride, served the cake and Miss Ruth Ellen Boswell presided at the punch bowl. They wore black faille afternoon dresses with shoulder corsages of white carnations. Mrs. Loy Ward, sister of the bride, presided at the bride's book. She chose a brown crepe afternoon dress with green accessories. After a wedding trip to Mt. Magazine, tho couple will be at home in Arkadelphia where the groom attends Henderson State Teachers College. For traveling, the bride was attired in a light blue suit with brown accessories and pinned the orchid from her bouquet at. her shoulder. Out-of-town guesls included: Mrs. Dwight Andres of College Station. Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andres and son, John Mason and daughter, Paula of Nashville, Ark.. Chas. A. Andres and daush- ler, Charlsey V. of Camdcn, Mr. Fred White of Arkadelphia, Tommi e Lewlon of Arkadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Ward of Hooks, Texas, Franco Andres, uncle ot the bride, of Button and Tona Sage of Blevins. maids and wore dresses of pink and blue taffeta with sweetheart necklines and bouffant skirts. Both carried arm bouquets of pastel asters and gladioli. Boyd Ainsworth of Conway. wis his brother-in-law's best man. The Ushers were Jimmy and Charles Simmons, brothers of the bride, and Robert Wood. A reception was held i mined- . iately after the ceremony at the j A representative of the Social | Bus students will register only | home of the bride for members [ Security Administration (the office ! Thursday morning. Grades nine to I of the bridal party and their fam- ; serving this area) will be in Pres- | twelve with the exception of bus Tuesday, September 7 The G.A. of the Baptist church will meet at 3:45 at the home of Mrs. Jack Cooper. Park Elementary School at the same hour, grades seven and eight will report lo the High School at , The .OeacT/n.s of tho Baptist brown f!Hl.iev- | ( , nurc h will have a meeting at the church Tuesday at 1 p.m. ilies and relatives. i colt Tuesday The couple left for a two weeks ! 10 a.in. honeymoon trip to New Orleans. I For her going away costume. Mrs. Deer chose a '... dine suit with a short jacket and very full skirt. She wore brown accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Simmons chose a navy blue street length dress with white and navy accessories. She wore a corsage of while carnations. After September in. Mr. and Mrs. Deer will be at homo at 228 North Locust Street in Fayettevillc. where both are Senior students in the University. at the postofficc The Wesleyari Guild will meet ,^ lt Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home j-etm'lar class of. Miss Gertrude Clarke White I with Miss Betty A very and Mrs. Christine McMahen co-hostesses. students will report Thursday afternoon at one o'clock. The school buses will run Thursday morning and will leave the High School at ll:4f> on the return triiis. Students will not be required to report to school Friday but will return Monday, September 18 for schedules. BROADCASTING SYSTEM DOROTHY DIX Dnar Mi;:.': Dix: I am. an attractive girl of 21! and I have been in love with a young man for many years. He knows; of my feeling for him and claims that ho loves me. but is opposed lo marriage and wants me; (o live \vith him ille- Wednesday, September 8 The Methodist choir will meet at the church for practice at 7:30 p.m. Coming and Going Mrs. H. F,. Thornton is attending tho bedside of her sister-in-law. Mrs. Durham Ford who is seriously ill in the Texarkana hospital There will be choir practice at the Presbyterian church at 7: IS p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Andrews and daughter Carolyn spent the weekend in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morgan left Thursday for Hot Springs, where thev will make their home. There will be prayer service at the First Christian church at 7:30 p.m. Miss Evelyn Simmons and James William Deer Married in Fayetteville Miss Evelyn Simmons, daughter of Mrs. Bonnie Simmons of Fay- otteville, became the bride of James William Doer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Deer of Hunts- vine, Thursday night in a double ring ceremony at the Church of Christ in Fayetteville, performed by Mr. Joe Spaulding, minister of the church. The altar was banked with baskets of white gladioli, against a background of green ferns. The Misses Alice and Eleanor Henderson, dressed in pink taffeta gowns lighted the seven-branched candle- labra at each side. An a'cappello trio composed of Mrs. W. S. Fan-is, Mrs. Paul Simms, and-Miss Maxine McCracken sang "I Love You Truly", and "Because" preceding the ceremony. AH three were dressed in pale yellow gowns with pastel aster corsages. The traditional wedding' march from "Lohengrin" was used. Miss Simmons, entering with her father, wore a white slipper satin gown fashioned with long sleeves, coming down to calla points over the hands, a sweetheart neckline embroidered with seed pearls and a chapel length train. Her finger tip veil of illusion fell Irorn a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a sheaf bouquet of miniature white gladioli and satin ribbons. Miss Jo Simmons, her sistei"s maid of honor, wore a pale blue satin dress fashioned with sweetheart neckline and side bustles. She carried an arm bouquet of pastel astors and gladioli. Miss Jerry Deer, sister of the groom, and Miss Nclda Kuth were brides- Luther Garner, Jr. of El Dorado was n week-end guest of his mother, Mrs. L. H. Garner and sister, Mrs. Opal Hervcy. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jacks and children of Marshall, Texas, Mrs. W. T. Caldwell of Marshall, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burnsidc and son of El Dorado were week-end guests of their father, S. S. Moses here. There t the I p.m.. choir practice be a prayer service Airs. John C. Stegar Sr. and Mrs. John C. Stegar Jr. returned Thursday from Fulton. Mo. Mr. Stegar remained and is enrolled in Westminister College. Bemis Chappell who has been a summer student at University of at the First Baptist church at 7:30 Arkansas.'Fayettevillc is the guest nm ,-hr.,,. ™.,,M,,. O at 15: la p.m. of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Case Chappell. 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TODAY • TUESDAY FEATURES 2:00 - 4:19 - 6:41 - 9:03 EVERYTHING'S IN A FINS STATE OF AFFAIRS/ JEAN ARTHUR MAKLSNC DIETRICH JOHN TUESDAY—• 2:00 - 3:46 - 5:35 - 7:35 - 9:35 Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bechcrcr, Fred Devinny of Montrose, Colorado, Mrs. J. A. Boyett and son Barney of Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hanks and daughter, Gay of Little Rock are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robertson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dunn. Terry Bccherer and Fred Devinny left Sunday night for Nashville, Tennesse where Mr. Devinny will enter school there. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Byrd have returned to their home in Dallas, Texas after a two weeks visit with Mrs. L. A. Keith and family and other relatives. They were accompanied home by Miss Mary Louise Keith who will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell had as Sunday guests, Mr, and Mrs. K. Wilkerson and Mrs. A. E. Smith of Texarkana arid Miss Charles Holloman of Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Bob Reynolds entertained ] the '47 Bridge Club on Thursday j afternoon at her home at 2 o'clock. | Pink and red radiance roses, zinnias and marigolds decorated the Reynolds home. There were three tables of players with a high score prix.c being awarded to Mrs. Tom Logan. A delicious dessert plate was served to club members: Mrs. Everette Ray Ward, Mrs. J. T. Worlhinglon, Mrs. Paul Buchanan, Mrs. Vernon Buchanan, Mrs. Ben Whilaker. Mrs. Tom Logan, Mrs. Charlie Scoll, Mrs. J. V. McMahen and to club guests Mrs. Dudley ] Rouse. Mrs. Hansel Herring, Mrs. Jim Sloan ol Jonesboro and Mrs. Roy Stuart of Shawnee, Okla. Mrs. Thomas Dewoody was hostess to a bridge party on Friday afternoon at two o'clock at her I home. I Arrangements of summer flowers were effectively used in the card room. Mrs. Donald Cavanah held high score for the afternoon. A delectable dessert plate was served to: Mrs. Allen Gee Jr., Mrs. John C. Stegar, Jr., Mrs. Joe Wray, Mrs. Vaughn Bright, Miss Jackie Hale, Miss Dolly Yancey. Miss Sue Jones. Mrs. J. Leland Lavender, Miss Bernice Daniel, Mrs. Cecil Grant Jr. and Mrs. Donald Cavanah. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Robinson Betty Lynn who the summer with his mother Mrs. Metlie Robinson returned to their home Saturday in College Station, Texas, Mrs. J. D. Regan and sons. ! John and George have returned ! from Hampton where they were i the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Denton Robinson returned to their home in Clarks- i ville Sunday after a visit with | their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Weaver and Mrs. Mettie Robinson. Miss Nancy Hammons of Stuttgart has been the recent guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Sli- fcr. Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Walker and daughters, Joan and Nina Gene and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Potter of Weatherford, Texas were Sunday visitors in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ruggles and family and Miss Helen Downs spent Sunday with Miss Lucille and Wanda Ruggles in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Phillips and son Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Cox and family spent Sunday in Hot Springs. Mr. and Airs. Clyde Sexton spent the week-end in Benton visiting Mr. Sexton's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Williams. They were accompanied to Benton by Mr. Sexton's mother, Mrs. Mary Sexton of Los Angeles, Calif. Hospital Notes Omitted Saturday: Branch Discharged: Mrs. Betty Walker, Hope. It has been announced by the superintendent's office that registration of pupils of tho Prescott. Public Schools will be held Thursday, September 9 at 9:30 a.m. .Students in grades one to three will report for registration at the Primary School at 9:30; grades four to six will register at the Mrs. Howard Terry and Miss Frances Terry of Conway were the weekend guests of Mrs. Clara j B. Slonc and Miss Luella Stone. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Duke and I daughter Kathy of Little Rock j were week end guests of Mrs. | E. M. Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayes. Miss Gertrude Clarke White- spent the weekend in Little Rock as the guest of Miss Meredith White. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and Mrs. Robbie Wilson spent the week end in Little Rock as Ihe guests of Miss Dorothy Wilson. Mrs. Jim Bush of Little Rock By Efswyth Thane Distributed by NEA SERVICE, INC. Julia Chester Discharged: Mrs. Amies R. McClelland, Hope. S hears a Mrs. M. G. Crane, Rt. 1, Hope. Mrs. Alvin Evans and daughter, Donna Sue, Rt. ,'i, Rosston. Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sisson, Rt. 2, Hope, announce the arrival of a son on Sept. 3, 1948. Mrs. Wilbur Sisson, Rt. 2, Hope. Vance Bledsoe. Hope. Mrs. H. W. Beally, Ann Arbor, Mich. Miss Dorothy Beatty, Ann Arbor, Mich. Master Bobby Clark, Hope. Little Miss Shirley Ann Wakefield, Texarkana, Texas. Mrs. Tully Hare, Rt. 1, Hope. Discharged: Master Dan-ell Collins, Rt. 1, Hope. Master Hope. Johnnie Rt. Collins, Rt. Monday, Sept. 0: Josephine Mr. and Mrs. R. T.,. Easlerling, Rt. 'I, Hope, announce the arrival of a son on September G, 19-11!. Admitted: Mrs. Oliver Mills, Hope. Mrs. R. L. Kaslerling, Hope. F. T. Mitchell, Columbus,. Discharged: Master Bobby Clark, Hope. Miss Shirley Ann Wakefield, Texarkana. Mrs. U. 1,. Smith, Emmet. Miss Dorothy Beatty. Mich. Mrs. Tully Hare. Hope. Branch Admitted: Denton Haniptum, Patmos. Mrs. H. li. Wilson, Hope. Discharged: Baby Albert \Veisenberi;er, Hope. Julia Chester Admitted: J. R. Beardon, ElDorado. Thomas Ray Bidale. Malvern. Mr.s. Cecil Wyait. .Sl'G. Hupe. Miss Joyce Silvey, Hope. EARTH TREMORS RECORDED j NL-W York, Kept, tj •—i.-V.i — Two jeanh tremors, described as se- jVi-re of intensity and originating ! possibly in Chile, Were recorded today oil the I-'ordhum University |i'c)iii!oKrajjh. The Rev. Joseph Lynch, umver- I sity seismologist, .said the .shocks j'.veie limed at 3:20:51 a. in, and 3:29:24 a. m. xsb). He fixed Ilifir distance at about -1,000 miles away. •Ku«>u, the lurgc-sl country in tin- world, occupies nearly hull the total area ot Europe and the whole northern portion ut Aaia. THE STORY: Hilary Shenstone, British secret agent, recalls lying wounded in the Indian desert beside a crashed plane, after completing a dangerous mission. He remembers feeling a desperate need to return to England and Nuns Farthing, his family's country home. Next thing Hilary is aware of, he is back in London dropping in at his club. But no one seems conscious of his presence. Hilary learns that his brother, George, has been cutting in with Alice, Hilary's fiancee. He thinks it's all a dream until he over- report of his own death. Shocked at first. Hilary later decides to enjoy the situation. Next day he visits his mother's town house. George and his mother are awaiting Alice for lunch.. They too, are unaware of his presence. Hilary hears his mother encour- cM'c George to win Alice away from him. She says Hilary is loo much like his father to make a woman happy. She begins to cry and leaves the room when Alice comes in. XV pledged—" "Pledged to what?" he jeered rudely. "To marry him if and when he asks you to set a date?" Alice drifted down the room, avoiding chairs and tables blindly, her hands pressed together. "Are you really in love with him?" d'emanded George, coming after her, so that she turned to face him. at bay against the grand piano. "I was." sue nesitated. "I— could have been. I'm not going to lei him down now?" "And what about me?" George asked with sudden humility. "You?" She tried to laugh it ofi'. "You'll be all right! You've heaps of freinds. But Hilary's all alone, fie needs me." "So that's how it is." said Hil-| p.ry, and he had never thought of it quite that way before. "But—you'd rather it was me?" George persisted hopefully. "We won't go into that now." "Yes, we will!" He bent to look into her averted face. Monday p. m., Sept. G 3:00 Meii's Record Session—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Adventure Parade—M 5:-! 5 Tom Mix—M 6:00 The Inside Story 0:15 News. Five-Star Final 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 0:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr.—M 7:00 Adventures of Falcon—M 1 7:30 Gregory Hood—M ! 7:55 Billy Rose—M i 8:00 Gabriel Heatler—M I 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M ' 8:30 Quiet Please—M 8:55 Bill Henry. News—M i 9:00 Fishing & Hunting Club—M 9:30 Maurice J. Tobin—M I 0:45 Michael Zarin's Orch.—M > 10:00 All the News—M ', 10:15 Neil Gulden's Orch.—M \ 10:30 Jack Finn's Orch.—M | 10:55 Mutual News—M i 11:00 Sign Off Tuesday a.m., Sept. 7 5:58 Sign on G:00 Hillybilly Hoedown 6:25 Bargain Roundup 6:35 News. First Edition 6:45 Four Knights 6:55 Market Reports 7:'00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News. Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Slogan Parade 8:5.5 According to the Record 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 3:15 Faith in Our Time—M • 9:30 Say it With Music—M of Holland—M 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Limllar—M 10:30 Heart's Desire—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Prescott Hour Tuesday p.m., Sept. 7 12:00 News. Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 Song of the Day 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Checkerboard Jamboree— '. 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Woody & Virginia—M 2:45 Carnival of Music 3:00 Robert Hurleigh—M 3:15 The Johnson Family—M 3:30 Time to Dance 3:45 Two-Ton Baker—M 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 Social Security Day by Day 5:00 Mori's Record Session—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Adventure Parade—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Rhythm & Reason 6:15 News. Five "tar Final 6:25 Gulf Sports Farads 6:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewi's, Jr. 7:00 Mysterious Traveler—M 7:30 Official Detective—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Hcntter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M R::50 Lone Wolf—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Roger Kilgore—M 9:30 Billy Bishop's Orch.—M !0:00 All the News—M 10:15 Barclay Allen's Orch.—M 10:30 Tony Pastor's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign-Off Another boy is very much in love with pie and is begging me to marry him, bul I do not love him. I know if I accept my True Love on his unconventional terms, 1 never will have peace of mind, bnl. on Die other hand. I am iTiuctant lo marry ihe other man. knowing I never can return his love. Should I resi'.'n mvseH 10 being a spinster, or should I accept one of my lovers, and if so, which one'' H. B. Hope Star Star of Hope 1099; Press 19Z7. Consoliiinfoel January 18, 1929 Publisher! every wrokday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, PrerJrlcnt Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer at I he Star builr.linn 212-21-( South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. hnp- cnpr- a brief airl hectic ]<>vo affair with Kor.ie unprincipled seducer, and then Romeo go's fed up with the :-'H!v girl and he ditches her and goes on to a new lov<\ And Alex. H. Wostibiirn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Janci, MancKiinq Frlilor George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Jess Ml Davis, A-'vr-rtir.ing Mannqer Entered as Post Office at Act of March second class matter of the Hope, Arkansas, under the 3, 1897. (AP)—Meanr, Associated Press. (MFA!—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. f,ubscriot''in Rates: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per wec-k 20c per month 85c. Mail rates—in HcmD- r.tead, Nevada, Howard, Milter and i.nravcttn counties, 54.50 per year; elsewhere $8.50. National Advertising Representative — ^krmsus Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Sterick Buildina; Chicago. /100 North Mich- the i iqan Avenue; New York Cily. 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 28'17. W. Grand ! rjlrl has lost her i her chance to nvirry a decent 1 IT,an and hav- n nice home and j children and br rc'spoclf'd in her I communily. instead of lieinu look- j crt down upon. Don't you think | that is ,'i nre'.tv poor bargain': I I certainly .'ihoi.ildn'l advise you j to marry a n.;>n \vlio doosn't even j it is a ereat mistake tor a young Invclend thru, he is '.;omg lo be \ K \ r \ or i lny to marrv out of their I ir.nnfiil to you. There will bo no- | ; ,<r c class.' for they still are unde- Dlvd.; Oklahoma City. 31 •) Terminal Blclg.; New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Pre«: Th( •\ssociatod Press is entitled exclusively tc 'he use for republication of all the local lews printed in this newspaper, GS well as ill AP news dispatches. ! Ihi'i'-! bul he:ir'.aehe in such a j relationship. But <h>->re vili be no i happiness in a mri""iaae to a man j you don't love. Marriage at least i fltculc' be for i\ inn<{, long time., you would c£ot very bored if had lo svx-nd it with a man carctl no'liin:* for. j 'Inasmuch as yiu are only 22. i why are you in such a hurry to i marry? Why not wail until 'Mr. Right comes along? 1 am going with outujer than my- ma rried twice. . T divorced the Bny 'Friend is a ' to marry e "lad to do so, k v r if there is too > in our ages? Iknv- een around quite y civ to settle down. ••ild make a rriage? D. D. D. veloped. They are changing, grow-, ing. having new experiences, and should wait to know what they are going lo be themselves before they pick out their males. Evidently your Boy Friend really has come of age. his tasles and habits are fixed, and if these jibe' with yours you need not worry about how many birthdays you have had. (Released by The Bull Sndicate, Inc.! "I don't see why not. :'c and roal age are not same. There are plonlv :' old in their who are- still tins. (lemon: ing box. a herns eon Lorraine Black wood Horn." fJeinoiK-lralio ration on making sew:>d how lo take dress e\lv \vas given by Miss at Victory n Club meet- . R. T. Robinson \Vcco, Texas In a series of Gospel .Meetings at the Church of ChrHsf 1 In Pat-mos, Arkansas Beginning Friday, Sepfr. 10th By The Associated Press ! Central Standard Tims | New York, Sept. G —'/I'/ — Jack jMcElroy will succeed Garry I •Moore as MC in the ADC Break- 1 j fast in Hollywood, prom-am of Ihe : ilnte Tom Breneman. McElory has | been singing in the show and heh> : inu out as u sort of assistant AiC. , j McElroy is to take over Sopt. Kl ! laflcr breaking in for a week, i Garry, who also runs "Take li- Or) I Leave II" on NBC, added Ibis as-; Isig'nmont May ,'i after Brenoman in:; Wednesday. September 1 at the hum.- (,f IVIi-;. lirv.ve.ll Goad. Pa ports froir. leaders wore given on pi;u!(ry. landscaping and gard- enintr. A committee \vas appointed to make pi,-'!.-:- 1 lYir flub booth at the Third District Livestock Show, Se.pi.tTnli'-r :'0 to '!'}, They are as fn]lo\v>" Mr:;. Robert Cash, Mrs. Unwell Goad. Mrs. Hoi-ace Alford and Mr:;. William Schoolcy. There v.-ere six members prc- scnl and three visitors. Next mcr'ing will be at home of Mrs. William Schoolrv October F,. This i:; to be an all-day meeting. Df!j:i)ii:--!ralion »n upholstering' a chair will be given and there will he a pal luck lunch at noontime. W a t e r R e s i d e n t ! hollowed trunks of elm trees j u'ei't- uKt.'d Cor water pipes in | Lend',,), according to the JCn- i yclopc-di'i Britannica. The heart- j ood n!' (iu; elm lasts well in por- I iu-nl i.-i.-niac-i with water. I m IT'S TIMEsTO SHINE WITH... because i! has a hard-wax finish BUCK • BROWN . TAN -OXBIOOD Hilary put down his impulse lo escape from the room. Alice stood looking after his mother— slim and straight and fair and desirable, her pale gold hair Hleaminj; in sculptured curls round her halo hat. If he had come home on leave this summer, and found her looking like this, surely he would have had the good sense to urge a date for their wedding? And what would she have said to that — now that George had come into it? He had lo know. George had dumped Ihe ice inlo the White Lady hastily and was now performing tunes with the shaker. "What upset her?" Alice was asking. "I thought perhaps she | was worrying about Hilary again." I "No." said George, and began to pour out into the little stemmed i stood glasses with great care. "Are you?" "Well. I'm afraid I haven't been writing much either." she acknowledged defensively, "so I don't really deserve to hear. One loses touch." She accepted her glass from him and raised with a little provocative smil "Cheerio." she said, and drank. "Hung-ho." said George, and too 1 ' his at a gulp. "Happy landings." murmured Hilary, watching them. "Alice- " Gi'orso set down his glass with a clink, "--huw much longer are you miing lo let things go nn like this?" "What?" She raised startled blue eyes to his darkening g;r/.e. "How much longer are you yo- ing to let me dangle?" "George, you're not to talk like that. I won't listen!" death. A month or so ago he an"You'd inijuneed bis desire lo slep out on rather it was me —wouldn't you!" advice of his physician. "All right—" she sighed. "Sup- Ai{Ci . Mc-Elroy "gets things under pose I would rather il was you. | wayi the program will move Oct. What then?" i .j , rom jt s KJ a . , n . f{]ul )() i p hlii "This," said George thickly, and < ns Kav Kyser's new five-day series kissed her hard. "George —please—" But as she straightened against his encircling arms, she felt them tighten possessively. He kissed her again, roughly, compellingly. holding her crushed against him till resistance we.nl out of her and her mouth was willing against bis ... I Well, well, thought Hilary, en- j lightened, as he turned away to- j wards the door—she never kissed j goes into ihe vacaled lime. Broadcasts tonight (Mondavi; NBC — 7 First Piano Quartet:' 1! Vooihees concert, Bidu Sayao giies); 9 Ctin'fiiti'd Concert; }):.'!(). Radio City .Playhouse "King Ol The Moon." CBS —6:15 Jack Smith show; 7:30 Godfrey Talent scouts; W. M. j Powell in "Mr. peabody and The ! Mermaid; 9 My Friend Irma." j ABC—7 Mark Warnow Snundoff: me that way . . . But as he reached the his mother was coir.ing passage hurriedly. a paper in her hand. "George!" Mrs. Shenstone called S Please. sharply as she came. "Alice— ( George—where are yon—" She in the doorway, her eyes blind witii tears, her lips alremble. "What is it, mater?" George went to her quickly. "It's Hilary —I've had gram—" "What about him. mate 7:3(1 Ke>: Mauphin's Stars In Night: {!::;(> GET Rich Quick; Curt Massey show. MB.I—7 The Falcon; iry Hood Casebook: See iHas'r/ Shiver for .... Complete Plumbing Supplies Reznor Suspended Unit ROOST Furnaces Roper Gas Ranges GENERAL ^JJEIKCTKICI an j ELECTRIC DISHWASHERS — DISPOSALLS PLUMBING — HEATING PHONE 259 •I, •No it, I looking "He's fobbing chair — o!i. no—! frightened, dead." Sho and ihey near the ed Alice, il into ' "You have io lii'tf-n. I'm sick of banging about on one foot wailing fur Hilary to make no his , ; mind to jnurry you!" cried George angrily. "After all—where do I : come in?" | "George. Hilary's never asked '. me to Promise anything—aetuully. 1 But if 1 choofc to consider myself poured oul a coehlail and held ihe glass firmly \vbile she sipped at il and was calmer. Alice slid lo her knees besi'ie Mrs. Shenstooe's chair and stayed there, staring straight ahead of her v.illi wide. dry eyes. A moment more Hilary lingered ^11 the doorway, looking back at them. "It was a bhock," his mother was saying apologetically. "f--l •never meant to break down like lhat, 1-—" Her eyes were fixed on George's stupeiied /ace. "\Yhal ii, George'.' \Vbv do you look so —uueer? George, v.'hal are you thinking 1 .'" "Nothing," he said, looking very queer indued. "Nothing, only •—u was Hilary's room old Ponsonby had last night al Ihe club." (To Uv Continued* and Miss Margie IJush Texas have returne Unck after a visit with King Jr. and i'amilv. John Stewart ol Lilile "Rn been Ihe recent yuesl of his Airs. Bob SU:-.vari. !:• 'Now and then, in the pages of ;• ('litftmi, 1 run a biographical ii:', tiH'iei- the heading- of "V/ho Till.-; .\hiii?" J'V.a- instance .., Mrs. Cecil Ishum am Ceciia AIIM have ivUii'ii' home in Alaska aiier a Mr. and Mrs. G. H. and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 1..- "ft';- \v;i:- oac <if the earliest 1 ov- ers in Ainc-m-an hisiory... "And ><.'{ he iv as ion sliy to court u \voiuan out right ... "lie i-ame to the New World on the M;:viluiver... ''A aic.'jer to repair the bcur bur- l-els acco.iui)un>ing the Pilgrims... "Who is this uumY" 1 ihougia that everybody was stumped. But not Ma Hoskins, who returned Ihe clipping to me with "John AUien"un it. She recognized all the clues• — indiaHng- that r-iier- encc to ''Jjeer" and "cooper." For Ma—who's read her history, knows that bei-r us the beverage of moderation, i.s as old in this land of ours as the never-ending American search for tolerance which brought the Pilgrims over to this country in the iirsl place. ARKANSAS DIVISION, UNITED STATES BREWERS FQUHDATiOH ' tux;., imti itoo; "

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