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Hope, Arkansas
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| Tuesday, Sepfember 14, 1948 Social >octal an< Phone 1268 or 1269 Be. ween 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Social Calendar Wednesday, September 15 _ There will be n special meeting of the Board of Education of the First Methodist church in the Chape! of the church at 7:30 p m All- members of the Board are urged to be present as we will have election, of officers and teachers lor.-the new church school year. The Aznlea, Lilac, Iris, liose 5 apd Gardenia Garden Clubs of this ! -My will have a joint luncheon at j the Barlow Hotel, Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. This will be the first | meeting of the new year and all ! members are urged to be present. i . — - . , , i The Paisley P.T.A. will meet Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock in the school auditorium. Ihe executive committee will meet at two-thirty. All members arc urged to attend. £.A11 members please note that the i*-ethodist choir practice has been ch-anged from Tuesday night to Wednesday night. The junior c hoi/ Wljl meet fro.n 7 until 7:30, and the s-'tiioi- choir wil'. rneel from 7.1'Q until 8:30. Thursday, Sept. 16 Pope Chapter 328 O. E. S w-ll meet Thursday night a I a o'clock at-the Masonic hall. All members are urged to atlend. A-^lrs. Paul Lewis and Mrs. Edwin Stewart will be hostesses at the ragu'or semi-monthly unrl.je luncheon at Hope Country club at 10 o'clock Thursday mornmr;. Members planning to attend ofe.isc uot- iiy one of the hostesses bv \Vcd- nesday noon. cxclutive board will meet at 3 o'clock. All members are urged to attend Coed Not to DOROTHY DIX les Rev. Roy Simms o f England, Ark., will preach at Gnrreft Memorial church Thursday night at '•••Wo clock. You are cordially in- Not'te Y. W: A. members 'who \veic noi present at the regular Hireling on Monday night are un;ed to attend the meeting of Monday right, bcpl^l. Briny your otl'enng.Please waf.cn this column for the •pectin" place , which will be -annoan.eS later. Thursday, Sept. 16 Hope High School P. T. A will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30 at the high school auditorium. The Dixie Jackson State Mission Proyram Hold Miss Nancy Martin was hostess to. members of Y. W. A of First Baptist church Monlay night a' hc>- home on Park Drive'. For the occasion the home was attractively decorated with yellow marigold^ and zennias. The president. Miss Mary Ethel Perkins, called the meeting to order and presided over the 'business session. Miss Betty Martin. program chairman, gave avery interesting talk on "The Dixie Jackson State Mission Offering," outlining the purpose of the mission. An offering of $4.07 was taken following Miss Martin's talk. The hostess served delightful refreshments buffet style from the dining table which 'was covered with a cutwork and lace cloth. The table decorations included a center piece of yellow zennias and lighted tapers. The guest list included:Miss Joan Walker, Miss Patsy Hatcher, Miss Margaret Blake.Miss Helen Downs '• Miss Betty Martin, Miss Wanda i Rugglcs.Miss Mary Ethel Perkins, i Miss Ernclcnc McDowell. j Detroit. St.pi. i-i (UP>-- Pretty IGcorgie Martin, HI, Jorgave her • father today for trying to find a man who would pay S7.000 for her ; as a wife, "He thought lie was doing the right tlvng." the University of De| troit second year law student said. | "He had only niv own good in view when ho did it." The ll.'5-pouiid coed first learned of the offer when she came home yesterday to find a crowd of report ers socking explanation for letters socking cash-on-thc-line husband which her father had written to newspapers in Boi.se, Ida., Helena, Mrs. Mitchell Williams and Mr Williams in Waco, Texas. Mrs. K. M. Brunei'. Mrs W C Bruner. Mrs. J. W. Manney -ind Miss Naomi Bruner left Tuesday ! for Springfield. Mo., where Miss | Brunei- will enter Central Bible Institute. One of the curious tilings of life is that Hie more incompetent people are to manage their own affairs, the more certain they are that they can tell everybody else how to achieve glorious successes and become rich and happy. They are out at the elbows themselves, but they know just how Tom can make a million. They fight like eats arid dogs with their own husbands and wives, but if the Joneses had just listened to them they would be cooing together like turtle-doves. Their own kids are little, hellions, but that doesn't keep father and mother from being an authority on child culture. Why the people who are so free with their advice never take any of it themselves, is a mystery that no one ever has solved. Maybe it is a secret formula for working miracles that they are sworn not to divulge. But, however it is, the man who makes a fortune doesn't go around broadcasting how he | did it. Nor does the woman who j is happily married give her recipe Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hamilton. Jr.. and son Jerry left Monday for their home in Dallas after a visit with Mr. Hamilton's parents and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. H M Hamilton. Sr., and Mr. J. D. Brown here. Miss Hazel Abram spent Monday in Texarkana. ^,,n F1ND CURB FOR MISERY DUE TO ASTHMA ATTACKS. RUSHED HEREI New hope for relict from asthma parox- ysma la seen today in reports of RUCCC»H with a palliative forrnulu which nct-i to relieve cnnKcstion. Men and women who formerly Buffered with circuit couKliinc, chokinR wheezing asthma nttar.fcs now tell of lilcsnccl Nlicf nftcl- using it. PROMETIN costs J3 but tonnKlennr; rraultii, thin is not expensive emounta to only a few pennies per dose. (Caution—use only as direetcd.) PROMETIN it Bold with etrict money-hock guarantee hy JOHN P. COX DRUG STORE Hv Mail Orders Filled rominci and Going Mr. and Mrs.Jesse Brown and Miss Clarice Brown left Sunday for Waco. Texas, where- Miss Brown will enter Baylor university. Mrs. John S. Gibson. Jr., John S. Gibson, 3rd, and Mitchell Williams left Sunday for Waco. Texas, where Johnny will enter Baylor university. Mr. Williams also' attends Baylor university and makes his home in Waco. , Miss Mary Esther Edmiaston j and Betty Sue Edmiaston left Sun- j day for Arkadelphia where they i will enter Henderson State Teach| crs college. Billy Ed Easye left Wednesday night for Wheaton.Ill., where ho will enter Wheaton college. , Mr. and Mrs. Kline Franks mo- llorcd to Faycttevillc Sunday where they arroomp.-inied MJ KK Dora Lou 1 Franks to the University of Ark- j ansr.K. which she will enter as a i freshman. Mrs. A. K. Holloway has returned from a visit with her daughter Mrs. John Crank, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn Phillips and children ! Laura Virginia and John, and i Mrs. Johnnie Phillips of Lonyview, Texan, wore the week-end "guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sulton here, and attended the funeral of the line Mr. Hoy Phillips at Harmony church near Sutlon Sunday afternoon. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mr. D, L. Faught, Hope Route Two; Master Reuben Ray Aclarns, Stamps. Julia Chester Discharged: J. E. Underwood, Hope: Miss Joyce Silvey, Hope- Mrs. L. F. Pruitt, Prcscott. Josephine Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morton, Patmos. announce the arrival of a son on Sept. 13. Admitted: W. T. Baber, 1511 S. Elm street, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Gilbert Odell and little daughter, Hope. Mont., and Cheyenne Wyo. At first she was bewildered. Then she talked to her lather and learned he had written the newspapers to say that she would marry anyone with $7,000 to pay the mortgage on the family home and with the means to provide her with "a happy life" "Dad's been awfully sick lately," Miss Martin explained. "He got to worrying about what would happen to mother and me if he should die." Sho said her father, George L. Martin, oli, had been unable to work at his trade of tool maker for the past year because of a heart ailment and asthma. "His idea was to gel some, nice young men to write to me," she said 1 , "I wasn't supposed to know they had been asked to write." Earlier, Martin had described his daughter to prospective suitors as 'fairly good looking and amiable." "She is an excellent musician and plays 11 instruments, four of them professionally.— the piano, saxophone, clarinet and accordion.-' Martin said. "She studied accountain, bookkeeping and shorthand for three years and took throe years of prc-law at the University of Detroit . She has two years of law to go for her degree. "The man who gets my Georgic will get a really fine girl.' 1 He has told reporters that his daughter thought of the letter writing idea after reading of the women in New York who offered to marry any man who would pav her $10,000. Miss Martin denied, however, thai she had anything to d o with the plan. It was all her father's idea, she said. "But I'm not mad at anyone," she added. for keeping her husband in love with her. It i : -. the failures who cannot turn the trick themselves who c-uii tell everyone else how to clu it. ''his is a pity, for not only is it boring to have- to listen in Die boasliiin of people 'who hold you up and lorce you to lend an ear to their self-praise about .the great things '.hey might'do if they only had a mind to. but it opens the door to (lit- greatest Irouble-inaker in the world. Pnger Beavers And that is the advisor. The one who undertakes to run your life for you nnd who is perfectly sure thai, he or she can settle all your problems and manage all of your affairs far better than you can. Maybe it is Grandpa, or Grandma, or Aunt Sally, or Cousin Sue, or the man or woman who lives next door. They all are eager beavers who are ready to jump in and invest your money in Wildcat securities, or break up your marriage, or start a feud with your in- laws, or do anything else to stir up trouble and give them some- thin R to talk about. Nobody is sale from the machinations of the adviser, for the temptation to meddle in other peoples' affairs is more than they can resist. But its preordained victims are the bridal couples who. little suspecting the tortures their families arc going to inflict on them by attempting to boss their every move, are led as lambs to the slaughter. It is a ghastly truth that more marriages are wrecked by the advisers, who try to make the newlyweds follow their pattern of domesticity, than by drink, or philandering, ov any other cause whatever. It is Cousin Sally who shakes the bride's faith in her husband by telling her you can't trust a man. It is Cousin Mary who urges Jane to get off on the right foot and not make a doormat of herself for her husband. It is Uncle Tom who impresses on the young husband that he must deal firmly with his bride and never give her any money of her own. And it is the whole mess of family advisers who scare the young couple into hatin?; their in-laws before they ever jjel acquainted with them. The moral ol all of which is: Beware of the advisers. Don't lend them your ears. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Lights Will Feed Fish ' Sydney, Australia— (/f)— Electric lightes to attract night-flying insects will help solve the food problem at the new 102-acrc fish farm which the Victorian (Australia) Fisheries and Game Department is building at Snob's Creek, near Eildon Weir, 75 miles northeast of Melbourne. "* The Doctor Says: By EDWIN P. JORDAN, M.D. Written for NEA Service Cancel- of the lung, which was formerly thought to be rare, has j been found to be one of (lie com- i nioii tumors of man. To make a diagnosis of cancer of the lung, especially when it is early, is not easy. This is because (lie symptoms which are produced are so 'iHirh like those of some chronic infection of the lung tissues. A lon^-iasting cough is just as typical of cancer of the lung as it is of tuberculosis, chronic bronchitis or an unhealed pneumonia. An X-ray of the lung often helps in making the diagnosis, but an instrument called (lie bronchoscope is especially valuable. The bronchoseope can be passed down the windpipe to that part of the lung which seems to be involved: through this instrument a tiny bit of tissue can be. removed for examination under the microscope. This method is usually successful in deciding whether cancer is present. Must Diagnose Early When the diagnosis can bo made early, there is real hope of bringing about a cure. This has come about because now an entire lung can be removed surgically. This sounds like a formidable " undertaking, but it has been done suc- cessly many times. The first pncumonectomy, or removal of an entire lung in one operation, was done in the Johns Hopkins Hospital on July 24, 1933. This was on a girl three and a half years old who had a lung tumor. This child recovered without dififculty and lived to bo eight years old, when she died of an accident, without any signs of recurrence of the tumor. A great many people with cancer of the lung have had one lung removed since that time. Since cancer of the lung is always fatal .eventually if not treated' by rc- I moval of the affected lung, "it is | most important to make a diagnosis as soon as possible and to j have the surgery performed i promptly. It' these two steps arc carried out, the chances of survival | and a long and active life arc good. j ,-. _ I I Note: Dr. Jordan is unable to i answer individual questions from ! readers. However, each day he will j answer one of the most frequently asked questions in his column. Temperature doesn't mean a thing fo this weather-wise Printzess coatj It's got a warm zip-in lining for the coldest climes . . . with the lining out, you've got a really handsome topper. And it's so easy to make the transformation. Made from the same fine fabric, with the sams expert tailoring as all Printzess fashions. Sires 8-46; 10 1 /2-26 1 /2. Exclusive with us. VAN Heflin in with Doris KARLOFF LAST DAY FEATURES 2:00 - 3:^5 - 5:30 - 7:33 - 9:23 m rfffom^*^ • %54 ^MARK HELLIKSER'S I Barry FITZGERALD with - Doro!b> HART By Elswyth Tfiano Copyright ty Distributed ty NEA SERVICE, INC THE STORY: Dying in tha Indian desert, British secret agent Hilary Shcnstone feels a desperate need to get back to England and to Nuns Farthing, his family home. He doesn't know the house has been let and that dreamy, 17-year-old Sabrina, whom he has never met, has adopted his room and eagerly awaits his does return to Eng- Nuns Farthinfi—after turn. Hilary land and to death. Ho is when Sabrina comes up. She is unaware of his presence but Hilary manages to get through to her a little and she seems happy. Hilary realix.es she is the girl lie would have loved if he had lived. When Sabrina learns of Hilary's death, she becomes hysterical. Her aunt sees to it that Hilary's room is locked. wainscoting. "Bella, what is the matter with you'.'. What makes you go off like that? Come along, now, don't be such a silly girl—" Aunt Effie went up two or three more steps and paused to look back at the shrieking little dog, old whose sharp muzzle was pointed re- i unmistakably at the wainscolina just beside her. Helplessly Aunt Effie stared at the polished wood in his old atlic_ room | from ceiling to steps, while Hilary stood motionless and smiling directly in her line of vision. Experimentally then she put out her hand and touched the paneling behind him. And a's she did so Aunt Effie felt a little queer, as though she had touched something—unaccustomed. V.. With a suddeiu spasm of panic, she scurried ilown the steps, scooped up the;'distraught Bella from the hall floor, and ran into the drawing room and closed the door hard. That was too bad, thought Hil- I ary, reaching the dark sanctuary | i)l the dining roopi with relief. I i "W-.hlu't to upset '-Aunt Etfie, I'm j unpopular enough as it is. The ne>:l few days Sabrina \veut about much the same as usual, a little too quiet, with shadows under her eyes. The time .she had habitually spent in Hilary':; room she spent in her own, reading her own books; or sometimes just sitting on her window seal'looking j He paused in 1h(. Pantry outside down into the garden. ; ,, u . Kwin ., (|()01 , into lhe ^^ ;lnd Al last on a day when kmeljncss , listened. No voici:;. Hi; pushed enveloped her like a for;, a.s wight | open the door an inch so that he QUESTION: Can a boy of 13 who is growing slowly have thyroid trouble? ANSWER: Growth in most children is quite irregular. If a youngster is seriously undersized for his age. a physician should 'be consulted. Fault is more likely to be in some other gland, however, than the thyroid. 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Hilary, imprisoned behind with his hand. the locked door, had heard,-,-her "Mrs. Pilton." he said uncer- eoming up the stairs, and guOssed tainlv, "Where's the key?" how she sat there on the sle|fe, as | She looked up towards him si- near to him as she could". ;,v.:l. ! lently, unsUirtlecl, her dark, se- patheiically alone. ! cretive t'aee never losing its mat- As the sun went down he heard ; u-r-of-facl calm as she beheld the her being called to dinner. and ' ,,dd behavior of the swing door. knew thai drooping, Fuming al put things paced the shadows crept house from 'tlu she went unwillingly, with reluctant feet, his own helplessness to right for her, Hilary floor restles.'-ly. while in towards the drowsing garden. I.nii. 1 -', after night lell, engulUni: everything in thick darkness, h;. still walked back and forth. There must be some way ti help her, he argued irritably, ll 1 could only get "at Piltuu Deliberately then lie walked uj. against, into, and through tin closed door, arriunj! on the ot sid:; \vith au expre.-j;.i'j surprise. Hut ol. COUI-M pie! And why nu'.V II learning hotv! There \vas a dim lower .-t;jirca^- ai hall, and Sabnuu'.- V.-.-i.s (..-lu.sed. He rest glance 011 it as he ward tin.- .stair.;. ." iJeUer try Pillon. light over the ihe end of the (lour n:ieiV. ay .-.-! a thou.-iiihi! passed by. tu- ii. Better i-ijt. only a ie'.v .sleiJ::', be flattened h;i the bollvin. gainsl the 1 swing "Give hc-r the key, there's a lamb," lie said. Her eye:; returned to (lie needles ai.'.-iin, and Ihe small, unhurried ". cli'.-kiie; resumed. "You'd lie:,t t>.o away uo\s*, Masler Hilary." she rc/marketi fjuietly. ".K-nnie only went out in :fet the lini'U nit the bti.shes." ".She'-l :-hn) (.'riet'ing - 1 .swear she v.-ould—if only ycnrd let her come ami go as usual—" Ji'iiuio's quiek lootiitejis in the :-.euller\-— Jennie's precipitate ar; rival in the doorway, her arms lull | of Uli1okU:d toiVi-'ls--" ! "l.iji-' what ;i niulit —-black at-: | your pocket! What's the matter. • ;.i-on a ghost 1 .'" i if'-r eye:: v..-nt to \vhere th.e '.-jv.ui^ rluur Llill liung u|jeii. and i as : he looki-i! it dropped silently ll.^'iei: inli) j^lac'e. Jennie gave a sm;ill. surprised squeak. i "lie quiet." said Mrs. sh.'irpfv. "I i Hil.-u-y jin!« tile \ ; .'a . Tu'ice over he'd put his l"ot I lOlllLhl. • reir;.-,"e(l his step-' c;iulioti.-:ly uv.'u llii: hall ;:U(i up the :tair : ,. • more hi.-, e\v;-: i-i-sied thoughl- i'ii Sabrin;,':-; closed door. No. tunigiil. She m!,-;lii!i't lil;e it. ma tier h'.'.v eureiul he was . . , Wi lit oil up Ihe .--eriinil j'lii-hl ; niuhap thnxiuh iiis uv.n ;Jour. j (.Tu Be C'untiiiuedi I World's easies} trucks fo park and maneuver! 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