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Two Social and P HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS er*ona Phone >268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. I *,"WprJnc<;day, September 29 f Mrs H O. Kylor. Mrs. L. D. ifei Mrs, Earl Clifton and R TJ Broach-have issued in- \5ta ions to a coffee at the Hope CO*M'I\ Ch,b Wednesday morning firm T 30 until ll:3u. . Seotember 27 A evil meeting of the Hone Biis.- irtr's ind Professional Woman's Club \,ill b« held at 7 o'clock Mon- fl*V e\cl\m< at the Barlow Estate rffrf in the Citizen's National b-uit- l.u'lrling. This meeting is of )ea> importance and each member is urgr-d to attend. Tt»'"-t)rtv, September 28 The Coamooolitan-Club will meet "lu^'dnv a* 7:4!) p.m. at the borne V'<"" : JVJV'c I ninar Cox with Mrs. Ham- iJtn Honnejjan as associate host< s<; Comma and Goinq Mrs Lfttlr Rock H O. Kylor returned Fria visit with relatives in Betty Clippard and' Miss Sn»v Jo Orisham.-.bf El .Dorado firmer! FJ irlay night for a week trui v'<-it with Mr. .and Hrs. ,H. O. /rvlpi herr and to be 1 ' on hand for fSi Hon^-El Dorado game. They v'll at ( end a nieolirjrr of the Pres- hyt'.ian Council for Young People tf the Vic&byteriarf Church, here P0?'jt ( !ay morning. Mr. and Mrs E. T. Brice nnr] ch.Hrcn Torry Wayn"' and Gary of Ft. Pm'th nrrlvnji Fn'dav night frit a VIM* w'th MVV' P-'-ic"' 1 ; ohr- CH«-. Mr and Mrs, H. W. Matcher tvro rind to attend the wedding of TVUft, Patsy Hatcher and Duanc Rcltcrt on Sunday evening-. t) pr r/- no | Mention'. x ,3A't.<: TTa?el Watkins." dauPhier of Dtivirl Pue and Nora Etta Watkins " Howe reached-a milestone in musing education unon recciv- hoi cap in the Bantist Memorial Wn;nilnl School "of Nursing on fii s r>tcmbei 7, 1948.'Tlie cap "was iTt v,d in a candle'lighting cere- inmy v th Rev. Frederick P. Lo- rn-ti, ITosoital Chaplain, giving the jd' T ro:s M *, V'.iiltins attended Watshing- <on H'r-h School and graduated in 1^36 the enrolled in the Baotist ivl. mortal Hospital School of Ntirs- ins in Mai oh 1948.' Hospital Notes Branch Mr and Mrs. Jack-Otwell of Fulton announce the. -arrival of a daughter on September 24, 1948. Admitted. " ' Hov Calvin Walker, Columbus. Discharged: ,. " .. ' ' ':• Miss Ophelia Phillips, Prescott. Josephine Admitted: Prescott. Eugene Arrington, Julta Chester Admitted: Inspiration Continued From Pago One "Serenade To Ruth.' 'a six-minute piece, in 23 hours flat. He stood on his fc?et all night, jotting down notes on a piano lop, to finish it. He is prolific to an extenl he doesn't seem quite to realize himself. He has written FO many tunes he has forgotten how some o 1 them go, and has to be reminded of their names. Before ho began composing what his cello-playing grandfather disdainfully dismissed as "shoo-fly music," Grofe ran away from home at the age of M. He ushered in a theater, drove a truck and (worked in a book bindery and an I iron foundry until he returned to his family profession in 1900 as a violist with the Los Angeles symphony orchestra. These experiences Grofe rcmom bored later when he began the task, of "describing America in music." Today his chief interst is composing band music, a field he feels his been neglected. "There are more than 125,000 school bands qn America. ,They want now music." And Ferde can compose it. Like William Shakespeare or Dr. Samuel Johnson he • is a business man as well as an artist. . "It's a gold mine," hcsaid, his gray-blue 'eyes •twinkling in a plump budda face. In composing his well known "March For Americas," Grofe said ho put do wna hundred frag- montarv tunes before he felt he had what he wanted. "Took me a whole week," he j complained mildly. "~~ — "-~ — ~ O"- 1 ••'' Welcome Mat Continued From Page Ono C. P. Vanderbilt, pickle cumcum- bers—A; Pat Wren, pickles — B; Mrs. Victor Thompson, pickles—B- Mrs. T. B. Fenwick. pickles—B. Mrs, Howard Green, pickles— B- Mrs. J. W. Reyenga, pickles—B; Mrs. Glenn Wallace, pickles—C; Pat Wren, relish—A; Nadra June Green, fudge—A; Mrs. C. P. Vanderbilt. fudge—C: Mrs. Ivan Bright fudge—C. • Mrs. C. P. Vanderbilt, peanut butter—C; Mrs. Grace Huckabee. butter cake—A; Mrs. C. P. Vanderbilt, butter cake—B; Mrs. Ivan Bright, butter cake— C; Mrs. Grace Huckabee, baking powder biscuit—B; Mrs. C. P. Vanderbilt, biscuit—B; Mrs. Grace Huckabee, soda biscuit—B; Mrs. C. P. Vanderbilt, soda biscuit—C; Mrs. C. P. Vanderbilt, dropped cookies— A; Mrs. Grace Huckabee, cookies—B; Mrs. Huckabee, muffins—B; Mrs. C. P. Vanderbilt, muffins—C. Mrs. Billie Jackson, Rosston. Discharged: Mrs. J, D. Flowers and son, Franklin Minions, Hop?. Mrs. O. H. Flowers and daughter, Peggy Ann, Hope. Bobcats Score Continued From Page Ono While Little Rock went outside (the slate last (Fridayi niKht to I defeat Classen High of Oklahoma City lf)-0, the Grizzlies won their second Big Six conference victory of the se.'ison. cteftating Hot Springs 13-0, The Oklahoma game was the 34111 straight victory for the powerful Tigers. Fort .Smith, '.vith previous wins over Double A Van Btiren and Big Six F.I Ooradop. displayed impressive line power in downing the Trojans. The throe Other Uig Six entries (look on Double; A competition'last |night, one unsuccessfully. ; ! North ;Little Rock lopped'Texarknna 111- jfi and Pine Bluff defeated Fordycc 114-0, but El Dorado suffered a 20, II' setback at. Die hands of Hope, which looms as one of the stale's. leading two-A teams. At Hope, an umismil play broke a 13-13 tie and put El Dorado be- fhind. A pass from center hit the helmel of on El Dorado back and bounded into the air. Jimmic Dick Mammons, son of ;i former Hope i coach, grabbed it and raced 3:") jyards to score. Other scores: Risen (i Hamburg 0. Rogers If! Neosho, Mo., 0. Mena 14 Pat-is 0. Augusta 27 Carlisle 0. McCrory 26 Parkin 0. Monlicello 6, Star City 0. Russcltville 35 Greenwood 0. Pine Bluff 14 Fordyce 0. Springdale 25 Harrison 7. Searcy 12 DeWitt 0. Pocahonlas 41 Imljoden 0. Lonoke 28 Jackssonvillc G. Hartford 39 Charleston 0. Atkins 25 Danville 0. Becbe 26 Walnut Ridge 0. Lake Village 40 Dumas 13. Newport 13 Jonesboro 6. Brinkley 7 Wynne 6. Fort Smith 13 Hot Springs 0. Hone 2fi E! Dorado 13. Helena 0 Forrest City 0 (tie). Bauxite 20 Conway 7. - • O ' - 1 -'-"— SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY FILMED AT LAST/ THE FABULOUS TRUE STORY 't OF ;; BASEBALL'S GREATEST HERO / WILLJAM starrin CLAIRE CHARLES BENDIX-TREVOR-BICKFORD H Sam LcVene . William Frawley • Gertrude Niesen • Matt Brings •• SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY A World of Rough Men... Boise. Ida., Sept. 24 —(UP) — Mrs. Jessie E. Simmons, 80, Kansas City, Mo., today wrote off her romance with an 80-year-old Idaho legislator as .just one more experience in a long lifetime. The romance cost former State Rep. Hyrum S. Lewis of Delco Ida, and $3,000 judgment awarded Mrs Simmons by a federal court yesterday Mrs Simmons, a port little gray-haired lady, charged thai Simmons promised to marry her in Salt Lake City last April, and then ducked out She had asked $20,700 for breach of promise Lewis denied that he asked Mrs Simmons to marry him But he admitted writing a letter which said: "I want a wedding that is plain, Mr. Truman Continued From race One president will answer that one next Tuesday at Oklahoma city. j The Republican nominee — who /previously has ignored most of Mr. liuman's thrusts — did some an- Iswcring, too. I He brought cheers from the j crowd vvilh the assertion: I "_I'm mighty proud of my party, I'.vhich has been so abused in recent days and of the ,'Kith Con- Igress." I The- president has been bearing ;tiown on Congress in what most politicians, hnve tabbed ;i.s an ef- j tort to moke it th<- ::liief is.;ue of ithc; campaign, rrevio'is'.v Dewey ipol.iii'ejflns have tabbed as ,-n ef- jhas talked more about, his own I plans than about Congress' rec- lord. Obviously urged on by the crowd's response. Dcv.'ey went a j little further, too. in firing barbs , at bi.<; Democratic presidential op- j ponenl. I "There's a strong temptation, when the going gets tough, to turn aside from the national interest and begin to complain and scold and take up smaller causes," he said. This fitted the pattern set by .Herbert Brownell. Jr.. GOP eam- Ipaign manager, in charging in (Philadelphia that Mr. Truman'had I resorted to "cheap political tactics" in his campaigning Democrats said this added up to a^ Republican decision that Mr. Truman and his charges can't be ignored entirely. Dewey's Los Angeles appearance was Hollywood night in his campaign, and the movie capital packaged it with the customary flourish. There wore flood light, dancing girls, movie stars and whatnot be"fore the nominee' roared out to the Bowl, from his hotel, police sirens wide open. The candidate called for a world .wide "counter offensive of truth" (against communism. He said movies could play a big part i'i 'his by showing the world the American way of life. simple and sacred I hope you are never disappointed in me" Mrs Simmons testified that Lews was very attentive to her during visits "He took me in his arms and I pulled away from him, but he said 'come on and let's have those kisses,' " she said Mrs, Simmons said she sat on Lewis' lap for 10 th 15 minutes But Lewis declared from the witness stand that Mrs Simmons was the aggressor "She offered me a chair," he said "I sal down and she came and parked herself in my lap She remained there until I suggested we sit on the davenport" Lewis' attorney said "Mrs Sim moils' actions were part of a carefully worked out plan to marry Lewis" Mrs Simmons attorney replied the defense attorney is trying to cast my client in the role of a designing woman" Saturday, September 25, 1948 By Elswyth Thane 6y Elswytd Ttane — Distributed bjr NEA SERVICE, INC SERIAL STORY Sat.. Sept. XXXII Caution, prudence, reason, all left him in a rising terror of losing her forever. Moving instinctively on the split second, as he had done a hundred times in his life before, he lunged across the room and knocked the gun on to the floor by sweeping his hand thiough hers —so thai she was left staring at her empty fingers and at the farewells to Mrs. Pilton, heard minute direction's given by her father regarding the despatch of his luggage to the lodgings in Wells, heard her own voice asking Mrs. Pilton to please be kind to Muffin. News of the Churches FIRST METHODIST j West Second at Pine .... I Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pastor j Church School rRnlly niid Pro-: motion Day I—9:45 n.in. All de-! partmcnls are observing Rally Day I and Promotion Day today. Promo- i lion exerciser will'be held in each department of the Children's Division in our Church School. Morning worship ---H):fiO. Sermon theme: "A Child in the Midst" by pastor. There will be a special Rally Dav program nl 6':.'!0' p.m. 0:30 to 7 p.m. the parents and pupils in the Children's and Youth departments vill meet together in the department rooms for a worship program. The children will give n Ftmimary of the year's wni'k at. this period. 7 to 7:30 p.m. there will be a "Consecration service" in the main auditorium of the church for parents, officers, teachers. 7:30 p.m.—Dismissal for Fellowship period in (lie basement of the church. All parents, officers, teachers and children are invited. 7 p.m. Monday—Meeting of the Nomination Committee at the church office. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday — Choir practice at the church. FIRST BAPTIST Corner Third and Main Streets S. A. Whitlow, Pastor 9:30 a.m.— Sunday School, H. E. Thrash. Superintendent. 10:50 —Morning worship with the message by the- pastor. G:30 p.m.—Training Union. Vance Smiley, Director. 7:45 p.m.—Evening worship with the message by the pastor. Monday: 2 p.m.—The Woman's Missionary Society will meet at the church for a Community Missions Program. 4 p.m.—The Sunbeams meet at the church. Junior G.A.'s meet at the church and Junior R.A.'s meet at the church. Wednesday. 7:45 p.m.— The Fellowship Hour. The midweek worship for the whole family. FIRST PENTECOSTAL Fourth and Ferguson Rev. T. F. Ford, Pastor Sunday School —9:45 a.m.' Morning Worship—11. Young People's Service --G:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service—7:30 p.m. Tuesday, 2 p.m.—Lacli?s Prayer meeting. Thursday. 7:30 p.m.— Choir practice. Friday, 7:30 p.m.— Bible Study. You are always invited to corie and worship with us. FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Aven-.ie B Wm. P. Hardegree, Minister 9:45—Sunday School. We have classes for all ages. At the close of the .classes there will be a short program for the promotion of students from one class to another. 10:50—Morning worship, Communion and Sermon. Tho special music will be an anthem by the choir, "Extol His Name". 6:30—Christian Youth .Fellowship meetings for both the juniors and seniors. The seniors will have a fellowship period at 0 prior to the lesson. , 7:£0—Evening ,vorshiv>, Con> munioii, and -Sei-mon. The special music will be a vocal soio by Ted Jones, "A Passion for Sou's"'. Wednesday, 7:30—The Laymen's League will, meet in Fellowship Hall for dinner, special program, and election of officers. Thursday, .7:30—Choir reheaiv sal. DOROTHY DIX Juvenile Marriages There can be no doubt that the appalling increase in the number of divorces is mainly due to the child-marriages that are taking place all about us, most of which arc foredoomed to disaster. For marriage is not a pastime with which kids are free to divert themselves and which they can drop when they arc tired of" it. It is the taking upon one's .self obligations that affect not only; .the'in'dividu/il boy and girl, -but : tlnt.t may determine the,-'fate of ; generations yet, unborn. '' ' ,. '• .,„,.,„ Certainly (hero is no' more' pathetic sight in the world: than that of immature youngsters rushing into marriage for which they are ~ •••-^••*"fcjV, JLIJI W I I 1 l_ I 1 Lilt totally unfitted and which are almost sure to bring misery to them. Yet we-.see...this happening every day. Girls mistake having a crush on a boy for the grand' passion and marry for the sake of having a swanky wedding. Boys who think that they cannot survive without some doll-faced little cutie, marry before they finish grammar school, or have any way of making a dollar to support a wife. Then comes the inevitable awakening from their dope dream The boy and girl find out that they have made a wrong diagnosis ol: their symptoms. They are not in love with each other. They ire just in love with love. Also, thev discover that they are bored with domesticity and that they desire to play about and have good times. And the boy husband begins to step out at night, and the girl wile craves pretty clothes and diversion and she is tired of being a baby-sitter, so another marri'age goes on the rocks. Few Succeed Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Prnss 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Publisher! pvorv weokdov afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex, H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer ,i at itlio Star buiklinn 212-214; 'South Walnut .'Strdef, ! i'. 11' i • Hope, Ark. :..'•';'.!-. Alex, IH;! Wqshbutn, ErJitbrj ! ji JRublisher ,,:,, Poul : H. Jones, ManaqirWf Editor George. W.: Hosmcr, MpifiU$upt... .. J 05 . 5 . M. tidvis, A-Vertisjng' 'Manager Entered a? second claei matter ot thi Post Office at Hope. Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (API—Means Associated 'Press. iNFA)—Means Newspaper 'Enterprise Association. Subscription Rntos: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per wcc-k 20r per month 85c. Mail rates—in HemD- steod, Nevada, Howard, Miller anc LnFavette counties, $4.50 per year' eho- where $8.50. National Advertising Representative — A'konsos Dailies, Inc.; Momnhi<;, TV-.-ir. Stcrick Buildina; Chicaao, -100 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City.. 292 Madis&r Avc.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Gram Blvd.; Oklahoma Citv, 314 Terminal Blclci New Orleans, 72.2 Union St. Member of the Associated Press; Th Associated Press is entitled exclusively t< the use for ^publication of all the loca news printed in this newspaper, cs well a! 3ll AP news dispatches. Bulletins By GEORGE E. REEDY, JR. Washington. Sept. 2n. --(UP)—A congressional spy hunter said to- day Soviet attempts to steal atomic secrets at Ihc University of Chicago during the war may have been successful. Rep. Richard B. Vail, R., 111., said the House investigators plan to expose the attempts to steal the atomic secrets from the university. Frankfurt. Sept. 2fi c—(UP) — U. S. Air Force headquarters in Wiesbaden today flatly denied that Russian anti-aircraft fire was seen on the fringes of the Western air corridors, to Berlin yesterday. Contradicting''published' reports, the air force announcement said: Buenos Aires, Sept. 25 —(UP) — Eighly persons were injured in demonstrations last night following a speech by President Juan D. Pcron in which he said a plot against . his life \ya's financed by "international capital!sis." ** the sense of humor that enables them it. live together, and like —•:•* (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Of course, not every young marriage is a failure. There are teenagers who are capable of the grand passion and who marry and live happily ever afterwards, as the old story book says. But these cases are rare as hens' teelh, because the success of a marriage depends upon the congeniality of the husband and wife. And nobody can toll beforehand how a growing boy and girl are going to do- velop. That is the unanswerable argument against juvenile marriages r lhey may turn out all right, "but the chances are even-Steven that they will not have a single idea or taste in common, and that they will spend their lives in wonder- ' ing whatever ma'de them pick out j the ones they did for their life mates. So it doesn't take much ' gumption to see why the best bet in marriage is the husband and wife whose characters and ways have jelled, and with whom one knows where one stands. Strangely enough, in discussing the marriage problem we put greater stress on love and youth and beauty than we do on any- 1 thing else, yet there are the dan- i I gor signals about which <\ci\ man and woman who are seeking a mate should walk high, wide and handsome. The safety zone acording to the scientists, is when a man is in his thirties and a woman in her early twenties. For by then they have found them- I selves. They know what they want i in a mate and have acquired Die patience and the diplomacy and with Mel and Marion Hargis —7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer and Bible Study—7:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Council—3 p.m. Friday: Prayer Service — 7:30 p.m. Saturday: Sardis Community Services—7:30 p.m. The big black limousine driven by a uniformed chauffeur was coming I'roni the left, much too last for so narrow a lane. Aunt ^--.* . .,.o t iui DU ut.il I uw Ll UUlt 1 . AllUl .mi where it lay or,i the Elfie's wide and always uncertain carpet at the edge of the heel. ••rviV'i'V" ,"" 0 -,'" *••-•'-•-•• .turn out of the gate to the left Hilary! she whispered, and covered much more than her half her feverish eyes searched the of the road, just when room again minutely, without ' success. "I had to stop you," he said I the apologetically. -There is some ol brakes, n thuddim- ci-a"h"" a 'm1 sort o puUeru. Don't ever meet- | then a sharp, snapped-off scream cue wun n. ""- ....._ "Hilary. — •*• fi-~ i •j-.iu, J Lint WIR'L U luCi branches ot the old oak overhung the hedge, There was a blast of j limousine's horn, a grinding' you've wherever you are, to hear me! You've got to come back and help me!" "I did come back," he said. "Don't let them do this to me! Don't let them lake me "away! I'm safe here with you —I'In afraid to go—" "I know, sweetheart—I know." "Afraid, ;Jfraid, Hilary, can't you hear? Dreadful tilings can't happen to me here—please let mi- stay!" "Not like thai, Sabrinn— won't help." "You don't answer," she „.,„.. hopelessly, and put both hands to her throbbing lemples. "I can't hear you. You won't help me. What shall I do'.'" Aunt Effie's voice, too bright, too brisk, loo firmly implying that all was right witli (lie world, floated up the .stairs. "Sabrina! We're waiting!" "Whal shall 1 do?" .she said again, between her hands. There was no answer he could give but silence. lie withdrew backwards to the window scat, moving with infinite care, and sat down there remotely, striving now to eradicate himself from consciousness alter thai one ment's reckless contact. Hi Tiie nose of the big limousine was jammed into the side of the smaller car, which was tilled at a crazy angle with two wheels , clear oi the ground. The chauf- j leur, who was merely shaken up j a little and whose glass was all intact, jumped out and ran, whito- tLiced, to where Sabrina had been thrown clear, into the ditch. She lay very still, face down. As he turned her over and raised her in his arms, Mrs. Pilton came running down the drive, and Father limped towards them, dabbing with bis handkerchief at a long cut in his cheek from the broken windscreen. Aunt Eftie had quietly fainted behind the wheel. Father stood staring down at the chauffeur's quiet burden. "She was in (lie back," he was saying in a daxod, apologetic sort ot way. ••There was nothing for her to hold to— she must have been shot out on her head. Is she all right'.'" He peered suddenly into the man's rigid face, in growing apprehension. "Is she all right'.'" In- insisted. "I—don't know," said the chauffeur between still lips. "1—can't be sure.' "Hilary you?" She ond flight done all lie could, hi? did nut dare 'her wa\ do more. She gazed about her a moment longer forlornly. She went to the desk and picked up his little brown pipe with caressing lingers. "Could 1 lake this with uu-V" she asked, and waited liorK'les.slv for ills reply. "Hilary---ijJi-;i.Si-V" " But In- sat very still oi! the window seal, culling himsiilf oil! from her tlelibt-raleJy. Auni Kl'iie call-.'d again, frmii the foot of the stairs. "Sabrina! Your father's in a hurry!" .With a Myh, she replaced the pipe cm the desk ami k-u llii- - Hilary, where are had readied the soc- of stairs already, on ,-- to him. "Hilary, some-, I thhn;'.s happened —1 don't have to , after all—" 1'hen she saw UNITY BAPTIST South Elm Street Elder Howard White, Pastor 8 a.m. —Unity Gospel Hour, KXAR. Sunday School— 10 a.m. A. A. Massev, Superintendent. Worship Service—11 a.m. Monthly singing — 2:1)0 p.m. AH who like goua singing are invited to attend. " " B.T.C.—-7 p.m. The following program will be given by the Train- nig course in the church auditorium: The Folly of Sin: 1. Sin Universal; H. Sin Deceptive; 3, Sin Forbidden; 4. Forsake Sin; 5. Sin Destructive. Everyone is invited to attend these services. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN SCO East Second Street Stephen Cook, Pastor Nancy Deal, Director of Education Sunday School —9:43 a.m. Jim Miller. Superintendent. There will be a special Rally Day program this Sunday, which will take the place of the regular classes. Morning worship—10:55. Sermon: "The Way More Perfectly". The choir, directed by Mrs. R. L. Gosnell, will sing "1 Know a Beautiful Theme" by Stroughlon. A nursery is provided during the morning worship. Presbyterian Youth Fellowship— 0:15 p.m.-The- film "Wheels Across Alriea" will be shown. There will be no evening worship this Sunday. because the pastor will bo assisting the installation of the new pastor in De- Queen. Midweek Worship, Wednesday— 7:30 to 8: In p.m. All those interested in the book of Revelation are invited. A church homo for those away from home and a welcome to all. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street D. O. Silvey, Pastor Rock of Ages Broadcast from the church auditorium, 9 to 9:30 a.m. Sunday School —10 a.m. Grady Hairston, Supt. Morning Warship—11. B.T.C.—6:45 p.m. Evening Worship—7:30. Monday, Auxiliary—2 p.m. Mrs. Wade Warren, president. Wednesday, Teacher's meeting— 7 p.m. Prayer Service at 7:30 with Clifton Booth in charge. You are invited to worship with us. b ' «?fXl? D E M N15 \ ^•O'KEEFE STARTS SUNDAY © SAENGER •#*• Get on the sunny side! Have us launder your curtains and drapes. We expertly restore limp, dusty fabrics . . . each ruffle comes back crisp as new. Remember, QUALITY' laundering costs no more! Phone 164 406 S. Walnu* einiMy-lianded i numb \vith despair. A ducile automate!! . 1 iier liat and euat ; Aunt Kiiie's biddina down lo where the c , i"g outside Use lionl „ I headed, with her coat A ' generation from nuw, on a i summer day, three village children ! will come along ihe lane and pause ! at the sa;',,yina yule ol Nuns Kar- MliiiU;, L;a/.iny in al the riot of i iinleiulcJ bloom which was once ! HK I Ju'rbaceoii.s bo-rder. And one of I their,, a visithu; cousin from the i next county, will express a desire j tu piller such lovely llowers, all | gomy to waste on an empty house i \\here the window glass is latticed ; by uncut tendrils of Virginia creep! i r, u'here a top-Hour shuiU'r is 1 Ih'.n:;, v.'ie.e tu the sunlight, and : the basement slops open in the June heal. "Come away, Mildred, do!" the others will advise her in lowered tunes, dragging her back from tiie v.'t-t d-growji ann, she climbed ubediently into , ayaiii. u- J'le i-umble- seat witii tiie suitcases, 'liaunted'" llu-arit Atint Kl'fie making briuiu I drive never into thi gu the-i'i. lane- it's (THE END) HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 N. Main Street H. Paul Holdriclcje, Pastor Ke-v. and Mrs. Wei Harris of St. Louis will be guests of the Gospel Tabernacle- for the services Sunday. They will be siiijjinH and givin." special, sarred musical numbers and Rw. Harris will speak at the morning and evening services. All oi the members and friends ot the Tabernacle are invited and ury,ed tu be in (heir places. This Sunday will be promotion day for tiie Sunday School. Promotion Dav Kxereises will conclude Hie Sunday School hour. The Sunday School and church year will conclude- with this Sunday. Sunday School—y:-j5 a.m. Radiei Bible Class—10 a.m. Morniiif! Worship—11. Rev. Mel Hurals will speak. Christ's Ambassador Services— 0:15 p.m. Evangelistic Service--7:30 p.m. Tiie Cjuspel Hour—10 p.m. Monday: A Sacred Concert, with Music that a land and Louie Bock oo Sout This Program ored by DON'T FORGET THE DATE AND T8ME •fl i;

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