Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 28, 1948 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 28, 1948
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Pogo Six HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Tuesday, September 28, 1948 *i The sinking of the Titanic April J VI5, 1912, brought death to 1,513 "people. Medical Tests Proye Grand SSdsef For Tired, Letdown feting Yes, this is good news for suffering folks who want to regain ;enen;y. setter days will bo yours, l<5o. So why *?ait when there is no need to continually feel miserable, vfhcn, s;c>ii Should really enjoy lite agaih; . An appetizing portion of SSS Tonic before meals docs wonders for the blood. This famous medicine gets at the seat of the trouble, in nutritional anemia, by building bad: tho Wood strength. Thus your blood •Stream is better able to release energy and freshness to every muscle, ' fibre, cell. Soon you caa tell the .difference in the way you f eel' arid l ook! SSS Tonic has helped hundreds flf thousands of people, without any organic trouble or focal infection, to really feel bettor, more vigorous, better able to enjoy living. Take none less than this eilec- ' tlvely-provcd medicine to'•! relievo your misery. Take SSS to «u51d-up your blood strength, whet the appetite, tone-up your stomach. Get SSS •"-'-'c from any Drug Store today. Take Only The Best Wednesday, September 29 Choiv practice at the Prcsby- •jrian church at 7:15 p.m. Pravcr service al Central Baptist church at 7:30 p.m. There will be a mid-we ok mcel- ,ng ;it 7::iO p.m. at First Chris- ..ian church. The Methodist choir will meet .if. 7:30 at the church. Prayer sorvioc will be hold at UK; First Baptist church al 7:I!0 with choir practice al 8:15. Thursday, September 30 The '47 Bridge Club will meet at 2: HO p.m. at the home o£ Mrs. Charlie Scott. There will bo a meeting at the courthouse. Thursday. September 30 at )() a.m. of land owners on the Little Missouri River and engineers will be present to explain the proposed dredging and clean- in;: of the river. All those who own land on or near the river arc asked to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmic nuke and Mr. and Mrs. Dewy Shiplinfi entertained Luc West Main sin; el club' on the lawn belv/i-.-n llu-ir homes last we!;. Mm. Daw son Henry v -' a:; la charge of tin.' enti-rlainnionl. aiv.l ! many ;;r.ITU.T. were played. A bnel | business rnc< I'm:; '.va: : c..ll(.->! aiv.l the club has adjoinm d "n:il ne:;t spring. Lyml/jll Buchanan wi. i elected by i.lie group lo be re.spon- sible lor the re-org.ini/.iiiioi-! in me { spri-ng. Plans wore; dipcusiecl 'or a Chrislmas party. A. delicious picnic supper was enjoyed by 55 im-mb'.-) s oi l'ic club. Gti'.-sls for '.ho cn'omng were: ' Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Henry and family, Mrs. George Cashman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Steed and Mrs. Jennie Barges. Duff Buchanan recently celebrated his 78lh birthday anniversary at the home of his daughter, Mrs. P. W. Lambert and Mr. Lamherl. Mr. Buchanan is a pioneer citizen of Nevada county "'''! "''"> the recipient of many useful gifts. A really terrific collection of shirts for school . . . AH .typical Penrsey high quality ...AH Penney priced...ftrom $1.69 to $3.98. JR. BOYS' SIZES, 1.69 We're'particularly enthusiastic about this bold plaid cotton (lanm-l that's a stand-out lor all-winter warmth. It's Sanforized! 1'or lasting good fit . . , a value feature seldom found at this low price.Woven-through plaids. 6-18. BOYS' COTTON FLANNEL PLAIDSt ...'.... 2.29 BOYS' COTTON FLANNEL PRSNTSt ....... 2.49 Wool-and-Rayon Shirts 31 amt-itavoii ria. Ml nu All-Wool Plaids right, Cotton *> iht Cotton Plaids 1 " & 3.98 1.98 69 A delicious dinner was attractively served to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Erie Buchanan, Mrs. Bob Cox, Mr. and Ross Buchanan, Dr. A. S. Buchanan. Mr. rind Mrs. Bill Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Brill and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Peachey and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yancey. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cox and sons, Mr. ami Mrs. Watson Buchanan and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wlcid. Muni/, and son, Mr. and Mis. Neai biicTianan and son, Mr. t'lid Mrs. Paul Harris, iialph Harris, Joe baker. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. uiacK. ail ol. 1'rescoU, Mrs. W. K. i/ambort and daug/tler oJ Chester, Mrs. Joe hioiuii and son and Mrs. Aland Su/U'Jt of Uurdon. Li'tle Misses Anita Jo Thcoboult and tlulycon Lev/is celebrated their birthday armivcrsai'ics ul a puny given by tneir mothers, Mrs. IVyn iheoboult and Mrs. Tluirman L.CWJK in the noine ot Mrs. J. P. A lovely bouquet of roses and dahlias v.'nich were given thu hostesses by Mrs. (Jhnvnce Smith made the room lovely. Many nice gilts were given by Mib. ..^nt. vjin.ii;.:> mm 3^,1 ivurr,y, iVJ.is. Lloyd Orimes and daughter iviailha Ann, Mrs. Lois McCain and sun noberi. Mrs. Hershel Snod- urass and children, Lavcrne and ,,jjj'jia, ivlrs. Clarence smith and, sons Larry and Lindel, Mrs. John- mo Harrison and children l-'rances and Jonn Henry, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McCain, Harriet Ann and Joe CiUliey, Jimnue Lee and Jerry ivjilum, niuwarcl Cooper, Palsy and y Doling, Nora, Mary, Bonnie and Dwayne Daniel, Martha Slack, *-jv.,ii.y ttiiu .tommy ouiAingnsm, iiuuy, mull ana Louise button. Happy Birtnaay \vas sung to the Hostesses atler which delicious refreshments were served. l.''avors o£ canay and bubble gum were given to the little guests. France Joins Continued From Page One Russians would use every possible under, both of them the means, including the veto, to keep the council troni taking a decision on the Berlin question. Schuman tola the assembly that policy the Allies must not repeat Ihei Woild War One mistakes. "Germany, handed over lo tin- employment ;.'Hd isolation, turned , to Hitierism despite her Dernuccat-I' 1C(;ls Ul uphold Russia's action. lender to make a general declaration to the assembly. U. S. Secretary of Stale Marshall listened attentively to the Frenchman, but both British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and Soviet jc constitution which did not stem Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Y. j cilt > Nationalist tide," IK; said. Vishinsky were absent. j He hailed the f'.uropcan Kecon- In Berlin, Schuman said. '•wcHs'i.riK.-ti.m Program (KRP) which, are faced wiih a situation, as re- | he said, has joniud the m.tions of gaicis currency, transport and niu- i western Etiropt: to.yethc'r in an nicipal administration, which has j economic union. The idea of n constantly been getting worse. In i l-uropean federation is making spile of the division into four • iieadvay. he said, and ''it must /.ones, there ought to be a four- now be examined and sup;-.ortcii power control and administrat.on. j "But the assembly will readily | understand that living together in such a way requires a minimum of good will. "Tills we have not found on the Soviet union -'hold's a trump. By one procedure, the parties to the dispute '— the United States. lal Britain.^France and Russia-—would •y ir be barred from voting, leaving only si.v'en council members to cast ballot;;. One of these members is the Soviet. Ukraine, whicn everyone ex- Russian delegation, as saying the Soviets will not "abandon the United Nations.'' "We shall stay on and work together with the other peoples of the world." Vishinsky was quoted as saying in an interview. security charter, concermn to peace t-nd security. Under this .section, the pnrl of our Russian partners and! council is empowered to set. forth as we do not inland to allow our-1 an interim, provisional settlement selves to be deprived of our right;; of the dispute and to call upon the " " nations involved to conform lo this Under the other procedure, all members would vote, but the decision would be subject to a unanimous vote by the live permanent , members of the council. The Ilus- \ sums hold a permanent seat and j thus are in a position to use their , veto right to block action against j themselves. Most informed officials predict i by the governments themselves." thai if the Western powers arc j The Irue-opowci' complaint cites j .frustrated within the security cotin-, Chapter Seven. Articio ;;!), uf the cil. they will raise the issue on the I U. N. charter, concerning threats lioor of the IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH or to abandon the populations entrusted to our care, we now, after two months during which we exhausted every possibility o£ direct agreement, appeal to the United [Nations to settle the dispute ami pu! an end to the act of force represented by the blockade imposed and maintained by Soviet authorities.' ' Meanwhile, Sir Alexander Cr.dogan of Britain. September President of the security council, said the council will begin the Berlin debate sometime this week. Ha told newsmen the exact date still was undecided, but might bo Thursday if it could be arranged. Cadogan said ho believed the Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Culpcpper of Kcifer, Oklahoma were the guests Friday of Mrs. D. L. McRae br. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell White are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ned Duncan and children, Neddie and Charlotte Jane in McComb, Mississippi. temporary arrangement. The council also is aiithonz'M to invoke economic and diplomatic . penalties against any slate it be- yesterday ik'ves to be menacing tho peace. I of wagin These measures can add up to an economic blockade of the penalized nation. As a lasi resort, the .council is empowered lo used armed force to put its decision into oiled. American, British and French|.v.pecch as "an attempt to v*il his officials, however, on: dubious of j rejection of Soviet proposals for the practical result of their action, peace and security." The Soviet Under the charter, the council may news agency Tass said Bevin was employ one of two procedures in "justifying the armaments race passing on this dispute. conducted by the western powers." Under cither of them, seven The London Daily Herald quoted council votes are needed for a dc- Andrei Y. Vishinsky, head of the general assembly. In the assembly, a two-thirds majority is all that is required for a decision on an important issue. Later today Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, a U.S.delegate, will speak to a group ol French intellectual leaders at the Sorbonnc on the po- tenlialilics of world cooperation. Kevin held the spotlight there when he accused Russia . .. a War of nerves against Western Kurope and said responsibility lor any future world war will bo the Soviets'. Tin.- Moscow radio, heard in London, last night described Bevin's LIGUID,WAX SHOE POLISH BLACK BROWN TAN BLUE OXBLOOD Mrs. Ray Ho/.endorf and son George aie visrung relatives in uurham, North Carolina. Wells Ham by Jr. and Dan White left Thursday niyht for San Diego, California where they will take their Navy basic training. Miss Fannie Stewart and Mrs. Vina Black have had as their ;uests Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Stewart 1 Shrevcport, La.. Jack Stivers, student at A & M oliege, Magnolia was the week-. end guest of his mother, Mrs. B. C. Savers, I-illlo Miss Amanda Talc oj< Camden is visiting her grancS I mother, Mrs. Madison Ingram Mr. Ingram this week. Miss Mary Sue Haynic of Ben-"; ton spent the week end with her- miner, Karl Haynie. Miss Faye Loomis has return-,'' ed from a ten day visit in Colum: bus, Ohio. *.'•• Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White of Little Hock spent the jveekend ns guests of Mrs. W. R. White and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Herritt of Antonio announce the birth of a son, Eddie Paul on September 22 at Cora Donnell hospital. ,PcsB'c?ors Asked for Havana, Sept. 20 — (UP) — A decree extending a presidential pardon to Patricia (Satire) Schmidl, 22-year-old American exotic dancer who was convicted of killing her lover John Lester Ivlee. is on President Ramon Grau San Martin's desk awaiting hs signature, it was reported today. Miss Schmidt already has served more than 12 months of her 15- year sentence for shooting Mee, a Chicago socialite, aboard his yacht in Havana harbor in April. ' 1!)47. Reports that a presidential pardon would be granted her were given support when it was reported '.inoflicially that her appeal Hi' the supreme court, scheduled for a hearing tomorrow, had been inde- '"ui'tely postponed. President Grau will be Kucecvd- ',-(! as president of Cuba by Carlos Prio SoccaiTiis on Oct. 10. LET FOY D6 IT » L^^el yards • Dig Post Holns » Plow Gardens • Cftt Vacant Lota • Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 3. Walnut St. FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 Notice to Cotton Growers We will ha'ndle your government cotton loans on the green card class. Bripo your Conpress tickets and'feiass card and save $1.00 TO $1.50 per bale. E. M. McWiHiarns & Co., Hope, Ark. Across the street from Post Office Lei Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or moke your old one isjto a comfoitablc innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVSS Furniture & Mottress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 APPi Y TO l\\ if L, I 1 \J I AU V H /&&* «p*£ /:«» fl v\ <" ,rfc>\ n a sf&^i A Jv. ? rf^ ^tp" H H H ICtS! YOU CAN ^iStL Stringent credit regulations went into effect last Week. New and used cars are included under the lav/ . . . BUT NOT automobile servi.ce! Because new cars will be all the harder to buy and pay for under these strict regulations/Jit's wise to give your old automobile every care.-' If you don't have the cash, use Hope Auto Company's complete department store type "NOTHING DOWN" Budget Plan. With not one penny for down payment, give your car the service it needs, anv equipment or accessories, or a complete "New Again" Job . . . and pay the way that's most convenient for you. No red tape! Simply tell any salesman what you want and how you want to pay. I hat's all! TAKE — TAKE Simply tell us how it's most convenient for you to pay — monthly,, semimonthly or weekly. In thirty seconds you can arrange everything! Tir a pc — rli^spi" i E^C-S B^'vVJ.Ji'vw I 220 W. Second St. YOUR FORD DEALER FOR OVER 28 YEARS Hope, Ark. Phone 277 - 299

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