Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 5, 1948 · Page 6
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Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, Octct-of 5, 1948 All Furniture from the Elbert Pruitt home will be auctioned at 115 East 3rd Street, Wednesday, October 6th at 10 a. m. High Grade Furniture used only for a short time. 7 Occasional Chairs, 1 Divan 9 Beautiful Odd Tables, 3 Bedroom, Suites 9 Piece Mahogany Dining Room Suite Large Chifferobc, Large Mirror Kelvinator Electric Refrigerator like new Eendix Washing Machine, Universal Gas Range, Florence Gas Range, 6 good gas heaters, 5 PC. Howel.l Dinnette Suite in Chrome, Philco Cabinet Radio, Coolerator Ice Box, and many other items not mentioned. You make your own price. TERMS CASH. This store will be open for inspection Tuesday, October 5th from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. and Wednesday, October 6th at 9 a. m. Wednesday, October 6th at 2:30 P. M. The home of Louis B. Breed located at 215 North Main Street. A well designed, modern three Bedroom home suited for a large family or for couple who would like to rent rooms. 64 ft. frontage on Main Street and one of the best locations in the city. 2 blocks from the center of Hope. Nice shrubery and lawn, pecans and figs galore. Terms |/2 Cash - Balance Monthly After the sale of this beautiful home we will sell all the furniture from this home. 2 Bedroom Suites 9 PC. Dining Room Suite with Round Table. Chairs, tables, pictures, rugs and other items. Enough furniture to furnish a large home. Some of this furniture; has been used for some time, very substantial and good quality. All Furniture Terms Cash This home can be seen by appointment. Open for inspection at NOON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6th. RfcALITORS 106 S. Main Hope Phone 984 Heir Jailed for Spending Fortune Now York, Oct.. ii --'Uf'i— The 42-year-old heir to ;i maritime fortune? '.v;i,s in 1 Id in Tomb:, prison without bail today. charncd with embezzling 81,:i2fi.()()() from the family estate in ord^r "to live- well." Leonard B. Clark. TIarvt.nl law school graduate, was hc/ld for allegedly draining the money from 32,500,000 trust'funds his ' father, Japt. Klenxar Clark, of Main", Had set up for the care of his family. District A t to r ne y Frank S. Hogan said Clark had spent the money on himself at the rate of almost $100,000 a year since the death of his father in !!):!(>. IIoj;an said this was the way the nionev went: 1. $10.000 a yea fror hills at the Yale. Harvard, West Side Tennis and River clubs. 2. $10,000 a year for the maintenance of several automobiles. 3. $2,000 a year for theater tick- Tuesday, October 5 The Wesleyan Service Guild the Methodist church will meet ?:.'HI p.m. in the home of Mrs. VV. Teeter. Th'To will be a Deacons meeting at l-'iisl Baptist church at 7 p.m. Wednesday, October G The Wednesday Jjrkljie Club will me--jt at 2: Ml) p.m. at tlu: home of Mrs. CUES fJcCaskil. There will be choir practice at the Methodist church at 7:30 p.m. There will be; an officers and teachers meeting Wednesday evening at (i:.'iO p.m. at the First Baptist church. A regular business meeting at 'i'.'J'J and choir practice at fj: 1.3. There will be choir practice at First Presbyterian church at 7:15 p.m. ets. 4. $24,000 expenses of 5. $12,000 a year for honsc'joH his wife, Janet, on a slam]) collection during the past eight, month",. G. Other miscellanoues expenses including upkeep on SHO.OOO insurance, a summer home at North rlcro, Vt., on Lake Charnplaiu. and clothes. Hogan said the shortaues in the .rust funds were discovered after Clark attempted suicide So:;:. '., when some speculative schemes had hoped would replenish t.':c missing funds failed. Clark was held Jor hearing Oct. 18 by Chief Magistrate Edgar A. Bromberger. 'eliel There will be choir practice for both Junior and Senior choirs of Central Baplsit church at 7 p.m. at the church. A Bible lesson will be given by the pastor following choir practice. ved at the Broadway Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Levcrett (,l Hope were the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Davis. ?.li.;s Lois Stewart of Little Hock sp nl the weekend in Prcscott. .She wa;> accompanied home by (in- mother Mrs. Bob Stewart who lias been visiting in Little Hock. Miss Rebecca Daniel of Little Rock has been a recent guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. N Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. .Sid Cooper have returned to their home in Little Hook alter spending the weekend willi Mrs. B. C. Stivers and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peachcy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhodes and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bollon Jr. have relumed from a two weeks vacation on the west coast. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jam; s Martin Wells and family in Long Beach. There will be prayer service at the First Christian church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 7 V/.C.T.U. will meet at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jesse Crow. Friday, October 3 Group Conference of the Women of Ounehita Presbytery of the Presbyterian church will be held at Malvern. Yes, this fact has been tirne-testecl and proved by Doctors. Better dayu will be yours, too. So why wait when there is no need to continually swell- up like a balloon and feel miserable after every meal. An appetizing portion of SSS Tonic before meals does wonders for the stomach. This famous medicine contains no soda or other alkalixers, which usually retard digestion. Instead, SSS Tonic with its highly po- , tent ingredients works to tone-up the j stomach so it may release its own digestive juice (hydrochloric acid) to break-up food for body use and tissue repair. SSS Tonic has helped hundreds of thousands of people, without any organic trouble or focal infection, to really feel better, more vigorous, better able to enjoy living. Take none less than this effectively-proved medicine to relieve your misery. Take SSS to tone-up your stomach, whet the appetite, build-up blood strength! Get SSS Tonic from any Drug Store today. Take Only The Best Donald Durham entertained the members of his Sunday School Class with a Mexican dinner, on Sunday evening at La Valita's in Texarkana. Members enjoying the dinner were: Miss Rita McCaskill, Miss Ethel McRae Bcmis. Sidney Parker Davis. Bobby Elgin and Rodney Hamilton. New officers were elected for the American Legion Auxiliary of Gogess-Dilliard Post 2W of 'Rosston at the last meeting. They are: Mrs. Ruth Edna Turner, president: Mrs. lUifus Young, vice president; Mrs. Thomas Silvcy, secretary-treasurer: Mrs. Pascal Simpson, syt-at-arms: Mrs. Henry Ward, chaplain; and Mrs. Jewel Young, reporter. The group were served refreshments by Mrs. Rufus Young. Plans were made for a potluek supper on Thursday, October 7 at 7:30 p.m. Outlaw Broncs! Bulldoggirsg! Calf-Roping! "Toughest of'Em All" •fa Big free circus on the Midway! Preformance Doily! •fa $12,500 to be awarded to the Champion Cowboy of the Rodeo! •>!(• Hear Bill Gould and his famous Circle-M cowboys. At the clos<"> of the church service at the Church of the Na?.a- rene on Sunday morning Mrs. Wilson Baker and Alfred Stockton were united in marriage wiih Rev. Joe M. Tyson, pastor, reading the simple ceremony. The bride was .attractively attired in a model of teal blue crepe with black accessories and pinned a cor?age of white carnations at her shoulder. Attendants were Mayor and Mrs, C. D. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee. Mr. SiociUon is a retired farmer. The couple will make their home in Prescott. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was ser- liuckcr Murray, coach at Bodcaw spent, the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rucker Murray. Mrs. Ray Carr has returned to her home in Commerce, Texas after having been the guests of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Dewoody have returned to their home in Detroit. Michigan after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom De\voody and other relatives. Sammy Mclicnry, student at Henderson. Arkadelphia spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam MeHcnry. Mrs. Matt Hitt of Little Rock was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gixviou and other relatives. Miss Mary Sue Ilaynie of Bcnlon has returned home after spending the weekend with her father. Eail Ifaynie. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wharton of El Dorado have been the guests of her mother. Mrs. J. M. Duke and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Duke and daughter, Kat'ny of Little Rock are spending the week with her mother. Mrs. E. M. Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hayes. Mrs. Robert- Hayes of Texarkana spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Mac Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr. and children of Malvern spent Sunday with her father, Dr. J. D. Cornish. Cora Donnoll Hospital Notes: Admitted: Mrs. E. A. Box. Houston. Texas; Mrs. R. J. Wardlow, McCaskill; Mrs. J. W. Hare. AntoJne, Mrs. Ern Buchanan. Prescott, Mrs. Fay Witt. Antoinc, Mrs. Ray Hall, Prescott. • o Jcffert.on Davis, later president of the confederacy, encouraged the importation of camels into the United States in 1855 when he was secretary of war. S E E and H E A R T H E INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS HARBIN- SIMMONS COWBOY BAND It'.s Triiifir •)Sr Genuine Apailie Indians to live on show grounds in native wigwams. •jlr See the live new exposition buildings. Mo.st modern in the Suuihwesl. ^r Colorful. .•uuouiol)ik' show, lilc'ic hauls', exhibits a nil homr appliumc ilciuoiuir.i- u'ons. •% l-'tcc spcctai ular f irewoi Iss throUL'huut llu' Show. 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