Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 21, 1948 · Page 3
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Thursday, O'cJ-obfir 21, HOPE STAR, HOPE ARKANSAS - Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Thursday, October 21 The Choir ot the First Pentecostal church will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the church for practice. This also includes a lesson in Music. Thursday, October 21 The regular ineefin;; of the Rebekah Lodge will be held Thursday night at 8 o'clock- at the Lodge Hall. All members are uryed lo attend this meeting. V r ', . The Gleaners Sunday School Class o£ First Baptist church will meet in the home. oC. Mrs. Fred Luck. Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. SUirday, October ?3 Garland School P.T.A. will hol'i their ntimrna'ie sale in the lobb^- of the New Theatre on Sonlh Klri; St. Saturday. October 23. All members are asked to bring their rummage early. ' (- . - • - • . NOTICE ' , The Choir of the First Methodist church will not meet as scheduled lor this week. All choir members please note. Jr. G.A.'s Meets Monday The Junior G.A.'s of First Rap tist church met Monday after noon at 4 o'clock t v t '-.the' church lor a musical program: The following program was prejpntcd: A piano solo, "London- t.erry Air" was played by Audrey Light "A Rose In My ' Garden" by Margaret Johnson. .''Sparklinc Eyes", Mary Beth Routon. "Serenade". Martha Oshorn cho",. Wan/.olle Nix. Bo<?l". Ginny Ilcrndon, Bonnie F-dmiaslon. A "Glory to Ilis Name" was sun., by Sue Moses. Three readings •George Studies Geography" bv Betty r Owen. "Little Bov ' Blue" by* Helen Hail. "Aunt " Martha Has One" by Judy Moses were ,Vljo.y«'d by all. with Mrs. L. B. Tooloy in charge. Mrs. W. R. Asberry Celebrates 91st Birthday Mrs. ROM Parker. Mrs. Clarence Boker. Mrs. Klmer Nations and ivies. S.ri Sinvard entertained with a surprise birthday parly for Mrs W. K. Asberry fAunl Dora i |'>r Aunt Dump, as she is better known to her many friends Tues- oay. October 12 al the home of Mrs. Asberry in Spring Hill. She received many love.lv and useful gifts which wore displayed i or the guests. After the opening 01 the gifts, the guests were invited into the dining room where the birthday cake with delicious punch and sandwiches were served to forty eight guests. Those attending . from Hope, were: Mrs. L. N. Garner. Mrs. (Jarence Baker and little grandson. Billy. Mrs. Brice Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ellen. Si:, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Ellen. Mrs. L M Borwcll and the Rev. and Mrs. Clark irom Lewisville. nilesbv P.T.A. Meets Tuesday Onlcsby P.T.A. met in the school puditorium Tuesday. October 1!) at .-:30 p.m. with 42 present. The president. Mrs. Jim McKenzic pro- port, tar'y, pealed in unison. •, Mrs. j,. B Tooley. president, presided over the business session and heard reports from the various committees. It was voted >to buy plav ground equipment: for the school children, Tha'<ZiurwiM Room committee announced ifjtans for purchasing curtains -for -the lunch room. Other items voted upon were: to participate in -"Pack a lowel for Europe" drive and to have a Pie Supper in the near future. Mrs. R. I,. Broach was appointed chairman for the P-iront Education Group. The program was in charge ol Mrs. Henry Hayne.s who introduced Mrs. Ted Jones. Mrs. Jones spoke on MIow the Home i.. ; (he Foundation .Mrs. B. C. Hyatt presented iVIrs .Sophia Harper, a yucst. who made a short talk. In the room count, the prize was awaidcd to Mrs. Andres' room. lor having the most mothers present. 7he membership chairman. Mrs. Lester Huckabee announced the enrollment of 168 members in the P.T.A. Following the meeting, refreshments were served in the lunch room by the hostesses. Mrs Charlotte Cox. Mrs. Garret! Story, Mrs. J. H. Jones. Mrs. Olaf Luck and Mrs. Huckabee. Accent on Beauty in '49 Nash • iUjT-W-*' -VKV .* ^s^MMHt * U.& »nn^i in ii' 'nini _j__ - .___^____. _, . , ,,_ ^ Lilac Garden Club Meets in Beene Home Mrs. W. O. Becne was hostess to the members of the Lilac Garden Club, of this city, in her home The secretary. Mrs. Claud Tillery read the minutes of the last meeting after which the treasurer Mrs. A. A. Halbcrt made her re- A "thank you" note from England. High School secrc- was read by the secretarv i, maua- ,'In A Sa i !'. lnws ancl -,. _. " ' ---- - ~ -, ... ij j i | iv . OW1_ 1 *, t,£l I V . , MrK - Pa "> Rainy read 1he new By- Accent is on beauty in the completely ne« M9 Nash, from enclosed front wheels to gracefully tapered back Long, low, roomy, it offers new concepts of styling, comfort, performance and safety. . hcmfr Takes Himself Bride sanie iss of the: Methodist , October .•hurch ."o Methodist W.S.C.S. Holds Third Study Com The Mission Study CM W.S.C.S. of the First church met Wednesda- '20 at 2:!!0 o'clock at the' the third in a series of "Geographical Frontiers The mcotin:,' was opened with the group r.rhging the hymn "A Charge to Keep 1 Have". The sfndv was presented by Mrs. Frank Ma- /VSn. \vho also brought the worship on '"Stewardship". Mrs Edwin Ward .spoke on the "Pamrna Canal Zone". Mrs. Delton Houston spoke on the "Virgin Islands" The fourth and last study of the scries, will be held at the "church Friday afternoon at 2:;iO o'clock "~- —-•••* t'lvn i-tzti vnitf AOc. all drug stores everywhere— in Hope, al Cox Drug . was adopted "Lullaby", i '"': organization. Reports from the vocal c-' 0 ] f , j t.ollov.'ing committee were given- Study Course Chairman. Mrs' fioycc Weisenberger. Membership Mian-man Mrs. Mack Stuart re- Porting for Mrs. Perrv Moses Budget Chairman, Mrs. Albert Graves. Mrs. Graves also announced a I rummage sale to be given Oct i 30. Miss Elsie Weisenberger pre! sented the library tax issue and i urged all i It was voted by the oraanixalion I to "Pack A Towel" for a teenage 1 in '-I of Europe. The Presidents' Message was i'\_ _ , ven by Mrs. B. B. MePherson aft- eo on | ''I- which a program on "Home" i was presented by the leader. Mrs Claude Tillery. Ted Jones, vocalist accompanied by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt at the piano sang "Home Sweet Home". A reading on "Home" was given by Mrs. A. G. Rives and a devotional talk on "Christ in iny Home" was given by Mrs Tillery. The program was concluded with sentence prayers. In the room count for mothers the dollar was awarded to Mrs Joe Amours' room. After the regular meeting our ui-st study course lesson was presented in a most interesting way by Miss Mary Shipp Sanders, of Dciiton. Texas, using as her theme 'Allowing the child to grow up.' Garland P.T.A. Meeting Held Wednesday The Garland School P.T A met U ednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the school. The meeting was opened with the Lord's Prayer re- Hollywood. Oct. 21 —l-?i— No-v it's Mr. and Mrs. Sabti. It was disclosed last night that the "Elephant .boy" of the movies ancl Actress Marilyn Cooper were married Tuesday night. I The 21-year-old bride formerly 'sang on the New York stage. She land Sabu met about two months ago on the set of "Song of India" in .which he is starred. Tor the occasion. the Beenc Home was beautifully decorated with arrangements of dahlias chrysanthemums and roses Miss Mable Ethridge, first vice president, presided in the absence ol the president, Mrs. A -Iv Slusser. The minutes and roll call were read by Mrs. Marion M michnnnan ana were approved Mrs. Wm. P. Hardegree. pro gram chairman, presented a' ver.i interesting program and introduced the following: Mrs. Graydon Anthony, who spoke on "Tips on Planting Gladiolus". Mrs. C. C McNcill gave a very interestina talk -on "Spring Bulbs Indoors and , Outdoors". Mrs. Tom Kinser read i Mr - a '">d Mrs. Oliver a paper on "Tulips" ancl Mrs. ; Charles William Wylie parents'to vole on" same" £ n£ ) rlos Wy'ic. president of the I turned from a weeks ,I,,H i,,. <],„,,..„.;.:.f!]l c : ! Federated Garden Clubs gave a | Ml ' s - Mill talk on the Federated State Board i Meeting in Little Rock. ' The hostesses assisted by Mrs Annie L. Bostick and Mrs' Pat Casey served a sandwich and dessert plate to 15 members ancl two guests. Mrs. E. L. Archer and Mrs. Charles Wylie. 'OKI HN Saddled With In-laws is a patient in Cora pital in Prescolt. Donnell hos- Mills and have revisit with sister. Mrs. M \ Kreuter and Mr. Krouter in Kansas City and auended the American Koyal Horse Show there. En- route they also visited Dr -vui Mrs. A. B. Rickey in Boonevillc Coming and Going Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Moore ancl little daughter, and Mrs. Sila« Sanford of Pittsburgh. Texas are visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Charles Armitage Mrs , George Wright, Mrs. Jerome bmilh, Mrs. Graydon Anthony and daughter, Rebecca spent Thursday in Camdcn visiting Mi-, and Mrs" Donald Broach and family formerly of Hope. One of Several New Styles that have just arrived. Mrs. Herman Fitzgerald and little son of Texarkana visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erie Ro»s and other relatives here Wednesday. Mrs. Jo«.. England left Thursday morning to attend the bedside of her father, Mr. O. L. Mitchell, who Hospital Notes Branch Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Rowe of Hope, Ht. 3, announce the arrival of a daughter on October 20 1948 Admitted: Mrs. M. T. Ro\ve, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Lloyd Brazile. Nashville Mrs. Clyde Coats, Hope. , Josephine • . : .AdimUed: '•I*. O. Taylor, Rt.-4, Hope J. W, Ray, Arkadelphia. , Mrs. George Brasher, Hope. Copyright, 1948, NEA SERVICE. INC Serioliiqh'on of screenplay from o novel fay Prosper Mcrimce THE officer giment of tin STORY: Don Jose, young each in a fashionable Spanish re- falls victim to the charms bewitching gypsy, Carmen. i ; ••-.- r-, t^j i-f^,i , V^LII in [He kills his commanding officer in i a sword-fight over her and is forc- jed to flee to a mountain hide-out, that You'll pass for "sweet sixteen" in Claire Tiffany's beguiling gabardine. Note the youthful collar, the- smart side opening pockets. (P. S. The fabric is wondcrfuJly crease re-sis,anf, too.) Fly front- 42" full length 2 ip per . f n smartest new foil colors -Taupe, Bowling Green, Jolly Red, or Cookie luggage. Sizes 12 lo 20. -O a deserted house. , lhe men will boat and rob Inrn. But Carmen changes her mind, decides to have a'fling of ner own. She meets and flirts with Lucas, the matador; but does not Make him to be robbed. When she , : returns to the camp, she finds Don Jose^ alone and brooding. He tells .her it is driving him mad to know [she is married to another man. "I (wouldn't be married to another 'man if you had used your head i yesterday," she replies." i XXII j They both stood up as the gallop ](>( Garcia's horse brought him out :o( the darkness and into the light ion the opposite side of the fire. I Garcia dismounted and, hooking his i thumbs in his belt, sauntered a- j cross toward Carmen, his fae- i "You're going to play games ; with me. eli. girl?" [ Don Jose started toward the ban- ,-dit, but Garcia brushed pasl I the younger man as though he were jnot there. His eyes were on Carmen. . I "We had a rendezvous edge of town at sunset" Garcia ! U K . j- u said sarcastically. "Was 1 mistak-! u , ril .|- s .en? Could 1 possibly have missed" !you? Or is it j usl possible that you jdidn't feel like working today'.'" [ Carmen waited until" he was jvery near, than she looked rielib- jeralely past him, smiling at Don I Jose, an intimate, .secrel Jillle smi- ;le. "I had much belter thini's to j do today. Didn't 1 Navurro'.'" I Garcia turned on Don Jose but 'Lie boy was staring at Carmen. ; astonished at the lie iriplicil in her I words. He took a protesting stc forward. Garcia spal al him coii- ; leiiiptiKHisly, (hen turned to Carmen. j "You ean choose your pastimes | where^ you like, you ' filthy' wench! j Hut while I am ma.-ter here, you'll I work too!" He -.lapped her |!a!ly across the lace that .came to her eves. c , this could only end with death for one of them. Carmen's eyes were wide and black as she watched the battle. She started to gnaw absently at a bone still in her hands. The l\vo men font-lit wickedly ;. First one had the aclvan- en the oilier, strained. grippm Dear Miss Dix: Is there any way for a man to part from his wife's tamily and still stay married to his jWiteV My mother-in-law has lived | with us for six of our eight years | of marriage. One of my wife's bro- j'.hers is married and he and his | wife never miss slopping in at least | once a week, regardless of whether we have company, or if we want to slep uut ourselves. My other brother-in-law spends everv week end with us and drinks up" all the liquor on the place. I do'"not even dare lo ask my mother for dinner lor /car of his condition. I have about made up my mind to leave my house to rny "in-laws and go Wesl. Am I doing the right thing'.' LICKED Answer: You will be doing not only a foolish thing but a co tiling if you let your in-laws run you out of your own house. What you need to do is lo evict the whole bunch of them, even if you have to call on lhe police for assistance. Lock lhe door on them and. tell them that the party is over for them, and that they "will have to get somebody else to sponge on. Takes on Family When a man marries a girl, he doesn't legally marry the whole family ancl undertake to support them, bul in practice he very often does. Mama comes and "sellles down on him. Papa'borrows money from him. Ancl his sisters-in-law and the boys think they own his car. Even his clothes become the common, property of his brothers- in-law and.he never knows whether he has a clean shirt to his name, or whether John has it on with his best necktie. Any man who stands for his wife's deadbcat relatives making a good thing of him is a weakling and also lacking in common sense, lor gratters never have any grat- titucle or appreciation. They' hve a contempt for a man who hasn't enough backbone to defend himself. As lo whether your wife will go with her relatives if you turn them out of the house, it is a matter of chance. But if she does go with thorn, it will be because she doesn't love you and is only using you as a for her greedy fnini'v. and be a man instead of Crosh, Nine Are Americans corne-on Brace up a mouse. suddenly seem to c-acn other away, only to si hack al some inexplicable si _ Don Jose- slipped' to one ! Garcia brought up his own hoping to crac' But t'.H> other v, — he Iciaped up cia missed. Ka the as too fast, for and l.ini-k and h had wra Answre: my wife and I both work during i)ie day. But before going to work H iho morning it lakes her about leu minutes to mark things in order lor her to oeeii touched cii in marks the depth oi the milk ihe bouic, and Uie si/.e of the, butler on the plate, and all of the belongings in the bathroom, such ;>:-• :iy,.]j. toilet tissue and perJiline. '• this a disease.'.' WORRIED HUSBAND In a way 1 Mippose it is for it is an abnormal G;,rcia sometimes held his hands | <!>-veloped"a mama for saving lha't behind his back and would come in will end in a menial upset if she leuiting with his shoulders. to "doesn't conquer it AY,', t H 0 ! 1 ) Josi ' ! ' UOKS which ham1 ' We hoar "' i' le " tv <>{ such t -' a -^ x - c.itched the weapon. : o. women who die'of starvation in SVC,' (I ' | WL ''" C ' - VV , Ct v.-ith garrets on mattresses stuffed with •sweat, thei,- necks eoraed with ef- ug-.tort. Breath came deep ancl hard 'but neither could afford exhaustion Now Jose lunged suddenly, twisting as he did so, and Garcia gave an astonished grunt. His knife hand relaxed slowly and the blade drop- Ibis into his antagonist's face i loigir; designed to draw away th other's knife and leave- an openin- pod to the ground. riveted I Carmen's eys followed th of tin- falling Garcia. There at tilt' i (.< i-eni f|.'iv;li -ic Hw, K,..-],. r he scene. For instant Carmen's face v. in unholy brilliance. )], sion wa.s inscrutable. She slid down frcm Unloosed the bone .-:he had I mg into lhe ti:v. she palms of her lhe sides of i e y e s i who breaih gulp:- Prestwick, Sctoland. Oct. 21 — (/T'l— Thirty-nine persons perished today when a fogblincfed Royal Dutch Airlines (Klm.i Constellation struck a high tension wire, burst into flames and crashed into a pasture. Nine of the dead were Ameri cans. One person, Willem Hendrik Philippo, a Dutch subject of New ii"- not ' Yorl<; Clly. survived the crash. He wardlv I v '' as l ' c P ol 'ted gravely injured, ws run Six persons were taken irom the wreckage alive, but five died in hospitals later. The huge, four-ongincd aircraft was en route from Amsterdam to New York. While groping through the fog for a landing, ihe pilot ra dioed the control tower at the field: "I have hit something. I am going on fire. Attempting to climb X X X." Nothing more was heard from the plane. Identification of the victims, some burned beyond recognition, had not been completed by midmorning. Only six persons got out of the flaming wreck alivo and three of them died later of burns and other injuries. The five survivors were reported seriously injured. Earlier it had been reported that the death toll was 3G, but another name Nibsequently was added to the passenger list. The plane carried 30 passengers and 10 crew members. Two of the 40 persons aboard apparently jumped out seconds before the plane plunged into the pasture. One body was found a mile from the wreckage. The Americans on the passenger list were identified by the Lock- h'-ed Corp., manufacturers of the plane, as follows: Mary Badir, New York City. .Henry Fimmie, St. Albans, N. Y. Frederick Ludwig Rohts (as given out by Lockheed, but possibly Rohrs', New York City. William Francis Gale, New York (City. Rupert Wedermeyer. San Francisco. Emma Wedermeyer, same address. James Hampas, Cicero, 111. ... '; . --• -- John .Reichd, Washington, i now it anylhmg ha : An eyewilness said Mrs. , oui ing h.-r absence. , Rohrs' clothes were on fire when 1 11 : she was dragged out of the plane. ! "They pulled her dollies off ancl i beat out the flames," ho said. | Another eyewitness said one i dead woman clutched the body of j a child. Both were burned almost ! oeyond recognition. i Most of lhe dead were trapped in the wreckage. Others were thrown as far as 50 yards from the flaming remains of the plane. John Adams, a miner who was j one of the first of the rescuers to ! reach the scene, said the flames! and heat prevented rescuers from I reaching lhe trapped passengers. ' "We had heard their cries as we ] were crossing the fields," he said, i Another eyewitness. William Burton of Tabolton, said "at the scene I heard one of the injured j crying 'kill me, kill me 1 .' Most i of the injured were terribly {burned." Burton said "there were "ffirw French Mine Strike Results in Fighting Paris, Oct. 21 —(.4' 1.000 striking coal A force of ' ' miners beat ! Fulbrighf to I Speak in Behalf I of Candidate | Memphis. Tenn.. Oct. 21 •— (JP>—•' (Sen. J. W .Ftilbright <D-Ark> plans to speak here Tuesday in svtpport of Rep. Estes Kofauver, Democrat" iic candidate for the Senate, Kefau- i_ i ,. " , iver back police and v.-ere reported to I The iri.iu-y, and we all know lots of ; people in the early stages of miser- I liness who deny themselves cvory / ple.'isuro and every luxury and ; even the common eomlorts of life ,' because they will not part j dollar. j Voti had heller try lo lire, wilt: of her tight-fislediicss sed by The He! i ; "'d lights comin Sviuueate. flames from different! while it was I rock. Shi •en gnav.' d the down Israeli Troops Key LEWIS - McLARTY INC. Hope, Ark. Pllol " s parts of tin- plane over the village." The London office of the Lockheed corporation, manufacturers of lhe Constellation, said il had been informed from Prestwick that the pilot overshot the airport runway in the misl as he made one run al the field. The airport and villages in the surrounding area were plunged into darkness after the plane struck lhe- high tension v,'ire. Tin- plane ater plowed through telephone wires, disrupting communications. 'I lie plan.-, named the Nninegon, was piloted by Koene D. " Panne- tier, one of IK, Hand's most noted -tlir-rs wi.-o wa.s chief pilot for KLM. He -,vas n-uorted amoiif lhe dead. Cotton Classing Office Urger by Grower's IThe v.-cis uo .SyVSJiU tht firef-af-th-i; . lungeci—circled, iiiovc-d with fearful ir ae.-'l around a, K! '"Arii-li, l Jibrin, and Uround Bet Natif, Jialf Jibrin and Belhle : I ; fanners must i Little Rock or in «. aid lOast Arkansas end cotton lo either Memphis for class- LAST DAY FEATURES *2 - 3:50 - 5:43 - 7:36 - 9;21 i.-^.o announced vesterday. j^.,^. „.,„ ,..,.,,. ,e t juiieu in i j ne senator also has scheduled have wounded 30 of them in a \5'"-< non-political talk Tuesday before minute battle today for the- Ricard|the Lions club here on "The United' mine near Ln Granclcombe. in , States' Obligation to Help Maintain south central Franco. '.World Peace." Ten of the injured police were in! ._ a serious condition, the Kemioffi j *"' --— -- cial French news agency said One ! miner was wounded.' All were I taken to the mine hospital. ' The interior ministry charuvci ! that 10 French coal mines have been flooded and one set afire by the neglect of strikers. The strike j • : Jor,'an Oct. 4. Violence flared this I week when Communist union led [ er;; ordered maintenance crews to j abandon mine pumps and ventila) tors. • ! The ministry announced thai po i lice were, sent by air to help clear i pickets from the mines. ! An official spokesman refused j details about the number of police sent by air lo the trouble spots. ! The proCommunist newspaper Ce i Soir said M planes carried 500 po j lice lo St. Etienne. where new vio j Icnce was said to have erupted I Another fiO planes with troops ar rived at Lyon. the newspaper said. The spokesman said these figures were "suspect." In the fighting near 'La Grand combe the miners hurled scrap iron, sticks and stones. The police dislodged the pickets at dawn. All -noon' the strikers returned with reinforcements and,set upon the police, who had dug in around the pithead. Tear gas grenades used by the police proved ineffeo live. The strikers captured and held some of their opponents while the rest of the police retreated. LAST DAY - FEATURES 2 - 3:54 - 5:35 - 7:32 - 9:21 HERE COMES THE LAUGH ®BRIGADE,f; IN THE fUNNIEST SAUSMAN STORY EVER TOtD" Volue for the fl'lllk %.^i^ f p£ ^-^|pt BROWN CALF Loafer shown above Casual comfort for-the style-wise Teen --Age crowd —. loafers,'moccasins, strap - mocs- — all priced for your budget. BROWN or WHITE Calf Moccasin 3. BROWN CALF Mocca Strap Loafer iN HOPE ITS I on s FOR SHOES

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