Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 27, 1948 · Page 3
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Wednesday, October 27, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE ARKANSAS an Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. October 27 The Methodist Choir will have practice Wednesday cveninc; at 7:30.;0'clocU at the church." All members are asked to be. on time. Thursday, October 28 The Country Club Bridge will.. meet Thursday from 10 to I -p.m. at the Club House Mrs. Donald Moore am! Mrs. bert Burns hostesses. There Clu a.m. with Hot-will . be a Pot Luck luncheon served at nqon nnd all members are UI-R%d to be on time. For transportation call 574-J or 1212-M. Boy. Scout Troop No. 90 of the First,. Baptist church will meet Ihucsday, October 28 at the church. Floyd K. Osborn, new scout master for this newly organized troop will meet with the troop. All boys intero.s-ied in Uih meeting are asked to bo present Thursday night it was announces oy C,pmmitteemuii Ben J Owen ,~ rhc F "day Music Club will meet •j,,nursday night. October 28 at 7-;-)0 iti the home of Mrs. Garroft Story. Saturday, October 30 Saturday night. October 30 a' seven o'clock the Presbyterian Youth Fellowship is planning a Halloween party for its members and their friends. Costumes will be in order, though not. required Mrs. John Harrie will lead the group in square dancing, and other entertainment is planned between dances. :30 to 1J:.'JO, Feilcl. at H _ Ihe Oglesby Junior teachers Association Rummage Sale, Saturday. October 30 in front of Gibson's Dook Store on .Elm street. I Coffee Compliments 1 Mrs. J. Strom Thurmond i Miss Hatlie Ann Feild and | Mrs. George POCK were hostesses j at a coffee Riven in honor of Mrs I J. Strom Thurmond. Thursday lv- ^ 'iween the hours 11 the home of Mis.s West Division. The Feikl home was attractively decorated with autumn leaves and varied colored chrysanthemums. Jnc dining table, covered with an imported madeira cloth, held a center arrangement of ohrysan thomtims and fall leaves. The ho.'-iesse.-, presented the honoroo wrth a lovely bronze mum corsage. The guests were "rooted at the door by Miss Carlene Brunei- and introduced to the receiving line which included Miss Fell;!. Mrs. J. arom Thurmond ami Mrs. Peck. Dispensing hospitality in the living room were Miss'Clarice Cannon, Mrs. Frank McLnrty and Mrs. Jack Cleary. Presiding at the serving table from 11:30 to n we're Mrs. Jack Lowe and Mrs. Chas. Dana Gibson. Mrs. Vincent Foster and Mrs. J, W. Branch presided from 12 to j 12:30. Further assisting in the dining room were Mrs. R. M. LaGrone Jr. and Mrs. Walter Verhalcn. Governor Thurmond slopped by the Feild home en route to the .ban- park where he addressed the Hope Lions. Kiwanis and Rotary clubs. He was introduced to the ladies present during that hour. The guests present were representatives of the social and civic organisations of Hope and this vi- High Parent I cinity. will have its ' 1*0(96 Mrs. Mac Stuart Entertains Cosmopolitan Club The Cosmospoiitan Club Tuesday night in the home of Mrs,,,Mac Stuart with Mrs. Perry Moses as co-hostess. Mrs. Hamilton Hanegan, president, presided over the business session. *;r Mr i; K olly Bryant introduced Mrs. P. L. Perkins who gave a very interesting review of the book "Tomorrow Will Be Better" by Betty. Smith. Mrs. Bryant gave a sketrjh of the life oi' Bettv Smith. During the social hour, the hostess served a delicious dessert plate.'-with coffee to nineteen members -and three guests, Mrs Ste- Coming ana Mrs. John M. Curtis and sons, Billy, Hoger and Mac spent the wee* end visiting her sisters. Mrs. Lester Hover and Mrs. C. S. Bit- DOROTHY DIX Cogey College Women 1 DK.-U! MISS niX; Do college wo-1 men want to tnuiry'.' Since loav-| i in;; eolloi'.e 17 year'; ;i!!n ! have I ') o s d to at least l.iO women. •; school teachers, bookkeepers, nnr- j i iiid other nrofessionnl \vomen.i i I i'i iid NO. 1. as:;od why. Tin'! i \ i n secmec! to be that I did not : [have enomih money. I have loss : (than l?3i'i(I in iho bank but I earn I iS'iO a \V;>PA. I When 1 si'ggosi marriage to them i'is an investment, they can't see it, jTliry oven blow up when I ">ro- ipi'so thai we buy a car together s:iv thiit they don't see why should put .'my money into a 'or mi', f tell thorn lh';>l all of ir- nov I am savin;; my \vifo get when 1 die. and that it is • than a government bond and the investment return will ho at least Ifinil per cent. \ cannot understand why women can't take marriage ;>s a business i 11 In iM'iin and again 1 ask if ii'U < women want to marry A T \NS\\F.R: . Prograsil.Sef- for Thursday Night . .e.iA-..-' 3 City Directory ; Information I Almost Complete i Completion of data for a city j ; directory is expected within a few ! | days and continued cooperation is i i urged, I All persons who have not sent in / intormation cards are asked to ] 'unit them to the Chamber of Commerce office at once. This ' ; information is necessary to cum- i j plete the directory. ' I . The ZV^gu'jGMc: Club will s(jon- j sor n benefit supper' at- the club j building "PBuMrfay night, ; October 2!!, startirm s t)l,- 1 V:;jO o'clock. Every-' one is invited to attend. Master of-A'PiVmomes v/ill be Irvin Burke; ----- — . Fulton School Loyalist, Rebels Fighting in Korean Cifly The ;i!Mt!;s3v;tJaHowcen Carnival will be hel« v S$iFu!ton school, Saturday, OMgfe: 30, sfartmg at (.:.«. p.m^iJ^ffiipiptil Frank Rid IT a 111 -. o\ m cod,,, Aylfft-n. . TI V c '^$I^M|' f( ? a(uri nfi "spooks, witches .aitapSSJfe,''. promises" enter- tainment-Tci'r all. The entire family is invited. Buses will run at G p.m n wan o marry i Seaoul, Koea., Oct. 27 —(UP) — .ONKT.Y nACHFT.OU l:°> r;l . lisl nnci ri>bc ' 1 U'oops were still ( —.,..,.„.„.__ . ' ' O- - piek-ir' Cn Mil)', out a husband, All of which j "" . ,, . j should make matrimony a more oni , i j 1 , ghlod , 'stable investment than it is now. " ; , 1 ., gs t rebels have not. yet t up in five Southwest | towns. It said air observ-! 'numerous" Red star- the North Korean, re- flyinh in Kirye, Sunchon, met tick and the R. F. Curtis family - in McCaskill. Officers and-mennot 1 an American submarine sln.ru! solemnly on the bridre as a cliaplain casts/a memorial wreath upon ihe waters of tl'te Pacific .'it (?ic co-.icia-son of'a K-ivy "- 1 -"•' '— "•- '-- '—' *"--'-- '•- ' sea rtiinii"-1..')i-hi \y-!>- I' 'i'iic v<)j- ".3 «». \jiitt~iin.mt. veto La; M. IILI;IIIISI Jill lYiCUlll Ui'Ull tliu iVuttJlb Oi IHl, A il\ Bay memorial ceremony for the men who lost their lives at sea marine theivproceeded further out to sea where the flowers shown strewn upon ti«S- o'ceah. PKEPTICAL OF REWARDS Pwangynng, Polsyori.' and \mi say that you cannot bring Tuesday afternoon. women to look on niarriage as ai The major fightin:; front shifted business mvest.moni. Possibly that , o the Chili mountains where the s becrmso so many ot (hem have robe i s hntl nod , prcpal .j n£ , £or lln been styn.; m (he Iransact.on. So| oxpccted soigo b ! lo!( , a! ^ onstabu . many of them who married forhary forces , pthilal ,\ clorcv ' So ' New raiils by the. .rebels ou the Ihev were Southern island of Cheju do were St. Joseph -I' Powns 12 tablets « "• U1 s> more, or accept less tHan the St Joseph at J.ts best." . in., i'lung Crcqmulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the scat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm nnd aid nature to soothe and heaTraw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes.Tell your druggist to self you a'bottle of Creomulsion witlwhe understanding j'ou must like theistvay k quickly allays the cough or jgu.a're to have your money back. forCougns.ChesfColds.Bronchiris TODAY - THURSDAY Merc Tficv Ccmc... ' •A.:. -J vrf n_i» \j \i v -«J ,' f- v/iv•/••,'.- t , iiiiillif .•-..-- »' !f-7:^~.':';.T<\3 C " mill Nancy GUILD CtaitaWINr, Chailie RUGGLES FayBAINTER TODAY — THURSDAY ^;-;i?>i 1 ' THL- YF./.i. ' V ''*^X PRIZE i': Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ellis were business visitors in Little Hoc); Tuesday. Mr .and Mrs. J. T. Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Will Munn are, spending tnis week in Memphis visti- mg relatives and friends. ^ersonal Mention Miss Brown Elected to International Relation Club Miss Clarice Brown was elected to membership of the International Relation Club at Otiaehita College, at a recent meeting of the club. This club is composed of History Majors who have high grade average. The Aim oi this club is to promote Good Will Among Nations. Each year the members of this club make two tours to historical points of-interest. Communiques With the Eigth Army in Tokyo, Japan, —Private James J. McKamie of Hope. Ark. is currently assigned for duty with the Occupational Forces of Japan at the 43th Medical General Hospital in Tokyo. Pvt. McKamic attended Spring V/hat a v/onc!erfu! coat! For fall, just zip in the lining and you'll nevar feel Ihe chill. For spring, without the lining, it's light and smart. And how quick and easy to make the chati&e! It's wonderfully Tailored, -loo. You'll say it's a marvelous investment! Ours alone. LADIES' SPECIALTY SHOP Hill High School.'Afl'4'i' bis onlisi- menl in the Regular.Army on June 21. 1946, he received-an extensive basic training ateFort.Bliss, Texas Shortly after he. -sailed' overseas tor occupation duty , in '..Japan. On his arrival he was assigned to the jOlst. Station Hospital, -at Sapporo Japan. Alter 13 months • dutv in Japan, Private McKamie .returned homo for discharge.. He reen- listod June 25. 1948. .-After a short assignment at -Ft. -Jackson, S.C. McKamic was aRainVc?.f;nt overseas for occupation duty, iij.'^pan. He v.us asignod tp ]( .tho. ^fHh-i in-,Tokyo, where he is pres,ent.L»- ; iie.i',yJng "as a medical teehni,c > ,iaj}|rpn''- ; \va|-cis at the main hospital. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. James V. McKamie, reside at Hope, Ark. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Discharged: Mrs. James E. Lavely, Hope. Branch Discharged: Mrs. M. T. Rowe and baby girl, Hope. to Get 1 Dining Halt, Student Center Conwny. Oct. '2 7—i/Pi—Construction of a combiner! dining hall and student center at Henclrix college \ will begin immediately. .Dr. Matt L. Ellis, president ,:-.;::-•. ur.nouneecl. General contractor for the $300.- bervsces m orsc Oct. 27 —i/i'l— New to work lodav, slowly " " H. Tippett, Hope, Josephine Mr. and Mrs. , , announce the arrival <;f a daughter on Oct. 26, 1948. Admitted: Mrs. H. Tippett. Hope. Miss Flora Lee' Powell, Lewisville. Discharged: : New Yorl- j Yorkers got jbut. in orderly fashion, as" the big- nnn i,,,-i r • • ,1 ,-• -,, 'T, iS' e - sl ljli -' ; strike in the city's historv 000 building is the George H. Bur- j passed the peak of its impact on den Construction Company of Lit-1 3. 500.000 riders, tie Rock, the low bidder. The hall, first to be constructed under a program financed by the recent million dollar campaign of Arkansas Methodists. will be .named in honor of. Mrs. G. A. Ilulen, dietician at Hondrix since 1917. During her more than ISO years at Hendrix Mrs. Huleii has served thousands of students, including military units stationed at the college during both world wars. Second building in the present construction program is a chapel and fine arts building for which plans are still being formulated. Mrs. Thos. Aaron, Hope. Mrs. J. J. Ballarcl, Hope. Holland Powell, Patinos. By SOPHIE KERR ScnolizofTon of screenplay from 0 novel by Prosper Mcrimcc Copyright, 19-t8, NEA SERVICE. INC. know where she is and who she's taken up with.'' Don Jose stood still, waiting for the whole story. "You heard her mention Lucas, the matador? Ho has a fine house in the street of the Ro.jari and every afternoon they are together • — ; — at the Carrol do la Plaza " Pablo lore interested'in Carmen | looked at him sideways. "I would ho fortune. "They always i certainly go there and bring hoi In Lucas' hbusv5 IqtjtVfhat' night. Carmen laid put '', tffe'i fiSrtiine- telling cards wtilr grc^'care. Shi- said. "The cards nevb'r'i'lie to a gypsy, my friend." But"she looked moody, and her mind -'was not the cards. Lucas watcher gi.ntly, ITU j A C(0 unionist strategy of j playing its power with a four-horn i stoppage misfired yesterday. Several/thousand of fi.fiGO workers who walked out refused to start buses •rolling on the seven privately oper- |atod linos. However, many were returnim.' j today. i An immediate issue was a strug- Iglo for power between left ami wing loaders of (lie powerful /1'ransporl Workers Union. I What This was the situation in 1 mid-'r,,;,,,, morning: • |'•'•">, All buses wore moving in the ' Bronx., In suburban .Westchcster county .service on all trolleys and buses of the Third Ave. transit system was reported near normal. "However, service hv the same line was spotty in Manhattan. In Manhattan the Fifth Ave. Coach Co. expected normal service by noon. Heavily loaded buses moved on the city's well-known avenue during the morning rush hour. The situation with the two other companies involved New York City Omnibus Corp. and Ave- inie B and Kast Broadway Transit Co ; — was uneven. The four-hour stoppage yesterday was ordered by TWU International president and City Councilman Michael J. Quill and his support vho I.I security have had to go lo | v/M-k to snri;ovl loafers. So many ' '.yho thought they were marrying {Fairy Prineos found that their ma- ites were Old Man Trouble. So it is i no wonder that the women who [have good jobs want to look into! his Bnuistreot rating when a man i pops tiie question' to them. , Von also say that ISO of these ! hard-headed mercenary females jluvve lol'usod to marrv you al; though you he'd out. the glittering i promise of 1000 per cent imorest '. o-.i their investment in a marriage jticens-e. Maybe it is because they ; weren't buying any nine Sky that jday and couldn't, figure out how on a salary of sf>0 a week a man ,. t- could belong to clubs and play a<l ' K " | round in high society and yet save "" :up enough money to leave'his wife •\ rich widow. •Jescribed in late reports reaching 1 ] Seoul. The government said one constabulary man was wounded DF,AR DOROTHY DIX: My husband and I are in our middle forties. Ho is two year.'; older than 1 am but 1 have boon in very bad health and have aged more" than he has. On s.evoral occasions lately women have told rno that they thought my husband was my son. makes people say such cruel JUST WONDERING ANSWER: Sometimes; they are motivated by malice but as"a general think it is just sheer stupidity. They kick tact and good manner's. (Released by The Bel! Syndicate Inc.) By EDWIN P. JORDAN, M.D. Written for NEA Service tell the truth, Lucas,"'she went on. Ho leaned forward".", casually. "And what are they telling you at this minute (hat make's you look like such a beniitijj.il thundercloud, my Carmen'.'" She- touched a card,- her voice low. "They toll me that the thing I have been expecting in coming nearer, l.,uca.s." Pablo's face appeared at the edge of the window.' Only his eyes were showing. ...They saw but wore not so'oo..._ ' •'• "They toll it might be soon now, Lucas," she :<aid. Pablo's face slid away from the \vindo\v, with narrow-eyed satisfaction. Lucas smiled. "You're really afraid ot something you see there, aren't you. Carmen'. 1 " Carmen patted his hand. "You are not the only one who lias death tor a business partner, little bullfighter. Death travels with me, too, in the shape of a man who loves me. The cards have always said that, Lucas. They said that such a man would • kill rno." Her voice rose restlessly. became harsh. "And I know such a man.' 1 face was piece of shelf. In the cave Don Jose's re-fleeted in iho broken mirror resting on Carmi His face was a bad face lalien, harsh and ugly. Were tortured and cruel. He- studied his own reflection with despair and hoard Dancairo's voice say. "Yes, you've changed.' "Wo become what vo do," Don Jose re-plied in a I'la.-h of bitter insight. "All these months I've boon saying lo myself— ! am not Joso do Navarro. I'm not a deserter. I'm not a robber. I'm not a murderer. I ani Don Jose Lixarabengoa, a well-bred. well-behaved, young man wilh a bright future who for llit.- moment is playing at being a highwayman hociiuse he loves C'ar- nien." He thre\v the mirror down. "Bui it isn't true-. I'm no longer Don Jose. We ijecome what wo do. 1 am Jose do iS'avarro. I'm just as erne] and ugly ami hai Garcia was." Uancaire looked at him uitvinv,- ly. "No, You'r you have ,'i eo really wicked u ere those v.'no : Thai's v.-iu,; d Illtisii.r.s ;inrl LOI:-;.. wrou;;. P;iblo came munjit.r wjs unlive i-agi.r. "1 'nave lie Navarre." ho -.aid. "You've nothing lo worry about. Carmf.-n'j having a good time like I thought. I back if she belonged to me"." Jose pushed Pablo aside' so roughly that ho staggered, lost his footing and foil. Dancriire chuckled. "Poor Pablo! No matter wl'ial b> does, ho always ends up the same way, on the floor." But Pablo .stayed where- lie was and watcher! Don Jose with eyes that wore .sharp with malice. Don Jos-j began to .select garmoms from a heap in the corner and prepared ai change his clothe:. Dancaire said, "Don't be an idiot! You can't go into the city They'll shoot you down without even thinking about it." At this Pablo crawled out of ihe cave and disappeared into the darkness. Dancaire went on in his ci,o detached way. "lie patient, amigu she'll be back one of these days You must gel used to this sort o thing." Don Jose turned his bond sharply to look at him, his eyes bla/.inr. "Never!" Outside' the arena of the Corral do la P)a:'.:i. Cannon loaned j to kiss Lucas, laughing happily, lie ! looked magnificent in lull matador • fighting regalia and she had never J looked so beautiful as at that moment. "There, little bullfighter," she said, "you will got another one Lvoryone gels tired sometimes. ^ ei->.. w- i but some people seem lo become T5' ! Vr ' - SOUKlu to sh(nv the slate-I excessively fatigued without any i nnhc Service Commission ihov apparent reason. Overwork ner- meant business in a demand for } vous strain or lack of sleo'p can paymeiH of back wages. ' cause fnlh;tie, but can bo corrected 'he retroactive payments to last 1 rather easily. Those people who "'lay 1, totaling about $.1,000,000 ' get. overtired because (hoy would rather Mi) someiliing else than got uion.i;h sleep are not the doctor's re.'.;|jonsib!lily. Many ehronicully lirod people, however, cannot put their I'ingors on iho cause so easily. In such cases ilio u'oblem i.. ; to try !o find out wha; is back ot the difficulty. People who are anemic are I'a- ea.'.'iiy; tfio.se who suffer irom chi onio infections also tiro quickly. Overweight persons may have llii;; symptom and some people simply have nervous svstom.s which wear out faster than norm a Common Causes ! In one .study of chronic fatigue, common causes wore j o chronic infections, dia- i ;i disease, .-were anemia, ) •lion.;, and various di- i the nervous system. I , vitamin deficiencies. ! pi ensure, and low mi.-l- wi're among the 'other i which were discovered. ! :ui-h definite physical con- I oun bo found. Hie treat. clear -to correct the ab- I rapidly u.; possible, j proper balance between 1 i-reation and sleep has lo j out. Change i.u' ucotl-, i doe. 1 ; not succeed. ! •ed to learn bow io I [wore agreed lo by union and com- j n-'iiios under Mayor U-'illi-ini 10'Dwyer's mediation. Payments ; average roughly ?XOO per man. j 'I he- agreement resulted in a :.'•! jeirls an hour w;r:.- increase, rais- j I"'- i j '"' to an average of Sl.-l 1 t:n ! hour. The eoiT.panie.; wore granted I .'i one-cent interim fare increase to ,help pav i'or it. j ti ,, 11 io moot the retroactive pay do-' i i"atld." the companies ,.[:,i n - ' t| 1( . y ; n ' >r! iar'-s of ei-i;; c:-nt.s instead !o, the present intevim six cents on x '•'" the ihu'i; and l:! or.nis instead Larsey to Moke Address Memphis Thoro was exeiloi tivily all around ll Corral th made up for the formal march into Iho arena itself. Tin .spasmodic roars ol the- cn,v.-<l in the stands allotted that llu liminary fights of the altormx \voro taking place. 'J'l:o main <-\'e! was being reailiet.!, the currii 1 featuring Lucas. The horses v.'ei Are you uotnv; tl-.rough the rune Uouu] 'middle HBO' period .peculiar to women (38 to 52 yra.) J Does this mnko you BuHer -from 'hot ilnahca, feel so nervous, high-strung, tired? Then DO try I.ytlln. 15. Plnkhnm'a Vet;etnl)le Compound to relieve such fiymptoms. Plnkliam's Compound nlso hna whnt Doctora call a stomachic tonic effect! 1Y9IA L PINKHAM'S AM IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO THOSE WITH Is unsatisfactory hearing retarding your business or social life? Sonotone offers you scientific hearing correction with coiitiiiLiintj care by a trained an'd qualified Consultant' HEARING SERVICE CENTER Barlow Hotel Thursday, Oct. 28 « 2 to 6 p. m. Mr. O. L. Radford, of Hot Springs, Central Arkansas Consultant will be In charge. TakV advantage of this opportunity for an examination df your hearing problems. No charge or obligation. THE HOUSE 6F HEARING with plastic curlers : plut1<fx Today's the day t to give yourself a TONJ> So lovely. The Toni wave i and natural-looking. Never frizzy. So fhrifty. Looks just as lovely artel lasts, just as long as-a $15 beauty shop wave. So easy. Illustrated instructions are easy as ABC to follow. JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. Our loss is your We are overstocked on these shoes and have to unload. Our Boss says lot them'go "'Most of these are below factory price. "' '•'•"•'•""" You'll find play shoes, sandals ci«d-i'dress shoes in high heels, low heels anduftjilijfqry heels. Suedes, patents, kids, pum£s,. | .j?f.raps, and ballets. MIRACLE TREAD — TARSEL Tli'EA : l$' CHARMTONE INCLUDED-.y-, : . BLACK, RED, GREENS, and BROWN 5.IZES,., 4 mi m •• . WIDTHS, AAA lo D * i S y ,J -If YOUR FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE

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