Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 2, 1948 · Page 3
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Tuesday, November 2, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Thre* Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. nif'ht. (tonight) November 2 at 7::>0 at UK.' V.K.VV. Hut. All ninnber.s arc nvncd to be pre- •icnl for this nice-tint:, WedricKcl.-y, November 3 Tin'- Gii I Scout Community Com- miiti.'o v.-iil i.-K-i-t Wednesday at m. ;il the liope City Mall. All .Scouts are urged to be present. Wr.dnesd.v/, November 3 Circle ;; of (he Women's Council of First (.'hrislian Church "will meet v ;ih;ju u'\. 7:.'iO in tin: hcme ,,i ;vlrr;. "Win. P. Hardegree with Mi.-;. Klrion Sleadman, co-hostess. Mr;-. Al Park will be in charge program. The Gardenia Garden Club will pic I Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 in the home ot'Mrs. Howard Bycrs with Mrs. Gib Lewis in charge of the program. Co-hostesses will be , iUr.s. P. H. Webb and Mrs. Lon MeLarty. Thursday, November ') The City Kodoraiion oC Garden Clubs will meet with Mrs. Floyd Crank 1702 South Main Street, Thursday, November 4 at two o'clock. Tuesday, November 2 The V.F.W. Auxiliary will mod LAST DAY FEATURES 2:43 - 4:48 - 0:£.3 - a PEGGY CUMMINS CHARIES CDBURM ... wil.h IIOYD Wed. & Thurs Filmed Exciting!-/ From The Best-Seller EltlC-H MARIA REMAKQUE'S B: CHARLES LAUGHTO 1WJ iltuttv A LAST DAY - FEATURES Captain Credited With Saving 59 Passengers Norfolk, Va.. Nov. 1 —-(UP)—p The captain of a coastwise steamer j today was credited with saving the Jives of all but one of his 59 pas- jsengers when his ship crashed into a lully-loaded oil tanker in heavy loy olf Old Point Comfort early ye-aorday. Cut dipt. E. II. Eaton, whose frantic maneuvering of the "Dis- itrict of Columbia'' kept her from smashing straight into the tanker and selling her 106,000 barrels of iK.-i.solinc afire, sobbed that "now : I've got this woman's blood on my hands.'' The dead woman, who was crushed in her stateroom when the vessels collided, was identified as Miss Marian E. McWhorter, 24, of Atlanta, Ga. Thursday, November 4 Tiie United Daughters of the Confederacy \viil meet Thursday. November 'I at 2:'.W p.m. in the home of Mrs. Don Smith with Mrs. J. Vv. Strickland. Mrs. Lex- Helms and Mrs. \V. T. Franks, co- liostesses. The Garland School P.T.A. will sponsor a barn dance and pic supper at the Fair park Thursday night at 7:I!0 o'clock. The public is invited to attend. Miss PegQy Lynnc Williams E n n ao i m e n t A n no u n cc d Mrs. ticld Williams announces the j engagement of hoi- only daughter. PcK^y Lynnc to William Graham Erov.-n, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. of Dallas, Texas. The ma:nage will take place in early December at the Ross Ave- bchool of Nursing in Dallas. The bride-elect is a graduate of Hope High School and the St. Paul tent is employed in Dallas. The groom-elect graduated from Dallas High School and Southern Methodist University and at present is employed in Dalals. Circles 1 & 2, First Christian Church Meet Circles 1 and 2 of the Womcns Council dt the First Christian Church held a joint meeting in Fellowship Hall, Monday afternoon at 3:30. Mrs. W. L. Carter, leader of Circle 1, was in charge of the program. The meeting opened wun the Lord's Prayer repeated in unison. Mrs. Oliver Adams gave a very inspiring devotional, followed by an interesting talk by Mrs. Ernest Graham. During the social hour, the hostesses, Mrs. George Dodcls, Mrs. B. L. Rettig and Mrs. R. L. Ponder served delightful refreshments to 22 members. W ^ /t 1.P fW ft a ii $* ^ W 3 11 l With © The Wolf man © LOSII CSucmey © Beta Lwgosi WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY- ««•& j©g! * Frances te. Charles Biddord • MLIIAW COK5AD Yoisr Best-Loved FLATS Shi BiKOWN CALF WIDTHS B to AAA e AS SEEN IN VOGUE CHAS. A, <* ./ \! .3 .^M.i.i COMPANY Circle 5 W.S.C.S. Meets Monday Mrs. Angus Dodson was hostess to Circle 5 of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist church, Monday x evening at 7:30, with Mrs. Mary I Kamm, co-hostess. | 'Ihe meeting was opened with j scripture reading and prayer by j Mrs. Delton Houston. A history of 1 Kn.'ea was given by Mrs. Dexter Bailey. A very interesting talk on the Colleges and Schools of Korea was given by Mrs. Tom Fulton. The accomplishments of Missionaries in regard to the Churches, Schools and Kindergarten in Korea was given by Mrs. Jack Hopkins. Mrs. Nolan Tollett, circle leader, presided over the business session. Plans were made for the joint meeting and banquet of the Circle and Weslcyan Guild to be hold next month in the Barlow Hotel. It was announced that eight Pack- -a-Towcl Kits for the Children of Europe were made during the month of October. The hostess served cake and coffee to 17 members present. UN May Hold on DOROTHY DIX Burned-Out Passion Paris, Nov. 1 —(UP)— United Nations delegates believed today that the Palestine issue mi., shelved by the general assembly until after Jan. 20 if Guv. Thornns E. Dewcy wins the presidential election tomorrow. Diplomats said sucii a postponement was inevitable unless Dewcy in event of victory, clarifies for the assembly his views on a final Pnlcstine settlement and on commitments made before Jan. 20 by the present American delegation. If no decision on Palestine is reached in this session of the general assembly, these sources said, a special assembly meeting probably would be called for February or March at Lake Success, N. Y. It was hoped, however, that a Republican victory would be followed by a strong statement making clear that Dcwey would stand committed to decisions taken here before his inaugration Jan. 20. American delegates were certain some kind of emergency improvisation would be made in the American delegation here if Dewcy is elected. It was expected that John Foster Dulles, believed slated for Secretary of State if Dcwey wins, would be given nominal control of the delegation's policies on major issues. Secretary George C. Marshall would remain titular chief of the delegation. It seemed likely that Dulles would be authorized to make a statement clarifying for the rest of the United Nations how the Dcwcy team stands on such major questions as the Italian colonies, the Berlin crisis and Palestine. The security council, aroused by the latest lighting in Northern Palestine in wmch the Jews were reported to have seized a!) of: Galilee, scheduled another meeting on the Palestine problem for Wednesday. There wore no meetings today as All Saints' Day is a national holiday in France. When the council meets Wednesday it will have to consider the completed version of the controversial Anglo-Chinese proposal for considering possible economic sane (ions against Jews unless they give up their recent gains in Palestine. Informed observers predicted Russia would veto the resolution. Girl Scout Troops Observe Scout Week Today, the third day of Girl Scout week is. called,, '.'Citizenship, Day". "The local girf scouts will put good citizenship to work today by taking care of small children while the mothers go to the polls to vote. The troops have been studying voting procedures and ether phases o£ government. Tourist 1 Court Operator, Wife Beaten to Death Memphis, Nov. 1 --(UP)—J. R Hester, 60 year old operator of ; tourist court, and his 5G year olc wife were bludgeoned today while asleep in their beds. Police said that robbery apparently was 111 motive. Mrs. Hester struggled from hei bed and telephoned for help. Th attackers had gained entrance through a window. Y. W. A. Meets Monday Night Members of the Y.W.A., Intermediate G.A.'s. Jr. G.A.'s and Jr. R.A.'s of the First Baptist church met in the Educational building Monday night for their regular monthly business and social meeting. Mrs. Charles Reynerson opened the meeting with prayer. Circle (i of the W.M.S. of the church served a delicious supper plate with coffee to 50 members, 'ihe • dining room was decorated with orange and black halloween decorations. The R.A.'s were honored at the supper meeting as next week will be R.A. Focus Week. Following the supper meeting the groups adjourned to their study rooms. The Y.W.A. meeting was called to order by the presi- I dent. Miss Mary Ethel Perkins. The ' Y.W.A. song "0 Zion Haste" was sung by the group followed by prayer by Sue O'Steen. Eleven i members answered roll call and one new member, Miss Edith Ward was welcomed into Y.W.A. During the business session, committee reports were heard and the November Community Mission was discussed. It was voted to meet on Monday. November 22 at 7 o'clock in the Educational Building for the regular mission study which will be led by Mrs. Aaron , Tollelt. Mrs. S. A. Whitlow as- j signed parts to the Y.W.A. members for Stewardship Night, November 10 at the church. In the absence of the program chairman, Miss Eugenia Sue Hassell, Miss Betty Martin gave an interesting and inspiring story on "Modern Ruth and Ester" by Miss Margaret Lindsay. Seventy per, cent of the natic dresses',"" coals', blouses and f on furs women are manufactured every year in New York state. There is no question that I am asked oftcner by wives than how they can revive a dead love and ilv Set back the men they have lost. ho I ' { '"-' answer 1° "> al pitiful question is. .sadly, that it cannot be done. Once a woman has lost a man. he h,is gone beyond recall. Once love lias fled, it is gone forever. Once pa.ssion has burned itself oui. here is no rekindling its deaa shes and blowing them into flame gain. No woman is miracle work- i; enough to breath the breath of ife again into the corpse of a deaa ove. It is easy enough for a woman o make a man Kill in love with icr the first time, but it is a •Unit tht she cannot repeat. Once ie has awakened from love's •oung dream, she cannot hypnotic him back to a state where ' ho sees her as the One and Only j vonian in the world. All her arts ' nd wiles are practiced upon him n vain. The beauty he once hought so ravishing has ceased to ippeal to him. The little tricks and iianners he thought so cute leave cold. Where lie once saw only i )crfection, now he perceives only Blemishes. Nor is the man to blame for this. o one knows why he loves nor why he ceases to love. It is not a natter of volition. It is a matter of taste, and we have no more control over that then we have over any other phenomenon of lalure. (lie luckiest when he got man in me her for a wife. 7:30 a. in., less than an hour after the trio was believed to have finally dug out, Ashe said. The convicts were identified as I Eugene West, of Somerset County: ! Ulious H. Wynn. Washington coun- j ty, and Andrew T/oe White, of AI- j leuhency county. All were serving world | terms for burglary, Warden Ashe said the men chip. Hearing for Local Option Election Set (Released bv The Inc. Bell Syndicate. 1 Convicts Tunnel Way Out of Prison Pittsburgh. Nov. 1 (UP>—• Three convicts tunneled their way out of Western penitentiary and escaped today, Warden Stanley Ashe reported. The break was discovered about through the boiler house floor, tun- Hi-Hod under a walk and carne up outside the prison wall. Police and sheriff's deputies began an immediate search of the area and sent out a three- statr alarm. The throe were believed to he still wearing prison clothes. West and White were both long term convicts. Prison officials said they were uncertain whether the trio dug (he funnel with boiler house too'.s or if makeshift tools had been used. The tunnel opened into a vacant lot at the rear of the community house near the prison wall. El Dorado, Nov. 2 — (UP) hearing on a proposed local option election in Union county will be resumed Thursday. County Jurist) George Tatum called th« : election for Oct. 28, but the wetit challenged the validity of 47tt names on the petition. due io colds... eased without "dosing" VISJSJt for No Explanation Often a man who has loved a woman can no more explain, even .0 himself, why he has ceased to -ovc her than he can why he hat, ceased to care iov the food he mcc craved. Nor can he any more :ielp it or make himself want her Ihan he could the all-day suckers no was so crazy about in his boy- :iood. It would save women a lot of heartache if they would only face the fact that there is no reviving a dead love, and that there is '.bsolutcly nothing that they can do about if except to accept the tinality. To reproach the man with his fickleness is folly, since he cannot help it. To weep over him and appeal to his pity because he> has wearied of you only makes him the more tired. To pursue him only makes him flee from you the faster. It is the part of wisdom and dignity for a woman to let the man who has ceased to care 1'or her go in peace, since he is lost to her anyway, and for her to center her interests on aims and aspirations that will fill her life. There are many things in the world better vyorth striving for than the affections of an inconstant man. But there is one comfort for wives, and that is that while it is impossible to resuscitate a dead love, it is easy enough to keep one alive. A man obviously is in love with a woman when he marries her, or else he would not take upon himself the responsibilities of marriage. If he falls out of love with her, nine times out of ten it is because she has been too lazy." or too stupid to take the trouble to keep him thinking that he was Coming and Going S Sgt. Blake Sehooley arrived Saturday Ironi the Johnson Air Base in Japan after serving 1!) months with the Army Air Corps. S Sgl. and Mrs. Sehooley are making their home at 321 West Second St. here. Mrs. Tony Todaro of Shreveport is visiting ' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Kogers this week. Births Mr. and Mrs. George Roebbke of .Stuttgart announce tire arrival of ;i daughter, Linda Jeanne, at a Stuttgart hospital. Mrs. Roebbke v.-as formerly Miss Claudia Agee of Shis citv. Hospital Notes Josephine Admitted: Clyde Walker. Mr-- I!ay Sewell and little sun. Lewi.-ville.' 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