Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1948 · Page 5
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Thimdoy, November 4, 1948 " Auto Dealers Are Jailed for Failure to Deliver Cars Jerscyville, III., Nov. 2 —(/!'] , Robert L. Knct/.cr, Arthur F. . Kramer, and Kramer's wife Ldna, were? indicted yesterday oy a Jersey county grand jury in connection with their .multi-million dollar automobile transactions. Mrs. Kramer was indicted on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses. She allegedly accepted $1.GS7 from a Jersey villc businessman, Kenneth Brayshaw. oil (he promise that he would get a new ear. f''or KneUer and Kramer, it was their second indictment on charges of conspiracy to defraud and obtain money by a confidence '.'•cheme. A Madison county /'rand .jury took similar action against them a few weeks ago. bo-icis Kir me me,i were ssl at HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Monday, November 8 Presbyterian Woman's Federation will meet Monday at the cnurch at !) a.m. to make draperies lor the dining room. Luncn will '". s>;i'veu at Hie noon hour. There will be a Bible study in tne aue,- J5~ A w /^.v .-. SOOTHES IRRiTAreO MEMBRANES... Quick relief wifh MENTHOLATUM Don't give in Co head-cold misery—del Meiiiholat/nii. Feel Mcntholatum's famous combination of menthol, camphor and other fast-acting ingredients help thin out thick mucus, lessen congestion and swelling, soothe smarting nostrils. Soon soreness eases up, head starts to clear, you can breathe again in comfort. 35(! and 75(!. I am happy to announce to my customers and friends I have moved to — (Next Door to Young Chevrolet Company) We are equipped to care for your dry cleaning needs and still maintain our well equipped hat department. Get Hie Habit" WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church win have its business meeting at the church at 2:30 o'clock. Circles of the W.M.S. of the Bap- tisi. church will meet at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 10 The PrescoU Musical Coterie will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton at ;i p.m. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church met oh Monday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. N. N. Daniel. Lovely arrangements of chrysanthemums and petunias were used to decorate the rooms. Mrs. Vernon Fore, president, conducted the devotional. Mrs. Powell Morgan gave the 3rd chapter from the mission study book "On our Own Doorstep" on the Panama Canal Zone and Virgin Islands. During the social hour the members were invited into the dining room. The serving table was covered with a lace cloth and centered With an arrangement of chrysanthemums in a low bowl. Mrs James Daniel presided at the silver service. Mrs. Daniel served the cake to the following: Mrs. D. W. Durham , Mrs. Carl Dalrymplc, Airs. W. C. Reaves, Mrs. Powell Morgan, Mrs. Bob Reynolds. Mrs. Warren Cummings, Mrs. John Dc- woody, Mrs. Vernon Fore, Mrs. Joe H. Hamilton and Mrs. James Daniel. W.M.S. of the First Baptist church met Monday afternoon at the church for the regular business and mission meeting. Mrs. Jack Cooper, president, presided over (ho meeting which was opened with the singni" of "My Jesus I Love Thee" followed with prn.vcr by Mrs. Clifton Yanccy. tors, Roy Loomis, program leader, gave Hie program for the afternoon on the topic "What of the .lows?" She. was assisted by Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Watson White Jr., M.S. Lc-roy Phillips and Mrs. L. L. Buchanan. I here were fourteen members present. odism in Korea. Mrs. Milam served delicious refreshments to the following members: Mrs. A. V. llobb, Mrs. Lewis Council. Mrs. ,). C. Wooilul. Mrs. E. Adams. Mrs. Munn. Mrs. W. K. Burks, Mrs. A. B. Gordon, ivns. EvereUe K. Ward and M,.i. C. A. Wynn. Mrs. Bob Stewart wi.s a guest ol ihe circle. Those from the PrescoU Musical I Coterie .'who appeared on the fine I aris program at the Music clubs southwestern district that convened in El Dorado on Saturday were Miss Nina Catherine Scent who i sang a solo accompanied by Mrs. £red White at the piano and Mis:, Jeanctle Gardiner accompanied I with violin obligatto. i Mrs. J. V. McMah.cn and Mrs. L. J. Bryson also attended tiie meeting. Mrs. McMahen was chosen district recording secretary. Mrs. Hucy Milam was hostess Monday afternoon to Circle 1 of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church. The rooms wore lovely with bonquets of snapdragons and chrysanthemums. Mrs. 'EvereUe B. Ward, circle chairman, conducted the business session. An inspiring devotional was given by Mrs. E. Adams. Mrs. Munn gave the program on "Meth- $12,500, for Mrs. Kramer at $2,000. The two bankrupt dealers are believed' to owe $3,500,000, representing advance payments for cars which never were -delivered. The Halloween Carnival, Saturday, night. Oct. 30, which was sponsored by the P.T.A. was a hu:;c success. The candidates for queens were: Linda Barham, Barbara Ann Grimes, Linda Thompson, Jeanne Rose Jones, Amelia Harrell, Nancy Gulley, Barbara McCartney, Evelyn Sue Keeley, Bonnie Elgin, Wanda Clark, Jerry Ann Cox, Barbara Holder. Emma Jean McLel- Jand, Betty banner. Mary Jewelle Herring, Emily Mitchell. Shirley Ann Lambert, Lynell Harrell, Kay- King, Mary Ro:;c Stone, Lila Col- tingham, Frances Hasley, Marioii | Hart, and Nannie Joe Bargcr. The girls were all presented nosegays j and paraded down the center aisle ot the auditorium to the stage and were introduced by Mrs. Gene Hale. Dr. J. B. Hestevly, president of the school board, crowned Ihe four queens: Amelia, Harrell, Primary. Iv'iary Jewelle Herring, Park Elementary building, Nannie Joe Barger, Junior High School, nnrl Mary Rose Stone, Senior High School. First and second prizes in the parade of costumes were awarded to Kathryn Sue Lcmmer- hirt and Suzanne Lee. The net pro- r ceod from the carnival was $407. It will be used in the schools where it is most needed. The P.T.A. expressed appreciation to the par- cnta, teachers, and friends for helping to make the carnival a success. and especially that of the Fruit and Truck Committee. Miss Frances Thrasher. Chairman of the Publicity Cminnitlpp appointed t;> handle (he Nevada County Day aetivites, announced today that Ihe hostess have been selected to serve in the exhibit booth which will be built in the lobby of the Marion Hotel t'eaturiiu; tho agricultural and industrial growth of Nevada Couniy. The girls selected to serve a.-; h'o.itessos are Miss Virginia Ann Magness of Emmet, Miss Bobbie Cummin;':; Bluff City, Miss Phena Daniel] Laneburg, Mrs. Selena Uillartl 01 Kostiton. and Miys Marzelie J\Ie- Bride. PrescoU. These y011,15.; ladies will not only greet members of the Greater Litile Hock Chamber of Commerce and the visitors in the lobby of the Marion Hotel but will also distribute the souvenirs ivltich will bo given tn members ot the Greater Little Hock organi- sation on beiialr of the people of Nevada County. Other activities planned at this time include a luncheon which will be given Monday. November B at the Lawson Hotel for the P.T.A. Presidents ot Nevada County and (heir Executive Committees." The invitation the Greater Little Rock Chan.bor of Commerce extended to Nevada County through the Prcscotl Chamber was accepted in August by K. T. Murry, President. Oilier details concerning the plans ot the. program and other committee appointment will be announced later. Mrs. P. W. Turrentine, dean of women at Henderson S'tate Teachers College, has announced that ,il girl .students have been pledged to Grnek letter sororities on the campus. Pre.scoit pledges are: Alpha Sigma Tail. Miss Nancy Cummings, Delta Sigma Kpsilon, Miss Pauline Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Honea of Koule 4. Hussion, announce the birth of a son on October 2(> at Cora Donnell hospital. Canberra —(.•!')-— A new government order pegs aviation gasoline consumption at July ,1.' Prime Minister Joseph B. Chifley said the rcr.triclions will help to build up avialion gasoline stocks for defense purposes. The restrictions will not apply to international air services touching Australia. Budget- Committee Reassign merits Are Made Little Rock. Nov. 2 ~ (,V» — Ar- jkansas Legislative council bud»et I subcommittee members have beeii 'reassigned to permit eoordin;>te.d study of State department budget I requests. | Sen. Clyde Byrd. budget commit-! tee chairman, said Democratic gubernatorial nominee Sid McMath had suggested Ihe reossignnioni. Us purpose, he added, is to allow one Rroup to pass on all budgets receiving money lor a specific Byrd' appointed the following subcommittee chairmen: Sen. l.oe Bearden, Leachvilej and Rep. Dewitt Poe, . eC-ehee;- gcner.il revenue fund; Son rcnce Blackwell, PingvBluff, arid Rep. Louis H. CMstain, Fort Smith, public instJtu'fions fund; Reps. Clifton Wade;" FayettevilUs and Tom Allen. Brinkloy, Univer- •s:ty and college fund; and hlmseJJ. 'Hep. L. H. Autry, Burdcttc, and Sen. . .Russell . E i "t#..d, Siloam jiipnngs. chairman ofs.'three ttris- cellaneous funds. .3&: A gopher can digJIhole about' three teet straight ai '-»- "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN'' home: remedy for relieving miseries of children's colds. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Thornton ot t.l Dorado were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. V/. Durham. Mrs. Lelia Hays spent the weekend in. Greenville, Texas as the guest of relatives. Mrs. Cyrus Dickinson of Hope spent Sunday in Prescott as the guest of relatives. Doris Dickinson of Little Rock sociU the weekend with his mother Mrs. Sam Dickinson. Rucker Murry has returned to Bodcaw after a visit with hi;; parents, Mr. and Mrs.. 11. T. Murry. Miss Loyce Stewart has returned to her home in Little Hock utU>r n visit with her mother Mrs. Bob Stewart. inand Quality Boots A really fine 8-inch, Uicc-to-toc lo>"pcr boot: Water repellent Mack rctaiTup- per leather; t>iR double.barrcl-cil' leather sole with composition tap; regulation logger heel; rug- Red-. . . for he-man iluty. Logger heals on 'Star-Stands are ri<r/u. Designed :to shift hody weight to arch, ft assures correct .fi({}{>(m"c<iiiifort and balance,' SIZES 6 to 12 Donncll Buchanan, student at State A k M College ;H Monticello spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Gil Buchanan and other relatives. Officials of the Chamber of Commerce announced today that the merchants and business and pro- fcsional men of Prcscott who have contributed to the fund of the Packing Shed arc urged not to oveiiooK the important meeting which has been called for Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the City Hall auditorium, November 9. At this meeting a committee composed of Floyd Hubbard, chairman; Sid Purtle and Saxon PiCgan, will present to Hire group construction costs and the blueprints for the Packing Shed. R. T. Murry, president, wishes to again acknowledge the time and work which has been given to this project by the various committees Mrs. Lee Montgomery, an instructor in Bodcaw School spent the weekend in PrescoU. Waklon Holder has retunu-cl to A & M College, Magnolia after a v-.sit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Holder. "Where Good Shoes Arc Fined Correctly" THERE'S A STAR BRAND SHOf FOR EVER V POSE, SEE Ou PLETEiSELECJClQtf 107 East 2nd St. CORBlN FOSTER Phone 1100 WALTER GRAUPNER, Garage Foreman ROBERT HUDSQNJndustrial Sqlpsman! 1 1ft, TOMMIE THOMPSON, Carpenter These lour '40011 people have worked (or julm tliey ha\'e at Ivsso Standard, luisconipinrya total ol 102years.The aver- ()u-r :)()"^s~I^oTTh7e^n^uv set up a»c' for <;// 2S,()()0 Ksso Slandard Oil workers today is almost 11 years with the. company! In a /iinr likr ilii.i, narki'i'i like //»'.«• tin; ini'^lili 'j;(hid our}- /o htm; <ni ////• t>h — an iiinisiiiil "i';ood jolis policy.' It was b.i.M'd on tin: lx-lii.-l : that In UIT jobs \vould mean lulter workers. ;imi tluit would jneuii a better Sincr then, nilli din- n-urKcrs, ice lidiL' di'i'rlujx'd /ilditfi wliiclt i^irc a cry /•'»•<; S/<ni(/(.';-J u'urkcr t>uclt inli (ididntuacs as We Cloihc ihe Fasviily for Less 113 East Second, Phone 781 Stores at Hope, Prescott, Nashville and Magnolia Their I'.vU'a incii-mi't- of t-Uill. ev|ieri- i'lu-e and j««h loyally is .selling aiiia/.iu^ records in i>ruilin'liun to Iielp nieel an all-time jeroial lliiih drill;;,id i'or fjii-.ii- iilieaiid heaihi^ oi! and oilier pnxlitfl.^. ()iu- reaMiii itio'c' e\lr.i-"f<)<iil U'uikci'.s E O S 1' A - N ELLEN RUTHERFORD, Marketing Clerk * * w V. " - -,••,- k '- - * 'oiks to have around... lliesc: uniform!* goad ttttge scales... viuvitiiHis ii'///i iMiy...siti'cial benefits in ctinn of'sit'luii'ifs or accidents...chance ti> iidvtmvi* in lhtt-t:()iniiuny...cu'§h sav- ini;s in {i Thrift<Pliiii...fmr treatment til nil ji>b li'L-( j ls...(irid [dunned retire- nit'ttt icith steady iiicoiiutussureilfifrlifift :\l\^ fin's wa*. itone as a matter of good i'"''Jnt-s.s^Ji lias given i.>;ood business le- snlis. Not a strike or major work 'clliUnb- anee in over 30 years. Sleady,vskillful wra kei s on the job liecords in production when the country needs record supply of lil^iil'llLL X12L: J]''•'X/';' JU '£Jtty good folks to have around, from your point of \ie\V and ironi ours! ' 1 *N C. O.. M -I' ANY. 0 ' O .1' L

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