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Page Two Social ana P< HOPE STAR, HOPE, A R K A N S A S 'octal ana rersonai Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4PM MoftdSy, November 15 Tho Women of the First Presby- fOTK'vn church will meet Monday .yftcinoon at 2:30 O'clock. All merri- - Gt:ek,.me urged to be present. The Y.W.A. of the First Baptist church will meet Monday evening al cl3 in the home of Miss Marv Kihol .Perkins on North r-'icct All members attend. are Horvey urged to Monday, November 15 The Fidelis Sunday School Class of the First Baptist church will have Us regular monthly business mc'efin" and Thanksgiving partv JTonduy, November 15 at the church at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses will TO Mrs. E. I. Morrison. Mrs. Inez M-tii!? and Mrs. Herbert Dodson, Ttiesflay, November 16 The American Legion Auxiliary wjll i.icfl Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in. tho home of Mrs. Thompson ^v.TK. Jr.. 202 South Grady with Mrs James Pilkinton. Mrs. Fred r.'oiH-iison. Mrs. W. O. Beene, Mrs Alvin Robertson, • Mrs. Mary JTnmrn, and Mrs. Evans, hostesses the' Arkansas-SMU game Saturday afternoon. C. V. Nunn. Sr. left Saturday for FayeUeville to attend the Arkansas- SMU game. He will be accompan- 'cd home by Mrs. Nunn who has been the guest of her son. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Nunn. Jr. (his week Terms Report [ Administration November 13, of 'Meeting' Dangerous 12 — (UP) power sources Very said Mrs. Dcvvoy Potman nnfl children, Sybie and Buddy will n-fnrn Sunday iiighf from Kilgore, Texas aft-'.-!- ;i four-day visit \vilh Miam! Mrs. Jack Spra'Uin and family. Paris, Nov. high Western ,.,„„_ „„.,,„ salu (today that reports of possible high- ieyei American-Russian peace talks came irom a Soviet propaganda offensive of a very dangerous kind. ' ' American officials have not discussed in any way the Mr.) of di- icct talks between President Tru- jman and Premier Josef Stalin, or sending of a "peace mission" the Kremhn, since i-.Ir. Truman •Hopes to Get r$ n • backing Oglrxiby P.T.A. will meet Tuesday, November 1(3 at the school, in a Executive Board will meet at • n clofck/ . Mr. and Mr.v. Leo Ray and dnugli- tor. Kay have relumed from Tyler i le.xas whore thev witnessed the' | McNoe-se Jr. College and"" Tyler | Commercial College game in "Tyler on Thursday night, Thev i>-ern accompanied home bv their ~on Jack, of McNee.se Jr. College,' Lake Charles. La. Among the Hope fans atd-nrlin" the H.>pe-Smackover game Friday night in Xinarkovpr wrro: Mr. and Mrs. Pufus H:>rndon. Jr Mi- Mrs. K. L. Archer. Jr.. Mi- »><-' to and and several weeks ago considered sending Chief Justice Fred Vinson to Moscow, the sources said They said Moscow pa.'-; comment on the advisability of ucb an undrtakmg reprecnts a propa-eat undertaking represents a propaganda peace offensive of a very dangerous kind because ev-ry ine jin the world wants peace They | soid that was just the procedure ! to animate that desire, an;! thereby 'cold w - h ° U ' S ' posUion in th '° The source, who could not be named immediately. represented Washington, Nov. 12 — f/P) — A new GOP pledge to help friendly nations regain their feet defensively raised administration hopes today for Republican backing of the forthcoming arrns-for-Europe program. In a declaration aimed pointedly at Moscow, Senator Vandenberg ol Michigan put his fellow congressional Republicans on record-- as nearly as any one man can — j n lavor uf helping western Kuopc to deiend itself. The News of the Churches FIRST PENTECOSTAL . Fourth and Ferguson Rev, T. F, Ford, Pastor Sunday School—9-.15 a m Morning Worship —11 Young Peoples' Service — p.m. Evangelistic Service —7-:iO Tuerday, " meeting. Thursda-. .-, --V-.HI^I^T, i u J ;i ^..isui I IL. tj Secretary of State George Marshall Shower Honoring Rev. and Mrs. S. Joseph Gen,o *[> the Tabernacle'' Fellowship Jiall a shower and: reception was Civil on Friday night in ,honor of ?r CV - tr an ™ ^ s ' S ,~' Joseph Geno Mrs. H. Prul HoklricJge was hostess and was assisted by some of the Indies of Ihe church. Rev. S. Joseph Geno was united in marriage to Miss Dorothy Bt-r- l? ri . ">*•, 'he home, of the bride in ';»>'nsOld, Missouri,by the iRev. Waiter Prophet on Tuesday iven- Jiis, November 9 at 8 o'clock. Tfhey jouineyed to Branson, Missouri, and Hot Snrings for a brief honeymoon nnd came to-Hope Thursday v.h-r- together they will, .continue as educational and Musical Directors of Hope Gospel .Tabernacle. They are at home in the apartment ni h<? church's New. Fellowship r omina and Goina Mr nnd Mrs. Leo Robins and htors, Sandra and Betty nnd >jb Asher Hudson -of Emmet, left afurday morning for a week-end j'jt in FayeUeville and to attend rt-u Nclle McCfiffjo. and Mrs. John Voscv.""MrV and ! Mrs. John Britt. Mr.' find Mrs '-. Jewell Moore, Dr. Don Smith. B. son. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Morris Tony Bo.yett. Ppegy Marie Pentecost, Creighton Midcllebrooks Lvle Moore, Jr., Colhevint- Cox Rili Routon, Mr. and Mrs. Duf'fie D Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Bin ford Mr- Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Sid McM.-ith and son, Sidney: Mr. and Mrs George Newborn and son Benjamin. Miss Norma Jean Silvey is spending the week-end with 'friends in Arkaclolphia. Mr. and Mrs. P.. L. P«Mii». Li'*h"v Hollamon, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clyd- Monts and Talbot Fcild Jr left Saturday morning by plane for Favetteville to attend the Arkansas- sMU game there. Personal Mention Miss Virginia Ann Magness rf fcmmet who is attending Henderson State Teachers College. Ai-;-~a- delphia. was chosen by th- oi r is ot the Henderson Home Economics _ -more than a year. The comment appeared to deflate speculation that Mr. Truman might be planning to revive bis pre-election plan for senclin" an emissary to talk directly with Sta- 15 Ex-Guards Hanged in Prison Camp Munich, Germany, Nov —Fifteen former guards Mauthausen concentration „„„,,, -... were hanged today for slaying moie "• inan 4,600 war-time inmates, in- Sta1 eluding 47 British and airmen. American war crimes court of Michigan senator, who steps clown in January as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told the Reserve Officers Association in Philadelphia last '•While never neglecting prudent conservation of otlr own resources we shall aid other friendly, indol pendent nations to stand on their own feet in defense of their own freedom^ Western civilization shall Vandenberg put this warning to Moscow on top of another assertion; That it would be a dangerous miscalculation for the Kremlin to believe .that qresident Truman's election means any softening in American opposition to further luissian expansion. While he did not specifically promise support of any military aid plan, Vandenborg's statement scr-mod to represent a step beyond the point he was willing—or able —to reach in his United Nations resolution which the Rcpublican- i controlled Senate adopted last June. That resolution pledged only 'Progressive development' regional and other collective yangcments for individual and lectivc self-defense in accordance iW.tn the purposes, principles and at the i provisions of the (United Nations) camp charter. "Association of the States, by constitutional American j with such x x x tice. Friday Study. Anyone who these services invitation. 6:30 2 p.m.—Ladies Prayer 7:30 p.m.—Choir prac- 7:30 p.m. — Bible Wishes to join us in are given 'a cordial BROADCASTING SYSTEM DOROTHY DIX Mutual Adaptation of ar- col- 12 United process arrangements as are based on continuous and ef- been convicted by an I Active self-held and FIRST BAPTIST £° r " er . Third and Main Streets S. A. Wnitlow. Pastor Jarnes E. Birkhead, Music Director 0:30 a.m. —Sunday School. II. E Xnrash. Superintendent. 10:50—Morning worship with lh" message by the pastor. 0:30 p.m.— Training Vance Smiley, Director. 7:30 —Evening worship with message by the pastor Monday: 2;30 p.m.—All circles' of tlv Woman's Missionary Society will meet at the church. 4 p.m.—Sunbeams meet at tho church: Junior G.A.'s meet at the church and Junior R.A 's meet it the church. Wednesday, 7:15 p.ni • ship Hour. The midweek for the whole family. Union, the vs, -Fellow- worship FIRST METHODIST West 2nd at Pine Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pai itor church meeting ex- at THRILL DRAMA OF LOVE TOUCH. DOWNS Department to represent them the semi-annual Province meet in Jackson, Mississippi this weekend. Each college department from all the states, composing the deep South will send two representatives. The daughter of Mr. and Mr<; A. E. Magnoss, Virginia Ann will be remembered for her outstanding work in home cconomci.s while a student in Hope High School mutual aid as affect its national securi- Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: S. H. Briant, Hope. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. James M. Hudson Emmet. Discharged: Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Washington. A. J. Kent, Patmos. and ty." Administration leaders made it plain that, while they had few doubts about his views they are happy to have this public word To them Vandenberg apparently again has become the top GOP spokesman on foreign policy — a role ha naturally yielded during the campaign to Gov. Thomas E Dewey. the party's presidential nominee. Educa- a.m. Jim terminating inmates by various methods, including shooting, hanging, beating, trampling, drowning, sulfocalions and injections. Thirteen of those sent to the gallows this morning were S. S (Storm Troops) men. Two were inmates who turned on their fel- Ipw prisoners. The executions raised to 58 the number of war criminals hanged at Lanclsberg prison in the past month. TUESDAY A 4$ BUT THEN HER METHODS ARE UNUSUAL \...(AND TOO DELIGHTFUL BY WILLIAM fRISH Copyright by Williom Irlsh—Disltibutcd by NEA SERVICE, INC. THE STORY Time, 1880 Place, New Orleans Louis Duranc;-. 37, a well-to-do bachelor, has been corresponding with. Miss Julia Russell, whom he has never seen. He has proposed marriage and she has accepted. According to her picture, Miss Russell Is darkhalred, strong- featured and no longer young. Durand goes down to the dock to meet the boat that is to bring her from St. Louis. He is dumfounded when an exquisite young blond creature introduces herself as Julia. She explains her little deceit by saying she dic'n't want him to fall for just a pretty face. Durand is enchanted with her and they are married. Certain things! puzzle him, however, during their first clays together. Among them is the fact Julia has never opened her trunk. When a letter arrives from her sister chiding her not writing, he insists she reply, takes her letter to mali himself. Returning from the bank, where he has arranged to let Julia share his account, he finds a letter addressed to him from Julia's sister It says she has received a communication signed with Julia's name but in a stranger's handwriting. She demands an explanation. Durnnc:- rushes home to fine) his wife gone. Her wardrobe closet is empty. "Mr Lou, you're not. hearing me. You're not heeding." She ventured on into' the room bringing the lamp with her, and the light eddied and fluxed before it had settled again. She set it down upon the table. Then, as if kindled into niver by sight of his wasted grief, as" if vindictive with long-delayed revelation, she went to the bureau '.nat had been Julia's. She threw i^n a drawer of it with such •"f'htcous violence that the whol" • •;_bineL shook and quivered. She plunged her hand in, unerr- • ngly striking toward a hiding place she knew of from some past discovery. Then held it toward n.m in speechless portent. Within H was rimmed a dusty cake, a p-^uille, of cheek rouge. She threw it down, anathema. Her hands went up overhead, Sunday School —0:45 a m Morning worship — id-50 Sevmon: -'Why I Believe in Christian Education"—Pastor. Wesley Club Supper at —G p.m. Young Peoples Group —6:30 p.m. Evening worship—7:30. Sermon- A Purposeful Pilgrimage" by Wednesday, Nov. 17 at G:30 p m —1- ami y supper, everybody invited. Following this the Rev" Fr"d K. Harrison will speak to us giviri" his impressions of the Amsterdam Conference—7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN SCO East Second Street Stephen Cook, Pastor Nancy Deal, Director of tion Sunday School —9-45 Miller, Supt. Morning worship —10-55 Sermon: "What God Delights In" Anthem: "Hilltop" by Wvlic A nursery is provided'during the morning worship. Vesper worship —5 p . m . The evening worship will be conducted by the young people of the church -they will present a special program in observance of Assembly's Youth Night. All Young people and friends of young people are invited to this service. P.Y.F.—0:15 p.m. Royce Weisenberger will talk to the young people. Charlotte Tarpley will lead the devotional and refreshments will^e served. Choir practice will be announc*- ed later. Dr. A. F. Fogartie of Little Rock superintendent of Evangelism and Home Missions in the Synod of Arkansas, will conduct a series of revival services every night at 7-30 beginning Tuesday, Nov. 1C Everyone is invited. A church home for those awav from home and a welcome to all. Saturday p.m., Nov. 13 12:45 Football game: Indiana Michigan—M 1:<!5 Football game: Ark SMU—M 4:30 Proudly We Hail—M 5:00 Take a Number—M 5:30 True or False—M 6:00 News, 5-Slnr Final (i:15 Week in Sports 6:30 Robert Hiirleigh—M 0:45 Mel Allen, Sporlscast—M 7:00 Twenty Questions—M 7:30 Leave it to the 7:55 Silver Strings S:00 Gabriel Hcattcr- H:15 Lanny Ross—M 0:30 Meet tho Boss 9:00 Chicago Theatre of Air—M 10:00 Accent on Youth 10:15 Club Rendezvous 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch —M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off Sunday a.m., Nov. 14 Girls—M -M is your opinion on the sub- f>:00 6:25 6:30 6:40 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 5:00 8:30 8:45 8:55 9:1)0 9:15 9:30 10:00 will ! 10:15 10:30 Coin- special with | quivered there aloft, vibrant"with i As doom and malediction. I b-jen ;; bad woman living in your hoiif-e! They's been a" stranger Mi-eping in your bed!" streets in tho XIV H was dark now, the town had dropped into night. The town <? world, hi.s mind, were han«- ing suspended in bottomless niahl it was dark outside in the and it was dark in here room where he stood. lliere was no eye to pierce the larkness where he stood: he was none, unseen, ungnessed-at II" was something motionless stand- I ing within a black-lined box' f it breathed, that was a secret Between God and itself. That ind the pain he felt in breathing; UK! a lew other things Then at last >-,ii,',' i;.-i.* I proached. risi'nc ascending the stairs outside As it rose, it strengthened, until -u r' S i , 'V s , r " cus ''•' um ' into vi(v w: a lighted lamp danein" restlessly from a win ' ... • . Sarah as sh unuer floor. The lamp exi.iloc manent da/;de that Hatless, coalless, hair awry, just as the discovery had found him in his room moments before, ho was running like someone demented through the quiet, nightlidded streets. At a crossing he spied a carriage ahead. He ran clown the roadway alter it full tilt; floundered into it and clicked out the- address of the oanker Simms. At the banker's house he rani' the bell like fury. A colored servant led him in showing an offended mien at his impetuosity. "He's at supper, sir." sbe said disapprovingly, "if you'll have the Patience to .seat yourself just •• li-w minutes and wail till be through—" "No matter," he repeated. "This And | fan I wail! Ask him to come out • here a moment—" The banker come out into the hall, brow beetling with annoy,- ... i ance still chewing food and with 1'a e light ;ip-i a nakpiii still trussed about his Irom below, collar, \vhen he saw who it wns outside. As I 'us face cleared. j _ "Mr. Diirand!" be said heartily { What brings you hen I hour? Will you RRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Wm. P. Harclegree, Minister 9:45—Sunday School. We hav classes for all ages. You will find a class-in our'school that you like to attend. 1C:50—Morning worship, rnunion. and Sermon. r i'he music will be a .solo by Mrs. Jarne<- ; A. McLarty, Jr., "The Khu.' o! Love My Shepherd Is". (i—The Junior and Senior CYF will meet (or a social hour and refreshments. 0:3C—Group meetings and lesson lor the Junior and Senior CYF. 7:30—Evening worship, Communion, and Sermon. The special inu- i t:ie will bo by the chuir, "Just i You Are". The- Minister will ! They's i givc fll ° fourth in a series of ser- '' mans based on UK- book of Revelu- ' tion. The sixth chapter of this book will be the basis for discussion dealing with the inlerpivla- tion of the seven seals, Tuesday, 10—There will be an all day sewing for the members of the Women's Council. This will be the last .sewing date in preparation for the Bazaar. Lmu-h will bo served to those who attend this meeting. Wednesday, 7:00—There will be a dinner, business meetinp, and program for the Laymen's League in Fellowship Hall. All men of the church are asked to attend this meeting. Thursday, 7:30—Choir rehearsal. gets at such an '•limbed toward by Aunt ! us at come in and join ciis- . him She him. He t nu-led app ; lu- came nearer, "You're"' aYl XM>t-- U hat's the matter, man''" My muney —" Durand tlu- like one struck de-d. his feel, bin dead. He u-r. lor his eves w.-ie e. He could isear her. sbe whispered half: ".Mr. Lull, what ;• 11? What is it. Mr. Lou 1 .' hi-r, he snok could ,-e.'.'n her I'U lor when mi-hi, •ne.11 v "V\'hat is it. Mr. "f your money?" "Is il thorc— •• iniK-lu-d---'.' When y, \va.s my '"" GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street Elbert Osteen, Pastor Rock of Ages Broadcast from j tlii- church auditorium, 0 to !l:3u I a.m. ] Sunday School 10 a.m. Grady i Hairston, Supt. . " ! Morning Worship—11 ! B.T.C.—0:45 p.m. i Evening Worship—7:30. 1 Monday, Auxiliary—2 p.m. Mrs. ! Wade Warren, president. I Wednesday, Toachers nu-efinL; —• I 7 p.m. with prayer Kt-r\ it-i.- at 7':30. ! You arc- invited tn worship v.iihi us. . i HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 N. Main Street H. Paul Holclridge, Pastor The Tabcrnai-lo announci-s a revival to Ln^jin on Sup.day. No\'ein- bur 14 u-ilh Iht' moniiiif; serx'ici-. Kev. F.. R. Black of Forrest City. Arkansas will bo the evangelist. Thero will be services each "even- at 7:30 exeeplin;.; Saturday. The public is cordially invited. Sunday St-hool—9:45 a.m. Radio Bible Class—10 a.m. Morning Worshiu—-11. Sermon bv llu- Hev. K. K. Black. The Gospel Hour—1 p.m. Choir Re-hear.-..;;,I ---l.-S'O p.ni. C_. A. Services- -G; ij p.m. Iss'an.LieHstie SL-I-VICO --7:3D p.rr: Sermon by Rt-v. K. R. Black. Mo>> i!irouv.b Friday, j vices—7:30 p.m. 6:57 SU'n On 7:00 Lew White Organ Melodiw i:30 Hymn Time 7:45 Four Knights 8:CO Unity's Gospel Hour 8:30 Church News of the Air 8:45 Silver Strings 8:55 News. First Edition '1:00 Rock of Ages Broadcast 0:30 Voice of Prophecy—M 10:00 Radio Bib'? Class 10:30 Reviewing Stand—M 11:00 First Baptist Church Sunday p.m., Nov, 14 12:00 William L. Shirer, News—M 12:15 John B. Kennedy—M 12:30 Cote Glee Club 12:50 Saenger Preview 12:55 News, Noon Edition 1:00 Gospel Hour 1:30 Music for Sunday 2:00 Sunday Spotlight News 2:05 Keynotes by Carlt; 2:15 To Be Announced .2:30 Juvenile Jury—M 3:00 House of Mystery—M 3:30 True Detective My stories--M 4:00 Friday Music Club 4:30 Quick As a Flash—M 5:00 Sunday Down South 5:30 Nick Carter—M 6:00 Sherlock Holmes—M C:30 Roy Rogers' Show—M .7:00 A. L. Alexander—M 7:30 Under Arrest—M 8:00 Secret Miss 1 ""—M 8:30 Jimrnie Fidler—M 3:45 Twin Views of tho News—M 9:00 Voices of Strings—M 9:30 Symphony in Miniature 10:00 William Hillman. News—M 10:15 The Del Trio—M 10:30 Larry Clentons Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign-Off Monday a.m., Nov. 15 5:57 Sign On Hillbilly Hoedown Bargain Roundup News, First Edition Arkansas Plowboys Market Reports Farm Breakfast Program Melody Boys The Devotional Hour Musical Clock Sunrise Serenade Bob Poole's Show—M Bob Poole's Show—M Arkansas News Roundup Cecil Brown—M Faith in Our Time—M Say it With Music—M Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M Gabriel Hcatler's Mailbae —M 10:45 Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kale Smith Speaks—M ill.'15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Pamela l!:-!a Music by Monroe Monday p.m., Nov. 15 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hopo Chest—M •2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Ozark Valley Folks—M 3:00 Song of Love 3:15 The Johnson Family—M (Released by 3:30 1-190 Club " 4:00 Swing Time •I:-15 Guest Star 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Stipe rrn an—1VI 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom'Mix—M 0:00 Salon Serenade C:15 News, Five Star Final G:25 Today in Sports 0:30 Heury J. Taylor—M 0:4:") Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 7:55 1-iv Gardner—M i!:00 Gabriel Realtor—M t!: 15 Mutual Ncwsreel—M 11:30 K. J. Hollywood Slorv—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M .'1:00 Fishing A-" Hunting Club- 0:30 Michael Zarron's Orch.—M 0:45 Tom Grant's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Wally Wickcn's Orch.—M 10:30 Larry Clintons Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M U:00 Sign Off Dear Miss Dix: Should a wife go out with her husband when she would rather stay at home and '•cad of an evening? Mv husband and 1 have bitter arguments over tins He contends that we should make a mutual effort to please each other, even though our preferences would dictate otherwise. I feel that it is not necessary for husbands nnd wives to deny themselves in their personal comforts and pleasures in order to please their mates. What ject? . MRS. 0. S. Answer: I think your husband is right, and that it is only by husbands and wives making a never- ending effort to adapt themselves to each other and to please each other that marriage can be made a success. The idea that people will go on loving each other, no matter now they treat each other, simply because they are married is all wet. ' Mutual Sacrifices Quite the opposite is true. If husbands and wives keep in love with each other, they have to do everything in their power to make themselves attractive and agreable to each other, and this is only done by hard work and many sacrifices of one's own personal tastes and desires. I think that the husband and wife should cater to each other. I think that if a woman knows that her husband is particularly fond of certain disho?. she should set. them before him—no matter whether she craves them or not. If he wants - her to be dolled up of an evening when he comes home and ready to step out when he says f<u. she should do it—even if she would prefer piling up in bed with a good book. And I think that a husband should be equally willing to gratify the whims of his wife, and that these mutual sacrifices bring them closer together and promote companionship between them. It is because husbands want to do one thing and wives another and neither is willing to give in to the other, that separates'so many married couples and makes (hern as much strangers to each other as if they spoke a different langua«c ihc wisest thing that any luisband and wile can do is to make life pleasant and agreeable for each other. That keeps the divorce lawyer away from the door. Hope Star Stor of Hopo 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Pliblished every weekday ' afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Secretary-Treasurar ot the Star buildinn 212-214 South Walnut "Srreet, Hopo, Ark. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Jess M. Davis, A-Vertising Manager Entered as second class matter ot tht Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Moans Newspaper Enterprisa Association. Subscription Rotes: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per week 20c per month 85c. Mai) rates—in Hemp stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller anc LaFavette counties, 54.50 per year; else where $8.50. Dear Dorothy Dix: I am in love with two men. One is lazy and the other is industrious. Sometimes. I leel that I am more in love with the trifling 0!10t km I can't make up my mind. Which one shall I take? . NORA T. Answer: Neither. No heart is big enough to contain two great loves at the same time, and" it is only a great love that justifies marriage and makes it worthwhile. As long as you are undecided between two men, it shows that you nave no great affection j!or either. When you really do fall in iove, you will know winch man is IT, and you will not consider the possibility of marrying anyone else. The very idc-5 of having to spend your life with another man will seem a fate worse than death. You say you think you nret'-.'r the lazy man. Take it from me that you will not be crazy about him Notlonol Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tc-nn., Mcrick Building: Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison R| V< V rRf,? 1 *' Mlch - 28 '' 2 w - Gr ° nd Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg.; New Orleans. 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Thi Associated Press is entitled exclusively tc the use for republication of all the loca' news printed in this newspaper, GS well at 5ll AP news dispatches. A Thanksgiving revival will begin at the Gospel Tabernacle on Sunday, November 14, and continue through the 28th. The Rev. E R Black, of Forrest City, Arkansas ha_s been secured as evangelist. Services will be conducted each evening at 7:30 excepting Saturday evening. There will be special and congregational singing nightly. The music and singing will be under the direction of Rev. S. Joseph Geno, Educations'.! Director of the Tabernacle. He will be assisted by his bride of one week, who is an accomplished musician. The Rev. Mr. Black was a successful business man when accepting his call into the gospel ministry a few years ago. Since entering full time ministry ho has done a phenominal work in both pastoral and evangelistic and has built an enviable work in Forrest City. Mrs. Black will join him in the revival the second week. The many friends of Ihe Gospel Tabernacle are most cordially invited to attend this Thanksgiving Revival and hear the gospel in song, and preached clearly and forcefully by Evangelist Black. State'Liquor Continued From Page One engage in the liquor Leathers, Berryville, should not business." Rep. H. G. a no-account. Dear Dorothy Dix: I am a woman of 26, cultured and attractive I love children and a quiet home lue. I have had -many men acquaintances, but not one of them actually has asked me to marry him. c Now this is what l-Avouhl like to ask you: Shall I sit and wait for some man to chase me, or shall 1 do tiie chasing? MARGARET Answer: I believe that Heaven- helps those who help themselves, m yelling married as in everything else in life. So if you want to be a wife, my earnest advice to you is not to depend on any miracle being wrought in your behalf, but to get busy corralling a man yourself. Pick out a man you like" and go after him as you would any other good thing your desired. If you don't. you are likely to have "rpmstcr" engraved on your tombstone. — — „.»..,..., 7 «.i uiju L. iiini n £ — ---- ----- ... , -^-"~ i L j v in<^ t long if you marry him, for there is I cauin 8 for placing "the liquor busi- nothing that disgusts n woman so l nes ? ? n a competitive basis," sug- ouickly as for a man to be just ° cstocl making it mandatory to is- sllre a Permit to anyone eligible. -the suggestion of Rep. J T Wimberly, Star City, was for the chief executive to appoint an hon? ffi ? ient commissioner and hl ? ck °" hlm '" while Rc PO. Raley, Paragoulcl, proposed taking away "some of the power ot the revenue commissioner and give more power to mayors, sheriffs and county judges " Rep. W. L. Ward, Mnrianna, also attacked as "wrong in priciple— and as a matter of business— to allow one clique to sell sholesale hT'i' C ff' ,? ut ho pointed Ol) t llicil in the 1947 legislature, the one" hang ° that Raindrops fall at the rate of Approximately 10 feet a second. The Bell Inc.) Syndicate, Top R.edio Programs i'k, Nov. 13— niyhi list: Jack Benny in Holly-) ler; '<>, Hit Parade; 11:30 i \a: ,') Dennis Day. Favorite Husband i Winner Take- All: be Ignorant 9:30 Famous Jury Trials: ma/.ing Malono: Cany : !) Whiz Cjui/.; 9:30 Hay du\vn. Greetings Can Be Made From Simple Paper Any inexpensive note paper may be dressed up for holiday greetings with a silhouette design made by the spatter print method. Home Demonstration Agent Lorraine Blackwoud explains that materials needed arc colored writing ink, a 12-inch square of window screen mesh, a discarded toothbrush, a cigar box (or oilier similar box), and a suitable design Either green ink or red ink is suitable for decorating Christinas note paper; then, of course, you wnl write the Christmas note with the same ink. For Christmas designs Mrs. Blackwoocl suggests stencils cut from discarded greeting cards, •n-igmal designs, or pressed holly loaves or mistletoe sprigs. When ready to print. place I'ce of note paper in bollom of «h.-il!<,w DOX. Next, place pressed design or slencil in place Inett ulace screen wire flat over the top of the box. Dip toothbrush lightly in ink and sweep the brush across the y.'iro mesh l Bo very careful to have only a j very .small amount of ink on the I brush-to avoid ink splotches. When ! sunit-ienl ink has been sifted on the paper, remove the screen mesh uieii carefully remove the design. 'Ibis same design may be used any number of limes. ' A half-hour of sparkling cn- U'rlaiiniifiit Irom radio's most novel courtroom •V d Helen Tratible 9 Gary ! f point readied during World i:s: MBS 10:30 a.m. ;.]. "The New Ad- itiun;" CBS 11:30 People's i "Should U. S. Aid Caina;" J.oeii America United "So- -•urny;" NBC —12:30 p.m.— .'!•! Taft-Harleiv Act." ri: NBC—1:4U" University . "Uf Human Bondage;" 3 id.--; 4:30 Bob Merrill 5:3U nd Harriet; fi Jack Benny ... _ - • ,' • | v v . •._/ i i L, <C i I IMcCanny 7:30 Fred Al-'Tiieatei an Moore CBS— 1 Festival of Song; 2 N Y ' Philharmonic-; -!:30 Strike H Right; a: 311 Percy Faith and Jane Froman (J:3(l Amos and Andy; 7:30 :P:n)ip :\iar!o\ve Atlvcntures; 3:30 :<)ur IMius Brooks; 9 Lum and Abnor. ! ABC:— 9:30 a. m. Southernaires U:3i.l Piano Playliotise; 1:30 Air. I'l-csident; -4 Quiet Plc-a^ iCJroalest Story 0:30 Carneg.'V Ifall Concert 7 Stop the Music 8:SO p. " Guild "Valley Forfj BI2CWDCASTIWG SYSTEM

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