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Page Two Social ana P HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ersona Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. The Y.W.A. of First Baptist •much will meet Monday night at fi:<rf nt the church for the regular r-.mmy business and supper mcet- inj. All Y.W.A. members arc ask- 'it ID be present and to bring your Lf-ttit! Moon Christmas offering if \ou have not done so. Miss Betty jVuilin will have charge of the Moncviy, December 6 The Women's Council of the T-; !. Christian church will meet Juonday, as follows at 3:30 p m • Circle 1—homo of Mrs. Malcolm Portci-ficM with Mrs. H. C. Whit- v, oinh. leader of the program Circle 2--home of Mrs. vdmir Mo. es with Mrs. B. L. Plettig. leader o£ program. Monday, December 6 Circle 1 of the W.S.C.S. of the rust Mcthou;.st church will meet lUondn.y at 12:30 p.m. at the church for Die regular December luncheon. Any member not able to be pro ccni is asked to phone 275 or 233 All Circles of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist church will meet Monday as follows: ' Circle 2—Luncheon in the homo of Mrs. George Peck . at 1 p.m. Ple.xse contact Mrs. p. if. Webb ii)i particulars. Circle 3— A regular meeting in trie home of Mrs. George Newborn fit 3 o'clock. Co-hostesses will be -vlis. C. R. Lewis, . Mrs.. R D I'l'ankJin, Mrs. Graydon Anthony, add Miss Dale McCIanahan. Circle 4-—Luncheon in-the home of 7\Irs. Lloyd Spencer at I o'clock. Monday, December 6 There will be a joint Christmas banrjuct of the Wcsleyan Service Guilrt and Circle Five of the WS.C.S. at the Barlow Hotel, Monday night, December G at 7 o'clock Htiitt-ssos for the evening will be Mrs. Dexter Bailey, Mrs. Ben Ed- j/naston, Mrs. J. W. Patterson anc! Mis. Charles Wylie. Pine St. from 3 to 5 o'clock. Wednesday afternoon. Decembei Friends attend. cordially invited to Thursday, December 9 The Hope Rufincss and Profes sional Women's club will meet Thursd Hotel B Mrs. Hoy iUouscr, Miss ,.,,,,.,.,.,. ,,, Piikintoi), Miss Mary Frances Ir- 1 vin. Mrs. Kub.v McKee. This will j be the annual Christmas parly i and gifts will be exchanged. ' j The Azalea Garden Club v.-lil j meet Thursday at the Hope Country j ; Club for the annual Christmas; kin- |y\ n ' cheon at 12 o'clock. Hostesses will be Mrs. Franklin McL.'irly, Mrs. George Robison, Mrs. Finley Ward and Mrs. J. W. ./ones. Quentin Hoden of Missouri Is New KXAR Announcer Quentin Hadcn of Ava, Mo., this week joined KXAR. 1490. Hope, as a staff announcer, Station Manager I L. 0. Tooley said today. j Mr. Haclen is a graduate of : -Southwestern Missouri Stale Col- lecre. Springfield. Mo., with a I!..". Saturday, December 4, 1948 rescott News Daily Bread Continued From Page One show that the operation of a sur, degree; and oi (he University of ; vcy is far from foolproof The noil- Women's club will meet i jV1lKSmm -. Nvlth :l . lrnv degree. He ; slers are now checking back on ay niyht at 7 o'clock at Ihe ; w ' l . s » |)I i P - v ' 101 -. y wl( » -Station KKffU, j UK niseives lo see where they made Barlow. Hostesses will he < "-' J "- l "ima, -Mo., lie is unmarried. [ their errors. Those errors cost them ••- "* ^' : '"' ' " a lot of prestige. They probably al:;o did a lot to swing the elections. Maybe it was an expensive lesson for Messrs. Roper, Crossley and Gallup, but undoubtedly they will profit by it. Meanwhile we think the public might do well to think twice before branding the whole science of poll-taking as crooked or stupid or pointless " ' faith in it The Business and Professional Women's Club, which for the past three years has sponsored Christmas Good Fellow Boxes, is this year requesting all organizations or individuals who are interested in assisting this project with cash donations please contact either Miss Mary Jo Hamilton or Miss Jessie Lootnis. Tennessee Group Seek Legalized Horse Racing wf Dec. .'! — breeder (/I- says ho group of middle Tpniiossoan;;" will bad; a move to legalise horse .Monday, December 6 The Executive Board of the Wo- mcn of the First Presbyterian cntirch will ' " p.m. meet Monday at 2:30 Wednesday, December 8 Cade 3 of the Women's Council 01 trie First Christian church will rr.ret Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in lliu home of Mrs. Oliver Adams. Inftte will be an exchange'of gifts at this meeting. The John Cain Chapter of the D.A.R. will be hostesses at a silver ion at the home of. the regent Mrs Chas. A. Haynes,. 304 North SUN. - MON. - TUES. mighty melodies by America s favorite tune- Jett B. Graves Class Holds Bargain Party The Jelt H. Graves Sunday School Class of the First Methodist church entertained with a Bargain Party in the home of Mrs. Byron Hefner, Thursday nisjht. 1-ohnrt Barlcau. of Memphis and 1 argonld. Ark., said he is not in a position to identify the backers but added that tho necessary 'ier/is- lation will be presented al liio next Henei-al assembly. Monday December G The O.E.S. will meet at the Masonic Hall Monday at 7:30 p.m. for its regular meeting. News of the Churches CATHOLIC "Our Lady of Good Hope" Rev. Aloyslus G. Dunlevy, Pastor of Hope, Stamps, Magnolia Mass in Hope every Sunday at 10:30 except on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 8:00. Mass next Sunday, Doc., 5, the first Sunday of the month, at 10:30. Barleau made he the statement ve discussing an'ap- . . • an ap- Guests were met at the door by jf>ii[-'alon he was pending before the Arkansas Racing commission for Mrs. J. E. Cooper. Mrs. Hefner, | -• .. M EL> , r . ncin « franchise near West won !; v ]'-mphis. Ark., just across the 'Mississippi ,-iver from here 100F Meeting . The IOOF Lodge ot Hope will hold its annual election of officers at the lodge hall Monday night, December 0. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. Claude I.auterbach, Mrs. Mer Jin Coop and George FraxJer the door prizes. Lovely gifts of all kinds displayed on tables in tho livi music room. Group room, and „.„ .,. ^ iull[J singing of Christmas carols led by Reverend J. E. Cooper, accompanied by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt were enjoyed by everyone. George Frazier and Mrs. C. D. Lautcrbach alternated as auctioneers. Mrs. Corbin Foster, Mrs. Lloyd Kmard, Mrs. Hollis Luck arid Mrs. Bon Edmiaston served as collector and treasurer. The proceeds . were Ho J-?'d newsmen his application living was still pending, but said he had ;roup "° information as to when ihn be used to help water foun- mints were of the party purchase an electric tain for the church. Punch, cookies, and served to all by the hostesses, Mrs. Harry Hawthorne. Mrs Curtis Moran, Mrs. Byron Hefner, Mrs. W. A. Mudfiett, Mrs. Chester Hunt Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, Mrs. C. P. Munn Mrs. C. W. Bridgers and Mrs. Rue S. Waite. no information as to when the commission would act — or if it v.-ould act before the new state administration takes over. , And he said he did not know what the attitude of the new administration would be toward the proposed track. When first proposed, several months ago, the track drew strong opposition from church groups in Memphis and in Criltcnclen counly ca'ted re It also drew W ° Ukl bo fire from H Rose Garden Club Meets With Mrs. J. S. Gibson, Jr. The Rose Garden Club held its annual Christmas pi'.rty Fridav afternoon at 3 o'clock in the homo of Mrs. J. S. Gibson, Jr. with Mrs H. O. Kyler and Mrs. Harry Shiver, co-hostessos. The Gibson home was beautifully decorated with red Nandinn berries, greenery and green candles. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. J. C. Car!ton. Mrs. J. L. Rogers, president, presided. Roll call was answered by each member giving a Christmas" quotation. Mrs. W. H. Bourne gave the treasurer's report. The Club voted to meet with the other civic clubs to decorate the city's Christmas tree on Tuesday. Plans were made for the Club's 10th Anniversary parly next year. Each member brought packages of nuts, candy and fruit to be distributed to the need families this Christmas. Mrs. A. G. Rives gave a beautiful Christmas story entitled "Anniversary".;. In the flower contest, prizes were awarded to Mrs. F. C Crow, Mrs. J. L. Rogers and Mrs. J. E. Cooper. Following the program, gifts were exchanged from a brilliantly lighted tree. Recordings of Christmas carols were heard duriu;' the social hour. The guests were invited into the dining room to a beautiful decorated table covered with a white imported linen cloth and centered with an e'pergne holding red berries, greenery, and lighted tapers. Mrs. Dor.sey McRae and Mrs. J. L. Rogers presided. Coffee and a salad plate which carried out the Christmas motif was served to If) members. The members of the club present- eel Mrs. Rogers, the club presiclc-nt, with a lovely gift. "• ' ^- " mi- J.i tJl II i'_j. J-] Crump and his Democratic organi- /a ion. The issue caused strained political relations between the | Memphis group and Gov. Ben Laney ot Arkansas. Laney said Memphis officials were trying to meddle I'n Arkansas affairs.' night. Coach Nolan .Toilet, Tommy Brill, Buddy Sullon," McCargo left Friday Body of Soldier Enroute Home for Reburial The body of Pvt. Bernice N. Daniel. U.S. Army, is enroute home from the Pacific theater for rebur- lal. it was learned today. Pvt. Daniel's next of kin is Phay Daniel •of Route 1, Nashville, Ark. Ferguson to Be Ousted as Investigator Washington, Dec. 3—W)—Senator Ferguson (R-Mich) will quit being a senate investigator when Democrats take control of the new congress in January. Ferguson has spearheaded most ot Ihe headline-marking inquiries during Ihe two years the senate has been under Republican control as chairman of the investigating subcommittee of the expenditures committee. These included inquir- into grain speculation by gov- _ There will be an executive meeting of newly-elected officers of the W.M.S. of the First Baptisl church at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jack Cooper. I -. ' Methodist, church will meet'Monday at 2:30 p.m. in Ihe following homes' Circle 1 at the Church. Circle 2 with Mrs. 0. G. Hirst, Circle 3 with Mrs. Charlie Scott. Circle 4 with Mrs. J. T. Worthinglon. The Women of the Presbyterian church U.S. will meet at the home of Mrs. Tom Bemis, Monday at 2-30 p.m. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. W. G. Bensberg. Tuesday, December 7 The Wcsleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church will meet Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Charlie Thomas with Miss Nina Catherine Scott co- hostess. This will be the annual Xmas party. FIRST METHODIST West 2nd at Pine Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pastor Sunday School —9: 45 a.m in°-n"c? worsh 'P a "d Sacrament 10: aO. Sermon theme: "Why We lake the Sacrament"— Pastor ' Yoiing Poople ^ --• - •> ' ".'n v y 11 iuj j i j; j y j ur lusealoosa. Alabama to attend the Coming and Going Mrs. Leo Robins and daughters. Betty and Sandra left Saturday morning to return Mrs. Scott Di'- Lec and daiiKhte-r, Susan to Dallas, alter a visit here. Dr. and Mrs. Jim McKcn/ie and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haynes rnoto'-- eci to Little Rock Friday to attend the Metropolitan attraction "Carousel", Friday night. Auburn-A la bam a gar and Tnn-,7,1- I'" " IUJ Ki'uin spi. m '"- ™cnt officials, the war' time ". i)Jano contracts awarded Howard ie on Satur- Hospitol Nores Branch Admitted: Mrs. Bessie Dougan, Discharged: Hope. Mrs. Nollie May Brownina, Hope Mrs. Mrs. Hope. --- ~. Watson, Houston, Tex' Freeman Stone and bson, Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lnha, Hope, -~ ., ._, . _L_.lll 4JIIJIU, UU1J(_ announce the arrival of a daughter on December 4. 194C Admitted: Mrs. Orie Bycrs. Hope. Mrs. Bill Laha, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. M. L. Wilson and little son Emmet. ' Miss Wilma Sewell, Lcwisville. Hughes and the activities of Maj. • • — r:> • • *- -• <'' i vt L 11 <_ a v_ u v i 11U b U L 1V1 a 1 Bennett E. Meyers, air force pro curement officer. The bushy-haired Michigan senator, re-elected last month, told a reporter he must give up this post 111 '"•''"'• 4 " " on the judiciary committees, in order to stay ... and appropriations which he termed portant." There will bo a week of Evangelistic service at the Presbyterian church December 5-12. The Rev Basil W. Hicks of Arkadelphia will commence his series of sermons on Monday night, December G each evening except Saturday at 7:30 o clock. On Monday night, December G there will be a Fellowship Get-Together in the church parlors after the service. ,.-\r , • ~ n " ~-••"<-"- theme: Making Preparation for Christmas"—Pastor. . ' Monday: All circles of the W.S.C.S will meet as follows: - — at 12:30 noon. Circle Two—Luncheon in home of Mrs George Peck—1 p.m. Mrs. P. H. Webb is chairman. Please contact her for particulars. Circle Three—A regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Georpe Nevvben. Co-hostesses will be Mrs C R. Lewis, Mrs. R. D. Franklin' Mrs. Graydon Anthony and Miss Dell McCIanahan. Circle Four: Luncheon in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Spencer— 1 p.m. Circle Five and Wesleyan Guild will have a joint dinner at the Barlow hotel Monday —7 p.m. There will be a meeting of the Eoavd of Stewards at church —7 p.m. Followed by the First Quarterly Conference of this year— 7:30 p.m. Rev. E. D. Galloway presiding. Wednesday —Choir rehearsal —7 p.m. The Wednesday Bridge Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. The were decorated rooms variety of "more im As a member of the minoritly party, 1- erguson can serve as only two committees. As a member of the majority party during the 80th congress he was eligible for three. Senator McClellan (D-Ark) is scheduled to succeed Senator Aik- cn (R-Vt) as chairman of the executive expenditures committee. H said that either Senator Hoey (D- NC) or Senator O'Connor (D-Mcl) probably will succeed Ferguson as head of the investigating subcommittee. „ By William Irish Copyrignt by William Irish-Distributed by NEA Service Inc. THE STORY: Downs, the dc- lecUve tells Dtirand that Julia Kussell s body was finally washed ashore, that there is evidence of murder He is on the trail ot a llnsh.v blond he had heard about in Mobile. Dnrand, fearful only that Downs will discover Bonny ' finally manages lo get away from him. XXXII Another hotel room, in another Place, And yet the Kamp Tlu , hotel had a different name that was all. The .scene its windows looked out U p 0n hn(1 a c i in - ( ,,.( lnt name, that was all Bui they were the'same two, in the same hotel room. The same two people, the .same tvo -un This, he reali/ed. watching her Miss Roberta Howard and Mrs. Catherine Richards Howard will return Saturday night from Litlk- Rock where they attended the Mus- icol product ion "Carousel" Friday Cinema Star Fuzxle HORIZONTAL 1;5 Pictured actress 10 Aroma 11 Eagle's nest 12 Moccasin 14 Paths X 16'Pigpen < 19 God of love 21 Vend 22 She is a screen 23 Flowers 25 Prison rooms 26 Existed 27 Russian city 28Within 29 Ream (ab.) 30 Sorrowful cry 32 Alaskan city 35 Papal cape 36 Trap 38 Emmets . 39 River valley 43 Bustle 44 Fish eggs 45 She performs in the • 47 Label •58 Hangman's knot 50 Tardy 52 Candle 53 Mast VERTICAL 1 Jocular 2 Paid notice 3 Negative word 4 Stray:; 5 Weep •6 Shout 7 Written form of Mistress 8 Three-toed jjife - sloth '"" 9 Cuddle 12 Through 13 In a row 15 An (Scot.) 17 Great in stature 18 Years (ab.) 20 Continued stories 22 Serious addresses 24 Faculty S I fi 0 a P U R O cT f A F? D B N T A £, W W o U A R M U D p" O .e_ .:.: O R e o c T; R" D E s 1 A N A 3 •M 2 N H E T S F-- u s E RAMON BETETA 3 £ N T F? A G S f. H A K E T E a fr H K E 3 A X f= G S, A M E N D = L 1 T A N G R "A V s A N T -L uu 1_ A, T N n- Lf n d 5~ T R s| T t,oii)K to In- hko (Voivi now on. -•.noliii-r hok'l room, and thr-n an- othor, and still another Hut al- v.-.iy.s th<> .same. Another town, and then another, and still another Onward, and onward, and onward —to nowhere. Until some day they then C ' 0 " 10 '° ""'"' l;lst tow "' Alui I A short life and ,-iu oxcitiim one .she had toa.ste<; ( , lu , n j,; ht back in Mobile. She J );i ,| j t wrou,". A , ;[ , ( , r( •He and a dull one. she should have said. No pattern of the refugee without a refuse. No moiiotonv of law-abidance can over compare to me monotony of erinu loiind thai out by now They came to a 25 Cures by salting 30 Italian river 31 Dormant 33 Substance 34 Silkworm 35 Boat paddle 37 Work unit J39 Quantity of medicine 40 Asseverate 41 Chines^ weight 42 Lampreys 45 Cleaning tool 40 Tree llnid 49 On account (ab.) 51 Symbol for tantalum a hotel," she whispered, in their ram-beaten, one-night hotel "They nose into your business quicker 1 eople come and go more, all around you, carrying tales away with them and spreading them all around." He nodded, bending to peer from under the lowered window shade then .starling back as a flash of lightning limned it intolerably ' J i I /., n t,, They took the most remote, hidden, inconspicuous hou.se they could tincl. on a drowsing, tree- lined street well out from the center ol town. Other houses not too near, neighbors not too many they put heavy lace curtains in the windows, to be safer still from Prying eyes. They engaged a woman out of sheer compulsion, but pared her presence to a minimum- only three days a week, and she must be «one by six, not sleep under their roof. They spoke guardedly in front of her or not They were going to be very discreet, they were going to be very prudenl this time. roses and chrysanthemums. The Xmas motif was carried out in the mantel decorations, tally's and refreshments. Mrs. Dallis Atkins won the high score prize and Mrs. H. H. IVIcKen- zie was awarded the cut prize. The hostess served a salad course to club members: Mrs. Gus McCaskill, Mrs. Tom Logan Mrs Dallas Atkins, Mrs. Harold Lewis" Mrs. H. H. McKenzie, Mrs. Dudley Gordon, and to guests for the afternoon. Mrs. Frank Turberville. Mrs Clake White, Mrs. Al Williams, Ms J. A. Craig, Jr., Mrs. J. D. Regan and Mrs. J. I. McCartney. Final funeral rites for S-Sst Loyce M. Smith, aged 28, of Prescott, who was killed in Italy December 12, 1944 were held by'Chaplain C. O. Hilt in National cemetery at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Military honors were by Gordon Gale American Legion Post. Sgt. Smith is survived by his father, Oscar D. Smith of Prescott; five brothers, Wiley of Arkadelphia, Lloyd of El Dorado, and Jess, Clarence and J. C. Smith of Prescott; four sisters. Mrs. Yarberry of Hope, Mrs. J. L. Phillips, Mrs. Ernest Blevins, and Miss Ida Smith of Prescott.. He was a member of Boughton Baptist church. Mrs. John A. Davis has returned from Hope where she spent several days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cox. Bill Yancey and Allen Gee Jr. spent Wednesday in Texarkana on business. Mrs. Ben F. Meyer of Havana, Cuba is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. A. IVIcMurry and family. Mr. and Mrs. fmon Gee have as their guests, Mrs. R. L. Chaclick of Monroe, La. and M. P. Phillips of Cromwell, Oklahoma. FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Win. P. Hardegree, Minister 9:45—Sunday School. We have classes for all ages. We cordially invite you to visit our school. 10:50-—Morning worship, Communion, and Sermon. The special music will be a solo by Ted Jones "Jesus, Saviour Pilot Me". 6:00—-The Junior and Senior CYF will meet for a social hour and refreshments. 0:30—Group meetings and lesson ior the .Timor and Senior CYF. 7:30—Evening worship, Communion, and Sermon. A program in observance of Woman's Day will be given along with the evening service. The special music will be a duet by Mrs. C. F. Haworth and Ted Jones, "Hark! the Voice of Jesus Calling". The seventh in a series of sermons on the book of Revelation will be given. Monday: 3:30—The Women's Council will meet in circles. Circle No. 1 will meet in the home of Mrs. Malcolm Porterfield with Mrs. H C Whitworth the leader of the program Circle No. 2 will meet in the home of Mrs. Fonzie Moses with Mrs. B. L. Rettig the leader of the program. 7:00—There will be a Cabinet meeting which includes the superintendents of departments, treasurer of the church, president of the Women's Council, president of the Laymen's League, ana sponsors of CYF groups. Wednesday, 7:30—Circle No. 3 will meet in the home of Mrs. Oliver Adams. There will be an exchange of gifts at this meeting. Thursday. 7:30 —Choir rehearsal. Six ChiSdreai Die When Fsre Destroys Home The; first week or two, everv time Bonny came or went from the nouse in daylight, she held her parasol tipped low as she stepped to or from the carriage, so that it shielded her fac that advantage of And he, without •i""*- i"j."" u .(uvaiuage Ol concealment, He had kept his head clown all he could hil ' "''"ost, he always seemed in Pensa- ' to b, liey hail now -• great, slow, curve Ihe makes as far as they catch their followed th Gull' Coast <'"Uld go alone, it, heading east- lion, uarif. always eastward. By tits 1 jelli anil -••tarts, by frightened spurts 1 ' ami equally frightened slops sonu- Jon.u. SOUR short, they'd followed lestiny blindly. New Orleans, then Biloxi. then Mobile then I'ensacola. With many a little hidden-away nlace in ' between. " ' Now Pensacula. Thov couldn't !••.'> any iarOier than that, along their sell-appointed trajectory", in;: the littoral behind, me reason i,r outlier, l '-'ir "1 the unknown, the faniliar coast- ere [lie curve dropped '-'. past the huddle of :ir!;.; thai w.-.i.-: Ta into the strange, oilier- •eiynes.s ni' Havana, mid have meant cm- oii i'ol n pietej y. beyond power l-,> :-. >hi;;s v.'ere in- had }!..( iioni- tliey want to i-ui for Atlanta, th/ vii'Us >te|j. Slu.' v.as alraiii, :i.-;o:is uf her own. of the ae.d lp.uu;;h that was not looking for something along • •-.- t^'oimcl each time he entered or left. And when n neighbor came lo a courtesy call, was, laden with as the cus- - - homemade the like, Bonny held Oshkosh, Wis., Dec. 3 —</P)— Six small children died in a fire which destroyed their home last night. The fires truck the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Carpenter shortly before midnight. Police said Carpenter told them an oil healer jg- nilecl the kitchen and he was prevented by flames from reaching the bedroom where the children were sleeping. Mrs. Carpentr was away at the lime on her night job at a jnail order firm. The dead were Rose Mary, 7,: Charlotte, 5; Russell, 4 Kenneth. 3; Barbara. 2, and Sandra, 4 months. They were burned and suffocated, police said. Carpenter was treated by a physician for burns on hands and face and Mrs. Carpenter was taken to a hospital with shock after she was informed of the tragedy. The only entrance lo the wooden frame house was through the front i door, police said, since the outside i dooi leading to the bedroom was for the winter. and , lici- last at the door, and made [locked' voluble explanations that they U wore not settled yet and Die house was not in order, aa an excuse for nc^ asking her in. j The woman went away, with i an routed mien and taking her gifts ! back with her unpresonted, and | when next they sighted her on the -- i \vahv she made no salutation and lull-white J"''y trying !looked the other way. "You should nut have clone l.iat." he cautioned, stepping out irum where he- had listened, ;is the Iruj-trati-'d visitor departed. "llii'iv was no other way," she said. "If I had once admitted her tiH-n others would have come, and 1 would have beon expected to jviurn tin.a- calls, and then" would luuv bfi'ii no i/nd to it." Alu-r that once, no others cainu "Tln.y probably think we livi- to- i-i'lin-r," iJK- tulcj him, once, jivr- nigly. "1 always leave my left jiJnvo olf. n.nv. <.-very time 1 g'o out ami hold my hand up high, to the thai they cannot All-White Jury Convicts Man for Rape of Negro WetumpUa, Ala., Dec, 3 —(.-T'i—An 1-white jury trying a white man for raping a young Negro women j answered a prosecutor's plea that it prove a Negro "can yet justice" i in an Alabama court. j The jurors, in short order, found j John C. Howard. Jr.. operator of j a garage and a mattress factory, ! Huilty and sent him oft lo prison ; for 45 years. ! They wanted to go even further ' —fix it so Howard could not v.el a j pardon ur parole. But Circuit Judge Oakley MelUm told then: not "to worry about" that. Howard, from Friendship. Ala.. ' was convicted last ni»ht of rapinv l^-year-oUl Melinda Jackson last April :.':"). Next on SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL Third and Elm Streets Rev. W. Northey Jones, S.T.D. Acting Rector Dec. 5 Second Sunday in Advent. 11 a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon. Friday, 7 p.m.—over KXAR in the Great Scenes from Great Plays Fay Bainter will present "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals." FIRST BAPTIST Corner Third' and Main S. A. Whitlow, Pastor J. E. Birkliead, Music-Educational Director r ,0:80 a.m.—Sunday School, H. E. i brash, Superintendent. 10:50—Morning worship, message i by the pastor. Anthem by the choir, "Close to Thee". G:30 p.m.—Training Union, Vance Smiley, Director. 7:30—Evening worship with message by the pastor. Monday: 2:30 p.m.—Woman's Missionary Society will meet at the church for the last business meeting of the year. Every member is urged to be present. -1 p.m.—Sunbeams will meet al the church. 5 p.m.—Junior R.A.'s will meet at the church. Junior G.A.'s will meet at the church lo observe a program on Foreign Missions and will have a special offering taken for foreign missions. (i p.m. —Supper at the church ior Junior R.A., G.A.'s and Y.W.A. 7 p.m.—Associational Training Union Meeting at the church. Wednesday, 7:15 p.m.—Fellow- shop Hour. The midweek worship ior the whole family. Friday. 7:30 p.m.—District Brotherhood Meeting at the church. Nelson Tull, State Brotherhood Secretary, John Farmer of South Carolina, and C. E. Lawrence of Little Hock will lead the service. DOROTHY D!X Lucky Husbands Hope Star Star of Hopo 1899; Prfiu 19J7, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, Presided Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor 8, Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hojmcr, Mech. Supt. Jess M. Cavis, Advertising Manager as second class matter at thi (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable U -, ,. „.. ..... _...,__ pef week 2Q( stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller „.,. LaFayette counties, $4.50 per year; else where $8.50. National Advertising Representative — ^kpnsas Dollies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn itorick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madisoi Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Granc Blvd;; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg. New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Presi: Trv Associated Press Is entitled exclusively tt the use for republication of all the loco news printed in this newspaper, as well or all AP news dispatches. service —7:30 p.m. ' Friday, Prayer meeting — 7:30 p.m. FIRST PENTECOSTAL Fourth and Ferguson Rev. T. F. Ford. Pastor Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship — 11. Young People's Service — 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service — 7:30 pm Tuesday, 2 p.m.— Ladies Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.— Midweek services. Friday, 7:30 p.m.— Bible study. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 300 East Second Stephen Cook, Pastor Nancy Deal, Director of Education Sunday School— 9:45 a.m. Jim Miller, Supt. Morning Worship — 10:55 a.m. Sermon: "The Watch-Tower of Calvary". Anthem: "0 Loving Savior" by Clement. A nursery is provided during the morning worship. Vesper worship — 5 p.m. Sermon: "When Responsibility Corne" Calling". P.Y?.F.— 6:15. Tish Smith will lead the program. Choir practice, Tuesday — 7 p.m. Midweek worship, Wednesday — 7 to 7:45. J Sunday School Council will meet at the church Wednesday immediately following the regular worship. All members are urged to be present to discuss important plans. A church home for those away from home and a welcome to all. UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST South Elm Street Eld. Howard' White, Pastor 8 a.m.—Unity's Gospel Hour over Radio Stalion KXAR. Sunday School—10 a.m. A. A. Massey, Supl. Morning worship—11. 1:30—Services at County Jail. 6:30 p.m.— ETC. 7:30—Evening Worship services. Tuesday, 2 p.m.— Ladies Auxiliary. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. —Prayer and Bible Study. Thursday. 7 p.m.— Teachers' meeting. I was glad when they said unto me, let us go into the house of the Lord. Psm. 122:1. Fumes Moke Residents of Big Area l!l Philadelphia, Dec. 3. —(UP)— Fumes which made a number of persons ill hung over a wide are« northeast of Philadelphia last night and early today. Police stations throughout the Bucks county area wore swamped with calls from worried residents who reported feeling nauseated. Most of those made ill were children. County Health Officer Theodore Staudenmayer, Langhorne, Pa., | described the fumes as "overpowering" like the odor of "thousands of rotten eggs." Up most of the night invsligating, he notified state health department officials in Harrisburg who promised to send investigators here today. Stadudenmayer said he believed the fumes came from an industrial plant along the Delaware river just north of Philadelphia. Heavy damp air held them close to the ground and an off-river breeze caused the fumes to roll over the countryside. Police in Philadelphia also reported receiving a number of calls from householders in Ihe northeast sections of the city near Ihe county line. State police at Langhorne, 10 miles from the river said they received 100 calls it was a :.'lep lev, aid i'i. 1'emaeoS.,. They look a hot 1-Vnsucolu. It \vas not ior gr; •ur. not fur style, not to U •colly' 1 inairivcl, but for the sa Mii:p!e., elei!:er.tary safety. "Int-y ;.|.';jt you n'iiich easier • - - •• - -* * —.' *• n.;. <*.'i - -] ' t'' .-" - . * ^- -v L >->: i tne i' on.'t .s tioe k e t in .see the wedding band." And I is the trial of hi.s cnustn Jack Oli- puncmau-d it: "The filthy sows!" j ver, 20, on tin indictment that ne Mr. and Airs. Uogers hud come to ! raped Belinda's 23-year-old co'.i-' i ensacola. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers i panion. Annie Gra'yson, at the : nan taken a house in Pensacola. | fame lime. -Mr. ana Mrs. Hofiera — from no-| The men were accused of robbi'i" ! v.-p.ere. O:i the way to—no one! the women's husbands, chasin" i ^nov.-s. :ihem away ivhh pistol shots and ! (raping the women after forcing! | them to eiitej- a pick-up truck. i (To Be Continued) HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 N. Main Street H. Paul Holdridge, Pastor You are invited to attend the chruch where "everybody is welcome" today and throughout the entire \\-eek. Guy E. Basye, Sunday School Superintendent, wishes you 10 attend our Sunday School if you tin not attend any other Sunday School in our community. Our Sunday School is completely departmentalized for every member of the family and with competent teachers for every class from cradle roll to the adult department. Sunday School—9:-15 a.m. liaclio Bible Class —10 a.m. II. Paul JJoldridge, teacher over radio station KXAH. Morning Worship—11 a.m. Mes?age by the pastor. The Gospel Hour—1 p.m. over radio station KXAR. Choir rehearsal—-i:30 p.m. Christ's Ambassadors—C: 15 p.m. Junior Christ's Ambassadors — 6": 15 p.m. Evangelistic Service— 7:30 p.m. Message by our evangelist, Rev. E. R. Black of Forrest City, Ark. Wednesday, Prayer and Bible Study—7:30 p.m. 'Ihursday, Laneburg community Slaughter Pleads Innocent to Lobbying Charge Washington, Dec. 3 —Wj—Former :u-p. Roger C. Satighter, Missouri Uemocrat and political foe of Prescient Truman, pleaded innocent today to a charge of violating the [1'ederal Lobbying act. j U. S. District Judge Henry A. |Scnweinhaut set bond at $1,000 for ^laughter's release and gave the (netense until Dec. 24 to file mo- I lions. j . Slaughter, defeated for re-elcc- jtion in ,3940 after Mr. Truman iinterveiied in the primary campaign against hi.ni, has denounced the charge as '•politically inspired." He said after hj s indictment Nov. 23 that he would fight it lo Ihe finish. The 43-year-old former representative was accused of failing to register with congress as a lobby ist for grain interests in Kansas City, Chicago, and Minneapolis. The Eiand jury said he was paid more than $43,000 for "attempting to influence" legislation in behalf of these groups. Dear Miss Dix: I thank God that I am lucky enough to be married to a woman who gets a real thrill out of her job as wife and mother. She doesn't feel that'she is wasting her time in making a comfortable home for her husband and children and catering to all their wants and needs. She doesn't leave her youngsters to baby-sitters while she steps out for a gay evening, becnu.se she gets a kick out of cuddling them in her arms. She lakes pleasure in cooking the dishes that a mere husband especially likes. In a word, she makes her home a real career, instead of a chore. There would be lots more happy were more women like her. S. E. P. Answer: Amen to that, brother. There is no one thing in the world that would work a greater reformation than for women to wake up to the fact that the most important career they can follow is that of the home-maker. Nor is there anything more tragic than the fact that with the great majority ot the sex- it is a despised calling. Even the woman who roars a fine family belittles her job. 'Oh, I'm nothing and nobody," she will say, "just a wife and mother," and she will positively grovel before any woman who has a career, no matter how phony it is. It is only too sadly true that there are millions of women who never even think of marriage as a career. They don't, see in it great opportunities to help their husbands achieve success. They don't thrill over the knowledge of how the}- can mold their children into fine men ami women. They don't waste any charms on their families. They don't even feed them decently. They let themselves grow dull and whiney and discontented because they are bored with domestic life. Cause of Delinquency And that gives us the delinquent children who fill our courts and jails, and the philandering husbands who take to roaming because there is nothing attractive to keep them at home. Pity that so many women do not realize that making a happy home is the best paying career that any woman can follow.. Dear Dorothy Dix: I am a girl of 21, and for the last six months have been engaged to be married. What I really want to know is: Do all girls feel as desperately uncertain as I do? One weell I feel overjoyed and as if I couldn't live without "my boy friend, and the next week 'i am perfectly disgusted with him and don't know whether to marry him or not. I have worried over this for 24 hours a day until I am nearly crazy. I don't think I ever could find a better man to marry, but I am still scared to take the risk. I feel as if I srjould pray to God and leave it with Him. He will take care of me before it is too late. Your advice will be appreciated. NERVOUS WRECK Answer: Well, you couldn't leave the decision in better hands, and I hope that the Good Lord will send you some message that will set your troubled soul at rest. It is a good idea to take your problems to Almighty Wisdom, especially about marriage. Most marriages need a lot of praying over. But before you break off with your boy friend, calm down a little. Relax. Nearly all men and women get into a hysterical state on the eve of their marriages. It brings them face to face with the knowledge that they are leaving the old life and entering a new one about which they know nothing, and it scares them blue. But they have to make the plunge and it generally turns out fine. Dear Dorothy Dix: I am 21 and divorced from a man to whom I was married for eight months. Do I have to go by my maiden name or my married name? Should I tell people as soon as I meet them that I am a divorcee? If I am asked whether 1 am single or married, what should I say? At a social gathering should I behave like a married woman or a single girl? How should I break the news of my divorce to my associates at the office? Please tell me what I should do. MRS. T. Answer: Inasmuch as you had to leave your husband after a brief marriage because he had a mental difficulty that made him unsafe to live with, and as you are so young it seems to me that it would be best for you to assume your maiden name; btit your lawyer can advise you better about that than I can do. As for the rest, do not voluntarily tell people tiiat you are divorced'; but if anyone asks you about it, do not make a secret of it. Explain the situation as briefly as possible. If you fall seriously in love with a man who wants to marry you, of course you should tell him of your unfortunate first marriage. (Released by The Bell Syndicate. (Inc.) American Nations Forming Pact for Protection Washington, Dec. 3 — (/P) — The American republics lined up today .0 throw their collective power be- lind a pact designed to protect .his hemisphere against any ag- Tessor. A special ceremony signaled the start of the mutual defense compact drafted last year — 19 na- ions at Rio De Janeiro. Cosla Rican Ambassador Mario Esquivel will bring the historic agreement into full force by depositing his country's ratification with the Pan American union. Aimed at shielding the Americas Iroin pole to pole, the treaty was negotiated in August 1947 at the Rio conference, climaxing years of efforts to unite the new world nations for .self-defense. President Truman told the delegates then that the accord was a model for internation cooperation. And it is expected to serve in that capacity when work starts on the proposed Atlantic pact — which would lie the United States and Canada into a mutual defense agreement with the Western European union.

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