Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 7, 1948 · Page 2
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Page Two Town Again Smog Covered Pennsylvania Donora, Pa.. Dec. C —(/p>— This Western Pennsylvania milltown — Was covered by smog ngnin over tnc week end but authoritlies said Apparently no one suffered any serious effects. Meanwhile, investigators were sun attempting to determine the- cause .of the October disaster. At that time a heavy block log blank- T , .... , . , otcd the Donora area for five • rhero Wl " '» ;l deacons meet- | straight days, during which 19 per-""" "' "*" ''''""' """''•" "' " u - " sons died and a number were made ill. A 20-th victim died later. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS (Tuesday, December 7 The Wesleynn Service Guild of the Methodist Church will meet Tuesday evening at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs, Charlie Thomas with Miss Nina Catherine Scott co- hostess. This will be the annual Xmas party. \ ing at the First Baptist church at 1 ;! o'clock. "Saved my A God-send for GAS-HEARTBURN" Wednesday. December 8 The Prescoll Musical Coierie will j observe Guest n.-iv on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the educa- tionai building of the First Methodist church. t«M('t5, No laxative. JWl-MS brlnu.l rnmt«r( In a !my or return bottle to m tor dnuhlc money bark (0 8ELL-ANS for Acid Indigestion 2$t The Mefhodisl choir will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. A tcarhon; & officers meeting will be held at First Baptist church We have reduced our entire stock of high class merchandise in time to benefit your Christmas shopping. You will find the gift for "HIM" "in our storeful of high class merchandise. Make pur store your shopping headquarters for all the men on your list. They will appreciate a gift selected from our store. REMEMBER! We gift wrap your packages absolutely free. Phone 661 Hope, Ark. ALL PURPOSE Economical for any room in the house. Wide selection to choose from. 6 and 9 foot lengths. Choice of many beautiful patterns and installed by factory trained layers. ASPHALT T!LE RUBBER TILE It's beautiful and durable WALL TO WALL CA Beautiful colors and patterns at prices you can afford. If you hove o Floos- Problem or a Problem Floor .... CALL OR SEE Phone 1297 Hope Star Stai of Hope 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published cvnry weekday affernoon b*- STAR PUBLISHING CO. : C, E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Ser.rctary-Trcasure' at Ihe Star buildinn 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor 8, Publishoi Paul II. Jones, Managing Efjitor George W. Hoimcr, A/icch. Supt. Joss M. Dovis, A J vorti'.ing Manager Entered os icr.on.l -rla-r, manor o' tl. Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under thi Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NFA)—Meonc Newspaper Entcrpri-;.!. Association. Subscription Kates: iAIv/oys Pciyable ii Advance): By city carrier per wetk 2d per month 8'jc. Mail rates—in Hemp stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller am LaFayetto counties, $4.50 oer year' els& whnrc $8.50. National Advertising Representative Arkonsas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Sterick Building; Chiiaup, 400 North Mich iqan Avenue; New York' City, 292 Madisoi i Ave ; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Granc Blvd.; OK.Iahomo City, 314 Terminal Bldg New Orleans, 722 Union St. refreshments which were sue- gc-Ktivo of the coming Yuletide season. There were thirty-one members present. Tuesday, December 7, 1948 -r : Member of the Associated Press- Th. Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti the use for republicction of all the loco -lews printed in this newspaper, cs well a 1 M AP news dispalches at. / o clock, regular church business meeting at 7:45 and choir practice at 8:45. Thursday, December 9 There will be a basketball .fame at the Prescott gym at 8 p.m., I Magnolia A & M Muleridcrs v.s Legionaires. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. O Logan with Mrs. John A Davis Mrs. D. S. Jordan. Mrs, J C Wooclul and Mrs. W. G. Bens'berg assistant hostesses. Tiie Logan home was beautifully decorated with chrysanthemums and bitter sweet vine. Mrs. Jack Cooper, president, conducted the business session Mrs. T. C. McRae. Jr.. secretary, read the minutes of the last meeting. Keports of committees were given. Mrs. Clarence E. Wagner presented the program for the afternoon^ on "The Woman's Crusade of IK7.T' which proved most interesting. The hostesses served delicious The annual Football Banquet for the Curley Wolves was held Thursday evening at the Park Elementary School. The banquet was sponsored jointly by the Kiwanis Club and tnc Booster Club. It honored all members of the Curley Wolf em 13, all members of the Junior Cub squad and cheerleaders of both teams. Following the banquet Rev. W G bonseberg gave the invocation' Jesse Porter, president of the Kiwanis Club, made a talk and introduced J. A. Cole, master of core?I, f ;Pn S> rC ? a F hBS J ack Morrison 1 n «y i f.ook introduced the mem- (jors of their respective teams. The principal speaker for the evening v/.-ib- Coach Wes Bradshaw of Ouachita Baptist College. Arkadelphia. Coach Bradshaw also showed films '\ H 10 ""'vcrsity of Arkansas-Texas A & M game. There were one hunclerd and three present. Do you need a serving tray Iho Center Homo Demonstration club women all know how to make one now. At an all-day meeting in November. Miss Rachel Nolen Home Demonstration Agent, gave a demonstration on weaving trays the women made seven trays all of them very pretty and some to o<> shellacked and others painted In the afternoon after all the t?-ays were finished, Miss Nolen gave a demonstration in making Christmas candy. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Arthur Jones. Color- lul tall leaves and chrysanthemums adorned the rooms. The highlight of any all day Home Demonstration Club meeting comes at noon. Each club member brought a covered dish and had a Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings. The food was delicious proving that these women are some of the best cooks in the county. Before adjourning new officers were elected and the Christmas Party was planned. Officers: Mrs. Olin Wells, president: Mrs. A. M' Rettis. vice-president and reporter; Mrs. Chas. Buford, secretary and treasurer. Dr. J. B. Hesterly and Mrs. Hesterly spent the weekend in Little Rock with their son Charlie who attends the University of Arkansas Medical School. They also attended the performance of "Carousel" at the Robinson auditorium on Saturday. 510 S. Walnut -Jtftifaal BROADCASTING SYSTEM ' PjeAGlG&r AHVVZt? Mrs. O. P. Keown and son Page are guests of Charles Keown in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Carl Dalrymple, Mrs. Archie Johnson, Mrs. O. W. Allen and Mrs. Paul Buchanan spent Friday in Texarkana. Mrs. Jack Simpson of " Wichita Falls, Kansas is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Simpson. Jack Stivers has returned to Magnolia where he is a student at A and M College after spending the weekend with his mother, Mrs. B, C. Stivers. Tuesday p.m., Dec. 7 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M G:00 Rhythm & Reason 6:15 News, Five Star Edit^n 6:25 Today in Sports 0:30 News Comment R--I5 Fulton Lewis. ,Tr 7:Of) George O'Hanlin Show—M 7:30 Official Detective—M 'i:.-)5 ;'y Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Hcalter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M t '!:,':/) Lone Woll—M 2:r,"> Gill Henry. News—M r i:CO ArrK.-ric.-!') Forum of tin Air—M ',):'"• i Di/mi', 1 Cummin's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M Hi: 15 I';,-.!:i-i.v Strong's Orch.—M 10:.'iO I);i:;c;- Oich.—1\1 '0:. : ;5 .'>U;','.i.-ji Ne'.v—M 1 ••f,ii SiEr. Off Wednesday a.m.. Dec. 8 5:57 S!»P. On «:00 Hillbilly Hoedown 0:25 Bargain Roundup (7-30 ,NVws, First Kduion G:<10 Four Knights (5:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition H:00 Sunriiii! Serenade 8:30 Bob Prole's Shov,—M (i:45 Bob I'oole's Show—M 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup !):()() Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M !):30 Mineral Springs Program !):-)5 Blue I'jarron Presents 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor II. Lindlahr—M 10:30 Gabriel HeaUer's Mailbag —M 10:45 Lanny Itoss—M 11:00 Kate'Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade 1L-15 Music by Monroe Wednesday p.m., Due. 8 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Melody Mustangs 12:40 Shortest 5 min. in Radio 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 "Movie Matinee—I\I 2:30 O/avk Valley Folks—M 3:00 Snngs of Love 3:15 Tlu- ./iilinson Family—!U 3:30 M'.lO Club 4:00 Swing Time •1:45 Here's to Veterans 5:OU Adventure Parade—M 5: 15 Supermaii'--M 5:30 Cajnain Midnight—M Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Holder had as weekend gucs't their son Walcfon who attends A and M College at Magnolia. Fred Posey who attends Henderson Cc'lege, Arkadelphia, was the weekend guest of his sister, Mrs. O. R. Peachey and family. Mrs. Adam Guthrie is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Stuart and Mr. Stuart in Shawnee, Okla. Friends of Mrs. Hartwell Greeson who is ill in Cora Donnell hospital will . be pleased to learn that her condition is reported as better. Woman Sought* for Abducting 4 ChHdren Coalinga. Calif., Dec. (i — (/P)— A kidnapping warrant was out today for a 50-year-old grandmother who police said abducted her four young grandchildren by airplane. The warrant was issed yesterday on complaint of the children's father, Zoel Lynch, a Colinga car dealer. He told police the grandmother, Mrs. Kathleen King, Venice, Calif., came to Coalinga Saturday by chartered plane left with the children supposedly on a Christmas | shopping trip but took them away ;in the airplane instead. Lynch said he and the children's mother were divorced in 19-Ki with custody of the children, ages six to 12, given him. Mrs. King is his former wife's mother. Police alerted airports for the chartered ship after various reports it was headed for Las Vegas, Nev.. or Albuquerque, N. Mex and possibly New York city. i Lynch said his estranged wife ! lives in New York. He said he [knew no reason for the yoting- jslers' being taken away. LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lote • Aho custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS ij: ()') S;; Km Seceii;ule (5:15 Ni.-ws, Five 3t;!f Final ii:45 l''ulton Le\v is, Jr.—M 7:1'u r.-ni y:m Tor. Till;- - M 7:30 High Adventure AI 7::i., !!•- Ganiner- 1\1 «:00 Gabrk-J Heftier—M «:!;j Mutual Ne\Vbieel —M ti:3l) The Family Theater i\l :i:ii() i\he:hauon 1'iaviuniie --M !l:3ll Paul Lovas/.'s Orch.-- M lii:()d .Ml the Ni.-wt. - I\l 10:15 bernie Cisuiriiin:,' Orel:.—M 10:30 I-ienry Jerome's Oix-li.—M !0:a.") Mnu-.Lil !\ T L-\vu---l\l 11:00 Sign-Off FLOOR Sanding and Finuhiho LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile * Rubber Til, «OY ALLISON Phone 280 CHRISTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monts Seed Store DOROTHY D!X Poor Marriage Risk Dear Dorothy Dix: I am deeply in love and engaged U> a youns; man. but he puts "pleasure above everything else. He won't work and he says there is no use in sollline down until after marriage. Do you think that it' he won't .settle down and go to work before marriage ".10 will afterward? MARY T. Answer: It has been done, but I earnestly advise you not !o risk having a miracle pa;;;; for vour benelit and behoof. It happens" too seldom to make it a good gambling proposition. Occasionally, about once in a blue moon, a man who is pleasure marl and idle and worthless does settle clown and go to work alter he is married, but it doesn't happen that way often. As a matter -\i fad. many of these happy-go-lucky chaps can't settle clown to any serious work because they arc 'poor weaklings without the strength of character to stand up and right the battle of life. They lack purpose and stability and a sense of responsibility. They are parasites, not sturdy oaks. They arc playboys, not real men. They are poor things for a woman to lean on because they always fail her in her need. They are the sort of men who arc always out of a job, and whose families are always on the ragged edge of want. Discouraging Future The world is full of wretched women who married men who promised to be different after marriage: of wives who are still fishing the drunkards out of the gutter" who were going to be sober after marriage; of wives who are taking in washing to support the ne-er-do- wells who were going to work after marriage; of wives who are still chasing the rounders who were going to settle down after marriage. It is about time for women to have sense enough to marry men who are what they want in a husband before marriage, instead of marrying men who promise to be different after marriage. thor's love is giving, it is selfless, it is full of sacrifices and it lives i>n in '.-.pile of ill treatment. Of course, there are women who are cold and unfeeling mothers and who really never have even an animal affection for their ol'f- .••prins, and there are wives who wi.rship their husbands with a pas- si'.nate devotion that makes them sulier any wrong at their hands I'tit. generally speakin". a mother's love is .stronger than a wife's. Many wives divorce the husbands who are unfaithful to them, or who an. 1 cruel to them, or who arc hopeless drunkards and ne-er-do- wells; but no matter what her :;on rtc.es his mother clings to him. The blacker her sheep, the better she loves him. and she wipes out with her toars even the memory of his transgressions. Young Robber Escapes With $5000 Loot five square block area in which the gunman abandoned a stolen automobile after a 90-mile-an-hour chase in the suburb. Evanston policeman Charles Lindbuerg who pursued the robber Chicago. Dec. G -~(fp) — A young after he saw the car speeding, ra- robbcr escaped n policccoudon to-|dioed for help after the culprit clay after taking more than $5 000 'abandoned the automobile and fled : - cash and jewelry from 13''per- on fo °t into an area dotted with and suburban I sons in Chicago : Evanston. i Twelve police squads ringed a is ever half so bad as we think it is going to be, and that most 1 things come out all right in the \ w;;;;h. anyway. Worrying is just | a bad habit that you can break yourself of if you will. (Released by The Bell Syndicate Inc.) Dear Miss Dix: I am known as a worrier. Everything, no matter whether it is large or small, worries me. Have you any remedy for this? A WORRY WART Answer: The only remedy for worry i.s common sense applied in unlimited doses. Just slap it on good and thick on any siluntion and it relievos it. Refuse to borrow trouble about something that mvy not happen, or that has already happened, and that you cannot help. Just do the best you can and (rust Ihe balance to God. with the assurance that you have gained from past experiences that nothing For quick, delightfully comforting help for aches and palna of Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis, Lumbago. Sclntlon, or Neuralgia trjr Remind. Works through the blood. First dose usually starts alleviating pain so you can work, enjoy life and sleep more comfortably. Oct Remind at druggist today. Quick, complete satisfaction or money buck guaranteed. Dear Dorothy Dix: Which is {he greater, a mother's love or a wife's love? MRS. X. Answer: The love of a wife and mother are so entirely different that it is hardly fair to compare them. You might almost as "well ask: "Which is better, ice cream or roast beef?" A wife's love is possessive, it is demanding, it. in a matter of the body as well as the sou], it can be killed by coldness and neglect and cruelty. A mo- SALE .- 8 Kegs 3d 80 Kegs 4d 2-7 Kegs <kl 38 Kegs 5c! 40 Kegs 5d 24 Kegs 6d 80 Kecjs 7d Cement Coated Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Coated Cooler Nails o PRICE — $9.00 per Keg f.o.b. Prescott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Every Person Who Owns an Automobile Assumes This Contract: All hospital, doctor and nurses bills; cost of judicial proceedings; lawyer's fees; and judgement resulting from an Injury to any other person for which I am liable on account of the use of my car. "As a guarantee of the fulfillment of this agreement, I pledge as security all my real estate, chattels and other property I now own or may hereafter acquire or possess." OUR AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY POLICY WILL ASSUME THESE OBLIGATIONS FOR YOU. ALSO.... WHETHER "Liable" or not ... we pay (for an additional premium of $5.00) .all medical expenses; doctors, nurses, hospital and drugs up to $500.00. If you do not carry Liability Insurance . . . then by all means ... get one of our AUTO ACCIDENT POLICIES which pays $500.00 medical expense ($1,000.00 in case of death) all for the small premium of $5.00 for a whole year; (not just one trip) whether you are driving or just for the ride on the back seat. SEE: TO BE SURE—INSURE Phone 810 210 S. Main Consult your agent as you would your doctor or lawyer Idewalf thcs, as tlhstialed f ovo//pb/o oi cxlta cos/. ? « the Btniek SVJPER! With mijtwflmv Dried i w«ff«? a'oofai- away you know it's a Buick — and another style ten-strike. And even from the outside you can sense something of its new roominess, something of the wonderfully wide view-of-the- world you get from full-curved windshield, narrow corner posts and stepped-up glass area. But that just makes a start on the good news. For the silken magic of sensationally successful Dynnflow Drivel is available at your option on all models of this 'ty SUHiK. Every wheel rides on Buick's Special soft coil springs, livery stew out look— Mini fcntiircs-bii-thc-fist ful i it 4fav season's t<»$B buy! streamlined taillights, contoured rear bumper, Hi-Poised engine, fine rich finish —marks this as the year's standout car. And (he price tag? Matched against the field, it is almost a command to get your order in. Check it and see. Your Buick dealer will be happy to oblige — and talk business whether or not you have a car to trade. OIL DOES IT ALL — with Dynatlow Drive! You jusl set a lever, sfep on Ihe gas and s/eer. The power plan! itself, not shilling gears, delivers the power you need — for starling, accelerating, climbing, crui.'injj, every driving condition. tire is an oversize cushion mounted on a wider-than-usual rim. And every Dynaflowmodel has an extra plus in self-adjusting valve lifters that keep valves seating themselves just right. Indeed, each detail — wide swinging doors, gracefully ROOM— WITH A VIEW. Seats ore broad in this new Buicfc. And soil, so that there's extra room overhead. And windshields are a full 56'/i inches across, glass area in A -door Sedans stepped up 22%i #««« has mil these f Silk-smooth DYNAFLOW DRIVE* • fULL-VIEW VISION SWING-EASY DOORS • "LIVING SPACE" INTERIORS wilh Deep-Cradle cushions QUADRUFIEX COIL SPRINGING • DUREX BEARINGS, mam u ,,d connecl/ng rods Cruiser-Line VENTIPQRTS (Super and Roaclmasler) • low-pressure tires on SAFETY-RIDE RIMS FIREBALL STRAIGHT-EIGHT POWER on H/-PO/SED ENGINE MOUNTINGS Ten smarf models featuring BODY BY FISHER •T.-'u.-Jucd on ROAD/.!ASIiR, onliono/ ol tAl, 3 co:l on SUP£ : S models 207 E. 3rd & Walnut Hope, Arkansas f

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