Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 8, 1948 · Page 2
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Page Two The little bow of slvinc or ribbon on the swoatband of men's frnn, 'M bel ' evcd by somo <<> finto from the time when men's hats were adjustable. Walker Cooper Recovering From Operation HOPE STAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS News in «- S l; T '° llis - T^. " --i/l'i— Catcher III walker Cooper of the Ne-.v York Ipiants. who underwent surgery on ms left, knee yesterday, \vn.t' reported in pon >' '••(••y.lition today at St.^ John's hospital. The tai •' cali-her injured fhe kn^p . "nrlv this year in ,-i collision with I Bob Brarjan of the Brooklyn Dod"- Wednesday, December 8 The Methodist, choir will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. A teacher,-; & officers meeting will be held at First Baptist church " ' P.m., regular church business l_ 7: t.) ,.n(! choir prac- meot.hu; il tice at "H :<!!). . The operation was performed bv Dr. Ho-hort F. Jiv!;;nr>, club surgeon of the St. Louis Cardinals. Here's What She For Her Christmas WONDERFUL hi FT IDEA LOVELY MAID creates a marvelous new idea . . combines the charm of a feminine gown with fhe frills and lace of a negligee. 75-denier jersey in tearose or blue. Sizes 34 to 40. You'll find a complete selection of Gowns, Slips and Panties that are sure to please her. Gome in and select her gift from our complete stock, r A week of evangelist ic services are being held at the Presbyterian church this week. The Rev' Basil V. Hicks, p/jxtor of the First Pres- byttnan church at Arkadelphia v.'ill preach each evenin," except Saturday at 7:30 p.m. All are invited to attend those services. The choir will brim; messages in sons! : Thursday, December 9 i Mrs. Paul Huehanan will be hos- i less to the '47 Hi-idgo Club at her mnoe Thursday at 2:.'!() p.m. Thursday, December 9 There will be a basketball game at tiie Prescott gym at 8 p.m., ! Magnolia A & M Muleriders vs Legionaires. Hope Star Friday, December 10 An executive meeting of the P.T.A. will be held at the home of j'Mrs. Gene Halo at 2 o'clock. A I Christmas program will be presented ill the regular P.T.A. meeting at Park Momentary School at 3 o clock. S»or of Hop* 1899; prett 1927, Conjolldoted January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. AI i5' E< Palrner ' President Alex. H, Washburn, iecretary-1 reasurer at fhe Sfar buildinp 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor 8, Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmcr, Meek Supt. '•** M. Davis, Advertising Manager Enrered as second class maHcr a> tht Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under thi Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterpriso Association. Highway toAwa Wednesday, December 8, 1948 of People McMnlh has asked the budget committee to cut non-essential con slruction items to keep appropriations within the amount of revenue anticipated and to make more money available for building roads. The City Council met on Monday night in regular session with all members present except Alder- n^m .1. R. Bonds. Mayor Ward pro-' I .sided. Tt was voted to give Mayor Ward and Supt. Wynne authority to pin-chase chlorinator to be used in connection with Prcscotl's water .system. Granted donation of $50 to Business and Professional Women's club who arc sponsoring the Goodfellow baskets again this year for needy families, in and near Prescott. ! On vote approved bills totalinf ; $0540,Gf> There being no further business the council on motion adjourned. SECOND and MAIN ^ OQ 24-Bottle Case "''I plus deposit — «t your dealer 60THED UNDER AUIHORIIY OF THE COCA-COtA COMPANY fcY HOPE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Subscription Rotes: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per week 20t oer month 85c. Mail rates—in Hemp stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller one LoFayette counties, $4.50 Ddr year; else where $8.50. National Advertising Representative — Hr'<onsas Dallies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. ^fprick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madisor. Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grano Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Th< Associated Press is entitled exclusively tc the use for republication of all the loca' news printed In this newspaper, as well ai all AP news dispatches. Tests made at the Mellon Institute indicate that cutting, shaving or singeing do not make the hair grow faster or thicker. Little Rock, Dec. 7 — iV7>) — Consideration of state hi»hwa.v appropriations has been deferred until voters approve or reject Gov.-fleet Sid McMath's road bond plan. The budget committee of the Arkansas Legislative Council voted today not to act on the highway department's request for $19,(lOO.Otin for each of next two years pendini' outcome of a probable special election on McMath's proposal. McMath campaigned on a plan calling for four annual bond issues totaling $28.000.000 to finance highway construction. Each issue would be voted on at a special election. The governor-elect plans to seek authorization of a special election during the first week of the 1919 j legislative session opening next month. If authorized by the legislature, as expected, an election will be called by McMth before the end of I he session. McMath figures that proceeds nf Man on Trial for Rope of Daughter May flies adult stage. the bond issues combined with | of another federal and state funds would make M-ivs- , $80,000.000 available for road work y ' during the next four years. The budget committee agreed that no intelligent study of highway appropriations needs can be made until fate of the bond plan is known and that in the meantime attention can be given other budget requests The budget committees studies money requests of state departments, institutions and agencies and then makes recommendations to the legislature, which makes the appropriations. ParagouUI, Dec. 7-m— Roy Newholi-s. former ParagouUI Tav- wilh the law for more than a wa'r" went on trial here today on a charge that he raped his 25-yeai- old daughter. The daughter, Mrs. . Prances JP on testified in circuit court that Newboles ravished her in his automobile near here the night of last July 4 and 'on other occasions during the past year. She was to be cross-examined by the defense this afternoon Only yesterday the Arkansas Sum-erne court affirmed a two-year prison sentence for for Newboles m the fatal shooting of William Davis, 23-year-old Lcachville man nt his tavern Oct. C. 1947. Newboles was convicted of manslawh- the ease. He is charged with "gree murder in the shootim? Lcachville man, Gerald the same time. no food in the Mav Follow Neqlect Did you ever sec an attractive person with irritated "GUMS"? Druggists refund money if first bottle of "LETO'S" fails to hen JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. —Adv. Burns Fata! to DeQueen Court Operator DeQueen, Doc — (/T>) — William A. Brickcr, GO, tourist court operator died in a hospital here htis morning of burns. Bricker's clothes became ignited yesterday while burning .grass at his place. 10 miles cast of here on U. S. Highway 71. His widow, one son, Kenneth of Marion. Ind., and a daughter. Mary Ellen, a student at the Col-| legc of the Ozarks, survive. i The funeral will be held tomor- I row at Lockcsburg. i Anything moving at GO miles an hour travels US feet per second. IT'S ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST St. Jo3eph Aspirin is as pure &3' money can buy. The first choice of millions for highest quality. 12 tab-'' lets lOc, 100 tablets 45c. Demand St. Joseph ASPIRIN SOOTHES SMARtlNO MAKES ' ; SVVUtfi ASAIN Quick relief with 9 Don't go on suffering from painful, dry, cracked lips- reach for Mentholatum. Feel fast-acting MenthoJatum's famous combination of menthol, camphor and other ingredients soothe tender lip skin, revive dried-out skin cells, help them retain needed moisture. Soon smarting pain leaves, lips feel smoother—it's a pleasure to smile again. In tubes and jars— 3 5 ((and 75 tf sizes. R. T. Murry, President of the PrcseoU Chamber of Commerce, announced today (hat in a board meeting held November 22 it was unanimously voted to conduct and sponsor a Community Clinic here in Prescott, jointly with the Ark- nnsa.s Resources and Development Commission. The initial meeting to lay plans for i his two day Clinic will be a dinner meeting held January 12 i with J, F. Tuohey acting as Moderator and presiding at the meeting. An invitation will be extended to the Officers and Board members of the following organixat.ions: Rose Garden Club, Prescott Garden Club, Business and Professional Women's Club. P.T.A.. Musical Coterie, Rotary Club, Kiwnnis Club, Boosters- Club and the Chamber of Commerce. An invitation will also be sent to the City and County officials as well as to the school officials of Prescott. The date set for the Clinic is February 8 and 9 with an evening meeting to be held February 7. Additional details of. the Clinic will be announced later. Phone 3*2 SccgntJ and touiiionu C' v .' 1948, I he Cccc-Cda Company No matter what you've been offered for your present car, your nearest Kaiser-Frazer dealer would like to tell you what he thinks it's worth. It could be much more than you think. And while you're about it, see and drive the 1949 KAISER or FRAZER. Power to spare, with many a long- mile between gallons. Room for yourself and your five best friends. Style and luxury that make the KAISER and FRAZER the most copied cars in America. A ride that smooths the bumps and hugs the road at any speed. Before you decide on any used car, bring in the $50.00 coupon and find out easily —and without obligation — what your present car will bring. LUCK MOTOR C 500 S. Wainui, Hope *• t CARRUTHERS MOTOR 406 N. Front Street, Prescott r.

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