Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1948 · Page 2
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Page Two HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Give comfort! Dcliglil Jicr with brilliant colpi-,oj> dninly pnslrls .., slides ona «p«ff» of Snarling, R»)-<m Satin, Pctii-poiutJ CHAS. A. COMPANY Marsha!! Plan Spending Is Studied Washington, Dee, fl — W) — Proposed second-year spending for Die Marshall estimated at around $4,500.000.000 — gets its first scrutiny today from bi-partisan foreign policy lenders in congress. Senators Connnlly (D-Tnx). who Prescott News Thursday, December 9, 1948 * Thursday, December 9 There will be a basketball game at the Prescott gym at 8 o'clock- Magnolia Mulericlers vs. LeEion- naires. Vamlonberg iR-Mich), the retiring chairman, avrangctl a meeting (10 n. m. C'S'Ti-\vit_h budget experts of I the economic i'uoppr'ntion admini stration. ; Friday, December 10 The PTA executive committee will meet at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Gene Hale. The PTA will meet at the Park Elementary school at 3 o'clock. A Christmas Monday, December 13 Federation of the at 2:30 o'clock. me<H ° l Hope Star Star of Hope 1879; Press 1927, Cohsolldoted January 18, 1929 prcsr-nt $5.055 000 Oflo' an'm-onri'ntirai I P OK< ? Garden C ' UD will have a joint f<n- ICuroncmV \-ecovery P 1 1 " n = nn ?" meeting at Hotel Lnwson But the figure is neither official I ° cioc "' nor final. Olticials said it is simply "as close' ns anybody's guess right now." •' If ooonomic.'aid to'China is increased and lumped with the European spending, the total will rise. Also, EGA expects to take over from the army; 1 the administration of Korean relic'f, which now runs about 810,000,000 a year. Connally indicated to Following the evangelistic service at the Presbyterian church Monday evening a fellowship hour was enjoyed in the dining room of the church. A surprise birthday party was given Mrs. Warren Cummings. who has also been church organist for 25 years.Following a talk by C. H. Tompkins, Mrs. Cummings was Connally indicated to a reporter iu "'i )K .'"?< mr ?_. LAimmmgs was in advance o," today's talk'; thnt P roscntcd •} white carnation cor Ihnv ,,,,,,,1,1 !,„ .. ,' .sane, a silver ten sprvirn wil> tr.fv would bjj concerned more % V- , vcr lca service war with how confess should handle rnatch '»G lemon dish, sugar shell. ECA's moncif problem than with ! S?T°n and - a pair o'.double can, the sums involved ale-holders, in recognition of her ' faithfulness rind spruicp (n V.or Hot Springs Foils to Place on Big Six .Little Rock, Dec. 0 — r/p) —Champion Little Rock dominates the official 194S all-Big Six high school football team with four selections Every Big Six member except Hot Springs placed at least one man on the eleven selected by the loop's coaches. Pine Bluff,. North Little .Rock^and El Dorado placed two each, Fort Smith one. No player was named unani- , ^ - - . . u ,, JtttlllVJV-t UI1UI11- mously. The strongest choice was Center Henry Fitzgivvon, Little Rock, who was named by five of the six coaches. Eight seniors and three juniors make up the honor eleven, which averages 171 pounds a man' ^..•w ••U1UV.1..1, j-,-.--.^,.. Vfc .,,_. faithfulness and service to her church. The serving table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of mixed flowers, A three tiered birthday cake was placed at one end which was served by Mrs. Vernon Fore and a silver coffee service at the other end where Mrs. W. G. Bensberg presided. Published every weekday afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. .. *•• &• Palmer, President AI«X. H. Woshburn, Secretary-Treasurer ot (he Star buildinp 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. *'"*• H - Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. Je5i M - &avfs, A-Verfising Manoger Q V?, cond class matter at th, A • < i. °,' H °P e ' Arkansas, under thi Act of March 3, 1897. !£rLT M ,1 Qns Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. * P " R ° tcl: Payabla Ji .» i stead, Nevada, wh SB so"" 1 ' 6 , - Mail ro <es— >'n Hemp Howard, Miller an, $4 ' 5 ° D "' r yOQr; Clse Notional Advertising Representative Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igqn Avcnus; New York City, 292 Madisc.. Ave; , .. Mich., 2842 W. Granr ,J T. ., . ran Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldq New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press- TH .Associated Press is entitled exclusively t the use for republication of oil the locc news printed in this newspaper, as well a all AP news dispatches. Mrs. Tom Bemis Donnic ,_, * u . , , i_.v, H I 10 C> 1 1 VI .LJUJ-IJ J JU Durham attended a performance of Carousel in Little Rock last week. Mrs. Ernest Cox has returned from Little Rock where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Barrosy Jr. and son. , .._ SUFFERED FOR MISERY DUE TO NASAL CONGESTION. SUPPLY RUSHED HEREl Kolit-f nt Inst from torero of Binlln :atm-rh, and liny fever due tu .lasnl conBos- tion is seen today in reports of sud'ccss with i formula which has the power to rcduco nasal conRcstloB. Men and woman with nsonizmg• amua headaches, closed nostril" envuche, hawking and sneczinB misery tell 9s JOHN P. COX DRUG STORE Mail Orders Filled The second annual Home Demonstration Council Banquet will be held at Hotel Lav/son, Decembe- 17 at 11:30 a.m. This one of the no ft important events of the Home Demonstration Club in Nevada County and all Home Demonstration clubs are urged to attend. The food is prepared and served by the hotel and all the women are guests for a day and get away from all house work and have a very enjoyable day. Each woman will pay SI.00 for her plate. Table decorations will be by Mrs. N. N. Daniel and Mrs. Arthur Tur- •ncr. The program is planned by Mrs. A. M. Rettig and Mrs. Horace Jones. It is the duty of each club member to come and take part in this program and make the meeting a success. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White of Little Rock were the week end guests of Mrs. W. R. White and Mrs. Clyde Grisham. The finest Christmas Gift We have a complete selection of jewelry, watches, rings and other lovely gifts for anyone on your gift list. Come in today. Gifts for the Home Give her silver, ,we -have both Sterling and Holmps and Edwards plated silver in just the patterns to please her. Maybe,she would like China ... be sure'to see our patterns of Bavarian china. She will love our West Virginia Crystal. Special value CRYSTAL ... Formerly $1.00 Gift Suggestions for Him O PARKER '51' SETS O WATCHES O RINGS O CHAINS O LIGHTERS Nothing could be nicer than a pin, choker, pearls or ear screws. We have a wide selection and you will be sure to find just the gift for her. Other Giff Suggestions for the lady on your list O DIAMONDS O WATCHES O SILVER O CHINA O CRYSTAL O POTTERY• O COMPACTS O MANY OTHERS EXPERT WATCH REPAIRMAN ON DUTY AT AT ALL TIMES. JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP Next to Barlow Hotel HOPE Phone 11 The Woman's Missionary Society met Monday atfernoon at the home of. Mrs. W. G. Bensberg for a regular monthly meeting. Mrs. Vernon Fore, president, conducted the business session. It was voted to give $10 to the B and-PW Club for Goodfellow boxes. A nice sum was realized from the jugs filled with change turned in by the members to be used for local work,. Mrs. Bensberg gave a chapter on Puerto Rico from the study book "On-Our Own Doorstep." Mrs. Joe Hamilton gave the concluding chapter on "Tomorrow". Mrs. Carl Dalrymple had charge of the service for the Praise and Thanks Offering. The hostess served a delicious desert plate to the following members present: Mrs. Vernon Fore, Mrs.- D. W. Durham, Mrs. Bob Reynolds, Mrs. Joe Hamilton, Mrs. Carl Dalrymple, Mrs. N. N. Daniel, Mrs. John Hubbard, Mrs. John Dewoody, Mrs. Sidney Parker Davis, Mrs. Joe Wray, Mrs. Warren Cummings, Mrs. E. L. Cass and Mrs. W. C. Reaves. Duncan Mitchell of Little Rock was the Monday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dallis Atkins. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Phillips of Rosston were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pfiefer and daughter. Sarah Ann have returned to their home in Chidestor after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turberviile spent Sunday in Arkadelphia as the guest of relatives. Mrs. Matt Hitt of Little Rock spent the weekend in Tcxarkana with her mother. Mrs. M. W. Greeson who is ill in the Texarkana hospital. Mrs. A. W. Hudson and Miss Eloise Hudson spent Monday in Toxarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simpson have returned to their home in Cincinnati. Ohio after having been tile guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bemis and sons. Miss Dorothy Wilson has returned to Little Rock after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Robbie Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gordon had as their weekend guests their daughter, Mrs. Emmet Parham and son Ricky of Camden. Victory Home Demonstration Club met Friday afternoon at the Jiome of Mrs. A. L. Turner. Mrs. W. D. Durham, president, conducted the business. Plans for Christmas were discussed. The club will sponsor a Christmas home decoration contest for homes along the Rosston road. First, second and third cash prizes will be awarded. Present plans are for ladies of the Victory Club to judge the home demonstration December 23. During the social hour the hostess served coffee and cake to the eleven members present. A new member, Mrs. Ben Whitaker was welcomed into the club. The Women of the Presbyterian church U.S. met Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the home o/ Mrs, Tom Bemis. The president, Mrs. S. O. Logan, opened the meeting with the Xmas thought "Legacy of Peace" taken from the Presbyterian Woman, followed with prayer by Mrs. Lp- Minutcs were read by the secretary, Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. Mrs. Mary Montgomery, treasurer, gave a financial statement. The reports of general officers and cause secretaries were filed. The Women of the Church U.S. have a new ward, John Bradley Milton, aged three, in the Vera Lloyd Home at Monticello. Plans for John's Christmas were made. Mrs. J. I. McCartney conducted the circle business. Mrs. T. C. McRac Jr., program leader for the afternoon, led in prayer after which she gave the Bible Study on "The Books of Acts." She also gave, an impressive devotional on "Preparing Ourselves for Christmas." Mrs. Mc- Hae. secretary of ministerial relief, also brought a message on "Far- Sighted" explaining the Joy Gift. The Joy Gift offering was taken at the close of the program. Mrs. Bemis served a delicious dessert plate to the seventeen members present. The meeting adjourned with the Mizpah Benediction. Mrs. Dwight Westmoreland 'of . Little Rock is (he house guest of her sister. Mrs. D;illis Atkins and Mr. Atkins. I Choir members of the First Methi odist Church who attended the pre- j mentation of "The Messiah" at the Fust Methodist church in Hot I Springs Sunday were Mrs. .1. E. Ri.-gun, Mrs. Chrisiine McMa'hen. Miss JeuiiL'tti? Gardiner, Miss Nina ! C;nhfriiK' Scott and Jeff Living- sum. Otho He.slerly, student at Ouachita -College. Arkadelphia, spent u-et-kcnd with liis puronts, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Hesterly. .Mrs. J. V. McMahcn returned Saturday night from Tucson. Ariz. where she has been spending several weeks with relatives. Daily Bread Continued From Page One one who would otherwise be his own responsibility? . That is a hard one to answer, for there are probably a lot of borderline cases. Any investigation of the subject would be difficult and perhaps inconclusive. Maybe it should be tackled anyway, But care would have to be taken that the investigators were aiming at honesty and economy, and not availing themselves of a handy political weapon. Gas Companies Criticized for Price Fixing Little Rock, Dec. 9 —(.I 5 )—C K. Elliott, Jr., of Pine Bluff, is critical of the gasoline pricing policies of Oil .companies. The retiring president of the Arkansas Independent Oil marketeers association told the group's convention here that "net" gasoline prices varied from one to nearly three cents a gallon in various sections of the state. "It looks like they are trying to force out competition," he s'aid. fc ' f f BRINGS RELIEF WITH "*,. EVERY BREATH You luiow what wonderful relief you get when you rub on Vicks VapoRub! Now . . . when you "have a nagging, raspy cough due to a cold, here's a special way to use Vicks VapoRub. It's VapoRub Steam and it brings gra'nd relief in a hurry! Put a good spoonful of Vicks VapoRub in a bowl of boilin™ water or vaporiser. 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