Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1948 · Page 3
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Tfuirsdoy, 9, HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ersona Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9AM and 4 P. M I Friday, December 10 The Service Class of the Fi'-st Christian church will meet at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10 at ihf Hotel Barlow for the annual Chr'sti.i.-i' dinner. Gifts will be exchanp»d Friday, December 17 A one-act play "Muggsy's ulcrry Christmas," for the annual Im-ii school Christmas play \viil lie given Friday in nssomblv. l)ece m . her 17 at 1 o'clock, by ivi'miher;. ,,\ Thespians Trouue 3(j. Friday, December 10 The Winsome .Sunday School Class of the First Baptist ehureh Will have their ClirKini;;s pnriv Friday at 7 >0 it Hi church. H,v;- tesses will w Mi<* Homer Ueyerlv Mrs. Harold /CumUi Mrs. A V Williams, Jl Mis-, Marjorie Waddle. For the pleasure of their neice Miss ChaikHto r-upley. Mr and Mrs. Jame«! II Miller will ent-r- tain with a found I Clnistnias dance at the V.I W Hut Friday rii»h'i at 7:30 o clock, ' " ' Monday, December 13 The Y.W A oE r irsl Rnnti-'t church will mcr, 1 in the home of Mrs. Jams'. Bitkiioul, Glfj South Elm St. Monday De-comber !3 at 7 p.m. foi then -annual Christmas party. Gifts Will be exchanged. Each rncrnbfi please bring your package ot fi nt nuts, candy or other food JToi ihfe Christmas basket. • ' Mrs. Oliver Adams Hostess to Citfite 3 First Chnstiar} >Church Circle Ihicc? \>l the Council of th^ Fust church met Wednesday 7:30 o'clock in' the horn. Women's Christian night at oi Mrs. Cor the annual Oliver Adams. Christmas path The Adams houic v> is beautifully decorated with Christmas greenery and Naildinn berries. The mantel in |th.' living room held an arrange- i miMil of pine cones, greenery and I i eel berries. ; Tlv- meeting was opened with the ! Lord's- Piaycr repeated in unison. ,' Miss J^orothy Dodds, program lead- !.-r. preseiued Mrs. William P. ' Hardegree who gave an inspiring ! C'hiistinas storv. "The Other Wise - iU.':>". by Henry Van Dyke. The i .o-iaip X;IM<; Christmas carols, fol- |io\\ed by a contest which was won I i'.V Mr;-. Al Park-. Gifts were ex- i elriiuiu-d from the beautifully light- i •'•<' Christmas tiee. I I he hostess Ki.-rved a delicious ! dessert plate with coffee, carrying ! out the Christina.-; motif, to Hi meni: bi.-rs and 2 guests. Mrs. Hardegree ••mi Miss Glaclino B. Morris. Paisley P.T.A. Meets In School Auditorium, Wednesday The Paisley P.T.A. met in the school auditorium Wednesday afternoon. December H for the regular monthly business meeting. The meeting \v;>s opened with a prayer lj\ Mrs. O. A. Graves. During the business session, reports were given by various committees. Mrs. Norman Moore and Mrs. C. v! N'.inn were apnointed to serve on the_ Founders Day Committee. The Prc.'.idi.nt urged members to buy Christmas seals. Mrs. Albert (-leaves gave a report on plans for the Christmas party to be given foil-he children, Friday afternoon, December 1Y. . Following the business session Mrs. M. B. Hatch, and Mrs. F. J Burroughs presented the children of the school in an annual Christmas pageant entitled "The First Wool". It is the story of the Birth of Christ in word and song. Different scenes leading up to the Birth o; Christ were portrayed. intervals along the were hung at stairway. The guests were invited into the dining room by Mrs. Lloyd Spencer and Mrs. Dick Watkins. The dining table was center eel with a Normandy lace cloth and a Dresden compote holding an arrangement of sweetheart roses. The silver service was placed at one end of the table at which Mrs. .1. J Battle and Mrs. Catherine Howard, presided. Others assisting in the dining room were Miss Roberta Howard. Miss Judy Watkins and Miss Carolyn Lewallen. Members of the houseparly included: Mrs. L. L. Person and Mrs. iMnmet Williams oi Garland City. Mrs. H. ],. Searcy and Mrs. Ralph Burton of l.ewisville. Mrs. Wilbur Jones of Ozan. Mrs. Paul Klipseh. Mrs. O. A. Graves, Mrs. R M Dritmt and Mrs. F. R. Johnson. The buffet held lighted tapers in Dresden candlelabra and the antique chest held a lovely arrangement of pink stock. Proceeds from the Tea and the Hearing on Gas Line Set December 16 Little Rock. Dec. 9 •—(#)— The ; Arkansas . Public Service commis- ;sion has scheduled a hearing Dec Hi on the Arkansas Western Gas :company's application to build 17 I miles of transmission line in Den- Iton, Johnson. Madison and Wash- jington counties. i The company proposed to issue ',$500.000 of three and three-fourths i per cent bonds to finance the project. Glsof Next War to Have New Uniforms That was his reply when asked ; seen whether hf'll have further nt a news conference whether DIP i talks with her. matter would be discussed at the! u v ..j]i bp the first meeting of affair which he and Mrs. Truman the two since the generalissimo's are holding for _ China's first lady. Uvifc came here last week to" plead China aid is what Madame: for more American help' to ihe Cliiaiif! is coming to see him about (Chinese Naloinalist government in Mr. Truman told reporters. He i its battle with the Communists added that it still remains to be 1 Madame Chiang has talked pre- viously to Socretni". shall. Administration officials !> have beer, cool to Chiang's mission. And in today, Foreign Secretary _.„. Uevin sai.-l Hi itaiti is in no position I-. to tin -anything very material>fonSl China." .'•ale of articles from Elli.s rslnnc! I I which were on display will go to the soldiers at Ellis Island which is the D.A.R. project. Approximately 125 guests called during the appointed hours. The world's first wire suspension bridge, spanned the Sehuyllkill river near Philadelphia in 181G. motored to Little Hock Wednesday to attend the bedsiae ,.f Mr WhiUvorth's father, W. \V. Whitworth, who is seriously ill in the Missouri Pacific Hospital. Coming and Going Hospital Notes Mrs. J. K. Green motored lo Lit- ' tie Rock Wednesday to spend sev- ! era! days with relatives and friends. Mrs. George Sissel of DcQuoen arrived Friday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Patterson and Mr. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Whihvorth Julia Chester Mr. and Mil. Hope, announce the daughter. December Admitted: Mrs. Andrew Hie key. Discharged: Mrs. Vinnic Powell, Hope. Dwight Pankey. Emmet. Andrew Hickey, arrival of 8, 194*. Hope. Josephine Discharged: Mrs. Bill Laha and little dan ter. Hope. Mrs. Odewoll Clark and little son. Lcwisville. New York. Dec. 0 -- i,rt — If; there is another war the American i soldier may go into battle like King : Arthur's knights, wearing armor, i , A sample of plastic body armor i 'described as able to stop' .4,7 eal- libre revolver slugs was revealed by jthe army to the textile square club ' ihere tonight. | , This and many other improve- ' iments in military textiles and de: signs were demonstrated by Maj. | Gen. W. H. Middleswart. 'deputy' 'quartermaster of the army, and l.i. : i Col. Howard O. McGillin. lepiv- i Isenliiig the industrial mobilisation '' branch of (he same branch. Some of the army's findings and discoveries demonstrated include: A new lightweight Arctic clothing ensemble that gives protection in 5n-bel:>\v zero weather. A new fabric that is "sewed with cement" and which permits body vapor to escape yet keepts the wearer dry from rain or snow. ' l |Seams of the water-repellent materials are .joined wit h cement instead of thread. .' A fire-proof fabric, and still an- i .'other that wears twice as long as '. I the average material. " • ! A new nylon-reinforced sock that ! 'wears so long it saves the army: |alone a .million dollars a year. The | j army also has a shrink-resistnnt :h-|sock. i A new wool-nylon flag that will ' LAST DAY --- FEATURES 2:43 - 4:47 - 6:51 - 8:55 >RUTHIE8STEP.ROR! ...raiding ...ravaging! ANDY DEVINE JACK HOLT Miss, Elizabeth Pilkin'-on Honoree at Bridal Shower Mips Elizabeth Pilkinton, whose wf.:lc!:ng will be an event of December :\<5 v,-as honoree at a delightful ! bridal shower Tuesday in the i chinch parlors of the First Pres- j bylerian church. The Christmas . motif was carried out in the dec- I orations. i Mrs. C. C. McNeil, hostess, was : assisted by Miss Lucy Hannah and : MIPS Nancy Deal in serving a des- 1 sert plate, nuts and coffee to the ; lollowing quests: members of the Choir and Mrs. I. L. Pilkinton. I mother of the honoree and Mrs. iJ. H. Belts, grandmother of the ! honoree. 'altz into Darkness By William Irish Copyright by William Irish—Distributed by NEA Service, Inc. THE STORY: Several days pass and nothing happens, there are no more letters. Then on the fifth day, Bonny dresses carefully to go out. She is gone until after dark and returns home drunk. Durand knows that the sender of the mysterious letter addressed to "M'iss Mabel Greene" is now right here in town. outlast all-wool flags three or four times. ; Col. McGillin outlined a prepar- I edness program for industry includ- j :ing mobilization plans which he l said should be started at once. C.A.R. Silver Tea Held Wednesday Afternoon The John Cain Chapter of the lAA.Ii. were hostesses at a Silver Tea. in .the home of the regent, j Mrs. Chas. A. Haynes, Wednesday I afternoon from 3 lo 5 o'clock. I Mrs. R. E. Cain met the guests j-at the door and Mrs. Herbert Lew- j alleri - introduced them to the rc- i eoiving line which included: Mrs. Haynes. Mrs. R. M. LaGrone, Jr., ! Mrs. James LaGrossa, Mrs. Fin- j k.-y Ward and Mrs. J. M. Houston. I The living room was beautifully j decorated in the red and green i Christinas decorations. The. mantel h.vicl an amihydtnenf of.-greenery,' red berries and lighted tapers in. antique holders. The stairway was entwined with greenery, holly, and Nandina berries and clusters of silver bells LAST DAY • FEATURES 2:00 - 3:50 - 5:33 - 7:26 - 9:16 Dennis MORGAN-VivecaLINDFORS TO "WMK tUfPlfP^ -« BRUCE DENNETT A \v.--v:.!-p i-.ro-, rciinf "THE BIGGEST UTTLS STORE IN TOWN" jnYLUNi 51 Guage 15 Denier Regular $1.95 Values These are really beautiful nylons that anyone would be pr^ud fo get for their Christ-.TICS. Buy several pairs at this special price. Slight irre'gu- icM'itii'.s i'nrit you would never novic.o Colors: Star Dust, Ap- plou-jr:, Bronze Light, Operetta, ar.ci Eocore. Sizes 8\ to 10,. 'Where Good Shoes are Fitrec! Correctly" SHOE STORE 101 E. 2nd St. Corbin Fostet Phone 1100 XXXXVI He made no reference the following day to her liquored outing, much less the greater transgression that it had encased. He waited to see if she would attempt to repeat it (in his mind some half-formed intent of following her and killing the man when he lound him i, but she did not. If a succeeding appointment had been made, it was not for that next day. She did not go out of the house that day, nor the day after that. Again he waited, again he held his breath, but she remained dutifully at hand. The appointment, if there was to be another, still hune fire. • Nor the next, either. Thc cleaning woman came, and coming i down the stairs, he caught sight of them standing close together in i the hall, as if they had been secretively conferring together. He thought he saw Bonny hastily fumble with her bodice,'as if'con- cealing something she had just received. There are other ways of communicating than by the rendezvous direct, he reminded himself. Perhaps the appointment I have been dreading so has already been kept, right before my eyes, on a mere scrap of paper. Toward the latter part of their evening meat, that same day, .she became noticeably pensive. The woman, the go-between of treachery, had gone and they were alone together. Her casual remarks, such as any I meal shared by any two people i's seasoned with, grew more and more infrequent. Soon she was making none at all of her own volition, only answering the ones- he made. Her thoughts wore obviously elsewhere. Then, quite as insolubly as it had begun, it ended again, this abstraction. Her eyes now saw they rested on him. "Do you recall that night we quarreled:'" she .said, speaking softly. "You said something then about that old insurance policy you once took out when we were living on St. Louis Street. Was that true 1 ' Do you really still have if.'" "I still have it," he said inattentively. "But it has lapsed, for lack of keeping up with the pay- ' menls. 1 She was now busily eating, as if to make up for the'time she had wasted loitering over her food before. "Is it completely worthless, I then?" ' j "No, if the back payments were I made up it would come into effect I again. Not too much time luus i passed. 1 think." | "How much would be required?" j "Kive hundred dollars." he answered impatiently. "Have we got ! that much'.'" j "No," .she said docilely, 'but is ' there any harm in asking?' j She pushed her plate back. Shy > dropped her eyes, as if he had j rebuffed her, and allowed, them to i rest on her clasped hands. Then I taking one finger in the others, she ! began slowly to twist and turn- j about the diamond ring that had once bern his wedding gift to her. She shiflet! it this way, that, specula lively, abstractedly. "How would one go about it? J mean if we did have the money. In what way is it done'.'" "You simply .send ihe money to New Orleans, to l;ie insurance company. They credit Hie pay- i mans against ihe policy," " j "And then the policy comes into | force again? " [ "Tiie policy comes into force ogain.' he said somewhat testily, annoyed by lu-r per.sisience in clinging to the subject. He had divined, of course, what her .sudden interest was. She wa.- entertaining a va-j.ue h"p>.' that they could borrow agaius 1 , il in some way, obtain means. "Could 1 see it?' "llighl now- It's where, ainong rny it's of no value, I payments have nut been maintained." She did not ure.-.s him further. Shi: sat there nii-ditaiively finger- jug the diamond on ln-r finger, shifting it a Ittle bit this w;.v. a little bit that, so that it gave! off sparks of brilliance in the lamplight. She did not ask him fur it nor about it again, but remembering that she had. he set about looking for it on his own account. This was not immediately, but some two or three days later. 'Ho couldn't find it. He looked where he'd thought he had it. first, and it wasn't there. Then he looked elsewhere, nor could he find it in any of the other places he looked, cither. It must have been lost, during Good Traveler Lexington. S.C.—(W)— The Lexington Confederate Monument apparently is none the worse for wear despite two moves since 18GG. In the most recent move the tall stone shaft was broken into 11 pieces and moved to the grounds of a new county court house. Truman to Take Up Aid to China With Madame Chiang 9 —(/I 3 }— Presi- _ loclay aid to China will be taken up when he meets Madame Chiang Kai-shek at n tea tomorrow. their many hurried moves from j Washin»ton Dec plpce to place, in the course of jdenl Truman' said' hasty packing and unpacking. Or else it would perhaps yet turn up, in some unlikely place he had not yet thought of looking for it. He desisted finally, with no great concern; with, if anything, a mem- tal shrug. 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