Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1948 · Page 6
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Six Jones Mill Ready for Full Production Little Rock, Dec. 9 — (lf\— The .Reynolds Metals company is now- operating the Jones Mill. Ark., HOPE STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS Do This Instantly—tho moment you put a few drops Of Vlcks Va-tro-nol In 6S*h nostril—you'll feel your cold-stuffed nose ^^r,. , - ttart to open up and give you wonderful relief from sniffly head-cold distress. VP-tro-nol acts so fast because It works Tight where trouble is. It relieves stuffy congestion, and makes breathing easier. It used in time, Va-tro-nol helps prevent many colds from developing! Try itf Vlcks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops. aluminum plant at. half capacity and is ready to go into full production within CO days, when power is available. That information war supplied by a company spokesman after the plant's operation entered an exchange of statements between Clyde Ellis, executive manager of tho National Rural Electric Coop- eraitve association, and C. Hamilton Moses, Arkansas Power and Light company president. Ellis, in a letter published in the association's magazine, called on the power company to supply Reynolds; with more power so that more aluminum wire could be pro- di'.ced. The rural electrification pro- jRram is being delayed by an alum- 'iiHim wire shortage, he'said. I Moses, stating he had not received a letter from Ellis, said his company had a contract to supply Reynolds the power it needs when a new generating plant at Lake Catherine is completed next October. Walter Rice, Reynolds vice-president and general counsel, said in Richmond. Va., that his company hay two pollines leased from the War Assets administration and TS operating them at full capacity, and will lease the other two pot- jlmcs and put them ink) operation ,when power is available. Friday, December 10, 1948 Prescott News Monday, December 13 The Woman's Federation of the Presbyterian church will meet ;it the church at 2::iO o'clock. The W.S.C.S. of the First Meth- orlist church will have a Harvest Day Luncheon at the church on Monday. The program will begin at 10:80 a.m. Modern refrigeration was Invented in 1(101. We are set up to sell Churches, Schools, and Industries Candies... Nuts... Fruit Hams and other Christmas Wholesale prices. No Charge for packaging 207 S. Wainur Phone 447 The Business and Professional Women's Club will hold a Christmas Banquet Monday at 7 p.m. at the Hotel Lav/son. All former members -and prospective members are invited. Tuesday, December 14 The Prescott Garden club and the Rose Garden club will have a joint luncheon meeting at Hotel Lawson at 1 o'clock. Circle 1 of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist church met Monday at 2::iO p.m. at the church with Mrs. C. A. Wynn hostess. Mrs. E. R. Ward, circle chairman, presided over the business meeting. Plans were formulated for the Harvest Day Luncheon which will be held at the church Monday at 10:30. Members present were: Mrs. Lewis Council, Mrs. Floyd Wren. Mrs. Andrew Gordon, Mrs. E. D. Galloway, Mrs. W. R. Buries, Mrs. D. S. Jordan, Mrs. J. C. Woodul, Mrs. Walter Council and Mrs. E. R. Ward. Mrs. Martin Outline was hostess to circle 2 of the W.S.C.S. at her home Monday afternoon. There was no program for the afternoon. Mrs. Orin Ellsworth, circle chairman, conducted the business. Mrs. Robert Hambright was elected chairman for the coming year. Mrs. Ellsworth, retiring chairman, was presented a gift by the. circle. The hostess served refreshments during the social hour to the following members: Mrs. S. T. White, Mrs. John A. Davis, Mrs. J. B Hostcrly, Mrs. Gene Hale, Mrs. Alec Avery and Mrs. Robert Hambright. Hope Star Sin, of Hopo 1899; Preii 1»27, Consolidated January IB, 192* Published every weekday afternoon \yw STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmor, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretory-Treasurer at Ihc Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hopo, Ark. Circle 3 of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charlie Scott. Yellow chrysanthemums and potted plants decorated the room. The business meeting was conducted by the circle chairman, Mrs. J. D. Regan. Plans were made for the Harvest Day Luncheon after which the meeting adjourned. Those present were: Mrs J. D. Regan, Mrs. Lucy Slifer, Mrs. M. D. Shell, Mrs. E. E. Shell Mrs. Floyd Hamm, Mrs. Hunter Scott, Mrs. Jim White, Mrs. Ligc Martin, Mrs. J. A. Craig, Jr. and Mrs Frank Gilbert. A business meeting of Circle 4 of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist Church was held Monday after- Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publishaf Poul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Joss M. Davis, Advertising Manager Entered as .second class matter ot th« Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under tht Act of March 3, 1897. (APJ—Moans Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per week 20< per month 85c. Mail rates—in Hemp stead, Novodo, Howard, Miller one LaFayetto counties, $4.50 per year; else where $8.50. National Advertising Representative — <Wkansos Doilies, Inc.; Memphis, Term Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madisor Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Gron<J Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Blda Now Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of tho Associated Pro«»t Thi Associated Press is entitled exclusively tc the use for republication of all the loco news printed in this newspaper, as well 01 all AP news dispatches. noon at the home of Mrs. J. T. Worthington, circle chairman, who presided over the meeting. After plans were made for the Harvest Day Luncheon refreshments were served to members: Mrs. Wat W White Sr., Mrs. Norman Whitaker, Jr.. Mrs. H. H. McKenzie, Mrs H. L. Eaton, Mrs. Dale Ledbetter Mrs. Joe A. Bailey, Mrs. P. A. Escarre. Mrs. H. W. Scott, Mrs. H. E. Dorris and Mrs. Fred Gordon. Miss Florence Trcvillion has returned to her home in Bcnton after a visit with relatives and friends in Prcscott. Mrs. Charlie Scott and daughter, Linda were the guests of her mother, Mrs. George Wylie in Hope Tuesday. Ed. I. Hephan and son Bernard of Hot Springs were business visitors in Prescott Tuesday. Rev. W. R. Burks, Mrs. Burks, Dimples Burks, Mrs. C. A. Wynn Miss Ida Rae Hamilton, Miss Myrna Sue Daniel, Pat Wren and Bobby. Elgin attended a sub-district Youth Fellowship meeting at Gurdon in the Methodist church Monday night. N. P. Phillips has returned to his home in Cromwell, Oklahoma aft- Only Chevrolet Quicker, easier and quieter in operation, Chevrolet 1 ! new 4-SPEED SYNCHRO-MESH TRANSMISSION in onu-ton and heavier duty models enables the- driver to maintain speed and momentum on grades! Anolher Chevrolet innovation tho new SPUMED REAR AXtE HUB CONNECTION injures added strength and greater durability in heavy hauling. Chevrolet's famous CAB THAT "BREATHES"" brings you ull-wealhcr comfort! Outside air is drown in and used air h forced out! Heated in cold weather. The power-packed Chevrolet tOAD-MASlER VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE, woMd-f omous for economy, is now even more durable and efficient in operation. AH A •'•','? FI "'- Wounll -- d Cub ' Uniwcid, oll-.teel cab construction • All-roundv,,,,,,,./ w,th roar-corner window,' - New, heavic, springs .full- floatmfl Hypp-d rear axles in %.,on and heavier duly models . H ld,ovac power brakes on 1. tonna d* h . fcul ,. baurin[J .. Wrimj . Wid(> b ; ° « SlOlldaid cob-lo-u^k dimension: . Mulr.plc color option *Htal,fj ami naaUulii,^ j/-i,v.ft eW ,„,., c*,,.,.., ..-L ,,„.:, ••••*<" - There's a mighty big difference in heavy-duty trucks and you'll know it the moment you hit the highway in one of Chevrolet's new heavyweight haulers. For there's a rock-solid quality, an ease of handling and pull-away power in these Advance-Design trucks. Bui discover the facts yourself. Compare values! Then—compare prices! You'll find that only Chevrolet trucks have 3-WAY THRIFT—low cost of operation, low cost of upkeep and the lowest list prices in the entire truck field. 300 East Second St. HOPE ,ARK. Phone 140 er having been the guest o£ his sister, Mrs. Imon Gee and Mr. Gee. George Stratman of Arkadelphia was the guest of friends Wednesday evening and attended the Evangelistic services at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. and W. S. Jones spent Wednesday in Little Rock as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shoemaker. Lt. James H. Dill who has boon visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Brad Hamilton has returned to Fort Sill, Okla. where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leland Lavender of Prescott announce the birth of a son, J. Leland Lavender, Jr. on December 7 al Corn Dotinell Hospital. Guss McCaskill. treasurer of the Prescott Chamber of Commerce 1 lias announced that statements for the quarterly and semi-annually paid pledges to the Chamber of Commerce have been mailed and that immediate remittance of the membership at large would be appreciated, so that "the business of this quarter can be adequately and completely conducted by the Chamber of Commerce. Rattlesnakes other .,, — ,, ,_ ,j i * 11 VA til I ULlHl V P - nomius snakes shod their fanes n't regular periods. Phosphorus 1670. discovered lilenthol Warns f^eds Have A-Bomb Washington, Dec. 8 —1/B—People who minimize the atom bomb's destructive power are playing into Russian hands, David E. Lllenthal says. The chairman ot the atomic energy commission told the women's National Press club yesterday that ' Some milifnrv mnn iv»rf- •,,. some military men and' /some scientists' now say'the bomb is | "just another super block buster" I his down-grading of the atom- ic bomb is the attitude of the Kremlin." Lilienthal said. If the country were to accept this '. idea, he said, it might spur a, drive to return the atomic energy program to military control — a move Lilenthal consistently has opposed. The program now is under supervision of the five civilian' members of the atomic energy' > commission. . '. Lilienthal also assailed the idea that supplies of uranium — the A- bomb's source material — are too; scarce for large scale use of atomic energy. He said that within the next 20 years a sizeable amount of the nation's electricity will be produced by atomic energy plants. Lilenthal predicted 1 an experimental 'plant', wouM' 'be producing itorh'n viewer 1 in'about throe years. He did not identify the plant. Open House, With 3!/2 Hours of Entertainment, ot the KXAR building Highway 29 North • .A. A Hoi Springs O N LOUISIANA Field Intensity Contours KXAR, Hope, Ark • Scale 1 inch - 18 miles; L. B. Tooley, Chief En'g'r. We v/ish to express our appreciation to every organization, merchant and individual who has co-operated in making KXAR a success in its first year on the air In turn, we have donated in the past year $13,680 worth of radio time" to Religion, Education, Agriculture and other local public events. And because the people of Hope and Southwest Arkansas responded magnificently to our Cotton Valley Disaster Broadcasts, raising $12,000 in cash and supplies KXAR ast opnng was given the Peabody Award the only Local Station in America to be so honored 1 To Present the finest programs available 2. To aid every worth-while civic or territorial drive 3, To help develop Southwest Arkansas to its full potential The Voice of Soijthwest Arkansas It ill

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