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Pdge Two HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, December 18, 1948 Social ana P ersona Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M I Monday, December 20 Miss Cnrleno Bruner. Mrs. Henry H.iyrus. Mrs. Basil York will be boKiCf^es to the Friday Music t'ub. at the Hope Country Club Monday at 7:30 p.m. For transposition call P.43. Monday, December 20 The Business Woman's Circle of the Fir.^t Baptist church will •meet Monday night, December 20 •It 7:30 o'clock, in the home of Mr?. M. S. Bates. South Elrn and -10th Sts. for its annual Christmas party. All members are asked to bring their Lottie Moon Christmas offering. Allen-Crank Wedding Announced Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas D, Allen of M.' ^aehusetts. announce the marriage of their daughter. Ruth Aloha, to Kenneth Meade Crank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crank •of this city. The wedding was solemnix.ed Sunday afternoon. November 21 at 3 o'clock, in the Trinity Methodist 'church in Washington, D.C., in the pit. q cnco of the few close friends and relatives. The Reverend Daniel Justice, officiated. The bride was lovely in a brown suit with matching accessories and a single white orchid at her shoul- dei After a reception in the home of the biide's friend, the couple left tar a hGnevmoon trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey. They will make their home at 1447 Rankin Street, Aot. 32, Washington. D.C. where Mv. Crank is connected with the Wm. H. Hahn Company in Washington and Baltimore. P'dwin Stewart. Mrs. R. L. Broach, Mrs. Kelly Bryant. Mrs. .George Nc\vbern :.<n<\ Mrs'. Henry Haync.s. The reception rooms -,vere beautiful \vhh o'eforations of nanrlina berries, iv.y. bamboo, silver bells and veil burning tapers at points of vnnta.:.'.(.'. Cetiier (.if ailraetion war, the beautifully lighted Christma:; tree. Ijiiinei' v.-.'i? served from small U'bhv (."..'nlr-ri-d v.'ith a burnin.'-! reel | candle, .-airi'.inndefl by Christmas i r;'rt i.nr.-j-y. lo '"> members and one I jut''.'it. Mi.'•":-• Sophia Sue Harper. I Airs Hamilton Hanneyan, presi- I dc-iii. conducted a short business j session. Airs. George Mc-v.'bern told the Chrht.mas ;;t(;ry "So-iny— A Christmas Gm-st" by Ruth Meld nry Stuart, followed by the life ! of the author. ;;iven by Mrs. R. E. Jackson. The distribution of Rifts closed the mectim;. News of the Churches GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street Elbert O'Steen, Pastor I Rock of Ages Broadcast liorn the church auditorium, !) to 9:30 a.m. Sunday School —10 a.m. Grady Hairston, Supt. Morning VVorshin —11. B.T.C.—f!:30 p.m. Christmas pro- gra'm in the church auditorium. Devotional. Luke 2:1-20. Mrs. Florence Booth. "The Prophets Tell of The Birth'' —Vcra Tonnermaker; Song— "O. C'onie All Ye Faithful", coiuircga- lion. Angel Tells Mary of His D'.vaiu O'Stecn. Solo — Angels Sin;-''. ist, the year. greatest service of the Jim Christmas Party Held At V.F.W. Hut <• Employes of (he Southwestern Bell Telephone Company and their guests held their Yule Party at. t'ho V F W. Hut, Friday evening at 8 o'clock The Hut was decorated in keeping with the Christmas season. Games and contest were played during (he evening after which th< gioup sang Christmas carols under the direction of Miss Colleen Ciif'ce. Miss Coffee .san;; several beautiful Christmas selections. Gifts wore exchanged from the brilliantly lighted tree and a sandwich and dessert plate was served to (if) employes and guests. Cosmopolitan Club Holds Annual Yule Party The Cosmopolitan. Club held its annual Christmas party at Hope Country Club Friday'night, Dec-ember 17* at 0:45 o'clock. Hostesses for the evening were: Mrs. George Robison, Mrs. Royce Smith, Mrs. Methodist Parsonage Scene of Yule Party The Jolt B. Graves Sunday School Class of the First Methodist church held their Christinas party in the Parsonage, Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The Reverend Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cooper received the (UK'S'.s. The living room was beautifully decorated will] silver and blue ribbon with blue bells lianR- )))« from the confer lights. Each window held a lovely red bow with greenery in .the center. Red bells decorated the living room and dining room doors. The mantel held an arrangement of smilax and white candles. Christmas ('antes entitled "What's the Name of that Song?" and "Twenty Questions", were enjoyed by all. Pri/es were awarded to Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, Mrs. Claude Lautcrbnch. Mrs. Hollis Luck, Mrs. .Toe Polk and Mrs. Karl Clifton. The claus presented Mrs. Graves and Mrs. J. E. Cooper with a lovely remembrance. Delightful reireshments were served to nrjpro.xirnatoly 40 members. "The Birth""Hark Janell FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 300 East Second Street Stephen Cook, Pastor Nancy Deal, Director of Education Sunday School —!):-15 a.m. Miller, Supl. Morning worship—10:35. Sermon: "I Am Conn:". Solo: "Avc Marie" by Mach-Gounod will be sung by Airs. Earl Powell. Anthem: "There's a Song in the Air" by Spoaks-Deis. A nursery is provided I uurinjj the morning worship. . Vesper worship —f> p.m. There V'ii! be a special Christmas program of carols, reading;; and prayer. The public is cordially invited to join in this worship. I 1 .Y.I''. —(j:!5 p.m. The young people will have their annual caroling parly Sunday night. Plans are for the Methodist and Presbyterian young people to go caroling FIRST PENTECOSTAL Fourth and Ferguson Rev. T. F. Ford, Pastor Sunday School —.9.4.) a.m. Morning worship—11. Young People's Meeting — 6:33 p.m. Evangelistic Service —7:30. Tuesday. 2 p.m.— Ladies' Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.—Midweek Services. Friday. 7:30 p.m.-—Bible .Study. Everyone is invited to attend ail of these services with us. <l <1 I I '. I 1L. * * It » l ^. I 1 . < . i . . . <-"The Angel Tells The Shepherds l "p *'''' \ ^ y °V nfi ' H ' rson ls '"of His Birtir-Clifton Carrol Booth. v "« l U) tak< -* P al '.; , poem-Joe Barry Warren. Choir practice, Iuesday ~7 p.m. "The Wise Men of The East Know ,,>' dv ;:^ k . wol l sh 'P ~ 7 l ° 7:4r >< r,t His Birth"—-Travis Purllo. Chorus—Junior Class: "Silent Night", "O Little Town of Bethlehem". Evening worship—7:30. Monday, Auxiliary—2 p.m. Mrs. j Wade Warren, president. I Wednesday, Teacher's meeting— 7 p.m. with prayer service at 7:30. You are invited to worship with us. The regular monthly Community singing will be held Sunday, December 19 at '2 p.m. at Garretl Memorial Baptist church. All singers and listeners are invited to attend. Coming and Going Miss Martha Ann Atkins of T.S.C.W.. Oenlon, Texas arrived Friday ni:.'hl to r,pc-ud the holi- i days with her parents, Mr. and i Mrs. W. S. Atkins. Mrs. Anna .Indson k'/'t Saturday morning for Beaumont, Texas, to spend tbo Christmas holidays with her daughter. Mrs. L. E. Talley and family. Notice Place your order now for a Holiday Supply of EGGNOG MIX and CREAM with your Favorite Grocer or call DUE'S DAIRY Phone 938 Miss Mary Carolyn Andrews of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. arrived Friday for the Holiday season with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Andrews. She was accompanied by Miss Mary Jane Naylor of Tulsa. Okla. who will be finest for several days in the Andrews home. Miss Oveta Honeyeutt of Dallas. Texas arrived Friday night to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Odis Honeyeutt. Miss Carolyn Trimble, teacher at Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo. is the holiday guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. V ,-Y. Trim bio. Miss Kaihryn Hatley. student al Mary Baldwin College, Stanton. Va. will arrive Saturday night to spend the Christinas season with her par- ANNUAL CHRISTMAS AMERICAN LEGI •AY NIGHT December 18 MS PT r 111 1 FIRST METHODIST West Second at Pine Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning service—11. At this hour the children and youth of the Methodist church will present a Christmas Pageant: "Light of the World" in the church sanctuary with Miss Mario;] Mouser, directing dramatics; Mrs. Edwin Stewart, Children's Choir Director, Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, Adult Choir Director, Mrs. Hinton Davis, Mrs. Earl Clifton, Mrs. J. W. Perkins and Mrs. Curtis Moran, assisting. Mrs. Essie Riley is in charge of the costumes. The Friday Music Club hour will feature the Methodist Choir in a Christmas Cantata "The Christ Child" by C. B. Hawloy. under the direction <>i Mrs. B. C. Hyatt at 4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 19. This service will In 11 broadcast over KXAR. Wesley Club will meet at (j;30 p. rn. The Young People of the church will meet at G:30 p.m. to go carol- -luig. There will be no regular evening service at the Methodist church on Sunday evening. Wednesday. Bring your Shorter Catechism for the discussion led by Mr. Cook. Christinas party —7 Thursday. AH members of the church and Sunday School are invited and urged to come to the Christmas tree party sponsored by the Sunday School. Santa Clans has something for each one who comes. A church home for those away from home and a welcome to all. May God's richest blessings be with you this Christmas season. UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST South Elm Street Elder Howard- White, Pastor j Unity's Gospel Hour— 8 a.m. i from the church auditorium by remote control. Sunday School—10 a.m. A. A Massey, Supt. Morning worship —11. Subject: "The Wonderful Saviour". Service at Jail—1:30 p.m. Baptist Training Course—• G:30 p.m. Evening worship—7:30. Ladies' Auxiliary, 2 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Warren Pick- I arcl. There will be a special Christi mas program. I Prayer meeting—7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Teachers' Meeting—7 p.m. Thursday. CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th at Gi'aciy Street Lynn Browning. Minister Bible Study ic-larses for all a;;;cs) —!):4;"J a.m. Sermon and Lord's Supper — 10:5(1 a.m. Young People's Meeting •—fiiSO p.m. Evening Worship —~:-'- n p.m. Ladies' Bible Class. Tuesday — 3::;0 p.m. Snng and Study Period. Wednesday —7:30 p.m. A warm welcome to ail to whom we can be a help and a blessing. Daily Bread Continued From Page One war will] Russia should come there would be only ono place for Spain to go. Geographically —and by a process of elimination, politically— her place is with the West. There is no reason then why we must court Franco. If Spain is in clangor of I7.UK.sian invasion he will have to make bases available to us 10 save himself. Mr. Farley has perhaps forgotten one thing. There was a certain idealism in America's fight against fascism. And there are a lot of Americans —important ones, too—who don't like fascism . any better than communism, or any belter than they liked it in 1!)41. oven though it, is no Hit-eat to world peace today. Here and There irs Arkansas FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at VVest Avenue f' Win. P. Hardegree, Minister 0:-!5—.Sunday School. We have classes for all ayes. A special Christmas offering will be taken in all classes to be sent to our orphans' homes. 10:50—Morning worship, Communion, and Sermon. The special music will be a duet by Warren Jones and Ted Jones. "Ye Wat'-hers and Ye Holy Ones." G:00—Junior and Senior CYF will i meet for a social hour and refreshments Mon W1 " meet tomorrow at Stutt 0:30—Group meetings and lesson lg al ' 1 as guests of J. Roger Crowe, for the Junior and Senior CYF. ptuU;<art. chairman. 7-30—The choir will present a J • A - McAmis, secretary,, said Christmas Musicale. It will depict i^'-y th< ' commissioners will go the story of the birth of Christ cklek hunting tomorrow morning El Dorado, Dec. 17 — i/B — A 77-year-old invalid perished in a fire which destroyed his home near the Gallon community early today. He was B. T. Wilson, wti o had been confined to his bed since suf loring a paralysis stroke last July. Wilson's wife was led to safety by a Negro maid, Mattie Bell Oliver. The maid made an unsuccessful attempt to rescue Wilson. The fire was believed to have started in a closet in Wilson's I'OOltl. Adn Must Be in Office Day Before Publication number of Words Jp to 15 16 to 20 il to 25 .. .. 18 to 30 31 to 35 56 to 40 tl to 45 16 to 50 Three Six One Days Days Month One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1,50 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only o All Want Ads Cash in Advance« Not Taken Over the Phone .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.SO 15.00 Lost BAY MARE, WEIGHT 81)0 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street. Phone 1080. 14-3t SERVICE STATION JACK. BE- tween South Hazel and South Elm. Phone 90. 15-31 For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. Me- Williams at McWilHams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo GROCERY STORE, STOCK OF groceries, part of fixtures, balance furnished with building. Small living quarters. Sec at 14th and Main. Phone 1258. 10-tt FRYERS. BATTERY RAISED. While Rocks. St.(10 each. Phono 066-W. Vcrnon Osburn, 805 W. Oth Street. 14-2w SMALL LOW PRESSURE gun and compressor. $40. Phone 655-.T. 14-3t GRUF.N CUREX WRIST WATCH, solid gold case, 17 jewels. Phone G55-J. 14-31; BAY MARE, 5 FEET HIGH, reached mane and scar on right hip. Weight 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street. Phone I03G. 14-31 ONE WHITE SIDE WALL RIM. If found please call Jessie Sinclair. Phone 330-M. lG-3t Little Rock. Dec. 17 —(/TV- The Arkansas Game and Fish Commis- LEWALLEN SETTER, oM Hoim snerklnd i SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL Third and Elm Streets Rev. W. Northey Jones, S.T.D., Acting Rector Dec. 19, the Fourth Sunday in i Advent. | 11 a.m.—Morning Prayer and Sermon. ' Dec. 24, Friday, Christmas Eve —7 p.m. over KXAR. a glorious service of song. Gladys Swarthout and Lawrence Tibbet. Solos with a chorus of 16 and an orchestra of 50 pieces. 11:30 p.m.—The Midnight Euchar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hatley. (at Hope Airport) . f\ IAHS 10 PIECE ORCHESTRA FURNISH MUSIC ADMISSION .... $3.00 per couple Tickets on Sale at: YOUNG CHEVROLET CO. CITY BAKERY HAWTHORNE'S MARKET Mrs. E. Texas is daughter, son, Mr. here. Harrie of San Antonio, holiday guest of her Miss Rose Harrie and and Mrs. John Harrie Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Kolb of Little Rock were Friday visitors of relatives and friends here. Communiques Major Joe K. Hinton of Hope. Arkansas, was graduated Friday morning, December 17, from the Air Command and Staff School, Maxwell Air Force Base. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hinton of Hope. Major Hinton came to The Air University from Lackland Air Force Base. Texas, where he commanded a squadron. During the last \\-ar he served 27 months overseas as a pilot with the 30th Pursuit Group in Porto Ilici the 1 HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 North Main Street H. Paul Holdridge, Pastor Come to the church where Jesus i.s real and come to enjoy all the fullness of God. The world is seek- in?; something that is real, the Tabernacle has the reality that can only be found in Christ. Come and attend our Sunday School and listen to the Christinas lesson as only Spirit filled teachers can teach wilh spiritual illumination. Sunday School—9:45 a-.m. The Radio Bible Class over KXAR at 10 a.m. H. Paul Holdridge, teacher. Morning worship—11. Sermon by the pastor. The Gospel Hour—1 p.m. Choir rehearsal—4:30 p.m. S. Joseph Geno, director. Christ Ambassadors—6:15 p.m. Miss Maxinc Tabor, president. Junior Christ Ambassadors — 6:15 p.m. The Evangelistic Service which is at 7:SO, will be changed into a Christmas program conducted by members of Senior and Adult classes of the Sunday School. You are invited to attend and sec the presentation of "No Room In the Inn," ami the choir will be singing your favorite Christmas carols. Tuesday. The Tabernacle Orchestra will have its first rehearsal al 7 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer and Bible Study —7:30 p.m. Thursday, Laneburg community service —7:30 p.m. i Friday. Prayer meeting —7-30 I P.m. The Pastor, Educational tor, and members of the nacle wish you all a very Christmas. in story song. Everyone r.nd convene for a business session tending' will present his "while' gift j" tllc afternoon. A tour of the pub- at the end of the pro.trr.'im. llc huiilmj; area Southwest of Stiitl- Thursday, 7:30—Choir rehearsal will be dismissed for Ihi:; week only. Friday, Dec. 24. 7:30—The annual Christmas Eve party will be hold in Fellowship Hall. Santa Clans gart also is planned. Washington, Dec. 17 —(/Pi— The University of Arkansas Medical school at Little Rock has been awarded a federal grant of $37,500 will have gifts for the children I to develop and expend training in of the Sunday School from the- Ee- psychiatry for undergraduate medi- ginners through the Junior department. cal students. It, was one the federal of 42 schools which security agency an- 7 YEARS old. Roan speckled color. Name "Chub", is hard of hearing. For reward see Harvey Allen, Phono 370, Tol-E-Tex Station. 17-31 TABLE TOP GAS RANGE IN "ood condition. 122 East Avenue B. H-3t 1938 FORD. NEW MOTOR, GOOD l.ii-ps and clean throughout. Phone G51-J. 17-3t 3 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT ring Thursday downtown. Reward for return to Mrs. Jim Huckabee, Phone 1052. 18-31 TWO SMALL HOUSES, LARGE loir;, pood location. S2500 and $2800. Immediate possession. Tyler Realty Service. l3-3t 4 ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, well located. $2750. Tyler Realty Service. Better bargains in Real Estate. 15-3t by Her Musbemd Direc- Tataer- mcrry Dunn, N. C., Dec. 17 — (UP'i — A young textile worker \vas charged with mnrdei death of his second mutilated body was found chopped up with 30 to 40 knife wounds in a shallow creek near here. Officers jailed Tom Wood. Jr., 25. of Erwin, N. C.. when he changed his story of bis vdfc's disappearance. A short time later thr-yy found the body of his wife, Mrs. Ruby Powers Wood, 22. who had expect- ed a child in four months. Her attacker had beaten her . cut her throat and plunged a knife 'into her brain. Wood told officers his wife disappeared from their bed Sunday night. But. her mother testified that she in the j and Wood had often quarreled over his visits to his first wife, Mrs. Mack Johnson of Akr£>~. ,O., who returned here recently. A neighbor, Howard Reardon, fold police Wood came to his house the night of the murder and asked for a ride home. He said Wood's clothing was wet. Later the body was found near Rcardon's house. Wood denied knowledge of the crime. FIVE ROOM HOUSE, NEW ROOF, good paint. good foundation, needs to be papered, located at 900 W. 4th. across from Court House block. Price 83,000. A good buy. Sec Floyd Portcrfield ff Son. 15-3t CHRISTMAS GIFT SPECIALS. $3.00 Fuller hair brushes, extra stiff nylon bristles. S1.95. Sec Mrs. Leon Bundy or Phone 138. 14-Gt NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE AND BATH. Close in. Across street from school, and grocery store. Apply 511 South Spruce. Phone 115r>,f. 14-3t MAHOGANY VICTROLA AND records, Mnhor'any Library table Antique Seth Thomas Clock and Apartment si?c Gas Refrigerator. Phone 200 after 3 p.m. 15-3t 1941 PONTIAC TWO DOOR SEP AN S975. Phone 051-J. 16-31 TWO YOUNG PONY MARES, suitable for children. Also G pigs. Phone 1176-J-2. 17-31 Reinf ROOM HOUSE ADJOINING eifv limits on SPG road. Phonej 140. Ophelia Bolls. 14-3t DOROTHY D!X CATHOLIC "Our Lady of Good Hope" Rev. Aloysius G. Dunlevy, Pastor of Hope, Stamps and Magnolia Mass at 10:30 on Sundays, except mi the 2nd and 4th Sun/lay at » a.m. Sunday, Doc. 19. 'the third Sundav of the month, Mass . . ...... at 10:30. Christmas Eve. F,ri- Fighter Group of the China j day the 24th, a High Mass will be Dear Miss Dix: I am a married woman and the mother of five children. We arc very poor, so I do all of my own work aint have to watch every penny. I am always busy, still my husband comes home every night complaini-.ig about having to work for his largo family and ho says that my task is easier .than his. It makes me very unhappy when I am worn out workr»-< Sor his benefit. Don't you think that the mother of a large. poor family works as hard as the father does'.' MRS. C. R. Answer: Any woman who takes care of a husband and five chU''- ren, and doe.--, all the cooking and washing and ironing and mending I and baby-tenr.;in.g. works harder ' than any other human being on earth. She has longoi 1 hours and j fewer holidays, an;) if any man 'would U'l'.k-ri.aUi: lo understudy her MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, garage, attic fan. floor furnace, landscaped. 220 East 15th street. Can be financed FHA or GI, small monthly payments. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. GARAGE, new throughout. 75 by 231 lot. 18th and South Elm. FHA or GI loan available. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN throughout. 100-foot frontage, located on East 14th street, FHA or GI loan. TWO-STORY, FOUR BEDROOMS, two baths, garage. This is an SPG homo. Make us an offer. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance. Loans 108 East Second Phone 3.21 lG-3t ROOM UNFUTiNTPT-IED APART- rnont. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street. 14-3t 2 MODERN UPSTAIRS U ished apartments. Phone' 417 1G-31 ROOM WITH PRIVATE RATH for working men or women. While House. 220 East Second Street. Phone 114-Pi. 17-3t' tell • her that she must gel busy now and support her child. If she does not know how to do any work, she must fit herself to follow some gainful occupation. Work is the only panacea for grief, and especially is it the only cure-all for the maudlin and morbid sentimentality in which your friend is indulg- imr herself. MoS-ice WE BUY. SEL1, AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West. 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. ' 1-lmo Dear Miss Di:;: I have been married for 19 years and have been very happy with my husband. However, for the past.month he has been acting very queer. He hardly speaks to me and when he- does he is rude and surly. I do not know what to do. Do you think 1 should leave him'.' WORRIED WIFE Answer: Heavens, no. Perhaps your husband is sick. Perhaps WINTER IS ON Better bring in windows, we will put glass while you shop. Noe-Eenton Lumber Co., 178. THE WAY. those broken in new Harlan- Phone 11 -71 NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE MAGA- zines for Christmas. Charles Ryy- nerson. Cily Hall. Phone 28 or nil-Ills Phone 3C9-W. 36-lmo for a wee Air Task Force (later the 14lh Air Force i, and with the 327th Fi;-hler Group of the i)th Air ore;in Germany. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Baby Jerry Barbaree. Lewisville Mrs. R. Al. Briant, Hope. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Thurman Riddling. Hope. \Vm. Donald Thoi'nasoit, Hope. Discharged: I Mr;:. ,1. L. House. Blevins. Herbert Kussell. lJucknor. Mr.s. H. C. Bycr:; and son, Ralnh Earl, Hope. su.ig at Midnight. Confessions from V p.m. to 9 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Sunday, Dec. 20, Mass at 8 a.m. Josephine Discharged: Billy Wayne Hester, McNub. FIRST BAPTIST S. A. Wnitlow, Pastor Corner Third and Main Streets J. E. Birkhead, Minister of Music 9:30 a.m. —Sunday School, H. E. i Thrash, Supt. j 10:50—Morning worship with message by the pastor. • I G:liO p.m.—Training Union, Vance • Smiley, Director. I Y:.'iO —Evening worship. The I Choir will present a Chistmas Can- I tala under the direction of J. E. 13irUhi.';ul, assisted by Mrs. Hendrix Spiaggins at the organ and Mrs. Basil York at the piano. Monday. 4 p.m.—Junior G.A. will have carol rehearsal al the church. Wednesday, 7:15 p.m.—The Fellowship Hour. The midweek worship for the whole family. SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY f :.:"•''.'.' : . i YOU'VE .GOT A DATE / .,, witK a beauty.,. with Judy "- CARMEN MIRANDA ELIZABETH TAYLOR tCUlKI HACK ItOlir UCi.llI • I'-O.'v A Xavief Cugal o,'ci..'iiV<. ' STARTS SUN DAY CO-S'i'AiailSG ftiexiisides- XSKOK J f VhylUs THAXTEB ft Vassy Jinn GAtlKEB Jig BOH KAKEtELX. &>"" liauif May VlTHllfTy AUeiio KOBEBTS | with an acute attack of prostration. There are no union hours wives and mothers. There are holidays. No layoffs. Mother to yet up before the balance the family because she has Jo the breakfast. At ni«ht after husband lias had his dinner is sitting reslini; with his pipe paper, she is washim; th and pultip.fi the baby to Vied, long after the others are a:she is darninfi socks anrl jiatchri;; trousers and washing' slockiiiRS and shirts. No Days of Rest Sunday, that is a day o 1 ' rest for others, is her hardest workday because she has to •'.'<:•( up an extra sood dinner, and pick up'at't-" or husband, who scatter.'; the Sunday papers ."11 over the place, and kep the children intero:-ied air! amused. There is no comparison between the work of a poor mother and he is worried about business. Per; haps he is tired and needs a rest 'nervous j rillc l change. A thousand things can 1 happen to depress a man and make him quiet at'home. If every i n -, onoy i s to ], e woman left her husband every n - m< -* lb l " IK ' iiuic- he i;ot grouchy, there youldn''i be anybody left but divorcees. You should iry to jolly your husband out of his gloom and grumpiness instead of talking about getting a AVOID HOLIDAY RUSH. STOVE repair, ;i!l models, makes and kinds. Any nlnco. any time. Call "Oscar The Fix-H"'in Hope 17 year:;. T. B. Femvick, Sr., Phone HI5-W. 18-3t nouncecl will receive SI,-198,333 The paid over a three- year period. FURNISHED APARTMENT. PRI- * vatc bath. No children or Couple only. Phone Lillie Micldlebrooks. 304. nets. Miss 18-31 Wanted to Rent TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN- ished apartment, couple and child. Phone 1191. 7-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR a familv of 3. Immediately. Phone 490. 14-3t, JOB FIRING STATIONARY steam boiler. Day or night. See Charlie Alexander, Hope, Route 4, Box 305. 10-Gt Let Us Rebuild Your Old or make your old one into a comfortable inncrspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & MaUress G>. 606 N. Hazel Phone 3b7 divorce. i Released by The Bell Inc.) Syndicate, Legal Notsee NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the decree duly entered in the llenipstead Chancery Court on September G, 1948, in the case styled Fran!-: C. Clark vs. Minnie | Bell Clark, the undersigned Com- mih-sionor of said Court will offer for sale at public outcry to the highlit bidder, at the East entrance of the Hempstead County A fellow was telling a friend about a movie he'd witnessed the night before. 'The heroine came out from behind a bunch of ribbons," ho related, "and the hero appeared alongside a pile of fruit. The villain sneaked in behind some straw and hit the hero on the head. He disappeared in the straw." "What kind of movie was that?" queried the friend. "I know it sounds odd." shrugged the first fellow, "but that's the way it looked to me. The woman in front of me kept her hat on." the work of a poor mother and j l " ml;L ul lnu neinpsieau Louiny father but when vour husband ! Courthouse, within the hours pre- complain* thai v ou have it ca.-ii.-• i K! ' ni ^' r [ )>.V law lor Judicial sales on than he does, it isn't .bat be ivnllv ! J:m ; »• !9 , 4!l - (l!e Iollowln « de " thinks so, or that lu- lu-'.-ud-cs scnl ' oa real estate: the labor IK- fl He i.s only pathv. He is to what ho does you to make a fell him Ivw wnii a littli- soft soap slot) the mouth Lol Two (2) in Block One (li, Allen's Addition to the f'ilv of Hope. Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser beiiu: requiivd to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree- of said Court in said cause, v.'iui approved security, bearing interest at the rate of five (5i pel- cent per annum from dale of sale until paid, aiirl a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the p.'; '-ninnf of (|| ( i purchase money GIVEN under' mv hand this 2G •y i'i Novi-jiil-er, ]!M8. (SEAL i C. E. Weaver Commissioner in Chanocrv Bv Omera Evans. D. C -c. 11, 18, Jan. 1. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ar.d CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7G23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt I and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime, BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phons 1230 or 1231-J Nigbts and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope • See us for New and Useti Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frlgidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 31 • PECANS ® SCRAP STEEL ® CAST IRON « CAR BODIES a JUNK BATTERIES «> RADIATORS « ANY !<!MD OF METAL • BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLS AM M. DUCKETT Norfh Main Street FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS LET FOY DO ST Level yards • Ola Post Hoi."low Gardens * Cut Vacar.' i-otji * A?IO custom work HAMMOND TRACTOR CO Phone 106S S. Walnut St. GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY OPE BASKET Call 1000 or Contact Office ft

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