Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 22, 1948 · Page 3
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Wednesday, December 22, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Paao Thrbo Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. . _ Junior Workers of Unity C.uirch Entertained 'Mrs. W. S. Willinms honored her SUhday School Class. the Junior Workers of tlio Unity Baptist church, with a Christmas party. Monday night al her home. Many games were played and Christina's carols were sung by the group. The boy;; exchanged gifts, after which they were invited i,no the dining room where they were served a delieiou:; plate. 'The dining jfejom was decorated in keeping ,,'Uh the Christmas season and was lighted by white burning tapers. Following the refreshments. Russell .Mitchell sari,'; a solo "Here Comes Santa Clans". Mr:;. Williams presenter! them with nice and useful gifts from a brilliantly lighted tree. The following members were present: Charles Hay .Jordan. Donald Hobbs, Russell Mitchell, Billy Joe Tonilin, Lee Lane, Don Roberts; Jimmy Maxwell, Donald Lee .Wfrighl, and Jimmy Wilson. Two visitors. Jerry Wilson and Charles Kay Tittle and other guests. Mrs Howard White, Mr. and Mrs E L. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Autry Wilson. Jesse Earnest of Shreveport and Mr. and Mrs. Don Waters of Minclcn, La. enjoyed the party. Citizens Asked to Pray for City Council Miss Effie Hyatt Honored at Bridge Miss Haltie Ann Feild and Mrs. Frank R. Johnson entertained with six tables of bridge, in the home •?; Miss Feild, lor the pleasure of TODAY - THURSDAY FEATURES -2:33 - 4:33 - 6:33 "Son witii BASIL RATH BONE BORIS KARLQFF BELA LUGQSS Miss Effie Elise Hyatt, popular bride elect of George Fra/ier, Tues- .day afternoon at two o'clock. The Feild home was aliractively decn- raled in keeping with (he Yulelide season. The honoree was presented a | lovely gardenia corsage and a re- i membrance from the hostesses. ! High score prize was awarded to! Mrs. Royce Smith and Miss Laura I Ann Garam'iu won ine Bingo pri/.e. The dining table was centered with a miniature silver and blue tree on an oblong mirror reflector flanked with blue Youngslown. 0.. Dec. 21 (/i'i.— Councilman I:.;di;ar T. Moriey today auded something new to the customary Yulotide greetings from city officials. Moriey asked the public to pray lor council. "We are doing our best." he observed, "but a lew prayers' won't hurl us a bit." Wednesday morning for Monroe, La. to aU'.nd the bedside of her daughter. Mrs,. John Rowe who is in the St. I'Vanci:; Ho.soital there. candltholders. A delicious salad plale with coffee was served to the players and 25 tea guests. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, mother of the honoree, presided at the silver service. Assisting the hostesses in serving were: Miss Carlene Brunei 1 , Mrs. Thompson Evans. Jr.. Mrs. Roy Anderson. Mrs. Frank E. Nolan of Gaslonia. North Carolina and Mrs. George Peck. . .__. Mr. and Mis. Pink W. Taylor. tapers in silver ' Jr. of Newport, Arkansas wiii i<r- Cominc] and Goinq Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jones and daughter, Deity of Abilene. Texas will arrive Friday to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason and Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jackson. rive Thursday for with their parents holuU.y here. visit Mr. and Mrs. Scott LVLec and daughter Susan of Dallas arrived Tuesday night to spend the holidavs with Mr. and Mrs. Leo P.obins aiid iamily. Mr. and Mrs. Jonn L. Stewart and little daughter. Susan oi New Orleans arrived Monday night to spend the Yulelide season ' with Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. died Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cannon and daughter. Mrs. Bruce Collharp and Mr. Coltharp have returned to their j home in Dallas after a visit with Mr. Cannon's mother. Mrs. Arch Cannon and Miss Clarice Cannon here. Mr. and Mrs. . D. B. Phillips. Sr. of Ilobbs. New Mexico will arrive Friday nighi to .spend the holidays with their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Ne\\berry and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hern. Mrs. Arch Cannon and Miss Clarice Cannon will leave Friday for Arkadclphia to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Still and Miss Cynthia Still. J. P. Stanford and daughter. Camille of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. are the holiday guest of his mother. Mrs. Juana Stanford and brothers. Thvy will be joined Thursday by Mrs. Stanford. Syt. GJyudel May. who is .stationed at the Chicago Orchard Air Field, Park Ridge. 111. is the holiday guest of his' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mav. i Miss Viola Handorf of Puenlt, ; Calif, is holiday guest of Mrs. I Juana Stanford and sons. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Parham of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor R. Alexander r.nd daughter, Beth of Miami, and Miss Martha Ann Alexander of University of Miami and Miss Kalhryn Lambert of Brown Summit, North Carolina, will arrive Wednesday afternoon to spend the Christmas season with Mr .and Mrs. W. R. Alexander. Miss Mary Carolvn Andrews, and Miss Barbara LuGrone of the University of Arkansas, Fayeltc- ville are holiday guests of' their respective parents. is spendm:| Mrs. Ralph Roulon the Yuletide season with her daughter LI. Col and Mrs. James C. Cross of Palto Alto, Calif. Taylor. Mrs. Sidney Hoffman and daughter. Kathryn Ann of Fort Baker, Calif, and Jr.mos William Cantley of Denver, Colorado are the holiday guests of their mother. Mrs. W. M. Cantley. -- Features -2:39 - 4:37 6:40 -8:40 ©SITLSW R«& CUMBW •«»"*» PtUS NEWS - MARCH OF TIME Hospital Notes Julia Chester Ad milted: Jack Reese. Hope. J. B. Reed, Ozan, Discharged: Linda Herring. Patmos. E. A r . Grisham, Emmet. Branch Admitted: Roy Dockery, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Emma Erwin, McNab. Jocophine Mr.-and Mrs. Wood Nash. Hope, announce (he arrival of a daughter on December i:l, 194U. Admitted: Mrs. V. E. Johnston. Hope. Births The following is a list oC births received from the Arkansas State Board of Health: HEMPSTEAD COUNTY White Earnest and Ethel Fagan, Hope, boy, Carl William. O. A. and Anna McQueen. Hope. girl, unnamed. James and Mary Marcurn. Hope, boy, Michael. George and Hazel Bright, Hope, boy. Garland Ray. James O. and Jean P. Rowe, Hope, girl. Linda Sharon. Everett and Mary Helton, Fulton, girl. Linda Marie. Josephine and Hazel Lively, Hope boy. Charles Edmond Lewis. Kenneth and Helen Rowland, McCaskill, girl, Linda Gail. Thomas and Catherine Fcmvick. Hope, girl, Julianna. Harvey and Theda Bolt, McCaskill, girl, Linda Carolyn. Ervin and Jane McAdams, Hope, girl, Linda Verlcnc. Berry and Mary Bright, Hope, girl, Mary Sue. Alfred and Ruby Turner, Hope, boy, Bobby Jack. Hubert and Mary May, Palmos, boy, Jimmy Hubert. Arnold and Emma Middlcbrooks, Patmos, girl, Frances Kay. Paul and Pearline Oiler. Hope, boy, William Turrell. Hugh and Audrey McMurrough, Hope, boy, Hugh Kenneth. Jerry and Ima Hawthorne. Fulton, boy, Carol Franklin. James and Margaret Weeks, Emmet, boy. Charles Ray. Dalton and Helen Stone, McCaskill, boy, Gary Winston. James and Billy J. Wright, Hope, girl, Deloris Jean. Earl and Louise Poole, Gurdon, girl, Ruth Ann. Earl and Mary Saundcrs, Wash, ington, girl, Jeannie Belinda. Dean L. and Klementyne Steadman, Hope, girl, Mary Janet. Chester and Wanda Stone, Hope, boy. Dana Allen. Tommy R. and Olliewees Bradshaw, Hope, girl, Bobbie Ann. Albert and Nora Anderson, Hope girl, Linda Sue. Claude and Annie Stone, Blcvins, girl, Trcsera Ann. Claud and Trudy Head, Prescott girl, Shirley Ann. Non-White Vernon and Mary Bumphus, Hope girl. Robert and Mary Cooper. Hope girl. Cashie and Lula Johnson, Hope boy. Estell and Ircan Gullcy, Hope girl. Eward and Izolia Hancy, Hope givl. Glen and Roberta Taylor, Hope, girl. Howard and Mclva Jones, Hope, girl. Odic and Nona Raglon, Washington, girl. Quincy and Mammie Staggers, Ozan, girl. Thomas and Bulah Bonds, Columbus, boy. Manuel and Margaret Jones, Hope, girl. William and Edna Hentley, Washington, girl. Alvin and Thclma Wilson, Hope, girl. Calvin and Katherine Dixon, Columbus, girl. Willie and Ada Bradley, Fulton, boys, twins. Doyle and Vernie White, Ozan, boy. J. D. and Mary N. Watts, McCaskill, boy. DOROTHY D!X Woman With a Past Dear Miss Dix: I am in love j with a woman who. in her early | youth, took the wrong turn in the road. She has repented of her mis- ' take and I believe will go straight n the future. I am willing lo fore and forget. Do you think we can we happy together? J. II. Answer: If you can really forget, that's the trouble with men. Before narriage they think they can forgive and forget, but in reality they neither, and after marriage in every time of domestic stress they nakc of the woman's past a whip with which to lash her. H seems to me the cruelest. the nost ungenerous and the most .mjust thing a man can do. Because, after all, the man has married the woman of his own free will and accord. She has not deceived him. He knew all about her Bedraggled skirts, and if he married her he washed her slate clean 30 far as he was concerned, and ->y every law of sportsmanship he 'las no right to reproach her with the_ fnult he has condoned. Yet few men are big enough to do this. Ninety-nine men out of a The Doctor Says: By EDWIN P. JORDAN, Written by NEA Service Roosevelt's Body Still in Wreckage Mildred Bormer Dies at Her 1116 M.D. Hong Kong. Dec. 22 — | Quotum Roosevelt's body was be- llK'Ved to be one of four still in the j ashes of a Chinese air transport that crashed, lulling Hr> persons yesterday on Basal! island, seven miles from here. ! He was a grandson of President 'Theodore Koosevell. , Lobar pneumonia is an infectious | Fourteen bodies. all mangled' disease of the lungs caused by a 'beyond lecngiiition. have ben re-; 1 germ called the pneumococcux'. II ! >e..>vered. They will be transported j .. is one of the most widespread of i 1)v police launch to Hong Kong I the acute diseases, and for manv tomorrow. years was known as the "captain Pilots at the scene of the crash of the man of death." .estimated today that tile L'-r.-l was tlying ^(!0 miles an hour when its right wing struck 100 feet from the 55-1-fool summit of the rocky island. The plane was on the Hong Kong beam, en route from Shanghai, but too low. Parts of the plane were strewn 37. died at a.m. today her mother, a sister. Mrs; Illinois and n of Jackson, •mc-nts arc iiicoin- In a typical case the disease starts suddenly with a severe chill generally lasting from 15 to 30 minutes or so. Shortly after the beginning of this chill the temperature begins to rise and the patient may complain of headache and general pains. A dry painful breath- cough sets in early. The ing becomes more rapid. By the second or third day, unless steps have been taken earlier to bring about relief, the typical signs have become established. The ..- _ expression is anxious, cold sores hundred who marry women with n I arc present on the lips or nose, the I past revile them with it and insult breathing is rapid and vhe patient I canu " yesterday on a routine bus'" ' often complains of severe pain in j u ,J. os , B . V' 1 '' on the ran ' mull . v oas - v the side. By this time sputum I for half a mile. Two of the huge i engines were hurled I!00 feet, i The 29-year-old Roosevelt had j brushed with danger many times j before — as an army captain in World War II and in hazardous air- lilt missions to isolated Chinese Nationa Istrtoops. B ul clcKolreC Nationalist troops. But his death For All Occasions CHRISTMAS POT PLANTS Cemetery Decorations HEMPSTEAD NURSERY & FLORAL CO. S. Main Phone 236 them with it every time they get angry, and this shows what a "rankling sore it is in the husband's memory. For this reason it is always dangerous for a woman with a past to marry because, although her husband may say he forgives her. he never forgets'it. Up to Man The woman who has stumbled off of the straight and narrow path and who has repented of her wrongdoing often makes the most circumspect, the truc-st and best of wives, and there is no reason why a man should not be happy with her if he can overlook the false step she has made. Dear Miss Dix: I have a 23- year-old son who has a fine position and amkes a good salary, but he is always in debt. I lend him everything I can rake and scrape out of my household money; but as we are poor people and my allowance has to cover many needs, I am able to let him have very little. I am so afraid he will become desperate about money and do something he shouldn't do. What should I do? A MOTHER Answer: Absolutely refuse to give your deadbeat soji another nickel. Let him be badgered by bill collectors and lie awake wondering how he is going lo gel the money to pay his debts. That, is the only way he will ever find out the value of money and the necessity for living within his income. Also, it is not fair to your family to deprive them of the things money to this big, husky lad who is they need in order to give the perfectly capable of taking care of himself. Your son has come to the parting of the ways. His future de- .pends .on your, having enough backbone, to refuse to give him money now, no matter how he pleads nor what he threatens to do. So buck up and keep your pocketbook closed. coughed up is slightly tinged with blood. The temperature tends to hover around 104 or 10~>. Until recently, the condition remained about like this for about seven to 10 days when in favorable cases a crisis occurred and rapid improvement set in. New, Rapid Cure Remarkable results occur when eilher a sulfa preparation, or penicillin, is given. The symptoms generally clear up rapidly. The temperature drops, the cough disappears, the pain is relieved, the breathing becomes slow and normal and improvement takes place long before the crisis which was formerly waited for so anxiously. The use of the newer drugs has lessened the chances of dying from about one in three to one in 20. This is indeed one of the most amazing revolutions which has taken place in the treatment of any disease in recent times. However, it is still important to make the diagnosis early and start treatment as soon as possible. Delay in beginning treatment is dangerous. Kong. Chinese National Airlines Cor-i poration (CNAC) said the C-.r4 i Skymaster smashed up in the fog' on Basalt island. 10 miles east of ' flight between Shanghai and Horn; here, with "8 passengers and seven crewmen. All were listed as Chi- t nese with the exception of lioose-! veil and the pilot, Charles Sundby, a Danish national. scase- called purpura of which (here arc several 1 varieties. There are other conditions, however, which cause similar spots to appear. N rtj- {,->« 'kr n 5 I* W Piece your order new for a Holiday Supply of rw f* /^t fv i *^ f*t i J f ^jr EGteiiwCg MIX end CHEAM ; wiJh your Fcvorite Grocer c? call OliE'S DAIRY !>hono 938 By Roberta CourHand J mcuice - - r , * .Ibf Grantercf Pub. Co.— distributed by NEA SERVICE, IN(V $$ »J m w $$ M In Red, Yellow, Lavender, Green and Blue. THE STORY: When sixteen- year-old Merry Carson learns that her dashing father. Kin, has asked her selfish mother, Susan, for a divorce, her whole world turns topsy-turvy. Kin tries to explain to Merry whore the marriage failed; lie tells her about; Lissa, the woman who promises him the companionship Susan never ::avi; him. But Merry is too dismayed to even try to understand. When Kin leaves the house she wonders ii she'll ever see him again. \ Merry awok-.. 1 in the brilliant ! sunshine and I ly very still looking j out of the window. It WES going | to b:; a gnigeou-s day. she told I herself h'ippii.v. And iben mem- ! ory swooped do\vn on her and everything blacked out except the ( thought tli.it lasl night Mother and j Dad bad :;i-parated! I She had a sick, frightened feel! ing. ;;:; UioiiL-.li she had been caught I in public without her clothes on. As though everybody were staring at her. lan^hin:- at her, making fun uf her. The gang that had seemed j-o v/onui ri'ul yesterday — could it have beun only yesterday? It seemed ages ago what would they think'.' U'hat would they say? M;:rs-haliviile. was old-fasliioned, sedate. a:id in Ihc gang divorces Were almost unknown. She \venl a lllllj further in her thought: 1 ,. If it was this unpleas- ,'.!'-l for he: 1 , how must it be for her V lave to face iiiiddle-aged security of In Pastel a tic Wl lite OPEN UNTIL 8 , last tray. .d the crock- i-'.n'.y-haired, a.s she put Men v were about her. "There, there, now. Have a good cry. sweetie, and then blow your nose and wipe your pretty eyes and have a cup of coffee and we'll look the whole thing over from every side," she said at last. "Anyway, what's so awful about it? People grow up; they grow older; they grow apart. It's life, honey, and you have to get used to it." "But how could Dad hurt Mother so?" Aunt Jane looked a little annoyed. "How could Susan hurt Kin so?" she snapped. Open-mouthed, Merry stared at her. "Why. Mother's always been wonderful!" "She's the most colossally selfish—" "Aunt Jane! Why, she's the most generous—" "Self-centered was what I meant. She's got a whim of iron, as they say! Whatever Susan wants and that is for Susan's benefit, that Susun is going to have. She had her chance to grow up with Kin, to keep him contented and happy; but you can't feed a man on husks all his life, pet, and make him like it. "Aunt Jane, I won't listen! I won't, do you hear?" Dear Dorothy Dix: My wife says that if our boy wants to smoke she will not stop him through strict measures, because it may start him doing things behind her back that she would not wish him to do. I say that force should be used to stamp .out any craving my son might have for tobacco. Which of us do you think is right? A STRICT FATHER Answer: Your wife. You cannot beat the desire to smoke out of a boy, nor can you force him to refrain from smoking by peremptory commands. In fact, the stricter you are and the more you forbid a boy to smoke, the more likely he is to do it. because we all hanker after forbidden fruit. All that you will gain by taking severe measures is to make your boy lie to you and deceive you. But you can keep your son from smoking by argunu'iH and persuasion and by convincing him that it is bad for a growing boy. QUKST1ON: What is the disease which causes a person to break out in blue snots filled with blood? ANSWER: This is probably a di- CLOSED urough Ivloaiddy IN OBSERVANCE OF CHRISTMAS . Please Call for Your Clccnitig Before Christmas As advertised in LIFE and LOOK 7hs Gift Thai Starts The Home Lane is the only pressure- tested AROMA-TIGHT Cedar Chest in tlie \vnrld, -with many other exclusive and desirable Lane patented features! (Released h.' Bell Inc.) Syndicate, to HoSidoys Aunt Jane studied the while, hard young face for a moment and then she shrugged and said v.'carily, "Oh, well, youngster, you're Susan's child, too. Now eat your breakfast while it's still fit to cat and we'll go another round in our battle. But I may as well tell , you that I pride myself on seeing j , ( .,V-\V • both sides of a problem." Merry's chin trembled and Au-it Washington, IVc. '.!:.' — i.-1'i— Pres idenl Truman left by plane today for ndependcnce, Mo., to spend Christmas. Accompanying him were a sec retarial staff and his personal physician, Brig. Gen. Wallace II. Graham: Mrs. fjraham and the two Graham children. The presidential plan 1 .' 1 . "Independence." took off al !):07 a. m. Ordinarily it is a lonrhour i flight to Kansas' C.'ity. but airport officials said that tl Jane patted her shining head and i h( - ! bucking 70 mile went out of the room. winds today. From Later, when Merry had climbed (the presidential part, into slacks and a shirt and went ! Independence, along to her mother's room, she I Mr. Truman K'll admitted, with secret shame, her! mood. Just b-'i'orr reluctance to enter that room thai il'hine, he wavd t" had always been a haven for her • the crowd see-ing childish griefs and joys. Bui she | "I hope Santa braced herself and opened the clour j everything ymi and stood, startled. plan;. 1 would i i hour head j tansas City, ] will drive to in For the shades had been drawn •againsl the bright winter sunlight ! anil the room was dim and shadowy and faintly redolent of ihe eau de cologne with which Susan pampered her occasional headaches. 11 seemed to Merry. , L ;ipi-r-scnsiti ve in that moment, that the room smelled faintly, too. of something not so easy to idenli- , jy a dark, moldy, closed-in nid ' smothering feeling that was more me j an atmosphere than a smell, llej Susan stirred and lurried hur s J , head, peering through the dimik-.'.:.-:. Hud without her glasses. "Is thai yon. oarling?" she asked and her voice had the mournful cadene..- of a lolling bell, before she burst into wild tears. "Oh, my poor baby! My poor disgraced, dc- M-rU-d biiby!" Merry went across the dim room and knelt beside the bed and put i in r .-Irong young arms about thai And ) shaking, pathetic figure and held -•i-piiiK i her close, and their tears mingled. ;u UK: i (.To Lie Continued' T'he president Washington !)•. able to put a' lice entire ' with piv.si- BUY NOW convenient » SPACIOUS 48" CHEST NO. 2210 w iln lane i nled Automatic Tray COMPLETE SELECTION FKE£ Motli Insurance 1'olicy, written by one of the world's largest Insurance- Companies, with every Lane Cedar Chest. HO. 2221. isi'.t Csntury design iu i A small down payment will deliver any itei Furniture to your home. Come n ask about our Easy Payment Plan. today and Phone 945 111 W. Divtsic-

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