Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1948 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 23, 1948
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Thursday, December 23, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Pane Ffy« ., - - - , . year, we offer a little message to tell you we are remembering all the nice courtesies afforded us in the past and to let you know we truly appreciate your thoughtfulness and consideration. So, while you are enjoying the festive Christmas season, remember, we are thinking of you. " M€RRY CHRISTMAS \ li / qtealet im/t could, ot I I MAY CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR BE THE MOST GLORIOUS OF YOUR LIFE AND THAT THE NEW YEAH MAY BRING YOU HEALTH, GOOD FORTUNE AND GREAT HAPPINESS. / I We very much appreciate the opportunity you have given us to serve you in the past and even move do we appreciate you as a friend, | May we deserve this friendship always. UNION COMPRESS Junior Likely to Want His Mom's Gift Accident Free Christmas Is the Best Girl Recaptured After Youths Gain Release Lexington, Vn.. Doc. 22 —(/Pi— Two youths and Hie girl they forced a jailer to free from the Rock bridge county jail were captured (today, Deputy Sheriff Bob Criss "An nccident-frec Christmas hol-j m;il , sn j f i. iday season is the best Christmas BY ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer- , . New York-(NliA)—There are so ' £j n a family could have," says Binglcr and ,_ , .., many cosmr-lic "ifts masquerading'Mrs. Lorraine Blackwood, nomc i,-j x both a | 10 m 17 nnc ] O c Lexing - - - ig | demonstration agent. to_n, and Patricia Walker, 15. also Crissinan listed them as Charles Gerald MacFadden as toys this year that Junior .„ , certain to drop his electric set j As the holidays approach, fam- and yell for his Mama's music box. ilies are busy with plans for festi- Toylikc music boxes, which car-' yitics. visits of friends and relatives, and many extra activities. ol Christmas music when lids are lifted, package bottles of elegant perfume. Story book stockings, be laring tinsel-written "Merry Christ ! mas" messages, come packed with luxurious bath accessories. An ac cordian which looks for all the world like a child's holds a compact, a lipstick, a small bottle of perfume and two cakes of soap scented to match. In the same whimsical vein is a flirtatious Snow Maiden who, wearing a frivolous hat, conceals inside of her frosted white holiday dress a name-famous cologne. The maid's cosmetic companion is her boyfriend, a tophattcd snow man. One novelty cosmetic pad which Junior will want but which nis Dad will snatch is a brandy Busy homcmakers, already loaded with everyday duties, are busier than ever. But such busy, full days are often those when the homemaker and members of the family become tired and careless. When this happens accidents arc more likely to occur. "Take time to be careful throughout the Christmas season," advises the home demonstration agent. "Here are ten safety rules that will help you do this. They are important every day in the year, but especially so during the Christmas season." opnauca snow man. i 1- Check strings. of decorating •city cosmetic package lights f °r proper insulation and ••• ...... connections before using them. 2. Turn off electrically-lighted of Lexington. Binglcr and the girl were appro agent. "Make every plan for Christmas a safe plan. Make sure that carelessness docs not mar this joyous season." hcnclcd while walking along U. S. Route 11, nine miles north of here. Fix was taken in custody at his home here shortly after midnight. Commonwealth's Attorney D. VV. McNeil of Rockbridge county said charges against Dingier and Fix have not been filed pending an investigation. Crissman was on duty last night relieving the night jailer when he snid the two armed youths, one masked with a red bandanna. forced him to free the Walker girl. : He said both carried guns and ithat Dingier drew a .32 caliber pis tol on him. C.'nssman said he was forced to let the youths in the women's cell where the girl, jailed at the wel fare department's request, was the only occupant. inhaler disguised as ballerina . trees and other decorative light- cus£ui;ica us a uaiierina "^'-^ «.i« v*,..^.. «.->.«..-— ~ --<? --with a bowder puff hat and a col in 8 systems if the family is to be lar of tulle. But Dad won't get a .<awayjrom the house for even a way with the brandy glass until its contents arc emptied. These are makeup aids, a down powder puff, and a small bottle of fine perfume. Other cosmetic packages with a few minutes. 3. Use fireproof decorations. 4. Stand Christmas trees in water containers if possible. 5. Treat indoor Christmas trees <jLiier cosniuuu piiLKti&ufa wuii a y -. -..«~~. —. -• novelty appeal are designed to do I with fireproofmg compounds. dcuble duty as decorations for Just two words . . . but a million good wishes come with our greeting to all our customers and friends for the coming season. « f S . 6. Do not allow paper, wrappings, and the like to accumulate in closets and attics. 7. Be sure lighted candles are a safe distance from curtains, draperies or any .inflammable object. 8. Choose safe toys for children; they should have no sharp points of corners, and be of a size that cannot be swallowed. 9. Do not use firecrackers, Christmas is just as much fun without them. '•.'•• . • . 10. Keep 'grins and pistols out of rcarh of children. "Let's stop Christmas funerals." urges the home demonstration trees and gifts for gals. One is a roly-poly Santa who comes apart .and disgorges three A, B, C-marked bottles of quality cologne. Hid den inside a gilded wood Christ mas tree candlestick is a golden sable lipstick and a self-contained lipstick brush. The most spectacular lipstick, de signed for Christmas giving, is a Hkarat gold trinket with a 17-jew el watch tucked into the base of the case. Bright star in the glittering gal axy of compacts is one of gold-tone metal ringed like a tambourine, with an heraldic crest embossed on th eild. This copy of a French an tique vanity case may bo hung from a heavy chain and worn as a necklace. Key to beauty is a new trinket which assembles five useful gold- filled gadgets on a key chain—com pact, notebook, lipstick, eyebrow pencil and a pencil to write with. This might well be a Christmas • gift answer to the problem of what to give a gal who can never find what she's searching for in her purse. AND THOSE ABOUT YOU Houston City Furniture Co. RGGTINGS AND A 'SONG OF GOOD CHEER Community Ice & Produce Co. GENTRY PRINTING CO. Al this Holiday Season we desire > to express our sincere appreciation (or Our pleasant relationships and extend lo you and >ours best wishes for a HAPPY CHRISTMAS LEHMAN AUTO & HOME SUPPLY Ralph Lehman '" L. .). Purtle When the air is a little crisper, the shopping crowds are a little thicker, and a feeling of good cheer spreads over ayeryone, it's a good sign that Christmas . ' • f is just around the corner, so we lake this opportunity to wish you and yours all the happiness for the coming festive season. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ROY ALLISON and employees Paul Raschkc Glen Hatfield Dale Hatfield Horace Alford D. R. McGarity Dale Rogers C. E. Williams Billy Dobson A. R. Arrington Guy Burke Clinton McCormick Jim Stover Fred Stover , Homer Kidd V. L. Holly Kirby Huckabee

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