Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 24, 1948 · Page 2
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fags Two HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Many Ways to Observe Christmas , By The Associated Press Many American communities have their own, individual ideas about how to make this a Merry Christmas. At least ono even lias a special dale— instead of December 25 — for. the festivities. But whatever the variations, it's all in the name of good will. Out west in Boise, Idaho, one group observes the Yulelidc Kenson with a "sheep-herders ball." At ITie event, held by the Idaho bnsque colony, everybody must wear overalls and'gingham. In Nashville, Tenn., a 3flycar-old tradition calls for the singing of carols outside every home that has a candle burning in the window. Volunteer carolers make the rounds — with proceeds going to a home for children of working mothers. Christmas doesn't come until j Jan. 6 in the fishing village ol .Hodante, N. :C. There, according to a custom followed for generations they celebrate Old Christmas, or 12th night, an adaptation of the feast of the ephiphany commemo- yating the manifestation'of Christ to the Magi; • - : 'An international flavor will be added to the festivities in three upstate New . York communities, where 51 persons, from 22 foreign nations will be guests over the holiday weekend;/The guest:-: —• clerical workers and others from the United Nations headcjuarters at Lake Suc- ctess, N.Y, — will stay in the hprncs o{ 31 families in Binghamp ton, Johnson Citv and Endicott. The plan was worked out by Ro-. tlry clubs. In Boston, the golden dome of Ihe'Massachusetts state house is aglow for the first time since the war. Tonight carolers and bell ringers will roam staid old Beacon Hill, with open house prevailing at many of the old mansions. In Atlantic City, N. J. — which specializes in spectacles —'the long boardwalk is aglow with a row of 28 lighted Christmas trees down its center.Santa Claus appeared last night aboard a 40-foot crane, whch lowered him into n lighted area where he stepped out and' distributed candy to young sters. Friday, December 24 The Sunday School Christmas tree and program by the children and young people of the Presbyterian church will be hHcl in the Men's Fellowship rooms Friday night at (5:.'ill p.m. Mrs. Claud Price and Miss Nina Catherine Scott will entertain with n bre,'jkf.'if.'f. Friday mnniin:; ;>! 10 ('•'clock at the Ho(c') Lav/sou I'or the Proscott out of town girls, Saturday, December 25 Hotel Lav.'son has issued invitations for a fiance to bo given Saturday evening at the hotel. Hope Star The American Legion Auxiliary ! of llookc'r-Nol.'-ton Pf).s! No. 51 mot 'Monday ;U the Hotel Lnwson for ils ref;uar monthly moetinfi. j The president, Mrs. J. T. MeRae. 'conducted the busine-irs session. The auxiliary will send gifts to veterans in hospitals. Mrs. II. H. Mc- Kenxie Rave- an infoi'malivo program on "Rehabilitation for Veterans". The Fruit and Truck Commillec of (be Prescoft. Chamber of Commerce held HP. open meetiiif- in the City IlrtH Auditorium al'l:.10 p.m. Tuesday. • December 21. with the Vocation;)) Agricultural teachers, agricultural teachers. and agricultural agency representatives lo hear Bob McClure discuss the truclc program for this area in support of the new packim; shed which will be constructed immediately. Mr. McClure had with him C, MeClure and Lester Bradley, members of Ills Nashville organization. J. H. Rogers apopinlcd T. J. Silvey. a member of his Fruit and Truck committee, to preside at the meeting and inlroduce Mr McClure. Contain S. V. Scott. Commanding Officer of (be .First Balallion of the 153rd Inf. Arkansas National Guard, Prcscotl, announced today that the quarterly payroll of approximately $2.500.00 was the average ' for 1B43. Captain Seott stated that with a full compliment, of this Company, Present! v/oukl enjoy a National Guard payroll annually of $36,000 here. Today the Company has 75 enlisted men anil six olfic'crs and there are many vacancies open for men who are qualified in the particular ratings. The pay grades in the National Guard Companv runs from $2.50 per drill nu;hl to $12.. r >0. The Company meets once a week for a two hour drill which includes not only the time devoted lo Ihc routine military problems but Star o( Hope 1899; Press 1927, Conso.'i'dofed January 78, 1929 Publhhnd every wopMay aftnrnoon h- STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Pnltnur, president Alex. H. Wnshfourn, Secretary-Treasurer at thi? Star buiMinn 212-214 South Walnut Stu'ot l-lopo, Ark. Alex. H. Woshbiirn, ErliMr & Publisho< Pair! H. Jones, Managing fiditor George W. l!or.rnor, Mcch. Supl. Jess M. Dos-is, A J i/c'Mising Manager Enterrvl rr r.'oncl class matter o; fr.. Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under Hit Act of A/arch 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (MCA)—-Mean, Mpwi-'Ciuor f'ntnrprisr Assorintion, joyed. The thirty guests were served ci.ld drinks, .sandwiches and cookies from the bar which was decorated with holly. Subscription Rates; /Always Payable li Advance): By city carrier per wer-k 20' per month S5c.. Mail rates—in Hemc stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ant LaFayettc counties, W. r iO oer var- dl r e whprn $8.50. National Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis Tenn stprick Buildino; Chicaoo, .100 North Mich iqan Avenue; Mew York City. 292 Madisi. Avo.; Detroit, Mich., 28-12 W Grorv Blvd.: Oklahotnn City, 314 Termi'^il Bl'lo Now Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: TK Associated prc>,s is entitled exclusively tt the use for reoublicotion of all the loco lows printed In this newspaper, ns well n' lit AP n^ws dinpotchc-. OUR APOLOGI In. our Christmas Greetings yesterday two names were left off our list of employes. They Were: ' = C:L. ROBERTS RICHARD COTTON * ROY ALL! -' 510 South Walnut also the lime devoted to class room work and various types of. Army weapons and special fields of training. Captain .->cou slated today that any man who enlisted in the National Gu,-ml before he reaches hi,i liHh birthday and six months past will, be eligible to enlist in tbo National. Guard and be exempt from the peace time draft which is now in force. The men who a redrafted today • after completing their 21 months of training are released from active duty'but are required to join a reserve training program for a minimum of five years. Captain Scott urges everyone lo sunporl the National Guard not. only to realize the financial bene- Ifits but. also lo recognize the advantages thai, are offered to the young men of this area in Prescott's own National Guard Company. Captain Scott stated that uniiJ further notice the company would meet on Monday nights for drill in the Armory Building and anyone interested in enlisting in this program should come to the Arm- pry Building ami anyone interested iu enlisting in this program should come to the Armory on those night or to the offices of the Company which are open daily in the Arm- oi'.y- .'Building from 8 to 4 p.m. daily with the exception of Saturday. The Order of the Eastern Star met Monday for its regular meeting. Plans were made for a public installation of officers which will be hold December 30, at 7:30 p.m The installing officers will be Mrs I). S. Jordan. Miss Stie Martin, Mrs. L. L. Buchanan and Mrs. S B. Gee. The committee to formulate plans are Mrs. Otis Lang alon. Mrs. George Cunningham Mrs, J. V. MeMaben, Mrs. N. N Daniel, and Mrs. D. S. Jordan. Tho hall committee for January are Mrs. D. S. Jordan and Mrs. Edgar Smith. The chapter also enjoyed ' ,1 Christinas party and .buffet supper. The square serving table \vus covered with a square'import- ed linen cloth from Belgium and centered with Christmas greenery and berries. r Nancy, Elizabeth and Judy Kos- lo:;ky distributed gifts from a beaulifuly decorated tree in the lounge. A table held contributions for the needy and also an offering for loys. Mrs. Paul Buchanan and N. N. Daniel are in charge of this committee. There were fifty present with Mrs. Sarah Catherine Chambers. Mrs. Geneva Chapman and daughter, and Mrs. Clifford Johnson. nent 1 For S w, si- d c« v • a I' S a Q n 't V >s-a i %v I ,V ^' Balph Hartley Carrington, student at State A £ M College at Monticello is the holiday gucust of his mother. Mrs. Josephine Carrington and his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hardey. j Jack Hardey of Tyler, Texas 1 will .arrive today to be the guest of his narents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hardey. /Misses Jennie;Jo Carrinjrlon and Joa'n Gilbert 'entertained with a formal ;parly, a), 'the American I.e- Rrori Hut Tuesday evening. The large mantle was banked with pine and-, silver cones interspersed with Christmas \ights.^ArrnnCements of holly, pine and liiTsUeloe were used to decorate the entire hut. Games and, dancing were en- Mrs. Hervcy Bcmis and son Jim spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Little Rock as the guests of Mrs. C. W. McKelvey and Mrs. Lillian Vaughn.. Mrs. C. W. Knowles has returned to her home in Little Rock after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Guss McCaskill. Mr. and Mrs. Whit Davis and children of Lake Village will arrive today for a visit with his parents, Mi 1 , and Mrs! John A. Davis and other relatives. Miss Kathryn Buchanan of Washington, D.C. is the holiday guest of her father. Dr. A. S. Buchanan and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James H. "Stevenson and children Mary Kay and Sarah Ann and Clarence Stevenson of Little Rock arrived today for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Cox. CcnUirj Io\-i ' U'Akl,\n A fresh and hilnrkiti:-; '•;! inlo the college campun iVf. problems of a .student velern his wife who spin dream:; of < in the air from their cr trailer. is due i'or'!'>ca! movi:- when •• "Apartment ftv 1- opens Sunday at the Saenr'er tre.' The Twentielh Con mi hit, photographed in color bv nicolor, learns Jeanne Craii William .Holden, •.'.•ifii 'Ac;Award-winner Edmund Gwc-r their co-star. The movie, based on r- ctle by Failh B;-,ldv, in. and a typical,, small co!!e;.;o In- today, unfolds the !ii«h-s; story, of the startling and d fully uninhibited wife of a j-. veteran whose determinnUo snare.an apnrtment r;r.d to , ; husband nraduHtu loads fro riotous complication to arid is also the story OL "The ! sor' : who thought ho knew answers.until ho is brought • up against irresistible. ; ; t'ony 1 rO R PEGGY." Color by Technicolor. creel Pcgtfy. The role of Peggy marks an ex- i citing change of pace for beauteous I Jeanne Grain who. in contrast to I her usual sweet and demure self, is ! transformed into a very unconventional.' last-talking young lady who sets the college's ivy lowers j quivering with her lively doings William Holden, has the best role 01. his career as Jason, the veteran who is discouraged over his college prospects. As "The Professor," Edmund Gwcnn has another rare role of the unusual type and appeal to match the memorable Kris Kringle part in "Miracle on 34th'Street" for which he won his Academy Award. "Apartment for Peggy" was directed and written by George Seaton (also an Academy Award-winner for his "Miracle on 3-1 th iv iiu-i iur ins miracle on ;j-lin Jt Street" screenplay.) and produced! . by. Wiiliam Perlbei'g with a topnotch supporting cast headed bv Little Hock, Dec. 22 —(UP) Dean R. Morley, recently-appointed stale revenue commissioner, promised today to throw the wholesale distribution of liquor open to anyone with proper "moral and fi- nanci;.!" qualifications. At present. I lie multimiilion dollar li'.:uor business in Arkansas is hautlli'd by seven wholesale firms. "If a man is morally and financially fjuaiilied, I j-c'(; no rea.sun why h. 1 shouldn't be granted a wliol'.;saie permit." Morley .said. Meanwhile. Kevenue Commissioner Otbo A. Cook vigorously denied that a monopoly existed and snicl there is "a little more lo the argument" than moral and financial qualifications. He explained (hat his chief reason for not expending the wholesale business in Arkansas is the reluctance of distilleries to send new brands of whiskey to the state. During his four years under Gov Ben Leney. Cook, has granted one wholesale perrnil. It went to the central distributing company of Little Rock. He revoked n license granted (o (he Glaxer Drug company of Little Rock by an earlier pdrninistrnlion, and turned clown the only other application filed. It was presented lo him by John Warren of Little Rock. Cool- said, however, that, several other persons have approached him concerning permits but decided not Fridoy, December 24, 1948 to file when they were told to furnish a list of available brands not jo ing sold in Arkansas. "We operate under the theory thai only one wholesaler in the stale should handle a specific brand of whiskey," Cook declared. "And with few new brands available, Ihe only way a now wholesaler could gel his liquor supply .. would be to take the brands now '»' distributed by men already in bus™, incss." '• The commissioner has sole authority in passing on liquor per'-" mils. , ^ '" He said that the distribution of" the same brand by two wbolesajprs., is bad for the business and would, bring on an unsteady price slruc- lurc and cut-throat competition!"" In considering an application, ' Cook said, be said an applicant must be a qualified voler in Ar-, kansas, of good moral iharaitcn;.* and repotalion and show an ado.- * qoalc source of liquor. He estimated at leasl $25,000 was needed to start a new firm into the* distribution business. ',,'."'. The commissioner explained tji'cjt, his only interest in granting per-, units was to protect the tax reve-- inie coming to Ihe stale fom the liquor industry. "I believe that my actions as revenue commissioner have adequately protected and increased those revenues." ...•»• '.£ 'I I SCHAUFELE WEDS ' _^ '• Little Rqck,,Dcc. 23 — v'P) —f.,cu*e- Sehciufelo, . star .'defensive fullbafk^ valli the University of Arkanstjs; football teaiti. 1 and Miss C-m.O.yn; F,ngo.) Cosgrovc, both of ^iltlcl Rock, were" married at Trinity- Episcopal cathedral here yester-r 'f-lav. '•.•... . .. • mack- Gene Lockhart, c-nov,'- j Rancly Stuart. Griff Barnett and Ex-Reside^'' of Shoves* Sps'irss-28 Dies'at 1 See ir-cy Mrs. E. C. Darwin, resident- oC Rhover last- night at, her horn? Funeral arrangements plctc. Ion and Bill Walsh. After watching the boys work out, Hickman said he would start Torry Brennan at right halfback, v.'ith Tex Furse, Yale, quarterback Klv.-oocl Petchell, Penn State left and John Weber. Prince NOTICE • ' ;/ WE WELL BE N OBSERVANCE OF'CHRISTMAS'. oso Call for Your Cleaning Before Christmas Wells Hamby of the U.S. Navv and stationed' at San Diego, Calif, is spending several davs with bis purenls. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Hamby; Some Areos 'Mi-, and Mrs. Dudley Gee and : daughter. Mary Ethel of Texarkana. spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs, Allen Gee Sr. and other relatives. IVt/'-. and Mrs. Harvey Walls of Champagne, II. are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Thorno Hes'-' tcrly. OUR WISH FOR YOU O 210 S. MAIN STREET , By United Press • A white Christmas, was promised today for most of the !Y(kidle West, New En»land and scattered rnvns Jin the western states. The weather bureau ' said ' "at least. moderate amount-;" of'snov.' will fall" over the'", rnlrni stales, the ' Great Lakes .p'nr.l-the no'-'theaptern j part' of the coi'i](r;,-..'• The centra! n'n'd v npr'hei ; n 'Rocky Mountain ai'oa's 'anc'l'pn'vt oT South ern California also' • \vill Have a blanket of" v.'hitc, 'tire " weatherman j •saifj., ppwevor.. rain. \vas -tho best he could 'forecast fov ili'e Oh'o river valley and the region Toutlr of it. The Los Angeles Weather nureau said that rain and n pnsniblo re-petition of "phenomenal y.-r-loi-spo'v.ts" also could be vxporlbd in Scuihern C'nlifornia. ' • The watersDonts. I'nusu;'! in an area wbcre •unus'i.il u'eathor is commonplace, ;:tarlle-:l Santa "Mou ica beach resicionls kite yc=;ti:rd-;;v. One huge cone sv-ii'loct. to ;-, height of 1,500 feel before withdrawing to its parent cloud. ; A .lifeguavd said he. counted six of the spouts which boiled "like a I steaming kettle." The forecaster :;ak! [lie waterspouts \vere rriituun;''.- iorn^doi'--:., caused by unsl;il:lc ;>ir •ii;;.-:.-;.--;. }fi* said they uro conum.:! :o the Guli' of Mexico, but v.vre lh.- : 'i,-f-i lie had set 1 !! ii'i !-'o;;i lv vn waters. ! OS^ t-Ei!?j r-;> ; •;.":: Washington, D''c, :?."! - — '-\'i- cis Sayre. form"!' iissl-.-'-mi si-cr->- tary ef slate, s,".;.•'; ifhi;. 1 lie is c/fin- vineecl thre. 1 s:-ei-et i 1 .^-: "-n ".;>.-. in Hie Commt.inii-l ;--.y ea:.'.e ..••,';,' slo len from hi:-; ui'iii.".. 1 . .Sayre said so to n.-por'.i'rs ;:l'ter a three-hom- scssi.m v. it.h liu- house Un-American arl iviiic-::, eomii'iiltee behind closed clnor;-:. 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