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1,,% t '5 Friday, Morel, 26, 1943 HOPE STAR; M'OPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREt Social ana P I Dpisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Phone 768 Between 8 a. m. and 4 p. m. O Social Calendar Friday, March 26 A parly will be given at the recreational rooms of the First Methodist church for members of the Junior-Senior League, 7:30 o'clock. St. Mark's Auxiliary will meet at the church Friday at 4 o'clock. Monday, March 39th The Executive Board of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church will meet at the home of the president, Mrs. H. O. Kylcr, 502 South Hamilton, .') o'clock. Tuesday, March 30th Mrs. Franklin Ilorlon and Mrs. Edwin Stewart will bo Hostesses to the Cosmopolitan club at Ihc home of the former, 7:45 o'clock. O Syd McMaths Host Thursday Evening Contract CJub Myriads of spring flowers formed the floral decor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Syd McMath Thursday Evening when they entertained members of the Thursday F.vcning Contract bridge club. 1'reeocUlng the spirited games of Contract, a delicious desert course was served at quartette tables. Mrs. R. L. Broach was the recipient of the high school gift for the ladies niid Kelly Bryant received the men's high score prize. Mrs. Royce Smith WHS high for the guests. Enjoying the parly with the members and hosts were Mr. and O TAME aivc ll tlml wcl1 Groomed iiunui w look> Ad<1 ' uslrc - Kei.-p your UNRULY Imir lying Hut. Always usn •Jjtin MoroH'io Hair Tonln. Largo "Mill bottle 26c. Sold everywhere. RIALTO PREVIEW Saturday Night 11 p. m. JUDYGOES BIG TIME IN A BIG WAY! /;/ tiM KillT • Eeorgt MURPHY Friday - Saturday BIG-TIME RACKETEERS VERSUS LAW OF THE WEST! DON "RED" BARRY Ian KEITH Linda JOHNSON and A BLUE. BLOOD... with Iclcloi In hll velrul Mrs. Royce Smith and John Hatley of Worrell. Special Services at Presbyterian Church Begin Sunday Beginning Sunday at the morning hour of worship, members of the First Presbyterian church will observe a week of Spiritual Enrichment. Dr. Thomas Brewster will speak on "Witnessing" at the morning hour. In the following programs to be held Monday through Friday from 5 to 5:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dorscy McRae, Sr. will present a study on the Book of Acts in the main auditorium. All members nnd friends of the church arc invited to attend. Sllgh-Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rhodes of McCaskill announce the marriage of their daughter, Thalia, to Jack Elton Sligh, Army Air Forces of the Enginee-ring Department at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sligh of Gurdon. The ceremony was performed Sunday evening, March 7, at Gurdon with the Rev. J. W. Berry officiating. The bride wore a moxlel of moss green wool with tan accessories. She is a senior in Blevins High school and will be graduated in May. Pvt. Sligh is a graduate of Blevins High school. He was employed at the Wilkie Lumber Company Store before he entered the service. Coming and Going Mrs. Burton E. Kitchen (nee Max Garland! and little daughter, Jane, of San' Francisco, Calif, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garland at Emmet. Dr. Kitchen, Lieutenant, United States Navy, is now on sea duty. Mrs. Ralph Routon will be accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. James C. Cross of Washington, D. C., when she returns Sunday from St. Louis, where she was joined by Captain and Mrs. Cross and Pvt. William Routon of Scott Field, 111. 2 Iowa Quintets to Play for National Title St. Joseph, Mo., March 20 —(/P) —The Fonlon brothers, who sell education for a living at (heir two Town business colleges tind sponsor (,'irls basketball teams for the fun of it, will take over the finals of the 15th annual Women's National A.A.U. tournament Innighl. $. I). Fon ton's A. I. C. Slcnns from Davenport, the defending champions, svill meet E. O. ,'Fenlon's A.I.B. serrctaries from Dos Moincs for the 1943 title. The Fenton parly was postponed just one year last March when the Little Hock, Ark.. Coaches kept the A. I. B.'s oul of the finals in a 22-20 game. The compliment was returned In'sI. night, though, with the Secretaries nosing out the Coaches 23-22 In the semifinals. Davenport had nn easier path, eliminating Lenox, a., darkhorso of the tournery 40 to 19. The finalists tonight have tangled six times previously this season, with the DCS Moincs girls victorious live times. T h a consolation championship wcnl to the Nashville. Tenn., business college last night, the collegians beating St. James, Kansas City, 29 - 13. Lenox and Little Rock met at 7:4!i o'clock tonight for third place with the championship game scheduled for 9:30. Today in Congress By The Associated Press Votes on motion to hencl labor- in-parity formula bill back to committee. Special Defense (Truman) committee questions John L. Lewis on increased production goal. Military Affairs committee hears steel workers representatives on war service net. House Cominues debate on pay-as-you- go income tax proposals. SPORTS ROUNDUP By HUGH FULLERTON, JR. Wide World Sports Columnist New York, March 26 -^(/t 3 )— The hotel where the Yankees are staying luring spring training at Asbury Park, V N. J., is constructed largely of material salvaged from the New York World's Fair. . . The club is being constructed mainly of material salvaged from the Cleveland Indians. . . Needless to say, neither is a finished product yet . . . And, incidentally, another deal to buy the Yankees is supposed to b,e cooking with :ln entirely new bunch of names listed as prospective purchasers. . . Only hint we can give is that it might be appropriate, if these guys do get the Yanks, for them to swap with Tom Yawkey, who lives in New York but owns a Boston Club. Onfi-Mi"ute Sports Page Instead of just the winning club, all eight teams competing in the National Collegiate A. A. basketball tourney this year will get prize watches. . . The difference probably is that the winners' clock will lick. . . The Western conference, which forbids its football officials to hobnob with the pros, has offered rcfere Roland Gibbs a full schdule of basketball games in addition to grid assignment. . . . When Henry Armstrong visits the garden tonight it will be his first view of Clco Shans in action since he managed Cleo a couple of years ago ... As manager, Henry never booked any fights that , would bring in the $12,000 or So Shans will collect for his tussle with Greco the Wrecko. ,tapce runner. . . Ensign Willie Tur- ncsa, National Amateur golf champion in 1938, is in the new officer indoctrination class at the North Carolina Pre-Flight school. H. O. Kylcr is a business visitor to Memphis, Tenn. this week. Miss Sue Rogers spent Wednesday in Texarkana. Mrs. Lex Helms and daughter. Dianna, arc returning to Little- Rock today after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lex Helms, Sr. After, a visit with Mrs. J. B. Beckworth, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beckwprth haye returned, to Camp Rucker, Alabama. Pvt. Berley H. Clayton has reported to his post at the Dale Mabry Air Base, Tallahassc, Florida, after spending a few days with Mrs. Clayton and other ./relatives and friends. British Ships Hit Peak In Carrying Passengers London—(/P)— Over 2,250,000 per- including members of the armed services and civilians, were carried last year by British Merchant Marine ships of the Sea Transport Srevicc, or ships otherwise controlled by the Ministry of Transport. This number is almost four times the total of passengers carried in ordinary passenger ships between the United Kingdom and non-European countries before the war. Today's Guest Star Don Donaghey, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin: "For many springs Wilmington fans have stood on their railroad station platform and envied the Pullman porters on the streamliners as they whizzed into .he deep south laden with big league ball clubs. . . Now that they have the 'A's in their laps, they're due to discover that speed and distance lend enchantment to a lail- ender in March." Service Dept. Bow Tie Jimmy Bronson, who used to manage Gene Tunney, has just heard from his two soldier sons, learning that one is in Australia and the other in Ireland. . . Bart Sullivan, Holy Cross track coach, was a bit proud when he heard that one of his old athletes, Lieut. Greg Carpenter, hod walked back to his base in China after being shot down and spending six weeks in Jap - held territory. Then Bart remembered that Greg was a pole vaulter and hurler, not a dis- Home Again When the Army sent Tech.Sgt. Wilbur Young, one of Fort Worth's bettor bowlers, to the Pacific coast ten months ago, Young found the game wasn't the .same without his old bowling pals. . . After a cpuple of games, the sarge just quit trying and turned his attention to soldiering. . . Recently Young, home on furlough, dropped in at the alleys and decided to bowl a couple of games for old lime's sake. . . The first turned up a fair score, then on the second game Young lossed an even dozen strikes for the first perfect in his career. . . Well, maybe practice isn't everything. 3 Arkansas Derby Eligibles Meet Today Hot Springs; March 26 — (IP) — Chipamink, the Silver Star Stock farm's ace sprinter, competed with five other good three year olds to day in the featured fifth race at Oaklawn Park, a six furlong dash under allowance conditions for $1, 000. Running as an entry with Navy Cross, which was lopwcighled at 118 pounds, Chipamink was matched with three Arkansas Derby eligibles and one Kentucky Derby eligible. The Arkansas Derby horses were the River Divide Farm's Dr. RUSH, the Mnrlogg Farm's Take Away and J. C. Bentley's Bring Mo Home. Emanuel Kalish's Toss Up was the Kentucky Derby eligible. Subfcatured was an endurance test of two miles and 70 yards. Mrs. Helen Miller's Ogham wen his second race in as many starts here when he spreadeagled a field of six other two-year-olds yesterday to tour the three furlongs over a sloppy track in 34 seconds — only twofifths of a second off the track record. Ogham paid only $2.SO to win. J. Crutchfield's Count Foray was second and H. Cantor's Pies Pat was third. National Loop Expects Great Hitting Season By The Associated Press Bloomington, Ind.—Judging from the stuff the Cincinnati pitchers arc throwing, this may be a bad year for National League hitters. Johnny Vander Meer and Ray Starr are putting everything into their heaves and the batters are popping the ball straight up or missing it altogether. However, these hitters are on the team which finished seventh in hitting last year. French Lick, Ind. — Manager Jimmy Dykes of the Chicago White Sox plans to rend a rookie pitching staff against Detroit in the opening exhibition game Saturday. He will use Gordon Maltzberger and Floyd Speer of Shreveport and Don Hanski, southpaw free agent. Bear Mountain, N. Y. — Manager Leo Durocher, who changed his mind about playing shortstop for the Brooklyn Dodgers this season after a few days of training, was stationed at short for the full five tilt yseterday. Observers claimed he not only played on a dime but was careful never to remove more than one foot from it at a time. In the meantime a new shortstop prospect turned up in 18-year-old Herb Moore of Dallas, Tex. sembles by departments. 10:50 a. m.—Morning Worship Service. The pastor will preach. 2:30 p. m.—Sunday School in the Guernsey School Building. 0:30. p. m.T-General Assembly for the Baptist Training Union. 7:30 p. m. — Evening Worship Service. The pastor will bring the message. The public is extended a cordial invitation to attend all of the Services of the First Baptist Church. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE N. Main and Ave. p. Paul fi. Gaston, castor. Sunday School—9:45 a. m. Guy E. Basye, Supt. Morning Service—11:00 a. m. The pastor will bring a special message to the church on "Some Requisites for a Revival". Young Peoples service and Adult Bible Study—6:45 p. m. Evangelistic Service—7:45 p. m. Sermon subject: "What does it mean to be "lost"? At the Tabernacle you are a stranger only once.. CHURCH OF CHRIST Corner Fifth and Grady Taylor Davis, Min. 10:00 a. m. Bible classes. 11:00 a. m. Preaching, "The Love of God." 11:40 a. m. Communion service. 6:45 p. m. Vocal drill and rudiments. 8:00 p. m. Preaching, "Saved by Faith." 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, "The Sweetest and Bitterest Word." You are cordially invited to come to these services. Lakewood, N. J. — Johnny Rucker, New York Giants' outfielder who has been classed 4F in the draft because of a spinal ailment, has been examined by a New York specialist, who told him that the condition would not interfere with his playing ball. Asbury Park, N. J. — With the status of Nick Etlen cleared up, Manager Joe McCarthy of the New York Yankees plans to use Johnny Lindell both in the outfield and as a pitcher. He also will continue to work out at first base. McCarthy announced yesterday that George Stirnweiss "is my shortstop." Cairo, 111. — The latest dose of poison for the St. Louis Cardinals opponents is the news of another great hitting catcher in the Cards' camp. He is Gerry Burmeister, who drove in four runs in yesterday's intra-squad tussle. His hitting has been outstanding in six seasons on Cardinal farms! Thirty inspectors of the Army Postal Service are constantly visiting U. S. Army post offices in all parts of the world. Sports Mirror By The Associated, Press Today A Year Ago — Ben Hogan won north and south Open Golf tournament with score of 271. Three Years Ago T- Joe Mod- wick ended holdout and signed St. Louis Cardinals' contract at estimate salary of $18,000. Five Years Ago — Glenn Cunningham won Banners mile at Chicago relays by a stride from Chuck Fenske in 4:09.9. You Women Who Suffer From HOT FLASHES«... CHILLY FEELINGS If you —like so many women between, the ages of 38 and 62—suffer from not flashes, weak, dizzy, nervous feelings, distress or "irregularities", ara blue at times—due to tho functional middle age period in, a woman's life— try taking Lydia E. Plhkham's Vegetable Compound, at once. It's the best known medicine you. can buy that's made 'especially for women. Pinlcham's Compound is famous to relieve such distress. Taken regularly —It helps build up resistance against such annoying symptoms. It also Is a fine stomachic tonic. Thousands upon, thousands of women—rich and poor alike—have reported benefits. Time and again Lydia Pinkham's Compound has proved some women's happiest days often can be during their "40's". Follow label directions. Worth tryingl "Are Ypu Backing Us Up By Staying Well?" This army is taking lots of doctors and nurses from civilian life into active duty in the service. It's up to you to back up the soldiers by staying well and leaving available civilian doctors time enough to handle more patients. PRESCRIPTIONS SCIENTIFICALLY PREPARED The Leading ** AKU & J»UlN We - ve Druggist PHone 621 Got It KOUND ONE CHAPTER XXIII "POR the next hour and a halt a lot of people came into Major Hale's office where Pat was working, but she barely saw them. She dealt with them cordially enough, efficiently enough. But she did so like an automaton. They included city and state officials—even the governors o£ three states had come to Phoenix for the soaring carnival, and all the people were doubly interested in the air train project. They included technicians, weather men, reporters, newsreel people, committees for this and that. While Captain Can- handled the technical aspects of the train planning, it was Pat who handled all the civilian "front." And she did so without really knowing it. Because her mind was on what Ed Bryan had said. "If I was you I wouldn't give up," he had advised her. "Jim Can- is honest with everybody but. himself." That had meant, plainly, that Pat herself had a chance to win Jimmy's love. In spite of Loraine Stuart who was already engaged to him. Unfounded as that hope was, it held power in Pat's mind, and she looked eagerly for the time when she should be with Jimmy again. That pleasure came when Ed Bryan, as planned, brought Jimmy and Loraine to join Pat for lunch. The four of them would go to the Sky Harbor cafe. And that's where 12 o'clock found them. "This is a nice private table looking out at the palm trees, with Superstition Mountain in the background," the waiter told them. "Everybody's getting hepped up over the sky train, Captain Carr." "Yes. Little bit excited myself, waiter. How about you, Lorry? And Pat? Ed's too dumb to know anything." Big Ed grinned. He and the captain understood one another. "It's going to be wonderful, Jimmy!" Pat answered. "I'm as excited as a schoolgirl." And then, as if automatically, all three of them looked at Loraine. She had said almost nothing so far. And she just waited now with narrowed eyes. The moment was about to become definitely strained. "Aw, Lorry!" Jim pleaded, ever so gently. "Come out of it, won't you, sweetheart?" The word stung Pat Friday. "Here we are, four friends in a grand town, at a soaring carnival, having a grand time. Or could be. Don't nurse your mad, Lorry girl!" Ed concentrated on a grapefruit cocktail. But Pat felt strange conflict in her soul. Ed had given her renewed assurance, hope. And she wanted so desperately to make Jimmy Carr discover her; discover her as a girl. A girl to be loved. Well, she couldn't stand on ceremony, she told herself. Not if she really felt that way. Loraine Stuart was a formidable opponent for anybody! Beautiful. Perfectly groomed. Clever as possible, even if she did have a warped moral sense. But Ed Bryan had tactfully assured Pat that Jimmy was mistaken in his own mind, and that she could help him discover her! Pat decided to take over the play here. "Jimmee," she almost purred it, somewhat in Loraine's own style, "We are going to have the grandest experience today! You and I. On that glider train!" "Sure," Jimmy agreed. "Do tell!" Loraine said, loftily. * * * PAT forced another try. "Jimmy I—so many people have been telling me how grand you are. To have thought it up, and planned the train demonstration, I mean." Pat swallowed. "We— we—oh, Jimmee!" Ed Bryan's eyes lifted a moment as if in surprise, then went back to the grapefruit. His quick glance upset Pat, no end. But she tightened her lips! Lorain spoke. "You planned it, Jimmee darling?" "No, matter of fact I didn't," Jim was determined to give credit as due. "The whole thing was Pat's idea. But a darn good one." "I see!" Loraine's voice soared up scale. "And, no doubt, Miss Friday again maneuvered to be taken along. Getting to be quite a habit!" "Now, Lorry!" Jimmy was suddenly distressed anew. Pat felt desperate. "You wanted me, didn't you Jimmee?" she cooed, hastily. "We—we understand things! We know how things are and=f-and—" Ed Bryan had an attack of coughing and hurriedly beckoned the waiter. When the glasses were re-filled with water, and the main course served, and the waiter had gone again, Loraine spoke straight from the shoulder. "I want to get this settled," said she, with devastating calm. "Jimmee!" 'Pat tried. Loraine rode over the interruption. "I've been sitting here in Phoenix nursing my hands like somebody in jail. With—with Ed Bryan here hanging over me like the flatfoot he is! Now, Jimmy, I want to know exactly what the score is. You understand me?" "Lo-raine!" Jim pleaded. "Please I—" He stopped, exhaled heavily, then resumed speaking as if he had suddenly made up his mind, "Loraine, I do understand. Sure do! And I want you to know I feel like a heel. Why, sweetheart, you know what I think about you! We've been engaged for months! I admit this soaring flight has me all wacky. But I've been depending on you to stand by me, see, and I'm standing by you. I admit I've been so doggone busy most of the time that I—" Big Ed Bryan broke in. "I don't want no dessert. Fact is, I ain't much hungry. Miss Pat, how's about you coming on out on the terrace for your ice cream? Me and you can talk while these turtle doves bill and coo." He tried to make it casual, genial, good-natured. And even if it was rather obvious, Pat was grateful to him. Loraine and Jimmy didn't protest, in fact barely noticed them leave. Jimmy kept on talking. Outside with Pat, Ed mopped his face with a handkerchief. "Whew!" he breathed. "Warm, ain't it?" It wasn't warm. Pat was looking up at him, rather fearfully. Fearful of what she nerself Had done. He led her to a private spot in a covered swing. "Ed I—I muffed it! I—oh!" She was about to cry. He patted her hand. "That wasn't just the way to go about it, Miss Pat," said he gently. "I guess me and you, we—we have to operate in our own way. Ypu couldn't imitate that Stuart dame's style—Whew!" He had his 'kerchief out again. Couldn't imitate Loraine. . . . No. . . . No, she couldn't, Pat realized now. Her purring act hadn't jelled. Her desperate, forced business of trying to impress Jimmy Carr, in the same manner Loraine used effectively, Jiad only made her look ridiculous, naive. Jimmy hadn't noticed her at all. Indeed, he had set in determinedly to stress his love for Loraine! Pat's breath took on a sudden trembling, and all at once she leaned over sobbing in her hands. Ed Bryan, thoroughly miserable, patted her shoulder. It was all the big fellow knew to do. (To Be Continued) Fights Lost Night By the Assoe'ated Prfiis V, ( Philadelphia "— Felix Del Paolf/, 188 1-2, Philadelphia. outpointed Joe Sofi, 196. Philadlephia (8). Fall River, Mass. — Pete Ixnrflj* is, 182, Cumberland, R. I., knockejl out Bob Harri, 176, New York (3)» The first maps published we're made from woodcuts in 1475. AT FIRST SIGN OF A 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH W. 4th and Ferguson W. P. Graves, pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Lacie Rowe, Supt. Regular Services 11 a. m. Evening Service 8 p. m. Young Peoples Service 7 p. m. Week Night Service Wednesday and Friday 8 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend all Services at The First Pentecostal church. The island of Manhattan is 13 miles long and two miles wide. Cape Girardeau, Mo. — The St. Louis Browns prepared for their first intra-squad ball game today although they have only four iri- fielders in camp. Veteran Catcher Rick Ferrell, Mike Chartak and Mike Kreevich and several young pitchers have been lined up for infield duty. Church News GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH N. Ferguson St. D. O. Silvey, Pastor 10:00 Sunday School. 11:00 Preaching. 7:00 B. T. C. and Bible Study Groups. 8:00 Preaching. 2:30 Monday, Ladies' Auxiliary. 7:30 Wednesday, Teacher's Meeting. 8:00 Wednesday, Pray Services. May we think upon the question, "What reasons do I have for going to church Sunday?" FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Pine at Second Robert B. Moore, pastor Chimes—9:30 a. m. Church School—10:00 a. m. Morning Worship—10:50 a. m. Special Music. Sermon by the pastor. Vesper Service—5:30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor. Youth Fellowship—6:30 p. m. Choir Practice—Thursday, April 1, 7:30 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Third and Main Streets Rev. W. R. Hamilton, pastor 9:30 a. m.—Sunday School as- TAXI SERVICE Yellow Cab Taxi Co. Jesse Brown, Owner Phone 2 SHORTY'S RADIO SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Located At Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 Hope, Ark. WE DELIVER We pick up and deliver laundry and dry cleaning. 2-day service. Telephone 143 i Cook's White Star Laundry & Dry Cleaners How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal rajv, tender, Inflamed" bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to haye your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis NEW SAENGER Friday - Saturday FORWARD MARCH for romance...rhythm... and fun! I Allan JONES- JaTe'lFRAZIE Gloria JEAN. Donald O'CONNOR MI Spitalny's All Girl Orchestra And Valley of Vanishing Men PLUS V'l <•?! J«"i i f -RJalto- Sunday - Monday "WE ARE THE MARINES" A March of Time Full Length Feature PLUS Troop Train Dizzy Detectives Tito's Guitgr tj ' % ' Neiu ftENGIR Sunday - Monday - Tuesday YANKEE DOODLE GENE KELLY GEORGE MURPHY MART4 EGGERTH BEN BLUE

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