Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1954 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 21, 1954
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Thtmday, Januory If, 19S4 HOP! STAR, MOM* ARKANSAS PRESCOTT NEWS E. S. A. Has Alpha Omicron Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority held its regular business meeting with the president, Mrs. Tillroan Worlhing- ton, Friday afternoon when plans were tiscussed for the Polio Benefit Talent Show lo be held Saturday Night, January 30th, 7:30 p. in. at Prescott High Sehooi Auditorium. Admission is cents and to cents. An interesting progiam was pre- sjjMcd by the Kducational Director, Mrs. Joe Paul Crune on the Ideals of ESA. Mrs. Frank Haltom, Jr., Mrs. Bryon Frank.:, Mrs. C.R. Gray and . Mrs. Gene Hale participated. L'OKCS and coiioe were s^rvud to the diiove mentioned and to Mrs. J. R. Bcniis, Mrs. Carl Dalrympie, Mrs. Bob Reynolds, Mrs. Bob ^ar- .brougli, Mrs. Adam Guthrle, Jr., and Mrs. Dudley House. Mrs. Felix Purifoy Celebrates birchuay Mrs. Felix PuriCoy The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 or bHn_ ttsms to Ml»» Turnw at Hicks Funeral Home The Melody Five of Magnolia will give a musical program at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Sun day night, January 24, sponsored by Circle No. 4. The public is invited. The senior choir of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will rehearse Thursday night, January 21. All members, are urged to be present. Rosston, celebrated her 83rd birtli- day with open house on Sunday, Jun. IV. Mrs. ruruoy is a prominent and well known citizen of Nevada County. Relatives present were J. V. Purifoy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purifoy, Vai and buc, 'lommy ana £uuy m-y son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Purifoy and Mfcry Ann of Chidesler, Mrs. Val liBbank of Springhill, La., and Mrs. Vtiinsted Htuunei, James ana wuu- am Mr. and Mrs. .bill Jarrel and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Bedsol ail of bhr- cveport, ba. ' Friends who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Kecly McDonald, Cora Mac and Cornell*,, Mrs. Fannie Martin of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marsh oE Uosston, and Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Tgfcslmorcland o£ Prescott, Route G. Mr3. Purifoy received many lovely and useful gifts. Mrs. Lola Scoggins died in a Little Rock hospital Tuesday, January 19. Funeral arrangement -are of Route 3, | incomplete. i Clarence Brooks, Scout Executive of Little Rock, was a local weekend visitor. Cpl. Willie L. Johnson has return ed to Fort Eustis, Va., after spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Elnora Brandon, and friends, HANDS FULL-Emrich Gale, a Pentagon employe in Washington, D. C., is all tied up taking care of copies of the budget for fiscal 1955. He's on his way to distribute the copies to high- ranking military officials. Young Clear of Holdings WithC&O NEW YORK, UP)— Robert R. Young, clear of all connections With the Chesapeake & Ohio Rail road, wss free today to achieve his ambition of controlling the New York Central System—if he can. Ths 56 year old Te-xasborn fin ancier dropped a . bombshell infi nahclal and railroad circles with the announcement last night that he and a group of associates re quitting the C&O nd severing nil ties that in tha past have kept him sitting 'on the Central board. The C&O announced that Young had resigned as board chairman of tho, C&O. With him went his companion in an astonishing rise to power, Allan P. Kirby, who stepped out as president of the railroad. For years Young—the most dis cussed and unorthodox figure in American railroading—has tallied of controlling the Central. Colorado was partically unknown country when was discovered there in 1858. WAF DIRECTOR-Lt.-Col. Phyllis D. S, Gray, of Warwick, R. 1., is the new directot of women in the Air Force, succeeding Col. Mary Shelley who resigned. Formerly WAF staff director in Europe, she will assume command this month. White marble decorations ol Greek temples, now exhibited as examples of Greek culture, usually #ere painted in brilliant colors, when they were first erected Compromise Discussed on Cotton Acres •WASHINGTON' ' 4 - Conterehfc* es aimed at compromising Seriate and Mouse differences over cotton acreage allotments for the com ing drop year begin in Congress today. Conferences cheduled a meeting amid predictions they would agree quickly en the Senate acreage figures which wbuld add about 2% million acres to the 17,910,000 acre allotment set by Secretary of Agriculture Bensen. Still in dispute, however, Were differing methods for adjusting acreage allotments' among indivi dual growers. Both House and Senate have passed sepaiate bills to deal with acreage allotment* to co tton growers, who accepted production controls to retain government price supports at 90 per cent of parity. The Mouse bill set the allotment at 221/z million acres. The Senate bill would set the allotment at 21,379,000 acres. House conference are expected to accept the lower Senate figure because the cotton crop Is estimated to be some two million DOCTORS KNOW . .. thin specialized aspirin for children Is made to best fit children's needsl ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN! wheft ago. fire wfcs almost Uftfrj licved t obe eiertte^t- Middle Ages, dltHifetiih proving sucti thtorffiS made as eartf to ftti tury B. C. f otaio bugs, fcMfe vegetation in thtf-JtdMi regiott, adapted Itself and has stnse beedftics aht pest ot thai Cfop. , a MW, «af» now drop for chlldm. Conlalni n«o-iyn«phrin«. B»e, 8?c ilui. ST. JLMHH ROM PROM IW DHIURU FOR SALE >* ' The Best Spot In Tf , • r t » ' f **/ ^ 'T -,"*'*& v. Would you tike to buy a delng Business, that'Wllf'W«i*J you a nice flvlna and pay foe Itself ih elflhteen mo«th«» M - K We rearet that because of 111 health, we Business for sale. All Buildings, Equipment and first class condition. Good City attd Tourist Trade. House to Uv* ]W business. Next door to new eighteen unit m&tel on 67 in Hope, Arkansas, ! > , MAC'S RESTAUMNT (Formerly the Snack Hope, Arkansas If Interested see Mr. or Mrs. H. Victory H. D. Club Has January Meeting The January Meeting or the Victory Home Demonstration Club was held on Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. N. N. Daniel with Mrs. ' J. C. Woodul assisting hos- €N- . The president, Mrs. Roy Loomis presided Mrs. Burke Shelton gave the secretary's and treasurer report. A reading "Let Somebody Else" was given by Mrs. Johnny. Hooks The club voted to have a bake sale Saturday morning, January 23 at. the Prescott Hardware Mrs. Burgess gave a talk on "Present Day Fashion." .During the social hour the white .if t;g...wc,re, exchanged. ,,;.:,» . Rctresh'mc'nls were :?erve'd from" the dining table covered .with a lace cloth centered with a Crystal eper- fine filled with fruit and ivy. George Wants Vote on Treaty Issue By JACK BELL WASHINGTON, UP! Sen. George (DGd) urged Republicans today to take to a Senate vote their differ ences over a proposed constitu tional amendment on treaty pow ers. But Sen. Knowland of Califor nia, the GOP leader, said he hasn't given up hope of a compromise. George, taking a leading role for the Democrats in the treaty controversy, said he regards as "a fair proposition" an offer by ien. Bricker (ROhio) to submit to a rollcall test a section of a pr o posed constitutional amendment riticized by President Eisenhower. Eisenhower said he would nevfr gree to giving the states power o nullify within their own borders he operations of treaties. Bricker . has said that -what he s trying to do Js to make sure that reaties don t take away the rights }f the states to establish the quali ications of voters and to exercise other powres reserved to them in he -Constitution.' Lawyers 'disagree as to'whether this is a real dan Mrs. Richard Cook Complimented ...... .. .. Miss Joann Bright entertained with a linen shower at her home on Thursday evening for the pleasure o£ Mrs. Richard Cook, the former! : iss Jean Haynie. 10 rooms were decorated with potted plants and the honorees chair was marked with white ribbons. Bridal games were played after which Mrs. Cook was presented lier lovely gifts in a decorated box. There were twelve guests. Gifts were sent by those unable to attend Cookies and cold drinks wero served. Raymond Garrett, student at Southern State College, Magnolia \fj$cnt the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs, Leon Garrett and had as his guest Don Slagle, assistant Administrative for the Magnolia National Guard. • Little Miss Sue Harville of Benton visited her aunt, Mrs. Clifton Yancey and family over the weekend. Mrs. Brad Briglit had as hei jjucsts tSunday Mrs. Dean Madison Marry Dorris and Larry of DeQuecn Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Scott a Little Rock hava been the guests oi his parents, Mr. Scott. and Mrs. Vick Mrs. John P. Cox of Hope was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Smith have re turned to Ruston, La. after a visi' jth Mr. and Mrs. Orin Ellsworth Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ackerman Johnny and Nancy and Miss Jo Ann Morris of Little Rock were weekend guests Hcstorly. of Mrs. Thome Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hesterlj visited relatives in .Rust\ni, La Sunday. Brooks Norfleet of Dallas spen wjb weekend with Mrs. Norflee Who is the guest of her mother, Mrs Hubert Whitaker. C. H. Tompkins Jr. of Shreve port was the weekend guest of hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tomp George said the quick and simple vay to end the argument is to put t up to the Senate; "I don't see why the .Republi can leaders should object to sett ing this issue in the Senate," the eorgia senator said in an inter view. "A good many senators .who avoi" adoption of a constitutional amendment don't want to vote for his clause because they believe it .joes too far. "I think I might vote to eliminate it, although I don't consider it as significant nor as harmful as some others seem to think it is." George predicted that on a test, a majority of the Senate woulc vote to strip out the disputec clause and thus make the propos ed treaty power' amendment more palatable to Eisenhower. Dcmocra tic votes are^ likely to decide the question. Miss Jackie McMahen has . returned.' to' Little Rock after a visit with her mother, McMahen. Mrs, Ctiristine Mrs. W. O. Hays has had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. William Hays and Mack of Okolona. Coal cinders are lound in Roman ru,ins of Great Britian, indicating the Romans burned cpal to gome extent duiing their- occupat- Tech Cager Succumbs to In juries MORRILTON W) —.Forward Bil ly E. Baker of Arkansas Tech' basketball team died in a hospita here today of injuries suffered las Sunday when the car in which he was rising overturned. Five other members of Tech'; team and two other men also wcri hurt : : ri the accident, none critica ly. Baker, 18, suffered a skull frac ture and a brain injury. He at 7:15 a. m. The victom was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bake of Pottsville. The eight men were returnini to Tech's campus at Russellvill after playing Arkansas A&M a Monticello when the accident o curred nine miles south .of heron U. S. Highway 64. Police said the tires on otl rear wheels of the station wago: Ibew out, causing driver Travi Adams, 20, the team's publicity di rector, to lose control. Other players injured were Guar Paul Anderson, 19; Guard Davi Cami'ield, 20; Center Bill Stanlej 22; and Guard Robert Wolf, 21 and Guard Sidney Ragland, 2Q- A but' Wol£ are expected to be ou of action for the the remainde of the season. Adams and Dean McLemore, the team's student manager, su fered mior injuries. Arkansas Tech is unbeaten i Aikansas Intercplleg»ate Confei ence play and has lost only on game all season. The Colossus of Rhodes, one p the ancient wonders of the WQ»'W was destroyed in an e fu 224 B, C. Mjny scholars bel|eve tjbll Here Now! F ) Trucks for! 170-H.P. CARGO KINO V-8 Featuring the 152-H.P. CARGO KING V-8 13B-H.P. POWER Mightiest ^ . .• •?,-* • of power per cu.in.ever built into a truck line! ' • . "'• '''•••..•'. m f* m *ml fflOU t f, f* ry^'Tv * ^ **kri* < f _ 4-JW W " " NOW ... ONLY FORD gives you Gas-Saving, LOW-FRICTION, High-Compression, Overhead-Valve, Deep-Block engines in aJ! truck models! V-8 and SIX! y ^ •' 5 engines-115- to 170-h.p.! 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