Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 28, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 28, 1954
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Thursday, January .28, 1954 HOPE STAR, H 0 P fi , A El K A .M S A § SBERGER • LAST DAY ® Feature at: 2:49 - 4:59 - 7:09" - 9-19 • Novelty, "FRIying Horseshoes" • Travel: "Copenhagen, City of Towers" ••mas e • FRl. - SAT. 9 M-G-M's Ail-Time Great! • Last Times Toddy * At: 7:34 - 9:18 Novelty, "Sky Police" Cartoon, "Fireman's Brawl" Friday & Saturday SUSPENSE! JOAN LESLIE JAMES CRAIG "NORTHWEST STAMPEDE" In Color! itheachlOc We Reserve the Riqht to Limit Purchases ADMIRATION Mb. Can GODCHAUX KITCHEN CHEF KITCHEN CHEF ASSORTED Box ASSORTED FLAVORS Boxes 1 ' PET PURE HUNTS HALVES 300 Cans CHUM 1 Lb. Tall Can MORTEN CUT 3 large Packages PRODUCE DIPT. 2 Heads 4 Doz Size Sliced, Frozen in Syrup 2Lbs. Pound DONALD DUCK FROZEN in Our Market You Get frhe Best- Money Can Buy SWEET- CHUCK STEW MEAT lb.?5c TALL KORN SIRLOIN, T-BONE& RIB pimE Ground Beef Prices for Friday, Januory 29th ond Sofarday, Januory SUPER ,!<• SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, January 28 There will be a meeting of the Boclcaw improvement Club at 6:30 p. m. on Thursday, January 28. Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish. The ladies of the Hope Country Club will have a luncheon at 12:30 on Thursday, January 28. Mrs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. Charles Harrell will be co-hostesses. Cub Scout Pack 62 will meet at Garland School at 7 p. m.on Thursday, January 28 (tonight). Friday, January 29 Miss Dorothy Marie Bullock and James Edward Robertson of Fort Worth, will be married at 6 p. m. on Friday, January 29, in the First Baptist Church of Hope. There will be a March of Dimes Benefit at the VFW Hut on Friday, January 29, at f:30 p. m. All members of the VFW Post'and Auxiliary and their guests are invited* All proceeds go to the polio drive. Monday, February, 1 The Band Mothers Auxiliary will meetin. Cannon Hall Monday, February i, at 7:30 p. m. The executive meeting will be held at 7 o'clock. W. S. C. S. Circle 6 of the Metlio- dist Church will meet Monday. February 1, at 2 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Bob Turner.' with Mrs. L. C. Dean as co-hostess. Mrs. H. E. Patterson will introduce and lead the first session of "The Prophet Jeremiah" assisted by Mesdames R. L. Broach, George Murphy, George? Peck and L, B. Tooley. The devotional will be led by Mrs. David Waddle. Circle 3 of W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church will meet in thi> home of Mrs. Annie Ervvin, 620 South Main, Monday, February. .1 at 3 p. m. Co-hostess will be Mrs Lillian Hamilton. Boyle 1 Continued "from Page One belicvj he was right to a large extent. "Older men are pipe smokers, and crime reports reveal that the younger age groups predominate in crime," said Chief Roy D. Kerr of Tjcoma, Wash. "I do not smok? at all myself, said police officer L. M. Hilton of Ogden, Utah, biit acknowledged pipe smokers committed few horn icides in his aroa. "Wo have had dealings with thousands of criminals here, and I cannot recall one of the "big time' oi-iminnls smoking a p ipe," "threatened to tell" that he raped her. The partly' Kude, .near-frozen body of the girl w?s discovered Monday ricar a lonely lakeshore lover's lane. Last night the arrest was made. Stale Police Sgt. Adrian McCarr identified 22-year-old George Cappq, a veteran of the Korean fighting, as the confessed killer. McCarr said Capps lured Marta frorii lu-r home, where she was minding her 6-year-old sister last Friday night, drove her in his car to .naarby Curtis 'I-iake, and . there raped'her in the back seat after ripping off part of her clothes. Then the policeman sakl in disclosing the confession,: Capps brutally beat the girl and sho,t her as sho tried to run away after threatening to tell his wife Mabel, 21, who is expecting their first child. Dorothy Bullock Complimented With Shower • Miss Dorothy Bullock, bride-elect of James Edward Robertson was complimented with a miscellaneous bridal shovver at the home of Mrs. George Garrett on Wednesday light. Hostesses were Mrs. C. P. Vtiuin. Miss Julia Sutton, Mrs..Lee McCain and Mrs. Garrett. The Garrett home was attrao- ively decqrated with: arrangements Miss ""BulloCk was presented a corsage of white pompom chrysanthemums. The honoree wore a two Jiece trousseau frock of black silk shantung touched with gold. Games were played with:the 1 prize being won by Mrs. Hugh arrett. The hostesses served embossed cakes with coffee to the guests. KichieySlow-Down May Bring Restless Nights When liidney function slows down, many folks complain of nagging backache, hoad- nchcs, dizziness and loss of pep and energy. Don't suiter restless nights with these •dis- camforts if reduced kidney function is get. ting you down—due to such common causes as stress and strain, over-exertion or exposure to cold. Minor hladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause getting up nights • or, frequent passages. Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions hother you. Try Doun's Pills—a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over BO years. It's amassing how many times Doaii's give happy relief from these discom- \helpthci5mileaofkidneytvibesandfll- ish out waste. \3et Bonn's Fills toduyl 1 OlllCL O. A (jlOh» v) Miss. "On the eohtr«4v, they . cam smoked cigarettes many o f them taking crtly a couple putfs before stubbing it • but and lighting another." "Pipe smokers seen to have less nervous tension," wrote Police Supt. Leo Kuday of Rcranton, Pn. "It would appear pipe Smokers come icom the more stable social gioup, 1 ' observe^ Chief S. (3. Hauc'.tedahl of Itcnosha, Wis.. 'Pipe smokers are generally older more settled, persons than are the cigr.rctte smokers, and it naturally, follows that the Cigarette smokers will be more n.umerous the, law "Violations*" said Tolbot Base Statement »? ,» By ELTON G WAHlftGTON 4 —'Secretary of the Air Force Harold E. Talbott hurriedly revised .yestefdfty a statement of V, S. intention to use bases, in Spain during time of War to say il will ho in line with ogre- ments between the two nations. "Who is going to stop us" Talbott qitH'kly as<ed when a reporter Chief Ray Blahkenshlp of North Little Rock, Ark. Frankly, it s'.ems to us this poll laises more questions than it an SINGER 1 January) Used iMalhi ^CLEARANCE SAJLj '*• i ' j .1,7.1- ££* i I ! fl Tremendous Values on !INGER Electric Trade-in; .deluding some floor models and salesmen's demonstrators. &%%•&* , ^Isfffe *SSS . In other make i, *^ ALSO... ~ • • . a large selection '"OF" «jS^ other a*, used Machine^JJJ Man); one or two of a kta^vWJHI ,'. „ ,ii|**«W IT? Local P. E. O. Chapter Observes Founders' Day Chapter AE of the. P. E. O. met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Henry Haynes to observe the annual Founders' Day of the Sisterhood. Arrangements of japonica, narcissus, and acacia were used in the living room. Mrs. Franklin Horton, chapter president, conducted the business session. Mrs. L. B. Tooley was in charge of the Founders' Day Program. She told the story of the founding of the organization at Wesleyan College, Mount Pleasant. Iowa, on January 21, 18C9. Mrs. W. L. Sims lighted yellow candles in a seven branched candelabrum as Mrs. Tooley paid tribute to the seven women who founded this sisterhood eighty-five years ago and which has now grown to be the biggest exclusive- woman's secret pr- ni^at^oni in th> wqrlrjl '' M ' Aisaiad-jDlate frith coffee wa'sisej-- ved to seventeen members by tho hostess assisted by Mrs. Jim McKenzie and Mrs. Franklin Horton. n P. Cox We Give Eagle Stamps i*" 1 "^ Chefl/ne " Reg. S/ze CASHMERE PAPER v Menu. TOWELST TISSUES SOAP (Lliqlt 4) A J|"tATTiT 1 " S ° ciet 5'-" Save nOW! ' WALGREEN AGENCY V ' * , \' i j Wonc^Tner 200 ~ 2137' (Limit ; Personal Mention Friends of Fred H. Cook will bp glad to learn that he is improving after ten weeks of illness. Large DRENE Shampoo ^, For beautiful hair. 89 VBO* IODINE or 13 'BuyNw 1 , at Savtass/;' 49 C WALGREEN mm Save 39 C jji M CLi i I Ptslel Colon 10° WASH CLOTHS 3 i 25° (Limit 6 cloths) JlVWftS PERFECTION HAND CREAM .\*m^m lUw^*"*"*' ?-or,j Jir f ?J f^L *"""* ' II [jSave] t| 9C H,*~- ••-•»-r«-" RUBBING ALCOHOL Pottle f ftf^- S^jf n.48 Value! W "JfJFUVfVK^ 9 * "!'"-> ^'^illAwft >PI,' Coming and Going Mrs, Kline Snyder and Mrs. L. W. Youijg returned Wednesday from Dallas, where they visited Mv, and Mrs. A. B. Cox. Jack White, a student at Northeastern Louisiana State College at Monroe, left Wednesday to return to school after visiting his mother Mrs. J. W. White, for several days- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Urrey and Mrs. H. P. Duprey visited Mrs. Mary Alice Dorsey in Henderson Texas on Wednesday, Mrs. Dorsey is a patient at a Henderson hospital. . v Hospital Notes Branch Admitted:: lyirs. Earl Bain. Ifope Mrs. Laverne Vines, Patrnos Mrs. G. G. Gibson. Rt. i Lewi|syille Miss Jerrine Flowers. Hppe.' Discharged: Mrs. Ijindell glHs & baby boy. Rt. I Hope Mrs. Alice Arnold and baby boy. Hope Mrs. Ada Mouser, Rt. 4, Hope Mls£ Jerrine Floweys. Hppe Mrs. C. W, Stroud. Washington.. < "POM Canasta CARDS Sole tf-0«nce LYSOL . pisinfectantH&,,,lr! CCC Lotsof? ' l!} p- K ^a8^^«?«Bisa^-^m^-pa|^^{aa'' Sutfejrr-VITAMiN VALUES! PI ALKA SELTZER Bottle 2$ tablets. 65<T "'^7 T r'w« a«w; P» Twin Scotty PAINT SET With 2 MIIWM! AYTINAt Ola*onl Vitamin? and plus Liver. Mineral* with " " Crystalline B-12 , BoUlsspflOO J:S»P*S m*m -i' ^•1 B I 285" w ^:l2i 'S'MDK'FRS 9 - &/4LF ; «uf III \^B\BLI*i.<Jr «J'jr r sfi_ J BL Ji u $3.00 BATHROOW M «.>.,

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