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April 15, 1943 HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE an a I eriOfi* Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Phone 768 Between 8 a. m. and 4 p. m. ocial Calendar April 15th Mark M. Smyth and Mrs. rion Buchanan will be hostesses .members of the Lilac Garden [lib, 3 o'clock. gDepuly Grand Lecturer of the Eastern Star of Arkansas, Mrs. Nell SJtish of Mclvern, will make her visit ill the Masonic Tern- 8 p. m. All members arc re gFriday, April IGth If The Service class of the Kir:; fChristian church will meet at the '^recreational rooms rif the churcl 'f ,• a social meeting. 8 o'clock. Mrs Floyd Porterficld. Icachcr, urge all members to attend. Monday, April 19th Circle No. I of the Women's Au\ iliary of the First 1'rcsbylcria li-iiurch, home ol Mrs. L. A. Foster, 3 o'clock. President, Mrs. Clmrlcs Bryan, -ice president, Mrs. Ted Jones; secretary, Mrs. C. W. Bridgcrs; magazine and publication chair- nan, Mrs. Clyde Monts; historian Mrs. Hoss Bright. In the count of months present Mrs. B. C. Hyatt's room received the dollar. James Embrce was the gucs speaker at the April meeting of the Oplesby P. T. A. at the school yes- In-day afternoon. For his subject, Mr. Embrce .selected 'Plans of our Children in the Community". He was introduced by Mrs. W. R. Hamilton. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Harry Shiver presided at the Accessories Are Valuable 'Wardrobe Extenders' By ROSELLEN CAULAHAN NEA Staff Writer Women who buy "two-season" clothes for Easter arc concentrating nn suits and basic-type frocks—all of which puts a new, brighter spotlight on accessories, especially dickies. These are so Inexpensive that you can have a drawer full of them and turn two or three suits or dresses into quite a "wardrobe." It's significant that last years' record of a 700 per cent increase in neckwear sales was topped four times over during the first three months of this year. So when you're planning your Easter shopping, it would be a smart thing' to figure on an assortment of dickies, gilcls and cuffs. A word of warning, though. If you plan to buy but one suit or dress and give it a strong support- For Sale COTTON SEED, D&PL, Stonewall 2B, Rowden 41A and Cookers long staple, first year from breeder. All $2.00 per bushel. McDavilt. See T. S. 6-tf THE W. M. MARSHALL 80 ACRE farm on Columbus road. Will sell at sacrifice as owner is leaving city. Mr. A. A. Tannchill, phone 414-W. 9-Gtp Wanted to Buy CUT-OVER OR CHEAP LAND. State price and location. Boswell & May, Bodcaw, Ark 29-lmp ALFALFA HAY, ALSO ALFALFA and Johnson grass mixed hay. Sec Oscar Van Riper on Hope and Columbus highway, 12 miles out. 12-6tp MEN'S AND BOYS' SPRING SUITS pants and shoes. Ladies' and children's spring dresses and low heel shoes. Bedspreads and sheets. R. M. Patterson, East Second St. 31-lf TRUMPET, condition. MUST BE IN GOOD Notify Hope Star. 12-Btp GENTLE SADDLE HORSE. SEE Robert LaGronc. 133tch COTTON SEED. ROWDEN 41-A $1.50 per bushel if you rurnish the sacks. C. G. Critchlow, Emmet Route 2. 12-Glp TEAM OF YOUNG MARES. Broke to work ,also heavy wagon. J. W. Cole, Emmet, Ark. 14-8tpd Wanted SEVEN-FOOT FRIGIDAIRE. gpod condition. Phone G07 IN Circle No. 3 of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church, home of Mrs. H. 11. Burr, Circle No. 4 of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church, the church, 7:30 o'clock. business session. Mrs. Thco I Will read the national president's message. Officers named by the nominating committee chairman, Mrs. II. E. Bcnsons follow: President, Mrs. P. J. Holt; vice president, Mrs. Clyde Hcndrickson; secretary, Mrs. Perry Moses; treasurer, Mrs. I. J. Pilkinton; historian,' Mrs. Clyde Coffee; magazine chairman, Mrs. Corbin Foster. Miss Bessie Green's room received the dollar in the attendance contest. T yo P. T. A. Organizations Name New Officers Brookwood P. T. A. held the final meeting of the school year at the school 'Wednesday afternoon with •Your Home as Your Fortress" the Three Members Host Jett B. Graves Class Mrs. Lloyd Kinard, Mrs. Ralph Smith, and Mrs. Clyde Hcndrickson wei'c hostesses to members of the Jell B. Graves class of Ihe Firsl --.-•- , , ij,., t .o i,« MI-« n A I Methodist church at a party at the ^oi, 0 ^ 11 Sest ! " P Skc "' 1 h°™ « "«c former Tuesday Mrs. S. E. McPherson, president, presided at the business period. The following new officers were introduced by Mrs. W .R. Herndon, chairman of the nominating .Vittee: ning. Mrs. Hcndrickson, president of the class, was in charge of the business period. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Kinard. Games and contests were arrang ing cast of accessories, make certain it is a well-made basic model, preferably navy blue or black. You'll never create an optical illusion of many changes if It is too obvious in color and design. A perfect example of the threc- in-onc trick was displayed at one Fifth Avenue shop. For office wear, a simply styled suit of navy blue was shown with a crisp white waffle pique dickey trimmed with a row of mother of pearl buttons Then, for dinner in town, -with a delicate point d'csprit dickey iind jabot with contrasting faille binding and bow. Finally, for such special occasions as Easier, with a deep collar of ruffled Binch type lace and matching cuffs. Blouse and gloves or hat and bag ensembles of crisp, gay plaid taffeta or mattress ticking, make most effective duos. Cotton lace ' ruffs for high and low-necked frocks, laced with black velvet ribbon, arc excellent pick-ups for last year's black crepe afternoon frocks. And for sure-fire feminine apeal, try one of the tucked pastel dickies with giant pussycat bows and perhaps gloves to match. From-ltord & Taylor, New York NEW SAENGER NOW Monty Wooley m in " Life Begins at 8:30" Friday - Saturday ! BY AN ANCIENT IEG_END! CAT PIOP W. Taylor. ed for the pleasure of the guests with Mrs. Clyde Carpenter, Mrs. E. W. Copcland. and Mrs. Hollis Luck receiving the prizes. During the evening a delicious desert course was served the following guests by the hostesses: Mrs. K. G. Hamilton, Mrs. Oliver Mills, Mrs. Clyde Carpenter, Mrs. Byron Andrews, Mrs. Blair Shu [oYd, Mrs. W. A. Mudgctl, Mrs. Ben Edmiaston. Mrs. E. W. Copcland, Mrs. L. Walker, Mrs. Curtis Urrey Mrs. J. L. Lester, Mrs. B. W. Ed wards, Mrs. O. A. Graves, Mrs. jp v t_ Beck also visited friends in Hollis Luck and two guests, Mrs. Hot Springs, where he was stationed ABOVE: The Irlck of maWne your one suit look like three isn't done with mirrors—but accessories. How one basic black suit can be transformed to go any place at any time of day is illustrated above. First is shown a. crisp white waffle pique dickey with bow tie and mother of pearl button trim, to be worn to business or on a shopping tour. A quick change for a dinner date is made with the delicate point d'esprit dickey and jabot with contrasting faille binding and bow, pictured at center. The deep collar oC ruffled Binch type lace with matching cuffs, sketched at the right, is for special "dress-up" occasions. LEFT: This vcstce of navy, light blue and pink plaid taffeta with a giant pussy-cat bow, has long gauntlets to match. RIGHT: Crisp lingerie touches on a. simply styled frock is a fashion-lirsl this season. This vcstee of eyelet embroidered or-, gandic- with val type lace edging, fastens into the dress by a waist•band and hook-and-eye device at 'the neck. TIMBER AND SEVERAL HUN- drcd ricks of wood. Also wood saw. Will pay $1.50 per rick for culling. See L. R. Caldwcll on Washington highway, °"« from town. TRAVELING SALESMAN, POSI- ilion wilh car, salary and Iravel- ing expenses. Old cslablished lobacco concern. Applicanls may be belwecn 25 and 45 years of age. Wrilc P. O. Box 1496, Little Rock, Ark. 143-lch OR A HALF-KARAT diamond ring. Call Hope Star. 14-3tp SKIN ERUPTIONS (externally caused) CHECK ITCHING-BURNING the antiseptic-stimulating L way with_fa- UPRIGHT ROPER COOK STOVE. | 823 S. Main St. or telephone 21C-J. 14-3tch I 40 BUSHEL COTTON SEED. Heavy Fruiter No. 5 First year from breeder. $4.50 per hundred. Pulls inch and belter Bale per acre in 1942. Daily delivery to ™^ B3 healing 10,!, 25(, 50t. Money i back Hope. Also good used mower lo g uaran tee. Use only as directed. Cleanse trade for walking cultivator. See | daily with Black and White fakin boap. Fred B. Miller, Hope, Route 1. 14-Glp HOT POINT ELECTRIC REFRIG orator, 6 foot capacity. Excellent condition. Used very litlle. Ira W. Hendrix, Blevins, Ark. Phone 21. 15-3lpd Notice SEND ME YOUR NEW OR RE- newal subscriplions for any magazine published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. 1-lmch Mrs. Grady May departed Wednesday for San Luis Obispa, Calif, to join Cp. May, who is stationed there. Pvt. Roy Beck, Jr., who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beck, 122 North Hazel, has returned to Camp Howzc, Texas. E. P. Young and Mrs. Dowcll. Ezra Me with SIMONE SIMON. KENT SMITH *.. JACK HOLT ROUNDING UP THE RANGE RENEGADES in the ROUH with Johnny Mack BROWN Tex RITTER Fuzzy KNIGHT tcccoxcc Burke-Malone Mrs. F. C. Mulonc announces Ihe marriage of her daughter, Marjoric, to Pvl. Ralph E. Burke of Camp Gruber, Oklahoma, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burke of Hope. The marriage Was solemnized February 20 in Muskogcc, Okla. at the Army-Navy hospital before being transfered to the Texas camp. Emmet Surgical Dressing Unit To Be Opened Today The establishment of a Surgical Dressing unit of the Red Cross in Emmet today was announced by Mrs. S. M. Pankey, Emmet chairman. Instructors from the Prcscott chapter under the auspices of the Nevada county chapter of the American Red Cross, will have charge of the opening session. Mrs. I'anKoy will announce her chairmen and instructors al a later date. Communiques From Scolt Field, III. comes Ihe -icws of Ihe promolion of William Ralph Roulon, son of Mrs. Ralph Roulon, to the rank of Private Firsl Class. Wcldon Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pink W. Taylor, 517 Wesl 4th street, has begun an intensive course in aviation mechanics at the Amarillo Army Air Field, Amarillo, Texas. Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith have been notified of the promotion ol their son, LI. (j. g.) Willis Garrett Smith to a Lieutenant in the Nava Reserves. Naval Air Service reported for active duly at the Naval Air Slalion, Dallas, April 15. Ensign Tedder is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tedder. Pvl. Lloyd T. Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hicks of McCaskill, was Iransfered Ihis week to the Amarillo, Texas Army Air Field lo receive mechanical training in one of the newest schools in Ihe Army Air Forces Technical Training Command. Ensign Corley Tedder of Ihe The natives of Savo, one of the Solomon Islands, speak a peculiai tongue thought to bt a losl Melanesian dialect. • SERIAL STORY DARK JUNGLES BY JOHN C. FLEMING & LOIS EBY COPYRIGHT, 1943, NEA SERVICE. INC. RIALTO NOW James Cagney Mrs. Frank Rider Is Hostess to Christian Circle No. 1 Circle No. 1 of the Women's Council of the First Christian church met al the home of Mrs. Frank Rider Monday afternoon. The business period was presided over by Mrs. Ted Jones. Mrs. M. W. Baggelt gave the inspiring devotional. A program on giviug hidden answers lo interesting articles from "The World Call" was presented by Mrs. Walter Carter. Those taking part were Mrs. Tom Kinser, Mrs. Ted Jones, Mrs. T. Duke, Mrs. Alva Reynerson, and Mrs. Frank Rider. A delightful ice course was served at the conclusion of the program lo 13 members and one guest. in 1 'Captain of the Clouds' Also William Tracey in "Fall In" Friday - Saturday Range Busters Edith Thompson Class Meets at the Agee Home Wednesday Mrs. II. O. Kyler, Mrs. R. N. Mouser, and Mrs. C. M. Agce were hostesses to members of the Edith Thompson class of the First Methodist Sunday school at the home of Mrs. Agec lust evening. After a long business session with the president. Mrs. L. D. Springer, presiding, the hostesses served de licious refreshment. in "Rock River^ Renegades" Also MacDonald Casey Coming and Going Fred O. Ellis of the United Stales Air Corps Reserves stationed at Love Field, Dallas, Texas, will arrive tonight for a weekend visit vitli Mrs. Ellis and the W. K. Lem- cys. Mrs. Charles Haynes is in Cincinnati this week to attend the 52nd Congress of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs. Haynes is vice regent of the Arkansas Society, D. A. R. Miss Mable Smithy will spent the weekend in Shreveport with friends. in "Dr. Broadway" Firsl Sgt. Charles A. Andres of Dutch Harbor, Alaska and Mrs. Andres of Washington D. C. arc house guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Andres and other relatives and friends. Mrs. P. J. Holt will return today from Little Rock where she attended the state P. T. A. meeting as a delegate from the Hope chapter. Mrs. John Rowe and daughter, George Ann, of Monroe are visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Til 13 STORY t Allison Topping, •oclety Kir), In off lo Guatemala, to run her father'* chicle plnntn- 4Inn. Harry Kleldlnp, mining en- prlneer en route io the name land In »enre« of o qulckullver mine operated by the Quiche Indian trlhe. hoi tried ninny time* to rtlimundc her. A< Puerto Bnrrlon, Allison Introduce* Worry to Rr- nalilo. her fnther'ii nttorney. R«- nnldo also vrnrnn AllUon to torn bock—to no nvnll. IJiirry accom- pnnlei thrm on the nrduou* mule- Imck trek throiiKh the Jungle to the plnntntlon. llrnnldo'o eulde U to KI> on with him into Quiche territory. * * * LURKING DEATH CHAPTER X TfOR six days the tortuous trek A continued through the rain- drenched jungle. Six days of heat of aching from the long hours in the saddle, of fighting off the hordes of voracious insects. Even Barry, who had a natural affinity for Ihe Iropics, felt the gruellin strain of the continued discom fort. His anxiety for the stubborn girl riding before him mounted. As they reached the chicle estancia they were using for the night and Allison almost fell from her saddle, anger at Renaldo rose in him. He waited till the servants had cleared the small thatched hut and she was lying in her mosquito tent. Then he searched out the Spaniard. Renaldo was in the clearing beside the hut overseeing the unloading of the mules for the night. The flickering light of the small campfire illumined his tall erect figure, threw dancing shadows across his narrow, handsome face as he called orders to Jose and the Indian servants. Barry went close to the fire for protection against the buzzing insects. "Is the trip worse than usual?" he asked Renaldo. "About the same." Renaldo went on untying ropes lashed about the donkey's head. Barry's anger exploded. "Then why in hell did you let her come?" Renaldo turned darkly amused eyes on Barry, and shrugged. "You tried to stop her, too, did you not, Mr. Fielding?" Barry glowered at him. "If I had known it was going to be a murderous trek like this," he said bitterly, "I'd have stopped her if I'd had lo use brass knuckles for argumenls. How much longer is il?" "We ought to be al the head cstancia by mid-afternoon tomorrow." the Spaniard murmured im- perlurbably. "I don't believe she'll stand it till then." * * * "DENALDO did not answer at **• once. He waved a graceful hand toward the unloaded group of pack mules now being rubbed down by the Indian boys, "They are using a mixture of I a hard bit of soto, and murmur affectionate words of praise, bne and and water," he told Barry. 'It is to scrape off the big red and black ticks that bedevil the poor creatures." He crossed to superintend the raking of ramona leaves for the mules' feeding. When he finally returned, there was a strange glimmer of a smile would stick it oul, he thought with reluctant admiration, just as Renaldo had predicted. When at last Renaldo turned in his saddle and called back, "Another hour will see us at home! Barry could scarcely believe it. Gulfport Girl Wins Oratorcial Contest Little Rock, April 15 (IP) — A\ss Mary Brash, Gulfport, Miss., ill represent the Arkansas - Misouri - Louisiana - Miiippi re- ion tomorrow in the American ,egion' sectional oratorcial con est at Jackson, Msis. Mis Bran won the regional title ...»re yeterday, defeating Miss Jane Stallings, Alma, Ark.; Jimmy Sonnelte, Natchiloches, La., and Ed Kealh, Clayton, Mo., champions f their respective stales. POSITIVELY NO FISHING AT The Pines this year. Mrs. W. M. Ramsey. 14 ' 3t P Lost SATURDAY IN HOPE, MEN'S Schacffer fountain pen. Black with gold band. Reward. Flor once Davis. Phone 588-J. 1002 East 3rd. 15-3tcl WE DELIVER We pick up and deliver I a u nd ry and dry cleaning. 2-day service. Telephone 148 Cook's White Star Laundry & Dry Cleaners Classified Ads must be in office day before publication. All Wanl Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phone. One time—2c word, minimum 30c Six times—Sc word, minimum 75e Three times—31/jc word, minimum 50c One month—IBc word, minmium 52.70 Rates are for continuous insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." THE TWO BEST BUYS OF THE SEASON hc sun™ ,, Barry scowled at him. do vou mean'" Thi S5i.n b.,, d,,..,r.d Juba s What mules seemed . was about over ' ••Jere Topping » Renaldo moved with a quickened tempo murmured, the glint of humor Allison turned slowly and looked deepening in his eyes. "He was back al Barry. Theie was a dazed frail, too, but he went through look on her damp, wl «te petal more than six natives could en- face, and ^e formed the words dure. She will finish the trip. I with difficulty but with a quaver only hope it will prove sufficiently ing note of mirth. " e For Rent CLOSE-IN. SOUTH SIDE MOD- ern duplex. Unfurnished. Automatic hot water healer. Privale entrances. See Tom Carrel. 2-11 uncomfortable so that she will return immediately to the coast." In. sudden, blind rage, Barry Did you see Cnssidj s em a when Renaldo sald 1'°™;?™ should feel him. Hes quiveung swung on him. Renaldo staggered all over." marr h tor back under the blow's impact. "He's made a stout march lor But as Barry moved in for battle, a homebody," Barry gunin :d. ^ He his arms were suddenly pinioned could see the mule shaking now to his sides by the iron grip of It look sidewise . ™ncing steps Jose. As he struggled to free him- back toward one side of the trail, self from the giant muleteer, Re- Sudden apprehension clutched naldo stepped close. There was no Barry. He dug spurs in o his own anger or resentment on his face, animal and started foiwaid, ca "I do not wish to fight you, Mr. ing, "Something's there! and pull- Fielding," he said in quiet, con- ing at the flashlight m his pocket versational tones. "It is not good Even as he rode fo ward the for the natives to see white men slender writhing form slid upwaia bickering among themselves. Re- through the air m the aic of light lease him, Jose." As the muleteer toward ils prey! dropped his huge arms, Renaldo As Allison's shrill scream echoed added, "Please know I am also through the dark fastness of the trying lo do what is best for Miss jungle, the cold horror of a night- Topping. It is only to my best mare gripped Barry. His gun and interests. After all, she is my em- Renaldo's spoke almost tpgethei. TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Private entrance. Also front bedroom. 218 West Ave. C. Phone 870-W. 13-3tpd MY FOUR ROOM HOUSE AND 10 acres. Plenty of water and shade. Just off old Fulton highway. Mrs. W. A. Price. 15-3tpd CLOSE-IN. NICELY FURNISHED small apartment. Beauty rest mattress, continuous hot water. Utilities paid. Private entrance. See Mrs. Tom Carrel. 15-... tch ployer." . The snake lay writhing its lasi in (he ooze o£ the trail. But Barry B ARRY was forced to admit as knew it had been too late. lon reached the girl's 6 ides asRe HG .AV4.V A. *Vt*J J-u* VN-U w« v* »•••-• -- t . _ - the mule train sloshed along reached the girls side as the next afternoon that Renaldo came up. His arm jeikeo. was right. Though he had carried with the flashlight. Renaldo tore Allison to her mule that morning, it from him and swept the light looking too white and sick to sit over Alton's body with tooiTOgii upright, she had stuck it out hour speed. Then slovly he mo%ed « after hour through the fetid heat down over the iiont flank or tne of the day, swaying drunkenly in animal. brusaue- Ihe saddle but refusing to stop. "Take her oO 1 e sa,d bi usque^ Only once did she come out of ly. ThankGod - «« mule p.t it her sick stupor to notice what was going on. "Won't it ever slop raining she asked, bitterly. Renaldo replied quietly, "Tl is called the 'rain forest. 1 There His command was none too soon Allison was scarcely off when the small animal toppled into the mud. "Cassidy!" Allison screamed. Can't you help him, Renaldo?' ' There is nothing that can be is called te an ores. ere probably is more rainfall around done," Renaldo sad .stead J ns here than any other spot in the loo mdicu,ted he_,, fo»« °'* the zapote "Thanks!" Her voice was a ^ muffled half scream, half sob. mit— Barry thought for a minute she Allis ^ had broken. But her sobs dwin- Renaldo s died out wearily and her small Spaniard said That is a bushmaster. In minutes Cassidy will be his size. If you will per- Allison nodded, bhc shot a * body in the torn and muddy white suit continued to stay comparatively upright on the muscular litlle mule as it sloshed along the slippery trail. He could see her pat the animal's shaggy neck after holslered his gun, lically at the cstancia. as h We are prac We wil fainted in Barry's arms Be Continued) FDR MINOR BURNS CUTS AMOROLINE i^\ PETROLEUM JELLY @ STORE I —Clean Clothes Only! You take a chance with moths when you pack away s o i led clothes. Send them to Hall Bros, first. They'll remove every trace of dirt. A Trial Will Prove It. HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters Phone 385 War Bonds and Stamps and Manhattan Shirts We modestly admit that War Bonds and Stamps place first on the list of quality "buys"-but Manhattan shirts aren't far behind! See them today and admire their precision tailoring and durable quality - New patterns for Spring. Sizes 14-17. Sleeve lengths 32 to 35. 2.25 to 2.95 MANHATTAN $1.00 HOPE'S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE Chas. A. Haynes Co, ON MAIN

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