'*: "Tuesday, February 9, 1954 HOP I Sf A ft, 'HO Pi, ARKANSAS TV Seen Threat to Country Fair LtTTLE ROCK (ff>i — Television s<x-n today ns a threat to the Wild rxunty fair, once the top en- tcrlaininon feature of. the year in c' f-fctions of Arkansas. eft PRESCOTT NEWS ciicjijfi et a pane! discussion st tne seventh annual convention oi Ihf: Arkansas Fair Managers Association lv.:re. Sci rctary-Mana- ger CVyc'.e T .'yr'! of tho State Live- sloe.'; Show saki: "You may us ivcll realize peopl'.' who have television Wednesday, February 10 Members of the First Methodist Church will have Family Night on Wednesday evening at the church. The choir of the Presbyterian Church will practice on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. and sec the to paltraelJons of Die nation V'ight In their livinp rooms are not cumins to your fair and put up wit 1) Eomethini; Mediocre. -."They're being educated to classy entertainment and they're going _ to expect H al ;,i>m fair ..." Onachila Coi'nly Judge M. C. Reynolds of Camden, president of the i-'.-.ir Man;; said iii.s county that ! The Deacons of the Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock for the monthly meeting. Thursday, February 11 The Parent Teachers Association will meet on, Thursday afternoon at the Park Elementary School. Association, was planning TV challenge by pro- to niaci. vidin.-; "mt>ru ad-active programs Wind planning more advertising." 11'jy;u<!ds exnivssod belief that a bu.sine.ss siumn \voukl hurt his fair nioro than TV. Amotis; U. - S. families with incomes of more than $7,500 a year, rtbout 70 per cent own their own homes. The Annual quct sponsored Sweetheart by the First Ban- Bap list Church will be held on Thursday .evening at 15:30 at the Hotel Lawson. Tickets are on sale at $1.00 each. Contact Mrs. Rusker W. Murry, Betty Wilson and Miss j Margaret Leccc Phillips. All young people are invited to attend. W. C. T. U. Has February Meeting The February meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held on Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. D. S. Jordan. Assisting hostesses oductory Offer Introducing Susan Lane Hosiery 60 Ga. 15 Denier Reg. 1.15 Offer good Wednesday and Thursday. These pretty, popular price hose will be in our stock every day at $1.15 pair. Buy now during Dollar Day at a saving- ' .Hi: I were Mrs. C. A. Wynn and Mrs. 'Paul Koslosky. The rooms were decorated with seasonal flowers placed at points of vantage. Mrs. J. T. McRae, president, presided. Mrs. Theo Elgin led in prayer. The minutes of the January meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Burke Shelton. The treasurer, Mrs. Jordan gave a financial' report. After the business session tho program leader, Mrs. H. E. Dorris gave the devotional talk based on Daniel 3-10:18. In observance of Frances E. Williard Day, first president of National W. C. T. U,, Mrs. Thell Manning gave a sketch of her life. Mrs. John Paul Jones read an article on "What Do Our White Ribbon Dollars Do?" Mrs. S. O Logan gave an editorial on "The Power Of Your Letter' 1 from the Union Signal that was taken from the Free Methodist paper. Mrs. Logan called attention to the number of papers and magazines that refuse liquor advertising. A dessert course in the Valentine motif was served to twenty two members and two guests. ter a visit here and in Texarkana where she was at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Charles Thomas, who is recovering from major surgery at St. Michaels Hospital Texarkana. Prcscott friends' will .regret to learn of the death of Emmett Pratt Jr., who died from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Houston, Texas. His mother was the former Miss Elizabeth Birdlcman of Prescott. Roosevelt Goes East Unexpectedly with wholesale aduliry planned to (ty to New York today (or a LOS ANGELES. temporary suppoH for herself and the three Rosevelt children, The hearing was continued after —.lames Roo st-vclt, warrint; with T .his wife in a separate maintenance luesda - v battle inwhicha she charged him I . . illc "earing was continued alter Roosevelt cnncelled a speaking Mrs. Roosevelt testified her month* ipuement a-H said he was "cal- ly expenses Included $500 foiled East.", but gave ho reason,household help. ?2^0 for music and foi his trip. . I 'swimming lesson for the children Trans Woild Airlines said he wis $'30 for musical instruments, $175 np scheduled to arrive at New York's' 1 " 1 ' 00 for thpir pnvate schools U .V, 'Tdlewild Aiipor* at 8 a. m. (ESTi, $10 ° for "educational play equip- Gasoline Price WarVisibned line is bein? produced al the same rate as curing last summer's motoring season, althougn nicnf Samuel B. Picone, Roosevelt's . lawyer, siad he was not told of Roosevelt's trip or his plans in the Eastern city. 'Wo haven't each oth-ir since Friday. We 've been avoid- for th." children, and $50 cleaning Mrs. Roosevelt said through her attorney, Arthur SchifferMan, that her husband had $2.000,000 in assets. Roosevelt replied he Was $28,000 in deb 1 ., lipping the figure Lions Hear Talk On Tuberculosis At the regular luncheon meeting of the Prescott Lions Club held on Thursday at the Broadway Hotel, Miss Frederica Moberg reviewed the book "Hubcr The Tuber." Miss Mary Jcwelle Herring gave an informative talk on "Tuberculosis." • . • .- TULSA, Okla (UP) — The Oil nncl storage supplies ere a record and Gas Journal predicted today Mgh- that a general price \var in gasoline! The magazine predicted that it may occur this spring if refinery.this situation 'continues, gasoline supplies . continue increasing at ' ' "" the present rapid rate. Th.j oil trade journal said gaso- HIVM s motoring season, aitnougn since xrmsy. we ve oecn avoid- , ,, : «Vo n'niv. i. I. B .~ consumption is 12 per cent lower I ing each other." the attorney *aid l0 .. aWHI ., •-' 78 -" no at the hearing, and storage suniilies r.ro » r^nt-H ••*<•*.,, « .™«j ,1, -» ~u*_.. whicn w111 resume Ftb. 15. 'stocks will total IRC.000,000 bar- "After a solid wtek confer- cnccs, we decided to give each other a rest." The conferences culminated Mrs. Roosevelt said, she could not manage on the $900 a month she now gets from her husband. in! In ner separate maintenance LUU luiiiL-ieiiurs tujuuntueu ui m ncr separate maintenance rT"i" ;;"",,""" —«,""" ^«.- «. Pasadena Stmerioi court hear- suit show nameed thre women as roJs bv the time the motoring sea-1 ing Friday on Mrs. RoYnelle Roose- correspondents and included a let™n s'.arts April 1. I veil's request ter $3,600 monthly I tor Roosevelt signed In 1&45 in 2:45 ,3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:30 4:45 5:00 6:00 6:30 8:45 7iOO 7:30 8:00 fl:30 9:00 Chicago Wrestling' 10.-00 ffews Headlines 10:63 Channel 6 theatte 11:05 Sign Off ., - -iv. . Western Theatre Bandstand Edwards & Everttog News Arthur Godfrey To Be annmhie Strike It Rictt CSS I've Got A which l»e admltied nine other Women. ed the misconduet "and wrote the letter, but said 'blaikmailed" JiHo sfgnirtg Practical Nurses Have Meeting The Prescott Division of Practical Nurses met on Thursday eV«:n- ing at Buchanan Clinic for the mon IhJy business meeting ivith Mrs. Mae Alsobrook hostess. The president, Mrs. Tommy Horn presided. Reports were heard and several important items were discussed. At the close of the meeting delectable refreshments were served by the hostess. , Mrs. Harold Lewis was the Thursday guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Reed and family in Gurdon. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Hamilton arc spending several days in. New York Mrs. Robert Maxwell returned to her home in Texarkana on Saturday after - spending several days wiih her mo_thiyy--^fffe. W-L'O. Hays andjSistej:. MKi. ^ob Arnett and family.; *> '"','', '"''' "' •J'-;^'*••••'•'•-*••' r;,-?;- '• Mrs. John Au^Davis was the Friday guest of haw/sister, Mrs. John P. Cox in Hope. Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton has been the guezt of her mother, Mrs. G. R. Haynic in Camden. D. K. Bemis, J. R. Bemis iand T. R. Moberg attended the Ozark Section Forestry meeting in Little Rock on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mr. Moberg and D. K. Bemis took part on the panel discussion. J. R. Bemis was the banquet speaker. Ralph Hardey Carrington is attending Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia this semester. Miss Ida Rae Hamilton >has resumed her studies al Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia after a weekend visit with rela lives. Mrs. Charles Wade has returned to her home in Little Rock af- Specials for Wednesday & Thursday One big rack of these dresses in taffetas, failes and rayons. Values to $6.9$. For Dollar Days Dress Pants Rayon gabardine pants in solids and pin stripes. Sizes 29 to 42. Values to $6.98. For Dollar Days .00 Boys'Flannel Shirts I Plaid flannel sport shirts in sizes 3 to 20. Values to $1.98. For Dollar Days 00 Spring Materials New spring charnbray, Putcher Unen, 80 square prints, brood- cloth, gingham. For Dollar Days. 3 yds. $1.00 f w-^-w^^n^nF^^B p "KWSWWULWJ'U-^WIIHIIBUIHIH iw^K Jtl^'VU' IMP'WWPJHB^PW^PPIWIPWIPI HAN'S HOPl'5 PJUJRNDI.Y 5TORI '•iKi'^V^^K.'i-^'<• '../', s 1 '«.'( U ' i, t W'4/l SIGN OF PROGRESS Mobi ACCESSIBILITY. New and remodeled stations are built on an open plan with the building set well back. This makes entry and exit far easier, especially at busy corner locations. ' QUICK SERVICE. Pump islands are set out in the open' so you can spot the right pump quickly and approach;it with ease. All of the products and equipment needed for speedy service are close at hand. : Building Q At th% Sign of Tfie Flying Red Horse • How to serve you better is always our biggest lem. Stations that look almost identical are .remarkably 1 *-^l * i v > ^^ * ^iTft- jity t»» p different in their ability to serve. At, some stations, it$*>*^> hard to reach the right pump, and proper seryicing'seem? **'' *" to take far too much time "and effort. At others/you glic\e *"»^ in easily, the whole operation goes smoothly and ,—--'-*"• and you drive on your way again,,% smiling. lC<M v^' >* MODERN EQUIPMENT. From air hose towers to lubricating lift?. Mobilgas.stations are getting the very latest in equipment, assuring you of faster, pleasanter service at the Sign of the Flying Red Horse. TESTS CONTINUE. As the Magnolia-Southwest continues to grow, new service problems arise. Industrial areas, housing developments, expressways, divided highways alt present problems, and Magnolia's planning and testing continues, so that tomorrow's service may be even better. ' >-. *v iV= v The difference is in design, An4 good_design dQ^in^ 5 . ;* J J$ j r | just happen. By study and planning we try to anticipatys^' $$^ your service problems and solve them years before yp ; u ^y^t, drive up to the pump. , , s \ '•".'- ?fpi'£ During the past few years, quiet planning ^nd <?ar^« \ %\jfijy ful testing have 'given us the answers to jiiost oi yojijp"- "*^^ service problems. Now as bur building program goes fojv- ^/|4f ward, new and remodeled stations are benefiting ffiQIty ~ :;V^ii these test findings. And even in the stations tha,t show n^' , 7,|J obvious change, subtle improvements an$, new equjp''* '^ '>' ! ment are bringing even better service along'with top r ' '- *$>£ quality products. Pull into a Mobilgas Deader f tatioi) 304*,' £ . v * see..,each job goes a little smoother, and it tfikes bufeY f "H the briefest of pauses before you swing out easily•/«$» ' , v ^ your way again, . ,7 "iffi AGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO One of ths Flying Red Horse Companies !•* V -*£ it ' f ' ; . ', i-i.^t t'Jl ' H >'.'* '**? '>if "V^J t'^r^ll *«* J ^ t J Jl if¥i\'S 4 > iffP I. fgtest Yomr Ucsl Maanoli> Sign <?f the '
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