Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 10, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 10, 1954
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"Creep ifi the Heart of tt,y favorite living V/fth a 1 Jcrge sense ot i -hfe take? a wry View of his left'tOwrt four years ago iftber- of reasons. For one HOPE STAR, MOM, AftKANtAS Wedne*efay, the film business was iti & slump- Alfa, he nacl long wanted to ate up his own film team to make r.iovics out couldn't manage to do it here. But n-ost of all he Wanted to «jsC".pe being a Peter Lorrc tvpc, ,'I don't want to bore.ydii with that Moiy," the cclor said kindly. "Surely you mi'st be fed up with actor-* telling yoj how they want to eicppe playing a certain lype. It is ihe most banal of interviews. "But alas, U was true in my case. I couldn't play anything but Peter Lorrc cliaracler, J. didn't tare for that. If I wanted to remain cine character, 1 could still i>c playing Mi 1 . Moto In J938, I made nine of the Mr. Moto pictures in on» year : Th» studio 20th Century-Fox would have loved to have mo continue, but just couldn't sec it" Haviffi • started as a killer in M," Peter raUitned to menace. Starting with ''Maltese Falcon," he teamed in several pictures with the late Sunday Greenstreet. The! trsc- get W&F (jenataUy Humphry Bo- gaft. Lor-e became P great Jtavorite, particularly with ni«ht club, imi- Survivors tell of Cold, Snowy Wa ANCHORAGE. Alaska, f*l— What is It ilkfr to bj hurlc'd into space and 'marooned on thesnow y wastes of Alaska Six airmen who wore catapulted into 1V_- air last Friday when an Air Force C47 ' 'disintegrated" in flight, (old last night of their ex perience. They were. among 16 men on the plane, f'earchori havC found the b'ldit-s of thi"*e men .Seven were still missing and liopcc they would PRESCOTT N1WS Wednesday, February 10 Merrtbers 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. The Deacons of Ih Presbyterian Church will Meet Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock for the monthly meeting. Inters. Mis European .imint helped him became the pigeonhole. Hollywood had Ftuck him into He realized his ambition of selling up his own production team arid made "Tho Lost One 1 ' in Gfi-m'p.ny. It has already won a number at international awards t Thursday, February 11 The Parent Teachers Association will observe Founders' Day on Thursday 'afternoon at the Park ! Elementary School. .Ji r He made a couple of films in _">'$, Liquid-lite keeps walls, vooJtJworJf/ and cabinets in your Itefifen and bathroom glistening ^.IrhtfeV Made ( with exclusive Alki- fl'The'frn/ it 'stays white. Easy to use. I Brush marks. One coat covers. $2.45 quart pj 1 T r OP'a,UMl,TY SINCH i Jt •? 1 ^i 1875 GRIGG'S Decorafor^ Supply 109 S, Main Phone 7-3445 and then teamed up with his old "Maltose Falcon" pals Bogart and John ITuston, in "Bent the ,Ecvil," Which \vi>s filmed in Italy. "That one w«s a healthy departure from my Hollywood roles," hi; commented, pkUuv;. I'm 'and so is my next yoing tr.' do "20,00!j Under the Sea' for Wall Disney, and the role is not a heavy at all.' He -vill probably po to Nassau for locations on that one and then may return horc >for another film with Bogart "Angels Cooking." That's Parcmoi'ht's version of the Broadivny bit "My Thrc Angels." After that he'may return to Europe for nnolhM.fi.'m with his own team. But he einphnsi/ed thatHol- ly'woo <J will remain his home base. ; -"These days and actor can't remain anywhere for any length of. time." ;he remarked." I intend to keep my home- here. I'v missed California. When you've been gone so long you realize this is. the best place in the world to live. Get fast, soothing reSisf with! The Annual Sweetheart Banquet sponsored by the First Baptist Church will be held on Thursday "evening nt 6:30 at the Hotel. Lawson. Tickets arc now on sale at $1.00 each.Contact Mrs. Rusket W. Murry, Miss Betty Wilson or Miss Margaret Lecce Phillips. AH young people are Invited to attend. Letter Carries Auxiliary Meets The monthly mooting of the Let- be found aliv wore 'very dim. Amc'np the missing were Lt. Col. W. Wosl-Walscn of the British Joint Military Sot-vices Mission on the U S. Army staff at Washington D. C. and Capt. James Hill of the Army field forces at Ft. Benninu, Ga. A ground party which battled deep .snow 15 miles to the scene of the crash ironi the litle. town of CuiTj', 75 miles northeast of here, last nijrht reported it had found three bodies. Tho six resc'ieri men talked freely with newsmen at nearby Elmiv dorf"Ah 1 Force. Base. They were hospitalized at the 50t)5th Air .Force Hospital at Elrncndor/ after being flown to safety. All six were suffering exposure, shock and vati'ous cuts and bruises. ' None of them could explain tljp accident, which happened flight from Elmendorf to on a Lack! AFB, Fairbanks. 275 miles to the northeast. •But to all said the first indication ot trouble was a terrific down draft ( hat tossed • the plane as if it was a feather. Two said they heard nn explosion afterward. Iff ^i.-A 10 to 25 More Horsepower from new CMC's high-compression engine than ANY other standard light-duty six—oufpowers some trucks twice its steel Future-Styled with passenger-car smartness tot prideful ownership ^TrucK Hydra-Matic Drive* for wonderful ease of handling, lower vehicle maintenance, longer life and reduced fuel costs • Op/lttial at >xtra mil !f^;> Driver Comfort Unsurpassed in twp-toned interiors, three passenger HYURA-MATIC Come'fo and drive tt •WH.*i '*>' " C?'^-* 5 '<. ' Wi-- HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO. 319 S, Walnut m « wed ttwk w'rt y«W ffiA'S 1 ****** >•> tcr Carriers Auxiliary was held on Thursday . afternoon in the home of Mrs. LoyCe Anderson. The president, Mrs. Morris Loo. presided. A financial report was given by the treasurer, Mrs. Reece McDougald. . Several important subjects Were discussed after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Phoebe Johnson Celebrates Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johnson entertained with a parly for Iheir daughter, Phoebe on her fifth birthday anniversary on Friday afternoon at their home. The decorations carried out thr Valentine motif. The dining table overlaid with a lace cloth Was centered with a styrofoam Valentine outlined with red hearts and cen- lercd with red and white flowers Red and white glowing tapers flanked the arrangement. After the gifts were opened, games were played. The guests were served the white birthday cake decorated in yellow flowers, ice cream, candy hearts and bubble gum. Favors were balls. Those present included, Frank Anderson, Marita Jane Bcmis, Joan Bratlon, Janet Bright, Caroline Haltom, James Wylie Duke, Mary Jane Ersldne, Kenny Formby, Anna Gordon, Gail Graham, T,arry Jameson, Walter Nelson, Margaret Dews, Sarah Margaret Purtley, John Reynolds, Glenda Roe, Bob Rouse, Gary Stewart, Susan Ward, and Terry Chappelle. Mrs. Johnson was assisted by Mrs. Dutchic Bright and Mrs. Bernis Chapcllc. ' . " "• •••• Mrs. Clifton Yancey Hostess To . W. M. U. Circle 4 Mrs. Clifton Yancey was hostess to Circle 4 of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. • Mrs. J. D. Hines presided in the absence of the chairman, Mrs. A. R. Underwood, and conducted the business following the opening prayer voiced by Mrs. Yancey. The study on "In Evaneelincs Country" was in charge o'f Miss Lillie Butcher. Mrs. Roy Loomis offered the closing prayer after which dainty refreshments in the Valentine motif were served by the hostess. Mrs. Horace Estcs of Gurdon was the Saturday guest of her mother, Mrs. S. H. McMahen. Mrs. L. C. Dill of Hot Springs was the Friday guest of her Mrs. Brad Hamilton. Mrs. Irene Graham of Tcxarkana has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graham and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Bcnnic Whitaker ot Lubbock, Texas are -the house guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whitaker Sr. Mrs. R. P. Hamby visited relatives -in Fulton Friday. Mrs. John Honca spent Friday in Tcxarkana with relatives. Mrs. Sam Grayson and Mrs. Bob Warnack of Magnolia were the E day guests of ;Mrs. J. C. Stcgar and M.rs. Fannie Newth. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Newth who will be their guest for ten days Friends of Brozie Haynie will regret' 1 that he is confined to his home with,a broken leg. Friends of N. A. Peters will bt» glad to,learn his condition is report cd satisfactory following major surgery: at St. Michalc's Hospital, Texarkana on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Pakis Jr., of Little Rock announce the arrl val of a son, Glpn Cole/man, at St. Vincents Infirmary oh February 7.,Mrs..Pakis is the former .Mary Jane Coleman,.daughter of Mr. and IVTr's. J. O. Coleman of Prescolt. Coffee Speculation to Be Probed By G. MILTON KELLY .WASHINGTON U 1 ) — Senators probed deeper today in an effort to find out whether speculation has had anything to do with the American consumer paying around a dqlla.' a pound f-ir coffee. Officials of the New York Coffee and, .Sugar Exchange were called for a second dav of cuostioning by embers of a special Senate Bank ing • Bobcommitec. Thj exchange now polices its own..trading operations, but . the Senate may aci Isiter, this week on a: bill to brinf* coffer;: trading under federal supervision. Passage of the bill was .blocked yesterday by a technical objection. However, Sen. Aiken (R-Vt), 'chairman of the Senate Agriculture.Committee, P rc- dictaci easy approval • when it is orouj?ht up agair. Arkonsan Optioned iQ Louisville BOSTON I/PI Outfielder 'Gene Stephens of Gravette, Ark., who hit .204 in 78 games with the JBos ton Hed So.v last year, was optioned to Louisville of the American Association yesterday. Ho w?,s the ffvsj; man cut off the Red Sox roster this year. The 2l-yeav old outiteldec finished the ieasou last yp>\r with Louisville, rutting .314 in 30 g^mes. The average Ajnevican us,t?s about 15 per ci-nt fevvej- white potatoes thiaa tpfpre ^jp4(J Wpll. , , Be Here Early! We'll Save You Money WEST BROS. ar Day Clearance STARTS THURSDAY, FEB. IHh 3 BIG DAYS —- THURS. - FRI. - SAT. ONE BIG RACK •ft These are in assorted sizes. Special for Dollar Days $3 MEN'S PANTS These are values up to $6.95. Special for Dollar Days . LOOK! SAVE! Chenille Spreads Full bed size spreads. Special for Dollar Days only EXTRA! SPECIAL! LADIES! NYLON HOSE These are 51 gauge, 15 denier nylon hose. Extra special for Dollar Days . . . , Pairs LADIES DRESS SHOES One full counter of these ladies dress shoes. Values up to $5.95. For Dollar Days . . . Shop and Save at WEST BROS. Boys! Don't Miss These Buys! RTS and PANTS These shirts and pants include values up to 1.98 Special for Dollar Days Each Men's Corduroy SHIRTS These shirts were regular $3.95 values . , EXTRA SPECIAL! 80 SQUARE DOMESTIC 5 yds. 1.00 (I COLORED SHEETS These are 81 x 108 second sheets. Real values. PILLOW CASES TO MATCH Days . . . Each W V pBB^Br Ml ^^^ • w^B^^^^^ Wh§r§ Yow rind Main ^ MantyJ

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