Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 22, 1943 · Page 6
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'V HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, April 12,1943 Values egetables, iits Raised Nothing's Surer Than Surah for Easter April 22 (£>}—Blue ; coupons will buy about twice nuch frozen fruits and vege- and canned nnd dehydrated starting tomorrow. Dr eyed peas will be ration-free, slash in the point values of goods was announced by the of Price Administration to at warm-weather spoilage , relieve a clogging of storage resulting from slow sales. [it was the second major change ,'coupon costs of ration fruits and egetables, and came as the OPA is considering an overhaul of of its meat points, including „. sstble reduction on luncheon and pother ham and an increae on beef Jialftburger. These meat changes, Iff made, probably will come at the fend of the month. of frozen foods received officials described as obvious , bargain," primarily to clear tcommercial refrigerator of the ants of last year's pack and • way for this year's when the fitfew crop come out, they are likely "K,be point-priced again at about ae old level. ! ie one-pound size of frozen fruit cut from 13 to 6 points, one- id package of frozen baked ns from 8 to 4 points, and the stomary 12 ounce size of other [frozen vegetables from a 6-10 point ange to a flat rate of 4 point. jrThe customary 10 1-2 ounce can £ v tomato soup was cut from 6 tt.3 points and other canned soups Erom 6 to 4 points. For dry or de- ited soups, the new values are f a fourm of what they started to be when processed food rationing began March 1. The point „ Were cut in half March 29, and !jaifain approximately in half, effec- i.ltve tomorrow. The 2 1-2 ounce ^package will take a single point. I Next month's blue coupons, which Hare G, H and J, may be used start; Saturday Thus, during the last ek of the month, both April and *May stamps will be usable simul- i£ Il'taneously. f -f J Dltnbution of War Ration Book j-No. 3 — to be used s a replace- for Books No. 1 and 2 —will mail instead of school house Price Adminitrator Prentiss M. Brown announced yes- ;,1erday. ^Application blanks are to be left fafmail boxes between May 20 ad June 5 and mailing of the new •books is expected to be completed by the end of July. f2; Brown, emphasizing that the -book is to be simply a replace- Snent said many rumors may arise fliat OPA is preparing to ration ad- (J-'ditional item and added: 'I wish to warn the public in ad- '-vance. These rumors will have no .foundation m fact and those who ;V[re stimulated into panic buying by 'believing such reports will be foolishly doing just what our enemie us to do. If the war make aiiy more rationing necessary "^sometime in the future you will be notified officially by your govern- 1 it. In the meanwhile, step on iors hard." jRosston Also Plans Special Easter Service *• < A special Easter Sunrise Service 'ftas been planned for Rosston Bap- ,tist Church, Nevada County. ;'''Eld. D. O. Silvey of Hope will be "•the guest speaker and Mr. Denton ,'iPerry of Waldo will lead the con' gregational singing. There will also ^be some special numbers in song. i The service will be held out of J'doors near the School Building be- 'ginning around 6:30. The public Kf is invited especially nearby com- ^'mumties. Eld. Elbert O'Steen of ^Spring Hill is paster of the Rosston Tills Easier (and future special occasion) dress of cver-fashion- »ble navy rayon sheer crepe features saw-tooth detail trim on the V r -neck' and in three-tiered effect an the skirt. Flowered white hat nd accessories give it dash. Deigned by Molly ratals. By ROSELLEN CALLAHAN NEA Staff Writer Pretty prints and striped surahs head this year's Easter pnrade of frocks, which are at once frankly practical and daintily feminine. And because so many of this spring's styles lire made of materials which look right the year round, they'll fit into your wartime wardrobe perfectly. Surah steals the spotlight as far as fabric goes. That sturdy, noncrushablc cravut fabric makes stunning dresses as well as costume suits, especially in the small checked and widely spaced striped patterns. Pique touches, which give them a cool-as-a-cucmbcr look now, are easily interchangeable with velvet trimmings for fall. Spaced prints, top favorites this season, are as colorful nnd amusing as a Sunday comic strip. One especially engaging print afternoon frock with square-cut neckline and short, caught-up sleeves, displays impish white poodles holding yellow derbies in their mouths against a black ground. A tulle-trimmed yellow felt derby hat, exectly like the one in the print, was shown with it. Another all-over floral print uses a crossed stole effect at the bodice front to mold the figure to perfection. And for the active, busy women who want to make a quick change from uniform or office clothes into somthing suitable for a 5 o'clock date, there are timesaving wrap-around and tie-on styles, which neither muss your make-up nor ruffle your hair-do. But if your budget permits only one new dress, buy a basic model in navy blue or black crepe. With a few changes of accessories it will take you through the day early morning till midnight, from season to season. Special Program at Methodist Church The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered at the First Methodist Church continuously from 7:30 o'clock to 8:30 o'clock Thursday evening. Communicants are asked, to hesitate only briefly for meditation and prayer. All are free to leave us soon as they have been served. The offering received will be used for the religious life of our men ir service and will provide Christian Literature and equipment for them Today in Congress By The Associated Press Senate Senator Wheeler (D-Mont.1 calls for vote on draft deferment of fathers. Interstate Commerce committee considers 120 - day extension of Guffcy Coal Act. House Routine session. Military Affairs committee studies manpower legislation. Ways and Means committee weighs renewal of administration's reciprocal trade authority. LEND-LEASE SAILINGS (Year Ending Oct. 31,1942) This is n yenr's ship sailings with leml-lease supplies, as revealed by Admiral Emory Land, maritime commission chief, Who ndded that not every vessel that sailed reached its destination. China hopes that by October, 1943, more shipments of lend-lcase aid " will be headed her way. Deaths Last Night By The Associated Pr«ss Charles C. WMloughby Walcrtown, Muss., April 22 —(At —Charles C. Wllloughby, 85, out standing nnthropoligisl nnd director-emeritus ot the Peabody Museum nt Harvard University since 1928, died last night. He was a native of Winehcmlon, Muss. Alfred Henry Hall Hollywood, April 22 —(/I*)— Alfred Henry Hull, 03, veteran IJroadwny stage actor nnd in movie character' roles for 15 years, died last night. from and ^Spring Hill Man on State Welfare Board ,'\John G. Pipkin, State Welfare " Commissioner, today listed appoint- !.ments to the welfare board. Hugh arner of Spring Hill was named J|ii Hempstead county. Diagonal checks and floral prints will t'lare Easter parade honors this year. These two, designed by Molly Parnis, arc suitable for any oorasion from morning to midnight. The soft shirtwaist dress at tl-c left is of a diagonal black ami white chec'.t rayon • surah spiked with shining whits trim. The multi-color anil white, floral rayon crepe dress on the right has a self-fabric r'rovied t-'oV at the bodier- front. STORE —Clean Clothes Only! You take a chance with moths when you pack away soiled clothes. Send them to Hall Bros. first. They'll remove every trace of dirt. A Tripl Will Prove It. HALL BROS, Cleaners & Hatters Phone 385 Flash es o f Lift By The Associated press Birthday Present Fort Jackson, S. C. — Hillei- bought a $1,000 war bond £or Hitler's birthday. The war bond belongs to Capt. Paul Hitler of Brooklyn, N. Y., for 31 years a member of Uncle Sam's fighting forces — a birthday gift to Adolf Hitler. De"tal Operation New York — When Mrs. William Shaw of Staten Island got her finger caught in the spout of a can o£ wax her family called the police. But the police using a gadget called a "ring cutter," couldn't split the spout. Dr. Joseph Diamond, a physician, was called, and he in turn, consulted his brother. Dr. Benjamin Diamond, a dentist. The dentist suggested using a diamond dice designed for grinding teeth. It worked. Continued Story Pasadena, Calif. — Mclvin Alexander, a visitor from Amarillo, Tex., saw the Texas float in the 1986 Tournament of Roses parade and decided instantly "that girl's a beauty." Yesterday Lieutenant Alexander of the Army rolled up to the marriage license bureau in a jeep and applied for a license to wed the parade beauty, Miss Madeline Taylor Hollingsworlh of Pasadena. He met her six months ago in an Army hospital where she was employed. Hay Substitute Jerseyville, 111. — Frank Sayer says his race horse, Peter Guy, is a tobacco chewer and apparently enjoy the uromu of tobacco smoke. Peter Guy, a trotter with a 2:15 mile to his credit, likes any size plug o£ tobacco, Sayer explains. He'll roll the cud in his jaws com- plecently 10 or 15 minutes and then swallow the "chew." Our Younger Generation Sayer says thut when Trainer Denver — Commando John Arm- j Charlie O'Donnel puffs smoke into Peter Guy's nostrils, he ''jut lays back, rolls his eye.s and inhales the beck, 9, place'd a mattress on top of a downtown garage, climbed to the roof of a business building nearby, took a long run and jumped into space. Hurtling 30 feet, he missed the mattress, hit the garage roof and caromed off another 15 feet to the alley pavement. Physicians treated him for a slight head injury. smoke with real delight." ••- --•««••«••— • A large part of the Nova Scotia catch of tuna fish is marketed in the United Slates. aster a Curlee Suits for EASTER 100% Wool Summerset (Two pair panls) 32.50 Summerhaven (Two pair pants) 29.85 Sewell Suits » Wool 19.85 Men's Slack Suits New Rayon Twills, Solid Colors or Two - Tones, .Priced 4.98 - 5.98 6.98 son's New Easter Frocks Nelly Don, Gay Gibson, Prima Donna and College Campus. In Juniors and Regular Sizes, Priced at 3.98 to 16.75 Ladies' & Misses Hats Priced 1.98 - 2.98 Hats by Knox, Priced 7.98 to 10.98 Moke Your Own for Easter Beautiful Crepes, Bcmbcrgs, Cham- brays, Piques, Ginghams, Seer- suckers and Cotton Sheers — All Priced to Fit Your Budget. GLOVES for EASTER Stetsons in Reds, Greens, Browns and Beige. 1.49 to 2.98 EASTER Patents PURSES 2,98 to 7.98 •A-'SKW-XWCTVrtwawwVW AN "AIRMAN'S" THE THING FOR EASTER GIFTS! An AIRMAN means comfortable smartness • Fine fabrics • Figure-fit- Style-cut collars* Guaranteed not to shrink below correct size, See our wide selection. 1.65 and 1.95 SHIKTCRAFT^ V AIRMAN\ SHIRTS \y Sport Shirts In Broadcloth and Ray- ons, Priced 1.59-1.65 1.95 The Very Ncv/est tions in Ties. 55c and John Barry was the first corn- Imodore of the United Slates navy. Men's Spring Hats By Rothschild Handsome Assortment* 3.98 Wright Mirakal 5.00 Wright Air-Flow 5.98 Sport Coats In Checks and Solids, Priced 12.50 We Give Eagle Stamps Munsing and Lorraine Gowns Rayon or Batiste 1.98 Pajamas 1.98 There is plenty of "buzzing" over the keen, casual type shoes now on display in our store. Styled entirely right and built lor longer service. Stop in and try on a pail today. You'll be delighted with the smart styling of these Red Goose shoes. RAYONS FOR SPRING! 98c Leg. flattery galore in these smooth rayon stockings! Sleek- fitting — ankle-hugging . . . Scoop up several pairs of these lovelies for Spring. Allow 36 hours drying for longer wear. i Connie (blue) 5.00 Paris Fashion 3.98 O O O O O Blues and Blacks for Easter The Leading Department Store Geo. W. Robison Hope Nashville

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