Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 12, 1954 · Page 2
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, Aft KANSAS Friday, February 12, 1954 Legal Ndffee \Ja! Mftfl e'Wetioft wilt tne tjtitllfled.. electors of fmtftad CouHty School Dis- 3 tit Herhpslcad County on March 20, between the a. «. and 6:30 p. will tfote a school tax mills to brrevferf fordtebi set- ice snd" general ftifld for the opern- ton of schools of said district and SB? . two board members to be >lected,,fois Post Nd. "| for a period M five jteflr* And Poll Mo, 2 for a jeMod A .two 1 years. # - pollirigf places In the district be , the same* as* heretofore E. ft, BrowH Secretary of School Board 'eb, 12, 19, Sunday School Lesson By William E. Olldoy, D. D., To know the Christ, to see the Messiah revealed in Jesus of Nazareth, should not be difficult j tha't they did not have. Thep saw Him with ' wonderment. They heard Him gladly; they observed the miracles but they did not always respond to His teaching. They 1 were amazed and impressed. but there was doiibt in their minds. There had been various false ones, siah. for Us. We have the acculated evei< dehce of the ,Nnw Testament Gospels and all the witnesses to the graciousness of His life, the richness and beauty of His teaching and the power of His salvation. We have the nccumunled evU those who first saw Mlrri and leard Him, when He Was here on earth, but we have advantages claiming to be the Mes- So they said, not with Christ," but with hopeful questioning, "Is not this the Christ?" So. we of today stand with all the evidences nnd assurances of the time and the ages. But for us, as for those who saw and heard with wonderment, the Christ does not come with His fulness unless we, too, MARKETS Doii't Miss This Offer Through on Uh'usuol purchase we were able to get •• * ^" d limited supply of DU PONT'S FINEST COTTON DUST .','",. 3-10-40 • We can offer-this for only lOc a pound for early sale. Get your orders in early as we have a lifrtited ; ^Upply, of tbjfcfflpon dust, Call or Write MID-SPUJH COTTON & SUPPLY ., 102 S. Walnut ' Phone 7-4 See Him with wonderment. The first essential for the ruin you! FIRE CAN RUIN YOU- and crumble your family se- turity—If you hove overlooked the Inflated values of everything you own. Take stops now fo fearn these values and protect your future from a ruinous fire by listing your possessions in file Central's convenient, '•FREE Household Inventory. " c/ui OR coMe IN FOR YOUR me copy l t " ( \ Mutual Insurance A'gency . . J BEN OWEN, Pr6s. 204 S. Main Phoiie 7-3301 * SAVE TO 40% • knowledge of the Christ is to know the Story of the earthly life of Jesus to walk with Him in Gallilee, Samerla and Jedea, to wander In the fields and villiages and byways as well as to journey to the fests Jerusalem and the Temple. An amazing thing about the Gospels is that they are always new. A sense of wonder is al ways in the reading, if not a new incentive and a touch of inspiration. It is as we read and know thp. Gospels that the truth and richness and the experience of all that follows becomes living — the letters of St. Paul, and ot Peter, James and John; the effect of the . Gospel upon disciples in a-pagan world, and .the revelation \bf .what. Christ has been to those who have known, loved and ' followed Him in . all the centuries of Christian faith. "To know the love of Christ, which pas'seth knowledge" CEphe St. OUfS LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, til. W) Ho«s 4,500 active on bulk of run; later slow; 180 Ib up 10-15 higher; spots more on 230 Ib down 170 Ib down 351"0 nigher sows steady: 180230 Ib 2G.50-27.00; latter paid freely for choice v/eights Under 220 ib 210-270 Ib 25.25-26.315 few 275-300 Ib ?4.25-75; 150-170 Ib 25.0-20.7: sows 400 lit dowri 22.7523.7.3 heavier sows 21.75-22.75; boars 16.00-20.00. Cattle 700, c-il'/es 400; about steady on qll classes; commercial and good steers find butcher yearling-; 16.00-20.00: utility and com- metfcia) cows 11 00-li'.50; few r.t 13.01); canners nncl cutters 9.5011.00 bulls slo'vj utility and commercial 12.I50-14.50; few fat heavy bulli' 12.00-50 cutters 10.50-12.50; eood an:! choic 0 ve'alers 21.00-27.00 few prime 29.00; commercial and good lo.OO-21.0'J. Sheep 200; unchanged from yes- terdpy; no si-lolly top quality lambs here to rnrke top as high as yesterday; •••om<? 137 Ib lambs 22.50; other mostly jrood and choice lambs 20.00-22.0C, including deck choici? to i/rime fall Only Cabinet to Soften Jabs chips 21.2n few slaughter ows 3.00-5.00. i * By JACK BEt.L WASHINGTON (ffl— Fresh senatorial charges *hnt Democrats had consorted with Communists indicated today President Eisenhower er's advice to Republicans to soften thnir political blows may be ig nored outside his <,wn Cabinet and staff. Roiteratiiifj his characterization of Democratic administrations as "20 years of treason," Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis* said he will not charge his tartics to win Democratic support for parts of Eisenhower's progrim. "Tnn price is loo high," he told a Lincoln Day audience of some 0,000 persons in San Matco, Calif. last night. Referring to the Democrats. l-,o declared that "we can't part j whitewash them or we would be siarts 3:19) that is the richest add greatest experience man can hove, and any man can have it (II Corinthians 5:17). It is not limited to the few, or to the learned, The evidence of that knowledge and its power and blessing is. not found only in the lives of recognized saints. It is.found-in .the innumerable lives of the .same sort of people who heard Jesus gladly the people who in humble daily life have found the love of God shed' aboard in their hearts. And you and I, every one of us, can be of that blessed com pany. 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Yesterday's total came to 1,860,000 shares with the market down slightly. Chrysler was ffivored with heavy demand. Boyle Continued from Page One half the things to knc w. they really need ROEBUCK AND CO. i*& • : "&PH44 Save s 50 A new low price on the famous Kenmore Automatic "Second, every wife who watches that $200,000 set is going to feel sooner orlnterher husband ought to buy her a $200.000 house; Will that simple girlish goal help make your home life mere peaceful" Beauteous Arlene Francis , will act as editor -ri-chief of the: program. Assisted r/y a staff of experts, she will give illustrated hints to the American housewife on how to raise children cr petunias, how to tak« spots ot'* the family ( dog or her husband 1 s necktie, how to cook better meals both with and without a can opener. And, naturally, tiow to be move • charming. Even a crome program today has to teach a house-wife how to hold a gat in a charming manner if it wants to get d veal rating. Personally, wo wish.JMiss Francis luck in TV' 1 : greatest challenge so far — the building of .perfect wives, of which ever man' I could use a least of.c. And for a starter, we'd like to see her tackle and solve a few typical old household problems, such ar: The wife who insists on getting something out rcf the medicine quilty of a crime worse than their.',." McCarthy and Sen. Jenner (R- Ind) insisting (hoy are only reciting the facts, srid they intend to continue to do so. Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell of the Democratic National Committee sa'cJ at Portland, Ore., that Eisenhower dici not go far enough when he said ho would advise his official family to avoid extreme partisanship. Eisenhower said the times are too serious fo.v .such partisanship. Sen. Monroney (D-Okla) said the President "faiV»d to meet the issue." He said, "We don't the extreme partisanship, but it is the extreme treason" which he •aid iome GOP speakers have been attributing tt. Democrats. The President told his news conference yesterday he cheerfully admits ne needb Democratic support for some parts of his legis- ative program, but he added he isn't much of n partisan and knows of no way he cnn stop this sort of thing except among members of his official family. chest while her husband is shaving, nr.d uses his razor to cut pa- Bottle for Roil Control Launched NEW YORK anc:er vobcrt (UP)— .Rebel Young Fin ran up his batilo colors today for an alt- out fieht against "powerful interests ' for control of the New York Central railroad. His challenge \vas accepted immediately by William White, president of the Central, who promised a "bare-fished fight" trol of the railroad to keep con- in the hands of ihi present management. Young late yesterday officially declared the v;tr for stockholder support which was- forecast when directors of the railroad, meeting in New York Wednesday, refused to make Younc chairman and executive officer. Evidence of 'he behind-the-scenes struggle was reflected yesterday on tho New York Stock Exchange. More than 100.000 shares of New York Central stock changed hands and the price went up $1.37% a share. Young was reported to be buying all the stock he could on the open market, while at tho same time seeking suppo-t from smaller stockholder.*. Hf> said he would submit his canrlicJptcF for. a new Doard of directors at the annua stockholders metinp May 28 a Albany, N.Y. Cold Weather Returns to U. S. Rocky Mountains .eastward only the Paific and Gulf Coast States escaped. 1 While most of thf county joyed fair ski-n and dry_ _ ai|» Legal Notice LEGAL NotlCE The annual School election will be held by the qualified electors of the Blcvins School District No. 2 of Hempstead County on Saturday, March 20, between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote a school tax of 28 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Ralph Boyce Secretary of School Board Feb. 12, 19. 20 Some stations reported more thari an inch in the fast 24 hours. By United Press . . Widespread sub-zero cold came rains fell I'roi- Northern Califd back to the United States todayjnia through Western Washington, after nearly two weeks of moderate weather. From the Eastern Dakotas to Michigan temperatures fell. By down it was as low as 20 degrees below zero at Internation Falls. Minn. Cold weather extended from the Relieves Muscular Pain HKF\ St.Joseph World's Largest Seller at U NEW NON-CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL POLICY > Issued by HOME SECURITY LIFE INS. 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Sparks, Attorney Ad Litem Jan. 22. 29, Feb. 5, 12 i; up her min:i on colors while hubby is mixing he painl. . . The two-bathroom family in the cne-bathroom house . . .the neighbor wife who punishes her children if they are destructive in her own home but net if they turn your house in^o a city dump. . . the \\ife who leaves her bobby pins all around tho wash basin and yowls when hubby splashes water end gets them rusty ... The ..vife who . . . fill out your own list, boys, and mail them to Miss Francis. She'll help you. Of course, some husbands create household problems, too. But even television hasn' figured a way yet to improve the American husband. Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE IN THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY PROBATE COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM CARL JONES, DECEASED Notice is NOTICE hereby given, that Kathryn L. Jones as administratrix of the Estate of William Carl Jones, deceased, is asking that tbe stock in trade of the business formerly kriown as the City Electric Company be sold at public sale for cash. Said property is free clear of all encumbrances, and has been appraised by three competent appraisers at the sum of $800.00, and is situated in Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas, at 1110 South Elm Street. By the order of said court notice is hereby given that, the sale of the above described property will be held on Tuesday, February 23, 1954, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., on the premises at 1110 South Elm Street in the City of Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas. Terms of the sale are cash. In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set rny hand and the seal of said Court on this 3rd day of February, 1954. Harry Hawthorne Probate Clerk By Arthur C. Anderson, D. C. (SEAL) Feb. 5, 12, 19 Your chores go faster in a BUTLER Building! 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The electors will vote a school tax of 25 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for 4 board members to be elected for Post No. 1, Post No. 2, and Post No. 3, for a period of 3 years and Post No. 4 for a period of l year. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Dorsey McRae Secretary of School Board Feb. 5, 12, 19 Legal Notice No Baiting Own 'T^^OTR^PWpP^pfllWfe f ap-"ff^f ^P^IPP ( No. 7400 In the Chancery Coiirt of Hempstead County, Sarah Paxtbn Carr et al vs. Paxton N. Marks et al ...Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, David Sutton, Paul Sutton, John Sutton, Jenny Sutton, Jessie Sutton, are warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Sarah Paxton Carr et al. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 28 day of January 1954. Qarreft Willis, Clerk. ft! Tho i 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-< .. - -- .Jdgn. 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