Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 24, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 24, 1954
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ROM ifAft, HOM, ARKANSAS Wednesday, February 24, 1954 RESCOTT NEWS Pebroary 24 , ? .riioir' oi the Presbyteria practice on Wcdne at 7 6'clock. Business Women's Circl W.-jM, tJ» wilt have eharg t prayer Service t»t the Bap bereft on Wednesday cvenin 80. t^toir rehearsal 'will be a f the direction of Gen Ufiday, February 25 Imon tiea will hostess t TS of the 1950 Canasta Clu fir hqme* dn Thursday afternoon Southern Pine Garden Clul ftf meet t Thursday afternoon a 0 In the home of Mrs. Ralph Ifdon With Mrs. O. W. Watkin listing hostess. fir*. N. R, Nelson Honored tea. W. R. Nelson was compli n'ied .with a pink and blue show given by Mrs. D. S. Jordon a jhojne c/tt Thursday evening. "^ hi the entrance hall hek ^ly'^rrangment of spirea anc rUc'a- thai reflected in an over [tejjj s itiirror. In the living room ' " ' '.'of jonquils graced a tlei hiiniaiure black donkey 'white gladiolus and rcc was placed on an enc jr guest chair Was dc- r '.With bink qnd blue satin '''and she received a corsage 11 •"' " "\ safety pins, baby jjacifier. Cunningham and . Wells assisted in enter 1 'directed several interest iirs}/^ei$on received her lovely ^'Jta^fc baby.bugfiy that was a iifrom'Miss Frances Bailey and ?•<*-!•"..-, 'Chamberlain, dessert course was ser£$ JLeg'pl Notice iCE,,ON PUBLIC HEARING ON ' ' BQt-LWORM ^, R1EGUUATIONS iK'JState Plant Board will hold : on Friday.'March "M. f6 10:30 A M. i Hotel, Little Rock, ;-f<5r the ptjtnoge , of con- ?irikJ Boll^sslft' Quarantine cotton crop of \ r Nevada," -' Lafayette, jeadj Mi^er, Howard., Sevjer, '|ftj-TUver. -Couch, 'growers, •« ( qil i*rpllj "'representatives interested , t t?e, present and to /vtew? for the conation of the BOEj'r'd. ' Copies of f ""' quarantine 'will be MAY BE" FAMSIYAFFA.R nnd a tor- wetal Itch «u-« pfton Wl- «f I'ln-Wormj.,. usly ut tncdtcii) oxnerts say "« gut: qj every Ihrfo pcr- jimlnca, Kiitlre families bv vi«Wms and not know it, OTfBd flf4'in-Worms, these m\iBt not only be killed, hpt o it: "* Wtentifle coating car- n)» tlio bowels hc- no'v In- Bht t6 work-/n(l» kly and easily, nt? Pqn't ,tukti chances with this - dintrtfrauil. highly coptaicious eon- k aitipn; At the first tiittn of 1'in- for iJo... lets per- faraoui) Pr. P, Jnynu & [j!: Son, spudali&U in worm remedies ved to 28 giiests. Mrs. Wren Scott Has Canasta Party Mrs. Wren Scott was hostess to a few of her friends on Friday after noon when she entertained with a canasta party, .' : . The Scott home was beautifully decorated with arrangements of japonica and jonquils placed at points of interest rooms arranged for in the parly the players. High score honors were won by Mrs. J. B. Hestcriy, At the conclusion of the games a delectable salad and dessert course and Russian tea were served. Guests included Mrs. A. W. Hudson, Mrs. L. L. Mitchell, Mrs. II P. Hamby, Mrs. Lee Kinncy, Mrs' Imon Gee, Mrs. Dallas Atkins, Mrs. W, F. Dcnman Hcstcrly. Sr. and Mrs. E. 8. A. Has Business Meeting Alpha Omicron Chapter of E. S. A. met on Friday afternoon in the lome of the president, Mrs. J. T. Wprlhington, for the Monthly bus- ness meeting. Several projects were discussed and will be made public at a la- cr date* Cold drinks were served during he afternoon. Members present were Mrs '. B. Franks, Mrs. Milford Daniel, Urs. Adam Guthrie Jr., Mrs. J. '. McMahon, Mrs. Bob Reynolds, ars, C. P. Arnold Jr., Mrs. Carl Dalrymple, and Mrs. Frank Halom Jr. a red plastic plateati drapid wit red, white and blue ribbons an flanked by red, white ahd blue to pers and miniature cherries. Rdc white and blue streamers and rhln iature hatchets extended the len gth of tHc table. Place cards and baby mum co sages, that marked the Cover fo 29, aiso carried out the patriotii theme. The ritual and Pledge of Alleg iance to the flag were given follow cd with the singing of the Star Spangled Banner. The guests were welcomed by (he regent, Mrs. J. W. Teetei 1 . . Mrs. C. H. Moore, program chair man, presented Mrs. J. B. Hester ly who in her charming manner spoke on "What The Daughters Do." Mrs. W. G. Bcnsbcrg accompan led by Mrs. O. G. Hirst at the pia. no sang, "Daffodils" and "If I Could Tell You," Guests were Mrs. E. M. Rowland, Miss Julia Logan, Miss Li)lie Butcher, Mrs. Bryan Ritchie. Mrs. C. F. Pittman. Mrs. John Me- Rae, Mrs. Mary Montgomery. Mrs. T. E. Logan. Mrs. Dudley Rouse, Mrs, D. L. McUae Jr., Mrs. Jim Nelson, Mrs. H. B. Lamar, Mrs. C. A, Haynie and Mrs. O. G. Hirst. Rev. Wesley Lindscy and Mr Watson Cotlingham attended a board meeting and workers conference at the Second Baptist Church in Arkadclphia on Friday. Klwanis Club To Solicit Funds For Heart Fund Drive The Kiwanis Club of Prescolt vill conduct a house to house cam- jaign in Prescott Thursday night to solicit tunds for the Heart Fund Drive. ', , Slogan for this year's drive is 'Help Your Heart Fund — Help Your Heart." , The Kiwanis Club sponsors the rivu annually in Prescott, but iis is the first time they have con- uctcd a house to house campaign'. Funds will be solicited from biisi- ess houses on Friday All money oilectcd will be turned over to the National Heart Association, •.' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Royslon and small son, Charles Edward Jr., have arrived from Ann Harbor, Michigan where he rcceiv-. cd his degree in mechanical cngl nccrlng. They were the guests of Mr., and Mrs. R. P. Hamby Saturday. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs, G. D. Royston of Hope. Mrs. Emmet Parham, Pamela and Gordon were the guests Sunday."of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gordon Sr. Rose Garden Club Has February Meeting The February meeting of tho lose Garden Club was held in the ome of Mrs. Carl Dalrymple -with ilrs. Vernon Buchanan and Mrs Gene Hale assisting hostesses. Lovely arrangements of jonquils /ere placed at vantage points in 10 rooms, Mrs. J. B. Franks, program lea- er lor the afternoon, introduced Irs. Madge Burgess wlfo gave ' an Jiformative talk on "Peat and In- cct Control." During the social hour the hos- csscs scrvcd_ a dainty dpssert oursc to 17 mcmhors and Mrs. urgess. Presbyterian Men Have Supper Meeting The Men of the Presbyterian hurch held their monthly supper neeting on Wednesday evening at ic church with 42 men attending. The invocation was given by Jim elson. Charlie Dews gave the di-voUoniil ftor which colored films on Mex- o were- shown by Joe Paul Cram;. . M. Bemis, Walter Hirst and ommy McRae served on the me- u committee, N. N. Daniel rogram chairman. Mrs. Gil Buchanan has returned from Magnolia where she ha» been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buchanan. , : Mrs. Ira Ward of Little Rock has been the guest of her daughter Mrs. Karl King Jr. and family Mr.' and Mrs. Earl Eppler, ac- companicd' by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Crutz of Little Rock, spent tho wr-okend in Tulsa, Okla. and attended an Oklahoma Tire an Co. meeting. Supply Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bemis were the weekend guests of Mr .and Mrs. Fadjo Cravens Jr. in Fort Smith and wore accompanied by Charles Fadjo Cravens _ who has been their guest the past'two weeks. .. Miss! Nancy Lynn Garrett of Henderson State Teachers College Arkadelphia spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. OdeUY Gnrrett, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Yancei% Mrs Arkansans Still Like Coffee By the Associated Pre»* Afkahsans apparently are tak ing increased prices of coffee in stridelond are drinking about a much of it as ever. Afi Associated Press survey showed no organized effort In thi state to reduce coffee .consump tion in hope of knocking down th prices. • :.. There are some individual .cf forts ng. to discourage coffee drink Heavy Smokers Advised to BeX-Rayed WASHINGTON (/P)The American Cancer Society's statistical research director said today a .heavy smoker "is very folllsh if he does not have a chest X-ray, taken twice a year"—although there is no proof smoking causes cancer. Dr. E. Cuylcr Hammond, the di- cctor, gave the advice in a copy- ightcd interview with the maga- inc U. S. News feWorld Report. And the magazine described him ns smoking during the interview. Dr. Hammon said a heavy smoker hould take the recommended pr'e- aution "so long as there is 'even i strong suspicion that smoking :auses lung cancer." .'. " '.'. But he also said everyone, cx- lecially those over 45, should have n X-ray at least .once a year, nd he added: ' ; '•' '. • "If you are a timid soul, then •ou should also give up ,6tnbkins I least until the facts arc known," Dr. Hammond indicated the kirid f facts he is after by saying, "If ve should find; that the death rat? rom lungcancer is much' higher mong .heavy smokers and, the eath rale from other forms oil iiricer is not one bit higher;amoriif smokers, then I'd the : v i d e n c e would be extremely trong that there is a cause-and- ffcct relation." He said his "personal ffuess ight now" is that: there >v is such, a elationship between smoking and" ting cancer but he does not' know whether the smoking effept>- is trivial" or so important that igarette manufacture should: tje topptd "until we find what's in hem that is bad and refripye^i-L" e said there were some .ijidica- ons cigarette jsmokers were more usceplibie to lunc cancer, -while igar and- pipfc smokers were, more ikely Id develop lip /tofljfu£ or mouth cancer. , ,. ; . "•'< ; 'vy.'j, AS. for (iis. own smoking, hd said, I am not going to let it ;(lh& rpblem ho is investigating), hive ny effect on rrrj personal habits ntil all the facts' ere knojvn;" Dr. ^Hamrnond i$ ,in. charge, 'fit i ^mr .ana Mrs. J. A. Yancey, Mrs esearch .project under which ,22,.Sf 5T&_ "M. 1 ™ 1 / ° f 4 u ™F a .,9«> volunteers:; have been. Winter- D .A. R. Gaprge Washington Luncheon The annual George Washington uncheon of.the. Benjamin Culp hapter, Daughter's of the Amerian Revolution was held on Thursay at the Lawson Hotel with Mrs. arl Dalrymple. Mrs. C. H. Moore nd Mrs. W, G. Bunsbcrg hostess. The lone table was centered with n arrangement of white carna. ons and baby mums intermingled ith red, whitu and blue rnalinc pouffs in a red container placed on Are You Fully Covered??? BE SURE *^ww** «^^w ^flp^ ^*T m •*. AW Insure with,,, MUTUAL SURANCE AGENCY Mo. and Mrs, Allen Gee Jr. of were the guests Sunday of Mr. and' Mrs. Bill Yanccy in Longview, Texas.'. •-.•.''. . :'vie wing 204,000 men, 50 to .60, years old about their . causes : of 'any deaths among the group, are ; medically. . invesitgated. •;. ' Roy Davis Jr. who has spent the post 5M; years in Arabia with the Gulf Oil Co., has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Roy Davis. He was cnroiitc-to Houston, Texas. Dr. and Mrs. C. A, Hcstcrly htiv* moved into their home on Kast Elm St. that they recently : purchaspd from Mr. and Mrs., Joe T. Smith INCORPORATED 204 $, Main St. Hope, Arkansas SAVE UP TO i*i iffr i if Affti- '«,!!'. Mr. and Mrs.; V. I. Wortham of Gurdon were the Thursday cucsts of Mr. nnd Mrs. L, L. Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dcnman Jr. were Thursday visitors in Little Rock. Mr. and Mfj., J. R. Bemis are spending a wenk in Chicago. New York and Washington D. C, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pullman Jr. motored to Little Rock Thursday for the day, Miss Bctiyc Lou Davis has return cd to Henderson State Teachers Col lege, Arkadelphia after a wccknd visit with hr parents Mr"; and Mm Davis. Court Pockcf : Municipal Court of H6pc,. sas' Fehruary;22,- 1954. 'Strike It Rich 1 , a Giveaway Show Hands Out $250,000 to Contestants Every Year By SAUL P6TT (For Hal Boyle) NEW YORK MB — Out of a clin— ical curiosity, 1 went to an "agony" television program recently a cheerful, tall man came out ahd introduced "The man with the really big heart," who turned out bc Walter Framer, the show's and everything went according to Producer. Framer, a short man plan; I never felt worse. - wit ' 1 heavy glasses and a nervous, The show was "Strike It Rich," 3Ct smile, introduced the man who which gives sway about $250,000 a hael introduced him. a plug for a movie magazine, a gray-haired, nervous woman tried to win $125 for a sewing m chine. She said she's alone in the world, she sews for a living and "they took away my old macino, I'm back in the rent and my lights have been turned off." Having difficulty with several quesions the' woman won only $60 But at the last second, Framcr's "hcart-lin' 1 :" voice announced that "Strike Jt Rich" had just arranged with a certain company, Which he named, for her to get a sewing machine free as well as the $60 in cash. year to people 'who tell their trou- .Then Framer made a little "Ah, boy-" Hull sighed. "That hies before the cameras. For that speech which I took to be an an- Was to the rescue all right." kind of dough you can buy a lot o swcr to recent criticism of trouble. The audience the Next carric two young honey. ., .... *,\..^l, ^.Cl.llv. v>vw JUUHt: IIUIIUJ- show on the grounds that ,t at- mooncrs who wanted to win mon- involvcd mostly tracts needy people io New York ey for a Korean orphan boy whom women and some servicemen who who end up on 'relief and that U Se husband had once teWcndS seemed to have wandered in out exhibits bad taste in parading hu- in Kofca "Tho boy"' we were of boredom. On the stage there man misery in public. told "was hungry cold h .d Tn were many boxes of a wash deter- "We're not running a welfare dc- s«f icicnt clothinn -.nd his bonc^ gent and past-board hearts since partment," Frarner said. "Just a were swollen' :Ws Js "the original show with a little quiz game, which is basically icre" an dlhc soap pays for the for entertainment and also some ing composers and won only $2 . Hull thought that was too bad, bu^ never one to miss a silver lining, he added: "That'll got a long way in Korea." The last guest was a public health nurse who wanted to win money for a hospital bed for her patients but just then tnc program ran out of time. There were only a few seconds left to announce "heart-line" calls in behalf of the sick girl in Hartford. These dona^ ( tions included $50 from a mcawi market, which was named. Later, I went backstage, whcra prospective contestants were being interviewed for future shows. They included a pregnant woman and her husband, two women with small children, two soldiers and one young lady, somewhat disheveled in a long 'coat and saddle shoes, who was crying quite visibly. "I'm nervous," she heart. The couple had trouble identify-Ifarm.' sobbnd. "I'm gelling married nex month. I want a tractor for my The Jack Compton of El Dorado visited Prescptt friends Thursday. Bobby Grayson, student at Henderson State Teachers College, Ar- Uadelphia lias been the guest ot his • ;C. .A; Nix;. Driving while, • iq : a'ted, Plea gulHy,':fin(id ;$50,OQ and l. : day, ; in jail. ^ ' ; , ''• ' ; ;> ; -;.- v 'Jahies 'L. '.Purt'le, No .Stijti' Ucoa- sc,'. : Forfeited $5.00 cash; -:b6nd. '• - • Herbert , : > L, t. , Warren, Jias'slng,: .another /.car,, $5.00 cash bond/ Forfeited '" parents, Mr. Grayson. and Mrs. -Rommel Mrs. JQQ Paul Crane spent Friday in Tuxarkuna. George Howard and. James Edward Haynie have reswnpd their studies ' nt Southern State College, Magnolia after a weekend visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Haynie. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hale motored to Little Rock Friday for day. the Hoys Raps Attacks on Democrats WASHINGTON W— Rep. Brook Hays (D-ArK) said today some of the recent attacks upon the Democratic Party appear "damaging to the political system," "Imputations of treason directed at the Democratic Party should be scorned by the people so that th? candidates and party loaders will Play by the rules," Hays said in a statement. "Qrie pannot objpct to unfavorable w t unfriendly comments, ISA k%BM¥5? ».%« Joe E, Mack;, James L, Purlfl.?, Improper lights on 'car, Forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Lex Jones, Drunkenness, 'Plea guilty, fined $10.00. '• Joseph Logan, Jess Logan, Jlm- mic Nach, 'Ruben Lindsey, Winston Booth. Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Arthur Pickens, James D. White. No brakes on car. Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Donnpll Maxwell,, Speeding, Forfeited $5.00 cash -bond. Donncll Maxwell, Ewcll Moore Lloyd Howell, Arthur. King J. M Williams, Tom Gray, Charles Thorn ton,, No driver's license, Forfeited $5,00 cash bond. Clcmmie Mercer, Aggravated as' sault, Forfeited. $50.00 cash bond Nazaree Hunter, Assault & Battery, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Docket Buster Lanear, Operating a truck without a permit, Forfeited $100,00 cash bond. ; Chilton Canning Co., Southern Lead Corp., Aiding and abetting another, to haul for hire without a permit, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Geoj B, Sirninpn Dan Schafer; Hauling for hire without a permit. Strickland Transportation Cp.. No proper identification, Forfeited' $25.00 cash bond. Chain O'Lakes, Inc., Unlawful lease operation; Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. •'.,-:' Charlie Gilkey,, Drunkenness Bud Start WATERBURV conn. Richard McCaul began married life with a bang. Opening the dpor to his new home after the wedding ceremony he was greeted fey 8n explosion of accumulated gag touched off by his ciBare't|e, His hands and arms were burned »nd the house was badly, damaged. provements and "denied credit t« the Republican Party for (be contributions., of. Sen. yandenbui-g, -Mich) and others.' I ptompUy repudiated it In 9 - h.p,u$e- ( " and 40.11 and costs. 'Barwick Williams, 91. 50,'; Judgement Vyatt Crosb.T, |jr $12.04, Ju utcs before air time, ncd $10.00. Id, Drunkenness, Forcash bond, rkins, Failure to sup- i minor child, • Fined i days in jail, /ing forfeited $25.00 charge of overload: ckmg'.Co, M. L. Dod- Fruit 'Company,: Amcr mpariy, D. F. Jones Co.. Hospkins Truck W^crncr * nicy, .Plaintiff vs. T, Defendant, Louisiana s Railway Company, ity Southern Railway nishces; Garnishment ' of $40.11 judgement costs, judgement' for inst . Garnishccs foists. ' .. -• . . ectric 'Co., vs. T. C. tion oh account for ncnt by default for 91.50 and costs, our & Feed Co.. vs. Action on account jdgement by default or $12.04 and costs. inspiration. Framer concluded by telling us he wasn't asking us to applaud but he'd appreciate it if we did when he raised his hands thus and so and. besides, there would be prizes later for those who applauded the most. As the show cjot under way, Framer was very busy, running around checking camera angles, watching the clock, leading applause and several times darting backstage to announce "heartline calls," which presumably - come from people catching at homer .The first contestants were Mayor Domihick J. Dclucco of Hartford and Lcioncl Hampton, the band leader. After a few questions, they won $500 for a girl in Hartford, "who is vcr.V sick — very sick — 'just to prove how sick she is, her weight has gone from 143 to 73." I also thought it was nice of Warron Hull, the host, to bring out .the fact that the mayor owns a restaurant in Hartford which bears his name, and that Hamp- Ion's next theater date will be at the Apollo in Harlem. After a singing commercial and' AT AUCTION Tuesday, March 2, 1954 Hope, Arkansas 53 REGISTERED HEREFORDS 32 BULLS 21 COWS Held in the Coliseum Rain or Shine / • • . • % (Heated) Top Breeding From 20 of Arkansas and Texas Top Herds • Sponsored By Southwest Branch Arkansas Hereford Association i a i GAS AIR CONDITIONING IN MODERN HOMES OR MAN S IO N S ! .. Pictured here is one of the modern : homes in Fausctt's new Droadmoor Addition in Little Rock, Equipped '.with Servel All-Year Gas Air Conditioning, this lip'me remains delightfully cool in the summer, warm and snug in the winter. 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