Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 10, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 10, 1954
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HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS ollect ing Fines Okla., I/B — Fuming wouldnt be caught no less alive — in the po- ft* fray a parking fine .'saivaUott at lasl"In"lhe lo-teria." . (it - , Ie device, installed ,,re- atl parking meters here fe*'i&cji>erirnent, turns jiWletitial &!»&•«, df parking tickets into riajilding citizens. Indications swgoing oVer^' big 'with the ^ tustomers. Jtebtorlst here receives &* park' ^ticket and an envelope. If he ' ticket and 50 c'en'ts' ifttti and placpsqll/j «r. the an aluminum, heft, Al- ied to the paiking meter, ,hc .considered paid. Walt 43 the ante goes up to $1. Chief Albert Dodd thinks [}ay»as-you-diive boxes will be hanza in enforcement of, the traffic codes,. gftscd to be," reflected Dodd, were pretty reluctant to to the station, and they'd he tickets to their husbands, pj Chances ar& would forget to y,| them. Now the women pay than men. ' time^pairking fines collected ,boxeS"''auring the first iflonth ^"Operation Traf-o-teria" totaled Dodd,* said, a 135 per. cent se tiver the previous month's | * '•> ' ' Shcedirig that a few nasty notes K \r£ , along with the ticket on- *&tj& chewing , gum,,, , match rsl arid assorted lopt t when the PRESCOTT NEWS Wednesday March 10 The Deacon's of the Prebyter- ian Church will meet on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock for the monthly meeting. The choir of the Presbyterian Church will meet on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock for practice. -. Thursday, March 11. :THe Parent Teachers Association Will meet on Thursday afternoon at tile' Park School.' Mrs. C. G. Gordon will be hos- Jess to the 1950 Canasta Club at her hdme on Thursday afternoon. Saturday March 13 .The Rainbow Garden Club will haVc a bake sale at Stewarts Electric Co. on Saturday morning beginning at 9 .o'clock, rare Coughs Common folds; ThalHAKGON iomulsion relieves promptly because] ides'<into-the bronchial system to 1 -opsen,'a r nd expel "germ laden m and*did nature to soothe'and . ra^Henider, inflamed bronchial .abranes. Guaranteed to please you •f'inoney refunded. Creomulsion has llhttest of millions of users. EOMUI!SION Ctldt, Acut« BrokcUtfc' triple, Mrs. Milford Daniel, Mrs. C. P. Arnold Jr. Mrs. J. R. Bemis Mrs. J. V. McMahen, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Dudley Rouse and Mrs. Gene Hale went to the home of Mrs J. T. Worthinglon where a social hour was enjoyed. Dainty delicacies were served from the (lining table covered with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of jonquils. MrslE. Adams was assisting hostess. Miss Dorothy Bradford Honored Miss Hnzcl Mallock and Missj Mcdius Avery inlertained with a surprise birthday dinner on rnon- day evening in the home of Miss Matlock lor the pleasure of Miss Dorothy Bradford. A tasteful array of spring flow- lera decorated the rooms. The dinner was served buf.fett style from the dining table and the guests were sealed at small fables. Miss Bradford was the recipient of many lovely gifts. Guests included Miss Elizabeth Francisco, Miss Virginia OtwclJ, Mrs. J. T. Easteriing, Mrs. Ira Kizle, Mrs. Erline Butler, Mrs. Joda McGuire, Mrs. Lucie, Lee Cruse Mrs. C. D. Ward, Mrs. Foy Box, Miss Alice Grimes, Mrs: S. C. GrlE- fin, Mrs. Violet Cox and Miss Grace Dbrvln, 1 E. S. A, Meets Merribers of the Alpha Omicron Chapter of E, S. A. sorority attended the World Day of Prayer service in a body at the. Presbyterian Church on Friday afternoon. Following the service members Mrs. C, G. Gray, Mrs, Carl Dairy- collecting officers empty the box es, the chief insisted that so fci public reaction has been "quite favorable, " World Day of Prayer Observed World Day of Prayer was observed on Friday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church with all churches in the community participating. Mrs. T. E. Logan precided. Thv theme for the afternoon was "That They May Have Life." John 10:10. Those taking part were Mrs. Hoy StnJriton, Mrs. T. J. Mauldin, Mrs, J. V. McMahen, Mrs. Wood row While, Mrs. J. W. Teeter, Mrs. C. H. 1 Tompkins, Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton, Rev. W. G. Bcnsbcrjj, Rev. and Mrs. Harold R. Margan. Mrs. C. H. Moore told about tin- World Day of Prayer projects Mrs. Lewis Garrclt gave Facts from Arabia and Mrs. Brice Stewart spoke on Facts In The United Stales. An offering was received for the projects, Mrs. Emmet Parham, Ricky, Pamela and Gordon of Camden were the Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gordon. Mrs. Harold Lewis was the Friday guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Reed in Gurdon. Mrs. Frank McLarty and Mac of Hope were the Friday evening guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Hesterly. Mrs. W. D. Golden siient Friday in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith of La Center, • Ky., were the guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell and relatives. Kentucky Bests LSU for Loop Title BY ED CORRIGAM NEW YORK I/R—Only one spot remained to filled in the round of 16 in the NCAAA basketball tourneys today—and that vacancy is the result of one of the most stunning upsets in Big Seven history. Missouri, wit ha mediocre 5-6 record in conference play, surged from behind in the third quarter to defeat Dr. Phog Allen's Kansas Jayhawks 76-07 last night and sncd the loop into a deadlock for first place. No w both Kansas and Colorado boast 10 2 records and the NCAA representative will be decided by a draw frcm a hat late today in the Kansas City office of Reaves Ned Duncan. She. was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Duncan and children who spent the weekend with Mr.and Mrs. Jewel White. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loomis Rev. Wesley Lindsey, Betty Lindscy, Mr. and Mrs. Frankic Bowlin, Mr. and Mrs. Glover attended the B. T.U. memory drill at the Beech St. Baptist Church, Gurdon on Friday night in which Billy Loomis and Danny Lindsey took part. They will also take 1 part in the state memory drill to be held in Little Rock Saturday evening. Gilbert Buchanan, student at the University of Arkansas Faycttc- ville, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. William Buchanan, and had as his guests,Ed Patterson of Clarksvillii and Jack Lowery of Russcllville. Mrs. Brozic Haynic spent Friday in Hope with her sister, Mrs. Jewel Roberts, who underwent surgery at the Julia Chester Hospital. Wednesday 5:00 Bobby Benson — M 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok — M 5:55 Headline News — M . 6:00 Supper Club 6:15 Evening Edition News 6:30 Gabriel Heatter — M 6:45 Perry Como Show — M 7:00 Inside Story 7:15 Guy Lombardo 7:30 Nightmare — M 8:00 Basketball Sr. A Boys 9:30 Sounding Board — M 10:00 Final Edition 10:15 United Nations Today — M 10:30 Dance Orch. — M Miss Julia Smith o£ Arkadelphia was the . Saturday guest of Miss Claudette Smith. Peters, uxccuiivc secrvary of the Big Seven. A question that had been puzzling the experts for the past two Weeks also was answero.l when Kentucky, winner . of the South eastern Conference wich d r e w from the NCAA Tournament because Its three big stars were ineligible. Without Cliff Hagan, Frank Ramsey and Lou Tsioro poulos, who are not permitted to perform in NCAA postsSoason competition because they are gradu ate students, the Wildcats couldn't hope to win the tournament. They captured the league crown last night in a playoff with Louis iana Stalo 63-56 atvl immediately announced they 'woul'J bypass the NCAA. Louisiana State, which fin ishcd the loop season with a 14-0 slate, the same as Kentucky, was given tl'.e berth. Miss Elvise Hudson returned Friday 'from L.ittle Rock where she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Bettye Lou Davis of Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia and Will Ed Davis of East Texas State, Denton, Texas spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis. T HE new '54 GMG light-duty shown above wasn't born just to win beauty contests. Sure, its sleek lines, full-width grille and panoramic windshield are handsomely un-trucKlike. There's the same dashing air about the inside, too. Three-passenger roominess. Two-tone color treatment. Harmonizing, supple-as- lealhgr' jjpholstery. Smart instrument panel, with dials clustered for instant visibility through a tri spoke wheel. But niist'er-^-take another look! Abujly* Brawny brute of an engine—a real truck engin0'-iTiakes J you think of a Mis>s America wh$ ajsd'ip'an bend horseshoes. One hundred and twenty^ve horsepower guarantees that this beauty can heft a top load with more ease and dash fhsn yqufyeiever seen before. IT/tat'^ more twwtr than tome makers pack into Wffr twfl-tan mo(feis< That's more usable power IP MHplpW'iH ^^ ^^F JB ^W^^^pW^^ than in any other 6-cy Under engine in its class! And look at that wide, deep box. It holds at least 8 cubic feet more than even the roomy '53 model. That tail gate isn't only grain-tight— it's sand-tight. Finally, to top it off, it offersTruck I lydra-Matio Drive*—the supreme automatic shift that saves you, saves your cash, saves your time, (Note to those who want the look of luxury in a truck: there's a DE LUXE model at extra cost, with chromegrille and trim, two-tone paint, curved rear corner windows—the works!) Come in and drive this great GMG. It will do all the selling—by itself. "Truck Ilydra-Matic Drivt standard on some models, optional at extra fast an • e cuteful- MOTOR CO. . Hope, Ark, 10:55 Lets Look At The Weather 11:00 Sign Off Thursday 5:57 Sign On 6:00 Rhythm Round Up 6:15 News & Markets 6:30 Hillbilly Favorites 7:00 Alarm Clock Club 7:15 News, Breakfast Edition 7:25 Sports Report 7:30 Calendar Of Events 7:35 Southwest Ark. Newsreel 7:45 Morning Devotional 8:00 Robert Hurleigh M 8:15 Anniversary Club 8:25 School News 8:35 Job Call Board 8:45 Hi Neighbor 8:55 News 9:00 Listen Ladies 9:10 Hospital Notes 9:15 New Arrivals 9:20 Church News 9:30 Headline News — M 9:35 Johnny Olson — M 10:00 Society News 10:10 Strength For The Day 10:25 Headline News 10:30 Queen For A Day — M 11:00 Curt Masscy Time — M 11:15 Headline News — M 11:20 .Guest Spot — M 11:30 Farm News 11:40 Church Calendar 11:45 Meet The Music Makers 12:00, Noon News 12:15 Eddy Arnold Show 12:30 Know Your Bible 12:45 Market Reports 12:50 Quartet Time , Ever Bright ] Tries Luck Again Today HOT SPRINGS (/PI—Pollard and Harkins' mare Ever Bright, out of the money in two starts at Oaklawn Park this season, tried her luck again today in the $2,000 featured Little Rock Purse. Ever Bright was one of 13 sprinters named for the feature, a six-furlong allowance test. The little mare finished third on 1:00 Bible Lesson 1:15 Nashville Hour 2:00 Matinee Moods . 2:30 Ralph Flanagan 2:45 Spelling Bee 3:00 Ladies Fair — M 3:30 Welcome Ranch — M 4:00 Cousin Carroll Callin 5:00 Sgt. Preston — M 5:30 Sky King — M 5:55 Headline News —- M 6:00 KXAR Supper Club 6:15 Evening Edition News 6:30 Gabriel Realtor — M 6:45 Eddie Fisher — M 7:00 Inside Story 7:15 Basketball Sr. A Boys 8:30 Ml Little Marjy — M 9:00 News, Frank Edwards — 9:15 Serenade In Bluo 9:30 Tunes By Telephone 10:00 Final Edition 10:15 United Nations Today — M 10:30 Dance Orch. — M 10:55 Lets Look At The Weather 11:00 Sign OH NEW YORK W) — Selected pro grams tonight: NBC — 7:30 Great Gildersleeve; 8:30 Big Story; 9:15 Can You Top This. CBS — 7 FBI drama 8 Crime Photog; 10:30 Gen. Grucnthcr. ABC — 8 Mystery Theater; 9:35 Evensong. MB S— 7 Squad Room 7:30 Family Theater. M KCMC Television Thursday, March 11th 2:00 Test Pattern 2:30 Hod.^c Podge 3:00 Woman With A Past CBS 3:15 The Secret Storm CBS 3:30 On Your Account NBC 4:00 Happy Home Show 4:30 Your Texas Industry 4:45 Western Theatre 6:00 Kit Carson 8:30 Edwards & News CBS 6:45 News 6:50 Weather 6:55 Sports 7:00 Groucho Marx NBC 7:30 Four Star Playhouse CBS 8:00 Where's Raymond ABC 8:30 Ford Theatre NBC 9:00 Badge 714 9:30 Place the Face CBS 10:00 Do You Know Why 10:05 News and Weather Capsule 10:08 Channel 6 Theatre 11:10 Sign Off Wednesday, Mareh 10, i heavy track in the Inaurgural Purse and wound tip fifth in last Saturday's King Cotton Handicap. However, in the King Cotton she was sent out to set the pace for stablemate Peu-a-Peu, who won in a drive down the stretch. ; If the track rbmained fast, Ever Bright was expected to draw top support from the bettors. Her toughest competition was expected to come from C. H. Everitfs Little Imp, J. J. Loinbardo's Whirl- ahead and E. B. McAttee's Darkie. Others entered were Mrs. Elizabeth Muckler's Huetel, J. T. Dillard's Equchall, E. A. Glass' Mt. Muinaru, A. L. Birch's Old Mash, Denham and Walkers' Granite I Flyn, Ray Fisher's, Skin Junior, M. M. Mitchell's Master Red and W. M. Wiggings' Daiquari. Eighteen three-year-olds were entered in the supporting feature, the six-furlong Pine Bluff Purse. Spur Baby turned loose a final second burst of speed to defeat 10 other Arkansas Derby hopefuls in yesterday's featured Eastern Arkansas Purse. Jockey Richard Lawless got the' bay gelding out of the gate in front, and Spur Baby held the lead until the field hit Ihc stretch. Little F. closed in to get in front for a moment, but Spur Babegot up in the final strides to win by a nose. Flashy Ways was third. Spur Baby, owned by J. L. and J. B. Spin-lock, turned the six furlongs in 1:11.1, and paid $13 on a $2 win ticket. . G&F Asked to Help Kill Wolves GREENWOOD UP! — The Grand Jury for Greenwood District o£ Sebastian County yesterday asked the- Arkansas Fish and Game com mission for immediate aid in-ridding the area of "numerous wolves." - \he jury said- wolves were to blame for recent raids on poultry in the area and it is feared that such raids may soon turn to live stock. MAKES YOU I, Too / ^ .?Here'« What Yoiir Friends IHfi.il Say When they See YOUR Modern Gas Kitchen., 0 "GAS IS yOVR BEST BARGAIN-IT'S WORTH EVERy CENT IT COSTS-AND MORE!" "IJUST CAN'T WAIT TO GET A GAS KITCHEN tlK£ YOURS I" OVEN AND BROILER IS REAltyA DREAM!" Yes, gas makes you modern because It brings you the very latest in cooking convenience and styling. With top burners handier to your working area and with your oven and broiler installed waist-high in the wall, your kitchen is truly the last word in modern living ... Best of q|l, you know that gas willcook faster, -cleaner and better— at less cost! 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