Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 11, 1954 · Page 11
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 11

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 11, 1954
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t: , Martlt.11>. J9M HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Senate OOP's Seek ' Hearings 1Jy JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON i/W— Senate Republican leaders called a meeting today to discuss steps that mifjht be, taken to persuade committees to make their investigative procedures fair to everyone. The question arose in the wake '>f a public row between Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) and Secretary of Hie Army Robert T. Stex-ens. A closed meeting o£ the Senate 3(J5P Policy Committee followed introduction by Sen. 'Douglas CD- Ill) and Sen. Humphrey (D-Minnl yesterday of a bill to establish by law "a code of fair play" for congressional investigations. Douglas said the approach taken jy Republican leaders, based on persuasion rather than legislation, amounted only "to a pious hope that committees will reform themselves.' ,<jj£en. Ferguson * (R-Mich), chair- i™n of the policy committee, was lite to report to the GOP com- nittee on his purvey of existing Senate committee rules and dis- :ussion of possible improvements iviih individual committee chair- nen. Republican Leader Knowland of California already has said each jommillee has the unquestioned •ight to accept or reject any suggestions growing out of the study PRESCOTT NEWS Members of the Rainbow Garden club will hatfe a bake sale on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at Stewarts Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cummings of Com'vay were the weekend guests of relatives and friends. Miss Ida Rae Hamilton, student at Henderson State Teachers College Arkadelphia, spent the woek-i end with relatives . Mrs. Ted McCiOUfih oJ Greenville. Miss, were the guests Sunday of Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Gordon. Mrs. McGough remained for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loomls and Billy spent Sunday in Longview, and in Shreveoort where Mrs. Loomis' brotheV, Mr. George Chafnb- lee. is ill In a Shreveport hospital Paul Buchanan, a former Pros- cott resident, has been named manager of the Arkansas Lpuisiana Gas Company in Magnolia. C. T. Tompkins of Shreveport has been the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tompkins. Miss Morjorie Anderson has returned to Little Rock after a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hubbard were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bruce in Blevins. C. D. Dlckerson of Little Rock was the weekend guest of his mother. Mrs. Sam Dickerson. Mrs. Coy Spradling of Lelancl, Miss, has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Charlie Neimo-yer. al Christian Conference in Willingen, Germany. The program was in the form of a television interview. The meeting adjourned with the Mrs. Bob Stewart had as her week end guests, Mrs. Harry Daniel and daughter and Miss /Loyce Stewart ol Little Rock. Mrs. Lucy-Slifee ol-..Stuttgart has been the guest, of friends. ' Lt. and Mrs. Harley 'Cox.'.who have been the guests ;of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox and Mr. and Mrs Charlie Thomas, have return- to Enid. Okla. Funds Asked for Spa Hospital Operation W^SHINGON (K\ — Army of- "icialtf notified Rep. Norrell (D- <\rk.) today they will ask a House Appropriations Subcommittee for funds to continue operation of the Army-Navy Hospital at Hot rjti'ings, Ark. The request will be made in an supplemental budget request since the regular budget made no provision for operation of the hospital during the fiscal year beginning July 1. The Army said last fall it would clos'e the big hospital by March 30. -After a protest by tbe Arkansas delegation, however, Secretary of. Defense Wilson agreed to have ^ matter re-studied. Last wee's the Army announced it would continue .-the hospital-in operation. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Wilson have returned from a'motor trip.to points of interest in California. Mrs. S. B. Scott .has .returned from El Dorado where she was the guests -of Capt and Mrs. S. B Scott Jr. 'and family Lt. Col. S. B. Scott has returned from San Antonio, Texas where he 1 was a patient at Brooks General Hospital. 'Dragnet' Sfar Up on Alimony Count HOLLYWOOD (UP) — '-Jack Webb, star of the television show "Dragnet," faced court...orders to- gny to show cause why he should Sfet be held in contempt for failure to pay a property settlement to his actress-wife, Julie London. Miss London, who won an interlocutory divorce from Wfbb last November, served the television Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pledger and Sharlee ol' Dallas were the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. H, Bemis. . Mr. and Mrs. Juitman Steed and star with a court summons yester day, charging Webb failed to pay her $350,000 she .claims b'e owes her under a property settlement. She charged he failed to. set up a $150,000 trust for.her from th sale of Dragnet productions last December. She also accused him ,of neglecting to give her $150,000 in life insurance, -plus •••$50,000 in cash due March •'>.:' • : Webb's atto'r.ney. Clore ''Warns, denied the allegations. . ,Miss London in her divorce, wpn custody of their two children, Stacy, 4, and Lisa,- 1,•'nlus $1800 a 'month aliniony and child support and almost half a million dollars in cash arid securities. ." " • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell have d as their guests, Mr. and Mrs Stanley Clem and children o£ Garland, Texas. Mr. and- Mrs. Tom Bemis were the wekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fadjo Craven Jr. arid sons in Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garrett and daughters and Mrs. A. J. Shell were the Sunday guests of relatives and friends in Cullendale. Mrs. Shell remained f01 a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hines visited relatives Sn El Dorado Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Lovco Anderson had their guests 'Sunday Mr. Wayne Anderson and sons of El Dorado. Women Of The Presbyterian Church Meets The Women of the Presbyterian Church met on Monday afternoon at the church for the monthly general meeting with/26 present. The president, Mrs. T. E. Logan, presided. The meeting was opened with the song "Fellowship In Christ" followed with silent prayer for the sick and distressed. The Lord's Prayer was repeated. The minutes of the February meeting were read by the secretary Mrs. J. C. Stegar. A financial statement was given by the treasurer, Mrs. Mary Montgomery. Reports were heard from committee chairman. Mrs. D. L. MeRae announced family night would be held March 31 with Rev. Jerry Newbold superintendent of the Vera Lloyd Home Monticello Vie guest speaker. Mrs. Wi G. Bensberg had charge of the program for the afternoon on "The World Church Explores New Frontiers." She was assisted by Mrs. E. M. Rowland. Mrs. Jack Harrell and Mrs. 0. W. Watkins who posed as delegates that attended a World Inter-Denomination- RICE PROMOTIN MtL KEEP OUT OF "S^BiePsB. i-^^f^ix' i$?A£--->V • : V ..:.:-..• -|Jf,v«- r>:: " ,- sk, .-"^Si'^r-^i^^i .. .- • . . v--;' • . -''- ~ - : --^^ .'Of course, no Rice Grower wants to be UP to his EARS in RICE with no -market- for it! ,Yet, that is the situation that faces him unless demand at home can be increased by an organized promotion effort aimed at educating the American public as to the value of rice as an economical food, •^•.• Future-thinking Arkansas riqe, farmers have begun this program, but more ricegrowers are needed if this program is to be completely successful. >,- >v YOU CAN AID BY JOIN INC NOW—BY URGING YOUR NEIGHBORS TO JOIN and by enlisting the aid of everyone interested in the RICE INDUSTRY! KEEP RICE OFF. THE SURPLUS LIST! ^ " *- . ' • ' For further information, write: '^^.,. .PROMOTIO^X' To provide Arkansa?' share of funds for the urgently 1 needed, nation-wide rice publicity and* promotion, the'Arkansas Rice ! Promotion Association has es- itabliihed its members' rate of I farmer-contribution at one-half ,cent^ per bushel, an amount SP I nominal that it will not be a ( • burden to any rice farmer. •Every Arkansas rice farmer • should join because every Ar- Ikansas rice farmer will benefit! ARKANSAS RICE PROMOTION ASSOCIATION » P.O.BOX 786 r- H, C. STUMP. Mjr, i~ STUTTGART, ARKANSAS ^^ 5T lX -- 1' ^i -r—T ^n-.y.fipWT 4 *^ '^r^ ' f % f \ I <#'T '*,. i» l(i L^i: f i , it . ; ^ v Lords Prayer repeated in unison. Dixieland Rebels to Be ' Klwani? Guests tonight The Dixieland Rebels, ft jazz band Composed of six bo^s from •fcrescott High School, -vfrill fur- meeting (Thursday) of the PreS- cott Kiwahis Club. Band member* ate Bill Clarfc nish the entertainment at tonight's! He rbert Bennett, SAhimie John aftdl Cd*» meetfftg Wft^ Firm, Golden Ripe Fruit U. S. U.til.ities,, Nebraska Grown Tr.esh, CrisjD; Green T,exans . Red Potatoes 50 Bag 1.19 Green Onions 2 Bc h s . 15c Fresh, Crisp, Texas Grown Red Radishes P£° Sweet and Juicy Valencies. lOc Florida Oranges 8 B^ bg 47c Red Potatoes Crisp, Tender, Green Stalks U. S. No. 1 ' Nebraska Grown Sralk CINNAMON ROLLS Fresh Baked, Heavily jcdd RANCHO POPS Assorted . Flavors -i ,.. ^*», NORTHERN It's Softened .^., Twice FLEECE Facial Soft — T •••• Tissue Firm 1 -*•• SCOTTISSUE Soft As Old Linen SCOTTOWElS Firm and Abs,orbenF • WAXED Cut-' 1 Rite i Plump, Tender Groins '•Kroger's, Pressed From Fresh i** ' „ v,fV", 0 From Fresh . •} V J •j jj. jp^ssasr*; -'-51 i Grapefruit 46 Oz. Can A Kroger's, The Natural Juice of Ripe Oranges Delicious on Sandwiches '"- ^- 39c CORNED POTTED MEAT K ? 3Vi <S 5c VIENNA SAUSAGE BLENDED JUICE Oranqe^Grapefruit Can'2 1C Baxter Brand 4 C?n Z ' IOC /^Ljr.rfCC Windsor Club L<nCXdC Creamy. Rich PEANUT BUTTER - r09 - Bwf " n - TOMATO JUICE Pockes No. 303 Orange and Grapefruit Can Can 23C ^u Cans Label KROGER CRACKERS F - h «"^ « SAUERKRAUT PINTO BEANS Brown5Best Kroger's Best Quality APPLE SAUCE TY^JU-ATTYCC Packer's Label, ^ No. 303 OO- i VlVlA I L/CLJ) Standard Quality Z Cans ZOC Pry Beans GREAT NORTHERN Brown's Best Dry Pean? I AYFP PAI^P Wonder Creme Orange ^77^1^ l*r\ I t IV V^/lkI\I- Cocoanut feed, <} Oc Couppn'^^ajM Cudahy Wicklpw^ r Sliced, Tray Packed CORNED BEEF 'Cry-Vqc- er 2 l -TLb.Avg. W'l.C'^IX' D/^lclITC Delicious Served ri^lV PUINtj With Sauerkraut LAMB ROAST SsXo. BREAST OF LAMB F ro erS , e w S - x LAMB CHOPS •%, ub69c u. 19c u. 39c u. 29c ( LAMB CHOPS Tendar BOLOGNA Swil PERCH . • ,\ yw s A* >v wfafofa **' <A"* ;,*U •i « CATOSH PJ,|,L|TS * < n i f '. ' v *• 6"* ' . , ' L.aJfe.*t 1 ,

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