>,- Thursday, April 1, 1954 HOP! STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS McMath May Be Ready April 10 LITTLE ROCK wi — Former <3ov. Sid McMath said today he is planning a press conference at his farm home near Sheridan on April 0. w The conference presumably has something to dtj with an earlier statement by McMath that he would hnVc an announcement early in April on his polilicial intentions. McMath solid-ally is considered a likely candidate the U. S. Senate scat no-.v held by Sen. Mc- CIoHi'ii. The scni.):- Arkansas sen- PRESCOTT NEWS Corey Goes Back to Stage for Comedy By BOB YHOMAS HOLLYWOOD (ff) — Seven years ago. Wcdnell Corey was brought ...,,, ... 4 i u i 11 • , -i , 1° Hollywood on the strength of his lighted taper and the mantel hold urday afternoon honoring her grand' k j u , comodv "Dreirn .,„ ,,,.-o,,««™«,,4 „(• i,.;.. nnr i liohir-ri ,1 .i.t.... n ._ t..-c<«- i _: wl ' IK ln lnc sla E e comcay jJiearn Spaghetti Supper Well Attended The E. S. A. sorority spaghetti supper at the Legion Hut on Friday night was well attended. Each table was centered with Approximately $225 will be added, to the swimming pool fund. George Jr. Stegar Honored Mrs. J. C. Stegar entertained a ;\vith a party at her home on Sat- The Negro Community By Helen Turn«r Phone, 7-6830 Or bring items to Mlsft Turn*r •t Hleki Funeral Home of Mrs. Alvin TtoUcr. Mrs. Bertha Mercer is president. Mrs. Louella Cooper, secretary. A supplement report on the rally Ih/it was held at BeeBce Mi'tnorial :CME Church on Sunday, March 28 i is $113.60 winch was ptcvioitslv | reported $800.00. Total receipts ?D53.60. Rev. T. J. Rhone is pastor. an arrangement of iris and lighted tapers. Approxiirrately 200 people were served supper and enjoyed the games. daughter, George Jr. Stegar on her eighth birthday anniversary. After the gifts were opened games were played with Kay Cox winning trie prize. The guests Sandra Ward, Jane generous in contributing prizes. 'Nelson, Wanda Ruth Taylor, Gil The sorority expresses apprccia-j Johnson, Knrun Ann Rouse, Jim- The local merchants were very ator nlrerd.y has tik'd lor renomi- nation in tiie summer primaries. Utah has 2 national parks, 9 tion for the splendid cooperation jjny Graham. Mary Virginia Moore, national natural monuments 21 national forests. Girl." Today he's doing another Benjamin, Herger, wno rnoforert The Douglas M. D. Club met in! 1 " 1 ' 110 recently from Berkeley, March in the home of Mrs. Ernes-; CoIir - on n business trip and re- ________ ........... _____ _ ..... _ _____ _, comedy, but he had to go back toiiine "Wacld'lcrs, ""with" Mrs' Bertha ! h ' ailuxl ono week, left Siindny ac- the stage for it. Mercer presiding. Opening exer- k'ornpanied by Henry Trent who will in the darkened Biltmore Theater of downtown Los Angeles, I watched Corey, Diana Lynn. Es- tellc Winwood. Marshall Thompson presiding. Opening clscs consisted ot the Club Wo-i visil h ' H daughter, Lorclla ih San men's collect, Psalms: 23rd chap- Francisco, California, tcr, prayer add song-"Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross", led by Mrs. Mrs. Cora L. Smith and son left an d -others rehearse "Sabrlna' Arietta Scott, roll call'and response I Wcctncsriay ni ? ht tor Detroit, Mich., Fair" prior to its Phoenix opening. and on the part of every one who help-.Carolyn Daniel, Cynthia Arnold and i."" PI10I1 lo , us rnoemx opening, ed to make the supper a success. Kay Cox, were scrvt?d from the re-! On a "***& barc sla g<-- the play- frcshmcnt table overlaid with a je« wont through their lln.es hi the Market Chiftlerinas green cloth centered with the white birthday cake decorated in pink and flanked by while candles tied with pink bows in crystal holders. Mrs. Stegar was assisted by Mrs. W. R. Buoy, maternal grandmother and Mrs. Rodney Hamilton, of the honoree. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Horace Halo had as their guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Purcell and daughters ot Benton and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dc- woocly, Brenda and Sharon of Gurdon. Miss Hazel Matiock, Mfts Grace Dowin and Mrs. Violet Coo were Sunday visitors in Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox have returned to Fulton after spending the weekend he-re. S. D. Dickinson of Little Rock spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Sam Dickinson. Miss Loyce Stewart has returned to Little Rock after spending the weekend with 'her mother, Boh Stewart. Mrs. Mrs. -Dallis Akins hfis returned from several weeks stay in Kansas City where she visited her dau< , WE GIVE U. S. GREEN STAMPS DOUBLE GREEN STAMPS EVERY WEDNESDAY PINTO BEANS : No. 2 Can GREAT NORTHERN BEANS No. 2 Can BEANS CUT HATEX ...; 303 Can SPINASH — DEL MONTS .... 303 Can TOMATOES..,.., ...-.,., .^303 Can 1 3 Lbs. 65c WITH COUPON $6 White 'So-Light • So Pure. 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Yet with one exception, he has done no comedies in the couple of dozen films he has done here. And that exception didn't draw many laughs and had best be forgotten. "I came to Hollywood at a time when everything was grim," explained Corey. "I don't mean the business the movie industry was still prospering then. But producers were making hard tales of crime and corruption, and I fitted into the pattern. "I was either the criminal or the lawyer. Prosecution or defense, it didn't matter. It got so that I almost fe)f I had passed the bar." When he first arrived in Hollywood, he was hustled right to Arizona to do- a hard Western tale with Hurt Lancaster and Joh'n Hodiak, "Desert Furies." He has been hustling from picture to picture ever since, with stage work, TV and radio sandwiched between. On one occasion, he was rushed ghter, Mrs. Duncan family. Mitchell and Mrs. Sarah Catherine Chambers of Arkadelphia visited her mother, Mrs. Ern Buchanan over the weekend. Miss Lelia Buchanan of Texarkana of Texarkana has been visiting her mother Mrs. Claud Cox. Horace Bemis of Shreveport was the weekend guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haynie, Butch and .Joe of Smackovcr. Mr and Mrs. James Harvell have returned to Little Rock after a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Murry. Mrs. Tom Bemis and her guest, Mrs. Battle Bemis pf St. Louis, were the weekend guests of Miss Ethel Bemis in Dallas. C. T. Tompkins of Shreveport spent the weekend with his father, . H. Tompkins. Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee had as their house guests for the wekend, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ayers of Fayet- toville. Read a Magazine Tonight WE'VE GOT 'EM! feature finest quality OIBSON greetings. Best selections now I We have a complete stock of GIBSON Cards, for every occasion. Don't forget, send a greeting card to them. SMOKERS.,,. We carry a complete stock of cigars, cigarettes, pipes, tobacco, lighters and everything you will need. JACK'S News Stand "A new vegetable 1 am growing in my garden this year.'" Four ladies are growing new vegetables. Demonstrations on "QuicK Breads and Yeast Breads" were given by Mrs. F. S .Smith, H. U. Agent, after which a baking activity was participated in. Eight H. D. ladies took part. The breads were displayed and judged. where they will spend several months visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Edrin Shaw died nt her home Wednesday March 31. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Home Demonstration Council Meeting Held The regular monthly meeting of Uhn County council of Negro Homr Ten members were present and jBomonslralion Clubs was held Sat- 52 visitors The next regular month ll , rcl « y Ma , rch 27 m the Bclhel A ' M " ly meeting will be held at the home E. Church, Hope. Opening exercises were conducted with Mrs. Lethia Lawson, New to MGM to play opposite Lanalfiope H. D. Club, presiding. Dcvo Turner in "A Life of Her Own. He escaped from the studio just as fast. "I worked ono day only," he recalled. "I didn't care for the script, and Miss Turner and ]• didn't ear for each other. Roy Miliand tcok over. I've never boon sorry. The incident didn't seem to hurt met at MGM. I went back to do five pictures thiire." Corey often takes a flier at the stage, as he is doing with the limited run of "Sabrina Fair." Uon was by Mrs. Dodle Colbert. Antioch H. D. Club, afterwards club reports were made. A report of the Annual Meat & Egg Show was given by Mrs. Vcr- die Walker, McCaskill H. D. Club. Reports on community baking activities were given and discussed. All clubs who have not scheduled a baking activity were encouraged to do so. The council voted to hold it's Annual Dress Revue the fourth. Saturday in April.-The clivisons are as QUALITY « • FIELD and GARDEN SEEDS FERTILIZERS, SUPPLIES and INSECTICIDES. We specialize in Willhite Melon Seed and Funks G. 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