Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 28, 1955 · Page 6
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?44H Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. March 26 Worker* SS Class of Garrett iriai-Baptist.Church will meet ay,'Match 48, at 7:30 p. m. in HOPE .WWVI THEATRE HOPE 1 UY!- IN * HEATRE ; ; -Hwy £9 Seuth * 6p>n 6: so FINAL NITE ~~ ttE fo Oder FOR THEOZARKS! oom, as a ay-at the Lake , , the home ot Mrs. Earnest Cobb on Rosston Hwy. Mrs. I&'rtha Thomas will be co-hosless, ar.'d ail members are urged to be -.present. The Hope Duplicate Bridge Club will meet in the Catholic'-Hall Monday night at 7:30. All members and the public are invited to attend. Thursday March 31 The Spring Recital under the direction of Mrs. B. C. Hyatt will be held in the High School Audf.toriUm SHEOGER , Jo* Comedy Cartoon t* ,™ * *i x • ••( * *» ainer, N*w« - STARTS TUES. NITE • CHT1MC ^SPECIAL SECTION FOR COLORED!, Come Out Early * AND HAVE A PICNIC t -our . . Ple Snack Bar h> GOOD HOT FFEEr n r « T n F HURRY! LAST DAYf • FEATURE TIMES • 2!00 • 4:22 • 6:44 - 9:06 MUSICAL OF MUSICALS! !• "My Little Duckaroo" Cartoon I* News of the Day * TUESDAY * Tickets for th* Eastern Star fcah- quet to be held Tuesday March 29, may be pu'-chased from the following people: Miss Jack Porter, Bedia Carver, Norma Jean Delaney and Christine Warmack. Please make your reservations by Monday March 28th. The Quarterly meeting of the Hempstead County Board of th the American Cancer Society wil meet in the City Hall Tuesday Mar ch 29, at 7:30 p. rn. There will be a parents meeting at the Jr. High auditorium Tuesday March 29 at 8 o'clock. Dr. Jud Mar tindale will tell the story behim the PoJio Vaccine, and a question and answer period will follow. Al parents are urged to attend. Friday April 1 The Emmet Garden Club will sp onsnr a "oot-luck supper at the school cafeteria on Friday April 1, at 7 o'clock. The F.mmet Community Improvement League and the Emmet Home Demonstration Clubs are asked to participate. Mrs. Dildy of Hot Springs public relations officer of the Arkansas Power and Light Company will be guest spea ker. Every one is cordially invited to attend. Notice The Fidelis SS Class of the First Methodist Church will have a wei- ner roast at the church Monday March 28, at 6:30 p. m. Jr. Wisteria Garden Club ; • Met At School The Jr. Wisteria Garden Club of Paisley School met Friday March 25, at the school with the president. Glen Calh'oun presiding. ' The meeting was called to order and the minutes read and approved. The vice-president, Hugh Dan Barwick led the pledge, and song lea- The Stock Market is Down . . . Our Prices «re too! CREAM OIL PERMANENT 8.50 Only HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 7-2878 CHRIST IS THE ANSWER You are invited to hear Dr. Frank Norfleet Twice Daily. 7:30 a. m. - 7:30'p. m. at '** JDr^Frank Norfleet First Baptist Church March 28-April 6th >»>,.. MM BY ARKANSAS TEACHER 1? Other Award Winners In Arkansas '*, MARCH T . teacher at i School JDeQueen, i^ner, o< a $1,200 +. T. r -•-, —^ a,4vanced eduea- tion In the >-1854-55 Uon pil ' Teacher ^aylCpntegt All essays , Wtn,i5 content were on the subject, f-«5»Hi6W rOsh' Prepare My Students ^ w Swceesfwl Living." Sieve's teaches 12th grade , Hth grade American hU- ewh, and Journalism, She ght «pr 16 year?. She and 1:1 — J are ^he parents of a. My." Graves is a ol teacher and school "it, BOW working |or Sol} Con, time Mrs d wtpred a. Uon teacher contj|BJt. However, she *iftfl sjtydents in the Lion t|!ssjy Contests for the PWF8, and two of her ve won $25 awards, to take ad- r sc,hQ},grship niversity pf or Cb- . .. _.. for „ -^., an4 ghehas work atPeabody •• T'vnr-'titei Tennessee. John GfmJm, principal at TR.High. Sphool, received • xise in' purchasing books ] library, ^escrjer at nior High School, has nts in fvery Lion arship cpntest was started in Mrs L C Groves 195P, end, ?he _has entered each Teacher Scholarship'contest since that program began in 1951. She has had one major awanj-winner in a student contest, (Norma Sue Roop, who won §1,000 in 1951), and ten of her students have egrned $25 awards. • Tennessee Teacher Wins Miss Mattye Jackson/ librarian and study hB.lMea.ch.er at Dyersburg .High School; Dyersburg, Tennessee, is the winner of a $1,200 Lion Oil Scholarship in Zone "B". She plans to vise her scholarship to attend the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She has 3 B. S.. degree from Tennessee College for Women, Murfreesboro, and an M- A. decree from the University of Tulsa, Tiilsa,' OHlah,oma. Also \V!ns Jame§ Di Powell, high school principal and teacher of chemistry, physics and general science at Grenada High School, Grenada, Miss., is the winner of a $1,200 Ljon Qil Scholarship in Zone "C". He plans to use his scholarship to complete work on his Ph. D. at the University of Mississippi. $75 Award Winners—Zone "A" Arkansas winners of $75 Cash Merit Awards in Zone "A" are: Mrs. Louis Helms, England High School; Mrs. Dotis R. Lewis, Mount Holly School; Elizabeth Whitten Meux, Arkansas School for the Blind (Little Rock); Mrs. Carolyn Meyers, Magnolia Elementary School; Mrs. Joe Amons, Hope High School; Mrs. Jean Gibbons Cowden, Bryant Elementary School; James K. freeny, Grady High School;, Mrs, Joe Fladger, Lowell Elementary School; Mary Mpsley, Newark High School; Claudia Rosenbaum, Fourth 1 St. Junior High School (North Little Rock); Mrs. E. L. Terry, Lakeside School (Hot Springs). Judges of the contest were: Dr. William Ritchie, Chairman of the Division of Social Studies at Henderson Sijate Teacher's College, Arkadelphia, Ark., and two other members of the faculty, Dr. S. C. E. Powers, Professor of .Political Science and Dean of Instruction, and Mrs. Nila Turner, Professor of English and Chairman'of the Communications Staff. The third liion Oil Student Essay Qontest of,the 1954r55 school year closed March 4, and entries ? now being judged.. The. essay subject was, "How To Be A Good Citizen." Awards include three $1.0pO scholarships; 45 Merit Awards of $25 each; and $100 cash prizes to scholarship winners' schools- Teacher-sponsors of winners also earn prizes'. Why Fund Was Eitahluhcd The Director of the Lion Oil Scholarship Fund says, "We be- ieve in the South,.. are eager to assist its sons, daughters, and teachers -pur go.od neighbors," MARKETS Rev, Curt Tull First Christian Church revival service is now n prograss with the Rev. Curt Tull, pastor of the First Christian i Church of Stuttgart, preaching. The Rev. Mr. Tull is a graduate of Phillips Universty, and has done extensive evangelistic work in Arkansas. The public is invited. ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK LOUIS NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, 111. )up) — Livestock: Hogs 11,500. Fairly active; 180 Ibs up strong to mostly 25 higher; lighter weights steady fp strong; sows 25 higher; 180-220 Ibs 17.7518.00; about one deck at 18.10; more than two decks choice Ivfo. 1 and 2 18.25: 220-240 Ibs 17.50-i7.85; few at 18.00; 240-280 Ibs 17.00-17.50; about a load 425 Ibs 15.5; 150-170 Ibs 17.25-17.75; sows 4 Ibs down 15.2-15.7; heavier sows 14.00-15.00 boars 10.00-12.50. Cattle 6,500. calves 900. About 80 loads of steers; 23 per cent of run cows; early opening slow sales steady; all few classes, loads choice steers 25.25; uSility and low commercial 17.00-18.00; good qua! ily replacement steers 20.00; commercial and ;ood heifers and mixec yearlings 18.00-21.00; utility and commercial cows 12.50-15.00; ca'n- ners and cutters 10.00-12.50; utility Menus to Be Served in Schools Menus for this week in public schools: Elementary Schools Monday — Brown Beef and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Peas and Carrots. Peach Half, nnd commercial bulls 1S.O-15.00; canners and cutfers 10.0013.00; vealers and calves steady; good &nd choice vealers 23.00-29.00 prime j 31100; commercial and god 17.00 23.00. Sheep 2,000. run mostly shorn lambs; opening steady on wooled lambs; clipped lambs 25-50 lower; choice and choice to prime native woolskins 24.00-25.00 10 decks choice No. 1 skins 22.25-22.50; double deck No. 2 skins 21.50; aged shecO steady; slaughter ewes 7.00-8.00. Milk. Tuesday — Bee' Stew, Rice, Slaw,. Biscuit, Vanilla Pudding, Milk. Wednesday — Meat Loaf, Spaghetti and Cheese, Mixed Greens. :orn Bread, Je.Ho, Milk Thursday — Beef and vegetable Soup, Crackers, Cheese Sandwich. Peanut Butter Cookie, Milk. Junior—Senior High Schools Monday — Brown Beef and Gra/y, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered eas and Carrots, Peach Half. Milk. Tuesday — Smothered Liver and 3ravy, Rice, Slaw, Biscuit, Vanilla 'udding, Cookie, Milk. Wednesday — Meat Loaf, Spaghetti and Cheese, Mixed Greens, der, Patsy Brateher led >the singing of, "Let the Sunshine In" and "This Ole House." The meeting was turned over to .the leader Mrs. J. W. Perkins. She explained the making of flowers and also said, we would have a flower show and nature hike next ,'jnon- th She gave out some flowers/and the pupils examined and took "them apart. : '' Refreshments were served, and the meeting adjourned at 3:20. Coming and Going 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sutton and children, Carolyn and Bobby of T?ex- arkana . spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Will Bain. Mrs. Olive Jackson has as her guest her niece, Mrs. Robert E. Fleishman of Riverside, California. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: W. L. Carter, Hope.' Discharged: E. C. Hackler, Fat- mos, Marjorie Beth Royston, Rt. 3, Hope, Mrs. James W. Storar, Lewisville, Lynn Jones, Patmos, Mrs. Jennie McMillen, Rt. 4, Hope Henry Holland, Saratoga, Fellice English and son, Rt. 3, Hope. HOT WATER HEATER HEADQUARTERS • Day & Night • Rheem • Crane :' ''] • General One - Three - Five - Ten Year Warranty HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing - Heating 104 E. Ave. C Phone 7-2811 Take Your Prescriptions to Crescent Drug Store Where they will be carefully compounded by men who are graduates of a 4-year College of Pharmacy. , CRESCENT DRUGSTORE Phone 7-3424 While many U. S. slates have legal codas based on the common law of England, a system of laws more nearly related to the Code Napoleon is used in Louisiana which, together with certain other Southern states, never adopted the English law. Corn Bread, Jello, Milk. Thursday — Beef Stew. Kraut. Buttered Beets, Bran Muffin, Fruit Cup, Cookie, Milk. School will be out all day Friday, April 1st. Yerger High School Monday — Vegetable Soup, Crackers, Oatmeal Cookies, Milk. Tuesday — Smothered Beef and Gravy, Buttered Potatoes, Lettuce and Tomato Salad, Old Fashion Drop Cookies, Milk. Wednesday — Turnip Greens with Pork, Marshmellow Potatoes, Corn Bread, Butter, Milk. Thursday — Meat Loaf, Gravy. Steamed Rice, Buttered String Beans, Peanut Butter Cookies, White Bread, Milk. Friday — No School. POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAG O(#) Live poultry stea- day; receipts in coops 1,213 Friday 207 coops, 42,719 Ib; f.o. b. paying prices unchanged; heavy hens 26-30.5; light hens 16-17; broilers or fryers 32-34; old roosters 12-12.5; caponettes 39-41. Butter steady; receipts 1,22,940; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score A A 57; 92 a 57; 90 B. 55.75; 89 C 5.25; cars 90 B i \o i points. Tracing was'SiiBdued'at & around Friday's 2,540,060 shares which were trade?; at moderately higher prices. park. "Closing day at Oak- 4*-i*£2^t3w/jXw»ii.«, -«s4»tj-.i,i« ^,»i.<^-«1fc»- ~. u*a*«- rl .JA T jdi B ,i ( v r .rfi. n h.f r nn m - 1 r*~. r .j , .L ,^v. .. ^ , ^.^ .__ _ „ W 56.2; 89 C 5.75. Eggs weak; receipts 23,653; wholesale buying prices ] / 2 to 2 lower; U. S. and over A's whites 70 per cent 39; 69-69.9 per Sent A's 38; mixed 37; mediums [35'.5; U. S. standards 34.5; dirties 2.25; checks 31.75; current receipts '.5J . i t NEW YORK COTTPN NEW YORK iff! • Cotton futures were irregular to'da'y !in dull trading. A slow demand for cbtton goods ' and uncertainty over the government's cotton export pblicy restricted trading iri'. futures, i '•'•• Late afternoo n pr ic es wei'e : 35 cents a bale higher to 10 cents lowr than the previous, close, ay 33.68, uly 5.90 and October . 34.04. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Wheat: none. Corn; no. 2 yellow weevily 1.48; No. 3 1.47Vfc; Nn. !4 1.471/2; No. 1 yellow 1.51'i: No. 2 1.51-52; No. 3 1.43-50!/ 2 ; No. 4 1.41'/6-43%; sample grade 1.00-47!' 2 ' Oats: No. 1 heavy white 79b2- 3/ : t ; No. 280; No. 1, white 75%. Soybean oil: 11%; soybean meal. 60.00-61.00. Barley nominal: malting choice 1.40-57; feed 1.06-20. « WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 101 NEW YORK STOCKS NEU YORK. WRallroacts and airlines were higher in the early afternoon today in a gnerally mixed stock market. At the same time, several individual issues wer strong and a :e'w weak aras wore in vidence. Th range of change was easily covred by losses running to be- ween 1 and 2 points and gains of People 60 to 80 Tear Out This Ad . . . and mail it today to find out how you can still apply for a $1,000 life insurance policy to help take care of final expenses without burdening your family. .You handle the entire transaction by mail with OLD AMERICAN of KANSAS CITY. No obligation. No one will call on you! Write today, simply giving your name, address and age. Mail to Old Amercian Ins. Co., 3 West 9th, Dept. L1503B, Kansas City, Mo. , Race Track of Texarkana Sought HOT SPRING Ufl The Arkansas Racing Commission has been asked to consider a horse racing track for Texarkana. Chairman Btib • Roach of Little- Rock said the commission would disduss the proposal with the border city group. • Lacy'Lawrence of Texarkana asked for consideratin of a Texar- When PILE PAIN Won't Let Up Send, for this Free Book t I'M HUNGRY, r-f SANDWICHES /*» t l_Of*Kl IH *^,Hlir NUMBUH SEVEN AN' *^W)jSsL "SIN 1 ANOTHUHONE, WHO 13 H6f WHAT'S r NUMBUH.,.' ELEVEN/ r-< I rl'i-.,-,, i h S-.i|V"i «: l- ei.*t,i OUT OUR WAY 7/ UH- r THEV CAUU HIM— -fcas*' m i-**" Then you'll know why ointments — salves — "home remedies, etc., so seldom give real or lasting help for piles, fistula, colon and rectal troubles. Find out what you really should do, how 73,000 others have been helped, under clinic plan that carries ^ an actual written guarantee. m Write, today, for (-"REE Book "RECTAL AND COLON DISEASES" Thornton Minor Hospital, Suite 1519 911 E. Linwood Kansas City 9, Mo. Day's Menu A(i>w«r ta Prtvloirt £usii« By J. K. Wfflfahu VIC FLINT LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home with correct lighting fixtures. Allen Electric Co. 114 South Elm Phone 7-2629 ACROSS 1 Corn on the 4 Beef -— 8 Dreadful 12 Lemon—— 13 Baked clay 14 Old Greek coin 57 Make a mistake DOWN 1 Eating place 2 Norse god $ Pears 4 Phase 5 Ocean movement 15 Evergreen tree 6 ftan together 26 Indians By Michael O'MttlUy onJ ft«l»h ttt : ...I-y .• -. I.ve^V 'f*Fj| I and FINANCE IMPROVEMENT' Prompt Sen 'ce Complett Information LOANS Convenient, easily-arranged loans to improve YOUR home. We caq arrange everything. Come in now] Hope Builders Supply Co, 3rd & Louisiana Phone 7-2381 You've no idea how easy parking can be until you've experienced Ford's Master-Guide Power Steering. It does up to 75% of the work—takes the drudgery out of parking—makes long trips more restful. And unlike some power steering, Ford's Master-Guide lets you keep the natural "feel" of the road on straightaways . . . you get the fun of driving without tiring yourself. You'll really go for Ford's Swift Sure Power Brakes. They do up to one-third of your stopping work for you . . . just a little pressure on the pedal pulls you to a gentle stop. You'll feel more relaxed and less tired on long trips. And Ford's Swift Sure Power Brakes are'so reasonably priced you'll want them in your new Ford. nd front s With Power-Lift Windows, you control all four windows from the driver's seat by merely pressing control buttons. Also, each window has an individual power- control button for passengers'' convenience. And Ford's 4-way Power,Seat gives you push-button control over th«,front seat, up-and-down, forward-and-back. 16 At the begfnriirig' !9Bethrothed 20 Reposes 21 Exist 22 Love god 24 Smoke 28 Apples were ! on the menu ' here 27 Payable 30 One who makes amends 32 Broadens 34 Domesticate anew • SS.Plant adaptation 36 Worm 37 Habitat plant form 39 Morsel of food 40 Obtains 41 Knight's title 42 Young chicken 45 Loathsome places 49 Going back 51 Wager . . 52 Individuals 53 Anglo-Saxon slave 54 Meadow 55 Pie a la 36 French sun;mers CARNIVAL 40 Edible fowls 7 Cyst 26 Upright 41 Trigonometric 8 Is overly fond 27 Worth having functions 9 Wading bird 28 Standard 42 Away i 10 Put to flight 29 Essential 43 Nevada city 11 Shade trees being 44-—i tea ''• 17 Satiric 31 Persian 46 Corn -— j 10 Amphitheatre princes 47 Ogle I 23 Marry again 33 Charge 48 Heavenly body 24 Bill of —- 38 Help , 50 Observe •y Dick TMrner 3-2.? T. M,R.g. U. S. PA opr. 195S by NEA Sirvio, Ine 'Here's a nice utility item, sir-—-the lower part Uhfold? _ into a handy, dinner napkin!" Ford's new Trigger-Torque Power gives you quicker getaway—lets you pass cars safety-fast. You get this eager power from all 3 of Ford's mighty engines for '55: the < 162-h.p. Y-block V-8-the 182-h.p. i'-block Special V-8, offered with Fordomutic in Fairlanes and Station Wagons—or the 120- h.p. I-block Six. «,) F.P.A-F. Go as autprnqtlo as you like.... HOPE AUTO CO. Phon» 7-2341 If You're Interested in an YOUR FORD PEALER FOR OVER 3Q YEARS HOPE, ARK, 220 W. Second St. Used Cor — Be Sure to See Your Ford Peoler * ##& ^U YVE*EW2 WPP'N® ABOUT) VOU KM e*U. Mfc J vvAwtisie MfeJto TAK§ ftcttgs o^uSSKKiSS'HoM REMEMBER ME, MRX EASV tfW THfi . -«.,r • wr'b'£»'-» ir<*-, Ttr>.\. 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THE WARRIOR PREHISTORIC -nMES/'WHAT WOULD HAVE HAD TO GET HIS 7 DAUGHTER CARNED .WRECKED' !lM...I'M THING I NEEDED /AND ITS FOR HIM A LADY" V RCTISH STILU NOT-6URE CHIEF? V SHE DIPNt. Ed s bus—I wanted to be sure we left home in ;tim* to catch tha early show!" SWIfTIEPIE By Nodine Selrer PPI5CJLLA'S I TELL, YOU BOTTS IT'S LIKE A . HAZEL, IT'S THE STQRY OF MARTH , AND HITTWr I HEP OUT FOR 50METVIIN& ^JST OFFBREPMEA V MUCHWOR6 VM4/A&lE«Hi$ WTpPAAQNeyiO J PROMIfB'mVISITJANICg.lT PROMISE N0VS(?7D *^ Will WlftN fV6ffyTHN«TO.H«/ *•.,??•• f >>,>'tft:M I ."Only on* ticket? Good thing; you didn't see us go through i ' ..._,„_. *h«»« eth«r two atop signs!" ?„ «. ' «.i r. '4 »>..' • ' .„'. U. -

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