Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 29, 1955 · Page 5
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a&tiattwiA tit H4«MM*«**UF4b-*v<.>(*b4i •rn4*TT~.'-TH" '"Hftry cr*! tf-.n» .1 .if i ii u '.IT '-' 1 ' •;, i-fw * c STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, March 29, end FINANCE HOMI IMMOVIMINT LOANS j 4 V, * •-*< »*V J lotni «> YOUR borM. Wt Iff l of* tvttjrtbint C«ftM & MWl * rs Supply Co. 7.2311 MARKETS J34; U.S. standards 33; dirties 31.25; checks 30,75; current receipts 2.5. . St. LOUIS LIVEStdOK NATIONAL STOCKYARD, . s >—Hogs 12,000 ;barrows gilts opened iO-25 lower; and, 'than the previous close, ay 33.50, uly 33.75 and October 3.93. ^ J < M^)^ u* '"' Sropoth, loft. Ieath t r '' lor corabi-, nation^; «jt^erMtyling and unlqus .„.,. trade fully 25 lower; bulk 180-220 lh No ilOO; bulk -' ' ' 28 °° b 16 -°°- NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK I/Pi — The stock .inn u j t_ > i^cjvv j t^rux i/n — ine moSllv am 2in OI lh market was higher today, ..hut .osu.. . .<yu-4iu ip „,„„„ backward issues retarded . . Gains" were selective and fro- to betwe ' and3 cows steady; utility and commercial 12.50rl5.50; canners and cutters largely 10.00-12.50; bulls steady-; utility and commercial J3.50-15.00; canners 1 and cutters 10.00-13.00; ve'alers and calves steady; good and choice 22.0029.00; commercial and good 17.0022.00; cull and utility vealers and calves lO.'OO-H.OO. ' Trading was slower than yesterday's .2,540,000 shares. walking ihoq you'll agr«*th«c 5 c-r 67c NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK Wl Cotton futures moved lower today, with liquidation in old crop months the feature. Selling was influenced by a pessimistic appraisal of the cotton situation. -this 1 , season by the Department . of.;:! Agriculture. . Late afternoon prices : \mere unchanged tftftfS cents a bale-lower •:•" •* ' ' POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO UP) Live poultry steady; receipts in coops 604 (yesterday 1,213 coops, 122,711 lb>; iF.O.B. paying prices unchanged; heavy hens 26-30.5; light hens 1617; broilers or fryers 32-34; old roosters 12-12.55; caponettes 29-41. Butter steady; receipts! 1,487,961; wholesale buying prices un- 93 score AA 57; 92 A 55.75; 89 C 55.25; cars 90 B 56.2; 8 C 55.75. Eggs weak; receipts 20,044; wholesale buying prices -1 to 2 lower; 'U.S. large whites 70 per cent and over A's 37; 60-69.9. per cent A's 36; mixed 35; mediums GRAIN AND PROVSIONS CHCAGO UP) — Grains moved within very narrow price limits on the Board of Trade today. Dealings were slow throughout the session. Prices r.t the start were higher. Within a few minutes, however, the upturn was lost. Thereafter the market continued under the pre vious close until late in the day. Buying late in the session was centered mainly in wheat and followed the weekly government crop summary noting damage to the bread grain in the Southwest. Wheat closed -1% higher, May $2.13'/ 4 - ; !8, corn >/ a -i/ 2 higher, May ?2.1sy 4 -%, corn '/R-'/Z higher, May Claims Backing Continued from J>aee One hewspaper publisher, was supporting him in his light. Most of the revenue gathered through tbf 2 per cent sales tax is earmanced for the public schools Washburn called the livestock anc poultry . exempjtiop "an outrage against the schools.' Charles D. Hawks, general manager of the Federation, has said ihe thinks "it's foolish to tie the tax exemption in with the school problem." 1.45%,$1.46, oats >/„-% higher, May 70%-Vi, rye I'/a-S'/a higher, May $1.03—1.04, soybeans 1 to 2 cents lower, May $2.53—2.54. changed; 157; 00 B ARE OUR BUSINESS Wo specialize in effective termite control. If termites are the problem, we have the answer. There's no charge for an inspection so call on oyr lonq experience now. ARKADELPHIA TERMITE CO. IN HOPE Phone 7-3495 GUNTER RETAIL LUMBER CO. You're invited to come in and see the .. . NEW Matching bailing speed to tractor power with the NEW HOLLAND BALERS the "SUPER 77" and the "66". SEE US FOR PARTS AND SERVICE We are now Distributors for Ezee - Flow Distributors John Deere Tractors and Implements. Parts and Service John Godwin is in charge of our SERVICE DEPARTMENT 220 West 5th Phone 7-3475 . : :^.V. : i;':!li^;.^M.:.i^^.A .^' v .^:-'^.-..ti .'^v^U^*;.;^^|^i The Fairlane Town Sedan (foreground) and its styling inspiration, the Ford Thunderbird. Lives up to its looks! Ford Thunderbird styling's exciting < -and you'll thrill, too, to Ford's new Luxury Lounge interiors... Angle- Poised Ride...Trigger-Torque Power! You expect big tilings when you see the '55 Ford's long, low, lance-like lines. For this brilliant new styling could only be inspired by the fabulous Ford Thunderbird. And beauty is as beauty does, as you'll discover when you get behind the wheel and Test Drive a new Ford. Your toe will command new Trigger-Torque power. Touch the gas pedal and you get action right now! This Thrill to a Trigger-Torque Test Drive in a HOPE AUTO CO. Your Ford Dealer for Over 30 Yeeu Phone 7-2341 HOPE, ARK. 220 W. kcond Sr, take-off power means faster passing ability—a greater feeling of security whether in traffic or on the open road. And you can enjoy this new Trigger-Torque performance with any one of Ford's 3 mighty engines for 1955: the brilliant new Y-block V-8; the new and even more powerful Y-block Special V-8; or the new I-block Six. As you ride, you'll relax in the comfort of a new Angle- Poised Ride, made possible by Ford's advanced Ball-Joint Front Suspension System. And you'll be surrounded by the tasteful decor of the '55 Ford's new Luxury Lounge interior ... exciting new colors . .. rich new upholstery .. . bright new appointments. Make today the day at your Ford Dealer's. '55 Ford FORD th« New BEST 9El.l.eR ... sell« more because it's worth morel ^ . ' ' . • •, . • . • . . ••'.-.... f |F| • • ..' : * - ' ?7fy^y*y?yffift«^ m-.' ,&*~ tu«Jay, March 29, 1955 MOPI STAR! HOFt, ARKANSAS Kill* 5REI1GER * TODAY ONLY* • Feature Times • 2:32-4:13- 5:54 -7:35 - 9:16 Set Who* Goes On! . , . Man-Smuggling EXPOSED! j PRISON IDA LUPINO » COIIWB'4 PICIL'RC Plus: "Stork Crazy" Comedy * Wed. & Thurs. * CINEMASCOPE TONY (MIS ' JANET LEIGH Calendar Teusday March 29 Tickets for the Eastern Star Ban HOPE * DRIVE - IN * THEATRE Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 STARTS * TONIGHT * HEROIC HELL-RIDERS OF THE HEAVENS! PBINT BV TECHNICOLOR • EXTRA • 1. Leon Errol Comedy 2. Granrland Rice Sports 3. Porky Pig Cartoon e PLUS • A CIRCUS At Our Kiddyland Zoo! A CARNIVAL At Our Big Kiddyland A PICNIC At Our Improved Snack Bar Don't Forget the Big $3,000, GIVEAWAY NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT! THE •COAT •TROUSERS •CONTRASTING SLACKS 3-piece outfit gives you 5 smart combinations 1. SUIT 2. SPORT OUTFIT 3. SPORT COAT 4. SLACKS 5. SLACKS Many color combinations to choose from Tins cool, nubby-textiired Palm Beach outfit is your complete summer wardrobe. It's a suit lor the city—a 4-way sports outfit lor both town and country wear. Come in and see its exclusive Palm Beach tailoring features in our wide selection of blues, browns, greys, and tans. f, acoOAix -SAnroHO INC MFG OP c». Fashion Five 3 PCS ... 52.90 .] Pant Suit 39.95 *Mohiiir, rayon, acetate and 5% nylon in most styles. CRBERt-BURNS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. end 4 P. M. quet to be held Tuesday March 29, may be purchased from the following people: Miss Jack Porter, Beriia Carver, Norma Jean Delaney and Christine Warmack. Please make your reservations by Monday March 28th. The Quarterly meeting of the Hempstead County Board of the he American Cancer Society will meet in the City Hall Tuesday March 29, at 7:30 p. m. There will be a parents meeting at the Jr. High auditorium Tuesday Warch 29 at 8 o'clock. Dr. Jud Mar- :indale .will tell the story behind he Polio Vaccine, and a question and answer period will follow. All parents are urged to attend. Thursday March 31 The Spring Recital under the direction of Mrs. B. C. Hyatt will be held in the High School Auditorium at 8 o'clock Thursday March 31. one visitor present. Barham—Whatley Mr. and Mrs. John Barham an nounce the wedding of their daueh ter, Rosa Nell Barham to Home Whalley of Blevins. The doubl ring ceremony was solemnize March 16, a tthe home of Bro. NOP O'Steen of Prescott. The bride wore a light blue su with navy and white accessories. Jr. Apple BlosBom Garden Club Meets The Jr. Apple Blossom Garde Friday April 1 The Emmet Garden Club will sp- jnsor a "pot-luck supper at the chool cafeteria on Friday April 1, it 7 o'clock. The Emmet Communi- y Improvement League and the Emmet Home Demonstration Clubs ;re asked to participate. Mrs. Dilly of Hot Springs public relations ifficer of the Arkansas Power and L.ight Company will be guest speaker. Every one is cordially invit- d to attend. Jeanette Hunker Junior GA's of First Baptist Church Met The Jeanette Hunker Junior G. .'s of the First Baptist church met Monday for their regular miF- ionary program. Those taking part n the program were: Janetts lichards. Ann Roach. Sherrie Han- ins, 'Judy Beth Davis. Ann Sutton, dnda Thrash, Virginia Hornaday, Club of Brookwood School met i the auditorium Monday afternoon The meeting was called to order b Curtis Churchwell. A song was sung by Junita MRS ser and Linda Thrash, followed by a piano seletion by Mary Lu Parks Mrs. Stroud of the Iris Garden Club gave each child a pot plant Woman's Missionary Council of Hope Gospel Tabernacle Meets The Woman's Missionary Counci of the Hope Gospel Tabernacle me at the Church Monday afternoon The meeting opened with eroup singing, followed 'by prayer b; Mrs. Ferguson. The devotional was given by Miss Beatrice Aa'bram using the 8th chapter of Psalm as her subject She brought out in her devotiona thoughts the women in the Bible, in politics, missionary work, and s't ressing the importance of women in the home. She said that women are the guiding hand that leads th> family in Christian unity, knowing that religion strengthens the bonds of family love and loyalty. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Joe Burkey. Workers SS Class of Garrett Memorial Church M-et with Mrs . Ernest Cobb The Workers SS Class of the ue Ann Smith and Barbara Cas- Garrett Memorial Baptist Church on. There were 22 members and met in the home of Mrs. Ernest =71 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 "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" Only 10 Shopping Days Until ASTER always right for Spring According to Size. Also in PUMPS. $4.50 to $6,50 CAM White one-strap with cutouts and icwcled trim. For confirmation, graduation, and other special occasions, every little girl wants white shoes by Poll-Parrot. They're so dressy and smart for spring. And when they're Poll-Parrots, you know they last longer *nd fit better . . . because they're pre-tested! FAMILY SHOE STORE "Wheit Good UMI »ff fittt4 1131,2nd, Cobb on the Rosston Hwy Monday night with Mrs. Bertha Thofna* as co-hostess. IJhe meeting opened With two hymns, and the opening prayer by Mrs. Gladys Roberts. Mrs. Thomas gave the devotional using part of the 24th. chapter of Matthew as her subject. The president, Mrs. Ivory Roberts presided over the business session, after which the treasurer gave her report. Preceeding ths social hour delicious refreshments were serred to 12 members present. v Miss Owen Frith closed the meeting with .prftv- er. Surrouqhs—Tedford Miss Jo Anne Burroughs of Hope daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Joseph Burroughs, and Lt. Harold Calvm Tedfore, son of Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Tedfore of North Little Letters to the Editor TMs ii your newspaper. Write to it. Letters criticizing the editorial policy or commenting Upen faets in the news column*, art equally welcome. JBvsry writer ,tiust sign his name end ahd- rets but publication of n*me may be withheld It requested. Editor of the Star: "1 would publicly like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for the very fine job our Fire Departmen did Saturday evening in nvertinj what could have been a very serioui fire at the Ess6 Service Station mm, jj. (^. reoiore of North Little re al ule CjSSO service ataiion Rock, were married at three thirty here on East Third, 1 had hardly o'clock Sunday afternoon, February' turned in the Fire alarm 'before the f. at the First Rnntict r>v,,,-«u i- boTS were over here and hAd thin » -—--.*-*».., * ^.fc/*l*aij' 27. at the First Baptist Church in Hope. The church was decorated with baskets of white gladiolas and greenery, and white tapers. Rev. S. A. .Whitlow officiated, assisted by Rev. L. C. Tedford.'Mies Nina Sue Blagg of Little Rook sang, accon*. pained at the organ by Mrs. Hendix Spraggins. For her wedding the bride worp a full length gown of lace and satin. The bodice and sleeves were lace and had pearls at the neck, yolk and pointed sleeves. Tr..e finger tip veil was of tulle attached to the .iara of seed pearls. She carried a leart shaped bouquet centered with a white orchid. Maid of honor was Miss Jane Burroughs, sister of the bride, and sridesmaids were, Miss Sally Sul- .ivan of Lonoke and Mrs. Viva Brown of Malvern. The attendants were dressed in identical dresses of lace and tulle, the maid of honor's dress was blue and the brides maids were yellow. They carried leart shaped bouquets with two mineature orchids in the center. ' Miss Patsy Burroughs, sister of .he bride, and Miss Carolyn Sue Bishop, cousin of the groom, served as candlelighters._ They wore identical dresses of yellow tulle and .affeta and had aster wristlets. Miss Camile Bishop, cousin of .the groom, was flower girl and wore a blue dress of tulle and taffeta. Lt. Leroy Summers of Paragould served as best man and the jroomsmen were. Bob Highgate of Memphis, Col. Hodges of San Lorenza, California, Rudy Sullivent of 'ine Bluff, and James Curlin of Marion. The receiving line was formed in ;he vestibule of the Church and Hiss Carolyn Summers presided at he guest book. For a wedding trip to New Or- eanes the bride chose a green velvet suit with white and brown accessories and pinned the orchid rom her bouquet at/her^shoulder. Lt. and Mrs. Tedford will make heir home in Germany where Lt Tedford will.be stationed, of the state Racings-Commission says his group will agprove plans to set up a horse.:racing track at Texarkana, if the people Of the area like the idea.' • Lacy Lawrence of Texarkana said yesterday that there is not "any question ihat the Racing Commission will grant this track to Notice The Jett B. Graves SS Class of the First Methodist Church will meet at the church at 6 o'clock Tuesday evening and from thera boys were over here and had thii wall of flame extinguished. "So again our sincere thanks and a big pat on the back to our Fire MR. AND M«S. MAC MAC'S RESTAURAiNT Race Track Up to Texarkana Folks TEXARKANA member they will go to the, cabin of Mrs. Lloyd Spencer on Grassy Lake for a pot-luck supper. All members are urged to attend as there will be plenty of transportation for all. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Middlebrooks Jr., spent the weekend in Dallas visiting relatives. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Hope, Rt. 1 Mrs. Cleo Sinyard. Mrs. Cecil Holmes, Texarkana Mrs. Sam Roach, Hopa Julia Chester Admjtte'd: Mary-belle' Stuart—Rt 1, Hope; Mr. M.'E. Revels—Hope, Mrs. E. P. Davis—Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Arch" Moore^Hope, Hershel May—Rt. 1, Hope, Mr. Otto Rodden -^Prescott, Mrs. W. 'M.- Arnold- Hope, Mr. N. P. O'Neal—Hope, Varalee :Walker—Rt. 1, Hope Discharged: Mr.! Robert McDowell—Hope, Mr. H.;C. Jackson Hope, Charlene Turner—Hope, Mr ; EIrhore Walker—Fulton,-Mrs. Basil Dorman—Emmet '.. ,.;.,'' Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Davis—Tulsa, Okla. announce the arrival of a daughter March 25. Mr., and Mrs. W.' M..Arnold- Hope announce the arrival of 9 daughter, March 27. ' Luther and Marybelle Stuart—Rt. 1, Hope announce the arrival of a daughter—March 20. : As shown in NAVY BLUE CALF. Sizes 5i to 9, Widths AA-B $6.95 WLerever You LOOK... it's Calfskin for Spring All eyes hum ta«nioa<wi«9 ... they turn to toft, polighoa calf ... in wealth of pattern* «nd colors. See them toa»yl As shown In AVACXDO CALF with WHITE TRIM Sizes 5i to 9, Widths AAA. AA, and B. $8.95 Texarkana if the fr*8ple vrant-it.' LaWfenct 'laid A group of feS •rkant "businessmtn and citizen?' are ready to build a 1& million dollar track. • • A horse race track for Texarkana was proposed .Saturday at a meeting'of the Racing 'Commission at Hot Spring's. Lawrence declined to identify members> of- the group, backing the proposed track. The province of Ontario, Canada is larger than France and Spain combined, says .thWNatloftal Geo> graphic -Sbcfety/ > ' * " " •-" "~m~ ood than Any other children'* aiplrln. Mothers trust It, doctors approve it, children like it* orange flavor. The Stock Market is Down . . . Our Prices Hfe too! CREAM OIL PERMANENT Only 8.50 HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 7-2878 Take Your Prescriptions to 'v. Crescent Drug Store > Where they will be-carefully compounded by " who are graduate's^ 4-year •MUG STORf r Phone 74424 — Two thousand fillcns required to co^er ihe dottiif t tral section i ported into Scotland in or' riwy J«w*lry •RINK ,:- c | ^jiv^sfea ^V3 ,<?«*> " \, ' * s* r i*' \ • > •' Although.he own the Itr cst health and accident v ,i_ surance fgcncyinrthe wotld^ Earl Bj-ink- Kasfound time'"" visit' 103 countries and graph most of then), j -off 425,OOa,Aniles foot of colored motion ' t ture, film for every rtiile -has- -traveled^ * ,., '* ' » „ V -«• * lit 3 * ,* He is a member of the York? Explorers Club, ' J*ew york Ad venturers and the Ne^# navigators t?lu» _ fceing President of V Pictures and President of the Ngtiorts.' Mr. JBrirtlc is noted explorers^! *t>erson " Exploreraii ^ •r* . at I(lernbershlp is filling rapidly! Your Easter Suit in silky-soft i *r ''^"f "~>i»iifflw~"^*yli to l.v'f *^

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