Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 7, 1955 · Page 13
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 13

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 7, 1955
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'-ft' ttt MOM STAfe, MOM, ARKANSAS Thursday, April 1, 19S5 thuwday, April 7, fcslfmates are" thaf 46] fowei 1 production in Sweden has now living will [doubled twice since 1934 and now ftl some time dtiHng'notalj £3,700,000,000 kilowat hours 'a year. ... JTBUCKETTDOIT.., THE IIST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION ^- ftirm BuildifigS — Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost! OUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. Main Street -J3L. « O f I I f A PRESCOtT NEWS AS THE CROPS YOU CROW • ••; .• - - court*!? .' . . Ho, Cwollnii Btau Collm •Alriniltunl Cittenilon ssrrlw LILIAN NITRATE of SODA is th. •uly NATURAL NITRATE FERTILIZER ''fVae^fai, to dissolve —no waiting (or -...-.-. .--,, .— '•',• rkin-4 lati, effective action. Jni{rate.-QuiT»iiteiEd^42 : \'.^ /Eyiiryaon-of-Chilean contains BWvP''" 1 •io6dt:*i';"';^ ',"*" ' ' ; ""8odiura,equivalent to 650 pounds of Richest V>£ plint foods, ChfleUnVT '* eomWernial limestone-an acid- - BJjg^tti.',yalne». (nake Jiff.ffdk, ,pf. ' f deBtroyihg .ligent. The more Chilean ;;B(JB8l:; efficient and economical".. youlust, the greater its acid,«+., i M :r.,- r . :.,, ,. ;-;j ; ; ,;degtr4ying value. it-is"ITO'^if?Sojliym' supplements potash — ip;3.rjpis8j'' r.^heijiiJpec^gsary, substitutes for it — X'.FreC J(pjing,. v ,,,ie(lucea,.kachin8 losses of potash, smo(jthly.;-*.r-t">;:i calcititt,:'magneeium — releases un- •viBvaUsbie potash :in the soil. ';:•*" So^iuftii' irfcfea'sejs avSilability .of '''•' phosphate in the soil and improves efficiency of applied phosphate. ::i v^f'Chilean is rich in small quan- tftitie^""of minor:elements neces- ' t! sary'for healihy. vigorous growth I, 'rrit's .the only natural combi- ' nation of 100 per cent nitrate nitrogen, sodium and minor 1V elements. i CHILEAN NITRATE : SODA Among those from out of Who attended the funeral servicfe for W. A. Newth at the Frist Chriit ian Church on Monday morninj were Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sullivan of fiop lar Bluff, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. Ai;."S Cooper of Little Rock: Mrs. ton McKnight, Enid, Okla; Mr, and Mrs Bob Carlisle, Mrs. Ida McGuire of Gurdon; Mr. and Mrs. Claud Newth, Mr and Mrs. Louis Majors, Mrs. Ruth Cantley of Little Rock; Mrs. Price Ramsey Jr., Barbara and Scotty of Center, Texas; Jack Stivers of Fayetteville; Rev. R. A. Jtighsmilh of Broken Bow, Okla.; Rev. Edmund Pendleton, Mr. and (Mrs. Ed Pur cell of Hope. toWn in Gurdon on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Bcmis Chappcllc of Marshall, Texas were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Case Chappellet Their dauehter Terry, re- iriained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton. and Mrs. R. S. Hamilton attended the funeral services 'for M. V. Babb SHOP B&B SAVE NOTICE Call 7-9991 U-DO-IT or WE-DO-IT Valentine Washeteria OOP West 3rd Miss Opal Daniel of Hope was the guesi Sunday of Miss Haze] Matlock. Mrs. S. T. White, Jr., of El Dorado spent the weekend with her daughter, Miss Catherine Jane White Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lusby and daughter of Texarkan'a were weekend guests of her mother, Miss Fannie Newth. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pyler of Dallas, Texas visited in Prescott during the weekend. Mr and Mrs. Sammie McHenry lave returned to Fordyce after a weekend visit with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis and Mr.' and Mrs. Sam McHenry, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dorris at- .endcd the funeral services for M. V. Babb in Gurdon on Sunday at- ernoon. as their weekend guest, Miss Emily Mitchell of Little Rock. Jimmy Slagle. student at Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slagle. Miss Lillie Butcher has had as her guests, Miss Aline Murray and Miss Barbara Luin of Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Jada McGuire and Patti Nell of Little Rock were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs A. E. McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeVore, Sr., of Arkadelphia were the guests Sunday of their son, C. A. DeVore, and family. S. D. Dickinson has returned to Little Rock after recuperating from an emergency appendectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Craig of LittJp visited her mother, Mrs Bob Stewart over the weekend. Dallis Atkins has returned Ho -illle Rock after spending thp weekend with Mrs. Atkins. ' Mr and Mrs. J. Leland Lavender and sons of Hope were Sunday guests of Mrs. T. A. Lavender. • Mr and Mrs Dudley Gee, Mary Ethel and Bobbie of Hot Springs vere the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee and Mr., and VTrs. Allen Gee. ... . • 'V'~ .• Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas had W. M. U. Has Business Meeting The W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church met on Monday after, noon at the church for the month ly business meeting. The vice-president, Mrs. J. T. McHae, presided and the meeting was opened with the song "I Love To Tell the Story." Miss Lillie Butcher gave the devotional followed with the Lord's Prayer prayed in unison. Reports of officers and committee chairman were heard after which Miss Butcher voiced the closing prayer. ARE OUR BUSINESS We specialize in effective termite control. If termitei are the .problem, we have the answer. There'* no charge for an inspection so call on our long experience now. ARKADELPHIA TERMITE CO. 1032 Main Street Phone 1057 ARKADELPHIA ARKANSAS LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your -eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home with correct lighting fixtures. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 .Mrs. Pemberton Hostess To Presbyterian Circle 2 Mrs. Wallace Pemberton was hostess ,to Circle 2 of the Women of the Presbyterian Church at her home on Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ira Davis co-hostess. .Beautiful arrangements of spring flowers decorated the rooms. The chairman, Mrs. Tom Bemis voiced the opening prayer and con ducted the business. Mrs. E, M. Rowland presentee the Bible study on "Peace With God." The conversation period on "Our College" was led by Miss Jennie Lewis . During the social hour a delicious dessert .course was served to 15 members. Recruit Suicide Is Identified CAMP CHAFFEE, (UP) —Camp Chaffee authorities have identified a 17-year-old recruit who apparently committed suicide here Mon< day morning as Richard D. Cheney son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chen- The Red Cross traced his family to Iowa, where they had been visiting, but relatives said they | had "returned by bus. Mr. and Mrs. Cheney were met by a Red Cross representative at the bus station at noon here yesterday and inform ed of the tragedy, 30 hours after it had occurred. There are 1,200 mils of toll road in the United States. Now going on that sing of Spring I y&tj 'that lift your spirit*I that baby your budget! •/;:." '•''v; r ;i;»!'\;;v- , v ,.-,' . s. * ,• ._.. -•. • T HIS brand-new kind, of automobile., ( the sensation^ of till {the Auto Shows this- year-^ife now- rolling oiff the Buick assemblylines in volume numbers.That's the first news. '.".].'. T ,,,_ t % he pecpnd is JH^t, as wonderful- feH:',;:,7;iW.s dramatic new model is very definitely p^£ - everything that eager Ibuyers hoped it *S!i"r ' would be; • • • •• • ' jf'f>oor Riviera i? thefirsf' 'hardtop " <r avfflt'abh.with separate doors for rear- ^^t.Pffssen^ers-plus rear-compartment rwm ki§ as a,Buick'Size family sedan, fe":':'|.t; comes breezing in with all the low- m, I.~~A sw ^ep and wide open visibility of ^.Jt-s 'prigipal 2-Door Hiviera- I '-$81. with luxurious hew spaciousness in Jtvi^'it&l^a-'*' 'jl&MfttM&i.i M^m&m its sizeable and full-length 4-door body. With windows down, no posts appear for the rear doors, and you gel a completely unobstructed view at both sidns. You find rear doors are hinged at their front edges to swing wide and free, and assure easy entrance and exit. And, you'll find legroom, headroom and hiproom extra-generous both front and rear —with interiors tailored in fabrics and patterns specially reserved for the 4-Door Riviera. i$est of all, this new Buick beauty comes off the line in both the low-price SPKCIAL Series and the high-powered CLNTUHV Series, So you can pick your 4-Door Riviera with the potent performance of a 188-hp or 236-hp Buick V8 engine-the swift getaway and gas saving of Variable Pitch Dynaflow*- the velvet stride of the Million Dollar Ride - the long list of Buick bonus features at no extra cost — and all at "grc-:it buy" prices that'have helped move Buick into America's "Big Three" of best sellers. i J3ut —better come see us' about the 4-Door Riviera now, . ' 'With all-out production-and a prompt order — this newest excitement in cars will be yours that much sooner, * Dynaflow Drirc ij. s/anttard on RoaJtnaitcr, optional at exira cust on other Series, B^St""' ^ T/M7// of « •^•MILTON BERIR STARS FOR BUICK See trifj Pij^k-tiorlc Si->ow Aliernofo T^cida/ C.cr.ingj SID ROGERS BUICK CO. BLONOII JOIN THE Easter at Owen's. Our Big Savings Will Continue Through Saturday I AMR FACTPD LAISIEJ EAJIEK Smart hew styles in these pretty Easter dresses, and they are certainly budget priced. Juniors, regulars, and half sizes. S5.95 to Puts Your Dress in our Lay-Away A Must- For Easter TOPPERS Just the topper for the Easter parade. 8.95 to 24.' USE OUR LAY-AWAY DOVEDOWN NYLONS They are here! Angle Skin nylons in 60 gauge. First quality. Knee lengths also. $1.00 to $1.25 CHILDRENS SKIRTS AND BLOUSES Big assortment of these in pretty new styles for Easter and later. $ / O ^ 1rf\ ^K. H £**#*& IU «P«^ COTTON BLOUSES Beautiful assortment of these and they are regular $2.95 and $3.95 values. All one price PRINTS AND CHAMBRAY This is 36 inch, fast color in new patterns and assorted colors. LITTLE MISS EASTER DRESSES Outstanding values in these cute little dresses. Buy now as they are outstanding values. Sizes 1 .to 3, 3 to 6 y and 7 to 14. $1.98 to $5.95 4 yds. 14,000 YARDS FABRSCS If you sew you'll find it here. 45 inch nylon, solids, fancies and checks. Is. $l.i Dress & Casual SHOES Womens and misses Easter shoes in all the pretty new styles. $2.95 to 3.95 SANDALS . . . $1.98 to $3.95 Chicken Feather PILLOWS Regular $1.69 values. Extra special $1.00 LITTLE MISS SHOES Pretty styles for the Easter parade. Sizes for everyone. Heavy Brown SHEETING This is 40 inch sheeting. Extra special $1.95 to 5 yds. $1.1 BIRDSEYE 27x27 DIAPERS These ore first quality diapers. Regular $2.39 values. While 200 dozen last. Only $1.69 doz. Women's Rayon PANTIES These are regular 49c values. Extra Special 5 prs. $1.00 Nylon Marquisette Panels Here is really an outstanding value buy. Buy enough for all your rooms.. WOMEN'S 98c PANTIES Buy a supply of these at this special low price. $1.00 2 prs. Men! Look Your Best On Easter Morning . . . Hampton Heath Smart new styles for Easter and Spring. New fabrics and shades you'll like. Complete range of sizes. USE OUR LAY-AWAY FREE ALTERATIONS Men's Short Sleeve SPORT SHI! Just arrived. Hundreds to select from. Extra special. Men'| Chambray WORK SHIRTS These are first quality, heavy chambray shirts. Regular $1.49 values $1 CO •^l DEPARTMENT STORE WIVES GET LONELY IN THE AFTERNOON-I'LL CALL BLONDIE AND CHEER HER UP WHAT SEEMS ^Illlf I DON'T KNOW TO BE THE J S " IT FADES TROUBLE A i r-iWLJEJUL. I // ^——-" ^* WITH YOUR J W 'sIV TELEVISION, *X A A' MRS. BUMSTEAD) ^ Vegetable Dish Answer to Previous Purple ACROSS 1 Gumbo 5 beets JL 8 Onionlike * vegetable 12 Bamboolike grass 13 Exist 14 Indian 15 Conduct 16 Mover's truck 17 Feminine appellation 18 Withstand 20 Hebrew- prophet * 21 Against * 22 Number 23 Worried 26 Gift 30 Individuals 31 Versifier 32 Golf mound 33 Possessive pronoun 34 Nostril 35 Diminutive of Stanley 36 Vegetable * for salads * 38 Swiss 39 Fruit drink 40 Genus of grasses '41 Primitive Christian love feast 44 Waited on table 48 Outer garment 49 Gre?n s 51 Brazilian state 52 Heavy blow 53 Unit of reluctance 54 Geraint's wife in Arthurian legend 55 Marries 56 Shade tree 57 Promontory DOWN 1 Shield bearing 2 Sharp 3 Peruse 4 Assigns 5 Black bird 6 Age . 7 Low haunt S Citrus fruits 9 Ages 10 Ireland 25 Pause 26 Minute skin opening 27 Girl's name 28 Approach 11 Lock openers 29 Conduce 19 Baton 20 Encounter 22 Large plant 23.Wind 24 Poker stake 40 Sacred song 41 In a line 42 Departed 43 Sleeping 45 Weathercock 46 Goddess of 31 Step discord 34 Unclothed 47 Fathers >; 35 Hone 49 Priority & 37 Small candles (prefix) 38 Mine shaft hut 50 Lamprey R Z & lb K 5Z 55 7 38 8 10 flfe 17 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith f "" -/^v "A *\ 17 T. M. g,g. U. 6. P«» Off. '"• ''—•"•- — -i.^./ . M. gig. U. ipr. 1955 b, NEA S«r»Ic.,-, Inc. r<ff >• i*-*.* vj «(,n 9fir*tuot inc. ,"Npvy don't tell me to diet, Doctor, after starving all I.: r ° Msh lrent! Hpw §j3(?Mt the wsual bpttle 9 f V'ng tonic?" "Would it help any, dear, if I were to invite the Collector of Internal Revenue over for dinner some evening?" By Chick Yc«B§ HELLO DEARJ TALK TO VOU NOV. ';y~t *,*»« cv; -TBiSS"i -S!*' Ir^,^ ^i! OUT OUR WAY By J. k. William* BEAUTV STRIPS THEY WON'T ALLOW A T.V. SET IM CARS, THEY PUT THESE HERETO LOOK AT AM'YOU , i< i „ DASSM'T/ LAUGH--YOU CAM'T H' POSIES R £•=>. AN 1 CAN PEDESTRIAN) Cnf«. 1WS bj I7M Setrfw. tr*. T. M. Iht.», S. P.t 0(1. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major H»opl 0 I'A\ <3OtMS TO PETAIM TH5 LE&AL PlG/AOF BACHES, . HA55MPF5FF5G, CLIPP5 AMD •SPISOT— AMD •5U& TMAT TKIEF FOR *&flOO,'ooo! ITS AsiOPSNl'ANjD OF MACHEEL LIFE IM A Asi 1 ALL You't-L. 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BUT IM NOT A LAWMAKER, ANP VOU AR& A SUSPECT/ INSPECTOR, WHAT C"O SOU MAkE OP THIS? , By Michael O'Mdlley dnd Ralph LflU* : ' -. • vvi&V.>/:...;;:.; :,,-: RETURWS|to 0j"1C.K "T11JC tbt&A LlAA tft\J&Kf inc vvW rW^w 0EBNJLOOKINJ© •feat WASH TUBBS By Turner KOi LULU BELLEl APfER WHAT, HAP- THIS - WIU'6TAYrtiW«lf • J|^ E4gar martin SOOTS AND HER BUSIES NO MOVit OY XOIVR BUGS BUNNY • I THINK I GOT YER WASHER FIXED; ELMER.' 'I'LL PLUS IT I/IF JT V" IN AN' VOL) // DOESN'T, A .•»&>« TELL ME IF I VOU WON'T tt-7 ALLEY OOP STOP MUMBLIN'.' I CAN'T MAKE OUT A WOR SAVIN'/ By V. T. Homli. WELL, YES, IT COULP/ANYWAY, WHAT'S 7 DIP SOME- \ HAVE BEEN A /WE WASN'T WHA55AULLTH'/BOPYCATCH A FISH CAUGHT / READY, SO MATTER/YELLIN'I A FISH,OR PIP JPOC...BUT THE ( IT DIDN'T , ABOUT?\ A FI5H CATCH j LINE BTOKE AND V COUNT. soMEBOpypy HE ear., AWAY/ . zm S£w m v*-4 .1 r^ rw •n, • ,V \'^ff>M / CTMON.X OKAV."OSCAR. OOP, GIVE UltL HOLD TH' ME A HANP \ SECTIONS WITH THI5 ) WHILE VOU ^ FDLDINfi J BOLT 'I=M . 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