Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 11, 1955 · Page 4
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MOM It At, HOP I, AtRANSAI Stofs nef«, haW less t« ill*, (ft toaLihi-JiWiftte bahR tfce> *l»t*<Jnes in the 40 legislators will not PRESCOTT NEWS , L6e Lions Club Speaker 1 • : the Ptescott'Lions Club met in regular session on Thursday noon 'CY 3. ChildiJes and other relatives. Mr. ancf Mrl. Ralph Hayfiie. Joe Sellers Sets Poce in Spa Practice HOf SPRINGS, rfl -rr- Another and Glenn of Smackover spent practice round was on top today , at~the Broadway Hotel with aB^Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Brozie.for the 125 or so golfers entered '"fp JiXfino'lfnembers attending. m.' pYesTure of ^Wallace Sage presided In the '"•• — tt the president and introduced tea- Abut unaerljiftg the oiT financial ', &rtolneV wemijet-s and of rrtlfilsterg have to watch the lies, , .f fttrUdmelttttar gflderStcrelary, fio aniwdi-g tffi ft the Jnlll qucs- in the HdUiteiof CotnfnohS for T L Haynie. Mr. in the $15,000 Arlington Hotel Open golf tournament. MARKETS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, lit (ft -»- Hogs 9,000; fairly active; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows 25-50 lower; choice 380-220 Ib. 17.00-75; 220-240 Ib. 16.7517.00; 240-270 Ib. 16.23-75; 140-170 „.._ Ib. 16.25-1700; sows 400 Ib down and Mrs. .Dale W-ilson ofj Tournament, play opens .at the 1325-14.25; heavier sows li.75- Hope were the weekend guests of U minister,, • - - '' ft . a total of 2,- _ v ,. v *feUtef *afns B.OOO fi'd naygiback an average in takcsi , year,~afl flH-paftv commit- Lee Who gave an interesling Mrs. Dale Walson. on ."The Country Mr*, Jime& Moore Complimented Mrs. Sam McHenry and Mrs. Lawrence Stdyall complimented Mrs. James Moore with a pink and Hot Springs Country Club tomor- 1OW. Amateurs, and p rofeS^ionals Mr. and Mrs. George Howard .alike received an open doot into Haynie of Magnolia were the week- the tournament. .At first, qualifying end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thur- rounds were scheduled ftjty ama- mah Hajrnie. teut entries. Then, when .t'hfe field Uirned up so small, the ciuaiify- Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Willis hart ing was cancelled and , all entries weekend guests Mr. and Harold Barber of Shreveport, blue, shower on Thursday after- -™™ ^^^^ ^ ^ noon. The McHenry home was tifillly decorated with a variety of spring blossoms-placed ol vanlage poinls. The honoree was presenled 'tnfnended *^> fiflj poilnd corsage of mixed flowers mtersper iut Prime Minister it cKJU'said'tfie gdverffmefit "did feel jusUfied" Jn Raising MPs' >,^While'-urging tf)e fiatlofi's trad HltJHs tibt ,16 press for increas- ,* v lhStetid, he handed out the ex- ehses allowance. lied a big fortune and-still man ES to keeprar.Wat*htui;ey'e dn the "|iy hietal'-broikinf business, irthti GAnse°i;yitlye r s'ide, > (Sir "rtey Batter, drama critic, Icastef; and.ilect'urer,' makes a tlVe Jiving'b&nhlg !pen. Foreign , ilef" Hafolti.'Mp&nillan heads '•family "publishing; business. "* H'^ ^ftly ««en,^ithiponfixed jobs, whij'-jjre.^ible to com, ir-ning ^>rtd ruling. Its ,vir- •g«i|y £$P9IMjtetf ^ any M** ', to ^— - '•— ordinary job and M««. ih*^-acute financial --'-'-*• miejj prominent rtjuhities refuse sed with pacifiers. Appropriate games were played With the prizes being won by Mrs. •Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ingram, Jerry and James Harold sponl the weekend in Hot Springs with Mrs. Annie Hill and other relatives. were' booked for the t ournament. Sellers, a Hot Spring's pro, 12.75; boors 8.50-11.50. Caltle 2,500; calves 700; steady to 25 higher; commercial and good steers 18.00-21.50; good and choice heifers anl mixed yearlings 17.75-20.50; trading dull On cows, barely steady; utllily and commercial 11.5M3.00; canners and Cutters 8.50-11.00; bulls, vealers tin calves steady; utility and commer cial bulls'13.00-14.50; caners aiid _, _ . . fired the low praeliCe round on cutters 10.50-12.50; good and choice record yesterday, a fiveHinclfer-par 07. Many of the pros and amar teurs who toured the course yesterday for practice did not keep Mr. and Mrs. Doug Milam and Children, .Doug and Gail of Hot Dawson Henry and Mrs. Dennis Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. Huey Ledbettcr. Moore received her lovely gifts if} a basket, decorated in pjnk. '•A dainty dessert course was served tp 30 guests. Mlam during the weekend. Mr«- .Jpe.R. Hamilton Kiyvanl* Speaker Mrs. Joe R. Hamillon was the guest speaker at the weekly meeting of the Prescott Kiwanis-Cldb held at the' LSwson Hotel on Thursday evening. Mrs; Hamilton was introduced toy (Floyd Hubbard and gave an infor- Imative'talk on "Bird Life and Song Birds in This Area." Milton Stoker was welcomed as a new member. ltt \ lore for Small i, -rTJie s tren.4 in y cpn'tjnues a\vay r om big stuttj6'rbperatior>I and to—i ^ * i—i^_.—«__A ppodpc* Mr. and Mrs. Regan Have Supper Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Regan were hosts at an informal supper on the back lawn pf th^ir home'tm Saturday evening. The natural surroundings formed a colorful back ground for the ..tables where the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Giiss McCaSkill, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Moberg and Mrs. J. E. Regan were seated. f plct«««,nit»^ong«r pay off. the;spe£|aj attractions make Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Golden, Mrs, P. A. 'Escarre, Mrs. Wayne Eley,: : J.eff Livingston, Freddie and Barbara, Moberg, Simone Golden, Merilyn Lee, Dolores Escarre, Ginger Cruse, Jim McKenzie, and Torpmy I<ce attended the Methodist Youlh Fellowship Meeting 'in Center Point on Saturday jj}m Nelson, Billy Pat Anderson, Parl Dalrymple Jr., Stephen and Walter. DeVpre attended the Presbyterian Youth Rally in Hope Friday night. Orvillc Kellcy of Commerce, Texas, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hooks, nas been named 'band director at Henderson Slate Teachers . College, Arkadelphia. vealers 19.00-24.00; high choice and prime 24.00-26.00. Sheep 1,000; spring labs steady old crop labms weak to 50 lower; score. I ewes steady; choice and prime Professionals on the scene yes- Spring lambs 22.50-23.50; good and terday for a practice round in-1 choice 20.00-22.00; shorn ewes 4.00- cluded Gary. Middlecoff, Bo Win- 5.00. inger, Byron Nelson and Doug Ford. ng. wbio>;fii£i9ces'< an'd' releases s 1 foc,L tiMfim$tints, .plans to ^jJut-out 45 pieties this ye?r, comr 1 •' ' to an «Mage pf 3ff fpr the 8. i '{( '•->>• smgx filtns .for in- ^"f»*'- f *• Lit ' doesYao jna^en«lcpt oper- Few Answers to Vaccine Confusion By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON Iffi— At this point there are UVo main questions behind the confusion about the anti- polio vaccine: Is it safe? Is the government in any way responsible i lor 1 some o£ the confusion? Is it safe?? The experts say yes But the- government is •': checking. Of the, five million children- vaccinated .since mid-April, 51 have developed polio, 44 of ,them being give nthe vaccine . of • company, Cutter Laboratories. Cutter's vaccine was. withdrawn frorri use. The . government , is studying it intensively. Whether there is any connection between ^Cutter's vaccine and Ihe polio • 'in Ihe children who " got : it may'be known within , two weeks. Is the government .in any -way responsible for some of the -jcpn- fusion? .The answer to this'seems tp be yes After saying'for'weeks the vaccine being used is safe, Dr. eonaid Scheele, surgeon general f the U.S. Public Health Service, as called for a temporary halt-in • after one Deaths Around the Nqtion By .The Associated Prets ". - . . ORLANDO, F-lai — Brig. Gen. Francis D. Henderson, 74,' retired warden of Ohio ' Penitentiary • at Columbus, '• World War I 'hero and National Guard leader. Died- yesterday. • VANCOUVER, B. C. — Tommy Burns, 73, world heavyweigb.^ boxing champion from 19Q6 to"1908. Bprn Noah Brusso in Hanover,. Ont. Died -yeslerday. ' MIAMI, Fla. — Edward N, Claughlon, ,60, Miami financier who owned inlerests in railroads, theaters and hotels. Died yesterday. HOOD RIVER, Ore. — Stephen E. Hurley', 62,' Chicago attorney, former president of the -Chicago Civil Service Commission and long active in state, county and city law groups and civjc affairs; Born in Tenney, Minn. Died Monday. NEW YORK STOCKS Whites 70 per cenl and over A's 35; 60-69.9 per cent A's 35; mixed 35; mediums 32.5; U. S.standards 32.5; dirlies 31; checks 29; current receipts 32. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK W—Cotton futures Were lower today on liquidation and hedging. Declines extended to 65 cents a bale .before the market recovered partially on Irade buying and short Covering. Only dislanl July showed a gain, 'wilh lhal delivery rela- lively inaclive. Some selling was believed lo be againsl purchases of . coltpri from the C.C.C. by merchants who were Said to have-submitted bids to that agency for 'about 60,000 bales. Late afternori prices GO 'cents 'a bale lower to: 5 cents higher than the previous close.'May 34.50, July 34.09 and October 34.10. GRAIN AND PRIVISIONS CHICAGO I/PI —Wheat and rye wore the, targets for selling on the Dennis O'Keef Tries Hand at Directing By BOB tHOMAS Education Board to Study Budget LITTLE ROCK W) the state Board of Education will meet to- tnorrow <o consider a report on suggested administrative savings and to fix its budget for the next Jixcal year. .* The savings plan, which call!* 1 ~?m Wednesday, Mfty 11, If 35 HOP! STAR, MOM* AftRANSA! SOCIETY Phone 7-3481 Between • At M. and 4 P. M. he has to think about the future." This truism comes from Dennis O'Keefe, who not only has thought about the future. He has done something about it. "In a few years, I would have to start slipping out' of leading parts and n into character roleSi" he remarked. "If an ,actor is of the caliber of Walter Huston or Lee J. Cobb, the transition isn't hard. He can become a character actor and make good money at it. But lesser actors don't face as promising a future. "And as I grow older, I feel the urge to do the things I enjoy doing. When you're young, you're more interested in making money ?nd you take whatever parts come along. But as you mature, it becomes more important to do the things that satisfy you." A good m,any actors aim at di- Bbnrd of Trade today while other reeling as theif life's ambition, but HOLLYWOOD UPV— "There comes|f or " e 'ii rn 'inaUon of certain services a lime in every aclor's life when anc j possible slaff reduclions, W4S NEW YORK WV—Aircrafls ran cereals mainly fluctuated around not many achieve it. O'Keefe now int som selling pressure and spjcl lower today in ; a generally declining stock market/ ..Leading,ajrcrafls were .down 1 lo \ points, while losses in the. rest of the list- went to between 1 and 2 points at the most. Gains extended up 1 to a point in key sections. .Trading was ..moderate in the neighborhood of 2'/4 million shares fpr the day. Yesterday's lotal in a .falling' [ market was 2,150,000 shares. previous closing prices. Both of the bread grains were- under pressure following issuance UHe! yesterday of an Agriculture D.eparlmenl crop report. The department's ; estimate on winter ''wheat production was not re.duced as much as some traders had expected. Its estimate of rye has, and he couldn't be happier. •He nurtured the idea for years, but when he broached it .to producers they would bluster, "Shut up and get back to the set!' Observed O'Keefe: "I had prepared by a personnel cpmmit- -alendar tee. TWO APPOINTMENTS LITTLE ROCK, (UP) — GoV. Orval new E. Paubus has named two members of the Arkansas Wednesday May 11 The John Cain Chapter DAR 111 meet Wednesday. May 11, at >rk>w Hotel with Mrs. Paul Kli- |h t . Mrs. Gus Haynes and Mrs. hii Keck as hostesses. Merit System council, regulatory ,^__ body for the stale civil seryice. jIMThe Paisley P. T. A. will hold *_t-— r*«it!«r* punnnAr^c Plrl ASlV^ lii^^lniMh In ct rv»ao4intf rtt 4V»ic3 traQT* iseum "by 5:30 p. «. Friday, May 13th. All members who can help serve the supper are «sked to bt at the Coliseum by 8 p. m. Landers—McClerneni Marriage Announced The wedding of Miss Letha .Landers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Landers of Hope to J. W. Me- DOPOTHYDiX Two SWes Of Question Dear Miss Dix: Aboul a year ago'l seen each other several times ties, careful thought and discussion can <bring to light many points a '' agreement. There is no problem emb»rris»m«Si e* seeing trim thl*- up in aft u«ly 1«|«1 fh«ss. Th* coming child ceHiihiy deserves cotisidet«tion, thon*h it» do notl .Mis Would you please News Briefs (UJ»> " *o« born to Mr. and Mrs. Rafr fes«- Ing yesterday was the iOOth great *ho .13 children, all Al . A-in U\A\^L a \J±. **w^**» »— •— • "•- -•; OCUIJ CaV.ll VL11C1 BCVCidi 11111C a «* ' ll» 1 I." ti 1. Clemens, son of Mrs. L. H. Me- week and are very compatible., a Se that hasn t been ' . . *«. «*_S«M_ * ••*--•» «..« «**, „ r I r%*rOf/»rkmfl Hw er\rr\t\ nan Jr. High Auditorium at 3:30 p. m. , . . . ., and the executive meeting will be Clemens and the late Mr. McCle-; Here . s the catch . Mart ha is only ov ^. c ° me by S T1 held at 3 o'clock. Thursday May 12 The Hope Business and Profes- mens of Texarkana was an event' 6th. The Rev. Howard White, pastor John Collins succeeds Ed Ash baugh and Raymond Rebsamen slonal Women's Club will hold their of Unity Baptist Church officiated regular monthly meeting Thurs- Mrs. Frank Thomas of Hope Was day May 12, at Hotel Barlow at 7 the 'bride's only attendant, and Mr. p. m. The Educational and Vocat- Thomas served as best man. am a widower of 49, I Martha loves dearly. I™resportse much older than to my repeated offers of marriage (Differences that offer the most living. 13- are 67 100 the husband or, in our ages is too great. She a Even these have produced a better chance meeting of this year Ional Commitlee, Mrs. Sam An- After' a'short wedding trip the ^/Sn^on^l Ce" Do "you ° f ."««*•• «*•» - >««•«• .i. -. A. ednesday May 11, at 3 p. m. Mr. drews chairman, will have charge couple will be at home in Texark- tnink ner contention that love c Answer: When a girl is so greedy as to Insist on retaining presents that aren't rightfully hers, ho ac* tion is too severe to force her into doing the right thing. One advantage gained by her behavior Is the that she "one dren have become (parents yet. Of Mrs. Strack's own children. one has 12. The largest family among the great-grandchildren includes 15 youngsters. . . ....„:*&-. there*! I b*6?'* II • Y/rtcaV'VdmfintlclsW 'it lii HiRh Schddl. It'* matical fact. The school pi says there itC each. men are from Little Rock. A university of Illinois study indicates that children usually learn the grammar they will use for the rest of their lives between their first and third birthdays. leaker, and his subject will be, son - Southwesl District Chairman Those blending the wedding 'hat Are You Going to Be?" In- °' Texarkana will hold inslallalion were: Mrs. Howard While, Mr. and 1 ' "" Mrs. J. N. Landers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mr. Erwln Gleg. allation of officers will be held of officers |r 'the coming year, and all Mo ler's are urged to attend. Saturday May 14 The Music Makers will meet for ence is j ust ified? MAGNOLIA, (UP)—Bees don't „,,_„._.., *i,,.v.u u^iu.!...«..« ....... —., - , j talk much about the weather, but two people rush headlong into wed- not have made a good wife and the they did somet hing about it here. rf.?. Tapp.n' Horner. All four «race Hub^rd ' win be guesi of the program. : Mrs. Eileen John- ana where the groom is emoted ^"^ ^ rge an age dif{er . ^/^» ^j^™™ spo^'young man 7s f OrtunaTe to" know, "ft™ Ss °™™%* %T^ 1 „__ £.„„ T :tno ttnnk ^^Knab- n r =n^ v,i« c,,v,io^* ,,,in »,«, son. Southwest District Chairman Thnsp •atlpndine the wedding „„„„ !„ i,, f t:r, 0 A-> r.WAHT.ES IOCK wun a »»ougnt ol aanger spots f. "f < . ,__ __«._. «t- — ...... lne " swarmea an over ahead. When age differences are . Answer: Coincidentally, Ihe let-| given care f u i consideration, intell- chances to direct—but on a 15-day schedule. That's too tough for a guy "who would be trying to learn. leased, it already appears to be a success for him. The picture wa** bought outright and will be released by 20th Century-Fox. t "Europe is an ideal place far a director to . break -in," • he said.) "Production costs are ; not >; aS; high; there.. Instead of a • 15-day sche'd-i lile, you get 24- or 30 -•' days..And if you go over thai, there's no { •"">"<• loss." • '.•- ' ; •• '*••.. ".. 112:30. Each |Tho Garland P. T. A. will meet a . P icni = Saturday Jay llth at 3 p. m. Installation of 14 ' at Fair Park ficcrs will be held and all mem- Jare urged lo attend. The Ex- (jut'ive board meeling will be held 2:30 in the school office. rranK rnomas, ivir. E.IW..I «•*.»-•. .. horn, Mrs. Earnest Russell and £ myw ™ a1 }. Mrs. Aubrey Bozark all of Hope, I""' ter immediately follownig yours tpeople can rise above any dil> morning May Mrs. L. H. McClcmens and Ida from 10:30 til of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Jess girl is lo bring a Everctl, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everett line-up was from a emmas they prese nt. as very successfully age hurdle. Her words help you. Dear Miss: I have been married (The Jr-Sr. High P. T. A. will jieet 'Wednesday May 11, in the , production .was considerably high-! Stars .like Robert Montgomery or Mr. qnd Mrs". George Stratman and Joljn of - Arkadejphia were the guests Sunday' of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee. majte a more thorough check on 11'the companies' vaccines than it Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr. spent Friday in Little Rock. "Hev. and Mrs. R. A. Highsmith of Broken Bow, Okla. wore Ihe guesls Friday and Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley. , -whp )is ..now 'producing and direct- a cast Mr, and Mrs., Leon Garretl and farnjly of l^aples, Texas were Ihe, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs jumped to "Apache" and Cruz" 'for Hurt Lancaster. After producing and directing a Mickey Spillane film, he decided it was time ; .. to sharpen up ''The Big Knifp." For $10,000 plus a percentage of the profits, he acquired the story rights from Odets and lined up the cast. •The budget came t o$425000 of which $203,000 was for the cast Thie is pmnp}ng}y low, consider jng the pizp of the cost, A sim project on a major lot yvoijlc run a miP jon and a hnl took him a few~ye»rs to rem- that. »' started directing filing, r thei) dollars. Within three days of getting -the green light from thp backers, rich was in produclfpp, JJe shayec costs by using pn ancient but ade quate ijtudio near downtown Lo Angejes. He hopes to. somplete the film in 16 duys, toarring temperament— "that's one thing you can budget," ' ANNOUNCING THE OPENING WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 OF DUKE'S BEAUTY SALON IMt WfM 7th 5»fwr .... Phone 7-4389 V^rigtion Cut ~r- Ethel Moron Cawnqtf Meeting May 3,1955, W0s passed wrgJn9 gsers pwrposes, to Install woter tpwers, and iL iii^vtnt pf on emergency, the refuse wqter service if a water l?een installed Hope Wqtfr gnd Light Plant " Jack Fi$Jdinp, Menager accinations. hy? So' the government •can HOOD RIVER, Ore. Stephen E. Hurley, 62, Chicago attorney, former president of the Chicago Civ?} Service Commission '.and long Active in state, county ; arid city law groups 'and civic affailrs, 3orh in Tenney, .Minn, .pied',Mpn(Jay;' San Francisco — Rabbi v ' ..R.u- dolph i. Cpf fee , ;7(Bj "r'ngtioijajly known for "Introducing religjous; ajd and edycation ,jnto prisons,; ^t .various times ' chajjlain' -'at;' Folsom,' Pan 'Quentin and Alcatra? 'prisons and wlfo : .' hefd many : iipRor|;ant posls in ..national. Jewjsh charitable organizations. Bqrh :"iit 'Oakland, Calif. Died/yesterday. > ^i'-j ! POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO, :'(UP)— Live" poultry Market vl'eak. 11 -trucks. Chicago poultr yboard price changes since yesterday:. Hens:-Colored over 5 Ibs. 23 : /2 cents a ipound; colored 5 Ibsi and under 28'/ 2 . , ; 'Butter steady; -receipts 1,436,512; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 56.75; -92 A 5675; 90 : B 54.5; 89 C 53; cars; 90 B 55; 89 C 53.5.' • Eggs about steady; receipts41,- 470; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 lower; U. S. large Whites .70 per cent and over A's changed to i lower; U. S. large er than the amount produced last year. Wheat closed 1 cent lower to »/ 4 higher, May $2.18-, corn >/ 8 lower." to .higher, May; 1.47%-%, oats % lower to J / 4 higher, May 73-%,- rye id before. And it vhat is known 'the seems frorn. government Mobile Sheds Some Miseries of May ad time to do before what it is oing now. In last summer's test of the yac- ine developed by Dr. Jonas Salk, ponsored by the National Fourida- ion for Infantile Paralysis, all the /accine used was made by two companies, Eli Lilly and Parke- Davis. Since only .several hundred housand children were getting this vaccine in 1954, only a compara- ively fpv/ batches of it were needed. But .every, one of these batches ivas'triple-checked: by the man- ufaclureis, by Dr. Salk for 'oundation, and by Ihe National :nstitules of Heallh, Pisrt of Public HeaJth Service. The foundation, further contracted not only with Lilly'pnd Parke- Davis but with four other ' manufacturers, including Cutter, make vaccine fpr. use on perhaps nine million children in the spring of 1955, if results of the 1954 test proved favorable. On April 12 came the announcement the vaccine had proved to 90 per cent effective. At once with governmental approval, th< manufacturers began dlslribul- ing it. ' When, asked Why the government did not check eoch individual batch, Dr. Scheele said that since the vaccine was first produced, number of companies have had "continuous experience" in producing it and have ''stpwn their abilities." He explained there had been spot checks and approval of th,e commerfiel laboratories' production techniques. If pjoduction of this vaccine began last November,, as a foundation official says and it takes 90 days to make—it would seem the health.service had time between November and April 12 to check the individual batphes. Now it is making a much more thorough pheck. Four Escape From DeWitt Prison peWJTT, W— Arfcansas officeis are looking for escaped prisoners who J^ft water running in the county jail, Arkansas County Sheriff Harpld Woortspn said that four men had been arrested gupday and three of them were charged with public drunkeness and a fourth w'as charged with driving while intoxicated. They were jldicig in a pickup truck. Sunday night thp mew knpoked loose a piece of pipe and used jit to knock bripks Ipose frp.m |h.e wall of the jgncient jail- They tipd b^pkets togeHver pnd escpppd jlroro the second story cell. The shejjff h8 d impounded tljeir trwck, but th,ey regained . ppsse«- sion of U by wiring around the By The A»foclated Mobile's : Bears has shed , some of their May miseries today alter ginning 'their 'first- game, of the rripnlh '.'.-' via ; : the; jjudipioiis .pitching .cif '^.enneshaw . Mountain 'Landis 'd : a bit .of fancy 'base stealing. r; This: "Bruins last night dispelled the'npti'bn. that. they; \yere going to hibernate all "season by defeating Nashy.iilfe 7-3, 'thus breaking a victory dr£u£ht that began April 30 and "had run ''. to 11 consecutive lpEse's'.>'''. v -.'.'••:• • " New Orleans -widened its Southern' AssQciatibh lead to two games by '. trimming Birmingham 4-3, Little Rock defeated • Atlanta 6-1 •and. Memphis reclaimed •'• second plaice by dumping the Chattanooga : Lookbuts 7-5. lower, May Biirt Lancasler could have long schedules when they start directing, but it was impossible for me." •O'Keefe got his break in Europe. He starred in, wrote, directed and produced a picture called -"Angela" in Italy. Still unre- $1.02, soybeans unch 7 /ijanged -to '/ 2 lower, May $2.53-2.52. "Wheat: none. Corn: No. 1 yellow 1.511/2! No.' .2 '1.51 1/ 2 -52; No. 3 1.40i/ 4 No. 5 1.47; sample grade 145. Oats: No 1 heavy mixed' 77; No. 4' heavy white weevily 76'/4; No. 1 white 76; No. 3 71i/ 2 . Soybean oil:. 12; soybean meal: 54.50. Barley- nominal: mailing choice 1.36-53; feed 1.00-15. s Jonesboro Man Held for Robbery JONESBORO (fP)— Roscoe P. Bar low -today was charged with bank robbery by federal authorities and bound over to a U.S. grand jury which meets next August. U.S. Commissioner Homer E. McEwin se'l bail al $7,500 for the 39-year-old ex-city employe, who was arrested yesterday only minutes after the attempted robbery of a Jonesboro bank. The lone bandit, with a silk stocking over his head, lied up three employes of Ihe People's Nalional Bank before he was chased from the scene by.bank employ- es and then cornered in an alley by a policeman; THE BEAUTY BOX ;' Open 6 Days a Week Appointments after 5 I Jk for those who work. Phone 7-5850 112 S. Main WORLD S LARGEST SELLER AT IW SHEnGER Spring Time is Kodak Time We feature EASTMAN KODAK line. CAMERAS, FILMS, TRIPODS, PROJECTORS. ALBUMS, FLASH GLOBES AND OTHER SUPPLIES. COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE. 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST Then* PLAN NOW FOR A COOL SUMMER The newest ih fans and air conditioning . Solve all your summer •, comfort problems with these versatile new fans! ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 NOW! AT: 2:34 - 4:47 • 7:00 'box lunch dnough for herself and and Miss a guest, if any. The dessert and .Texas. drinks will ibe furnished by the hostess, Kitty Jones, Dianne Helms and Suzanne McNeill. . a ,,u mi. _____ -.«.... Jane Everett of Leary, I twice. My first husband was a man of my age, an alcoholic, corn- Christian Women'i Fellowship Met Monday May 16 : W. S. C. S. Circle No The Christian Women's Fellow- pletely irresponsible, to whom could never turn for security. the the ruth before, rather than after, t cmpe rature gage at Municipal he married her. Airport and stopped weather reports from here for two days. Dear Miss Dix: I am a young divorcee and have been going with a married man for some time. I am expecting his child. He already has a family of his own and refuses I to assume any responsibility for In the United States about 300 pounds of steel is processed into fish hooks on an average day. First Methodist Church will meet Monday couldn't stand living the existence of a drunkard's wife, so I divorced him. Several years later I married a fine man 18 years my senior, for their regular monthly meeting. He has given me everylhing a , . ,. 'ship mel al the Church, Monday. a fine man 18 years my • " " LllC *_„ *Virti». *t.-ir*il1nt* W* rtfl 4 Vllv Ml OOf It! rf TTn linn rriimr* wv Ft O\7Gt*\/tTl Mrg Ernest Grahanii president l_8. t _at 1:^ p._m. «J : opened the meetin g with prayer . the Jett B. Graves Class room at) the Cjiurch with Mesdames Jud Martindale, Homer Jones, Sam Strorig and C. V. Nunn Jr., serv- WO man could wish for: a home, two wonderful children , a future to Mrs. Oliver Adams, program plan for and, most of all, love and chairman, presented the following | happiness. Marriage Is give, and program: Devotional, "Such is i a k e no rnatler how you look at it. strong ana <J. v. JNunn jr., serv- Their Falth ,, was given by Mrs. Why, then, do so many people coning as . hostesses. Mrs. Steve Ba- 1 „ . , pt , nH , otnn An articlp rfomn nr nvitl^P a nmmle because 9:13 ^rom the intimate pages j of the internationally ac• claimed best-seller! Napoleon was one of the men who made history . . /' and Desiree was one of the women who didn't Their love should never have been awakened, but neither of them could • rfver forget a rain drench- 'ed night in MarseHle. Their story is not in your history book. It has never been told on the screen until now! " ' : • Academy Award WINNER • MARLON BRANDO Best Actor )f the Year! 1."Thrills From Old Movies" |2. News of the Day der/ program leader, assisted by fj . om ^ Wor , d CaU a story o{ Jn , Mesdames Odette Johnson and dia and Pakistan was told :bj Fred Glanton will presen^lhe |Mrg Robert Gayle| concluding this year's missionary study on India. Pakistan and Ceylon. demn or critize a couple because tner happens by oldeI T than the other? Dickinson will bring the devotional. Mrs. Harrell Hall, soloist, accompanied iby Mrs. John Yocum will render special music. The Life Memberships which were voted upon at the last meeting will be presented and all members are reminded to come prepared to pay your this years cledee in full. A report of the State Convention of Christian Churches held at Ft. Smith last month, was given Mrs Edmund Pendleton. A most interesting review of the part of the book, Stewardship in the Bible, was given by Mrs. Gra- Notice Members of W. S. C. S. Circle 5 of the First Methodist Church who have agreed to bake apple pies for the Century Bible Class supper to be much LORINB Other Factors Outweigh Age This age question perplexes a great many people and undoubtedly has prevented marriages that could have been successful. Other considerations are so much. more important in creating and maintaining a happy marriage. Although at the outset a union involving two people of disparate years may seem to present insoluble difficul- my predicament. Is there any law that will compel him to pay my hospital expenses and the support of the child? Would it do me any good to go to his wife? VERA M. Answer: You walked into this affair with your eyes wide open, fully aware of the possible consequences. Why include the man's wife, an. innocent party, in your indignant quest for .reparation? She doubtless will hear of the affair soon enough, but in the meantime you might spare her the humiliation of be ing brought into the situation by you. It may be necessary to take legal action for expenses and support, and even then there's no assurance your demands will .be met. The man certainly is ethically if not legally responsible for your expenses. If he .will meet his obliga- ;ions in a decent manner his wife will at least be shielded from the ham. During the business meeting, Mrs George Wright, vice-presi- ^ serv - ce for o£ficers of the dent, presided. The nominating d closed the meeU ng commitlee presenled Ihe following ... * ' President, Mrs. Vice-President, are asked to bring them to the Col- Mrs. George Wright; Secretary, slate of officers for the new year beginning July: Ernest Graham; ith p DRIVE-IN THEATRE Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 * TONIGHT* • BUMPER CLUB KITE • F-I-R-S-T HOPE SHOWING Every moment 1 lost meant Another Monster Born! . . KILL ONE — AND TWO TAKE ITS PLACE! t. W*»Ni« B«OS HCtUIE T. • JR. HITS Born to Ski" 2. Porky Pig Color Cartoon • FREE KIDDYLAND • FREE GIANT ZOO • FREE MONKEY VILLAGE Evening Shade Good Neighbor's Club Meets • The Evening Shade Good Neighbor's Club met May 5, in the homo I Mrs. J. R. Easter; Treasurer, Mrs. ^ mu i , Oliver A-dams; Circle Leaders. Mrs.] rf Mrs> E ' c _ H ackler with ten Harry Whitworlh and Mrs. Ray-. members and one guest present mond Robins; Direclors of C. W. F.' Jewell Ma departments Worship- Mrs. Ed- Th ' e meeting was opene d by the mund Pendleton; Service - Mrs ident and Mrs . Joe Mar tin led Clme Franks and Mrs, B. L. Ret- fa Jn the singln g of> .. Leaj1 . tig; Study - Mrs. Oliver Adams, j ^ n The Eve rlasting Arms'.' wi- Plans were made to attend the th Mrg John Hackler at the piano. The Devotional was given,by Mrs. John Hackler followed with prayer by Mrs. Buck DeVennev. C. W. F. meeting to be held, May 27, at DeQueen. In the circle count. Circle 1, Mrs. Carl Smith, leader, had the most,* Ro]1 Call was answe red by somo- members present. The meeting thing new : have p i an ted this year, closed with the C. W. F. benedic-, Minutes were read and approved. ' and the treasurer report was given. During the business session the club vote to give $2.00 to the can- tion Schedule For The Hat and Style Show cer drive. The show will be presented by One new member joined the cluto, Hope Gar$en Clubs in the High t Mrs. John Hackler, after which a School Auditorium Thursday, May 12, -at 8 p. m. Rules 1. Foliage may be used with all classes except class D. 2. Artificial coloring allowed in all classes. 3. Any mechanical aids may be [used (frames of old hats, wire, buckrams, fabric, paper) but they must not show. 4. No artificial plant material (flowers, foliage, etc.) or trim (ribbon, beads, etc.) allowed. 5. Only the hats will bo judged | .tour the 'lie sheriff and his wife, who live on the lower (loor of tHf j» s§id ih«t U}*y hearil vyatei' running but they said they thought tt)» mm were ta^g # jhowef. GMC'I NEW HVORA-MATIC V8 RUNAIOUT e is your reputation-on wheels YOU publicise the "blue chip" standing of yowr business when ypp put your name on a Blue Chip CMC. Come in gnd Jet us show you. into both. /.when buying auto insurance! SERVICE.,. Allstate policyholders like the prompt, friendly service of Allstate Agents. And they know the company founded by Sears can be counted upon for the finest protection and fast, fair claim settlements. That's why such a high percentage of policyholders continue with Allstate year after year. COST • • • Allstate's rates are usually lower than those of most companies— a really better value I That's why Allstate sold more auto insurance in 1954 than any other company based on direct written premiums. You can't buy better, why pay more? See or phone your Allstate insurance Company Agent today. CECIL WEAVER 214 S, Spruce $t Phone 7-3143 . grab-bag session followed and freshments were served. 'Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Carl Troy McNeelan, Mr. Ira Turner, Washington, Johnnie Allen Reed, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. David Oiler, and baby boy, Hope, Rt. 1. Julia Chester Admitted: Mr. Farley Davis Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Dean Parsons, but in event of a tie for any award. • Rt> 4 Hope _ Mr Edwin H- Stewart, the judges will then consider com- Hope _ Mrs c D Brown , McNab, palabilily and harmony of model's Margie Ree ,p ickenSi Hope, M* complete costume. Sam stuckey. Hope. Scale pf Points for all Classes: Workmanship (neatness, condition technique) Style and distinction Appropriate to class (including wearability) Originally of material 35 25 25 15 100 must Class A. — Cotton casuals, wear vegetable hat. Class B. — Play clothes, hat .of foliage. Class C. — Dress suit, hat of fruit. Class D. — Afternoon tea irpck, hat of flowers. Notice 1. All models must be at the school at 7 o'clock when Pro-judging will begin. 2. Judges will score hats on workmanship and originality prior to show opening. 3. Judging on ' appropriateness, style and 'distinction will be while the show is in progress. 4. Each model will bring hat description in order that the commentators Mrs. R. L. Broach and Mrs. Manuel Hamm may know plant material used in making hat. St» w, too, far TVijjJiB'Checfocf used frwci*' HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO. Ypy're In with.; -, -_ • . - . .1 lllilhiCpP. .Pi 4P^l\ •• BSi STOC|< CQMPANY PROTECTION F«WM<I*4 (•» IMfl Aii Illinois cocporqtlon founded by Sean, Roebuck ond Cp. with pssetrand ligbililies distinct and sepgiole fipra Iht pa/.qnt company. Homo olficti Skoklo, III. W. S. C. S. of First Methodist Church Has Meeting The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met Monday May 9th at 2 p. m. in the sanctuary of the church. The meeting was opened with the hymn "O Jesus I Have Promised" and Mrs. Lloyd Guerin gave the devptipnal. Mrs. Albert Graves president, presided . during the business session. She called for committee reports, and Mrs. Grover Thompsqn presented the budget for 1955-58. The .budget was adopted. Mrs. Graves expressed appreciation to all members of W. S. C. S. for the splendid cooperation she has received from them during the year. Officers Training Day was announced for " Thursday afternoon May 12th at 2 o'clock in Texarkana. Mrs. Claude Tillery presented Life membership to Mrs. P. H Webb as a gfit from members pi Cirple Five (5). Mrs, fc. B. Tooioy Jed iUe Instal New Make-Up Seems to 9m Completely . Cover the "Sins" of Your Skin USED MACHINES $19.95 up SINGER SEWING CENTER 108 South Elm Phone 7-5840 ARTHRITIC AND OTHER RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS Keep This Ad Over Fifteen Thousand Arthritic and' other Rheumatic Sufferers have now already taken this medicine since it has been COMPOUNDED AND MADE AVAILABLE. It is inexpensive and can be taken right .in the home. For more FREE INFORMATION, give .your name and address to BRA'ZIL' MEDICINE COMPANY, Post Office Box 522, Hot Springs',"' "'""•' MAGNOLIA, (UP) — "For LOLLY POPS IOOM '\* NEW VOftlC« tl# '«"* J*l- eren't the ohly «fte*ft t» hill Saik Anli-poli6 VlttWi'•**'* The National -•———— man's association practice of givihg youngsters after their has given the est prestige in STOP., DIARRHI O«> Fair, $oo»Wn§ *«RW PIRCY SINGER 1 Used Machine '&L* , Tremendous Values on SINGER Electric «•> Hi sen Itooi wills «rf silwmi's ftpnstritws. WRING THIS SHU... edoaa* W» ...» large selection of other make used machines. Many one or two of a kind. CHOOSE YOURS TODAY IT YOOI SINGER SEWING CENTER; }(••• «*', SO MUCH MORE AT SUCH A LOW PR I Plymouth judged "America's Mot* leoutlful Car" • by fciinoui, professional artist* the Society of Illuslratoil : Have you compared price tags on Plymouth and the other two low-price cars lately? And, have you checked prices on the medium-price cars that claim they cost as little as Plymouth? If you have, you've discovered three facts of great importance; At last comes the One EVERYTHING Make-Up to deliver you forever from the array of pre-foundations, after-make-ups, touch-up sticks, line erasers, and special this's for special that's. So amaz. ing is the covering power of LANOLIN Pius Liquid Make-Up that you could, if you wished, wear a shade lighter than your own skin. Yet there is no heavy masky look. From the second you silk it on, those tiny lines and imperfections Just s.eem to vanish. Your skin takes on a new, sheltered, fragile, cared-for look. Indeed, here is the new fashion in faces. But 7«ore.' Every minute of every hour you are wearing LANOU» PLUS Liquid Make-Up, wonderworking cholesterols and esten most like nature's own skin lu- • bricants are v/orking to help keep your skin youthfully softer and smoother. In a complete range of skin-keyed shades, $1 plus tax wherever cosmetics are sold. fi wly tut (tub* UH9UN fluff liquid BEST BUY NEW; BETTER TRADE-IN. , Model for model, all low-price cars are priced about the same. But the Plymouth price includes such items as .electric windshield wipers, an oil bath air cleaner, resistor-type spark plugs, and a.liigh- output generator; items you h^ve to pay extra for on the other cars.«(And don't ,be fooled by the claws of medium-price cars that they cost as little as Plymouth; add total prices -.you'll see the difference quickly.) 2 3 Prices of the big, beautiful Plymouth are surprisingly low! At Plymouth's low prices you get a car that's not only larger and roomier than all the other cars in Ply mouth's field, but actually bigger than some cars costing many hundreds of dollars more! And when it comes to endurance, Plymouth leads them all! That's why there are more Plymouths used as taxi' cabs than all other cars combined! When you compare Plymouth i« like the cars in cverylhin« liut the tag! It's the only low-price year with all-new styling. In powerplants, offers the thriftiest, 0ncl the most in the lowest'pricf! field, the roomiest, n»ft# co of "»U 3," wd has visibility R| any A lot of people are finding oujl that Plymouth's low price offers the most value per dollar of alny car in its field, So many people, in fact, that Plymouth sales have beejn record-breaking this year, See your dealer today, and you'll see why the big swing (his year w to PLYMOUTH, PLYMOUTH L..S.I...J . {; IC-fft ;i"i> l !>. < H:V'. 1 - 1 J

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