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*-i T' RKANSAS *•••-';'IflDCIEtY ***** >44li •(**** I A, M. ind 4 P, M. I ^Calendar May 16 f I.f. S. Circle Mo. S of the it Meihddist Church wJJl-uiieet adaj Iflay 16, «t ff:»0 #$irii in fe'Jett B. Graves Class^l-dftrH at OP !e|Chittfeh with Mesdames Jud aftlndaie,*,,. Homer Jofles, Sam and s?l C. y,.Wunn Jr., serv- evening, May 17, at The V» F. W. Auxiliary will hold it's annual dinner at White's Cafe Tuesday night May 17 at 7 o'clock Installation of officers will follow at the hut, Those planning to attend thp. dinner please call 7-2017 •25S& •..':. -,-• •-,.:• . ... j will'bring the 'devotional. «rf Harrell Hall, soloist, accom- '"•fttejf.fcy.Mf-S. John Yocum will _MeX' special music. The Life , ./tembershlps Which were voted up loiraMne last'meeting will be pre- phlM^?. An & ^11 members are re^winded to come prepared lo pay ~'-••"*"*' ' Ul " yeiirs pledge in full. ..- American Legion Auxiliary .,...1 meet Monday May 10, at 8 p. L». -in Uie home t of Mrs, Claude »-— 620 East 2nd. st., with Mrs. ..«.,«. Kyter, Sr.,"and Mrs. Charles : Taylor as co-hostess. The program •ttil be -on, "Music" presented by *tt, Tblleson. 17 . Edwin Stewart will present net 'grade atid^Junior High School pupllS ^1n recital at the High Auditorium, Tuesday Tttufsday M*y id The Azelea Garden Club will rneet in the home of Mrs. Emmet Thompson with Mrs. Lyle Brown and Mrs. ^ 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 are asked to bring them to the Coliseum by 5:30 p. m. Friday, May 13th. All members who can help serve the supper a»e asked to be at the Coliseum by. 6 p. m. '•Practical Nurses meeting schedule to meet May 17, postponed till Tuesday, May 24. Meeting in home of Miss Emma Hartsfioki 917 S. Walnut. IWflBEAUTYBpX j 4f £-,]wr-tii«|e who Work, v 1 I^PtioMg 74850 ""., 112~S. Miln. ;Y:r£,Last;Day : :('•• FEATURE TIME |'-,1p:42.~ 1:60- 5:09 • 8:21 , '''VS V^rflpL^4 J*f—J UA LA ^m. » — „,' . ip* 1 , v \M *iw T ^*in 1*7 JVIQI vn * laL ;::^*M!*&' ciubs : Liberty Hill > , -, r ~,.^.. Mrs. L. E. Huckaboe, hostess, gave the devotional "He Has Ri- Spn," Matthew .28:1-10, followed : by group prayer,when the Liberty Hill Home Demonstration Club held its April meeting.' • " Mrs. W. H. Light presided .during the business session.' The club will pay the expenses for any of the members who want 'to make the HDC tour, of .the industries of Texarkana on May 12. Mrs. Light gave a demonstration on the use of a pattern by shownig the group how to place and mark darts and notches. A discussion was led by Mrs. L. B. Kent on the selection of proper clothing. ,Mrs. James Vess received .the surprise package and Mrs. Light received the game prize. 'Mrs. Lester Kent and Mrs. Jewel Shields received birthday ,gif,ts. The hostess .served refreshments to the above mentioned and to Mrs. CJy^e Hupkabee and, Mrs. Byers. The next meeting will :be with Mrs. Clyde'-Huckabee.":,- r : A new and! pretty look in summer fashions derives from the squaw dress, native to the Southwest but now a style for every : Si jvith gold andS silver rickrack. Trim is repeated pleated skirt. Cotton georgette separates (center) in turauoisc are lavishly trimmed with silver and gold braid. Well cut skirt " '-' repcateon peat skirt rt lrim is lecder, gave a report, Mrs. Denver Coynes led a discussion on family council, managing personal finances,' why and how to mhke a will, an.d caring for valuable papers. JVTrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, home IiMSlJSE ^7( \fi3unitu5mH ' X ; ;;" FEATURE tlME. ' „ ...*.„„ GENE'SING: 'LOADED 1 PISTOLS" — "JIM: CRACK CORN" — "WHEN THE, .Bi-OOrvt IS ON THE SAGE" — ' "BOY FROM TEXAS" — ^ MARY" T A CHAMPION • BARBARA BRITTON • CHILL WILLIS EISTOIS " "THE'ILACK ARROW" A "ffdro" Color Cartoon ,. ; ...... .. Centerville.'.. r Home Demonstration Club met wjlh': Mrs. D.--M. Collier for the April',vrneeting. '.'America the_ Beautiful'" was : sung. ; Tb.Q de- yotional was,-giyen ;b'y the' hostess and the^Lprd's prayer repeated. Mrs. P. • F. ; Campbell, poultry . . , demonstration agent, told how to make home inventories and why they are needed. Mrs. Vernie Goyes,' president, gave plans for a home demonstration tour to Texarkana on May 12. Mrs. Wylie gave a demonstration on making beads from chinaber- es. .Games were conducted .by Mrs. Fred Stewart, with Mrs. Johnny McRoy winning .the prize. Mrs. Joo Harper won the surprise package. '• ' The hostess served refreshments PRESCOTT NEWS Needlecraft Club Meets Members of the Needlecraft Club were entertained on Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Lee McCrain in Hope with Mrs. Haze! Pritchard and Miss Opal Daniel assisting hostesses. Lovely arrangements of roses decorated the, rooms. At the close of a pleasant evening spent serving and chatting the hostesses served a delicious / sandwich and dessert course, with fruit punch. , .;." Those attending from Prescott were-Mrs. J. C. Stegar, Mrs'. R. S. j.ne nostess served reires-nments were ivirs. j. u. aiegar, ivi-rs. xi. a. to Mmes. 'R. C. Snellgrove, David Hamilton, Mrs. Foy Box, JWrs.. S. Waddle, Guy Lineker,,. -Mamie C. Griffin, Miss Alice Grimes, Miss ft * Sun. & Mpn. * Hwy 29 South . '• Open 6:30 • FINAL NITE» • ROBERT TAYLOR •AVA GARDNER HOWARD KEEL TICKLERS J. Walt Disney Cartoon 2. Little Rascals Comedy k. „ FfATURE TIME . K 8un. 1:ie-3;16r5:l6-7:16-9:16 LIVE BABY GIVE AWAY Saturday Nite! It's Already Walking and Soon Will be Talking V • - >"j •'•* Artou're -Never Seen Hff feiore! MIDNIGHT HORROR TONIGHT? I "DRACUiA'S DAUGHTER" Come to our Lest Show — 5t*y Fr*e to Spook Show! »$un&Mon MONEY SALE SUNDAY ,,„ LET'S DO 5 IT AGAIN • AOPEO PEUGHTS f Diihoi" Cartoon $WfN*r -Ifflp, Newf Sanders, High BeardeH.rCarl Richards," Jr., Carl Richards,- Sr., C. R. Faught;, Denver Goynes, W. C. Beck, P. F. Campbell, H. L. Weeks, Sid Skinner, J. G. Allen, Fr'ed Stewart; Johnny ,McRoy, Lorraine B. Wylie, and one new member, Mrs. Joe. Harper. The May meeting will be in the home of. Mrs. P. F. Campbell. Rocky Mound ' &•' Where, are your valuable papers ,ahd. how to make a will were the discussion at the April meeting of the Rocky Mound Home Demonstration Club at the home of Mrs. Claude McCorkle with Mrs. H. Higgason co-hostess. • The meeting was opened by the President, Mrs. C. McCorkle. .The song, "Holy, Holy, Holy," was led by the song leader and the devotional was taken from Matthew 28:1-10. Prayer was led by Mrs. Clifford Messer. During the business session it was decided to give $5.00 to the cancer fund and to have a cake social during the HOC Week. The proceeds will go to the club project for the year. Mrs. H. E. Patterson told about several poming events. Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, Home Demonstration Agent, told how to make chinaberry beads and how to make a handy soap jar. Several games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Wylie, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Messer and Mrs Juris. There were eight members present, three children, and Miss Edna Vickers. The May mee-ting will be in the home of Mrs. Earl Dudley. Hopewell --—w. Mrs. Claud Byrd was hostess to the Hopewell Home Demonstration Club '.on Thursday afternoon, May 5th. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Jack Taylor. The hostess was in charge of the devotional and prayer was led by Mrs. Theo Long. Roll call was answered by "My Sewing : Hint." The song leader, Mrs. Byrd, led the group in singing "Smiles from Arkansas " The HOC Tour to Texarkana on May 12 was dsicussed. Mrs. ;O. B. Hodnett will be in . w, \JTLLLLLLI, xvi.iaa AIJUC vjiiii^ca, avua;> Lila Grimes, Miss Hazel Matlock, Miss : Dorothy Bradford, 'A-s. J. A. Cole and Miss Elizabeth .Fran- CISCO. Mr, and Mrs. Billy Roe Honored ..Mr. and Mrs. Billy' Roe were honored with a-surprise hou^fe warming at their suburban home on the Blevins highway Tuesday evening. Mrs. Wallace Wood and Mrs. Harry Moore were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Roe were the recipients of many lovely and useful gifts. •During the evening refreshments were served from the cjtaing table spread with a lace clojh and centered with a bowl of roses, ; Forty-five 'guests called '. during the appointed hour. strated how to put in a zipper with-' out basting and pinning. The next meeting will be at tho home of Mrs. Mettie Robinson. The hostess served cokes and cookies to 10 members and a new member, Mrs. Hubert Willis.. Mrs. Blain B. Hays is at home after having spent the past month in Little Rock where she w.as called due to the serious illness of her brother-in-law, J. J. Hunter, who is much improved. Blu Avery has returned from Kansas City where he has been a patient at Thofton-Minor Clinic. Mrs. Richard Johnson and children spent Tuesday in Magnolia as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Blake Crow. B & P W Club Has , Dinner Meeting Eighteen members and four guests attended the regular -dinner meeting of the Prescott Business arid Professional Women's Club Hotel. Guests were Mrs. Joe. A. Tuesday evening at the Lawson Bailey, Jr., Mrs. Mary Jewelle Gray, Mrs. Opal Morris apd Or. D. L. Moseley. Mrs. Marie Chamberlain, president, introduced the guest speaker Dr. D. L.. Moseley, who gave a very interesting and 'informative talk on "Teeth and their , care.." During the business meeting committee chairmen reported oh then- work. It was announcbd thaH dueg should be paid by June.':and that the state B & P W Conc&itionf-would be held in Little Rock?'on June 10-' 12. Members were asked to makfl -Mrs. C. R. Gray .of Newport is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. R.'Gray,"'Jr.., and family.'' : ' Jim Bemis, who has spent the past two years at Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, Texas arrived home Monday after having- received his discharge from the Air Force and is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bemis. NOMINATED—Dr. James 3. Conant has.been nominated by President Eisenhower to be the first U.S. ambassador to the' new federal .-republic i of West Germany. -Cppant is now high •conimissioner,':of the tyS; sector of- West Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Jones and son of Shreveport have been the recent guests of Mr. J. M. Worthington. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee had as their guests Tuesday Claud and Dunn Phillips of Longview, Texas. Mrs. C. D. McSwain, Mrs. Frank Gilbert, Misses Joan Gilbert and Aim McSwain motored to Little Rock Tuesday for the day, Carol Richards Going to Sing Only for Self "By BOB THOMAS ^HOLLYWOOD M - Carol Rich.-. j,<.wniu>-ia ,»tic aoixiru lu majifl S1 9 s Is giving up the ghost from plans to attend this" convention if'" ow on - Sne ' s going to sing only r*nccih1<i HPl-i/i niavf %vm n t; nrr ...:n i_ _ JO1* llGPSplF , May 14, •—• --"v***v-vv win *jc 11] charge of the radio program for Hopewell HOC which is to be given over KXAJR May llth. ' Mrs. Theo Long gave an interesting and helpful discussion and demonstration on clothing construction. The door prize was won toy Mrs Jack Taylor and the game prize by Mrs. Lester Huckabee. Iced refreshments were served o the following: Mmes. Theo Long, John Keck, C. <B. Hodnett Tack Taylor, Ernest Graham, Leser Huckabee, Mildred Harris L A, Keith, G. W, Wiggins and the wstess. The June meeting will be in the lome of Mrs. C. B, Hodnett. Gre»n Uiieter The Green Laset.er Home P,e. monstration Club met Thursday Ai|ht, May 3, at t.he home of M'rs. Lloyd Coljier, president. The meeting was opened with the reading of the American Creed, &nd the song "America" was sung. "The Wonders ol Qo.d's Love" possible. The next meeting will be at the Gist Cabin at Buckle's Laka on May 24 with a pot luck supper. Mrs, Wilburn Willis Hostess To ' H D Club The May meeting of the Prescott Home Demonstration Club was held on Tuesday afternoon in tha home of Mrs. Wilburn Willis. Colorful spring blossoms decor, ated the rooms. Mrs, Willis opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Mettie Robinson gave the devotional on "The Dob- servance of the Sabbath" and led in prayer. The 'business was conducted by the president, Mrs. Carroll'. Bratton, Mrs. Harrejl Hine's gave the secretary and ''treasurer, report. Miss Lor?tta : McClenriahan gava a helpful deVnonstration on thg hanaintf ni.ir 1 ' t\t\ ^tl^tVt,.irir i«*j ^ rt u for herself. The red-heaired lovely from Rock ford, 111., has earned a nice living by acting as the voice double for .film stars. Does it come as a shock to learn thaft when Cyd Charisse opens her mouth to warble on the screen, it ain't really Cyd -that comes out? It's Carol. And when Vera-Ellen bursts into song in a movie, you're not hearing Vera-EUen. That's Carol again Hollywood, you see, leaves nothing to chance. If a screen beauty does not have a singing voice that will titillate movie goers, she is provided with one. Sometimes this use of ersatz talent can be carried to extremes. g hanging our'ot tUothingj and foldr ing for ironing, ;'She ailso demon- SINGLETON — Familiar enough to residents of Proyo, Utah, but eyebrow-raising to strangers is Robert Collier, of Taylorsville, Utah, on his home* made unicycle. He is a student at Brigham Young UnU versity and a cadet in the R.OTC. *Bob says that as soon as he can save enough money, he'll add another wheel and have a conventional bike. fro.m, % Jpnn. Hp VHSjflven toy the'hostess, hostess and Mrs. Ruth Johnson led in prayer. • Members answered the roll call with a good sewing hint. There were nine members and three visitors present. The plubjsave $5.00 to the Cancer Fund. Before the next club meeting date, i the .club house and yards are Jo be cleaned. Pictures were taken of club members and their homes to toe put in the scrapbook. Mrs. Carter Sutton and Mrs. Fuller gave 3 very interesting talk on clothing construction. Mrs. Gilbert Fuller won the surprise package by Mrs. Bullock. The June meeting will toe at the club house with Mrs/Fred Hunt as Once Betsy Drake was cast in a musical called "Dancing in the Pack." Since Miss Drake is not a nj.usical performer, both her singing, and dancing were done by other girls. She did her own acting however. ' Carol Richards has performed as singing ghost for Gyd Charisse in "Brjgadoon," "Deep in My Heart" and the unreleased "It's Always Fair Weather." She did Vera-Ellen with an accent in "Call Me Madam" and the childlike singing for Betta St, John in "The Robe." She performed a double bling job, I always spend a couple chore m "Pretty Girl"—in Span * ' !il - "-- - ' Youth Questioned .in Burglary Police questioned a 9-year-old Negro youth for burglary of Calvins Place and learned it was the third time he had entered, and stolen money. The last time he got about $1.20. He was turned over to his -parents. ' : : Officers also investigated a wreck at Main and Second yesterday in which cars driven by S N. Stark, Hope Route One and Dr J. L. Swift, N. Hazel Street, collid- 1 ed. Only light damage resulted to both vehicles, Police said. ish tones for Momvita and plain style Joan Caulifield. How does she duplicate such a wide variety of voices? "A few years agp, I learned from a Spanish boy how to reproduce accents," she explained. "He taught me how to watch a of weeks with the actress. I studied how she talked. Then I always asked to have her on the stage when I was recording. The match could toe more exact that way." But Carpi has now put »n fn d to singing behind the .scenes. She landed a fine job on Bob Crosby's daily TV show. An dshe has pros •"• ..w»^.« W UMfA^T * V M«*W »» < 4 &** l4b)AAV 4^99 W$ U£* person s lips when she speaks, pects of getting into pictures with Then you can get the same kind her own face. She made a test at of delivery. "Wheneper J did a voice dou- MGM and there have been eood yeport? about jt, Disarmament Plan of Russia Full of Holes 6y.JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON UK— You can drive a truck through the holes- two big ones—in the latest Russian disarmament proposal. 1. This country has established a ring of military bases around Russia with the permission of friendly countries. From those bases American planes could make instant retaliation on the Russians if they began an attack. As part of its disarmament plan, Russia Wants the United States to give up those bases. This is something Congress would never let the President agree to unless this country could be sure Russia was not able to begin a world war. 2. This country has insisted that for real disarmament — and real disarmament means destroying all atomic weapons all over the world so there could be no atomic war- there would have to be inspections teams in each country to be sure no atomic weapons were being con cealed or made. But in their disarmament proposals the Russians, while suggest ing that atomic weapons be outlawed, are vague to the point of incoherence when explaining how these international inspection teams could check thoroughly enough to be sure there was not, and could not be, any cheating. For those two reasons the Russian proposals will probably get no place although this country will give them attention; This country has to give-them attention. The Russians made good propaganda for themselves. Their disarmament offer no doubt looks pretty good to American allies who PSC to Rule on Financing Plan J&MMt LITTLE ROCK. (IK— The Arkafcf sas Public Service Commission 1 f has taken under advisement the [ application of Mississippi Valley || Generating Co. for approval of • ifa ,i financing plan for the controv'ef|^~ Al Dixon-Yates Power Plant '"- x West Memphis. , A hearing was held yesterday | afternoon ort the company's prq»^.. posal for an authorized indebted* |H ness of around 120 million dollars If in bank loans and first mort-i|i gages. Paul :Q.':,Canaday, a vice president of" Hie Dixon-Yates fjdvyer combine, told PSC that the company actually plans to borrow only 1 .••••'*'-«M" % «:«ii j_n._. tfii t I'M FULL OF AMBITION TOOAV-'I'M SOINS O.LTT fliND StARt •OUR .; i~> ^1 i.''as m live closer to Russia, and sible atomic war. a pos- But the very proposals raise n question: Why did ,the Russians make them at this particular time? American officials here don't pretend to know. All they can do is what anyone else can do? Guess. The big Western powers — the Unite States, Britain, France—got some world good will this week by proposing Russia sit down with them in peace talks. The-Russians haven't yet accepted, but seem likely to. In the meantime, they came out with their disarmament offer, perhaps in an effort.to offset the good reaction the Allies got from their peace-talk offer. It is always possible the Russians have good intentions. But they'll have to do some proving on that' pojnt. The inclination in this country is to look for a gimmick. around" I'iJfi" million dollars wants ifthe-jaddej) authorisation • as || a possible'cushidn. , ....•.<• Sj| No protests'Were filed, and<com-| missioh'iaipptoval is expected 'spphj-.fi The Dixon-.Yates plant Will I0ed $ power into''Tennessee Valley An-g 1 thority lifl.es"" to replace ourrenj f used by atomic energy plants.'^ Mississippi Valley generating is, owned by the Southern Company, and Middle South Utilities, the lat- i ter of which also is holding cc pany for Arkansas Power & Li Co. Eighth President ACROSS ' l£lgVthU. ; S. President, .Martin Buren 4 Me was of ' 60 High card 61 Desert garden; Order Delays Meet of Racing Group LITTLE ROCK, UP —A mee! ing of the state racing sion scheduled for Monday cancelled today because of a t porary order issued yesterday Bob, Ray Back on Television in Name Show By WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK .UK— Bob Elliot and Ray Goulding describe them selves as the two-headed modera tor in their latest television -show The Name's the Sam, on ABC Monday nights. Bob and Ray jointly preside ove. the show in which panelists trj to guess the names of guests whose names are the same a those of prominent persons. ' It's in the nature of a come back. The zany pair created quite a stir on the networks a few sea sons back with libartistry and gentle lampooning of stuffy pep- pie and subjects. Bob and Ray are hopeful of success because they feel they're better with ad lib than with prepared material. A couple of years ago they were on TV five nights a week and had to rely heavily on prepared script. Their show ultimately sagged in rating and they went back to radio and were off TV several months. "The show features a game that's fun in itself and if we pan add a little humor, that's fine," says Ray. Chancellor Guy Williams, restran ing the commission from openl: or considering bids for a track in Garland County. The temporary injunction war's!._ sought by Oaklawn Jockey Club, l | which contends 'an earlier 1 [ permit issued by the previous «om- ' mission is valid. The attorney general has ruled otherwise, however;. The new commission, to resolve the issue, advertised for new bid^s and had planned to re-issue Ulie permit Monday. . •*. Chairman Bob Roach of Little Rock said the Oaklawn officia ,s apparently did not wish to rislc bidding a second time, but' he said he knew of no other group competing for a track in th,e county. A hearing on the injunction was set for June 13. Red Barber, veteran sportscast- err, is switching networks and fjghts in his weekly postboxing comment and interviews. Starting tomorrow night -he will begin his new program on NBC-TV to be a regular feature after the Friday night fights. He has been doing a similar show following the Wednesday night fights on CBS-TV. The Wednesday bouts switch to ABC- Appointments Ar« : '. Made by Faubus LITTLE ROCK, (UP) —Gov. : Orval E.-Faubus'has appointed-Chester Bradley of Little Rock to an eight-year term .as chairman of the commission on alcoholism, established by the 19.55,,, legislature. Other commis si on me.rhbeirs named yesterday by Faub'is .include: Rev.-T; P. Devlin of Pv& Bluff and Ike Murry of Little Rock, former attorney general, two-year terms; Dr. N. T. Hollis and :Dr : i Drew F. Ag.ar, both of Little Rock;,' four-year terms; and G. D. Smith of Star City and Rudy Jones of Minturn, six-year terms. Faubus re-appointed Sister M.ary Kevin Gallagher 'of ' Fort S/nith, director of the schoo.l .of nursing at Edwards hospital, " !l " ' state , board of nure Also named to that -board Miss Hermoine Smith Rock, supervisor of Public Health mjrsing at the Little Rock Health Department, and Miss Francis C. Hart of Fort Smith, acting' dir, r ector of the school of nursing at Sparks Hospital. Miss Smith and Miss Hart place Miss Elva Holland Mrs. Claudia McMillin, both of Little Rock. All three were named to four-year terms. Mrs. Georgia Lee Russell tie Rock was re-appointed to a six- year term pn the practical mjrse division of the nurse examiners board, and Alfred E. Smith • of gould was re-named to B -five- year term on the board pf .managers of the Negro Boys Indiist •jal schqol at Pine Bluff. ' ''••' t Me had four . — —• . 12 Exist 13 Eaten away 14 Poem •1.9 Golf, mound |fi Asiatic ', .kingdom '17. Tier W Arabian gulf 20 WJiart ., 22 Tree, 24 Onager 25 Enthralled 2(6 Qualified -3P British • ftreetcar • . 34An(Fr.) 35 Seine 36 Individual 37Sainte (ab.) 38 Born 39 Indonesian of Jrliftdanao 40'At this place 42 Feminine :' appellation « Chief god of the Eddas : 44 College cheer -48 Dentist (ab.) 48 Fluff 50 City in . Nevada 53 Cushion .54 Dolly : ^Madison's '• • cousin was White -hostess during .... his term. , ', 58 Euchnristie ' o 62 Males 63 Meadow 64 Lets it stand 65 Terminal DOWN . 1 Huge tub 2 Range 3 Require 4 College officials' TV after the telecast of May 25. to total 164% million! FOR APPOINTMENTS WITH DUKE COM! WeONESDAYS * ji DUKE'S BEAUTY SALON 1019 West 7th Street . . . . Phone 7^389 e's-VarigHon Cutij Operators Fley MartsfieW Ethel Moron Spring Time U Kodak Tim* We feature EASTMAN KODAK lint. CAMWAS, HIM*, T*lfODS, PR0JICTORS, ALIUMI, FUSH CtOilS AND OTHW SUWllf. COM* IN AND SEE WHAT Wf HAV& WARD & SON DRUGGIST *•»• it OUT OUR WAY s.- - v rT-t-JT-^?^ ¥ BARKING /.itfe ONLY IF I: GET MV HAK1PS OM YOU I'LLTHfJOTtLE OH, MO, S.WEHTIE,! . • COULPN'T- C6ME ra HERE/ IF HE 6GT& V'i OUT WE'LL BE-ALL-/ 1 NI6HT CATCHlWe ' 21 Devotee 43 Chemical 23 His wife was suffix ' Hoes Van 45 MuskMeer Buren 47Attiire 5 Footed vase 24 Be present 48 Openwork 6 Unit of weight 25 Hurry ' fabric - : 7 Confederate 26 Poker stake 49 Notion ' States of 27 Equal America (ab.) 29 Head of a 51 Abpellatlott S2Presaje ••"•) S3 Chum / 85 Cereal groin 56 Employ / 57 Perch 59 Also WASHTUBIS 8 Rope fibers 9 Painful 10 Smell 11 Novel 19 Consume hammer 31 Highway 32 Against 33 Intend 4'1 Sea /eagle THM* B6CW5B OUR iQARDING HOUSf WiHi Mojbr Hoopt* WWBM^ -- — . -,..-. ----- - ---- .^,-.,. ------ .....-.-... ...-....,.~~ m^Mtmm « CARNIVAL H0rakbf r9«r AJ.«YOOf T. W. Sej. U.». f.t 0«. Copr. 1C55 by NfA.Strvit., I By George, you're right! That IS an '£'!" SIDE GLANCES By GalbroWi "You'll htar from the National Safety Council on thid-w It's the fourth wreck you've had this week!" *WffTIf Mi •*i$aiiA'$ for WJBPN1 UNPERSTA THI ITCWYOf MARTHA WAYNI . , Wf w* c«n't nwry till ypuVff a doctor, tK»t'» »loof *imt-* ' "^ about th$t cowbpy ide« y«u htd «vh*n wt w»r». R.EITIRE.D TO PASTURE VENICE, Italy, (UP) —9aj*>, he donkey who appeared with- Gjni> -.ollobrigida in the mpv.l e"Bred> jOVe and Dreams," was "retired rom motion pictures today to. the Comparative peace of a pastvirja. The animals' handlers said.sijic.«i is rise to stardom Baron has be r ome "neurotic, bad-t,em'pere(J nd temperamental." V ••'>!» —. ; • •<'".•'$ The poulation .of the ' United tales h.as increased ni'or ett million since the 1950 cen , *? i ' ti^' ' *£* / ' ^

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