Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 19, 1955 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, Moy 19, Scribed as a "light case of She is 8-year-old Jacqueline Mai- .heWi daughter of'Sgt'. and Mrs. , A tRL . •*" flfW of Joseph Matthew of Camp Chaffee. |6^»l0f''#ja««i.''tmldfcrt .W At-). Jacqueline is'the first reported IS inoculated tyith Salk anti- polio Victim among Arkansas chil* t *>*«»*< t*i. aft uiufess ,j tel (Tre,, who - rcc eived the vaccine. SPECIAL ALL SWING MILLINERY REDUCED Mr ) lfjt~* ''f PRICE styles and .colars by r'^ Gene Allen— Lebury SHIOH SHOPPE S. Mail* Hope, Ark. Millionaire's $** Held for Muitter < VAft NUTS,. Calif. (M -^ Julian Hammer, son Of a> New Ydrk millionaire, will be arraigrted iin Los MARKETS ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK Angeles Superior Cout-t Jhnie 1 6ft| . NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, ti!. a charge of murdering a friend, j 1 * 1 — H °es 7,000 active, ex- Bruce Whitlock ' tremely uneven choice No. 1 and 2. 19.10-2: hearing. He Was released on $20,- 19.00 220-26 Olb 18.10-75 170 Ib down steady to 25 higher 140-170 present in court, and the 20-year- old defendant's lawyer declined to say where, the .bail came from. The district attorney said he did not oppose bail because he .does not consider the •• death pebaliy warranted in case of conviction. Where thd death' ptenalty is td be sows 400 I 400 Ib 12.25-13.75 boars 8.50-12.00. (Cattle 1,701, calves 500 few loats and lots heifers arid mixed yearlings 20.00^22.25 high choice 811 Ib steer yearlings 23.00 small heifers 22.00, weights 705 Hi around 700 Ib heifers 21.00 steady Dr. Edgar Easley df Little Rock, assistant state health" officer, said Jacqueline's' case was unusual' be cause she was stricken alrriost a month sutler her first injection. She has not received' 'the second shot. "Most of the children in other parts of the country who have been stricken following the shots became ill 8 to 1 days ;after the first injection," Easley said. He'added, "It appears, thal^the first shot just' didn't; provide enough protection for h'er." ' Second shots'for Arkansas school children, after an earlier'., post- ponem6nt,- we're schedule^ -for this week, byt ah; expected' shipment of the vaccine failed :to arrive.' FOR ATHLETES FOOT Use T-4-L for' 3 to 5 days. Watch the old tainted sin slough off leav- :lhg healthy, hardy. skin. If not 1 pleased with powerful. Instant-drying T-4-L, your 40c ba'Ck at.'any 1 drug store. Today at John S.-fGib-; s6n Drug Co. • ' - ! FRIDAY-SAUJRDAY for smart Penney shoppers I SPECIAtf ALL-METAL BUNDS . ....-,... i . • . Snowy White! All. 64"; Long! Big Sayings!: IAL PURCHASE OF l&CROMPER PAJAMAS BIG Sleeveless BLOUSES ^Y&SMWT''-'* iM?M^\jr- KNEE-HIGH GAYMODES! PROPORTIONED LENGTHS You -need no garters with these! Cool knee-length Gay- i mode nylons, now in proper* Uoned lengths for perfect fit. • •They're 00-^auge, 15-denier, come in sprjiig ;-hades. Dark ses'ms. §f?05 o'/i to 11. 98c cutters 8.50-11.50 utility and commercial 13.50-15.00 cadners and cutters 11.00-18.00 good and choice vealers 18.00-23.00 hJgh choice and prime 23.00-2500 Shep 200 little done few individual head choice to prime clippd lambs 2200-23.75 cull and utility 10.50-19.00, about steady. balance of the market. Late afternon prices were unchanged to 50 cents a bale higher than the previous close. July 34.05, October, 34.25 and December 34.29. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO Wl — Weakness in rye and in May wqfieat and oats countered a generally higher market on the Board of Trade today. May futures contracts close out today. In wheat and soybeans this caused considerable selling of thfischool buses for regular runs for month because of fairly 'large outstanding holdings. May wheat frequently was. more than a cent less. May soybeans fell off two cents in early trading, then recovered to around the previous clbse. Cash soybean meal reached a new five-year low mark at $52 -a ton, off 5d cents to, a dollar from yesterday. . , Wheat closed unchanged to % cent higher, May $2.2iy 2 -20!/ 21 /2 POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry: Market steady. 1 truck. No Chicago poultry board price (changes today. Butter: 1.253,73 7pounds. Market steady. 93 and 92 score 56}4 cents a pound 90 score 54Vi 89 score 52 1 / 2 carlots: 90 score 55 E9 score 53. , Eggs: 25,988 cases. Market steady. While large extras and mixed large extras 35 cents a dozen mediums and standards 32', 2 current receipts 32 dirti&s 31 checks 28. However Entire News Briefs FAYETTEVILLE (UP) — Five University of Arkansas seniors were named senior scholars at the 14th annual honors day convocation here yesterday. They are: Luis H. Moreno, Panama, R. P. college of Agriculture Howell Elijah Leming, . Fayetteville, arts and sciences; Lucy Juanita Hinkle, Waldron, business administration; Dorothy Diane Dernier. Joplin, Mo., education; and James Frank Isbell, North Little Rock, engineering. 'Dr. John T. Caldwell, university president, also presented 51 other awards to students. war and later was a Boy Scout i Holder. field executive in Georgia before i coming here. During his tenutre ] as manager. Blythevillo acquired.| , two of its largest projects. the i Central Metal Products Co., and j the reopening of the Air Force base. Chamber President Bob Logan said a committee had been appointed to seek a successor to ARKADELPHIA (UP) - Graduate courses will be offered at Henderson State Teachers college for the first time, beginning with the summer session which starts May 30. according to Dean S. W. W. Powers. S A bird which has wings and yet can't fly is the penguin. BLYTHEVILLE (UP) — Worth D. Holder, manager of the Blythe- vilJe Chamber of Commerce since 1946, has resigned effective Juno 11 to become manager of- the Sumter, S. ., chamber. Holder served as instructor at Blytheville air base during the - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is as near as your telephone" • CARS • TRUCKS °« TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT Leo Hartsfield 413 S. WALNUT Owner and Operator PHONE 7-4314 Continued from Page One if the vaccine should arrive after the regular term ends. Som districts have plans to use the one or two-day period needed to complete the vaccination, Easley said, and parents would be notified. In the urban areas, the difficulty of rounding up children would be less than in the rural communities, Easley said, but va cations would cause about 10 pci cent of the children to be absent The Lilly company advisee Shreveport, La., officials yesterdav that it does not expect to com. corn was unchanged to % higher, plete its next shipment until June May 1.44'/ 2 -'/4 oats were '/ 2 - lowe 11. to- l- higher, May 74-75'/2, and rye was- 1 V 2 -l lower, May 99 99'/2. Soybeans were unchanged to %cents 2.56'/ 2 .' higher, May $2.54'^ Wheat: none. Corn: No. 1 yellow 1.52 No. 2 1.51'/ 2 -52 No. 3 1.47'/ 4 - 49V4 No 4 1421/4 Oats: No 1 heavy mixed 73'/ 4 No. 2 heavy white No. 1 special red 74. Soybean oil: 11-12 soybean meal': 52.00; '. Barley nominal: Malting choice 1.34-53 feed 98-1.15. NEWT YORK STOCKS NEW YORK Iff) — Aircrafts headed a ; recovery in the Stock Market today for the second straight session; In the ea'rly afternoon, gains ran to between 1 and 3 points in many sections with the greatest concentration of .biggest gainers in the airerafts. Steels- did well 'along with motors, railroads, coppers, utilities, oils, chemicals, merchandising shares, electronic^ radio-tele vi< sions, and building materials. NEW rOTTK" COTTON " NEW YORK MV- • Cotton futures sagged 1 in early dealings today and' later-firmed on short covering and mill* buying. The trading pace was slow; reflecting a lack of fresh incentives. Old crop July, which has bebn under selling pressure this week, iacted better than th Lilly* has supplied the vaccine for Louisiana's school vaccination program as it was scheduled to do in Arkansas. Federal officials have announced that no further vaccine would be released this week. Sixty per cent of the coal mined In Indiana is produced in strip mines compared to a national average of 23.6 per cent. asked, no bail is'allowed! Hammer said' the fatal shooting occurred in an argument May 8 over an old gambling debt. Hammer is a writer on technical sub- .ects for an engineering concern. delicious!/ SHOP BARRY'S AND SAVE ROYAL HAWAIIAN TUNA 3 1.00 DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE 3 46 Ox. Cans 1.00 FOLGERS COFFEE 89c POST CEREAIS PONY CONTEST! FOLGERS INSTANT COFFEE 1.59 6 Oz. Jar • • Solid Colors! - ' ' : . Sanforized Shrunk! Tai|ored.;Sfyles! • N'ew Styles!. they're short and cool, •-Q comfprtable! Elasti- " at ,the sc'oop neckUne, "ee^eg- and- legs. 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T9c BANANAS 2 Lte 25c NICE TOMATOES .Tub.-.15c FRESH TURNIP GREENS Bch. lOc IN OUR MARKET Fresh FRYERS u 39c Shankless Picnic HAMS Lb. -35c Tall Korrv BACON Lb 45c GOODCHUGK ROAST Lb. 29c LEAN PORK ROAST Lb. 39c STEW MEAT Lbs. 100 DRY SALT MEAT Lb, 19c FAT HEAVY HFNS Lb. 35c All Meat Mixed SAUSAGE ^ 25c Good BOLOGNA ub. 25c Fresh Spring RABBITS IB. 55c 9mmr fl^^m* • ^^ • tB ^F • Mr • • • 4Mr GROCERY and MARKET 111 South M«in WVOtNvtr Ph«n« 7^404 ttufttlay, May If, SOCIE HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Coi,endar Thursday May 19 Hope Chapter 32« Order Of th» 1 a e-4e v«r» O4n« ...111 __ _ — i mi _____ _* • __ ..' of Dentoh, Texas will be In charge .of'the mornihg service. Tuesday May 24 Boyle Continued from Page On* than to digest newspaper editor- ening prayer was offered by Mrs. Edmond Pendleton. She also reviewed the president's message. The by-laws were then read by Mrs. Homer Beyerley. Mrs. Grady Williams' won the room count prize. A piano solo . , ... ,.^ ,.. ,. -..- , Clair Delune was plaed by Sarah "!, s -_ S ^ e .A -^?J.f ra l y ;, ** *f a f_" the direction sang four music. Mrs. George Wright conducted the installation service for the POPOTHT DIX Free-Loading Husband count prize. A piano solo r," ~ rid this literallvbv tear- Dear Miss Dlx: M * Husband and Delune was plaed by Sarah . ' , e ,. oia V?f s "'frally, by tear- j h married for 12 years- There's a Cox. The Glee Club under j 1 " 8 out «« editorial, stuffing it »!J he f, » I ? m « !„ tho«e 12 wwi situation It ection of Mrs. Sidney Fricks'!?" m °V th « a " d guying it "nt" 1 .? 6 have clotted myself furnished spends and four numbers of Southland **£ *» ?°™g\£*°^ Bill Aids Stylets III «i Rep. Short D ________ (H-Mo) said today aft anti-segre- voted the doubt" strengthened ffti particularly irfflSBg S« gressmen who Mrs. R. L .Gosnell will present' 1 , 0 " 1 Sf?. c " s '1 d °2?_ ncil Secre ' r 1--—» «—»•• uj. uv.1. m/x viiw i ^»*i p. 4.v. JL» . vjnjaiicii win ui eouni i «« ._ . * Eastern Star will meet Thursday her Senior High Piano Pupils ini^Z' Mrs - °a vjd May 19 at 8 p. m. There will b» recital at the Senior High Auditor- " " an initiation. • away from her she might ruin her eyes. B,**»*wi« uumx.i»v4***i»iJb ttoa £1 V C1I aUU^U i "I* There's absolutely ho future in a strength to opponents of a- bill td e fl (D.jfy) was •ours. You earn, he'expand the military reserves. (lively by a 126-87 „ and always his outlay will' The test, unexpected.!? postponed<stffl subject^ reeonsldeill newsnaners —-"«""= »"" »«=" '« ^=<=H »r «*"« ~ = --»ter than your income. If itom yesterddy, was anticipated would 7prj5viderthat rid >6ftfe'f p H "iy husband's constantly mounting y° u remove yourself and your on a motion to send the bill back'assigned, to--of • excluded ile of bills. j complaint checkbook from his or- to committee. That action In ef- National Guard bf t'~~^ As a decorator he has a flourish- bit for a wh »e and let him fade the;fect Would kill it fofr this session "on the basil df ri6«j new ly Installed officers Pendleton, vice-president, Mrs. rp , H , hp , e »-K trade and makes good money onslaught of bill collectors, then every, but where il SOBS 1 don't know. He Perhaps he'll be willing to tnake 7:30 p. m. in the Jr.,'High'Audit- orium. The public is cordially in-, vited. t ^ Friday May 20 The Dahlia Garden Mils Patsy Allen VVed« James Herbert Brlstow Miss Patsy Allen daughter of M.r.- and Mrs. Pete Allen Route 4, Club will Hope, became the bride of James The meeting adjourned with the P. T. A. prayer. V. F. W. Auxiliary Have Installation Service The V. F. W. Auxiliary held their . — ——-—»•• ^-4H V ft •** _ tvAYI • »>^.?T, £1 Ui-kiJl a L JF HC IU UlCir meet Friday May 20, at 2 o'clock J* erbert Bn stow son of Mr. and annual dinner at White's Cafe Tues- in the home of Mrs. Ira Turner- Mrs. O. H. Bristow of Hope in a day May 17, at 7 p. m with Mrs. Dick Erwin and Mrs. A,j double ri "8 ceremony Saturday ev-i Those from Lewisville attending T-» »irj-)ji_i, « - » . nrnntr Q| ^. *jn : n *u« Unmn n t iu_'ii__ . . b D. Middle'brooks, Jr., $) hostess. as associa- Mrs. Jack Brown will present her. ehing at 5:30 in the home of the ! Rev. Virgil D. Keeley. . uanay Mrs. Eethel Stricklin and Now, as a child, she is on a Mother Goose jag. jingles together ^-«««^ -«"promises to p"ay a toill, in fact says a more equable arrangement. How IIP her he has P aid "• then seis a notice in equable it will be depends upo« i your own powers of insistence and a serious 'resistance, I hope you make the was in the old tightwad yell loud and long. The m on- Dear Miss Dix: When my daughter-in-law was expecting her second shaking her"he'ad °Neve > r'''mind°Thei lonal groceries are all my husband child - she asked me to stay at her sheep in the meadow the cows in ever P 3 ? 8 for - I have worked out- hous e with the older boy so his the corn. Isn't that sleepy little side - taken in boarders and done | schooling wouldn't be interrupted boy ever g «.,«-...u:__ ,..,_ ,___,_.. . ,,ru, „ ...__ _« iu« i t»_i im.!. bright new My wife, Frances, and I believe Tracy must be a genius because, although her second birthday is ey I received in settlement paid off "No shoes," she says sadly. J he mortgage on our home. Occas- going to get a pair of everything possible to get out of while she was at the hospital. This ,v shoes? de bt, but for every bill I pay, he * agreed to do, not knowing that runs up two. What can I do? KATE L. Answer: Since you realize, at last she didn't b'ke me. She has always been so nice to my face but a few people have told me she's so dlf- ShorT who led the campaign or national ,. --------- "o ajuiuugii JlCI OCUUIIU QirinQaV *S ~— •"*•*•*« w»i*^*;,7WL*iccnj^C(C»i.ic*aL* — r-.— ..— .«, . w . u ...._ ui»w « w «»*- tne banquet were; Mrs. Dewie still a month away, she can count that you're on a treadmill, going ferent when I'm not around. Since _ _ The bride wore a navy blue Iin- Mrs-^Faye "kilwee en suit with white accessories and ladies piano pupils in , recital at Fulton j her corsage was of pink carnations, ' Union Church Friday May 20, 7:45 o'clock. The following will be presented; Barbara Grisham, Joyce Grumpier, Cecelia Cox, .Huth Shirley, Gene Cook, Nancy Cox and Judy Weaver. .After a short wedding trip the of these' were presented corsages | up from the Auxiliary. tv,oi^ their to five and tell the primary,faster and faster to get nowhere, I J heard this I don't like to visit j. | suggest that you push he "stop"i her - MRS. M. That is, she can do these things (button and get off. Why you have! Answer: You are very foolish, when she isn't in her dotage or Sone on so long, when your hus- «. - , .T«H,M* iji»^ nyii L iij nci UUlagc \)l fy ""•* *"*»&» *r*»ti» jwwi 1114*3,, _ out soing president. Mrs. trying to tease me. A child's dot- band has a income and could well Saturday May 21 • • •• «The Melody Maids will toe enter- twined at a luncheon, at 12:30 p. m. t n 11 -n . , . .. . . a- at Delia Fenwick. was presented a age comes just before its nap or a«ord to take care of his own bills Mrs. M., to pay attention to the malicious gossip of meddlesome women. In the seven years of her FOR SALE rf ** House Boat, Hull 18x32. Cabin 12x18, mad*'6 ( t^ insh cypress. Equipped with. Hot*Watef. and cold water, kitchen sink, and drain t bath, Marine toilet, electric lights, Beautyrest Mattresses. Can-be repaired for Boat or used as cabin. Nicely, furnished, SEE R. V. HERNDON At the Hope Furniture Company. /.Va West sixth street in Hope where corsage and a gift from the 'Aux-!bedtime".~vhen"its~ wltV wander^like and malntata a"home',"V"b'eyond 'marriage, your daughter-in-law 111 a T»V F*-i»* Un»inv. n 1 n «J^_*ji. f. .1 ' ,» - l ...... . _ .. . l Br ' 5tOW ls em P'°y ed - DeAnn Lilac Garden Club Met With Mrs. J. C. Burke iliary for her loyal and faithful'those ' of some very old people. | me. What does he do with his mo- has never shown you anything but service as president. The newly elected president, Margaret Me- Mahen was presented a corsage. Following the banquet the group At such moments Tracy insists ney? Since he is aware of what you res Pect and affection, according to four comes after two and there is 'do with yours, you're entitlad to y ? ur own statement. How can you no such number as three at all. But a'child loves nothing better Beth The DeAnn Lilac Garden Club ? vent ,, to . the V. F. W. Hut for thelthan pulling a grownup's leg. Thus ^esdavMav 9th ?r the home i^ 3 ^ 1 ! 0 " «" "«««»• . ««•_ D-- it is that on some days, although Associate hostess are, Alice Coffee, Irene Thornton, Loretta Munn, Jo Ann Hart and Bobbie J. Turner. . . Sunday May 22 The annual Luck and Jackson Reunion will be held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church near Waterloo on May 22nd. Family members and " iends are cordially invited to at- ided. Reverend Charles B.' Luck Duke's Beauty Salon 1019 W. 7th Phone 7-4389 ' Featuring Duke's Variation Cut • Operators Floy Hartsfield.— Ethel Moran , I'm not coming home until you fix those front steps. What's more, you need liability insurance in case anyone should fall on those steps and sue you. It costs only $10 a year at Roy Anderson Insurance Agency. Let me know when «j5you get a policy. Helen. met of Mrs. J. C. ; Burke, with Mrs. Ston Willis , as co-hostess. The meeting was called to order by the president Mrs. Wayard Burke. Secretary, Mrs. C. R. Samuel read the .minutes and gave a brief sketch of the demonstration that was, given by Mrs. H. H. Urrey of DeQue'en in April. Prayer and devotional was given by Mrs. J.-C. Burke. . The Burke home was beautifully decorated with lovely flower arrangements. The dining table was a very lovely setting centered with .a large bouquet of pink roses. Mrs. Richard Arnold won the prize for flower arrangement. There were 15 members present, new member Joining Mrs. Martha Crider, and one visitor, Mrs. Pats y.-- • it is that on some days, although grass is green and .u Was the '""ailing officer the sky is blue, Tracy will stoutly are not responsible for his bills or the same information from him. |P" 'hat record against idle words At this point you'd better put the from an outsider? small amount of money you have The fact that you listened to these left from the settlement into hiding jbtisybodies, that they succeeded in and announce that henceforth you stirring up the trouble they wanted -- - |She was presented with a remembrance gift from the Auxiliary. Mrs. Lloyd Kinard Is President Of Lilac Garden Club The Lilac Garden Club met Wednesday May 18, in the home of Mrs B. L, Rettig with Mrs. Mike Kelly as associate hostess. The entertaining rooms were decorated with roses and the dining table held a center piece of magnolia blossoms. The meeting was opened by the president, and the short business session followed. The nominating committee chairman, Mrs. Graydon Anthony pre- [sented the slate of officers for the argue both are red. In fact, when'for household expenses. she is in her scarlet mood, she even upholds (he theory her feet or red. Tracy, do you. want to grow up to be a real fat girl or a real pretty girl?" I ask her. "Real fat!" she answers, looking up with a leer that only childhood knows. She has such a tremendous thirst for knowledge —she seems A man who loves money, or who wants to spend it on his own plea sures and amusements, loves to gel hold of an obliging wife who will take over the financial responsibility of the home. Once he realizes how pleasant such a situation is, he'll never retrace his steps to face obligations. He's Spoiled Your man has been thoroughly under the sun each moment — it sometimes appalls me. , The hostess served a delicious j coming year which were, elected. olate of cookies, and punch. After the.meeting the group toured to Ozan td visit the' Arthur Gray flower gardens. Mr. Gray has every known shade and color of iris and has more han 1,000 hills or clumps now. Tftere are more than 800 tulips growing in the gardens. It was 9» interesting and enjoyable tb'ittv Ofllesby P. T..A. Electa Officers ..pglesby P. T. A. met May 18, in he school auditorium, and the op- President, Mrs. Lloyd Kinard, vice-president; Mrs. Herbert Stephens, secretary; Mrs. P. C. Step- hehs, treasurer; Mrs. Mike Kelly, historian, Mrs. S. G. Norton and publicity; Mrs. Pat Casey. The incoming president appointed Mrs. "J. M. Harbin as chairman of the year book. The program on, conservation and trees was given by Mrs. B. L. Rettig, and a round table discussion followed. Delicious refreshments of homemade ice cream and cake were served to the twelve members present. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. James A. Miller Hope, Versie Wigley, Hope. Discharged: Mr. Dalton Garrett Hope. Crawford and Johnye Mae Milus Rt. 3, Hope announce the arriva of.a daughter May 17. Tracy as a baby, was watch her spritelike child's mind unfold. But I have an uneasy feeling now that she is studying me as much as I am studying her. This is a real crossroads in life for any parent, the. time when it is perhaps wise if he went into a closed room, stared at himself in the mirror, and started pondering over what he wants his child lo see in him. _u a ™_^7 thi "? spoked by your frantic efforts to keep abreast of his spending. If you try. to keep it up, you'll have Mr. Pinchpenny will come across with a nickel for your care. .0 white shirts 3.95 UP in the smartest most flattering collar style? 'Arrow Whitei— -worn by men who dress for' success. 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Their sponsor, Old Gold, tries to protest their identities as closely as if they were state secrets on the theory that hte mystery creates added interest among viewers. But he has furnished some facts: Miss Regular Pack has been a member of the act the longest, making her debut in 9148. Second was Miss King Size, who made her debut in April 1953. The newest member is Miss Filter King, who joined last September. Miss Regular Pack is a professional who comes from a long line of dancers, and she also is choeo- grapher for the act. Her comment, relayed through the secrecy veil, is: 'At first I didn't like it. What entertainer would? But now I wouldn't have it otherwise. Today I dance before millions of people week. Hoofing it before television I couldn't dance to that many people in a lifetime. And when you like dancing, you like to dance for lots of people." Miss King Size likes the anony- nith. She had decided to retire from show business after she re- cent marriage, but she present assignment enables her to continue with no publicity that might interfere with the privacy of an ordinary housewife. Miss Filter King, a pretty 20- year-old who has appeared o n stage, screen and TV, finds the security 'regulations something of a problem because she is single.' "The sponsor won't permit me to explain even to my boyfriend,": she declares, "and he wants to" know why I can't date him Saturday night." to foment, will increase their desire to make up more stories. Please stop their gossip before it gets worse There are three times as many women 100 years old as men. Don't Scratch That Itch! In Just 15 Minutes, If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug store. Try instant-drying ITCH-ME-NOT at any time'of day or night toKILL germ and fungus ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other surface itches. Today at John S. Gibson Drug Co. 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