Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 1, 1955 · Page 4
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HOM ARKANSAS *atoi«, bWvlrtg while fatd .fi»tea Ruiltjr, fined $50.00 fi^ in jail.- fhonias, No City car Ii, Forfeited fS.OO cash bond. n, Williatrf datitt, Drum -iNJrfeited «10.0d caa PRESCOTT Hotp4» t'olloiwlhg too clos afffithfer Vehicle, Forfeited $5,6 Vess t ftunnfng stop sigh eitfed JSJ^'cbsft oond. ffiohn Phillips,, Aggravated as MBit, Plea' guilty fined $100.00. • " Harris*. Aggravated as '• CSfllfe .vgay, vqtfflKtypjtefi&vii : ,Tra ,e, Disturbing peace', Plea gu c ^.y, fined $10.00. &* John Henry McDonald, Disturb ;%Sbgfp<Jil»ce, Forfeited .$10.00 Jackson, Assault and Bat- eryV- Dismissed. RdBeH Lindsey, Petit larceny S?*Pis;missed. ' ; Ellis Bostic, Illegal cohabitation - l»i Francis Gene Monk, Illegal co Stonwdi »IRCY MEDICINE j " ** i enUmber th« Date Monday June 6, 1955 White's Drive-in will be open every Monday. Charlotte Blood i „' i. < , t i ,-.*//» ^ .,•' Friday's and Saturday's Open unHI.1 1:30 P.M. * From GUNTER RETAIL i LUMBER CO. " 422! E! blVISION * Wednesday June 1 (Mrs. Esther E. Huskey will pro- sent her pupils in a piano recital Wednesday at 8 p. m. at the First Baptist Church. The public.is cordially invited. The Session of the .Presbyteriah Church will meet Wednesdfty'even- ing at the church. The Dorothy Ramey Dancing school will present a recital on Wednesday evening at 8:15 at Henderson Stale Teachers College. Mrs. Esther E. Huskey will present her paino pupils in a recital Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. at the First Baptist Church. The public is cordially invited. and Enemies of Our Gardens" was given by (Mrs. H. H. •McKetizie. Mfs. L.-A. Green, Mrs. N. R. Nelson, "Mrs. Tom Bemis, Mrs. Dudley Rouse, Mrs. O. G. Hirst and Mrs. C. P, Arnold, Jr., were welcomed as new members. A delectable'salad course was served; MARKETS Wednesday, June t, 1$5l , *-. Continued from Page The Session of the Presbyterian Church will meet on Wednesday evening at the church. Pine Garden Club Meets With Mre. B. A. beLamar The Southern Pine Garden Club held the last meeiing of the club year on Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. B. A. DeLamar wi- ll'Mrs. John M. Pittman co-hos'- ess. Arrangements of pansles and •oscs decorated the living room, 'he dining table was centered will a fruit arrangement. The president, Mrs. Jack Harrell, ailed, the meeting to order.with irayer..., During the 'bus,ine,ss/. s.es r ion, Mrs. Glenn Hairstbn secre- afy pro-te.m, read the minutes. Roll "call was grisWe} - e4>with the "iarne of.an insect. ATI 'informative' talk 6n "Friends Have ' : Ladle* 'Nlflht , Ladi6s Wight -was observed aVihie regular meeting of Prescott'kiwi anls Club oh-'Thursday evening a{ the kawson-Hotel. • • ""• 'Covers Were-laid for 46 at'tables centered with'arrangements of garden flowers. The invocation was given by Rev. W. G. Bensberg. ; Group sihgihg was led by Jeff Livingston after which he introduced the Bodettes, 'Misses LaDon Ward and Elizabeth Butler, who sang "Quick Silver" "Taller Than Trees," "Muskrat 'Ramble" and "Tumbling Tumble Weeds." Mrs. Tom Silvey played the piano accompaniment. Jack .Robey, president, introduced Joe T. Smith of Arkadelphia who in turn introduced Dr. David Moore, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Arkadelphia, who spoke on "'Life is Made Up Of Little Things' and on "The Fine Art of Letting Go." " • essary. I. S. McClinton of Little Rock president of the Arkansas !tte"trc Democratic Association, said the decision was now "the law of the land" and added that he' thinks •;the ; people of . the .South are far enough/along in culture and. intelligence to where we will., be fully governed by . the. law." ''•'••• '\Lt: 'Gpv. Nathan Gordon said" the decision Wa's "about as 'much.as could be hoped fqr.in Arkansas." He said tie''was jl.ia'd the Supreme Court 'had •'considered the .matter ''"as' fcrim'a^ily,"a 'local problem." Gordon^" A ; Mqrrilton attorney predicted litigation' before, com- plet^ integration',1s "achieved in Arkansas.' . Vir'gil Blossom superintendent of Little Rock schools, said he didn't think there would be any integration in Little Rock next term. The school board, he said, probably will discuss the matter "in the near 'future." Dr. William G. Cooper, head of the Little Rock school board, was out of' town and not available for comment. Schools at Fayetetville and Charleston in Northwest Arkansas already have integrated to some degree. This involved only about 20 of the 105,000 Negro School chil dren in Arkansas, however. labitation, Dismissed. State Docket James Hester, Disturbing peace. 'orfeited $10.00 cash bond. •'.' iNealy Green, Passing on a hill, 'orfeited $5.00. cash bond. • ,-' Clayton JacKson, -Pass-ing in a estricted zone, -Forfeited $5.00 cash ond. ..... ' James Hester, Carrying a con- ealed weapon, Forfeited $50.00 le, \Vjlliam L. Taylor, .Ben Earl ash ibond. • •' ' • ' Jesse 'Lee Bfoadway, Oril Terti- immerman, Speeding, Forfeited i.OO cash bond. John William Carter, Lloyd Mdn- enori,' Improper passing; -Forfeited 5.00 'cash bond.' . '. A, E. .S^iisser, 3 counts of Forgery an'd' Ulterin'g/ 'Ekamination. held; Bound to Grand Jury; bond fixed at $2,000:00. f/ ii • Silver Lee Scott, Obstructing 'Justice, Di&miiSsed.. '' i . Lex;. Jones, Aggravated 'assault - ''• ' Mr. and Mrs. Bemis Have Fish Fry Mr. and Mrs-. Toni Bemis w,ere hosts at a fish'fry at their','homc'.on Thursday evehirig,: 1 . Guests included!Mr. arid Mrs. H.'M. McKenziO, Mr...arid Mrs. O. W. .Ellsworth,; Mrs. J. R. Bemis and J. H. Bemis. LITTLE ROCK W> — Northwest area: Market weak. Demand fair. Broilers and fryers 26-28 cents- mostly 27 cents. Batesville-Flo ral a rea: Market steady; undertone unsettled. Broilers and fryers 28-29 cents. All prices f.o.b. farm. NEW YORK STbcKs . : •" NEW YORK UP) _ The stock market was , higher today - although there, were widely divergent trends in the ( rlh r oooooooopoop. Railroads and airlines advanced smartly while alrcrafts and tobael cos retreated under selling pres' sure; • ' ' • .«?«.<•; The pace of trading was CXCP!- ent at around 2'/ 2 :millioh s'haVes J h ^o day - Yestei 'day's total was 90,000 share with the market mixed. Late afternoon prices were 20 to 70 cents" a bale lower than the previous: close. July 33.82 October 33.95 and December 34.02. GRAI NAND ROVISIONS .- S . .„..• -• » . r ; | 'H. T. Hollis vs." George, Bolden Lucy -Ann. Boldeni 'Action on account for $80.00, Judgement for Defendant Ifo.tice of appeal. City^iFurniture '.'. £o.,\.vs.-' GJacie . Comtis, Action in replevin for furniture, Dismissed oft motion Plaintiff. . Rev. Blackburn , Lions Speaker At the regular luncheon meeting 'of Prescott Lions Club held on Thursday at. the .Broadway Hotel, program chairman Albert Evans introduced Rev. Scldon Blackburn, pastor of the -First Christian Church, who chose for. his talk "The Four Anchors of Life." Twenty-six members and two visitors were present.. WANTED TO BUY * v, i . 4/4 & 5/4 Green Soft Hardwood Lumber Gum (All Types) Ash, Maple, Sycamore, - »"•"• Hackberry, Gottopwood * M : «. « .~For Pricey & Specification* Write McCoy-Couch Furniture Mfg. Co. BENTON, ARKANSAS Mrs. McMahen , '".": .Presents .Recital, Mrs. J. V. McMahen presented her violin, piano and voice pupils ln ; recital on Wednesday evening at ,the. EducaUonal Building of Firs^ Atethodist Church. Numbers on the program included: : The iWlnd Speaks, prant^chaefer Such a' Li'1 .Fellow, 'Dichmont; by Sue Keeley. '• • • '" I Don't -Want to Play .in Your Yard, 1 .'Petrie; by Betsy Jane ;Mc- Mahenv.;.-. •,: ;: •„••- • r The 'Black *;;and.iWhite ; 'iPuppet, Weber, Long, Long Ago, Bayly, by Betty Lindsey. Indian Love Call, Friml, Without a Song, Youman, >by Amelia Harrell. ,f- V : Iri a Toy Shop, Nevin, toy Mildred Buchanan. • • By the Bend of the River, Edward, Love's Old Sweet Song, Molloy, toy Linda Gail McBrayer. 'Dance by Betsy Jane McMahen. Sing 'Me to Sleep, Greene, The Lass With the \Delicate Aire, Arne, by Delores Escarre. Porky The : Porcupine, 'Whitney, Twitterpated, Disney, by Mildred Buchanan. Piccolo Pete, Nevin, Wee Folks March, Raezer, by Marcella Cox.: Let iMy Sonfi. Fill Your Heart, Ernest Charles, by Sue Keeley. Three Little Maids from .School, Gilbert & Sullivan, May the Good Lord Bless and. Keep You, Willson -Stickles, toy Amelia Harrell, Sue Keeley, Delores Escarre. Ushers were Sara Janet Bryson, Marilyn White. Assisting .accompanies!, Mrs, J. C. Steger.,,;., • Arson Trial Underway at Greenwood MEAT VALUES FOR THUR, - FRI, - SAT. 3 ift's Delicious COIS We'll Slice Guests in,,the,home of Mr., and Mrs, ..Gordon iDanner.. on Sunday were W. O. and^rs..Horace Green Louise arid "Franklin Green, Shirley Dempsey, and Carol Perry of BooneviJle,' Ml'. and Mrs. Jack Thornt6n\-arid,'- children, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Haynie, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Maynie and Jerry of El Dorado; Mrs, J. Leldnd Lavender of Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banner of Gurdon; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haynie Glenn and Joe of Smackover Mr, and Mrs. Paul «aynie -and Thurmgn Lobe, and B. F. Haynie of Prescott. GREENWOOD, (/B— A Greenwood police officer has testified in the arson trial of S. V. Stroud that he saw a pick-up truck speed away from the Stroud lumber co. shortly before it burst into falm- es. Greenwood Chief of Police Ed Hall testified yesterday that ' he and three officials, acting under information from Deputy Constable Roy Barry, waited near the lunv ber firm on the night of April . 8 when the company and stock burned. . .1 Stroud faced his second day in court here today on a charge of arson in connection with the destruction of his lumber company. Elmer McCaniels, a handy man at the company, yesterday pleaded guilty to a similar, charge. No sentence has .been passed by- Circuit Judge Paul, Wolfe. . Earlier yesterday, Barry • testified -that Stroud told him oni the day of the fire to tell Hall that if he went coon hunting that night '.!tKe«e' Will:toib"money-w — it : ?or him". .Barry,'.the first witness for the prosecution, told ? the court of -a conversion. he had .with Stroud April 8> .:; ;. .' - .,.-. - : Barry. ;was asked by Stroud if the police chief planned to attend a birthday party arranged for that night and when'(Barry told him lie supposed • so', Stroud asked him if Kail intended to 'go hunting, the constable testified. When Hall'" took the stand, he said that he sent word to Stroud that he intended to go on the hunt. Hall testified that on April 8 he attended the 'birthday party for a short while and ' later joined a group of men in a hunting party. Then, Halt said, he and Sgt. Bernard Young and Trooper Ed Blackard of the Arkansas Statie Police and Greenville Mayor Hilliard Bryan drove out to a position within sight of the lumber company. Hall then gave his testimony he had seen the pick-up truck leaving the 'company. He; told the court he could'not identify the driver. Lee Kurtz, a deputy constable, testified that he worked for Stroud in February. Under cross examination by Strouds Attorney, Boyd Tackett, the constable was asked if he passed the spot where the police chief's car was supposed to have been POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO MPI — Live poultry steady; receipts in coops 507 yes- erday ;1;,020 coops 112,455 Ib; f.o b saying prices unchanged; .heavy! hens 22.5-28; light hens 165-17- broilers or fryers 30-32; 'old roosters 12-12.5; caponettes 36-38. Butter steady; receipts 2,033,194; wholesale buying prices unchan"- ed; 93 score AA 56.75; 92 A 567590 B 54.5; 89 C 52.5; cars 90 B 55; 89 C 53. Eggs steady; receipts 27,153; Wholesale buying prices unchang cd U. S. large whites 60-69.9 paj cent A's 34 mixed 33.5; medium.' 30 U. S. standards 29.5 dirties 27.5 checjs 24.5 current receipts 28.5. • : NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK I/P) —Cotton futures declined today under pressure of general liquidation. Losses at one time extended to almost $1 a bale. The market came back partially in later dealings on short covering and trade buying. Weakness in nearby July and uncertainty o ve r the government cotton program next: season touched off the selling. Distant months in particular were influenced by reports that legislation will Oe introduced which will give the farmer, the choice of continuing the present cotton program or shift- ng to one of larger cotton acreage and lower price supports. parked. Kurtz said he did pass the spot. Vhen asked by Tackett if he saw he car, he answered that he did not see it. CHICAGO I/PI — Feed grains made a little forward progress on the Board of Trade today but in general the.'.market was a ragged affair. -.:••' Hye .als.o was up-.around a cent at one tpie,' but profit taking late in'the session either reduced or wiped .out the advance. Wheat .hart a slighfy easier trend early, re covering toward the finish. 1 Only ''soybeans established anc maintained 'a "cjefihitctrend. The> declined in 'sympathy with a down turn' in soybean oil and meal. Ii the cash market bean meal fell ti another five years low at 50 ti $50.50 a to^ Wheat closed -1 '4 lower, Julj S1.98,-'/4, corn unchanged to higher, Ju ly $ 1.43 '/r, oats mi changed to '/ 4 higher, July 68:'a \'4. rye to 2 cents lower, July $1.06-'/2 soybeans 1 to 4 cent; lower, July 2.43 : '4-$2.44. Wheat: None. Corn: No. 1 yel low 1.49; No. 2 1.49-401/4 No. ' 1.471/4-; No. 4 1.431/z sample grade; ;;1.33!£. Oats: No. 1 heavy white 79; No. 1 mixed 76. Soybean oil: 12'/ 2 ; soybean meal: 50,00-5.50. .Barley, nominal: Malting choice •1.34-5;3; feed 98-1.15. Sponky Nof Mad of the Cardinals -MOBILE,-Ala., (ff) — Eddie Stan ky, out of a job but not an income, says he holds "no grievance or ill feeling toward anyone" in the 'St. Louis Cardinal organization over his firing last week. "That's just -baseballe" the former Redbird manager told newsmen yesterday. He predicted that within a year or two St. Louis will have "a great team and one that will stay great Tor a long time." Stanky's contract lasts through 1956 and repo rt ed ly calls for an annual -salary of between $40,000 and $4,5000. . ' • . He said he hasn't decided what he will do now. , • "I don't' know yet and that's just what I'm going to decide when my vacation is over. I'll talk it over with Dickie (Mrs. Stanky) and to|ether we'll see just what the fu- :ure holds 'for us and whore we can fit in best." Jones Names Land Office Replacements LITTLE ROCK UP)— state Land Commissioner James Jones today named five new employes, at least U.ree of whom could be identified wjth the administration of former Gov. Francis Cherry. Cherry appointed Jones to th office. * Jones designated Civil Turney o Heber Springs as chief deputy J. C. Stevens of Magnolia .a. attorney and chief appraiser, anc Sam Cannon. C. B. Bradburn and Shirlec Gentry, all of Little Rocl as other members of his staff. Stevens and Cannon both were employed in stale jobs during Cherry's administration. Miss Gentry, who graduates from the University of Arkanr.as this week, is a daughter of Leffel Gentry who was Cherry's campaign manager in his two races for governor. During the Cherry administration, Stevens was employed in tiie Finance Department and Cannon, formerly of Jonesboro was the slate parole director. Jones took the action after the Arkansas Supreme Court had iegally clinched his claim to the Land office employes, including a Brother, Ben, and two daughters, of the late Land Commissioner Uaude A. Rankin. He and Mrs. Rankin, widow of Ihe commissioner, had been involved in a court suit over the position. .After Jones had been appointed by Cherry, Mrs. Rankin was appointed by Governor Faubus short- y after the latter took office. But appointes claimed the job. jecause of his appointed status, Jones may not- run for the office nex-t year. WASN'T AUTHORIZED BOULDER. COlo. (UP) —f : 1. University of Colorado coeds fa disciplinary action today becl they spent a night in a mouril cabin with a group of Sigma I fraternity men. A university official said would have been all right if- overnight had been authorized, it wasn't." ' , Junt t, W5 No part of the ocean is known to ;e iifeless. The Turks used 60,700,000 i of Turkish tobacco in 1954, up it less than 40 million 10 years al MOM ITAt* MOM. ARKANSAI Get the 10OTAIltTIOmE ONLY 491 •;THursday June 2 ;.' ; .!*he Green Laseter Home Demon- fclMtiori Club will meet in:the home of "Mrs. Earl Fincher at 7:30 p. m. Sjhursday June 3rd. ^•-•;; : ; _• • • • Attending Children's State Convention Boyle Continued from Pif* On* the tenaticy of a bulldog and the diplomacy of an ambassador. Mary, who usually sets out on her morning patrol in a rented limousine, has all these qualities in abundance. He r native cheerfulness is also a big help in claming ruffled guests who have an idea it is bad for the nerves to look DOROTHY DIX Says He Loves Both . Chapter 238 OES will meet „. _„ „. ... ^Thursday June 2, at B p. m..'All,«f,™?' S,V. ella - tfietn-bers are urged to- attend. ."1^'H'day June 3 '• flrownie Scout Troop of Garland i, School, 2nd. and 3rd. grades will I'Wicet at. the li-ttle house Friday kji JUhc 3rd. from 3 to 5 p. m. for a W Wciner.Roast with Mrs. Doyle Rea- VCis'iand Mrs. Joe ifSrs Harper as lea- Mechanics New ft Used; .PARTS.!' 26.9 EXTRA SPECIAL! SAVI Esso Regular Gal. Esso Extfra Gal. WYLIE Glass & Salvage Cot West 3rd Street ' OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ; Monday June 6 -.Circle No. 2 WSCS, Mrs. Ross Moore leader, will meet Monday at 4'p. -m. in the home of Mrs; T S. McDavitt with Mrs. Ralph Routon | and Mrs. Bessie D. Green as Co- fii. hostess, |!|.> -Workers SS Class fr Those attending the Childrens'at the sun before noon. State Convention at the Hotel San j " Most famous j are v?!*? 1 ^. ttle , Rock are MrrS - Sam !pr>'hingly g^od-natured and well '"Leader, Carolyn behaved early in the morning,' Foster, and Diana I she said "particularly after they *» « .... , ,._ . , — «Jt*it» p cii til. 14*at ij Helms. The Convention will be m get a cup of hot coffee. session Wednesday and Thursday. >ir I M.*t With Mra. Otha Roberts ["ilthe Workers SS Class of Garrett Memorial Baptist Church met in ^ the-home of 'Mrs. Otha Roberts on j|6th.,St., Monday evening, with 3 Mrsc Louis Smith as associate -hos- J'tess-.. \\fhc meeting was opened by the ringing ol two hymns. Then- the ]>r.ogram chairman, Mrs, B. M. Hazzard presented Mrs. Smith who ,K»ye,_the devotional- using 1st as her subject. The Trea- irer report was Srnest Cobb. given,-by Mrs FOR SALE Grocery Store and Market, good V ; location for a 7 to 11 business Located,on Highway 67. PORTERFIELD GROCERY & MARKET || j'puring the social hour delightful II refreshments were served to ' 10 Jjie.m.bers and three visitors. -' Tl)e closing prayer was voiced by T. Z. Gibson of Patmos Honored On 82nd Birthday Mr. T. Z, Gibson of Patmps was honored on his 82nd. Birthday Sunday May 29th. with a picnic at Fair Park in Hope. Tliose attending were, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Barber and Sonny of El Dorado; Mrs. Opal Hanes and Audra Gail of Parson, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. iLester Reppond nf Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ken Gibson of Parson, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Boyette and family "But a hotel lobby can be a pretty dismal place at dawn." On one quest, finding the hole elevator unattended, Mary 'ste'ppec in and operated it herself, managing to hit the right floor after a few misses. On another, a hotel detective, seeing her sitting in the lobby, asked her mission, and Mary replied: "Trying to pick up a guest.' This seemed to conlirm the detective's worst suspicions. "It took a phone call to the network to straighten that out," said Mary, laughing. Miss Kelly, who started as a of Lewisville, Mr. and Mrs. George typist for a Hartford, Conn, insur- -M?ss Gwen Frith. • ;;• Attending Rainbow - ' '•ponvention ' jl'VThe following from Hope are at- ji •lending the rainbow convention in .tie Rock; Janell Yocum, 6p'bby ~y 'Turner, Judy Hammoris, 'Carolyn Long, and Teresa Williams, 'there, they' will be entertain- with several ibanquets and a ; Be alert I Look for the greatest truck) economy advancement in years— v ifhort-stroke engine design. ONLY FORD N •gives you Short Stroke power in every truck! Short-itrok. engln. cult friction at much at 35%. Piston rings la it up to 53% longer. You save up to -1 gallon of gat in 7. No wonder Ford, with «//• Short Stroke engin.i, wa» th. only leading truck maker to increaie sales In 19541 turned from Washington D. C. where they have 'been the guests of Miss Sarah McGill. : RESH PORK IECK BONES DINERS 3ibs. 1.00 pWMEAT 5lb$ 1.00 IREGR.BEEF 4 Ibs 1.QQ I»M* Mr. and Mrs, Coy ODewoody had as their guests Sunday, Thursday Jerry and Mike Oewoody of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Thurman Dewoody, j r ., O f Wichita, Kansas. MrSgt. and Mrs. L. B. Helton and and children ,of Fort .Smith .visited in ftrescott, Fridaiy, jM[rs."H«lfon,' Johnny"and Michael'li ave • jiist returned from Germany where, she has been visiting her parents. ; •I.:.;.. ':' — — '" • ••- • .•'"' Mr. and Mrs. p, fi. Wicker and son of Naples, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Wicker and Daughter, Caroline, pf Corpus.Ohri^i, Texas were (he weekend ' guests of Mr. and Mrs.,. Gefle. Mrs. Paul Hiett motored to nolia Thursday and was accompan ied home by Miss Mary Dilliard who was her weekend guest Mrs. W. F. Oenman has recently returned from Victoria,, Texas where she has been visiting her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Allen Millff- man. • , q, . S s || "if-Shearer—Arnold |f Xj&tv.,and. Mrs. Frank Shearer! of (/Washington announce the .ap- /: preaching marriage of their dau- JJ ghter, Frances, to Roy Arnold, son If pf'.'-Mri' and Mrs. Lee Arnold of De- The wedding will toe .Friday, '3,>-at -DeQueen with Rev, Ho| iper Henry officiating. . . I >-;IjJr.'. Arnold and Miss Shearer are 1 employed .in Hope'/*Alter, "a', short I •wedding trip to : Shreveport, the i couple .will reside at Route l,..Was- Givson and Junior of Lewisville Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gibson, Linda Billy and Ronnie of Hope, Mr. anc Mrs. Albert Smith and family o Hope, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keller and Sue, of Texarkana, Tex., Mr and Mrs. E. L. Marrison and fam ily of Memphis, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Camp of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stiles of Ida, La., Mrs Oscar Eller of Tarrance, Calif., Mr.- Watson Holmes of Lewisville, Mrs. Delia Smith of Emmet, H. Grady Holmes of Texarkana, Mrs, Glendon Flowers and June of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Turner McBay anc Janice Dian, Wilmer, and Sammie of Texarkanai Mrs. Lee Dodson anc family of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodson of Emerson, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Gibson and Kenneth Wayne of Patmos, Mr. and Mrs. ' Troy Stiles and family of Dumas, Texas, Mrs. Paulinp Foster and children of Transylania, La., •Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stiles and Tommie Joe .of Kansas City, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Ba-ker, Larry, and Lois Jean of Magnolia, Mr. and -Mrs. William Smith and family, of .Alexandria, La., Howard Smith of Hope, D. E. Evans of Hope. Mrs. S.. R. Hamilton of Hope, Mr. and 'Mrs. Marion Dodson and family of Dallas, Tex., Miss -Burtern Cornelius of Hope, Mrs. Mae Evans and Steave McCoy of Texarkana, -Mr.. and Mrs..Tommie Lee Lively of Hope, Mr., and Mrs. J. C. Gibson and. .boys of Hope, Mrs. Robert P.rjce . and . son of Stephens, Ark., James Smith of Patmos and, Wayne ' ance firm, came here at 19 and landed a job as a newspaper copy girl. Later she 'worked for a feature syndicate before going into television. She has been adopted as a foster mother by J. Fred Muggs, TV's pioneer chimpanzee star. She chaperoned J. Fred Muggs on a world tour last summer. "If I come into the room and don't go over and let him kiss me, he throws a fit,"' said Mary. On a recent trip to Dublin to get film material for the show she also was bussed on the nose by Tuly a r, the $750,000 Irish National stallion. On still another assign- Attorntyt Stek to SOY* Turn«r LlTfLfe ftbctf (If) — Lawyers for M. L. (Bill) Turner argued for reconsideration of the death sentence against their client in a last-ditch appearance before the Arkansas Supreme Court today. Hendrix Rowell of Pine Bluff and William I. Purifoy of Camden told the court that it incorrectly assumed in affirming the death sentence on appeal, that tviro A year ago he suddenly reappear- girl. 1 guess"I was'"a1fraid"t'o know' physiclans wl }° "Ported Turner ed in our town, said he loved only,and was grateful I didn't ask. 1 f an6 were selected by the de- Dear Miss DLx: Jim and 1 had] been going together for five years c 'ded his return, or anything. Oh and had been engaged for one when J^s! We had continued to corres- he fell in love with a 19^year-old Pond through it all. His letters were girl. Xe was then 25 and I 23. Me inerely friendly; mine were des- broke the engagement to marry criptlve of my loneliness and how this girl and they moved ,to ano* I * missed him. •' ther state. I was absolutely deso* At the time of our marriage nil- late - ther one of us mentioned the other Version of Mow tht Talk* W«fit me, and we were married. ThatjkView soon enough, however, was all, I made no inquiries about! . Immediately after our honey- fense. Asst. Atty. Gen. Thorpe Thorn- what had happened between him moon she called him, regretting as - replying for the state, declared and the other girl, what had de- that they had quarreled, saying the Supreme Court had been how heartbroken she svas at his -tutoy aware that the physicians mariage and begging to seeh 1m. i were appointed by the trial judge. ment she donned a steelworker's helmet and climbed the rigging of a midtown building under construction. Only once has Mary let a guest get away. One morning she went to pick up Ava Gardner and found the'film star had moved out the night before without leaving word of her new address. Her toughest assignment was fo tind Alexander Kerensky, head of :he Russian provincional government in 1917, the morning Premier Stalin died. "All we knew was the street he i, V" .; \ - W> • '*? con< ?" erv . edl says he is in love with her. But he also says he is in love with me. claims he doesn't want a divorce, and that in time he'll get Thomas said other points raised at today's hearings had been considered in the appeal judgment. Rowell and Purifoy are seeking a finding of error _____ „ over her. All this in less than a record in the case to have the "corrected." year of marriage! Will he get ov-|Thcn the Supreme Court would AY* 1*9 j-« * M*»»» '4^1.... __ „ ^il ____ t __ 1- _ i JI__ ___ _ Ifr4«» L .» er it? CATHY ,.. ived on," she recalled "So l! verv readily available through the, started pushing strange'doorbells. period of his Indecision he came take another look at the moSlfied transcript. The court g ave no indication when it would announce its decision on the petition. Turner, a former nightclub op_Aerator, was convicted of. the fatal Since you had kept yourself so'shooting last year of Lloyd R. Answer: Apparently the other young lady didn't give him complete happiness. He yearned for your friendship, homemaking or something of the sort, yet wanted the other gay charmer in reserve. POTO^NA, An informed source gave this eye-witness account tdday of how the Soviet-VugosUv talk* before officially last Friday In Belgrade: "Gentlemen delegates. . ."' said president Tito in Russian. Nikita S. Khrushchev, leader of the Soviet delegation, interrupted him. "Don't address us as gentlemen," said Khrushchev. "Call us comrades." Tito hesitated for a moment and then replied: "We shall see about that." "Comrades' — in Russian "to-varidhi"— is a salutation between members of the Communist party. On* nursing tes thai the United StliW, M.006 ttMtt itttfSef. film, ern chewing gun, has b&ft In caves occupied by i men, says the Nation*! Society. Tfcfck MALTS mi : SHAKK Any Highway «7 !••» ' " He didn't have his name on his doorbell, but I finally found him. "Some of the people I woke up were pretty mad, but they cheered up when I told them Stalin was dead." Mary someday would like back when the going in the other direction got tough. Too Quick To Marry By marrying without so much as an Inquiry Into the past, you play' right into his hands. He probab- produce a show of her own, but, had of North Little Rock, a suitor of Turner's divorced wife. He was sentenced to die in the elcc trie chair. them. We took' them and kept them for six months.. Now their, mpther Is out, she wants them and they want to go sort of story cooked, baclc to her - My husband and says she has no time now for romance. 'My job keeps me coming' and going," she said. "So far I haven't met a man strong enough to make me say to heck with my work. But I will. , "Then I'll settle down on a farm and raise cattle—or something." :up to relate when requested; you agree that's the place for them .even ma.de that effort unnecessary.'Everyone agrees but my husband's You have a chronic philanderer in family. They say if we send them tow. and I advise you to let him back they'll have nothing to do with go. Or at any rate give him an ultl- him. We don't known what to do. Death Has by Brett Halliday Maiton 'of Blevins, N«W POI* MOO GVW 5,000 lb«.Shoct V-8-or M8-l,.p. Mr. an<rMn3.jiBpad g cott Mary and Helen Ruth were the weekend guests of "Mi's. ,.H. .V- Scqtt"; and EJd \p^d v n '.and; attended ^..Commencement exercises Friday evening. . . . . . ' •'•;',•' — — - . — - - ' ' 'i Col. and Mrs. L/C. pill are in San Antonio, Texas where Col. Dill is a patient .in Brooks, General V ' Y H E H G E R ,-.- • NOW • • .'FEATURE TIMES • 2:09 - 4:26 - 6:43 - 9:00 Nobody knew what • Barney Would Do Next — > and She Didn't Gare, :-Just So He Did It •With Her. . Dr. and Mrs. T- T. Rose of Gurdon were the Saturday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ja.ck Robey. M*.- and Mrs.-. Guss- --MeCaskill were the weekend guests of Lt. and Mrs, Bob Robertson and Bobby in Fort Smith. ' Mrs. Robert Maxwell spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. W. 0. Hays. Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Reeves and Mrs. T, £. Login were Friday visitors in Texarkana. Mr. and 'Mrs .O4ell Garret! mote fjt<M) Rouge. £,«., and accompanied htyne 'by their *, Mies l*y*» aarmt, Miss Jo Barger has 'returned to Little 'Rock after a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loomis Barger. V-8 i Mr. and Mrs. Saxon Regan have had as their guest, Henry Prager, of Burbank, California. J, F. Averitt of Fordyc* has been the guest of his sister, 'Mrs. $;. u. ... "New fhort**trok« V-S'» are revolutionizing truck I performance! ONLY FORD offers Short Stroke V-8's with all the engineering refinements, resulting from over three years of experience! And only Ford offers a Short Stroke V-8 ,Pickup fof so littte money! Get better value now, better /value later when you trade— go modern— go Short Stroke! Fordlrjpje Economy Trucks 7/W MONtr MAt ~ ~" -TECHNICOLOR • SHORTS• | 1. News of the Day 2. "Just the Bare Facts" received many nice gifts,-'and-all. of his children were present- to enjoy this occasion. The afternoon was spent in talking over bid times. Coming and Going Mrs. O. S. Eller of Torronce, Calif., are visiting her Father. TV Z. Gibson and family of Patmos. She will also visit other relatives in Arkansas while here. Mr. and Mrs. lester Reppond of Little 'Rock spent the weekend ns the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Gibson and family of Patmos. Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas Gibson of Parsons, Terin., also spent the weekend with his parents Mr.. and Mrs T R. Gibson, Mrs. H 'E, Benson returned Monday -from Kansas City where she spent the past lour weeks. Mrs. Emma Hartsfield is leaving today for two weeks visit with her daughter, Flossie who lives in Sydney, Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Leward Sparks and children of Lovington, New Mexico have returned home after a visit •with friends and relatives in Hope. In route home they will toe overnight guests of the R. L. Ponder's in Weatherford, Texas. Their oldest daughter, Cindy remained here fo a month's visit with her grand mother, Mrs. George Dodds. THE STORY: Private- Detective Michael Shayne ii In trou-.. ble because he unwittingly aided Jack Bristow, wanted for. murder, escape arrest. Going to the scene of the crime, he meets a young woman whote actions lead him to tuipect she knows something about'the kill- ng, or perhaps la bout • Bristow- Chapter VIII The waiter set a platter in front f her with two open beef sandwiches smothered in steaming gravy. She "grasped her fork and wolfed into the food, washing it .down with long gulps of. milk.' He ordered her - a second glass of milk, and she emptied that and scraped her plate clean before another word was spoken between them. She sighed deeply and rested both elbows on the table and confessed with a little - girl grimace, "That's the first I had since a doughnut this morning. I never was so hungry in all my life. I just thought if I could wait until tonight and meet my husband like he promised, that everything would be all right. He's got plenty money," she went on proudly. "He'll pay you back, I promise you that." "Is Jack in some trouble with the police?" Shayne couldn't tell whether Tier involuntary start was from talked I thought he had a friend lived there. Neither of us have ever been in Miami before and he didn't know where else .to say. I guess I'll just have to go back and hang around outside until he shows." Shayne shook his head. "That won't be good. There'll be police Staked out all around there tonight." "I don't know what else I can do," she said' forlornly, tears creeping from her eyes again "Why did it have to happen tonight? What'll he do when he can't find me?" 'Under the circumstances, I matum: Marriage to you, and no side-stepping or separation. He will never come to a decision unless forced into it. The other girl apparently welcomes the attention of a man who isn't apt to exact payment. In other words, she wants the chase, not the responsibility. : She's capricious, and once she gets what she wants, she doesn't want it. When the man was engaged to you, she wanted him. yr he was free, she didn't. Fight woman like this with every wea'jim you can devise.. should Imorrow think he'd wait until to- morning when it won't look suspicious to be seen hanging around there you to do the same. and expect Things will surprise mean or fear. Jack?" 'What do you "•Didn't you say that was your husband's name? "I didn't say, she told with dignity. "Anyhow, it Jack. It's him isnt look better in the morning after you've had a good night's sleep." "But I'm broke like I told you. I don't know where . . ." Shayne said easily, "111 stake you to a room for the night." this.' couldn't She gestured not after all toward the empty platter and glasses. "Don't be silly." He made his voice sound fatherly and quite in dulgent. "You can repay me after you've found your Pete. No strings attached," "he went on Dear Miss Dix: I am 20 years old and married to a man of 27 who has aeen married before. He has three children, aged 6, 4, and 3.. „ Less than a month after we were married, his fist wife got into trouble with the police and was sent to jail for six months. That left the with no one to MRS. L. K Answer: At 20 you are pretty young to have the care of three children. 1 would suggest that you take this problem up with an ag/ emty such as Family Service Association or with your clergyman A lot depends on what the mother did that was so wrong; and whether the episode is over. The children wanting to be with her may be because they love her or it may'be because you were too strict with them. All these things need con> sideration, and can .best be handled by an outside person knowing angles.' all HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP . Completely AIR CONDITIONED . for your comfort 104 S. Elm Phone 7-2878 Hazel Virginia Auline VACATION TIME IS HERE SUPPLIIS YOU WILL NEED. Kodak, Films, Thermos Bottle, Sun Tan Lotlorv FM Aid Supplies, Tooth Brush, Dentifrices, Toilet Articles, Flashlight, Snake Bite Kits, Chigger Lotion, Heat Powders, Bath Powders and many other needs. LET US SUPPLY THEM. .< 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST JONES CITIES SERVICE STATION & GARAGE 3rd 4 Walnut Phone 7-5542 Announces Their Official Opening - Saturday, June 4th. Get Acquainted Specials: 1. Wash & Grease Job. All for £| O)C the price of one ^l«*»9';r 2. One con of Cisco Pep Volve Oil Free with every tank of gas. ••— r Condy for the Kiddles. \ We invite all former cutomers'fjnd friends IBS as the new to come in and visit us. ". Shop equipped to do any kind eff MD^i^eij^. ,"• " ' '" All'. Work Guaranteed • . • ' ' • s We're at near at your ttkphone * Pete. Peter Smith," Miss Sue Wesson has returnee from a weeks visit with Mrs. Lula K. Mixon in Idabel, Oklahoma, Births Mr. and Mrs, Charles Dana Gib son, Jr., of El Dorado formerly of Hope announce the ^arrival of Duke's Beauty Salon 1019 W. 7th Phone 7-4389 Featuring Duke's Variation Cut Operators Floy Hartsfield — Ethel Moran SS HOPE AUTO 7-2141 YOUR IQRO OIAUt FQ» % QVII W YIARI HOFI, 2M W^feifiM) H, w» Jt 5«rt to §§• Yoyr Ford Ot«lt r DRIVE-IN THEATRE Hwy 29 South * Open 6:30 • Tonight & Thursday • Pumper Club Night* WINNER OF 9 ACADEMY AWARDS ^fiVIl lit! »*4.'f f she added bravely. "And he's not in any trouble at all. You know how cops are. A person's a stranger in town, he doesn't want to get mixed up in a murder. If lie was hanging around waiting for me, would they believe him?" Her lips curled derisively. "They'd drag him right off to the hoosegow and work him over with rubber hoses and like that." Shayne said, "I've heard about things like that, and I think it's lousy deal. The what are you thing is now going to do about meeting your husband? Sure you don't know any other place you might contact him?" She shook her head decidedly. I just had that one address. We fixed it up over the phone that I was to come, and the way he briskly, .glancing at the check and laying bills atop it. "If my wife were wandering around a strange city, I'd hope some man woulc do the same for her." She looked at him with shining eyes. "I do believe you mean it.' He got up and took her arm firmly to lead her out to his Car. He got in and suggested, "Without ahy luggage, a tourisl court is you r best bet to avoid embarrassment." "Whatever you say." She sighed and relaxed with her shoulder just touching his. "I was so daughter, Melanie born May 24th. Hope, Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted; Betty Bryant, Mr. N. P. O'Neal, Hope, Mrs. Tom Gathright, Saratoga, James T. Nannie, Washington, Precious Martin, Canfield. Discharged: Mrs. G. H. Brotherton, Blevins, Norma J. Allen, flope, Mary F. Allen, Hope, Mrs. Glen Winchester and daughter, Mineral Springs, 'Mr. Krnest Cope- and, Hope, Mrs. Pansy Plumley, lope, Mrs. B. A. Orr, Hope, Mr. W. B. Jones, Patmos, Robert Arnold, Rt. 1, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Wm. P. Petit and son, Hope, Elsie Frierson and daughter, Rt. 3, Hope, Margaret Bennett and son, Hope. frightened back there. I guess I just about went crazy. I couldn't think what to do. All I could think of was , . . was . . ." "Pete," supplied Shayne. Mostly, he believed she had told the truth. The few lies she had told had been rather transparent falsehoods. He turned his car in at the first nice - looking motel that had a lighted VACANCY sing, pulled up in front of the OFFICE sign and honked lightly. A man hurried out and came around to his side, saying cheerfully, "A cabin? Yes. sir. Got just one left. You want to pull ahead ot Np. 6, you and the missus can .take a look." Shayne. drove' slowly to No. 6 with the man wa 1 Iking beside him. Neither he nor the girl said anything as the man turned on a light .and they got out. He let her precede hini into a ; large clean room with a double bed and show< er bath, and he stopped in the dorway and asked, "Look all right to you?" , She turned slowly, biting her underlip and with a desolated expression on her pinched face, said, "I guess so." "Seven dollars for the two," announced a brisk voice at Shayne's elbow. "You wa.nta come over to the office and register." Shayne left his car in front and JUNE SUMMER SAVINGS SALE STARTING THURSDAY, JUNE 2 - LASTING TO SCOTT'S Return Address Envelopes Standard size. Regular lOc values. Extra special. 15c Regular $2.98 Alarm Clocks Extra special during this sale only $1.88 Plus 19c Fed. Tax Admitted: Daniel Shapley, Hope. ,,,-,, K i, » Disffharged: Mrs. Doyle Rogers, ^ Aa . lked ^ a ^ k tQ _ stlgneth f register ' _ w _ _ f-t-jr*- «« ««lWTf Qnrt l\Al*C T3afnvt Cn-.f4U TJ-V VIA A iope, James T. Nannie, Washing on, Mrs. Tom Gathright, Saratoga, Mrs. Jimmy Walters, Hope. Branch Admitted: 'M.rs. Grady Clark, Hope, Mrs. J. w. Busier, Hope, 'Mr, ~ S. fttcppwell, Hope. 'Mrs. Gr«dy Clark an « Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith, Homestead, Fla.,' 'and to write down the make and license number of his car. He paid $7 and received! a key and the information that if they stayed, past noon the next day they wquld. be, .charged for another nigh*.' . T yn r e Special Comb Set 5 combs in a package. All for the price you'd expect to pay for 1, lOc Pkg. Regular 29c Serving Trays Red and white gingham .. plaid trqys. Extra special .now only 39c For Aluminum Sauce Pan Set Three pieces including, 1 qt, 2 qt., and 3 qt.' size pans. Set of 77,. Three . , , , / / V Children! Boxer Shorts Sanforized shorts in twill, denim and plisse. Sizes 3 to 8. I For $1.00 Ladies Denim Shorts These are sanforized to wash. Sizes 10 to 20. Extra special Women's Handkerchitff Stock up on these-<Jur(hi this special sale Regular I0c Childreni Panties Made of Dul-tone rayon. Sizes 8-10-12 and 14. Regular 29c values. For 55c 88c Ladies Tee Shirts These are values to 1.39 •Special during this event. Aluminum Covered Sauce Pot This is a 4 quart size sauce pot. A regular 89c value. Special 77c 88c Cotton PHsse Gowns These gown's ore in sizes small, medium and large. During this sale only Cannon . ,., \ ft Towels ; These are extra h*avy towels and are 22*44 size, ' \ l 66c Extra 1.27 Aluminum Double Boiler Regular retpil price of this is $1.29. Special sale price 77c Aluminum Percolator This is a 6 cup percolator. Regular 98c values, Special sale price 77c Ladies Me.h Panties These ponties ore in sizes small, medium and Iqrge, Extrg special 4 F,, $1.00 Bath Soap Large 7!4 oz. bors, fayprt* ed scents of pine, lilac, flor» denia, and apple blossom* For 27c Regular 10c White Cups You'll wont to sta on these cups Qt low price, Gallon SU« Picnic Jugs Fibre glass insulated to keep drinks gr food hot pr 'cold. Special 1.99 AIIMtlil Wfiitt Yejy'll Save $f m

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