Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 14, 1955 · Page 6
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BWfi?WvTO itw* H6M STAR, HO ft, ARKANSAS MARKETS MVtifae* , nt s . 9,0&QJ active, rnostly " erage 21.15; 190-210 lb No. Is and 2s 21.00; most 180-220 lb 20.25-75; •220-240 lb 19.75-20.50; 240-60 lb rr^r fl i * £ i' mosll - v "U-Z4U JD 19.75-20.50; 240-60 lb > ^a^JJLi 6 5>* S .f io ' rb av-19.50-ao.00i 303 lb averages 18.75; AMMONIUM NITRATE NITRATE OF SODA HI? Sw*«t Sudan, Funk, G. 711 Corn, Sfoek Cirtft Seeds, Combine Milo ond AHoi Sargo Cotton Duirt ond Liquid Spray*. ' ' • ' ' • . • . . SEED STORE Ifa down 25 lower; 340-270 lb 100-136 lb 16.75-18.25; sows steady to 25 higher; 400 lb down 15.00-16.75; over 400 lb 13,5015.25; boars 8.50-12.50. Cattle 4,200; calves 1,300; active to strong; average choice stesrs 20.00-22.50; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 20.00-22.75; average choice mixed yearlings and load straight heifers at 22.75; bulk Utility and commercial cows 12.00-14.00; occasional sales commercial 14.50-15.00; canners and cutters 9.50-11.50; utility and commercial bulls 13.50-15.00; good and choice vealers 19.00-23.00; high choice and prime 23.00-25.00. ; Sheep 1,500; slow, weak to lower; good and choice spring lambs ;;23.50-24.50; utility shorn lambs 12.00-15.00. HEARIN6 S6T Iccllation of its authority to serv* WASHINGTON W! — A hearlng|Hughes. Ark. with natural gas was on a request by Mid-South Gas j set for June 30, by the Federal Co. of Little Rock, Ark, for can-1 Power Ccmmissio'n yesterday. ' Tuesday, June 14, 1955 " father's Doy Sunday, June 19th always the favorite for ather's Day $5c TO $1.50 THE KIND THAT ifts for FATHERS DAYUNE 19th smartest most ing collar styles white shirts $3.95 UP 'Arrow White*--worn by men who dress for f. Shown: Arrow Dart with new cord-edge ler-point collar, and easy-to-iron French front , , . Arrow Par with spft, spread collar, torso-tapcrcd for fit . , , and , Se* our complete selection of • r,^.*..*«T toda/i Arrow Patted in Summer Fabrics Mill GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO Oft — Bulge and break followed each other in quick succession across th*e wheat pit on the Board of Trade today. With each rise there was a move to ttke profits \Wiich in turn powered now buying. Yet it was pretty much of a trading session with little new in the news to force, a marked trend in either direction. Sellers generally had the best of it, however. Wheat closed -iy 2 cents lower, July 2.pO'/ B -2.00; corn was 7 / 8 -l 3 /a off, July $1.42!/ 4 -%; oats were %I'/a down, July 65, and rye was l-2'/4 .lower, July $I.06-$.05%. Soybeans were 1 cent lower to higher, July $2.44'/ 4 -$2.44. Wheat: None. Corn No. 1 mixed lake 1.47: No 2 mixed 1.49Vi; No 1 yellow 1.49!/ 2 ; No 2 1.49&; sample' grade 1.37'/ 4 -42i/ 2 ; Oats: No 1 heavy white 77'/ 4 ; No 1 white 74. meal: 51.00-51.50. Soybean oil: ' 12'/ 2 -; soybean meal: 51.00-51.50. Barley nominal: malting choice 1.35-52; ;f;eed 95-1.16. POULTRY AND PRODUCE pHICAdO (JP) — Live poultry about steady on young stock and hens, weak on caponettes; ; receipts' in codps' 62 Syeslerday 1,110 coops, 131,007 lb; fvo.bj. ' paying prices unchanged heavy hens 22.528; light hens 17.5-18; broilers or fryers '30-32; old roosters 12-12.5; caponettes 34-35. Butter steady; receipts 1,402;Butter steady; receipts 1,402,401; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 56.75; 92 A 56.75; 90 B 54.5; 89 C 52.5; cars 00 B 55; 89 C, 53. . 'Eggs- steady; receipts 16,879; hoJesalG'. buying prices unchanged; U. S. large whites 6069.9 per cent A's : 36; mixed 36; mediums 33; U.S. standards 31; dirties 28.5; check'25.5;'current receipts 30. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK Ml— Cotton futures were steady today, ate--light but trade bu'yingfou'rid" offerings limited.. The. increase in mill covering operations coincided with the report of a slight improvement in volume of cotton -textile 1 sales. Commission house buying was attract ed to new crop "months partly on loan' considerations. Late afternoon prices were 20 to 40 cents a bale higher than the previous close, uly 33.94, October 34.13 and .December 34.69. NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK U?) — The Stock Market made , progress today, bu gains were, limited. Demand was spread over several major groups — oils, steels non-ferrous,, metals, chemicals anc a long- 11st 'of individual issues. Prices were up around 3 point at the outside while losses wen to 2 points at the most. Mos changes either way were small. Motors were quietly steady Leaders traded unchanged for long periods. Legal Notice No, 7759 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Helen Heard Plaintiff vs. Billy T. Heard Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Billy T. Heard warned to appear in this courl within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Helen Heard. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 6 day of June 1955 ' Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) June 7. 14. 21. 28 PILE VICTIMS: f*r Ml Relitfihat Lasts, THORNTON-MINOR Work* in minute?, lasta (or hours! Thip clinic-proved ointment is a com- pltti formula with ingredients to r»t liev» pain, burning, itohjng, and to help reduce swelling. Enjoy new com|ort!— «sk today [or Thornton- Minor Ointment or Suppositoriw, only tl.OQ it My druf store. ; Now is the time to Got SCREENS From CUNTER RETAIL LUMBER CO, m e, PI VISION TO PROVE SELF -DETROIT (UP) — Jack-Claf>p 70 a painter retired by the board of education because he was over- age, said today he would make al« parachute j'urhp into Lake St. Clair f June 19 to prove "I am still a good man." THANKS FOLKS We want to thank you for your response and your cooperation Friday and Saturday, opening days of our Big Sale here in Hope, The crowds were Big and the volume was tremendous Thousands and Thousands walked through our doors, they bought, they saved. WEDNESDAY is another big day at Owen's, Hope's Biggest Sale Goes On. Get your share of these values, it is store wide. Savings up to SHOP BARRY'S AND SAVE! ! WEDNESDAY • Tuesday, June R 1955 HOM STAK, HOP I, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar FRESH DRESSED POUND Tuesday June 14 The 1/LL Sunday School Class of the 1st. Baptist Church will meet in the home of Mrs. Arless Trout Tuesday evening June 14, at 7:30 With Mrs. Mary Purtle as associate hostess. All members and associate 60 SIRLOIN STEAK POUND DEPARTMENT STORE You're Invited to Attend Our OPEN HOUSE Saturday, June 18th from 4 to 8 p. m. We want each of you to visit us Saturday, June 18 during our Open House from 4 to 8 P. M., and see our modern — Air Conditioned newspaper building. We will be looking for you so make your plans now to be here Saturday. * FAVORS FOR THE LADIES * * FAVORS FOR THE MEN * $50.00 in Merchandise Certificates to be Given Away at Drawing Saturday Just come in and register during our open house and at a drawing we will award $50.00 in merchandise certifcates. $25 First, $15 Second and $10 Third place. You do not have to be present to win. These certificates good at any Hope Star advertiser. •Jl Star FRESH DRESSED SPRING POUND Wednesday, ' June 15 0*The Fulton Rose Garden Club will have it's annual picnic Wednesday June 15, at six o'clock at the road side park. Officers and committee chairmen will give reports. Mrs. D. K. Dickinson, president will announce committee's for the ensuing year. day, June 20, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Mary Hamm with Mesdames Milton Eason, Ernest Turner, Winston Monfs, and Miss Mary Copeland as co-hostesses. A panel discussion on the United Nations will be led by Mrs. Denver Dickinson assisted by Mesdames Edward Aslin, Clifton Ellis. Hinton Davis and Lyle McMahen. The devotional will be given by Mrs. Grover Thompson. This bring the first circle meeting of the new church year a full attendance is urged. old Brents. The Azalea Garden Club Picnic* supper scheduled for Thursday June 16, has been postponed in definitely. Boyle to Attending Conference at Ferncllff The Presbyterian Senior Conference at Fernciiff convening all this week will be attended by the following from Hope. Dianna Helms, Shiela Foster, Bill 1 Lawrence, Gary Baber, Carolyn Long, Sandra Robins, Judy Watkins, Loretta Munn, Margaret Ann Archer and John Barr. Continued from Page One cut south and asked Mama come with them. So, after all her long years of quarreling with "that old barn." she had to make up her mind whether to stay on in it. rent {t.|fr e iand herself and she feU ,„ or d,spose of it. Mama decided > j - ^ matrp a nlpnn hroalr with thp nasf:. *.U ii . -' .. . live, I let her read some of my old love letters, and she settled back, contented. Mama always did enjoy reading her children's love letters. . 1 asked Mama if she remembered the time when Dad. who was a bit farm crazy, bought a c'alf and brought it home. Mama bad been very angry at first, but she had been born on a farm in in Thursday, June 16 Hope Chapter 328 order of East- j;rn Star will meet Thursday night «br a pot luck supper at 6:30 p. m. The regular meeting to be at 8 o'clock followed with an initiation. Monday, June 20 W. S. C. S. Circle 5 of the 1st. Methodist Church will meet Mon- Notice Country Club Picnic To Be June 16 Mr. and Mrs. John Hatley and Mr. and Mrs. Earl O'Neal will be hosts for the family picnic at the Hope Country Club Thursday evening June 16, at 6:30 p. m. Hope Country Club will have Game Night tonight June 14, at 7:30 p. m. Hosts are, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lowe and Dr. and Mrs. Har- HOME GROWN SPECIAL Ears FRESH SPECIAL Lbs. TWO DAYS ONLY - WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY Prices: Adults . 35c-45c Children 25c SUMMER VACATION MOVIES WEDNESDAY 10 A. M. First Showing DAVY CROCKETT! LAST TIMES TONIGHT GENE KELLY in 'CREST OF WAVE" PET SPECIAL CAN SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING SPECIAL Con BARRY 5 6*0, and MKT, t TWO HOURS OF FUN! THE ONCE A YEAR TREAT NO OTHER SHOW LIKE IT! CALLING ALL KIDS... \^ •'// It's Coming... and You Can Coane A-Runuin f .. EXTRA THURS. NITE ONLY IN PERSON TV Star MR. ZUKQ & JOLLY BAKER BOY TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY LOAD UP THE CAR WITH KIDS AND REALLY £l HAVi FUN! Glyndell Calhoun Becomes Bride Miss Glyndell Calhoun became thp bride of Edwin Harris. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Calhoun, Hope, Rt. 3. Mr .and Mrs. Quincy Harris of Dallas are the parents of the 'bridegroom. Rev. George Treece officiated at the ceremony held at 2:30 p. m. June 5, in the home of the bride's parent's. Before an Improvised altar which was decorated with baskets filled ' wtih white gladiolus, and the arch made o£ daisies and white snapdragons. Billy Schooley, pianist, accompanied Miss Charlotte Goad who sang. Because. Miss Calhoun choose for her wedding, a dress of white nylon over taffeta. The sweetheart neckline was trimmed with seed pearls and rhinestones. Her shoulder length illusion vale was caught to a pearl and rhinestone trimmed cap. She carried a white bouquet. Miss Teletha Calhoun, sister of the bride served as matron of honor. Her frock was of blue muslin trimmed with cream lace. Joe Combs Harris was his brother's best man. A reception was held following the wedding ceremony. The bride's table was covered with a pink satin cloth, gift of the bride's , brother' stationed in Japan. Pink snapdragons and white daisis circled the three tiered wedding cake topped' with the traditional bride and groom. Serving fruit punch and cake at the reception were Mrs. Edison Petre' and Mrs. Howard Houston. Mrs. Harris wore for travel a green and white orlon dress with white accessories. After a trip to California, the couple will be at home in Dallas. Guests for the wedding were; Mr. and Mrs. Edison Petre and De- loriaus, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cal houn, Mike and Nancy Smith, Mr;. Homer Hamilton of Mt. Pleasant Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Eisle of Long view, Texas, Mrs. J. Eisle o Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Combs Derwood Combs, Diane and' De lane. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Combs Mrs. Eugene Combs and Mr. anc Mrs. Quincy Harris of Dallas. make a clean break with the pa^t. She put the old house on the market. She was startled—perhaps a little dismayed—at the speed with which it was sold. A young veteran bought it. Before turning it over to him. Mama and I went back to , .the, house to clean out some boxes' of* boyhood belongings of mind that had lain mouldering in the •bas'e ment for 20 to 30 years. ' Mama, who likes to sit in the cool basement on hot summer days, rested on a chair while 1 sifted through the boxes, re-living my childhood as I had so. "Why don't you throw away all that old junk" she asked. "You always were like a crow, collecting everything you saw." To keep her from getting res which several games were played with prizes going to Lovena Barber, Wanda Steadman and D. Turnage. A delicious salad plate with iced drinks was served by the hostess to those present. Coming and Going Mrs. Pearl Bright and Patsy had as their weekend guests. Mrs. Arthur Bright, Patty Sue and Gary Lynn of Beaumont, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. William Dowell and Pamelia Jane of Magnolia, Mr. and Mrs. Dutchie Bright and Janette of Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O'Steen, Linda and Randy of Hope. Mrs. Sam Warmack has returned from St. Louis after a visit with her brother, Charles M. Webb. She was accompanied home by hei grandson, Hollis Warmack who attends S. I. D. school. Mrs. Jim McKenzie and Billy left for Kansas City, Missouri for a week's visit with her sister, Mis. M. M. Reeves and family. WSCS.of the 1st. Methodist Church Met Monday The Womenjs Society of Christ ian Service met at the 1st. Method 1st Church Monday June 13, at r>. m. The meeting was opened wit! the hymn, "I Love to Tell th Story". Mrs. Claudfe Tillery presenter Mrs. J. w. Perkins, who in turn presented the children's division o the church in a very interesting program. Those participating wer members from the Primary, Jun ior No. 1 'and 2 and the Wesle Club. Mrs. L. B. Tooley presented the devotional using for her text Mark 4:21-25. The minutes'were read and tho new circle leaders were announcec as follows. No; 1 Mrs. C. V. Nunn, No. 2 Mrs. 'Ross Moore, No. 3 Mrs Floyd Fuller. No. 4 Mrs. John Gar dner and No. 5 Mrs. Claude Tillery Mrs. Graves gave a report on the executative meeting previously held. The circle count was taken with circle no. one and three winning the count with 20 members each present. Fireman Auxiliary Has Meeting The Fireman Auxiliary met In the home of Mrs. Jim Cobb Monday evening June 13. with nine members present. A short business session was conducted by the president, after Duke's Beauty Salon 1019 W. 7th Phone 7-4389 Air Conditioned Complete Beauty Service Operators Frances Cilliam — Ethel Moran Biggeit Bargain In Town CHICKEN IN THi BASKET 85c CHARLOTTE'S DRIVE-IN (Formerly White'* Prlve-ln) Now Open fyery Monday Lynn and Carrol Packard of Dallas, Texas daughters of H. T. Packard are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Frank Smith of Hope, Rt. 1. for part of their summer vacation. HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Compl«tely AIR CONDITIONED for your comfort 104 S. Elm Phone 7-2878 , Hazel Virginia Auline '"Sugar" and weaned it herself there in the basement. After Dad moved it out to a farm, she visited it regularly for years. "Poor Sugar," said Mama, laughing and sighing. "She must . dead now. I haven't thought of rifer lit a long time." When \ve went back upstairs, ama paused in the empty living i*bm—the room from which Dad was buried more than 17 years ago—and said reflectively: "Well, there's been * lot of living here." We stepped out on the porch. An elm tree in the front yard, as slender as Mama had been when we first moved in, had grown so stout you couldn't put both arms around it. So had Mama. She turned the key in the lock, and it made a lonely sound. Ww got in the car and drove away, and Mama never looked back. "I don't see any reason to feel sentimental about that old barn," she said firmly. "I'm glad to leave it at last." Perhaps she really 5s. But nobody in the family really believes it. You can't feud with something for 34 years—and not fall in love with it. QUAKE EL CENtfcQ, Calif. (UP> A deputies reported!; ' ~" 'T Deputier ifiei no reports of ftiffiige fer" "pretty sharp" earthquake jolted ... __ r „ ._ this Imperial Valley community i n the temblor fclilcH l«St«fr It near the Mexican border at about 13 seconds and rattled <fldfft 3:47 a. m. (EDT) today sheriff's windows. FATHERS DAY, JUNE 19 fcemerrtber DAD on His Doy We hdvejQ^ot^jjIeft line of expropriate gifts to setett frottf.i, V*^'' ' ',Electric Razors, Schick, Remington, Sunbeoin. Schet* fer Snorkel Pens. Ydrdleys Men's Safe. QI6 Split Sets. Kodaks and Supplies. Let us show you what we have. * H •& 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST DOCTORS KNOW . .. this specialized aspirin for children is made to best fit children's needsl Thursday, June 16, 10A.M. to 5 P.M. BRAND NEW World famous Precision Made ROUND BOBBIN SEWING MACHINE 7 HOURS ONLY! Thousands of these machines have been sold by Ae nation's leading mail order companies, department stores and sewing machine chain stores! Reg. $ 139 95 FULL-SIZE HEAD! SEWS FORWARD * BACKWARD! SAVE $100.00! FREE $4.95 Pinking Shears to First 25 Customers • NO HOMY DOWN • NO FINANCE CHARGES • NO MTEIEST 14 DE LUXE FEATURES A - — 6. Automatic lobbta 10. Stomtarf Nrh I»i| ADVERTIHO M • LIFE • LOOK • McCAUS • GOOD HOUSIKKPINO • PARENTS 2. Round lobbta X* fOfWOTU Mid ZfG- JAG M B^MAjl »•..•••• * * *• MMQVO IIV1MI W99t S. Mtt-ta fcrar 7. Numbered Sfflcb • Rtgytotor , t, Snop-Oirt-Rsn for . lay Cltanhig 9. Easy ImtnKtloR 11. Heavy Duty MoM 1Z. VortoW. Central 13. — - -J- $ttt.»5 tm4 MM! Month »MMvely Mo IftMMM* toM «t IWi Price After 25 YEAR GUARANTEE BOSWELL S Theu an Iba amazing ZIG-ZAG Madiinm that bt yam sew like an expert: Forward, raverw, rig-tog, •wbroM*^ blind-hem, darn, make buttonhoUi and MW a> b#tom • ALL WITHOUT ATTACHMENTSI Thowandt wld at $269.90 . . . SAVE $130 . . . •* M $149.501 LIFETIME GUARANTEE! - 7 HOURSONLY — THURSDAY, June 16, 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M. — 7 HOURS ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE 315 S. MAIN HOPE, ARK. 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There is really no substitute for the depend-, ability that is built into Dodge. Isn't it time you discovered this difference for yourself? NEW "»?, Your Dpdge dealer brings you the NATIONAL OPEN COIF TOURNAMENT on television (NIC-TV) Sftvrtfiy Juni II, ConjyH yjlir niiMPJp«.r Igt B. Rt HAMM MOTOR CO* 999 fast Second Street " ' >

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