Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 17, 1955 · Page 11
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, June 17, 1955
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Mtfi May LlCtAM HOP! SfAft, HO PI, ARKANSAS H»» drdtred *. Id* it*ad. o*der yesterday fol IA SPECIAL TIRE SALE 200 Cto4 Uierf Tirct! i 6:?0, 7:10, on<f ':60. Irt 90*1 eondi- Dh anil hi«n tn*4 $3.45 ist 4 Salvage Co. . EN 7 DAYS A WEEK Friday, June 17, 1955 MARKETS df, LOUIS LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. Iff! — Hogs 5,500; active, mostly highei'; choice 200-210 Ib No. 1 and 2 22.50; bulk 180-220 Ib 21.75-22.25, mostly 22.00; 20-660 Ib 21-00-75; around 50 Ib 21.50; 170 Ib down 75 higher; 140-170 Ib 20.25-21.25; 100=130 Ib 18.25-19.75; sows mostly steady but uneven; 400 Ib down 15.5.0-17.25; over 400 Ib 13.75-15.50; sows mostly steady but uneven; casionally below. Sheep 300; ste a dy; majority feood and choice 23.00-25.00; utility tnd good 18.00-22.50: slaughter sheep unchanged; all grades shorn ewes 3.50-5.00. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO (/PI ~ Anticipation of 100 Ib down 15.50-17.25; over 406 b 13.75-15.50; boars 8.50-13.00. Cattle 500, calves 600; about . teady; scattered; commercial grade cows 14.00-50, Individuals to 5,00; most utility cows 12.00-13.50; most utility cows 12.00-13.50; bulk mers and cutters 9.50-11.50; bulls tility and commercial 13.50-15.00; anners and cutle rs 10 .50 -12.50; •ealers good and choice mainly 7.00-21.00; high choice and prime 1.00-23.00; commercial and good — '••' **ltl.l \rlJSU blUJl \Jl fairly large unloading of new wheat at terminals over the weekend caused late selling of futures 3.00-17.00; culls down to 8.00, oc- owdd a report by attorney Eugene farren, who said he had inves- gated Dr. James Bockman in connection with, "charges, by a overnment official." Warren de- lined to Identify the government fficial or the charges. Dr. Bockman was ordered to ap- ear before the board Aug. 18 for hearing. In that grpin on the Board of Trad-2 today. Declines in the Kansas City mar- st cretted a sympathetic action in Chicago, where wheat had held steady through most of the day. Other grains were steady on most contracts except for rye, which coninued weak. Wheat closed 2 cents lower to '/a higher, July $\.Q1-* A : corn was '/a- higher, July $1.42-; oats were unchanged to \\ lower, July 60%, and rve was down, July $1.03y«-'/2. Soybeans were to 2 cents higher. July $2.44^-2.44. Wheat: None. Corn: No 1 yellow 1.49-49 1/!,; No 2 J. 48-49 '/ z . Oats: No 1 white 76. Soybean oil: 12; soybean meal 52.00. Barley nominal: 1.35-52; feed 95- 3 i 1.16. C. H WHIi«ms There will be a Revival at the CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and Grady Starting JUNE 20 Through JUNE 26 Services will begin each evening at 8 O'clock. Everyone is invited NEW YORK STOCK NEW YORK (/PI—The Stock Market moved along a narrowly mixed course today in the early afternoon. The market as a whole showed changes that seldom reached n point in either direction. Here is the way the list looked in the early afternoon: Steels higher, motors steady, rubbers mixed, mail order issues lower, farm implements mixed, aircrafts mixed, distillers higher, radio-TVs steady, utilities higher, coppers mixed, chemicals mixed, tobaccos hgher. rairoads slightly lower, oils higher, and airlines lower. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YOB.K (ffl— Cotton futures were irregular today in moderately active dealings. Switching from nearby July ot later months anticipating first notice day next Friday, dominated trading. Some of deferred deliveries dipped below the previous close on scattered liquidation. Late afternoon prices were 15 cents a bale lower to 60 cents higher than the previous close. July 34.19, October 34.19 and December 34.26. Ike Returns After Fleeing Atomic Raid EMERGENCY .WHITE HOUSE. Operation Alert —President Eisenhower travels back to the underground Pentagon today for a cleanup appraisal of the mock atomic attack on major U. S cities.' He arranged to meet there with key aides to review the "damage," reports on theoretical ssla ut.dat adto sulaty"ohay's"caednes-d — and "casulaty" reports on Wednesday's theoretical assault, and to assess operation of the govern- nent's test evacuation to reloca- .ion centers. Afterwards he will drive to his country home at Gettysburg, Pa. He will return to Washington either tomorrow night or Sunday morning in time to fly to San Trancisco, where he will speak Monday at the United Nations 10th anniversary ceremonies. He motored to the underground Defense • Department relocation headquarters yesterday and met 'or four hours with National Security Council members for study of Operation Alert results. After returning to his own hideaway bise here, he ducked away for dinner with Mrs. Eisenhower and her mother Mrs. John S. Doud I at the Gettysburg Farm. They had previously driven here for lunch with Eisenhower and then returned to Gettysburg. The chief executive returned during the evening. CAN'T LOSE TEETH COLUMBIA FALL.S, Mont. CAP) — Mickey Berne decided to end his teeth trouble so he had them all pulled. But he was fooled when he began cutting another tooth. He is 86. Senate Votes Extension of the Draft Act WASHINGTON Oft—Speedy Senate passage last night of an ex- ension of the draft act left un- deciled the fate of the new rc- :erve program President Eisen- _ ,_„,_ „„„ ^* >-„ ,v ,„ lower says the nation must have, the House- which, altlmuth it h;,,I Sen. Jackson (D-Wash), a mem- passed a slishtly different versioni icr of the Armed Services Com-iof the selection sr-rvice extension millee, said the reserve bill now,'for four years beyond June 3'') '• appears to be hopelessly snarled'has not acted on the doctor drafi! n the House," where it was shelv-'act. ! POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO iffl— USDA — Live poultry about steady; receipts in coops 117- yesterday 208 coops, 55,874 Ib; f.o.b. paying .prices unchanged: heavy'hens 22.5-28; light hens 17.5-18; broilers or fryers 2831; old roosters' 12-12.5; caponettes You're F««liloH.ri*kt ' 34-35. Butter steady; receipts 1,210,481; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 56.75; 92 A 56.75; 90 B 54.5; 89 C 52.5; cars 90 B 89 C 53. Eggs steady to firm; receipts 22,572; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 higher; U.S. large whites 60-69.9 per cent A's 36.5; mixed 36.5; mediums 33; U. S. standards 32; dirties 29; checks 26; current receipts 31. ed after appiovnl of a provision to About 4.7 per cent of the earth's bar .segregation of rnrcs in re- cru?t is iron. serve and National Guard units. j 1 A four-year extension of the njp-j ular draft and a two-year cxtcn-j sion of the doctors' draft won shouted Senate approval last night- after brief clebat during winch Sen. i Russell (D-Ga) termed the draft. the "keystone of our national do: fense" and predicted additional ex-! tensions 'will be required in thnj years ahead-. j The measure now goes back Men do not know where cosmio rays come from. Friday, June 17, 1955 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS FATHERS DAY, JUNE 19 Remember DAD on His Day. We have a complete line of appropriate gifts to select from. Electric Razors, Schick, Remington, Sunbeam. Schaffer Snorkel Pens. Yardleys Men's Sets. Old Spice Sets, Kodaks and Supplies. Let us show you what we have. 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST Phone 7-2292 •CM Calendar Friday, June 17 Victory 4-H Club will sponsor a Sock Supper Friday night June 17th. at 8 o'clcok at the Club House. Pro will go to help improve the Club House. This is a 4-H Club Project. Auctioneer will be Irvin Burke, and the public is cordially invited. . Presbyterian Vacation Church School and Sunday School Annual $100 FOR USED COMBINATION ON THIS Sparton Custom M - AS SHOWN • 21 inch Console Mahogany or Blond Cabinet with Twin Speakers. • 32 Tube Chasis • Power Transformer • Five I. F. Stages • Aluminized Picture Tube • Optic Filtered Front Glass • Excellent Fringe Reception REGULAR eoan ns: PRICE ....... $ooV.95 LESS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ..... NOW ONLY . No Down Payment • $3.35 Weekly HOME FURNISHING 218 East 2nd St. <-' ! Most any with the most advanced truck features the industry has ever seen! r, i • TODAY AND SATURDAY • Big Triple Program! Here Again ... In Their Newest Funniest Riot WHAT A FOR MORE ACTION AND EXCITEMENT ANOTHER FAVORITE KING OF THE COWBOYS In His Greatest Picture . . . Don't Miss It! GENE'S GREATEST! THRILLER! •COLUMBIA PICIURCS present; GENE iUTRY PLUS "BLACK ARROW" PLUS WALT D5SNEY CARTOON COMING SUNDAY DRAMATIC DYNAMITE "SUDDENLY" THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN * Father's Day Sunday, June Dad will want and will appreciate A Pair of New Shoes from Foster's NYLON W- >. JMe'lthe temperature soar,;, you stay sweet nad lovely when you pamper yourself with a freshly laundered Life Romance Bra every day. Keep a'generous supply of extra Life Romance Bras on hand.,, and be assured you're at your dainty best always. These wonderful bras love to be washed .,. won't shrink or lose their fabulous fit even after ess sudsings. Don't be caught short t i are Life Romance Bras styled for your , playtime, and gaytiine needs. Choose jriw ,«e«iplete suajiper bra wardrobe -today I Only new Chevrolet TbskRne Trucks bring you the shortest stroke V8's in any leading truck and today's most advanced sixes- plus all these truly modern features! They're the marks of a modern truck/ and they out-date any make ' without them! High-Voltage power—V8 or 6. The new lineup o(' Chevrolet truck engines includes the shortest stroke VS's in any leading truck, and most advanced sixes. All have a modem 12- W*'- THRILLING, NEW GO-TOGETHER COLORS AT NO EXTRA COST See them here!. . * Star White * Dawn Yellow * Meridian Blue * Sunset Copper See them on actual all-steel Youngstown Kitchens units. Go-Together Colors make kitchen-planning foolproof. And there's no extra cost for color! SEE THEM HERE! Hope Builders Supply Co W.3f«J Phone 7 «<WJ*^ ^' I «' ielfefti' Beginning with Work-Styling, an entirely new development in truck design. For the first time in any line of trucks, Chevrolet brings you two styling treatments-one for light- and medium-duty models, another for heavy-duty jobs! Styling that's matched to the model and the job. New concealed Safety Steps. Chevrolet's new Safety Steps are out of sight with the doors closed—stay clear of snow, ice or mud. There's new gas-saving Overdrive, as an extra-cost option on l/b-ton models . . . and truck Hydra-Malic on Vz-, %- and 1-ton jobs. The new Cameo Carrier. Long and low, with smooth, fleet lines, here's the Custom pickup that may well create a new class of truck owners! The latest in cob comfort and safety. Inside you pan count on the same ultra-modern touch—softer seat action that reduces driver fatigue, and more durable construction throughout. New panoramic windshield. For a wider, virtually unobstructed view of the road! Fresh air in all kinds of weather. With new High-Level ventilation, air Is drawn in through louvers at cowl level. That means air is constantly circulated through the cab, regardless of disagreeable weather conditions. volt electrical system — double the voltage for quicker, surer starting and more efficient spark plug firing. Tubeless tires standard on 'A-ton models. Here's greater protection against blowouts. Every Power Helper in the book, Powdr Brakes are standard equipment on 2-ton models, an extra-cost option on others. The new handling ease of Power Steering, another extra-cost option, cuts turning effort up to 80%. One final word. When the time comes to trade in '55 models, the man without a really modern truck- stands to take a good-sized loss. Come in and see us soon. Chevrolet Year after Year America's best selling truck! You get the most modern trucks money can buy in Chevrolet's New YOUNG CHEVROLET CO. 300 Eoit Second St. HOPE, ARK. Phone 7*2354 ' »•*> trwft'n n i ! l _r-,lk.v.L . t -., LJyK^l.rt'w,.. Style 25592 Brown (shrunken^, matching brown and whoaf nylon mesh. ! Gay, youthful, . sleek-fitting shoes. to clean and keep clean... cool and soft on the feet. \ .easy other Rand shoes $8.95 to $17.95 ONE LOT OF Men's Summer Shoes CALUES UP TO $12.95 NOW FOSTER FAMILY SHOE STORE "Where Good Shoes are Fitted Correctly" 113E. 2nd Corbin Foster Phone 7-27QO SOCIETY Phone 7-8431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. M. rival of a baby girl, June 14, 1955. Mrs. A. P. Clark, Hope, Rt. 3, Mrs J. T. Rogers. McCaskill, Ark., Mrs. JM. J. Norwood, Nashville, Ark. Picnic will be held at Fair Park Friday evening June 17th. at 7 o'clock. Monday, June 20 W. S. C. S. Circle 5 of the 1st. Methodist Church will meet Monday, 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. Grovcr Thompson. This bo- ing the first circle meeting of the now church year a full attendance is urged. Notice Mrs. Ralph Routon is teaching a course on "Learning to Have Faith" based on a recent book by John Red" head in her'Bible Class at the Firs Methodist Church. The subject fo next Sunday is "Faith Throng: Prayer". A full attendance of mem bers is requested and any other interested in this subject will b welcome. brated their 55th. wedding anniversary Friday June 13th at their home at 604 E. Pine st. Mr. and Mrs, Dougan came to Nevada County when in their early teens. Mrs. Dougan, the former Ada Coppock was born in Saline county in 1880, and Mr. Dougan was born in 1876. Mr. and Mrs. Dougan have seven children, five girls and two boys, sixteen grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs. .Dougan are known by their many friends as Marshall and Ada, and a box on their front porch says, "Leave a Note" a friendly message from anyone when passing will be mtfch appreciated by the couple. HONORED HORSE SAN ANTONIO. Tex., (AP) — (They held a formal memorial ser- jvice at Fort Sam Houston for Pat, Jan Army warhorse who lived to be 45 years old. He's buried on the Post. Fewer Liquor Permits Hinted Births Miss E.tnma Louise Downs Bride-Elect Honored Bliss Emma Louise Downs bride elect of Patrick Loope was honorec with a miscellaneous shower Tues day evening June 14. in the home o Mrs. David 'Mitchell in Columbus Beautiful spring flowers decor ated the receiving rooms, and upon arival the honoree was presented a corsage. Miss Helen Marie Jeans was in charge of the guest book. Miss Downs was the recipient o many lovely and useful gifts. Misses Virginia and Mary Fran ces Mitchell assisted in the serving of the 73 guests. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dougan Celebrated 55th. Wedding Anniversary Mr and Mrs. M. E. Dougan cele- DRIVE-IN THEATRE Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 Friday-Saturday • ANOTHER BIG DOUBLE TREAT ACTION SHOW! THE DEADLIEST Gunslingers of the West! "JESSE JAMES vs. THE DALTONS" Starring Brett' Barbara KING • LAWRENCE JOHNNY WEISSMULLER =. JUNGLE JIM VALLEY OF HEAD HUNTERS kilt CHRISTINE URSON udTUlM ALSO CAPT. KIDD and CARTOON MIDNITE PREVIEW SATURDAY FIRST HOPE SHOWING! CHICKEN CHASE SAT, NITE Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Andres of Philadelphia. Pa., announce the arrival of a daughter. Charlane Vivian, born June 10th. Mrs. Andres is the former Betty Jones of Philadelphia. John Thomas, formerly of Hope has completed a four year tour of duty with the U. S. Air Force most of which was spent in Germany. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. Joe Wilson, Columbus, Arkansas. Discharged: Mr. Jerry Kidd, Hope, Mr. J. S. McDowell, Hope, Rt. tt, Mr. Harvey Foster, Hope, Miss Julia Peck, Hope, Mrs. A. J. Folsom, McCaskill, Mrs. Clifton Harris, Gurdon, Lawrence Henry, Hope, Mrs. Nadra Jessup, and baby girl, Hope, Mrs. John Stover and baby boy, Hope, Mr. Howard Smith, Hope, -Rt. 1. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. George Beaty, Emmet, Mr. J. D. Shaw, Hope, Mrs. Erwin McAdams, Hope,. Discharged: Phyllis Carol Baker, Hope, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Bates of Washington, Ark. announce the ar- LITTLE ROCK WT—The new Al^ coholic Beverage Control Boarl says it is going to grant fewer liquor permits. Rolla Fitch, recently named by Gov. Orval Faubus an executive director of the board, said he thought Arkansas "has about all the liquor outlets it heeds." The 1955 General Assembly re- organised the board to give Gov. Faubus three appointments to it. There are about 650 liquor stores in Arkansas. There'a*e B6 sun in the average"; the 'National Geograpl The Belgian Congo 1? larger than) all the U. S. territory east of the. Mississippi River, I Duke'i Beauty 1619 W. 7tn Afh Compfst* beauty iervti „ O0ef*tor* , . „.* Frances GlllldtW^ ittiel Mi It's Our Birthday week . . . but You Get All the Presents 3rd AMUVERSARy, Fun F0r,X?H,~ and tht Whole Family * * SAENGER * * •* DRIVE-IN THEATRfe SUNDAY - MONDAY - June 19-20 TREAT NO. 1 — — ACTION GALORE AS A SENSATiON-HUNGRV KILLER! v SUNDAY-MONDAY-June 19-20 SEE HISTORY MADE AS... SUNDAY NITE ONLY, „ "Needle In the Haystack " •Mi MID ClARK ITNN MM Find it and there is a ~*| swell prize for you . . » EXTRA — COLOR CARTOON & NEWS TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - June 21-22 TREAT NO. 2 — — CARMAN'S HERE AND BOY - OH - BOY WHAT A SHOW TUES. - WED. - THURS. - June 21-23 if BATTLE OF TV STARS * HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Complotely AIR CONDITIONED for your comfort 104 S. Elm Phone 7-2878 Hazel Virginia Auline OUR MALTS AND SHAKES... Are made with the same Dairy Queen as Sundaes and cones. That's why they're Rich, Thick and Delicious. Highway 67 East The Great Stage Hit hits the screen! OSCAR HAMHERSTEIN'S tCKOTHT OANDRIOGE HARRY BEUFONTE mil BAIlEf otu JAMES DESI ARNEZ His Orchestra CUBAN PETE LUCILLE BALL / ' GEORGE BRENT LOVER COME BACK EACH NITE EXTRA ONE BUSHEL POPCORN TO THE CAR WITH THE MOST PEOPLE I NOTE — ADULTS ONLY ... NO CHILDREN THURSDAY - FRIDAY - June 23-24 TREAT NO. 3 — — DOUBLE SHOCK SHOW NEW THRILL WONDER . FRIDAY - SATURDAY - June 24 - 25 *• "Chicken Chase" , 10 PURINA" FII> To-be ThrowiuoffV Men . . . Lured by iLust and a sheriff that couldn't be bouahr ... THE lAST POSSE • Brodrick Crawford • Wanda Heddrix YOU CATCH . JOHN AGAR-LOU NELSON ) SATURDAY ONLY - June 25 ! f TREAT NO. 4 — — DOUBLE-BARREL ACTION No One Can Make Deals With Men Like These . . . SPECIAL IMIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY JUNE 25 WHAT is if ?# THE THING No One Permitted to y-W" ^«-"-Mi'Jf SAENGER'S SPECIAL Seminble Uprising/ TECHNICOLOR stirring GEORGE I MONTGOMERY MI, KMM mom * ANNIVERSARY TREAT * MIDNITE SHOW FRIDAY PIPER LAURIE RORYCALHOUN "Ain't Misbehav'in" JACK CARSON . ' Most Popular Pontiac Ever Built... BECAUSE IT HAS EVERYTHING IT TAKES TO MAKE A WINNBRI Here's the car which is breaking every sales record in Pontiac history. And here are some facts underlying that popularity —facts which might easily persuade you, to join the happy thousands who are making the switch to Pontiac. • fACT I—Pontiac's distinctive and exclusive future-fashioned beauty is bound to stay new for years. fACT 2—Pontiac's Strato-Streak V-8 engine is completely new and it em- bodies basic design advances that you'll be seeing in other engines of the future, > MCr 3—Pontiac's performance gives you tremendous power and quietness; flashing acceleration and smoothness; plus a wonderfully comfortable road-levelling ride based on adequate weight and a long 122" or 124" wheelbase. MCT 4—(and the clincher)—Pontiac's power, size and superb beauty are combined with a price which makes this cay America's greatest valuo—by far! In fact,' if you can afford any new car, you csn. afford a Pontiaci Come in 860 TWO-DOOR, 5IX-PA$SfN6« «OAN State and local taxes, if any, white sidewall tires and Vogue Tuv Tone colors extra. Price may vary in surrounding commune ties due to fru'fht differential, / $23' HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO. T -f!T 3195, Walnut rjUt Aiib \ -£u,(Jl ^ ' \ f. *''jf» k H* ( l#? .,„,, v* M »,. tft wi i *,y \r*>^.<3?^8 ! £^%'^^1^* T^.j^ !^, '^ff'*";?"'* ^ *$tf': ";*"*^;v?',' ;pl -","?tvl'v?

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