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WEDNESDAY, MC. IT, 1952 '(ATlX.y COTTRWR NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Evidence Favors 01 !••.>;.. [en. Tail for Senators Wary About Jumping Into.Struggle; Spme Say No Contest m.'v WASHINGTON Wl — Evidence as (piling up today that Sen. Tat ,.-^-.:.' wants to be GOP -floo ader,.iri the ; new Senate and ha: slrerig-.chance of achieving tha rt*'-^" •,""- .' ' !.«« ... - : . . •• : lican'Tsenators in Washing .Vary.about jumping int •'leadership struggle , publicly utfthVy regarded as 's'lgiiifican le remarks Sen. Carlson (R-Kan nadeJ-to'newsmen In 'New Yor esterflay after a-chat- with Presi en£ele'c|. Eisenhower. Carlson came out/of the mee ng JJsJ /say he - personally - woul e Iriufayor of Taft for the ke enate'post if he Avants it Carlson, an original Eisenbowe jooster/ said' he had.discussed Sen te SfSa'nizalion problems' with' th n-esi'dent-eiect ; and that Else iower a "fs going to take no pe onalj part In the organization he Senate." However, senators here we iware : that Carlson marie his coi nents just after leaving Else lower. They noted also that^most jriginal Elsenhower backers fn the Senate previously had been boost- ng Sen. Knowland (R-Calif) or Saltonstall (R-Mass) for leader. Carlson- said there will be no contest—that the Republican senators "are going to sit around a table and work It out." . v Divergent Stories There were divergent, stories iere about the situation. ?ne GOP senator who did not b his name used told a reporter ed General Oiei MOSCOW (/!>) — Moscow newtpa- rs today reported the death of ovlet Air Forc,e Maj. Gen. Alexel atrovich Dergunov: The papers ,td he occupied responsible posl- ons in the Red Air Force during id after World War II. The ac- ounts said he died after a long Iness. OSCEOIA NEWS (Continued tt-om Page 8) , Christmas green and red berries provided -the" decorations' for the tarty . -Mrs. Dais's Hostess- • Mrs. Hobson Daws was hostess o the Home Makers Class of the BapUst Church.. A festive ntmos >here ' was carried out In the mammoth red candles and green cry which Mrs. Daws used in he decorations. Mrs. A .E. Thome is lie class teacher. Saturday night. Her parents, Mr. which it gets &nd Mrs. V, G. M»nn, Roy Mann and Mrs. Russell Chiles drove over for the ./performance brtng- Miss Mann home for the night. Sunday afternoon, she appeared In Wynne with the choir and was accompanied thero by her parents and Mrs. David Gwaltney and Miss Bcltye Joe Pendergrast. Miss Gaines is H regular member of (lie Choir. Arriving to' spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clinton, will be their daughter, Barbara of Washington, D. C., and their son, Mil- Th« tone of- voice; manner and expression .wiih which the words "Merry ChrisUuas" are spoken by Individuals can be made to sound like a dozen different meanings. Had you ever noticed? ton, who University Airman personals Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Richardson of Tulsa, OWa., announce Ihe arrival, of .their first child, Robert Dohaid Richardson, at St. John's Hospital in Tulsa Dec. 12. Mrs. Richardson is the former Miss Ann Urlycr'. Her mother, Mrs. C. B. Driver, Is ' with the family in Tulsa. . Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson of Kansas City visited in Osccola last week. Mrs. Nelle Gardner of Memphis will spend the week end with Judge and Mrs. S. L. Gladish. Mrs. J. II. Lovewell, Mrs. Charlie Hale and Mrs. Dick Bagby are .home after a Visit with Mrs. Lovewell's daughter and Mrs Bagby's sister. Mrs. Thad Felton. in Bay Town, Tex. Mrs. W. J. Sheddan underwent surgery in Memphis last week. Patsy Jean Hunt is able to resume her 'studies in school afte the accident which caused her lef arm to be badly mangled. Miss Billie Gaines Mann, a stu dent at Ouachita College, was on group from .the College' is attending Harvard Third Class Ronny Goble left Friday to report back to Randolph Field after spending 15 days with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Goble of Carson Lake. Miss Joanne Cullum and Miss Mary Ann Grain arrived today by plane from Nashville, Tenn.,- to pend the holidays wiih their par- nts, Mr: and Mrs. Jo* Cullom, r., and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny :raih: The girls attend Vander- There's a world of difference In trying to please and giving plea, sure. The greater, of Ihe two is the latter. Trying to please some people U practically hopeless. Bui giving pleasure as you go along In this old world works like a boomerang. . A lot of things people call "The spice of life" Is bad for their in digestion. - Beer and some folks have the same thing In common. Froth at he top and dregs at the bottom. A man who, has a career to hink about can't waste his time friends; he has to devote it wholly to his enemies. An Idle prophet. Never show you can bite. fellow makes a good your teeth unless Marriage Is like a besieged fortress: Those without want 'to get In and those within want to get out. ; had them when they first came out. There will never be nnythliig to take the place of the peck-a-boo black chiffon night gown every man dreams of seeing his wife In but never does because the first thing the day after Christmas, back it goes to swap for something y ; lcss glamorous. That goes double for the comb, brush and mirror set. I see where some Memphis hospital '.rooms have been upped. That's 1 ; bad on us neurotics. I thought they were high enough. Before blowing your lop, you'd be safer to find out which way the wind's blowing. Inez Robb, writing on step-ins embroidered in sequins . . . where has she been for the past three Christmases? The Memphis stores Two very charitable ladles in Osceola crochet baby bootees and sell them and turn over every penny of the money to the Heart Fund. We'd like to tip our hals lo Mrs. Lona Colbert and Mrs. Hob Cromer. Beautiful Sprue* Christmas Treei. Country Ribs and Backbones Good Tennessee Sorghum. Fresh Oysters A LARGE VARIETY VEGETABLES Phone 2043 Fine Foods at PICKARDSl Grocery & Market Nationally Advertised and Fancy Groceries OF FRESH EVERY DAY IN Christmas Trees : Candies Nuts Fruits Fancy Fruit Cakes Fruit Cak« Mixes Glazed Fruits FRUITS AND THE WEEK. 1044 Chickasawba SJARR GAZING Continued from Page 6 ball." Sometimes the things our life misses helps more than the thing of the today the Senate organization prob- Choir to sing She Messiah in Earl lems had all been worked out and [ that Taft would, be floor leaders. This-senator said Sen. Bridges (R-NH), who now has the job and says' he, would take it again to avold-an* intraparty dispute, would be president pro tern and appropriations chairman. Knowlnnd would be chairman of the policy committee, "i/faft's present job. and Sen. Miljlkih (R-Colo) would stay on as chairman of the Conference of All Rtjiublkan Senators, he said. Another source said Taft had made" great headway Monday in talking, to Republican senators here Monday . and had. convinced several they, should support him for leader. . '. ' • . A third source told a reporter he did not consider Bridges completely out of the leadership picture yet. But he said the New Hampshire senator would have to announce publicly for the Job soon to remain lii the running. Presumably ...no formal action v-'ill be taken by "tile OOP senators until after Christmas. .''••; Tact's position publicly has been that he is available for the leader- hip but is not running for it. However, an active campaign on his part for the job might indicate £ had decided the leader will.be. real power in the new Senate with a Republican-in-the White Jouse. . V ' ORTENING^ IP S CAKES J I EVE. < A PPEAU / m --_ T^-^*~ THE SHORTENING THAT HELPS CAKES ACHIEVE EAT APPEAL ALL Ve&fcTABLt Farmers to Make As Much in -'52 As Last Year WASHINGTON (/P) — The.Agri- cultural Department estimated today that the country's farmers will wind up the year with about the some net income they got last year ^in the vicinity of $14,300.020,000. "Although farmers' total gross income is setting another new record this year," the department, said In a report on farm Income, "higher costs of production are holding their realized net Income at or a IHtlc below last year's level of 514,300-000.000." m Plumber Phones 3553—8<? 13 to flolidau flospitalltu t/ . ;..-*• ' *^ Ailil fame to youT name as .a friend and host. 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