Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 3, 1968 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 3, 1968
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ffifflifnfs Weather Report for Three Months . (tm>* Fifty. pMntjies fen ebtiftty wei« tosrtte were filled Tuesday fef flfe 8fst§ Welfare Board at tt^tfiig in the Hotel Marion, ehosen from made by the Constitutional officers 4fiB state representatives and H of the district if they la that county. If niore one person is recommend* the state board member liv PI in or nearest the county in , pestion names the appointed » from the recommendations. £_,No recommendations were re - Reived or a decision was nc >t Cached on vacancies in tt ie jroliowing counties; Boone, Ch if. |6t, Clark, Clay, Cievelan ,d, Gonway, Cross, Dallas, Prat i*. Hn, Hot Spring, Howard, tea/rd, §fferson, Lincoln, Midisoin Mississippi, Perry, Poitif a Ut, W&ski, stone, Van Btimin, white and Woodruff. /. , Appointed to the welfare bo ai fds by county were. 1 ^ARKANSAS — Mrs. Mai ry V Qurry, Wilmot, housewife . I • ' ^BAXTER - Mrs. Dorif } S tud- d£rd, Mountain Home, hoi use- ttfe. JBENTON - Rev. WiH .iarn A. Rail, Rogers, minister./ / JBRADLEY - B. S./ Hiirgis S£., Warren, retired t msi'hess- man; Mrs. AUie Drue Ja.rratt, Hermitage, clerk. •rCALHOUN - Erv in Miles, ^insman, retired ; g rocery qjferk. ^CARROLL-Mrs.' Mary Louis Mitchell, Eureka . Springs, housewife and re tired social vfprker. :-;CLAY - H. J .Pillow Jr., Corning, engineer . JX3LEBURNE- D. Jack Barnett, Beber Springs,re' tired druggist. ^COLOMBIA- Harold FiL,: er, Waldo, baokf 3r . ;:CRAIGHEA1D - Mrs. Frank Cjamec, Jo'nesl ooro, housewife. gCRAWFORD - Edgar Rozell, "wan Bur e n, f .'armer (re-selec- tfpn). •CRIT.TEND'EN - Mrs. Dorothy V. Ward, West Memphis, news writer (re-selection). : DT£;SHA -• Tommy Shea, DUMB, s, farmew (re-selection). FAULKNKH - Emory Wil- s ,on, Greenbj;ier, retired farmer. FULTON •— Vernon Flynn, Mammoth Spring, farmer (re- »4»tt*-*»»*i'i£f\ ., »• -*-•••.'. — ., < •- .-. selectiofi). . GARLAND — Mrs. Caroline Miller,. Hot Springs, owner of chemical company. GRANT — J. Dee Lybrand, ; Sheridan, physician (re-selection). GREENE — Dr. Charles M. Bowers, Paragould, physician (re-selection). OP ARKANSAS BRANCH SfflRlMW STATION HOPE,- ARKANSAS- fEMPERAf tffifi & RAINFALL JAN., JBfi., MAR,, 1968 COMPARED TO NORMAL RAINFALL Jam 5.21 Feb . Mar , UU6 501 •MM* ^^i*U I VrT ^or i £4 78i3 Total 1U68 1603 Normal 1968 Dept. from Normal +1.35 -282 Greatest Any Day '68 1 .50 .6U +2.62 +135 1.80 Snow or Ice '68 Normal 1968 Ice ' Snow, Ice on Trees on 9th 1" on 13th & TEMPERATUR1S AV. ^3J? U78 397 50? ii35" U02 Dept. from 'Normal -3.5 -6.9 Highest Lowest 69 on 27, 70 on 28 ,& 30th 1st 13 on 8th 16 on 22nd -U-.3 78 on 29, & 30th 19 on Iith HEMPSTEAD - Mrs. Paul Rawson, Hope, retired welfare worker. INDEPENDENCE -Mrs. Zella Larsen, Batesville, community worker. JACKSON — Mrs. Willa B. Black, Newport, housewife. JOHNSON - Herbert North, HagarviUe, retired businessman. LAFAYETTE - Johnson Camp, Stamps, retired. LAWRENCE - Henry Weav- enden, farmer. LEE — Mrs. Ann Gerrard, Felton, housewife. LITTLE RIVER - Mrs. Judith C. Hawkins, Foreman, teacher (re-selection). LOGAN r- Marvin Humphries, Scranton, no occupation listed; Frank Barnard, Paris, salesman. LONOKE — Fred Garlington, Cabot, banker (re - selection). MARION - Joseph H. Hurst, Yellville, gas dealer. MILLER — Audrey Johnson, Texarkana, no occupation listed. MONROE — James McCast- lain, Clarendon, farmer. MONTGOMERY' - James K. Flatte, Mount Ha, barber. NEVADA-Charles F. Cross, Prescott, buildinfj contractor. PHILLIPS — Mrs. Stanley Newman, Helena, housewife, Mrs. Dorothy .'Meyer, Helena, housewife; J. I). Smith, Marveil, farmer. PIKE - Roy Wilson, Glenwood, retired (re-selection). POLK - Rev. George E. Myers, Mena, minister. Pope - Joe E. White, London, no occupation listed (re- selection). , RANDOLPH ~ Fred Newberry, Pocahontas, farmer (re-selection). SALINE - ntiarles Samples, Benton, electrician. SCOTT - MTH. Irene Harper, Bates, housewifcj (re-selection). SEARCY - Laverne Hudson, Leslie, farmer. SEBASTIAN — Arvid L. Carr Congratulations Go To OVERTURF'S SHOE STORE * * * * AIR CONDITIONING And New Store Front - INSTALLED BY A-1 CONTRACTORS 118 W, Front St Phone 7-6614 HOP! (AMR) STAR, Mid try Offset Greenwood, personnel manager. SEV1ER - Rev, J. M. Hoi* ffiaft, Qillhaftt, mtflistef, SHARP-Kenneth King r ttardy, feal estate salesman, Wednesday, April 3,196ft Dale Cllne, El Dorado, refinery worker, WASHINGTON - Dr s George R. Cole, Fayetteville, physician. YELL - J. W. Lowery, Havana, no occupation listed (re* selection). Weather Experiment Steu tion report for 24- hour s ending at 7 cum, Wednesday, High 68, Low 51, precipitation JO of an inch, Forecast ARKANSAS - Mostly clotriy through tonight. Scattered thunderstorms spreading eastward over the state but diminishing early tonight. Chance of a few showers late tonight mainly north. Turning colder from the west tonight. Thursday cloudy to partly cloudy and cooler. Low tonight upper 30s to upper 40s. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Albany, cloudy 59 30 Albuquerque, cloudy 64 38 . Atlanta, rain 60 46 Bismarcks, rain 34 22 Boise, cloudy 50 34 Boston, cloudy 57 46 Buffalo, cloudy 51 37 Chicago, cloudy 60 46 Cincinnati, rain 62 50 Cleveland, cloudy 59 45 Denver, snow 63 25 Des Moines, rain 47 46 Detroit, cloudy 57 43 Fairbanks, cloudy 44 22 Fort Worth, rain 74 65 Helena, rain 33 18 Honolulu, rain 81 71 Indianapolis, rain 61 49 . Jacksonville, Cloudy 74 66 Indianapolis, rain 61 49 Jacksonville, cloudy 74 63 Juneau, cloudy 42 34 Kansas City, rain 59 55 Los Angeles, clear 65 52 Louisville, rain 65 50 Memphis, cloudy 61 59 Miami, clear 77 72 Milwaukee, rain M 44 Mpls.-St. P., rain 63 43 New Orleans, cloudy 77 67 New York, cloiriy 61 45 Okla. City, cloudy 67 60 Omaha, cloudy 48 46 Philadelphia, cloudvfil an Pittsburgh, cloudy 58 43 Ptlnd, Me., clear 51 34 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 52 44 Rapid City, snow 49 19 , Richmond, rain 62 43 St. Louis, rain 50 49 Salt Lk. City, cloiriy 52 33 San Diego, clear 64 54 San Fran., clear 58 51 Seattle, cloudy 59 46 Tampa, clear 86 66 Washington, clear 63 46 Winnipeg, snow 29 21 (M— Missing) (T- Trace) Bosox Player Injured in Accident BOSTON (AP) - Tony Conigliaro of the Red Sox suffered minor injuries early today in a two-car collision only hours after returning to Boston from spring training to undergo eye tests. The accident occurred in the suburb of SomervlUe and the young outfielder was taken to the city hospital for treatment of bruises, He was released a short time later, a hospital spokesman said. Conigliaro was alone in his car and several youths were In the other vehicle, police said. Conigliro, bothered by his vision and suffering headaches "almost dally," has been struggling all spring trying to come back from the beaning which sidelined him for the last six weeks of the 1967 season, The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PH7-4678 or 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Good-breeding shows itself most, where to an ordinary eye it appears the least.-Addison said it. COMING AND GOING Mrs. Mary Lee Smith left the city Friday March 30th for Los Angeles, California where she will attend the wedding of her daughter Lula Mae to Zollie Hill on April 7th. PERSONAL MENTION Friends will regret to know that Mrs. Elizabeth Holt is a patient at Hempstead Memorial Hospital, ^^•l^^j^^^^^^B^^^F-'^^F-'^^'—^^—^^—^^~^^ • W • -^^- • ™ • V V ™ Want To See Something Pretty? t'SS >*«*«: ^-W " IST" •^•f*.^,,^, - w mm ^^fev5>V . . . Then come see our newly Remodeled store ! Above is the picture of our New Front and to tell the truth, this picture just doesn't do it justice. Our windows are sparkling with new Spring and Easter Shoes for every member of the family ... and wait until you see the inside of our store — It's Beautiful 1 . . . You'll enjoy doing your Easter shopping in our new store and below we're listing some terrific bargains for you to select from. Prices are good Thursday, Friday and Saturday only. Ladies Hose 2*5* Only J.W*J Pair 4 Pair Limit With $5 Purchase HURRY! One Group Teen HEELS Yellow Orange Green LITTLE GIRLS Easter Shoes SIZES 3 TO 8- 8 1 /' TO 3 B-C-D WIDTH WHITE PATENT AND BLACK PATENT TO 6.99 VALUE PURSES For All Shoes > Greens • Yellows Oranges • Beiges Group Ladies Canvas Shoes Our Famous BRAND NAMES - FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Weather Bird - FOR WO MEN- Personality Tempos Fan Fares Mural Poise - FOR MEN Stacy Adams City Club Ladies SANDALS All Colors 00 One Group LADIES AND TEEN HEELS 90 .GREEN . YELLOW & ORANGE . BLACK PATENT . WHITE Group Boys Dress Shoes 400 Group Men's SHOES '00, '00 See Our Good Deal Dept. Everything Displayed For Self Selection. Every Shoe Marked Down!!! Come & See! Prices Good Thursday - Friday - Saturday OVERTURF'S SHOE STORE 214 South Main Street Hope, Arkansas

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