Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 26, 1946 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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ClubS Ten olcl members and one new member. Mrs. Sam Woolsey were Columbus present. In the absence of the pres .f-f_i, t vM«, ""itA TN . ident Mrs. Fred Caldwell presidec •twuntous. Home Demonstration i Mrs. R. C. Stuart «ave the ricvf f^ «5C^«rtay> r September 17 tlonal. The song or the month wa ^ Mrs. Jce Catttwell hostess, led by Mrs. L. K. Boyce. The re :I HOPE STAR, HO'PB, ARKANSAS Miracle-Tread Sliocs give you the' green light...for admiring glances! Theirjsmart style and excellent uV .tail flatter your ankles. "GO" for a pair today!. 5:95 and 6.95 ''Advertised in tADIES'_HOME JOURNAL 'The Friendly Store" Hope Star Jro» or Hope 189»; fttil 1»l7, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street. Hope. Ark. ?/>, H 0 S T A R,"<-H O.P E, A R K A MS A f> flue* Market Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jonfts, Managing Editor George W. Hoimer, Mech. Supt. ' Jess M. Davis. Advertising Manager Emma G. Thomas, Cashisr Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)--Mean3 Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rotej: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per week 20c; per month 85c. Mail rates—in Hemp- Opad, Nevada; Howard. Miller and LaFayetto counties, S4.50 per year; eke*here $8,50. Member of The Associated Press: The issocioted Press is exclusively entitled to he use for republicalion of oil news dis- atches credited to it or not otherwise redited In this paper and also the loco TOWS published herein. National Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dailies- Inc.; Memphis T«nn. terick Bulld.ng; Chicago, 400 Norh Mich- aan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison \ve.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Ivd.: Oklahoma City. 314 Terminal Bldg.; ' Orleans. 722 Union St. reational leader conducted two ames. Mrs. Boyce and Mrs. 'rank Delaney were the winners, liss Westbrqok demonstrated cur- ng and drying beans, peas and ruit. The club will not meet in Octo- er as they plan to attend Ach- evement Day on that date. Thy "ovember meeting will be with Irs. Marion Sipes. The demonstra- on will be making a magazine ick. Cookies and iced tea were served. The President of the United States cannot be paid his salary — he must file a claim against the government each month for monies due. Boys Shirts & Pants Mens Shirts & Pants Boys khaki and blue shirts and pants to match. Shirts —.. 2J Pants 1.98 to 3.27 Mens Sport Shirts Leather Jackets Good pants and shirts in herringbone twill. All sizes. Shirts....... 3.34 Pants 3. Mens.'Wl NIGS', spott shirts in assorted colors and patterns. 4.95 & 5.95 Just the jacket for cold weatftfer. Jacket and coat styles. All sizes. .98 to 24.98 Boys Mackinaws Mens Mackinaws Just what the boys want for these cold days. Plaids in assorted colors. Sizes 8 to 16 6.98 to 12.98 Mens, Womens, Childrens Cowboy Hots Get your hat now for the rodeo. Blue, Black, Tan. V 2.45 Boys Dungarees Ideal to wear to school. Most sizes for boys. 1. All sizes for men. Plaids in assorted colors. Just the thing for cold, wet days. .75 to 14.95 Flannel Shirts For cool days outside. You'll need one of these for the Rodeo. Solids, checks, nnd Plaids." 1.98 to 3.98 Mens Sweaters A large selection of mens sweaters in sleeveless, long sleeves and coat styles. Most sizes. to 8.98 Boys Plaid Shirts Assorted color plaids in sizes 6 to 18. Only 1. Ladies Sweaters Smarr, pretty fall sweaters in the newest styles and all new colors. Good range of sizes. 3.98 to 5.95 Childrens Childrens Sweaters Corduroy Overalls the childrens sweaters now for school ! , Wear. All colors, styles and sizes. 2.98 to 3.98 Just the thing to wear to school. Assorted colors. Sizes 3 to 8. 2.49 & 2.98 AN'S 'The Friendly Store" POULTRY AND PRODUCE Chicago, Sept. 2G —(/»•)— .flutter, firm; receipts 360.021; ;!9 score C 7C.5; others unchanged. Eggs, firm; receipts 7.080; U. S. extras 1 and 2 •- , r >3.. r >7; others unchanged. Live poultry, quiet; receipts :?5 trucks, one car; prices unchanged. ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK National Stockyards. 111.. Sept. 20—(XP)—Hogs, GOO; market generally steaky; slaughter barrows nnd gilts, sows and stags 10.20 at ceiling: good feedre pigs under 140 Ibs largely 20.00; boars 15.v)0-10 20' Cattle, 1,300; callves, 1,100; al classes opening generaly steady odd head medium to good heifers 13.00-Ui.OO; medium to good cows 12.50-13.50; most common and medium beef cows 3.75-12.00; canners and cutters 8.0-8.50; bills unchanged at 11.00-12.75 on most me- jdium and good kind ;few good bulls 13.00-40; vealers, most choice 19.25; medium and good 13 5(118.00; nominal range slaughter Reel's 10.50-20.15; slaughter heifers 9.50-20.15; stoeker and feeder steers 10.00-17.25. Sheep. 1,600; spring lambs steady to 25 higher; ewes steady; strictly good and choice spring lambs-to shippers and butchers 19.00-25; short deck at 19.50: mostly good kinds to packers Ul.00-50; most medium and good 1G.0017.50: cull and common throwouts 11.0013.00; most slaughter ewes 7 008.00. NEW YORK COTTON New York, Sept. :!G —(,?)—Cotton futures chartered an irregular pattern in quiet dealings toclav. Traders held to the sidelines awaiting fresh crop developments and Ihe announcement of October textile ceilings, which arc expected to be higher, and stimulating to the sale of goods. In early dealings the market sold off as much as $1.2 5a bale on light New Orleans and local liquidation, but in ater dealings prices improved on light mill demand and covering. Late afternoon prices were i30 cents a bale lower to 30 cents higher. Oct. 37.40, Dec. 37.18 and Mch. More active mill covering and short covering entered the market in the final hour with all deliveries making new highs ior die day Futures closed 20 cents lo :jl.!0 a bale higher. Oct high 37.70 — low 37.25 — last 37.70 up 20 Dec high 37.35 — low 36.91 — last 37.33-35 up 20 to 22 Mch high 37.00 — low 3G.G2 — last 37.00 up 20 May high 36.58 — low 36.24 — last 3G.57 up 14 Jly high 35-.8G — low 35.50 — last 35.84-85 up 4 to 5 Oct high 33.30 — low 33.02 — last 33.36 up 12 Middling spot 38.35N up 12 Pit.tsburg Continued, frotn Page One "just a scrap os paper,- and was temporary anti-strike injunction given his freedom for a few hours to attend a meeting of the union. Mueller promised the court he would ask the 3,200 members of the Independent Association of Em- ployes of the Duquesne Light Company to accept a new company of- ter, end their strike and return to work. The new offer, the company said, included a five percent pay raise, which would have increased the average base pay from $1,18 to $1.24 an hour. The union demands 20 percent, or a raise of $1.41 an hour. The secret meeting of the union was held in Carnegie Hal, and Mueller attended, in custody of the Union's Attorney, Herman'Lipsitz. Present also were the other nine members of the unions "strike committee.' .They, like Mueller, liad promised the court xhey would ask the strikers to return to work. But despite their appearance- the union voted 1,771 to 402 against considering any company offer until the anti-strike injunction, issued Sept. 9 by Common Pleas Judge Walter P. Smart, is lifted over thirty V don't look it! HELENA RUBINSTMN iSTROGENIC HORMONB CREAM 3.50 Amazing —wlmt Helena Rubinstein's Estrogciiic Hormone Cream can do for you. It contains natural hormones which your skin absorbs. Result? You look younger! Use i.t for one month. See the change! flut ta* ' John P. Cox Drug Co. Walgreen Agency Phone 616 — 617 NEW ORLEANS COTTON New Orleans, Kepi. "3(5 —(XII—Colton futuies closed v<;rv slenilv «)."> cents a bale higher to 25 e'en Is lower. Oct high 37.42 — low 3fi 00 37.450 up (! Dec high 37.41) — low 3f. .)!) 37.38-40 up 17 Mch high 37.01 — low 30.37 37.00-0 lup 11 May high 30.(i5 — low 3() "8 3(i.fi-(i5 up I close • close close! close Jly high 35.82'— low 35.5P — close 35.79-80 oft 5 Spot cotton closed stendv 0 cents a bale higher. Sale; .'j.203 Low middling 32.30. Middling :)7 55 Good middling 37.05. Ueeeints '•' Dill. Stocks 232,(!G3. ' " NEW YORK STOCKS New York. Sept. :>(> — f/p)— Tin- stock market crawled over :>n irregular path unlil Hie final hour today when enough support arrived to put loaders generally in the rising bracket and register vhe third si'""o«sive average upturn. Flip nror-ef-dinKs were relatively during most of the session 1: « ui< coward the :'inish when purchasing orders became a bit more insistent. While the majority of advances ranged from Iractioiis to ;! at the close, assorted "thin" isues wen- tip (! or so. A number of losers riersisled. Transfers in the iiei^'liliorhood of l.aoa,- 000 shaies wore amour; the .<;mall- lest of the past mouth. Prominent on forward . push wore U. S. Gypsum, On Pont. Johns-Maiiville, U. S. Steel, Beth Ichem, Clirysli'i', General Motors, i Goiulyoiir, Godilrieh, Woohvorth, il'ou«las Aircraft, American Tleo- • phono. KonnecoH. Union Pacific, Koutiiern Hallway and Northern | Pacific. | t)u (he offside were Dow Chem- '•ical. Allied Chemical, Air .Deduction, Ue.v.okls SpritiK. U. S, Knb- ber. Great Northern peake Ohio. Honds were uneven. and dies a- Q/nrk, Sept. "f! —-(/I 1 )— County Judge N. L. Maynard was scheduled lo f(o to ti'ial in circuit court _ here today on a charge of violating' the Corrupt 1'racllccs Act. The information accuses him of{ attemptini: to obtain votes for re- nomination In Ihe recent Democratic primaries through offers of road construction. On tho face of returns Judge Maynard was defeated :or renom- ination by Hen l''ord by a 2(i-vote majority, but. he is contesting tho lesult. The contest is to be heard here Monday. S P I Phone 768 Betwwn 9 «. m. and 4 p. rn. OWEN'S OFFERS YOU You'SI fsnd everything to wear for frhe entire family at OWEN'S DEPT. STORE. New Merchandise arriving daily. Come in and bn'jtg the family. Shop our store for all your Fa!! and Winter cSothing needs. Attend the Southwest Arkansas Livestock Show and Rodeo in Hope Sept. 30 to Oct 5 <3H& : P, -«iv.^^|r§ -.--• T">., S ;i>^ We received a new shipment of mens jackets in 100% wool, melton, wool and leather trim. Both jacket and coat styles. Also Mens Leather Coats short and long. Mens Khaki Pints Mens heavy army khaki pants. 3.56 to 4 ( Shifts to Match. ES Coveralls White, khaki and blue. Sizes 32 to 46 Mens Khaki Pants Good, heavy khaki pants and shirts to match. PANTS SH!RTS 2.98 2.33 Boys pants in blue and tan. Sizes 6 to 16 227 .*», » Jaa 3 Mens Carpenter Duck Head brand carpenter overalls for men. Sizes 30 to 44. Ideal for school wear. Sizes 2 to 12. Priced from . . . 1 95 to 9 7 H t -y odf a \J &a * £^ Jur,t the boots for the rodeo and wet weather. 'I wo slyics. Heavy double cotton blankets. 4 95 J . j*r <ttj7 Sheet Blankets 1.69 up Boys KNIT SHIRTS Long sleeve knit shirts for boys. \c Use Our Lay-Away P!ar. A small deposit holds any item. Work shoes that are made for service and comfort. Both rubber and lealhei soles. All sizes. Nc wSKipmcnt MENS DUNGAREES Idrens Fall Coats Many styles and colors. Buy now before cold weather arrives. Good range of sizes. Childrens Chiidrens Buy now for cold days ahead. Assorted colors and styles. Ideal for « school wear. Cliildrr/ns Girls High top school shoes for children. Just the shoes for wet and cold wealh- er. Sizes 8!/2 to 3. School oxfords in brown and white, tan and brown and all over brown.' Good range of sizes. Ladies Ladies Snuggles Bloomers Cliildions Snuggies in sizes from Cotton bloomers in sizes Childrens cotton bloomers small to 3 XXX 36 to 44. Special Only . Be Sure and See the FOOTBALL GAME Friday Night Hope vs. £1 Dorado BEAT 'EM BOBCATS 113 East Second Stores at Hope and Prescott Phone 781 Social Calendar NOTICE There will a Nursery laboratory class held in the Methodist Church Nuiscry next week, Monday. Sept. 30 through Friday, Oct. •), under the direction of Mis. W. K. Dales? Conference Director of Children's Work. Sessions will begin each morning at 0:30. An hour of observing the children at work will be followed by an adult discussion group from 10:HO until 11:30. All Nuisery mothers are asked to attend. Provisfon will be made for caring for children too old or loo young for the laboratory class. Saturday, September 28 The Friday Music Club will have its annual President's Day Luncheon ul Hotel Uarlow. Saturday, Sept. 21) at 1 o'clock. Guest artists will be Miss Evelyn Uowden, pianist, and Miss Helen Lyons, violinist. Be.th Miss Bowden and Miss Lyons aie member of the faculty of Ouachita College, Arkadelphia. charged from the firmed forces after serving a total of three years including 32 months overseas duty in the Pacific theater. Coming and Going Mrs. from a Anna .ludson vacation visit has returned with relative:; other the growth protrudes into the howc-1. CANCEROUS GROWTH BLEEDS In the early stages there are few indicaiforis of the growth's pres - ence. Later r.n, the giowth bleeds and fieSh blood is passed in the stools. As bleeding from the rectum is often due to hemorrhoids, many patients indulge in some wishful thinking and assume that the blood doesn't' indicate anything serious. Hut. this is the time to HO to a ph.sician for an examination. T'ne rectum is about five to seven inehc:; in length. Any DOROTHY DIX and friends in Emerson. Arkansas jincl llayncsville and Shangaloo, Louisiana. or f;ixiwlh in the rectum interferes W orld. with elimination. Any change in i Of c(V If tin engaged couple would spend their tiniL- talking Uirki.-.v ' In each other hihlead i.f biMitv.i arid (Moil, ; it Would do nuire lh.".r, any (in. 1 thing to )n evi.nl ilu-m i'nmi ;!el.lii:.'- divoices laic:', 'or i'niiii , luivin ; their marriages siuH inl.i one- m those U(.mesli'j endurance ler.Ls l)i;it disease | ;lu , || u , n u..st pitiful , things The rilm was pvoduepd ed bv TUu! Pr.llard for i-.s I'rii.'n an original sciecii play i the John K. Gordon. | _ The pyrnmirls of E.yypt stretch | Mcunl. Veinon is fii) ppilo.'j along the wesl btinlc of; tho Mount Vcrnnn Nile .if (ho tJnic.n. maintfiinerl by Ladies' Assoc- in 1!. | think of the pussibilty of a growth T, "~, . i in the rectum. Sgt. James H. Rogers arrm-d M , 1Kl o! US| without reali/.ing it., lucsday lor a furlough visit with h , lve f,,,,.^, W ill,-eslablishcd regu- lelativc-s and fl'icnds here. He has I 1;l ,. jlv m ( ,' ml ,j ., in[ , , hc | )ow ,,j. ' if just returned from Ihe Philippines : „,„, - ({ - tci is lil( ; , slllue , j t „„,. !K .I. where he served with the Army ol Occupalion tor the .past 14 months. , ..... ...Airse. no our; would habits should make us, Jess enough to deny an viuimore, is iviiy is the same, and if .our gen- r rat health is gootl, any change in ~. ! „ ,., , , ! o-.tr habits of rjoing lo the toilet Llmore left Wednesday | Kh(llll( | be repented lo our physician. is nc..t painful Mrs. Dob night for Little Hock where she | was called on account of the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Jewell Bcasley who died there late Wednesday. Crosby-Gates Marriage Wednesday Miss Mary Helen Crosby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Crosby of this city became the bride of James Hoy Gates, Jr., sou of Mr. and Mrs. James Roy Gates, Sr., of this city in a double ring ceremony at the chinch parlors of the First Baptist church in Texarkana on Wednesday evening. Reverend James 13. Lcawell, pastor of the church officiated. The bride wore a dress of pink, wool jersey with black accessories and her flowers were a corsage of while I aslors and tube roses. She was attended by Miss Mickey Boyett as maid of honor. Miss Boycll wore blue wool jersey with brown accessories and a corsage of sweetheart roses. W. C. Tolleson served as best, man to Mr. Gates. Following the ceremony Ihe couple left fe.r •,> .wedding I rip. They will be at home in Hope. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Hope High School. The groom has recently been dis- Says: M.D o"tc BY WILLIAM A. O'BRIEN, Written ;|jr NEA Service Cancer of the rectum is confused wilh hemorrhoids (piles i ] by the patient. Both conditions ; cause bleeding from the bowel and • other signs of local distress. It is j characteristic of human nature lo; select Hie less disagreeable possi-i bilily when we have something: wrong wilh us. It requires a lot of willpovvc r to! go to a physician for examination | if we suspect thai we have cancer. I bul everyone with rectal trouble should report the condition lo his physician, so that if cancer is present proper treatment can be started at once. Rectal cancer is more common in middle-aged and older patients, although it does o.ccur in young people. There are two forms. In one. an ulcerated thickening in the wall of the rectum develops, while in the FOR SALE PURE BLACK PEPPER No Limit SHIELDS FOOD MARKET Phone 709 Does Your Back Gel Tired?, A SPENCER will relievo back- fjiligue—give you restful posture, MRS. RUTH DOZIER 216 S. Hervey Phone 942-J Hope, Ark. PREVIEW SAT. NITE 11:15 Rectal cancer is iuvt painful in Die cai !y stages. As the disease progi esses, pain lends to occur because of the invasion of surrounding tissues. Mosl. patients with rectal cancer have adequate warning that something i:'. wrong, for nearly a year passes from Hie iirst symptoms to the time of operation, in the average case. Cancer of the rectum is i'!ie of the most hopeful forms when caught in flic starting stage. Every patient who reports to his |:i;ysician e,.n ly gives himself a belter chance for cure. A complete rectal . examination should include an inspection oS the inside ol the bowel. It. a suspicion.-; giov. th is seen, a small piece oi tissue can be removed and examined under the microscope. The X-ray is not of much value in the diagnosis of cancer of the rectum, as the growth is loo close to the outside. In finding cancer ol the bowel higher up, the X-ray is of gical value. Surgery Is Required The pfopor treatment of rectal cancer is surgical. The growth and tiie surrounding tissues are removed. JA)l!ov.-iiig the operation, it may be necessary to make an artificial I opening in the side called a colos- U;my. Some patients hesitate lo have a ruclal operation because j they dislike the idea of having a | colostomy. In every community, however. ]:n spectivc coloslomy pa'ticnls will find ximeone who has had jusl such an operation and who is liv- i:ig a useful life. Cancer of the rectum offers such a good chance for cure in Ihc beginning s'.ar.es that patients should icpi.n any irregulariti' in this re- yi.ulh and maU'.ei: lo a libfial :.i:o- mill of i.'.ouey g-V'hiim. b'.r. alt'..'r they have assured each other for the milhoneth time that tin.';/ iv ogui/.ed their prc..le:"l.tni":t mate in each other at filst sk'.H. ai.d lhi:l no one else iV the woi Ul tics ever loved as they do, and that each would die if anything untoward happened to the otiie;-. it is time to call the sessiiMi tc. onicr and 1 , discuss business. H would Rive them an opportunity lo lind out u lot of things abo'.U the parly of 11:.' oilier par!, that the, ai e going ! '< need \vhen they unilertake to live to.gelher. and to' check up on what abuiit washing off your complexion and screwing yviur hair up on top ..i your head and jumping into a nniVsy houscciMit and Hiving me a pievfe'.v of what I am getting in n in ri'ia !.',c? " And suppose Romeo should say umi'ig that Juliet was some sort of a conjurer who could run a house on air and glow her own fcalluii'S, KniiU'i.. would try to get her views] on penny-pinching. "All the lovey dovey stulf is to the Hood," lie uii^'nl :;a.' to her. "but the (jueslion is: Will you love me still when you have to'wear hand-me-downs and .1 briui; you he me :-c.me slew meat instead of orchids'.'" i And suppose Roco should say: I "Well. Juliet before the parson lies I us up for keeps let's settle a few I minor details, such as: Will I be imanying '.our mother when I niarrv you, and will, .she run our home and not let me smoke in the room'.' Are you a united '"•*• County Hcalih Unit On O-if)b(.'r 1 frc.m 1 \<< 5 p.m. the chest X-ray Clinic will be held at the eo.urthouse I'.n 1 v.hiie peo- |ile. Tfie clinic lor coiorc-d penple will be held from !):(!() to -!::!<! on October 2nd in the Health Ui.it. 01 I-1 '',:lt;i'ri.1 . e fii 1 * 1 tt'riik. l-;ii!..:<-.| '-•i.lciy hi.f.-iiiKf dully l;iM,« yllu. vln.lity. irv OMMA 'I i,nli- '!:• ifxii ynu. Km. in.iy iii'cif fur [IM,: ji *i ,iii|ii>!i<H vUuniin lij. knur cucll Ini.roduriiji'y fjl p f>»:.'//:u»c.l At ;'.|l flru;4 stores everyy here—in Mope, at Co>: and Gibson Drugs. QUALITY AIJD CU&HTITY m Mnrollno. Petroleum Jelly. You (ft a ii'iont; y of tho quo tirdoctoridemand. Soothing minor bimis—tuts, scrapes. ' kind of life partner really goiii" into. PERTINTMT QUESTIONS Suppose. Tor instance, lh;H stead of Romeo '.viilin;; stjiiiH 1 ! Juliet's eyebrows ami asking how she kept out of Ihe tirivic;.' s)i('..ukl say:-. "See !r,Te. Julie, certainly aie a knockout when are fresh from the beauty shop have on your good clothe:-, after we arc married and you to get up and get bvpaklasi take euro of a baby r.r two. you j only are not going to have much chanc'. 1 to keep yourself dolled up. So what. ily with o visiting complex who will always be camped in our guest- , loom' 1 ' \Vill vou consider that being j a j'ood wife' and mother and mak- j comfortable home i inn 'i C'.nnorinuic noioe 11. an adc- . (juale carter, or will you pine to ,,-,iuu a fc-hoppe.'-' And when I cease j I.. I lo be a hero in your g.rlish areams j •i i and am nothing but a tired bus- ] ic i iness man', who is often nervous 'and cross and grumpy, will ,..vou wonder what made you do. it''". And think of all the brcaktast table spats it would save if Romeo instead ,of asking Juliet if sue would love him forever and aye, had the a use MANTAN MORELAND in bowel habits to their physician Cor examination anil opinion ;is soon as it occurs. Only by removing rectal cancer in the beginning slaves will a t.-haiu'o for cure be given to most people- with this disease. Sunday & Monday SHOW STARTS SUN 12:45 MONDAY '1:45 CONTINUOUS QUp;STION: What is tho best 1 means of avoiding the contraction I ol' iiiflupiv/.u? ' ANSWER: Tho most effective pri'Vi'iiialivi- is the injection of a va'.'i.'ii-.e shortly before a possible o'.ilhreak. This method has been u:;eu experimentally, but it lias not been tried generally. Alabama state laws provide Hint no one sentenced to death in the courts may be executed without a clemency hearing by the governor in person. Well... A nnnSA-ilronmotl-up darling, smoothly sophisticated, \vilh the flirty-figuring of the gay-nineties! White dash-striped on Oxford grey or black . . . with €^-perky white cull'9 anil collar ,, bow tied in junior 9 to 15. a Double lorcthought and prud e-ce to sav: ".lu, dearest, light o 1 my life and darling of my soul, tail me this: Are > on a good cook. Can vou make coffee tnal tastes like ambiosia instead of poison teal v.-as b:ewcd by Lucrctia Borgia? Car. you make bread such as Mother never made in her best dvs'' C'an you fill my stc.macn so ful'i'of food' food that I will never think'of you as aught save a min- siorin.g angel'. 1 '' What a lot of trouble could be saved if men would only ask thtsc questions oL their fiancees before man lane, instead of wondering after mariiage why they didn t (Released bv the Bell Syndicate, Inc. i Ken CURTIS • Jeff DONKtl I- out! THE HOQSIES HOT SKOT 1 ; Siivina! Dancing! Romancing! Drama 1 'Lau«hs! Tncv'rc all to be ! fcund in "Tall. Tan and Terrific," Mantan Moreland which opens at the Pal-ice Saturday nite al 11: la and Sunday and Monday. The siiising is taken care oi by Ir.vely 1-iancmc Everett, ably assisted by the Gorgeous Aslor Debutantes' and the All-Girl Golden Slipper Orchestra. Seven top-llight ! tune's, headed for nulional popu: 1'ii'ity aie in the show, and each i is presented in a top flight produc- i lion number that leaves nothing to 1 be desired in the way of staging. | A bevy of Sepia lovelies, all e,f whom are well-known in the danc- ! in; world, take care of the terpsi- chorc- against ll-.e gorgeous bacK- ground of a lavish Harlem night, club scene. Monte. Hawlcy and t rancinc Everett handle the romance dennrt- 1 menl and the love scenes are tnc sort thai will be remcnvoered long afu-r leaving the theater. Dots Johnson is in charge of drama, and he. as the gambler, wilh itociy 'ioorobs as his hencnman, leave- no stone unturned to keep chills running up and down the spines of all who see the film. ' Last but. by no means least is the comedy department, placed in the capable hands cf the picture's star, IViniuan IVIoreland'. Long noted as one oi the top negro comics ' in the business. Ivlanlan is at his ; hilarious best in this, his latest and i his ureatest film. i Put them all together and you I have "Tali. Tan and Terrific", one ; of the funniest, inosl Ihrilling and \ most spectacular all-negro films to Ueach lite screen in a iong time, j One of the many smart" swearers you'll find in our store. Slip overs, cardigans and others. All new fall colors. 100% Virgin wool. Complete range of sizes. A complete selection of beautiful new fall blouses. Crepes, Royon Jersey, Got ton,-Long sleeve woolens, and others in lace' ttirnmea .and tailored styles. . : O 10! NOW - FR! - SAT m TOOCtf III i! f Assorted colors. Long Sleeves. ^, , Bobcats BEAT El Dorado Friday A must for Fall wear, checks and solids in cur wool and corduroy. All sizes. You'll find plaids, stock. All wool, part <ORE~ofCc,ifomia SKIRTS r 1 The <mnrl"es! skirts yoti' Nt" sty rutte r /*-'. i) .9 Lioth B.ty /. At ton;-! the Livestock Show, Rodeo in Hope Sept 30-Oct. 5 'We Outfit the Family' ; i .:JL

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