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s**™**^ HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 1 Wednesday, November 6,1946 Wednesday, Noycmbcr 6,1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE," ARKANSAS Page Thrti Market Report Hope-Star -o Stof of Hop* 1(49; Pr«» 1917, Coniolldot«d January 1«, 192f Published every weekday aff«rrioon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Al«x. H. Wathburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star buliding 312-214 South Walnut Stre«». H A-h. *-*• cpr/ f — Alex. H. Washbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jonu, Managing Editor George W. Hosm«r, Mech. Supt. .• Jeu M. Davis, Advertising Manager , Emma G. Thomas, Cashier Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope. Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Ifceons Associated Press. (NEA!—Means Newspaper Enterprise) Association. 1 Subscription Ratti: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per week 20c; per month 83c. Mail rates—in Hemp- steed, Nevada. Howard. Miller and VaFoyette counties, $4.50 per year; elsewhere $8.50, " National Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; Memphis Term., StencR Bulld.ng; Chicago, 400 Nof'h Mich- toon Avenue; Nev fork City, 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.: Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg.: IMOVU Ortpons. 722 Unior> St. Member at The Annotated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to The use for republlcotion of all news dispatcher credited to it or not otherwise credited in this pqoer and also the local • lews published' herein. GRAIN. AND PROVISIONS Chicago, Nov. G — Wheat rnaximwm decline shortly after mid-session activity dried-up. Failure of cotton and other markets to' advance on the election result appeared to encourage considerable realizing through commission houses and New Orleans. Private crop reports anticipating the next government :orccast plunged as much as 5 cents, Ihe I daily limit, and all other grains I worked sharply lower today under I persistent liquidation. Much of the selling came from commission houses witii eastern connections and was associated with limit declines in cotton and lower security prices. Cash grain prices also declined and there was a considerable expansion in offerings of corn by the country. Dealers reported purchases on a to-arrive basis at close to 300,000 bushels. Trading was fairly active on the decline and the market was unable to produce a sustained rally. The March and May corn contracts sank to a new seasonal low- as did July wheat. Final prices were at the bottom. All wheat contracts were off cents, January $2.04 1-4, corn was down 3 3-8—4 1-4, January 31.31 1-4—3-3, and oats were -off '2 1-2— 3 3-4, November 32 1-4—1-2. Wheat was nominally easy; receipts 60 cars C.orn was one to three cents lower: bookings 375,000 bushels; shipping sales 100.000 bushels: receipts 291 cars. Oats were one to -three cents down with a trading basis of 1-2 to 1 1-2 cents; receipts 76 cars. Soybeans receipts were 119 cars. NEW YORK COTTON New York, Nov. G—(JP}—A& cotton futures deliveries declined vhe daily limit of S10 a bale today under general liquidation. After the market reached the November' S fh)ln th C ™P showed little n of 3,, 24.000 Late afternoon prices were $10 a bale lower than the previous close. Dec. 2.83. Mch. 23.48, May 29.13. Futures closed -10 a bale )ower than the previous close. Dec high 31.82 — low 29.83 — last 29.83 off 200 Mch high 31.43 — low 29.46 — 'ast 29.46 off 200 May high 31.12 — low 29.13 — last 2U.13A off 200 Jly high 30.03 —low 28.07 — losl 28.07A off 200 Oct high 27.00 — low 25.09 — last 25.09A off 200 Dec high 26.60 — low 24.fiO — last 24.60. off 200 . Mch 1948 high 25.8 5— low 24.24 — last 24.24A off 200 Middling spot 30.48N off 210 N-nominal^ A-askod. o NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Nov. G —<>P)— Stocks suffered one of it sharpest breaks in nearly two months today in the finst market session after the Republican election sweep. Active selling wiped out the gains registered in an opening rally, and leading issues followed a downward course, a new outburst of offerings in the final hour, than 2,000,000 hare. Prominent loer included U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Republic Steel, American Telephone, Santn Fc, Southern Railway, Chrysler, General Motors, U. S. Rubber. Goodrich, Montgomery Ward, international Harvester, Phelps .Dodge, Air Reduction, Eastman Kodak, Du Pont. Anaconda, American Smelting, Standard Oil (NJt, Electric Power & Light and Western Union. Traditionally conservative Wall street welcomed \he Republican landslide but followed its practice of "selling on the 'good news." Brokers said the election news had been largely discounted, and customers saw no immediate prospect of improving labor-management relationships, and little to offset predictions of some sort of business setback in 1!)47. Bonds were narrow. NEW ORLEANS COTTON New Orleans, Nov. 0 • — (tP) — Cotton futures declined the iull $1 Oa bale limit here today under heavy long liquidation, hedge selling and selling in sympathy with weakness in other markets. The. ions at ihe close was weak. Dec high 31.79 — low 29.85 — close 29.85A I Men high 31. 3G — low 29.47 — close 29.47A May high 31.02 — low 29.0 2 — close 29.02 Jly high 29.96 — low 27.96 — close feSCAPE Chicago, Oct. 30 »-(/P) — Frank Grochel, 45, n metallurgist, yesterday was granted a divorce from his wife, Jane, 40, after he told Circuit Judge Leonard C. Held she often had beaten him with a nailed stick. "Then why are you willing to agree to n $40,000 properly settlement?" Judge Held asked Grochel, "I'd rather give her everything I've got than take a daily beating," he replied. The court approved the arrangement. •o———— Canada has coastline. 24,300 miles of 27.90A Oct high 26.95 — low 25.01 — close 25.01 which made the exchange's xicker late for a few minutes, extended losses to as much as 7 points. The list steadied somewhat at ihe IS EPILEPSY INRERiTED? WHAT CAUSES IT? A booVIet containing Ihe opinions of fa* mouj doctors on Ihis inlereslina subject will be sen! FREE, while they lost, to any reader writing to Ihe Educat'--"! Diwiion, close. Total transfers were more £35 Fifth Ave., NewYork, N.Y. Dept. L-131 RIALTO 3 Days • Begins Sun. Feature Black Beaut PLUS B CARTOONS ftjRKY Pie- . feed particles about this bi i «r-P«k?iw|th real egg-building ».,* ffe'^r^^^ Sr, tfa'SSS'Mfai tf 1 •r»^Sg l ? i UICK W- SggSi«rAr i Layersjpvejhem /$$)' because they're so appetiz^ Ing. 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Graves Sunday school class with a party at the recreational rooms of the First Methodist church at 7:30 Wednesday evening. All members 'arc urged to attend. rangemenls of broir/.e and yellow chrysanthemums and lighted yellow tapers. The guesls were met at the door by Miss Nannie Purkins who introduced them to the receiving line wliich included the honorees, the loslesses and Mrs. John Arnold. Others assisting were; Mrs. B. W. Edwards, Mrs. Syd McMiilh, Mrs. O. A. Graven, Mrs. L. W. Young, Mrs. Annie Unstick, Mrs. E W. Copeland, Mrs. Gib Lewis, Mrs. Ernest O'Neal, Mrs. C. V. Nunn, Mrs. R. T. White and Mrs. C. D. Lester. About a hundred guesis called during the appointed hours. Maine Owen Drowsier (R) was reelected to Senate In Maine's Sept. 10 election. Maine's three representatives, all Republicans were re-elected. Horace Hildreth (R> re-elected governor. Maryland , ,. Herbert R. O'Conor (D) leading in Senate race. Democrats won two House races with four other in doubt. Old House lineup: Democrats 5, Republicans 1. William Preston Lane Jr. (D) elected governor. Massachusetts Republicans gained a Senate Nevada ' . GGOI-KC W. Malonc fit) apparently elected to Senate, giving Republicans n gain of a Senate seat. Republicans also registered a louse gain by capturing Nevada s one House seal. Governor Vail ^illman (D) leading in his race or re-clocUon. New Hampshire The two House seals went Republicans as usual. Charles M. Dale (R) re-elected governor. M " Senate eleclion. Smith (R) ve seat when Henry Cabot Lodge Jr (R) defeated Senator David J Buy Your Blankets NOW! PLUNKE1T-JARREL GROCER CO. BLANKETS White sheet blankets. Size 70x95 2. Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan Double Blankets Large, double, cotton plaid blankets. 3,98 & 4.98 5% Wool Blankets 25% Wool Blankets Double blankets in bright plaids. Size 70x80. Double blankets that are 72x84. 4.98 5. North Elm Street Phone 524 50% WOOL BLANKETS Double or single blankets. 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Moore and Miss Martha Sue Moore who are leaving snmvfor their new home in Arka 1'or'tlic occasion the club house Was .attractively decorated with ar- Coming and Going Miss Elizabeth Wilson of Henderson State Teachers College. Arkadelphia will arrive Thursday afternoon to spend the week end with icr parent:;, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wil.son in Columbus and other relatives and friends here. Mrs. VV. W. McCrary and daughter Anne and son, Charlie of Lonoke, Arkansas will arrive Thursday afternoon for a week end visit wi'lh Mrs. McCrary's aunt, to IN 0 New Jersey H. Alexander governor. 'Columbian' Held for Inciting Riot r.ihenn mi nnmnfl cnvovnor. ami-Jcwisn troup, tjni "'__'•" ... Utah , _ Another Senate gain lor Iho He publicans as Arthur V. Walkms (ID apparently defeated Senator Abo Murdock (D). Democrats' efforts to rclnin Utah's two House seats wore still undecided. No gov-1 ernor elected this year. Vermont Gibson (R) named governor. . Byrd (D) ,,-el ected to — CIllllUVVVILJII 0 • •-• *"!' 1 .-!-- . . court here while ', a 17-year-old *» n. ^viuxiiiiuui OIIMLII \»-' •- jiun.y j. jjj>« i A Virii- iiirnori nvor to the ;Fullon couniy STM ^u^l^epu^ K^fT^n^uAe »r W^'on 10 .^^ of inciting cans and two Democrats. Alfred E. AH n j nc House seats remained to not. DOROTHY DIX Beauty and Marriage Driscoll (R) named governor. New Mexico Patrick J. Hurley (R) clung to Mrs. L. A. tives here. Foster and other rela- Charlio (Samboi Wilson will spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wilson in Columbus. RIALTO 3 Days • Begins Sun. PLUS B CARTOONS Births Mr and Mrs. Joe Jones announce the arrival of LI daughter, Jo Ann, Walsh ID). Republicans won t House seals and Democrats 4 will 1 contest undecided. Old House, lineup: Republicans 10, Dcm ° crats -I. Robert F. Bradford (R> knowked Maurice J. Tobin (D) out of the governorship. Michigan Arthur H. Vandenberg (R> re- elecled senator. Republicans cap- lured 9 House scats, Democrats 1, with 7 contest in doubt, old House lineup: Republicans 11, Democrats 0. Kim Siglcr (R) clcclcd governor. Minnesota Edward J. Thyc (R) named Sen- alor. No final rcsulls on nine Congressional races. Old House lineup; Republicans 7, Dcinocral- Famicr-Labor 2. Luther W. Youngdahl (R) elected governor. Misoissippi Theodore G. Bilbo (D l re-elected senator. The seven House seals Democrats as usual. slight lead over Senator Dennis Chavez (D) in the Senate race. Two Democrats leading in the contest to elect two Congrcssman-at- largc. Thomas J. Mabry (D) leading Ed Safford (R) for. .governor- I Dcmo'cralicV No gubernatorial race I The youth, J. H. Childers, was this year. held in $500 bond at a commitment " l hearing yesterday mg ship. Irving M. Ivcs (R) Washington in connection gained three House seats, electing persons and Neeroes,. five of Washington's six represent- The Columbians, > whose mem- DEAR DOROTHY DIX: fl) a woman of average looks be happy with a husband who is very handsome? <2) Do men admire other things besides beauty in a woman? (3) Even in the presence of several attractive women will a man continue to love his not so attractive wife? This discussion has been going on for quite some time with a lot of pros and cons, and we have finally decided to abide by your decision. FIVE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS ANSWER: (1) Whether a woman of average looks can be happy with a very handsome husband depends upon how much good, hard, common sense she has. If she recognize the fact that he married her for ther good qualities she possessed wandering husband to rtlurru DEAR MISS DIX: Even since my husband and' I have been married there have always been quarrels and fights between us. The reason for this is because he is jealous of me and I am jealous of him. Will we ever be able to make a go of our marriage? ANSWER: Not unless you quit be ng jcalous.of each other. There can never be any happiness between a lusband and wife who do not trust each other and who -arc continually accusing 'each other of being unfaithful. Jealously will wreck any marri won the j j v inf., *>* • ...vi. ,-_, .. r-i • Senate race, giving iho Republicans another Senate seat they didn't have before. The Republicans also gained six House seals. They elected 28 representatives, 1he Democrats 1G, and-American Labor parly 1. ThomaS'.E. Dewcy (R) was re-cleclcd governor. North Carolina The 12 House scats w^iit to Democrats as before. No elections ior senator or governor this year. TI< o _. (R) i ve-clcclcd to "Senate. Republicans . retained Ihc slalc's two House seals. Fred G. Aandahl (R) rc-clec,ted governor. Ohio UVt! Ul VV UalllllULUii n £>!.•. .-. 1-^*1 w~«-.. - J.HV. w.v....~ T atives instead of only two as be- bors have been directed, to show lore. No governor elected this year, cause by Nov. 15 why their cnarlei West Virginia should not be revoked. Harlcy Kilgore (D) apparently in ordering civil piocccdings re-elected to Sen/lie. Each party against the group, Gpv. Ellis Ain- hacl taken onc House scat with all charged it was similar to the four contests undecided. Old House Ku Klux Klan and conspired to lineup: Democrats f>, Republicans "beat and terrorize' citizens. Re- 1 No governor elected this year, vocation of the Klan's charter also Wisconsin is being sought by Arnall. North Dakota William Langer VVIbUUMSIII I J^ w-it't, "~"d -.« •„„, Joseph R. McCarthy (R) elected Homer L. Loomis, Jr., organize! senator giving Republicans an nd- of the group, helped direct the dc- ditional scat. Republicans also fensc of Childers in police court gained in House, capturing nine Earlier in the. day he declared the seals with onc contest in cloubt. move to revoke iho Columbians Old lineup: Republicans 7, Demo- charter would serve finly to.maKO crats 2. Progressive 1. Walter S. our people more interested, m ou oodland (R) re-elected governor, program." Quickly Relieves Distress of Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. Try it! You'll like itl Follow directions in package. ¥ICKS YA-IM-NOL No election for governor. ] Missouri Republicans gained in Senate when James P. Kern beat the Democratic incumbent Frank 1 . Briggs. Republicans won G House scats and Democrats 3, with 4 contests in doubt. Old House lineup: Democrats 7, Republicans 0. No election 'or governor. Montana Late returns indicated Republicans picked up a Senate scat by electing Zalcs N. Ecton. The House lineup stayed the same, onc Republican and one Democrat. No governor elected this year. Nebraska Hugh Butler (Ri re-elected Senate. Republicans retained Re- to the state's four House seals. Val Peterson (R )named governor. born Sunday, November 3, Josephine Hospital. at tor James W. HuffmarftD). publicans gained in House, winning 18 scats to the Democrats' 1. with 4 races still in doubt. Old House lineup; Republicans 16, Democrats G. Thomas J. Herbert (R) knocked the Democrats out of the governorship. Oklahoma Democrats look 5 House scats and Republicans 2, with one race 'undecided. Old House lineup; Democrats G, Republicans 2. Turner (D) elected governor. No Senate eleclion Ihis year. Oregon Republicans regained Ihc state's four House seats. Earl Encll (R) olccion his year. rc-elcclcd governor. No Senate election this year. Pennsylvania Edward Martin Said the judge; shows that Wyoming Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D) parcntly re-elected senator, publicans appeared to^have tainccl nal change.' >ur excus not alway in governorship race. —o fine will be $5 — PROOF Portland, Ore., nd not because her face was her ortune, she can be happy. But if he is going to be jealous of every voman he speaks lo and thinks that very woman is pursuing him, she will be miserable herself and make lim miserable. (2) Certainly .... or many things besides beatay-^'As a matter of fact, although llTeyvJjro fess to be beauty - worsftippers when they come to pick oifli a wife .key seldom choose a living^pictuYe Look about you and you will sec that the average wife would neve liave taken a prize as Miss America. Prefer Other Virtues (3) If you think that beauty is the only attraction that women have for men you make a great mistake. Intelligence. A good disposition. A sense of humor. Being entertaining and amusing. A thousand things are more attractive to men than looks. It has been said .that a man may marry a beauty 1 and tire of her, but if he falls in love with a homely woman and age, hut I doubt if there is any cure for it, for the people who are afflicted with green eyes never see things as they are. They are always imagining things and they don't have to have any foundation to of upon. Unless you and your husband. have the strength of character to conquer your weakness, you will always be miserable. For you can always tear yourselves to tatters suspecting that your husband has affairs with other women, and he can return the compliment by thinking you are meeting some other man every timfyou go to the corner grocery. Oct. 31 — (fP) — Motorist Ernest Thompson can! thank the civic loyalty of Judge John Scabrook for saving him from a traffic fine. After a week of dark days and Polo is the "grandfather" golf, and cricket. of California has 76 junior colleges, heavy storms, Thompson i said, | more than any other stale. "The sun was so bright l' failed gave gain the by that stitch in time! ME (R) Republicans a Senate beating Senator Joseph F. ouffcy D). The Republicans won 28 of the state's 33 House scats, n gain of nine. James Duff (R) naved governor. Rhode Island J Howard McGralh (D) elected to Senate. The two House seats remained Democratic. John O Pastore (D) re-elected governor. South Carolina Democrats v captured the six House seats as usual. J. Strom Thurmond (D) elected 'governor. No election for senator. South Dakota The two House scats remained Republican. George T. Mickelson (R) elected governor, no senatoi elected this year. Tennessee K. D. McKcllar (Di re-elected lo Sonalc. Democrats retained their eight House seats and Republicans kept their two House seats. Jim Nance McCord CD) re-elected governor. Texas Tom Connally (D) rc-lecled to Senate. Ail 01 me 21 House seats stayed in the Democratic iold. Beauford H. Jester tDj was elected <R&w (Ru&Ji&an Red McFan hopped off the bus and snapped his hand lo the brim ol his slouched pilot's cap in a smart salute to the grinning driver before he started, up the street. A few yards ahead he could see he modernistic office building of he Condon Varnish plant standing out like a sore thumb in the grimy in ^ St chuckeled < : t -remembering the first lime he had seen me place and how awed he had been then by that front expans of gleaming chio mium and heavy j plate glass... A gawky red - headed kid fresh ou o high school and looking for hi first fob he'd been. Shaking m hi shoes as he had sidled up to. h gatehouse and asked to see boss." marries her" he never tires of her. DEAR DOROTHY DIX: My husband and I have been married for five years and have two little boys. We have gotten along pretty well together, although two years ago he became involved with another woman. I forgave him' for that and we decided to get a new start. But now he tells me he wants me to leave him for a few months because he is tired of living with his family. He says that if he feels he wants us back again he wil send for us.. What shall I do about (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) o KILLED ACCIDENTALLY El Dorado, Nov. G — «P)—New- Ion Karve Pagan, 59, of Strong was shot and killed accidentally .while on a hunting trip near Lake Village yesterday. He apparently was gel- ting out of his automobile when his shotgun was discharged. Pagan was a lifelong resident of Strong. Copyright, 1946,1 !.f NEA Scrvico- Lnc- itina odors that filled the air. neio hoe] . and tnat ne w ju never be any s finers in white lao rn and nd there busy fingers in oats bent over the . tables. th EASY LOVE OR QUICK DEATH ... by the drop of an eyelid! Cupr. 1'JIG, i;nsi)Ino. It's important right now as never before to get your car properly protected for winter driving. Good care Una Fall may be the "stitch in time" that decides whether your car lasts until you can get a new one. You know yourself how old it is. You know how hard you drove it this past summer. With new car production still short ot demand, it's just common sense to do what you can to rr^ FRESH ESSO MOTOR OIL. It's extra tough 1'or engine proU-c- V\ lion.. .extrafree-flowing forquickBUirlamcold weather. EXPERT CHASSIS LUBRICATION. You need fresh greaae of the correct grade properly applied at every lubrication point from front to rear. Let your Esso Dealer do it now. BATTERY CHECK-UP. Cold weather starting calls for a full- powered battery! Don't let yours let you down. Aow s the time to test and inspect it; recharge it needed. RADIATOR CARE. Don't let a surprise cold-snap lay your car up for repairs. Have your radiator flushed, checked for leaks, your anil-freeze put in now! TIRE INSPECTION. Now's the sensible time to replace smooth ones with new, deep-tread ATLAS lircs Jor safer winter driving. They're still short so act soon! save that cw.'See your neighborhood Esso Dealer today Por qujck starts j n co |d weather! and regularly! Use Ksso Gasoline and Ksso Motor Oil. This famous oil is extra, tough-bodied for engine flowing to help cold engines turn over fast. Winter Esso Gasoline;;, too, are specially refined to give quick-starting, fast warm-up. Start your car care today—at the red- white-and-blue sign of Happy Motoring! V Esso PLUS.... YEARS OUTSTANDING FOOTBALL SHORT "Footbal! Fanfare" He headed for the gatehouse now again. But this time his walk helc a bit of a swagger and his ches swelled out tightening his close fitted officer's tunic and bulging n to prominence the double row o combat ribbons above the pilot wings on his left breast. He was in the gatehouse door b fore Heinle, the day guard, sa and recognized him and.then Hen io's nock - marked face lit ». like a sunrise. He grabbed one Red's hands and thumped him o the back with a wallop that lei Red breathless and roared: Reel McFan, you good - for - nothing bU He held Red off a minute and looked at him, the smile fading his rotund utch face. "It's good to sec you Red. It's been a long lime DISTRESSED WIFE . . „„-.,. i ANSWER: What can you do, ex usly he pushed open a dpoi mails.- t let him , But dolVt glve d "Laboratory" and walked into a ^ rajn check Tell him lhat g room. For a moment his eyes ove along the rows of tables clut- ered with chemical apparatus, and c sniffed nostalgically the """«""' it" n\trtG **« *,/ ,- . - ment ms eyes, .j. he leaves you an d the children, of tab es ciux- ghilt f(n . yoursc i ves that he can't Just face U)o fact lnat he is a . lao gO od to you and the children, and iru - tna t you will have to make your UUL3 UV-Hi. w v *-* <•• •>- t ------ t Uia.1 VUU Will llaVC IU inarvt ,7 *ji-*i irst one Red recognized was Men- lifc Qver The t . time husbands el, the head chemist.. ' Red walked over to him and _slap,e him on his shoulder, ooked up and yelled Red s the next moment a whole gioup of workers bore own on him iney nimped his hand and slapped his shoulders. Red laughed and called j each one by name. But it was old Coons, long ago dubbed The Professor because he was so absent - minded, who remembered .Red's wound and asked a "Didn't amount to that," Red said and snapped his fingers. ., are a curse to their wives. A smart iwr nrioi woman realizes that, and' she does,Mendel| not let u ruin her j ife waiting and hoping and praying for her Relief At last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly be- We heard you got the DFC for cause it goes right to the seat of the it," Mendel said. 'Yeah," Red grinned. He trouble to help loosen and expel felt germ laden phlegm, and aid nature their looks travel over the ribbons to soothe and heal raw, tender, in,'._-. < flomoH iirnnnViinl miir.nus mem- on his chest. flamed bronchial mucous mem boy a long time. But solemnity was as foreign to Heinic Miller as a salmon is to mid die western rivers. The look was gone in a minute and he was Wounding Red hard on the muscle of his riaht arm with a huge fist and de- 1 .o . «•*» ,..._i_. *u.,< 4Krt Armv claring profanely that the had made a man of him. "Yes, sir Army U 11 mil *-"• "••'" 11..*, =..- -a man. Feel that arm. Hcinie roared with laughter. And Ihe first lime you came in here you were just a spindly kid." Red laughed, loo. 'Oh, not so little, Hcinie. I was six feet. You had me scared - that was all He let out his breath. Boy, the> sure had had him scared, no fool ing What a dog's life they had Ice him for the first two weeks he d worked there. Even Mendel, the sedate head chemist in the laboi aloy, where Red had gone lo worl as a' helper had found Ihc new red headed kid fair bait. Sending hm out to the gatehouse to get a rush cd express package of H2O Iron Hcinie, and Heinic filling a ^mill. bottle full of water and handmfi it to him saying he'd better .not spill iv of it for it was expensive stuff. How red his face had been. Red "Tell us about it," someone said, branes. Tell your druggist to sell you That was Barney, assistant to the B bottle of Creomulsion with the un- head chemist Barney would have derstanding you must like the way it been in the war if it hadn't been quickly allays the cough or you we for his bad eyes. He squinted at tohayeyour money back. Red now through thick glasses. Red needed no second urging. Oh, I caught a piece of flak here f or C ou2 hs,ChestCo!ds,BronchltlS n lifted one leg and indicated a ' ilacc just above the back of one nee. '"It came up .through the scat f my plane and got me there. ' "Sort of a hot seat, wasn t it, Red?" someone quipped. "Yeah, you might have called il hat" Red went on, 'It hurt like he devil, but it made me mad, too. So I fixed up a tourniquet and kept going. Drooped my bombs right on one of Jerry's amunition dumps and then went down and straffed a gun crew. Laid three men out before I finished. Then I turned around and went back. They kept mo in the hospital four weeks. 'Oh -h-h-h—." The voice this time was feminine. 1 All DEALER The Sign ol "Happy Motoring" STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW Jb'RSEY J ^ Willis' Station & Tire Shop Phone 706 G. J. Willis Third & Hazel St6. Hope, Ark. TARPLEY'S ESSO SERVICE Conveniently Located Third and Laurel Sis. Reliable Service Hope, Ark. Reasonable Prices Telephone 777 Taylors Esso Service Station Perry Taylor Telephone 187 Third & Hervey St>. Hope, Ark. If It's Happy Motoring You Want, See Of* " Double Feature "Our Hearts Were Growing Up - 2nd HIT "Masquerade in Mexico" any us his carroty hair. Not that Red minded now. the horse play had been in lun. They were all good guvs, they d been sorry to see him go and thc> •ould be plad to see him back. Al- losl as glad as he was to get a ' C Goim> in to sec the Old Man?" icinie asked jei'kinji his head to- vaid the office building . trom vhat I hear you're thcjair - ruiu- ed bov with him now. . -Later," Red said. Til sec him and Russ.' It was another of the sharp cham. os war had brought into his that he spoke now familiarly Arthur Condon's son. In the days he had only known Kuss .is a college kid who occasionally drove up to the front office in a flashy convertible. Now the thought of him focused a nagging worry m the back of Red's mind. There was something he wanted know, but he was afraid ol > answer. He evaded it for the Red turned and looked at the speaker, a tall dark - haired gain a bulky lab coat that tried but didn't quite succeed in disguising her femininity. There had been no women in Ihe laboratory when Red went away to war. This was something new and he liked it. Ho grinned at the girl. . "What did you say, sister? She was staring at him. 'iou said —you killed three gunners. How do you feel when you know you've killed a man?" ' "How do you feel?" Red grunted. •Mostly you don't feel anything. Not after the first one, anyway. He laughed brutally. "Well, lhat's war," Mendel said with the easy philosophy of a man who's never been there. "Yeah," Red echoed and then lis mouth fell open. He had just re ognized the thin - faced young VISIT Hope's Exclusive Children's Shop Clothes for Infants — Toddlers — Children Gifts — Toys — Cards SUE and LEE Tots to Teens 223 S. Walnut Phone 949 Go on Ihe Streamlined • Air-Conditlon«3 Short Scenic Route Convenient Connection* For Information N •nd Reservation* Phone DEPOT TICKET OFFICE Tel. 196 liCc o old to the moment. . . "Think I'll drop into Ihc J-mmMl: ory first." he said finally. "Ihc old «a'ntr still there?" , _, "Oh sure. Mendel and old Coons and two or three other die-hards. All right, kid, get alon^ 1 » f ct> you later." And then as Red sUit- ccl out the door. "Be careful and don't bust the buttons off that fancy coat of vours." . Rod Hiinncd and thumbed his nose man who had come up to the ot the crowd around him. Jim Gary the kid who had come lo work here the same clay he had, Ihe kid he'd fought with half in fun and half in earnest, Ihc kid who had always been his rival in wheedling favors or pay raises from Mendel. Red's eyes lit with filee. He ycl- lod boisterously, "Well, say, you old crow bait. Guess you owe mo that dollar you bet. Jim. Remembci you snid I'd never make pilol rat ing. "He thumped the wings 01 his chest proudly. . And then he noticed Jim s plan civilian suit. There was no bronz button in the left buttonhole wher it should have been. Cauuht by his surprise Red blurt ed "Hells'bells, you never gol i at all . You've been back her all this lime holding down a nice soft job-" Jim Gary had started to pul out SILK FROM TOP TO TOE Afternoon Sheers af Ih"'old tormentor. He could take 'a ribbing us well as the in-xt one ! He walked across the dusty yard ..,.,,,„. „ ')„ th<< h kv|i«hlcd low huildine ihat What S connected the front uKire with the | manded t ; jiiiiiu fatlury building. Uiit-urcmuit his hand losvard Red. but now he pause uncertainly and a red flush crept over his white face. But it wasn't Jim's face that stopped Red's tongue. It was the sudden silence that had fallen on Ihe group. He saw old Coons who a moment before had been beaming give him now a disapproving look, and Barney was shaking his head as if lo signal him. and Mendel cleared his ilrront loudly. Somehow Red kne\\ he had pul'his fool in it. What gives anyway? he cle <~<-">uauti.u Now Available at WE OUTFIT THE FAMILY'

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