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5^^ kWMWM^";, ""^.Ti HOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS , Movernlbi?*' 27,1946 'Lewis, Union Continued from Page On« Lewis November 18. "K there ever *as a command {6 go back to Wtftk. this ofder * commands that vefy thing," JPnd- ' way declared. >v The government contends that * * the Norris»La Guardia act does not apply when the employer is the government as In the case of the coal mines. Padway, however, declared: ~- tf»l -maintalni-that public -policy is jas binding upon the government as it 'is upon the citizenry." "I get the" impression 'from the government's 'brief that everybody is bound by the declared public "policy except the government," he I/--. all- dti added. "There Is no exception in favor * of-the government. The claim that such an exception exists is a perversion of the law." jtAt one point, the judge inter- a«i» > y-Was* l ih'Congress when the act (Ndrris-LaGuardia) was" passed." jT" * ^, "^ X ;•"-•-— .- •' , * ihwnptjjr'lfitorts Ctttftii From ACHING CHEST COLDS know," the APL attor- "1 believe you voted i'or The jurist nodded assent. He :"or- merly was a niember ot Congress 'Yes. ney said, the bill." from Maryland. It was P^dway's first appearance in the case, which promised to develop into an historic legal battle affecting broad principles of labor policy. after preliminary motions. - The trial began promptly at 10 a. m. (EST) On arriving in the courtroom at 9:49 a. m.. Lewis stopped inside the door and deposited his coat, cane and big black hat on a window ledge. The president of 400,000 United Mine workers who quit the pits after Lewis notified Secretary of Lewis conferred with Padway at Interior J A Kriig on Nov. 15 that United Mine Workers headquarters a half hour before he was -due in court. The mine workers leader asked reporters to leave the lobby of the union building so he and Padway could talk privately. Fresh legal complications threatening Lewis were averted temporarily when a Virginia official who sought to serve him with a complaint at his nearby Alexandria, Va.. home was told the mine chieftain had spent the night elsewhere. J. F. Moriarty. deputy city sergeant at. Alexandria, held a summons charging Lewis with violating the Virginia selling union "Blue Sky" law by memberships. The their working contract with the government was 20 discussed 'terminated' 'on Nov. with nides briefly summons sought to have Lewis appear Monday before 'the Virginia State Corporation commission, to show why he should not be enjoined from such sales. As government economists reported that a 90-day shutdown in the coal fields woul be "catastroph- is" to the nation, Lewis arrived in the Washington courtroom accompanied by two auto doars of attorneys and advisers . A panel of prospective jurors to "advise" Federal Judge T. Alan Goldsborough was waiting when he arrived. Selection of the advisory jury was the first order of business f \'A Hope Star Ster of Hope 18«9j 1>f4« 1*17, Contolldatcd January II. 192* Published every weekday dfternooh fay STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woihburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hep-. A.--T We Cordially Invite You To have an Old Fashioned THANKSGIVING "1DINNER * :' V* ~^> Witrvus Thanksgiving BARLOW where he would sit. Then he sank slowly into a chair behind eight union lawyers. His unsmiling profile was to Ihe spectators. If convicted of contempt : r or ignoring Judge Goldsborough's order of Nov. 18 that he withdraw the contract cancellation notice. Lewis faces a possible jail -term and :'ines which could bite deeply into his own pocket and the union's :?13.500.000 treasury. Judge Goldsborough announced at the outset he w:is considering giving the jury Hill power to acquit or convict Lewis of the contempt charge. The judge disclosed also that the UMW president yesterday iiled a motion asking the court to dismiss its contempt citation, which was issued against him last Thursday. William S. Hennessy, deputy U. S. marshal!, told reporters that two panels of 23 jurors each had been brought in to the court. Ven- lermen from nine other federal panels were available for call, he added, in event the necesary twelve were -not drawn from the first two groups. All of the panels had been previously sworn in for federal court duty, both civil and criminal. ne section of the small courtroom—which seats only 150 people — was assigned to the prospective jurors, and the other to attorneys not -connected with the case and to the press. Only twelve spectators got seats. leaving a crowd of more than 100 clamoring outside the main door. As trail dav arrived for the bulky miners' leader, an official acquainted with the government's preparations said a corps of economists has compiled data on the ominous probable impact of the strike on post war recovery. The "catastrophic" prediction was in this material, but it may be next week before it is brought out in a trial which may extend for days, or even weeks. The first business was the selection of an advisory jury io sit with Federal District Judge T. Alan Goldsborough in the case. - 0-= DILEMMA __ Salt Lake City rNov7 2?'— (P) — Mr. and Mrs. Hilton L. Carside Alex. H. Woshbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Joncj, Managing Editor Gtorge W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Jtsi M. Davis, Advertising Manager Emma G. Thomas, Cashier Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hopo, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3. 1897. (AP)--Meons Associated Press. (N£A!—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rnles: (Always Payable In Advance): Oy city carrier per week 20c; cer month 83c. Mail rates—in Hemp- stecd, Nevada, Howard, Miller and UiFayetto counties, $4.50 per year; else rfhcre 58.50. Notional Advertising Representative — Arkansas Doilies. Inc.; Memphis Term., iterick Build,ng, Chicago, 400 Notrh Mich- Wan Avenuo; Nev forK City, 292 Madison Ave.: Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.: Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg.- New Orleans. 722 Union St. Member of Tho Associated Pr«s: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches cn-dited to i'. or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local tews published herein. Dizzy Football Season Wil! By CARL BELU Associated Press Sports Writer Thursday, offering a pair of tra ditional Turkey Day battles, wi mark the beginning of the end o one of the dizziest iootball cam paigns of all in the Southwest Con ference. Tulsa Given Slight Edge Over Arkansas By HAROLD CLAASSEN New Xork, Nov. 27 — (/TV-Grabing tl\d'prass ring for :\ iiiiiil ilin^ t predicting the outcome of the eek's major college football ames. Army over Navy: Saturday's (niggle at Philadelphia will be The nal appearance in Cadet /ootball ogs of Gleen Davis, Felix (Doc> "tlanclinrd and six other starting lembers of the wondrous Army leven that started a victory string i September of 1944. Army. Pennsylvania over Cornell: The ip-stale, Now Yorkrrs need a numph.on Thanksgiving Day to vin the Ivy League laurels as a going away gift to (heir coach. Ed VlnKcever. The Quakers, humiliat- •>d by Army 10 days ago, won't let hem. Pennsylvania. Notre Dame over Southern Caliornia: .This game revives a prc- var feature and Southern California will be regretting Saturday that t didnlt .wait a year longer. Notre ame. Georgia over Georgia Tech :Thc fech eleven is the surprise team of the Southeast Conference. Sat- irdny afternoon it is most Hkely io be the. • most surprised eleven. Georgia. Dividing the remainder of the week's program by dates: Thursday Kansas over Missouri: Kansas hasn't been on a par with Missouri since the days before the New- Deal — but the Republicans got back in to Congress, -didn't they? Kanas. Tulsa over Arkansas: Arkansas has its bowl assignment and Tulsa still is hopeful. That gives the menial edge to Tulsa. Also the l>nII game. The remainder of the gan'.es in a hurry: Wake Forest over South Carolina, VPt over VMI, Texas over Texas A. it M,. St. Louis over Bradley Tech. Saturday Alabama over Mississippi Slate, Tennessee over Vanclerbilt, Boston i College over Holy Cross, North (Carolina over Virginia, Louisiana State over Tulane. Florida ovci Auburn. .Arizona over Kansas Slate. Rice over Baylor. Oregon State over Washington, Oklahoma over Oklahoma A. & M., Texas, Christian over Southern Method ist. UCLA over Nebraska. FIGHT MISERY •where you feel it-rub throat, chest and back with time-tested Farmers account for ton per :ent ot the U. S. national Income n peace time. Some veterans nre seeking to buy surplus mine detectors to aid In a soarch for buried pirate gold. Wednesday, November 27,1946 MOM STAR* HOPE, ARKANSAS MEALS TASTE BETTER BLUE RIBBON BREAD AT YOUR GROCERS and T Y R A K F I I I D M I\ B- Social ana P< ana r erton* Phone 7M Between • •• m, and 4 p. m. DOROTHY DIX Nuptials Worth Trying i Social Calendar Mbnday, December 2 Circle No. 3 of the W.S.C.S. of 'tho First Methodist church will meet Monday at one o'clock nl the home of Mrs. O. A. Graves for a pot luck luncheon. All incm- .bers urc urged to nllcnd. tween Ounchila and Henderson Stntc Teachers College. Mr, and Mi\s-. Robert Wilson have returned from a visit with heir daughter, Miss Mnry Wils&i n Dallas, Texas. have this problem fore 'Saturday: Should they have to decide be- one birthday cake with enough candles to cover everybody or should they have three separate cakes? Three of their four .children have birthday anniversaries the same day. Billy Carside was born Nov. 30, 1941. Bobby Carside arrived the following year on the same date and Bonita joined the family last year on Nov. • 30.- '•'•'•• " -Brent Carside' was. 'different .He arrived in 1944 — on Mother's Day. o — ------. Hugenot refugees in the Seventeenth Century are credited-^with makih'g'irhportant improvements in th. Irish . linen ; industry. And, appropriately enough, least a share of every spot in Hi standings will be at stake in thi final week's contests. The Thanksgiving program ha Arkansas, .already through with conference scrapping and assure of at least a co-championship an a Cotton Bowl date, at Tulsa j'or brawl with the tough Golden Hu ricane, and the Texas Aggies at Austin to meet Texas University. The Aggie-Longhorn duel, which earlier this year was considered likely to be a title-deciding game, will be for third place in the final standings. Two tilts are carded i'or Saturday. Rice will sail into Baylor at Houston. H the powerful Owls can subdue the last place Bears as ex- put it. Jrf, line for a sixth straight jowl invitation. WittV a perfect batting average last Week and an ,800-plus mark for the. season, here arc our final 1946 potshots: Arkansas over Tulsa — It'll have to bo a ^squeeze play and the Rnz- orbacks "will have to be at their best. This, corner thinks Coach John Barnhili;.'and his Porkers have taken the necessary precautions against a letdown. Arkansas h;is a pretty good "T" defense, too. Texas;|over A. & M. —Tho Longhorns, truly a great offensive combine, have had enough upsets ior one senson. Riceiftyer Baylor — Jess Ncely's Owls vrasi't niiss .this chance. Texa^jfChristian over SMU —The Frogs'lfijjve' improved immensley, while. .-wiSiMU, potentially belcr, can't seem to find the right com- binatipv£\ Enjoy Food at It's Best---at the Diamond Thanksgiving pected, a first-place tie with Arkansas will be their reward. j'ifth place will be at stake at Dallas when Texas Christian Southern Methodist come io blows. TCU currently holds that position but will have to share it with the Mustangs if the latter team wins Saturdav. The Arkansas-Tulsa tiff will be n renewal 6f an ancient rivalry o •which the Hurricane has been get ting the better i?nd in recent years The Razorbacks haven't won over Tulsa since 1941. While they'll be seeking revenge :tor some lopsidec wallopings, the Hurricane 'will be striving for. a victory which, woulc Still hunting values? 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Archer, Sr, entertained with n masquerade dance on Monday evening at Motel Barlow for the pleasure of their daughter, Miss Norma Jean who was celebrating her seventh birthday anniversary. About 4, r > gucslrt enjoyed games and dancing until n late hour. Miss Elizabeth McConuell and Jack Bell were awarded prizes for Ihcii costumes. Delightful refreshments were served throughout the even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Archer were as sislcd in caring for the guests, by Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Archer, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hous- i ton. Mrs. Catherine Wells who has )een visiting her sister, Mrs. E. G. Coop and other relatives here rcTurncd to' "nor,; Home Mope, Michigan. In has Port I DEAR DOROTHY DIX: I am a man of 35, very lonely, very much in love with a nice girl, but when 1 talk about marrying her all of my married men friends advise against it. They say if they were single once more nothing could induce them to marry, ns they wouldn't have to work so hard and could [have much belter times. What is your advlcc?HAnRY T . John P. Stanford of Louisiana Stule University has arrived to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with his mother, Mrs. Juan a |-7--,Stanford and other relatives and f'"^' ANSWER: If you arc In love with a nice girl and she loves you, I say on with the marriage. Let the wedding bells ring oul and don't listen Io the croakers who tell you that you will be happier " ' I't Irue. Man was not friends hprc. 'loivc alon ™d he U Miss June Galloway of Longview, Texas is the houscguciil of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Greene for the Thanksgiving holidays.' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Toland have returned from a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Joe Kesscr and Mr Kesscr and baby in Columbia, Pa.. ,ter off even if he is married to a woman who doesn't come up to all the specifications of H perfect wife than he is as a bachelor. Why, it is better even to have somebody I to fight with than it is to be by And don't believe that you will have more money to spend H you remain single. You won't. As long as you have no wife and children of your own to support, every bor- ower you know and all of your elaltves will-have their fingers in 'our pockets.. As a final proof that your ricnds don't mean what they say bout their adversion to matrimony ook what happens to practically very widower. Does he cherish his reedom and cling to it with both ands? Not much. As a genera hing, by the time a decent pcnoc f mourning is over he is ready nd willing to stick his head in the matrimonial ncose again. So there you are. The ma'rriage state isn't perfect any more thar anything else on earth, but it i worth trying once, anyhow. Coming and Gotng Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Armi lagc will spend Thursday in Arka dciphia with Mrs. Armitagc's bro ther, Dr. Joe W. Reid and Mrs Reid and will sec the game be Dr. Fred M. Brigfis of Davis, California has arrived for a visit with his mother. Mrs. J. K. Briggs and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. (Bob) Rich arcls will have as Thanksgiving TOMATO JUICE COCKTAIL Choice of meat: Baked Turkey & Choice Roast Beef CRANBERRY SAUCE Vegetables: '.;•;. • SNOVVWHIP POTATOES '•''• MACARONI and MUSHROOM CASAROLE . . BUTTERED PEAS' CELERY CURLS .. 'SPICED WHOLE PICKLE PEACH SWEET-and MIXED PICKLE : RIPE and STUFFED OLIVES -. : . " ' ' FRESH RADISHES "' HOT FRENCH-ROLLS ,* COFFEE MILK Choice: Aline's Homemade PUMPKIN or MINCE PIE $1.00 Our kitchen is open for your inspection h-oni being lonely. Of course, here are a lot of pes simistic husbands, just as there arc a lot of pessimistic bankers and grocers and doctors and law yers. Nearly every man you mcc makes of himself a sort of humai red light signal and warns you no to do as he has doen. Wife Is Aid To Success Your friends tell you that yo will have to work harder after yo are married than before. Doublles that is true. But suppose you do What of it? There is no fatal ob jcction to a man who is a go - go tor and filled with energy and am bition. Moreover, a wife is a firs aid to success. Very few men get anywhere until after they are married. Texas Leads Southwest in Offense the Dallas, Tex., Nov. 27 — (/P) Although they failed to win ... outhwcsl Conference ioolbal] hampionship as they were iavorcd o do, the Texas Longhorns appear to be a load pipe cinch io walk off with the circuit's often iVe honors. The Steers have led all season n the total offense department ant oday have a nine-game total o %012 yards. Their nearest rival i "Colorado Springs," Janice ex- ained. "Russel and I are staying t one of the hotels here. And the jr is about repaired. As soon as ou'rc able to travel, we'll all go ome." Red moved his head in assent nd smiled rather foolishly. Janice had a mischievous streak. he could not risk baiting him a tile. "By the way," she said gaily You've been holding out on us. Who is this Liz you've been calling or?" Rice, with 2,SOB. Rice, however, has displace! DEAR MISS DIX: My boy fricn ives in another stalo. He write no nice letters except in place hey are mushy. In all of his re cent letters he asks me if I lov ilm. What should I write back t him? Should I ignore the questio and the other lovey - dovey quo. lions? I am only 14, much too young to really love a boy. TEEN ACER ANSWER: If you feel that you must answer the boy's question, tell him flatly that you are not in love with him nor any other boy, and that you are not going to think, about being in love until you are grown up. Don't ever write any boy that you are in love with him, until you are engaged to him, because boys show letters around to prpve what \volves they are and the Longhorns as rushing leaders The Owls' 231 yards on che grounc against Texas Christian last wee gave them a total of 1,882 yards Texas still leads in passin gains with 1,435 yards. The Arkansas Razorbacks, Wh have sewed up at least a co-cham Red's face was dyed with a quick ush of blood. He glanced guiltily t Russel. But it was evident, even o his befuddled brain, that neither iussel nor Janice had the least nkling as to who Liz was. they had never heard him call Elise Varney by the nickname she des jised. With relief he mumbled, "Liz— oh, she was a girl I knew a long time ago. A long time ago!" He lay thinking things over after Janice and Russel had left him. So he had called for Liz, had he, in his delirium? IJI U V C.WllciL vywivviis \.ti\,j v«*^- »• • •that'.puts girls in a very ombaras sing'posilion.' M bive YOUR CHILDREN Gifts of Distinction Your children are your most precious heritage. Nothing is too good for them. Help them to appreciate the finer things in life by giving them ARS SOCRA PICTURES DOLLS - TOYS - ANIMALS GAMES - BOOKS - STATIONERY We gift wrap your gift packages. MISS HENRY' SHOP 112 S. Main guests, their daughters, Mrs. Arl Piekard of Eunice, New Mexico who arrived Saturday and Mrs. Jack Dempsey of Kansas City and Mrs. D. W. Rodgers of DcQuecn who will arrive Thursday and their son, Dennis Richards and Mrs. Richards and little daughter, Patty of Shreveport, Louisiana. The Richards will celebrate . their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday, November 29. Births Mr. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) plonship and will represent th conference in the Cotton Bow rank third in rushing with 1,17 yards and fourth in total offens with 1,717. The Porkers, who hav held opponents to 1,660 yards, at third in total defense, trailing Ric and Texas. Individual leaders, unchanged by | asl week's games, include: Rushing — Carl Russ, Rice, 576 yards in 123 carries, trailed by Ken Holland of Arkansas with 404 yards net on 108 carries; passing—Bobby Laync. Texas, completed 72 of 132 for 1,007 yards; total offense — Layne, 1,278 yards; punting— Bill Richards, Southern Methodist, 41.5-yard average on 54 punts; pass receiving — Jim Canady, Texas, caught 17 for 420 yards; scoring— Laync, 45 points; punt returns — Guess, Texas, 12 returns i'or 216 yards, average of 18. Red groped back In his mind trying to remember things in that delirium. He had thought he was flying, and that Elise was with him. He even remembered the touch of her hand on his hand, and the soft feel of it against his face. And he remembered the look in her eyes. Kindness, compassion and something more. Yes, there had been a great deal more in the eyes of Elise Varney when she had looked at him in his delirium. There had been love there — love for him. At that point, Red left off trying Republicans Readyto Pay for Campaign By JACK BELL Washington, Nov. 27 —(#•)— The Republican Nationa/ Committee probably will bo asked at its meeting here December 5 to O. K. the spending of nearly a million dollars to keep the GOP ball rolling in campaignless 1947. Committee officials said they expect a budget ranging from $800,000 to $1,000,000 to be laid before the party group .The idea Is to keej intact for the 1918 presidential drive the organization which participated in this year's sweeping Republican congressional victory. An outlay of this size would permit the group to continue uniter- ruptcd the flow of research material and political information it fed to GOP members of Congress and candidates this year. Well pleased with the results o: his month's balloting, committee members are expected to ask Na tional Chairman B. Carrol Reece to remain at the helm. If so, he is likely to continue in the post unti the Republican presidential nomi nee is chosen in the early sum mer of 1948. .Reece's staff, including Public ity Director William C. Murphy with Congress,, probably will be asked to stay om Republican leaders in Senate and Hpuse h,aVe assigned 'grpups to report legislative recommendations to party conferences Dederriber 30 when a .general program may t>e adopted. House "Republicans already are on record on several issues, including .lax reductions, budget cuts and a two-term limitation on the presidency., , , «., With the -Republicans moving for an early start on-'the 1948 race, Democrats"won't get into action until the latter, part of 'January. They expect to know then, more bout the health of National ,Chair •ian, Robert. jp., .Hannegan, two months' rest ordered. by lysicians. to retrace his delirium and faced old reality. Elise Varney's eye's lied with love for him! Wishful linking that was, of course. For he shoe was on the other foot. He still couldn't realize how it ad happened. He'd quarreled with ler from the first moment "—• met. He knew she despised met. He knew she despised » lm - Tmitv nf And yet, somehow, and in _spite of jm.ty of 311 ME fy fi&n* Copyright, . NEA Scrvica. . -Lkwu i was **^*t«o -— • ~ T ~" fog. Visibility was zero. He and circled but he oouldn t find and Mrs. Raymond Huelt f"d circled but ne couion L i.nu announce the arrival o£ a son, the landing field. He began to DC Michael Ray, born Tuesday, Nov- frightened. „•,•,.„ ,^, wasn ' t a . ember 26 at Julia Chester hospital. '-.'And then -suddenly. H wasn t a Mrs. Huett will be remembered lone in; the planes- Thew.was a gill as the former Miss Louise Colliqr. with him, a tall daikgf 1with Io\e 1 ly brown eyes. She smiled at mm. A wonderful smile. And then she wonr . peached out a slendefr.browiv hand with long crimson nails and laid it over one of his hands on the controls of the plane. *'• Red could teel the tender warmth of her hand against his. He made a quick movement, tried to bend over and kiss her hand as it lay there. But when he moved she lilt Phone 252 uxplaln* tills treatment— frit—at McCASKILL DRUG COMPANY BYER'S DRUG STORE :.'., John SI Gibson Drug CompanyMcCaskill: of evens the score, doesn't it'.' Russel grinned back at him, "Jus mutual benefit society, that hat we nre." / "But where am I?". Red wanle o know. JVJ AVI 4. bV«l,VJ. fT ilj JUI 1 I \^f AI.1.UJ. %i**J arid John A. Danaher, liaison ma The more he thought about it, th clearer the idea grew in his mine It was a simple, effective and :" nal solution. It would take him ou iof Russel's life and away from th from the suddenly dangerous prox ' Varney—and it a way, too, for him to he he on his •I drug it6i»i._»Y«ir«?!i««j-'' XVARD & SON, nvp with her ~ I Duiia his own life. Without nr ail ihr. V,ri7P idiolq he certain- from the Condons. Without v was tons After a? thef eirls he F° m anybody. The way a man y was tops._ After all the giris^e I IQ bulld hjs nfe r . drawing at the droD of his neither on friendship nor gratitude. .„._ 31 inC QlOp Ol lllb CT n Tin r^rtrTtimna/l 1 iat...lo pick on Elise Varney. (To Be Continued) And if her natural dislike was not barrier enough there was the fact that Russel was in love with her. Well, that was that. It was clearly un to him to do something—he didn't know what yet. But the sooner the belter. He lay there wrestling with his new problem, trying to figure out some way to resolve what had become and impossible situation. And at last he thought he saw a way. OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan. assures independent operatorstof home and auto stores unusual earnings. oh minimum investments. Franchise available lor. several cities in this area. For complete information write tor iwire:'. •"• , .',- • National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldfl. DALLAS, TEXAS , ', Happy holiday... have a Coke BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPAMY BY HOPE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. JUST RECEIVED BROWN and BLACK QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FreeBookTells of KomeTreatmentUwt Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing ivneru. ou\. wm=n »•>- •••«.-- :— Over two million bottles of thoWILLABD ed her hand and pressed it agams TKKATMJiNThavobcoiisoldforrollafof ms forehead. BymptomsofdlstressarlslnKfromStonweh "Lie still " she said. "Lie still. and Duodenal Ulcers due to Excel* AcH— ,, T . T \ 7 Liz" he said bro Poor Dieestlon, Sour or Up«t Stomach, . ^ Gasslne», Heartburn, Sleeplutncsi, «|e., Keniy. . duo to E««s» Add. Sold on IS days'trljili "Lie still," the girls soft voic Ask for "Wlllard't MMMB»" which fuUr said again and suddenly the to{ --•—»» " 'dissolved and Red wa.s. looking a the white walls of a small roo.rn He was in a high narrow bed an a girl he had never seen ' befoi was sitting beside him. and telling him to lie quietly. , • „ A girl he had never,seen before? Red's eyes narrowed with an effort of concentration. There was something familiar about her..the blue serene eyes and the dimple that came with her smile. Then he remembered. This as Janice Condon—Russel's sister. But what was she doing here with him? His eves opened wider and he turned his head and there was Russel on the other side of the bed grinning affectionately • at him. "What the h— " Red began profanely. "Take it easy, boy," Russel advised him. "You've just skipped a coiiole of days on the calendar.' Together they gave him the de tails' of the accident, and told a bout Janice flying out to see how badl,y they were hurt. "She wouldn't believe me whoi I told her you were too tough to be killed," Russel said. "Fraternity in Action" W \ us h COATS Sizes —14-52 Regular $22.50 Values FRIDAY and SATURDAY Close Out on Other Coats and Dresses Janice put in proudly "That isn' quite all, Red. Russel saved you life this time. The doctor says i he hadn't gotten you out from un der the car and put the tournique on your leg when he did, that yo would have bled to death." Red looked at Russel, "That so "... the touch of a vanished hand , . . the sound of a. voice that is still!" Thousands of wives, mothers and children oi .Woodmen will experience the joy of a "touch oi a vanished hand ... the sound of a voice that is still. Through Woodmen Memory Income Certificates, arranged by their departed husbands, sons or fathers, S loved Y ones will receive 15 annual $100 W^J at Christmas or some other special anniversary. With each payment will come a message expressing the. lo and best wishes of the departed Woodman; ^ fe, This is one of 18 standard types of legal reserve life insurance certificates the Woodmen Society provides members to build financial security and protec thefr loved ones. Meanwhile, Woodmen also share in the benefits derived from Woodcrafts' fraternal and social activities. v ... . . The sooner you star I, the more you'll benefit from ',' f Woodmen insurance protection and fraternal ^ I activities. See your local Woodmen representa- F live ... let him give you full information. WOODMEN T°H FE WORLD Life Insurance Society OMAHA, NEBRASKA "OUR ASSETS EXCEED $156,000,000 AT OUR THEATRE NOW LAUGHTER GETS AN ARMFUL... WHEN THIS PRIVATE SLEUTH CAPTURES A MAN-CRAZY GAL! tfL GUY J. DOWNING, Field Rep. 208 Bonner Street Hope, Arkansas KELLEY GRILL Storting El/a r?o *iii$ t*V**W ,..<K. Owen's 113 East Second Stores at Hope and Prescott . Store Phone 781 Enjoy a delicious THANKSGIVING DINNER 75c Baked Young Turkey With Dressing *•;'•••• with CRANBERRY SAUCE VEGETABLES BUTTERED PEAS STEWED CORN SNOWFLAKE POTATOES •< DRINK: MILK, TEA or COFFEE HOME MADE PUMPKIN PIE or ICE CREAM HOT BISCUITS JCelley Grill 118 West Third Street RAINES • CAMCITON wi ,K BRODERICK mstmsm .FEATURETTES \ NEWS • CARTOON — "SUDDEN FRIED CHICKEN" MUSICAL — "DOUBLE RHYTHM" • • • • DOORS OPEK THURSDAY 12:45 BOTH THEATRES NOW-TURKEY DAY MASTERF/ECE * QF SUSPENSE / 9 -.thru* ';? &tfcfiii4£t& tith • "^ Robert SHAyMr N ' W .-W FEATURETTES • OF THEE I SING— SKI ACES I,'

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