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Page Oldsmobiles on Display Here Oct. 3 H8M STAR, H 0 P I, ARKANS.AI , Safeter 3,19S§ Brattly Can Be Seen in Olds SceniCoupe detail's of lhe tnlnllv nru, J95S Oldsmobile \iiih biilluint di« lincHvp exterlof- nnd mlpilnr >-t\- iDifi nnd two UPW fahiily-si/pd imdv Styles, were announced tncHiv hv Jack F. \Volfrnm, Rpnoinl 111,111,1 ger of Oldsmobili? nfid n \ic-c PIP Sidelil of General Motors Wolft-firh stnled Ihnl the- lO.M) Oidsinobile will fentm-e inrrensod fcasSengef Slid lliggnge spnre. iwnl conipltfteJy new ahd mnrp cffirirnl j Hocket engines', more t esponsue, fru'cr steorinif, new An Si-imp brakes on- all four whpr-l.v nnd n host of other engineering nnd ur- cessofy ndvnncprnctits. "Oldsniobilc fot Htfil rppn^rnls ; the most aulstnnding product in ' Oldsinobile's history In styling quality nnd Valup." Wolfram' slut- 1 cd. "And out hv'o new Mnlidny hnrdtops inlrochiee an entirely different ti-end In pussenfier car r|p sign," he added, The Holiday Sport Sedan Is n Sporty four-door fntnily>size ear The two-door Jloliday SceniConpc lias an entirely new silhouettp, a snappy appearance and exception- fil visibility in all dire'clinns. The two flew stylos will be available throughout the Oldsitiobile line Tlie new Oldsmobile will be shown to the 1 public at E. F. Davis Co . on Oet'. 3. HIP flprf, (cim ht-aiily of Oltlsmobilc's ..'i'c.'. 1 ."''! 1 ,' :'!" k " ''"' 1!II5!) ilf nfWctti in (he super xs Holiday Scptnroiipii, () f,o of Oltlsntohlle's («<> rniirolt new lmd> slylus ill Hie llolidni inmlcK. I IK- lnr K o "Visla-hinoMinle" wlttdxhlelrl, afippiirf on nil three sefici. lins up | o n70 MJIIIHP Indies more inio i ho looflihp to acrn /iml ennlmtut mi iHuirnved vip\v of Irnffir sijflmk The p\trrt Irtfgt, ic-nr window mi (he Holiday StehiCoune vci Iti'eli into the rooflihe, ofTen'tig ufl* vlsibllily In bold tlirecllons, Indildctl the many tun* finfiHeeringr and accessoty fpiiiiia-s ii|i|)t'iirintt Ixttlt ns optional ami sianditfd {•iliiilihu'itf OH the IH.VJ models Ate "Air-Stoop" l»rril<r<i on all four \\ Iti-elf, impfoved ride chnfrtS len«iuc% («o ne\\- nowef , - o , more cflicli'ttt ventilating niul Itcntin* syslpms. Thp Rci-iiirniipe b«Hy stvlc nko is avail- itbk- in the Dyiinmle "88" and "98" series. Prescott News Jilios conloret l serving table College Girls . Speak Some Language By DOROTHY ROE jAsspolnted Press Women's Editor 7 From Brussels to Bombay and ' from Bangkok to HOUR KOIIR college girls speak the tamo language, says Betsy Talbol Blnck- l- well, NeW York maga/me editor just back from n (wo-ueck trip '• around the world. Sjf "At Sofia College in Bombay. Kappa Gamma Meets Upsilon Cii'imma llln mi inursuuy ilHt-*l"-l n it ' -.*•».. noon in the library of the'piemen-' f oll ° u ''»« HIP luncheon the pre . iV.. r;..,.i ,„..„! ' siclenl, Mrs. N R. Nelson, con- year Chapter Delta Kappa i Jilios conloret l ^e serving et tin Thursday after- covc ' recl wilh n P' cnic [l|oth e library of the 'piemen-' ^°" ow| nB HIP luncheon t larv biiildinK for the first meeting' s . inl1 Mrs ' N R> Nelsnn of the siM-on Coloiful fall flowers f uctcd l »e business The new .,.., ...... i ....... i ,. . ....i.. ... ,.r ;... ______ . i books were distri>bitipr! hv tlir Mrs. Ora Dild.v sided and navi .at Chlilnlongkorn University in Bangkok and at lhe International Christian University in Tokyo the > coeds knew all about /the" latest fashion trends from Paris, and were wildly interested in the question of the nc\v skirt length," says Mrs. Blackwcll. "Even in places where they wore native dress, they kept up to the minute on Western were placed at points of interest president, pro- report of the Kappa fiiimrna school she attended at Petit .lean this summer. Officers for the year of the chapter are president, Mrs. Ora Dildy; first vice president. Mrs. Louise Kobey; second vice president, M'rs. Theis McLelland; secretary, Mrs. Cieraldine Tippit; treasurer, Mrs. Martlia C'raifi; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Junnila Taylor; parliamentarian, Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Mrs. Louise Roboy. program chairman, introduced tM>. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas who Have a travelogue of i heir trip to Europe last slimmer The hostesses, Mrs. Flora Pearce Mrs. Rnht-y and Mrs. MoLelland served, cookies and cold drinks. , , fashions. Their next interests an- bc « nn lu> penred to be dates and careers.!,' 1 lullch ™» ' M Sounthern Pine Garden Club Meets Thursday The Southern 1 Pine Garden Club began the soasoji's activities with — books were distributed by Ihe program chairman, Mrs. Bill Gordon. Other members present were Mrs. Phillip Reginelli, Miss Elvisc Hudson, Mrs. Frank Gilbert, Mrs. D. L. Me Rao Jr. 'Mrs. H. J-I. Mc- Ken/.ie, Mrs. R. D. Rouse and Mrs. George Christopher JJV.I..VL. vw Uf UtllL'H tlMU C.U CIM S I ,. r-x T-.' in that o'rder. Just like Vassar or ! J,? mo ," r Ml l* D ' ln P'Umnn Jr. on Skldmore" Thursday Mis lorn Bemts was Skldmore.' t The globe-trotting Mrs Blackwell, editor in chief uf Madomoi .splle, slarled her recent break- ^ncek ex.cursion pfter .ittondme the fall openings in Paris and speaking to representatives of 4^ nations in the United States Pavilion * at'^the Brussels World's Fair. %"?'ln pvery country—Euiope. In' Orient—ghls are crowd- th6 colleges and universi- l ties, dead set on careers," she. said, "They are eager to got going in all the fields that American women have tackled, eve4i though they fare greater obstacles than i assisting hostess. A bowl of yellow mums and pine was placed in the bed room nnd ag arrtmgomcnl of spider •This new freedom for 'women all over the world has developed in most countries just since Iho our girls do, Western dress is the rule for coeds throughout most of the Orient, says Mrs. Blacwell, although in India some of the students wear the sari, and in Hong Kong the native Chinese Chung Sam dress — Iho tradition: 1 .! and •••beautiful Orion , . i lal sheath — is more usual. Mrs. Sharp Entertains 1950 Canasta Club 'Mrs. Mary Burke Shollon was an added guest when Mrs. E. M'. Sharp entertained the 1950 Canasta Club at her home on Friday afternoon. A lovely arrangement of roses centered the dining table and a ,bowl of spider lilies adorned the co'ffee -table. High score honors wore won by Mrs. J. V. Fore. Other members included Mrs. C. G. Gordon, Mrs. Homer Ward, Mrs. J. B. Hesterly, Mrs. Jim Yan- ccy, Mrs. W. P. Cummings and Mrs. Imon Gee. A sandwich and dessert course was served. the weekend guests of Iheir daugh- lor. Mrs- Bob Sloan and family in Jonesboro. Charles Yarbrough, student' at Centenary College, Shreveport, La. spent the weekend wilh his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob YarbroUgh. He has pledged Kappa Sig. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Dewoody and Lloyd Haynie spent Sunday in Camclen with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haynie. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dalrymple spent the weekend in Fayetteville with their son, Carl, U of A student, and saw the Ark-Tulsa football game. Mrs. C. D. M'cSwain has returned to El Dorado after a visit with Dr. nnd Mrs. O. G. Hirst. Miss Sue Martin Complimented Mrs. C, P. Arnold complimented Miss Sue M'artin with a birthday dinner at her home on Saturday evening. The honoree and guests, Miss 'Julia Logan. Mr*;, Tda Martin, Miss Frances Bailey, Mr*, Dan Pittman and Mrs, Hugh McDaniel were seated at the dining table laid with a white cut work cloth. A "-crystal bowl filled with spider lilies formed the centerpiece. Miss Martin was showered with lovely gifts after which boliviri^vas played. Mrs. Pittman won the high score prize. Miss Bailey the low prize and Miss Martin won the cut prize. Mrs. Guss McCaskill spent Friday and Saturday in Litlle Rock wilh Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robertson, Susan Rita and Bobby Guss. Mr. and Mrs. David Hanning of Arkadelphia were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thel! Hanning and Mr. and Mrs. Costing More to Borrow All the Time BV SAM bAWSON AE> Business News Analyst NEW VdflK fAt>)—Ifs costing more to borrow all the tirn^ tiearer monny IE returning with what might be called all deliber ate speed. Already there is talk of rhoH gage money gelling lighter fit i time when house .building is boom. ing again. ft costs businessmen more rio\\ to borrow from the bank to fi nanee the movement <-,f tho ct'opi or the production and slocking ci goods for the Christmas trade Of late every time the tf.S Treasury h,->s eo'ie to the money market it has had to pay a little more. And its trips will continue TS II finances the record peacetime deficit. Pear of inflation is Ihe bogey Hat causes the Federal Reserve Board to nudge interest rales lieher — although it claims It Is ollowlng rather than leading the trend. Fear of inflation also seems to motivate many of the borrowers who had held back during the recession and hesltnted for a time When the U.S. government secut-i- lies market was at its most con- 1 fused during the summer. Industry's trips to the money market are increasing now — before the costs get still higher. Few bankers doubt that further hikes in interest rotes are ahead They expect tighter money too — insofar as Federal Reserve drives against Inflation can offset the. boost to inflation given by Treasury deficit financing. The trend toward higher Interest started in the West nnd spread to the East. The San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank was the last to lower its discount rate in 3957 ancljhe first to raise it in 1953. Some fear that the rise in in- 1 tercst rales, and especially any MiM Ddfothy Martin, LHtla Rock, (joihfs to a map of AflcaniaS shawiftd »h« Jsvert S & H fedemphon tenters in the slafe, Tha Map is part of an exhibit at the AMcansas Livestock Exposition sponsored by the Sperfy and HufeMnSdtt Company. Arkansas farmers have a $900,000 ifalce in th» trading itarrtb industry. » """P. listening in the supply of credit, could chill the business recovery tusl as it is gelling under way. But most hold that confidence s running so high now that dearer money will affect it very llltte. The creeping rise in prices on many manufactured goods con- Unties—all the way from the price of the new cars to the price of some textiles. The stock market has shown the nost evident belierih.il mor* in- 'lalion is coming. Slock prices have been built up to record highs p'paretitly in this belief. The cost of short - term borrow- ng goes up week by week. The 'light from long-term bonds with ixed interest rates has be^ri narked. Where Ihe money mar Clifton Yaneey. Mr. and iM'rs. John Htibbard had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Iri Hu.tfbard and John Dwaine of Many, La. Judge Indicted in Right of Way Issue LITTLE ROCK (APi— A federal grand jury has indicted Cleveland County Judge Ila F. Hughes and another man in connection with a highway right-of-way mailer They were among 82 persons indicted by the jury at Little Rock yesterday. Others indicted included Andrew J. Florida and his brother George, narKeci. wnero the money mar- prominent Osceola businessmen, -et will level off is still to be 1 The y were indicted for income tax „ ntJnoirtM seen AQUAMARINE evasion. Judge Hughes and J. L. Harris of Kingslan in Cleveland Counly weijev indicted for allegedly malt »^- i ,*-' jjjwji^n^u -lut cj jji.'gtruj,)' llial\- CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. f/f>) ing--a 'false slalement to Ihe Ar? U. S. marines at this training camp kansas Highway Department on have been warned about the danger, right-of-way costs concern!h'gN.U.. S. of green hair. The' camp special service office said" the high concentration of chlo Highway 79 near Kingsland. The indictment said this'-caused the Highway Department ; to cer- si — — " -•— •• — - X,...*- m\, iiig,u»vci 4 7 j_/ tjj tii LI i ici 1 1 : uf -i;iri rme in camp swimming pools could tify to the federal Bureau of Pub- turn brown or blond hair green. I lie Roads that $40,880 was spent fof right of way. fhe ttfo fneft mew Ms *a§ ffiofe thafi the right-of-way costs paid !o (fig 58 property owfiers', the ihcttclmeht said. The stale paid tfie coUnty IM full amount btit the fedefal IroV eminent, which nofhially reimburses the state for oO Per cen( of the cost oh such a project, hcM up Us payment until completion oC H pfobe Hdi'Hs 1 , a ii-ocef. had a contract With Judge Hughes allowing Ha>'Hs to negotiate With property owiv ers for tHeJr Jafid tor rernovrtl of obstructions. Mis negotiations re- sitlled in complaints by properly owners and sik elaiitis against the county, The Florida brolhei-s operate the F'ldrldd Real Estate Loan Co. They were indicted for evasions oti joinl lax reltirns filed by tlierh nfid Ihoir Wives fof 1951. 1932 and 1953. Andrew Florida was indicted for eVadin« S474.611 in income tnxets and" Geofge Florida for evading" Sd4.2'73. The former also faces a charge in U. S, District Court at Me*rripliis that he evaded $.161,521 in corporate Income taxes between 1952 and 19S4. ' The jttrv reported to Judge A1-* berl L. Reeves of Kansas City, 'sitting on the -bench at Liltle Rock on a lernporai'y assignment. •Tttdee Reeves planned lo return lo Kansas City today Other Indictments were against! . J; H, BridweJ! of Meber Sprinss, charged With evading $88.930 iri tHi- fio'm'e'. tape's from 19S1 lo 1955, J"ohn ;E. .Bell of'Hicory Plains for evading payment of $14.977 on his 1951 and 1952 returns, and Con gomery of Forrest City for ine S9.G68 on his 1951 return. Ciliiis John Downs for the Se'pl. 5 armed-holdup of the Farmers State Bank at Lake Citv, The indictment alleged that Downs took ?14,S4l iri the robbery. Murphv Co. Buys Into Oil Firm NEW YORK (AP) — Murphy||> Corp. of El Dorado, Ark., a producer and refiner of crude oil, has arranged to acquire a substantial interest'in Hempstead Oil & Storage Co. of Mobile, Ala,, wholesale gasoline anct fuel oil concern. Slockholders of both companies approved ; the, deal. The extent of Murphy's interest in Hempstead Oil was not disclosed. Introducing the "Linear Look" O LD S M O BI LE So totally new/... so typically Olds ! WE.CASH PAYROLL CHECKS TODAYS SPECIALS Bed Sheets Pillow Cases f Reg, 1.98 Value • Size 81x99 • 128 Thre'gd, Count For 3.00 All White Reg, 39c Value, Limited Supply For 1.00 Cloths ! \,t Limited Supply " t Only IPO — while they last,., MEN'S FUNNit SHIRTS Sizes S-M-U ' Reg. 2.29 Values 1.88 ADIES Flatties New Fall shipmenjf Sizg§ 5 to 9 Asst Colors Reg. 2.49 .Value 1,77 7' "" , 9nd £•' •. R§g. i i* > ^ Tri-Service Club Has Uuncheon Members of the Tri-Scrvice Club were enlertained with a luncheon given in the home of M'rs. Bo'b Yarbrough on Friday with (Mrs, Gene Hale, Mrs. Bob Reynolds and Mrs. J. B. Franks assisting hostesses. The serving table was covered with a white damask cloth with a centerpiece of marigolds and ager- utum carrying out the club colors of blue and gold. Following the luncheon .Mrs, C. R. Gray, past president, conducted the initiation service |or Mrs, Earl Eppler before a table covered with a yellow cloth and holding an open Bible and three blue candles, As Mrs. J. B. Franks, president, p.inm.d q corsage of yellow chrysanthemums tied with blue ribbon at Mrs. Appiers' shoulder she rep'eated the' praypr of St. Trpnci^ of the -Assi, ,' ' t D'iiring the business session H was voted, to. give Mrs. Charlie Scott a check for her class of exceptional children. Other members present were M'rs. J. W, Oatqs, Mrs, J, R. Be» mis, Mrs. Jim Morris, Mrs. Dick Bright, Mrs, Acjam Guthric Jr., Mrs. j, T, Worthington and M'rs. Bjll Ward. Mrs. J. S, Crane was a luncheon guest. . Howard Graham and Mrs. Kitchen attended the 50Ui annual mee'ting of the Tuberculosis Assn. at the (Lafayette Ifotej in Little Ropk, Thursday. "Mrs. Floyd Hufcbard attended thfe A.rkan'sa's giemenjarj' Council meeting at Jhe ^BA building in Little Ropk pviday and Saturday. President, Thell Wanning and sec- rptavy Walter HJrsl attended the district Rotary 4'^orma'tiau and epsjpn JnsUtytp held at'the' pub- library at A/l^adplphfa Friday * "' look jomptel? |t was attended by * pjjicerj flubs pvor a large section pi the Sta.. '^, .'"-'/" ' . t S'. .guests, Mr, .and , ipUtqu and Howard P< ?ossipr pity. 'La. spent fiimclav in Rp.yH jyith ^Howard. fl^rveU, ndenvfttt rnajp}- sui-gery tf Iifo?pital on Friday, -iip- Barrel pf You wished for it! You asked for it! It's here! So step into the roomiest Rocket Olds ever buiiti Here's spacious new passenger room plus greaOy' increased Jwggage/otjm! Sit behind the new high, wide and handsome Vista-Panoramic Windshield that lets you see ahead,'above and aside better lhan ever! Test the new stopping power of QJdsnwbfle'g Air-Scoop Brakes ,, t mall/QW whet® Experienee the exceptional smoothness and aomfort of new~"Qlid§" Ride,,, the quletaessflnd'power at 'fael-saving new Ropket Engines! ^§g th§ beautiful new Magic-Mirror p'aints with the built-in )wtw tlia|JaltIrXqujr§ ssr4I|Jly mm to eome in and,see the start of a new styling oyel»«-the 1959 D^DSMOBIUl'S^t your dealerviowl ~"* f •*&£%- */• *» • «sasss rdflv f . i - " AT 'S? Aal yt Jg, .: •: ;•:•_;:* : ^ <••-' •'- ,-' -* 1! - 1 .: ? - "- *,'' rv/iv.-*:-'^"'/!,v^'-Jfh, ^^'fi^^z^y^r J^?-'<£~^.*r^ *> '" , ^ ."' vh }4$lJ^-^lM§ISr'?L±i^^

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