Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1958
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Page Twa n 8 p 6 STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Thursday, 53, 1§5§ First Balloon Continued l^rorri PagB OnS *" tniii ilte experiment w-n« not sur more scientific satellite > Karly indny. milllnry and civil' • ia)i scirntislp in charge ncknnv.]. brtgrd Hint "M is practically er>r- FRAN'S TAP-BALLET-BALLROOM ACROBATIC-BATON Special Classes for Tiny Tots! PR 7-4335 cossful nnd nn nrbif v. as not achieved "Radio records received fro'ii the <nfelliie inylnirhnnl package slum- tho p-rforrnanee of the rock' ft wiis not normal." they ?nia. t( 'VMS n diphenrfehina one) 18 nn ruT'bilinus |>n>iet't f»i hiirliiirf into iin 1R nflO-m p.h. orbit n round (tip pnrttj an nbieet whi'-li wnil'l be visible In tlip unnidr-d human eye .-it distances up to l.Tidfl milos. P,v hwkine II from observation point" In mpny lands, scientists hnrl hnppfl to learn murh about the m.VstrTi"ji nf that >en,nto aren whori' tl" 1 pnrlb' atmosphere (nds and inlprplnnelary stmcc begins And Ilipy hnd hoped In Rain experience In hplp with an even mon speri:ieiiltir iinderl.'ikinis: i> 100 foot balloon satpllitc off which rndio. television and t;id;:r signuls rouid In- boiiiu'd. That might bp nttpmptftl next ypar It looked like a pprfrcl shot ott PiCIALS THURSDAY - FRIDAY ond SATURDAY U. S. GOVT. INSPECTED MEAT NECK BONES PORK SAUSAGE SLICED BOLOGNA GROUND BEEF CHUCK STEAK CLUB STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK ROUND STEAK PURE LARD Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Pail 19c 29c 39c 49c 59c 69c 79c 89c 99c NEXT TO COLLIER TIRE & APPLIANCE GEORGE'S MEAT MARKET 112 E. THIRD ST. HOPE, ARK. 2nd & Main Open Friday and Saturday Only REPEAT OF A SELLOUT Plus Tax BLACK ond RED Dpn't Wqir, Get Yours Now SLIM JIM PANTS $^.99 —, § fp 18 JAG-SHIRT »-? 8 te 18 MAMA , SWEATERS No Democratic Split, Says Mr. Truman By MRNESf B. VACCARO 0 NEW VORK (APi — rVirrrtcr '"'resident Harry S. Truman. bla.H- ing back again at political remarks of President Ki«<-nhmv<;r 4 said today that if I > re is any onrly split it is among the 1?e- publicans and not the Dcmorrals'. His reference wr.t to an Eisenhower assertion in C'nirago Wednesday night (hat Ihe Demo- cr-illc party is so badly split it is two distinct parties. "The only split I know n! is UK.' Republican party." Truman countered today as he left a New Y'uU hotel lo board n train for Boston. He said there is a division between "Elsenhower Republican 1 ! and old-line economic royalists. There Is not much difference between them." "The President would do well to heal the sores in his own party and let the Democrats take en re of their own troubles." he added. eporle-rs nccompi^iyinj? Truman to the railway sin lion asked for his comment on another statement by Eisenhower Wednesday night, referring to the end of the Korean war under the Republican administration. Truman reiterated his contention that Eisenhower had surrendered lo the Communists, In effect, to halt the conflict "Thai's what caused all his troubles in the Near East and the Far East, to," Truman said. "They are now paying the fiddler. • Trumans trip to Boston, winding up his national campaigning for Democratic congressional candidates, was something of a sentimental journey. Prescott News Victory Hb Club Meets With Mrs, H66kl On Friday nftemoon the Victory Homp Drmnnslration Club ttlel in the home of the president, Mrs. Johnnie tfook«;. with M'rs. Joe Martin co-hostess. Beautiful arrange* monts of duhlias decorated the rooms. The business session Was Con- dueled bv Mrs. Hooks. Mrs. A. L. Turner, secretary, read the, minutes and culled the roll that' was answered with "A Good Tip! nn Planiing Rul'bs" Miss Sara Jane McOill, County MD Agent, gave fin informative talk on "Caring For Flowers." j A sandwich course nnd coffee | was served to 10 members and a guest. , bojsed cloth centered with an arrangement of marigolds. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gee, Mary .fithel and Bobby of Plhe Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee. Miss Carrie Thorburn and Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Electrocution is the penalty for murder in the District-of Columbia. TH-Servlce Club Has Business Meeting Tho monthly business meeting nf the Trl-Servk'e Club was hold on Friday afternoon in the home of the president, Mrs. J. B. Franks. Mrs. Dick Bright, welfare chair- mnn gave a report. Plans were made for a covered dish luncheon to bo hold on Nov. 5 in the home of Mrs. J. U. Bemis. Coffee and cookies were served to members Mrs. Bob Yarbrough, Mrs. Earl Eppler, Mrs. Bill Ward (Mrs. Dick Bright, Mrs. Adam Guthrie Jr. Mrs. J. R. Bemis, Mrs. Gene Hale, M'rs. Jim Morris Mrs. Bob Reynolds, Mrs. E. Adams and Mrs. Bill Ontes. Wednesday night. The launching rocket, 09 feet tall, thundered aloft from this missile test center at 1(3:21 p.m. It climbed straight upward, a firebrand in the sUy, for 75 seconds, then angled over to I ho southeast exactly as had been planned. For another minute it was a bright moving star against a backdrop of moonlight and starry sky and then it winked out a.botit 2 1 L- minutqs after blastoff—again apparently exactly according to schedule. The first stage.ol' the Jupiter-C was a modified Redstone rocket. .Alter burnout some GO miles above ihe earth the spent Redstone was to jhnvc coasted upward with the three upper stages—and' the satellite payload ih the nose—for /our minutes, (o an altitude of 200 miles, and then was to have 1'all'vi away as the upper-stage firings began. An hour after the launching, newsmen at the site wore told that "signals -from the rockol wore lost approximately 10 seconds before the second stage was scheduled' to fire. Therefore it is unknown at the present time whether or not an orbit will be achieved," More than an hour after this pronouncement came the conclusion that the rocket had not performed normally and that it was most unlikely an orbit had beep achieved, Imon G e e Honored Mrs. Imon Gee honored Mr. Gee with a birthday dinner at their homo on Sunday. The ta'ble was covered with an ecru rayon em- Negro Fatally Hurt in Wreck LITTLE ROCK (P) — Hillio j Campbell. 45 year old Negro, was.j injured fatally yesterday when a light truck he svas .driving and a panel truck collided at a street intersection, Tho Little Rock resident; was dead on arrival at a hospital. Family Re-Urtioh Held A family re-union was hold on Sunday at the home of Mr. and M'rs. Ira Tompkins. A picnic lunch was served at noon from tables on the lawn. Present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton and daughter, La Don of Richmond, Calif.: Mr. and Mrs. Tom White and sons, Edward and Jackie of Bossier City. La.; Mrs. Wallace Monroe, Betty, Jerry and Mike of Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sisson and Rickic of Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mnhon, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mnhon, Chorric. Harry and MY. and Mrs. Hnough of Lake Charles, La.; Mr. atrd Mrs. R. C. McBrayer of Prescott; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McBrayer of Arkadel- phici; Norvel Tompkins and Mrs. Marie Alder of Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conklin and Ann of Co- lunvbus, Ohio and Mrs. Bess Carter of Prescott. Mr.*'and Mrs. Jimmy McBrayer spent the weekend in New Orleans as the guests of Mr, and M'rs. Roy Hannah. Mr. and Mrs. Guss McCaskill were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Bob Robertson, Bobby and Susan in Little Rock. Jim Slaglc of Hot Springs, was I'M VIC DRIVE-IN LHAIL THEATRE FRI - SAT - SUN DOUBLE FEATURE Showing 7:00 - 9:45 WALT DISNEY Great Locomotive Chase Starring FESS PARKER PLUS! Showing 8:35 Grand Olc Opera's ROY ACUFF IN, ; "NIGHT TRAIN TO MEMPHIS" EXTRA — EXTRA "COLOR CARTOON" Last Nite — Adults Only 6:30 - 8:30 fef*fl|eunt p'«»*At* Th*DON MART MAN Prttttx*.' EUGENE O'NEILL'S DESIRE ONOERlHEEU SOPHIA "" ' ANfHONY ' '- BURL LOREIM- PERKINS • IVES *• ^ Pnunount "*'•»•' > STARTS FRIDAY DOUBLE FEATURE A Regsl films. Inc. production Released by 20th Cenlutj Tot PLUS MARK STEVENS in GUN FEVER A Rip-Roaring Action , "'!* the weekend guest of MIJB. feelh and Mr- and Mrs. ft. C. &eavcr Gray and Mrs. Beulah Yarbrough. i of Hoi Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ttaynie were the weekend guesfs of Mr. and Mrs Sobby Maynie and Lois Crfrol in Fayetleville. Mr. arid Mrs. Gene Lee had as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. George Cummihgs of Gladewater. Texas. Jimmy Semis and Miss Madra ftay of Little Rock Were the week- ehd guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bemis. SVfr. and Mrs. John B. Gultey, Nancy arid John Bernard attended the Ark-Texas fool/ball game in Austin, Texas Saturday night. •Mr. and Mrs. Pat Combs. Janet and David Douglas and Mrs. C D. McSwain of El fiorado were the Weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. G. ttirst and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert. .David Douglas was christened at the Sunday morning service, at the First Methodist Church. Weekend guests of M'rs, Josephine Carrington were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carringlon of 'Malverrt Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas were the guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. Jahies Gentry Thomas find made the acquaintance of their hew gtandsoh, David Lange, who arrived Saturday. They were accompanied holne toy their grand son. Jim, who is Ihcir guest. Mr. attd Mrs. Robert Adams of Hope were the guests Sunday of Mf. aria tiitS. Gene Hale. .cc,,,., ot Mrs- fLoy Ouke Sahlf^ v=j were Mr. arid Mrs. Soe Jackson of Duncan, Okla. M'rs. Chester Fincher of Waldo and Mrs. B. j. Braheriey of Sapulpa. Okla. Miss Addys Brown. Mis? .timmie" Nicholas ahd Miss Mary Jo Hamilton attended the Ark-Texas football gSrne ih Austin. Texas Saturday night. At HUrt JTUfti ttttt BAKING If* thi totene* of Inflredient* hi baUnfl t>6*di* that jjOvems Its leavening action. Only when itesisye scientifically balanced eajt you be ture af uniform at' Don lo the mining bowl plus that final rise to tight and fluffy te*Wre in the overt ,. > that's the ttoryolClabber Girl's balanetd dwtote action. San<kfcL Partner J MORTON'S POTATO CHIPS Hot dog! Homemade sandwiches ...ham and cheese...luncheon meat...and Morton's Potato Chips! Snacks and sandwiches are fun on the weekends, and so easy for Mom to prepare. Morton's Potato. Chips just naturally go with this-kind of easy-fixing easy-eating. A big family-size bag of-Morton's Potato Chips adds so much to any "quickie" meal, yet costs so'little. Be sure you have this famous Sa'ndwi|h-Partner around your house tliis weekend. SOUTHWEST FOLKS BUY MORE MORTON'S POTATO CHIPS THAN ANY OTHER BRAND SAG - NO - MOR JERSEY by Wynqr — finished with $y!mer — Repels Rain, Tempo - Resistp and-Miligm "Jnirigs, ~ All For This Small Price

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