Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 24, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 24, 1958
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'HOM STAR, HdPI, ARKANSAS , fctettr 24, 1911 \ Prescott News WMS Has koy,al Service * Pf-dgrarfi Monday . The WiMS of the Kirs.t BnpdKt Church met on Monday afternoon Srthff church for the Royal Sor- Vide Program with Circle 1 in 1-Hni-ge Nineteen were present Miss Llllic fiulchor, progfnm chairman, voiced the opetuiig prayer- followed with nil singing "O Far A Thousand Tongues Tti Sm.j " hymn for the yeai The thorn.' for the afternoon wns "Om Groat He- decmcrs 1'rnise in tho Philippines" tfytttg discussiiins won- Mrs. VVnt- sdn While Jr. Mrs. II VV. Duller JVh'S« Harrell Hines. Mrs. Ii. W. Btlrketl and Mrs. I,t>strr Stood. The program olosod with the singing of tilt- last Uvo verses of the; opening hymn. Brownie Troop No. 2 Brbwnie Troop No. Mcels ! lu-UI the Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — And — BODY SHOP 216 S. Hazel Phohe 7-4022 Orvllle Taylor • John BUI Jordan GRILL CAFE — BREAKFAST — 35c — 50c — 65c Home Style Hot Biscuits Open 3 A. M. to 8 P. M. DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE TON ITE-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" r EXTRA EXTRA J v* "COLOR CARTOON" regular mcfting nl Ihf Teen Ago Clu'b on Mondav ftftprhoon. The girls pnjo.vffl leiirnlng nb'ml Bl-oWi flics nii(1 the flag ceremony. Prayer was given nl refreshment time by Kay Vnnclivrr. Vfrniti Oglrsby, hostcs« Was as- sistrrl Ijy her mother. Mrs. Dtiw sun Oglosby. in scrvihg to Brownies llclfn Friend. Gni! Graham, Gildii Fay Mines, J (incite McAnally. Glt-nda Smith. SUMIII Ward, Ginny fiiny. Sandra K.iy Anderson, Chiirlnttc Arnold nnd Dorothy Covington. Mrs. ,J. C. Mines, Brett- dii Hlnos iind Mrs. Auim-y Anderson. WSCS Has Bible Study WSCS of the First Methodist Church met MVindoy .iftcrnoon nl the- church fur ;i study an "Isiiinh Spmks Mrs. II M McKon/ir. sccrclnry of rnissidiiiii y oductitnm, presided iind tho riu-riing wns upone^ with the- sung "Hnly. Holy, ll'ily." Pruy- or wns nffiTod by Mrs Mc-Kon/.ic lifter which she -KHVT tho intrf)- duotion of tho study Tin- dovollonal un "(siiinhs C.'iill" wiis nivon by Mrs. Alfred UoBlai-k. Mrs. McKon- zio spitko on "Isninh's fioliglous Toiichings." The mooling adjourn- ocl with n moditiilion and pruyor. The .sooond study will be held on Out 27 nt tho church with Mrs. B. A. UoLamnr in charge. Potatoes Stool Food Spotlight for Weekend By ASSOeiATfeB A Ic 1 antl Mrs. Ronnie Munn ,md SOP of Alrxnndria. I :i. have been the niU'sts of Mr. ;ui<l Mrs. Scwell Munn. They were cnrnii': to Cllnn- iitt- Air Foree Rase where he v\ ill receive six months training. Mrs. II. O. Biirlx-. nas returned to Shrovopurl. nl'ter a visit with her riauuhlcr. Mrs. Wilburn Willis and family. Mr. and Mrs Kcldi? Danner ar.J children of ArkadelphUi were the Sunday j-uesls of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Danner Guests in the homo of ML. and Mrs. Floyd Wren have been Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wren and children and Mrs. Pauline liollu'.vay of North Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Newberger and .Miss Patsy Nelson of El Dorado were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley. Mr. an dMrs. Rodney Hamilton and Howard of Bossier City, La., visited Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hamilton during the weekend. Mr. and 'Mrs.- Scott Smith and Scott Jr. have returned to Little Rock after a visit \\lth Mr. and Mrs. John W. U.wis and Mrs, Robbie Wilson. ,'Mrs. Lera Johnson of Sherman Texas visited her mother Mrs, J. Where bos Everybody Gone? AENGER TODAY & SATURDAY — 2 Action Hits OUT TO A MOVIE i"*i»Ml Flto, ((if. Pij(lyctlpn Roleastd ti>?0iti Ccnlgij f A RIP-ROARING STORY OF THE INDIAN WARS IN THE OLD WEST MARK STEVENS IN "GUN FEVER" LATE SHOW SATURDAY 10:45 P, M. STARTS SUNDAY! ''Commander Edward L Beoch's" great neve! of Submarings at- war in the Battlefield Under the Sea! 8UB]f /J Potatoes, a slnple of Hie Atnci' lean diet sifice eoloninl limes sltnls (he food spotlight !his wee! with prices hammered down by ."welling fall atop. Government expert look tor i crop of nbotil 170','z million hull rlmhveifiht, or roiifihly 12 per cent above lust year and 10 pet cent nbove the recent average. The 'bumper supply sfcepons the B. Munn, over the weekend. Mrs. ftnllis week in Little Atkins Hock. spent last Mr. nnd Mrs. j. M. Piyler Dnllas were weekend guests Mr. nnd Mrs, A) Plylcr, Weekend guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Garner were Rev. and Mrs. J?(iy Hal! and Mr. and M'rs. Garland Dlckerson of Little Rock. Miss Fay Buchnnnn spent the weekend in Sheridan with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Shell Blakcly and daughter of Little Rock have been thi' guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woosiey. normal seasonal dip }fl , Atfierieshs ftow eat mere than 90 froUftdS of White frolatoes })6f jftfioh bvfi-y year, With hlafly IWB-thlfds of. the supply tttth the rail erop. The yearly total is as much as all bthef vegetables combined on a poundage basis. Meal specials in tho supermarkets and neighborhood grocery stores arc crrled this Weekend. Beef cuts ranging from chuck roast to steak appear slightly more numerous than pork as meat men await a drop in pork prices due to increased marketing of nojjs Ih recent Weeks. Fryers ate down 2 to 6 dents a pound in a fcWplaces* but othei pi-Ices are relatively stable. Small and medium eggs arc the best bet for the housewife plan-' ning to whip up an omelet because price margins between the smaller and larger sizes are unusually wide. Other outstanding Vegetable* buys, spinach, swiss chard, carrots cooking greens fkollards, kale, etc) and pumpkins. Apples are outstanding in the 'U 11 department. Pears from Western orchards also are a good my, while prices are being shaved n California oranges and lemon?. Europe's Gypsies revere sarah, handmaiden to the mother, )f the Apostles .Tohn ,ind James' ns the mother of thcoh- race. Belgium produces begonias in! iboul tho same c[-.ianli',y that lh»| Netherlands produces tulips") Most of them are exported to tin- United States. Deofh Sentence in Hamm Slaying TEXARKANA, Ark. (APj ers Bone, 27-year-old Negro, Was fccntfiirrd here yesterday Id die ifi the eU-clric chair Dec. 30 for the 1 robbciv slaying of art elderly white farmer. A Miller Circuit Court jury kah* vieted Boone last month of. first degree murder in the May, lg,*8 killmi! of M. R. rlamm, *?G, of Mil* let- County. Judge Lyle Brown set the eJcecii-' lion tlnte. Harold Flowers, defense attbr» ne> for Boone and three other Negioes charged ih the slayiHg said he would appeal Boofte's tioh' vietion tn the Arkansas Supreme Court. Filing of an appeal would stay the execution. Flowers said He expects to file an appeal this week to the U.S. Supreme Court in the case oi James Moore, tirst of the four sioes to be tried and convicted, Moore is scheduled to be electro cuted Oct. 31. The remaining do* fendants are Jornes Boyd anil Willie Byrd, slated for trial next month. Negro Surrenders in Hughes Slaying Sounds arc hoard much easier In damp air than in dry air. 86TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 5 PC. Maple Dinette, Service for 6 dishes, Place Mats and stainless steel silverware. $86.00 MONTGOMERY WARD Ark. A W-yeatoU Negro, who earlief h&d escaped afreslifig officers af Hughes, leiephoned police here 3-esfferday ahd surrendered in con- ftecliori \f'tth the slaying of a whlta ni^ht watchrnah. Sheriff Cecil doodwin said th«i Negro, Latotehce Gene Mooi-d, was taken into custody and jailed at MarioH, The sheriff said Moore implicated ttbberl Cultler, 28-year-oIc Hughes Negro, in the Sept. 19 fatal shootihg of Ross L. NichoJ' at the babbs Elementary Schoo here. Moore also told police that a .38 caliber pistol Used Ih the slayihg had been tossed into Ten* Bayou here. The Weapon vvas covered, Guttler is being held ih jail al fjfify. lie and Moore were arrested at frufheS in connection with a grocery" store burglaf.v there. Moore escaped after thf arrest. Sheriff O o o d w I h said both Moore and Guttler admitted breaking into the school but each one claimed the other did the shoi- Centigrade an^ thei-momelefS J-e'iJcl' same at 3S td 4) zero. dbbul The tt.S. ConsliUilMf Contains nothing about education* Ic^v* ing the mallet U the indtViddat states. FRAN'S TAP-BALLET-BALLROOM ACROBATIC-BATON Special Classes for Tiny TotSt PR 7-4335 CORRECTION in aur Adv, y@§f§rilay, Lueerng Milk was pfieed af i . • , i §al, 49e IT SHOULD HAVE READ Gal, 48C SAFEWAY For Safety — For Silence — We Install International Parts Mufflers • All Welded Construction • "Silikote" Protection • Guaranteed for Life of Cor • No Installation Charge Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 The Sfory of la w fe This is the FULL-CREW 'SAFETY SPECIAL' EVERY MEMBER OF THIS CREW IS VITAL TO (MAINTENANCE^ OF SAFETY AND SERVICE f ' The Eastern railroad interests want to take away our railroads' only effective safety,devices—men! They want to do this at a cost in safety and service —- and $3,000,000 a year extra profits. This is the 'OFFICIAL FEATHERBED SPECIAL Four Arkansas railroads pay their 43 fop executives an average of more than $52,000 a year! They don't live in Arkansas, pay taxes in Arkansas, or spend their salaries in Arkansas.'*In ^addition, there are hundreds of "officials" who never move a train, guard a crossing, or save a life. Veep $103,000 etc: etc. Lawyer", * 20,000 AsstVeep 422.000 Pun A<jt. ^£4,000 . Lawyer Gen Mgfr Controller ^£7.000 AsstVee * 64,000' WM f <? 4? r $87.000 Veep $92.000 Veep , 4110,000 m 4? & £ J <? 'J Pros, W WA *& -'•ytHT^^a™ r *'JI lili \ . * WHAT IS A FULL CREW? Only six men make up g "fyfl grew" gn \9,n$ trains wdtr Arksnsos few. Trj§y 'with miliisns Qf ^g{lar§ werth pf freight » f * yifJdlnp fn?m $100,000 tg $150,090 in revenyf s per train to Jbs rsilreadl Ne« tl?§ in s«r ssen'smy ars je few for 59 raysh, . ' - uHrQads cut thfir werH fsrg^ 27 pjsfsgfA: tht )a$t 10 YSSUJI ys»tih§ ratio sf.gffiv hy'94jper«9pU s thfi *« m if«; »«as -*- -«;; &V;S' (,'.; * Jjslarics RvvarM ia ICC, 1957, THE SAFETY CREW HO automatic equipment ho? been iny<?nf<?d that con }gk? the plQ?<? of serve a? the eye? and pgr? pf a anpth§r train (5 ssming fhrpypK g series pf §igog| lights that Jig? fgiledi He e^yipmenl san §mell the byrning gregsg of 0 h9t bo?? that sgn fgwse the tragedy o.f a trgia wre?k, He with Ark9n$o:$'t?e.[V9§er$ trying J« beat a Jrain ,19 a sr955» Bvt 0 frrgtgniBfl 90n/ ' pyr fyji frfiy ( Jews crssjJngs dyriflg pvr IwJUrtv/Jgws, I ff^Ji}it,€afi, BJ9ft9y,Ja.jtf«9pJ hwdSngS I&. 'iSK. SL* &&tl ,^'M ^v* ?«!* isiT' .«SS5?1^ .tax/. ft7M r •?» ' «yja*;""

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