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Calendar M««d,ay, 3 *Mie Hope Sand ftieei al Cahiion Mall Moftdnjr, 3 at f;30 fr.in. Executive Meeting will be al 7. This Is ah iffipdftah meeting and tliO tWp to CohWa Will be discussed, U^ j , Tuesday, Nbvsmbep 4 K-r' 9 The Builders Stole Class c*7lHe Fifst Baptist Chitl-ch will hi ell oil Tuesday, Nov. 4 al the church at 7 p.m. A covered dish super wit! bd served. All members are ureec to 'attend. " ~ November § , The Victory MD Club will', rheet Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. John Kaxtffman. /^Mothers of children in 4th, 5th "rid fith grades of the Brookwood Sdhtrai will meet to discuss' the child and his allowance. Wednes- GLENN SHIRLEY FORD • MAcLAINE f They called him tlie STHAN'GKR WITH A GUN TUESDAY ONLY ITWILL5CHRETHE LIVING YELL OUT OF YOU! , Plus:- Gonzolos Tomales day. tfbV. § at it) a.m. in tHe of Mf-s. ttitti fhe Garderiia SSrdefi Glub will ttieet Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. ifi the home of Mrs. Tom Foster. 80? Kdg^wbod, Mrs. C. W, fiVahs is associate hostess. Mrs. Mainiel Hamm Will have charge of the progfain on dried ari'angoinohfs. Mefhbefs are reminded to bring their Thanksgiving Eirrangomenis, THursday, Nevembef 6 The Order of The Eastern Star' Will , hold it's annual friendship meeting Thursday, November 0, • Pol Luck at fl i\m. and regular meeting at 7:30. All old and new members arc urged to attend. Friday, Nevembec 1 The Hope Unit of the United CouncJl of Church Women Will meet In the Chapel of the First Presbyterian Church at 10 a.m. on NoV, . Mrs. James Pllkintort will havd charge of the program. The theme of it will tee "Exchange; Good Ideas, People.' Those attending are asked to bring warm clothing and an offering. Rose Garden Club wilt meet on Friday, Nov. 7 at 3 p.m. in the lome of Mrs. Harry Shiver. M'rs, W. B, Mason and Mrs. A. B. Sprag' gins will be assistant hostesses. Members are asked to .bring their Christmas packages for hospitals in Benton. Faryicchio - Hubbard Engagement Announced Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Wilson of •lope announces the engagement ind approaching marriage of their daughter, Margie Wilson Farvicchio, to Melvin Hubbard, son of M'r. and Mrs. Clel Hubbard of Washington, Kan. The wedding will be solemnized on Sunday, .November 9 at 4 p.m. in the First Christian Church, with Rev, W. E. Harris officiating. Mrs, Tom Kinser Hostess To Friday Bridge Club Mrs. Tom Kinsor used bouquets of snapdragons to decorate for her Friday Bridge Club 'on Halloween. Thc ! name of the flower sounds fierce but, in truth, they looked very pretty in the Kinser home, Prizes for the afternoon were won by Mrs. Dewey Camp and Mrs. M. M." McCIoughan. The 'hostess carried out the theme of Halloween in Die attractive salad plate which she served with coffee to the club members and these guests; Mrs. Dewey Camp, Mrs.- Tom Wardlaw, and .Mrs, Lloyd Coop, Continued irom Page Fivp Scitence Sjiriiiks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Reliteves Pain JSVw Yurk, N. Y. (Sfiprlal) — For first time science has found a new' henline substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction' (shrinkage) took place. . Most nnuujngof all— results were" so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Pile» have ceased to v be a problem!" The secret is'^a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute, This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form umler.the name Preparation //,» At your druggist, Money back •guarantee,. i 'Reg. U, S, Pat. Off, : NEW CLASSES .Beginning This Week , . . rfii JAP c GALLET e BALLROOM • BATON • ACROBATIC Openinc- In A|l Age Groups For further information call FRAN 90-1 So,-Main —Ph 7^4335 DIAL7*4431 r-. TUES, - wi, m< i^Mf |A^ : .K A -i t v'5- •v^ss iff* *£> VsH-*" PS; H6Pt STAR, HOP 1» ARKANSAS m REDUCTIONS AS MUCH AS WEEK ONLY NOV. 3 THROUGH 6th — We arc having our best year with Nelly Don's Dresses. We want to make it better still. We selected the best selling styles, ordered new stocks and for this week only will price at savings to you. Come see our special grouping of Nelly Don's. Register for Free Dress. One given away on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday. Register every day this week. <W • ,,* f P "•N* \; "-",„ I LADIES •'w o' A, Suited tor Foil . . . Q genHy-bloused qnd belted jacket over a slender, sKirt. Tweed-textured rayon and acetate b(end Reg, 17.98 N, D, D, ]3,99 B. Town fail|eur , , . a versatile, softly ' tailored dress that takes cover under its matching, eosy-fit jacket. 12 ro 38 and custom sizes for the 'shorter figure, • |2c to 22c. Reg. 19,98 N, D/ D, 14,99 'C.. -The check'W|otp,jHit wjth bloused-back jacket. Crease -resistant, drip-dry. .Arnber 'tgn; blue orr'ed with grey. -10 to 38, " •ancTIOc to 20c*'Rec,<. ]4,98 N, D, P;9,99, •• t>; 'City-b)ock spsturne, Tuck-front-jgcket pyer a'- slim dress. 'Prip-dry, cregset -resistant Red, blue, cognac brown, -'8 to 20 and lOc to2Qc,* Reg, 22,98, N, P, P, 17,99 E The sqble»strjpg cesMsl, Cr?ase- resist-gnt, dn>dry cgtton in blue, amber tan or red wirh grey. 12 to 40 and I?cto22c.* Reg, 17,98 N, 0, D, ]3 ( 9? F. PJaisf miflldx d/ipis, belted low qnd moving into g skirt of free-swinging pleqts. Red, blue or brown. 8 to 18, p. p, jot COME IN AHP RI6JSTER FILL IN FQR, N^rpgl- '-" --vsw . 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