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14,1951 H a Pi i T d P r»A AN I A I ; Calendar $ Tuesday, Nov6mB6f 13 ¥ Mrs, Lahroy Spates, 308 South iSpruee St, Will be hostess la the American Legion Auxiliary fues» ^day, Nov, 18 at 7:30 p.m. Mem' bcrs are reminded to brihg an ap s 9-oii ror the dhHstrrias packages oW being wrapped in the VA hos* .Hal, JayccHcs will meet in the home of Mrs 1 . Paul .McClellah, Tuesday, Nov, 18 at 7:30 p.m. with M'rs, guilts Smith as .co'hostess, Mrs. Manuel Hamm is guest speaker, The Couple's No, 1 Sunday School Class of the Garr'ett Memorial Church will mcel al Ihe home of Mr, and Mrs, Earl Bordeloh, 420 ^dgewood St., Tuesday, NoV, 18 M n'Jd p.m. for their class meet' !mg, All members are urged to attend and bring a friend, Brookwood Sixth Grade Observes Book Week The pupils oi! the Brookwood sixth grade presented a program on Book Week lo the entire student body on Tuesday and to the PTA on Wednesday. A play entitled "A Day At No- Read Casllc" was given with the Allowing characters. Queen, Shai'- on*Anh Evans; King, David Grim- mel'ti-- Herald, .Carter Hardagc; Page, 'Richard Turner; Mayor En- :2 GIANT Action Hits Tonite & Saturday LATE SHOW SATURDAY 11 p.m. WE DARE YOU TO SEE THISJDNE! NO ONE ADMITTED ALONE t wiAoul signing o wsiver in oof lobby I Con You Sec It Without; Screaming ''" cyclopedia, Tommy Bright; ftlp Van WiHkle, Pat Schooley; Little flo-feep. Betty Jeah Monroes Kittg Arthur, tommy Still; £eoria Hitg< gles, Sharort Frith; Carol Bird. Kalhy Thrash; Mrs. Mallahy, Ahh Randolph. A song ahd dance "The Book Week Polka" was done by Janh Gaihes, Billy B"ob White, Lyhda O'Steeh, Buddy Jordan, Billy Me* Kenaie, Betty Ruth Schehck, Ann Walton, Dwight Walton, Margie tterndon, Ricky Wilkison, Jerry Waller, Gayle Medders, Rahdy PiUmley, Ahn Watkins, Phil DelVecchio, Cynthia Collier, Janice Easterliiig and Donnie Thomas. Carolyn Hamm was announcer and prompter, Mrs, Lolyd Llhcjo Hostess To '47 Friendship Club M'rs, Lloyd Lingo entertained the '47 Pi'ieiidship Club on November 12 in her home. She had lovely bouquets of purple chrysanthemums and oi marigolds which decorated the house, The meeting was opened with prayer toy Mrs. Bryan Clark. Mrs. Lingo read the scriplure, Malt. 21122*28, and the group joined in a discussion of the passage. Mrs. C, F. Wiggins then read an appropriate poem. A birthday party was .given for a member, Mrs D. E. Paris. Mrs. Orville Oglesby distributed numbered pieces of papers with phrases or words on ihem. When they were read in proper succession, it was a .birthday message for Mrs. Faris. The honored guest was also the winner of the Surprise Package. The hostess served cake, coffee, or cold drinks to the club members, (and one, guest, Mrs. C. F. Speake. Mrs. Owen Nix Hostess to Hope Iris Garden Club The Hope Iris G'arden Club met Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 11 in the home of M'rs. Owen Nix with Mrs. W. I. Stroud as co-hostess. The living room was beautifully decorated with fall mums. Roll call was answered by naming a national flower. During the business session conducted by Mrs. A.' A, Al'britton, -plans were completed for a rummage sale to be held on Cotton Row this Saturday Nov. 15 from 8 a.m. lo 4 p.m. Mrs. Sam Hucka'bee was made chairman of a committee appointe- ed to decorale the Hope Nursing Home for Christmas. The program '"Dri-Art" was presented by Mrs, Dahroy Spates. This program con- DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE TONITE! Sot.-Sun. DOUBLE-BARREL ACTION RAND0LM con Bring the Whole Fomily Children Under 12 Free Hit ,. - Laf f Loaded Boat 3 Wow! 'raja* * - '»*> i'" M'af "' ," .' Takf a Goncler at Kids thot jf\\\ Kffp the HoM§eK«ep§r You In Stitches,,', Aboard,,, b? the sa,m.f designated be |iey by the W*sbjngto el Pempitea^ feynty m Jbe p- w, The Pfe^Pi'i will v$\9S> s «l II jtniU? te fep smart tod to « ^:^; -; sisled bf the art <rf also how le fhake 6 jJof^poxtfH 8fid a poihahdef bail. tin. AibHUon tttfide several ifi {cresting sirftmie dtffeffcnl ws^s Id use dfied ial. Mrs. Sam Mticteabee woW place ifi the arrafigfeffiefil With ah arrafigefiieht of dfifl wt5dd ahd di-y material, Mrs. fiilij' Bah Jotibs wofi 2?id plai:d. The hostess served a desSerl jDlale lo the members and Uve guests, Mrs. Josh dhahey ahd !MfS, Bill daldweii. MB Club Meeti In Howe of Mf»s. Sseap Ride? Hiiiton .MB dlub met NdVoffibdr 10 In the home of M'rs, dsdal- fiid- ef tot ah ail day ttleetihg. iPothick was served to eight members and two guests. The meetihg Was opened by all repeating the Ht> Club Wohiah's dl'ced. The devotional, Psnlms 147» 7^20 was read 'by Sue Griffin, fol> lowed toy the Lord's Prayer. Mrs, dear-ley gave a good report on Slack Widow Spider. Mrs, Oscar Rider won the sur- prize package, The club adjourned lo meet .with Mrs. Stella Adarris Bearded for the Christmas party, Dee, 8, Mrs. Garland Medders Hostess To Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 The Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 met Monday, Nov. 10 in the home of Mrs. Garland Modders With .Mrs. Rachel Edmiaston as associate hostess. Mrs. James McLarty, president, presided and opened the meeting with the Lord's Prayer. A short business session was held at svhich lime reports were heard from the committee chairman on social relations and 'Missions, Mrs. J. W. Patterson .program leader, conducted a mosl informative discussion oh-"Literacy and Christian Literacy around the world." A love offering was taken, and the meeting closed with the Guild Benedic- lion, A delicious dessert plate was served by the hostess to 11 members. Chapter AE of PEO Meets With Mrs. Jim McKenzle .Chaipter AE 'of P.EO met on Nov. W in the home-of Mrs. Jim Mo Kenzie with 'Mrs. Carl Hinton as co-hostess. Bronze and yellow chrysanthemums were the attractive floral decorations used in the borne. The short (business session was conducted by the Chapter president, Mrs, L. B.: Tooley, after which an interesting program was presented by Mrs. Henry Haynes, It was entitled "Our Heritage of Leadership." During'the social hour, the hostesses served peaches, cake and coffee to 15 members and one guest, Miss Summer Tipps of Houston, Texas, Mrs. Eldon Steadman Entertains Fireman's Auxiliary Tuesday Lovely bronze chrysanthemums decorated the home of M'rs. Eldon Steadman when she entertained the Fireman's Auxiliary on Nov. 11. The president, Mrs, A. M. Willis, conducted the routine business meeting. A number of games were enjoyed by the members with the fol- loss'ing ladies being the winners; Mrs, J. W, Cunningham, Mrs, A, S, Willis, Mrs, Joe Hollis, Mrs, Joe Don Webb, M'rs. J. T. Barber, and Mrs, Carroll Yocorn, They were served delicious pineapple cake and coffee toy the hostess. Jaycettes Continue Story Hour . The Jaycettes will continue their story hour this Saturday at 10 a,m, at the Hempstead County Library, The stories will be for children in Legal Notice The annual school election will be hold by the qualified electors of the Spring Hill School District No. JO of Hempslead County on Sat> urday, Decom.ebr-6, 1958, between the hours of 8:00 a, m. and 6:30 p. m, The electors will vole a school tax of 30 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member to be ejected for Post No, 1 for'a period of five yea.rs, IJie polling p)aces in the district will be the same as heretofore designated, • SJQNSP; B, A, Soolc Secretary of Sghooi Nov. H, SI, 28, 1958 Legal Notice The annual sehooj election wiJ} be held by the qualified ejeptors of the Plevins School PjslriQt No. g of ffeippsteaA County on §al. W fday 4 qgcemebr §, 1958, between the hours of 8;QO a, m- and 3!3Q p, m, The glepjars \vil} vpte a, S9hooj tax of 37 mills lo be Jeyjea for W service and 'general fund fgf the pperajion of seh,oo}5 of sajd, djstrjpt .and fof one feoard memfee? to fee elected, for post $9. j °f five years The 1 §69 Lincoln reveals its clnssie design consistency by retaining its clean, long, low sweeping lines, Styling refinements include an enlarged sculptured steel scallop that extends intd the front doorman aluminum applique nt the fear quarter, and a new front grille-that extends into the headlamp area, A new wraparound bumper encloses the grille, Overall length has been reduced two inches, Lincolns will have an improved all welded unitized body that provides added strength and eliminates squeaks and rattles, the first, second and third grades. Some 43 first, second and third grade children attended the first story hour on Nov. 1, On Nov. B, stories were told to a group of fourth, fifth and sixth grade children. Stories will be given each Saturday by iriemfierg of the Jaycettes indefinitely if the children continue to show interest. Mrs, Dale Dunn and Mrs, Wayne Laffcrty will tell the stories this Saturday. A large crowd of first, second and,third .grade children is expected to attend, Brookwood ,PTA Meets In School Auditorium The Brookwood PTA met Wednesday, Nov, 32 ,in the school auditorium. Mrs, Arch Wylie, ' president, opened the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. W, O. Beene. Reports were made from the committee chairman and it was announced the school would enter a floal in the Christmas parade.' The meeting was then turned over to M'rs. Andrews' sixth grade. A' play was given on Book Week and American Education Week. 'Mrs. Fuller's 1st,grade and Mrs. Andrews' 6th grade won the room count. Hospital Notes Branch Adn-.itvcd: Mrs, Eai-ienc Fennwick, Hope. Lincolns on Display at Trading Post Classics styling refinements marked with conservative and clean lines enhance the appearance of the 1959 Lincoln and Ihe Mark IV Continental. They are now on display al The Trading Posl on Third Street. Front and rear grilles are restyled and more sleel sculpture'has been added lo the profile. Conli- nenlal has added two new models — a Limousine and a Town Car. Lincoln has continued with ils unitizcd construction for 1050 in a plant at Waxom, (Michigan; especially designed for this type of automotive manufacturing,- The plant began operations 14 months ago, Lincoln and Conlinenlul are the only cars in the .fine car field lo use Ihc inlcgraled body construc- lion method. This permits lighter Discharged: Oscar Dudney Jr. Hope. ;~ 5 Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Virgil C. Conk, Fulton; A. V. Orr, Hope; Nath Wilson, Rl. 3 Hope. •' '-Discharged: R. E, Ghormley, Emmet; Mrs. Chas. W. Wilson Jr. and baby boy, Hope. Seeks Candidates Continued From Page One Alford will take the Fifth Distrlcl congressional post of Rep. Brooka Hnys (D-Ark), which he won in u write-In campaign In the Nov, 4 election, A suit filed by John B. King, u fruit company employe, blocked the move to ptiy off Blossom"s contract. Ring's suit charged Ihc pnymcnl would be an "illegal misuse and diversion of public funds" and amounted lo collusion bclween the board and Bldssom. King's suit was filed by James L. Sloan* a former assistant stole attorney general, .11 aparently headed off .plans of a Similur move by Amis Cuthridge, ollorney for the Capital Citizens Council, King said he was not a member of any segregallonisl orgar.izution. His employer, Theo A. Dillahn Si'., Is vice president of the Capital Citizuns Council and a board member of the States Rights Council. One of King's daughters attends fitting doors, roomier interiors mid greater torsional rigidity or resistance to body twisting effects. Body rust proofing, both inside nnd out, is clone by immersing the whole body nearly 18 inches in a puinl lank. Keek sehtsrtfi 'were bus la Bieek i«6§ With the t-eslmwllon *>! the im at-d members tffeetiveni tdftlghi, (he MtHet's ' e offiees lodn? " „ \v«H-rtfils 6a llifll or the ld«fhe^s nndl »Uier e»fi- ployos wmiid Hiias « prty''pefled, the wni^flHls, \vhleh will be wUhheM until Ihd feft«l«f Prtj' dnldi covefs the p6M<Jd tif Ocl, 29 to Nov. 25. The Wnffflnl.VfttU.lt \i<l sighed by Ihs Sdlidot 'b(Wet. Now bonrd tticmbiifS , elected Ode. a'will nsMiwc oWiee'lM time to fiiiy snlnf-lcs mid Wet Hie obli' of the dUlHcl. • Soys China Creotei Vast Slove Softe SEATTLK (AP) — Secretary ot Stole Dulles »ald todrty the lentl> er.t of Communist China tire ere- allng n vast slnve stntc lo ihcren^ the power of InleHtntlottnl Comtnu. nlsm, "but II'Is hard to belluvo thai this effort will succeed," In a talk prepared for the Suttlttc Chamber of Commerce, he dc« dared: "Any despotism founded upon the drnlnl of human Values. . , ,h»s within II Ihe seeds of Us own do- structlon " He suld it Is fortunate thill eus- lodlans of China's honored eiillure —the Chinese Nntionnllsl Movenv muni on Taipei — nre beyond the reach of Communist dictators, Dulles has been presiding 1 ' over the Colombo I'lun ministers' conference on Asian economic development, ; " • Uonclao, Ark. In ,Lee County claims lo toe the wartime capi- lal of the stale. It en trie aboul in Legal Notice The annual school election will be held by the qualified clectors-of the- Palmos School' District No. 9 of Hempstead County, on S|lt- urdny, Decemebr 0,'1958, between Ihe hours of 8:00 n. m. and 6:30 p. m, Tlic elcclors will,vole a'school tax ot 27 IT Ills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board "member .to be elected for Posl No. 1 for a,period of five ycnrs. The polling' pliiccs in,the district will be the snme ns heretofore designated. SIGNED: Gnry,Formby Secretary ot School Board Nov. 14, 21, 28, 1958 , hin w«fc«<*t wis IM4, the 'state's wMw the? kept a Ltgai Notie . . . ^* __ , , , ..... __iE: . the sttmiisl sehttdi eicdtofi mil be-heia.by the gwUHed atejtofi rt the tiufcfusey school KiaiMesi 20 :«>» Hemp-stead douniy bfl urdiiy, .Deeemebr 6, 1&58, bel the hbufs of ttioo n, m, and 6m p, m. Hie elcetofs will vote a seheoi ta* of 36 wtlU Id bis levied lot dabt sfcfviee.nnd gcftcml fund tot* the oDofAllan of schools of said dislflflt. niul fttt dhc bortfd member W bd cidcldd tot Post No, i lot. a period of, five ycfli-s. The MHntf places lh the tllsli-lcb will be the same ns herotofora deslpntdd, StGMBbt It, L. Powell Secretary of School Board Niw, 14. 21. 28, 1058 J ~~~ Legal Notice The nnnunt sehoo! election wilt be held by the qualified electors ot the Hempstond County School District No. 3 of Hempstead County on Saturday, December 6, 1058, between the hours of 8:00 n. m, ntid 0:HO p. in. The elcclors will vote a school tax ot 34 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member; to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five yours. The polling places In the district will be the same as heretofore* designated, . , SIGNED: B, n. Brown .Secretary ot School Board Nov, i4, 21, 28,' 1038 ' Legal Notice , !"'?, 1 ?'l The nnnunt school election _ will be held by the qualified electors of the Saratoga' .School Dlslilct No. 9 and 11 of, Howard and Hempstead Counties on Saturday, December 6, l!)58, between the hours of 8:00 a, m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote a school tax ot 30 mills to be levicxT for general fund for the .operalion of schools of said dislr'ict and for one board member tor be elected for Post No, I Cor. a period of five years. *. ' The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore •designated, • SIGNED: Mrs, Mary S. Goodman Secretary bt School.Board Nov. 14, 21, 28, 1958 , , ' J V -ll The New Lincoln ">.--r^ &n -'' in th? , A car of,commanding app§iar§ncf. A Q^r pf classic beayty, r^abid withgwt sacrificing an ingh of §paciQusng§§-sn<i' comfert, A sar.feyiit with hij3» Th§§« are Jyst § f?w & the many R?ac"tical 'rfaggng that mak^ thp • 1i§S l»in!«9ln Jh^lstjQice for tbs§§ wh ygr^ finsst in the mst9rs§r§ they driy« The Linceln intf riorg are th« me§t §pssis?u§ and Qomfgrtaljle gf any rnctcrgar, and UncQln's engine is gn,qwe?tionably the finest ev§r installed in an aqt<?mQi?iie. Y§ti fcr s\l its rsemin? magnificent tinseln hsnsllgi 'with Enjgy th9 r^gisuring s^nfidens^ that b§i§ng§ fiyfjy t9 U'nQSln swners, Yeyr n§§rby dealer Jnvltes ypw tc ihspist the 1S§§ Unssin perecnsliy On ,M'Aja^i

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