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•> *W5SK -: v^Mi II, Wl MOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS OCIETY 7-3451 §s<w*ifi I A.M. and 4 P.M. g:; .. . ; ^Calendar ' i *..,.- fiiiiMdfs Bible Glass of the First,-Sapiist 'Chtti-eh will have a "' ristoiSs party" at the hdfh8 oJ •S<; W, M, SehoolfiJ>i Tuesday) —fit ,-lfl at fsSd JJ.rH, GcMhostesseS afe -Mrs, i*. fi, Soothe, -Mt s. .May Aileh : ahd Mrs, M, ft, '" ' i?tib Pack 92 will have their "fistmas- meeting and party, at -fOfykWood School, iJeC, 16 at f b;tft,:~Eaeh Cub .is to .bring a iOc ijteseriti gift wrapped fot' eMchan* fefed. ••Refreshments will be .Hempstead doiirtty Class' daqhers will have a dinnef itieeting at the Diamond Cafd oft Ttlcsiday,. Dec, 1C at 1 jj,m. y rhe Couple's No. 1 Sunday School ss' of the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church will have their Christ- tnas 'meeting Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 7:'30 p, m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Edward Key; Jr., on the Columbus road. Elder A. D. Living'^ton .will bring the devotional. All 'members are urged"to come and bring a friend, No, 12 will meet Tuesday, tide. 16 at f fSO j3i m. at the Home ot Mrs. E", £> e-Neat with Mi-s. eiyde cat* lee ahd Mrs, G, I3i T'aylOr" ds Gifts will be The Soswoijolitaii club will meet in the home of Mi's, Teddy Jones Tuesday, Bee, Id at 1 p. m, with Mrs. R, & Jackson, Mrs. Mamil* ton ana Mrs, ft. L, Broach as M« hostesses. M«. 8HSMI8 Hdfl fWmbig giub 5fi 'Mr§. tfha-flig MflfS was hostess to- (he Thlfrifcle- t?iut -tfheh it met for its Chrisfcrhas Party cm Friday, i>ec. iI2. Holiday decorations in HIP horiie carried out the color scheme of white aftcl gold. iMerhbefs dtew haities to deter- mlHe where their birthday dinners Would be held iri tile earning year, arid they also exchaiiged gifts. The hostess served fruit cake Wilh whiptjed ci-elirh and coffee or dold drihks lo 12 rne-tttbers (present. The Jayceltes will have a Christ* rnan party and politick dinner Tuesday, Dec, Id at 1 p, m. in the horrie of Mrs. Dale t5unn with Mrs. Lynn Harris, Mrs. Don LaPantasid ahd Mrs. Harold Knight as co' hostesses. 1 The,'American.Legion Auxiliary " . . ,'. I V • ,_ , SAENGER LAST NITE — 6:30 - 9:00 Wednesday ONLY ".' The Japanese Horror ;' ' Show that : Has ]' Terrified Movie Audiences< All Over .America! ,"• • , ASKY-HORROR 200 MILLION h. \ YEARS OLD / , O-' \ hurtk.. // /// ^^TECHNICOLOR T ~ 'r ^ r^ *. ^ i*> , f «-ALSO; Cortoon & Comedy ^iw^Vw^^f'-o-'vv? r ,*, Tins and Ambassador Classes of Gat-rctt Memorial Church will have a joint meeting at the hoine of Mrs, Guy Watkins Tuesday, £> c c. 1C wilh Mrs. Waddle Cunningham as co-hostesses. The DeAnn Lilac Garden Club will have a Christmas party, Tuesday, Dec, 16 at 7 p. m, in the home of Mrs. Jewel Burke. Mrs. Autrcy Taylor will .bring the Christmas story. There will be an, exchange of gifts by all who attend the party and a prize will be given for the prettiest Wrapped package. Wednesday, .December 17 The pupils of Mrs. C. C. McNeill will have a piano party in the Garland school auditorium on Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 4 p, m. HBS Met Beeembef 8 the Mihtoii ttt) Club met pec. 8 'at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Stella fiearden for their Christmas .party. fioll call was answered by 13 (rnerhbers with "What Christmas iM'eans To iMe." Tlie club sang Christmas carols. The devotional as given by Mrs. .Monroe Kent, who read Matlhe%v 11. and Mrs. 'Stella Bearden led in prayer. After the 'business session, the club gathered around a lovely decorated Christmas tree and exchanged gifts, After gifts were opened, each •member drew .for a secret pal. The hostess served 'fruit cake and coffee to 13 members and four visitors. There will be a Parent Education Program in the Paisley School' auditorium 'at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Thursday, December 18 The Harmony Bible class of First Christian Church will have their Christmas dinner at the Diamond Cafe Thursday, Dec. 18 at 7 p. m. Gifts valued at $1,00 will be exchanged. Hope Chapter No, 328 Order of the Eastern Star will hold its regular meeting Thursday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p. m. Following the meeting our annual Christmas party will be held and each member is asked to bring a $1.00 gift for exchange. The annual Christmas play of the Patmos School will 'be presented Thursday, Dec, 18 at 7 p.m, in the school auditorium, This will take the place of the regular PTA meeting for December, All mem- 'bers> and friends ai e invited, Melrose HD Club Enjoys Christmas Party The Melrose Home Demonstration 'Club had its annual Christmas iParly on Dec," 9 in the home of iM'rs. C F, Wiggins. Beautiful yuletide decorations were in evidence everywhere, 'from the lovely mantle to the traditional Christmas tree. The devotion was given 'by the hostess, followed with prayer toy Mrs. Margaret still. The group repeated the (HD .Club creed in unison. Secret pals ss'cre revealed and names were drawn for 1959 secret pals. After gifts were exchanged, the group sang Christmas carols under the direction of Mrs.- Gwen Allen, Refreshments of fruit cake, coffee and hot chocolate were served to I'l members and one 'guest, Mrs. Lorraine Wylie. Oglesby PTA will meet Thursday, IDec. 18 at 3 .p.m. in the school auditorium, The students will pro- sent a Christmas story, The executive meeting will be at 2:30, Friday, December 19 There will be a formal dance for the freshman and sophomore classes of Hope High School at the Hope Country Club on Frilay, Dec. 19, from 8; 30 to 11 p, m, Hosts and hostesses are: Mr, and Mrs, J, W. Franks, Mr. and Mrs, Binford McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seamans and Mr, and Mrs. Kelly Bryant, Jackie Lawrence Easterllng Honored With Birthday party Mr, and Mrs. iLawren.ce Easterling honored their son, Jackie with a party on his 'fifth birthday on Saturday afternoon. The home was gaily decorated with colored balloons and party Japanese paper lanterns, which hung in the doorways and from the light fixtures throughout each room. Games were played and prizes won by Delia 'Lynn Jordan, Rhonda Neal and Judy Suzanne .Robertson. Pictures were made during the (party. The children- 'gathered around a 'beautiful lighted Christmas tree where Jackie .opened his. many nice gifts. Comic Books were given as favors, Refreshments of ice cream and cake 'and cold drinks were served. iMrs, -Easterling was assisted by her sister, Mrs, 'Autrey Anderson, iPrescolt, Mrs. J. W. 'Robertson and Mrs. J. L. Neal, Saturday, December 20 'All 7th and 8th grade students arc invited to a Christmas dance at the Hope Country Club Saturday, Dec, 20 at 7:30 p.m. until 10;00 p,m, Chaperones are Mr, and Mrs, Lamav Cox and Mr,, and Mrs, Fred (Ellis, "*"" **T ka »'-'i < From Hollywood ONE DAY ONLY _ Thursday, Dec. 18 -j ','>/, i " ,' '" 4;15 , w, — Evening 8;90 THECOMEDYSTAB »A« IMIUAUIPr •" » u t »ui nin^t we* . Lf »^n««rrt a nn IfkV'A/ Rev, Sorreils Guest Speaker For John Cain Chapter of DAR The 'Hev, Ruftis Sorreils addressed members of John Cai7i Chapter at the regular December meeting in the private dining room of the Diamond Cale, His subject was "The Fruit of Freedom." His definition of a free man is a man who may cftoose his course oi action; a slave or a prisoner may not do so, The first fruit of freedom then, -is 'Responsibility; ifor ones actions and to his fellow man, his community and his country. He pointed out the secondary fruits as Prosperity, Peace and Happiness, growing out of the first fruit of Responsibility, Mrs. R, E, 'Cajn was in charge of the program and introduced the guest speaker, 'Mrs, Charles -^ocke and Mrs. lbur Jones decorated the .table with silver pine cones and 'berries, corn'bined with .green pine wreales, The centerpiece he]d }'cd candles in a stand to represent a Christmas tree. At each .place was a Cliristroas Corsage of 'Holly leaves and berries, Th.e other hostesses were 'Mrs. Bettie Pobson and Mrs. Paul Junior Baffpdll Garden <?lub Has Meeting The Jynior Dafodil Garden Cliito met' Friday afternoon in the Pais- Jey school auditorium. The meetjng opened with si,t)glng jliriglc Rel}s, after which the pledge was given. Mrs, Brents read two Ch.iisirnas storips, 'At the conclusion of the meeting cokes 'and cookies were seryed by the leaders. • ^Uj-agtive ba/gs, of fruit, candy and outs were giyen to ea.eft mem- $9 'Q(V t -l»'Jonday, ..pep, 3 at- '1?:30 ircle ^ of WWS me^ in the Home of (Mrs. Pi-yon Hefner with 19 mem'bers and three guests, Mrs. Rulus porvc^s, IMJ'5. Charles pen- $m\ and Mrs. yieH' Henderson an4 ^WOyed a de|ipipus lujicheon, ' -^he H,efncr hq,n^e' was ibe^iit4ful}y igegorgted in lh§ (Christmas motif iqvely 'arvanggmcnts of red Qji|ls were c.sch^ngccj an4 mem- V? pjaqea }oy 4 e, Qflerings at tho >f e , of a money tree ' For Chrigtmas Seals Allies Reject Pat Bootie sings for Christmas Seals hi a special transcribed radio show. He Urges everyone to buy more Senls this year to fight tuberculosis, Mrs. Thompson Evans, Jr. Molds Open House Open House was held iby Mi/S. Thompson Evans, Jr. in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, on iDccembor 14. Though il wasn't Christmas yet, Santa Clairs was sitting on the front porch soaking his feet which were apparently tired 'already. Inside, the home was decortaed with dubonnet and pink carnations, The mantle held an arrangement of these flowers and a Christmas wreath of pink net and colored balls. The dining table, covered with 'a white lace cloth, was centered with a crystal epergne which held dubonnet and pink carnations, and pink candles. Punch was served to the guests at alternate hours by Mrs. Mike Kelly 'and MVs. Charles •Graham. In like manner, Mrs, J'ack -Lowe and Mrs. (Byron Hefner 'presided at the coffee service. Assisting in serving dainty refreshments were Miss Ann Cole, Miss Gcorgeanne iLowe, Miss Jeannie i.owe. Mrs. Jess Davis, Mrs. A. ID. 'Bra/man, Sr., and Mrs. Roy (Jones. Mrs. George Frazier, Mrs. Jud IMartindale and Mrs. Dale Jones- dispensed hospitality throughout the afternoon, and Misses Betsy and Nancy M'artindale had change of the guest .'book. Roses, candles, and carnations in a dark shade of red decorated other rooms in the Anderson home. Acting as hosts in the den were Jack 'Lowe, Mike Kelly, jByron Hefner, Dale Jones and iLuther Hollamon. Out-of-tosvn guests for the Sunday afternoon "social were Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClendon of Lewisville, Mr. and 'Mrs. James iPenney, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hervey, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Willis, all of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Shults, Mr. and (Mrs. Lacnar Williams, Mr. and MVs, Otis Blackwood, all 'of-Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. -Harold Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. iHerbcrl Stephens of 'Blevins, Mrs, Joe Martindale of Killeen, Tex., and ,E, 'R. Alston of Lawton, Okla. J*iem Pate work at ah exptii level oh Clef* inaft reuhifiealiori, with a summil meeting the eveMuai goal. iMos- co\\' ffepeatediy has i-efiised \o discuss reunification, saying thg Communist feast deritian i-egirrW must Bt-rnrigc this With West OcN Ivuny. West Germany rthd the Blj} Three refuse to deal with the safc elllio regime nnd sfiys Obf-rnany Can be Unified only by tree el<50' Jlohs tliroughout the divided no" lion. NATO St'di-elnry deiieral Pnui- Mcnri Sjjnak snid it Whs Very likely that the ministers would discuss various phtns to separate troops facing each other along' thd Iron Curtain, Including the En- pacUi plan for a eenlfnl European zone free of nuclear weapons Should the Western iiotes Indicate willingness lo discuss the en* tire area of cold war strategy without any prior conditions, this might meet with Soviet sympathy Meanwhile, American diplomat' ic nnd military planners were reviewing how to deal with Die Hus- sians and TSnst Germans should Khrushchev carry otil his Nov. 27 threat. He said if the Berlin free city plan was not accented, tho Soviet Union would give 15iisl Germany control over Allied access to West Berlin, which lies 110 miles inside the Communist slate. DOROTHY DIX Diverge Saffle§ Youngster of 14 fionr BoraUiy t)l*s 1 ttlttss il's odd for you Id have H-yenr-old boy nsklhjf fidvldc •but t nftt W deep trouble* SeVfft years ngo .my purenls wci-e diwe* . As 'I rctnembdf baddy* M was loys very fldcid to MCI while another tiCVdr lidd llrtte for llle house nnd regarded sue ns rt iiuis- aiicc. She rerhtifTied niw) my stop* fnlher wns licvcr nice to me, the only reason, .fin sure*, thflt my Eastern Star Installs New Officers 'Mrs, Lena Mary man was installed as worthy matron of Wopc Chapter No. 328, Order of the 'Eastern Star Friday night in an impressive ceremony, She used ag her theme, "The Isle of "Love", using the Star points to exemplify the ceremony, Mrs. Sam (Huckabee sang Holy Wight accompanied by Vieki Bruce. •An open installation of officers was held with Mrs, iMary Elizabeth Scbenek, iposl matron of IHope Chapter as installing matron, Mrs. 'Julia Watkins, Marshall; Mrs. IMae Beaty of Emmett, chaplin and Mrs, Rose Luck, organist. The following officers -will serve for the ensuing year, Ted M'aryman Worth patron, Bettye White, associate matron; James Co'bt), associate ipatron; Jack Porter, secretary, Jewell Cdbb, treasurer, Lauc. nip Barber, conductress; lina IrvJn associate conductress, Mamie Gentry, chaplin, Yera Jjeeves, Marshall; Andres Green-Jee, Organist. Bedia Carver, Adah; Christine Warmach, -Rtjth; Helen 'Rateltfr, Esther; Margaret Mc- FurJand, Martha; Lucille England, Elecla; VeJina Goss, 'Warder* and W, J3. MgFarland, Sentinel, Coming and Gging 'Mrs. David iDavis ' will leave Thursday for 'Powoll, • Wyoming spend Christmas with M r - snd Mrs. James Coyner and phildren, Dorothy Lee and L?onnle, CMU'S. jCoynor will be remembered as Florence Davis. iM'r, and Mrs. 354 Hussejl of Lexington, Ky. have arrived heye to spencj Christmas wjth her par- outs, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett story. 'Mi - . and Mrs, pougjas RraKc ol Little Rock spent the sveekond in -Hope with /Mr, and Mrs, Qqrretl Story and Mrs. "£5. J. Drake, who is a patient in a , local' Capt. and Mrs.' Joe J$artindale and scuii 4Joe of j^ijleen, *fex. a,rp spewing the holidays wiih Hr- and . •"Tli niiftigture .tr#e was mado l ibriAcJi with ?5 Pits wrapped jn Jndi\'i4ueil ved ' and iiyir: and M.rs. s. MVs.' I4Ud,re4 Sweet- reiurned to hej' horne.iri Santa ^Monica.,", Calif., last 'W&ek after spending '• days jwith, her mother, "^f "' U'c^fnd Jypstfc ; '||ipi!pj.9nriimrny , w|iqi ,is •' r-«mcj}j^>i lQw|*lH,U\i^--, " iw ^M?ii34,^*iSfe|;5^ '''"iMI v ; l \^S^!%' j-? c "',.jr . iii/i House Decision Continued From Page One me in the July 29 primr.vY." which Was won by Hays. That there wera numerous irregularities in voting and counting ballots Ln Pulaskt County, In which Little Rock is located, nnd that there were other law violations In the campaign. That stickers used by Alforrt supporters to place Alfortl's name on the ballot were illegal, and UVH in some cases they were illegally handed to voters along with thu ballots. In a brief rebuttnl, Alford snlcl he believed he was honestly eJect. ed, "I have no desire to be sentcl in this great body unless I "tun placed there honustly by Uit> people of my district," he said .;Alford said he.had no objection to. -an investigation but that It should include all six counties In Arkansas' Fifth District, not just Pulaski. He said that he had no explanation for Wells' testimony that in some Pulaski County precincts thV tot&l recorded vote exceeded the nurhber which election (books in- tis.t,Hospital Jn Little .Rock, 'Mrs, Henry Viswai rind daughters accompanied Mrs. Harry Hawthorne home t for the holidays, following Mrs. Hawthorne's visit with the Viswat family in Middlesex, New Jersey, Hospital Notes Memorial Admitted: Keith Byrd, Hope; iM'rs, Jerry Johnson, Hope; Jack iFeildlrvg, Hope; W, C. (Brunei- Jr, Hope; Mrs. David T3. Wray, Rt, A Hope, Discharged: Rosie Loo Jones and •baby girl, Rt. 3 Hope; Minnie Howard, Fulton; L. V. Sharpley Rt. 3 Hope; Karl 'Uim'bright, Rt. 2 Hlope, Mr.' and Mrs, Jerry Johnson of Hope announce the arrival of a baby girl, Dec, 15, 1958, lyir, and Mrs. .David B. Wray of |RI, 4 'Hope announce the arrival of a-b'alby boy Dec, 15, 1058. GOP Peace Offer Will Be Rejected By ERNEST B. VACCARO WASHINGTON (At 3 ) — Soli. John Shermnn Cooper of Kentucky today predicted rejection of n peace offer by Sen. Styles tJrldScs of New Hampshire in a brewing battle over Republican leadership In the Senate. Bridges, chairman of the Senate OOP Policy Committee, Voiebd hope something con be worked out to avoid splitting Senate Repub» llcnnsf whose strength hns been cut to 34 by the Democratic election sweep last month, j But 'Cooper pledged ti "no com' promise" fight. Cooper Is'one of 10 Republican senators who voted unanimously Monday ,to offer their own candidates for GOP iflooi' leader ancf 'four other party leadership posts, including the one Bridges hpldR, The 10, who claim additional support in the Senate, are strong backers of Eisenhower foreign policy. Most 1 consider themselves liberals, although lenders of the insurgent, group backed away from any such tag for their movement. Bridges, the senior Senate Republican, is backing Sen. Everett M, Dirksen of Illinois lo succeed retiring Sen, William F.. Knowland Of California as Republican floor leader. Like Knowland, Bridges frequently has differed with the Eisenhower administration on some phases of its foreign policy. Dirkson, regarded as a conservative, has in recent years been » .backer of much of President Eisenhower's foreign policies. Told of the Cooper group's action, Bridges said he hoped differences could be adjusted before the Republican caucus meets In January to elect officers, ^ "I hope something can be worked out so there will be soinc representatives of all elements in (he leadership," Bridges said In talking 1 ,with -newsmen, Bridges said he thought Dirksen was the logical choice for COP floor leader. But he said ho would accept Sen. Thomas H. Kuclicl of California, one of the insurgents, as COP whip, That's tho post Dirksen now holds, But this got a cold reception from Cooper. "We have made our decision," he said in an julerview. "That decision is we are going to make a fight for the leadership svilh no compromise, We are going th submit our slate and that includes the post of floor leader." The group has not yet picked .•my specific candidates, but is expected to do. so when il meets again Dec. 30. dicalcd were cast. Alford said he believed an In-- vcsligation of ths election would increase his margin. me of ketst WJ for the stmtwrt money shB dot frorri >rtiy fnlher. New she's tUvSM- Brf «inth nrtd We're Hvln* wHll Shy gtinndtlnrerits. They nil Jinle illy MtliCf nhci lire sctlfirHlflfl !t) Set a tol «f money ffmti him, t hear them tttlk «t niBht when I'm in tocti, Although 1 haven't seen my iffllhc? for several ycrtrs, I khbiV he'd be glad Id hnVc ttlC and J wnhl to live \vlth him. Every- 'bttdy hei-c Is So fUdrtn, Sliqtlld f write lo my fnthee? «- Butch. Deal- Butch; As the child of fl broken home, you've hnd lo grow up much fnster titnn most kids, nnd yrtii mtist fnce n lot of hni-sh fftcts tluit tlohH enlet 1 the lives of olhof chdcli-cn. You are doing n lot of wishful thinking nnd you may bo more out of the present tlinn It nclunlty tlesdrvcs. What imnkcs you think iDnd wnnls you or woiild /be \vllltntf to nee*pt you? Apparently nelthor parent Is particularly Interested In your welfare — which Is the chief unpleasant .fuel you must fnce nnd evaluate. Take a chance, write to your father, give the details of your unhappy life nnd see If he shows aiiy Incllnntlon to change It. It he doesn't nil you can dp Is wait — igrow up, get us tmich education as your folks will give and learn to handle difficult situations. Perhaps your unfortunate childhood Will be tin nssel. iM'ore people nre spoiled by .easy living thnti iby overcoming hardships. Keep up your courage, lind you'll bo n man anyone would be 1 proud to acknowledge as a son. 3»d Jttsl tales itor •! £ ahy- <fthw wsie'i leltef i >-l _... ff&m hi* airlift! fitlle , 0$ Dfftft nioffi,ifcje t ialfcma .sows Md'the ' "" '""" „„,.. borolhy BiSd My Stcndy is slaUoticd taf nfid iwt« cohrdsptond reRlilflnJ ddestt'l know it but il have .„ to loV(! him very • rttticrii f trlWc.v. fcotiAlfliuMy about (marrying Mfft ..Y^.™ ibul the joker is thnt he rfotfslijt'. >j| ibetldvrj IH ftiariaee. Sto khwvS le8? ^ i| ittiiifiy people who have; feeen dl^'^^wa vwcctl. Should i tell him how f -,./• fed? — J. it.. iJcrti- J. Sj.i 'Jt won't ftlnkd . difference lo him, tic's Hot *.,,. ^ (love find is using this wotttoUf f ±M ibli about "not .believing In love.'^^f Tlint line, my tlenf, was old be 1 " -;;4| tfore movies could speak, Ybur, .•?*£ only chnhec Is lo ibe so toowllchlng^<i' thnt he Hishcs you to the altar, '>• '<- — ' ^ Send your prabk-m lo Dorothy/ - ,v ftlx. Be sure lo enclosed n stamp'> \«*$ ed, sclf'tiddressod. envelope nhd t ' ki ^ address her 111 care ot Hope dl "" v " i V\-t tl - &a m i Xletjion « (lit eutfilj—ti»i» Dcnr Dorothy Dlx: . 1 suppose all girls have UMd lies tout not like the one I've told. (Last summer' I visited friends out of state. Just to .uouti'l important, 1 told them 'I wsis going steady with n -boy who owns a new car, Now one of my friun'ls is iilimning to come down npxt month and Is looking forward to meeiliiK'my steady, What can t do? — -'Prlscllla Dt:ar Priscilla: Toll her you •brokp oft .and It hiirta even to mention his Mime, so will she 'please change the subji'C't, She'll probably rcall/c it wis n fairy tale but to help you save face, she'll .pretend to ibelleve you. Dear Dorothy Dix: 'My father is a hopeless case when it comes lo boys. He hmcs every boy who 'calls me nnd 'flips Jiis wig if J suggest going -on u XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that are ' Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE" Shop The Fashion Shoppe 112 S. Main 7-5150' BROWNIE CAMERA :KIT,f/2.3 Genuine Kodak movie kil^ ^ at this low,- tow price/, • • jj Cr«Ql learn lor indoor-outdoor -f m .M ' •*»!*«-•$' \$s% i4^* i^H •toyit-moking, Thit handsomely * packaged outfit includet -tti« ; J 4«tuxe-modet Browni* Movie I Camera with (ait f/2.3 lent and c j Ik* Brownie 2-lamp Movie light. V.I eoinplele will) • reflector (lood.jj, fC lampi. Tiller Board for eaiy 4'^-a lit|«-moking also includedf ' S 1 '"^ All for $39.95 YOUR KODAK AGENT * ' " V S' Ward & Sonrf , Druggist, , * • Courtesy,* Quality • Service-^. 102 West 2nd Phone 7-22921«' We wish to rake rhis.opporrunify to express our thanks for the flowers, cards, and every other expression of sympathy extended to us during our recent sorrow, May God bless each of you. , , r* | . The Family of George 0. East DO YOU HAVI A BOY SCOUT OR CUB SCOUT AT YOUR HOUSE GIVE HIM A UNIFORM OR EQUIPMENT COMPLETE UNIFORM JUST OVER $10.00 BINOCULARS $2,95 CQPK KIT , , , $3,75 CANIHN . $2.50 - $3,00 FUS'HUGHT,,.,$l,9B SCO;U!F KNI«, v$1.50 TeUI$GOFJE,',,r$1.25' 'CHPW SET ,..$.1.85 AXE,,,,,$445 HAVERSACK . $3.45 HIKE BAG ,,,, $2,75 SHEATH KNIFE , ,$2,75 CUB LIGHT, ,,, $1,25 CUB KNIFE,,,, $1,45 R&DJQ KIT,,, $$W COMPASS 1,15-1,50 CO f JN PURSI . 9?c ITEMS AYA1UHE nes§ss9iy when

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