Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 23, 1954 · Page 9
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Hope, Arkansas
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HOPE &TAR»~HOPE» A Pridoy, Juty Friday, Jiily 53, 1954 STAR, MOP I, ARKANSAS , ,is fty Authority here. Hi<s job is to measure offices for secretaries (arid secffetaries for offices), and after" a national survey ot the field he dame" i<p with this ooscrvation: "The average secretary today cat) accomplish more work in two hours thart one in the Gibson gbl lUiHHU^^^^^^^J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Mtt^^M^^^MWMMm^ ^CORRECTION finii^tte Dfiftlt M'* wos adverti! lay*¥dT for Se thft s (PlTTE have been MIX « * • GRO. & Mkt. 24-29; old roosters 13.0-14; capon!cites 27-30. Sf- LOUI SLlVESfbCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS.^ 111. j """Butter sceady; receipts 1,235.981: " " """'"" wholesale buying prices unchanged; P3 score A A 50.5: B2A 5P.5; 90 B 54; 89 C .',U; cars 90 B 54.5; 89 C Jones Would Continued from Page One Faubus, a third candidate crilicixed Cherry's tax assessment UP) — Hog-.-. 53,000; fairly active: weights over 190 Ita 25-40 higher; lighter weights strong, to 25 higher; saws steady; choice 180*250 lh £225-75; 200-240 Ib mostly 22.50 Up; 250-270 Ita 21.50-22.5; fow 8019.75-1.00; 150-110 Ib 20.25 &00 Ib 22.25; •*" t • ---- , lb17.2.vl950; 31. Eggs irregular; receipts 9,680; wholesale buying pricesunchanged TO LOV/E.R: U. S. large 44-46; U mediums ,.,. S . standards 34; 24.43; jiu-jiu j" Ji.—»- • ,_ .mediums f ii; u. o. stnnnari 400 Ib down 15.75-17.73, few 18.00; | curront re ceipts 30; dirties heavier sows 12.0-14.75; boars 9..-)0. . ,. Now ffuy Your Beef at Special PRICES *M0UR;St;AR or PREMIUM f .. 50c uarter . . . Ib. 30c Good Native BEEF .Side pf Beef . . Hind Quarter . , Front Quarter . , Ib. 31e Ib. 38c Ib. 24e BOTHER SPECIAL CUTS AVAILABLE 1 e Locker & Processing Co. __$UftE — BE SAFE Elect TOM MIDDLEBROOKS Your Next Sheriff t^T 1 : f "1 $:T*«r? experience as an off leer. 10.00. Cattle 850, calves GOO; generally active and prices firm; small lots d and choice butcher yearling? 18.00-22.00; utilily 'and commercial 11.00-17.00; -olilily and commercial 11.00-17.00; utility and commercial cows 9.50-12.00; canncrs and cutters 7.00-9.50; bulls 50 lower; utility and commercial ll.F.0-13.00; cannor and cutter bulls 8.00-11.00; heavy iV.t bulls 10.00: vcalbrs steady; hiph choice and prime 19.00-20.00; pood and choice 14.00; 1800; commercial rncl lov; good 10.00-13.00; culls 7.00-R.. Sheep 70; steady *.r;ule throughh cut; good to prime spring lambs ' 18.00-21.50; top 21.50 for several lots : mostly prime grades; considerable number utility and good 15.00-17.00; most feeder throwouls 1400-15.00, lew 15.00; buck throw- outs mainly 12.00; few litsht culls 10.00; extremes below; slaughter ewes 3.00-1.Gd; checks 24. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO .(*! A steady and quiet tdhe prevailed tfi grains on the Board of Trade today in contrast with ihe excited markets of other days this week. Gains of fractions to a couple of cents were rung up oarly in the day, roybeans showing the HONEST CAPABLE Thanks/ EFFICIENT >""/',' , / MIPPLEBROOKS iTOR'o'F HEMPSTEAD COUNTY Pbl. Adv. Paid for by Tom Middlebrooks ..-.-.... wiest upturn. These were cut sliehtly toward the finish. Wheat wns aided by expert business, Soybeans staged a technical iccovcry after tw6 flays of sharp shake outs. Wheat closed %• higher, September $2.10'/z-, corn y 4 - 3 /i high- or, September $1.60 ••!'», oats % lower, September 72, rye Vi- 1/2 higher, September $1.15%, and soybeans 2</ 4 to 4 cents higher September $3.03'/ 2 -$3.03. Cash wheat: No. 2 yellow hard 2.15'/ 2 ; . No. 2 mixed .2.08V4-12I/4; No. 3 2.08%; No. L red 2.00: Orva for governor 10 per cent amendment. A fourth candidate, Gus McMi- ien, continued a four-day swing through south and west Arkansas with no schedued speeches, Faubus said- Cherry's tax pro r posal would put on unbearable burden Upon taxpayers. "A vote for Cherry is a vote, for the 100 per cent lax amendment" he declared The proposal Calls for 100 per cent valuation of p'roper'ty for tax purposes puts a ceiling on the millage which can be levied bars the slate from the properly tax field and .requires an election on any milage changes Cherry soys he pushed the amendment through 'the Legislature "because 1 said I'd. let the peope vote on it." The people can decide by ballot in November what tlioy want to do with the measure, the ROVOI- 3 Killed in New Jersey Explosion HIGHTSTOWN, N. J.. (INS) Three persons were repr.rted killed and three injured in an explosion today at the Unexcelled Chem- ican Company plant in Highstown One of the buildings of the plant Was said to have blown up. A column of black smoke \v;is visible for fifteen miles. Firemen from nearly localities were rushed to the scene. Cause of the explosion was not immediately known. Last Friday 11 person? wore killed and 50 injured in chain-reaction explosions at the Kent Manufac ;uring Company munition plant at rjhestertown, Md. The same day thre men were killed In explains at the Melrose Fireworks Company near Chicago. nor said. "It hns no part in the cam paign," he said. To My Friends and Neighbors In Hempstead County I would appreciate very much your vote for my son ROYCE WEISENBERGER On Juiy 27 and August 10. Thanks very much, Mrs. Stella J.Weisenberger Pol. Adv. Pd. for by Mrs. Weisenberger SOCIETY V Pbofl* 74411 B*twMt I A< M. tni 4 P. U. Ust Church will hold a regular monthly meting at the home of street. Monday .night, 7:30 with Mrs.' Ernest' Cobb as co-hostess. IIS WEEK-END AT SCOTTS ' • "• i House Shoes is a,summer shoe in blue or red plaid. Sizes 4 to 9. 1 ' 77c NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK UP) — Thu.stock market went ahead today in a faltering mannc-r-after-its big zoom up yesterday. Stfeels ; 'were'strong in some m- slart'ces," but'there was profit-taking apparent.. They were standout yesterday on merger rumors. Gains and losses spread out over a range of around .2 pcitiis but most : changes were small. Merger rumors concerned Bethlehem Steel and Youngstown Sheet &, Tube, which were strong yesterday ami -maintained their advantage' today. "Follansbeo Steel, linked , with unidentified financial unterests, also was well ahead. POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO W— USDA — LQive poultry steady; receipts 733 coops; f. o. b. paying prices unchanged to '/> higher; heavy hens 16.5-18.5; light hens 14-15; fryer.-,,or broilers No 07%. s 2 3.07 -08 Corn: No. 1 yellow No. 2 1.63V&-G4; No 3 No. 3 2.06—- l.G3'/i- C2'/ 2 ; No. 4 1.59 ; sample grade 350-58'/ 2 . Oats No. 2 mixed 71; Nc. 1 heavy white 73 a /i-7ti; No. 1 $100 and n tax credit of cent on dividend income; white 74 -75%; No. 2 73'/a-74- No. 3 69'/ 2 . Soybeans: none. Barley nominal 60; feed 90-1.05. C malting 1.10- NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK W) —Cotton futures were irregular in slow dealings today. Late afternoon prices werp 15 cents a 'bale higher to 15 cents lower thai the previous- close. Opt 24.30, Dec. '34.47 and Miirqh 34.04. „„,..„,..,,-, Doll today, J50c dovyn ahd payments will hold your doll till Christrpas "" generation could in nn.entire day. Physically, she }s' smaller in size, and in the-' office occupies ' one third the amount of space given her sister of 22 years ago." A thrifty bachelor can see tho cbvious advantages here: If hs marries one of the n5v/ pony-model secretaries she will eat less lood and fit in a smallor a iart- 9.98 Ladies Shorts .. . In 10 to 20, 88c Cotton Plisse Half Slips small, medium and large. rnent than say a ' buxom v;eigiitlifter or the center on all-girl basketball team. And, of course, if he want keep his bride on ,thc job while e himself stays homo and ; pur- ues his hobbies, he won't ovcr- ook the fact that secretaries have • ~ al- lady an 77c •#?fj"*t3<*-^fi \ saying: Committee ... • •' • ' -; / . ._. 'Continued from Page Ofte , McClellan said he had not, as McMath has charged, yot4d ; for Social Security coveragelfor members of Congress. .'• ., And, he said,-he had not opposed Social Security for the totally;-disabled — another MpMa'th Charge. McClellan , declared j that i McMath had been repudiated byj Arkansas voters and said wiqs#cn|mer governor v \vss, not wiHnig to ^submit his record for scrutiny. , "He is very eager for ^you ' to forget his record," McClellan said- McClellan, warming up . as he went along, spoke fromi the court liouse square here. Earlier he had been n. g.liest (it Today he had a later-afternoon a barbecue at- nearby Wilson. directly from the tax bill they otherwise would pay. A man with $10,000 ii'.come from dividends could gut 'a tax cut of slightly more than $400. This was a compromise between a mor liberal House plar which would have allowed a deduction of 10 per- and a more restricted Senate provision which would have permitted, only the $50 exclusion. Tho compromise version is expected to cost the Treasury about 204 million dollars; the first year and 3G3 millions annually wher. it takes full effect. The bill, running almost 1,000 pages, revamps almost every tax law on the books, a I least technically. Ho'wtver it does not change major rates. It permits scores of new or big- It permits scores of new or bigger deductions for medical expenses, depreciation, retirement income, child-care expenses, dependents who make more than $600, sick benefits, soil conservation outlays, and other items. Both Senate and Houso Republican leaders foresaw easy approval nevt week.' Calendar Monday July.. 26 W, S; C. S. Circle 5.of the First Methodist church will meet Monday, Jiily 20, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. LaGrone Williams, with Mcsdames Sam Hartsfiekl, John Pierce, and Steve Bader as co-hostesses. Mrs. Winston Monts will have charge of the program, and Mrs. Wayne Russell will give h'e, devotional. All members having birthdays in Juno or July are. reminded to bring their weight and birthday pennies for the Life Membership Fund. A full atlcud- <? is urged for this meeting. Sunday School Lesson 11| The Lou Demie and Jeanellc Hunker Junior G. A. of the First Baptist church will 'meet at the home of .Mrs. Hervey Holt on Monday morning, July 20, at 9:30. Tho Senior Ladies Auxiliary of the Unity Baptist church will meet at 2 p. m. Monday. The V. W. A. of the First Baptist church will meet at the church nt 7:15 Monday night. Betty Chamberlain will have charge of the program. The Workers' Sunday School r.lnss of the Garrelt Memorial Bap- Tuesday July 27 Kathleen Mallpry Circle of the Fir.st Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Jewel Moore, Jr., 823 East 7th, Tuesday. July 27, atj 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Woodard Cox witt | present the program entitled. "Seed j ear]y disciples ln brin ging others By William E. Gllroy D. E>. , The chief fruilfulness lhat marks .the Christian as a disciple of Christ |and in glorifying God (John 15:8) 'is following the example of the Time in the Phillipines." All mem-1 iiers are urged to attend. We the Citizens of McNab want... ROY LEWIS FOR CONSTABLE Pol. Adv. Paid for by J. C. Finigan, McNab B. C. Green, McNab get. >retty good take-home pay ^ liough of course they don't What they deserve. "Executive secretaries have • an average salary ranging from' $50 n week in Alabama," soys Wald, HP $82 in Tulsa. They average $7n n Lps 'Wn.tieles: :and $72 in New York," : ••''--• •'•••' All of which boils down to the follpwing 'sensible tip to any sensible bachelor: ' "Dpn't let your boss marry nis secretary. She's too good for him. Beat him <-o the punch. -Marry her speech scheduled .at Van and a night speech scher.duled at Fort Smith, both on the opposite side of .ih'e "state from'Dsceola. Your Vote qnd Support- Will Be Apprecioted ; Elcc* W. B. "Bill" Rugglcs Your Sheriff and Ex-Officio Collector Hempstead County Pd. Pol. Adv.- Paid for by ': ' W. B. "Bill" Ruggles VOTE FOR FOR 4th D i ' A Vote for Robert Hollinger-is a Vote for Keeping Segregation in Our Public Schools. Robert Hollinger is the ONLY Candidate for Congressman who is pledged to wprjc for, and fight for the preservation of separate schools for White children and Colored children. Polilal Advertisement Paid For by Robert Hollinger Security yourself," As a matter of fact, if the boss .rvo n 4i*i*v»*»^ —- — -• — • . t has a particularly efficient Girl Friday and hates the thought of losing her, you ,can even use a little polite blackmail on him by NO. 1 BY REFRIGERATION! "MAC" Your Movie Boy Says: 'HOPE TO SEE YOU AT OUR BIG TRIPLE PROGRAM TODAY & SATURDAY" The story of Eddie Darrow,| the forbidden woman he wanted, and the dangerous bargain he made! ***& * . 'Look, boss, either you give me I'll marry a raise in .pay your secretary." ; Either ,way^ you win. f^l :Xm "i :T £ I ^,^1 VOTE FOR VAN JOHNSON for PROSECUTING ATTORNEY r T'ih>. gt* & * 'V$a# <^-i ^fm> auoltfted by 24 years of actual experience in the Courts, and aetuftltriql and disposal of some 2000 felony cases since t.ArrnyjrA 1945, in thi§ Circuit, in IQW enforcement having served as Sheriff of an , and having wprkgd with the law enforcement tf 1ite< 9W fnpugh to be seasqned by experience, to yiaorowily perform the duties pf the office. «P«Kirton wilt ttgnd the test of inqyiry. «r>nov his qyalifi^otlon^ ask ypyr lawyer, from Pa$e One .«• able to disclose some of the closely guarded secrets of Western 1- lied intelligence agencies as well. John, was last seen in; the : com- pnay of Dr. Wolfgant Wohlgemuth, who has' been branded by -the interior ministry as a Commjjnist West Berlin police said John had been suffering from a "severe mental depression" and may have been lured into Communist Berlin by promises of psychiatric treatment . note left by Wohlgemuth m his office said John had gone voluntarily to the Russian-controlled East sector and "does not want to return, to the Western sectors" of the city. West German officials said thenote was merely "camouflage" for the kidnaping. To Finish TaxOverhaul Next Week By CHARUgS P. BARRETT WASHINGTON (#1 Republican leaders today predicted final coiv gressional approval, possibly next wepk, for the biggest tax overhaul program in 75 years- A Jiousa-Seijate conference : committee late yesterday agreed'on' a compromise version •>* the big bill to put taxes next year for miinpni? of individuals and many business, firms a tool of about ?l,36?,oqO,' OQO. ' « ' !*)'! President Eisenhower has lifted the plan as the cornerstone of his entire domestic grogrami prfediffU ing it would encourage bu4}rves&, growth, remflVfi • scores 4? ]i n equities aiul le^d to more ynd. bet- tpr jobs. ,, x • But Sen. Poug^ (P-IU) served notice today itue-wo^d renow. when tjje meosure retwrfv.8 to the Senate many ^ OenvS^tS have \yage4 against one pr«v}«J° n « n WQ a cut iw income ta^e? on received by er load I ding height NO. 2 A Wild Bill Hickok. Adventure! GUY MADISON as Wild Bill Hickok ANDY DEVINE as Jinales 'TWO GUN MARSHAL' NO. 3 Chapter 9 of serial, "Gunfighters of the Northwest' No. 9 — "The Fighting Mounfies" & Bugs Bunhv Color Cartoon NOW do more work per day . 1 1 You sgye pn pperatijig $ps»$, The 'Thrtftnwjw 235" j JJnp?the\Kwtw 5&5,' 1 and the "Jobmaster ?6r (optional on 2-ton models at exjr{> c(pt)i driver greater horsepower plus increased operating ecgnpm.y. You save extra frips, That's because of extra load $pace. New pickup bodies are deeper ... new stake and platform bodies are wider and lo.nger, ., more work per doWor/ YOH ssve time on deliveries, New trucjs transmission saves time and pffprt at evt-^ —,.-.-!„ tjonal at extra east on >4*. H» s»d Bon ppdcla. You ?ov* with lower upkeep, t$o, There are heavier axle shafts in two-ton models, bigger clutches, in light, and heavy-duty models, strpnger frames in all models. You save howrs pn the rpad. Thanks to new high* compression engine power, .you can maintain faster schedules without driving at higher maximum road speeds. And ypyr savings start the day ypy Ny. Chevrolet, you know, is America's, lowest- priced line of trucks, Come In qnd see all the wonderful new. things you get in. America's number ooe truck- jxe to permit taxpayers Jo (tew»jto^» YOUNG MONDAY SUNDAY The Greatest AMERICAN DRAME SINCE Gone With the Wind"! Millions of readers thrilled to it as a Literary Guild Selection! Hoce Drill Team ' j Participates In Initiation Thursday night, membeTS nf Poplar Grove 190 Woodmen's Circle Drill Team motored to Texarkana for an initiation. The chaplain of the Texarkana grove opened the meeting with prayer. Carrie Carroll of Texarkana president, presided over the meeting. Miss Lucille Walls, stale manager, was the distinguished guest. After the meeting, the initiation was pexfwmed, with Poplar Grove 198 members taking part. They wore: Betty Paris, Pat Faris, Mary Willis. Jo Ann Hartsfield, Mary Ann Jones, Jeanette Barr, and Charlenc Wiggins, captain, They were accompanied by Mrs. Wiggins and Mr. and Mrs. Tittle. Coming and Going Mrs. John, Hollis of Little .Rock will arrive Saturday for a visit with Mrs. John : H. Arnold. to the knowledge of Christ and to Ihc experience of life in Him The commission of Jesus to those early disciples was to go and "make disciples of all nations" (Matthew 28:19 — Standard Revised Version). But in addition to that main as* pect of the fruitfulness by which God is glorified, the Bible has a great deal to say about frultf.ulness in character and living. Nor is it all found in the New Testament, or is it Christian in that particular sense. As in so much else the source and foundation of so much in the New Testament is in the Old. In the very beginning the fruitfulness and abundance that so often have been perverted to materialistic and evil ends, were represented as attributes of God's goodness and plans for man. "Be fruitful and multiply" (Genesis 1:22). But periods of great prosperity have often been periods of forgetfulness of God, and lack of love for man. The strong have overridden and oppressed the weak. The lusts of the flesh have dom- inated over the life of the spirit and| pride, arrogance, and megalomania have obscured any trace of humility. : It was in a period of such outward prosperity that Hosea decried the perversion of Israel's prosperity into increase of idolatrous altars, and the bringing of fruit unto itself. There is one passage in which the rendering of ttosea 10:1 is important in the recently published Standard Revised Version, in comparison with that in the King James' Bible. The vine is "empty" in the sen- e of Israel's lack of fruilfulness oward God, but the vine actually s "luxurious" (S. T. R.). The point is that in its flour- shing prosperity Israel had only eparted the farther from God as ts outward prosperity had increas. •d. One thinks in the same terms of he rich farmer of whom Jesus told Luke 12:ld-21), with his barn nirsting with prosperily, who left ut of account the most important hing; and of whom Jesus said "so s he that layeth up treasure "for himself and is not rich toward lod." Fruitfulness toward God is not only in actions. It is in the heart, he thoughts, the character, from vhich all action springs. St. Paul admonishes the Chris- Personal Mention Friends of Miss, Brnnda Hamm will regret to know that she is confined to her bed following » loo ODC ration, Pvt. Bernard L. G. Burger,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Frilz. Roule 4, Hope, arrived in Germany early this month and was assigned to the Army's 9th Infantry Division. Hope atlended .the third annual Garden Club Short Course at the University of Arka'nsas, July 1921. The program included addresses on landscaping, ornamental horticulture, botany, and highway bcautification. Program highlights, were a landscape garden tour and a showing of slides of wild birds ,vith recordings of their songs. Mrs. Steve Carrigan, Jr., of • IN; THEATRE If'. MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RDS. • FINAL NITE • wi,h JULIA ADAMS , '.CHILL WILLS -VICTOR JORY A UH1VERSAL.IN1ERN«J1ONU PICIUflE DUCK CARTOON & 'Uncommon Sense" Novelty SATURDAY • 2 GOOD FEATURES • "CORPUS CHRISTI BANDITS" • Starring • AULAN "Rocky" LANE ALSO Looking for Love in the shadows] Buying dreams with kisses! "GIRLS IN THE NIGHT" Woody Woodpecker Cartoon SUN. & MON. YIPPEE! The gal that made the Wild West Wilder! DORIS HOWAI 0 Births Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson o Wolf City, Texas announce the ar rival of a daughter, Sharlot Ann oorn Monday, July 19, at Green ville. Tex. Hospital Notes Mundt Asks Shd^down oh Probe Aide By G. MILTON KELLV WASHINGTON \tf> Scr. Mundt (-SD) said today tha Ss-n&ie In vestigations subcommittop is "try ing for an- elements! factor in American justice" in seeking an explanation for the denial of sc- godliness and to godliness brotherly kindness." And here again is the matter of fruitfulness, which Peter says is the inevitable result. Paul and Peter had learned alike from the same Master. curity clearance to Thomas Lavenla. The Defense Department has ¥$fused to t-Iear tavehia, office manager otia assistant iboynsei the subcommittee, to handle sec ret documents. It lrt»« declined tw say why on grounds that to do so would require disclostlrtf Of confidential infonmation. t "Somebody's has to say this is guilty of something." said in an interview. Me Is ranking Republican members of the sttboom mittee headed by Sen. McCarthy Carthy.'dl'Wls)'. McCarthy accused the Depaitment last night "improperly maligned' 1 iavetiia. He made public letters demanding that representatives of th<J Defense end .Justice Departments >npf>fiar at a closed session tomorrow td ex- YORK FURNITURE CO.I Defense tens at '. : 10) to be Colossae fruitful (Colossians in every ;ood work;" but' he emphasizes 'ruitfulness ' in Christian charac- er when he describes "the fruit of the Spirit." which is "love, joy. seace, long-suffering, gentleness, ;oodness, faith, meekness, temperance" (Galatlans 5:22,23). Those who have tended to see some conflict between Peter and Paul might well set beside that statement of Paul what Peter says in II Peter-1:5-8. ; "Add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; and to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience NOW YOU CAN AFFORD AIR CONDITION YOUR HQME ; . WITH A Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Calvin R. Betts Hope, Mrs W. C. Houston, Hope Mrs. Lee McKee, Hope, Ronald Ed Ward Moses, Hope, Betty Jo Peoples, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Sid Flowers, Rt. 1. Hope, »Mrs. W. H. Baker, Emmet, Juanita English, Rt. 3, Hope J. D. Wyatt, Hope. Branch Admitted: Mr. Charles Dana Gibson Hope, Jonnie Davis, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Vester McRoy, Rt." 4. 'Hope, Betty' Daniels. 'H^pe. SE*. Charsey and Jonnie Davis nf Hope, announce • the arrival of a baby girl on July 22. 1954, Clubs Rocky Mound • • ... A demonstration on salad ing was given by Misses Mary Ida and Evelyn' Adams when the Rocky Mound Homfi Demonstration Club -met for the July meeting at the homft of Mrs. H. H. Higgason. Mrs. E. V. Juris, president, presided dining the business session. Mrs. Claude McCorkle was appointed in tho absence of the recreational leader to prepare recreation for the council picnic to ,'fae held at Fair Park on July 29 Mrs. Earl-Dudlpy was'in charge of the program. "The Seven Cardinal Principles of Good Laudering" Mrs. Dudley won the surprise package with game prtees going to Mrs. Norman Taylor and Mrs. Wayne Turner. Others attending were Mmes. Lorraine B. Wylie, home demonstration agent, Fred Wilson, Orie Byers, Cliffprd. Messer, Raymond Byers, and one visitor, Mrs Arlis Adams, Also present were seven children. The next meeting will be at Fair Park August 19 at 2 p, m. * * * * * DANCING SAT. NITE ' To the Music of SIX HITS and AMISS Enjoy the Evening' Dancing in Cool Comfort. S COLISEUM 8:30 Till $2 Couple AIR-GONDiTIONER con pdw get tKe in an Air Conditioner b«> deafer T.. .'you pdy41 rributor's and, middleman's VWe will! be, •horne ari'd- » FRIEDRICH Gives You These Features T.. • High Cooling Capacity • Ease of Operation • Complete Air Control • Humidity Control • Replaceable Filters • An Established, Experienced Manufacturer • Low price < • And Many Other Features. • GET YOUR FRIEDRICH YORK 111 W. DIVISION NYLON BRASSIERE SALE Were 3.95 Now Stitched cup style Nationally advertised •line. Discontinued numbers. White, Pink and Blue; 32 to 40 A - B - C. THIS IS IT! ffl ,; , ; -V-'tjmnjffi • > , c ': ^ * tL<v&wP, ^.'tf V N'j*°7y "THE BIG _W ^trfn,, 4'*- i " 1 fl5? >iG t-^ ^ *$ ALL CANDIDATES Everybody In Hempstead County MONDAY NIGHT JULY Louisiana W And the IpOtsipf ^BP ^9^ I^IP ^^^1^ iHpW ^Hff ^jf" i JHI MEET YOUR FRIENDS FROM MOTI- -

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