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U*?^ fy y^ ^ ' f >i- t , f sfjf ' >^ - J i» fcj 1 ' , « j , ' j^ •• ' " 1 ' ™ . .HOPE STAR, H 0 fr £ , AH K AN S AS jj^^^^^t^isLg^^jiK^^^^j^jtj—jia^^^a»j»Bi«^fciififiiifiii!H^MHia^Htf^j8Btf^ Gubernatorial Tabulation Cdtffrty ' Arkansas PR Cherry old folks," td Uio nsorshlp*o£ a ptoposert JJttMJftdmoM tot' tax * eggt el value 'that Cherty and , uc . .jr-» r pointed-' Public- Serv- jftftrfti^slon could hive pro; Eenton Boohc Mradlcy Calnoun Caftoit dhicot Clajr Clebufrte Cleveland Columbiii, Conwny *"' dross Dallafl Drew Faulknef : "Pulton Spring Howard Independence. $$ffl7&. ^imitY'S'-', ' .Control Co. ..MIPDUBROOKS Jr. fijfcto* Ni 9 ht Phone Jackson Jefferson Johnson. Lafayette Lee Lincoln Little Rivor Logan' Lonokc Madison Marion Milter Mississippi Monroe Montgomery Nevada Newton • • Ouachita Perrj Phillips ^ Poinsett Polk Popr Prairie Pulaski 24 27 27 17 10 40 21 18 38 23 31 30 23 21 30 31 35 ~ 21 4it 23 23 at, 3337 58 .30 44 20 21 21 JO 20 37 39 27 38 32 24 21 ?.8 SO 28 an 14 30 20 3» 15 83 24 24 2411 2.1 27 17 29 15 S9 28 20 18 30 2(t 34 27 30 22 22 20 31 31 21 40 23 23 S4 35 32 U 26 23 20 21 19 20 29 37 27 22 43 37 21 , 24 1 30 10 20 16 3 29 27 15 33 2.837 1,903 747 1,7*3 l',874 782 433 l.fllr 2,?dl '806 1,41-0' 4!005 2,261 1,301 1,14? 1,738 1450 387 367 „" 5*3 .7,034 -7S7 I/HJ alasi 2,672 1(074 1,794 320 '1,787 0,058 735 1.272 1,3.21 1.333 fl57 790 1,170 2,124 25 354 3,415 3,'431 1,090 •351 17 G9 3,910 426 2,859 512 93 937 2,023 1,555 25,155 <J75 7438 3,948 1.482 835 888 1,498 409 1,381 1,121 406 CCO 1,32.1 2>354 1,330 1,001 023 751 255 : l,flliS:i ' 640 2.0BO 301 -; .2,521 ' 3,918 1.950 1,180 1,091 059 856 3', 187 1.903 757 1,553 467 040; $85 1,412 1.792 2,104 855 ' 1,460 2,493 52R 830 CO 845 2,259 253 637 967 26 : 1,692 2,330 389 7,555 144 304 349 433 477 66 338 C6C .SO!) 4;i7 ' .187 •304 741 9-i5 1W (17 19S 312 262 273 4,003 102 1P3 i.ie.r Mc Ian 207 3(!0 12.i 155 78 365 270 30 1J.7 37.1 195 14? ' S32 1,18 83 Blf) 72 firi 127 Ml 80 229 63 Hempstead Cotittfttfed from Page Oft* road and Little Bodcaw Creek, comprising all of Bodcaw town* ship except as noted above. Community C-Rocky Mound and Shover Springs — is bounded on west by a line extending due south from Junction of Highway Kq. 4 t and the Shover Springs Road to the DeRoah-Bodcaw Township line and northward to U. S. Highway .No. 07, on north by MOP RR and Terra Rouge '' Creek, oh east by Hempstead'Nevadsj County iMje, and Bodcaw Township line and L'ittle Bodcaw , Creek and Patmos-Hope .Road . on the South and '' Senate Vote by Counties 9.V 624 fl.472 ns m 4(11 875 v 2B6 •'• 477 305 622 1.170 2i:S 310 343 . 19(1 301- '. \ 224 271 633 27 ' 28!) 777 314 • 267 248 ,.•4 • 23 8('8 5!»3 414 2'!G 56 36B 628 232 4.152 228 , '42fl : • 34T' 173 79 209 79?. .102 26R 202 191 •.99 183 131 173 5 130 040 252 179 195 2 10 775 51 157 1GO 43. 227 143 •100 731 . .... Community D-Hope is bounded by Bodcaw-Springhill Township lines, MoUhd'Shbyer on east by Rocky Springs boundaries and DeRban ship. line. Coromllnily Senate Arkansas Ashley Baxter fieriton Bbone Bradley Calhoun Carroll dhicot Mack "olurhbia 21ay Cleburne Cleveland Conway 5raighea'd' Crawford GJ-ittehde'n Cross Dnltas Desha Drew Faulkner Franklin Fulton , Garland Grant Greene Hertipstead Hot ; Spring Howard Independence Izard Jackson Jefferson Cham- TP PR ber's 24 24 5.<50 Ellis M«€lellan MeMath 4.- U4UM»-* . Randolph , galino //SCOtt" 7" "^ fecarcy Sebastian Sevler §u arn St Francis j..' ' ' Uhidn V^n,B«ren ; • WasWnptoii Woodruff , Yell Totals 30 4j 30 1.1 50 2ft 24 25 38 2; SO •17 22 3i 2301 28 43 30 11 47 28 2,i 24 31 21 44 44 .21 2140 978 2,881 , 298 206 8,75.2 919 643 2,071 37(1 4,496 582 2,230 2,305 ' 1,759 1,283 144,827 1,681 1/292 "": 831 305 3.608 •" 669 531 1.1S8 1 ' 340 2,391; ' -.'..•• -505 3,910 3,271 821 993 ' 103,157' 258 1,483 .,323 ' 30 1,028 283 223 182 703 . 1.5R4 995 101 778 332 27«, 39,258 171 430 91 8 334 195 103 197 105 . 663 111 155 217 80 17.2fiii Tiqnsas Louisiana Gas Co. Cherry replied that the rates were increased under a law re quring bonds guaranteeing refunds in the boosts eventually \yere found unwarranted. He promised to da all he could to sec that the charges were not made permanent. * Despite tlw governor's answers, fther Fautnir,- charges seem to have found recsptiye audiences. Taubus lashed into tho Cherry administraiion'5 welfare policies as , being '.'inhuman." Cherry retorted tha> ,' only,, th,^ , undejs.er vin g had been -removed /from tl'ie welfare rpll§; ; that, the cioserying -who remairied were ' J dra>ving, bigger assistance cheqks,\thun over " ' Faus "•• first , po; Hies on " /Vine Riper\ed| Vc '-'•— Nice lOc CORN' Plenty f '•k^ -•" f f f* of Peat ' Dozen CURB MARKET ,i to Thank you for your ; election. s opportunity to ask for >i4r^>ip^tt'phd'Jr5it}wepce In tb^ coming runoff, ^ok^''iip'7«yr eonf idence in me, ,(Tpp) PORTER »yJ»l tt ,* ttK^i -." < AI.PERMAN WARD 2 , Adv. Paid for by T, O. porter (i statewide ; spale ; r>vhon - McMath appointed IViVn.'a member.of tho Highway Commission. Later then the governor named him an administrative assistant and in the waning, months of tho ^ieMath administration, state highway-director. ,.j H.'v v;i •''•' '" Results in the district races: Chancellor: ritth. District: 139 of 142 pro. township line, ori north by the Gar- land-DeRoan ( Township line arid on west- by •'• Towncreek and Highway Ho.. 73, thence south to town- , E-Fulton-Guernsey is bounded ort west by Little Riy,er and /Red River, on south by Red River on east bV Bois D'Arc Creek, cut off road between Guernsey Crossing and Highway 73 to section line north of St. Louis — _ San Francisco Railroad, on north Jefferson by section line approximately one Johnson Half mile north of said railroad Lafayette westward to church hillroad. and Lawrence following Bridge Creek -generally ee westward to Highway No. 55 then- Lincoln ce South one mile, and thence Utle Rivor west to Little River. ,.. , Logan ' Community F-McNab and Cross Lonoke Roads is bounded on west of Little Madison River, on south by Frisco Railroad, Marion Highways 32 and 55, on east by Miller Town and. -Bois D'Arc creek.,on Mississippi north by Howard-Hempstead'Coiin- Monroe ty line, eastward to Town Creek. Montgomery Community G-Columbus & Wash- Nevada ington' is bounded on west' by Newton Hempstead-Howard County line, on Ouachita South by Township line between Perry townships 11 and 12, on east by Phillips Range line between 25W and 2|W, Pike and on north on township line vbe- Poinsett teween townships 10 and'11 to west Polk Patrol Road thence south one mile, Pope thence west approximately .one Prarie mile, thence south to Old Academy Piilaski . Road thence west on township Randolph line to Howard County line. ,-«;. . Saline Community H-DeAn^ and Bair]ds Scott. . Chapel is bounded on west by town Searcy ship line between Range 25 W and 24 W, on South- by Terra Rougr Creek Township line between 1 and 12, DeRoan Township am MOP Railroad, on east by Hemp stead-Nevada County, line, and or north by the township line betweei townships 10 and 11, comprisin substantially all of Noland- an Garland Townships and the NE corner of DeRoan'and the caster portion of Ozan Township. Community f-Blevins and Swe.e Home is bounded by Ozan £; and West Patrol Road on,;;i' Jf , by Little Missouri River on. North,' Hempstead-Nevada County line on east, and the township line between 10 and 11, comprising rail of Wallaceburg Township except that portion west of Ozan, Creek, and the extreme north parts of Ozan, Garland, and Noland Town.- 26 25 27 27 17 29 18 40 3 23 29 13 20 33 ,30 30 22 2.1 30 31 35 21 4G 23 28 34 33 37 38 36 44 26 24 21 33 21 19 20 37 39 21 24 48 23 24 28 28 30 28 24 Sebastian ievier Sharp St. Francis Stone . Union Van Buren Washington White Wobdrofit Yell Total' 36 38 38 15 30 45 30 3!! 50 28 24 25 24 36 21 50 47 22 31 2301 41 25 27 17 20 15 39 30 28 29 18 29 35 27 30 22 22 20 . 26 31 31 2: 46 23 8 34 35 35 44 20 23 2U 32 21 20 29 37 22 4!! 57 2i 23 25 30. 28 29 16 3 37 37 15 83 28 43 30 11 47 28 24 25 24 31 21 27 449 139 3H 308 480 220 C2 229 5P.3 210 322 202 199 211 1125 iai 261 320 236. 6id 114 80 ' I 70 401 807 1,041 200 300 91 430 1,030 207 113, 406 789 218 ; ISO : 218 410' 31 J49. 400 202-' 307 162 206 14. 287 150 331 106 784. 784 268 4,056 263 8S7 130 35 : 457 14!) .67 • 54T 80 702 •175 402 442321- 253 28.6,98. 19 41 27 69 24 8,2 49 n 34 60 C2 - ll 20 14 14 ?3 15 13 IS 17 n 12 17 .44 22 3fi5 20 CE> 77 52 46 14 H 41 30 40 34 12 a 56 37 25 8 ?.G 143 15 17 33 29 5 57 22 2 <4 99 50 20 53 2 C2 .'48 15 ... 86 30 87 28 '50 SG •:,' 27 2:1 .'2,900 2,514 1,794 914 3,692 1,600 1,738 0,14 sen 1,570 2.408 1,463 1,2,12 1,251 1,455 1.001 4,005 1,354 2.193 1.739 1,280 1,404 1,271 3,1^9 1,1.07 653 5,972 1,080 1,°90 2,454 2,1.1fi 1,303 1.583 398 1,435 5,513 1,181 1,245 . 1,620 1,103 9(i3' 1,369 1,253 2,402 •122 831 3,a<?4 5,034 1,510 6-13 1,140 89 3,590 689 2,065 758 105 1,863 1,935 1,403 20.020 1,308 2,223 756 305 5,504 1,278 797 2,089 357 4,703 1,202 3,924 2,874 1,399 1,373 155,020 1,174 1,200865 2,034 981 1,306 1,222 l,05 r . 1,092 2,1 SG 1,417 47a 727 1,717 • 1,986 3,103 1.169 387 951 1,233 1,130 915 2,223 1,238 723 4,795 ^^q^^S^i 1 I-.?* jit 2,103 1,887 2,717 1,260 1,660 790 1,594 4,933 1,557 1,178 1,563 755 740 516 1,370 1,904 1,577 757 2,908 1,392 886 827 1,252 835 3,799 449 1,220 803 99 89 2,331 523 1S.533 1,411 2,902 661 209 3,047 591 634 3,0. r >6 734 3,427 817 2.030 2,389 1,176 92t 120,785 ICHOSEN—-South.Korean For- I eign Minister Pyqn Yung. Tae ! returned " to Seoul from the I • Geneva Conference to find he ; i had been approved as prime : i minister. He replaces Paik i Too Chin, and expects to re- j tain his foreign ministry port- j folio. i | Wednesday, July •- •-— many blur chips under but withsonielow-priced and special situation issues strong.^ Gains in instances went trom i to better than 2 points. Losses usually were less lhan a .poml although some key issues were down between 1 and 2 points. .. Standard Oil (NJ) gained morc^j than a point after a higher profits report, and also head wore United Aircraft. American Telephone, American Cyanamid, Vnnadiurn, General Dynamics, Pullman, New York Central, Illinois Central, and uomg down were Republic Steel, General Motors, Douglas Aircraft, Radio Corp., Union Carbide, DU Pont, Westinghouse General Eieo .vie, Loew's, and Santa Fo. t hen the Kansas-Nfcbraska • bill created two new territories for the United Stales in 1854 NcbrasKaJft- cluded of North and South Dakota and most of Montana, Wyoming and Colorado. Scientists estimate that oxygen provides about half the weight of the earth's crust. rally late in' the session on the board of Trade today after selling lower throughout thcday. Soybeans led the late upturn. Wheat ha.:l an easlsr trend tan te rest of the list on easiness in cash markets, approach of the spring went harvest anil reports stem rust damage had been checked in the Northwest. Wheat closed 2%-2% lower, September 32.6'/E-2.05, corn -I'i, lower, September $X.a2'/h-%, oats %•% lower, September 73%, ryo -1% lower, September 63.15 soybeans 2-5 lower, September $3.20-3.201/2. NEW YORK STOCKS NEA YORK 1*1 To stock market moved irregularly today with Get ffosf, soothing relit! with! PERCY MEDICINE „ ADD THAT :xtra room * YOU NEED NOW! cints: Goyah Burke, Jr., 4532; Richard B. McCullqch, Jr., '0308; D.S. Plum'mer12840; Ford Smith' 5232. Fifteenth District: J01! of 103 precincts: Dptt Goza 4702; W. H. Me- Clellan v!041; N'. A, McDaniel 096; S. J. Reid 4468: Circuit Judge: Thirteenth District (first division): 118 of 11? precincts: G.W. Jones. 14056.;; Jack Mqchen 9864; Prosecuiing Attorney: Second Djstvict: i 190. of 237 precincts: Hub ^Methvin 1991; Terry Shell'12859; Frank SneUgrove 5389; R. E. Wilson ,4902.f f I' Eigrith. DMrict:: 170 of 171 ireclncts: P. K. Dowd 6311; Van Johnson 2917;'Travis Mathis 6701; Royce Weisinberger 0797, fknth District: 136 of 140 precincts: G. N, Holmes 5728; A. J. Community J-McCaskill -and Bel-. ton is bounded, on east by Ozan Creek, on North by the Little Missouri River, on west by Town«Mp line between Range 25W and.26.Wv one and one half miles west of B,el« ton Church, and on the south by middle fork of Ozan Creek, comprising all of Redland east ot Belton Community, that part of WaU- aceburg Township west of Qzan Creek, and the portion ° £ Ozan Township west north of Ozan Creek (middle fork) westward ~ Range line described abqve. Community ^C-S.ardis & Oznij is Bounded on south by south fork and tributaries, on east by High way No. 4 and township between 1C and U, on east by west Pa,trpl """> on North by , North Fork Creek, McC^skill Qs.an. Roa( ^.Q zan^Clow Road and Clow-NashyjU Road, and on west by Hempste^ Howard Une, cornprisihg the grea , ter portions of Sardis a.nd Qza Townships. .. , Community L-Bingen- is bound ypw from thp bottom of my heart for I received Igst night. I am with me through the defeated cansf- J shall deeply appreciate tinder 7733; "•'•?'. K, Rcbprts 3q91. Sixteenth District;. 409 o.f. 136 precinpts: Gus Csusbie 1330; Herrn Northcutt 8467; Jim Robb 5431. Seventeenth District; 97 of 101 precincts: W. M. I^ee S85?.; Ted 'McCasUoln 3463; M.' G.' Robinson 4567. Results in State Senatorial races: Ninth Distript: U3 P* 122 pro inctS! R. W, Miluro -^63; W. F Jelsqrj 2856; R. M. Hvvthven 105 ay WeaYQi- 213, Tenth 'District: 92 of 92..PVB incts: K A. Acre 473; Bob Bail y J?. 289H Phil Lx>h 35K1; R. H UUftjns ?720, Eleventh District (Position No ): }64 pf 165 precinct?: <?. Vv- fayes 11614: A. L. Hplloy 5130 p. WiUunson |708; D. B. Wolf [652. Sixteenth District: 107 of 108 precincts: A. H. Bledsge .26950 iieorge Chancy 2014; C, R. Lasiter 3863; Oliver Williams 5153. In early geologic ages there were insects with wing spans as, much as inches and body lengths of 18 inches. . those W, one and one half miles west o Nashville-Clow Road east t d on south by Road, ClowOzan North Fork Ozan, ^-_...,,. by range line between 25W and 2fe ST, 1,001% LIVESTOCK j NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 'ill,, ') Hogs 5,700; fairly active, 250 higher;,.160-240, !b 22.75-23.00; fe.\v. 2.65; lOO'^riead choice No. 1 -arid ,.23.10; 25Q-27Q lb'.21.75-2275; 27000 lb 000-22.00; 150^11)0 lb 20.V5- .5; 1-140;^ lb 17.75-0; sows 0 lb down, 1680-18:50; heavier ows 12.25-15.5;: boars 9.50.16.00; Cattle -'3(500, calves 1,2,00,; open- ng moder.itely aptive. fuily steady jn steers, and heifers; sales include ew loads choice to lov/ prime, steers 22.00>24.00; commercial and ^ood steers and heifers 15.00-20.00j cows'actiVc and firm: utility and commercial cows 10.50-13.00; can- lei-s and cutters 8,00-10,oQ; .light hells 7.00-7.'50; bulls and vealers steady; Utility and commercial meeting held at the;home of Mrs. bulls ll.50fi3.QO; canner and cutter bulls 8.00-11.00;- good and .choice vealers 14.C018.00; High choice aw] prime :19iOOr20.00; commercial an j * * * * Just Like Cash * Our New ^ Coupon Plan Gives you 90 days to ^ • pay for your purchases. "* Inquire about it at once! Pay 10% down, . - plus tax and small "*• carrying charge. Coupon Credit Book are -in .10.00 & 15.00 de- "F nomination. You can . spend Credit Coupons •• „ —just liKe cash! Ask ~T- Today At * VOGUE low gopdi 11^0-^4.00; "gculls 7.0-800 POULTRY'AND PRODUCE -,'.•_'/,.,.•' CHIC^G<) (UP) Live poul try: itf^rkct steady. 11 trucks. | Chic^iqt poultry board price changes since yesterday: ljei\sf:i. Colored 5. Ibs and under 20 cents a pound. Buiter:'•' .1,.25,415 pounds. Market steady';-:93 and 92 score 5C'A cents a p!ou$d; 90 spore 54;39 score 50; c'^lpts: Up score54>/a;' S? score " : 51. '-..; • . Af^P phOVISIpNS CHJGAGO • UP) Grains staged a 2nd & Main * *' * •K * We can help you with your plans to remodel or modernize your home ; ...show you how it can . be done easily and eco- : nomically. You can de- . pend on us for quality lumber and other building materials. Discuss your plans with us now. ; ^ USE FHA REPAIR LOAN , • No Down Payment • First Payment 30 Days After Completion. •'• • -; • All Labor & Material Included • Call 7-2381 Hope Builders Supply Co, 3rd & La. Streets To The Voters I wish to thank each of you for your vote and I am as proud of the votes. I received as if I had , _ gotten them all. •'•..-. .-H\" ''''•. ~ Tom Midicllebrooks 1 Pol. Adv. Paid for'toy Tom Middlebrooks. Belton Church, ori north by th ine, _ County and : on west by ^th? d.-Woward ' County hue, 'all of Mine Creek p. Townships that ppr.tipn a* O?an Township north of Clow an4 east of NashyUlerClow Road, a,nd that 'part of iledland Township west of Range 25 W. _ ••_ Bath ,«sa hjgbpst poM on the U. W- wKRpey, \\W Jow e §t, m set be- in Pfath, >aU;py, we I wish to thqn'k all of you who so ably supported me in this race tor Sheriff and Collar, We are m the lead, with your continueasup-- port we can mgintain this lead and go on to final victory. Don t be qomplqcent $>e ever vigilont and with that attitude we can win. I take this occasion to ask all of you who voted for my good fronds who were eliminq.ted in thfrracj to vote for me in the runoff. I snail try hqrd to see qll of you personally before August IQth, .Agqin I thon^yow for all the SUB- port in the post and shall ever be grateful. Sincerely, CWUDHJUTTON IT'S A BIG TRADE-IN JAMBOREE -*>€• Best trade-in anywhere on«your car! Enjoy a new Hornet or Wasp or Jet Wedneicfay, July 28, 1954 MOM ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phont 74411 Btttweca I A. M. Hiti 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, July 29 •The Ladies Bridge - Luncheon will be held at the Hope Country C-lub Thursday, July 29, at 12:30. Hostesses will be Mrs. Duffie /Booth and Mrs. Clinc Franks. >.-Monday* August 2 '£ r - Mrs. Edwin Stewart will entertain Circle Two of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church on Monday afternoon at low o'clock at" her homo, 422 West Avenue D. Circle Six of the W S. C. S. will meet Monday, August 2, at 'i p. m. ,watU Mrs. George Pock with Mrs. £. J. Whitman as co-hoslcss. Mrs. 11. K. Patterson will present the f '.-ograin. "Meeting Rural Needs." lioso taking part will bo Mesdam- cs' Joe Jones, H. L. Broach, Jim Coic, Dick Walkins, Jack Gardner, David Waddle, George Murphy nn}LL.-B. Tooley. Mrs. E. J. Whitman will bring the devotional. conducted the business meeting at which lime the treasurer's report was given by Mrs E. Cobb. Games were played and refreshments served to Mesdames Hazzard, Hairston, Arnett,. Cobb,, Ton- nemakcr, Gough, Robertson,; Ne- ccc, Smith, G. Roberts, L. Roberts. Calhoun, Valentine, Frith, Rogers and the hostess. ' • The erottp Was dismissed : with prayer by Mrs;. Gladys Roberts. Writer Wants to Know Why, Where, Town of Smaekover, Arkansas Got Its Name By HAL BOYte "Mrs. Dragoo Hostess To Workers' Sunday School Class Sixteen members attended the '(/ftijb.ting of the Garrett Memorial Workers' Sunday School Class held at the home of Mrs. Dalton Dragoo on Monday night. "What a Friend We Have In Jesus" was sung by the group, and Mrs. Clara Calhoun read the sixth chapter of Kphi'Hians as the 'devotional. "Mrs Gladys Roberts led in prayers - » ••• Mrs. B. M. Hu/znrd, prosiden Mrs. Moore Hostess, To Kathleen Mallory Circle Mrs. J. V. Moore, Jr., entertained the Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church in her home at 823 Easl Seventh on Tuesday night. Mrs. Earl Bailey, president, brought several items of business icforc the group for discussion and vote. At the next meeting new of- 'iccrs and a new advisor are to be elected. All members are asked :o be present. The program chairman, Mrs. Woodard Cox, introduced the program on "Seed Time in the Phil- Upines," and was assisted by Mesdames McDowell Turner, ^Ed 0'- Gran, Lillian Arthur, Pod Rogers, Jewel Moore, Jr., and Jim Walters. .Refreshments wore served to the eight members present. "MAC" Your Movie Boy Forecasts the Weather "Continued Hot for Hope and Vicinity. 75 de- "J'grees in the u --Q00U--SAENGER!' W S. C. S. Circle 5 Entertained At Williams Home W. S. C. S. Circle Five met Monday, July 2G, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. LaGrone Williams. Co-hostesses were Mesdam- |cs Sam Hartsfield, John Pierce and Steve Bader. Mrs. Claude Tillery, chairman, opened the meeting and the group sans, "Bless'Be The Tie" This was followed by the reading of the purpose of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, and prayer led in unison. The minutes of the June meeting were read by Mrs. Clifton Ellis, suo.relary. Various committees chairman gave reports, and a letter from a Korean orpranage was rear! expressing appreciation for clothing sent by the circle members. New year books were given out. All members were urged to attend the joint meeting of the W S C. S. at the church at 4 p. m. August 9. BY REFRIGERATION! * NOW * • FEATURE TIMES • 2:00 - 3:45 - 5:24 - 7:22 - 9:20 Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. James H. McCor mack and family of' Spokane, Wash grc visiting Mr.McCormack's par ents, Mr and Mrs. R. W. McCormack of Hope Boute One, and ot her relatives. Pfc. John W. Couch ol Fort Sill. Oklahoma is visiting his sistci Mrs. James Bicldlc and family of Guernsey. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brocksmith and daughter, Judy, of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Arnold Brocksmith of St. Louis, have returned to tlioii- homes after a visit with Mrs. Arnold Brocksmith's sister, Mrs. D. T. Chamberlain, and .nieces, Miss Genie Chamberlain • a,pd Mrs. W. ROSEMARY' GLOONEY JACK CARSON GUY MITCHELL PAT CROWU5T' • LATE NEWS • JOE McDOAKS MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RDS FINAL NITE * NEW YORK UP) find figures from an oddity almanac in a modern world: Let's start off with thr- girls, since they interest everyone. Are "falsies" really necessary? Even girls torn by doubt or stern feminine honesty, now have a choice in their solution. A manufacturer has come out With a a brassiere coated with a thin layor of foam rubber to' ichjeve a desired silhouette, arid claims IIP i& doing very well overseas from Belgium to Peru. Do' you know how often your heart beats? If you livo the biblical span of 70 years, it will pulse bi twncn two and three billion times The encyclopedias are chary of saying how often the nvrrage human heart beats. They don't wanl to worry you, but mine checks 7.' when 1 am not worried, and 20f plus when the boss 's looking. But they will toll you thnt a horse's heart beats 30 times a minute these are the ones I bet and Jose en; and a mouse races his pumper £00 to 1.000 times every 60 seconds Names not only make news Ihoj ilso make you wondo: 1 . The tow of Smaekover, Ark., for example came from the French term Chemin Convert, maning covcre road, and I can't find out why The authorities all agitec on Smack over, but nobody I know claims t know how Whom, a., got it punch. Business lirms are ensin to trace. The.Rugcroftors, a majo Kind-woven rug company now i Puerto Rico, migrated from Nort Carolina, where its v/onvcrs sii held to the 'old Scottish word "croft," meaning n small firm. You probably never bohlcred to think abort how the great Shell Oil Co., go-; its tag. Well, back; in the 1830s ;i was a small general trading company that, among other things, earned n fast buck by im- porttni! RON shells from the orient 1.6 rnnkc mother ot pi*arl. Then it stumbled into oil, and qv.it worry- in" about Oie button market. But suppose it had adopted the Title, "Mother of Pearl, Inc.," and then had to go into the world market pt-ddling 'gasoline? An industrial outfit can, of course, chang.-: its corporate name to meet the purposes oJ its life. Bj.il a child is? more reluctant to turn upon its jarents, and this is why every -arcnt should'give a child at last Surnames fit birth, so that later in life It can have a choice if it feels it needs it. The almanac editorial: Last winter, as usual, we warned our readers against the spreading prevalence of the common, cold, which year after year begins'niorev an c i ; more to resemble "virus X,"' art ailment for people who, for personal reasons, prefer to catch aijd uncommon cold. " . ; Now we summon our subscribers to a concerted attack on ragwed, which many of our friends Say causes them to suffer from hay fever, a disease they say is an allergy. Personally, we think that a guy who gets a common cold in the winter, and insists on calling it 'virus X," is naturally subject to hay fever, which' we ourselves believe is a summer cold. But you can't deny a friend the nleasure of making his own malady mysterious. So do your neighbors a good turn. Attack and destroy ragweed root, stalk and pollen—wherever it leqrs a green'head. There is no market for the stuff .anyway. (Editor 1 9 Note: This issue of the oddities almanac, is skipping its usual science department notes be jcausp the man assigned to this Facts, fancies;field took a new Wonder drug and. s we go to press, is still tao sick describe its benefits to man ind.) Almanac quotes to live a life by; "Does his own fata 1 , passion Jse- omcs to each man his god? — irgil. "Success is the child of aducd- VTWO DfcOWN FORT SMITH t.?l two moil drowned yesterday in thfr Arkansas River at nearby Pef.o, Okla.. when their boat capsised while they were fishing. The mon were identified by Sheriff Practt Maddux as ,Iohn Le- lensis. about 76, of Fort Smith £>nd Joseph A. Bishop, about 60. address unknown. Maddux said the bodies were recovered by a second group of fishermen. city" Disraeli. Almanac long-rango weather forecast: Hot ifig across air storms, spread' entire country and reaching a peak just before autumn tlcclins; followed by cooling show- Egypt Happy, England to Quit Suez By ROSERt HEWETt CAIRO, Egypt W) All Egypt celebrated today at the announcement that the British have agreed to pull their 83,000 troops out of the Suez Cenal Zone, probably by mid-1956. Egyptian Prime Minister Gamal Abdel Nasser and British War Minister Antony Head clfined a preliminary pact last night, agree- ing on principle 1 ^ *<*••** rated Into 6 fotrfcsl final accord is expected signed ih n tnohth ot t* The agreement ended tfte nations' long and oftett blodd pute over control of the big land and air bases which Britain V It provides that all British troops will be Withdrawn from the Suez within final treaty 20 months Is signed, after the btit that , Britain can use the bas^s again U any of the eight Arab 'states of Turkey is attacked. Rice is th6 basic food of mord than hali the world's population. PftESCO ROLLERR Fair Park tCi THE ADVENTURE^F_Anj(.JLIFEIIiy!E!_ Bugs Bunny Cartoon THURS. -FRI. •* * ROBERT TAYLOR * STEWART GRANGER * ANNBLYTH • TECHNICOLOR • "Ail The Brothers Were Valiant" Always a Color Cartoon P. Roberts of Hope. Hospital Notes Branch ; Admitted: ''Mrs.- Cecil .'Johnson, Hope, Earnostine Waters, McNab Jim Kemp, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Kenneth Stovall arid bnby boy, Hope, Mr. J. O. Cox, Euiniet, Kenneth Johnson, Washington, K C., Mr. M. D. Downs, Hope, . . Julia Chester\\v Admitted: Mrs 1 ,: Floyd D. Cart, North Little Rock, Ark. Mr. Kent Light Rt. 1 Hope. I Discharged: Mrs. John' Gaines, McCaskjll, Mrs. Irmae Young and daughter, Hope, Extor Henley, Rt. 1, Hope, 'Juanlla Mosos, Hope, Cassie Smith, Washington. TOL-E-TEX COMPANY IAST THIRD STRICT 1 HOPE, ARKANSAS To My Many Friends of Hempstead Bounty I wish to take this opportunity to sincerely thank each one of you for the splendid vote and support that you gave me in yesterday's election. I shall endeavor to merit at all times the confidence you have plqced in me. Harry Hawthorne Pol, AdV- Paid for by IJarry Hawthorne Thanks for the nice business you have given us since v/e have been in Hope, You'll enjoy eating with us. Daily Lynches 50c and 75c CHOICE: 7 Meat?, 8 Vegetable? Try Our , — ^,^, HOME MApe PIES LEWIS - McLARTY STORE WIDE CLEARANCE STARTS THURSDAY, JULY t CHILDREN'S DRESSES AH Kate Greenway summer dresses in siz'es 1 to 6 and 7 to 14. Marked Down to 14 Price LADIES DRESSES Over 100 spring and summer dresses in Junior/Misses, Regular and Half Sizes. Regular price to $12.95. Now $6.95 Ladies Hats Good assortment. Marked down to Infants Wear One lot. Now price Ladies Shoes Big table of these $2.00 Men's Swim Shorts Regular $2.98 values $1.88 Piece GoQcIs Big Table. Values' to $1.19 a yardm-:--. 50c yd, Cannon Bedspreads Double bed size. Colors, green, blue, rose., Made to sell for $4.95. $2.9* Ladies Dresses All Spring and Summer Dresses Reduced for Quick Clearance i. , • ><• >•> ' * * * L Rayon Suits ^ These are Betty Rose Suits. $10.00 Rayon Suits These are Handmacher Weathervane suits in good range of sizes and colors. 14.75 1o 17.75 Small Lots In AH Dopartments, Marked Down VERY LOW Ladies Skirts . AH summer skirts REDUCED 81x99 jrr SHEETS ;•$(•*••. Cannons No. 1 seconds. 130 thread count toHquare inch. I,' 1.59 BIG CANNON . BATH TOWEL$ 22x44 good weightin solid color§, See this towel for value. 49c I AU REDUCED l : Men's Sport Shirts Cottons, Nylons, Rayons and blends Regular price $3:95 Now 4*t Regular- price $2.98 Npw Other Sport Shirts From 1.39 t9 4,65 I Hgpt'i Filiilt Deportment St«ff AH At Half Prices k A I f* . - "• I 'f** i» ""Sf Men s Strawiflts $10.00 Hats ::. Dobbs $7.50 Hats Dobbs $5.00 Hats | 11 v / Hopkins ' ... $3.98 "Hats Now^ t * Boys Small lot boys long pa"h!s^iiSi?es,v 1; .3 to 12. •" ' " * ' ' "' $11 f \ t^/HJL^uklMtjQiUuJuuA t ^ ' - _ M ^*^TT s ^TOT^^r1s Childrei T-Shlrts, P ( |aya|l 50c r\ . I • ' •* *»'i'*> «ro Bathing Suits • j<Sf tt, ..w Wji^fr All : iVJ' .*.&'?> •?<,*?* *"*• 'I* Ol"*> . *«*V.* Girls Sfiarts? t' r Sizes 2" tola. Boys Sport Marked down in 3 prjce.grpu'ps., $1.00 1,39 , i "w^kM^Rywsp Slocks .f--•-—*•** t »M»4>r*< ""• •• r—" ' T^T - - As to $14.95 Np$'. Regular price to $7,95 .. . Regular-price*. , ,tq $5.95-,, . <5oRd , - „?;;«!-'^f- ,'* Mfcl - -•*-" -^;^- : -%>pi: ^irVK^f.-f^mmi Jft/^w, .',V ***'%f«/ vip^ '«» ?<I»*P" $\i$

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