Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 28, 1954 · Page 11
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•swp C -* 38^ 4 7'P|F ;W *- IFV# V; /,.'"' - -^T gfffrpv^^ T" je**-~-»-^ H 5 l» I S f A * » M 0 ? 1 A * K A N S A I i^^^^^^^ Cattle 3,500, calves l,0(i(>; lradlbull.fi : 11.00143.00; canncr and cut- | 68I ing opened moderately activi, rfMty. stesfly; eftrlv sales steers raoitly average c6mmercial to av- effe&e «dc9 l§OCJ*2i.OO; iverago gooH to average choice heifers- and 0 fj C i oad NO. \ and, mixed yfearluigs 2l.W-234.23; utility ......... "' ter btills 8.00-10.50; good arid choicr: Vfeajeffi 19.00-234.00; few high choice tjnd:rirhe 24.00-25.00; c brrimercial fij low good vealers 134.00-18.00; culls 6.00-10.00. Sheep 1,2-0; opening steady all 6.75; 89 C 5.35. Egg?. 'irregular; receipts 8,313; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 1 lower; U.S. large white 44; classes; early 5al?s S ift-0%* lii."81&J5! rttost 2430 Ib and above 4ftd commercial heifer« Sad mixed Woo j ed " ]Smbs ii».««S; several loads 250260 Ib.ytfftrllftcc. 12.60-18.00: ^utility andj Bptic] Rheoo st good to prime 30.50; 43dO Ib 18.435; sews 400{commercial cows 9.50-1200; can Ib down ItSo-to; over 400 Ib 16.50- ner ahd cutter cows 6.500.CO; few boars 13.50-15.00- 'at 600; Utility and commercial n . of) w i.uu. •«&? S£ 'ii mf^ ^AayU; i im .'* FULBRIGHT SPEAKS in behalf of the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE for Governor ORVAt E. FAUBUS Hear Highlight of the Senator's address 're the recent Democratic State Convention 7:45A.M.KXAR &LSO M6NDAY 7:45 A. M. — KXAR " f \ v>^> Pol. Adv Paid for by Hempstead County Democratic Central Committee. W. S. 'Atkins, Chairman NEW YORK STOCKS mixed 40; US. mediums 2: tt.S. standards 38; current receipts 1 235; duties )9; checks 18.5. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK (Ifi Cotton futures were lower today on hedging and liquidation. Trading was only mod erate, but mill buying was principally sale down in nature. Lo- NEW YORK (/PI The StockL n 'j traders took to the selling side Market advanced today ir. the ear- a f ter the market failed to show ly afternoon with airlines strong | a ny( rallying*, power in early Thc .airlines, backed by excellent dealings. earnings -forecasts* posted gains Late afternoon prices were 20 to from fractions to between 1 and 2j4 5 CPn ts • a bale lower than thc previous close. Dec. 34.47. March in 34.35 and May 3n.ll. Openhouse at Jail Packs Them in points.'Losses sometimes Were the 1 to 2 -joint range. Higher .with-the atrlineswerelhe steels, utilities, oil.", and the railroads. Chemicals were mostly lower. The remainder of the major divisions were mixed to steady. SPRINGFIELD, Ohio '/R POULTRY AND PRODUCE was opcn nouso at Clark County CHICAGO, W1 Liv epoullryj Jail and darned if everybody about steady on hens; weaker onjdidn't want to get in c-r out young stock; receipts 932 coops!of the act. Deputies raid yesler- (yc-sterclay (135 coops; 162,674 Ib); day they found three cell bars par" tially sawed and uncovered a neFt of braces, blades and crude weap f.o.b. paying prices unchanged; heavy hens 15.5-18; light hens 13- old 14; fryers and broilers 34-26.5: roosters 12-12.5; hen turkcyes 32, torn turkeys 25; goesc 23. Butter ' steady; receipts 702,03?.; wholesale buyinc prices unchanged; 93 score AA 57.5; 92 A 57; 90 B c.25; 89 C 55.25; cars 90 B ons. Some 1,000 residents toured the ail Tuesday night as part of a ampaisjn to. push a $495,000 bond ssue for a new jail. Deputies de ided yesterday to shake down the nmates to make sure nothing was muggied in. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away.... Nagging hackache,loss of pop andencrgy, headaches and dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say good kidney function'is very important to good health. When nomc everyday condition,such as stress and strain, causes this important ,'f unction to slow down,many folks suiter nag- glng backache—feel miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may Cause getting up nights or f requentpassaRcs. 'Don't neglect your kidneys if these condi. tlohs bother you. Try Doan's Pills—a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over 50 years. It's amazing how many times Dohn's give happy relief from these discomforts—help thelB miles of kidney tubes and filters flush out waste. Get Doan's Fills todayl but of 5 Women AUTOMATIC ABOUT YOU? you one of these .homemakers cooking on an . old-fashioned stove? If you are, why put up cooking the, hard 'way when a 1954 Automatic ! -,, - Gas Range makes cooking 10 easy! ('/ $*i*l i* ^i\W> " *,. tef,'-twf.w efc$-v.tf:<c:.iL x '•\>\i\ .V • ' -"?; t', > 1 *.; v f i Take advantage of the many plgnj featured during Ihij Old SU>v» Roynd-yp. S»» yow favorite Oo> appliance dealer today and 1954 Avtpmatlf Qos Rang* to »uit yoyr need» and desire*! ONLY ONE SIDE OKLAHOMA CITY, (UP) Thc Oklahoma ..Criminal Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that a driver can u^'e only the right side of road. The ruling upheld the conviction of Isaac West on drunk driving charges , West contended he h«Hk' a constitutional right to use either the right or left • side of a high- >vay. The Indians of Massachusetts made pemmican of. a mixture of cranberries and deer metat before white men reached Omerica. NOTICE—I am now Bar-B-Qing Ray's grand prize Grade-A chickens exclusively.' They are tender, hickory smoked juicy and Delicious. Try One! BURT'S BAR-B-Q Rear A&P and Kroger Stores CITY MARKET Friday — Saturday PURE LARD 8Lb Pail BONES I^^Lb. Pig TAILS Lb. Pork RIBS Lb. SAUSAGE 4Lbs. Whiting FISH 19c Lb. DYER 19c Bologna .I^B^^^PSr ^^rP Lb, PORK ROAST urtday, October 28, 1»S4_ Thiittcfoy, detofcei- 28,1954 HO re STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS .^rtfifMtQjftjDBQgSBGIfiEyMHH^^ END - OF -THE - MONT H SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. cle members, juniors and drill team will motor to Texarkana. Thursday night for the Southwestern District Convention. LADIES NEW FALL DRESSES Just Arrived — Over 200 fo selecr from. Values up to. $11.95 in Jr., Regular and Half Sizes. Special E. 0. M. Value RAYC5N PANTIES Ladies 49c Rayon Panties MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS 2 for Men's Haynes Undershirts, Regular 69c value MEN'S BLUE WORK SHIRTS Special Men's $1.49 Heavy Blue Chambray Work Shirts Calendar Thursday October 28 The Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church will have a potluck supper and party on Thursday at 7 p. m All members are urged to attend. very important meeting at Garland School at 7 p. m. Thursday, October 28. This will be the last meeting of the scout year. Tub Scout Pack 62 will have a Friday October 29 The Daffodil Garden Club bake sale will be held Friday morning from 9 til 12 noon at the corner of Third and Main streets. For advance orders call Mrs. Harold Brents at 7-4505 or Mrs. W. E. Tolleson at 7-5816. plan to join in the UNICEF Halloween Drive are requested to meet in the church kindergarten at 4:30 o'clock Sunday aftrnoon. The Friday Music Club will meet Thursday night. October 28, at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Harold Hall. Poplar Grove 196, Woodmen Cir- MEN'S SHORTS Men's 69c Broadcloth Shorts OVERALLS Men's Tuf-Hut Vest Back Overalls TRAINING PANTS Children's 29c Training Pants ••••^M^^^^^^^^^™ • — 7 pr. $1: CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Doiible size. Fringed Edges. Regular $5.95 value LADIES PANTIES Ladies XXX Panties. Regular 98c value 2 pr. $1.00 DOUBLE BLANKETS Special — 5% Wool Double Blankets. Regular $4.95 value . COTTON BLANKETS Big Double All Cotton Blankets. $3.95 value TUNE IN... State-V/ide Radio ^ and TV Address VT Hear the Democratic - Gubernatorial Nominee * Hon. ORVAL E. FAUBUS Speak in behalf of his Candidacy for < Governor of Arkansas 'THURSDAY -7:00 -7:30 p. , on Television KARK-TV and KATV < and your local Radio Station Pol. Adv. Pd. For. By R.' G. McDnniel, Chin., Pulaski Count}' Democratic Committee, Little Rock, Ark. Saturday October 30 Brookwood School will sponsor a Halloween Carnival Saturday night. They will serve a spaghetti supper beginning at 6 o'clock. The carnival will start at 7:30. Paisley school carnival is scheduled for Saturday night from 5 until 8 o'clock. Supper will be served in the lunchroom beginning' at 5 p m. This carnival. is sponsored by the P. T. A. An invitational Halloween dance will be held at the Country Club Saturday night, October 30. Dr and Mrs. A. L. Hardagc and Dr and Mrs. Emmett Thompson are hosts. The Junior Misses of Poplar Grove 1%. Woodmen Circle, will have a Halloween party on Saturday night, October 30, at 7:30 in the W O. W. hall on Walnut street. Sunday October 31 All Wesley Club members who Read How Mothers Praise ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN "I don't upset my child with medication ho doesn't like. I give St. Joseph Aspirin For Children. He likes its orango flavor, takes it willingly." Mrs. Mary Moore. Boston, Mass. JohnnyClark Has returned to the Capita! Barber Shop South Main Street and invites his friends 'to visit" him there. . Monday November 1 Circle 2 of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, November 1, at the homo f Mrs. Albert Graves on South ashington street,. Hope Band Auxiliary will meet ittmday, November 1, at 7:30 p. m. n Cannon Hall. The executive leeting will be at 7 o'clock, Circle 3 of Ihe First Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. Ed- ?ln Ward on Monday, November , at 3 p. m. wth Mrs. Jolly Byers s co-hosless. singing of songs, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Howard Collier, Mrs. Tom Anderson led the opening prayer. The devotional was given by Mrs. Howard White from a booklet entitled "Life in Japan." Mrs. Jesso Sinclair gave the spc- - . . rial, a poem entitled "White UntoiHighway 8 ' m the Ouachita Na- Harvest." Mrs. Collier led in pra-i'"'™! Forest in Montgomery Coun y. This will involve $273,202 of snr- Also lo Complete Continued from Page One Hifthway 27 and of 4.5 miles on yer. v The lesson from a portion of MEN'S UNIONS Men's Heavy $2.95 Unions BOY'S UNIONS Boy's $1.39 Unions. Just right for the cold days ahead LADIES $4.95 DRESSES Extra Special Closeout— 1 group of Ladies $4.95 Dresses LADIES TOPPERS and SHORT GOATS Just Arrived — Big new Selection &1^V f^Fm f A ^I^^^i Toppers and Short Coats. Use our J IIJ O JT J •" *P A"*! Layaway. Select Now * .• ^^ 35c PRINTS 4 yds. $1.00 35c Prints aiid Chambrays — Fast colors ....... BROWN SHEETING 4 yds. $1. 41" Heavy Brown Sheeting HEAVY OUTING yd. 39c 36" Heavy Winter Weight Outing M CORDUROY Yd. $1.00 H" Firs* Quality Corduroy •.••• $e.e the Big New Arrivals of Men, Women orid Children? Shoes. Budget Priced to Save You More. Children's Shoes...... $1;98 to $5.95 Ladies' Shoes $2.98 to $8.95 Men's and Boy's Shoes $3.95 to $14.95 ,3 Ib. can 79c FQLGERS MORTONS SALT Boxes MILK Pet and Carnation 4 co r £ 45c LIMA BEANS Pride of Ozark All Green 2 300 Cans CORN Mayfield Yellow 303 Can lOc W. POWDER All Brands Lg. Box s* i B ffVi4 a 'K r ifi&'C v^ryCKuid Premium 1 Lb. Box Mahatma Fancy Long Grain IQc PINEAPPLE Crushed and Sliced Flat Cans ORANGE JU3C! Donald Duck 6 Oz. Cans Lettuce Large Heads Lb. lOc Turnips and TOPS Home Grown Large Bunches Fine for Dressing Large Stalk SWEET Potatoes Home Grown • 3 Lbs. 2. DC P t FRESH DRESSED — NICE AND FAT HENS Ib. 35c TALL KORN ACON 2 !bs. 99c GROUND BEEF Ib. 33e FRESH COUNTRY SIRLOIN T-BONE AND CLUB . 49c Kathleen Mallory Circle Has Meeting The Kathleen Mallory Circle ol lie First Baptist Church met TTies- ay night, October 26, at the home f Mrs. Horace Hubbard. The business session was open- d with prayer by Mrs. Jewel Moire, Jr., Mrs. C. M. Rogers, Jr.. Ircle chairman, presided. Reports vere made by Mrs. Earl Bailey, jrogram chairman, who distributed he yearbooks; Mrs. Cecil O'Steen. tewardship chairman, who made i short talk on tithing and distributed material pertaining to titling; and Mrs. Moore, Community Missions chairman. W. M. U. sponsorship of a young girl at the Mon- Icello orphanage was discussed The group was reminded also of the annual Thanksgiving offering for the orphanage, with gifts to be brought to the church by November 14. Mrs. McDowell Turner, mission study chairman, then introduced Mrs. John Turner who presented a summary of thc first three chapter? of the book, "Pilgrimage to Brazil" by Everett Gill, Jr. The hostess served a dessert plate to the following: Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. O'Steen, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Jack Hogg, circle adviser, Mrs. Hubbard nnd to guests, Mrs. John Turner and Mrs. Glen Seaver. second chapter of Revelations was taught by Elder Howard White. Mrs. Sinclair gave a report of the previous meeting, and a discussion was held Concerning the monthly programs and meetings lo be held In the homes of members. The Thanksgiving program will Ue held at the home of Elder and Mrs. White on Monday, November 1. Elder While dismissed thc group with prayer. • Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stephens To Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stephens of Blevins, are celebrating thcjr Golden Wedding Anniversary on Saturday. October 30. Mr. Step- Hens is 72 years of age, and Mrs. Stephens is 67. They have three children. Mrs. Earl H. White of El Dorado, Mrs. Esther Nelson of Blevins, Chester of Blevins. and cia! federal forest highway funds be matched with an equal -.mount of state funds\ Eldridgc also was authorized to determine right - of - way require- nonls for improvement of these seciions of the secondary highway system: Three .miles of Highway 151 be- iwecn Gosnoll and the Missouri inc in Missisippi County. Six miles of Highway 8 between Board Camp and thc National Forest boundary in Pclk County. Fourteen miles of highway 29 .ictwccn Hope and Blavins in Hrmpstead County. Ten miles of Highway 158 between Caraway and Highway 77 in Craighcad and Missisippi Coun- Remmel, Faubus Continued froift I'afte Oft* party label proudly, but my oppo nenl is either afraid or ashamed ' to do this." Remmel made a personal appearance in Blythovitle last flight, in which he Said the climax to th« present campaign hasn't been reached. "I'm coming down.-'the 1 home stretch," he said, "but t haveii't begun to sprint." Rommel climax to snid he hoped the the face would come election day. Voters will decide between the two candidates Nov. 2. it tradition holds true, they will elect Faubus. Rcmmel would be thc first Repb- lican governor of Arkansas in mote than 75 years. The "Republicans for Faubus'* group at Eureka Springs is j> rl- ival for thc mcl" clubs Fourtccn miles of Highway 24 in Howard and Hempstcnd counties from Naf.hville of McCaskill. Reconstruction o£ bridges on Highway 38 in St. Francis County between Highways 50 and 79. Coming and Going Mrs. J. W. Franks, Mrs. John L. Wilson, Jr., and Miss Evelyn Briant attended the Peace Lectures at the First Methodist Church in Magnolia on Wednesday. The spea- Ker was Bishop Hazen H. Werner, Resident Bishop of the Ohio Area of the Methodist Church, Columbus, Ohio. Actress Faces Hit-Run Charge LOS ANGELES W Lynne Baggctt faces a Mr. and Mrs. Coy Waldcn of Fair Lawn, New Jersey, have returned to their home after a month's visit with Mr. Waldcn's sister, Mrs. H. P. Robertson, and Mr. Robertson. Brookwood 4-H Club Reorganizes The Brookwood 4-H club met In the school auditorium on Tuesday Octobe'r 26, for reorganization. Leaders, Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie and Mr. Oliver Adams, were present for the meeting. Membership cards were filled out by both old and new members. The following officers were elected; President. Curtis Churchwell: vice-president, Ford Ward; secro tary, Margaret Lauterbach; song leader, Phillip Gilliam; reporter. Linda Thrash. Plans were discussed for projects to be worked on for the year, arid meeting dates will be thc fourth Tuesday of each month. Hospital Notes Branch \ ' '"" ^ Admitted: Mrs. Saner K. May, Rt. 3. Hope, Amanda Jackson. Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Clifton Evans and baby boy, Hope, Mrs. K. G Rateliff, Rt. 4, Hope. Julia Chester . Admitted: Mr. Gilbert Odell Hope, Arthur Pickens, Rt. 3, Hope Bobbie Witherspoon, Washington Discharged: Mrs. Ray Faris anc daughter,, Leah Faye, Rt. 3, Hope Mrs. BeSdie Hunter, Rt. 4, Hope Irene Bryant, Hope. Actress probatio >i oaring and sentence Nov. 17 on felony charge ;of. hit-run drivin; n the death of a year-old boy A jury convicted her yestei'daj f that charge but acquitted her o i second felony, count of man laughter. The hit-run charge car ies a maximum penalty of five 'ears in prison and a $5,000 fine The 27-year-old blonde testified h e"blackcd out" and fled aftei i collision in which Joel Watnicl died last July 6. Wsen it is time to migrate in Ihe fall, egrets and eagles often fl; north instead of south until winte turns them back. Relieve Cougliing:SpelIs .Stuffiness-Fast"'. • Eifectiv8ly.-w.ijtn 'Democrats for Rom- that have sprung up since the young Republican's cam* i pai ?,n got' under way. At the rally at Eurkca Springs ere one Republican represents? ve and at least one member of ic Republican State Committee. Remmel yesterday carried hisi andshaking campaign into the 71st f Arkansas' 75 counties. Aside •om Blytheville, he made person- 11 appearances in several Missis- ippi County points. 1. "Vatley>f the flhtni 2. 'JBtll .Hojjj&KtTBartf 3. News of .th4.fr" 1 ''•*••" • FRI. BieTfttrcrpittlfeil LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST THE BEAUTY BOX Open 0 days a week- After 3\appointmctits foe the working girls Latest Hair Styling Phone 7-5850 112 S. Main Ruth Hoclscher Janell Roberts LEO GENN •IN MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RD. • TONIGHT & FRIDAY •/ Tom & Perry Cartoon Saturday Nitc "DONOVAN'S BRAIN' Unity Baptist Senior Ladies Auxiliary Meets The Senior Ladies Auxiliary of the Unity Baptist Church met Monday, October 25, .at 2 p. m. at the church with 15 members, one visitor and two children present. Mrs. John Bill Jordan led In the first in Quality — Made extra strong with a super satin finish. Rubber-Tipped — no sharp ends to cut or scratch. •f DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617 We Give Eagle Stamps Your Extra Savings *"' u v r ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 7 DAY SUPBl SPECIAL! MONEY-SAVING GST- ACQUAINTED OFFER— THURSDAY thru wgONfiOA • IftffigW™ 9 r>J .1 rJ^ti^msfft 3-D t. 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