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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 30, 1954
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? ^ : ;1W MOPE STAR, H6PI, ARKANSAS Safuhlay, defofeef 30, •mmmrrmf -itMTnvi-i (-i t, w&med Fatoy. beUa ft, asw '"• it Is bawer^d by a Bolls Uttyce jMV success- turbo- jet „. ...e e-ri^ JdWers In flight like 'ft;* Mile latodihf ;i|hd^iing> ^J|^_22!t _ .-.-or—a'coiild Ifijattb^iiW$£e$rlrig,i; thin-legged <ieer.'V-Hunched; ^^^1i^^^^m^^^<^^^^e^ : S^»''' '^W^^He^pyMa;^s':ri8mpyed"to; ! itS; cage; at., a liS^^^i£^;'Fia^oo,;y>:;v"^^v?:x:: ; ;;."-:-•-:.;•: :-'-•, '" "'&U^'&^^i^'f'^"^''f^^~ : ^y : ' : '^^'<^ 'i 1 -*' ; '- : ''''- ' :'• •'"• : -' : ; . -whp used:to-keep her monfey in /her stocking can now carry It m her shoe. Shoe stylist Laure, '•'•-of Paris, France,' added a tiny ..patent, leather change purse to "a new'pair of pumps, a handy place to- carry change, bus . tokens/and.big bills, providing ".'-.--•.• th*ey!'are folded.- SUPER UPSWEPT - That's all: Kair v at6p the; head of Lucia IJan'zingJer, wife ' of a famous Austrian ^hairdresser. -The. coiffure was called "Christmas .Tree"', atfd 'was entered in the world championship hairdress- , ing contest, Brighton, Kngland. M^jimmmm^^^Am^mm^ Bffl^E^&titf^t^ S|MB1^feutJye^'SBy ^8W,s;they flg W re^th«y!U' ^ii^^tp?wbSrrt^teen : talH" 4s. w»t/Greek,/ Above, a BvSS_'F^«^:l--\'Ai;il_if- x..i.i ' -. - *^.AA*tr»rt 'nt •. #"h« GonlnM>Rpnllt •* 'CPilM REMINDERS—These markers near Plains.-Kan., are reminders of the worst highway accl- ever recorded in Kansas. Eight persons died when a passenger car and a truck collided.: The markers were set up as a warning to motorists that it can—and did—happen here. j THE FIRST—Marian Anderson became the first Negro to sign a contract to sing with the Metropolitan Opera Company. Acclaimed by critics as one of the greatest singers of the century, she will make her first appearance in January.; FILM MEDAL - This design has been chosen by India tor its presidential medal, an award to be given for the best documentary film produced in India up- to 1954. Artist Sri Kanu Desai designed the medal. •' ' ^ V f tt f ' ^ ,'- - 3^«»^ J '«Wr'AWV««S : t'»M">M.v' 1 " v. .J- ..-. ^ ^^.V^^W-KWAA '•—*- —ROLLING CLASSROOMS-Mobile classrooms designed for adult visual education will soon make , ILL—E. H. Crump, aged Tennessee political leader, is reported critically ill at his Memphis home with a heart ailment. The white-haired "boss"i_ has been ailing for a year. . j j INVESTIGATOR - Lt.-Gen.| ! James H. Doolittle, world-j : famous aviator, is in charge of; a group which is investigating! ' the secret operations of the.; .Central Intelligence Agency^ The move was sanctioned by the White House. •SIMILAR ' 1 -™.".* •— • --4-"Moti" the goat, a favorite of the kids : Baftersea Gardens, is ST^ When "Moti" gets too rambunctious, Ruth French, a 19. attendant, gives him a taste of h,is own medicine. j EASY PICKIN'S—"I got tired draggin* that sack, so I just built me this little buggy," says cotton- picker Hezekian Stinson, at Caddo Mills, southwest of Greenville, Tex. And for 10 years he's been wheeling it up and down cotton rows all over Hunt County, carrying no-telUng how many pounds of cotton to the" scales. Stinsonsaid'he has beenimproving ita little now and then_ and the last time Jie had it weighed it tipped the scales at 100 pounds. J'Pulls easy, though, 1 ^he says./- % IN A NEW CAST—The chase'for Moby Dick, (the legendary whale) landed actor Richard Basehart in a Fishguard, Wales, hospital. Basehart broke bis leg ny,three,places jumping from the deck of a boat during the filming, of the movie, "Moby Dick." With him is his wife, Valentina Cortessa. ' , MAN, JHQ THQSg ©QNl aVU$l-» fy&tftafe ?he_y>4 jiey$r fbapMlj NPtn| did, p p^PtP above shows, JR\jfl^4<J|;pl tt»E $$gi?ftFifi? ^ffi^KSMr "'^R^' K?ns., nojy think they've !in? se? g«U? flocking ovej- |h> $mm prajrit- Put they c Saturday, October 30, 1954 HOP! STAR, HSM, ARKANSAS OCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Saturday October 30 Brookwood School will sponsor a Halloween Carnival Saturday night. They will serve a spaghetti supper beginning at 6 o'clock. The caSiival 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 danco will be held at the Country Club Saturday night, October 30. Dr | an^»Mrs. A. L. Hardage and Dr and Mrs. Emmctt Thompson arc hosts. The Junior Misses of Poplar Grove 196, 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 pla|j)to join in the UNICEF Halloween Drive are requested to meet in the church kindergarten at 4:30 SAENGER jjr LAST DAY * Big Triple Program GENE TIERNEY .LEO GENN • GLYNIS JOHNS o'clock Sunday aftrnoon. Monday November 1 Circle 2 of the W. S. C. S. of thoi The meeting dates of November and December were changed to the third Wednesday of each mon- | th, due to holidays at the end of !each of these months. '; The secretary was asked to mail ! a card to Mrs. Carrigan whose granddaughter is ill. Mrs. Jack Hogg was in charge of the program. She outlined the year's work. Then a discussion was held on what flowers should be planted this month. The hostesses served pie and First Methodist Church will meet. P0 f[ ee tq 13 members and one gu- Monday, November 1, at the homwj es j_ of Mrs. Albert Graves on South' Washington street. Hope Band Auxiliary, will meet Monday, November 1. at 7:30 p. in. In Cannon Hall. The executive meeting will be at 7 o'clock. Emmet W, S. C. S, Meets Thursday ; The Emmet Methodist W. S. C. S. Clubs Baker The October meeting of the Bale- 1 er Home Demonstration Club was held at the home of Mrs. Gus Foster with Mrs. Orville Steadman as co-hostess on October 14i The president, Mrs. T. B. Fenwick, called the meeting to order and the club creed was read in unison. Mrs. Merlin Cox, secretary, read the minutes of the last meeting, followed by reports from the various community leaders. Mrs. J. W. White led a discussion on lighting fixtures in the home, and gave a demonstration on making simple furniture. The met Thursday October 28,' at 2:30 P rise Package was won by Mrs. „ ,„ „* iux i.-j,,„„(,•„„„! -n,,ii^i«r, Lawrence Easterline. Circle 3 of the First Methodist',yt-r program. p. in. at the Educational Building of the church for the week of Church will meet with Mrs. Edwin Ward on Monday, November Mrs. Ravny Garland had charge o£ the program entitled "Our All 1, at 3 p. m. wth Mrs. Jolly Byers — Sufficient Help." Mrs. Shelby as co-hostess. Jones provided music during the ! program. Mrs. J. M Johnson, Mrs Circle 6 of the W. S. C. S. will Frank Hal torn and Mrs. Denrnan meet. Monday, with Mrs. L. B. Too-jwylie gave talks concerning the lev at 2 p. m. Mrs. Dick Walkins purpose of the program. Mrs. Gar- will bring the devotional. The pro-1 land then led in the dedication of gram will be in charge of Mrs John Gardner Alpha Delta Chapter of the Delta gifts. A collected. generous offering was Kappa Gamma Hocirty will nice-tubers. Monday, November 1, at 4:30 p.' m. with Mrs. P. L. Perkins. Mrs. Horace Fuller wilt be associate hostess. -, • i Twelve members enjoyed pie arid ; coi'fcc provided by various mem- Gardenia Garden Club Meets Thursday Mitchell—Fore Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Mitchell of Patmos, announce the marriage of their daughter, Jacinta Gayle, to Bobby Jarrel Fore, son of Mr. and The Gardenia Garden Cluo met! Mrs Foy Fore b{ Rpsston. Thursday, October 28, in the home of Mrs. Jack Hog" with Mrs. Leonard Ellis and Mrs. Gus Harries as co-hostesses. Attractive arrangements of flowers were placed throughout the entertaining rooms. The meeting was opened with a prayer by Mrs. J. C. Carlton. Thy roll was called and the rnimitos •--.•ere read and approved. The treasurer reported a balance of $16.39, and the club voted ! to mako the club dues $2.50 per j year, and' this sum will be used to pay for the year books. Mrs. C. F. Baker was welcomed Into the club as a new member. The Reverend Glen Parks officiated at the double ring ceremony performed Saturday evening, October 23. The couple's only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Whatley. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Fore arc at home at SOo'/fe South Main in Hope. ,Uilh VIRGINIA .GREY • HENRY MORGAN >r. MUED ABIIS1S PRODUC1IOM Chapter 8 of Serial, "MANHUNT IN THE AFRICAN JUNGLE" & COLOR CARTOON • SUN.&MON. '^t'sall a bout a Ma n-a bout-town a girl about 18 — and an about-to-be bride, who's about fit to be tied 1 Garrett Memorial Baptist G. A.'s Meet The Girls' Auxiliary of the Gar- rctl Memorial Baptist Church mel Tuesday, October 26, at 7 p. m. in the home p'f Vivian and Valdean Tonnemaker. Afier a short business session, games were played. Refreshments carrying -out thp •awrence Easterling. During the business meeting the club voted for each member to jring a pattern for a homemade Christmas gift to be exchanged at he November meeting, also all 1955 demonstration and yearbook 'deas are to be turned in.' Mrs. Woodrow Baker was honored with a pink and blue shower and was presented a corsage of minia- .ure dolls and safety pins.' Refreshments were served to 10 members and 4 visitors, Mrs. J. K. Kennedy, Mrs. Donald Williams, Miss Baker and Master Easterling. The November, meeting will be in the home of Mrs. E. S. Andrews.. Sweet Home Mrs. Harrol Ingram was hostess lo 15 members of the Sweet Homo Demonstration Club on October 15. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Zack Stone. Mrs. J. E. Ward was in charge. Mrs. Harrol gave the devotional and prayer was led by Mrs. Ward. Roll call was answered by "One step I can take toward world peace." A quilt to be given away in November at the regular meeting was on display. A building committee was appointed to draw plans for the club house. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be November 19 in the home of Mr. C. A. Phillips. ^.Halloween motif were served to 1 23 members and the. two sponsors MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RD. 9 TONIGHT ONLY ® • DOUBLE FEATURE © Story of a Mysterious Bank Shortage . . . BARRY SULLIVAN MARY BETH HUGHES "Loop Hole" o ALSO e • RONALD REAGAN • DOROTHY MALONE • PRESTON FOSTER • ALEX NICOL "LAW AND ORDER" TECHNICOLOR Plus A Good Color Cartoon TO OUR PATRONS: IT DOESN'T SEEM POSSIBLE But Calendars don't lie ... It's time for us to say 'GOODBYE!" TONIGHT ends our 1954 Drive- In Movie Season. We thank you for your patronage and we hope to see you here again next Spring! In the meantime visit the Saenger & Rialto Theatres. Mrs. Paul Church and Purlle. Mrs. Ted Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson attended the Hadden-Patton wedding ir Lewisville on Thursday afternoon. Ike Prepares Sunday Punch of Campaign By WILLIAM M. BATES WASHINGTON (UP) President Eisenhower got set to throw his Sunday punch in the roaring congressional battle today while} Adlai E. Stevenson stumped for Democratic candidates in the vote- rich East. Mr. Eisenhower will give the Republican campaign a final boost with a nationwide radio TV speech (at 9:430 p. m. EST) tonight and a flying tour of, four crucial areas tomorrow. His only other scheduled campaign effort before Tuesday's election will bo, the tnuli tiorial "get out and vote" appeal Monday night. Financed by the Republican national committee, Mr. Eisenhower's windup tour will take him to Cleveland, Detroit, Louisville and Wilmington, Del. All four cities are located in states where Republicans and Democrats are lock ed in bitter-end senatorial contests Stevenson, who carried the Dem ccratic banner against Mr. Ei senhower two years lis party's drive to ago, pushcc capture oor trol 'of Congress into the New York-New Jersey area today after unloading a blistering attack on the GOP in Wilmington, Del., yes .erday. Seldom, said Stevenson, has thi: nation "lost as much grounc abroad and made as little prof rest at home" as it has under 20 months of GOP rule. "A Democratic vote will mean that we want an end of this sordid bickering and confusion whether televised or not Continued from Page One blonde, and frosty ale blonde. j which ho describes as "the sky of j Paris squeezed from a tube." j Think I was kidding about hav- |ing your wife's hair match J your jpjlka dot tie? Well, listen to 'd'Auriol: "Fashion mannequins in Paris stprtsd that some time ago —Originally with black and white, then pink and goif, red and blue and linally deep gold and black leo- I paid spots. I "Now many French ladies color 1heir hair that way. But the 'color that more and more perfer is Bordeaux wine. It looks like a glass of red wine held up to the light." Maybe this is what your own wife needs. Why not hold her up to the light, and give her a long thoughtful look? Rocky Mound A demonstration on making racks table protectors, and bookends was given by Mrs. Fred Wilson, home industry leader, when the Rocky Mound Home Demonstrati6n Club met in the home of Mrs. G. E. Barwick, Jr., for the October meeting. The president presided during the business session. New officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Claude McCorkle; Vice President, Mrs. Coy Zumwalt: Secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Byers; Reporter, Mrs. Orie Byers; Song leader, Mrs. H. H. Higgason; ecreational leaders, Mrs, Free Mlson and Mrs. E. V. Juris. A report was given by the home rounds leader. During the recreation period, pries were won by Mrs. Wayne Turer and Mrs. McCorkle, with the urprise package going to Mrs. im Chambers. There were 16 members present, thers attending were Mmes. Ray urner, Earl Dudley, Norman Tay- r, G. Barwick, Sr., Clifford Meser, F. J: Bruce, and one visitor. Irs. Wilbur Sisson. Also present ere nine children. The next meeting will be on the •iginal meeting day, the third hursday in November at the home f Mrs. Orie Byers with Mrs. T. . Bright as co-hostess. SWING HIQH;; feef costumes, yi,, T . T ^ JW ^,, W she m.a4e her first apj>ea,r|Rc,| TONIGHT Won't War to Eliminate Unemployment From Our ire ervlces EN ROUTE with Eisenhower — President Eisenhower opening an election hour aerial campaign on behalf of Republican candidates .pledged today that America never will go to war to solve the unemployment problem. , • Addressing a police - estimated crowd gf 2,500 persons at Clevo land Hopkins Municipal Airport, ]the President said prosperity under the Democrats was based on war. Ho promised that his administration will rlo everything possible lo find jobs for those out of work, but said the solution under his leadership never will be based on a war economy. The President carried his figh+ r a Republican Congress to foui .'.tales in a one-day flying political tour, with the four stops designec help Republican congressirma particularly Senate candidates, candidates. Rain forced his speech at the Cleveland airport to be moved in doors. In Detroit, at the seconc stop, a crowd estimated at 50.0QC jammed Cadillac Square in down town Detroit. Rain, which had fa all morning, stopped shortly before the President arrived, am thi; run appeared. As he finishec speaking, clouds began to gathe again. , t _ LEADER KILLER TUNIS. Tunisia W) French p lice shot and killed the leader o a band of independents seckin terrorists yesterday jn a cUtsh a B|ebisjl eJ Hfrra, a^bflut JO mile Liberty Hill The October meeting of the Lib- rty Hill Demonstration Club was eld in the home of Mrs. Jewei lields. Mrs. Shields used for the de- otional "Love Worketh No 111", omans 13:9-14, and led the group n the praying of the Lord's pray- Mrs. James Vess gave a sum- lary of the meeting she attended iven by the cancer society. Mrs. J. L. Light demonstrated ie making of a simple spice rack. The club voted to have its next meeting the first Thursday in Dec- mber at the home of Mrs. E. H yers. The following received birthday ifts this month: Mrs. Clyde Huck- bee, Mrs. Irvin Belts, Mrs. Nellie rooks, Mrs. Lester Beckham, Miss Dorothy Williams and Miss Ella "3eard. The surprise package was won y Mrs. Irvin Belts. In addition to those mentioned bove, refreshments were served o: Mmes. Huron Light, S. C. Huck- bee, and George Williams. that has los this country respect abroad," he said. Both national committees, jnean while, hammered at each other ever unemployment which has be come a key issue in the campaign Democratic National Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell said Presiden Eisenhower failed to "tell tli whole story" when lie claimed in a speech Monday that unem ployment had dropped by 400.00C Mitchell said the administration' own figures put the jobless dc dine at 3,58,000. British Strikers Strengthen Lines '•LONDON Iffl Leaders of lh< wildcat dock strike crippling Bri sin's main seaports strengthens their picket lines against a back to-work drift today as the stoppage entered its 34th day. •}M6re than 43,000 of the nation' 76;.GO,Q dockers still were idle am 344 ships were tied up awaitin, loading or unloading' of cargo. An official court of inquiry a ranged, meanwhile, to give tlv House of Commons an interim re port ' on the big stoppage. Approximately 300 dockers wen back to work in London and Liver pool yesterday but 200 other join ed the walkout in Manchester. Man to Trial in Shotgun Slayin g DE WITT, Wl Trial for Wai ter Baxter, 44, on'a charge of firs degree 'murder in the shotgun slay ing of City-Marshal Burt O. Bur bank, has been set for Thursday Burbank was killed Aug. 38 whit he was investigating reports of dis turbance at a boarding house hers The marshal was shot when h reached the porch of the houso Prosecutor J. B. Reed said hi will ask the death penalty. PAJAMAS TOO NKW YORK (UP iff! — The Ai: Force, which recently hired wai resses to eliminate KP duty, tt day was studying the possibility of issuing pajamas to recruits t "speed xip. . . the adjustment Iron civilian life. 1 ' Servicemen now shorts. sleep in thet: Auto Salesman Held in Slaying BURBANK, Calif., (UP) — A 29- I'ear-old auto salesman was held n suspicion of murder today in he death of-Mrs. Mary Von Elm, 7, wife of former National Ama- etir Golf Champion George Von Elm. Mrs. Von Elm's body \vas found prawled in a car on a parking lot of a cocktail bar early yesterday. Police said circumstances led them o believe she may have been slain. Meanwhile, Dr. Frederick D. fewbarr, Los Angeles county autopsy surgeon, disclosed follow- 'ng an examination of the body hat the cause of death was nicotine poison. : Booked on suspicion of murder was Roy Ford, Von Elm's golfing protege and friend, whc tolcl police he saw Mrs .Von Elm drink what he believed was a poison plant tprya. 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 LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST THE BEAUTY BOX Open 6 days a week After 5 appointments for the working girls Latest Hair Styling Phone 7-5850 112 S. Main Ruth Hoelscher Janell Roberts •MOOEU' CRASH K4NGSPQRT, Tenn... (UP)Slate patrpjm.cn who "rushed, to PUf $ , a JseoFted,,, mine) f ti . FOR QUALITY and DiPSNDABlUTY Ut us fill those : ; Yitvl on duty at 9 1 1 time?. Call PR 7-3484 fpr speedy delivery from 7 m» $9 7 p. m, ,'*" •*'*'$'$* SUPPORT PARTY '&$ Ji, \ «8J l'f^''§^ In the great tests that the Democratic ParMH5S|^ faced in the past, Arkansas has always stood 'fjrnfgfkbtf^sfc the party that has given our nation such great !eaqj| Jefferson, Jackson, Wilson, Roosevelt, and many,fSL others. In 192.8, when some Southern states deserted^ ranks, Arkansas stood fast. Again, two years agq£t^ state proudly stayed in the Democratic column 1 . Vj ^f^| WHY IS THIS SO? Why Does Arkansas Vote the Democratic Ticket Year After Ye The answer, of course, is simple, Arkdnsas; y^t| the Democratic ticket because a majority-of the peog] of the state believe in the same things, the D party believes in. They want to vote for the 1 '. has been fighting their battles all through'th'e^^e They know that Democratic leadership ha f s" ; a||, brought progress and prosperity to our ngti6iat'C3^cl|j state. Democrats know that their;place Js/in AU - "^ that has a place for Arkansas. ,Jhey vote'JfoKJ because they believe in the Delriocratic^p'ai '•x/^'jp^ party's leadership, and in the triings^the^pe^oc^t' party stands for, ' l ( .", JhVtt 1 ^"^*^ CAN" • YO^il You can help the Democratic party it at all levels of government by going to the p da y/ November 2, 1954, and voting for a\ nominees in State, District, County and City ' Your Vote Helps Provide the Strength for t|ifl , cratic Party in Your State and Nation. .t* \ •• • - .... Ai.-*] -- -" * c ft - , ,.i We, the undersigned Democratic Office Holcjef|/*e Democratic Nominees; serving Hempstead ' City of Hope, Arkansas, do earnestly solicit of every voter in the County for the entire Ticket to be voted on at the General Electl November 2, 1954. It Is our belief that only process of our Democratic form of Govercimen|''^jjJ best interests of our people in Arkansas County be served. W. S; Atkins Chairman Hempstead County Democratic Central Committee A. N, Rider Sam A. McGill Walker Chambless A. G. Martin C. C. Stuart P, A. Lewis Ggr.reJt Willis Harry hidwthorne Gene Lee V " Clifford FrgnKs 01 in A. Lewis Jimmie Cook Arnold J. Middl§brooks Mrs, C Cogk C.A.Hamilton R, B, Arnold L.'E. Crain ,A.W.Mclver A. M. Hulsey G. S, Crews M. T, Hwbbai C. F. Gilbert Homer Chos, F, , V ' 1 ' 'k ,«a> »lfV,i|« .1 " ft&$ "^fy /^. T. 0, (Top)

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