Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 2, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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gf*v ' '),'- HOH» S?A*, MOM, , Nbvertifeet- 3, . Jhe. itirti hiss heretofore .-" .; «*»>i vote, tapertd" of e going to vote would fj.my.ffcdictcd lo fly to US'ballot ttT tittle Sock t%fio returned to Little ttcr completing ^'^78 counties, i^sSttltfll fitv /| 1 5?5'«*.»5J,»»»*>3»»L**J J * W> * *•* *V • ^riaid IwH-ch la?t night R./J. "-- •• jauttoaien was &f'fir* fcft ti>e twe oindlcinte*- arc nspfrfiy have failed he bn the tiArt of £ splinter ttf t«ro td divert the voters fhs twain issue at the cam* to "Splinter Deluded ttos for rhlitefe. ' fflite Jferprflei-supoorUnj feroup charge* triet Faubus has cor* sealed from official agencies Information which should have been revealed froneernttt* his brief association With defunct Communist- branded Commonwealth College Meha, Ark in 1935. A «.aWus Sattirday released with' ftUt Comment a telegram from Sen. 01H D. ^ohttfton of South Carolina, We Wire eaid that Faubus had beeri cleared both for "security and qualifications'" by tho Civil Service Commission before his ap- nointment as Huntsville prtstmfts- Venereal Disease Increase Reported House Clark Is Pledged Job ROCk i/P the number of Venereal disease cases reported to. the State Health Department during the third quarter of this year was almost c.ouble tho number in the previous quarter. Durihg July, August and Septem-| ber there were 513 cases of gonor-j rhea and 412 cases of syphilis re-! potted, compared to 2G9 cases of gonorrhea and 22 cases of syphilis in the preceding three monlhs. So far this year the incidence of gonorrhea totals 1,134 cases, whlla the number of syphilis cases reported totals 927. riok«d ff % V * modo. T I %M* 4. * Wi^K^n - v ^Cf.-. fc J Ju- . •fhe -Citizens for Clean Elections. last night, released copies of what H'said Was a telegram from U.S. Civil Service Commissioner George Moore. The release .said: "A thorough full field investiga- libr. ..v/as not conducted of Mr. Faubus by the Civil Service Commission prior to his permanent appointment as postmaster at Hunts- vine on Dec. 31, 1952." During the Democratic primary campaign, the length' and nature of Faubus stay nt Commonwealth became a powered issue. Faubus defeated <3oy. Francis , Chorry for a second term nomination by abou 7..000 votes. " b.3 only statewide contest today is the governor's race. Faubus last flight accused Rem mel of- attempting to prevent th city of LittJe'- R6'ck>:from joining in a figty against a requested rate increase fdr Arkansas Power and Light Co. He also , asked several questions about Rommel's work as mayor of Little Rock. The references were to \ifhat Faubus called Rommel's faihlres-" arid broken promises during the latter's three years as mayor,' Remtnel, in his "last minute" ppcech said he still was convinced that Arkansas "is- the land of op- pot tWnity.' "J|ut it truly grieves mo to see us near the -bottom of the ladder in income and schools and industry When we .abound in such wealth." he said. Arkansas Is at the bottom he said because "we smile fit graft and. 'waste i but do nothing about it. 1 *" • U. S. Sen,' John L. McClellan and the state's > sijc ' Democratic Congressmen Will be re-elected w,ith opposition. AlsOi on the • state, ballot will . be •three nr'opoffed constitutional amendments .and one' referred act. ~ ~ ' " • £d|nnjies Hit Again at Nationalists TAIPEI,.- Formosa- (UP) Chinese Communist warplanes and p/tillery unleashed "new attacks to- 'day agafnst "the Tachen Island group, Chiang Kai-shek's northernmost possessions. Five • Russian-built tv/in-engivic bombers bpmbed Yikiansshnn, T»- chen's north anchor, while Communist batteries on , Toumen Ifland resumed the heavy rhelling of YiKiar^RShan bepun .yesterday. Nationalist sources, said Red artillery hUJled thousands of ahetls at the tiny island. There were no immediate reports of ' casualties. yh£ Reds shelled the island for eight hours yesterday. ' ' The Tachen islands ' lie slightly mp;re thao 200 miles from the northern tip of Fcrmosa. The Reds began attacking this group yesterday, giving r j<se • to -fears among Nationalist officials that an invasion might be imminent, Meanwhile, Ghjnes.<? Najionplist planes, and ships wqre- reported at. tacking Communist positions on the mainland. It yas presumed the Na* tioalists were aiming at Commu- risj air bdsps In Chekajng province from which the Reds have been mounting their raids o Ta- session of China. The Reds fired more than 3,000 shells from Toumen island against Vikianeshan between 2 p. m. and 10 u. m. yesterday, Nationalist sources Said Owing to the presence of Communist MtGs in the area, Nation- list bombers weie forced to maki heir sorties against mahilancl portions before daybreak. :3ome Na- ionnlist plane also attacked To.t- nert,' it was reported, in nn r.t- empt to silence the Red f.rtillery. LlffLE ROCK tm — Nelson clerk of the 1952 House »t Repre sentatives, says he has ieeeived pledges from 92 of the 100 members o fthe House though to assure his return to that 'job in 1055. Cox, one timd state Highway Der parlmcnt purchasing afjcnt, is a former House member and first served as clerk last year. He now is public relations director for the Game: and Fish Commission. To take the clerk's job, he said he would quit if necessary or take a loave of abrence. . There has been some speculation that Harvey Combs, secretary of the Senate in 1953, would have that position again when the Legislature convenes next year. Combs entered the campaign of Orval Faubus, Democratic nominee for governor, and Friday resigned his position as state insurance commissioner. If Faubus is elected today, speculators say Combs may be re'ap- poihted insurance commissioner. GAN't LOSE CHICAGO, (UP) The Independent Voters of Illinois prepared to celebrate an election victory even before a vote was cast. "The 1-V-l supports split ticket voting," the organizntioh said. Spme of its candidates ate bolilid to win. Man Killed, Wife Wounded in Shooting LlTTL^l JROCK Oft A fnan was killed and his wife was seriously tvotir.ded by blasts from a 12- gauge shotgun at their home hero today. Frank Ridens, 44, had been despondent for some time, his wife, Mrs. Frances 'Ridens, 40, toM police. Mrs. Ridens was shot in tho left side and left hand. City Police Detective Allen Jackson said the woman toM thi 1 ? t-tory. Her husbahd didn't want her to go to her job at the State. Hospital this morning. While she was on the telephone about 6:30 a. m. this morning, she saw her husband approaching her. with a shotgun. She ran to The front door as Ridens fired, and fell into the front yard. Then she heard a shot in the back of their house. Ridens was found in the house with a gun wound near his heart. Jacque, :the Ridens' ll-year-old daughter, was In the house during the shooting .She called an older brother, D'Arthur Ridens. who lives nearby. Earth's earliest standard mea" sures probably was the Egyptian cubit ,20.62 inches long, says the National Geographic Society. JOHNSON PRINTING CO, • Printing • Office ,5,'upplies Phone 7-2541 .W'FrbhiSt. For suffering of tueiday, November 2, 1954 HOPE STAR, HO Ft, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. less people and refugees. Friday November 5 The Rose Garden Club will meet Friday. November 3, at 3 p. m. in |the home of Mrs. W. B. Mason, 311 North Pine. Co-hostesses are Mrs. Cecil Biddle and Mrs. Harry Shiver. FREE Stop by our office and get- — for FREE.— a book upon which- you may take an (inventory of your household goods and personal possessions. 210 S. Main Roy Anderson &Co. INSURANCE Hope, Arkansas T; V. Cfjdriie by "Vic" Cobb / ; . TV K.CPAIIV Sure c Chief, Vic Cobb will trade" you :one of .those swell new T. V. sets for .your ojd one . .'.'you won't need.your hatchet. COBB'S Radio & TV Service Phone 7-2598 *i# •**»• to . fragmentary and conflicting repprts. It appeared tfta^ sprae ^0 Communist planes; , june medJum bombers and 11 MIGs opp^(l J50 bombs yestcirdsy en achen, making two Rortjee. N?tipna)l8t saurces «ai4 the Reds Msed B considiersble summer of casualties. Earltsr report* said J4 persons were killed. The attack? marKetf the first time that the 'Reds have Bent planes against Chiang KaJ'U Inland hpldings sln«;e they won What About Your We have <3 good stock of good used radiators for all make cars and trMcks. Now is the time to have it'.checked and fixed before cold weather arrives. WYUE Glass & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street THANKS ©AJR FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS Per the Splendid Business Given Us During Our Furniture Sale . V * FURNITURE COMPANY Terrell Cornelius Calendar November 2 VFW Auxiliary will meet night at 7:30 at the hut. Hostesses are Mrs. Alvin Willis and Mrs. Kathleen Deloney. £ Wednesday November 3 • The Woman's Auxiliary of St. park's Episcopal Church will meet in the home..of Mrs. J. D, .Barlow •on Wednesday, November '• 3. at V:30 p. m. ; - Girl Scout Troop 3 will meet 'at the Little Hut for a supper, on .Wednesday night, November 3, fit 5 p .m. The girls are 'asked to jjrlng their dues. SHOP WEDNESDAY — AND DOUBLE YOUR SAVINGS WITH THESE LOW PRICES AND DOUBLE "S & H" GREEN STAMPS — ON PURCHASES OF $2.50 OR MORE. BEST MEAT IN TOWN WHOLE OR HALF Lb. HOME MADE — PURE PORK FLUFFY'"ALL" DETERGENT 35c AUNT ELLEN'S PI-DO 9 Oz. Pkg. 17c SUC5ARIPE DRIED Read How Mothers Praise ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN "I don't upset my child with medication he doesn't 1(kc. I give St. Joseph Aspirin For Children. He likes its orange flavor, takes it willingly." Mrs. Mary Moore, lioston, Mass. Thursday November 4 Hope Chapter 328, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Thursday. November 4. at 7:30 p. m. for an election of officers and installation ceremony. Pat Cleburne Chapter of the U. D. C. will meet Thursday, November 4, at 2:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Graydon Anthony. The Hope Unit of the United I Council of Church Women will meelj Friday, November 5. at -2:30 at the First Methodist Church. The program theme, "Building Lasting Peace" will be carried out in a pageant and pantominc which has been planned by Mrs. W. E. Tone- son. Mesdames Crit Stuart, Jr.. and C. V. Nunn, Jr., will present the worship program, and special music will be rendered by Mrs. Haskell Jones. Women oC all denominations are invited to attend! and are asked to bring "Parcels ot Peace" consisting of warm clothes p for destitute children, and household linens and blankets for homa- W. S. C. S. Circle One Has Meeting Circle One of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church met Monday in the home of Mrs. Fr&nk Wallers with Mrs. E.'S. Burke as co-hostess. Mrs. Arnold opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Webb, circle charman, conducted the .busijl'ess meeting and asked for cookies^ to be served at the church on'EJfida'y at the United Council of Churches meeting, and also for dish towels for the church kitchen. Mrs. Miller, teacher, had charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Roy Thornton and Mrs. Arnold. Refreshments were served to 17 members, this city. ! The wedding will be an event of late November. Miss Norvell is a 1954 graduate of Hope High Shool, and is now employed in Dallas. Mr. Key, a 1953 graduate of Hope High School, is also employed in Dallas. Willing Workers Auxiliary Meets Monday The Willing Workers Auxiliary of the Unity Baptist Church met Monday evening at seven o'clock with six members present. Group singing was led by Elder Howard White, and Lillie Hill led in prayer. The devotional from, the 100th Psalm was presented by Mrs. Sam Williams. The. special, "You'll Nev- er'iBe; Sorry,'*: was given by M Sidney:-Wardirjl^''. U >••'•.•'' ' :: Following; the Ibssoh ItaUgHt frbrh the i tenth chapter of St. 'Mark by Elder White, the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. L. C. Kennedy. were played, with Mrs. N. B. Coleman and Mrs. E. O. Norvell directing flic games. The honoree was then led to a large artificial cake that when cut revealed her many gifts. Mrs. O. H. Bristow and Mrs. Roy Fry served individual cakes embossed with tiny pink roses and iced drinks to the 18 guests. Personal Mention Week-end visitors of the F. N. Porter family were Russell Porter of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and Lilly Schumacher of El Reno, Oklahoma. Miss Norvell's Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norvell of Prescott, announce the engagement and approaching mawriage of their daughter. JoAnn, to Edward Key, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Key of APPLES 8 Oz. Pkg. 31 c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKER? 25c LB. BAG IMPERIAL ) Lb. Box SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES 25c:f WILSON'S CHOPPED BEEF iu,utt. BA<J .iiyirciuAb ;. - . • ..-..; • . ^^^^ ^^^^ SUGAR 10 79 l_ , • • . , . • _ ^ . -,-,.• e 49 SALAD DRESSING Cons ljOO FOLGERS COFFEE 1 Lb. Can 99c MY-T-FINE DESSERTS Reg. Pkg. 9c WILSON'S IDEAL DOG FOOD 1 Lb. Can 2 Cons 29C BEST PRODUCE IN TOWN ruuiMf/* _ ^^^^^ ORANGES 29 YELLOW _ ONIONS 5 IVORY FLAKES Large Pkg. 29c IVORY SOAP 2»-25c IVORY SOAP IVORY Personal Bar 5c 2 » lie SPIC.& SPAN 25c Reg. Pkg. sow Urgt 29c Prjcej iffective , Novembf r 3, PlGFiMWlGGLY W| RESIRVi THI filSHT TO MMIT 8UANTITIII LAVA SOAP 2 £2 23c DUZ Large Pkg. 29c TIDE Large Pkg. 29c DREFT 29c Large Pkg. CHEER Ur 9 e 2 9C JOY Large Bottle 29c OXYDOL Large Pkg. P & G SOAP Large Bars 17c CAMAY SOAP 2 Reg. Bars 17c See it—you'll want it! Wear it—you'll love it! The Playtex Living Bra uses elastic and nylon in a new way... to y-i-v-e with your every motion! It's "custom-contoured" to flatter, feel and fit as if made for you alone! It's Snowy White ...it washes and dries so easily...always comes up fresh- as-a-daisy...and never needs ironing. Get your Playtex Living Bra in its Heavenly Blue Package. You 11 see the beautiful difference, feel the comfortable difference. TRADE MARK 3 95 CAMAY SOAP 2 ^ 23c STORE NAME, ADDRESS, PEPT., TELEPHONE NUMBER Pleasa stnd fne Ihe fallowing __ _ Play)«x living Broi in whit? . . .at 3.95 each A. NAME '. lPlloi« Print To Iniurg P(omplneii) AOdRESS _, p ^ITY , - , , ZONF STATE Chorg»P DC.O.D. Q Money Order P Check c - 32 34 36 38 W, 40 P '///, ///// T ^j ^ ,5* ••' ** Ni, , 1,1. A '" \ ' - "«,V''-J Russell and Miss Schumacher will be married November 26, in the Evangelical Church of El Reno. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Phillips and children of Houston, spent the week end with their mothers, Mrs. Nellie Phillips and Mrs. Aaron, and other relatives. Miss JfoAnn Norvell of fcallas, was the week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Norvell. Pvt. Rudolph Hughes of Fort Jackson. South Cafoifha, WiS fte gugst of his aont^ Mrs; A. S. Mtta- dix, and family this Hospital Notes Julia ChS«ttf Admitted: Brenda Hamtrt, Miss Sadie Lawrence, Hope, Mf Steve Atkins, Hope, MrSV Thos. Webb, Ozan, Ark., Mrs. tt. §. Mat" thews, Hope, Mrs. J. D. Young, Rt. 2, Hope, Ark., Mrs. Oweft O. Hollis, Hope, Lula fielle Johnsofl. Discharged: Bobbie WithcrspooH, Washington, Robert Gfiffitt, fct, 4, 8 f the Leona Rogers And David Oiler Are Married Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers of Hope, make known today the marriage of their daughter, Leona, to David Oiler of Spring Hill performed Saturday, October 30, in Spring Hill. Mr. Oiler is the son of Mrs. Lelia Oiler of Spring Hill. The couple is at home in Spring Hill. Jett B. Graves __ Sunday School Class Has Potluck Supper • : Last Thursday evening, members of the Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church met at the church for a potluck supper and a short business meeting. •••••.. Following the supper and business meeting, a discussion of the Bible was held. It was announced that Mayor John L. Wilson would teach tho class on Sunday, November 7, and all members were urged to attend. Miss Bristow Honored On Friday evening, October 29, at 7:30, Miss Joan Bristow of Guernsey, bride-elect of Lenard Eddy of Strong, Arkansas, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower in the Guernsey school lunchroom. . Mrs. Bryant McCombs greeted the guests at the door, and presided over the guest list. Several games SAENGER if Today Only ^r • Feature Times • 2:00 - 3:48 - 5:35 - 7:32 - 9:28 THERE'S A PRICE TAG ON HER KISSES... and TROUBLE was never so cheap! 1. "Furiget's Budget" 2. "Hollywood's Invisible Man 2. "Bonus Land" • Wed. &Thurs. * ClNEMaSCOPT BREATHTAKING EXCITEMENT ...and BIG beyond belief I A WABNE8 (ROS. rlCIU GUY MAPI5QN '• *><•„ WEIDON ON OUR STAOE! riday Nire-11 P. M, "PR, MARQUIS" on«l His ALWAYS FIRST^GU ALI:T:Y! Doors Open At 9 A. M.! EXTRA SAVINGS IN EV6RY HOPE VALUE SHOP AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLD BRAND NEW 1955 PRINTS! 80 SQUARE PERCALE PRINTS • .lust Unpacked! Prettiest Patterns Yet! Sew and Save! • Every Yard Perfect! Hundreds of Uses! Hurry! 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