Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1952 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 25, 1952
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iff •MX*/ -^ T'^^^^sS^jaF.T / ARKANSAS *' i , Sepfembef if, Lim,B HOCK, (j& ~ A Wttl* mlnJM*r l««| nl*h PrMbylwten* (hat „ Mdu«tfl«l»mlftn" «f *»t<j In wr* to fconfront <h* ililUi "prWilsw* of Inbor- «ff rrtont relation*." fifwaklng 0t th* ftnnunt <srto» of (lie Arknnnna Synod of th« Prenbytorlan Church In (ho United Jtttle, Ihe Rev. Hoy L, D»vi« *«id lh# Prfiibyterfnn church h»» been vceuiMl (n tho pad of dfllnu on TO* Md« «' mAnn*#m*mt," He nfllrt Dili wo* hcmiup "mir church** am rmide up of people on th*> title of monagRtnrnt," ttnd JttSS "A* mat* » MM I wh«rt*»*r mt likff ft or not, we it* Kublft ID find it difficult to maintain a trim ChrUtlnn balsnct in 01 if thinking and our ftympnthi«t, "W<s need to cwcurn mirwlvc* mflro about ihfl.rm-n who lofl." Mr. DiivU dW not *ny what »pc. elfin labor mnriagffmtml problem* h* I) ad In mind* Thf Synod, *ovefntoff 'bfcfor of lh» chwrrh, wml oh rclf^d In opposition lo thr- ixivprtitlrig of nl- euholir bevprngps >>n riulio nr («!«• vision, Kim Hcdrlck nl Wnrrpn wa» noriv lnni«d for mntlerntor, tantamount In ejection nl the rloslriK neuron. HP won't take nlflpf until the or- tufll fifcctlon »l HutcBvllIc iiex% yar. Egypt Party to consider Ousting Leader CAIRO, Egypt. (UP) —«he con- •lltutent* Committee of the powerful WAIT)'party hm called « m*et *ng fnr ftoturdtty to t-otuldor the sovornmenl'n demand thnt former Premier Mudtophn El Nnhn* bt» • pnrty It-nderxhlp will he under Ihe Equality in Tax Exemption Sought LITTLE ROCK. * — Equality In federal income lax exemption?! for retired teachers was atked yesterday by (tie Southern Conference on Teacher Retirement. Th« request was directed to the Nniional Education Association t pon adopt Inn of n resolution urg- >n to make their ox- same as other retired Ofrit-i.1.1 from W youthen states 'l «h« con«.«ncc which $100,000 Fire in Missouri WENTWORTH. Mo.. (UP>—Dam a«e wn» estimated at $100.000 tf»- df.y In a fire which destroyed a j mill of the Consolidated Mines Co., j located three miles northwest of! here. | Jamcd V. Reynolds, president of| the firm, said the company had jisl completed a $40.000 remodeling and modernizing job. The fire was discovered yesler- I|"f1 P", » ' •« |..,'V *. * «., .*»•.- f, • SAVE AT KROGER EVERYDAY LOW PRICES AND LIVE BETTER FOR LESS mt flutter 11 oz. gls. 35c , tn attractive Oog ffy Fluff vqrlity. . l •* • . - . : 4P' If It* • iff / . vJfa&to , toch:27«- Kroflor'p Dot«-Nut vorlely. dMedoIFIdurlOlbs 85c "" ; /; , 69c Lb. Ctn. JUKE i t/ a i j i •* ' IRFIOUR 2 3 2 No. 2 ^J Cans i 1.] Lb. Bag MEDAL FLOUR 25 Lb. Bag f \ r » tt" Armour Star. 18 to 20 Ib. Avg. Horns, .1. iFAf < 5 to Tib. ,^, lb ' KlJC SHANK Lb, easgH-'.'jiJ ">"«"< KD BEEF lOdt, frt«h f lton f pure. The Best. « SAUSAGE rk. Morning Glory. PORK RID TOKAYS ES ll homtgrown flavor v^ '4fe**iS4& #>jjfffi rA- *f?'tji 2 iJi -."|' ?*? wSBKteft-, ^ Ma,S.. »i-?5S.'' \ The committee will mop the par- n 1 In the light O f t h" dom and i " f '"' ! g lnt e 2 rs moving from slate to Natlonnl Council on Tea- by a short in an electric motor. The mill had been closed for several days while a new 500-lon hopper was being built. of io;,chcr rtlromcnt two new mines in Soulhwest Missouri Taste the difference cream, makes in Crcanio Brand Margarine. HOtti *f Al* KOPI, ARKANSAS SOCIETY M4I1 IttwMf, I A, M. antf 4 P. M. llCalendar Thursday, September 2S IIopL- Country Club will on- with a Ladies Bridge Cover- Dish Luncheon Thvtrsday, Scp- ber 25. at 12:30. Mrs. Charles iHarrcll arid Mrs. E.. J. Whitman tylll be hostesses. , t • Prlday, September 26 J ,Thc Food Service Club of the j^-Iope Schools will hove a social Wild business meeting at the homo .»f5Mrs. L. A. Walker, 1221 South flMnin, Friday night. September ^0. nt 7 o'clock. Mohomm<'<l[ Nauui'i government has nrresh-'l pro m i n c n t WAFDUt.i; about 70 former political i on HUHplcion of corruption, j Fort Smith Tolk ( Conceded by Nixon LITTLE ROCK, (f — A possible vl»ll of Rcpubllcnn Vice Presidcn- timlth hue been cnnccllud. Arkunfloii' Republican Nntiomii Commltteernnn Wiillace Tbwnscnd ««ld yettvrdny he wns ndviscd it would he ImpoBKlble for Ntyon to I nppcur In Ft. Smith Friday due to disruption of his speaking schedule. A group of bi-pnrtlxnn businessmen hud mined $1,500 to cover Nixon's expenses for a visit to the city. Ky.. was nnmed chairman of tht! conference. Ho succeed.-! Charles F. Allen ol Uiile Hock. The 19531 mei.'tinjj will bc held in Frankfort. I Vote Fraud Jury Hears Witnesses RUSSEU.VIU..K. M — The Pope County Grand Jury continued to hwir more witnesses yesterday in its InvustiKiilion of alleged irri-Kul- nrilics in the handling pf poll tax. receipts. i No report has been issued from' testimony Riven by the parade of! witnesses during the three day in-! quiry. One witness. Lewis C. Emerton.l has been jailed by Judge Audrey i Strait, for contempt of court in ' refusing to co-operate with the I Jury. RED GUIDED MISSILES TAIPEI I, Formosa. Ml — The Chung Hua Dully News, official Orgun of the Nationalist Chinese! government, snid today Russia! inl«ht supply the Chinest FIRST with Millions... St.Joseph M ^« M^.M MHM. mm.* ^ ASPIRIN with «uid«d missiles in sin attempt' iiinDin'O IADPCOT CCIIED AT 1ftf U. N. forces in Kun.j; WURIDS L(\RU[ST OCLLtR AT lOV to TO THE PEOPLE OF SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS: The management of the Thirtl District- Livestock Shovy is sorry that hundreds of persons were turned away from the Wild West Rodeo Wednesday night due to lack of seating or standing space. But there will be four more performances starting at 8 o'clock each night through Saturday and at 2:30 p. m. Friday is the special showing for school children at a reduced price of only 50 cents. The "Wild West Show" has everything — a rodeo, trained horses and many of the best animal acts seen anywhere. REMEMBER — there are four more performances. THIRD DISTRICT LIVESTOCK SHOW Joe Elcan, President Bob Shivers, Manager NOTICE! We are prepared to take care of your winter pasture PMA orders for seeds and fertilizers orders for seeds and fertilizers. Shallots and White Bermuda onion sets. DESTROUXOU corn weevil control. Plenty of parking room and loading space at our new location where Business is appreciated. MONTS SEED STORE not '- si REPHAN S E. O. M. SPECIALS Boys Corduroy JACKETS Assorted colors in sizes 8 to 12. Special for E.O.M. days only 2.98 Boys and Girls COWBOY HATS These are in red, blue, green and yellow. All sizes. Special 1.98 Boys Flannel SHIRTS Assorted color plaids in all sizes. Buy now for cold weather. 1.49 & 1.69 Narrow Wale CORDUROY Beautiful fall colors in this first quality corduroy. In lengths. 1.19 yd Ladies Chenille ROBES All Sizes Assorted Colors 3.98 LADIES OXFORDS * and LOAFERS Brown, brown and white, black and white. All sizes. Special 3.98 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W Children's Fall (OATS 3.98 Assorted -colors and styles in these warm coats. Sizes 1 to 3. 598 to 13.98 Other sizes in Children's Coots . 5. Men's Windbreaker JACKETS Blue denim jackets with zipper front. All sizes. 3.98 Boys Felt FALL HATS Large assortrVient of fall colors. All sizes. 1.98 Blue Chambray WORK SHIRTS Men's sanforized, full cut blue chambray shirts, Regular 1.69 values, 1.19 Ladies Smart FALL HATS Just the style, and color for | your new all outfit. See our large selection. 198 Ladies 100%" ALL WOOL TOPPERS You'll want one of these smart toppers. Reg. 16.98 values. Special 10.00 25c for Your Old Straw Hat On Any FALL FELT Men get your qew fall hat now and brfng your old straw in. We will give you 25c for it when your purchase a new one from our complete stock. Ladies Fall SUITS s COATS Many styles, and colors to choose from. All sizes. 14.98 to 34.98 USE OUR UAY-AWAY REPHAN'S HOPE'S FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE F»EO ROIWT50N, M f r, Hope Country Club will enter* RIALTO * LAST DAY * MANIACS.. WOMEH STHE6T SKID ROW BOLD. V/TAL SHOCKING ALL SEATS 50c Pass List Suspended tain with pen House after Ihe El, Dorado-Hope football game Fri-! day night, September 2G. Hosts, and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jones and Mr. and j Mrs. Jim Cole. j Monday, September 29 WSCS Circle No. 5 of the First! Methodist Church will meet Monday, September 29,. at 7:30 p.m in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Pow , ell with Mrs. John Gardner. Jr..; and Mrs. Lninar Cox as co-hostess An interesting program. "Ambas sador for Christ," has been plan t'd by Mrs. Sam Strong assisted by Mrs. J. \V. Franks and Mrs H. E. Patterson. " The devntioiiai ' will be given by Mrs. Howard Byurs. A good atendancc is urjj- cd and each member is asked to : bring her new your book. Chapter AE of PEO Meets With Mrs. Kenneth Powell Chapter At; ol 1'KU met Tucs day afternoon nl 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Powell ; ArranfU-mcnts of zinnias and bat- j hclor buttons were used through- j out the Powell home Mrs. Franklin Horton. prcsl dent, presided over the business j session. Committee reports wore given by Mrs. C. V. Nunn and | Mrs. W. Y. Foster, Mrs. Horton conducted a quiz in the form ot a cross word pii7zle. Mrs. Powell served ice cream and cake to seventeen member* present. William Henry Bruc* Honored on Birthday A birthday dinner was given on Sunday. Septemuor 2^, 1952, for William Henry Rrucc on bis 63rd birthday at his home on, Koute S. Hope Out of stale nitests attending were a son. Hoy Bruce of Forl Worth. Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Estop F. Bruce and son, Stephen, of Detroit. Mich., a sister. Mrs. Elllt- Henderson and her grandson, Chiir los, .of Mayfteld. Ky. Othnr guests were: Mrs. Lucy Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Klnior C'alhoun, Mr. and Mrs Alvie Calhoun, and son, Bruce. Mrs. Allie Malono and sons. Chur Its and A. D., Mr. and Mrs t"i it» 1'i'trce and family, Mr. and Mrs Cieorge Powoll, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Allen, and family, Mr. and Mrs John Allen and Bcrlie. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willell and family. Mr and Mrs. Dexter Alford and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burke and family. Mr. Bail Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson, and Jerry, Mrs. Eugene Winfield and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Evans, and family, Mrs. H. P. Horton and family. Mrs. Sid Houston and Miss Bertie Breed. Coming and Going Martin L. Fox, Jr., is doing nice Jy and has returned lo Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadol pliia. game prlte going to Mrs, Leo Evans. Refreshments were' served by Mrs. J. E. Oclaney and Mrs Webb. Miss Beulah, Hicks will bo hostess to the club next month at thfc schoo) lunchroom. RIALTO * Friday & Saturday 2 — FEATURES — 2 ROD CAMERON Riders of Santa Fe" • ALSO • 'GEISHA GIRL' A wise fellow stepped up to the bus as it stopped, and said to the driver, "Well, Noah, you finally got here. Is the ark full?" Driver: "Nope, we need one more monkey. Come on in!" —Larry McNatt Submit jokes for this column and win passes lo the Rialto. For every joke used, the person submitting it will be mailed 2 passes. Jokes must bo limited lo 50 words or less, and must be suitable for publication. Leave at thealre boxoffice or mail lo: Manager, Riallo Theatre. *SAENGER * LAST DAY * Edmond O'BRIEN SttrllRi HAYPEN • o..n JACCII J. C.rroli NAISH • llun IUIOT A MVAMQUNT PICTURE SHORTS: LATE WORLD NEWS COLOR CA'RTOON NOVELTY,'"Little Expert on Football" * FRI. & SAT. WILD BILL 2 FEATURES * ELLIOTT II 'WACO IN SEPIA TONE Mrs. J. R. Henry of Comvay left this morning for her home af tor a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tor- roll Cornelius. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Henry C. Martin. Hope. Mrs. Gilson Ross .Tcxar- kaiin, Mrs. Carl Berger, Waterloo Discharged: Mrs. Lester Watkins and son, David Phillip, Rt." 4, ,,ol Hope, Mrs. Eurl Lalshaw. Fulton. Branch Discharged: Mrs Earl Brown. Rl 1. Hope, Mrs. S. A. Foster, Hope Hope we 11 Members of Hopowoll Home Demons!ration Club, tlu-ir fi>niilies and guests had thrir annual picnic al the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Keck, Wednesday night. September 17. Following the meal Mrs. O. B. Hodnett directed a variety oC gnrn- es for the group, with Mrs. Keck. Mr. Enrique Hivnrola. Diekie Bittie, Mrs. Pansy Plumoy. nnd Mrs. Cecil Bittle winnini; pri7.es Mv. S. D.^Cook and Mr. Knruiue Rlva- rola, county nRcnt .uid supervisor from Peru, South America, wrc guests. The October nu-etjii).; will be an all day meeting in the homo of Mrs. Keek on October ;!2. Rocky Mound The Rocky Mound Home Demon stralion Club held its regular meet in« Thursday, Sept. 18, in the home of Mrs. Claude McCorkle with Mrs. Henry Plckard as co-hostess. The meeting was opened by repeating life Home Demonstration dub Women's Creed and the song of the month, "The Move We Get Together." Mrs. Henry Plrkard Have the devotional followed by a prayer led by Mrs. Clifford Messer. Old and new business wa* discussed. Mrs. Ivan Bright gav* .') report on poultry and makitlf* whole wheat bread. During the recreation period Mrs. Jim Chambers and Mrs Norman Taylor won the game pri/es. Mrs, Raymond Byers won the thrift garment. Secret pals exchanged gifts and redrew names for the next three months. Ri» freshments were served to fifteen old members, one new member. Mrs. Ruth Ann Bruce, and two visitors. Mrs. Edilh Wingfieid and Mrs. Raymond Byers. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jim Chambers. dor by the new president, Mr*, Buck Rogers, Mrs. W. E, Cftsstd* was appointed secretary* for the remainder of Ihe year. The dcvo tlonal was given by Mrs. .Tame* Lautorbnch. followed by the Lord's Prayer repealed in vmlson. Mr*. BUiekwood led the ladies in a discussion on suggestions tor future demonstrations. Recreation was led by Mrs, MOjf. ers with Mrs. Cassidy winning th* prize. Mrs, Sam Notts received thfl surprise package. Aluminum trays will be mnrte at the next meeting In the home of Mrs. L. A. Walker on Soulh Main. the planet Mercury h*s n meter of about 9.000 mile's. There Is no planl life in the dorp portions of the Sen. Gof Heartburn? GET TUNIS! t trll«j (M M^ 101 A MMI »0» tHI tUMMY Clubs Centerville The Centerville Home Demonstra lion Club met at the church for Ihe regular monthly mccling with Mrs. Ca^l Richards as hostess. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Sid Skinner, president. The Club Creed was given and the sony of the month, "The More We Gel Together," was sung. Mrs Richards gave the devotional, and the Lord's Prayer was repeated by the group. Following the business meeting tames were enjoyed. The surprise package was won. by Mrs. Mamie Sanders. The hostess served iced cirinks and cookies lo nine members, Mrs. Blackwood, Mrs. Denver Goyne, and Patricia and John Williams. The next' meeting will be in the home of Mrs. W. C. Beck on October 9. Columbus Nine members, one visitor, Mrs. U. S. Phillips, and. Mrs. Lorraine Blackwood, Home Demonstration Agent, were present September 15 when Ihe Columbus'Home Demonstration Club met in the school junchroom. Mrs. R. F. Caldwell read Ihe devotional and the group repeated Ihe Lord's Prayer. During Ihe business meeting, plans were made to have a display of articles made in Home Dem onstralion Clubs at the Third Dis' trict Livestock Show. Packages will be donated to bc sold during the livestock show with Ihe proceeds going.to the council treasury. Mrs. Billy Webb led the group in a very interesting game with De Roan Mrs. William Stevenson was ho,« less to the DeRoan Home Demonstration Club in her new home on the Proving Ground road Monday night, Soplember 8, with fifteen members present. The meeting was called lo or- HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 8. Main & Country Club rd. " THURS. - FRI. Double Feature Copper Canyon' Plus " 'Flying Leathernecks" Exquisite 15 Denier Sh««rt at a New Low Price Tliis season — consider your leg* as fashion acccasoriet — iheAthe them in the sheernei* of lovely, lovely Larke.tte nyloni. You'll love the smoother top-to-toe fit that custom-type proportioning gives yon. You'll love the flattery of Larkette't slim-tapered heel and the pretty low-cut Vamp-Toe, 15 denier, 51 gauge fint criulity sheers in new-seaion iludei— Small: 8.Mi— 9ft Medium: 8V Z —II Tall: 9tt—11 $1.15 'THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN' A Simple Sentence WITH A LOT OF MEANING Every style of POLL-PARROT Shoes is tested in actual wear by real boys and girls before it ever goes into production! Add that pre-tested dependability to growing room, age conforming arches, and extra reinforcement at vital parts, and the total is more valut for you, mort pnttftiw for your child! 4.95 TO 6.95 FOSTER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE "WKtft Good ffcott 919 FiH* Ctrrtctfy" 101 E. 9M 5»- Corbin Fwter fdpnc, 7.6700 FREE Delivery Moore Bros. Scrying You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 Moore Bros. Own Chuck Roast 55c Ib. HALF or WHOLE Cured Hams 62clb. WILSON CORN KING BACON 48c Ib. LEAN DRY SALT MEAT 27clb. 3 Lb. Can CRISCO 81c 10 Lbs. GODCHAUX SUGAR 93c GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2lbs.25c LARGE FAT { HENS 39c Ib, 4 ROLLS SOFT TISSUE 39c 7 CANS LARGI PET 1.00 25 LB. SACK Shawnee Best FIRM —RED TOMATOES 2 Ibs. 29c TOKAY FRESH GRAPES 2lbsl9c LARGI HIAD LETTUCE 2heads25c 1.69 FRESH DRESSED FRYERS 57clb. 1 LB. GOOD OLEO V , 19c Ib, 8 LB. PAIL Pure lard 1.00 10 Lbi. No. 1 RED POTATOES 55c PIILMUIY CAKE MIXB Y«llow - Cbw. - Wbitt 3 boxes 1.00 FRISH GREEN CABBAGE 5clb. •" |«»tt« Muitord FREE W|»i 1 U, WIINflS . You'll Save at ;the ***<« »•• m'm.mi m mom «% ill ELEPHANT SKop Eve*y White Elephant Is •J-:' . '• •'.,, »t. »•* .*"!* *,*« at • it, again . : ; • '' ' •* .*"!* *,*«, CHILDREN'S SHOES Regular $5,95 valuo, Close - Out ,. BOYS' OVERALLS Regular $2.95 value, Slightly soiled. Close - Out $1.77 MEN'S DRESS PANTS One group, Close - Out ,, $3.00 MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS Regular 69c value. . Special 2 For $T.OO MEN'S SHORTS Regular 79c value. Special. •$l.Q& BLUE CHAMBRAY SHIRTS Men's Regular $1.69 volue ..., PIECE GOODS 500 yards. Values to $1.95 yd. • Close - Our 4 Yordi for DOUBLE BLANKETS Cotton f Valuo to $3.95 -.'.'....;... $2.98 LADIES HIP SLIPS $1.29 value Special . .,., NYLON HOSE Ladies 60 gauge ... Big value . .. KHAKI SHIRTS Men's $2.95 value CANNON TOWELS Regular , ' . . • 59c value ....' '. 3 for BED PILLOWS Regular $1.69 White Elephant Special ... DOUBLE BLANKETS 5% Wool Regular $5,95 value .,,,,,, BOYS'UN IONS Hayne's Brand. '"Slightly soiled $1.69 value BEDSPREADS Woven $5.95 value « .**»» *» |3' CLOTH OF GOLD PRINT 80 square 36 INCH PRINT Fast color DOMESTIC Medium, weight 36 Inch ............. CANNON WASH CLO' Regular 15c value BRASSIERES Cotton ! •V-,, 1 *' -&*&&& 4: *?

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