Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 3, 1952 · Page 17
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 3, 1952
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~¥ l iWt VW, - S A (f L^>"( > '.VV.»*? .1 ..«.•,/*,' ij)iUMf*ir^y" onv rogtjioi" yarns ^ /' ! "4 U HH£M rtejii JculpHirid offwct jh ijpelplMihj buftfflrtdlng b^ly, »»•-.'TO J& few.. :^A i iKfay,Uf!tt 1 » Chohdolle •nt ' * ^Durotwlit * Nubsotio irt ' * Cdfidlflllflht • 'Inspiration p) those Slertef U«tTofnous Debut Wilton " -'•*-''- '- HOPE STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS Friday, October 3, 1952 SpMtacuter Highlights in the Filming of 'Kangaroo W^^^l^f w { y, October 3,1952 MOM StA*, HOM, AKKANSAS Swf^r^ ;*^i«v^F-**! .... ' lf $'&&&?&!&$<'*'' '"" <*% ' - v .. ?? , ' V 'tfo f ; f ' ' • 3 • y 1 i H. H. McKenzie and Jim returned Monday night from Little Rock where Jim showed his calt at the Livestock Show, placed at the Nevada County Fair. Mr. and Mr*. Allen Gee spent Monday in Little Rock .nnd Hot Springs. Gene Hale returned Monday! nlnht from Little Rock wtrere he attended the Livestock Show. Sid Purtle and members of th* FFA are spending the Week In tittle Rock and attending the, Live stock Show. Janet and Gall Stnguefleld ot Stamps have been the .guests or their aunt, Mrs. Jack Cooper and Mr, Cooper. Mrs, Jay Burns, who has been the guest of Mrs. Robert Hltt, hnx returned to her home in Durante. tOkla. ,. iPtfjetpf-iafWlt MllettonlB upp«r »x(treme left) found fllmlno Twentieth Century-Fox's "Kanflaroo" (The Australian Story) both Omn|,«m« oompllcated. Hanilllno huge cattle stampedes and weird Aborigine tribal dances were new to Milestone, but with the aid of IJNMmmeSl crow and some obliging native chleUnns, he came forth with an amazing adventure In the land Down Under. The Technl- «».^j^.^i. ..—.,_. p ^ et< mvyfcrd and.Maureon O'Hara, Plays Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Rlalto Theater. Mrs. Harold Lewis and Nancy : have been the recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.•'fi. Jordan In Texorknna. Truman, Tdft off* Same Platform SHENANDOAN, la., I* — sf political doubleheadet ident Truman and Sen.' ,ftoi Taft to the same speOHiiigrf)! here next Wednesday te this southwest Iowa city COO envision an outpoui'ifW many, as to,000 peTSOfls. The political • atitagdti exactly share the pMf speeches are ftbdut "apart. , • And although a face-to-fj tag is possible, it's not cording to -Pi-ealdent >. ler of the sponsoring el commerce. This • depends in on the Ohio senator's «rriv departure schedule, not, j ceived. [ The occasion is the anntir vest festival, belter kno|v 'Tancake TJay" for the fa^i pancake's traditionally are JS "We are doing everything v sibly can 'to *keep this noh &6tt atld'non.poMtical as far chamber of commerce Is derried," said' -Tyler in ing .'on-'the tJroblar»S 'Of fli .protocol involved'. - The presidential speech is tivity scheduled for 12:30 p.rr Ta« will :speak at 3 Js.rn. *SAENGER » TODAY & SATURDAY • 2 - FEATURES - 2 SOCIETY ••nan* 744»1 fettwaen I A. M. tittf » I*. M Calendar Friday, October 3 Rose Garden Club will meet the home of Mrs. H. O. Kyler, 402 South Hamilton, Friday afternoon, church at 11 a. m. for a business meeting. Pot luck luncheon will be served at noon. A. missionary program will be held at 1:15 with the Prudence Riffey Circle in charge of the program. All mem o'ol* M« be cohosVess'. B Ma^u b.«".re mgcd to' attend as the All member, new circles will be drawn for the con n«!i tcnta- Sen. America's Favorite Action-Ace in His First Full-Length Feature Adventure! "SUPERMAN and the MOLEMEN" with JEFF COREY JR. HITS: COLOR CARTOON Chapter 12 of Serial 'Radar Men from the Moon' SUNDAY -- MONDAY on Our Showroom Floor ,--.-. • - ' • .' i - 1 New cars ready for delivery now, : 1 j and more coming. We can take*'. ; your order for. any color or body \ style that you want. .\\ We invite you to come in today and see these new-Buicks. SID ROGERS BUICK CO. (Formerly Roger Clinton Buick Co.) 207 -209 East Third Street Joseph GOTTEN Shelley WINTERS .Mrs. \V. L. Britt, Mrs. Edward Dr-yson, Mary Beth and Ed. Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. GUSR McCaskir. spent Monday In Texnrknna. at the Soenger Scott BRADY the Junior-Senior High School PTA YOUTHFUL • Today & Tomorrow n v '.&*^£Lbt ^^->«& '"• c 1 ^ '^ j. s n\ s i. ^" ,t« -,-v * •- * FOR GOLDEN DAYS ISS'W'f ii'** I .{ 'Ar ^* r -y- . ' ^ ' t.^-1 s -i J \>V'!y%iwi '& 'V i ',_ fl* t. IN HALF-SIZEJP^RIBS by ALLAN "ROCKY" LANE in THUNDERING CARAVANS" 7 '(li \ fcl 3t * OS > A . ' * TT NEWS •;:;-.,< w\ tuber, §ho hBS'stntod that the mem _ PLUS 2nd FEATURE b.cr*h(j3 ttriVo will bugin October •/i'k^tjiMk.^ , ,M»i. Hultorn has. asked that ey (•y^Jnemher of tho Prescott Ten cUors Association re-unroll and m Tito Guizar Virginia Bruce & ROY ROGERS in "Stars & Guitars" yttes Inta mumbership every net, teacher, and imorostecl cjt!- to advance the welfare of children in, tho home, school and community Free Autographed Photos of Roy Rogers & Trigger to the 1 First 100 Children Saturday Morning Tho (allowing room MothoM w and, it Is hopcft that \he hoir* in th« Arkansas -R 1« '.- -^ ^; ,, .-^j JSS*'* •"' '*- ' TN eirclea af th« it ^Ift ** thp chwrcA) lor- 9^ ,•» \ifitb W. 4tf, S, O. Logon nrtsided. oW «h« ctmuryside, come* ©OIUD-2© '1/fe hove .yoyr*5tyle . , . your color . . . 5i?e. Yow'U wont ,one of of tto» study hy a» v . W. 0. by In ChrjW, Mr. IX t. McRa«, Sr ( Holy Siir. «»» OOBBS HATS 20.00 ^f^K^jK "^ ^Pp^^. Kitch««is; The Work of U» are asked to be present. Saturday, October 4 The Hope Music Club Luncheon will be held Saturday, October 4. at the Hotel Barlow at 12:45. The Catholic Altar Society will ,-ponsor a rummage sale Saturday, October 4. at the New Theater Building, South Elm. Anyone having rummage please call 7-2715 or 7-4582. coming year. The Wesleyan Service Guild o (he First Methodist Church wll meet in the home of Mrs. Lawrcnc Martin Monday night. October t at 7:30. .Miss Gwendolyn Dcnn wl be associate hostess. The Executive Board ot th Women of the First Presbytcria Church will meet at the churc Monday, October 6, at 11 a. m. Lunch will be served. The Melody Maids Music Club will hold their first meeting of tho year at Fair Park at 6: 15 Saturday, October 4. Hostesses will be Marsha Bowden, Carolyn Phillips, Donn Sue Freeman, Mary Charlene Horton. All members are invited to attend. Sunday, October 5 There will be a District 10 VFVV Auxiliary meeting, Sunday, October 5, at 2:30 p. m. at the Lewisville Methodist Church. The following Circles of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, October 6, at 3 p.m.: Circle 1 will meet In the home of Miss Nannie Purkins with Mrs. C. N. Agee and Mrs. George Wylie as co-hostess Circle 2 will meet .with Mrs. E. D. Galloway in the District Parsonage Circle 3 will meet with Mrs.; George Peck; Circle 4 will meet at the church with Mrs. Earl Thornton and Mrs. J. D. Walker as hostesses. vlll be held In the Junior High chot\ auditorium at 3:30 p. m. on tuirsday, October 9. Circle 3 Of Christian Women's Fellowship Meets Circle 3 of the Christian Women's fellowship of the First Christian Thurch met Wednesday night, Oc- obcr 1. at the homo of Mrs. Jack Pritehctt. The leader, Mrs. O'Dcll Luck opened the meeting with prayer. After a business meeting, Mrs. Cttne Franks brought the 2nd chapter of the study course beginning at Jerusalem. Following the benediction the hostess served cake nnd coffee to the nine members present. Girl Scout Community Commutes Has Meeting Tlfe regular monthly meeting of the Girl Scout Community Committee was held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the City Hall. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. E. J. Whitman. Miss Mable Kthridge opened it with prayer. Mrs. K. P. O'Neal, secretary, read the minutes which werfe approved. Reports were mndi by the fund division workers anc plans were made to allow the Curved Bar Girl Scouts to bcconn assistants to Girl Scout leaders Arrangements were discussed fo Court Award to bo held the last o October. The time of the mectlnj has been changed to the firs Thursday in each month at 10 a. m Mrs. Jim O'Neal Hostess to Pat Cleburne Chapter The October meeting of the Pa Monday, October 6 WMS of the First Baptist Church I will meet Monday, October 6, at the Tuesday, October 7 The VKW Auxiliary will meet Start the Day Right ...without After-Breakfast Slump Why siart (he day feeling dull and logy because of too much acid churning in your stomach? Just 1 or 2 Tunis, eaten after breakfast will pull you out of that "nfter-breakfast slump" — put you hack on top of the world again. Tunis quickly neutralize excess acid. Contain no soda to over-alkalize or cause acid rebound. No mixing, no water needed. Just eat like candy. Always keep Tunis handy for record-fast relief from acid stomach. Sli/l on/y W a Ko/1 Tuesday night, October 7, at 7:30 Mrs. Denver Hornaday nnd Mrs. Wes Ninemire will be hostesses. Delta Kappa Gamma. Society will meet in the home of Mrs. B. _,. .uct'lu'i-so'i en October 7 at 7:30 p. rn. Mrs. R. E. Jackson will be associate hostess. DOROTHY DIX incompetent Parent Dear Miss Dtsi-.Sty brother httS when my home. Lyndel Krass Kviinuclisl Lyndol Krnss will conduct ;i roviv.il mooting at the First Pentecostal Church starting Saturday ni«lit October A. This revival follows .sectional convention The Junior-Senior High School PTA executive board will meet on Tuesday morning, October 7, nt 10 o'clock at the home of the president. Mrs. Albert Graves. All officers and committee chairmen are urged to attend. Wednesday, October 8 The County Agents will meet with tho people of Columbus in the school auditorium Wednesday night', October 8, at 7:30 to organize a| rommvuiily Improvement Program. Everyone in the Columbus area is urliod to attend. Thursday, October 9 The Daffodil Garden Club will meet Thursday, October 9, at the home of Mrs. Jim LaGrossa. All members are urged to be present to discuss plans for the Fall Flower TVie regular October meeting of Cleburne Chapter of UDC was held Thursday afternoon lit the home of Mrs. Jim O'Ncal at 2:30 with Mrs. Pat Casey and Mrs. John S. Gibson, Jr. as co-hostesses. Mrs. H. C. Whitworth, president, presided over the business meet- Ing at which time delegates were elected to the State Convention nt Toxarkana, Ark., nnd the General Convention at Biloxi, Miss. The new year books were distributed lo twenty-two members. Mrs. Herbert Lewallen. program chairman, presented Mrs. John Wallace, who brought a program on "Newspapers of the Confederacy." A memorial to Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp by Mrs. W. A. Williams was read by Mrs. Gus Haynes. The hostess served a dessert course in the Halloween motif lo Ihe members and one guest, Mrs. Jennie McWilliams. which will close tonight, the Rev. H. P. lluilspetli. pastor announced. Frontier Is Theme of SaengerFilm Chronicling n vivid page of his lory from the days of the Enrly West. "Untamed Frontier," which plays nt the S.ienger Theater Sun- clay and Monday, offers one of tho most exciting Technicolor ouldooi dramas to emerge from Hollywooc ,n many a year. Showing ureat cattle barons of 1'oxas and the land-hungry home- .iior.d..vs biiHlmK for their rights', lo trie Governmtnt land, "Un-' Limed Frontier" roars lo an ex- dim;; climax, thanks lo superior perfurmauLvs by its excellent trio ot co-si.irs; Joseph Colteii, Shelloy ihe poorest excuse for a Wife I hove ever seen. She Is slovenly and neglects tho children, My brother travels and sometimes If It wore not for the neighbors the children wmidn't oven cat, The only time they or the house are clean Is brother is expected uMI4tl J Don't you thlnX-he would be Justified in taking the children away If they aren't B'vcn bettor cnvo at horn*? AV P. Answer:, Your brother would hot only be justified In taking his child rcn away from a mother who neglects them so shamefully, he Is in rluty bound to do so. Since you are so concerned wltlv their wet- fore, would you be willing to un- dertnke their cnrc while he strnlgh lens out his domestic difficulties? H you ore, he should have no trou ble in getting the youngsters into good hands. IB, however, Ifisnnely jealous. When ever I ltd to sec my strl friend, whoso baby 14 my godchild, he Insists t am going only to see the brother, who l& now engaged and means absolutely nothing to me. We expect to OP married soon, then he Is going Into service. He says ho doesn't think he eon trust me white ho'* gone. ««! b«cR n few 11™%*, ptarfntlofi ax eomlntt. t am Answers Vfi fused to be « orders dot right tcTt<m'"hi Ushtng; If to been acfiomp „,__ he * S. C, Jealous Fiance IDour Miss Dlx: My girl friend lives in on apartment house with her family. Two yours nno I wont with her brother tor a few months. Now I am engaged to a boy I love deeply and sincerely. Ho Antwor; the jealousy you are experiencing now with your boy fk tend U nothing compared to whnt wilt bo evidenced after you marry, An unreasonably jealous matw Is a positive'detriment to hltpby 1 marriage. You Will be undef Mi- splclon morning, noon und night, In every move you make, with every person you see. You'll be kept from tnmly and frlontU, Isolated from everyone you know now. You have to bfe very, >vory rnUoit In love to endure,tho constant accusations you must answer, Thlntt It over before taking the trip to the altar, lly, No arotthd bounds 'fifc& (Sally, you " careful nertt Released or MII U. S. Displeased With Italy's Act WASHINGTON <W) — Tho United States hns Informed Italy that its temporary closing of 88 American sponsored Churches of Christ violated the spirit. It not tho letter, of a 1940 treaty, It was dtt- ! closed today. SILUR . Informants snid the American Embassy In Homo pointed out thnt the U.S.-Itallnn treaty of friendship spocitlcnlly tjunrnntcos tht right of American citizens to hold religious services In Italy unless public morals nnd safety nre on Dear Miss Dlx; My mother dlofl when t was two years old nnd m> older sister and I were In thvoa different homes botorb my tnlhof •omtvrHod, \Vo never got along with our stepmother and 1 marrtml very young, My first child was born seven months after our mar rlnge. This U my trouble, I've bftcn married 28 years but have ,never | told my children When I was married What should 1 tell them U they nsk? C. E. H. Answer: YbUr problem IsnU too Hcr.ous. Lots ot babies nro boru at seven months ttnd, should tno uuisstlon nriiio, you could always i lei It bo assumed thnt Iho birth HOPE 0*IV ' . ft. Main 4 Club •. ' LAif POUBUE "little Tough G« With the De*d L t f t ii. PIMI,'.- , "Drumi in the O.ep ouv tn'emuttn'o. Mrs. John S. Gibson, Sr., is very much improved in a hospital in Temple, Texas. Door Miss Dlx: 1 nm very fona , - of an iu year old girl (I'm 10) nnd .vinu'i-s and Scott Brady, cu,ngered, .... . „, enjoy her company very much Gotten, ns the arrogant boss of jt B u a n authorities banned serv- ' lrou b| 0 [ a s h e Hues to tllrt lexas cattle umpire, gives a , CC8 nl tne 22 churches throughout Rh Q ^ of b wh|ch mRUos nio stronu. lorccful performance thai, , tuly tm . two weeks, beglnningl Sometimes wo doit't his triumph in "Duel In! 0,4. H, on grounds thiU Church of ' ' „ olhe ,. , Qr WQOkSi .sun." Shelley Winters, depart- ch ,. !8l minister* had not obtained, ' , h . mnk ul from hi-r usual brassy roles to oo rmitR. Services wore permitted miss diM> i i ns t Sundny following the official Comina onn Going Miss Mary Duncan has left for her new home in Malvern where she has accepted a no--"-.- •••: di- eu iiuo marnaKi*. scores again and again with her ciel'l dramatic ability. Scott Brauy adds greatly to tho story with his portrayal of th" uninhibited cattle ranch heir. The spectacular outdoor scenes, filmed near the Mexican border, are excitingly effective ns captured in Technicolor. Highlight scenes .nclude tne bitter -clash between .irichcrs ami homesteaders. "Untamed Frontier" is bound to _-tition in a Malvern hospital, - x Miss Brenda Sutton is spending the week end with her aunt, Mrs. John Slnton und family in Nashville. w,.. countless new fans for Tech-'out annoytvnce nicolor outdoor dramas as wull 'as, any kind." U. S. intervention. The treaty wus signed at Rome on Feb. 2, 1048, and ratified by both, governments in July, 1049, It provides that nationals of either country residing aboard can: 1. "Without Interference" nnd In conformity with applicable lows engage in "religious. . . activities' in "appropriate buildings," 2. "Exercise liberty of conscience and freedom of worship. . . with I'aon she phones me to make up und I go out with her again. M. P. Answer: You'ro very foolish to continue bothering with this girl ut all. She calls you lust when she , YOU ARI TO H|ti EARL E, S in a fti «?! MEETI or molestation of dolifihtiny those nvlw hiwe* found solid enjoyment in such films. Furfural, a Widely used indust Hospital Notes Julia Chester Hospital Admitted: Tim Anderson, Broken Bow, Okla. Mrs. Anna C. Munney, Hope. Mrs. Alma Foster, Hope. Donald Ray Herring, Palmos. Melissa Anne Brady, Bod csiw. Mrs. Mary C. Lipscomb, Hope. Discharged: T. V. Mcsscr, Washington, Mrs. H. J. Altom and son, Jerry Don, Hope. Mrs. Max Morman, Rosslon. rial product, cobs. is made from corn Carbon ' black is so messy to hart'dlii th«t British stevedores net oxtra puy kno'wn as "dirty money" when they handle a carbon black cargo. wants to be taken out and you servo a« nn old reliable Surprise her sometime and refuse to bo so gullible. Exert a llttln Independence. If you bogln nt ID to lot women accept you as* on easy murk, you have a hard life ahead,. Dear Miss Dlx: For two months t hove been going .wlWuft boy of whom t am very loriB.^Hi} m^s mo a groat deal, too. I met hli! parents and they liked, mo. Bow ever, he wanted to «o fishlnq U couple pf time and I talcl him '"" Branch Hospital Discharged: James Almon, Rosston. Handsomely tailored, easy- fitting classic with some truly feminine touches,,, soft wing collar, gleaming jeweled pio, cresccnl curved pockets, pencil-slim ... kick-pleat skjrt; and it'* lushly Iine4 with iridescent teffeta. It's fashioned in deep- toned, deep-textured rayon ribs with a wonted look that will amaze experts...and • a price that will delight you! {{era is a suit that ignores wrinkles...holds its shape beautifully (with Anno canvas interfacing). Choose yours from fashion tojje* of gray, brown, plum, wine* teal, green, skipper blue, rust. Sizes Wfa to Eddie Cantor fs Improving HOLLYWOOD (/PI — Kddio Cantor continues to show improvement from his collapse from exhaustion and a slight heart attack Sunday. The 60-year-old comedian has bten forced to cancel a scheduled Oct. 26 telecast. Cantor is expected to remain hos pitalized for at least another 10 days. He is allowed no visitors other than his family, and no tele phpne calls, >; to go, whioh led to &n FORMERLY Phpne: 7-2764 406 S. DAMP WASH Everything washed and returned, damp and rod to iron Ibi DC Ib., Minimum BM«dle 10 All over 10 Ibs. . . . 5c Ib. $25.00 : .., f !'!i'r v .»51» I Ironed, waorlf ,ody hMrftfir $*" Jyrt^v;i(iH ^^Vi^f^ • ' "••™' -l ' •'— " '' Vy;^'^ ;vt / r '^ FLUFF D < flat work finished/ wearing «i b-, Minimum B U ndle r v *r—^T'^F*-^ , f /4,!,-,- .. W^4^L'l'»f«^.^' r .^ EACH BUNDLE Individually washed by pp in 4 ff * i *v our Milnor Woibcri «r «f OwMCf wk* i# iMMiiy MI MHftff IAACMI& li^f ^btucr. Have you heard Here's E^PBL"

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