Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 26, 1952 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 26, 1952
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HO PI STA*, MOM. ARKANSAS Wedneiday, November 2<, If S^ Wcrfnetday, November 26, 1952. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 'If, ^' Wi '] V •v"^:'. "A-^ <Vm "'?» «®j>H«*» ' ^^-, JSP w-1i<»' to'^t:* ^n>j>>< * V'M*-)* fceUfftW H ,J^,, J jSStO *(!?*|*« frfW H»*«iJ 4* K>^.\ IS AN AMERICAN HERITAGE FROM OUR PURITAN FOREFATHERS Since the first settlers paused in their courageous endeavor to build a new country in a wilderness — to give thanks for their blessings — it has been an American tradition. On this Thanksgiving Day, we give heartfelt thanks for the rich blessings we know as Americans .... and for our heritage of freedom and democracy. Ike Gets Dope on Atomic Developments By MERRIMAN SMITH NKW YORK. UT]>> - PrrsirU-n;-: eliict DwiKlH D. Eisenhower gut a] fill-in (-11 atomic enci';;y today fiom o>if (if tho physicists rospun- siitlc foi the development of the ato'^ic bomb. ^ j Eisenhower cm.lVrn'd n\,'. • liis| Conrncuore Hotel office with Join; JR. Dumiing. dean of cnsuiiceritip of Columbia University, who said they discussed "the .aenenil situation am', future of the atomic energy field." .Eisenhower had a full schedule of appointments today and was working hum hours in an ap- pnront ..ttempt to ele;ir his desk for his announced trip to Korea. PRESCOTT NEWS Annual Joint Community Service to Be Held Thanksgiving Day The nntuuil joint community Thanksijivint! service will be held Thursday from t until 3 o'clock, as too many of its members arc unable to assist Mrs J. B. Franks, welfare chairman. Thursday. November 27. at 8:30! c °ld drinks were served to tho a m. in the Assembly of God chur- i """•' members present. ch. ' I Rev. Warren Golden, pastor of! Wesleyan the First Methodist Church, will! give the Thanksgiving sermon. The! invocation will be given by Rev Wesley A. Lindsay, pastor of tin First Baptsit church. Rev. C. It Porter, pastor of the Church of the • i Guild Has Study Twenty members of the Wesley an Service Guild of the Methodist Church met on Thursday evening at the church for a study on Home! | Missions and Human Rights. | .Mrs. l.ela Mays presided and op- Naz.-iriMie. Prescott. will present the! l ' 11od tho meeting, reading of the scripture. Charles I The study on "Respecting Minor- Dews will be presented in a vocal j ltll ' s " W;1S « lve » b >' Ml ' s - J - B - llosterlv. solo and the benediction will be | given by Rev. W. G. Bensberg. ; pastor of the First Presbyterian i Church. Wanted Small and Large FARMS to Sell HORACE SAMUELS 101 E. Division Phone 7-07Hi \! K; ESA Has Business Meeting Alpha Omicrcm Chapter of ESA held its monthly 1 business meeting with Mrs. Bob Reynolds on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Reynolds presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. J. T. \Vorthini!ton, who arrived later. Plans were made for the March of Dimes dance to be held on New Years' Eve. After much discussion the chapter voted to drop as a project assisting with the well which is held on the Miss closing Frances prayer. Bailey voiced the Victory HD Club Meets In Home of Mrs. D, W. Durham The Victory Home Demonstration Club met on Friday' after- noun in the home of Mrs. D. W. Druhani with Mrs Vernon Fore and Mrs. W. P. Cummings assisting hostesses. ' Attractive 1 ararngements of mums were used for decoration. Mrs. J. T. McRae. opened the meeting with an inspiring devotional talk on "Thanksgiving" and led in prayer, child clinic j The president, Mrs. Roy Loomis Paai Chirk Clifford. And John Storlnvm now hnsf the job. ?'•.•( m" t her i-f those presidents! apparently had in mind the same • »i of rhnin-ot-command 'n't in doing business through a chief of stuff In the Army. Judging from, Adams' own de- cr'plion of his job, it will be up to Inch! him to .striiiKWen hut all the proli- seems to be setlini; up! lens v h.ch cnn be possibly solved i without botnerin"s Kisenhowey with Top Radio Programs NKW YORK, 1(11 — On the nlr Adams. Adanv saiil his duties, •(•'•!'•<•• I to him by F.iscnlv tuire him to be an ovei : i-'i..I'M' of Ihe various <•• ,'S, servini; as h.r.-. ". the While House . •; and Congress. alone will keep a lot of off Kisenl'ower's nivk anrl his hnir. It's an.Ml'er wav of NHC same lime he'll have to the fires in the Repulili- Inlstra'Uon ~- if lie ean M:» Qui/.: 7:;10 H, Groueho War Lino Klsenhow his ni.'lin become n big liln/c while r\ umlinK up Ihe best iidviee for any problem which Kisenhow- er h.-\s tii settle himself. For i vamplo: Aditms will have to hai-itle Ihe eat-and-doi; fU'.hN :M- u.nits Adams that .s'l'iiiK up among governmenl | buller ,uut chief j i.fl'iria!-- and ngeiieies; he'll h.ivH ! to unravel Wl'>itc lloiise-eongre:! | has had long It ain-' sidiial -elntions that snarl. 7 Comedy i.!IUleMlecvo; !> Ciolden Fleece. v.'1'S 7 l-'Ul in Pence and j 7.:>(> Or. Chi'istiiui; « The (Up; »:8C Whnl's My Line, AHC- li;;Ul I.ono Hunger; 7 My.••toy Tl.iNtlwv; 8 Mr. President; H:30 C'rossl'li-c Dai.Ce music, MBS CMS Muveul lomedv n.m. Rob Hope a.m. Oi i nd rire:ikfast Club: Cliff's Fiimily. Interview; In 19,M there wore 3,833,000 | His In tho United States. nilCC Hurl Like Jl PiLEJ But Now I , oa.._, Ammlnff fi ' n>)l«f tfnm tahtrt (if i hi OMnlo brlnffl fn« Men's , Boris Ktlwards. Corner; Karloff; Thurr.oay ilenis: N1.1C-- _ iir^. i,ni"> flntuvo nhrlnk nwr " li(iril pnvHi.> Mnko Ufa worth llvlnf i JO- "•"•nt.th* merllciillon proved hy exp with 11,000 pll.ilc pAtlentt, Uot MlnbrMM«^t ntntmcnt or vtltipnfttic , DlioovW lil««s«d relief Kt once—oj\ti ., i monny hwU. A»k f(ir It by n»m«—»T II;,1U! tan Ml«6r—nt ilniK Itoroi PENNEY The ciate of his departure has not been announced for security reasons and all details of the trip ALL VEOETABLi '< xV.'«l- Vj» ^ « ( 4vv- "V," *•'-.'"'. -. •' • You'll Want to Attend the Annual Union THANKSGIVING SERVICE AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH \ From 9:30 until 10:30 Thursday November 27 in Hope Thanksgiving Message by Rev. S. A. Whitlow Special Music by Presbyterian Choir Let's All Attend This Great Church Service This Thanksgiving Page Sponsored by the Following Hope Business Firms WANTED 5000 Lengths 20 to 45 feet. For prices delivered or timber, Call . . Rufus Martin Phone 7-3083 or 7-3093 I will be Mjcrct until he leaves Ko; rea on instructions of the Defense Dejiart. v ient. Eisenhower may disclose today his choices for more top jobs in the new administration, including one or more of the men who will fill the three remaining cabinet posis. Sources close to the president- elect :-aid he had already made his choice of men to fill the three; cabinet posts—labor, commerce j r.nci postmaster general—but would: not make public their names until | after a conference with each man. Duniiiiig, who for years has done; nu'.jor research work in the ato-1 mic fie'.a. .designed the Oak Ridge: plant. He was one of the mainj •»cienti.-lF in the Manhattan district project lie would not comment on whether Eisenhower asked him to serve on the. Atomic Energy Com- I mission. j Askeci whether there is a va- j cancy c.n the commission now, Dunnin,". said there is. Me said they also discussed "Some of the things General Eisenhower started' when he was active as piTi.idei'it of Columbia University. 2nd and 4th | conducted Ihe business at which lime it was decided to have a pot luck family night supper at the Emmet Club house on Dec. 11. The club will meet at the Redland Community on Dec. 12 for the county council Christmas party. Mrs. Madge Burgess and Mrs. Theo Elgin gave a demonstration on candy making. I Mrs. N. N. Daniel, retiring pres- i ident, was honored with a hand- i kerchief shower in recognition of ! her tireless efforts for the club. Cake and coffee were served to the nine members. VERY ••DOGGY"—"N i c k i c," pedigreed dachshonnd, jnodels' the very latest thing in canine adornment for doys with wealthy owners. A rhinestono-studded collar and a black satin dog coat are just the thing lor the "dog- about-town." Nickie wns one of several doggy models who recently wagged their way through a fashion show held in a New York restaurant. Considers ir o *t¥hiX\ l hte»«iv v THEATRES NEON CO. SHOE STORE OEPT, STORi HOPIAUTOCO BAKERY DEPARTMENT STQRE MKT, & co, FIRST NATIONAL BANK REPHAN'S DEPT. STORE FOSTER - ELLIS WHITE ELEPHANT HAMM TIRE & APPLIANCE BURKE'S SHOE STORE KEITH'S JEWELRY SCOTT STORES WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE ARCHER MOTOR CO. BRUNER-IVORY HANDLE CO. GUNTER LUMBER CO. HOPE BASKET CO. GRAYDON ANTHONY LUMBER CO. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BERT RETTIG NASH MOTORS HAYNES BROS. ROUTON & CO. Vlfy-^^r* 1 E f ' x-^V, . * s t ••»!•••- «. Jr' i £ -f4^Vi4 LEIBLONG REALTY CO. JOE'S CITY BAKERY HOME FURNISHING CO. . E. J. WHITMAN Gulf Distributor DAVIS FURNITURE CO. HALL'S CLEANERS NORMAN MOORE Distributor Cities Service Products JAMES CLEANERS v * '**• tr ,-*-*-""', \ ** I* Mrs. E. B. Murry Honored on Birthday Mrs. E. B. Murry was honored with a dinner given by her children and grandchildren at her home Sunday in celebration of her K4th birthday. The dinner was served buffet style from a table covered with a while cloth and centered with an orchid and pink cake topped with 84 glowing candles and flanked by pottery bowls filled with orchid mums. Mrs. Murry was the recipient of many lovely gifts. Those present for the delightful occasion were Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Murry, Mrs. Nick Rogers of Macon Miss., Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Honea, , Mrs. Joo Ball of Laneburg, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Jim Mann of Emmet, Mrs. Shclton Cross of Camdcn, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones of El Dorado, Miss Leona Clark of Macon. Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Lige Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Le-d- bettcr and Helendale. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Honea and family. A son, R. E. Murry of Dallas was unable to attend. By JAMES MAR LOW WASHINC'MN '.I'. ho-.vor did iiimsell ; he picked t'jov. Slieiman Adiiins of! Now Hampshire to be assistant' to Mm as pre.-ideiii It may turn! out to have ln'i'ii lu s smartest i move s-i far. Not 1.realise lie pirUed Adams. lUit L* eause lie at u-tl >u fast in roi:o.'.',iii:-mK he'll need a !ul Hf help \vhiMi l,e lakes over !he pn-sidency in .lanuai-y. bolh in advice, and riiiiniiiu tile novi nm:eut F.ise'ihowi'r oiij^ht to live loniiei'i ',\ il'i ar assistant lie-udt 1 bim lo f:houl(le, some ill ti,r woil-;. On man couldn't do the job alone. U. \\culd kill liim if he tried. Presidents lioosevell and Tr man boll;, had White House troll- |:' bie-shoi ters. Hoo: evelt had Harry llupkin:-. Truman for a \\hile had guests of Mr. and Mr^. Tom I,tu;a in Memphis. They wore ai-eoinpan- ied by little Miss Judy I.oi'.ah. who has lie CM visilini; in the l.n.'jan home for Ihe past month. JUST RECEIVED! Women's 1953 Stylos SHORT COATS Big Assortment! White or Patterns! I 00"(i Weal! Ltecmtikil Tailoring! NOW! WHEN YOU NEED THEM! Close Out! 25 Only Brand New Perfect Mr. and Mrs. U L. Buchaifan and family were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Wortham in Gurdon. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Porter and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Porter of El Dorado were the week end guests of Mrs. Watson Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas and Mrs. Ernest Cox motored to Little Rock Saturday where they met Miss Mary Lou Thomas and Harley Cox of the University of Arkansas, Fayetlevillo. Mr. and Mrs. of Hope were tilt: her parents, Mr. Daniel. Cril Stewart .Ir. guests Sunday of and Mrs. N. N. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Logan and Mrs. E. L. Cass were the week end Friends will regret to hear that Mrs. Burke Shelton's son-in law, Capt. .lames B. Standerfer. was killed when a C-lti crashed into the sea off the east coast of Korea. Mrs. Shelloii left .Sunday for Little Rock to he with her daughter, Mrs. Slanderfer. She was accompanied by Mrs. A. W. Hudson. Miss Klnise Hudson and Mrs. W. P. Ci!Uiii;in;'.s. Mrs. Uobbie Wilson was the I week end Kiii'.st of her dam'.h'uT. | Miss Dorothy Wilson in Little Itock) , I Mr. and Mrs. Pope Bnley werel, the guests Sunday of D. K. Ucnds; and Jessica. WOMEN'S ALL WOOL Turtle-Neck Sweaters « Lois of Styles! • Lois of Colors! • Outstanding Value! o Sizes 32 to 40! Regulars! Shorts! Longs! Sharkskins! Flannels! 'lOO% All Wool Fabrics! Come in try them on! DO IT QUICKER WITH THESE SPECIAL PURCHASE! Rayon Satin Brassieres White! B Cup Only 1 Stitched Cup! Value! Sizes 32 to 38! 50c NOT ALL STYLES! Better Come Early For Choice! Free Alterations! SOMETHING NEW! MEN'S RAYON FLANNEL TAILORED SLACKS • Holds Nice Crease! • Self Belt or Regular Styles! • Shades of Grey, Tan or Blue! • Sizes 28 to 42! 6. CLOSE OUT! ONE BIG GROUPS WOMEN'S BETTER DRESSES Taffetas! • Cottons! Not All Styles! • Not All Sizes! 1.50 Gift wrapped...and ready tor the tree! »t«» the tvhile shirt with the Guaranteed Airplane Cloth Collar Here's the famous shirt that lets you say gootlbye to frayed collars forever. Airplane cloth is the reason — super-wear cotton that goes into every \Vings Rocket collar. If it doesn't outlive the shirt, we'll hand you a brand new shirt free. Real pearl buttons, fine combed broadcloth — it's America's greatest shirt value. AUo in solid c'iu>; ion, green of gray Give her a gift of fashion for Christmas ... at a value-full Penney pricel gyrol FLUID DRIVE for iniopth performance, It available on all'/i-, V<-,1- ton and Route-Van models. DODGE TRUCKS 5^ & ,*. iJS Get behind the wheel of a Dodge and discover the easiest-handling truck on the market! You can turn a Dodge sharper. You can maneuver better, park quicker. You'll like these trucks for easy steering, too—and for cab comfort, visibility, and smooth riding. 4-pc. matching Cannon TOWEL SETS 6. R, HAMM MOTOR CO. . Hope, Alton w Clamour gift *t a tiny price! Thick fluffy terry —famous Cannon quality, famotii vibrant color*. Set Includes 20" x 40" bath towel, face towel, 2 wa«h cloths. Choice of five decorator color*. 169 GIFT • Sof^ rayon failles! t Tailored, A handbag ejyle (a pl*a»e every W«a«a o» yo«W |i«l ,.. ul a price Uwt pleww yoyr budget !S«eP( big, rwrnj Jiiwdsome i . beautifujly :-€• &> *i» i v da , ,

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