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0 P I STAR, II Oft. ARKANSAS Wednesday, November 26, 1952 Wadnetdoy, November 26, 1952 ly CMek Young OZARK IKI By Ray Gotta 4, BOSS 5 Tr DAWSONE THAT OPERATOR i WAS SWING WHEN WB WgPE CaUndar Antwsr to Previous Putzle 00 Fcmnlo taint* Ot Bneit of nock VKRTIOAL IPohei 2 Soviet rlvar 0 UnnSplratoU 4 Former V governor 22 Strongholds 40 Hebrew 6 Jolt 84 nitMlnn identic 0 Joined mountfllnn 43 Emborikmcnti 35 Tlrrio mcHnure 45 Unnaorncd 20 PHI covering 40 Adlic*lvo »(rlp AU(hor 20 Nuin'oor ot 4V Poemt « 6 CuwUvo drus» d(iy» In week 4fl Tidy lOltngllih river 30 Low unnd hill SO Veijetablo ; 1] Criminal 31 Onollo fiiPeor (ulana) 33 Boanboro , 02 Hcliiu 10 Sinrcnou»e« moutuln 05 pnsiHcHpts : 20 Oii'l'linamo 3SChnnyc(t (tib.) ,t hiv« to tltmtnftto that viol«ntlyr«mo- in thd woond movtmentl" ByQalbroith , R-]| ifet 1 Mi OUT OUR WA> «y j. R. William* . A.I..X PlRTV / FLAVEK^/ VM:" 'tt-KXhrSf-rt f / GHK JKVT HAI^ A i.iiTi.r;. I Af'KOM Ol- AM'OUT V IJMtX'R. Hf'ft ' OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopio FUNNY BUSINESS By Hcrshbcrgor ^irj> "You guys got the extra wages you demanded—now you can work overtime figuring where the money's coming from to oay YOU!" FRECKLES ANP HIS FRIENDS By Blosser WU. BE THe I TAKES LAST SENIOR. ) OVjtR. >. DOWN... 50 TH' 5co'wia BE ALL nco UP IN TH' FUST OUAW TUN, SOON AS i u'.> WILDCATS ry>cr 'EXTRA POINT/ 'A CLASSIFIED Ads Mujt Be In Office Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES All worn AU» Ar* Payable m Advanct But Ads <VIH B« Accepted Ov«t Th« Telephone And Accomo- dolitn Accounts Allowed With Th« .Undemanding The Account It Pay- <ibl« Wh«n Statement It Rendortd One Three 311 One Day Days Day* Month 45 .90 1.50 4.50 "iC fLINT By Michael O'Malley and Ralph Lone / *_' f JU&T t\<y I \ -.'O^CTC** ! c I HAP KMCWM TUJPS v'---j r" '^..sscn.i' L_y' ^ < 6,X ^•=^trrrrrrr-'-rrrrrr,r/ /feh,^; fefe^'4 U&£W . _.-_Jffiiilii.tJ__ ."'•>, SISTER, AMP HCW CC'AE rL!N;T SAW YOU CHAM»EBr,\\X»r-"5 UM'=C7,v\ THE r "HE CELTIC TCW27.-J JO3/ r~ •<W X ^^,^> /, J f _ . V J Si-.-,L—~^-r, '^•t?v> 1 i«;aift \%fe^ IV \^mm 1LJS4U^] PC* .TIE, en. . T WANT TO £ET 1 20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 ^J^A ''&f^ T-.,... . "* //'Z^ Cotir. 19'^J I;/ NEA «3i-M WASH TUBES By Leslie "fume. HIS WSHME55 5HOULD BE HESE/ WMT 500M. THEN WE COWCLUDEr THE DE/XL—JES3KSS3SSSsa*fSS( VMWMS THNT TUP t'lv^M ,-,- ~\" "•**»' i nc; u/ B sp^.i>;._ / <s^ v' ^j..j «Fv«3SJ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY (One Ttme 75c per Inch 8 Times 60c per Inch 0 Times 50c per inch Rate* quoted above are for con- Mcutive insertions Irregular or jttlp- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy , will be accepted until b p.m. tor Jf publication ine tallowing day. The publishers reserve the right to revise 01 edit all advertisements of. fenny tor publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initial! ol one 01 more letteri, groups 01 dgurei such 01 houm or telephone numbers count a« one word. The hope Mar will not be reipon- flble lor errors in Want Ads unlea •rrori are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then ror ONLY the ONE incorrect . fciertlon. •'.' Phone 7-3431 HOPE STAR Star of Hop* U99; fteti If27 Ceniolidated January 18, 192* For \NY type of gravel, including pea gravel, sand, top soil, and fill dirt. Call Jesse Sinclair 7-2559. O-28-lm 20 GAUGE Winchester pump with compensator and recoil pad. Like new. Robert La Grone. 25-31 MODEL 12, 16 gauge Winchester pump gun. Good as new. $75. 994 W. 5th. 25-3t BED and springs, table, small heater, chest of drawers. Good condition. $20. Phone 7-3798. 26-It ELECTRIC water pump. Good condition. See A. N. Rider, Patmos, Arkansas. 26-3t BUTANE gas tank aud pipe. Earl Fincher, Highway 4. 2(i 2 THREE year old trained bird clogs. 1 registered. Phone 7-3982, Gary Formby. 2(i-;it ROUGH air dried oak, gum and cypress. Also S-2-S Oak and Gum suitable for Farm use. 0;;k Fence po.sts and bridge timbers. Hope Basket Company. 26-lt For Rent UNFURNISHED house also bedroom with kitchen privileges. Phone 7-3349. 26-3t UNFURNISHED house. 5 rooms nnd bath 517 W. Third. J. W. Patterson at Patterson's Shoe Store. 26-6t UNFURNISHED -apartment. Newly decorated. 410 N. Main. Apply at 412 N. Main. 26-3t ARKANSAS HOFt STAR, Hon. ARKANSAS -"•" - "~ * '" •* ' ' -*•*•• . ; ' --V-- r it •-'•••- ; •"• -'- ,CARL BELL Bobcats Given Little Chance Against Hogs Hopo nnd Texnrknna square off hore Thanksgivins in Mammon? Stadium in the final same of th* season fur both squads. ,„ The Bdbciils BO into the contest with Uttlf hope of victory over tho powerful Ka/orbacks. Last year tt was 13-0 mul this year tin- HoR« are considered more potent than ever ;iml im - expected to tallv just about ;i s t) u ,y pioase over til.*' much lighter Hope boys. At least five of the'Bobcats are on tin- sk-U list nnd Co-CnplnlP Tommy noyle is definitely out having misped liist week's Smackover contest. It w;is iilsn learned today that Raymond Churchwell is sick and will not see arlinii ; nu | reRular end Bobby Bruci be unable to play due to a death in his family. The kickoM' Basketball Friday at Guernsey B-isketbnil games will bo heir) In the Guernsey school gymnnsiuivi stnrting «t 7 o'clock Friday night The senior boys nnd girls will pin> with proceeds going to the svveni or fund for ench team. Admission is l."> and 25 cents. Tulsa Leading Offensive Team in U. S. N".-:\V YORK, W-Tnlsa\ r.aior Bo\\l louul Golden Hiinu-.me' is '••>vtl i>i- its way todr.y ti> the ma-! lor ,'o!! t !;r . football eluin-.pionship in| 'Ol;i| i-i.liin.ji and offense. j '"I"' ' t.i'r-luMten Missouri Valley" s-CjUiul. ,,,-lei-ted veslenlay to mee't l'li..rid:i i n the Gntor Houl, aver- a«i'd -Ilii,.!) yards per i;anu- and •ll:. 1 -! .1 ;:;ime alonj; the ground ai-- 1 I'l'idiM^ i,, statistic!; released liv •: the NC'AA service bureau Sail II Jo«e Mai,' Services Offered LOCAL and Jong distance Hauling. Also local moving. See Dannie Hamilton or call 7-3611. N-23-lm MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co., 316 S. Washington. Phone 7-2G22. N-25-IM Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO C. £. Pair****' Pf«*«Hi"»*' AIM H. Woihburn, Stcy-Tnfc At The Mar Building 2I2-2I4 iuuti. nauiui jirMt Hope, Arkansas kt !•» fvu.aDunt, editor tk Publisher Paul H. Junes, Managing Editor uvjffji.* n lio&uior, Mech. Supt. (.si r • uo is, At 'crtising Monagir BOulS AND HER BUDDIES 3^p CJT v vv ft* \\«WOXS By Edgar Marrin ,- ; class matter at • .pc. Arkaniai, under th* Act at March 3. 1897. ARt US TO 'XtVY- EXACT M«mb*> at the Audit Bureau of Circulation* Subscription Rates (payable in ad- By carrisi in Hope and nelohbor- i>g towns — >>»r Week ..................... 25 o«r Vear ...................... 13.00 By mail in riempstead, Nevada, ,ataycitle, Howard, and Miller coun- On« Month ........................... 85 • ljie%- Montm .................. 1.60 >.lx Monthi .... .......................... 2.60 One Year .............................. 4.50 All other mall — Jne Month ......................... 1.10 I'hree Months ..................... 3.25 _v 'lx Months ........................ 6.50 (I Jno Year ........................... 13.00 BUGS BUNNY HEY, LOOK./ A \TH-THKOV.' ITJ. HlOKvE-?HOK .' OVEK >OUK I THINK TH.-XT •3TUFF'-3 A BLINGH o' JUNK... BUT HE.KE £ ]"\^$\w T: r I I AIN'T JEEN A THIS LUCKY IN VSARG.' n^^w^sp ]_'.•! : _\iL //:_l!/r^V- ^a >J>'.- : •-.• v,-; '"..u^. VT—yC -- J '^'^&i? ^"-^T^S^-^^^w ^^m^'^^l^ ^^ * •£..%™''^CJ^tfa &-••*' >ii^\l( /^...!g^jl___.^Sg^-»: Nof'i Advertising Representative*': Arkansas Dailies Inc.; 1602 Sterick <Jldg., Memphis 2, Tenn., 505 Texas dank Bldg Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New "ork 17, N. Y.; 1763 Fcnobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of the Associated Press: fhe Associated Press is entitled ex- :lusively to the use for republiration 11 all the local news printed in thli «vrsixjuoi. os wull as all AP newt ALLEY OOP A'El'.. •! PAc-N'T \ 3A> MIGHTY COD \ l ,'.- si " "-'~- 1 LeVK tiku WE-'LL \ TIM:; TI) MVNL: / n : ;. AI.MO-.^I CO ANV lil. .'• I A. IV^f'-K / .'V- II t'-.'Ml'.'..' 1 Mi-. MA,CiilM(. V.Oi;K / hXll.UKt, II- / Oil>N'T \\ANV Ml. ..1 1'AeK Mt- ; ... , \ TO u I By V. T. Hamhh ^.._..__.-._. FARMERS Buy Farm Bureau Insurance Fire-Life, Automobile, Polio, and Hospital. FOP Information Contact GARLAND,E. URREY Agent 1407 S. Pine Phone 7-3772 JUST ARRIVED 1000 NEW CHRISTMAS SUIT AND TOPCOAT SAMPLES TOM WARDLAWS MAIN STREET TAILOR SHOP DUNLOP TIRES We carry a complete stock of new and used tires. COLLIER TIRE & BATTERY SERVICE Phone 7-5846 116 E. 3rd CHRIS WELKIN, Planeteei By Russ Winterbotham i IlL PKOP ' OFF AT THfc WHILE VOU'EE FAWNS )P THAT. I'LL PIND CHPI-5... AAAVBE iVE CAN 5TILL CATCH VAL/V\ArJ...I CENTEP . CAN6IVE THF ALAKM! AREA OF THE ATO\\ CITV FARMERS Do you need seeding or fertlllz- Jna done by AIRPLANE? We do : plf kinds at reasonable rates. HOPE AIRPORT Call Bill Watson 7-9900 See . , JOHN T, McRAE For llfei hospltallzatlon, sick fnd accident, Polio and farm in- •urance. Prepare for the unexpected. Phone 608. P. O. Box 182 PRESCOTT, ARK. HfNRY By Carl Anderson Haul and Spread SAND or CLAY $145 Yard Pea Gravel, Clay, Gravel and Fertilizer Available. RALPH SAUNDERS Phone 7-4683 or 7-3174 fttt. Kim Porter's Glass Shop Off you need automobile gl«*»? If you do, «•« j^^j I** For Sale or Rent ROOM furnished house. 400 S. Bonner. See Mrs. Era Jones at Scott Store. < 25-Gt Notice NEW and renewal subscriptions to any nvagazine published. Christ mas rates. Charles Rcynerson, City Hall. Day Phone, 7-2328; Night 7-2788. O-30-lm IF YOU want to drink, that's your Uisiness. If you want to quit, that's our business. Alcoholics Anonymous, 205. P. O. Box N-18-lm surprising that this longtime as-ltil a "cold virus" kept fivo of hl» liU.-u.t coach hasn't been men- boys out of school this week. At' prominontly in all the ovci- who'll be the next though not oxpi-cti'd from any source to win the Bobcats nt full slty of Arkansas. The buiT-hoadt'd. c'uof footbiill lutor at the Univer-j strength could luuv made an in- 1 tercsting contest of it and will try sharp-witted, to do just that tomorrow after George, who never has been noon despite tlu 1 odds. caught without a new funny story,; Reserve seat ami j;ame tickets wo.ild appear to be qualified for : are now on sale at Jacks Newsstand while game tickets are on sale at Hoy Anderson's and Stewart's Jewelry. A large delegation from Texarkana will follow the Razorbacks. LET ME order your shrubbery, fast growing shade trees, fruit trees, grape vines and berry plants of all kinds. I have on hand strawberry plants, two cents each. Also pansy plants. Call' or come to Bledsoe's Flower Shop. 1819 S. Main. Phone 7-4640. 25-3t the top job. He's a native of Arkansas and a former Razorback star. Kf.ving played under Francis Schmidt and served as an aide to Fi(d Tnomscn, Glen Rose, John Uainhill and Otis Douglas, he's lx-i n exposed to just about every toolbar system. As long as Cole has been around, he certainly knows the Soul.hw.Ml Conference. In his ca- pac.'ty 11 f a scout he probably has seen more of those Texas teams than anyone except their own coaches. G'/urnc is extremely popular with tile fans. He had one crack at the head coachiru*. J°b, but no one would say it was a fair trial. A lack lustre tea 11 v as dumped into his lap just before the start of the 1942 season when Thomson suddenly (unteeiod for military service. Tl-at Porker combine won three gatres and lost seven. Cole may not be interested, as mary top heads as he has seen lopped off at Fayettcville. He's a happy, carefree man as an assistant. th departments. Waugh leads tin- nation's major coiie.m.s in rushing with 1,H' 1 . .v;:rci ; : io Ml carries. \Vhile Tulsa dominates along the ground. Illinois is tops via the routr. The mini completed its oir seru.uii \\iti, ;in nveiaue j;a1n per f;o':ie o' 2! -l.li yards on pa.ssin>;. 1 Tommy O'Conuell is responsible for Illinois' lead in this department.' O'Conuell tups the nation in 'total' l.ffe'iS" wi!h 1,721 yards and in: pass completions, Klli in 22-1 at- | tempt*, an average of fill. 4 ' EXPLORER DIES STOCKHOLM. Sweden (.-I 1 ) •Sven Anders tledin, one of -vorld's greatest ciullidi-ities Dr. the game. ; j I!l:nois. howf'viM-, isn't assured of. I the passim; title even though it's the fn,iit!i hi!;l;e?t n:ajcii-eolli'i:e fi('.m-<' c\ei' rei-nrded-. l''onlhani has. 211.-1, !)etn,it -.!)!.:! and Ciucinnir. i APRON shop in my home. Other handmade useful gifts. Complete selection now. Mrs. John Keck. Home Study Course COMPLETE your high school at home in spare time. Diploma. No classes. Texts furnished. Write for free booklet. American School, 2905 Alabama, Fort Smith, Arkansas. N-19-lm EXPERIENCED waitress. Top sal ary. Apply Manager, Diamond Cafe. N-19-tf MIDDLE-aged white lady to keep house for family of four. A. O. Bright, Fulton, Ark. Phone 2. 25-6t Real Estate for Sale MATTRESSES w- made Into lnn.rwrt«» Work Guaranty OM Day DAVIS 277Vi Acre farm 5% miles north on Highway 29. Good 5 room house, electricity. 1 good tenant house, three barns. All fenced and cross fenced. Running water all year around, minerals reserved. Central Asia and an explorer for{, iuo Satordav. and alll -nrh exeep- moie than 50 years, died at his | Uonal , ( ,,| W 'n,am es would !>,. need- 'll!! 1 ^..'!!:''^. 1 !!. 11 :'*' 11 ' W!l:; i!7 - « :d 1(i "^".'i';"ii mmois, mi hav, lough lime holding onto 1'reton f.'arpi.-iilrr, the fre.sV.mnn brother sprees Ti'lsa also has a crack at The departing Haxorbaok pigskin boss, Otis Douglas, says it's true that Arkansas is having a of '..cwis Carpenter. The winning] |)us''ing leadership to go along with 1 ways of the University of Okln- its "tlu r high rankings. Prmc.cUm, homa Ir.ok mighty nood to the for-j its season complete, scored PJ; n.er Muskogee, Okla., all-slat' 1 1 If) loiicl.down through the air, ami back, -'.i .seems. And young Cal'-'Tu'-'H IMS 1!!. .; penler looky good to Oklahoma The I'.iirrieaiie, with I4!l points in 1 coaches. its last three game:;, is up high \ in this respect too. Oklahoma'.-', 39.2 points a game represent, the. most prorluelive attack, with Michigan St.'.lc's li'1.7 secoiid. Tulsa j has 33.0 and Princeton :i;i.O. I The Busham and Hottentot peo- nev.' fieldhousi'. By next year, it .ifi pie ol' Southern Africa are yellow-; hoped, the Coliseum at the Arkan-j closely related to the Ncfivo tribes- sas Livestock Showgrounds here which occupy the country to the F;;ns won't have to worry about those sight-blocking posts of Robinson Auditorium at the Razorbacks' '.-.asketball games in Little Rock this winter. The tilts will be played in Little Rock High. School's will be ready for basketball. north of them. Copyright, 1952, by France* Pariclnaon Kayn. Distributed by King Feature* .Syndicate. SYNOPSIS After a brilliant formal wedding. Roger and Emily Field settle in u fine old house on Beacon Hill. Doston. the gift of Emily's rich, eccentric Grandmother Forbes. Brian Collins and David Solomont, law firm associates of Field, are frequent callers here. Reaching home, weary nnd spent one evening. Field finds liis wife seated alone with Scilomont. Silently lie resents the presence of this suave, handsome charming Intruder in his home. Lots of young -timber. 83 Acre farm % mile South Marlbrook Church near Blcvins, Ark. on all weather road. School bus at door. Nice large 5 room dwelling. Electricity, Butane Gas. Plenty of water, large barn. All good fertile soil fenced and cross fenced. An ideal location. Beautiful 3 bedroom home, hardwood floors throughout. All large Comfortable rooms.- Plenty large closets and built-ins. Attic fan. 100' x 150' Shady Lot. FHA, 4'A Interest rate loan. Owner leaving town. 1210 S. Main Street. GREENING INSURANCE & REALT COMPANY Real Estate Loans Insurance Phone 7-4661. Position Wanted 25-3t Although plague is believed to have existed in ancient times, its most spectacular development was the Black Death of the 14th Century which took three-quarters of the pop-alation of some parts of Europe. CHAPTER EIGHT AS EMILY nad freely told Roger on his return from Salem, David had dominated the group at the Somerset Club, charming all Homer Lathrop's other guests, besides saving the situation tor her. In asking David to go home with her afterward, she had primarily desired to pick up the gauntlet which her trustee had thrown down; out while also sincerely feeling that she could not have a pleasanter companion to while away the time until Roger's return, she had not thought of David as a stimulating, much less as a disturbing, presence. She had always had her fair share ot masculine attention, but she had never been an enchantress like her grandmother and she wholeheartedly loved her husband: the idea that she might have a passage at arms with David or any other man had never entered her head. This had still not occurred to her when she returned to the library from the pantry, after assuring herselt that everything was in readiness for Roger's substantial refreshment when he came home, fate and tired, and that the makings ot a drink were available for Davi<J whenever he 'chose to have one. Meanwhile David had turned on the radio to an inviting musical program. He bowed to ncr with mock solemnity as she reentered the room and then, straightening up again, smiled *t Wonted to Rent HOSPITAL bed. Call 7-6619. 25-3t MASSINGILL REST HOME 803 E. Division Phone 7 4320 For convalescent aged, men and women. State and city approved. R«g. "Vocational nurse. Jewell Majgingill Repairs her engagingly. "There's no reason why we shouldn't have a dance of our own, is thera. just because 1 wouldn't be acceptable at the Waltz Evening?" he Inquired, and, almost before she^ could answer, "Of course there isn't!" he had swept her into his arms. She had danced with him before, at a note), where the noise and the crowd and the setting nad all combined to deprive the experience of intimacy or special significance. Now everything was different. Her 4 mood was triumphant, because «he had thwarted Homer Latbrog in t&e effort to humUiat«.ner; sb« was grateful to David <or helping tier to do iW* aad— though «UU objecuve4y-«iie appreciated Out ' ***»» enaiilM faint Th* space tor a turn and yet Its atmosphere was one of privacy and seclusion. Although David's suggestion had taken her by surprise, the surprise was an agreeable one. Almost immediately she was aware that he was the best waltzcr with whom she had ever danced: presently, ot a vague wish that the music would go on and on; then ot the magnetic attraction of their united motion and physical proximity. Rather startled, she murmured something inconsequential und unconvincing about not being able to keep up with such an accomplished partner, David laughed lightly. "Nonsense! Of course you can. Didn't you ever dance before? I mean really? Well then, it's high time you learned—It'll do wonders evening—very exhilarating, We've spontaneously celebrated our mutual success in an extremely pleasant way, with perfectly normal consequences. I'm sorry you tccl impelled to tnlk as if we'd committed adultery." "I feel impelled to say I'm sorry 1 over let you into this house." "Very well. 1 won't cnme here again, if you renlly feel that way. But are you sure?" "Of course I'm sure." "You're not going to lie to me, are you? Are you sorry we've hud such good limra, sitting in front ot the lire together while we had tea? Arc you sorry you went with my stepfather nnd me to your grandmother's house when tic took hei the signet ring? Are you sorry 1 came to your rescue for you. Don't stiffen so—just re- I tonight? II you can «uy yea to lax and float along. It'a a mar- , all that, looking me straight In velous tecling." "Yes, 1 — I know. Junt the same, 1 think we'd better stop." "You mean you're not enjoying this?" "Of course I'm enjoying it. But— " She tried, Ineffectually, to disengage herselt. David laughed again and drew her closer to him, in a way that was both compelling and intoxicating. After that, she ceased to think of release. £n fact, she did not try to think at all. AS the music rose to a crescendo. David bent his head and, pressing his face against hers, kissed her on the mouth. Instantly she wrenched herself free and confronted him, trembling and incoherent with rage. He walked over to the radio, switched it on and then, opening her fa- vorit* cloisonne box, Helped mm- seH to a cigaret and lighted U. When she paused, breathless, in her tirade, he spoke with the utmost' calm, "I'm sorry you feel that I in- suited you. I certainly didn't mean to. i felt as if a kiss were a suitable climax to our dance, that's all." "You know we shouldn't have danced In the first place." "Wouldn't you nave danced it you'd gone to the Waltz Evening ?" "Yes. ot court*. But not— not like that." "I said | didn't .believe you'd ever really danced before. I told yog 1 thought it would do wonders for you to learn. Well, it hw— already." ' "You've made me «o ashamed that I don't see how I'm ever going to took my husband in the tace. If you call that doing wonders foi BW— " »! you'U «*cm* me tor to, the eye, I'll leave here this minute and I'll never come back." Without answering, Emily sank down in one ot the big chairs flanking the hearthstone and put her hands to her face. David seated himself opposite her and quietly awaited nor answer. "No." she Kp.id at laat, without looking up, "I'm not sorry for any ot that. I shouldn't nave, told you I regretted ever letting you Into the house. 1 did exaggerate. I've -I've enjoyed everything you've mentioned. But that doesn't mean I'm not ashamed ot what's just happened," "Didn't It occur to you that something ol the K:»-\. might hap. pen sooner or later- an a result ot the rest '!'•' "Ol course not. I thought we were just mends. I thought you were Roger's friend. I thought you were—" "A gentleman? r ;iily. If you say that, it'll be the ii;M straw." "Bui i did. I thought--" "Didn't you ever think of me as a man? Didn't you over think ot yourself as a woman?" David aaked. He spoke slowly and still very calmly; but scni.cnow he made every word sound ominous, "AW right, let me tell you sometliing froni now on you'll know that two people like you and me don't ever stay 'just friends. You'll recofnize my bind ot a man when you see one. You'll know he's a potential lover. Eventually, you'll want nim for an actual lover. What's more), you already Know--at iasi—ttiat you're a woman and not Just 9 lady." It' was at this moment that Roger had parted the pprtipre* aju) come into the library, to fln/1 David and Emily *o absorbed (9 Ifte^ w*« «ayjjjg to each thai Vyey dj<J opt evee te«f feyy, WEEKEND AT THE WHITE ELEPHANT CHAMBRAY Striped and solid colors, {t»| Regular 59c value 4 yards tf) I * 1 MMHMMMMIMMBMMBMMMHnH^^MM^^^^^^^^^^^^^ COLORED TOWELS Largo 20x36 in blue, green and yellow. Special Each LADIES LONG COATS Heavy Rayon Gabardine at Special low price of only LADIES RAYON SUITS Those suits are regular |^ f\f\ 16.95 values. Special .... I4)»UU SHOES Ladles and chlldrens shoes: Onfy small sizes left, 4*1 Values to $6.95 $ I . \«* BRASSIERES Ladles whire satin bras. Reg, 79c valuesi Extra Special . MENS DRESS SHIRTS Solid and fancy colored shirts Regular values to $3,95 Special ,... . • BOYS S)»OltT SOX Fancy heavy cohon sport MEN'S DRESS PANTS All wool and part wool pants and values to $11.95. Special LADJES SWEATERS Wool sweaters that arc values up to $3.95. Special ...... . BOYS SWEAT SH6RTS Heavy sweat shirts in while or gioy. Regular $1.49 values MEN'S, TIES Silk and wool in assorted colors Regular values to $1.50. Special 77c LADIES SHOULDER PURSES These purses have belts to match. Sold for 295. Only NYLON HOSE These are 51 gauge, and regular 1.19,values. Special 74e WHITE SHEETS These are 81x99. and Type 128. Regular $2.79 values. Special .:, ; $1.98 PILLOW CASES To match the above sheets. 2 for $1.00 WASH CLOTHS These are medium weight and regular 15c values. QQ Special, 12 for 7OC 60 GAUGE NYLONS Dark'heols fn black, brown, and 1 navy. Regular $1,49 values -"I, CHILDRENS HOSE ; Long cottpn hose that are reg, 49c valuasi 1 Special ,*, , , 3 on # COSTUME JEWELRY One big jroup^of ear rings and bracelets. "Special, ... ,'. , f » » . t**f j!-*rt LADIES BILL FOLDS One group leather blllfofdesthl are reg. 2.98 values,, Sp«clal;:.V i'i ' " J - ' ., i* , , it j- t JUST ARRIVED! THEY'RE NEW! LADIES RAYON TAFFETA DftE$$Ef This was a very special buy and wo arc pasting the saving! on to you,' Extra Special for Only ., X*,'R£ $500 II BOYS KNIT SHORTS These shorts sold regularly for +) A 79c. Slightly soiled. Special 2l*4C MEN'S WORK SOX Heavy cotton work sox that are QO-, regular 39c values. Special 4 prs. QOC LADIES DRESS GLOVES These gloves are in brown, green and black. Regular $1.98 values. Now CORDUROY 'OVERALLS Boys & girls overalls in sizes 1 to 4. Reg, $ 1.69 value. Now BEpTICKINCi " Nice heavy, feather!.proof tickina. Regular 79c values, Special .. , v ,..' ..... ' l ' -****'<DOMESTIC . , Medium weight domestic tfiat is a ' '> regular 25c value. ' - -*- v . Specral . . ..,,.. | DOMESTIC , Heavy weight domestic that is'o ^ /f> regular 29c value. ' ' Special .... i 4 RED JEANS $'q0d ?hild. Ladles MEN'S ADAM FEUT AM i|*fs and colors in these imart h9M for |*U 14,00 "•,,=5". <4,, >.<.- ,'S>y

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