Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 5, 1952 · Page 7
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*v s if'' MO PI STAR, HOP I, ARKANSAS Friday, December S, 19SJ Pray Work of Your Church Th*y arc nnxloui and determined Th«y wanttn<...wJ|l thow doors open? Is ^ ^ ^ ,„.-,, Id, "aik, and it ihftll be g|v«n you: »««k, nnd y« ihall find; knock, and it shall be * 9$£ Big locki and h*avy doort w«l brwk optu to thow of gnat faith. Your child and mine need 8^*^ Sty'cSurch, God laid to Joihua, "an I WM with Mowi 10 I wHl b» with Thw." "Maybe H«'» , J '8ufi«f llttlt children, and' forbid them not, to com. unto nw," ^» ¥•>»'/? ij/V \, • TWi Pofl« ti Mod* Possible Through Tht Genorosity Of Firms Llst«d On This Page ; Standard Auto Co, Sr'V ' \ *' •"' " ' V»ttf PuHBa" t s ,ii>,.-i^«Mf Anthohy Lumber Co, I^M'.^T - «*»»»*«i ^^s%'"*' v 'i ! <; LouWono Nevada Transit Co, U,vfP '••• , Insurance Agtncy 1 n Hope Furniture Co. 8lno« 1898 Young Chevrolet Co. Phone 7-8354 Bruner-lvory Handle Co. Phon* »»nv s -,,- i. 1&-& er & Rlalto Theatws W» Shanhouse Sons, Inc. South Hiunl Norman Moore OUit, CIU«t 8«rvl«t Prttluct* Crescent Drug Store Phwt T4W atiient Notional Bonk Phont 74913 fattif Noih Motors PhMt >W, Co, Inc. Wte**- The Snock Shop RMtSnCeti' Hopt Sign & Neon Service * PK,«, r-»w Grigg Decorators Supply rr * «t«fwEllit Inturonce Agency * Wllllom M. Duckett J%V^,f;e,; v, , ; Prayer Books Are Distributed News of the CHURCHES CATHOLIC Third and Walker Sts. Father A. G. Dunleavy, Pastor Sunday Second Sunday in Advent 'J:l!> a.m. Catechism Classes for 11 the. grammar grade and High ichool students, 10:ISO a.m. Holy Sacrifice ot the •Tass, followed by Benediction of 'he Most Blosscd Sacrament. Monday Feast of the Immaculate Conception — a Holy Day of Obligation. !) a.m. Mass. '2. p.m. Meeting of the Altar Society at the Parish Hull. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN East Second Street Rev. L. T. Lawrence, Pastor 9:30 a.m. The Men's Bible Class will meet in the Parish House for doughnuts and coffee, followed by the lesson ot 10 a.m. taught by James Pilkinton. in .Suiuui.v School. James H. Millei 1 , .Supt. 10:;i;> Morning Worship, Sermon by Pastor. 5 p.m. Vesper Service with sermon by pastor. 0 p.m. PYF. Meet in Parish House. Supper will be served. Carolyn Long will hnvo charge of tho program. Monday: The Circles of the Women of the church will meet as follows: Circle I, Mrs. Bin McRac chair man, ami Circle 3, Mrs. Fred Ellis chairman, will meet together at the home of Mrs. Fred Ellis at 10 11.m. .. ;, Circle- 2. Mrs. Vincent Foster chairman, will meet at tho home of Mrs. Turn McLarty at 2:30 p.m. Circle -I, Mrs. \v'. E. Tolleson chairman, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 Midwcvk Services FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Ferguson Street Rev. H. C. Hudspeth Pastor 9:45 Sunday School C. J. Rowe, Supt. 11 Morning Worship Sermon by Pastor 8:30 p.m. Young Peoples Church Mrs. Joe Lively in charge. 0:30 Childrens Church Mrs. Lawrence Key in Charge. 7:30 Evening Worship Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and prayer meeting. Thursday 2 p.m. Ladies Prayer Meeting The public is invited to attend all pervlges at this church. CHURCH OP CHRIST Walnut Street A. T. Oliver, Minister 9:45 Bible Study 10:37 Preaching 11:30 Communion 6 p.m. Young Peoples Bible Study. 7 p.m. Evening Worship Tuesday 0:30 a.m. Ladies Bible Study. Wednesday 7 p.m. Bible Study A welcome awaits you at all services. GARRETT MEMORIAU BAPTIST North Ferguson Street Eld. Elbert O'Steen, Pastor 9-9:30 Rock of Ages Broadcast from Church Auditorium over radio station KXAR. 10 a.m. Sunday School, Grady Hairston, Supt. 11 a.m. Morning Worship 0:30 p.m. BTS, Classes (or all ages, Travis Purtle, Pres. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship Monday 2 p.m. Sr. Auxiliary Meeting, Mrs. Ted Purtle, Pres. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Little Brotherhood meet ing, G. C. Bootn, rres Wednesday 7 p.m. Teacher's meeting in char gc of Mrs. Otha Roberts 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting conducted by Vivian Tonnomakcr. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Jr. Auxiliary, Miss Verla Allen, Pres. We welcome you to all of our services. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. A. Whitlow, Pastor 9:30 Sunday School Perry Moses, Supt. 10:50 a.m. Mormns Worship message by Eddie Martin, Evangelist 6:30 Baptist Training Union J. T. Bowden, Director. 7:30 Evening Worship with message by Eddie Martin, Evangelist. Monday 4 p.m. Sunbeams 4 pan. Junior G. A.'s 4 p.m. Lucy Lin Intermediate GA's 4 p.m. LaVora Murfin Intermed late GA's 7:30 Revival Meeting Wednesday 7:30 Revival Meeting Thursday 7:30 Revival Meeting Friday 7:30 Revival Meeting Saturday 7:30 Revival Meeting ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL The Rev. Charles Chambers Jr.. Priest -In -Charge Second Sunday in Advent 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and sermon. CHURCH Of Fifth And Qr«dy Robert 0. Cook, Sunday 0:45 a.m. Bible Study 10:45 a.m. Sef-mon 11:40 a.m. Lord's Supper 6:30 p.m. Voting peopUs claa* 7:30 Evening Worship »' Wednesday U 2:30 p.m. Ladies Bible Class 7:30 Midweek Services. Come study the Bible with tu. You are always weleotne nere. " FIRST METHODl8T,,CHU*eH West 2nd at Pine V. D. Keelev. Pastor 9:45 a.m Church School Toddy M. Jones will teach CcA tury Bible Class. ™ 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon by Pastor. 5:30 p.m. Intermediate MYF 5:30 p.m. Senior MYF 7 p.m. Evening Worship Films of European countries will be shown by Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Galloway. , Fellowship Service for all mem-4 bers will be held in the basementJ of the church at the close of thjB evening worship. . 1p Monday 3 p.m. All circles of the WSCS will meet at the church in a union service. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Circle 5 will meet in tho home of Mrs. Claude Tillery with Mrs. J. A. McLarty co-hostess All members are : urged'to attend this meeting and bring the "Wanda Staley" offering. Wednesday £• 1 7:30 p.m. Regular Weekly adult choir practice at the church. Would Give Low Income Boys Break WASHINGTON (UP) -I Rep Bryron G. Rogers (D-Colb.) said today he will introduce in the new Congress a bill designed -to give "lower income groups" a bretf on income taxes. ' * Rogers told a reporter his bill would exempt the first $1,000 of a person's income from federal income taxes. : The law now provides for a $600 exemption, Rogers said. This making ends meet with the Mgh cost of living." •; The House Ways and; Means Committee may consider i Rogers' •n , December S, 1952 HOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Ann Dodson will be hostess. v. Calendar Friday, December 5 • The Fidelis Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church will have their annual Christmas party Friday night, December 5, at 7:30 in the Sunday School room. Each member is u, bring an exchange gift not to exceed a dollar. Refreshments will be served. I 3*' The Hope Junior-Senior High School PTA will present its fourth annual Talent Program in the hi«h school auditorium Friday, December 5. at 8 p.m. The high school students will perform in entertaining skits, specialty acts, dances and musical numbers. The girls' glee club under the direction of Mrs. B. C .Hyatt will sing The public is invited. All mothers of Hope High School students are asked to send or bring to the school office by Friday, December 5, one or more "Gift Wrap • Pod" articles worth 25 cents or more. Please make and send your candy to the school cafeteria Friday noon for sale Friday night. •• Sunday, December 7 The Edith Thompson Bible Class will have dedication services Sunday, December 7, at !):45. All mem bers of this class are urged to attend. Monday, December 8 The annual Christmas p.irty of the Hinton Home Demonstration Club will be held Monday. December 8, at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Stella Adams. Every one is to bring a gift for the gift exchange. The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church will hold a dinner-meeting at Hotel Bar low on December 8 at 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 9 WSCS Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist Church will meet Tuesday, December !), at 7:30 p.m. at Ihe home of Mrs. Claude Tillery with Mrs. James McLarty, Jr., as co-hostess. This is the annual Christ mas party and all members are asked to bring their Wanda Staley offering and a gift not to exceed 75 cents for exchange. Tuesday, December 9 The Iris Garden Club will meet at 12:30 Tuesday at the Hope Coun try Club for a Christmas luncheon and party with Mrs. Cllne Franks as hostess. Mrs. A. A. Halbert and Mrs. E. O. Wingtteld as co-hostess es. Mrs. C. P. Tolleson will have charge of the program. Flower arrangements will be corsages' made by the members. Gifts will' be exchanged. Wayne and Monroe Win Local Movie Popularity Poll Wednesday, December 10 The regular monthly meeting of the executive committee of Brookwood PTA will be held Wednesday morning, December 10, at 10 i o'clock at the school. All members I are urged to attend. There will notj be a PTA meeting on this day because of Father's Night which will be held December 17. There will be a special meeting of the Garland Brownie Troop under the leadership of Mrs. J. W. Franks and Mrs. M. I. Dillard. at the home of Mrs. Dillard, HU8 South Pine, Tuesday afternoon, December 9, after school. Carolyn MOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE North Main Street O, M. Montgomery, Pastor 8:45 Sunday School Guy E. Basye, bupt. 10 Radio Bible Class. Broadcast over KXAR, O. M. Mont goinory, teacher. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sermon by the pastor 0:15 p.m. Junior and Senior Christ Ambassador Service, Bill Morton, president. 7:SO Ex.uiKelistic Service, Sermon by pastor Tuesday 7:15 p.m. Christian Service Bri gade. S. Z. Barwick and Demon Hush, leaders. Wednesday 7:30 Mid week Worship service Thursday 2:15 p.m. Ladies Prayer Service A welcome awaits you at all services. UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH South Elm Street Elder Howard White, Pattor Unity's Gospel Hour 8:25-8:55. over KXAR. 10 a.m. Junior Choir, Mrs. Howard White 10 a.m. Sunday School. A. Gilbert Supt. U Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. B. T. S. Jerry Kidd, President 7: SO EveainK 3 p.m. Refiular Ladies Aux. Mrs. Juim & Jordan, presiding 7 Willing Wo*fce« Auxiliary. Mrs. i* C, Keauedy Pre§, T p.m. Tetcbwr* pill next month in connection with other tax cut proposals.'The co*> miltee's GOP chairman, Rj-p. Daniel Reed of New York, al|o plans to introduce a bill that would advance to next June 30 thq 11 per cent cut in personal income taxes which is already scheduled to take place on Dec. 31, 1951 A large supply of licorice was found in the tomb of Ring Tut- Ankh-Amen's tomb when j it was opened in Egypt in 1923". ' M *SAENGER 2-FEATURES-2 ^^1.1^ VJL.|\ . TODAY & SATURDAY • • Robert Clarke • Mary Hatcher -- in ---- "Tales of Robin Hood " SAMS ONUS TRAIN CASE only *17.50 i" I, ¥•<*-' Chapter 9 of Serial "BLACK HAWK POPEYE COLOR CARTOON Sunday & Monday N<w...THEY'RE IN TOKYO! Those Riotous Cartoon Characters Are Back On the Screen —ana" Funnier Than Ever/ Back at thepront starring A UNIVEfiSAl-IHTf RrjAIlOfJAL PiCTUKE Tom EWELL • Harvey LEMBECK Mari BLANCHARD l J Strong enough to stand on! HIGHT PCOVfN -^^ . „,,_,;*« MTOI10 Small enough for her to carry., . Big enough to carry 52 travel neetl» A fabulous gift at a fantastically low price! Carries everything from a robe to a box of powder! 52 things! She'll be thrilled with the stunning colors, the huge mirror...the big removable cosmetic tray...the luxurious water-repellent lining...the generous pockets. And she can carry everything she needs for overnight or several nights! RIALTO * . Double Feature TODAY & TOMORROW • JOHNNY MACK BROWN "MASKED~RSDER" Patrick Knpwles • Rochelle Hudson in "Storm Over Bengal" Chapter 5 — "KING OF THE CONGO" 'CASPER THE GHOST" COLOR CARTOON Sun. - Mon. - Tues. SAMSONITfS b«tt«Mixj n .l»ott),, RnUk wip*» dtp* with « &*? cfett... CMMt in th«M fothioA-right fiolthti: Natural lavhid*, •tmude Qr**a. Ceforode Ikevii, AduiroJ (lv«, and 'it *» > 3, £-iwrcT' i ai l • • SELECTED SHORTS 'I Want to Be a SttSK* COLOR CARTOON "OPiRATION Thursday, December 11 Thu VF\V Post and Auxiliary will have their annual Christmas party anil potluck supper for members, their husbands or wives and guests Thursday, December 11, at'i 7 o'clock. Each member is asked I to bring one item of canned food for the needy family basket. Notice Through the 'courtesy of KXAR tho local Council of United Church Women'of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States will present each day dur ing the month of December "Thot- O-Grams" at 9:15 a.m. Circle No. 1 of WSCS Meets at Country Club Circle No. 1 of WCSS of the First Methodist Church met for their December meeting at the Hope Conn try Club with Mrs. R. T. Whito and Mrs. E. J. Whitman as hostesses. The club room was decorated with Christmas greenery and a lighted Christinas tree was placed in one corner. Mrs. R. L. Broach, leader, presided and conducted the business session. Minutes were rend and dues collected. Mrs. George New, born read the Christmas scripture 'as a prelude to the Christmas story j "Only Once a Year" given by'Mrs. j R. L. Broach. Mrs. R. T. White read parts of a letter from the missionary to Mexico, Miss Wanda Staley, after which a special Christmas offering was taken for her. At tho close of the program, the hostesses invited members to the tea table. Coffee, cake, and nuts were served to 16 members. Robert Mitchum , ft* Markets NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK ifl — Cotton futures turned irregular today. Fol- Imvlnjj curly sinntl declines, the markot moved up nbout SI n balr on Irade buying nnd short cover- inj; nnd then onsecl somewhat from the best levols on scattered hod s lit K. I.nto afternoon prices were IS cents n bale lower to 5 emits higher thnn the previous close. Doe. a-*.IOn March 34,81 nnd May 35.20 Letters to the Editor This is your newspaper Write .» it. utters ertttcUmg me nai- torinl policy or commenting upon -nets in the newsf columns, Are sunnily welcome. Kvery wruei .nust sign his mime ana unit- <ess but publication ot Tiny be withheld If Susan Hayward City Council PTA Has Meeting Wednesday The City Council PTA met Wednesday morning at the home of the president, Mrs. Jim McKenzic, After the business meeting the Founder's Day Meeting in February was planned and committees appointed. Each school will take some part in each Founder's Day meeting. The president also appointed a nominating committee to select City Council officers to serve for 1953-54. This committee will report in March. A resolution was passed commending the City Council for setting up a recreation commission. Alpha Delta Chapter Has Dinner-Meeting The Alpha Delta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society held a dinner-meeting at Hotel Barlow on December 1 at 7 p.m. The long table held as its centerpiece an arrangement of gold and red chrysanthemums in a low brass bowl flanked by fall red tapers in gold holders. Places were marked for twelve members. Christmas recordings funished a musical backgound during the dinner hour. Mrs. Joe Amour and Mrs. Frank Horn were in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Hamilton Hanegan, president, conducted a brief business meeting following the dinner. In the opinion of local movie fans Marilyn Monroe and John Wayne, _ _ are Hope's most popular Hollywood | . .._ j „ ] actress and actor. In second place I U M I O I U PI for the most popular actress is Lana Turner, followed by Susan Hayward, Jane Hussell. Uoris Day, Ann Blyth, June Ally.m>n. Betty Grable, Rita Hayworlh and Dale Evans. Movie fans voted for li3 different actresses during ihe lf> days of balloting at the Saeiwr Theater. A total of 2U71! vole* \\ere cast, and among these were voles for 78 different actors. The second place actor is Gene Aulry. who made a personal appearance at. Hope. Third place position went to Kobert Mitchurn, followed by Roy-Hogers. Tony Curtiss, Jeff Chandler, Kirk Douglas, Gregory Peck, Humphrey 13o- gart, and Rex Allen. Elclon Coif man, manager of Die Saenyer Theater said local results have been forwarded to the stale headquarters of the Independent Theater Owners of Arkansas whore i; statewide tabulation will be 1 made. The state winners will be I announced next week. 1'1'OA is trying lo determine the most popular Hollywood actor and actress in Arkansas in the opinion of movie fans. It*is the first such poll conducted in the history of motion pic-1 Pitals, lures and has already received na- lional recognition. The state winners will be invited to an Awards Presentation Dinner in Little Rock, and all profits from the dinner will go to the March of Dimes. Movie fans also voted fur one local boy and girl during the Popularity Poll. Barbara Huldeii and Jack White won first place in this contest. They will each receive personally autographed photos of the actor and aclress winning the slate Movie Poll. Their names have been forwarded to the state-wide contest, and Ihe winners of this event will win a free trip to the Awards Presentation Dinner and sit next to the stars. Second place went to Carolyn Long and Larry Martin, and they wil each receive one month'.', free pass lo the Si.enger Theater. Johnny Cox and Carol vn Cox, third place winners, will each receive one week's free pas;; to the Saenger. Continued from Page One from Tunis, near Hades on tin. Uni; of Tunis. 11 was punctured by mure than a do/.en bullets, French Residents General Jean De H:\uteclocciue left Paris immediately by plane when he learned of the assassination. Gen. Pierre Garbay, tough commander of the 23,000 French forces in Ihe protectorate immediately ordered the curfew. Jackson Resigns Texas Position Austin, Tex. (Ift Dr. George W. Jackson, one time superintendent of Arkansas Stale Hospital, has resigned as medical director of Texas State Hospitals, effective not later than Jan. IS. Dr. Jackson said he believed the division of responsibility between his office and that of Larry O. Cox, executive director of the hos- is bad. He said he would consider remaining if a satisfactory division could be worked out. Me said no ill feeling was involved. Dr. Jackson came here fiorn Ar- kajisas in January, 11)51. firldge Repair ST LOUIS LIVESTOCK Editor The Star; I urn tnklntf 01. uuuis LIVESTOCK this opportunity of wrltlntf voti NATIONAL, STOCK YARDS, 111. hoplntf that our "freedom of 'the U1 .... Ho K s 10,000; .active; uncvcnK | press" Is In t .tf cc t \ n Hope, since woiahts 180 bs up 10 to as, we have exhausted every possible lujjluM- than riiursd.i.v;.s average;! means of j,u;itin K a hrldue fixed hKhter woMUs steady to 2S hiKhjniul hnvo hud no luck so far, we er; sows steady to woak; choice*; hope that this letter will brine 1110-230 Ibs imsorltHl f,,,- jjnidel some results 18.86-17.10; latter paid fairly free-j This brldno (between our rnneh y by shippers and butchers most! and Hope) has boon In n deplorable &<i if Ch .', ) ! t i t !« N ° Sl ' " ml 2 lm 'i"»d unsafe condition tor the past 220 Ibs; 240-270 Ibs Ifl.a.VVS; tow.twn years, We hnvo rulnwl iwn at 1H.8S; small lots aao-300 Ms. tiros and a ,T,I sprlnu s 1, SbTbi 'n-£' '" " UKM ''aT lai ;[" u1th l'' i "«"-^tvvoek'ther, s i lb * I3 '^ ls - A 'i ""ws 400 lus luivo dune so much more dnmnuo down 3.0030; heavier sows 13.00-'Hint today we couldn't Ret n"ross H.i.0; boars I0.uoi3.oo. lit at all. When wo tri«-d „ . ^l. Cattle 1,000. calves 000; small Ihe front wheels of m,' ,„. ?"?, os and individual head comme,-: into .. a-foul hole, and tho car In i. and good yearlliiK steers and '<> In; pried and backed up ho.'U.rs M.uo-24.00: utility and com- Our son has to drive- over thi, •Moi-c.nl U.SIM7.BO; utility and eo,n>id«0 In order to catch tho school C.B.Hurle Morrilton imirclal cows 13.001S.OO; canners bus and last night he had to drive and cutters 10.50-13.00; bulls and- almost 50 miles out of Ins way in vealers steady; utility and com: order to K (H home ' " Mie.clal bulls 10,00-lll.nO; cutler Now 1 know that'ihlniM oro touah bulls 13.00-15.50; good lo prime! all over, but surely the"countv c2n veaiers 27.00-36.00; fow at 38.00;' spare the few t mbcM nnd mm utility and commercial 17.0020.00," " blieep -100; barely steady to 2f> or fiti lower market on lambs; i\noice and prime 22.0l.(<;* f ); jew !ugh choice and prime to packers 2300; good and choice 10.00-21.50; utility and good 10.00-20.0U; cull aivl .utility 12.00-15,00; cull to good ewes. In Britain an automobile light is -called a headlamp. head POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO Ml — Live poultry: Steady; receipts 1123 coops; F.O.U. paying prices hens 24.5-27; light hens 20-21; roasters 32-35; fryers or broilers :)ll.5-ll; old roosters til -I); .ducklings 30, Produce: Butter: 'UM,4-111 pounds. Market steady, 83 active Ii7!;, cents a pound; 92 score 07; !)() score (Hi; fin score 041/4; carlots: 1)0 score !>(>; III) score 05. Eggs: 11,1115 cases. Market weak. White largo extras 00-00,1) per cent A and over 47 cents a dozen; mixed large extras (10-09.I) per cent A and over 47; mediums H0-fil).9 per cent A and over 30; current receipts 40;' dirties 30; checks 33. hours necessary to make mis bridge safe and passable. Since the state uses this road as a detour when routu 24 is under construction between McCnskiil and Nashville, 1 HUOSS the county fuels they should do their share to maintain H, however that may be, In the- meantime, we aro caught In the middle and can't oven get to Uopo lo do our marketing. It Is time something was done and I hope that you know what, as wo don't. Sincerely, MRS. F, W. GHACHEK Dec. 4, l<),-)2 O/an, Ark, . ,5' .MORRtLtON (ft ~,6wui Hurley, 50, 4dttor andtlulti the weekly t Morrlltori f since 1029 died here lout fl hoart disease,! ' ^ President ot the Atknnsfrf Association Ih 1028^29, was <<o'qwn«r of the Pert Nows «t Pevryvltle and I Burgn County Democrat tOIY. *" fflfi' A nnllvc of Warren, Ar|M ley arnduatcd from WarrohV- 1 School nnd attended Pnrk "'" nt I'nrkvillo. Mo,, nnd tho r sity of MiaHouif',i He wns a ot World War I. Hurley bought the weoJtlv den Boneon-Herald following nrmy discharge In 1910 tfrt yenrs Inlcr founded the G Kvimlng MeWBi The News to tho C. US,' Palmer intor^i lt« wns n charter past president of tho uiry Club nnd, pnst the Morrjllton Rotary" Oil Chamber o( Cpaimoroe, He is survived by the Mrs. lone'Solf Hurley; a i. B. Hurley of Camden; & di Ml.is DorothJ' 'Hurley oti ton; throe brothers, Lawrofi Jiuues E, Hurley of Wnri Wnllucqi $. "Hurley of C nnd two ststcrB, • Mrs. J Grny of Bsthorvillc, In., W, D, Ttodday, Jr., of l-'unernl arrangements announced. ., ' , NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK, -iff! — The Stock Market snapped out of a quietly mixed ; -rut"-today Hind advanced moderately. Gains amounted to between 1 .'ind 2 points at the best with the large majority of changes in the smaller fractions. Railroads made by far the best showing of any of the major divisions. Sharks and barracuda, which are often dangerous when found In tho open ocean, seldom attack when they are fed regulary in captivity. Drew's Status Is in Doubt TUSCAI.OOSA, Ala, Wl - Altibama Iniquity Athk-lio inltlco hold nn Importnnt-looklns hucldli! yoslurdtiy, but members wouldn't say whether Conch Harold (Hod) Drew's contract wns disouyoiid. A cummltk'C' mombor said Prra- idi'iil .John M. Guluilue nnd tho Ki'oup constldcrr.'d arranyeinunts tor the Orunge Bowl KUITIO nt Miami Jan. 2, when Alabama meets Sy« rflcifprd". Ho declined further com- merit . and withheld use of his name. Tho meeliiiK eainu while rumors flow that the committee was con- sideriiiK Drew's contract us football coach, Tho nuroement expires Jan. 14, nnd some alumni have urjjod that it be renewed on a two-year basis, U Nil i; u Wnntcd Small nnd 3MS to 101 FAR HORACE E. Division Sell UE Phone-M HowToRell Bronchit Crcomulslon relieves promptly I „„ , |t fiocs into the bronchial jyi.__. a he I help loosen nnd expel gertn'K Com- phlegm nnd aid nature to s< hcnl raw, tender; Inflamed « membranes, Guaranteed to pu or money refunded. Creomuji stood the te.it of millions o( u| CREOMULSI nllivii Coughi, " k —' "-'•'- •^-~'" Th uuiiuler fish goes fishing for other fish with n rod and nrtifleull lure that grows out of his hood. | Alcoholii Anonymdf CITY DEC. 8th, 8 p. Prescott District of State Nurses Meet The Prescott District of the Arkansas Nurses Association met on luesday night at the Buchanan Clinic, Preseott. Miss Nancy Ramage and Mrs. Dorothea Funk gave a report of the State Nurses' Convention recently reld in Ft. Smith. They also gave an outline of the League of Nurses, newly organized in Arkan' sas. Its chief aim is to further* nursing education in the state. . A report on the plans for the medical center and collegiate School of Nursing to be built and organized in Little Rock was given by Mrs. Elizabeth Holt. This work will be done as soon as funds are available. Refreshments were served to 12 members. Those attending from Hope were Mrs. Gorge Wright. Mrs. Roger Clinton, Mrs. Maybelle MeLemore, and Mrs. Elmer Murph. Magnolia Man Named by Cherry LITTLE ROCK (Of)— Gov.-elect Francis Cherry has designated a Mi'.«nolia lawyer, J. C. Stevens, to head the Motor Fuel Tax Division of the State Re-venue Department. And Stevens has already started work in the job. | Stevens succeeded Ed Henry,! who resigned Nov. 30. Revenue Commissioner Curl F. Pancei said the Stevens' appointment was made with the approval ol McMath. yourself See why you can be sure you get the etel, you deserve here. See how y*v get mere Chevrolet ...pay less with our low prices. See for yourself... Theras JJQ .,_ CHEVROLET Valq^ ... (*-!„! man, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reeee, Valliant, Okla., Mrs. Dale Ross, Broken Bow, Okla., J. C. Malone, Idabel, Okla., Lester Malone, Tom, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arl Bailey of Brownwood, Tex. as, Mrs. George Steelc and child, Rising Star, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Stuart, Dierks, Miss Martha Ford Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Jirn Cowling and daughter, Bearden. Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Butler ot Shreveport, Miss Mary Margaret Haynes, Washington, Key. Stingley, Hev. Zurnwalt, Blevins, Rev. Samuels, DeAnn, A. J. Butler, Big Springs, Texas. L-ommg and boing Mrs. Graydon Anthony and child ren, Rebecca, Graydon. Jr.. and! Johnny, will leave this afternoon for Little Rock where they will be I the guests of Mrs. Anthony's sis-! ter, Mrs. O. G. Wren. They will attend "South Pacific" tonight. Out of town friends and relatives who attended the funeral of J T Butler Friday were: R, W. Butler! Charles Butler. Glen D. Bailey of Harrisbujrf, Mr. aod Mrs. Qarland ¥oun|, Hfo. ao4 j|rf. MateoJnj Ma- Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. John Gibson of Hope, Miss Cherry Beth Warren, Patmos. Miss Verna Mae Hollis, | Patmos. Julia Chester Admitted: Marilyn Clark, Hope, Mrs. Rosa Garner, Hope. Kt. 1,. L. C. Hinton, Rt 1. Hope, Mrs. Joe Binghain. Blevins, Mrs. Billy Joe Butler. Rt. 1, Hope, Mrs- L. L, Wat$on, Hope, Bobby Troiit, Hope, and Mrs. Jo« gingham- ol wppungf tfee arrival of LOWEST P8ICEO IN ITS FIHOI Thii twoullful SlyUlln. D. luf« 4-Oe« Man Utll f« l.u Itnn any tompaioWf rao4«l la lit n«ld, (Caoiiwotiwi al Handout tavlpmmt and Him illuiliolid li tttpttxl.nl en onilabilllr of maltiial.l SIE WHAT YOU GAIN WITH THESE EXCLUSIVE CHEVROLET FEATURES SEE WHAT YOU SAVE WITH THI CHEVRO More Powerful V8lye*ifl-Read Eng«w with PowergJide Automate Transmit sion (optional on De Luxe aiodels at • Body by Fishct • poise around, its

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