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IfAft, Friday, D«cemb€r 12, o roundup of 6t>t latt Pundny w«r* cipturtd near Le«nn- W*4naM«r nl|ttt follow- hlllt EhM» by MtMourl Rnndoll »i uny- 0»t«n vfnoe Sunday nt M> **t out on the Hut of tt»inn »hot. bnbly would hnve been all the farmom around eir fUn* cocked nmi Movie of the .WMk, "Mutiny," Rialto Theater, Sun., Mon. and Tues. Markets in M(«iourl woro 23, at Kobe, Miller, 2;t, ...... <|p»t;rlhntl a* thft molt d**pfrrnlb of the Ifyln M«S«, W, J»tld nichnrd Wil- nt, 51, wcra tnken by Arkanon* within 84 hourn oftnr Ducket, 84, Negro of Ken- Ark,, wns recaptured horis ii: il« dafltl»»ii would bo , r . to (#t>«non todey (o brlnn nrfrt and Minor. Tho »ve b»MB hold Irt the Jrtll. itt Moot- lot Springs IH and Arkfiniui Ttm will «<md inviu ST. LOUI8 LIVESTOCK KT. LOUIS NATJONAI, STOCK- YAIIDS, 111, 'UP) — hlvMtock: Iloi}« 11, (XX); modnrdltily nellve; bnriown nnd glltft Ntondy to Ifi lower; no churiifc <MI 170 )b* nnd from lift to right the pleturet ihow — 1. Murk 8t«ven« *• ouptalh of th« gold ihlp runnlnq the Brltlth blocked* in the W«r of 1BI2. 3. Q«nt Evan*, l«'«der of the ruggtd gun crew, lenrni about th« turya, 3. Tht mutlntcrt rli« and put th« captain nnd hit friends In Iron*. 4, AngtlA Udnibury, greedy bUuty, who helped get the gold •nd thin ooniplrcd agAlntt the c«pt«ln. B, Picked Up by unothar ihip, Stevtni goes In purtuit of hi* itolen ihlp. State Dept. <lown; «own lowrtr; chuioo IRQ.! Did imsorlod If). Vn- 17, 10; cholcu No. I nnd Nn. 2, 100-215! ibs 17.1,1; !Z-IO-!m> HIM SBD-MO ibd i.i,so-is.vi; aoo-riM m» M.7Mft.2.i: ino-nn u>* iri.rio-t7.ou; 180-HO Ibit JlUlilfUm. few at IS,2ft; sown 400 Ibn down U,00- M.7JI; heavier t'<ws I2.o0-ia.ft0; •bourn 0.00-II,M, Cattle 1.0(1(1; niilvpn flflfl. TrndlnK PRESCOTT Mn. Lsroy Phillip* Hottcit to Clrcla 1 of WMU Mm. I.oroy Phillips was Iwntc.ns to Circle ono of tho WMU of the Find n apt In I Church at her home *!aw and ubout «»«dy; odd head "" MonUny oftornoon. mid n fow to 1ot« comrnorclal! and hotter* 17,500- three children are nt home In th( i (ipiitmenl of Mr». (Jil Buchanan on Stist Minn St. Mr. and Mm. Clorke White mo tored to I.Idle Rock Monday for the day. .,.,.„ Mrs. Richard .lohnr.on and John- commercial. TOWN l3.MM4.flOj crm- ««-'<"|l<>n Mr«. Jack Coopflr nd the ny Jot , , um . n , Ult . ru , ( , lo tl)( . ir m«r» ami cuitern 0.80-12,60: utility * t . l(t| J'°" 'Ihcl.lfc of Christ Krorn hom( , ln (!nirul j,,..,,,.,,, T( , X , 1< . and ROmmwIiil tftilla 18.50-111.00; "Irth to Ministry. Mrs. i.nopi-r uftt ,,. „ vls)ll w|lh Mr (1|u , M ' cutlur bulls 1.1.r/0-IS.OO; good to voiced thn closing prayer, The Vucl chamberlain. prime vtmlers JIUWJ-Hft.OO; odd «««»«»» sorvcd cake and co*f«e. to! howl to !I7.()(); utility and com-.' 0 the 'sight membo.rs during the 1 inorclal 14.00, , 24,00; utility III.W)- 1,1,01); Ujlllty and '"<' tl Tln» chairman, Mm. Watson Jr., Ktivu the dovotlonnl mid! After tho bliPlnenri! 10,00-24.00; culls 12.00- Huclnl h(!Ur Kris."*. »;»r;;.;ri,,«,, ed include Mornptiln 400; Inmh ttatlliiH moatly Court Has Continued from Pago One :uul luu; contributed 500 million doll [ i!; to it Bine/' 1040. j \Vilry it Diving as a U. S. dele; •;atc tu the U. N. Assembly, but- iu- i niphasl/i'cl (lint he spoke only! .i-i :i M-nator. The American cleli.'i •.MiioM to tho U. N. was taken! ,i.:,ci! t.y Wiley's blast and had; i rnililiu'llt. | The Wisconsin Republican all t.i- ;-..-ii current, arrangements on sc rm-.ty between the State Depart 1 n i n! and the U. N. as "hopelessly! Hi.":.! -qiiate." j He siiiil U. N. Secretary General! Tryi'.vi' Lie liad a "clearer eon 1 rri.'iion" of the problem than some' ,:-:i;\te Department officials. He illumed Washington officials for; civini; Lie inadequate information j mi nliieli to acl against American! employes with allegedly subvert H. S. Assistant Secretary of State j ' .Iriiui Hickcrson told the McCarrani . Seinte internal security subcom | , inittee Wednesday that the Statoi Department had supplied Lie with' Young Girl in Two Wrecks, Father Dies ARKADF.LPHIA W — Slx- yonr-old Shirley Ann Brad siiaw was involved in two acci dents near hero last night. In one of them, Atlas Bradshaw, her father, was killed. Tho second mishap occurred while a motorist. Lloyd Wagner of Arkadolphia, was taking the injured Shirley to a hospital ho.ro. t Stale Police said Wagner's car hit the shoulder of the road and overturned within a mile ol the first accident. Wagner was unhurt. Shirley's father was killed in a 2-truck collision two miles south of here on Highway 07. The driver of the other truck, Estos Partridge, escaped injury. Hospital attendants said Shir- Icy Ann was suffering from severe cuts and bruises but would recover. Wainwright Relives Days of Surrender NEW YORK (/Pi — Gen. Johnathan M. Wainrlght' relived thjk tragic days of his surrender of the Philippines in World War II today in U. S. District Court In testimony as a defense witness for accused traitor John David Provoo. His brisk voice breaking at tiir.es, the gunnt hero of the siege of Crirregirtor gave an hour-by- hour account of the "grim ordeal" that decided him to surrender to the Japanese on May 6, 1942. Asked about the moracle of his hungry and attack-weary men, S Wainwright said, "I saw no evi- 1 deuce of cowardice, but after such ! an ordeal, a man can't stand any more." retired 89-year-old general who^* fought the battle of Bataan until the bitter surrender of his beleaguered troops on the island fortress of Corregldor In May, 1942. Defense Counsel George Plotkin said Wainwright would testify he was not aw-arc of any treasonous acts by £rov..o. 32, who had served on the general's staff as 'an Interpreter. Provoo faces a 12-count treason indictment charging he aid cd the Japanese while a prisonertJ of war. The government rested its case against Provoo yesterday as the trial neared the end of its seventh week. Less than half of the more than 100 persons on the prosecu- • lion's orginial list of witnesses ac lually were called to testify. Much of the food of oysters is microscopic plants and animals. NKW YORK, (UP) — Gen. Jon- nlhpu Wainwrighl, hero of the siege of C.'orrefiidor in the grim early days of World War II, takes the witness chair in U. S. District Court loday to testify in defense (jf a former Army sergeant accused of betrayiiiK his country. The defense in the treason trial of ,Iohn David Provoo will open its case with testimony from the RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUCH Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phtegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed broachial membranes. Guaranteed to please you or moaey refunded. Creomulsion has stood the test of millions of users. , CREOMULSION itllcvii Cou«hi, Ch«t Colds, Acute BronchiHi FOR CHRISTMAS ,ulv-(-i-!ie information on about '10 tho spokesman said, were Continued from mi-lit", which Page Ono ; be Inter ' - BUnutnltt Tin* Biuft, Me" 1| *n4 Hot Bprlnss, th* »f be d WMU Circle 2 Meet* In wU'iidy; few Home of Mr». W. P, Pr«scott mid prime Seven mcmberH of Cirnlc z of "'"'"'"• which ought to (Oml to prlm« WMU of the First Baptist Church * >0 * 1 '" '" llu ' light of ehnngin;; that Ilickerson's statomcnt impliec :,00.»0.00: tittle over 20.00 met on Monday afternoon In the tfllllt ' s ; M(( ' '"UKgested lhai a dif- ihat ho had failed to act when "••"-- might make nil- presented with definite evidence , , , , . , ... . , American I.J. N. employes but thnf chnw>l1 on th , c , bnsis v,° f lhc "' -Jf b l of then, still wen- Employed by j ! ' c ™(™ >y ..™™*° C °'™^ !!,«• I'. N, Lie employ was reported to feel (lUltly H , 0 o.i7,oo; |100 dowr» to 11,00; eul) to good ow«» -i.oo-n.ao. of Mm, W. P. Pr.-st-ott for culi«:uu» i«.-«ul«r meeting, fm>nt and Jiot on unfavorable comments j mode liy the State Department, j A U. N. source said 19 persons 1 have been fired for refusing to an. ,„ with« follow}^ do»crlbod territory; f t, -lOFfl, 10FO and all that portion ol ll iMt pi North er^y Whtii tftid vttroV* thai iprovement tuktrlct Uo territory, all W- tho to it 8b<t«onth Strc«t from it (jojmdfjry tine qf South W ilmtng the , ctmitltutu two^thlrcli tn val- ktl propartyt .'«tt ownovs of Urrltory upon tho NEW YORK ftTOCKS N1SW YOHK M -Hnllronds on- cnurnurd nn upward Irmul In tho Block mnrkrl todny ufler u two- tiny decline. Tho lint Hpi'pod over a ranije of nrountl u point lower to two point i hlfiher. Ovilns up with the carrier* wore fltct-U, motors, motion plclurcy, and building mnterliila. Mm, Loyce Anderson opened HIM meeting with prayer after which the chairman, Mrs. Thomas Ilu- chiuiHH, cunductad thu buslneua. Mrs. Prod Wblto led the lilble -as nn. ..^.nsi American employes by the swcr ^'"^ committee questlons.i and a total of 29 separated from. U. N. employment in one way or; ^ another for security reasons. Ho'*lj» constitutional ln> 1052 what wa so In former years. ; VJ . s . government. The key to the four state eases; '[he U. N. authorized a state is the moaning of tin- 14th amen I- mont by a spokesman yeesterday U * that the adverse informal POULTRY AND PRODUCE CH.ICAQO W1 — Live poultry: noiitly Dteiuly; icci-ipts 770 coopn; f.o.b, paying prlc«« ««pt on efint n pound or broiler* to ono lower; heavy to the Constitution, which saying guarantees to alt citi/ens " th,- tmn v equal protection of the lawn." Tlie an ,| amendment was passed by ("on-written information for the record greys in IHOd to establish the rlglu.; ,„- definite evidence of subversive of NogroeM recently freed f,-,,,., cunnectiou;. which would warrant slavery and t., wipe out the e(- ,i,.j n ,, ; , Secretariat member. fectH of Hie court's famous) Dreil Those whom Lie has discharged, Scott decision of 111.77. There it was! .. helil that a Negro was not a cltl-| siring of court victories for No- 7en. \ crocs, put it differently. nimtlst Church was Ani«rfiitu.ii iiu I John W ' Dnvls . 70 - veteran Con-! "What is best for tho majority | a jiiipuii v-nurcn wa? enioininui uy sUU , Uoiull \ uwyuv wlui ,i.-liveivdi is a mutter of legislative policy," I charge that there was widespread the key argument for the states,! he conceded. "The rights of mi- disloyalty among American em iui»t, ni». m ,>,«i.«.,.. ^. , contended that the framers of the : norities must bo protected by the; ployes of lhe U. N. The meeC wn. ^neTwUh 1 1 ' lth ••""•'H«'»"'»l ""vr inlended to 5 courts." I Wiley said he had repeatedly ar ...... "I* l "?... Wn . 8 ,,,.?! )<l " Ca ...^,"'! interfere so nidicallv with local The District of Columbia case! gued with high Stale Department study from The mooting Wns ndjoiiriiod wit prnyer by Mr». Wesley Llndscy A dnlnty dcsiuft courso was aor- veil by the hoHtt'ss, WMU Circle 3 Entertained By Mn. Dutchl* Bright Circle 9 of the WMU Of the First Mrs. Outchle Bright Monday afternoon at her home an Went Main said there have been no securily ; ••""•"•• """"""i firings of non-Americana. .vas mere y delivered orally: , , . , b.-il he had never received 1 Tlu-rc are "about a dozen cases" of alleged subversives slill under consideration, ho said, and Lie has asked the Slale Department for definite evidence rather than a lew words of "adverse comment" against them. Lie lias also asked the U. S. gov eminent for the evidence on which federal grand jury based its prayer by Mrs. Wllbyrn Willis, i Ed Ilnnloy, chairman, hart Huht lu-nrt 20>21i inustm-si chnfjje of tho business and «nvo tho 32-38;' try ecu 'or broilers !17,fl-3H;| oftcrnooM 1 * devotional talk. lOjlci-H 19-30; duckllnjrs HO. Steady; receipts 684,420; buying prlceg ed; 03 score A A 07; l)2A 60.701 IK)! B 09.98; ill) C 64,»o; Cars; 00 8 08,78; 88 C OS, EHKS firm I'oeelptd fi.MH; wliole- 8Ulo buylnit pi'lcos unchnngod to 1 cenU u tloxon ' hlHher; U, S, lBV«0 Whites 47, mlxod 4(1.5; U.S. medium* 41 j current receipts 37; SO; chocks ;w, .«gqlNot|ct of Ian Q,* Brewer r In thU court w»d tniwor the PUlntltt, OH>v«. »na U»» ml ol at NRW YORK COTTON NEW YOBK. WR •- Cotton Mures devolopod un lrrenulnr pattern to- tiny, Followinu early utoBdinos*, tho inai'kttt turned lower on profit ttyKinil and hedging- After the nearby December contract oxplrcd thu mnrket dttvcJopvd renewed weak- noes lod by soiling of uboul 10.TOO hale* of noiu'by Mor«h HIU! May combined, ' Liittv uftempoa prices wore 48 emm H InUu lower to 18 cent* ht«h- $? tluut tho provkni» closu. March M.10, May 84.03 and July 84.75. self-government Ftremtth nnd fiber system. th«> l»e Ufe of JMUS Mlfsionwry." »» attorney who hns won "the very'differs from the others because it officials to make lhe information of our fedi-nil cnneerns Federal instead of stale| available to Lie bill said he had law. The Negroes rely on the fifth: had no luck. no reason to reverse amendment which says "no cili- "I regret lo say that the de n f !K) years," lie s;Ui!.. ; /.on shall be deprived of life, lib- partment's attitude appears to be ACT erty, or property without duo pro- one of willful blindness to the real- lung cess of law." lilies," he declared. • Regular $119.95 BEDROOM You Save $30.00 Now .... Reqular $169.95 BEDROOM You Save $33.45 Now Regular $189.95 Solid Hardwood BEDROOM You Save * $25.00 Now .... Regular 189.502 Piece STUDIO You Save $25.00 Now . . . . , .95 164.50 FURN. (0. 111 W. Division Phone 7-6621 QRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO w - drui^g noia io Wt <o\- tlu'i>u«htiut most of tho xviislon on Uio ' ' of ' 1'radt) today, nl thounh rollylnK Unvurd Vhu clos At one time Ueceuibro and March whont broke to now town in nctlvtt do|tUiut»> Thoi'fi soomwl to bu some Isadora t»t tin; on new* that Uvltish gammon- vyould itt i\»tlotvs had agreed on which) It made offvetlvc, imports at American to I3.0K Light *h,luulu« dei»*nd or c«»h 8 \wt*\; law- corn, \if«r (o ryu corn vuxuftne to cember »1,MH. oats r, Dpctmbtv to 'lower, I1.93V4, soyboini low- V#»»t higher, Tlic next tneptlni; will bn In th* homo of Mrs, j. D, Mines on Jnn. ia. During the social hour tho hostess cevved fruit cuku and pptfeo Mn, Thelt H»nnlna Hoitets To W M y Circle No. 4 Mrs. Tholl llnnnliiK was hostesM to Circle 4 of the WMU of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday nftornoon with nine n\«»>- ber» and ono vUltor pruso^t. tho chftlrnfan, Mr». Clifford 'Fei- gvison. opiuusU the meeting with prayer. Mva. Roy Stulnton, gavi< tho devotional talk, After u ui'k'f buslnesa meetlnc MI-H, Hurrcll llinoa led thu stvuly on "Ti\e Life o( Josvis un4 11 13 Misslonnry Work." Tito hontuis scrvoii a duloctubki inlad cuurso and cotfcu. Womnn'n Federation Hat Monthly Meeting The Woman's Feu>ratlon of the First Presaytorttm* Church met on Monday afternoon in, Uie McRaa Mcmbrial room with thirteen mem bers present. Mrs. Cni'l Dalrympic presided nnd upeiiod tho irteetinu wlUi a devotional talk and led In prayer. She also conducted Dm business period. An Interesting study on 'V«ho the Business Man Who> Proved Stewardship," was given by Mrs. Wallace Pembertort. The meeting adjourned with the Mitpah benediction, NOW ON DISPLAY -TIIE BEAUTIFUL Non«. No. 5, January S i, l.M-M; N?. S, 8»ado 1.51*61; Oats: nono. .M-«l; hun> Forty-two member* of the Fim 9«pti»t Church nttftnd*d an Asia- cintlqnul Trablng Unir.n R B Uy In MUehell Hall, Omchlt« Cc41cge, Ar , on Monday evening. ** t v-*is»» \ December 19S2 > ^ Jft ' • * Y A HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. P. M. «CaIendar Friday, December 12 have their annual Christmas par- ! ty Friday night, December 19. nt 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Thomas: Paisley Brownie Troop will hnvCjB. Fenvvick, Jr., 217 East 14th St. their Chrismas party at tho Little HoUse after school Friday after- Mrs. Henry Fenwick and Mrs. Paul Bain will be co-hostesses. Gifts tloon, December 12, instead of j \vill be exchanged Thursday afternoon as originally] Scheduled. Mothers are invited to -"'attend. The Camellia Garden Club will The Dahlia Garden Club will have their Christmas luncheon at 12:30 at the home of Mrs. B. F. ! Johnson, 40!) East 2nd, Friday, Meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock} December 10. Mrs. J. C. Carlton. 2Y th^c home of Mrs. Steve Atkins I Miss Lulie Allen, and Mrs. Bev- witlv; Mrs. L. C. Cook nnd Mrs. ! e rly Johnson, Jr., will be co-hosl- A. B,. Tollctt as co-hostesses. Mem 'esses. Members are asked to bring bers/vOiring gifts unwrapped for, a yift for tho tree. auction. Mrs. J. C. Carllon's piano class! will have a Christmas dinner at the Barlow Hotel Friday \-i, and Dr. L. T. Lawrence Guest Speaker at DAR Luncheon . The John Cain Chapter of Daugh tngnt, I t prs O f American Revolution met ,. , " l >r °8 ram al :|for luncheon at Hotel Barlosv De- Sevenleen members °f; ccmbcr H,. 1852. will appear on the pro- Tho , ong tab|e hcW a ce|1 ,^.. _____ I piece of three huge cedar wreaths Saturday, Member 13 | £«£ '^^^^ The Melody Maids will meet Sat-. marked wilh clover Christmas cor urday morning at 10 o'clock at the sages, red nut cups filled with home of Joyce Huckabee for their Christmas party. All members are j place cards. cups candies and nuts, and Santa Claus DOROTHY DIX Facts of Lf/e For the Rirl on a Winter vacation, these separates by Nelly tic Grab make the starting point for a seaside wardrobe. Mock linen (left) in pale beige lias graceful allover fern print in deep blue. Top has neck with high scoop in front, low scoop in back. Polished, embossed cotton makes halter top of raspberry pink (center) worn with very Evangelist Entertains Students full, liiihlwciehl seersucker skirl dolled with pink polku dots, Hosy red tissue woifiht cntlon is used (riuht) for four-square top and full skirt. Dots are of patent leather and are baked on so that fabric is completely washable. Oilier fabrics shown hero will take to suds, too, mid will iron easily. e . ., ..,...»••• ,*.a *L *•,. i requested to bring a tree. gift for the Sunday, December 14 Jhc Fidelis Sunday School Class iffthc First Methodist Church will j| have as jjuest speaker, Mrs. R. E. Jackson, Sunday, December 14. ?.;i Mrs. Jackson present the Mrs. Dick Watkins, regent, open ed the meeting by leading the reading of tho ritual and the singing of the National Anthem. Mrs. J, J. Battle, program chair man, road a resolution recording the deaths of two faithful members,, Mrs. Mary Calls and Mrs Mac Holt. She introduced the guest Christmas story, "Perilous Sane-j speaker, Dr. L. T. Lawrence,' pas tuary" and the devotional will be j tor of the First Presbyterian Chur given by Mrs. Howard Byer.s, Mrs. cn . The theme of Dr. Lawrence's . ,\4 . - - — „•---• •-• v-*i. .1 i ti. tin-i i iv, \ji. is i , .LJu v\ i i:11*. v_ r* i^ Claiidc Tillcry will give the dis- message was "Faith, Especially missial prayer. Monday, December 15 Anieriean Legion Auxiliary will c. their annual Christmas party- meeting Monday night, December IS. '"nt 7:30 at the home of Mrs E. O. Wingfield. Mrs. R. E. Jackson will tell an unusual Christmas story. Gifts will be exchanged. All members are urged tu attend. in the God Given Destiny of Thes United States." He said, "We can face the future as long as we keep living in our hearts the vital faith in God." The meeting closed with the group singing "Silent Night, Holy Night." Guests at the meeting were, Bland Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, Mrs. II. C. Whilworth, Mrs. A. K. Slusser, Mrs. McRae Andrews, and Mrs. ,1 A. May of Lewisville. Hotstosses for the luncheon were Mrs. Finley Ward, Mrs. Roy Alli- Monday night, December la, alfson, and Mrs. H. L. Searcy.. Jan•JO at the home of Mrs. Cecil j nary hostesses will be Mrs. Paul 'Stecn. I Klipsch, Mrs. Sidney Hoffman, and Th-» Kathleen Mallury Circle ''of tho First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday, December 16 The Golden Circle Sunday School Class- of the First Baptist Church will- have their annual Christmas party at the church Tuesday night, December'16, at 7:30 Gifts will bo exchanged. Garland Brownie Troop will have theS-'-Christmas party at the homo ct?Ma;s. j; W. Franks, 1018 South 16, Mrs. Charles A. Hayncs. Green Thumb Junior Garden Club Meets The Green Thumb Junior don Club of Paisley School met December 9 with the president, Julia Pock, presiding. The meeting opened with tho singing of the theme song, "Mockingbird Hill." Minutes were road by Jo Carolyn Lewis. Mrs. Perkins, sponsor, taught tho children how to make ornaments for Christmas trees. Birds that they had soon were reported on. Cookies made by members of Wednesday, December 17 the Wisteria and Daffodil arden The Wisteria tiarden Club will I tho Wistei'ia and Daffodil Garden Elm. Tuesday, December 4 o'clock. Members bring at. Rift for .the tree. Mothers are invite* to attend. Penny Franks and Brenda Carol Dillard will be hostesoss. have their Christmas party Wed., nesday, December 17, at the homo '-': of Mrs. Olin Purtell witu Mrs. Pod .: lagers as co-hostess. Each mem- |j beV is asked to bring a gift for ?* tho tree. A prize will be given lor if the most unique wrapped package. out. Friday, December 19 Tho Nandina Garden Club will -Garland PTA Has Meeting Wednesday Garland PTA met Wednesday afternoon in the school auditorium at 3 o'clock. The following program was presented by tho pupils: Songs: "Santa Claus Is Coming Eddie,' Martin, currently conducting a revival at the First Baptist Church, presented an unusual program to both junior and senior high student bodies this week. The young evangelist captivated the youth with slight of hand magic and his personality. He told the students that, "I used to think if you become a Christian you would be a big sissy. I've lenrnecl that is all wronn. It takes a real man to live the Christian life. The happiest people in the world are us Christian people." The revival will continue through Sunday night. attractive candle, which could be used a.-; .1 (.'hristmas decoration or gift. Mrs. Clyde lluckahcc silggesled that, the club miilt a quilt for the Crippled I'hildren's Home. Mrs Becky lluckabee donated a quilt top anil the club will quill it at its next meeting at the home of Mrs. I-:. II. livers. Mrs. Clyde lluekabee received the surprise- package. Refreshments were served by tho hostes. 1 ;. Victory The annual Christmas parly of the Victory Home Demonstration Club was held \\ednedsay, December H. at the home of Mrs. Cecil Smith with K! members and 1 visitor attending. Mrs. Win. Sciio- oley, president, was in charge. Christmas carols were sung by the group. A ehrislmas story "Let Us Keep (.'hristmas" was read by Mrs. Selinoley. dames were led by Mrs. Horace Alford. During a short business meeting Mrs. K;iy Allen presented the club a check for $-l.l!f) for the 17 members who attended lhe Iro/.en food demonstration held recently at the Allen Kleclrie Co. The trift garment was won by Mrs. Jack Sump ter. H was voted to open the "rainy day" bag and the birthday bank on January ti when the club will meet with Mrs. John l.loyd. Gifts were exchanged and Mrs. Lorraine Blaekwood was given a piece of silver by the club members. Heber Springs Has Dial Service LITTLE ROCK (.-11 — Tlobe Springs telephone patrons today arc using dial service despite attempts by seven residents to retain Iho ancient hand .crank system. Soulbwcstcrn Bell Telephone Co. yeslerday "cut over" its exchange to the new service. A temporary injunction against tin- action hail been issued the residents by Cleburne Connly .ludgt J. C. May and an application for a permanent injunction Penr Miss DIx: Wo hnvo many small children in our neighborhood, boys nnd girls, nnd we par- "ntst haw recently been presented with quite n problem, A doctor and his wife have moved to our block. They have small children, tho oldest n Rirl of four. The moth or has taught the child the facts of lift 1 , nnd tho youngster seems to got quite a kick from imparting this knowledge to other child- n n. Most of us parents fool that •nir youngsters iiro too yoiing to he us fully nwnro of sex ns this child Is. B. D, O. Answer: From some of the tacts outlined In your lotlor, which 1 I. live shortened, 1 most certainly agree that- the now liltlo neighbor has boon too woll informed. This Is a trend that many overly conscientious parents take. They avo so afraid that their children will acquire information olsevvhero Ihfit they luiston in Impart knowledge much too soon. Four la Too Young Of course, since children differ widely, ench parent must make the decision of lime for himselt, hut four Is nn absurdly young ago to be ontrustod with detailed information, Surely a watchful moth or, especially one who has earned the confidence of her children, will ronl'r/.o tho proper Umo to Instruct her young, nnd will be able to glvo lust the amount of Information noc tissary wlllunil becoming too factual. Sex Is one of the grant mysteries of lite.; such of Its revelations as pass between parents and chlk: ren should be dellealcly and ten ilorly hiuulled. Never, never shoulc a pnronl atlompt to cram tho on tire story of life's origin Into a sin gle session, which Is apparently what Mrs. Doctor has done will hoi child. From simple beginnings evoked usually from a pcrtlnen the right road, t enn recomf some tine booklets and booRa you. The list Is yours for n slur 1 nd, self-addressed cnveloye, Dear Miss Olx! For some have boon keeping company . n widower. He has two daughters who are, It scorns to telling Ihclr father what he cart cannot do. Now they arc him he Is not to sec me any and nppnronlly he Is following structlons, This hns left me hearted, ns I nm very much vlth hlnj nnrt he- scorned to thiW ia lot of me. The girls' only " "'' "'* on to me Is that they don' > see another woman In their mother's place. H; I.-" Answer: 1C you care, enough;! he man, I mlvise you to play vailing »nmo. There's nothing an dfo to force hla hand, buti uvwfpta title time should resolve the dlilfkjfc ully. At the moment, he Is rJfilxi'-St and "Jingle Bells" to Town," 1st grade. Song: "Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer" — 2nd grade. Choral Reading: Luke 2:8-14 — 3rd grade. Christmas .Choir: — 4lh grade. Play: "First Noel" — 5th and Cth grades. Mrs. Dcwey Raber, president, presided over the business session. In the room count Mrs. Tom Hays' room won the dollar. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. John Wallace in the absence of the sec/clary. Mrs. Joe Jones' read the president's message. The 1 president urged everyone to buy Christmas seals. * SAENGER DOUBLE FEATURE SHRUinEE upRisincT TODAY AND SATURDAY DESERT PliUnQERERS in a deadly adventure! A GENERAL MOTORS MASTERPIECE! Mr, and Mr*. Floyd Hubbard hav« been the recent guest* ot Ml?* Thflmti Bruce nnd Mr. and Mr*. Tip Harris tn Uttlc Rock. M ""• SO.00-31,00; red clover ij.00-JS.50; 8S.O-30.0, Soybeans: Paraqould Buys UHlltv Syst«m§ PARAOOULD W — Tho City of prontw ol the Missouri UUliUei fringe area fwr t34Q.< ItlACMUon, wbicb . WM vut (A QM USA. PWfw Utt»« Rock. M _ ,.. Atki ,. B , r< . MM- Vtlllt Atkins ftf* ** *»fr 4*VlhUr. Mr«, aad temlly in Or, und Mrs. Jumes H- Steven- ion und, children u' Uulo {lock have been ioe guests ot Mr. und Mrs. WtUoti Buchanan- Boxer Smith pf M»«noha the Monday weniuf Ijuest ol Mr *nd Mr*. J. H. BemU. * COMPLETELY XKW •>DVAL>ST*BAK > * it NEW LONGER W11EELHASE -k LONCEB, LOVRUIlll* *«O»U1» BODIES it NEW ONE-PIECE WI.M»SIUBLD-WHAP-A»OUN» IIBAB WINIIOW it NEW POWER STEBIIINti* * SPECTACVLAB NEW^OVEH-AIX PERFOHBIANCE f«« 90UA* TOW CAN7 »i*T 4 *ONfMf I We teal very proud today. For we have tn our showrooms a motor car masterpiece—the great new 1953 Dual-Streak PontUc, a great new beauty, a great new performer and a great new value. This newest and »ue»t of ( Poutlac« is completely new in «t> ling inside and out. It has a longer wheel base, more leg room, mor« hat room, more hip room. This new Pon tiac give* you spectacular Dual-Range * performance. And now, for the flrst time, you can aTePonriac Power Steeringasagtlonalequlpmertt.* We do more than |nr)te yoWi we urge you to come in and »ee this great General Motor* value, the 1953 Dual-Streak Pofttfac. Vp« have never Men « car so wonderful 9ft anywhere DMT it* price! HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO. 319 5, Walnut Phone 417 itarrlng JON HALL CHRISTINE LARSON AYNE MOIIIS • VIRGINIA GREY 10 OF SERIAU, "THE BLACK HAWK" COLOR CARTOON Sunday & Monday PLUNDERING MARAUDER OF THE HIGH SEAS I .-.lYUAJTO* ALSO: NEWS and COLOR CARTOON RIALTO • TODAY & SATURDAY • Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Durham and Mrs Jack Yeager and sou, Handy, of Los Angolus, Calif., were Tuesday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Conner. Mrs. D; D. Goode of Magnolia will be the overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Slusser Friday ^ INDOCHINA ': John ARCHER • Dou 9 | 0 $ DICK • wiliis ROBERT PAIGE LEO CARILLO "FRONTIER BADMAN" Chap. 6, 'King of the Congo' Popeye Color Cartoon SUN. - MON. - TUES. Joe McDooks Comedy * Color Cartoon • Sweet Home Sweet Home HD Club had a spcj cial meetinj.; December II at the homo of Mrs. C. A. Philips. New officers elected were .(Tie following: President, Mrs. W. T. Yarborry; vicc-presidenl. Mrs. Hazel Cummings; secretary, Mrs. Carl Brown; reporter, Mrs. Will Campbell. Mrs. W. T. Yarberry and Mrs. Will Campbell brought trays and olioitians they had made. After the business was attended lo, games were played, and re I'reshnients were served to 11 mem bers. The mccling at the party. was scheduled Cor Judge Andrew Pontler's court Tuesday. The company proceeded with tho conversions after Us attorney, Blake Downie, decided tho temporary injunction was Illegal. Downie salt! there would ^be no increase in rates until after Judge Ponder ruled on thd case, O. 1), Longstroth Ji'i'flLittle Knck city attorney and.rcpr.jtf&enlalivc of the seven residents, 'said Sonlh- woiitern Hell hud no authority to convert the exchange under il:i contrail with the city of llebcr Springs. He said lhe company vlo- Inied a valid courl order. The Cominls'sion took thn mailer under advisement and gave Long- slrelh until Dec. 20 to file briefs in support of the legal points he raised. Southwestern Bell sought territory it already serves and said it. plans new exchanges nl Black Fish Lake, Jones Mill, Scott, Pinnacle, Ferndnle, Spring Lake and Palarm.- •-.'•'' question of lhe child, the impart : 4 of sex knowledge) should span several years and even then somi aura of mystery should allll left around the subject. Of course, Mrs. G., the fact tha your children and those of olho neighbors have already been ex poseil to the precocious knowledge of lhe newcomer doesn't glvo yoi much alternative but to carry 01 wilh your own offspring. I do thin the doctor's wife hhould be toll to just what lengths her liltlo glr is going to exhibit her learning and 1 think she will be Quite sin prised when she learns the offec her teachings have hud on tho chll If you think a little reading Wl help you set your own children o feeling that his children shptiildi*||§l ome first, but wrong In •'-•*' nto their selfish vhlch Is thinly disguised ns Ion to their mother, • > ;; 01 He could ask lhe girls If they Iti-;;;* end to spend the rest of theiis, ; lv!>s In single blessedness 'or him. Tho attitude ot the s really not unusual for cenlH. It's difficult for hut ago lo see beyond their inmcclinte circles, but time a fine habit of adjusting reality. Dear Mlas DIx: t am old, getting my divorce present, and plan to 10 years younger than 1, time comes closer to the however, I am becoming sivc, since I HOC so many faults«Sp| in him I never noticed before; —-"'""•• you think I would bo wise to c ry out my plans for Answer: No. If yott can much fault with n. man you marry him, tho dUTlculUofc Increase a hundredfold later, have wallod a long time for ness; don't gamble with It Released by Boll Syndicate, Inc adjourned lo meet for the Christmas TOUGH l^UCK ' SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UP) — Here's what happened yesterday after Mrs. Catherine Gobo shooed a black eat from hoi 1 homo: Fire broke out in her basement; her washing machine wenl haywire, bounced across the floor and struck the furnace and a skunk sprayed her wash after .she lutni! il on tho line. . Tho famed pony express which carried mall.to and from California lasted only 10 months, starling in 1800. HOPE DRIVE IN • LAST DAY t SECOND FEATURE LAS VAGAS ri JANE RUSSEL With——, VICTOR MATURE - ; fel'< ••'. "*ii, v • i l - i .- n y! Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. L. If. Jones of Gurdon, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. LI. ti. Jones of Our' don announce the arrival, of a girl on. Dec.:.fl2. ;; * j I $ ji : •; !l-lii |r ^.. f I i- f ! ' Clubs DOYLE On December 2 the Doyle Home Demonstration Club met at the church for the regular meeting with four members and Mrs. Lorraine Blaekwood, HD agent, pnji- ent. Mrs. Odcan Westfall had charge of the meeting. Mrs. Blaekwood gave suggestions for centerpieces lor Christmas. Mrs. Westfall won the prize of the month. The next meeting will be January (i at a place to be announced later. LAST OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR EDDIE MARTIN Evening Shade Evening Shade^ HD Club met in the lunch room of Spring Hill High School. A Christmas parly and dinner was enjoyed by 00 members and their families. A beaulifully lighted tree had gifts for everyone. j Mrs. Robert White led in singing Christinas carols. j The next meeting will be Jan. 8, with Mrs. Robert While hostess. All members ore urged to be present as 1B53 plans will be presented. Liberty Hill Mrs. Lester Beckham directed the singing which opened the meet ing of the Liberty Hill Home Dem castration Club Tuesday afternoon, November 11, in the horns* of Mrs. S. C. Huckabee, hostess, Mrs. Huckabce gave the devotiona' by reading Psalm 100 followed with a prayer. Mrs. Clyde Huckabee. secreary. presided .during the meeting as the president and vice-president were absent. Each member answer ed the roll call by telling how she could make Christmas gifts Mrs. Beckham gave a very in teresting talk about using piece* ol candles and making one large Hear His Thrilling Sermons rr TQNIT|^7;JP HEAVEN SATURDAY "The Proudest Man in Hope" SUNDAY—f;|<> "The Unpardonable Sin V li^( 1 - & FIRST BAPTIST CHURC BEAUTIFUL BAPTISMAL SER SUNDAY NITB ^^ ,.4

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