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i ,, f ^ ^ ,...W»..u.m T .i.'.,f I I \ HOPE STAR ,, H OP I, ARKANSAS Monday, November 3, 1947 loctal an JP ersona I A. M. dnd 4 P. M. ioAday, Novemfor 4 U he* Band AtixiH&ry will ir.eet <f tjlght"6t 1 7tl5 at-trie-Band tg. i All members, are urg- indenoe 'school meeting will be leld at Oglesby lunch room at 1 Tuesday, Participating will Oglesby. Brookwood, Junior Senior High School P T A . \he W.$.C,S. of _jSt' churoh will Jond'aF "evening at 8 o'clock ; home of Mrs, ByrotuHefnsr ast Second street with Mrs. ._-. Fuller, Mrs* Earl, frames McLarty, Jr., and Mrs. Rogers as associate'hostesses VJV;i IIVSJ. «.**(•,»* »_.»*.. «~- — members arc urged to attend Thursday, November 6 Pat Cleburne Chapter U D C will meet Thursday afternoon at two thirty at the homo of Mrs. Emmelt Thompson with Mrs Sid Reed, Mrs. .T E Schooley and Mrs. Wilbur Jones as associate lOslesses. ay 1 , November 3 of the First" Baptist . will meet "Monday night at Vi'clpck at the chiifch fbr its meeting. iAll members are ttlf'sriU be a call meeting ol «jpff Business and Professiona' jrfteif's Club at Hope City Hall ; 39 Monday night. ,All members to attend. , be: and All Corhihg and Going Among Hope people attending the funeral of Hillary Taylor at Delight Sunday were: Mrs Nellie Phillips, Harrv Phillips, Mr and Mrs, Winfred Huckaboe, Jark Rogers and Jimmy Rogers of Helena Ark . " •_ Persorial Mention Ubsday, November 4 "fee Gleaners Sunday School class i.the First Baptist .church will Tuesday night at 7:15 at Some 1 " of Mrs. Pv'L. Perkins. }** A ' { , . , . , * >. Scout Troop ' No. ". 5 under ' flrtttnof , nieet .Tuesday afternoon nt four the Flrst^'Methodist Reverend R H, Cannon who has been sent to College Hill Methodist church m Texarkana is the ather of Thomas Cannon of this city. Reverend Canhon is moving 6 Texarkana from Altheimer Hospital Notes • Josephine Discharged: 1 ' Mrs. Fred Aaron, Rt 1, Hope. Mrs. Chas. Scott, Hope. luncheon and' corrcs- . You Women Who SuH.r KUMb. 'Arfe you „ tlonal 'midd' Jlat to women .__. , ttols make you suffer from (hot Cashes, feel so nervous, high- strung, irritable, weak? Then 00 try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It's fajnous for this! ^'Taken regularly -T- Pinkham's .Compound helps build Up resistance against such 'middle-age' -distress.'!!'s what Doctors call a ^Uterine sedative. It positively -contains no Opiate; — no habit- forming drugs. « help* Mature * Cyou* know what We mean) r fPinkhato's Compound Is also A, great stomachic'tonic! LYDIA L PIMKHAM'S MM Rev. Cooper Continued From Page one Mark's, J. E. Joyner; Scott Street, Rufus F. Sorrels; Twenty-Eighth Street. W. R. Burks; Winfield. Kenneth L. Spore; associate pastor, Louis W. Averitt. Lonoke, J. E. Dunlap; Mabdlvale, Alfred Deblack; Primrose. L. E. Wilson; Robinson school, L. C. Gatlm; Roand circuit, to be supplied. Executive secretary, Board of Education, Roy E. Fawcett; chap- ain, United Stales Navy, John Wiliam Ha.mmons; chaplain, Veterans Administration, Earl R. Lewis; student, Perkins School of 1 neology, William M. Elder; student, Perkins School of Theology, Howard L. Williams; deaconness, Miss Margaret Marshall, city missions; district missionary secretary, A.C. Carraway; director of cvnagelism, John L. Tucker; director of Arkansas Methodist, Fred Schwendi- TnQnn. — •«»••».» i Monticello district, T. T. McNeal. district superintendent. Arkansas City-Kelso, Jeff Davis; Crossett, O. E. Holmes; Dermott. W.D. Golden; Drew circuit, George L. Glasgow-Dumas, Curtis Williams; Eudora, R. O. Beck; Fountain Hill circuit, J. C. Van Horn; Hamburg- Snyder, Robert L. Long; .Hormit- tendent. Amity, to be> supplied; Bingen circuit, J. R. Callicott; Blevins circuit, Robt. W. Core; Center Point circuit, David Williams; Delight circuit, Osborne White; Dierks circuit, John Rushing; Emmett Circuit, Joe Robinson; Forester circuit, E. T. McAfee; Glenwood circuit. Robt S. Beasley; Gurdon, Geo E. Reutz; Hope, Jas. E. Cooper; Langley circuit, Gco. Towrtsend; Mineral Springs circuit, L. O. Lee; Murfreesboro, Noel Cross; Mt. Ida, Will S. Cazorl; Nashville Geo. G. Meyer; Okolona circuit, C. C. Van- Daily Bread Continued From Page One into caves. There's no escape from such weapons. And, says the admiral, once an area has been hit by them "it may be a thousand years before these blasted areas will again support life of any kind." Total war—everybody a contributor, everybody a target —we have already. Absolute weapons, capable of destroying all forms of Jile over zan't; Pike circuit, A. N. Young-| use . enormous areas, exist, ready for , . . agc circuit, Robert L. Riggm; Lake Village',-J. Ralph Clayton; Mc- Gehce, M. W. Miller; Monticello, Roland E. D'arrow; New Edinburg, J. R. Martin; Portland-Parkdale- Montrose,- . Clem Baker; fillar- Winchester, Joe B. Roc; Warren, blood; Prescolt, C. Ray Hdzen dorf; Prcscott circuit, to be supdied: Soringhill circuit, S. L. Durham; Washington circuit, W. C. Lewis. District missionary secretary, C. Ray Hozendorf; director of evangelism, J. • E. Cooper; director of Arkansas' Methodist, George G. Meyer; deaconness, Miss Mafy Shough, rural worker; student, Perkins School of Theology, Cagle Fair. Texarkana district, J. M. Hamilton, district superintendent. Ashdown. Clinton M. Atchley; Bradley-Garland, to be supplied; Buck ner circuit, Myron Pearce; Crerry Hill circuit, George J. Earth; Columbia circuit, A. N. Stonecipher; DeQueen, Doyle T. Rowe; Dod- dridgc circuit, H. N. Grain; Foreman. George Kcrr; Fouke circuit, C. E. Lawrence; Horatio circuit, J. A. Ginnings: Hatficld circuit, George B. Pixley; lames A. Simpson; Hal, H. Bone: Pihnell; Wilmar Watson, W. T. circuit, Harould Julia Chester Mr. and Mrs. Willie Downs, Rt. 4, Hope, announce the arrival of a son, November 3. Admitted: Mrs. A. T Johnston, Hope. Mrs. H. A. Yarbrough, Fulton. Mrs. Ollace Rider, Hope. Discharged: Mr&, Preston J Kennedy, Little Bock. Mrs. H. E. Atkinson, Hope Norman Moore, Hope. Mrs. Alvm Gordon and daughter, Sara Elizabeth, Hope. Fred Clayton, Rt 4, Hope. Branch Admitted: Charles Richardson, Rt. 3, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Cecil Moore, Hope. cott; Wilmot-Miller's chapel; Robert '. McCammon. District rural worker, H. D. Ginther; district missionary -secretary, Roland E. Parrow: district secretary of evangelism, O. -E. Holmes; director, of [Arkansas Methodist, Hal H. Pin- --->H Pine Bluff district; J. L. Dcd- man, district superintendent. Al- jnyra, to" be .supplied; Altheimer- i.,*' , . ' , « *• »IT T» .. i.. _ _*. Wa.bbaseka, son; , Bayou _______ Walthall; Dewitt, Coy E. Whitten; Gillett, Ira- A. Love; Good Faith, K. K. Carithers; associate, Mrs. K. K. Carithers; Grady-Gould, George W. Robert Meto circuit, W. V. Lewisville, Lockesburg, A.W.Hamilton; Humphrey-Sun- me £ ts; L. Gray Wilson; Mena, Mark F. 2. Bailey; Shady Grove, J. Logan Simpson; Stamps, J. W. Mann; Vajght; Richmond circuit, George Taylor circuit, E. T. Miller. Texarkana churches: College Hill, R. H. Cannon; Fairview, Free L. Arnold; First church, Edwarc W. Harris. : Texarkana circuit, Dewey L. Me Cauley; Wilton circuit, S. W. Moty; associate, Mrs. S.W. Mooty, students. Perkins School of Theology, Clyde T. Parsons and James E. Christie: district missionary secretary, Edward W. Harris; director of evangelism, Clinton M. Atchley: director of Arkansas Methodist, Doyle T. Rowe. . Special conference appoint- Isn't it about time for all of us o take a hand in backing the devo- ed few who are trying to see that hese absolute weapons never ;et used in total war? . o Champion 4-H Continued From Page One- the chance that is yours". County 4-H club winners are as ollows: County Champion, Gen eva Smith, age 1C, Patmos, ( years in 4-H club work with pro jects in gardening, food prepara Lion, • food preservation, home management and clothing. County garden champions— Cath erine Powell, age 14 of Guernsey 4-H Club; Vera Nell Fulsom, age 13 of Blevins Club. Junior Garden Winner— Herma Jean Kurd, age 10, Guernsey 4-H Club. County Food preparation Cham pion— Helen Lou Kent, age 13 Patmos 4-H Club. County Food Preservation Cham pion— Fay Dean Sewell, age 13 Blevins 4-H Club. County Clothing Champion — Evelyn Willard, 4-H Club. age 18, Blevin Top Radio Programs of the Day By The Associated Press Central Standard Time) By the time the 1948 political con- entlons start in Philadelphia next ummer, network television ex- ects to carry scenes Ihereol to an ij'ht-city network from Boston to Richmond, Va., and there's a pos- ibilily it may stretch possibly to :hicago and Milwaukee. Listening tonight: NBC—7 Helen Hayes; 7:30 Howard Barlow concert; 9:30 Fred Waring music. CBS—6:30 Bob Crosby Club; 7:30 odfrey Talent Scouts; 3 Radio Theater. ABC—7 Groucho'Marx quiz; 8 8:30 Sammy Yard; 7:30 DOROTHY DIX Bad Marriage Risk DEAR MISS DIX: I am a girl of only 15 and I am engaged to marry a man of 37. He has had three wives, who have divorced him, and has three small children, and he lias no money. I have only known him a couple of weeks. a secretary at the plant at which I work. The third is a girl of my own age from my home town. Here is my problem: Should I marry one of my three adorers and thus break the hearts of the other Monday, 'November 3, 1947 MOPt STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ' ' TODAY * R. S. Hunt, 74 Succumbs at Local Hospital Rpbcrt Sylvester Hunt, aged 74, Lake C]audc R. R 0y ; died yesterday at a local hospital, ^'edfield, to be supplied. He is survived by 4 biothers, L. - - - ' • • .. . -. shine, George L. Cagle; Little Prairie circuit, W. C. Onstoad. Pine Bluff churches: Carr Memorial, John L. Hoover; First church, William E. Brown; Hawley Memorial, C. D. Cade; Lakeside, Otto W. Teagae. Lincpln county circuit, James B. Swain; Pine Bluff circuit, W. E. West; Rison, Bryan Stephens; Roc circuit, C. R. Andrews; Rowell circuit, H. W. Worlhey; Sheridan, George W. Warren; Sheridan circuit, . F. House, Sherill-Tucker, Alva C. Rogers; St. Charles circuit, R. H. Richerts; Star City, Eldred Blakeley. Stuttgart churches: First church, Virgil D. Keeley; Grand Avenue; H. 0. Bolin. Swan R. Roy; Whitehall- E. of Pathios, Lee of Bastrop, La., W. "W. of Atlanta, Texas and Henry of Hope;' 2 sisters, Mrs. Lew ray^ of flort Hueheme, Calif., and Mrs. Mattie Tidwell of Wesleco, Funeral services 'will be h?ld at Herndori-Cornelius Funeral Home at 2:30 p.m. today by the Rev. D. 0. Silvey. Burial will be in Macedonia cemetery. - Active pallbearers: Hanson Barr, L. M. Boswell, Fonzie Moses, Earl Jackson, Bob Mayton and Jess Kennedy. _ _ u ^ • t — *"•*• — • * Promptly relieves COUGHS of CHEST gee! The Army Navy Game 1 West 'point Dance! t Romance Executive secretary board of education, Roy E. Fawcett; conference .missionary secretary, J. E. Dunlap: conference secretary evangelism, John McCormack; . conference director youth work, C. I •!•„.'_,„„ Ray Hozendorf; conference direc-' ,or Golden Cross, Conner More- icad; superintendent Methodist Hospital, R. E. Simpson; professor Emory University, R. C. Rhottcs: instructor Southern Methodist University, Francis Christie; County dress revue winner, best- dress division— Mary Helen Powell, age 15 of Patmos 4-H Club. County Dress revue winner, school dress division — Virginia Ruth Hamilton, age 12, McCaskill club. County Dress Revue winner, skirt —Kay Kent, age 10, Patmos 4-H Club. Dairy production, Donald Ray 'Brown, Spring Hill; Forestry, Hershell Sowell, Blevins; Field crops, Charles A. Brown, Sweet. Home; Animal production, John Lile Foster, Blevins; and hybrid corn, Robert Fuller of Shover James Robert's corn was second in Arkansas at State Livestock Show in Little conference Sadler. evangelist, Harold D. Rock. - Conference evangelist, Harold D. Sadler; director of evangelism, Virgil D. Keeley; district missionary secretary, Otto W. Teague; director of Arkansas, Methodist, H.O. Bolln. ' Pfespott djBttiqtii'v. , . .A.. :., ., Van W. Hart'ell, district superin- Honor Roll at Blevins Training School Announced . The following students at the Blevins negro Training School earned a place on, the honor roll for , the first six weeks: Elementary school: Eddie ise Morrison, Lemmuel Wade, No'r- ina Lee Hill, Chester Brace, Peggie By ETHEL HAM ILL ©Arcadia House, Inc.; Distributed by NEA SERVICE, INC H. Hughes Continued From rage One Hughes and his aides have spent much time, provide about 200 times he force which can be exerted by j strong man, he said. Hughes for some reason had discarded his famous "lucky hat" which he always has worn when testing planes. He wore a brown snap-brim model, sports jacket, ight slacks and a white sports shirt'open at ,'the throat..: ,»*• ; When the ship was flown, a Senate committee was preparing to resume it's inquiry Wednesday into Sughes' war contracts, an investigation in which the sky Goliath was a central figure . In Washington, Senator B r e w s t e r (R-Me.) said, when apprised of the successful hop: "Nothing could be more gratify ing than to have it a grand success." On Stage America; Caye Band. MBS—7 Scotland Charlie Chan; 8:30 Did Justice Triumph drama. Tuesday: NBC—8:45 a. m. Nelson Olmsted story . . . CBS—10 a. in. Perry Como guest of Godfrey . . ABC—10 a. m. Tom Brenemann . . . MBS—10:15 a. m. Tell \our Neighbor Texafkona Man Buried at Delight on Sunday Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Church of Christ of Delight for Hillary D. Taylor, 47, of Texarkana, who died Thursday, Oct. 30, in Florida. He is survived by his wife, and father, Horace Taylor of Delight, a, brother, Joe of Texarkana and a sis- tor, Mrs. John Hardin of Delight. Mrs. Roy Beck, 45, Dies in Local Hospital Saturday Mrs. Roy Beck, aged 45, died Saturday in a local hospital. She is urvived by her. husband, 2 sons, 3eorge of U. S. Army in Korea, Roy of Hope; a daughter, Ella Dean of Hope; 3 brothers, F. W. lhance of Hope, Earl and Doyle )f Richmond, Calif.; 3 sisters, Mrs. _,ane Stark of Black Oak, Ark., Mrs. Otis Brewer of Heber Springs ind Mrs. Arthur Woods of Shiloh, <Vrk.. Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending arrival of a son who s cnroute to the U. S. from Korea. o 111 fl UULIW1C Ui vvd-l-k^. *..*.., ~- .11 Do you think I am tod young to two? Or should I stay single and marry? Shall I wait and find sorne-,keep them all happy? -o^ rw one nearer my own age? , ", i ^~. * • • • 5 • ANSWER: Perhaps when the n- A WONDERING GIRL c h girl jilted'you for another man it hurt your pocketbook worse than ANSWER: We don't 1 expect a u ,iu „„;,-- v,,,,,,.* v,,,t ot onv rnto*- teen-ager to have much judgment, or the worldly wisdom to make her capable of taking care of herself, but surely any girl who is out of the ' kindergarten class should have enough gumption not to wreck her life before it has fairly 'begun by making the fool marriage that you arc contemplating doing. And, anyway, whether she is 15 or 50 | she should be a belter picker of men than you are, for the husband you have selected seems to have Bvei-y drawback that would disqualify him for marriage. Think it over a little and list the reasons why you shouldn't murry lim. He is more than twice your and you wouldn't have a single thought nor desire nor habit common. You would be tired to death of him and sorry yoiv married him before you had been tied :o'him for a month. Bad Risk ' ,• ' Secondly, he has already..;.:. had three wives who couldn't stand him and you would be Number Four on' the list. Evidently he is hard to live with, so you had'better not try it. Thirdly, he has three small children. You would be a baby-sitter for fair if you had to care for it-did your heart, but. at any it does not seem to have put an crimp into your fascinations fo the fair sex. However, I should earnestly advise you to stay single and thus prevent the tragedy of wrecking the live.s of the three estimable young women who are so ' much in 'love with you. To keep three women happy is certainly a noble work of supererogation that falls to the lot of few men and will merit the applause of the gods. But one thing troubles me—has a young bachelor, who is ideally suited for marriage, a right to stay- single in these days when there -is a shortage in the husband supply? DEAR MISS DIX: We arc young couple who wish very much to have a family. Since our marriage, I have worked with my husband in his business, and in planning for the future we are in doubt as to whether it 'is.- wiser for mo to remain as his'secretary, and to hire a' Woman to take care of the children, ,or whether 1 1 should devotrp all 'Of my 'time to rearing of our" family. • What do you think? MRS. A.C. ANSWER: I do not think it is Flirtation Walk' 0 Spectacuhf Parades! • Eye-Filling Beauties' "SPIRIT OF WEST POINT — Starring "Pec" IUNCHARD Glenn DAVIS vvith Annie Robert NAGEL SHAYNE , Alan Tanii HAUNR Chandler i i A I 1^*^J^P^A A ^1 f "•"-" Af Ceach Hixon PLWS SrORTCASTERS BILL STERN /> HARRY WiSMiR *gj48 -4:w : -f;«'"*4«'-' 9: « gaijagai tt| jgjifc fti affiffi* rtMjfh| RIALT O Breaks Up Surface Congestion, Too! At the first sign of a chest cold—rub Musterole on chest, throat and back. It instantly starts to relieve coughs and tight soreness in chest muscles. Then good old reliable Mustcrole helps break up painful surface con- The Story: On the opening day of college Camellia Austin, daughter of the dean, is amazed to find •Joel Conrby among the returning students. Joel, whom Cam adored when she was still in high school, iad been too poor to finish college 'our years ago. Now he is back as T veteran. Cam, who had had too nany flirtations during the war years andlhad been taken furiously jy at leasU ° ne boy when tHie did- gestion and checks irritation. 3 strengths. At all drugstores. MUSTEROLE In I't mean to be—Gary whose insurance came Marlowe, to her on lis death—is now romance-shy. 3he warns Joel she love with him. To " el says he is glad fit into his plans to finish school on his subsistence allowance. Maurine Blair, daughter of a wealthy senator and Cam's cousin, is a freshman and living in the Dean's household. When Maurine cajoles didn't want to come to the party." "But it's just the way it used to ae when I came to my first one! [t hasn't been like this since the year Joel was a freshman! "Joel?" Herbert picked up his cars almost visibly. "J-just a boy who came here to college the year before I entered. He left after the first Christinas recess. Aren't you going to ask me to dance, now you've gotten me here, Herbert?" Herbert had taken only half dozen steps with her before an ali- them and cook and wash and change their didies, instead of;ruhn-. ing around and dancing and .having a good time, as is due to the girls of your age. Fourthly, he has no money and no job and wives have 1 to eat. The chances are a hundred to one that you would have to go to work to support him. So, taking it all in all, the man is a bad risk. Pass him up and wait xintil you are old enough to know what you want in a husband before you think of marrying. possible for any woman to do her full duty; as a mother and follow a,career at the same time. That is because each occupation is a full time job and no woman however gifted, can be in two places simultaneously. You can hire a woman to take care of your children, but, no matter how much of a child- specialist she is, she cannot give them the intangible things that a mother, gives her children. It has been beautifully said that when the Creator found out that HE could not be everywhere, He made mothers. Jerry Hawthorne of Fulton Dies at Age of 74 Jerry Hawthorne, aged 74, a resident of Hempstead County, died Saturday at his home near Fulton. He is survived by his wife, and six sons, M. F., Clyde, Walter, Jim Lee and Jerry Hawthorne, Jr., all of Fulton. Funeral services were held yesterday at 3 p.m. at Columbus Baptist Church with the Rev. C. R. McBay in charge, o- Lou Booth, Mary Jean Morrison, William Burton, James Russol Johnson, Clarence Morrison, Freddie Peral Warren, Elmer Mcrrick, Claudine Carpenter, Helen Ruth Ba ker, -Jessie Mae James, James Louis English, and Sevennah Brigg. High school: Jesteen Johnson, Marjorie Duffie, Sammual Smith, Hilton Glcen, Helen Marie Johnson, Johnie R. Powel, Parnell Hannah, Myrtle Calvin, Leo Bishop Fountain, Annie Poral Maxwell, Jones ,Ida Mae Wade, Mar- Roundup Club to Meet Here Monday Night All members of the Hempstead County Round-xip Club interested in maintaining and operating a riding stable for the purpose of boarding and taking care of horses, please be present at a call meeting Monday night at 7:30 at Hollis Luck's office on South Walnut Street, T. S. Cornelius, president of the club announced. DEAR MISS DIX: I am a young jachelor who is ideally suited for marriage as I have a good job and a home occupied only by my father and myself. I loved a girl, who after inheriting a good, sum of money, married another man and broke my heart. Now there are three women who idolize me. One is an attractive widow older than myself. One is •(Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) PREFERRED BY MILLIONS SO PURE, SO FAST, SO DEPENDABLE StJoseph ASPIRIN NEW! ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FORCHIIDREM Easy to take. 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Isolde of the While Hands, straight out of an old tapestry, Gorgeous!" —but.he had gotten no further than • "Hands" when Hi grabbed his arm and took her over. She whirled into Hi's embrace, NEW NOW SHOWING 8;8? . 4:50 - 7:00 -9:10 To Knpw Such a lovo U to Know Regret! Joel into taking her to the Wei- and he was puckering his lips in come Dance, .Cain is jealous. She an appreciative wolf whistle when accepts Herbert Powell's invitation Sam's big football hands firmly se• ••• - • • • — ! - T --' parated them and assumed control. "The lady in green," he rhymed, "is the slickest I've seen." "Very gallant," said Herbert, kTo relieve miser- lies, rub throat, "chest and back with comforting hefself, determined to win Joel bqck. [ >',•• XI LiCam was • out of her terry-cloth tqwel and slapping fragrant pow- W'cr over herself with a gigantic the frost pattern all but visible on his tone as he tapped Sam's arm. luff when she heard the front door-1 "Stop looking like a storm cloud, >oJl ring. Maurine's light slipper leels clicked down a flight of pol- shed treads to answer it. The big door slammed, sending a muted echo shuddering through the house. Joel and his date were off to the Welcome Dance. Her heart, being beyond the reach of reason, contracted painfully. From her closet the Professor," Cam coaxed, "this is fun." The music of the Troubadours stopped with a last derisive toot- ling. As the crowd of dancers broke up and began to drain toward the four corners of the floor, Cam glimpsed Joel and Maurine for the lirst time. They were a dozen yards nearer the doors than herself and mng there in its shroud of wins poring tissue paper ever since a certain evening last spring: the evening before the morning when 8 long, legal-looking looking envelope had arrived at the dean's house special delivery. Her silver-gilt hair Was already drawn high on her head in a coiled braid like a czarina's crown. Her mouth was a cool curve of scarlet. The reflection which swept toward her out of the pier glass m the lower hall, as she came down the stairs in answer to Herbert's ring, was glamorous enough to awaken tender yearnings in any male. en realized that he was being man euvered, "Look!" gasped Maurine's voice, beside them. "It's Cammie" "Don't I know it?" Joel anwer- ed lightly, with that suggestion he so often gave that laughter was a bout to split through the thin pa per screen of whatever words hs was saying. "Haven't I been star ing?" Cam turned Herbert ever so slightly and they paused face to face with the other couple. "Staring, M.W AWVVCl llCUl, MW .-•-- - ; *>*!-" , 1 J J r. , , the stairs in answer to Herbert's I Joel?" she demanded, in soft chal- 1 ' lenge. "Did you like what you saw?" "I'm still not sure I'm seeing it." A compliment was implied, but his The cage the old wooden struc- grin told the world not to take it ture which had served Carter as a seriously. "It could be a mirage of gymnasium in bygone days, was li- heaven. Are you the girl who used •ghted like a birthday cake as Cam to wear a red wool coat? '_ climbed the sloping campus walk iwimrine scowled taintlv. Ihe uri- STOREWIDE MARKDOWN CONTINUES Until All Groups arc Reduced! You Save Exactly "One-Third of the Original Price! all over town .. , still shining! at Herbert's side. Inside, rows of paper lanterns swung from the dustry ratters. A big crowd was dancing already under the bunting streamers lettered Welcome in Carter's blue and gold "Herbert!" Cam's breath caught as she paused at the threshold, letting the special excitement of the scene eddy over her while her escort surrendered his pair of faculty tickets. He turned, back to her^smih^g . . _ **. — «- «••« ft i r» a 4V\n4- vrsii Maurine scowled faintly. The mace gave her a Heeling but definite resemblance to Herbert. "Cam, how did you gel here?" "Herbert brought me," answered Cam demurely. The music started up again. Dancing feet began to whisper across pine flooring. Before Herbert could say a word or move a muscle, Joel had swept Cam into his arms. He was dancing he,r away without a backward glance, and his grin blazed bright and audacious above' 7H£ SHM£ THAT STAYS because it has a hard-wax finish! GRIFFIN Here's how to get more shoe shine with less shoe shining. GRIFFIN ABC WAX SHOE POLISH has the higher hiird u'ax content that gives you easier, brighter, longer-lasting shines. Use GRHTIN ABC WAX SHOE POLISH for the shine that stays! OFF COME - SEE OFF COME - SEE DRESSES- COATS SUITS her, (To. Be Coptlnued) BLACK, BROWN, TAN, OXBLOOD in the easy-opening con P.S. Remember self-polishing GRIFFIN LIQUID WAX for quick and easy shines. SCHOOL TEACHERS — Going to Little Rock! WEAR-ANEW DRESS- WEAR-A-NEW SUIT- WEAR-A NEW COAT BLOUSES • HOSE • UNDIES • ROBES • HATS REDUCED "ONE-THIRP" Ladies 7 Specialty Shop Where Quality I^True Te£of E c 0 nomy I SALE CONTINUES- STQR.EWIDE - COME - SEE By Chick Ydung OZARR IKE iiiuin^a. I'M JUST A POOR LITTLE'BREAKFAST- TABliE SWI DOW,THAT'S AULIAM---- -MOOrHOO" EVEPV MORMING IT'S THE SAME THINS THE F*APEC IS IMPORTANT .THAN I AM/ CAN C MV PAPEf?, DEAR, WITW < ( ALL THAT CONVERSATION ) V v^- n GOING ON ? r—-^ I MIGHT AS WELL BE EATING ALONE J CAN'T EVEN VOU ONLY MINUTE HALP PLAV ** * -- *i S j> XX/,- -< fit <%!*»'*: •.. •••..*'•"•»•. ^*«ii /,-'». By Dick Turner CARNIVAL SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith Ohfmes wasted little time getting over to Janus Wadhams after Growl and I left. PtAte A PITCHER OF WATER BV HER BEDSIDE-* ANITA. OIAR... IT'S Qeanwft Znlta had discovered something about Am,iVL [THIS IS OUR CHANCE, mx^Kl V LUCRETiA'J AKITA; odd Willougfibyj collar.. OVERWROUGHT, SLEEPLESS, TAKES AN OVERDOSE OF SLEEPING PILLS / GO UP AND GET THE FIRST PILL INTO HER' WATER IN WHICH WW , HAVE DISSOLVED ENOUGH PILLS SO SEEMS! 10 BE. A WASH TUBBS \S SIWOM JELLEBV WORKS OM THE WROH5 T*NIM.TORECOUEBTHE rjlNWONO HE'D S E5WES W THE NOW IS NW TO GIT TH— GREKT SCOTT! ^ GONE" DONALD DUCK By Walt Dip ,* t . «f n COPR. 1947 BV NEA SERVICE, INC. T.'M. UK. U. S.'PAT. OFF. OB.EOUCH ENTIST "I like to defend car^s like this one with an element .. s chance—either we make a nice bit of money or you go " • - - • inill"X "Frankly, we're stiick for a name!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosscr MOE'SART MOVERS By Hershberger FUNNY BUSINESS ISM'T THAT THE WOMAM | UMM', KINDA DReSSV WHO MOVED INTO THE OLD --.-WONDER. IF SHE; AULEM HOUSE? J PLAYS BRIDGE? 'BW ' FAMILY /A/ NAME OF CAKTEK., peopus- YUMMY/ A NEW VDOUBLE. MAM. 1 AMD DIBS/ I $AW HIM TERRIFIC 'FIRST/ WOO 7 T LOOKS LIKE- AN . WOO/ A EARLY SPRING.' "We're making our suits smaller to help Europe—one has to eat loss to make '^m fitl ALLEY OOP (SOW MAYBE THAT'UAMESS IS. RIGHT.' VOJE. UTTLE.NEETAH.' YCU.MfcDE I SOMSTHINa, LEARN YOU NOT TO I AFFAIRS ARE ALWAYS Thimble Theater FCH?(SBTV>*NVWA>y,' HER FOE A ^ 'MCMENTJ AROUND IN /A MESS...AND ANYONE AFFAIRS/ I CONNECTED WITH THEM SETS MESSED UP TOO.' FOR THE OTHER SWEE'PEA A MESS TOO. SOMEWHERE.' (GAME JUST I f STARTED .»/ i .X^——*^_*^———— DePARTMENT *IS NEXT puy?; OKffi. ViV\Q O\O , YOU V^U. BE With Major Hoople OUR BOARDING HOUSE By J. R. William* OUT OUR WAY I'M, vJAVTII^S FOR. *3% I'LL PASS/M 1'NV TRVIKiG TO O FRCW MH ll^MENi- ff /V\P\Kl^GTUET KEEP TV\e A & KEMSLl^ESA OUT OF Mtf. HE/XD IT'S ATRICK.' YOU HIT IT , LIKE CLUBBIM AW ELEPHAMT— WOMEN! 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