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r^i.'w*! • "4;!' ,«,? It* HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS , AND MODUCt ««- a^MV Butter ,lpti. 396,tW; prices un- 1-rtiosUy W MLto-M cent« "" ,tm W icwfc C at 73.25; kfbultrysHtetdy. Receipts 2fi gnchanged. Stockyards, 111., Dec. 2 |s, 18,000; 180 Ibs Up and y 25 lower thin average 9ay;'lighter weight* uneven, iy steady with some tales 140 down. 25-50 or more -higher; t 'good and choice 180-300, Ibs 75-2C.OO, more at lower price; " 26.00; 160-170 lb« 28.00^50; 130>,22.75-2S.06: 100-120 Ibi 19.15 . 'jew to 22.75; goW» 600 Ibs 0^24.7525.25- heavier weights JtfS; "Stags mostly" lf.fl-21.50 jittle; 7,00; -calves 2,50; genii' market aettve and price* fully ly,to 7 '.strong on Steers, butcher lings'and cows, spots appear^ AiHcvcnly higher on cows and "ihfef yearlings one load '•- top %ahd ttioice mediutn weight erah3200;7 several lodffi and lots ,-dtilfn and good *t*er« -25.00- M ^,|,tH>; Common and low medium |'17,00-20.50; small lot mixed steers ***""-• Dealers-to 32.00 with good to ce 25.00-30.00; riiediUm 17.00"" gobd'cOws 16.50-I9.00; Conl- dd mcdiuiti beef. COws 13.50. cannefsnand 'oatters .10.50- j ; bulls in active^demandj good iscarce' with few-beef bulls J6; T sausage bulls 18.00'down; Jhndj choice vealers steady > to 25.00-30,00:, others ifnon 'and medium ,8.00-11.00. 8ffld0*%tb f f i if m; ju;r9 and good lots'19.50- t medium/, -thrdwoyts lew-'good ewes steady , COTTON ifNewf York, 'Dec* 2 —$")— Cotton .futures turned reactionary today on "scattered profit taking and hedg- ?ing. Commission houses were In- f.% dined to take profits following re. cent" sharp advances. Weakness in a> r the Scale down, *,, Snarly,gaihs of better th&n'fcl a *• *""- had been registered, influ- " , b £. th , e Senate passage of lipment and broadened its in- tiry on grades of cottdn Sought. .Cotton futures'dropped sharply 1o new low, ground 1 for the day in te;dealings,6n ;a< renewed flurry ^commission house/, p/pfit taking {$$,*commission house/, profit taking jtfaUd hedging, with trade demand y|restncted. < s ' 't i Report Hope Star fr*i* FuWhhtd *v*ry weekday o«t*rnoor> bv ITAR Pt»LISHIMO CO. &<(. , MM, N. W«t*fc«nv S«tr«toryT'«<mX» Her**. Mb N. WMfcMit, Editor ft PublUhw Fwri H. JMMM, Monoglna Editor - - HMRMf, MitH. • — hMr EntcrM o* Meond cla>< mailer at tK tat Offlt* at Hop*. Arkonui, und«( thi fet af March 3, 1897. _ ^ MoelattxJ Pr«it. Entaprlo Mtttlpttm »«t«: (Alwayi Payable !• : By city carrier per week 20c tut month Me, M6II rate*— In Hemp Mtttt. Ntvddo, Howard, Miller fin iofoyett* eountm, $4,50 eti venr; els. *twre IB.SO. . Hetlenel AWeHliM* Mepreuntotlve- ArinnMt IMIIlei, Inc.; Memphis, Term tteflc* iulMIno; Chlcogo, 400 North Mich oon Avenue: New York C!t>, 292 Madteoi AW.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grano •l»d.; Oklahoma City. 314 terminal Bldg Mew Orleans, 722 Union St , fttembw of lh« Anoclotcd Prosi! Th. Au&lotcd 'Pr*5* it entitled exclusively It tht UM for ropublicotlon of all the loco ~ ~ us printed In this newspaper as well o AP IMWS .diwdtch*i. 'high 34,70 — low 34.?1 34.22 off 23 OCt high 31.80 —1 ow 31 32 — last 31.32 off 35 DeC high 31 05 — low 30.67 — last 3Q.67 off 10 Middling spot 36 SON off 30. N-hominal. 0' NEW ORLEANS COTTON New Orleans, Dec. 2 — (/P)— Cot ton futures declined here today under long realizing and hedge selling. Closing prices were barely stpady, 90 cents to $1.35 a bale lower, Dec high 36,09 — low 35 80 — close 35.72B Men high 36.22 — low 35.71 — close 35.71-72 May high 33.82 '—low 35.30 — close 35.31 Jly high 34.64 — low 34.14 — close 34.14-16 Oct high 31,82 — low 31.37 — close 31.37-38 GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago, Dec. 2 — (IP, — liquidation in the wheat pit today spread to other grains and all rallies appeared to bring out addition offerings. Traders said lack of any evidence of government buyir>- was a depressing factor. Traders has reports that te government owns 45,000,000 (million) bushels of wheat in excess of the amount needed to meet its export commitments for the year. The Commodity Credit Corporation said no wheat had been purchased yesterday, and traders found no evidence of government puchases today. Flour mill representatives rpproted a very slow domestic demand for flour. Corn and oats followed the down- Ward trend of wheat. There was little demand for soybeans. Lard Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkan- c'lty Docket , ChArlie Brojwi, idrjink,, while driving, forfeited "$25 .<ia,sb.*t>6nd. Foster L.' Stalls, 4 '•'assault' and battery, forfeited '$25 cash bond Charlie Brown, Allison Woodberry, no driver's license, forfeited $5 cash bond; ' v. , •'-..; . E. L. Hawkins, improper li- q'ense, forfeited «$2ft ; »pash> -AfinA: plea guilty, fined $1Q. ';. a ° e ' Rex Davis, Estelle Dayis;'-' Loul sc ., Hm ' diBtu *blng, P e-a6*, : ..;' plea guilty, fined $10 each. Jponald KermiJ,..Carson, carrying Tuesday, December 2, 1947 WICHITA CELEBRATES' Wichita, Kas.—(/PI—It "cost Wich- i.Vl * Tlcrch nnts' - 'and townspeople $18,000 to put an the Chisholm Trail Jubilee-^ celebrating 75 years of growth since the days When Texas longhorns ended the long overland trek at rail's end in this southern Kansas city. But the celebrating is beginning all over again. ' '•;. Members of-the Inter - Club Council, jubilee'' sponsors, voted to repay all donation? in full— from the $19,000 realized through shows and. exhibits. - weakened on the disturbing talk of return of meat rationing; At the finish wheat was 3 3-4.to 4 3-4 ower than -yesterday's close, December $3.08 1-2 — 3.09. Corn was 1 1-4 to 2- 1-4 lower, December $2.55 3-4 — 2.58. Oats were 12 to 1. 5-8 lower; December $1.23 1-2 — 3-8. Soybeans were 3 to >3 1-2 lower, .March, $3.90. : •pot wheat shifted lower with the futures trend today; bagis easier; receipts seven cars.'Corn was lower: basis one to 1 l-2.,conts,lower for old-crop grain, '}' about ,• unchanged, for new; bookings' 3,500 bushels; shipping sales 15,000 bushels; receipts 50 cars. Oats were lower; basis steady; shipping ales 10,000 bushels; receipts .17. .cars. Soybeans receipts were 11 cars with a sale of No. 2 yellow reported at $3.96 (track country station) NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Dec. 2 —(^—Selected stocks got another foothold on technical recovery in today's. market although there was .sufficient liq mdation to keep many leaders be. hind minus signs.' '•' Assorted steels, motors, rails anc individual industrials pushed Up fractions to a point or more in the forenoon on relatively lively 'deal ings. . Top advances were reduced in the majority of instances at the close with -a -number-of pivotals on the losing side. Volume for the full proceedings ran to around 900, 000 shares. A sizeable batch of pleasing divi dends was pretty well ignored. Or the other hand, Bath Iron Works ,and National Malleable G Ptee touched lows for the year when di rectors took no action on disburse .ments. Cnnon Mills and-American Sugai refining posted new highs. In front were Wheeling Steel, Youngstown Sheet, Santa Fe, Mid-Continent Pe troleum, Schenley, Guantanamo bjgar,' Goodrich, International Har vester, Caterpillar Tractor,? Boe mg, Allied Ch«micaj. Johns.-Man vllle and Owens-Illinois Bonds were narrpw. K/W ; i are- • m y ( 4'f *• ww 1948 »L« nf.v AMERICA'S most admired, most de<**• fired po»tw»r automobile now swings OQ the scene in « fabulously fine new 1943 version, Thrillinjfly different new Chaiu- pien and £ow«xand«r convertibles add their flamor to the "new look" that's a de StfMfetoker style mark. Low- new 1949 Md«n* and coupes round out the picture, lle». e 's a star-studded presentation of modern motoring luxury thftt emphasizes anew the out-ahead dis- tiuctions of Studebaker styling and engineering. The first showing of the first superb new 194« Studchakcrs to arrive in town is now on. You and your family are cordially invited to attend. *v«* » i-. "* t- lj?> f&VV n" ARCHER MOTOR CCX, 114 W«t ThirdS*. ~ Hppe, Arkan»o ¥ weapon ' plea Edgar Wlliams, possession of un- x f/ .I 1 i tox ' li( l uor ' P lea euilty, lined §50, Woodrow Hopson, possession ot more than 1 gallon of intox. liquor in a dry county, plea guilty, fined Ui Isaiah Cornelius, drunkenness, plea guilty, fined $10 (suspended during good behavior). Arlis Ames, Levy Soil, Clifton Davis, Herbert Whittaker, Mabel Beasley, J. W. Harris, Jim Moore J.ames Jon^s, drunkenness, for^foiled $10 cash bond" each. State Docket plea .guilty, fined $25 and one day LeRoy Daniels, petit larceny,, i f , hi jail. . C, A. Nix, driving while drunk, forfeited $25 cash bond. . J. D. Barton, drunkenness, forfeited $10 cash bond. Robert Hamilton, disturbing peace, .plea guilty, fined $10. Verhie' Coynes j-disturbing peace, forfeited $25 cash bond. Willie Lee Griner, gambling plea guilty; fined $10. -..'. LeRpy Ellis, gambling, forfeit- Fred S.cott, permitting gambling ed $10 cash bond. on his premises, tried, found not guilty. ' . : ---••''••' ; :•• '. . ' . , Henry McLemore, voluntary manslaughter, examination waived. Held , to .Grand Jury. .Bond fixed at $300. Owen Strickland* .grand.larceny, examination waived. Held to Grand Jury, i • Owen Strickland, grand larceny, e*aminatibn waived. Held to grand Jury; Owen StMckland, petit larceny, plea guilty, fined $10.00. . Owen Strickland, petit larceny, plea .guilty, fined $10.00. James Lawrence, false representations, dismissed on motion pros, att'^ .upon ' payrnent of costs. Edgar Williams, being interested in a gambling and/or device, tried, found guilty of gambling, fined $10. • ' , : Civil Docket , Wayne Jarvis, Jimmie (Buck) pismuke. action for $43.31 debt. Judgment for $17.7? by default for Plaintiff. . • Senate Favored Continued From Page One auhbrlfcation to $400.000.000. The six sage were no" votes on final pas- cast by Senators Langer (R-ND), McKellar (D-Tenn, Moore (R-Okla), O'Daniel (D-Tex, Robertson (R-W.yo) .and Taylor (D Idaho). As it stands now, the bill merely fixes a top limit on the amount of help that can be provided through .next ; March 31 for : Italy, France and Austria. ' , ;' ., . ' It is avowedly aimed at halting' the spread of communism in Europe by warding off cold, and hunger in the three nations. Of the total, $^50,000,000 would be used to" buy cereals, $51,000,000 for other foods,. $184,000000 for coal $3500000 for petroleum, $35,000,000 for: fertilizer arid other agricultural supplies, $4,000,000 for medical supplies, and $38,000,000 fot cotton. The State Department has said that $42,000,000 would be used for Austria, $227,000,000 for Italy and $328,000,000 for France. Neither the.Senate-passed nor the House committee bill appropriates any actual cash. This will be handled in . a separate bill which the House Appropriations Committee Will start-, considering Thursday. Thus if proponents of a sharp reduction fail to win their fight to cut the authorization measure, they will get another chance when the appropriation bill reaches the floor. ROBISON'S DRESS and COAT STARTS WEDNESDAY MORNING Now is the time to save on your coats, suits and dresses. We are bringing you this sale right in the heart of the season and you'll get lots of wear out of these, and save money. Be here early for best selections. REDFERN GOATS & SUITS These are all 100% wool coats and suits. Fine quality linings, Black, Grey and green. Regular 39.85 to 69.85 values. 1/2 PRICE LADIES SUITS Smarfnevy suits that are 100% wool. Sizes 9 to 15 arfci 12 tip 50. Buy your suit now. Regular 19;85?td 24.85 values.' 1/2 PRICE LADIES COATS You'll find all good fall styles in this group of fall coats. These are regular 22.50 to 34.50 coats. Buy now 1/2 PRICE JUNIOR DRESSES A good selection of these junior dresses in wool, rayon and cotton. Sizes 9 to 17. 1/2 PRICE CHILDRENS SKIRTS A large group of childrens skirts in wools, plaids and solids. Sizes 1 to 14. Regular values from 3.98 to 4.98 1.98 CHILDRENS COATS All childrens fall and winter coats on sale now. Every coat is a real value. Now only 1/2 PRICE WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS Geo. W. Robison &* Co. HOPE Tht leading Department Store Nashville Tuesday, December 2, 1947 HOPE STAR, HOP E, ARKANSAS ~ ''.i&'jem Social and P< tonal and Tersonal Phone 768 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Social Calendar Tuesday, December 2 * T * h u e Y;£-^,- Auxi liary will meet at the V.F.W. hall at 7:30 Tuesday night. For transportation call 149-W or 335-W. Wednesday,. December 3 .The Gardenia Garden Club will hold its December meeting Wednesday afternoon at two-thirty at tC9 home of Mrs. Royce Weisenuferger: with Mrs. Donald Moore and Mrs. James Pilkmton as associate hostesses. NOTICE ~ The Fidelis Sunday School class of the First Methodist church will pack a clothing box to send to Greece 'and all members are urged to bring donations to the Sunday School room this week. Wednesday, December 3 •5'Y.W.A. of the First Baptist cnurch will meet Wednesday night at six-thirty at the Educational building for their annual Lottie Moon Christmas meeting. All members are urged to attend and bring your offering. A 'short program has been arranged. Thursday,. December. 4 The Pat Cleburne Chapter ILD.C. will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Alvah Williams on South Elm street with Mrs. A. E. Slusser. Mrs. W. T. i ranks and Mrs. Ben Goodlett as associate hostesses. Program leader will be Mrs. H. C. Whitworth. All members are asked to bring Christmas donations for the Confederate home in Little Rock. Thursday, December 4 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet jointly with the American Legion at seven thirty Thursday night at the Legion Hall. For transportation call Mrs. Ernest fi'Neal, 839, or Mrs. S. R. Hamm, Ki4. Hope Chapter 328 O.E.S. will hold its regular meeting Thursday night at seven-thirty at the Masonic hall. All members are urged to' attend. Friday, December 5 The Rose Garden club will meet Friday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. M. Cantley with Mrs. J. C. Carlton and »Mrs. F. C. Crow as associate hostesses. Arrangements for exhibit will be table dtcorations for Christmas. o'clock for their regular semimonthly meeting. Members of the G.A. and Y.W.A. met in the dining room of the Educational Building where Circles 4 and 6 of the W.M.U. served a delightful Christmas plate with coffee, from white damask covered T-shaped table centered with an arrangement of pine needles, cones, red bells and red lighted tapers. Following the supper meeting, the .groups went to their respective study rooms where the following Y.W.T. program was given. Miss Mary Ethel Perkins, president, called the meeting to order and the roll call and minutes of the last meeting, were read and approved. Both old and new business was discussed. Mrs. William Keltner was welcomed as a new councilor for Y.W.A. Reports from the various committees were given. Miss Ruth McLain, chairman of the Community Missions reported that a basket of food was delivered Thanksgiving morning to a needy family here. Miss Betty Martin was in charge of the program on "Alabaster Box". The program opened with the group singing "Silent Night", followed by prayer by Mrs. Jesse Brown. Those participating on the program were: Misses Reba Leverett, Wanda Ruggles, Aline Stewart. Louise Wiggins, Betty Martin, Helen Downs, Emelene McDowell and Louise Porter. The meeting closd with the Lord's Prayer repeated in unison. Twenty-two members, one new member, Miss Evelyn Ann May, and on guest, Miss Virginia Sue Button, the councilors, Mrs. P. L. Perkins, Mrs. Jesse Brown, and Mrs. William Keltner were present for the meeting. Mr. J. G. Collier Celebrated 83rd Birthday on Sunday, Nov. 30 Mr. J. G. Collier celebrated his 83rd birthday anniversary with a family dinner at his home on Sunday, November 30. Those enjoying the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Collier of Stamps, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ross and son, Denvil, Mr. and MTS. iDeward Collfer, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huett and son, Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Collier and Eugene Collier, Mrs. John Gaines, Mrs. Hugh Bearden and sister and children and Mr. Arthur Ander- Speciol Singing Program Dec. 8 at Spring Hill The Stamps Dixie Quartet will appear in concert for a program in Spring Hill School gymnasium at 7:45 p.m., December 8. The public is cordially invited to at- t'end. Clubs Home Demonstration Club Calendar: Wednesday. December 3: Victory HDC meeting at the home of Mrs. Claibornc Howe at 2 p.m. Thursday, December 4: Evening Shade HDC meeting. Friday, December 5: McNlab HDC meeting at the home of Mrs. Wilmer Wiliams at 2 p.m. They will have a Christmas Party and elect new officers. Saturday, December 6: • Peace HDC meeting at the home of Mrs. G. A. Garrett at 7:30 p.m. Christmas Party. Challenge To By ETHEL HAMILL © ArtoJio Honii. Inc.; Diitntitri by NEA SERVICE, INC Columbus Columbus Home. Demonstration Club met Wednesday, November 26 for a call meeting for the pur- I pose of electing officers and com- jpleting Christmas plans. Thirteen members and two new members, Mrs. Horace Ellen and Mrs. J. P. Webb were present. The following officers were elected: Mrs. Herbert Sipes, re-elected president; Mrs. Marion Sipes, re- iected vice president; Mrs. Tommy McCorkle, secretary; Mrs. C. R. White, reporter. The members made plans to attend Christmas Party December 12 at Expriment Station Club House. The: trio appointed to" sing in Country Home Demonstration Chorus were: Mrs. Horace Ellen, Mrs. L. K. Boyce and Mrs. Fred Caldwell. Hostess for December meeting will be Mrs. Herbert Sipes and Mrs. Tommy McCorkle. : o Y.W.A. Met Monday Night The Y.W.A. of the First Baptist church met Monday night at 6 Coming and Going Mrs. Wallace Cook leaves Tuesday for Washington, D.C. to visit her mother, Mrs. Floyd Moses and other relatives and will attend the wedding of her sister, Miss Mar- MASTER MAGICIAN Friday 8 p. m. HOPE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM SPONSORED BY HOPE KIWANIS CLUB LAST DAY FEATURES — 2:20 - 4:35 - 6:41 - 8:47 4 M* CIHIUIT-tOl (OMANCf AND fUH ... MD nCHHICOlOi, TOO! BETTY GRABLE Mother Wore Tights •dUDanPAILEY WILUAM FRAWIEY Mr\uM ru t* r u n » ANABCl* S H AW PIUNA InLitMAN MICHAEI DliNNF* CONNIE MARSHALL G.o-u. CLEVEI AND VANESSA BROWN VEDA ANN BOR6 ..„,.,„_- -^?4JiiS.P.° 5.5_ i jvjy^jyiJil^f STARTS WEDNESDAY XXXVI . "Y-you're just imagining things," Maurine had changed again and this time, there was no pretense about her. "Becousc you hate me, that's why!" "No. I'm not imagining anything. You knew about Acadia. That first night when it was men- ioned while you and Joel were singing together, you knew all about it. You said you'd seen some nention of it on on old map of Uncle David's. But that was only Her breath caught. "No! That much of it wasn't a le, after all. That's exactly where fou did find out about Joel's home town—on one of the Senator's maps." As she turned toward a jewildered Joel, she was trem- Jling with realization, "Joel, don't you see? Don't you understand?'-' His bright head shook slowly. "Afraid not, Cammie." "I told you once what Uncle Oavid's special interest is in Washington. He's working on postwar commercial air transportation. Joel, if he had a map of land which-included your father's farm —that could only mean that they are planning to-buy'it'up for one of their dozens of big new air fields. And condemnation prices are always high." "But I was already planning to sell—" . :'••..•. "You'd get triple the price from, them that your acreage would bring in any ordinary sale! No, wonder Maurine has been so anxious to get her hands on it—with or without you." .••.'•' gery Moses and Harry Boswell, Jr., there on December 13. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crank left Sunday to return to their home in Fayetteville after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crank here and Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Williams in Emmet. Hospital Notes Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Elledge, Patmos, announce the arrival of a daughter on Dec. 1. Admitted: Autrey Smead, Ozan. Mrs. Sherman Wilson, Emmet. Mrs. Gilbert Elledge, Patmos. Julia Chester Discharged: David Max Hendrix, Hope. deals—buying in some land he's after cheap, and making him pay for it through the nose? What's _ ( impossible—?" "You know," said Beefy—for.-a sergeant, curiously soft and slow— "this here's a young one just spoiling for a dose of something I bet you the Senator never gave her. She needs it bad." •', Joel met his old friend's eye, glanced sidewise toward Maurine and then with a half-grin looked back toward Beefy again. "Sergeant," he murmured, "would you mind very much seeing that my future wife's cousin gets home safely to the Dean's house in .Cartersville? Of course, if you should happen to stop along the way and make like a top sergeant—" "He wouldn't dare." Maurine gasped furiously. , "No telling." There was a dreamy look in Beefy's eyes. "I got kind of an itch in the palm of my hand right this minute." • "If you so much as lay. one finger-on me, you—you ape—" . "Come on, you!" cut in the sergeant, sudednly hard as nails.- If Vlaurine had any intention of urther argument, he gave her;no .ime to get started. His big hand closed down hard around her wrist and he ,was moving her through the doorway before she could gather breath for a shrill, "You brute, I'll see to if that the Senate of the United States—."!- The younger girl's !red lips curved back unpleasantly to show her small white teeth. A« kitten- like quality still clung to her, but with no suggestion now of cuddle- someneSs. Her claws were out. She was ready to rake with them, ready to scar. "Aren't you the smart one?" Maurine flashed. "So now I sup- puse you are going to marry him and cash in on the fact that I had looked over a few of Daddy's papers? Well, Miss Sherlock Holmes"— and her laugh .was harsh, metallic— "it'll still be in the family, anyhow!" "I'm listening;" rumbled Beefy, at Cam's shoulder. "But blast me if I can believe it yet. She ain't even possible." Maurine's eyes annihilated him as if they had been twin atom bombs. ''There are a good many novelties left in, life, for you, my friend. What's so impossible about wanting an income of my own, that I don't have to account for when the Senator gets into a dis approving mood? What's so impossible about wanting:to, beat him, just once, at one of .his own DOROTHY DIX Coping With Other Women Top Radio Programs of the Day By The AUocUted Press CENTRAL STANDARD TIME After all the hullaballoo about Henry Morgan of ABC parting company with his Wednesday night sponsor this week, it turns out that there has been a contract extension for .three; more broadcasts. This will put over the finale until December 2"4, Tuning tonight (Tuesday): NBC — 7:30 Date'' With Judy; 9 Bob Hope; 9:30 Red Skclton. CBS — 7 Big Town drama; 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. North; 8:30 Studio One. ABC — 6:30 preen Hornet; 7:30 Town Meeting;',8:30 Boston Symphony. ' -• MBS — 8:30 Zane Grey story; 9 American ForUm; 10:15 Morton Downey. . '' It seemed unusually quiet in '.the modest lobby, once . they were gone. As quiet, Cam found herself thinking, as the inside of a church. Her eyes were meeting Joel's once more. :|.."•. "Here we are," he said, almost whispering. . • " .!'..;• "Here we are," Cam echoed.'."The girl who thought she couldn't tail in love, and didn't want any more romance in 'her life. The guy who didn't dare ;fall in love, because he needs training for a job he has to do. Well— Cammie?" - -.. "Whatever it is," she cried, "let's do it quick! Oh, Joel, we've made so many mistakes about ourselves and each other. We've had ';,' so much too : little faith." ; "Look, I'll have the farm money soon. Enough to keep us both until I'm really going. We coUld get married now. . Here. Today in my old home town." She nodded wordlessly and £hen she went into his arms. The sure confidence in them thrilled hei^as he held her close. •, : .;.' "All those mistakes!" he sighed. "And to think we've both been .this way about 1 each other 'right through every one of them. Why, Cam, I've-been in love with ,you ever since that very first kiss.", "Which one?" It was absurdvto Wednesday; NBC — 9 a. m. Fred Waring. . .CBS — 10:30 a. m. Grand Slam, . ,ABC — 8 a. m. Breakfast Club; MBS — 11 a m. Kate Smith.; > o— WOOD PRODUCTS Famed chiefly as a manufacturer of lights, onci- U. ,S, match company also is the'largest distributor of toothpicks, clothespins, and other wooden items. sound 'so. happy. "After 'the fire? Or at the Kandy Kitchen, in that milling mob, th& afternoon you first came b'ack to Cartersvillc?'' ' "Neither one.? Four years ago. The very first time, Cam, remenv br? I've been waiting for, this >n moment ever since then,"" • It had been a moment well A'orth waiting for. Deep, like their river. Bright, • like the lobk in heir eyes. Existing, like the beat of their hearts. Utter heaven. (THE END) LIONEL BARRYMORE w,r>. James Craig • Lucille Bremer NEW LAST DAY FEATURES 2:00 - 3:53 - 5:29 - 7:22 . 9:15 LIPS THAT Of FIRED NO ESCAPE! KISS OF DEATH VICTOR MATURE BRIAN DONLEVY COLEEN GRAY Kichuid Widmurk • layloi Holmes GLAMOUR DRESSES New and Bright for the Holidays! Gift-thrift Priced for Christmas Gift* ! 12.75 New dresses glowing with sequins to put you in a gay mood for the holidays. New 'curved contour dresses with tierd or draped skirts, 2 piece suit-dresses, in fine rayon crepes of new bright colors and smart black. Juniort\ misset', women'*, tmall and large women'» tixes, One of the great tragedies of life is when a young girl falls in love with a married man, and it happens so often, but when It ttoes there is always a heartbreak in it for someone. Sometimes a mere girl breaks her alabaster box at the feet of a villain who betrays her and plays with her and easts her aside when he Is tired of her. Sometimes a fine and noble girl falls in love with a married man through sheer sympathy, because he is so lonely and so starved for the ajffeclion and understanding that his wife never gives him. But, whatever the reason, it brings about a situation with which the average wife seems temperamentally unable to cope. Yet it can be solved, as is proven by the experience of a girl who writes me the .following letter, which 1 wish every girl who is getting that gone feeling abpul her boss would cut out and paste on her mirror and read every morning bcfoie she starts out to the oflicc. She says: "When I was 18 years old I was desperately in love with my employer, who was much older than I. He was a wonderful person, good-lookihg, intelligent. At that time he h&a been happily married for six years and had two children, but there was a definite attraction between us that even his wife could see. 'Smart Wife "His wife, Instead of throwing a jealous tantrum and treating me as poison as most wives would, made a friend- of mo. She was everything ithat was kind and sweet to me. Had she treated me as ani enemy, I would have felt justified in taking her husband away from her, but it is a rare woman, even a rare bad wohian, who can stab a friend in the back. "AS it was. his wife made me rcabzc my own immatuuly, my ovyn lack- of understanding and wisdom, thereby saving her home, her. children, her husband and me. I quit my job. Moved to another city and began a new life. I am sure that if her husband ( had divorced her and married me that we both would have regretted It within sfrt months arid been ready ~" have gotfen thtfre wag too much d our dges. We would Hlvecm give up •everytiitarior e«h ouwr and that nevdf really #ort«/ f^; "M only wives could «* v «»& side of the Other Woman; ti Would be able to handle uie> uation. Nearly every woman her own man, not somedne lt««, Bsides, the wife has everything; her side—society, the law.a mi natural chivalry towards H' his love for his home arid c™™., The wife has'won her htisba... once and she knows the trick* thai dislikes. And if she meets problems with understanding, will be more likely to hold' husband than to drive - him the arms of another woman. "I am a firm beJlevep,,that*t»«™ good you do will come back io.yotti Now, five years later, I have fouM a man of my own age, .with Matt! same aims, desires and outlook i life as I have. We are going tO'U. .„ married and 1-will always.iL,b*W$j grateful to this* wise woman 1 saved me from myself- and taught me a lesson in creatin B successful marriage. I pray, thai „ can be the understanding wife that? she was, and if that same problem^ ever comes up in my marriage'I hope that I can meet it and trl* "•nph over it as she did." i;jr* (Released by The Bell Syndlcat ThrufiFrauiM THEQUII CHEST CO The Quintuplets have Musturolo to relieve coughs, soft throit '• , and aching muscles Of colds. Murt«5J'v ; '-,~ instantly starts to bring wonderful.lone-s. \';' 'A lasting relief! It actually helps brwk op >| painful surface congestion. " ; ' . Regular and Extra Strong lot groWn-" ! *| ! * ups-At all drugstores. t ' C .- ' ,if rW*W-___^BW"tf'? fi -; MUSTEROLE 1.". JBd Complete Electric Train for year round fun! An electric trajn for Christmas—it's the delight of youngsters.., and their fathers; too! Here's a switch train your ypungsters will love, for it seems practically real—and you'll like its budget price! It's so easy to operate .,. your children, can solve the problems of real trains with this complete miniature outfit. They can uncouple cars, make flying switches, back the trains—all by remote, control. Th* outfit includes a steam type locomotive, a scale model coal and water tender, tank car, gondola, box car and a realistic caboose. Also included with the train are 22 pieces of straight and 9 pieces of curved "0" gauge electric track, 2 remote control switches, a transformer, track connector and 2 dead-end bumpers. St6p in or phone our Catalog Office.;. order on Wards Monthly Payment Plan ,,. pay 10% down and the balance later. 48 T 3020M ,W.4J FOR ECONOMICAL CHRISTMAS SHOPPING USE WARPS CATALOGS 212 South Main

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