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ijV '. i>-S?> r *'"£ NT'S , /s ,"• I'^WjJf^ i" ' 't ,' " ; i^ . HOPE STAR, HOPE, A RK ANSAS Saturday, December 6, 1947 I and P tsOCtcll All %)-^r«f ,,'«. i ,, i, **'* ' vr ; J>hrth« 768 B*tw«** 9 erscna !! M. ond 4 P, M. I iai Calendar 'feV/jBaturday, Dec. 6-« ""'-' Ji - 1 i fcatmeil of the church'-Will -hold JJajfca'ar at Porter^stat^ ..Office Friday f, #* < it ii i iniipfa "in • "i • i" ^ ay, December 9 iris Garden • Club will meet Ssday at 1 o'.clpeknat'.-tte .onal Women's club will meet hursday .night at seven o'clock, t the Lion's Club for its Decem- er meeting and Christmas party. •Tostesseg Will be: Mrs. Foy Ham- nons, Miss.Rosa Harrie and Mrs. Charles Thomas. ,8,, pot '|ujiche6a;.a«cL,Cnrfsttfras patty. "'JMtrs, .Wlngfleld will M. Agce, Mrs. Leo MrSs Arch Moore. ,'. December 8 ,The Spiritual Life Group of the .CS-Mvlll.mee-t Monday after- n,, at- two-thirty at the First ethddist church. Following this there will be 'a joint meet- he circles. Officers for . . rtne-Aew year will t»e installed at (A thJaMneeting. •' ! ] l»All circles of the-Women's Atix- ary--'o£ the First Presbyterian ,i£rch Will meet at the church at o'clock lor a Christmas pKo- ^ "Joy Gifts'" frill',.be takbn ff?,i'ai K this, meeting. < The executive ^i.v^s ...,.i mcel a t 4 WO thirty. . iuesday, December 9 " J^tt CB. rQi'aVcs ' . Sunday !?hoo'r,'class'of >lh£ Firs't Method- 1 "cimrfch wilL.hold.. its annual dinner at the Lions club night at seven o'clock, w^ iv vwuf f<*E»u<*yr ' Deccrtifacr 10 k&'jfWne.Wesleyan Service Guild, and dvOfrcle'No. 5 W.S.C.S. 'of >the First A. .«_-,.,. tisl church wm hold a .| oillt - meeting and Christmas party-at the* Lions club Wednes 3py,-*night at seven o'clock. .... Cain Chapter D.A.R Wednesday at 12:30 noon ,.-.„, . Barlow for a luncheon '«meeting.' Hostesses will'be: Mrs "**"-' Haynes, Mrs. Emmett Wil of Lewjsvillc' and Miss Twitchell. i Mrs. W.K. Per of LcwisVille will present the December 6 ^-lewibers of the Fidelis Sunda> class of the First Methodis "church are reminded that today J4. the last day to bring your cloth 'if^r^ Tng donations for the Christma "T f T Box for Greece. All members of both choirs o v the First Methodist church ai Requested to meet at 2:30 Satur afternoon at the church t for the Christmas pageant Fur Trims Taxless Swaggers lose Garden Club hrlstmas Party The Hose'Garden club held its Christmas party at .the home of vlrs.' 'W.' M." Cantley on Friday flernoon wilh Mrs. F, C. Crow and Mrs. Aline Johnson as assoc- ote hostesses. The president, TWrs. T. L. Rodgers presided over a >rief business session and turned he meeting over to Mrs. Dorsey MCRae,' Sr., whb opened the program with prayer. Mrs. McRae in- roduced Mrs.. John S. Gibson, Jr., vho read a Christmas poem. Fol- dwing several games and contests he, club ; . members i sang • Christmas Carols with Mrs.-W. Y. Foster at.the piano. . In the Christmas table arrangement: • contest' there was a tie be- .ween Mrs. /J.,L. Rodgers and Mrs. "larreit'. Story. ,Gifts ' were . exchanged from a brilliantly lighted Christmas tree. Following the exchange of gifts Vtrs. J. 'L. Rodgers and Mrs. F. C. Crow, presided at the tea table where delightful refreshments vcre :scrved to 19 members ond wo guests: Mrs. J. H. Belts and VTrs. W. • Y. Foster. The hostesses were -assisted by Mrs. Harry Shiver , and Mrs. L. D. Springer in serving, '• Afieiji the meeting the members made "ornaments for the community, Christmas tree. Cominq nnd Goinq Mrs- Stella Adams and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hollis of Patmos have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hines of Slinar, California, Mrs. Wlter Bailey of Kilgorc. Texas/ Mrs. Gladys Hodnett of Texar- Jtana, Mrs. Sibyl Kinard of Wood j River,, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs; ' Teddy Camp of Coraopolis, Pa.. Mr, and Mrs. Bob Magness have returned to their home in in Emmet after a weeks visit with friends in Vivian, Louisiana. Mrs.; Millard Hatch, Mrs. A. A. Albritton, Mrs. Rob Jones and Mrs. Lahroy Spates will''motor to Texarkana Saturday afternoon to attend the opera "Madam Butterfly there. Monday; Decembers ;u "JfW.M.U. of First Baptist enure! UiBli'meet Monday afternoon at th Educational building for thei yal Service Program. All mem ^, are urged to attend. Circle No. vsjll f be,in,,charge of'the program. Hempstead County Practical r\Nvta>es«wiU meet Monday night f | t 'pt-'seven "thirty at"<the City Hall. '3. wl 1*(fF " ^ 1 _. ? _ r | ^_ j *"'' ' iy/ December 9 J.O.Y, Sunday School class if /the First Baptist church will "feet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the 3fne of Mrs. Basil York ort East fj-»5J4th street for it$ annual Christ*s party. Each member is re- .^sted to bring a gift f^Phm-sday, December 11 Hope Business and Profes- Mrs. J. T. Hembree has as week end guests Misses Charlotte Ann and ; Darleen Morton of Blevins. Mrs.. W. T. Caldwell and Mrs. D. A. Jacks of Marshall, Texas, Mrs. Chad L. Archie; of ConMth, Missisippi arid'Mrs.. J. C. Burnside of El Dorado are here for a week end Visit with their father,' Mr, S. S Moses and other relatives. Hope Star Star of Hope 1*99; Pr«i 1927, Conielldattd January IB, 192* Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President AIM. H. Waihburn, Secretary-Treatur* at the Star building 212-214 South Wolnut Street Hope, Ark. Alox. H. Waihburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jon01, Managing Editor George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. J«i M. Davis, Aavertlsing Manag»< Emma G. Thomas, Cashier s Entered as second class matter at th» Cost Office at Hope. Arkansas, under th» «,ct of March 3, 1897. (API—Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Mdans Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable I* Advance): By city carrier per week 20t per month 85c. Mail rates—in Homp stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller oni Lafayette counties, $4.50 per venr; els* ••here 18.50. Notional Advertising Representative Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue: New York Cit>, 292 Madisoi Ave.; DRtroit, Mich., 2842 W. Granr "'"d.; Oklahoma City, 314 terminal Bldg New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Th> Associated Press is entitled exclusively t< the use for republication of all the loco news printed in this newspaper as well o all AP news dispatches. New Violence Flares in Just Received CHRISTMAS TREES •3 to 10 Feet . B,a B Grocery & Market Free Delivery, Phone 801 •'Your Blrdse^e Denier" t,uther Garner, Jr;, of ElDorado is here for a visit With, his mother, Mrs. Luther Garner and his sister, ,Mrs.X)pal Hervey. ']:,; ; Miss Jessie Clarice Brown,'Miss Dean Harmon, Miss Doris Ruth Hoffman, Miss Matile Pierce and Miss Mary Ann Hester, students pt Ouachita College, Arkadelphia have arrived fqr a week end yisil With Miss Browri's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown here. Personal Mention , Sophia Williams, sophomore from Hope, participated in a recital presented by the music de- paitment of Henderson State Tea- ehcrs College m the college aud- itoiium Thursday, afternoon. Miss \Vilhams sang "Margaret at the Spinning Wheel," .by Schubert as her number on the program. She was accompanied at the piano by Marjorie Lee, instructor in vocal music at Hcndeisbn. Jerusalem, Dec. 6 — (/P) — Violence erupted anew today in the tense borderland between • Arab Jaffa and Jewish Tel Aviv. Three Jews were killed. A communique from the Jewish underground army Hagana charged the Palestine police with DOROTHY DIX Making Over Hubby News of the Churches SAINT MARKS EPISCOPAL Third and Elm Streets Rev. W. Northy Jones, S.T.D. Acting Rector Dec. 7. The Second Sunday in Advent. 11 a.m.— Holy Eucharist and Sermon. You are invited. FIRST METHODIST West Second at Pine Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pastor Church School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —10:50. Sermon: "Why, The Sacrament?" by Pastor. Vesper Service —5:30 p.m. The High School Glee Club will sing at the Vesper Service and the Youth Fellowship will furnish the program. You are invited to attend this service on Sunday afternoon. THE STORY: It all started after front of my house. There is a turn I had been in Hollywood three, just above Where my driveway months, writing the movie . script for one of my own mystery books —and trying' to • get'-fftlVer :Oscar< Craig. I Xvas having dinner with attractive Jeff Havcrson, my director, nnd talking over our picture. Jeff said that young Jimmy turns off and another a half square down the hill—a sharp turn there with a sheer drop, and' 1 a heavy guard rail-on the outside of the turn. A driver going either up or down the hill-would be practically upon me in the middle of the Peters was to play the detective street before he could ston. Just and that Avis Vaughn, our glamor | as Jimmy had been. I thanked star, had insisted on Art Cleves ! him and said, "I didn't know you playing the male lead. I was curious to know why Avis, almost a has-been, could get her own way about this. But Jeff gave me no satisfaction. Affter he look me STARTS SUNDAY FEATURES 1:00 • 2:58 4:56 . 6:54 - 9:03 ;: 'Dramatic jDywMtte... out of the old west! STARTS SUNDAY NEW FEATURES 1:00 - 3:04 - 5:08 7:12 - 9:16 So TRUE and HUMAN! The Greatest RACE-ROMANCE Sinco "BROADWAY BILL" Don AMECHE Catherine McLEOD BoscoeKARNS-JohnRIDGELY Kitty IRISH M FRISCO *. v 1% ?' ^ i lived up this way." 1 "Four houses up," he explained. "The green stucco." "Well, since we're neighbors, ston in for a drink sometime.' "I will." Then shifting gears, "I'm clue at the studio now. See yon later." There was nothing in particular for me to do at the studio tha hits o home, I discovered my beautiful Persian cat lying mangled and half-dead in the driveway. I put her to sleep with a bit of the poison I always kept on hand in case I over started rememberinc i . , mi • •. , , too much. That night I dreamed ' morning. The inevitable again of Oscar -and Man'o. I i re-writing wrLilt come later, or woke up screaming. I thought of scenes that clidn t quite .lell helore the po son - . . . and started to i ho cameras-dialof-ue hat failed ' 'to click. So, after checking in with my secretary to let her know where I'd be if Jeff wanted me, 1 went on over to the studio makeup department to get myself that Bq EPSIE KINARD NEA Fashion Edttor New York— (NEA)— Furtrimmed coats have more to offer this fall .haii tax exemption. They cut a swathe as handsome fashions. Many styles draw upon the Parisian couture for their fashion inspiration. Fur kept safe from the levy makes trimming that distinguishes coats and adds the new look to their silhouettes. Stand-offish pockets of fur are used to round out hiplines. Fur tuxedoes pdd new dimension and extra warmth to domino coats. turning an armored car on the Jews, killing a small child and wounding a woman. It said one member of Hagana had been killed by British troops. The communique said the situation was "worsening" in the borderland area. Fires flared from three or four small Jewish homes and observers said "general panic" prevailed in the Hatikvah and Yacob quarters. Three Jewish dead and two wounded -were brought to a Tel Aviv hospital from the trouble area, one of the worst hit spots in Palestine since the start of Arab- Jew riots stemming from Arab resentment over the United Nations decision to partition the Holy Land. Hagana charged that two police armored cars had fired into Jewish homes and added that the police had been given orders to "shoot to kill." HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 North Main H. Paul Holdrldge, Pastor All the members and friends of the Tabernacle are urged to be present Sunday. This is World Missions' Day and also we will be partaking of the Lord's Supper together in the Morning Worship service. Come and worship with us. Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Guy E. .Basye. superintendent. Morning Worship—11. Pastor will speak. Senior C.A.s—6:30 p.m. Miss Eugenia Kesner, president Junior C.A.s —6:30 p.m. Miss Syble Sims/ director. Evangelistic Service —7:30 p.m. Pastor will speak. Tuesday: Tuesday Bible Class— 2 p.m. Christian Service Brigade — 7 p.m. Girls' Chorus Practice — 7:15 p.m. Wednesday: HI-C. A. Brigade —6:30 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study —7:30 p.m. Choir Practice follows. Thursday: Women's Missionary Council —2:30 p.m. Saturday: Sardis Service — 7 p.m. Yoke«. cnllfii-c nnd . of fur balance the hemlines of full-back swag- f!"-«. On the Paris-inspired full-back! coat ot two-toned British tweed, at riphl, lynx curves over the sloping dolman shoulders like a shasgy cape. For easy removal of the fur, the capo ties on with a fabric bow. A large collar of mouton dresses un the wool suede 'swagger, left — another American interpretation of a Paris fashion — which owes its new look to Ion nor length, softer shoulders and fuller swing. I didn't, take the poison! Something stopped mo at the bathroom door. immobile. Held Held me me there there slowly but surely the hypnotic power of the death -dream was shattered. When I could move again, I crept shivering and sobbing back into bed and cried heartbrokenly until dawn came through the Venetian blinds. I got up then and took a shower and toweled until a little color came into my face and I began to look loss like a walking zombi?. Then I wont down to tne kitchen and browed a pot o£ coffee. Afterwards, I found a hoc; raid a spade in the garage, loi't by swv.o long-vanished gardener, and managed to dig a fair-sized holo in one of the flower beds. I nuritJ my cat there in the sunshine. I was walking o round in the middle of the roadway, looking for some evidence of what miijht have happened the night before. when an automobile horn bl'r.'cd in my ears. A small blnck coupe came to a protesting stop. I recognized the puzzled .'n.-e of Jimmy Peters, who was to play the detective in my story. "What are you doing'.'" he asked naturally enough. "My cat was killed last night. Hit by an automobile, I think. I was looking for signs of where it might have happened." He began to grin, a friendlv impish grin. "You'd better .watch out or they'll be burying you along with the cat." His advice wasn't altogether n The roadway is steep in Hospital Notes Branch Discharged: Barniim Wright, lit. 1, Hope. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Homer Fuller. 1U. 2, Hope. Discharged: Joe Morgan, Rt. 1, Hope. Claud Taylor, Hope. Josephine Admitted: Mrs. Dilla Cornelius, Hope. Mrs. Florence Anderson, Hope. Mrs. Bruce Allen, Garland City. J. T. Bowden, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Henry Elledge and little son, Patmos. Ravella lipstick. Ravella, a thin tense woman with the exaggerated hair-do and make-up of a store window dummy, appeared and disappeared, driving her horde of assistants with sharp orders. Finally she found time for me. "What can I do for you. Miss Donn?" I told her. She' took me into a curtained booth, seated mo before a mirror and turned battery of bright lights on my face. Deftly she painted a series of experimental pouting mouths on my startled face. One was the shade of sciuashed raspberries. She examind this with a nnrrov.'ed intent gaze. "That, is almou the color tone. . ." I wanted to be helpful. "Sometime'; a lipstick color changes on mv lips." "You're acid," she said shortly. I grimaced. "I have been accused of that, too." Of course, she had no sense of humor. "Ahhhhh." she trilled. "Rut you do not understand. Tf is some acid in you which affects the chemicals in the Unstick col- oriiip-. I counteract that with alkali in the lip ronsrc itself. You poo. to be o successful cosmetician one has to have a Ihorough knowledge of chemistry." Top The count of deaths since the partition vote in the United Nations last Saturday night rose to 37 Jews, 23 Arabs and two Armenians. The Hagana member killed today was identified as Jacob Shiff, a group commander. Jewish informants said he was slain by police who entered a house where nine Hagana members 'had been lodged in the Hatikvah quarter. Eight members of Hagana were arrested, the informants added. Hagana accused the police of "hampering" Jewish security forces and said Hagana members were arrested for distributing leaflets printed in Arabic appealing Jor a halt to mob violence. The chattering of guns, exploding of bombs and fire in the trouble area brought an abrupt en d a short-lived lull on the Holy Land Sabbath. Earlier in downtown Jerusalem thousands of angry Jews swarmed into Jaffa road and stoned Arab vehicles in retaliation for attacks on Jewish buses. Several' Arabs were slightly by flying glass when buses FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Wm. P. Hardegree,. Minister Sunday School —9:45 a.m. We have classes for all ages. You will enjoy visiting one of our clas- es. Morning worship, Communion, and Sermon. The special music will be an anthem by the choir, 'Unto the Hills." Meeting of the Official Board at 2 p.m. in the Men's Classroom. The time of the meeting has been changed in order not to conflict with the Teacher Training School being held in Prescott on Monday night. Junior and Senior CYF— G:30. Our young people should take advantage of meeting with this group. 7:30—The evening service will be in charge of the Women's Council, and a special program has been arranged in observance of Woman's Day which is always on the first Sunday in December. Monday — 2:00— The regular monthly busi ness and missionary meeting o the Women's Council has been postponed until Monday, Deeem ber 15. At this time there will. be a covered dish luncheon at 1 to . . | be followed by the missionar; iniured meeting and a Christmas party. A young married woman wants to know if a wife hasn't a right to correct her husband's faults. "I^t am married to a. very fine man,' <* she says, "of whom I am very fond, but he has many little faults and habits that get on my nerves. For instance, he is slouch;/ about his clothes and never really looks smartly dressed. He is careless about his grammar and his table manners, and he has queer friends who don't fit in with my circle at all, and— oh, he Iocs a lot of things that I feel I should break him of doing. "He doesn't like it, but I think f that not only does a wife have the'* right to correct he 1 .- husband's faults, but that it is her duty to do so. Don't you?" "Um. Well," I replied, "por- haps a wife has the right to correct her husband's grammar fend pronunciation. It may even be her duty to call his attention to his little foibles and to try to rt-edu- cate him and make him over according to her standards; buc, be- ieve me, daughter, it is a mighty hazardous job to undertake.,-, 'You see, in marriage it is a'yi condition, and not a theory thc-t confronts us, and while the idea of making over one's mate to one's leart's desire is an alluring one, especially to women, it is. an atomic jomb that blows a marriage sky iigh when it is put into practice. It wrecks our egos beyond repair. For the real reason that we married the individual that we did is aecause we believed that we found the one human being in the world who was capable of appreciating,, us, and we can't take it wheritf. we find that we don't come up ,.0 specifications. Perilous Habit "In a way, all women must sense this, for it is a matter of record that they never develop a reformation complex until after marriage. In the days of courtship no girl feels it is her 1 duty to tell the Boy Friend of his faults, or to polish up his manners. It is only after the knot is safetly tied that she gets out her hatchet and begins hacking away at his little^ ways. "And that's the beginning of the end of more marriages than any ther one thing, for men have icir vanities and every wife treads pon them at her peril. The min- .te a wife begins giving her hus- iand the sharp end of her tongue nstead of the glad hand, that min- ite she starts for the divorce ourt. For no man marries to get a teacher, or looks forward to com- ng home at night to a correction chool. '. • '^, "Wives are always beating on (Central Standard Time) By The Associated Press The broadcast schedule for year- ond bowl games shows six for airing. Five will be New Year's. The . ether is December 27, the Blue- Grav'at Montgomery, Ala., via MBS. On New Year's MBS also will carry the Cotton Bowl at Dallas, followed by East-West at San Francisco. The other Now Year's games: Rose Bowl on NBC; Orange Bowl on CBS: and the Sugar Bowl on ABC. This makes the bowl lineup identical to last year. Saturday night: NBC—8 Hit Parade; 9:30 Judy Canova; 9 Kay Kyser College. 'CBS—3 Joan Davis and Rudy Vallee; B:30 Vaughn Monroe; 9:30 Abe Burrows song. ABC—7:30 Famous Jury Trials; R:30 Murder and Malonc; 9 Prof. Quiz. MBS—7:30 Hospitality Club; 8 Stop Me; 9 Chicago Theater "Mine. Butterfly." T watched her in the mirror little amused, a little intrisnicd hv her about her personslitv. wondering as I always wonder about people. Seen close, her lacquered unreal nerfeclion broke un into nice dftails of golden brown hair, eyes that matched the Iv'ir in color, and an amazing white s!-:m —alabaster white. In Die mirrors, Ravelin's eyes hnd shifted from mv face, as if she were looking at someone in the reception room behind me— someone I couldn't soc- — thro""h the opening in the curtains. For a moment the mask that was her professional face slipped and an I'molion warm and sweet softened her features. Then her eyes came back to my face and she was once more as impersonal as chilled steel. She said abruptly: "I'll make up a lipstick for vou and have it ready, say by this afternoon, if you want it that soon. You can pick it up at my shop on Hollywood Boulevard. My laboratory is there. Sunday: NBC — 11:30 Eternal Light: 5:30 Hollywood Preview. CBS—12:30 Doorway to Life; 2 N. Y. Philharmonic. ABC—12:30 Sammy Kaye Serenade' 3:30 Warnow's Soundoff. MBS—12:30 Food Conservation program; 1:45 Pearl Harbor Day program. Monday expectations: NBC—8:43 . m. Nelson Olmsted story. . . CBS—11 a. in. Woncly 'Warren were stoned on Zion Square. Arabs said a number of their countrymen alighted from a bus with "blood streaming down their faces." By early afternoon police and Hagana succeeded in dispersing an pry Jews in Zion Square and suhen peace was restored. All traffic was stopped in streets littered with stones and glass. The stoning began in Jerusalem after a Jewish ambulance passed. Jewish sources said the crowds ^became angry by reports that three Jews had been sta"bbed near a burned out theater. Richard Graves, British chairman of the municipal commission, was caught in a melee but escaped unhurt. Prior to the violence both the Arab and Jewish quarters of Jerusalem were quiet and Arab shops opened for the first time since the Arab general strike in protest against partition. This week's death toll in the entire Middle East stood at 110 and damage mounted into the millions of dollars. Belated reports yesterday from Aden, the British colony on the Arabian coast far to the south and east, told of a four-day reign of terror which cost 44 lives, 25 Arabs and 19 Jews. Three hundred British troops were flown in and brought the situation under control by imposing a 24-hour curfew. 7—Beginning the second and.las week of the Teacher Training School which is being held at Pros cott on Monday, Wednesday, anc Friday nights. Thursday— 7:30—Adult and junior choir re hcarsal. heir breasts and bemoaning their misfortune in losing their hus- sands' love, and of their husbands traying off after strange women, and of their husbands growing indifferent to them, and they can't understand how it happened. But the explanation is as plain as the nose on their faces. It is when their wives began nagging them about ;heir shortcomings. As long as a wife burns incense at her hus- 3and's feet and worships him ar>j if he were a little tin god, wilo*' lorses couldn't drag him away Erom her. 'Of course, all men have plenty of faults of which their wives are perfectly aware, but the smart woman keeps mum about them. She lets some other woman tell him." (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) serial Club. on Parade ABC—8 a.m. Breakfast MBS—11:30 Coast Guard 21 Dachshunds Colorado Springs, Colo. —(/P) Georse E. Manzcr., who kept 21 dogs— dachshunds —at his W. H. Trlplett, Lewisville, Ark, I sized up the occupants of the house without kennels, was cited on complaint of neighbors who contended the barking dogs interrupted their peace. A S50 fine was suspended when he showed the court ho was moving to another residence adequately equipped with kennels. waiting room as I went out. There were three or four actresses in camera make-up, and a man, a foppish, foreign-looking man. I would have bet he was the one who had brought that look of tenderness to Ravella's face. ^To Be Continued) FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Hazel at Second St. Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Morning worship — 11. Sermon subject: "Blossoms in the Desert". The Girl's Glee Club-of the Hope High School will sing "Holy Night, Silent Night" by Gruber. Vesper worship —5 p.m. Sermon: "A Transfer to Glory". Young People—0:15. Athel Dean Roach will conduct the devotional. Mrs. R. E. Jackson will tell a Christmas story for the program; and refreshments will be served. A part of the Young People's hour will be devoted to recreation. Church Sunday School Council meeting, Wednesday, Dec. 7 —7 p.m. at the Church manse. MB. Sam Roach, superintendent of the Sunday School, will be in charge. The public is invited to worship at the First Presbyterian Church. Daily Bread u - Continued From rage One should be extended. They don't believe that, the Taft-Hartley Law is too tough. They do believe that taxes should be reduced. Those are not all the 20 answers, but they give an idea of what the majority of these top policy influencers are thinking. In taking time out to answer Mr. Edson's perplexing, momentous questions, they have done the public a conrin, mendable service. Another Royal Wedding Is in Lausanne, Switzerland, Dec. 5 — (#>)—Maj. Jacques Vergotti, private secretary to King Mihai of Romania, said today the king soon would ask the Bucharest government for permission to marry Princess Anne of Bourbon-Parma. Vergotti indignatly denied a London press report that the Romanian government already had forbidden the marriage as the result of a Russian veto. He described the London report —which appeared in the Daily Graphic—as a "stupid, malicious story" designed to disrupt relations between King Mihai and the Romanian government. "It is quite true that the government must sanction the marriage." Vergotti declared, "but the king has not yet given any notice of his intention and will not do so for a few days." Vergotti described Mihai as "very much embarrassed by all the. false reports appeared in the press," which he said had put the king "in a very awkward position." GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street D. O. Silvey, Pastor Rock of Ages Broadcast will not be heard until Dec. 14, when it will be heard from the church auditorium 9 to 9:30 over KXAR, 1490 kilocycles, Hope. Sunday School — 10 a.m. Morning worship — 11. B.TC.— 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship — 7:30 p.m. Monday, Auxiliary • — 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Wade Warren. All members are urged to be pre- MADAM VONGER LICENSED PALMIST tells you exactly what you called to fit/id cut. JMo Questions Asked Located 3 miles east of Texarkana on highway 67. Look for sign,- Located in house. NOT A TR AI LOR. Everyone Welcome Palace Theatre. sent. Wednesday. 7:30. Prayer Service — The public is cordially invited to worship with us at all our ser- CATHOLIC "Our Lady of Good Hope 1 ' Rev. R. F. Boyle, Ass't. Pastor Mass on Sundays at 10:30, except on the 3rd Sunday at 8 a.m. Mass Sunday at 10:30. Sermon will be the third of a series on "The Sacraments". Benedcilio;i after Mass. FIRST PENTECOSTAL Fourth and Ferguson T. F. Ford, Pastor Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship —11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 8 Adm. 50c Sunday Young Peoples Classes — { _ _. j«i^ ,-i« :SO p.m. for Colored Only 6 p. m. hi 9 Sunday Evangelistic — 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Friday —7:30 p.m. Vou are always welcome. For White Only . 10:30 p. m. "Soumfoy, December «, 1947 HOPE STARV H.OPJT, '• OZARK IKE ||rf NOW,MDUMS LADY, /^ FOR PUNISHMENT I VOU STAY RIGHT THERE >X IN THE CORNER UNTIL I CALL YOU/ I DON'T SEE . WHY VOU CAN'T BE COMFORTABLE WHILE YOU'RE BEING PUNISHED SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner By Michoel O'M.lley t, Over a cup of hot coffee, I told Libby and Aw'ta what had happened. IT WORKED OUT AC- 1 CORDINS TO PIAN. AFTER ANITA DID HER LITTLE ACT ON THE PHONE, CHIMES CONFESSED. THEN GROWL ARRIVED. BY THE WAX CALLED HIM? WASH TUBBS :/ t% Bl Leslie Tu .HOW ME5BE DR. t\ TIGHT scjUEEZSwtoi» BUTiTHERe W(\S M IRON SHIELD OflEB. , N OT ONE CH^^lCE IM ft BILUION IT, LIKE THNT ONC..., N FM.HMS 0',THW WOULD TAKE TERfclPlc , [OF HITTIM6 IT 3UST RISHT. BUT . WOULD'UE ORWEM IT IN. TOO! PLfcNE, AN 1 liMIDED IM.TH 1 SMOKE - INSTEAD, \TWftS TORN LOOSE OM ONE SIDE AN' BENT TH' WW. SO W BODS COULD BE J^^A^^EO 1947 BY Nt« aepvi B| f m e Pop's stalimg—he's afraid mother v/il! do as she threatens and pick up part of the tipl" "' '<j COPil. 1»7 BY'MEA"sefiVieeriNcrTTlil."R6C. U. S. PAT. OFF By Carl Andenon Mind if I borrow your cuspidor a minute, guv'nor? The pedestrians are as thick as fleas today!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FUNNY BUSINESS By Hcrshberger DID 1 HEAR. YOU I SURE .' LIKE eig'MT.SOM? VOU / THESE IM THE" VVAMT ME TO / BOOK---WE'LL EARS / NEED TWO PAIRS, YOU? / AMD SORT OF CAPS fe THE L CAM DO .'NOW WHAT OM EARTH IS f WE'LL THIS ALL- / SHOW . . TO FASTEM THEM ON/ DONALD DUCK AND IM SIMON LEGREE/P OUR. COSTUMES FOR. THE DIXIE- MASQUERADF. rl BLOOD-, BALL \ HOLJMOS/ ll -II i II' < II • I 'I'l' 'i' l|'|i COPR. 1947 HY NtA StBVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. Ofr- . "Get your aspirin here—no conference is cbmpleto without it!" ALLEY OOP __ .. - COER. 19a.aY.NlAJ.6ga£Ei-'!iSJAgEa u. s. PAT. OP. Thimble Theater WEU.,I\OOP HAVE I THINK It? BETTER , LOOK INTO THIS MV- SELF.. WHICH MOM'S / SHOULD \SONE T'SEE VEKV WELL. I AM CONFIDENT OF S ' JCCESS ~ 600D TOU(?KAMENT PLAY * A MATTER OF AND /MINE ACE IN EXCELLENT) - ' — : — — / — CHELLO, WIMPY;Q " NOTHIN6 CAN ttV40W,BQO\S»ONGE . ISM), Kinj. Feihim Sjinljiaic, Ira . VI'wW ik-Ms icstrvtd "^b- wt Wft&l kfce. o OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With' Major Hoople VOU MAKE ME PUT ALL AFTERNOON! IM A ART CALLER 1 / TO CULTURE ME--THEW OM TH' WAV HOME PARK ME IM A DUMP LIKE THIS FORA SOLID HOUR.' WE HAD TO HAVE 6ROCERIE: AMD THIS IS THEIR. PARKINIG LOT. EGAD, FATHER/ DOr^T TELL ME vJefPv VOU'RE <=H DARTED 600AAILES O^TKE BACK j^ A WETDOG/-e OF THAT MECUAM1CAL. UORSEFLy/Jf THAT PALLBEARER^, ,—WHV, THE TRIP LASTED Wo ^l LOOK OFF M ^FACE LOGGER THftNi THE MINUTE BETWEE^))COME O^~GTART ROUNDS— LET WE PA06E LOMS ^( (MA ENiODSrt TO COLLECT AA.V vOlTS A^r> ADZSOSTM."/ LAN^D LEGS ' RED RYDER FOUCM5 .R __. ALIVE/ You nor LYNCH-ON THE CULTIVATORS

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