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'• * V1. J4 ,"r* T V - V i 1 * VJ ,' HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Saturday, December 13; 1947 V* • ' tj. • \ ( t -UK. Vgr- * V ' • ' -fc^ • _„ Jl'^ha Arsenal f-t /**#& 76*&t*4efi9 A. M. and 4 P. M. Social Calendar < ,Sunday School *.,ak the 'Hirst (Baptist church a*i«et at tfcetBWidstlonal bxjild- !<HE the-church at sevfcn o'clock •fajwntght for its annual Christis-party, A pot luck supper will ed jand husbands ol the'mem- .Vvill be guests, n Of the-First Baptist Chur- *;;wiil*tneet at the Educational 'ttog ({t 7:15 Monday night lor tegular meeting. iMrs. Bill Kelt- will review the Mission Study te lAll membei's are asked to g something for the Christmas day, December 16' Gleaner s Sunday School ol First Baptist church will Ijupsday night at 7:30 at the ;,of Mis. Byron Hefner with 'John Shiver. Mrs. J L. Rpd- Mrs.-E. S, Franklin and Mrs. .Andres as assocl&te hos- . -This is the annual Chnstm as iijna v gifts will-be exchanged. iss«Beryl Henry will give the de- o&nal. • * Winsorrte Sunday School class e'Flirt Baptist church will eet Tuesday-evening ,at 7:15 at become,,of Mrs. Homer Beyciley, 04,''East Division with Mrs. Mil- jnidrd as associate hostess ^member is asked to bung o the church nursery. The V.F.W. Auxiliary will m at ay evening at 7:30 at the ', Hall For transpoi tation call 335-W * \yi P *p4 Vrhe Cosmopolitan Club will meet "' ,esday night at 6:45 at the home ,.' Mrs. Jim McKenzie at the £P<G. All members are renv.ncU'd io;bring a gift for the tree - lust a Little Continued From Page One by Jan, 15. There's a penally, if you don t. To repeat: all people mentioned in the six gioups above are sup posed to payoff by Jan. 15 what ever tax they owe' on 1947 income You can do it on Foim 1040-ES or Form 1040 If you use Form 1040> it can stand as your final return on 1947 income. It will be easier for you. If ydJ use Form 1040-ES, you'll have extra paper work ahead, and for th's reason. On March 15 you'll have to file your final return on Form 1040 anyway, even though you file a return Jan 15 on Fotm 1040-ES So using Form 1040, instead of 1040-Es, on Jan. 15 will save you the trouble of having . to use Form 1040 on March 15 (The people who don't come within, the six, groups mentioned have (o file their final rotum on March 15 on Form 1040) — T -- o -- ' AP Photo" Con tes* in Arkansas Ends on March 15 DeQueen, Dec. 13 — (#>)— Chairman Ralph Kite of the Associated Press Arkansas State Newsphoto Contest Committee announced today that S100 in prize money would be awarded the winneis The contest, limited to AP members in Arkansas, elosei Mitch 15, 1948, and winners will be announced nt the state AP meeting next spring ' The prize fund was raised "iy contributions from the Texarkana Newspapcis Inc., Fort Smith Times Record & Southwest American, Arkansas Democi at, Arkansas Gazette and the DeQueen Citizen, of which Kite is editor There will be competition in three classes with a total of 10 prizes Fiist places in each division — sports, spot news and tea- lures — will be worth $15. second place $10 and third place $5 The Regular Singing Sunday at Holly Grove There will be a regular monthly singing program at the Holly Grove Methodist Church, Sunday, December 14, at 2 p.m. The public is invited. December 17 The Brookwood P.T.A. will meet at the school at 3 o'clock Wtdncs- , afternoon for its December meeting. The program will be furnished by the students of the school S^tfCh'rlstmas Party at ..phrjstlgn Clmrch Thursday ^The classes of Intermediate bovs , ^rtd\|sdrls of the First Christian VlPmrch bad a Christmas party in Fellowship Hall of the church, sweepstakes winner — the best tiic- turp of all entries — \vill get $20 The contest, ariangrd lo promote The Doctor Soys: BY WILLIAM A, O'BRIEN, M.D. Written for NEA Service Proper food selection should be taught children at an early age. to make them aware of its necessity, and its relationship to health. The nutritional education of the American people has developed c- normously in the last five years, largely as a result of the war effort and of improved economic conditions. Until they reach.the age of H) or 12, children have little opportunity to select their own food unless Hie- ir parents are aware of the desirability of their learning to do so. The school lunch program has been an important element in directing the attention of parents and child- len to the importance of proper food selection. Children • should acquire early in life a willingness to accept, pasteurized milk, the ordinary Vegetables ( cooked or raw),: fruits, who- le-gi amcd cereals and breads, eggs and simple desserts. Children who are sweet-lovers usually cat an in- edequate diet, for normal children seldom crave sweets. The school day should start with a good breakfast consisting of pasteurized milk, tomato juice or a citius fruit, an egg, and a whole- grained cereal or toast. Coffee has no place in the diet of children, for it tends to displace milk. Make Lunch Nourishing The school lunch should include pasteurized milk and a main dish of protein food, such as beans,.eggs macaroni or spaghetti made with cheese or moat. A thick meat soup is also a good main item, .and it may contain some vegetable. Whole-grain bread should be used for at least one sandwich is the lunch is carried, and the sandwich filler should be egg, cheese, meat, fowl, or peanut butter. Jelly and jam sandwiches, or those made of News of the Churches CATHOLIC "Our Lady of Good Hope" 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 a.m. Sermon will be the fourth of a series ou "The Sacraments". Benediction at- Mass. Spa Choir to Feature Out Door Program .Hot Springs, Dec. 13—Carols sung by a'trained adult choir will echo here through the hills and valleys on Christmas Eve from the base o£ Hot Springs Mountain, famous A new three-cent postage stamp commemorating Florida's Everglades National Park will go on "first day" sale in Florida City on Dec. 5. Of special delivery size, the stamp features a heron superimposed on map of state. Mme. Senator? 1 Y t (Eh\irs'drfy evening, The hall was at' "' -'lotiv^elv decorated in the Christ $&s rhotifrj-and gifts were exchan- .edi. Ganies>and contests during the LveixinjJ provided the entertainment SJind • delightful .refreshments were " ,to thirteen young people, fittenajne were: v HarryJones, Hicks, Thyrza Halhbur- ie Cox, Carolyn Jones, Sliieldslt/Tawanna' Green. Don* ~ - Dorothy Bulock, Kelly . .» — ,»..„ Allie^Marlar, Fern Cross. s .aifd^^lob^rf Cox. These boys and e* under- the direction Robert, Rider, of interest in ne.ws pictures, is for photographs- published in Arkansas AP member papers in 1947 £'J Coming ond Golnq '' 'Mrs. Herbert Burns aqd Mrs. William SchooleV spent Fridav ^snernpon visiting relatives and In'NashvMle; Arkansas, Carter Board Tightens Regulations on Cottonseed Little Hock, Dee. 13 — (IP)— The Arkansas Plant Board yesterday tightened regulation? on ceitifica- tion of, cottonseed and set up two classes, one of which was farther divided into two sub-classes. Cottonseed hereafter WJll be "registered" or "certified" Tho registered grade wil be indicated by a purple tag. Certified will be either oK"bliie tag" or-."red tag" grade. The board voted to prohibit movement of sweet potatoes across the state from vveevil-mfested areas of southein Louisiana after April 1, 1948 unless the potatoes are fumigated The board chairman was-empowered to extend the date at his discretion. , ...—o ,— When, at the death of Alexander the Great In 323, his generals divided his empire between them Egypt fell to Ptolemy, and he and his descendants itUed the counliy for almost 300 yeais —o_ spreads of little nutritive value, are not recommended for children. The noon-day lunch, whether carried or eaten at school, should contain vegetables and fruits. Ice cream and fruit, not cake or cookies, are the best all-around desserts for growing children. QUESTION: Is the marriage of first cousins likely to result in defective children? ANSWER: The marriage of closely related persons, including first cousins, may result in the development of superior children, if such characteristics are present, in the family tree, or in defective children if such characteristics are dominant. Egypt is estimated io have been 5)0 percent Coptic ChiisMon wnen conqueied by Wloslom but C >ptic barely ' were. Friday visitors Kock. jSxcept on grain farms in the belt where it is a cash crop, Christians now. '.'constitute five percent of the population is primarily a feed crop. STARTS SUNDAY, OXES Richard Haydn » Victor Mdaglen — NEWS SANTA'S SURPRISE CunslooAollo HANDLE! Women too to HOLD! BRITTON CABOT FIRST METHODIST Second and Pine Streets Rev. J. E. Cooper, Pastor Church School—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship—10:50. Sermon hemc: "Surprising Things That Jesus Did"—Pastor. (This service will be broadcast over Station CXAR. Friends are invited to lis- en.) Vesper Service—5:30 p.m. The Ihoir of the First Methodist church will give the regular annual • program of.Christmas music. Mrs. B. W. Edwards, director and Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, organist. The officers and teachers of the Children's Division of the Church School will meet in the home of Mrs. Earl Cliflon on Wednesday evening, Dec. 17, for the monthly study. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN East Second Street Stephen Cook, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Worship —11 a.m. Sermon: "The Ideal Christian".' The Hope High School Boy's Glee Club will sing "Joy to the World", by G. S. Hendel, at this service. Presbyterian Youth Fellowship— 6:15 p.m. Henry Lyle will conduct the devotional; and C. A. Armitage will spca.k to the group. Miss Ann Barr and Miss Charlotte Tai-pley will be period. in charge of the social Worship —7:30 p.m. At this time, the pastor will be formally installed by a commission from. Ouachita Presbytery consisting of the Reverend Basil Hicks, Arkadnlphia; the Reverend F. R. Young, Mai vern; the Reverend Chauncey Foi roll, Texnrkana; ..and Mr. James Nelson, Arkadelphia. The public is invited to all worship services. :or its natural thermal health springs. The caroling will be enhanced with colorful illuminated tableaux jresented by living characters tell"na the story of the .Holy Nativity. This will be the seventeenth community-wide caroling event, sponsored jointly by the National Park Service and the Chamber of Com- nerce, with Mrs. Elizabeth Bowe Sims, director. The program 'starts promptly at 0:30 o'clock, opening with a candle light procession with organ accompaniment as the white robed carolers, carrying lighted candles, file down the mountainside over Uvo winding paths into the natural bowl in the park below. During the singing of "The First Noel", the tableau of the shepherds and the angels will be presented; the wise men following the Star appears as "We Three Kings" is sung and the manger scene will be-depicted during the singing of "Silent Night." ' DOROTHY DIX Feminine Rulers Mrs. Geronima Pecson of Manila is a candidate for the Philippine Senate on the Liberal Party ticket. If she wins the Nov. 11 election, she will be the first woman senator that part of the world has ever known. Photo by Bert Brandt, on 'round-the- world flight via Pan American Airways. SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL Third and Elm Streets Rev. W. Northey Jones. S.T.D. Acting Rector Dec. 4, The Third Sunday in Advent. 11 a.m.—Morning Prayer end Si-r- mon. Why not come? Here and There ire Arkansas Fayetteville, Dec. 13 —(/P)— Dr. Arthur M.' Harding, former president o£ the University of Arkansas, is seriously ill in a hospital here following a heart attack He was stricken Thursday. . Dr. Harding resigned as president of the university in February 1940 but continued to serve until Dr. Lewis Webster Jones was installed as his successor last June. He had been president seven years. Pine Bluff, Dec. 12 — UP) —Carl A. Illing, Pine Bluff insurance man r ho has been identified with the oy Scout movement here the ast 28 years, died at his home ere today of a heart seizure. He is survived by two sons, two isters and a brother, A. O. Illing, lot Springs. Funeral arrangements were in- omplele. Hot Springs, Dec. 12 •—(/P)—R. E. lartenstein, Little Rock elevator manufacturer, was injured fatally nd two other persons were hurt arly today in an automobile col- ision six miles west of enton. CHURCH CF CHRIST 5th at Grady Lynn Srowning, Minister Bible Study—9:45 a.m. Classes for all ages. Sermon and Lord's Supper— 11 a.m. Sermon; "God's Preventive Measures". Meeting for Young People—6:30 Evening Worship: Subject "Closed Doors". .Wednesday Bible Study — 7:30 p.m. .THE STORY:' It all- started after I had been in Hollywood, three months, writing the movie script for one of my own mystery books —and letting Jeft Havcrson help me get over Oscar Craig. Jeff was director of my picture and a very attractive man. It was a shock to learn that he had been mpuicd for some time lo Avis Vaughn, our glamor star, and that she rotiiKcd to divorce him. Jelf wanted Madge Narney, who looked like Avis, lo play her sister in the film-, but the star insisted on doing both roles herself. Liz Leyden. mv unpleasant collaborator, suggested a small party at my place that evening when ho would try to talk Avis into changing her mind. X "All right," I said sullenly. I didn't like the idea of playing up to Avis, but I knew how Jeff's heart was set on getting rid of that double role business. "It might work I'll call Avis, and invite her . . ." Liz shook his head. "Leave that have her there thii to me. I'll evening." That was the way we planned it. It was when I was crossing Hollywood Boulevard on my way home that I remembered the lipstick Ravella was to have ready me. I looked at the address on the card she had given me. It was only a short distance away, so I turned down the boulevard and drove until I came to it. It happened to be closing time and Ravella was locking the front door of the shop when I came urj to it. She recognized me, which was almost more than I did for her. She had changed into a dark street suit and her hair was simn'v done under a plain but smart little hat. "Ah—Miss Donn." "Yes. I stopnerl to p^t mv lip- stifk. I'm afraid I'm a little late." She held Hie door noon 1'nr me to enter. "That's all right. It will only take a moment to get it for yon." We were alone in the shop. She ]pft me waiting, at the counter and disappeared through a door at the rear of show and came ' back in a moment with a trav holding number of lipstick molds, each one bearing a small paper tag. She looked them over, picked one out. case do straight of it. "Avis Vaughn is kicking up a row about it," I explained. "Naturally she doesn't ws\nt to give up the double role. All the big stars have been doing double roles lately. Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland. And that's just the reason Havcrson doesn't want it. He thinks it has been overdone and that the public is tired of the. trick.' "Oh. . ." "We're having a little conference at my house tonight. Avis and Art and Mr. Haverson and Liz Leyden We're going to try and work oul a compromise.. Leyden thinks we You mean get Mr. Haverson to give up the idea of changing Hie cast — and having someone els: 1 pipy the part of the sister.*" Ra vella's face was bent as she lilted the molded lipstick into iho case I had selected. There it was again. Evuryona so sure that Avis would got hot way. "No," I said shortly. "1 doubt if he'll change his mind about that. He's been wanting another actress for the prrt of the sister from the beginning rmd now that he's found one ported 1 for the part, I don't think he's ^oini- t change his mind. We're goin < t, have to convince Avis Vaughn lha the part of the sister isn'-. wort'i bickering about. I'.'s unimporlnn really." "Now what kind of a you want, Miss Donn." She indicated the lipstick cases on display under the glass top of the counter. My eyesight is very good and I read the price tags plainly. I chose a plain gold one. 'I hear they're making changes in the casting of .your play," she said conversationally. The studio grapevine certainly worked fast, I thought. Evidently everyone connected with the studio knew what had happened that afternoon. "Mr. Haverson wants to," I ad- "Is—it?" "Definitely." Ravella had finished inserting mitted. Ravella's bright eyes flicked over my face, "Wants to —you mean, it isn't finally decided then. I understood ..." If this was going to be repeated she might as well have the the lipstick into the case. She wrapped it now and handed it t me and I paid her for it. Thei as I turned to go she halted me "Wait just a minute—would yoi do a .favor for me," 'What is it?" 'I have a lipstick hero for Mis; Vaughn. She always wants a nev one when she starts a picture Thinks it brings her luck." She laughed lightly. "I suppose she i blaming me for all today's trouble —because I was to have had i ready for her yesterday and didn't It would save me a trip out to he apartment if you'd give it to her Tonight, 'I mean." "Of course I will." She took $ small package ou cf her purse and gave it to m and thanked me. It was 6 o'clock when I reachec home. Without bothering t change I went down to the kitchei and whipped up an egg omelet ant made a pot of coffee. I ate an took a hot bath and went to bee* hoping to catch a little shut-ey before my guests arrived. I fc! I had an arduous evening ahead. I woke up at 8 and it didn't take me long to dress. That's the only advantage of not being beautiful •—you don't spend much time glamorizing your face. I was in the living room checking to see that there was plenty of ice in the freezing unit of the bar when the door bell rang. It was Liz Loydexi. Since it was my house, I tried to be cordial. I said "Hello," and "Come on in," and led him down the shallow steps into the living room. (To Be Continued) FIRST BAPTIST Third and Main Streets S. A. Whitlow, Pastor Sunday School —9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Service —10:50. ermon by the pastor. Training Union—G: 15 p.m. Evening Worship Service—7:30 ermon by the pastor. Fellowship Hour, :15 p.m. Wednesday — ••.•-.. OB- The greatest fault of women is i bossiness. They are born with the | ruler complex, and the deterrnina-1 tion to dominate" all about, them .is so instinctive'that they do not even know that they possess it.-They only feel that they are she-who-must- be-obeyed and that things go so much smoother when they manage them.. . .' ' . :'._, No woman Will admit that she is a tyrant who could have given Nero some valuable -points on autocracy; but. all the same.' it is true that her passion for : power colors everything the average woman does, or leaves undone. This yen for being the head, of • things is a practically universal feminine 'trait that affects even 'the meekest and mildest appearing of their setf. The only women who'ever look like the cat that has just eaten the canary are those who hdve their families under their thumbs. It used to be .that people got all hot . and bothered discussing Women's rights. The subject is never mentioned nowadays because it has been accepted that women have preempted the right to run the whole shebang. But it is interesting to reflect on how completely Managing Mama rules ; the roost. Wife Rules.the Roost Consider, for instance, marriage in which the husband fondly and foolishly believes that he will be the head of the house; but, take it' from me, any such 'animal 'is : practically a museum ^specimen.,In 99 households out. of a hundred it is the wife who picks,out the house they -live in,, who selects the-circle they move in,, who .names the .children, who decides their religion. The wife occupies the domestic throne and the husband is just ; the man who pays the bills. We are always' singing songs about Mother's sacred influence over, her children. It is fine while •they are still in the cradle, but when they get ; old enough to be on their own feet it doesn't work out so well. For Mama-is determined not to relax !one inch of her HopeStor Star el Hsp* ;1I9»J Consolidated January IB. Published every weekday afternoon.by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. C. Palmer, -President fc!«. H, Waihburn, Secretary-Traaiurat at the Star building 212-214 South Wolnut Stre«» Hope, Ark Aim/ M. Wartburn, Editor * Pub|l*a» Paul H. JOMI, Monaglng Editor . . O«orq* W. Hoimir, Mech. Supt. Jtii M. Oevlv. Advertising Monagar Imma G. Thomai, Cashier Entered as second class mot ter at th« f>ost Office at ; Hope; Arkansas, undw ths fct of March 3, 1897. •IAP1— Means Associated Press. (NEA)— Means Newspaper Enterprl.j* ., Association. _ • ' Subscription Rat««: (Always Payable' Jr Advance): By city, carrier per week ,20c per . .month ,85c. Mail . rates— in Homp stead. Nevada. Howard, Miller on* tafayette counties, $4'.50 per vonr: elso »hero ,$8.50. , ^ _ _ .National Advertising 'Representative — Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; .Memphis, : Tenri. fean , . ., . ick Building: Chicago, 400 North Mich- • £ AveriuerNew York Cltv, 292 Madison . Detroit,- Mich., 2842 W. Grana Blvd,; Oklahoma 'City. 314 Terminal Bldg.- fJew. .Orleans, 722 .Union. St. , Member of the Associated Press! Thi Associated Press, is entitled exclusively tc the use for republication of a||.the ,|oca news printed in this newspaper, as.well all AP news dlsDQtches. Hartenstein died in a lere. Robert Glasgow, hospital Omaha, >Teb., and Mrs. Mildred Murray, about 40, were under hospital reatment here for injuries. Hart- ••nstein apparently was traveling lone. from a national'defense motive," Daniel said. "But the idea was put in their heads by a bunch of Washington lawyers and lobbyists -who have contingent fees tied up in old lease applications filed with the Department of Interior prior to 1938 md before oil was discovered. "Since oil was discovered, there s naturally a big pipe that they want to cut," he said. Daniel spoke following a business session at which A. R. Carmody of Shreveport, La., was re-elected president of the division. : Four new vice presidents were elected to represent two new sections of the division. New Orleans, Dec. 12 — 0<P) —Sel- ish interests that stood to profit . government control were be- lind the federal government's chal- enge of state ownership of tide- ands mineral rights, Price Daniel, Texas attorney general said here "ast night. He> made the charge in an address before the Louisiana-Arkansas division of the Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association here. "Some federal officials were sincere in their interest in doing ths The public is cordially invited to 'qrship at all services at Firs Saptist Church. FIRST CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Wm. P. Harderjree, Minister Sunday School—9:45. We havi classes for all ages. 10:50—Morning worship, Com munion and Sermon. The specia nusic will be anthem by the choir 'There's A Song in the Air". 6:30—Junior and Senior CYF. 7:30—Evening worship, Commun on and Sermon. The special musi will be an anthem by the choii Jesus, And Shall It Ever Be!" Monday— 1:00—The Women's Council will lave a covered dish luncheon in Fellowship Hall, and everyone is nvited to come and bring a dish. The luncheon will be followed by a program and a Christmas party. Thursday— 7:30—Adult and junior choir re- I nearsal. j Friday— 7:00—The Service Class will have a dinner, program, and Christmas party in Fellowship Hall. All members are invited to attend. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street D. O." Silvey,- Pastor Rock of Ages Broadcast from the Church' auditorium 9 to 9:30 over KXAR. 1490 k.c., Hope. Cards and letters are greatly appreciated. Sunday School—10 a.m. Morning Worship—11 o'clock. B.T.C.—6:45 p.m. Evening worship—7:30 o'clock. Monday, Auxiliary — 2. p.m. at the church. Wednesday Prayer Service— 7:30 The public is cordially invited to worship with us at any time. GOSPEL TABERNACLE The Tabernacle urges its members and friends to attend its regular services and to hear or attend in person its two new radio broadcasts. The Men's Fellowship Bible Class will be broadcast from 10 to 10:30 Sunday morning and will be known as the "Radio Bible Class". Also you are especially' invited to hear the "Gospel Hour" coming to you from 10 to 10-30 Sunday 'evening. Don't miss these two programs beginning Sunday, December 14 over KAR, 1490 k c., Hope. Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Guy E Basye. Superintendent. Radio Bible Class—10 to 10:30 •3 m H. Paul Holdridgc, teacher. 'Morning Worship —11 a.m. Pas- p.m. Choir practice following. Thursday: Women's Missionary Council —2:30 p.m. authority over her-grown sons and daughters, and to pick out their husbands, and wives for them, de- pide on their careers and keep them,. tied to her apron string. If you * w'ant'ito ;know v why. children are so eager to -leave home, the answer is to. get away from-Mother's tyranny. .And what breaks.up Church, organizations and brings on neighborhood rows and alienates friends and wrecks clubs oftener than anything else? Isn't it almost always the conflict between two noble Christian ladies, each.of whom was. do*- termined to be the boss? And are there any other such pests in the world as our tyranni-?, cal women friends -who try to supervise our diets, pick out our clothes, tell us how to manage our : husbands and rear our children, and who do not leave us one ves- ,tige of personal liberty? Undoubtedly much of the unhappiness in the world is caused by the bossiness'of women and, alas, the worst is yet to come. For what will we do when we have women political bosses? (Released by the Bell Syndicate. Inc.) FIRST PENTECOSTAL Fourth and Ferguson T. F. Ford, Pastor Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship —11 a.m. Sunday Young Peoples Classes — 6:30 p.m. *> Sunday Evangelistic — 7:30 p.m Bible Study Friday —7:30 p.m Vou are always welcome Attention. Contractors-and Home Builders Ready Mixed Concrete Delivered within, 15 miles of Hope. When ypu are ready to pour. Also, Concrete Gravel, Sand and:Road Gravel Lewis• & Garrett Supply Go. Mixing Plant, 'Front cV Laurel Sts. Phone87ior712-J P.A.Lewis Hugh Garrett tor will Senior speak. C.A.s —6:30 p.m. Miss Miss Eugenia Kesner, president. Junior C.A.s —6:30 p.m. Syble Sims, director. Evangelistic Service —7:30 p.m. Pastor will speak. Tuesday: Tuesday Bible Class—2 p.m. Girls' Chorus Practice — 7:15 p.m. Wednesday: HI-C. A. Brigade—6:30 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study— 7:30 ANNOUNCEMENT I take this opportunity to announce to my many friends and customers in Hope and Hempstead County that .I. have been appointed for Hope and Hempstead County WATCH FOR OPENING DATE at 222 East Third Street Temporary Headquarters at the HOPE COCA-COAA BOTTLING CO. Phone 392 or 336 J Me PHERSON APPLIANCE CO. Brents McPherson, Owner Sdhirrfay, De«tember,13, W7 H <M»E- S T A R-, . AJU'* A * S?A;S By Chick Yourtg OZARK IKE WRLL,THBN, WHO ATE ALEXANDER-,-COOKIE.' WHICH ONE OF YOU AtE; MY SANDWICH WHILE I WAS ON THE TELEPHONE?) SANDWICH MISSED EXTft/K ran COODNCS? I DIDN'T, DADDV/ I DIDN'T/ EITHER.' SIDE GLANCES By Michael O'MolUyVlU By Galbraith CARNIVAL By Dick Turner UXJN'T WORRY ABdUf tAKlNG Ute v ^-~— -, Off. f ^^ ON ACCOUNt IT'S LIKE THIS, LIBBY. CAMION,THE BIG JEWELRY /HAN, WANTS ME TO POSE AS THE SORT OF 6UY WHO.MAKlS MONEY WHILE HE SLEEPS. YOU'RE COMING /^*7|rs>v "ALONG AS ^SCENIC j^j^smm ,!ll^air^^ l ^| VlpU MEAN WO'll ME KM DOUEO UP? HOW WASH TUBBS ._. iFELLERX &REVOU WJOTHERONE x -„.„„.,„ .^ . READ IN TH' , \OF THEN WSEfiUfS IHtf \ CONVICTION! W> PAPER WOT VOU 1 DON'T B'LIEVE MOTHIW THEV/ IRtCPklLiSOU'D TOLD TH' COPS, I- CWi'T UNDERSTW4P? .«ow tons iptewr THMidOtbROOF, ftf ROST TW ROOf WOKE M UP. MOT FOOTSTBPS- TH»S»10W 'WOUL 1 ENP6P Kt W e WHITEV. M?'D LlkBTOTlEAR . MORE. OF THEM/ROOF 301STS UKE SOM6 COLD...WD SUPT M \ TWM' TR6WEN30US VYftS UP-THERE'. ON THP^tO FLOOR. 1 . WENT Up TO LOOK COPR. 1947 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF, , By Car! Ander - ' * COPB. 1947 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. 0. PAt. OFF. 'Can't I stay up till Mrs. Brown starts,talking politics? il-want-to see Dad make her eat her words like He caid he wouldl" ( "Another -thing-^-we : don't believe in loading you down, with a lot of accessories!"FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberqer STAND- BACK— HERE Goes ONE.'.iwTHE BULLS-EYEI DARTS :/?on .PATES. IF. "A, '.DART HITS A &mus '•' HER- .FOR. THE '•'•DIjCiE- . - MASQUERADE. DONALD DUCK WHATfeE THE5E?' TEN BUCKS!: TOO MUCH PAL.' DO'THINGS HARD We're having a tough time keeping ahead of winter!** ALLEY OOP BUT I HATET0 / RUN. R|SHT ALONG? V fi|VE HIM A, I OH.' SO AND LEWS JUST TELL ALLEY VOU I TALL ^YARN. A..WELL.I WONT YOU WITH THIS--; MANASEP it? ESCAPE / ABOUT WHKT V HAVE TO THIS TERRIBLE X WHEN - r ' TRIEC>TO S\ AN AWFUL . . 7 STRETCH MONSTER.' «C\ -RESCUE >»U.'. / _>< \ PREDICAMENT I FA'CTS TO x .,fh.IN.SEE! V TELL HIM THAT... .BECAUSE. TAKB It FROM '', MB. YOU UTTL»-.£pP*,.V 1 Q«N: J THAiT SORILLA WA|*i$ ! T> / ,, up,.youXL HwyEi WUR r Thimble Theater /hiw3i\ UOOT<IN ^ T VIMPY IS NO- GOLFER/ I CAN'T * I SHOULD HAVE USED I MV GLOVE// DNE DOWN/.' po YTHERE ARE 17 ^ MAQINE HOW HE./MANAGEDTD VOU CONCEDE <7 MORE HOLES NICE PUTT; MR.} M4ANPREWS .'/ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople EGAD, BANKER BROWrt! I'M RESUMING RrtArlClAl/f THIS IS A I RELATIONS \MITH VOUR DEPOSITARY-—£ME A <& gLO^M TO *-• I DROVE BY AMD SAW YOU SITTING VvWCHlNG A PAINTER WITH A STICK, JUST LIKE THIS.' NO WOM- DER VOU LOOK LIKE A VJET RAG OM A HOOK/ NO WONDER. YOU LOOK UKE A KITTEN BEIM& CARRIED • NO—— NO WONDER OUR, BROOMS LOOK LIKE PIANO PUSHERS.' CHECK HERE FOR *i,ooo AS A STARTER/--LATER, \1 THE FACTORY DNItiENDS POUR I^.T EXPECT M KEEPERS HERE COMES A FLOOD OF TO HAVE THE CASH DEUN- EREDBY ARMORED TRUCK HA(?-RUMPH/ t see, MA3OR K KOOPLE-—SliSTM^ CHECKS. HF\MD \T 1b THE <^ TEULER.'—B^THepT'. ll-rstues WAV, DID VOO EVER Y; COMER-THAT 41-CEMT OVERDRAFT OF LAST APRIL? 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