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   Stephens Star (Newspaper) - September 9, 1954, Stephens, Arkansas                                 St e p hen S Star  VOLUME IV — NUMBER 49  STEPHENS, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1954  PRICE FIVE CENTS  Sight-Seeing In Colorado Is Detailed By Fred Ward For Star  • , , I „ i®y' i'RED WARD) (Peak adjacent by that name. Rock  One highlight of the Senior class; DENVER (Special^ Sight Seeing formations like horns extend out of Stephens High Schrtol was the i and matters of Interest otherwise: from the peak to give the peak  S. H. 15. Senior Class Nèws  arrival of class rings here Saturday. They are oval shape with a large f'S" High School") ijj center of the blue, pearl, black or sol-  American Legion Meets Sept. 14  The Smart-Mellon Post No. 288  will have their first meeting of  1054-55 Tuesday. Septemibej- 14 at  7:30 at lihe American Legion Hul.  All members are urged to attend  , - ^ - ' -„ I this very important meeting, and came my. way the past week and, the appearance of the horns usually'^ memiber with you.  maybe some of them may be of shown in pictures of the devil. In , commander Bob Paisswater and Ihterest to rny friends and neigh-1 the afternoon we drove on south; officers have a good year  planned and want all to help boost the activities.  , bors at Stephens—Stephens one of over the Ramant Range road, a id gold, whichever the student; the best places, and made up of scenic drive. For most of that drive chose, with 19 on'one side and 55: some of the best people and neigh- ¡we were in wooded areas, on top on other. i . . . - . i  There are 29 members In the Senior class of 1954-55 who met recently for organization.  Officers of the class are: Don Smith, president; Travis Linkous, vice president; Mary EllzafbeCh Beasley, Treasurer; 'Darrlel Hol-den, Reporter; and Shelliy Sanders, ifecretary. ' ' "  The'newspaper .staff chosen are: Louise Wilson, Editor; Betty Jean Weldon, Assistant Editor. The Annual Staff is composed of:  bors, to be found anywhere. Yes,' of a high range but much of the' I like Colorado, and find the state I road was fairly level. Blue moun- i  and the city of Denver to be places of special Interest and wonderful  tain asters, dwarf goldenrod, coral flowers, and other blooming plants.  Smart Field News  Mrs. Ethel Murphy l.s visiting !  Stephens Written Up In Texarkana  Editors Note: The [ollowing was lifted from ^Texarkana Gazette and was wHlten by Fred Ward:  STEPHENS, Ark. — (Special) — Tlie city of Stephens is located on the Cotton Bell Railroad about 65 miles east of Texarkana but well in the Texarkana trade area. It has a population of approximately 1,500 inhaibitants and i.s rated as one of Ihe most aggressive small I cities of Arkansas.  Social Notes  scenery, but for satisfactory living i added to the beauty. The road side  I choose Arkansas and Stephens, i curtained by thick growths of as- - - v. .,11 , , i.  Friday night our party attended I pen, fir. spruce, and mountain pine 1 her daughter, Mrs. Oaughon Mer- „, f, tephens came imo the playing of the "Calne Mutiny | enhanced the beauty. But often we '•i^«' «"d family at College Hill. , „"V®  would come to an opening at the Mrs. E. H. Davis of Magnolia »aikff was buUt th^  *'-. and Mrs. Maurice Al-M" t^^ early part of the 1880's. For |  Court Martial" at historic Central City. The play had a full four weeks  head of a canyon and then as far  run with a full house every night! as eye could reach there were the and was presented by top actors i majestic Rockies, blue as the sky  visited Mr. len the past week.  half a century it reinaincd 11 ¿mall village with farming as its only '  .S P., OOU.., W^aen cc-i ^wu. ^^ ^rS ^ SsRII^SFrf SSif^L-r-^^L  Colorado sun. As we drove we were because of the death of Mr.  ey, and Steve Brodie, with a strong supporting cast. But more interest-  T. W. Lee, uncle of Mr. Vernon. ! In April 1920 Arkansas'-: first Charles C. Hall, son of Mr. and . producing oil well was brought in  nmi qiAnhPtis TTHltor- Ruhv Smart ' oui^^uiwub uaav. ouy, iiiuic .nuciwo^- i uoioraoo sun. AS we arove we were  Em Central, constantly approaching pike's Peak  file? kusln^ss MaSer- P^^ ^h® I" and the beautiful city of Colofado elcy Business Manager, fa-incia  trai City was truly a  twenty thousand likely, but nowjc^nded from the high Rampant : ^ ^^^^ bubble burst after a'  •fc'sale for their annuals and would « P-—- u. , „„d swiicn oacKs. un me r.m 01 » ^ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whisman of few yearns and ihe town .settled  n n^davròen ^r.n.f T.n Hn,r fh. rZ-«rio ' Mrs. Clarence Hall, has been pro- three miles northwest of the town. clS some sT^ilSnl^^ Pi« ^ Corporal. A boom followed and the little  hi? nn^i^P'^L"®/^^^^^ is stationed at Fort Hood, farm village became a musHroom  Midland. Texas spent the weekend ¡down again to a slow moving farm  .n^he ^o-/I "aHc ,n S'r a-^SriacSii^n ^ ^ No. ^nU, was ..ere  at the top. A special committee is working  Again  from the earth. One mine on main jjg„ of  the old bars, saloons, board walks, Ijoo)^ forward to seeing the movie _________________  /V spcum. ----" ; "The Looters" in which Julia Ad^ ^Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marsliall. otiher major development Half  mi plans for the 1954-55 senior class, days^T^e^h^ar^ ^ Little Rock born actress Smart. the business houses wo va can  i nSnaic L .1 f^^®'^ «^a'-s- ! Mrs. P. C. Steehnan tenants and property vnJuSs h d '  ! dollars worth of gold were dug ^galn we drove through the Gar- I and children of Arkadelphia visited dropped to ihe bottom fDui-na hp  r'^.-i.^fh no,.,!«» nhiM-r^h f^r deoi-Gssion of ihf> -«n.. ."L,., i  Mrs. Mayfield Given Party  rir^H'c «f rninrnrio the CorUith Baptist Church tor depression su-ec^,,.now , abandon,_ «ave up i-,S gS ^'^JSSJT^.IS. """  30s several over by the loan companies But when a new  = ^ -- „„covered . Ma. „,  some pro-specting for uranium. The ^¡ve ^ tjie name. There are "lany ^^^"®-^ ionera house is still maintained „i„ees In Colorado with  1941 the town took on new life.  are not modern opera chair« but  Mrs. Walter Keith and William Hare entertaüied at home of Mrs. Hare on Thut.Jay  waiÄläre stuVdy-oTk-or hickory without M r L  ^^JiSi'^S^ScSr'^iS^'ff Äi New LUD bCOUT  Sy friends and nelghbor.s call- miles from Denver with « «c^ n L CnriTIOfl  ed durW the appointed hours, each drive through a canyon much of f^QCK rOrmeU one pr^enting^e honoree with : the way and through several moun-  ed Mr. and Mrs. James Ainswoitn fon^^j ¡i^g ¡j^^t  of Texarkana Sunday. They were uncovered in the àrea.  accompanied by M/«, . Now the citv of Stephens has  ^ Smart who visited her s.ste.. H^l- place" amons the uggres-  ' ^ anri VlfkU- Of «''•'c. giowmg commLnilies of the  one Rnw^ ; tain tunnels but a modern high- meeting Tuesday night 15 and^aìSily.' ^ ^ Oil production has reached the  " way. To add to the interest and ».n^egLstered for member-. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Cheatham »f •'»PP'"®'''"]"-  ^ behalf of the Stephe^^ M^hodi^^J^^^^^ ^^ deer • ^^ ^^^ X 450.000 barrels per month.  in headlong into the right 'Sf Stephens. An application Mr. Carter of Dallas. Texas wc^.' This means an mcome of a'bout a  to the Maj^ield family in appre- ^ ^^ ^^^ instantly r Sias been made. : Smdav visitors in the home of Mr. "i Hion dollars monthly from roy-  clation of the work done by them ^ ^joe. :'Of cnariei » ' and Mrs Lewis Smart. :>lty. And then there i.s employ-  in the choir, and oUier organica-ì gundav we took dinner and with District Scout officers Herman " and Mrs Clyde Williams and ment for several himdred citizens tions of tlie church. ■ ^^^^ Richard's family, (Besi's B. Cowart and Mr. Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs.i'with a good pay roll in addition to  brother from Lawrence. Kansas» Camden were here and gave the jj ^oyc-s of McNeil Monday royalty checks. One refinery, that we drove some thirty miles south fii^t lesson of four on Cub Scout- • of the Berry A.s-phalt Company,  and ate dinner on the devil's head, jng to the parents and leaders of BapUzin» ••»»« vioe oi the Cor- proo»ew\s 25.000 b.-trmls Pi! per  . a small mountain park called "De-; u,e Prnck which will have'thx^e Baptist Church were held Stai- nwMh. Tlie baltince ol riic pro-. _ head Park" from a mountain Dens. dav afternoon at 2:30 at the Hpll's duction is either pipe line or ship-  aTipolfftments and arrangements of , . m.^^h^r Lake There were three candicittes ped by rail and truck to refineries  Joe Morgan and Howell Fhicher  are to be Cub Scoutmasters Com- foi Baptism^ i ^^^^  mittee men are: Marvin Green, Hall. Gay Neii  RefreshinenUs were served from a taible laid with green satin damask cloth with an arrangement of fall fkywers In an antique copper and br^^ «persn«» Other a'iipolfftments and an fruits and flowers throufrhout the house completed the theme of the j fall season. i  Corinth Ladies Auxiliary Meets  Rebecca Chapter Waste Paper Drive  Sue I in other cities. Hollan and fluth Stephens is a town of churche.s  H i^an Sam Cu'v Rav D^^ Ann V^illiams, There was a l)irge and .schools. Methodist BaptLsi, H R^.n,. miL Den crowd in attendance for this ser- church of Christ and the Nazar-  and Mrs. GaUKhon Me  O B Nelson, and Biljce Ellis. Den Mothers for the three groups are: vi^.  with MIS. Maivin ^^e hom  Ellis  raUiV^e kW. wl^n ihey ^^^! ^uSie" andnV;^^  been completed the f'^ft official visited jne^^^^  cub Scout meeting will be held ^^mdv^ visited ^s.  probably during the thud week Andrew Mu%hy Wedne.sday ai^r-  Rebecca Chapter, Order of East- Bruce ____  ern Star, is sponsoring a Wa.ste Green, assi.stant: Mrs. Sam Curry uinncr gue.si.N m hil ......  r , paper drive to raise funds for their with Mrs. Howell Fincher, as-slst- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams  "Hie CorUith Baptist Church La- ^®^»' Q^hapter, with headquarters ant. ; urday were Henry and Jame  dies Auxiliary met Wednf.%«v «r the Green's barber shop on Ruby The next lesson on Cub Scouting sac Williams of Bucnu yista.  tcrnoon, Sept 1 In the „i St. Anyone havini; newspaper.s. will be taught at the Marvin Green, Sally Wllliain.s of Stcphen.s.  Mrs Ray Cannon magazines, or cardboard may carrv home tonight by Mr. Cowart. inne Williams of Shreveport.  The meetlnK was called tbem to this location, or call the All adult workers In the Cub Scout Ethel Murphy and Mr. and  bv Mrs. Marshal! Smart The ooen^ t^O'"«"'ttee for their area .-ict-up and the three den chiefs Andrew Murphy, Tommy and  Ina song was "The Olor« innrt" which Is listed below: will be present for the remaining Ice.  Wuv " Praver was led bv Mrs Addition: C. B. and Ora Uire« lessons, when they Have ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarenec San J. B. Miller. ' ¡Barker, 4351.  mJ?® ^ Snlder-Niekolson area and Thürs- probably  ProCoH hi ® A .¿L"® ton Beasley, Rufus and Smart St.s.: E moJith  '' Ray Cannon. '• Duncan. 2051. terested in your son becoming at  At the clo.«ie of the busine.s.s se.vl Hoke Smlth-J. P. Hollis street I »L kl  slon the roll was called and an and North Ruby StreetrElva DavU J'«'''« LlDrarV NeWS  offering given. ; 2981 and Mildred Babb 4041 the den motheis. i-iMi wi j i^v**»/  The study, hour was In charge of Beverly Morgan Arek: Ma Passwater S ephens  Mr«. Clarence Hull. The les.son%'as MoTgan 3821 aid Sim? Cmvath '""¿i'nhl."' '  on "Ruth and Samuel." The meet- 3262. * Stephens.  Ing was closed with prayer voiced! North Onyx Street: Lou Pruitt, by Mrs. Clyde Williams. i'J481.  The hoste.s.s servod refreshments North Chert Street-school area; of angel food cake and Cokes to Hazel Jenkins, 4711, and Elma the following: Mrs. O. R. Guidry, Orcen-M. L. Hall-Lee Pruitt St.: Mrs. Clarence Sanders, Mrs. Virgil; Norma Williams. 2041. f RogerMr«. Cliircnce Hall, Mrs. ( Berry Asphalt area: Mary E. Cecil Drake, Mrs. Clyde Williams,' Tarver 2491  Mrs. Raymond Autrcy, Mrs. J. B. i camden Hlghway-Old Camden Miller and Mrs. Marshall Smai  ISat Is-  iflrs. :;!or-irs. 1rs. an-  liers ^  Carter Family Reunion Held  923 Enrolled In Stephens Schools  TTiere are 023 total enrollmifent in ^'the Stephens and*t^rver Sehool.s, according lo announcement by the Superintendent of Schoote Henry Ward. There la a total of 351 in the Stephens School and 572 In the Carver Colored School, Compared to last school term this Is 28 less, as there were 951 enrolled. This was a loss of 27 in the Stephens School and one In the Carver School. Most of (he loss In Stephens School was among the Intermediate age due to many families moving out K^of town.  Mr, Ward said he expects the Carver School enrollment to reach 800 In the near future. Many hind  «  For Stephens  The new .school year opens v| approxinnitcly five dozen new bo 1 in the high school library. I Most of the new titles arc bii ifiction, which are needed to mt-'i the North Central As.sociation tommendalions made last spri Library classification of the 1 books covers a wide range ol .sb-lies will be listed i d  _______ __________. . nnotated in .sub.scqu it  StreetTNelVie baVis^ 2325, and Ruth their children aivd grandchildi en: news item.«;. Davis. 3391. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Westmoreland' All books in tiie present gr fll • ----- A-lir.oitxiM ,ol new ones were examined by  3501  ene.s h;ive churches here. New ritt, church buildings have been ercct-lited pd or will be erccied in the near Sht. future T\vo modern .school fur-ni.sh educational opportunities for the nearly one thou.sand children in the Stephens .special school district. Negroc.s have equal educational faci'lities with the white cliil-dren in a plant ercclcd liiree j'ears ago that is as modern as any to be found in the slate.  With a wide awake uroup of businessmen the future of the city is briL'ht. Maybe not for any .sensational gro'^th but for an aiiarcs-sive program that spells proKress and a good place to live and to earn a living.  Stephens offers nn c.\cclleni location for small iivdustno.s and espcially for tho.se industries that use a large amount of oil.  Tiiere is 'itill .some farmniK done bU't mostly in addition to oil production the chief industrie.s arc cattle raising and imber.  I. B.! Camden Hlghway-Old „«¿»«"oe" » ^«.tPr n of f?r ^ family reunion 1 books covers a ' >1. ' Highway: Nellie Davis, 2325, and "pre- Jects. Titles wi  Ì Ruth Davis. 3391. ^ Thr n^^ annotate  ! South Chert Street-South Ruby seni lor luc uv-^nj«"»  nrf^hiiiirpn" news items.  librarian before purchasing. F  Sland Avenue. Nora Mae Hare and I^ug . , Arlin^on Te^a^: 01. and Juanlta Green, 2881. Mr. mTk M G  South Onyx Street-South First veport La., ^^^ j eye appeal, good print excel!  Street: Alene Green. 2651, Myrtle and variety of .  Key, 3331 and Flora Nebon. 2712. Mrs. Vance ^ "^'^'^'^Susan-^ matter to supplement tea  To make handling easier, the.Huey Long. M k« and Sijsan. Mr^ materials as well as to m  coilt ee suggests that the ma- and Mrs. Harold Ray England and teSs be tied in bundles. If Im- Kenneth Wayne: and Alvin Carter nosslble to contact the committee jr.. all of Steplwns. 5f your area, call Alene Green,; Relatives enjoying ice cream 2651 Myrtle Key. 3331, or Flora and cake with the family in the  •2651. Myrtle Key. Nelson, 2712.  Community Hymn Sing Organized  i afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ;, * ^ Linkous and Mary Virginia. Mr. I tere.sis. i and Mr.s. Macus Linkouii all of i Stephens,  ing  the intere.sts of the .studenUs. Th books will be attractive and im esting to adults for their own re ing as well as for reasons ol sh Ing their children's reading  Picnic For Corinth Bible Hour '  Lester Prlmm was elected presi- members of the Corinth dent. Wiley Staggs. vlce-pres dent, » ^ V ^^^ ^ enter-.......... -______________ -- and Otto Prlmm. «cretary-treas- cm  ranees among the students, have ; urer of the Community Hymn Sing" V Clarence Hall Fri-  caused the enrollment to decrease. | which was orfi^nized at the Har-. After a number of  There are 83 enrolled In tJie Car-1 nmny Baptist Church here Sept., ^ nYnUd sandwiche.s ver School Plr»t Grade and 40 .stu-ficnts In the Stephens School First Grade. j Thursday  SCIIOOI.. NEWS  |A.«phalt hrtald tUe was put in , ilie six elementary rooms and in ^Ihe o^t'fo occupied by Mr. Sand  comp.,,l»l» tor „umbe,,.^^^^ Economics  ^""""i îo' Department News  day night.  TTiire a of 73 member« of the Glee aiubK, according to announcement by Mr.-tewls a«rd-nflr.leadi" , T^—e or« 49 in thp Jun'nr niee club and 31 In the Seiinr Cli'ib There were 63 enrollad hiM school term.  FOR pKoslHv ÍFrost Man.  PTA To Meet On Sept. 14  The iirst nicctin!,' of tiie 19.'>4-3.')  PTA will be Tuc.sday aftrrnou!),  September 14 at 2:40 o'clock at  the High School auditorium with  tlie president Mrs. Marvin Green in  charge This meeting will be "Oct  re"''looked'fir wcre 'inieresi ijd Acquuintcd Day." All FTA mom-les luurvtu i-pgistcr. Visit hiinu'  rooms and have tea in the Home Economics Living Room.  Every parent and school patron should be a mem'ber of the PTA. The membership drive ¡.s now in progress. Mrs. Sam Curry is mem bershtp committee chairman, other members of the committee are room mothers for each grade, l.st Mrs. Paul Poincrfield, 2iul, Mrs. Fiank Jamc.s Dav;-s, Urd Mrs 0 Bruce Ellis. 4th, Mrs. Clifford e Robertson. 5th Mrs Robert Jackson and Mrs. Howell Fincher, B'h Mrs. Fred Duncan and Mrs. Harvey Frazier. 7th, Mrs. Howard Gray.son, 8th Mr.s. H. T. Paniu'll and Mrs. Tlnirston Beasley, 9th. Mrs. Agee Crumpler, lOtli. Mrs Clayton Key. llth, Mrs. Sammy Rpvelcy.  If you have not been contacted, see one of these. Join the '"TA uid be pre.sent for the ijet Hiqyainted meeting, and enjoy t»ie eight nro-grnm.s to follow in the months ahead under the theme "Youth, the , Community',s Inves'tnuMU in the Future."  Notice the meetina tln\(> change 2:40 p. m. insiteud of 2:30.  'Come to the library. Exam the new books as well as the ones. Find a book you'd like read and check it out. V/e'll gl you plenty of time to enjoy It wi ou^ being rushqd. Watch fo,- Ij Ing of new titles.  14 G. A. Girls In Service  The Home E«onomic.s classe.s  Mrs. R. E. Snider, SUperlntdd-ent of W.M.U. Liberty A.sKoclat Camden. will present the que.st and changes to 14 menrbers of G|s Auxiliary of First Baptist Chu Stephens, wyp will be recogn at a Coronation Service "CH In« the Forward Steps" Wed day rv'ght. Sept. 15 at 7:30 o'c at the church. The girls have been exam  B.T.C. Youth Rally Held At McNeil  met their regular class on Tues-1 by reviewing councils in advafc-  day. Durinii thnt lime the students wrote autobiography and here was clas-? dli't'U'^sion on what they expect of Home EJconomlcs. The BTC Youh Bally of the First I Tlje ,<.tudpnis in ench c!.a.ss wore ; are tntermedlate G. A. lead Columbia Baptist Asisocialion will j;erved cookies and lemonade, us I Mrs. James Heard and Mrs.  ment In their forward steps  Mrs. Marvin Green is People's Director; Mrs. C. B,  meet Monday night, Septemtoer 13 ^discussion conti.iupd. In this wny 1 ford Rober.son. Junior O. A, lfa-'7:00 o'clof k in the home of Mrs.  ten D«ep Fre««» In runnlUB with Pleasani View BaptUil ChurtAi It helped the ftudnnis and twacher, jors. r-nnrtltlnn. ReftDonnbly priced, of McNeil, The public is Invltod Mrs. Nomn Hnrifia, to bpcome bPl-^ Everyone Call 2fiS4. Btdpheqa, Aflt. adv. to aU«nct, ter ncqunlnted,  I9 Invited lhi.s beautiful i^ervice.  to lit  W.M.S. Will Meet On Monday  The WMS will meet at the First  -------------- --------------Baptist Church Monday at 2 o'-  kor, Mrs. C. Nel8on,_aud Nell J4?s clock fo^ Rovai Service proirram.  " i; Buslnei:« Womttn's Circle of the f* WMS will meet Monday nKht at  SaiTvmye Toison with Mrs. Ed Mo-A Panlfil, oo-hostess. .Mrs. Edna Davis is leader of the prouram.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butcher visited with his ¡sister, Mrs. Guy. Bvadshaw Tue.sday night in the' home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman! Ketchens in Camden. Mrs. Brad-! haw, who is suffering from a heart ¡ attack, was dismi.ssed from the i ho.spital to her daughters home. ! Mr. Butcher also saw his nephew, 1 Herbert Bradshaw, who wa.s called! home from Korea, and wife from Shreveport. j  Mr. and Mrs. John Philip Car-| penter and son of Baton Rouge, i La., were holiday guests of his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Carpenter.  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan and children carricd her parents, • Mr,. and Mrs. Phillip Clark to their | home, in Nashville, Monday. i  Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McDaw and Beverly Jane of Shreveport were weekend gue.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alien.  Mrs, Herbert Cole and son. Edward of Flint, Mich., returned home Saturday after a visit here with Mr.s. Tom Cole and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Lewis and children of Dallas. Texas spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hassett and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B, F, Stroupc and Bobby of Kilgore were here for the wecic-end with the Hasselts and other relatives.  Two of Mrs. Laura Partee's daughters, Mrs. Bobbv Brown of Wichita Palls. Tex,; Mrs. Delta Hall and Mr. Hall of Wichita, Kansas came Tuesday lor a visit with her. The Halls will also visit with his brother, Harrv Hall and family-  Harold Moore and Mrs. Clyde We.sson went to visit the Jame.s Wessons in Bollhiger, Texas. Sitt-| urday. Mrs. Harold Moore, wno, had gone home with Miss Virginia! Green in Dallas, Texas the wtîck | before for a visit joined them andj returned home with Mr. Moore' Wedne.sday. Mrs, Wesson remained for an extended visit. | Mrs. Harold Carpentei- and son. i Bobby of Little Rock spent the ^ weekend with the Herman Morgans! and Harry Halls. Mrs. L. F, Grif-i fin of Cartilage who hus been here^ visiting the past week returned, l^ome with them. ;  Mr. and Mrs, Billy Lester and^ daughter of Camden, Mr. and Mrs.; Glenn Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Keith ! Le.ster and Miss Anita Hope Lester I spent the wei.'kend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCiurkin at their lake s home near Cale. j  Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kinimins,! Ann and Sandy .spent Saturday! night with Bro, and Mrs. Doyle ¡ Rñwe. The Kimmins who have | I been living in Texarkan-i left Sun-' ; day to go to Albuquerque. New Mexico to establi.sh a home there. I The children will stay with their ' grandparents until they are settled  in their new home. ! Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Edward,'-. Mrs. J. D. Hall Jr., and Diane spent Tuesday in Camden.  Mr. and Mr.s. Billy Pa.sswaters oí El Dorado and Bobb.y Pii>swa;e¡-spent the weekend in" Little Rock with the Clyde Whaleys.  Mrs Ida Elliott returned home last week allci- an extended visit with her granddaughter Mrs L. P. LemoKie in Baton Rouge. La .  Mr. and .Mrs, J. H, Wilkins, Shirley and Butclî of' Smackover were weekend vi.silc>rs with her parent.^ •Mr. and Mrs, W. F, Kiz/.ia. Mr Kizzia lias had pneumonia tiie pas! week, but wa- al>le t« return to work 'rue.>-day.  Mr. and Mr.s. C. V Arniigior, and three sons. Mrs. W. E. Arrini:-ton and children, Bro anri Mrs Bill Stock and iamily of Waldo enjoyed picnic dinner Monda v at Aliens Lake.  Mr. and Mrs. Eddie .Medley oí itt-lc Rock were weekend of Mrs. Bculah Autrey.  Tlie James Sexton family (;f Ft Worth, Texas, The Edwurci Sextun family of Longview Texas were holiday guests of their parents, Mr, and Mrs, J. .M. Sexton ol Truy Mr. and Mrs, C Nelson joined relatives at Tates Bluff Sunday for picnic and outinu Tlicy were Mr, and Mrs T. P. Duffev and Jimmy, Mr and Mrs Bü! Heard and children, El Dorado, .Mr. and Mrs. James Walters and three children uf Hope. Mrs. Bill Waltej s and son ut Hooks, Texa.s, .Mr, and Mrs Hershei Martin and .siwi.' C* ton Valley. La . and Mr,s Bill B il and Curulyn of Smackover  Mr. and' Mrs. Bill Nutt ol Houston, Texas .-ipent the weekend witli i his parents. Mr and Mrs, W N. • Nutt. Tliey all visited .Mr 'Ilionius Nutt at Bearden Sunday aflernc>on Mr. and .Mrs. J. M. D.ivis and sons ol Longview, Texas spent the weekend witli Mrs. Davis' mothec. Mis. John Hare and family Mr. and Mrs Preston Scott and daughter of Iiui.:ana]K>lis, Indiana, visited Mr Scott'.s aunt, Mi.ss Pearl Boggs heie .Monday The.\ went from iiere to Colorado CUy, Texa.s to visit his brother Bennett Scott and iamily.  Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rol>crt.-and .son, .Michael oi Omaha, Tex.is .spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dudney Hall.  .Mrs. Pear! Wessun returned home Tiiursday after a visit with lier .son, Gordon Wesson and family at Helena and her sister, Mrs, Lillian Bennett in Memphis. . Mr. and Mr^ R. G Varner and Ífamily of f^ine Bluff visited Mr. aiîd Mrs, Milton Dean and otiier re-latives Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs. L W. Cravath and daug-hters went home with them for Labor Dav visit. I Susan Johnson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs V S Joiinson of Houston. Texas went home Friday, after sfpending the summer here with her grandparents Mr and Mrs. J E, Morsa n. The Morgans carried jher home and «lient the weekend ; Mr and Mrs. H. Rav Rowe and children, Judv and Billy of pine iBUiff s,pem Salurday and Monday ' with Bro and Mr«. Doyle T. Bow'e (Miss Virginia Green of Dallas Texas and Mr, and Mrs, Scoft Lyslnger of Salem, III., were recent  visitors of the Bob Ha.ssctts. Mrs. Lysinger is the former Rose Records.  iMrs. Chris Guttry and Mrs. Clyde Linkous are in the Ouachita County Hospital where they underwent surgery.  Mr, L, W. 'ITiompson underwent eye surger.v' in tiie Warner Brown HospitaV EJ Dorado last week.  Weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs, W. T, Wilkie and children were Mr. and Mrs. Cargile Rogers, of Memphis, Tenn,. Mr. and Mrs, Roland Davidson" and daughter of Gurdon. Jane Rogers and Billy Wilkie returned home with the Rogers in Memphis.  Mr, and Mrs. Harry Edwards and Mrs, N, G, Partee of Camden spent Monday in Texarkana with Mr Edwardfi .sister, Mrs, Kemp Hail and Mr, Hall,  Mrs. C, E. Go,sd.in, Mrs J. P Clemens, Mrs Sandra Doshcr, and Mrs. Neilie Davis lofl Wednesday to go to Caddo Gap and will remain for this weekend.  Mr., .ind Mrs. Harry Edward.s recently vi.sited points of interest in iMeridian and Jackson, Miss.  Marcus Linkous, having served almo.st four years in Air Force was discharged September 2 at San Antonio Texas. Ho and his wife arrived here Saturday to visit his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Linlioup and Mary Virginia, The couple will make their home in Magiioiia, where Marcus will attend Southern S;ate College.  Mrs, Eihei Haye is visiting with her daug'liter, Mrs. Raymond Cran-ford and family.  Oliver Hinshaw of San Antnnio, Texas spent the wecl:end with hi-s family.  Littie Neil Heard of El Dorado spent l«st week with his grand-parcnt.s_ Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson.  J B." Davis of Shreveport, La., visited his sisicr, Mrs John Carter and fanulv' Sunday.  Mr and Mrs, John F. Haltom and childreri, Joanna and Johnny of Auburn. Alabama returned home Saturday night alter a weeks vi.si! here and ut Cumden with their parents, -Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Haltom and Mr. and .Mrs. G. E Coates  Mrs L C. Cox returned home Tluirsday of last week from Corpus Chrisii, Texas where she vi.-.iied her brother. Dun Marsiiali and family Mr. Marshall has been ill foj- some time.  . Mr. and Mrs. Willie Morgan of ¡Magnolia vi.sited their parents.'the i Will .Morgans and Earl Morg-ans Sunday.  Mrs, W. P. Jarnigan ol Waldo vi.sited Miss Irene Hall and .Mrs. Jewel McClana'fhan Sunday.  Mrs. Tom Earle ot Waldo vi.sited her sister. Mrs. Guy Smith or, Sunda v  Mr. and Mr.s, H. C. McCalnuui and daughters of Homer. La , spent Sunday with the Earl Morgans.  The" Floyd Bryan family spen' the lioliday weekend ;it Uicir lake home near Cale  .Mr. and Mrs.' William Bell anc! Carolyn of Smackover were Friday visitors wiiii Mr. and Mrs. c Nelson  Mrs. Tully Works and ciiildren. Kaye and T. M. of Waldron. Ark , ."••pent Saturday with the G. W. Hal-tonis. Tliey and Mr. Works spei.! Uie weekend in Waldo.  Mrs. Barney Anderson, Mrs Noma Hargis and .sons spent thr weekend at their home in W.trrei:.  Mr. and Mrs. J, D, Hail Jr. .tnd Diane, Mr. and Mr.s. I^iw'rcnt r Roduers spent the holiday weekend at Caddo Gap  Dr Viola Deviso, .Mrs. Clifton Wood and Linda of BirUHnalia¡n Alabama. Mrs, C. J. Al'.en and daughter, Emma Kay of Ba-trop La . spent last week with Mr ant! Mrs, Tony Deviso.  Final Article By Tourists  (The editors wisli to cxprcr,s their appreciation to Mi,s.s Elma Green and Mi.ss Ethel Polk for consenting to tell of their interesting trip for the readers of the St^ir. Al.so Ihank-s to Mrs. Nellie Davis for the use ol her dairy of the trip.) Thi.s article concludes concludes the report of their trip.)  In Quebec Canada the only walled city of North America they stayed at St. Louis Hotel a block from the famous Chateau Frontenac a papatial hotel where Royal!./ of England si.ay. They visited the chateau-lobby store and gift .shop and marble halls with pictures of Queen Elizabeth's 1953 Party on the walls.  The Chateau, 260 feet alaove the St. Lawrence River reaches lower Quebec and the harbor only by elevator in front of the Chateau ÍM) per cent of t'le i)e(>i)lc if Canada are French and 95 percent «re Catholic.s. As they toured Qu! bee by horse drawn Victorian Carriage and bus. they enjoyed Ihe beautiful flowers and lawns and the clcar.cst city Miey visited. Tne streets of old Quebec were very narrow and crooked. The narrowest 6 ft wide and 1400 feel Inng. The gates to the walled cUy kn.kfd like a ))art of the old world. They vi.sitcd Montcalm and Waif's Monuments 'Heroes of French ;n,d Indian Wari, .Joan of Arc's cx(]u:-sitc sunken garden .VtoutiiKjrcnce Falls a 100 feet higher tlian the Niau.tra Palls. many ocau'iful churche- and ihc iainous Si. Anne de Beauine Siirine. the Ise "f Orcleans with thatched icoi:- and windini¡,ls with little prti-res.-: .--ince settled. Fo!' about five inoutiv-of the year ice cuts th;.- i.slanfi off from the world. T!ic S!. wi-cncc freeze 3 or 4 feet deep each w nter and the peopie are held at liouie, Tiie home influence of Canada for this i'cason is ver\ -troiu'. No picture shou'.s uor oii!¡ir-;s arc dI-iowed ciiildren witiiuu; chaiiertines, until the\' are .si.xiec!; xcajs ot a-je The guide .said i! is tixiiigii; niven-ile delinciuencv was Üie world'i lowest.  The guide in .Monti-eai with a ni:'-lion and a half people. Unrd lar;.'-est French city in tlie wor!.d, a-ked them '0 notice that the city .sluav. iionics and their children were clcan as the ricli .-ection. Tiiey saw tiiey were a.s clean, i Tlioy visited many public buiki lings, universities and churches, [and wax inu.seuins where the ures of great people were very rea! in wax, with g'las.'^ ev'e.s and wit; ■ On Mt. Royal mounta.r. no niniiir \'elncles were allowed, a waKon took tiicm u|) t;-,c n where '.hey had an cxci.'i;'' of the city, the St. Lawrcm -Lacinne Rapids anti ihc mo Thev had a r;\'e hou;- ( ; the 1000 Island- on !hc .S:  ence where !hey sa\>. i!;c I homes of rich people (>; : Stale,- and Canada 011 tiicsr From lliousaiid I.lan'i traveled to iiie Imrdcr i.in ;!' !v Niagara F'all- I'.iic', new ca\'e ni and iounci üi' tor was anri no!  Harr>' Sp'toncr'- sr-icr i Stepiicn,'^ ¡adie.s a! N;:i;s.i ixnri tliev ciiioveci a 'slioi: ^ her  Nex; rt.iv rhe\' uci,' ')■. Canaria riri\ir.u alon:.', -i;" rence R'.v'c! 'o l^cüi,,! Ihey visiteti rhc Fn:r¡ world'- anri w  bei;i_; a-eir.Ulcci, .i!;(i '•stinii ci:v Ncx  to Chica-'i .ind v; ■:'<'(i tariinn, Mu'c-.ut;. ,Shcr; and the I.ooj) (!"'■"■ : •ectln:: 'I';:c ¡-.(-x' (i.i'. Cano, 111 , .liici h"n.i-  ai:\ h'J  R:vc-. niüi in-,,  !U-C of ; •  ìunincr  cl'  f-'-.P  k  ;■■ .S' le, 1)  1 '' lii-fi  Mission Rally Held Saturday  The Mission Rally of the p'lr-! CcilumbiH Baptist Assoeiatinn met Saturday ni^ht, Sept. 4 with Pica -ant View Baptist Church ol Mc .Neil  Eld A. L. Patterson ot Texarkana, secietary-treasui er of missions, American Baptist Asscx la-tion nave the devotional from Hebrews 12. entitled "Looking Uul(/ Jesus."  There were nine minister.s pres. ent for the ■ meetiu'J! and e.ght I liurelies wore reprcM'nted. The attendance banner was won b', He))hzibah Baptist Church oi Em-iTson There wa.s a laiye crowd out for t!ie meeting. Pleasant Vieu Chiiri h WHS filled to cap-acitv.  Hie offerings brougiit to ; u ineetinu will '.¡o to "Iiiterstaic and F'orcign Missions." The «0111 (or next meeting will be "State Missions."  Tlie message for the i-venin : hhs broiutlu by Eld G. D. Wallers of County Ave, Baptist Church ol Tex-arkana. The scripture readic • wi 142 Psalm. Eld Wallers used the 4lh ver-e lor tht> tiixt of the ine,s-.sai^e "If Men Go to Hell Who Cares''' This was a very timely .seriiion topic-. Everyone enjoyed this most lu^ert'sllnii messaue.  Tlie nest mission Rally meetniw will b. >i'ld with the Calvary Baptist Chuj c h ol Magnolia Saturda' mghl, Sep' '-5 Tlii^ meeting dai" is one week earlier than usual due to the furt the First Columbui Baptist Association annual meeting will he held Fridav and Saturdav, Oct 1-2.  Remember the date. Sept 'Jft. Calvary Baptist Church. fiOO Lucy Drive, Macnolla, at 1:30 o'clock BE THERE'  BAR-B-QUE: Sandwiches or h*- the  pound. Pork. Beef. Chickens.  Picnic Supplies, Crushed Ico.  StpphenK Ice Company  FOB SALE: All rblldrens summer  play cloUioi» »1 oosU JS6bh Davti»  Till; .sKi:rri( \n \v  You ;cli inc ina' yuur ' ■  And that In .Son ciunc íi-im, ¡ilif.  .Man to rcrlcein. S'O.I teli MiC !h;,t to hr < l.,l<l  01 Un» Ri'fii'ciiii'i. meek anii ii,:!.( In 111' I'.vtccm  That ,ii.l mer. nvu-i each »im* ; i< '-'' ,\n(i !ii\\;i¡í' •■( 111- her tanfiiiid nio< e  Eai 11 ¡ms- iml: <ia'. I thou-^il' te -1 \ l!ii- (jiiC* I ine í.iii Yiiiii ( l ecci ;iiod,, iniec *,\illi -,Sii<l-K'd care  'I'he Ch. i lian -  You told :i:e l! lendeii pCM -e 'Iliat li 'AOiil'i l)ni!',' the \i, ml"! : e-lea-.>  From 'lille aiiii 'CI." Tliat n.itioii. Uli,lid iciiMi '.'..I! DO nioi r,  .Noi iihiiK'c theiii-.ei', 1-. ;ii ■ iim-on pore.  'I'llul loer \\oljla Im"  In human hcaib. 1 land,  Th-.t nie- ¡I.-,,,  then tand:  Yon (ii(! Iiui liri Itn lo-e th,i! n  .'Knd lirin 'hem in ■  >.\MUli! tak'  ;iki" leen hltie ■i< h luì i;<t"  All'I sc'líitll exlli'll.e  IV'o tlioìi-and '.-eil!- !!:■ praise  you've (Ul'í. Aloft hn. baniK'i \./U li,.' e )!:.;! ■  And id'caelii'd Hi n.in e Tbl" mesí;a::e \.nj ino. 1,tío ¡t iru,» Voui condue» nove dnlh u ,i ,un ' nie And l>iliì'j Ui .llame  "Hl ti;,!!i, ale peai i-' . voll lunii proclaim  Then eilnne'c 111 .stiite tor •■lefd and iaine.  "IVer 1)1-1 ter far. If lilis. \(tui love (o Iiiurdi'i íuin-And humicn m ace your eiiv, ¡luni,, 1 Your Christ to bar.  You grapnle with the arms of rt".it»i. And curse beneath yuor falling i breath  ! Your neiuhbor's fate: i Rejected love lies buried there Nor at its iornb is shed ii towr, it turn« fo hale  O. N. Cttiuion   

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