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   Stephens Star (Newspaper) - November 18, 1954, Stephens, Arkansas                                 — Th*. Stephens} Star  tephajs, Arlcl&Dfias Tliursday, November 18, 1954  THE STETOENS STAR  Office at jtephens, Arkansas, under the Act of March 8, 1879.  8CBSCBIPTI0N BATEi  3 Months ...................-__________•!«  6 Month» ______________ ___________________________ ll.U  Marivortne Fawver. Editor Elza Fawver, Associate Editor  Education Week At Stephens >Si  STEPHENS, Ark., (Special) — As a part of the observance of American Education Week the Stephens Lion club met Thursday noon at the school cafeteria as guests of the school wiih all members of tlie school faculty serving as host. Superintendent Henry H. Ward, u'ho is also president of the’  , mi 1    I Lions club, introduced the program  Pubhshed Each Thursday    , and presented Dr. Henry G. Hearn-  Entvjieo as second class matter Sept. 9, 1949, at the Post'berger who sang "Many Times’’  1 iear ................................................................_____ |2.M    (with Mi.ss Nora Morgan accom-  Any e roneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation !  of any tadivldual, firm or corporation which may appear In the col- Guest speaker for the day was !  imns of Tlk Star will be corrected upon being brought to atteatlon i Clark Sikins, Professor of |  6    History at Hender.son State Teach-I  oi .he PublW\ers.    college, Arkadelphia. He gave ,  STEPHlSNf PUBLISHING CCWÆP ANY, ' STEPHENS. ARKANSAB la very practical talk on the res-! The Stephen:^ Star la not responsible ior the return of unsolicited j ponsibiiity of the Lions club in re- i nanuscrlpts or photographs. The Stephens Star is not responsible    ^°Social**^ and”cul^tua^^  iopy omissions, ‘ypographlcal erroBs or any unintentional errors thal | we Pass on to Our Yoi'ng it Is brought to .lielr attention. All advertising orders are accept«® ; People.’’  He raised a number of question.s concerning out altitude toward the : children as they come home with i i talk about what happened at school 1 jour altitude toward gambling, in-I toxicants, prejudices in religious,  I racial matters. He stated thal an I understanding, ajjprec-ialion, and  on this basis only.  Know Your Signs Of Life  Deer Kills For | j Stephens Area  STEPHENS, Ark. (Special) The ;    people's is a i  deer kill for the Stephens area , “»^^ant iacloi^oward mak ; S,Io DrivLiK D..V, Dccombcr    l>e=i' «»ojit the heavlf.sl ever .i    .Th.'"  ior ull people U) Join in a common effori aualiiii a common enemy, the traihc aceidciit toll.  urday, the last heaviest kill.  Among those who got his buck are; Stan Robinson 8 point, Jerry The purpoRe of SD Day is to Griffin, 4 point, J W Wagnon Jr., show nujtorists and pedestrians i 8 point, Ferrell Reeder, spike, can eliminate irafiie accidents in i John Abbott 6 point, Clarence Mor-our connnuniiy as well asover the j gan, spike. J. W. Wagnon Sr.,_spike  ed the question whether or not we have the courage to fight for the qualities.  Special guesls were Mrs. Marvin A. Green, wife of the District Governor of Lioas clubs, and Mrs. Virginia Emery, District Supervisor of School Lunch Rooms.  Stephens. Store Is Burglarized  '"'li  STEPHENS'(Special) — Burglars entered the store of Mr.s. Norma Williams here « Sunday night and took about iliteen dollars in cash and a small express money order.  Attorney General Meeting In-Row  »  o',' exprfesised uegf’eV'at alilfiSdd; ‘ of certahi attorneys general" with' rcspect to the Inn’s policies, ^ There was no immedio.le com-^ ment from Atty., Gen. Eugene Cook of Georgia, president of the association, or from host Atty. Gen. Roas S. Jones of Arizona, ill in a Phoenix hospital.  PHOENIX, Ariz. ,(i«—The Phoenix Jewish Community Council has Mrs    «nOs'«n    formally asked the National Assn.  is able to determine nnthinfr    Attorneys General to move Its  was lUln    Convention frohi swank Camelbank  »onfdoora?d"U’’?oaohlneTnJde^ The request was made 1^1 to unfa.sten the lock. Officers fromi'^y Burton Lewkowitz Phoenix, e back Inn although th^^ w^^ the sheriff’s department lnve.stigat- ^“orney and cha.lrman of the coun-1 attend the con^ ed but no clues were found as to s Cpmmunity Relations Com- the inn -disci Imlnateb agamst» jews.^  mittee. The attorneys general of    ----  New York and Atassachusetts said yesterday that the Camelback Inn  disscriminates against Jews by ad- ---------j  mitting only a few “carefully se- up the bleach and ammonia and lected” members of that religion. mea.sure out the right amount Just Jack Stewart, managing director before using. Make sure the door of the resort hotel'where the con-1 of the automatic washer is shut vention Is scheduled to onen Dec. tight; make It forbidden territory..  the Identity of the robbers.  OGEMAW NEWS  Atty. Gen. Nathaniel Goldstein of “^New York and Atty. Gen. George Pingold of Massachusetts said yesterday they would refuse  If there are children in the house, keep the la.undry safé. Lock  THE FEELING IS MUTUAL - Sticking his tongue out. Pat j Garrison, 3, left, mocks a large boa constrictor which his brother. Beau, bolds in their Washington, D. C., home. The snake,  Beau bought Ior $iO, is named “Sheba.? ^  nation.  SienhcHK Culture CUib is asking evfM’yone to j(»;n in a 24 hour de-rnon.siratioii. i;i cooperation wllh tiie riau<,m lu eliminate tiie iraiile proijlein. This is an effort to draw ati(-ui;on to !lie necessity for safe driviiiu and ;-,aie walking.  La: i year :i8,:i00 people were killed in tralfH', an average of one rvery ¡4 miimtcs and someone was injured t ve; y 2:i seconds.  Observe 'peed limit, caution sii4iss, reel and green iigiUs, drive cai'cluliy and live longer.  Large Barn Burned Friday  STEPHENS (Special) .. A large farm barn bciuiigmg to Wiley M. Drake, ten miles northwest of .SU i)iu'ijs Hi N’'\ada county burned a bull’ 10 a. ni. F'riciay. The Stepiiens Pin- l,)r|)ai”,iniiil went to the farm a d in < (■(•di-ii in saving oilier b iii(< ' adjaccn! to the barn. 'ITie liuuic (j! Mr IJi'ake was threatened ijii u ( red no damage, diaries T. Rcvcii y, ! iiicf oi ihe fire de-jjaiînn'i,: \vh(/ accoini)anied the li iii k to ‘iif farm reported thal  Way land McClurkin, 9 point; Frank Morgan, Hi point. Carlyle Davis, 5 point, Paul Walkins, spike, W A Hadwin, 8 point, and Ciirllon Cook 0 points, and perhaps some others not reported as yet.  Green And Davis At Fayetteville  Baptist Class Met Thursday  The Winsome Sunday School of the First Baptist Church went to the home of Mrs W. T. Wilkie , for their business meeting Thur.s-: day afternoon, November 11 at, j3:.30 and presented little Pamela ¡Kay Wilkie w’ith a gift from the The Lioas Governor’s Council j class, was held in Fayetteville Sunday, j The next business meeting will November 14, District Governors , be held in the home of Mrs Clif-from the three districts of Arkan- ■ ford Roberson.  sas met in the Washington Hotel i    ----  with 3rd Vice President Ed Barry  and the officers of the Fayette-    BASKETBALL  ville Lions club.  The Fayetteville Lions club wMll be host to 'tihe State Convention April 24 and 25, 19.5.5.  While here, District Governor Marvin Green and John Marvin Davi-s, Cabinet Secretary of this di.'itrict attended the SMU-Ark. game Saturday.  English Classes Stress Safety  th<’ buildin;4 was a complete loss    tcti pr FMPHA'iT'iP’  f"« Ci;sses. grade 9^  destro,v  ed .Mr. Diake who is 83 had iilled his t!”i( !or wiUi fuel and started i; li; !;ic barn. Back fire from the tracior is said to have ignited .«ime .spUled ¡'a.'^oline and caused the lire.  Reception For Miss Roustabout  12, the emphasis is on traffic safety lor this week. Posters, talks,  A large, number of boys and girls of Stepiiens High School have been coming out for basket ball practice this year. Their first game will be with McNeil Tue.sday night Nov. 1C at McNeil; the second games will be November 19 with and at Village; the third play will ,be Nov. 23 here with Ml. Holly.  These are the "boys out for Senior Boys team: Elva Joe Arrington. Charles Bice, Dale Doss, Joe Davis, Bobby Fincher, Don Ham-brice, Fernando Law.son Ronnie Griffis. Dwight Linkous, Billy Merritt. Don Smith Frankl i n Spooner. Douglas Stowers, G a r y Tolson and Eddie Doss.  Senior Girls coming out for prac». tice are; Mary Elizabeth Beasley, Lavonne Drake, Jeanette Hinshaw.  by the American Bible  themes and discussions on traffic i-Carolyn Holden, Jean Key, Jennie  ; safety in the four ciasscs have done quite a bit to make the students "Accident Cons(:i<Jiis.’’  Some lUh and 12th grade students are interested in doing .some resea rfh among all iiigh .school students to determine how many have been in accidents and the major causes of these accidents.  Carver Cobra's  A reception was held in the Home Rncl^pfhnll Ei Luin Room of the Stephens oOSKerOail DCnedUle  Hi'.’ii Sciiool at 7:30 o’clock oh Frl-da;,’ e\<Miitm for the entries of the "Miss Roustabout" contest and Ih« jud’-'cs. Mrs, Mary Kay Wyrick, Dr I'rank Irwin and Dr. Robert Kibbce, from Magnolia, Ark. Don Steplicnri. edito-ln-chief of the annual. and .Sujit. Henry H Ward in-trodufcd tlie contestants to the judj'fc who interviewed and jud-  The following is the ba.skelball .^fhedule for the Carver High School Cobras November 9 Mt. Holly. There November 12, Stamps, Here November Hi, McNeil, There November 19. Junior Play, Here November 23, Open November 26 and 27, Invitation  f'l-fi dierii on poise, personality and Tonrnameju, Heie  b<-an;\  'I’he taine covered with a while lace cloth was centered with an vtHvactive aivanuement of cut tails, pine needle and sprays of fall berries. Mi . Harry .Spooner pour-, «'(I tlie sherbet punch and Mrs, i v^’ade Keasl»‘y served the cookies, j 'I liev w< r as.' jsld Viy .Sarah .Slaugh-1 tr. Ml-. Fred Webb and Mrs.! Janie'; Hai;'is    ^  Folio'.vini' the reception the contestants and judge.s went to the iiuditoriurn for the Talent Show and llK- Mi'.s Roustabout conte.st.  Past Matrons To Have Bake Sale Saturday  Tlie Pic t Matrons will have a 'file oi 'econd lii«nd clothes at Gri-cn s- Baiiier Shop Building at ]-()0 Hatiirdav, Nov. 20. The proceeds aif* for the Masonic Building Fund.  HTI 1‘HJ NS S' IIOOL  'ITic .S-cijhf !i' .sdiool Lunch Menu ior the ',v(‘eiv i> a.s ioiioWH; MONDAY  lif cf P:e    Bi.^cuil Topping  Cream S'% :<• Corn r'alibiit’f" aiifi C.'arrot Salad Jello Wi’h Fruit F.t:riciicd lir'-ad and .Milk TUESDAY  Pin’o Bf'iiii:; wllh Bacon Dressing Cabbaye and Apple Slaw poanut Biit.ter and Crackens Corn Brciid  T'each Coijijler and Milk  WEDNE.SDAY    IT  pork and iJrf 'sing  Craiiberrv Sau<e  Potato Salad  Green Bean.s  Chocolate Cake  Apple Sau( (• and Milk  November December Dec ember December December  30, McMittres, 'Hiere 3. Mc.Mittres, Here 7. Damascus, There 10, Dama.'■.cus, Here 4, Mt. Holly, Here  DR, GEO. W. BUCHANAN  "Chiropractor’  If your In not a (t;hiroprac;tic can« 1 will tell you.  Closed All Day Thursday  917 Wa«b.. 8W Pboiic S-2CI3(i  Deccmbe)' 17. IJiiion Grove, Here January 4, Union Grov(', Tiiere Jiinnary 7, Miignolia, Here January 11, Magnolia. There January 14. Smackover, Here January 18, Smackover, 'rhere January 21. Bearden, Here January 25. Bearden, There January 28, Rosston, Here February 1, Rosston, There February 8, Lafayette, Here February 1.5. Lafayette, There February 22, Walker, Here Febraury 25. Walker, niere  .Sue McGaughey, Louise Wilson Kay Craig. Gail McClurkin, Myr-tis Bradford Patey Morgan. Gail Reveley, PatriciE? Sanders. .Shelby Sanders, Patricia .St Vgine. Domo-na Dell Tribblo, Gail Webb and Joy Arrington.  Junior boys are; Larry Crain, James Aiken, Eilis Landers, Gary Weaver, Jimmie Hen.son, Buddy Morgan, Tommy Primm. Cal P.ay-mond Sanders Jimmy Davis, Larry Davis. Don Crain, Deldon Smith iRodney Beasley Durwood Jack.son, Wayjpond Tutor, Billy Brock, Charles Morgan, James Davis. Tommy Davis, Buddy Ward and Glenn Babb.  Junior girls are; Betiy Ruth Arrington, Ka.v Arrington. Janice Beasley, Clirisline Beavers, Elizabeth Davis. Ruth Ellen Davis. Betty Jo Griffis .Sharon Grant, Norma Ann Harle.son, Adair Landers, Ellen Landers, Lorretta Lewis, Jo Ann McClurkin. Sallie Sue Shirey, Barbara Staggs, Carolyn Staggs, Doris Lee Ward, Clara Wnathers-by, Catherine Williams, Jimmy Bradford and Hcden Bradford.  BAFFLING?—This young lady visiting an art gallery in Paris, France, is probably trying to figure what this modern piece of art means. Artist George Mathieu might be able to help her understand what it’s abouL  each year Society.  The theme for the program, which runs from Thanksgiving to Christmas, is “Faith for Our Day.” As a part ot Worldwide Bible , Reading the American Bible Society publishes and provides, free of charge, a bookmark listing scripture pa.ssages for the daily readings. For the second year, the Society has also prepared the ; passages in Braille, that Ibe blind , may join their sighted friends in ; following the readings.  President Dwight D. Eisenhower, in his endorsement of the program. said:    i  “Religious faith, In our time, is under massive attack by a strongly entrenched alhe.istic materialism. In such a time, how clear it is that we should treasure every act which fuels the flame of our faith. The observance of World- i wide Bible Reading is such an act; | and I prayfully liope that its suc-cc.'-s this year will be greater, that its imjirint in the hearts and minds of the peoples of the world tills year be .nore jiersuasive, ‘han ever before.  "I am sure f''at wh” va'"" faith and freedom join With mo in congratulating those goou pe>j-)ile who annually bring to pass this meaningful observance.”  The high point of the program is Universal Bible Sunday, December 12, which w'iil be ob.served in thousands of churches of every denomination throughout the United States and in hundreds of chin’chcK overseas. Packets containing material, especially prepared by the Bible .S ^•iety 'to a.s-si.st the paslor in li'is oiJservance, have been mailed to over 150,000 ministers  Mrs. J. K. Smith wick of Shreveport, La., visited with Mrs. Llllle Booth and Ml.ss Minnie Campbell last Tuesday.    I  Mrs. C F. Smith has been oh the sick list this week.    1  Mr.s, J. A. Holt vl.sited her moth-, er, Mrs. Mattie Short in Camden i thi.s weekend.    !  Mr. and Mrs E. F. Price and' son, Buzz of Little ROck visited her sister, Mrs. J. D. Cole and family Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cole of Camden visited his mother Mrs. Lizzie Cole in the J. D. Cole home Sunday.  Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Will Reed of Price, Texas. She was formerly an Ogemaw resident. .  Kenneth Poindexter won first place in the Talent Show at the Stephens High School Friday night.  Mr.s. Seth O’Dell'of Buena Vista visited Mrs Lille Booth and the Campbells Sunday afternoon.  SALE! SALE! SALE!  PEE WEE SHOP  —IN—  Selling Out Sale— All Merchandise On Sale Gift Items— Tots And Infant.s Clothes Do Your Christmas Shopping Here  AND  SAVE WITH SALE PRICES  PHONE _________________________________________________ 3727  C/  TO MY SUN!)AY SCIIOOL CLASS  As one unknow'n was I to you. Your faces unto me were new When lirst I came;  I turned m« toward the house of God,  Whitier your feet so oft have trod And found your love.  ’Twas there I found you In your place  And learned to know you face to facc,  And found your love  As true as any I ¡¡;ivc known.  My friends I call you, each my own  As on you move-.  An insjiiniUon hath come dow-n And like :i sacred iioly crown Bedecks your brovv;  The token of your love to me. Doth challenge ail my strength to be  Yolir servant tiow,  Accc))’ from im' this holy day Tlie vow I make always to pray For your succcs^ss;  If hciivv be your loid or light, Amid lile’.s siin.siuiii' or its niglii, Our God Will bks.s,  G, N. Cannoi!  Zoologists rank the chimpanzeo first, orangutan second, ancl the elcphailt third in intelligence among circus animals.  INSURANCE  GENERAL  The SECURITY Co.  PEOPLE OF MANY NATIONS .  People in forty countries will bo reading the same passages of scripture on Novemiirr 25, Thanlt.s-giving Day. i)i following the llth !innti;il i)bserv;uice ol a Worldyick; Bible Reridin;' jirogritm, sponsored  Office Machines  Rpmington Portable only $1 a wf»ok. Smith Corona & Rcminf'ton Ca.sh Register.s tK' Adding Machine.s. Per.sonalizcd Sale.s and Service.    I  Toland’s Typewriter Service  204 Wash. N. E. Ph. G-.')07i)  the full rich flavor of Karo adds extra goodness to every bite  Bua  KARO DARK SYRUP  m ilteliavickome. ■{tin quart decawfer I  I    ani i-ptuni betikt  torn  All that you^ need to do is to savo some«  I    ^  'thing regularly!]  s  STEPHENS  [CURITYBANK  Member Federal Dcpo«»it Insurance Corporation  THE THREE OF US  AMERICAN BIBLB SOCIETY Worldwidt BibIt Reading Progrtni Thtm*; Fêltb For Out B»f     ,‘Dtf              NOVEMBER          25 ThanksEivingPsalma .....    ...1      26............    . Piaimt .....    .23      27............    . Psalms .....    . ,27      1 28 Advent.....    .. John ......1 :  . Paaimt .....    1-34      29............    ..37      30............    . Psalms .....    ..46      DECEMBER          I............    . Psalms . .    ..51      2............    . Ptalms .....    . .91      3............    . Psalms .....    .103      1 4............    . Psalms .....    ,121      1 5 Sunday ...    ..Isaiah ......    ..40      1 6............    . Isaiah ......    ..53      1 7............    . Isaiah ......    ..55      1 8............    . Matthew .... . Matthew ....    ..5      9............    . . .6                      11............        15      12 Universal              Bible Sunday John .........  13.............Joftn .........    ,.3  .10      14............    .John    ‘Î      15............    . John    15      16............    . John  . Romans .....    .17      17............    . 1      18 ...........    . Romans .....    .12      19 Sunday____    ..I Corinthians    13      20 ...........    . I Corinthians.    .15      21............    . Ephesians .,,    ..6      22............    .. I^hilippians ,.    . .4      23............    ,. Hebrews .....    11      24............    ,. Revelation ...    21      2t Christmas    . l-uke ......IU-20     If you with 10 m»ke Bible reading a daily habit, apeak to your minister, write your denominational headquarteri, Of rtqutit • o( daily Bible readingi from the  AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY <150 Park Avenue New York 22, N. Y.  the church for AU . • •  ALL FOR THE CHURCH  The Church is th«    '°=-  ,or on «orth lor ihe bu.W.ng o  Ch.uch reguloily end reed your Bible daiiy-  Book Chapter Ver»e*  Sun^Uy. .. Mat'hcw Monday Matthew  Tue»day  Werin’sd’fCol''''*'»'!* Thursday II Timoth/ .Friday .. 11®)'". Saturday Paalmi  1-H  15-22  MO  12-25  M-17  l-lt  9-16  Father and Son—and the Bible! The three of us make a team that the two of as could never match.  It’s always been that way—as long as man has possessed holy treasures of truth to which he could turn for guidance.  A father can'make a belter man of his ton by companionship and example. A son can make a better man of his father by the natural inspiration that comes with parental devotion. And the Bible can make better men of both, by molding their lives to the pattern God Himself provided.  For 138 years the American Bible Society has been translating, publishing, and dis» tributing copies of Scripture in more than 60 countries, in 165 languages. Sightless people alone have these precious words in 38 systems and languages. Give the Society the support it deserves I  And give the Bible the place in your fam* ily’s life that It deserves!  C«y>tlrM,l>H,    A4». S«r«kt. XlrulniK. V»  THIS BIG PUBLIC INTEREST MESSAGE  SPONSOUED BY THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS  Made Rite Concrete Products  Featherlite Concrete Blocks: Magic Art Slone Dealer: Concrete Well & Drain Tile.  Phones TE 4-40fii) TE 4-4(179 Box 191 North Short Street, Cullcndale, Ark.  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