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Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - January 2, 1947, Port Arthur, Texas pace: sixTHE PORT ARTHUR NEWS SOCIETY PAGE THURSDAY. JANUARY f. PM 7. Sub-Debs Enjoy Cjtdoer Party Tit* Kiimnm 8uM«b club •r.ttr with • haytPl* to Tjrrrtll park to Beaumont Mondcv right, A «1«n#r iou! and danrmf wet* rr,je\cd at th# k«d|f thet# Attend:rit war# Cox^tftt Shaf- f# r, Char!# McDoiwtid Jo vc# Mc* Curloy Gen* Itoca# Martha Tillman Hath Wagner. Billie McPhei-*f)t Bill McDonald. Tress!* t'loar Pat Froith Frame* Lrvtrrti, Jerry Balun Sara liatiiaon Hay G caba:    9 it Wi m-iicon I ronald Uuvt, Carolyn Brown. Janie* ("hangs 'Confit*- Knight, Jack c. * arthur V. Mil tie S.m*. Harry Rharplesa tjhby Hoff pa u lr Ben Cdarard* Ada Bedford, Tommy fry>»t*r Marie Johnson Jame* Heart. Jane Otter ie and Ifuich Scot t e e e Jill Ho'fpauir Hostess to YWA The B J Caul hen TWA of tho Mer on* Bapt tit church met in the home of Jill Moffpautr, Mabrv Thomas led the diacuaaion on pointe from the YWA bandhook. Question* a ere asked and dlecua-aion wa# held oft officer* mem here Order of busine** committee* v a* ch * old and the YU A “window EIM Bu# T>*    wa#    appointed ct - n unity missions chairman Other* * e*#rat were Ruth Causey Joan Hoper, hon Itrdaole. Joy Bell* Manning Wand* Berry. Mr# Jack Hoffpauir and Markle I ai »* e    ♦    ♦ Dorcas Class Hc'ds Study The Do*ca* cl*#* of th# Merna r ai Baptist church «*u entertained jr. the horn* of Mil Tom Montgomery on Charleston avenue. A    study of    the    Old    Testament wa*    continued    by    Mf*    Anna kit- te’all Other# present were Mr* Ear hoe Williams Mrs J I. Tatum Mr*. Ann Berry and Mrs. Al Belat! ♦    4    a Memorial Classes Ho!d Watch Party The I AA* and Athenian cl*##** of the Memorial Bapt int chinch were entertained with a watch parte on New Year# eve in the home of M*s IV E Bedsole on Eighth street Appl oxtmately 50 guests enjoyed music game* and refreshment* ♦ a ♦ SIDE GLANCES Public Invited To Chili Supper A chili supper will be given bv the URCH of the Trinity Methodist church at the church DeQueen boulevard and Ninth street, on KH day from ) lo S p. ni. Ticket* ara being sold at 50 cent* | vidual-for adultw and 25 cent* bot chih* en The public ll invited ♦ a a Groves Council jTo Meet Friday The Women** council of the Grove* Christian c hurch will meet ! Friday at 9 JO a rn. at the church (Mr# Clyde English will preside at 'a brief bual ne ms session following which a program will br presented aaa The DOCTOR Says: A Good Daily Schedule Dispels Insomnia Blum Depresses Prices in France government. meaning on* com-nosed entirely of Socialist* va .a ! the present temporary cabinet. By IMM I IM    A.    O'BRIEN. M    D I best adjusted elderly person* M litten for NKA Service    know ar* actively interested In    Bv    I.EON    FEARSON Th# amount    of    sleep needed    v»-1 everything about them, while some    PARIS,    Jan. 2    (INS).    Premie* rte* greatly    in    different tndt> of the poorest sleepers are those j Leon    Blum** decree for a    five    pe Sheppard Funeral Held Funeral services for Jame* Robert Is*' Sheppard, W. of 1549 Tenth avenue who died suddenly Munday afternoon, will be held todar It Is determined largely who spend extta hour* in bed cent cut along the line in consume ! at 3 p. nu in the Central Assembly by habit.    because    of boredom.    j price# was officially promulpatef When elderly patients are forced Lying awake at night is not today, greeted bv popular approx* to stay in bed harmful, fr * the mind la not af- from the political right to .eft. fected bv insomnia.    | The 74 year-old Socialist acted ti reverse the non* spiral < duo# ne<eA*asv they    'IVVT'I ’JT-Twi  free merchantiwe horn.b i int Christian Choir To Be Entertained longer than ta Horry Prevent* Sleep    ; Oolite to b*d with • problem on |    prof„.    ,nd    br(n*    prtc, would “greatly excels usual cauae of U M In JIO mr: IJ    Th*# Waksfuln*** !    —. • s nmA i,v °n#l Puccaeaful man found hi* • k* *    *    answer    to sleeplessness by apend- the fact UMI thek op# >|u||r #-rh n|fhf m I This whs followed bv half an horn spent in leading about current affair*, after which he devoted a few minutes to going over one of his favorite hooks average la fairly regular In hi* sleep hab-11 a. and any change from hi* O HRI EN routine tf up agtthur.    If    he went to tied at a reason Inability to sleep well for a few able time, after following hi* eve- « nights I* not an occasion for alarm    schedule, he found that he The choir of the Grove* Chrt*- iv,,.ff, should not be taken unless    h*«' restful,    dreamless    sleep    and flan church will be enteitalned by ' tbsv are al«*olutclv necessary    woke the    next    morning    completely Mr and Mr*. George Hilling#! with ^ PitrmillR Differ    rsfraahed an Informal patty st their home) A e||p of t#bJ| or coffee with    the evening meal doe* street In Grove* Acres on Baird Friday at i m p nu Dillmgrr. who ta director of the chou. announced tnji\mce* Elderly A* we grow older and fewer not interfere demands are made upon us bv a in o« avions!    world,    we    should    de- who ^ drops that the of God church. The Rev C L. Mu* grove, pastor, will offic.a*#. Burial will he in Greenlawn Memorial park. Phllheaters will he William R Navarre. Hay C. Navarre Robert Sheppard. Jr.. Claude Sheppard William Emmett Sheppard, ani ! Elmer A Sheppard. I Mr. Sheppard had been a resident of Port Arthur for 23 year*. legal reduction* " I*re#* Support# Move Tile press gave enthusiastic sup-port to Blum's “pi Ice »l#pre**ior program.'* hut manifested a touch of skepticiam. The Popular Republican Move ment’s L/Aubre called oil all parties and organisations to aid th* all-Soctalist government. The rightist I. Aurine said Blum,    r.    ,    K_ ha.) .rf.ll....J him..lf *. lh. to- • ‘J*4■ .""I1'1 "f !T,r^ludi l.uicvnr, and noodw.il uf the ira- National Cotton conaeq laejuda i **    j    Rosemary Drennan of Alamo. Tex . .    ^    ,    and Estelle Culver of Austin. Tex Mane Tlraur. pru-Co.imn nut_•><■-!„,„,.m    ,h. m.,.,    fr„m    th.    » **"    '    .1*    I '!JIVSX tyir-ulllaallat. .ill I.,    made    here    Jan    It possible? and answered. ie*. it»' Texas Girls in Finals For 'Maid of Cotton' MEMPHIS. T#nn., Jan 2 Cf*.— Finalist* in the contest for th# pcrvt ms "Wd've got to quit buying everything so I can pay off that note in February and borrow again »n March to pay my income ta*I** BOY SCOUTS ~ their families sre expected to he In attendance Rebekahs Will Meet Friday Rebekah lodge will meet at a p. rn. in Carpenter* hall j Seventh attest. Mrs. W W, Smith, noble grand will he in charge. W. I. Cock mon a schedule for ourselves which will keep us fairly busy. Every-' More skeptical, the Communist !?d!,y -.’A*'.*" rhotr    ron.ul.-r    that    Im    ar    caffa#    ta,™    u' "J# Du£    idaTir'Llfum.nit. Mid. "Goo# la-1 I hr rn .waler .hould du- on*' ahottld .pend from .TO minutr. i    V""".    “I?.-,.    -CT.i____! to an hour a day In complete re tentions are gasping ontu e the «u#pe ted beverage -    "    T’,V that minimum for a while and note the effect;’    Wear    persons    the, lf they- sleep better without It. they should not go hack to It. Many elderly men find tobacco I elp# them to relax. A pipe or) ■ tot Hma for th!, ta immrdiatrlv "J^ny *;iVT,‘'.dl U i after the noon mea! QFERTION: Can a gastric ulcer at ion met. not enough, addmj; wage demand* aith# Confederator^ niu»t o# Glimmer of Hope The independent newspaper corr- .. i .cigar after an evening meal, when ar duodenal ulcer eventually* he- ^ (Jt|led th* pian .** ^umniei of a pel Min ta accustomed to its use come cancerous.    hope.** *    "    “1 w »|| help to relieve tension    A.NNUER:    A help to relieve tension    ANTHER;    A    duodenal ulcer There were Indication* th*: lf I've# an evening nap    interfere    never become* cancerous, and oalyj Blum's ••psychological shock”    In’ with #U*ep" No.    Many    elderly    occasionally*    doe* a gastric ulcer the campaign against inflation sue-' persons have the    habit of dosing    change into    cancer. An ulcer pa- reed* he may he called on tv    re1 degree captain, a-ked that all dril hfter they have    eaten,    then of    tient should    report any* change of'tatn th# premiership. team menthe!* at»« ml ft>* spec a1 wending a pleasant evening read svmptoms to his physician, for he Informed sources said that tf anilin*. All Rehekeh# visiting in jnK before retiring for a good may develop a cancer which lajthls prospect materialize* Blum .he city ate invited ♦ ♦ ♦ (Vat Irmiti, Cub# and Leaflet *■ With ll# coming of Ut# New Yea. we hop* that many new and bruet thing* foe Ik outing will beton.* known In Sabine Area courted. On Jan ", at the YMCA In Pmi Arthur si T « p. rn. a r(gamlr 1*47 War.ntng conference will Imp held tm att troop sa MS. Jame* ( algetic I htrrh Sr es I matter—J aha VI. steel! We had our annual Otrtatma* parti Monday night Instead uf (ha usual marting Quite a few parent* came To atart the party off th* Mob wan C..b '»*te- ♦. Sroutmn-1 patrol putted the “I vent my von to Pait*** atunt on about *t* of th# fond natured parent# After thl# th# othe. thiee patrol* pulled atunt* and #' my -body enlo\ rd them. Bill Olivier, crf the hoop committee announced that he had received a pet Mona! check from J olm Me* k our grout-mmttm. fie praivrd Meek for th!* gen-ero#ity of gtitng not only murh af hi* lime hut now hi# money to gcoutin* Thi* motley along with rn her donation* will go toward paving for our now 'he Date Book Friday Hor I mn club to honor club Janus* i graduate# of Thorn*# Jefferson high •chool at Department rluhhouve. • i P m. thean Class Friday Th e A st he sn c ia*# of th# First Baptist church will hold a bu sine ne meeting Eridav at IO a rn. at th* churel A full attendant* of the -.ember* is *vp*et*d, officials said today. brr#, senior leader#, troop chairmen, corr nu## toner*, district committeemen, and ail other men int created In Rroutiof President Will Ptdcm ha* promised plenty of ahi imp for all el tending Tin* will he the leal KICK (iii for the new trot with m pi«Mf.iae of real Sct»,ittii| ii. toughs ut ins council We are a*King f«>r • r-ei \ at intr* *o plea*# let u# know a* anon a* potMbif and nut later than Jan 4 lf j on plan to attend I*#* raiudan are Mid av suable at the caum ti office, if your troop ha* truck and butlduig • bul. not jet    received their calender* call by Moving picture#    of our    la** >#•«’* the office and rec* va your*    j OirulmM parlv and of o*hor f'hrtetrna# Voun for rn bigger *nd better year ! ^cene# were *bnwti by grout♦»»**tar Stork of gcou*    • g    Del    Oro** of Air Squadron I. had Seoutmgiv,    charge of distributing th# pee-ect# gome j VKIPITR    of th# mother# had made* cookie# and punch    which they    **rvcd.    and a good _time wa# had by til. SSS IV SN I af IT IV    Lionel Raldwtn. #cribe bolarg (lab    j    —1    ■ skipper—lab* I HI#or hard    ^    TBOOP to Th* crew were mustered on the atar- T||b||| mm4 M paa| |.«tberea I bere hr. gangway al «rm» bell* The    A. Jarlarbk The    marting wa* railed    to order bv opened Cheir «f Groves Christian church to haver I in a a r    .    n A r ZnlZ'TZ t “r    i    U    5    A    A    F    and    RAF    To interchange Men “leep A daily walk Is one of the best mean* of promoting sleep, for mild fatigue fa necessary before sound deep comes A tritm hath. a game of card*, or soothing music is also helpful. Many elderly persons fail to deep well tree ruse they- have no con*un. na interest Some of th# independent of his ulcer Film Developing And Printing Women*# Council of Grove# Ch Mat lav church to meet al church. • at * rn. A lethean ria*# of PU al Bapli't church to meet at church. I# rn. rn Trout* Method!.! WgCg to have chili •upper at church. I ta I p in. CIO Lawyer Will Talk Here Tonight LONDON. Jan 2 ti NS'.—The thrills!) Air ministry announced today that the initial interchange of personnel by the RAE force and (he U. S Army Air forces will involve from 30 to 40 officers and enlisted men from each country. The exchange plan la to be initiated in the near future. The , ministry said that eventually the number involved In the exchanges will probably reach IOO from each nation. Reconciliation Is Denied by Actress HOU-YHOOD Jen. 2 fINR!.— Arties* Get?# Ttemev today denied she and her estranged husband Oleg Oh Mini, were planning a to* i oar ti at ion Burnie to that effect follow rd Casein:* appearance in a gladi trnal contest at Ch el# lr tie p* ear fire of Mi** Tl'rnev j • rd her sifter. Rat Casein I, a fashion designer,"! traded prim he* w ith one James Costello an Fl:rat»eth, N J, bu*!- » nee*man who had es»<irted M s* Tternei • sister to the Sunset atiip1 nightspot t'nlike moat Hollywood fistic ex-1 iwid we hihtfiOfis this one ended in h!«M*dv nose* for both Cassini and hi* •parring mete Miss Tierney admitted she and Caelum had Keen relehrat mg together hut made It plain there was no thought of • re'"one 11 ta lion 4 neven    bell*    The | } <*r«w teede< a*krd petmiwlon Ie omiwi • iiaard *»4 the O J) gi anted per nu# • M«ai. After pl mg U»e double aal-tie ttie crew riled lo He    aide. The 0 P eppobMSd Side le*»* aiul erU^*-g aid*    Ti**    calor guard#    ware    peeled and the ar.ugn wa# hoisted ai**ft ar 1 41 p rn. Afiac the calor guard# re j turned to their new. the wd* boy* I were po*fed The #ktpper. with hi* psi ti were lereivad aboard. kifil>r;    wa*    aboa«d the    craw*    rn ara railed to attention and toll call wa# taken    Pie-rtd wets- Itklpper    Jot -• tltaru l aid Male l'»ank Payne Venine! Mart IU>r dr nu, O D. J a* k Mc Lr Hand Crew leader Cherie* Ellmri. (Jeocgr * N,« TW I I P**": ■“*    p, "*‘d- PWJT-. ax our three new tnembei* tb*b gunpaen Oiirta# O'Riim and Harry V»#her. After mil call ti** yeoman t«»ok up »* glen allni i Ie#** Ii tan all inottbri» Tire kkipper lim* gai r appiHaltnn Plank pi uuI new n.eii. Pet* and e # piauteu them. Ti*# mal# led u# In a few rte lee# The a*#- »*♦ wa* reased *i »“»ght balu !»>e« worked an advanrement* The »k ipper owl bad arith »!» appl en I ne -«at i ten and in* male helped 11m ordlna* v #aanwn lo alody iireir re attirement* !<»• able -eamen Tire w ot I «m ad i aru erne* !• wa# rompleie ai on* Pelf We then planned a work erut#e IJndaay Walden, legal counsel for ! the Oil Worker* International un-    ^ ion. will he one of the chief apeak- era at the gen«-ral meeting of th* *>    I    •    y    e» Texaco group of (xiral 23 which i » ClinSylVOniO I 0 VjCt called for tonight at I odin k in xi    *T    J the armory. Itav Andrus chan man iNCW ‘jOVerflOr I OO ay >hrtl h-t    ,h*‘ Wk##'?    ,or!    HARRlMBl nrj. P. Jan J - INXI gL**#gl»* SWI SS *«#ay. WISO# 4*0*I -a brW    Will    mark    lh* Aron* mart ar Jur1*chk ■ We and •Irked lh# 4toy on which we were going camping We pt«rikf4 «Jf psrt on «he Court of Monnt program and that am hanged gift* and had *nda waler and rookie# funU*h*d Afier I he I from union henduitarter* in Cia*ala bu* ell #e*'he Worth to attend the meeting In announcing the forthcoming ---------- meeting Saturday. Andrus    said    the by the Scout- gabled under discussion would be “action to he taken relatives to the wage-con tract negotiation* now un dor yay **    ll*    !*?-•    *.I \    ♦ \    in * ;• SLTM    k^baai    I arette    prtogros."    baud    been    mad*    in    a    se *raato»#«irr J ■ ah**    conference* over a two The    mer I tog wa# «    jtaiisd b*    Kenneth    month pet iud L>or.*    We    »iudt#d    fir*! ant    sod «*■    Th# union, a ("IO affiliate. I* ask nailng    We    d»wtt**ed    our trip to Mexico    jn( t roat-of-llving adjustment of and plan fred In ramp nu aiw age acale*, pius «e% erat contract for grout* when we a« The moettn* WM chnrd    ton    Nm    Ova#    twv talon* ,'0, inauguration today of I J. Gov John C. Bell as Pennsylvania's 33rd governor. The 54 \ear-old lawyer will take his oath of office following the resignation of Gov. Edward Mar tin. U. H. Hen a for-# I eel. Stair Huprcir* Court Justle* Geol gc W Maxey. of Rcranton wa# to *dminl*ter the oath to Bel who will serve a 20-dav Interim term ending with the inaugurator. if Gov-elect James H. Duff. Jan ll. Wallet J. hue <#r *'be Jaycee Board Is To Meet Friday Night Two Per Cent Is Good Score on Resolutions TAI ll I l»* A I Clan W-lha, Mr# Allis W abate' Mm Henry P goo!* wa#    t« Den I During    the    after maut the group aaog ("hH tmas    Srt%*th*    Officers    and    members    of th* ‘mVr.a a #i *^d    hi    Mr*    AU>i Armlet    hoard    of    directors of the funioi SSS punch and «oak ie# tm the •*#*#*» j Chamber of Ownmerc# will hold hag* and three    gue#i#    Borh tenet rad I their    monthly    business    meeting doing well a bag af rad #ugai coaled pnpmtn    Fridax night at the home of MayO| **lt*a foolish to believe von can John Lloyd Hia^    ^ IWdk ptesident It wa* announced rlmnge a lifetime of nersonalltv Keeper at the B ur kakis CHICAGO Jan 2 HIPl. A p*v-cfiolopist amd tcdav that lf von keep only tao pet cent of your New Veal‘a resolutions you'll be Port Acres News PORT A*'REN, Jan 2 Mr and Mrs lame* Dai f ell of Baton Rouge Im at* guest* of theit parer.:* Mr and Mr - I# A 1'ai nell and Mr and Mr* F R Rose Darnel] ii a »• .den! at Ijrustant Slate '.nu    ibtl# M * Darnell is em gloved there. Mi and Mr* FYane I* Cf roo ie and son of Orang* al* guests in the home of Mi and Mr* Willie Bernard The Chogt*« plan to move to Ga] vest on *oon Mr* Robert Yoder and son, Rob err Jr of South Rend. Ind, ate ylMtlskg Mf Mkt Mf* C Stenmaik David McCterty and hts mother T ave returned frop: a holiday trip to Hest Tex** during which the> visited i anour relatives in Bi owns field L. ’tlefield. Paducah Wrnor and Fort Worth While in Brown*-field they made a trip to Carlsbad Ca'-urn In New Mexico Pvt Macon Tompkins 'otmerly eta* toned- at Fort Ham Houston : Fan An'ohio has been fiansfetred to Igang ley Fl**d Va where he I* •red to the 4*«Mh Ai* Service : zoDd:...*ut;    -....... '•**>*'r°£ I Th# rtde boy* wen* ported Mid the PM ^ | pyx g    I    . 5 ■mll*r trtlf he gervsd at 7 •kippw with hi# party, went miku*    *„*♦,_*«.    gaol    l-aeeja*    «,clock, prior to the burin#** meet The »Ki# bd* ,eturne«l    to    their    crew j w#    h|M, mir meekly meet tee    on Mon    in*. Mnhsnev said aug tflke    *ua»d* wet*    p»,»ied    ftie ()i.    (mu part wa# u#ad    ta pi ar j The monthly business    meeting of ensign wa#    Inweied st two    hell*____Th* I t|ra    mil    pan* of th# pock    «»,ngr*^    the Jaycees will he held    We ii ne «d.n rtaw li en    went tkmgh    Ti,rn    we    weld to Mr# B D Hendrick^ -f ff^ Jf% rlub a, 7 jq    p m Ma ) of leal >ag «tup Aller la> tug a*hoie    hom«    where    *he    entortamed ow hp_... the crew wa* dwnu#«ed    ^    rather    and all of the Cab# with "*nrv    __ Marl Bordeten, ymtmtm m chnstma* party, hr* exchanged gift#]    -—. and refre#ti nents wee#    On*    PT|    T    .....    . ,-mm ram* Into our den, E»»«4 Four-1 ON MrTBT HOI R flour aa (R|l«iai« rABtV    ’net.    I    Tb* Memorial Baptist rhuich wilt A good    tm**    *e    had    •*' •’* ,1 ■    B<4wri    Lmeloy,    have chatge of the Haptlat Horn <-hrtrtma#    party    for    the    parent* and,    Keeper    af the Buckskin    |#v#r Radio Station KPAC Munday at 9 30 p rn. floral l*erkina of th* Baptiat radio committee announced for (he patents and member# of Trwfl* ga at the Scout hut Thirteen new fWouta were •rere»%,ed . _ ^ I ., pat a ee. pi p* t Into the ti nop h% • * pee tai TVnderfoW ^ Mstber—Mr# Mftkle *#*#»••» gee In vert tt are cereiootiy.    Aflsr    tho. Carl    d4rco,at#q our Chi ut mo# tree, and    today The Grove*    Baptist    church Bwanton. mo#ter of    re,e*p*»nle# Intro-    ^    m %^ry nka party with percent*    will have charge of the program d**ed th* taJent* of Troop •.    «t*nM#tin*» mfui    €and, for all Everyone had a very    ^ Jan J2 and the    Central    Ba pf I ut good    tune Pr*#eni #ver# Donald Ba#    on jnn jq Mil er#teen. Bm re VVag* af * »tor> bi Arnot* Victor Kelly and Ism Bacon Mid a orw.g by Jim I ‘hamble# The troop and patent* were being led In a * log-wng w ben they * #»# interrupted bi norte other than old Hi Nick coming down the ‘'chimneyHe handed out pie«ent* la ail Blout# tho# and then departed The entire n-**t nMv ad Jour I >ed to the church basement trheic a turkey dinner with all the trimming# awaited them. Be were atiown a film, **Tl»e CiwiitiBP Btcry ~ leva Long- “crib*. Ca#i ill* Joe Bot** i Im Hookei. Dalter Rutherford Fined Todd Jerry Floyd lofter Melon mn Clifford GruM» Harvey It den* field*, Audry A»**nldee. and rn vwitor Hug** Becker, a sailor from Ban Diag Joe Stlverrteen. Keeper at the Buckskin and character ti aits bv setting aside only on# hour of a whole year to draw up some tesolutions.** said Dr Milton A Safflr. “The reasons so many person* break their resolutions Is because thone resolutions generally ara unrealistic to begin with.** REMA INB TO GEORGIA KpwtmJ te The Yew*. BEA!'MONT Jan 2 Th# hodi of George L si OS* ley, 39. of 945 Avenue E. who died Monday In a local hospital, was sent to Albany. Ga. for funeral services and burial. A resident of Beaumont ainee IMT, Mr, Moseley was employed bv the Gulf Battery' and Distributing company. av# sri u aril fortune to Bat unlay i from hi# f cap ut j rye not permit Hi* ti*ieph< Jones who t ad the mis-lose hi# Navv chief'* cap light todav asked help lend* In finding It The idaeeaht* h#»e and he I* 1 *d to travel without It •r.e I* HR Mr and Mr* Virgil Morris* drove to Mi '•atman last w*#k for a % lait d and Mr* E A Arnold Jacki* Wilson of Groveton spent the hoi.dais here with hi* et md- j •* Tarent* Mr and Mr# M s Huh-    * bard Mr and Mrs E A Hemphill and children of Corpus f'hiistl are guests of Mf* Hemphill s mot he*, Mr* Mahe Jon#* Mr and Mr* Clyde Barnett of Newton sprtBt the weekend with friend* hr re Mr and Mr* Walter Clements of Rain*. Im visited Mr, and Mr* Ft*d Talbert last week Mr and ’dr# Murphy Ceasac and chi dr*r of A Cheville I> , visited Mrs Fred Talbert biri Tatum ms • NM Bapt!** f tun#k V#«lma»lrr- ?. J. 4##rr Regular meeting at Tr,*e IMI wa* held at th# Stout hut aa Dec. SS with hewn* mart#? Moore in charge. Swcne pee•#,»*» arrived late for our Chrtrtma* party and tlmtefore weir given out at our meeting Jim T Collie, wa# appointed ente patrol leader on th# re-i*nalio,< rd Jet- i ..Id Berri Into Explorer Port a* Viet#, Kail* and test* (aug were appair,ted •a n.ake 11,tai plan# for H «    ■'    *'    ll    .!•    *r    Jd’    e arn# red final plat - for the * urn me, trip to Colorado and reported that ail Scorch for Hunter Will Be Continued HOI’STON. Jan. 2 CD Search ci* planned today to continue th* search for Frank Phillip# of Hour ton missing since Bundoc when hts boat overt ut nod off Matagorda peninsula Inclement weather and fog de layed an ait search of the penin aula Wednesday. W C Goaling. Jr. Houston, led a party of search#!# til# trip la Bl tm} on the Hlkmiie tong peninsula in hope* Hist Phillip* had been abir to get to shote M ,_ .    .    ,_ , „ .    ...    .    Gosling    and Curtis G. Buettner of IS plftre# had bern lilied. Be derided .._    .    ,__.. i»A%ketbail im T»v„*dav ar HouMgn escaped safely when the every Scout meeting from • lo • p m | Mat overturned at j amal high. A challenge ta ,»#wd ’    ~ to all armit tronp* to i ort,pele with us A toe#cie hike to Orange en Der. Ti wa# planned bv th# Ram prtrtd. Hcaut gante* we*r enjoyed by the tnmp after which we t lased with the Indian prftier. few I# Long «rrtbe. HmY WITH \ SUITT \ MOROLINE OUAIITY Pf TOOK UM BEV ditty - rasps ll/ ( sh ndar fadi Iltafies Innntnry wheeta ledger Hinder* I nlumnar «#h« rf* Record IkHilt* ledger Khev*t* X VIL Is IOX OUK I MITI IL*** HARRIS BOOK STORE RI f Itlft Cy Cology Sex START THE NEW YEAR With a New Roof From BUILDERS We Can Furnish Labor Builders Lumber Compony, Inc. ^boUast. HOUSE SLIPPERS $ OO 1/ pAice an(j^ You'll wont tcverol pain at tho great •aving I Up lo 93.99 regular value* Mony •Met. Smart colon. Sixes 4 to 9 in tale. et« 531 Procter SALE BEGINS 9 A. M, FRIDAY Spooner Photo Shop Pbfttftgrapku Swssiie# *9?f Pro. ter street ALL SALES FINAL NO I AY-AWAYS NO C O D.'s CLOVES CLOVES CLOVES String Knits, Fabrics Values to $3.00 Fur Mittens Values to $*4OO '□bries, Leather Values to $5 CO 55c 95c 1.55 HOSIERY HOSIERY ROBES ROBES BAGS BETTER BAGS A l Ss > Three-Thread Values to $2 65 All Silk Two-Thread Values to $2 CX3 Chenille? Values to $8 95 Chende? Values to $10 55 Va*yes to $7 50 .15 155 4.00 5.00 2.85 V Originally $10.95 — NOW S 5 50 Originally 12 93 — NOW 650 Originally 1695 — NOW 850 Originally 2500 — NOW 1250 Originally 29 95 — NOW 15.00 Originally 3500 - NOW 20 00 Pries BETTER ROBES and PAJAMAS Originally $1495 - NOW $ 7 50 Originally 16 95 - NOW 850 Originally 1995 - NOW 1000 J* I Ch £*• ■ o 25 OO — NOW 1250 • Originally 3500 - NOVL' 17 sn Originally 39 95 - NOW Price ;