Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 30, 1954 · Page 18
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HOPI STAR, HOPE/ARKANSAS NoverHbei 1 30,1954 ESCOTT NEWS of the Presbyterian ptactlce Wednesday s*clock, be cantata practice Wit Methodist Church Wed- evenlftg at 8 o'clock. «if> ttefctmber 2 W. C, T. U. will meet My' 1 afternoon at 2:30 in the : Mrs. A. B. Gordon. MJy He-Union *"' 'fs of r the family of the fi ahd Mrs. Howard Haynie ed a family re-union on at the Redland Club bountiful luncheon was servant a table overlaid with a white cloth and centered with art " arrangement of vari-cotored chrysanthemums, The invocatldn Was fciven by George Haynie of Little Rock; Those attending included: Mr. arid Mrs. Coy Dewoody: Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Haynie and Shelby; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boles, Jackie Charles. Mary Nell, Martha, Barbara, Buddy, Diana and Deborah, Mr. and Mrs. ThUfman Haynie, Joyce, Earl Wayne, and Douglas all of Prescott: Mr. and Mrs. George Haynie of Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haynie of Camden; Mr. and Mrs. Colburn Stuart and Buster of Watson; Mrs. George Howard Haynie of Magnolia; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dewoody, Brenda and Sharon of Gurdon. Mrs. Clyde Grisham was a guest. r. Pillow's Gift Shop Open Every Wednesday Evening 7:30 - 9 p. m.' 305 S. Laurel Barbara Ann MeSweeney To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blake Me Sweeney announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Staff Sergeant W. A. Stewart, son oi' Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stewart. Miss MeSweeney is a graduate of Emmet High School and a member of Beta Phi Sorority of which she is past president. • Sgt. Stewart is a graduate of Prescott High School' and is stationed with the Air Force in Alexandria,'La. The wedding will be an event m December. . tCkarlie by "Vic" Cobb [fen, kids, I know you f/tne new T - V- set ' |fe;bought from Vic it is getting late. IpOBB'S gdio& TV Service &$•!'Phone 7-2598 Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gordon were the Thanksgiving Day guests of their daughter, Mrs. Emmet Parham and family in Camden. Mrs. Robbie Wilson had as her Thursday guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Clark and Miss Marion Clark of Pine Blufl. Penney to Give Bonus Pay to Workers NEW YORK « i. C. Penney Company, nation-wide department store, organization, announced today that its directors have authorized a special year-end payment for more than 50,000 associates in the Company's 1,639 stores, offices and warehouses throughout the United States, The payment Will be an amount equal to two week's pay for all full- time associates who have been employed for the full year 1954, and proportionate amounts for extra and part-time associates and those employed less than a year. All Penney associates will share in the payment except management staff members whose earnings are determined largely by the Company's long-standing profit-sharing plan. It will be made December 15 In a letter to the firm's associa tes, A. W. Hughes, president, said the payment was based upon the Company's results for 1954. "We are particularly happy to be able to make this payment as a resul of what has been accomplisHec this past year," he said. "The pos sibility of future payments of cour se will continue to depend upon year to year results." The payment is in addition to re gular Company provisions for as sociates' benefits, including Sicl benefit, Gratuitous Death and Dis memberment benefit, Thrift an Profit-Sharing Retirement Fun plans, discounts on Company pur chases and others. Miss Hazel Matlock spent Thursday in Hope as the guest of Miss Opal Daniel. Mr. a nd Mrs. John C. Stegar have returned to their home in Excelsior Springs, Mo., after a weeks visit with his mother, Mrs. J. C. Stegar. C. T. Tompkins has returned, to Shreveport after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tomp kins.; Gary Avery spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Magnolia with his sister, Mrs. Orville Brakebill and Mr. Brakebill. Mrs. Roy Garner has returnee from Blytheville where she was RQUIZ KXAR's New and Exciting f Christmas Season Program A Turkey a Day Will Be Given Away HvVquestion will be used from listeners who are not f>j'i$ted in the Hope Telephone directory. Listeners jlm the directory will be called. If the .question is '^answered during the day, the telephone contestant pl.wins. If the question remains unanswered, the person flsencling in the question wins. Each day a new fC'question . . . another turkey '. . .• and in addition, When you are called, if you answer the phone with . |';rrxe phrase "Shop in Hope" rather than "hello, fp'you will win a hen. , TsO? '' 4 i m, Starts Wednesday 8:45 AM 11:15 AM 3PM and » : ' s 6:45 PM DAILY Recruits for New Rotation Plan Needed M-Sgt. Herman W. Smith of the local U. S. Army Recruiting Station in the Hope city hall has announced that the Army is now accepting enlistments 'and reenlist- ments on a quota basis for direct assignment to the 10th Infantry Division, which has recently been named to participate in "Operation Gyroscope," the Army's new unit rotation plan. The 10th Infantry Division, now stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas, will replace the 1st Infantry Division in Europe sometime next summer. _ "Operation Gyroscope" is a plan for units overseas to be replaced t>y like units in the states instead of overseas replacement on an individual basis. This will make'it possible for career soldiers 'to choose to spend their entire career in the same division, which means stability, fewer family separations and a greater pride and esprit throughout the Army. This system will elminate some of the most un desirable conditions of Military Service, Sergeant Smith pointed out. , Interested persons may ootam detailed information on the Army' new rotation system by contacting the U. S. Army Recruiting Station in the Hope City Hall. Astronomic observatories canno be heated because the heat nigh distort images from the stars. called due to the illness of her infant grandson: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Langleyi Johnny and Kathy and Mrs. W. L. Britt have reutrned from Fort Worth where they were the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Todd. Mr. and Mrs.'. R. V. Babb of Hope were the Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bryson and Sarah Janet. Mr. and Mrs. A. B, Erskine Sr., had as their Thursday dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whatley, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jinks and daughter Pat of El Dorado, Mr. and Mrs. Otho Hesterly and daughter Patricia of Arkadelphia and Mr. and Mrs, Allen Erskine Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bryson and" Sarah Jenet have moved into their home they recently purchased on East 4th Street. When can I look at the most beautiful new care on the m. u !,; YOUR MIR6URY PiMiR'S THURSDAY, PIC. MfXHltf BEST MEAT IN TOWN FRESH GROUND FRESH-—PURE PORK Home i• Mode Lb WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS DOUBLE S&H GREEN STAMPS WEDNESDAY (on purchases of $2.50 or More) SO JOIN THE THOUSANDS WHO SHOP AND SAVE WEDNESDAY AT THEIR FRIENDLY PIG- GLY WIGGLY STORE. IMPERIAL UGA GLADIOLA Lbs. SHORTENING AKE-R1T SNOWDRIFT GLADIOLA FLOUR DEL MONTE CRUSHED No. 2 Can RED Potatoes lOLb. Bag FLORIDA £.V., AND tops; r v OATS \* : oz PETER PAN PEANUT UTTER EVERBEST ASSORTED MAHATMA MILLED WATERMAID SUGARIPE DRIED LES STARKIST CHUNK STYLE SUNSHINE KRISPY ACKER IEHYDROX COOKIES ASSORTED FLAVORS MY-T-FINE PUDDING SOUTHERN BELLE PECANS SUNSHINE HYDROX 120z. Jar lOOz. Jar 1 Lb. Pkg. 2 Lb. Pkg. 8 Oz. Pkg. Can 1 Lb. Pkg. 120z. Pkg. 20z, Pkg. DETERGENT RINSO BLUE 29e Large Pkg. LUX SOAP 2 S 17c LUX SOAP 2 Bath OO — Size ZOC PRICES EFFSCTIVE ALL PAY WEDNESDAY, PIC, 1 "wi umn THI ' TO WMJT LIFEBOUY SOAP 25c Bars WASHING POWDER SURF 29c Large Pkg. WASHING POWDER BREEZE LIFEBOUY SOAP 2 S 25c LUX FLAKES 29c Pkg. LIQUID LUX

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