Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 8, 1948 · Page 3
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Wednesday, December 8, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Three Social and I ersona Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. I Thursday, December 9 The Hope Business and Professional. Women's club will meet Thursday night at, 7 o'clock at. the Hotel Barlow. Hostesses will be Mrs. Roy Mouscr, Miss Kli/abelh I'lllvinton, Miss Mary Frances Irvin, Mrs. Ruby McKee. This will be, . the annual Christinas parly aijd. gitts will be exchanged. ium. meet The Executive at 3:00. Board . • Thursday, December 9 •There will be a called rncetin" of the Executive Board of the Junior IHgh School (Oglesbyi Thursday nmming at It) o'clock in the home of Mrs. Jirn McKcnzie on Kasl Third Street. Friday, December 10 The Service Class of the First Christian church will meet at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10 at the Hotel Barlow for the annual Christinas dinner. GUIs will be cxcham'ed. Friday, December 17 A one-act play "Muggsy's Merry Christmas." for the annual high school Christmas play will be given^ Friday in assembly, December 17 at l o'clock, by members of Thespians Troupe 36. Friday, December 10 ^Thc Winsome Sunday School Class of the First Baptist church will have their Christmas parly, Friday al 7:30 at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Homer Bcyerly, Mrs. Harold Gunter. Mrs. A. S. Williams, Jr., Miss Marjoric Waddle. Thursday, December 9 The Hope High School P.T.A. will meet Thursday afternoon at 3'#M) at the high school audilor- A SOOTHING fOR EXTRA QUALITY -P UK IT If 1 FINE FOR: I Scratches ! Minor-Cuts Bums Chapped Stan BIG JAR For Ihe pleasure of their ncice, Miss Charlotte Tarpley, Mr. and Mrs. James II. Miller will entertain with a formal Christmas dance at the V.F.W. Hut Friday night, at 7:30 o'clock. Monday, December 13 The Y.W.A. of First Baptist church will meet in the home of Mrs. James Birkhead, G15 South Elm St. Monday, December 13 at 7 p.m. for their annual Christmas pa.rtv. Gifts will be exchanged. Each member please bring your package of fruit, nuts, candy or other food for the Christmas basket. W.S.C.S and Wesleyan Service Guild of Ihe First Methodist chinch met Monday evening at. 7 o'clock in Ihe private dining room of Barlow Hotel ior a joint Christinas banquet. Hostesses were Mrs. Dexter Bailey, Mrs. Ben EdmiaKton, Mrs. J. W. Patterson and Mrs. Charles Wylic. The table was attractively decorated with streamers of ivy, ornaments, a miniature Christinas tree, and was lighted by white tapers. A delicious Ihree course dinner was served lo 27 members and i four guests, Mrs. 1C. U, Galloway. Miss Edith Massey, Miss Mary Louise Keith and Mrs. J. JE. Cooper. Mrs. Elmer Brown introduced ' Ihe guest speaker, Mrs. E. D. Galloway of Prescotl, who is president of the W.S.C.S. of the Little Rock Conference. Mrs. Galloway gave an interesting talk on the Quadrennial Program of the Church "Advance", ivirs. Galloway also brought out. the four aims of the W.S.C.S. for the coming year. They are: 1—Enlist all Methodisl women in the W.S.C.S. 2—Keep Methodisl women studying, praying and giving. 3—Enlist 1,000 missionaries. 4—Increase pledges by one third. Miss Edith Massey gave a beautiful Christmas story entitled "Chances We Have Missed", accompanied al Ihe piano by Mrs. Elmer Brown. Mrs. Brown also accompanied Miss Mary Louise Keith who sang two solos, "There Is A Song In The Air," and "Ava Marie". At Ihc close of Ihc pro- Waltz into Darkness By William Irish Copyright by William Irish—Distributed by NEA Service, 6, W. McDowell Recovering From Operation 13 MINERS KILLED Oslo, Norway. Dec. (i — THE STORY: Durand discovers that Bunny has received a letter addressed to "Miss Mabel Greene." She denies it.. He is certain she has burnt the letter and later he finds o charred edge bearing the signature, "Billy." i Circle 5, Wesleyan Guild i E"'-V.C Christmas Banquet Members of Circle 5 of. the TODAY - THURSDAY of !i\m WHO (HATE anil... WCIVlEfi WHO 10VE! / < with ANDY DEVINE JACK HOLT (Srant'Withers Adele Mara \ II / GLITTERING FANTASY You're ready for gay days ahead in Klafter and Sobtl's Patis-iuspu'cd .ir^ss widi bodice i.uriy all.ime with indcscciic sequins and bugle beads' Young slender hues c>( a sciui- flured skirt arc sjadiereJ to the back wiitre tl'itry dramatically plunge out below a series oi tucks into exciting lull folds. Kxquisiic t re |->f in romantic Autumn colors. Sues 12 to -i2. gram, the Carols. group sang Christmas Circle 2, Luncheon Held at Mrs. George Peck's Circle Two of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist church met Monday afternoon for a one o'clock- luncheon at the home of Mrs. George Peck with Mrs. El. P. Young, associate hostess. Mrs. Peck, leader, presided over the meeting. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Henry Hitt. Mrs. J. M. Houston, program leader, introduced Mrs. J. E. Cooper who gave a Christmas story, "Christ and the Fine Arts," by Cynthia Pearl Maus. The group sang many Carols accompanied at the piano by Mrs. O. A. Graves. Twenty-one members and two guests were present. Guests were Mrs. George Median and Mrs. L. J. Kathan 01 Tallulah, La. XXXV Nothing more, then, for five days. No more visits to the post office. No more letters sent, no more letters received. Whatever had been said was said, and only the inside of a fireplace knew wha't that had been. For five days after that she did not even go out, she took no more- walks. She loitered about the rooms. noncummunicative. self- assured. As if wailing for something. As if waiting "for an appointed length of time to pass. Five days to pass. i Then on the fifth day. suddenly, j without a word, the door of her room opened after long closure and he beheld her coming down the slairs arrayed for excursion. She was carefully dressed, far more carefully, far more exquisitely, than he had seen her for a long time past. She had taken . a hot curling iron to her hair; ripples of artifice indented il. Her lips were frankly red. not merely covertly so. Her floral essence was strong lo the point of headiness. She vyas going out. She made thai plain, over and above his own powers of observation. As if she wanted no mistake about it, no hindrance. "I'm going out," she said. "I'll be back soon." He did not ask her where. That was about three in the afternoon. At five she was not back yet. At six. Al seven. It was dark, and he lit the lamps, and they burned their way toward eight. She wasn't back yet. you ill. Bonny?" iv , advancing towar a'.mhed. A ;-unv " ' On toward nine sound at the door. an opening of it. incomplction of there was a Not so much as a fumbling the matter of Miss Elizabeth Pilkinton, Brio'^-Elect of Nolen Caudle Honored at Dinner On Saturday evening, Dcccni- ber 4, Mrs. Arch Cannon and Miss Clarice Cannon entertained with a dinner at their home on Easl Second Slreel, honoring Miss Eliza- i beth Pilkinton. bride elect of Nolen Caudle, whose marriage will take place this month. The Christmas motif was carried out in the decorations in the living room and dining room. The dining table was laid with a white linen cloth and in the center slood a dainty miniature Christmas tree of wrought iron, holding small lighted candles of white, green, red and gold. A Christmas candle- lab rum of colored lights, festooned with southern smilax ornamented the buffet. Cards in Ihe form of a small bride marked Ihe places of the guests. The honoree was presented with a lovely gift of crystal. The guest . list'• included: Miss Elizabeth Pilkinton, Miss Ruth Ellen Boswcll, Mrs. Opal Hervcy, Miss Kathcr- ine May Simms, and Miss Annie ] Sue Andres. Birthday Dinner Honors Mrs. B. L. .Rettig and Mrs. Thompson Evans, Jr. Luther.Hollamon, Jr. entertained with a Fried Chicken dinner Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Thompson Evans, Jr. and Mrs. B. L. Rettig. The spacious living room was beautifully decorated with floral arrangements of white chrysanthemums, slock, gladioli and red Godetias. The dining table covered with a dark green faille cloth, was centered with crystal e'pcrgne holding lighted apple green candles and filled with red roses and white candytuft. The buffet held crystal AFTER. candlelabra with apple green candles and was centered with the ! birthday cake on a musical cake I plate. The cake was embossed with the names "Ruth" on one half and "Mary Sue" on the oilier. and Mr. and and Mrs. The guesl list included: Mi- Mrs. Thompson Evans, Jr., and Mrs. B. L. Rettig, Mr. Mrs. Earl Powell, Jr., Mr. Mrs. Jack Lowe, Mr, and Cline Franks. Preceding the dinner, Ihc guests were invited into Ihe silling room. j The coffee table held an arrange-' ' ment of red camellia corsages lor Ihe ladies, and white carnation bou- lonnieres for Ihe men. Crystal swan vases filled with white Camellia corsages for the two honorecs were placed on the side tables. Following the dinner, Ihe guests enjoyed an early talking movie and the host served cake and coffee at the close of the movie. Don't waste time. Today, get a bottle of C-2223. Take it for muscle aches due to exercise or exposure (often called rheumatic pain), or muscular lumbago. You'll be so grateful for the help you get. Purchase price of first botlle back if not: salisfied. For temporary relief of accompanying constipation, take St. Joseph 2223 Laxative Pills. V. F. W. Auxiliary Meets Tuesday Night The V.F.W. Auxiliary met Tuesday night in the V.F.W. Hut. The Auxiliary chaplain, Mrs. Denver Hornaday. opened the meeting with prayer. The president, Mrs. Ira Yocom presided over the business session. Three new members Mrs. Charles Bryan, Mrs. Forrest Hairr, and Mrs. Lawrence Cagle were initiated and welcomed into the Auxiliary. Plans were completed for Ihe annual Christmas party lo be held Tuesday night, December 21 at the Hut. All who plan lo attend this parly, please bring your canned food or fruit for a opening it He went oul to see. 'I'd ;.,, finish coming reach- il was Sli,'. \ sloppim against resting. "Are gruvelv She ' chuckling "liltlo sound, ex between ' herself and sou ego. that excluded him. "1 knew you wore ;;OIIK me that." lie hud come close to The floral cssonc: as if from long nientcd: there; was lo it now. "No. I'm not ill," s fiaiuly. "Come away from Shall 1 help ' yon'.'" She brushed his offend arm' away from her. advanced past him without it. There was a, rlifluess to her ;;ait. "I'm not. drunk, cither." she .said suddenly. : He closed the door, first looking out. There was no one out ahere. "I didn't say you were." "No, but' {hat's what you're thinking." lie didn't answer. She went into the siiiin- room. When lie entered it in torn, t was seated in tin chair, her head back a little, rein g. He stood and watched her moment. "You're late." ho said at las:. "I 'know I'm late. You don'! have to tell me thai. Why rlo'Vt you ask me where I've been?" "Would you tell he'.'" he retorted. "Would you believe me'.'" she flung back at him. She took off her hat. Regarded it intently, and unfavorably. Then unexpectedly, she 'casl it from her. so that il fell to the floor a considerable distance acroi-s the room from her. He made no move to eel was her hat, at'ler all. lie looked alter il. lo where fallen. "1 thought you liki. thought il was your loudest "Hoeh," she .-'-aid with disgust. "In New York wearing bigger one:; ihi:; These little Hi ings are on 1 , Who told you thai'.' he her in bitter siiene-o. Who fold you llijjt you're wa.siiim yourself, buried down here, away from the big towns you used to know'. 1 He could hear the very words, almost as Ihough he had been there when Ihey were spor.t-n. . He could see the .'-habLn live hotel room, hidden av one of the byways down ; the railroad station: the drawn against discovery Jre street: Ihe clandestine rendey.vous. unwittingly prolonged beyond the bounds of prudence in i'ovgeiful- ness lent by liquor. She ami ihe man,-whoever he was-— : ' T'he flame of an old love re- .'•Riridled',' with alcohol for 1 renewal of old ties, tin- i and the sniggered laugln reminiscences .shared loy.'t.'H'r — He could see it all. lie was ,,!! but there, looking over their .slionlclors. There must have been a letter North, and though he'd never seen , At the close of the meeting, delightful refreshments were served to twenty-one members. Coming and Going Mrs. Jim Martindalc left Wednesday for Little Hock to attend the Board Meeting of Ihe Women's Auxiliary of the Arkansas Medical Society. Mrs. Marlindale is Council Woman for District 0. Hospital Nores Branch Admitted: Booth, Hope. Baby Mary Ellen Josephine Admitted: Carl Smith, Hope. Joe Knighlon, McNab. pe rs said today l~i 'were killed Saturday losion at Spit/,ber;;en. i !iie Ki'.iy's Bay min ' 1 :' t-i pit gas. Hcgro Wo arson War Between U Russia Wiesbaden. Germ i.-Ti -- Tw,> Russian who fle;l the Soviet Union said l.o- day Ihey believe war between l\us- :-ia and United Slates; is inevitable, The Hiers, Lieut. Peter A. Pira- ! •;ov. 12B, and Analoly P. Br.rsov. anded in Austria Oet. !'' in re 1 as "r;ue.-,i:-." nf IF. S. ji\ Jiurope. the- lied arm with di.ss: 'iii ;,gainst, said 711 oj) KSSSKT3ALS •ViS-* Et3iii@!i guess it, he could summons it me; I can stand no more of tins: take me out. of it." .And tl<e:i, five days ago, the answer: the mysterious letter lo "Mabel Clrecne." She needn't go to the posl of rice' any more, stealthily to ;>.. them. There would be no sent. The- sender was he re her now, right in the same Yes. ho thought with sue understanding. 1 too would from a distance of five days to be with a woman like What man woukin't'.' love eunont provide for lias but lo call back th (To Ce Continuet Crcomuls•••nixHuvijs promptly be;,'.!iso it {joes right to the .scat o! ihc trouble to help loosen and expel perm laden pblugm and aid nature to Mxilhu am Iv.-al r.nv, U'm'er, inllamcd bronchial nv.iaiu:; membranes.Tell \ our to sell you a. bottle of Creoinulsion with the- undoi'siamling you mu.st like the way i'. quickly allays ihe cough or you are to have your money back. €!!E@!!!JL§!C« for Coughs,Clicsf Colds, Bronchitis Palm Springs or Pittsburgh . , . wherever you go, men who appreciate fine grooming aids agree on Gcntrie. The fragrance is as icfreshing as a north vvoods morning end as masculine as a briar pipe. After Share o Sbitie Talc o Boxed Man C Slaysrsg Goes to G;'/es f ^fTlT"! 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