Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 13, 1954 · Page 4
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H 0 P E • S f A R, H 6 P fy A R K A N S A S , Jafiuory Sponsored by IfcJSJNiSS AND tOFISSIONAL ItfQMEN'S CLUB Tht Season's 'Best by Test' Musical Variety Show I ^^^^uuaa£tt^^^a± ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ . i^*j^^|^^^^^ - jy^jggj^^^^, ^^^^^ a^^^^^ ^—^^ ^^^^^ j^|^^^^^™ -^^^^^^^^^^ ' ^^jjK^^ • ^^^j^i ^^y^ra ±^^^^ ^^^^= ^^^^^^^ BENEFIT OF // STUDENT LOAN FUND \ *•> AH Business Firms Names Appearing on this Page are Major Contributors to the Student Loan Fund. HOPE BUILDER'S SUPPLY HOPE FURNITURE CO. .HOPE AUTO CO. TOL-E-TEX CO. TRADING POST COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. HOPE BRICKS WORKS B. W. EDWARDS, CONTRACTOR LEWIS - McLARTY OWEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE CRESCENT DRUG STORE BARWICK'S ELECTRIC SERVICE ARKANSAS MACHINE SPECIALTY CO. MOORE BROS. LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP GKAYDON ANTHONY HERBERT BURNS GREENING INSURANCE AGENCY ' (HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN . " NPRMAN MOORE —CITIES SERVICE r ; FRED MCELROY R. D. FRANKLIN CO. J. C. Atchley FURNITURE CO. MARY-EDNA'S BEAUTY SHOP MIDWEST DAIRY CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK l; FIRST NATIONAL BANK STATION KXAR STAR PACKING CO. •--> 'I f f V- • |P' • • si tin rfin/IV ^AR H H iPN pR H H il^w iWV ^» IV ' . 1^ 11 H ' 1^ A |w I II mm, J^ 1 m ^JP ^r m m i|r ^PF H ' *ii ALL LOCAL CAST BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES Ultra Violet Lighting Florescent Costumes 8 SCENE MUSICAL TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR RESERVE SEATS CALL PRospect 7-2167 PROGRAM SYNOPSIS: TIME- .................. ...:. .................. ..... ..... THE PRESENT PLACE , ............... ....:;...:.•... •. A RAILROAD STATION SCENE I ^ A RAILWAY STATION John Doe ....... ............................................. Ray Lawrence Mary Doe ............... ,,.;..>,..,.,;;,,......;.,......... Mrs. L B. Tooley Red Caps ........ Lorettd"'Mtihn, ' Joy. Coffee, Barbara Holder, Ginny Herndon, Billy Jo Rogers, Barbara Guthrie, Kay .Ray, Pat Bright • ' • " / SCENE ll^f||HE FAIRY EXPRESS Fairy Godmother ...... ...-. .'.'..•;.'>: ........... ;..,..;.. Mrs. Sam Andrews Bo Bo .................................................... ...... Billy Compton Uncle Sam ......................... . ............... ....... Charles Beyerly Columbia ......... :..... ,.^,^r f ..... :.'.-.• ............ Mary Alice Caston Mexican Children .......tft.. ?:...,.' Al Weisenberger, Jean Page Swiss Children ... ........ ..!?. Linda LaGrossa, Joe Roy Atchley Icelandic Children ............. ... Carolyn Hall, Phallia B,rown Chinese Children ....:.: ........ ......... Jeanie Lowe, Cheryl Nutt Hawaiian Children ...::_ ..... :.:>•.•.../ Tony Purtle, Jennifer Cox Specialty:- . ''School Da'/s" .||Rbbeccar Waller, Susan Waller, Pam Parsons, Jan Hurfre'r> . . (Furnished through courtesy of Katherine Windsor School of Dancing) Children of Uncle Sam and Columbia: ......... ..... Jane Grigg, Jan .Ellis, Sammy Brown/David Porterfield,.;Sandra Gains,, Betty Jordan; 'Brenda Deloney, Pamela Parsons, . Wseley Ninemire, Rotnflie Hdpkjns, Vincent Foster, Susie Booth, -Betty- .Bryant, Pen'hie Franks) David Guerin, Tina Pi J^inton, Jackie Fielding, Carlo Reaver, Joe ;Maspn, Ngncy Tooley, Candy Shivers, Brenda • : /.JHicks^pennis PehdletolV&O'Ann T.urnqge, VicfciJBruce, Jerry Rbthwell, Joh~nny»O'Dell-,. Ronnie Stevenson, Ann Arnold, Peggy' Duke, Jennie Y/arren, Patsy Beard, Ann Ward, Betty .Ratcliff,,; Rose; Ann Williams, Brenda Parris, Melba Calhoun, Junior Hargis, Joyce Elledge, Karen Ann Johnson, Linda Sue Hampton. SCENE III — HOLYWOOD HERE WE COME Starlets :........... Frances Frailer, Emogene Fuller, .Lurlene White, Vera ;>> Tonnemaker, Jo- Anne Russell, Alice .,. Anthony,' Carolyn Huett,, Jo Ann Hartsfield • SCENE IV — WELCOME TRAVELERS Tommy Bartlett .................. .......... Rev. Edmund Pendleton Pages ........ : ...', ...... Judy Barr, Virginia Lafferty, Mary Anne Rogers, Wanda Clark, Myra Grisham, Sue Cook SCENE V — THERE'S A STATE CALLED TEXAS Janie ..:.:,.;....:.....,.,,..... ..... ..... ...... ................. Louise Griffin Clem '.,........ ..................... ............................ Milton Mosier Hank .".-' ....... . ....... . ..... "..........•:.:....: ....... :........ ........ Blue Archer Cookie ; .":". ........... X ................ . ...... ............... .. . Ernest Ridgdil I Esmerdlda .. ..... .,..,.,.,,...,.,,....' .................... Mrs. Hoi Ms Luck Square Dance Callers ...... Frank J. Hill and Woodson Duke Square Dancers ...........:.. Sani Andrews, Mrs. Cecil Bittle, Fred Camp, Mrs. Fred Camp, Woodson .Duke, Mrs. . Wopdson Duke, Hamp Huett, Mrs. Hamp Huett, Hiram Hatfield, Mrs. Bil.l Boyd, Frank Hill Specialty: Bill Boyd'svBqnd ..... ....Wayne Boyd — Drums, Wnifred Huckabee — Guitar, Norman Bradford — Violin, Volmer Bean Boyd — Sax, Bill Boyd — Piano SCENE VI — NIAGARA FALLS Bride and Groom . ....... . ..... ... Hope O'Gran and Homer Jones Waltz Dream Girls ....";.•;. yirginia Dougan, Myrp Grisham, Mary Charlene 'Horton, Betty Jo Cox, Judy Franks, Alice Coffee, Barbara Griffin, Vivian Tonnemaker, Janelle Warren, Vi/anda 'Clark, Sue Cook, Loretta Munn, Joy Coffee, Barbara Holder, Ginny Herndon, Billie Jo Rogers, Barbara Guthrie, Kay Ray, Pat Bright, Frances Frazier, Embgene Fuller, Lurlene White, Vera Tonnemaker, Jo Anne Russell, Alice Anthony, Carolyn Huett, Jo Ann Hdrts'Fffeld, Judy Barr, Virginia Laffert/, Mary Anne Rogers'. "*,''' SCENE VII —, ANp NOW NEW YORK Arthur Godfrey ...... ..... ,;,,...>..., ............... ... Wesley Ninemire Tony ........ .................... ...it-.., .......... '.. ..... .......... Harry Brown Specialties: Solo ......... , ..... ......... ';...• ....... ...... TiMie Barrett Solo .................... .....};.. ....Volmer Degn Boyd Duet ........ Coe Ardith Harrie and Janet Barr The Rockette Chorus: Peculiar; /(Afle^Leader) ................................ Guy Grigg Amordi-is Alice •.,, ......... ,,..,..:!.';...;. ...... .. ...... ;..Ben Owen Fulla Battle ...... ; . .......... 'v.....:..., ....... :..:.. Kinard Young Lottg;Frill .,.,.,.:,., .......... :-:•....:: .............. .. Claude Byrd Imp Liomb . . ...... ........... .'..•.':'.....;..'.'. ............ Jimmy Cook Saucy Swe'.'i..,;'..../.' ........... : :'...; ..... . .......... :.:'....: Hollis Luck Saggie Maggie ............... '.;.,':' ...... ....... ....Paul MeClellan Sqlly Supreme .......................... .............. Bill Mudgett YIH — HOME TO THE SOUTHLAND Sunny ... . '' . Verlaine Jones Sammy... . .... Haskell Jones Lazybones ,. Dr. Emmet Thompson Bysiness ajid Professional Women's Club Dqrl$ Town Strutters: Mable Ward, Norma Jeqn Qeloney, Wamjlfa Garrett, Jean Brown, Mary Andrews, Margaret Archer Joy Biro's '. '. €• L. Pelqney, A< 4. Rhodes, Mglgn White< Wilton Garrett, Joe Nankins, Bgrry " CURTAIN j The King, Queen, Prince Princess, Duke and Duchess'will be crowned on stage at 8:13 P. M. at the Friday night show. Loving cups will be awarded the above six winners at the ceremony and five runner-up prizes will also be presented. Votes are counted each morning (except Friday) and standing lists are posted each day on the window of Owen's Department Store. Vote jars will be collected Friday by 2:00 p. : m. and a Semi-Final list posted on the window. Voting closes between 2:00 and 6:30 p. m. Friday. It will.be resumed again at 6:30 at the Hope High School Auditorium where jars will be placed. Voting closes promptly at 7:30 p. m. Winners will be announced from the stage and all babies present will be introduced to the audience. You do hot have to be present to win. Baby Contest Window Courtesy of Owen's Department Store GRAND PRIZE To Be Awarded to the Parents of the Baby with the Greatest Number of Over-All Votes Singer Console Sewing Machine Value $144.50 Plus a Free Sewing Course at the Singer Sewing Center OFFICIAL SHOW PHOTOGRAPHERS SHIPLEY STUDIO FOR REPRINTS OF SHOW AND PARADE PICTURES CALL,.. PRospect7-5811 General Admission Adults . . . $100 Children . . * 50c For Reserved Seats Coll PRospect 7-2167 CURTAIN TIME 8:13 SHARP •MOT VWr'-n"-^ *i>.v:vAfu, •?L*, > S 1 ' -* ,^ ; : :\ ^ "„ ^... *> '' ; ^,:\ '-, ; '^.^ .-<,-'/ , r

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