Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 14, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 14, 1954
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Thursday, January 14, 1954 H CIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar .' Friday January, 15 The Dahlia Garden Club will meet in the home of Mrs. A. D. Middlebrooks Jr.. 506 West 16th « eet, on Friday afternoon. Jan. ry 15, at 2:30. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Edwin Powell. Each member is asked to bring a lini> mass arrangement using all green. Saturday January 16 The Music Makers Club will meet on Saturday, January 16, at 10 a. m. at the home' of Diana Helms. Monday January 18 ®The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p. m. on Monday January 18, at the home of. Mrs. C. P. Tollcson. Miss Volma Goss will be co-hostess. Mrs. W. H. Gun ter will have charge of the pro- firam. Tuesday January 19 Popular Grove 196 WOW Circle will hold its regular monthly social at the home of Mrs. Nettie Tittle on Tuesday, January 19 at 7:30 p. m. All members arc invited to attend. Notice The Young Adult Group of the First Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday January 14, at the church.. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Ed Aslin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glanton. The program will be a discussion on "The History of the Methodist Church" with Reverend Virgil Keelcy and C. V. Nunn, Jr. taking part. Baby sitters will be provided. Garrett Memorial W. M. A. Meets The W. M. A. of the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Paul Church on Monday', January 11, with Mrs, Ted Pin- tle acting as co-hostess. Mrs. L. C. Cook led the opening prayer and Mrs. Waddle Cunning- ham conducted a short business session. Mrs. Virgil Huckabee read the minutes of the preceding meeting. A report was given on the District Meeting which was held in Waldo Mrs. B. M. Hazzard, program chairman presented the program en titled "Life Begins At Calvary" Mrs Alec Purtell gave the devotional Those taking part on the program were Mesdames Ruth Johnston, Cecil Rogers and Wade Warren Mrs. H. W. Taylor led the Closing prayeVi The hostesses served refreshments to 24 members. Mr. Andrews Speaks To Oglesby P. T. A. Oglesby P. T. A. met at the school at 3 p. m. Wednesday with Andy Andrews as guest speaker. Mr. Andrews, head of the Hempstead Polio drive gave an optimistic picture of results of research the last few years and plans for future control of polio. Following a short business session films were shown about "Anger and Fear in Children." Mrs. Ward's Home Room won $1.00 for having the most mothers present. Boyle ft* The Hope Star is making this correction. Due to an error in Lew is-Mc Larry's ad in Wednesday's Hope Star Ladies Gowns were advertised and this should have been i LADIES LOVES $2,50 values in all wool ana 1 fabric. CLOSE OUT : $1.00 pr. Hope's Finejt Department Store f. i. Discussion Group Has Meeting The Oglesby PTA's Parent Education discussion group held its meeting at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the school. The main topic discussed was "Childhood Fears." Mrs. Haskell Jones Presents Program -At Paisley P. . A. The Paisley P. T. A. met in the school auditorium on Wednesday, January 13, at 3 p. m. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. A. E. Evans followed by the "Lord's Prayer" repeated in unison. The secretary, Mrs. Ferrell Williams read the minutes of the previous meeting and they were approved. A letter from the Chamber of Commerce was read thanking the Paisley school for their participation in the Christmas Parade. Mrs. Buddy Mhoon, Mrs. Paul Church and Mrs. Grover Ward were elected as a nominating committee. Mrs. Haskell Jones then presented the program on "Juvenile Protection in the Home, School and Community." Taking part on the program were Mrs. Denver Dickinson, Benny Dickinson, who is a student, and Sergeant Milton Hosier of the Arkansas State Police. The presidents message was read by Mrs. Austin Hutson. The next meeting will be on February 11, which is Founder's Day, and will be held at the High. School. Mrs. Cald well's first grade room won in the room count. Mr.. Mrs. May A Buckner Route One couple, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. May. observed their 55th Emerald Wedding Anniversary at their home December 20. They were born and reared in Nevada' County and are the parents of three children, Mrs. Roy Fincher of Lake Village, Ernest May of Hope, and Earl May of Buckner. D. A. R. Chapter Meets At Barlow The John Cain Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, January 13, at the Barlow Hotel. Mrs. Charles Haynes, Mrs. Sid Hoffman, and Mrs. John Keck were hostesses. Mrs. Dick Watkins, Regent, presided. Annual reports of the 29 officers and committees were given . by the respective officers and chairmen. A letter concerning the State Congress of the D. A. R. to be held in Jonesboro, February 2425-26 was read. Delegates from the John Cain Chapter are Regent Watkins, Mesdames Finley' Ward, J. J; Battle and Lloyd Spencer. Alternates elected were Mrs. Sid Hoffman Mrs. Wilbur Jones, Mrs. James G. Martindale and Mrs. Herbert Stephens. Delegates and alternates to the National Congress to be held in April in Washington are Mrs, C. P. Witsil, jr., Mrs. Lloyd Spencer and Mrs. Charles Haynes. Mrs. Gus Haynes gave a short talk concerning the Bricker Amendment which has the approval of the National D. A. R. Congress, and circulated a petition for its passage. Plans were announced concerning a ceremony marking the grave of Edward Johns, Revolutionary War Veteran buried at Columbus. Arkansas. Mrs. Roy Allison, Good Citizens Chairman, will present the Good Citizenship Girls from Lewisville and Hope at the February meeting. . Fifteen members were present. Iris Garden Club Meets In Cunningham Home ( The Iris Garden Club • met on Tuesday afternoon, January 12 at the home of Mrs. J. W, Cunning- 'We Give Eagle Stamps' Family Size I TALCUM IPOWDERI All Purpose. Thriftily Ptktd CENTAUR Card Deck Bridgt, plnochlt White Petroleum Jelly Johnson & Johnson BABY POWDER Service Brand Fountain SYRINGE SELTZER . r Bottle of • 3*** Cox Mercurochrome Continued from Pige One , . a crmp of transients who have pitched stone tents hftrc for a purpose, 'hen move on. it Is a two-way escalator where politicians pass each other while carrying out the will of the people ... . . gladly on the way up . . . . wi'J-ly .on the way down . . It is full of the front-page faces of yesterday, the faces of those who mistook what the grass roots were saying und no longer want to go back home . . and they sit in their clubs and talk with old cronies of forgotten battles the voters no longer care about. What in the world is Washington, D. C.? Above nil it is to most of those here a job ... a warm desk out of the rJin ... a reach for prestige . . . the greatest fulcrum of power the universe has ever known . . . A fellow 'who comes here . and doesn't want anything is a tourist. It is t. government girl saying, "Maybe if I'd stayed in Dubuque, I'd be looking after a husband now Instead of looking forward to a pension." ... It is a lobbyist reaching for the dinner check and saying, '(Well, congressman, as I was saying, it is only what the people want.", . . . But he doesn't say whose people. . . . Nothing is done here without invoking the name of thut great mystery — ('the people." . It is a small boy turning to his mother in the Senate gallery, and saying, "Mama, arc you sure those men aown there are really sena tors? 1 ' Wh.it in the world is Washington, D. C.? It is compromises and pleading and committees . ... It is a place where the cocktail party is weapon, and gossip is not' so much a vice at an industry . . , It is a town where everybody wants 'to feel he's in the real inside, part of. "the big know" ... It is a forum, a sounding board. It is lonely integrity and private chicanery . . . and jet-propelled opportunism . . . and stubborn sincerity. It is museums and monuments and tons of secret documents and scores of busts of famous Americans, including "Flat Mouth" the noted Chippewa chief ... "Does it never change?" a vist tor asks. And a cynic answers, "Sure. It changes from organized chaos to a confused Optimism •— depending on how you look at it." What in the world is Washington; D. C.? , ' J;still don't know* But I do know ,tlwit the only thing that holds it to- geffiei''are'the dreams of 161 million Americans— and a small ballot box. DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617 orTr. Iodine, 1-oz. Bottle | (Limit 1) TOOTHPASTE COLGATES Economy Size Woodbury Soap ^Napkins BARGAINS! restr/te Npn. Slip Grip Household RUBBER GLOVES Small, med, and Large 59° Chefline Box 80 (Limit 2) A real yalue at this price .Pair Baby Needs! Pink or Blut Baby Bottle Warmer 4./oot «49 eorif . , , <fc~~ Hqmpped with automatic shutoff. Cellophane wrapped. IPX'S Hos Filled Over One Third Million Prescriptions — Pring Us Your Next One. Gilbert 'Dandy* KITCHEN CLOCKS BATHROOM • BRUSH SET • CUBA RUBBER TIP? 1 jULU BQB PINS Carton 50 BOOK MATCHES 2133° (Limit 2) Spec/a/ Offer! 8-PIECE COMB SET Sale Plain or Pheno. • Sylvan/a Pen and Pencil Set Choice j,n of colon, 49 C Glycerin & Rosewater 4-ounc« (Limit 1) • Long-Life Rubber PEPTO BISMOL For upset jymacb 60c Sure Anti-Acid BISMADINE POWDER Metal Edged WASTE BASKET Sturdy *5^ll fibre. %>«•* Arkansas Pilot Continued from Pag« One gine' Philippines Airline plane crashed and exploded in the populous outskirts of Rome today and all 16 persons aboard were killed The big DC6 hit a vacant Jot not far from a big apartment building It was coming in for a landing oil a flight from Beirut,, Lebanon, one leg in ,it regularly scheduled trip from Manila to London. An eyewitness said the left engines were smoking as it approached Ciampino airport outside Rome. .It appeared, to be heading for the building, 'then banked and plunged into fhe lot with a tremendous roar. rAmong the seven passengers aboard was the airline's European manager, Royal R. Jordan a native of Boston who has lived in, Rome several years. The pilot- chief ; of, the nine-man crew aboard —was Ira Bi-oone of Caro, Mich,, head pilot of the airline. The co- A Winter Must!.., 12-in. FOCALIPSE ELECTRIC HEATER Highly polished reflector. Gray metallic case andK^9O chrome wirt guard , .'^fujf"" GiLyrrre THiPP i v, *j*S^, tyi ree'* "i" ^T > RBEBH: ham 803 West Sixth Street. Co- hostess was Mrs. Rob Jones. : Mrs. A. A.- Albritton, president, Conducted the brief business session. Mrs. Cunningham read the minutes of the .last meeting, and Mrs. J. M. May made the treasurer's report. A letter of appreciation for Christmas wreaths "made by the club, and sent to the Benton unit of the State Hospital was read. The "Thought For the Day" was given by Mrs. E. O. Wingfield, who read an inspiring poem, "Try, This," author unknown. Mrs. C. P. Tplleson demonstrated the art of China painting. In the arrangement contest of fjower and fruit combinations, Mrs Owen 'Nix placed first. The hostesses served a salad plate end coffee to the ten members present. Personal Mention Friends of M. C. Bruce will regret to learn that he underwent surgery in a Shreveport, Louisa anq, hospital on Wednesday. January 13, Coming gnd Going M.rs. Ludle Wright of Odessa, Tex^s, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dale Hunt, Mr, Hunt and family, and other relatives. •' 'I "1 II III !• .!•• .1 I!' »—T HospitgJ (Motes JWJ!? ,.-,... Adroitt9d: OWn Jester, ,... . , Alice Jaije Clearly. Puckner Mrs, J. S. Stanley. PstiflQS Mrs- Henry (O«R Mrs- Nofjnun JMj'S-'^. C. ftowdep. Arkonsan Gets Naf'l China LITTLE RdCK (/ft '— The vice presHeni of the Fagan Electric C., here has been choosen as ah pilot was Identified as William Rose of Alton, 111., who friends said lived with his wife in Rome. Mrs. Rose is reportedly is expecting a baby . electrical engineering consultant to the Chinese Nationalist government on Formosa. Clarence H. Levee says he hai accepted a position with the J.G. While Engineering Co., of New York. The company provides technical sci vice to the Formosan government. • The gorilla is the largest of alt known apes. '» asblHrt tt>fnblhWI era and prtfer «» ....._ approve itTJy n. NlWf ft* CMhntn'* H«NI , Sa 1 t Winte Foods FOKYOW- A*. • :•'•."••.'' L '. ' ? r \ Shop Barry's Friday and Saturday and Save! '' i *i\sfi Hot Foods for these Cold Days > HOT BISCUITS — HOT ROLLS — HOT CAKES — All Made With That SILVERMISTFLOU SINCE 1776 — IT'S GOT TO GE GOOD The "Silver Mist" Salesman will feefiri Our Store for this Big Sale - 2! Friday and Saturday, January 1& ~ .^ ( ,, EXTRA SPECIAL -.>| .. 5'.fc:41 SILVER MIST FLOUR . . . SILVER MIST FLOUR ... ift SILVER MIST FLOUR . . . Silver Mist Flour Jest far Cakes. Try it todayV^ * FLOUR EXTRA SPECIAL Limit One Can FOLGERS COFFEE EXTRA SPECIAL — PURE LARD 3 > ;-#i>^ :tw<m%3& i ,*• ^_'^^) 'I >i( 'j'jjOS'<AyVi ^Sifl i> VL '^*' f lc'^lt . ' v,w ' B 'ag- f Vo^ HUNT'S PEACHES 25c GOOD GRADE OLEO 2 39c JOHNNIE FAIR SYRUP '/i - 49c USE PET MILK IN ALL YOUR COOKING Country Style -— Lots of meat pn them BACKBONE - Can FREE'FREE 1 I •%••••• I IlklnliMi 7 ~rj Nothing to Buy^;,V" 1 - Basket Groceries 10A.M- Basket Groceries'? 2:30 P.M. Basket 4P, GOOD and LEAN PORK CHOPS »> 59c ALL MEAT — MIXED SAUSAGE < >.\(. ,vi. ..lftM£«.i Extra Good Grade — Sirlc EXTRA SPICIAl 'V ^t^^WM- Chuck H||| I? ' ' ^ 9 m^fm, mmf 1 , v •> .*«• iV^t^S^ LARGE SIZE SWEET Potatoes 10 ubs 69c Hord Green Head CABBAGE __Ppynd 3.C ORANOIS 49c Urge, ftp •¥ f"! 1 ,". l$M '*>4" A*x

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