Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 18, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, January 18, 1954
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?> «l*. *cf » Monday, January 18, 1954 - HOPE STAR, HOU, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Monday January 18 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p. m. on Monday January 18, at the home of Mrs. A P. Tolleson. Miss Velma Goss } gfll be co-hostess. Mrs. W. H. Gun l*r will have charge of the program. KThe monthly Fellowship meeting df Sfcction one will be held Monday nifiht, January 18, at the First Pentecostal Church located on Fourth and Ferguson. The meeting will Begin at 7:30. All Faiths are invited to attend. The Order of the Rainbow for will meet at the Masonic Hall o'nday, January 18 (tonight) at 7 o'clock for an election oi officers ^nd .an initiation. : Tu.esday January 19 ) Popular Grove 196 WOW Circle will hold its regular monthly social at the homo oi' Mrs. Nettie Tittle tin Tuesday, January 1!) at 7:30 p. Jh. All members arc invited to at- tpnd. Wuesday January 19 ; The VFW Auxiliary will meet at the hut on Highway 07 on Tuesday January 19, at 7:30 p. m., for their monthly social. All members are Urged to be present as the membership contest win close February 2;. Hostesses for refreshments will be Mrs; T. B. Fenwick, Sr. and Mrs Janie Taylor; for entertainment will bo Mrs. Dorothy Burke and Mrs. Jennie Del Vecchio. •".(£,-. _ The Auxiliary ' of Mt.' Nebo will Jjneet Tuesday, January 19, at ] O'clock. The lesson will be the SP- cond haif of Genesis. Mrs. A. W. Powell is the teacher and Mrs. Partis Gillie is president. : Garland Brownie Troop 3 will meet after school at the Little House at Fair Park on Tuesday. January 19. .Cherry Meyers will be hostess. £•/ , • . Wednesday, January 20 The Lilac Garden Club will meet Wednesday, January 20, at 2:30 at the home of Miss Mable Ethridgv. .Associate, hostesses will be Mrs Dewey Camp and Mrs. S. G. Norton. '. * Wednesday, Januai'y 20 i..-,. Mrs. Olin Purtell and Mrs. Victor !' Cpbb will be hostesses to The Wisteria Garden Club at 1:30 on Wed- iSesday, January 20,' at the home of Mrs., Purtell: Mrs. Fred G'lanlon is in charge of the program. A mass arrangement of any material is to Jie brought by each member. •••I ^^^^^^ g;Thursday, January 21 if!The. Fulton Rose Garden Club IJMll meet at the home of Mrs. W. vE. Cox Jr. on Thursday, January :21,.at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. F. O Jiughson and Mrs. Gus Davis as laireGREER WtziGAYNOR Band WAYNE - Gtoria "Hfiii BE HAVEN co-hostesses. The home of Mrs. Roger Dew will be the scene of the Daffodil! Garden Club meeting on Thursday afternoon, January 21, at 2 o'clock. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Gordon Bayless. Mrs. Bill Tolleson will present, the program on "Conser« vatlon." The Eastern Star will sponsor a spaghetti supper at the Masonic 1 Hall on Thursday night, January 21, at G:30. The public is invited If you plan to attend call 7-3804 or 7-2214 by Wednesday. The regular meeting will follow at 7:30. Notice The ceremony marking thft grave of Edward Johnson, American Revolutionary Soldier buried at Columbus, has been cancelled. The date for the ceremony will be announced later. Boyle Wisteria Junior Garden Club Has Meeting The Wisteria Junior Garden Club of Paisley School met Friday, January 15, in the school auditorium with the president, Leland Fant, presiding. The meeting was called to order and the vice-president, Roy Tullis, led the pledge. Song leader, Ann Sprague, led in singing, "Arkansas" and "This Is My Father's World." The secretary read the minutes of the last meeting and then the president.truned the meeting over to Mrs. J. W. Perkins, the leader. Mrs. Perkins led the "Gardener's Pledge" and the group recited the poem, "Trees." Mrs. Perkins gave a quiz on trees and passed out small branches and pins to open the buds to see the loaves. The meeting was adjojirned with the group singing "For the Beauty of the Earth." Diane Helms Hostess To Music Makers The Music Makers met Sunday morning, January 16, at the homr of Diane Helms. The president, Linda Gilbert, conducted a short business session, Ann Cole who is the program leader then read a paper on Rise Stevens, the Metropolitan Opera Star. Dawanna O'Steen and Diane Helms presented piano solos and and Jo Jo Owens-sang. After group singing, the hostess served refreshments to 16 members. Dinner Honors Greta Cast'on Miss Greta Caston bride-elect of Charles Chris Gough, was honoree at a dinner given by Mrs. Blant Jones and Mrs. Harold Walker at the Barlow Hotel on Saturday, Jan. uary 16. The cpib'r .scheme,:of-,yellow and white was carriedVout?iri ; .the:centerpiece arrangement ••oi,.cdncLiitis and mums.. Places' wcSrji , ; rtijiike!d with miniaturei JrpUing.i^iris''bearing the haiti'es l/ '6'f•' the' guests. Miss Caston was presented with a gift of crystal in.her chosen pattern. Persona! Mention Mrs. A. E. Slusser, president of the Arkansas Division of the U. D, C. will share honors 'with the president of the Texas Division of the U. D. C. at a tea in Texarkana at the home of Mrs. Dickey on Pecan street, Tuesday, January 19. Corning and Going Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell of Tyler, Texas, were the week-end guests of Mr. Maxwell's mother and sister, Mrs. Ollie Maxwell and Mrs. Ester McLain. Six flags have flown s over Mobile, Ala. — French, British, Span ish, United States, Republic of Alabama and Confederate. LAST DAY! * "NOSTRADAMUS SAYS SO" Cartoon, "Plop Goes the Weasel' • TUESDAY t Sonny Tufts t Barbara Britton "Gabby" Hayes 9 Edgar Buchanan "The Untamed Breed" r IHI IE A r m Continued from Page One cally fit for their exhausting tasks. Talking over a hot desk all day can be pretty wearing. "They go to the baths and re lex." said a veteran correspondent here. When I expressed an interet in seeing them, he looked shocked and replied: "Why, you couldn't get in there That is cne place where senators want to be alone, and they are very jealous of this privilege." Well, that piqued me as a taxpayer. It Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhower permit peolewho wander through the White House, why couldn't I at least take a peek at the senatorial baths, particu/arly if 1 promise to bring my own soap and not leave the hot water tap dripping Easier said than done. But I finally made it after going through four channels, three roadblocks and piercing two Iron Curtains of verbal objection. I pushed open a swinging door in the Senate office building that said "For Senators Only" and stood at least within the sanctum sanctorium. Frankly, I was disappointed, the mysterious baths consisted only of some old-fashioned marble-walled bathing chambers a small steam room, a tiny room with rowing ir.achine and a mechanical horse. There also was a handball court and a swimming pool hardly big enough to accomodate a pair of medium sized great dane dogs. Two nadorned senators were idly toweling themselves dry. li didn't recognize them. Senators without their spectacles on look pretty much alike. I started to ask an attendant what kind of exercises the senators favord, but he was reluctant to talk. I couldn't even find out whether they hr.d a special ladies' day for Sen. Margaret Chase Smith 1 of Maine. Later an old hand around the NEW YORK, MV- Tonight, if: the skies are clear, you can watch a full eslipse of the moon. Easterners will have plenty of time to finish the dishes before the earth's shadow turns the silvery moon to a deep copper at 9:17 p.m., EST. The darkest part ot tne eclipse lasts haif an hour but that's the middla of it. Some darkening of the moon can be noticed with te naked eye from 5:50 p. m. on although the eclipse starts for as- tromers at 6:40 p.m. Te total part of tonight's elcupse ends at 9 p.m. rlthough some darkening will be noticeable until 11:14 Officially the eclipse ends 12:2J a.m. "I'M TIRED"-4-A tlgetvsized yawn tells everyofie how tired this eute white kitten is. Jhjfe young mouser has reason' to be tired—after lengthy posing tot the 1954 Cat Calendar tb Cambridge, Mass. The man behind the camera was Walter Chandoha, one of the top cat photographers in the co.untry. Capital told.rrje: ''-••••; "The reason' for all the sccr'eacy is that the senators are 'toUchy about letting the 'voters even know they ha.vc free baths. Actuallj; in recent years, most senators haven't bothered to use ' the lace much. But a few old .retired senators show up regularly to talk over the mistakes MoKinley 'and Woodrow Wilson made. • . • • My reaction after seeing the baths wgs that a Roman- senator Eclipse of Moon Slated Tonight KCMC Television Tuesday, January 19t'h 2:00 Test Pattern 2:45 Film Feature 3:15 Love of Life CBS 3:30 On Your Account NBC 4:00 Happy Home Show 4:30 Movie Previews 4:35 Club Six 5:30 Western Theatre 6:30 Doug Edwards CBS 6:45 Bill Stern 7:00 Milton Berle NBC 8:00 This is Show Business CBS 8:30 U. S. Steel Hour ABC 9:30 See It Now CBS 10:00 News Headlines 10:03 Channel 6 Theatre 11:10 Sign Off would be ashamed of. them, and that we are lucky to have as clean a bunch of senators as we'have I doubt f an aroused citizenry will over march on Washington to destry the baths. But if I were a senator one of the first things I'd so is Introduce a bill to tear out all that antique plumbing and put in a gym at least as good as the on you find in the average public high school. 48Arkansans to Arrive Home Tuesday SAN FRANCISCO, W— Forty- eight Arkansans are to arrive hef6 Tuesday aboard the USNS General \V. H. Gordon. The Gordon s carrying 3,064 veterans of the First Marine Air Wing in Korea and he 3rd Marine t>i- vision from Japan. They include: Pfc. Scoltie G. Adams, Cash. Pvt. Richard Bokaer, West Helena. Cpl. Lewis 13. Collins, Rusell- ville. Pfc. Gerald B. Cook, iParagould, Pfc. Doyl D. Frasier, Weincr, Cpl. Jaines K. Holmes, Lepanto. Pvc. Dalie H. Hooker, 128 Balard Dequeen. Cpl. .Roger E. Mitchell, Joiles- boro. Pf:. Weslo .Peeks, Osceola. Cpl. Yancy B. Rigsbee, Joncs- boro. Cpl. Raymond H. Roberson, Pine Bluff. Pfc. Julian K. Eosson, Fayettc- ville. Cpl Jpmes 3Wj$Qtt, Smackover. Cpl. HarrYJ^wMVilson, Rt. 5, Jonesboro* '•&£$$$!:*& Seven DQe'wedrtesday SEATTLE, Wl— The USNS Frederick Funstn will arrive here Wednesday from the far East, carrying seven Arkansans among its 817 passengers. They are: M. Sgt. Burton L. Woodruff, Alexandria. T. Sgt. Marvin: Crawford, Wynne. A. 2 C. Robert L. Harris, North Little Rock. Cpl. Rufus L* Lindsey, Parkins. A. 1 C. Leonard A. Miller, White. Cpl. Hagie D. - Mitchell, Bay City. A. 3. C.alvin W. Moses, Cen- TROUBLE—lrtdo»Chitta (aces another crisis with the threatened resignation of Premier Nguyen Van tarn, of Wet Nam the crisis arises from Nguyen's demand* for BD inquiry into recent Communist Viet Minh peace feelers, even though they are thought to be a trap. Cab Owner Denies Tipping Shoulders ST. LOUIS m -Joseph Costello, the ex-convict .operator of the Ace Cab Co denies reports that he gave former Police Lt. Louis Shoulders nis second tip on the whereabouts of Carl Austin Hall, executed kidnap-slayer of Bobby Grcn- leasc. Costello was not named by Shoul- ter Ridge,' Comvay. _ Army men • returning on 'the Gordon include: 2nd Lt Carl D. Smith, RFD.' , Hope. High Ran Is fey ALEX H. 6IN61: skid-SADB, Vuftt -,, the Yugoslav Cdfttft&rif|ij; Cenli'di Vice President Mliovatl t>aB6t its ranks flftef heafing ftre Marshal Tito denoitfltfe ,hl» 5 lg Titio aid DjilAs- attempted .^- tUdttt<S" the Red via Immediately #fter» fite ber committed, jrUSetifl& in extraRr^itwi'y (session; las He alyp K&ehted his. 1 . L. confessing that his attitude posed !• TSU*-jfll»4.." M& *'ittii* swore he still 'was ft „" Although l£ vous system, coffee Value. , - J ' 'T ' ..(•!..(».'.. Vj*', r-j"jt dors as his seuond' the case during the St. LouU,B6ai-aAof*P6 missioners. HoweVeT, accounts have sajd^ft'i ported the resigned, ofll& formatlcn aodut'ttaU In nn interview Democrat, yesterday,. 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