Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 21, 1954
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Friday, January 22, 1954 HOPE STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday, January 21 The Eastern Star will sponsor a spaghetti supper at the Masonic 1 •lall on Thursday night, January 21, at 6:30. The public is invited " you plan to attend call 7-3804 or 7-2214 by Wednesday. The regular necting will follow at 7:30. R-iday, January 22 On Friday, January 22, at 7:30 p. m., the Friday Music Club will iieet in the home of Mrs. Earl O'Neal. The program on Russian I nusic will be given by Mrs. Jim McKenzie. All captains and co-workers for Lhc "Mothers' March On Polio" will have a meeting at the Garland Scbool on January 22 at 2 p. m. Girl Scout Troop 2 under the cadership of Kay Camp and Mrs. H. H. Tippitl will meet Friday at 1 p. m. at the Little House. Girls ire asked to bring homemade :andy for the candy sale. Saturday January 23 The Melody Maids will meet Saturday, January 23. fit the home of. Mary Charlene Horton. Members are asked to bring their dues. 5HEI1GER • . • * > T M :• I A ' T, B f • * ' • LAST DAY • See it On Our Giant Panoramic Screen! THE LAST i . GREAT FIGHT Broderiok CRAWFORD Barbara HALE A COLUMBIA PICTURE Feature at: • 5:35 - 7:34 - 9:16 ,1 EXTRA: "Hollywood's ''Great Comedians" comedy & "Fighting 69>,i" Color Cartoon FRI. & SAT. ALSO — Monday January 25 W. S. C. S. Circle 5 of the Methodist church will meet Monday, January 25, at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Lyle McMahen (Oakhaven) with Mrs. Grover Thompson and Mrs. Harrell Hall as co-hostesses. Mrs. H. E. Patterson will introduce and lead the first session of "The Phophet Jeremiah" assisted by Mesdames Wayne Russell, Howard Byers, James Cross and C. V. Nunn, Jr. The devotional poem, "Another Year Is Dawning," will be given by Mrs. John Wilson, Jr. All members are urged to attend. Tuesday January 26 The Cosmopolitan Club will have a meeting on Tuesday night at 7:45 at the home of Mrs. Henry Haynes with Mrs. Jim McKenzie and Mrs. Teddy Jones as associate hostesses. Miss Ethridge Hostess To Lilac Garden Club The Lilac Garden Club met Wednesday, January 20, at the home of Miss Mabel Ethridge with two joint hostesses Mrs. Dewey Camp and Mrs. S. G. Norton. The meeting opened with Mrs. Dewey Camp, first vice-president, presiding. Mrs. Floyd Porterfield gave the invocation. The nominating committee announced the appointment of Mrs. B. L. Rettig as new president. Mrs. Rettig took charge of the meeting and continued with a short business session. Various committees gave their reports and the secretary read the minutes. Mrs. C. C. McNeill program chairman, presented a program on "Early Planting, Soil Preparation And Pruning." Mrs. A. B. Patton gave a talk on "Camellias" and demonstrated some of her camellias in bloom. The crescent arrangement of camellias and pussy willow by Mrs. A. B. Patton was judged 100 per cent. During the social hour, the hostesses assisted by Mrs. Mary Foster served a salad plate to 15 members and 1 new member, Mrs. P. C. Stephens of Blcvins. ches and the dining table held a unique fruit grouping in an oblong wicker basket. Two small tables held the massed foliage, berries and flowers submitted by each mem bers for judging. Mrs. J. W. Perkins used a combination of colors, lily foliage and a matching geranium bloom to win first place. During the business session conducted by Mrs. W. E. Waller, a report was heard from the chairman I of the Garden Therapy Committee, I Mrs. Olin Lewis. In December, members of the club contributed dish gardens, planters and bulbs to the Exceptional Childrcns' Class Room at Paisley. Mrs. J. W. Perkins reported that the Wisteria Junior Garden Club has shown much progress. A program on, "Hoses" was brought by Mrs. Fred Glanton. The material used was compiled by H. R. Rosen, professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Arkansas. Information on selection of plants and soil culture for roses was especially written for the state of Arkansas. A salad plate, cookies and coffee were served to ten members. Chapter AE of the P. E. O. will meet Tuesday, January 26 at 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Henry Haynes. Invitations have been issued by Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. Arval May Mrs. Alvin Reynolds and Mrs. M. S. Bates to a bridal shower honoring Miss Greta Caston, bride-elect of Charles Gough, on Tuesday, January 26, from 7 until 9 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Bates, 1510 South Elm. • LAST TIMES TODAY • At: 7:34 - 9:78 ^JEAN HAGEN due,, A PP «r. nt « POLLY BERGEN Musical, "Calypso Carnival" Novelty, "Beautiful Bavaria" Cartoon, "Christopher Crumpet" • FRI. - SAT. • SO TRUE AND HUMAN! Don Atneche Catherine McLeod "King of the Racetrack" Sterling Hayden "KANSAS PACIFIC" In Thrilling Color Pre - Inventory SALE Starts Friday Morning Next week we take inventory and we are offering broken sizes and styles up to 14 pre teens at give away prices. TWO GROUPS OF QUALITY MERCHANDISE Regular prices up to $14.98 $4.00 $5.00 Come in end see how much you get for your money, HALL-McNEILL TOTS - TO - TEENS 1Q2S. Elm Phone 7- VFW Auxiliary Has Meeting The VFW Auxiliary met at the Hut on Tuesday, January 19, at 7:30 p. m. • During a short business session, it was decided that the VFW Auxiliary and American Legion Auxiliary would sponsor a benefit bridge for the March of Dimes Drive. The date will be specified later. A committee, Mrs. Alvin Willis, Mrs. Denver Dickinson and Mrs. Henry Fenwick, was appointed to meet with the American Legion Auxiliary committee. During the social hour a film, "Your New Home And How To Care For It." was shown. The hostesses served coffee and doughnuts to 16 members. Wisteria Garden Club Meets Wednesday The January meeting of the Wisteria Garden Club was'held on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Olin Purtell on West Seventh street. Mrs. Victor Cobb was assistant hostess. On the mantel was an attractive line arrangement of japonica bran- Births Mr. and Mrs. John Alvin Ander son of Houston, announce .the arrival of a son, John Alvin Jr. on Saturday, January 161 Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Balch and the paternal grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. Willie AJV derson . Hospital Notes Admitted: Mrs. Wayne Hucka- abce, Mrs. Lindell Ellis Mrs. Alice Arnold, Larry Tullos. Mr. and Mrs. Lindell Ellis announce the arrival of a baby boy Council to Take Up Toll Roods LITLE ROCK (/F) — Arkansas Legislative Council committees will take up the questions of toll roads, ouorum courts, the new medical center and sub-surface water here during the next two weeks. The full council—an official arm of the General Assembly — will meet Feb. 12 to hear the commit tee recommendations. Rp. Charles (Rip) Smith of Crittenden County has called a meeting of the Roads and Highways Committee Jan. 28 to study a lengthy report by the University toll roads. The Judiciary Committee, headed by Sen. Marshall Shacklcford Jr., of El Dorado, will take up Jan. 29 a proposal to turn over more local legislative problems to the quorum courts. Rep. Robert Harvey of Jackson County said the Agriculture Committee will meet Feb. 2 to hear a report on surface and sub-surface, water in the state. On Feb. 5, the Charitable, Penal and Correctional Institutions Committee wil discuss policies on admission of patients to the new medical center when it is completed. The committee is headed by Rep. J. A. Gibson of Saline County. 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