Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 28, 1954 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 28, 1954
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thurtdoy, January 28,1954 liscoTT NEWS rs of the f >ni have £ hrfday fevenifi* Ihe y, ,. . Stfma Alpha Sonority is g a Talent Show, in co- with the schools of tfev- htSt on Saturday night at the Prescott High School [tt&rltim. Admission charges 1 15 and 40 cents. Moblhson ess To rt* U,. Circle 1 Mettle Robinson was faos- cir|Ie,t of the W. M. U. of 'irst Baptist Church at hf>r oh Mdndfly afternoon with .'members and a visitor, Mrs ' Mc^ougle,' present. IrE. Th&mas Buchanan presided lie absence of the chairman and ducted |tHe business. ,"B, Wtftaon White Jr. gave the lUemaljthoughl and" led in ^ra sfUdy on'"in Evangelinn'o vas 'presented by Mrs. tote'. host'ess served a dainty des- i at the concliission nt the The feting was opened wltb prayer -By i 'Mfg. Roy Stairtton. The deVfllional for" the afternoon was gJven W Mrs, Loyce Anderson after which •Mrs, Lewis Gafrott. chairrnan ( conducted the business. Thei interesting study on, "m Ev- Bngeiim»v* Country" was in chares of Mrs Harfcll Hines. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Loretta Rains. Delectable refreshments were srrved to nine members. f.M. u. circle 3 ritertalnod by p. John Haggard ibers of Circle 3 of the Firnt |st""Chiirch we fertday afternoon by Mrs. John lard at her home'. at '.>.* lei your 00 ^ ,-3V, angeo •eat jnnuyr women Buffer "change of - Jr^Thfey tlrei easily. Imve pooHyr'arrflhajd to live nd tttee get that ' T 1 fliU ,vv-p'^ tiiousiijf48;of women . look, Cft)'Jul octa to nprovc opp.etttc, (Z). thus build Ti and resistance, ( 3 ) ento tension and , , jness— »!eop bettor. Lei trlplo-nctlcn dul lielp you feel bitter, look better nnd '" ir jiormal. cheerful »e't oBnin. Get i today, ^Sayji-'/cBrd-i/ou-cyo") . MONTHLY CRAMPS CHANGE OF LIFE Delta Kappa Gamma The Upsilon Chapter of t)elt Kappa Gamma met Friday,-Jan nary 22 at the home of Mrs. An Cole vHth twelve. members and on guest 'present.' Mrs. Lela_Hays presided in th absence of the president, •'• Mr« Charlie Thomas. Alter the busines meeting the program was prespn ed. Miss Barbara Pankey gav«» panlornine and' Mrs, 'Wona Cofiek gave a very Interesting and inform ative talk on, "Better Relation Between the Americas." Delicious- refreshments were sor ved by thq hostess, Mrs. Ann Cole and JWrs. Cleo Mines, co-hostess. W. J. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson Mr, and Mrs. Foy Box had as thetr weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Kehtteth Ledfietter of Bentcn. Jimmy" HambrigHt has returned to Beaumont, Texas -after a visit wltH his parents, Mr, and Mrs, W. R. Hambright. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stripling had as their guests Sunday Miss Peggy Gaspard, Joe and Tommv Gaspard of Lafayfette, La. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ed Duke of Little Rock were the weekend guests of their parents, Mrs. Roy Duke and Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Stockton. Mrs. Ivey Westmoreland of Lit Ue Rock was the weekend guest o her mother, Mrs. H, D. Bi'llock and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. James Stevenson and family of Little Rock spen the: weekend with Mr. and Mr* Watson Buchanan and Mv. am M.rP. Walter Ray Cox. Brooks Norfleet of Dallas visited Mrs; Noffleet. and her mother, Mrs Hubert-.Whitalcer over the weekend C. D. Dickinson has returned U Little Rock after a weekend visit with-his-.mother. Mrs. Sarr» Dickinson. CARDUI Mrs O. J. Stevenson is the guesl of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Archer Jr. and family in Convvay. Friends oi Mrs. Archer will regret that she is confined to her home with-a broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. Ross. Jenkins, Ros« Jr and Gland of El Dorado WC Ihe Sunday guests of her fathpr. . .!.» Iff,, little devils love it ^ little i^pn^ 1 ^: ^141" '-!. [ 1 ^angels f n p* .. i |^e it Sfr'^NEW r f,s**«- nc»f , M „ w ,, "' ."'OJ Miss Janie McG.uire has returned to Little Rock alter a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. E. McGuire. Mrs. Gladys Smith of Hot Springs spent the weekend with relatives Mrs. Robert Maxwell' of Texarkana has been the guest' of Mrs. W. O, Hays and Mr. and Bob Ar nette. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd'Hubbard motored to Hot Springs Sunday and were the guests of Mr; and Mrs. Elmer Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackney Jr. of Texarkana were weekend guests of Mrs. R.. I. Anderson Master Mike Hackney remained to spend the week while his parents are visiting in Corpus Christi,. Tex. Mrs. John Eugene Fultz and Mr. Edwin Fultz of Camden were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -ox and were accompanied home jy Mrs. W. D. Futrell who has been visiting in the Cox home the past week. Mr. John H. Barrow Sr. >f Hope spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.-Cox and Mrs. John H. Barrow Jr. and children. Mrs. Harold Lewis and her guests Hr. and Mrs. W. E. Jordan and tfiss Nell Jordan of ! Texnrkina spent- Sunday -with. Mr. and Mrs. foe Reid in Gurdon. ' ' The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or brlno Items to.Mlst Turn«r at Hicks Funeral Home Funeral service for Mrs. Mattie 'ordiwill.be held Sunday ( Jfipiuary 1, at'Common'Hill Baptist Church The Rev. B.', F. Neal of Gary, Ind vill preach at. BeeBee Memorial JME; Church Sunday,': January 31, t H a: m. The public" is invited. Installation service will be held unday, February 7, at 2:30 p. m. .t Macedonia Baptist Church. The lev, F. ; R, Williams pastor of Garett, Chapel 'Baptist Church will do he preaching.,The Rev. H. W. Waton is the pastor. .Verger' P. T. A. will hold their egular: meeting Thursday, January i^t 6:^30 p. m. For transportation all 7-4'354 or 7-4462. after G:30 call -3451. ' t,' Chocolate Drink m Buy, it at better grocers everywhere! A psychological research institute has been set up in Berlin whe motorists and pedestrians can have their reaction? tested to,learn under what conditions it is safe for them ti be exposed to-traffic hazards. 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I.--A the dispute arose ever a suit I from three utllty companies whose presented in Chicto County, Ark., lines run on the bridge across the court by an Avkansrs attorney'in Mississippi .River connecting Green the name of the state of Arkansas, ville and Lake \llage, Ar*. 1 it* K'^ *>• POR LESS SUNNY SOUTHLAND TREATS .. . loaded with flavor you like, and vitamin C you need. For a big every day. FRESH FLORIDA For a big fu " glass of iutee U. S. No. 1 Nebraska Reds POTATOES Fancy Washington State Grown DELICIOUS APPLES Fancy Quality FRESH TURNIPS Mild, Sweet, Idaho Grown YELLOW ON IONS Crisp and Tender ! RED RADISHES Texas Grown ) FRESH CARROTS Jumbo 48 Size HEAD LETTUCE 10 ^ 29c Lb. .u.. 19c 1 Ik %,° 10c PRICES IN THIS iAD EFFECTIVE Thursday, Jan. 28 thni^Saturday, Jan. 30 U. S. Graded, Special Low Price 50 Lb. Bag 9 Roll NA SAUSAGE BAXTER KROGO, ALL VEGETABLE Can Lb. Can Save 40o. ' Each 25 Pound Bag Contains Four 10c Coupons ' ' on Pillsbury Cookie and Cake Mixes. 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