Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 9, 1954 · Page 3
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Tuesdov, February 9, 1954 HOP6 StAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY, Phono 7-3431 Between 8 A, M. and 4 P. M. all interested persons aie asked attend. Calendar Tuesday, February 9 The Hempstead County Classroom Teachers Association will meet at Bvookwood School on Tuesday, February 9 at 7 p. m. Miss Welga Loow, a teacher from Germany, will be a special guest. The LLL Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church wil! have a combination business and social meeting on Tuesday night, February n. at the home of Nell Han- Kins at Pinecrest. Co-hostesses will be Shirley Hervey and Valla Dean Moslcy. Mrs. H. A. Sprnggins, will bring the devotional. All members <2,d associate members are asked to meet at the church between 7; IS and' 7:30 p. m. The Iris Garden Club will meet Tuesday afternoon, February 9, at 2:30, at the home of Mrs. A. A. Al- member is asked to bring a line arrangement. On Tuesday night, February 9, at 7:30, the Beacon Sunday School Class will have a meeting at the home 61' Mrs. Woodard Cox, 1409 South Pine. Chapter AE of the P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet Tuesday afternoon, February 9, at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. C, McNeill. Wednesday February, 10 The DAR Luncheon will be held at the Barlow Hotel at 12 o'clock on Wednesday, February 10. Hostesses will be Mrs. Robert LaGrone Mrs. Charles Locke and Mrs. J. A. Elaynes. Good citizenship girls will guests. Wednesday , February 10 The Fulton PTA will meet Wednesday night, February 10, at 7:30 at the school to observe Founders' Day. Guest speaker will be Reverend Edmund Pendleton, pastor of the First Christian Church of Hope. The executive committee of V^f Junior-Senior High School PTA will meet at 3 o'clock oh Wednesday afternoon, February 10, in the Junior High School Auditorium. the spring flower show entitled "Spring Opening - Openhouse.'' Mrs. P. H. Webb, program chairman, discussed corsage constriction. The members than made corsages which were later taken to the Massingill Rest Home. There was a valentine exchange of plants and bulbs A salad plate carrying out ih.6 valentine motif was served by the hostesses to 17 members and 1 guest, Mrs. B. L. Rettig. Thursday, February 11 The Adult Fellowship Class of the First Methodist Church will meet at 7 o'clock Thursday night, February 11, at the church. This is to be a pot luck dinner meeting. Baby sitters will be provided. The Guernsey PTA will meet Wed nesday night, February II, at 7:3(1 to discuss plans for the basketball , ^, „.. *,,.* .j. ii. .11, .m- tu wio^uoo J./&CUl:j 1LU UI1C UaattClUUi. bruton on the Rosston Road. Each team. This is a special meeting and The executive committee of Ogtesby PTA will meet in the auditorium at 2 p. m. on Thursday February 11. A study course will be presented at 2:30. The PTA Council will be hosts to the Founders' Day Silver Tea to be held in the High School Auditorium at 3 p. m. Thursday, February 11. $TARTS WEDNESDAY (2 BIG DAYS) fr' • HIQH/ WIPE AND HANDSOME INTIRTAINMENT TODAY On Wide Screen At: 4:02 - 5:48 7 7:34 - 9:20 and the BOWERY BOYS Crime-Busters i JOYCE HOLDEN Cartoon/ "Mighty Hunters" Novelty "Hor$e & Buggy Days" Novelty, "Men of Science" Mrs. Broach Presents Book Review At WSCS Union Meeting Mrs. R. L. Broach presented a review of the book, "The Weaver." by Harold Dye. when the Womans Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met for the linion meeting. She.was introduced by Mrs. F. C. Crow, program chair wian for Circle 2. ...... Mrs. John Gardner.' Jr. gave an inspiring 'devotional on "Our Purpose To Achieve Self Control." Miss Helga M. Leow, an elementary teacher from Germany, was introduced and gave a short talk. Mrs. Claude Tillery, vice-president, presided over the business session. She announced that the church wide study course, "Our Heritage And Destiny" would begin February 14. Mrs. Tillery read the poem, "The Garden of the Heart." Mrj5 Edwin Ward led the closing prayer. There was 72 members present, with Circle 2, Mrs. Albert Graves as chairman having the largest number of members present, Charles Gough Honored With Breakfast Mitchell LaGrone entertained with p. breakfast for Charles Gough Sunday morning at 9:30 at the Bar low Hotel. ; . Places wera marked for Man- Dowell TurnerV Jack Moses, Bill Martin, Bill Mitchell, J. P. Caston, the honored guest and the host. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Strickland have returned home after spending the weekend in Dallas, with relatives. Births Mrs. Gus Haynes Hostess To Gardenia Garden Club The Gardenia Garden Club 'met on, Wednesday afternoon at 2:$0 in the home of Mrs.Gus Paynes with Mrs. Luther H^ggason and Mrs. Howard Byers as co-hostesses. Arrangements of japonica and potted plants were placed at vantage points. Mrs. C. G. Lewis, president, opened the. me.eting. The club creed was repeateB in unison, by the mam- bers and^Was^aed by, Mrs. E. Jv Whit man. Mrs. Leohar^Ellis, secretary 'read the minutes 'foli'b'wedi by re- 'ports-.frorn various committees;. Mrs. B. L. Rettig outlined pfans and gave a discussion of rules, for Births ih Arkansas dlTring the past month: White Hfernpstead County Neal & Maxine Cornelius, Dallas Texas, girl, Nelda Rebecca. William & Juanita Cox, Fulton, boy, William Kenneth. Robert & .Peggy Ellis, Ernmet-Rt. 2, boy Randy Lynn. James & Mildred McMillen, Emmet, Rt. 1, girl Jeraldine. Martin & Vestia Filogamo, Hope boy, James Marty. Aubrey & Mary Bczarth, Hope, boy, . Gary Wayne. Carl & Virgie Hatfield, Hope girl Cynthia Elaine. ( Carlton & Carrie King, Hope, girl Polly Marie. Leonard & Allie Morton, Hope, girl, J.udy Kay. James & Estell Gaines, Hope-Rt. 2, boy, James Michael. ; William & B.illie Morman, Rosston girl, Karen Ruth. Jack & Joyce Houser, Hope, boy, Richard. James. Leonard & Leta Sanders, Hope, boy, David Lynn. Otto & Mary Pendleton, Hope, girl, Linda Louise. Frank & Elaine Mcpherson, Hope, girl, Mary Martha. ..< Marvin & Elsie Allison, Hope Rt. 1, boy, Donald Wayne. : >•.'••':. Terry & Martha Owens, Wichita Falls. Texas, boy, .Terry Lynn. •* Ray & Dofothy Marlar, "Hope, boy' Ricky Ray. ' James & Charlsue Baumeardner, Lone Star, Texas, boy, James Lesley , - ;„,; William & Evelyn Wilson. Fulton girl, Mary Elizabeth.: , ,r; ' James &. Billly York, Hppe-Rt.' 4 girl, Judy iFaye. : •; |JV''- -'Louis & Kay Sutton, Hone, boy, David Cline. " ; - ,„•, Raymond & Hazel Jor.dan. Hope, girl,.Delia Lynn. . ' v William & Mary Groves, Hope, girl, Rebecca Lynn. Marvin & Florence Bennett, Hope girl, Marlene. Earl & Sammy Martin. Hope-Rt. 2, girl, Sheila. Lawrence .&'Elsye fiasterliftg. Hope-Rt. 4, boy, Jackie Lawrence. George & Hazel Bilby, Terre Haute, Ind., giH. Jackie Lynn. John & Mildred Womack. Fulton, boy, Kenneth Ray. Arlest & Rose Trout. Hope, boy. Kenneth. Weaver & Doris Quillin, Hope, girl, Diana Rena. I. J. & Bettie McKamie, Hope-Rt. 1, girl, Tanya Diana. Charles & Artie Faulkner, Emmet-Rt. 2. girl, Vicki Lynn. Noti Whites Walter & Mary Hall, Hope, girl, Fandore. Robert & Martha Wyatt, Hopo- Rt. 1, girl, Ruth Ann. Calven & Sallie Word, Hope, girl Cora Kay. Jewel & Mattie Dixon, Hope, girl, Jewell Dean. Alexandra & Mae Ella Caplc, Hope-Rt. 3, boy, Ellis .Julius. Will & .Ossie Black, Hope-Rt. 4. girl, Sharon Deipris. John & Evamas Nelson, Hope, girl, Alvie Mae. Eddie & Errria Morrison, Hope- Rt. 3, girl. Eunice Mae. Fred & Sallie McPherson, Hope Rt. 4 i. Uous AI.U. : Scoit &. Alice, Williams Hope 1>, / Scott, Jr.- :•• i '.,'" . -•'-• - ' - Charles & Jodie Frailer; .Hope Rt. l, Charles Samuel, Jr. . Hfefmon & ivfaudelene J6hrison, Washington Rt. 1, girl, Doris Fay. Ffed & Colllfi Stevens. WashliiB- ton, girl, Wanda Henry & Rosia Walker Ozan giri; Marlon. J. T. & Margorie Thomas, Washington, girl, Wllma Jean. Willie & Charles Carfington, Ozan boy, Donald Wany. Luther & Minnie Riggins..Emmet Rt. 2, boy, Dbrsey. Chester & Mattie Spearman, Patmos-Rt. 1, girl, Sarah Ann. . George & Versle Lee James. Hope-Rural, girl, Aleta. Earmoh & ' Leeo Hearon,, Ozan Rt. I, girl, Ester Lee. Nero & Beulah White, Ozan, boy, Albert Lee. Amos & Mammie Miller, Blevlns Rt. 1, boy, Willie Earliest. William & Varlee Smith, Washington boy, James Dudley. Lee & Ocie Dunn, Hope-Rt. 3, boy Bruce Edward. John & Helen Conway, Wabhii. .on, boy, Sterlin, Cleophers it Hazel Burton, Prescott-Rt. S, girl, Gracie Evelyn. ( Hoscoe & Carrie .Polite,; Hope-Rt, 3,, boy, -Nathaniel, Jr., Court Docket Municipal Cowl of Mop4, Aik- arisas February 8, l&St. City Docliet Saridy B'snd, No Drivers'^ U* cense, Forftnfed $5.00 cash bctttd. McElvene Cooper, Harvey Loiter Anderson Carter, Drunkeitae$s» Plea guilty, fined $10.00. tfirn Peoples. Wiley Falrchilds, H. P. Morris, Grady Tayldr, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 dash band, William Maswell, OilJeMtirtio. Hazardous driving, Forfeited $10,00 cash bond. Earl O'Neaf, fcrtdie Ca&le. Speeding, Forfeited $3.00 cash bond. ' , Enlce RICE, Possessing untested intoxicating liquor, Dismissed State Docket Mrs. Christine Wallace, Driving while under the influence of in- toxicaling liquor, Plea guilty, fined $50.00 and 1 day in Jail. James Haiper, "Violation of Sec* 38, of Act 367 of 1941 (Arkansas pu« blic Service Commission), Forfeited $26.00 cash bond. Herman Frlerson, Speeding, For* ,felted $5.00 .cash bond. 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