Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 10, 1954 · Page 3
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W*cf«iidey, February 10,1954 —-"*-•- - • •- T • ••• ,....._ *_ . « ^v% /£*£ SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Wednesday February, 10 The Guernsey PTA will meet Wed nesday night, February 11, at 7:30 to discuss plans for Iho basketball team. This is a special meeting and all interested persons are asked to attend. ' to 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 Pcndleton, pastor of the First Christian Church of Hope. fp. '.*- " 1 Saturday, February 13 ilie executive committee of the ( An informal Valentine dance will Junior-Senior High School PTA be hold at the Hope Country Club will meet at 3 o'clock on Wednes- "-••—-'-- --• -• • — • -- - 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 executive committee of Oglcsby 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 o the Founders' Day Silver Tea (o be held in the High School Auditorium at 3 p. m. Thursday, February 11. her home on Saturday morning, February 13, at 10 o'clock. Beacon Sunday School Class Meets In Home Of Mrs. Woodard Cox On Tuesday night at 7:30, the Beacon Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Woodard Cox with Mrs. Lena Massingill as co-hostess. Mrs. Jean LaGrossa opened the meeting with prayer. After a short business session, Mrs. Hugh Jones gave the devotional . Cake and iced drinks were served to 9 members and 1 guest. Mrs. Ramy Garland Hostess To tula McSwain Society .day afternoon, February 10, in the •sainior High School Auditorium. Thursday, February 11 Tr' Th <° ™ d V, 11 F° llow ' sh 'l' Class of the Susan Davis will be hostess to the J'irst Methodist .Church will meet Music Makers, Junior Music Club at Saturday night, February 13,from 9 till 12. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter Verhalcn and Mr. and Mrs. Dui'fie D. Booth. « CARUTON RUSS 'WPHIEB'TMNI Feature Time: 2:38 4:49 7:00 9:11 EXTRA: News & "SUPERTICIQUS CAT" CARTOON This od and One Green-Bock Dollar will admit one entire family tonight or Thursday ... $prry, but we san't accept Silver Dollar; on this offgrl . The home of Mrs. Ramy Garland was attractively decorated in the Valentine theme with arrangements I of primrose and snapdragons placed at vantage points in the den and living room, for the'February meet, ing of the Lulu McSwain Society of j Christian Service on Monday aftcr- ; noon, February 8, at 2 o'clock in j Em met. The lace covered dining table held an unusual arangemenl of white carnations, fern, red hearts and candles. Mrs. Otis Townscnd, president presided over the business meet ing. After the various reports wen heard, Mrs. J. M. Johnson clistri bitted the "Treasure Chests." The group voted to accept the invi talion of the Hope W. S. C. S. to join them in a study course or February 14, 15, and 16, the cour so to be taught by Mrs. E. D. Gal loway. Following the business session Mrs. Dem-nan Wylic, program leader, presented a program using as her subject "The Methodist Church Helping Rural Negroes." She was assisted by Mesdames Scott Ross, Carl Vickers, A. C. Jeeiy and G. L. Ross. During the social hour the hostess served salted nuts, heart- shaped cakes, and punch to 21 members and three visitors, Mrs. James R. Hill, Mrs. Lucille Haltom and Reverend John Rushing. Mrs. Otis Townscnd presided at the punch bowl. merchants, the date to be announc cd later. Mrs. Lahroy Spates, Junior Garden Club Couriselor," reporting on the last two meetings of the Brookwood School Garden Club, stated that Mrs. Arch Moore was gttesl speaker at the January meeting arid a film "Keeping Arkansas Green" (was shown at the Februarv meet ling. ' . " Mrs. B. L. Rettig was presented and announced plans and schedules for the Spring Flower Show, the date to be set later. The program chairman, Mrs. A. A. Halbcrt, presented a most interesting discussion on the care and culture of camellias and azaleas. Mrs. Spates placed first with her line arrangement of camellias and pussy willow. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Floyd Crank and Mrs. J. W. Cunningham, served a salad plate and coffee. Iris Garden Club Has Meeting Tuesday The Iris Garden Club met Tuesday, February 9, at the home of the club's president, Mrs. A. A. Aibritton on the Rosston Highway. The president called the meeting to order and Mrs. Owen Nix read the thought for the day and a Valentine poem. During the business session 17 members answered roll call and the minutes of the last meeting were read. Mrs. Claud Sutton, Mrs Daniel Beake and Mrs. R. V. Herndon, Jr. were welcomed as new members. The club voted to contribute to the State Hospital Garden Club at Benton, five dollars for flower seed. Plans wer^.made to "participate in the. flower' aWahge-" ment contest in connection with a spring Festival planned by local Senior Ladies Auxiliary Meets Monday At Church The Senior Ladies Auxiliary of the Unity Baptist Church met on Monday at 2 p. m. at the church. The meeting was opened With a song, "Who Will Follow Jesus," followed with prayer led by Mrs. Howard Collier. Mrs. Jesse Sinclair read the minutes of the previous meeting and gave the treasurers report. Mrs. T. D. Anderson taught the lesson, using the third chapter of first Corinthians. Following a discussion of old and new business, Mrs. Anderson led the closing prayer. Boyle Continued from Pftg« One tim loses interest in his wife, his children, End his ,1ob as he be comes more *nJ more absorbed in watching his goldfish. Don't we all know husbands who =egan goldiish watching innocently enough, then began demanding fish tood to cat, jiift like their finny Jet, .-ir.d later began secretly com ng down to the goldfish bowl in the dead of night, carrying a can ect of a panel discussion presented by Brookwood teachers at a meeting of the Hempstead Coun- more The only sure way for a wife to break up a situation like this is to swallow the goldfish and blame it on the tat. Other husbands, on the other hand, are simply made more nertf ous and exasparfited than ever by watching ft goldfish, They often get the idea the goldfish Is beginning to watch them. "What is that gildcft baby whale of yours trying to find out about me"- they ask their wives. "Everywhere I go in the room it follows me with that cunning, fishy look. Is this a hom6 we live in or in aquarium" My theory is that a wife had better forget all about goldfish watching, buy her husband a bowl ing bull, and sj'-'t hirrt to join the y Classroom Teachers Association, nearest bowling, league. n Brookwood Elementary School Auditorium Tuesday, February 9. at 7 p. m. Members of the panel were Mrs. f. O. Beenc, Mrs. E. W. Cope, and, Mrs. Horace Fuller, Miss Kay I Lamp, Mrs, Donald Moore, Mrs. "**" ~ iiwi i « VI<=.JKI <iuuiut:iiuiHy oy A. D. Caldwell, and Mrs. Sam An-l some0ne who mistooke them for Idrews. Mrs. E. R, Brown acted! dcer as moderator, ^ h Mrs. Otis Breed presented the Bowling has a number of ad vantages over goldiish watching as a way of calming down husbands. It is also cheaper and Safer than either hunting or fishing. Few men ever drown on n bowling alley or are shot to death by Mrs. Oliver Adams Presents Program At CWF Meeting Mtrs. Oliver Adams presented the program, "No East Or West " when the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met lor their regular'meet- ing on Monday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. Ed Murphy, Mrs O'DeL' Luck, Mrs. B. L. Rettig and Mrs. MacRae Cox. Mrs. Edmund Pendleton gave an inspiring devotional . Mrs. Ernest Graham, president, conducted ! the business session dur- ng which time plans were made for :he District Youth meeting to be ield in Hope on February 27. Ambassador Sunday School Class Meet's Mrs. Dwight Ridgdill and Mrs. Dorsey Collins were co-hostesses it the February 9 meeting of the Ambassador Sunday School Class n the home of Mrs. Ridgdill, 507 South Washington. Mrs. H. O. Hart opened the meeting with praper, followed with he devotional given by Mrs. Tom Duckett. Committees .for the month of March were appointed. The ;roup enjoyed a Bible quiz. Refreshments were served folr owing the business meeting..' Hempstead County Classroom Teachers Association , .: ""Has*.Panel" Discussion .L,. . '!. '**'. "The Moral and.Spiritual Values n the Public Schools" was the sub- Otis Breed , „._„ „„.. goals and services of the National Education Associtaion following remarks made by Mrs. Frank Mason, president, who gave high evaluation to the national and stale magazines, as well as to other magazines related to the teaching profession. Mrs. James McLarty led the group in singing, with Mrs. B. C. Hyatt as accompanist. Mrs. W. M. Sparks gave the invocation. Miss Helga Loew, a visting teacher from Germany was a special guest at the'meeting. She told the group of teachers organizations in Germany. During a business .session Mrs. Mason appointed the following nominating committee: Mrs. T. V. Messer, Mrs. Elmer Brown, Mrs. Thomas Hays and Mrs. Joe Amour. April 2 was announced as the date for the AEA District meeting at Southern State College in Magnolia. Following the program, refreshments carrying out the School The best thing about bowling Is that .it gets a husband out of the hnus;: one night a week, and en ftbles him to satisfy a mans not- male desire to'destroy things. They show Him, a shicing stlley with ten bright wooden pins in perfect pal tern a«. the end. They hand him his bowling ball and sny, "see if you can smash 'eii all down, big fel low. 1 ' Mtbacks'Are Continued ftorri Page (. that a lot of people who went up Norn arc coming back/ 1 Hilton Brae-y, manager of the Missouri Cotton Producers. Assft. said today. •*' "And a lot of peopln who usually move oh somrwliere else; stuck arounci. There are lots of factors. Drought, maybe, but Hot much. It's horfi to put a finger on it and 1 oan'tprove my theory. But that's my opinion." There won't bp any clear picture of the situation until about April, whei planting is under way and seasonal layoffs in industry usually end. Fo.' unemployed farm workers, another complicating factor Is the nervous to be watched by wives, but that is just too bad and nothing can be done about it. Once you buy K goldfish yuu con't just let it go to waste c&n you Somebody cotton by law fcfecmtf* Among the birds taught to talk are the of Australia, ttte -1 some spfecte* of j«ys fr Happy Is The When Backac Goes Away .'•'.SM •;', -M *iir kidney funttton U ***# Im , «vrjr»» ____ «» *tn-« and «tfaln ( a»iwes thfc I function toulm* down, ttanyhslk sttie backwhe-jfeej rtftaiftiWft, tier trrltfltlon* due to cold WWHt UHtttti ».**«it» uu»*itji jruu, j rjf O. diuretic. Used successfully tfr ' jr.*,. •*•*, .rune*. Bonn's* veh«] Torto-help tho tent flush out W**U. Get Doaft'a ]ppy wdlef from ttfewd iBrtllMof ktdttoy tutwa **U. Get Doaft'a PllS motif were served Cafeteria. in the School Other guests were J. H. Jones, superintendent of Hope Schools, and Elmer R. Brown, Hempstead County :school supervisor. For the rest of. tho evening ho wears himself out crashing the ball into the pins, destroying the too perfect pattern sending them flying. He is as happy as a small boy who is given' a fistful of rocks in a greenhouse and told to break as .many windows as he wants to. He cyr.es home tired, but cheerful and relaxed. U has been just the kind of evening he needed, But who; about the wive What should fhe do while her husband is out 'renewing his youth in a bowlhiff alley After all, you can't expect her just to sit at home and do nothing, can you Nr, indeed. Many wives have turned to goldfish watching. They now walch the goldfish they once bought their husband before he found it was mote fun to go bowl ing. die so they could watch it some' Somo goldfish find it makes them Starts 9 A. M. Thursday, Feb. llWi? 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