Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 11, 1954 · Page 3
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fir February If, 1954 HOP! STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phont 7-8431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. M. (Calendar •3 I.Thurtday, February 11 IThe Adult Fellowship Class of the First Methodist Church will meet ft 7 o'clock Thursday night, February 11, at the church. This is to Hp% pot luck dinner meeting. Baby Sitters will be provided. | The executive committee of Oglesby PTA will meet in the audi- fbrium at 2 p. m. on Thursday Feb- ?uary 11. A study course will be presented at 2:30. PTA Council will be hosts ' this Founders' Day Silver Tea ;bc held in the High School Audl- ium at 3 p. m. Thursday, Fcb- 11. . I TO I Friday, February 12 LThc Camellia Garden (Jlub will jmcet Friday, February 12, at 2 p. rp., in the home of Mrs. Floyd Lev- Coo** with |a$ Off? Llbiril tride-lk l«sy ttrmi Lehman Auto Supply 2158. Main, Hope, Phone 7-2731 £.' Call or Write Perry Henley for home demonstration erett, 504 S. Walker, with Mrs. Steve Atkins as co-hostess. Saturday, February 13 An informal Valentine dance will be held at the Hope Country Club Saturday night, February 13,from 9 till 12. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter Verhalen and Mr. and Mrs. Duffie D. Booth. Susan Davis will be hostess to the Music Makers, Junior Music Club al her home on Saturday morning, February 13, at 10 o'clock. Tuesday, February 16 Poplar Grove 196, WOW Circle, will hold its monthly social at the home of Mrs. Joo Stone at 7:30 on Tuesday evening. February 16. All members are invited to attend. Thursday February 18 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet with the American Legion at the new Ltgion Hut on Thursday night, February 18. Good Citizenship Girls Honored At OAR Luncheon D. A. R. Good Citizenship Girls, Miss Linda Brock of Lewisville, and Miss Billic Baker of Hope, were guests of the John Cain Chapter at. their monthly luncheon at the Hotel Barlow on Wednesday, February IV), with Mrs. Robert Lagrone, Mrs. Charles Locke and Mrs. J. A. Haynes as hostesses. Mrs. Hoy Allison, program chairman, introduced Miss Brock, who spoke to the group on the "Right? of a Good Citizen." giving her views as a teenager, and Miss Baker, who spoke on the "Responsibility of a Good Citizen," stressing responsibility to his government his fellow man and to God. Mrs. Gus Haynes gave a five mfn ute talk on "The Patriotic Service In the DAR-Owned Schools," ICaU Duncan Smith at Grant, Alabama and Tamassee DAR School at Tam assee. South Carolina. Mrs. Haynes discussed the curricular at these schools and pointed out that monej spent on Youth is never wasted Mrs. Dick Watkins, regent, pre sided over a brief business session Seventeen members and three guests, Miss Baker, Miss Brock and Mrs. Frances Brock of Lewisville were present. PEG ChapteV AE Meets In Home Of Mrs. MoNelll Chapter AE of the P. E. O. Sister hood met on Tuesday afternoon a the home of Mrs. C. C. McNcill Japonica and other spring flowers were used in decorating the livinj room. Mrs. Franklin Horton presl dent, was in charge of the business period. The corresponding secre tary, Mrs. Herbert Stephens, rea( a letter of appreciation from Mrs Doyle McCoy of Sheridan, Arkansas a guest of the chapter in January Mrs. W. Y. Foster, chairman of the courtesy committee, reported tha the chapter had sent a corsage to Mrs. Francis Cherry, member o: Chapter AJ, when she was a. recen visitor in Hope. For the program, Mrs. Horton read the annual President's Let ter which gaVe the highlights oi the past year's work. A salad plate with coffee was ser ved by the hostess, assisted by Mrs C. V. Nunn. Tobias—King Engagement. Announced Mr. and Mrs. James Aubrey To bias of Patmos, formerly of Bryan, Texas, announce the engagcmeni and approaching marriage of then daughter, Catherine Sue, to Charles M. King, son of Reverend and Mrs J. R. Stogsdill of Compton, California. The wedding will be an event oi ' VOGUE STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE Unbelievable values in Ladies Ready to Wear , Shop Now and Save Rayon FAILLE SUITS 13.00 Save 9.98. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44, 14i to 22i Others at 16.00 to 18.00 1 Table SWEATERS As Low as . . Everyone a real buy. Don't miss these. T Rack SKIRTS As Low as . . Save on sportswear Shop today. . FORMALS As Low as . . 5*00 Others reduced 33)4 to 50% Rayon SUITS As Low as . . Wool SUITS As Low as. 15.00 Others priced at tow prices. DRESSES As Low as . . 4.00 Now is the time to Save. All sizes and fabrics. 1 Rack BLOUSES As Low as . . All marked down to sell COATS As Low as .. 10.00 Toppers and full length. All priced at Clearance prices. VOGUE ^^" ^pm^^F^ * ^^^^*^^^^ ft ^^HWBIi^*^ ^^^^^^^w^ 2nd and Mam Street March 20, in Waco, Texas. Miss Tobias is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin High School, Bryan Texas, and Texas State College for Women. She received her degree from Southwestern Baptist Theologi cal Seminary last May and since then has been serving as Youth Director and Chut'ch Secretary of the Emmanuel Baptist Church of Waco. Mr. King is a graduate of the University of Houston, and of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is now employed with the public school system and is Music Director o£ the First Baptist Church of Bay City. Boyle Notice The American Legion Auxiliary meeting originally scheduled for Monday February 15, has been postponed. There will be a meeting with the Legion at the new Legion Hut on Thursday, night, February 18. Coming and Going i A'B James G. Willis Completed training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, and after a ten day leave spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Willis 406 North Main, has returned to Amarillo Air Force Base. Personal Mention Airman Carl G. Willis of the 301st Bomb Wing at Barksdalc Field, Shrcveport, Louisiana, will leave February 11, for North Africa. Carl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Willis. Continued from Pag* One Charles-and hor father and mother immediately I laughed aloud Nina had whis^err.d separately into their pars, too, how she felt about Charles. Six or 60 I thought, women haven't learned the secret of keopinp any secret, particularly on I ho subject of love. Nina's mother approved of the romance, sayiig it was just right for Hie first :;rade.base d on her own first-grade memories. She had never met Charles, but understood lie war a yw,ng man of high character and principle, although subject to hesd colds in winter. Nina'.s father .'aid the only time he'd known Nin? 1o falter in this very serious bjsinnss of "being in love' was right after Christmas. Sighing deeply, she had told him confidentially "you know, Daddy" I was so excited about Sanla Chtus that I almost forgot about Charles." It troubled her that this was so. Next mornin; when Nina awok« I asked her a little more about Charles. She likes to talk about him Bi-.t was he the only boy in her clars that she- liked Sho ihoiifjht that over carefully before ihe said, "well, no. Some- limes I'm in love with Glenn. But mostly I'm in lovt with Charles. "Which one arc you going to marry" I asked her I didn't feel the question \v:.s unfair. Nina has always been determined thatlhc Search Continues for Missing Yacht LOS ANGELES, Calif., (UP)— The coast guard reported an all- force search and rescue plane from Panama wts ordered to join sur- fnce ci'&ft early today in the s,earrh i'or a racing yacht missing at sea, 1,800 milr-r. south o£ here. A nevy boat the PCEC 898 reached the nroa from Acapuloc, Mcx., early yesterday but found no sign of the schooner Dirigo II after a 24 houi search. Coast guard offici;<Js said the navy craft was joined in the search by two merchant ships in the area. The schooner, a veteran of Pacific races, radioed word that avy seas rausnd fuel drums lashed on decks to break loose. No further radio contact has been made, The coast guard said. It was learned the Dirigo, cap- .ained by James W. Crawford, St. Petersburg, Fla., >vith a crew of three, was bound for the Galapagos islands soi'.tn of Panama. The coasc guard said it was not known whether the ship had resumed its corn-tie and hart been unable to make radio contact. The search paUcrn would in- clude an area south and cast of where the Diriso last reported itself, the coast guard said. only career she wants is to be a mother like hot mommy* "Oh, neither of them," she said, as if shocked I knew so little- abotit her heart. "I'm going to marry Jody:" "Who is Jody'?" 1 felt 1 was getting mote tost T/i>ry moment. "Why Jody is the boy I knew when \VP lived in Rome. He lives in Culifornui nov. But I've always been going to marry Jody—ever since I Was thrre years old!" Tliat ended that. 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