Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 12, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, February 12, 1954
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Friday, February 12, 1954 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SHEilGER - 4* TODAY AND A w SATURDAY w • 2-FEATURES - 2 * tOMbND O'BRIEN lARRY SULLIVAN J6ULYN BRANDO . Gene AUTRY "IAST OF -.. THE "•• PONY RIDERS" ALSO CHAPTER 1 OF NEW SERIAL Hey Kids (and Grownups, Too!) when you attend the SAENGER Friday or Saturday, ask for a "Lost Planet" Club Card which will entitle you to see the Final Chapter of this serial Free. *•.' Plus "Foolish Duckling'' Color Cartoon * STARTS SUNDAY * Given to the First 25 Ladses in Line Each Day! They're wrestling with sml .«.„ TECHNICOLOR Extra; News & "Circiis 6and" Musical Feature Times Sunday; 1:05-3:08-5:11-7:14 9:17 PRICES » (Plus 10c for ?-p glasses) SOCIETY Phona 7-8431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar 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. Duffle D. Booth. Susan Davis will be hostess to the Music Makers, Junior Music Club at 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. Jon Stone at 7:30 on Tuesday evening. February 16. All members are invited to attend. Wednesday February 17 The executive board of the Hempstead County Cancer Society will meet in the home of Mrs. E. O. Wingf'ield on February 17, at 7:30 p. m. The Daffodil Garden Club will be hostess to the Hope Council of Garden Clubs on Wednesday, February 17 at 9:30 a. m. in the home of Mrs. William Routon, 1503 S. Hervey. Mrs. H E Luck, president of the council, urges each president to attend or have her club represent ed as important business will be discussed Thursday February 18 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet with the American Legion at the new Ltgion Hut on Thursday night, February 18. 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. Hope PTA's Observe Founders Day The PTA's of Hope met in the Senior High School auditorium. Thursday February 11, at 3:00 p. m for the annual Founder' Day observance and Silver Tea. Mrs. Denver L. Dickinson, city council PTA president, presided. Invocation was given by Rev. Edmund Pendleton, pastor of the First Christian Church. Honor guests introduced were two former PTA presidents, Mrs. Floyd Porterfield and Mrs. Ross Gillespie, and Mrs. Jim McKenzie, the immediate past city* f ow council PTA president. Miss Helga Loew, teacher from Germany who is spending February visiting Hope schools was welcomed. She made .a gracious reply, observing that PTA's in South Germany are just now being organized and she was eager to gain, firsthand knowledge of the functions ol PTA as they were doing so much for the American schools she had visited. Haskell .Tones brought information on the establishment and present .progress of the new school for Exceptional Children. He introduced the Exceptional Children's teacher, Mrs. Ernest D. May, who told of the various techniques of training and demonstrated some of the teaching aids. The High School Speech class presented a skit, "We Rekindle Our Flame." Taking part were Barbara Holder, announcer; Paula Ray, pianist]; and Carolyn Long, Lyla Brown, Janette McKenzie, Frances Nash, Alice Gentry, Sybil Shirley, Louise Fagan, Mary Ida Adams, Vinita Cash .Betty Burrough and Billy Joe Baker. Mrs. Dickinson expressed aprec- iation to the PTA's for their contributions to the observance. The program was arranged by Oglesby, the flowers on the stage and at the home eonomics cottage by Paisley registration and favors provided by Garland, silver services by Jr.-Sr. High, and refreshments by Brook wood. The tea was held in the honme economics cottage where Mrs. Hamilton Hanegan and her second year home economics girls were hostesses. A color scheme of bluo and yellow carried out the PTA colors. Jonquils and japonica were used throughout the rooms of the cottage and were used for the teti^ table. Favors in the valentine mo* tif were pinned on each guest. Presiding alternately at thft coffee and tea services were Mrs. Me- • TODAY & SATURDAY HOOSIER HOTSHOTS NOAH BEERY SLIM SUMMERVILLE /f SING ME A SONG OF TEXAS" Kenzie, Mrs. Gillespie, and Mrs. Porterfield. Approximately 100 attended. Mrs. Joe Barentlne Honored With Shower Mrs. Joe Barenline was honored with a pink and blue shower at the home of Mrs. Ross Bright, 1212 East Second street, on Monday, February 8. with Mrs. Carl Groen- lee and Mrs. Cecil Guthrie assisting. Potted plants and japonica arrangements were placed at vantage points in the living room and dining rooms. The dining table was covered with a pink linen cloth and held an arrangement of pink gladiola and pink carnations. All the flowers as well as the honoree's corsage of pink camellias, were aranged by Mrs. Lahroy Spates. After the gifts were opened little cakes, iced to carry out the pink and blue color scheme, and punch were served to twenty-three guests. Y. W. A. To Observe Focus Week The Young Woman's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church is observing its Focus Week February 14-20. Among other activities planned for the week will be the Y. W. A. "High way" Breakfast on ( Sunday morning at the church, at 7 o'clock. Earl Bailey will be the guest speaker at this breakfast and the mothers of the girls will be honored guests. There were fifteen girls present on Monday night for study of the mission book, "The New Orleans Story" taught by Mrs. Henry Haynes. The girls will meet again Monday, February 22, to complete this study at the home oi Betty Owen. Y. W. A. Counselor is Mrs. Dannie Hamilton, and Mrs Homer Be- ycrly is Assistant Counselor. The following girls aro in the rosier: Ruby Sue Cornelius, Betty Chamberlain, Frances Nash, Mary Lou Cornelius. I'Y-mtyjs Baren.iiix;, Wanzell Nix, Betty Owen, Jane Burroughs, Judy Moses, Biliie Bak<-;-, Joyce McBay, Billye Williams, Janette Barr and JoAnn Ensminger. Greta Caston Weds Charles Cough The ;aarria«e of Miss Greta Ann Caston daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Caston and Charles Chris Gough, son of Mrs. Vera- Gough and the late Charles Chris Gough, was solemnized at five o'clock Sunday evening, February 7, in the First Baptist Church.-: .--.. The candlelight ceremony was .performed by Reverend S. A. Whit-' , who read the vows before an altar of emerald greenery and baskets of white Calla lilies. White tapers burned in two-branched candelabra. Preceding the double ring ceremony, nuptial music was presented by Luther Holloman-at the organ. He accompanied Mrs. E. J. Ogran who sang "Always" and "Because." While the candles were being lighted, "You're Nearer" was played, and during the cere- mony "Carefree" was played. The traditional wedding marches were used. Misses. Imogene Arnold and Virgie Caston, sister of the bride, lighted the candles. Miss Arnold wore a gray irridescent taffeta afternoon frock, and Miss Caston an ice blue shantung. Their wristlets were of pink featheYed car- Entering on the arm of her father, the bride wore a dress of Rosemont lace over satin. The Queen Ann collar and flared .skirt were trimmed with rhinestones. Her mitts were o^ white satin. She carried an orchid on a white Bible, and wore vnnda orchids in her hair. Miss Gallic Caston attended her sister as maid of honor. She ch't-so a dress of beige antique taffeta designed with a Chantilly lace bodice over taffeta and a full skirt. She carried n cascade bouquet of yellow carnations, and wore match ing flowers in her hair. Mitchell LaGrone served as best man. Ushers were Billy Mitchell and Bill Martin. Miss Sue O'Stccn presided at the guest book. The mother of the bride wore a dress of terra cotta crepe with grey accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. The mother of the groom was dressed in a brown suit with brown accessories, and her corsage was of white gardenias. Following the ceremony the couple left on a short wedding trip For travel Mrs. Gough chose a navy blue taffeta dress with fitted jacket. She pinned an orchid at her shoulder. The couple will be a home in Hope where both are employed. Out of town guests were: Miss Gallic Caston, aunt of the bride, Mrs James W. Hazzard, Shreveport, Mrs. Earlie Foster, Jr., Lewisville Mrs C. M. Walker, Columbus, Mrs Luther Smith, Mrs. Arthur Keel, Mrs. R. L. Levins, Miss Lucille Adams, Mrs. Lat Moses, Mrs. Jamie Boyette. and Mrs. H. L. Pinegar of Washington, Jack Moses of Camden, Miss Dorothy Firth and Leroy Ridling of Texarkana, Charles E. Stone of Nashville and Miss Betty Allwhite of Emmet. Coming and Going Mrs. H.' C. Whitworth motored today to Lakgview Cabin on Narrows Lake. She was accompanied by members of her bridge club and a few friends. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Fred W. Camp. Hope Marvin Sinyard. Rt. 4, Hope. Gary Sid Cox. Hope Mrs. Walter Evans. Columbus, Patricia Walton. Hope Discharged: Mr. J. E. Lattier. Hope Mr. W. M. Brumhett, Hope Mrs James P. Weeks. Rosston Mr. A. R. Haddix, Mr. UHn F. Crews Mr. D. F. Wiggins F. Wiggins. Hope Mr and Mrs Waller Evans Of Columbus anounce the arrival of a daughter 2-11-54. Admitted: Mrs. Fannie H, Holt. Hope Bobby Fred Garrett. Hope Mrs. W. M. Brummett. Hope R. D. Shannon Hope Mrs Eddie Carlton. Rosston. Discharged: Mrs. Glen Eley. Me- Caskill Jewell Still. Rt. 1, Hope Mrs. Thurinan Ridling. Hope Betty Lou Johnson. Stamps Mrs. B. A. Orr. Rt 1, Hope Mrs Pearl Tabor, Hope Mrs. Leslie Tucker Rt. 1 Hope Joe Dougherty. Rt. 4, Hope. Admitted: Mrs. Albert L. Johnson. Columbus Mrs. Arlis Downs. Rt. 2, Hope Mrs Thompson Empson Hope Mr. J. E. Lattier, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Windle Thompson and daughter, Winda Jean. Admitted: Miss Tillie Ann Barrett. Hope, Mrs. Wallis Monroe. Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Joe McCarble. Columbus, Mrs. Will Dodson. Hope Mr. and Mrs. Arjis Downs of Hope announce the arrival of a daughter Rita Kay. Top Radio Programs New York - S Listerilng to-.... night: NBC— 1. 3ft Sob Hbjjc; 8:35 House of Glass: 9:30 Lihcoln JDay Talk, Sec. Wlhoh; CBS — 0:30 Julius La Rosa 7:30 Godfrey JDJ gest; & Capitol Cloakroom; ABC— 6:30 Lone Ranger; t; Ozzie and Harriet; MBS—7 Starlight Theft ter; 7:30 Take A Number. Union Leaders Talk Affiliation PHILADELPHIA I/PI—An official of the independent International Longshoremen's Assn. said today members of '.he ILA's Atlantic Coast District Tel in Washington last Monday wiih representatives of John L Lev/i."' United Mine Workers to discuss affiliation of the two unions. Ttio ILA spokesman, who de dined to be identified, quoted Lewis i.s saying "the door was open" to a formal association of the two iarpe independent unions The ILA official atlded, however, that such ai affiliation is "far away yet." World's first central generating plant was the Pearl Street station in New York, opened in 1882 by Edison, according to the Encyclopedia Brilannica. STOCK REDUCTION SALE 1 i - ' . -, ' • • ; r MANY ITEMS REPUCED! •'•"'.'.•"'.''. 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