Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 15, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 15, 1954 •<• HOFI STAR, HOPI, ARKANSAS IETY Phone 7-8431 Between I A. M. «nd 4 P. M. ^Calendar {'Monday February 15 |-The Wilting Workers Auxiliary ot •the Unity Baptist Chrch will have a fleeting on Monday night at 7. $ ViThc Choir of the First Presbyter- ijktt Church will practice at 7 o'clock Monday night. 1'Monday night at 7:30 the Girls Auxiliary of the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church will meet. ^Monday night, February 15, from tj| until 9 o'clock the Second Ses- jBlon of the Training School will be >£Jkld' at the First Methodist Church. Little Men's Brotherhood of ihfeiGarrclt Memorial Baptist Chur- ch will meet on Monday, February 15. at 7:30 p. m. The Order of the Rainbow for Girls will meet tonight at 7:30, in the Masonic Hall for the regular business meeting. All members who have not paid their dues, please bring them at this time. Tuesday, February 16 Poplar Grove 196, WOW Circle, will hold its monthly social at the home of Mrs. Joe Stone at 7:30 on Tuesday evening. February 16. All members are invited to attend. The Hempstcad County 'Medical Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Jud B. Martindale, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, February 16. The First Baptist Church Inter- VOGUE STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE Look at the new items offered. Here's more reason to shop this Big Sale. NYLON and RAYON LINGERIE .33% to 50% OFF Slips, gowns and petticoats. Your chance to save as much as*$4.50 per item. KID and FABRIC GLOVES $1.00 and $2.00 Save as much as $2.50 per pair. 150 pairs offered. COSTUME JEWELRY 59e and $1.00 Was 1.00 Was 2.00 Large assortment both prices. SWEATERS $2.00 and $3.00 Now is your chance to really make a saving. Others priced accordingly. VOCUE 2nd and Main mediate G. A.'s will meet at 4 ». m. on Tuesday. The Third and last Session of the Training School will be conducted from 7 till 9 p. m. oh Tuesday, February 16. at the first Methodist Church, West Second at Piha street. The Intermediate R- A.'s of the First Baptist Church are to meet at 7 p. rn. on Tuesday, Februray 16. Garland Brownie Troop Three will meet Tuesday afternoon, February 16, after school at the Little House at Fair Park. Judy Gayle Robinson will be hostess. In the VFW Auxiliary membership contest, the winning team will he given a supper by the losing team, Tuesday night. February 16, at seven o'clock. All members are invited . The Friendship School Class of the First Baptist Church will have a meeting on Tuesday, February 16, at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Houston Kitchens, 1002 South Elm. Mrs. Wallace Cook will be co-hostess. Wednesday February 17 The executive board of the Hempstead County Cancer Society will meet in the home of Mrs. E. O. Wingfield 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 Routcn. 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 The G. M. A.'s of the Unity Baptist Church will have a meeting on Wednesday night, February 17. at 6:30. ••'•-• At 4 p. m. Wednesday the Carol Choir of the First Baptist Church will hold rehearsal. The Adult Choir of the First Methodist Church will have practice at 7 p. m. on Wednesday. The Youth Choir of the Garrelt Memorial Baptist Church will have practice at 7 p. m. on Wednesday. The Lilac Garden Club of Hope will meet with. Mrs. Pat Casey, 823 South Main, Wednesday. February 17, at 3 p. m. Associate hostess will be Mrs. C. C.' McNeill. Monday" 22 W. S. C .S. Circle Five of the First Metho'dtsi; Church will meet Monday, F.eKrUary 22. at 7:30 • p. rn. at the ,-hpme °* Mrs. Edward Aslin, Oakhaven, With Mesdames Steve Bader, Sam Hartsfield and Denver Dickinson, as co-hostesses. Mrs. Robert Rider will bring the devotional .and Mrs. Virgil Keeley will present the second session of "Jeremiah, the Prophet," in a most interesting and' unique manner. All members are urged to be present and bring your Bibles. Franklin 1 — FtUtherford Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Singleton Franklin announce the marriage of their daughter, Helen Maria, to William Medford Rutherford son of Mrs. George Lawrence Rutherford Sr. and the late Mr. Rutherford of Greenville, Texas. The candlelight ceremony was performed in the home of the groom on Friday evening, February 12, at six o'clock. The vows were exchanged before a background of greenery and lighted tapers. Dr. T. O. Pcrrin, minister of the First Presbyterian Church of Sulphur Springs, Texas, officiated in the presence of the immediate families. For her wedding the bride chose a suit of pale blue with accessories of pink and navy. She completed her costume with a corsage of pink rosebuds. Miss Mary Edmiaston was the bride's only attendant. She was dressed in'.a mauve suit with navy accessories and a corsage of purple Dutch iris. , James A. Rutherford of Greenville, brother of the groom, was best man.' For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Franklin wore charcoal grey. A pink carnation corsage completed her ensemble. Mrs. Rutherford wore a grey dress with a white carnation corsage. Following the ceremony a butfet supper was served. The bride's table overlaid with, a linen cutwork cloth held the three tiered cake which was. topped with bells edged .im silver. wedding guests. Mrs. Burnis Oallion and Mrs. Carlton. E. L. Buckmlller The Rev. E. L. Buckmiller, and Mrs. Buckmiller, Java Missionaries, will speak at the First Psnte costal Church Wednesday and Thursday nights at 7:30 o'clork. They will illustrate their talks with pictures of work being done in Java. Mr. Buckmiller is pastor of the Sheridan Church, is Sectional Presbyter of that section and has served on the District Board in Missoori. Upon their return they will reside in Greenville. Valentine Picnic Held At Guernsey School The seventh and eighth grade classes of Guernsey school had a valentine pifcnic on Friday. February 12. with the following members present: Leroy Adams, Doyle Black. Majorie Collier, Gilbert Collums, Doyle Erwln, Patsy Fagan, Leveta Jeans, Carolyn Mclvcr, Sue Mbsier, Mary Ann Mosier, Alice O'Rorke, George Powell, Mitchell Powell, Jimmy Rosenbaum, Nelda Faye Self, Jimmy Peyton, Wilton Walker, Mattin Faye Adams, Nina Adams, Roy Bro sius, Jack Byers, Wreyford Ferguson, Melvin Johns, Janice Mclverj Tom McRoy, Buddy Powell, Cry- dell Tullis and Jerrye Cleaver. Mrs.' Eugeno Ferguson was a guest. The class sponsor is Mrs. R. H. Ringo, Mrs. Ferguson is the room mother. meeting originally scheduled lor Monday February 1$, has been postponed, there will be a m&linj fcjth. the Legion at the new Leglori Hut on Thursday, nighi, February IB. About 14 mlllton U, S, farmers belong to farmer cooperatives. age ttf *iiRftlkifti d«tfld*«*ll i-k&k&i Coming and Going Miss Thalia Chlsm, student at Mary Hardin Baylor at Belton, Texas, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chisin. Clyde Arnold spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Arnold, Mrs. Floyd Leverett Hostess To Camellia Garden Club on Friday The February meeting of the Camellia Garden Club was held Friday, February 12, at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. Floyd Leverett with Mrs. Steve Atkins as co-hostess. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Leverett. Mrs. L. C. Cook, the president, presided over a business session. Mrs. J. C Carlton, guest speaker, alked oh "Roses For Every Garden." The hostesses served pie and cof- The couple left for a short trip, lee to eight members and two Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Beasley of Dallas, dere the weekend guests of relatives in Hope and Fulton Harvey Jr. and Junie Nelson of Texarkana, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson of Texarkana. are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ramy Garland and Tommy* and Mrs. Tom Garland in Emmet, while the.ir parents arc in New Orleans. . Clarence Geist" of Southern State College at Magnolia, was the,guest of Miss Thalia Chisrri and Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Chism over the weekend Notice The American Legion Auxiliary At 1:30 p. m. Wednesday, February 17, the Wisteria Garden Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Carroll Yocum, 1506 South Pine. Co-hostess will be Mrs. W. C. Dickey. Members are asked to bring a fruit arrangement. Thursday February 18 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet with the American Legion at the new Ltgion Hut on Thursday-night, February 18. Fords New Ball-Joint Newest Ride on . G<jd Jj the creative an<rsu»toJn!«i <^ trough all existing lity Ascend* our limited ' In have !»love.;He The Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliary will have a meeting at 2 p. in. on Thursday. The Junior Auxiliary of the Gar rett Memorial Baptist Church, Mrs. Lyle Allen, president, will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. At 4 p. m. on Thursday, February 18, the Concord Choir of the First Baptist Church will rehearse. The Choir of the First Christian Church will practice Thursday night at 7. The men of the First Presbyterian church will meet for; supper Thursday night at 7 o'clock in the Fellowship Hall. The Chancel Choir of the First Baptist Church will have rehearsal at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday. The Daffodil Garden Club will meet Thursday at ,two o'clock at the home of Mrs, Ed O'Gran. Co- hostess will be Mrs. Homer Jones. Mrs. Harold Brepts will present the program. Each member is requested to attend this important meeting and to bring a triangle arrangement . Friday, February 19 The Dahlia Garden Club will meet Friday, February 19, at the home of Mrs. J. C> .Carlton, with Mrs. Ross Bright and Mrs. Dcwey Baber as co-hostesses. Members are asked to bring a miniature arrangement. I .... 5AENGER THEATRE.... 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