Tueidoy, February 16, 1954 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Tuesday, February 16 Poplar Grove 19G. WOW Circle. will hold its monthly social at the (HURRY! DON'T MISS IT) RITA HAYWORTHi JOSE' FERRER; NEWS 'CIRCUS BAND" 2 FEATURE :40 - 4:51 - 7: AT 02 - 9: 13 » Regular Prices Plus 10c For 3-D Glasses! FREE ORCHIDS to the First 25 Ladies in Line! home of Mrs. Joe Stone at 7:30 on Tuesday evening. February 16, All members are invited to attend. The Third and last Session of the Training School will be conducted from 7 till 9 p. m. on Tuesday, February 16, at the First Methodist Church, street. West Second at Pina The Intermediate R. A.'s of thn First Baptist Church are to meet at 7 p. in. on Tuesday, Februray 16. In the VFW Auxiliary membership contest, the winning team will he given a supper by the losing team, Tuesday night; February 1G. at seven o'clock. All members arc 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, 100?, South Elm. Mrs. co-hostess. Wallace Cook will be tist 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 Garrett 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. 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 Auxillar will meet with the American Leg ion at the now Ltgion Hut on Thurs clay night, February IB. rangement. On Friday night, February 19, the Hope Rotary Club will have Ladies night in celebration of its 36th anniversary, at seven o'clock at the Barlow Hotel. Monday February 22 W. S. C. S. Circle Five of the First Methodist Church will mept Monday, .February 22, at 7:30 p. m. at the home of 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 ings in a different town each quarter instead of following the present custom of placing district meetings at DcQueen. Mrs. Roy Stephcnson gave the devotional =nd Mrs. B. B. McPher- Boyle Continued from Paga One right now I love life as it is. I want it to stay that way." Judy is a friendly, down-to-earth, easy-talking girl. But she still gets as nervous dver each new role as she did when he made her first son talked on thot Work of the Met- 'won't become Stale to her. And n jt j n "B orn Yesterday" a part hodist Church with the Southern! she hasn't let Hollywood fame orj whjch her tremendous' memory Negroes. ' T J mone ^ "P scl 1 ?, or own private val- |Cnabled her to karn , n on]y ^g y - 6 n g ° oH-screen days . AcUng dumb is ^rd, se- B ' . CSa and Danny Keeley. served a salad plate and hot rolls to twelve members. Mrs. J. H. Walker Hostess To Amanda Tinkle Circle On Monday afternoon. February 15, the Amanda Tinkle Circle of [rious work for an intelligent woman. glamor. "My life hasn't changed much," she said. "I don't go to the places where the elite meet. •Motherhood isn't as popular in tne waves , at just the ri ht tlme Hollywood now as it was several years ago. You're supposed to keep quiet about that. An a ctress "Comedy is | she explained. like surf riding," "You have to hit to keep an audience laughing. "And when there are no waves will present me SCCOna session Ol :.'• "'^ """<»"« iinivn: ^niau «l' nm ., J- CM ,, nriQr ,H tr> hr> ovnitino nnA —""' J "Jeremiah, the Prophet." in a most ^ First Baptist Churth. Mrs. Gus "omantlr and «l a mnrous " drown! lomanti anct iamoius. —oh, you drown. and how you interesting and unique manner. members are urged to be prcsen and bring your Bibles. The Builder's Class of the First Baptist Church, Mrs. Horace Fuller as teacher, will meet in the educational building on Tuesday night at seven o'clock for luck and monthly social. a pot 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 Routon, 1503 S. Hervcy. Mrs. H E Luck, president of the council, urges each president to attend or have her club represent ed as important business will bo discussed The G. M. A.'s of the Unity Bap- Comforts More „ , Childhood Ills... X- than all otherchil- dren's aspirin combined I Mothers and children prefer it; doctors approve it. Try it; NEWI For Children's Head Colds Specialized, Safe', Pure Water Baso ST, JOSEPH NOSE DROPS FOR CHILDREN The Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliar will have a meeting at 2 p. m. o Thursday. The Junior Auxiliary of the Ga rett Memorial Baptist Church, Mrs Lyle Alien, president, will mee Thursday at 7:30 p. m. At 4 p. m. on Thursday, Februar 18, the Concord Choir of the Firs Baptist Church v.'.Ml rehearse. The Choir of the First Christia Church will practice Thursda; night at 7. The men of the First Presbytei ian church will meet for suppe Thursday night at 7 .o'clock in th Fellowship Hall. The Chancel Choir of the Firs Baptist Church will have reheai sal at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday. The Daffodil Garden Club wi meet Thursday at two o'clock a the home of Mrs. Ed O'Gran. Co hostess will be Mrs. Homer Jones Mrs. Harold Brents will presen the program. Each member is requested to attend this importan meeting and to bring a triangle ai rangement . Friday, February 19 The Dahlia Garden Club wi meet Friday, February 19, at th home of Mrs. J. C. Carlton, wit Mrs. Ross Bright and Mrs. Dewe Baber as co-hostesses. Member are asked to bring a miniature ar Spring Fashions Pretty os a Picture' As featured in FAMILY CIRCLE, February To make little hearts go pitter-patter! These are the social butterflies that go to school and stay so fresh and fair. In crease-resistant cottons that lead a charmed life. Big Sister poses in "See the Birdie" print on pink or blue with spinning skirt and streamers, too! Little Sister models "Striped Delight" sashed in velvet, swirling skirt of woven chambray, solid top with bright buttons showing! Both with a secret pocket fucked away in the skirt seam. Shown Below Sizes 3 to 6X ... $3.95 Sizes 7 to 14 ... $4.95 J I Good Houitketf Inj , Shown at Right Sizes 3 to 6X ... $3.95 Sizes'? to 14 . . $4.95 Two of the many new spring styles by Kate Greenaway. Other sizes from 9 months to sub teens. Young Adult Fellowship Has Pot Luck Supper On Thursday night at seven o' clock, the Young Adult Fellowship ol the Methodist Church met at th church for a pot luck supper. After the supper, Reverend Kee] oy brought the second in a sorie of lessons on the History of thi Methodist Church. He was assistec by Mrs. L. B. Tooley. Approximately 40 members at tended. Methodist Church Children Division Officers And Teachers Meet The Children's Division Officers and Teachers of the Mcthodis Church held a pot luck supper a the church on Wednesday evening February 10. Special guests were Mrs. L. B. Tooley, president of the Woman's Society, Reverend anc Mrs. V. D. Keeley, Judy and Dan ny. Miss Kathleen Broach, divisioi superintendent, introduced the st* perintendents and teachers who it turn told the group of the curren 1 missionary units in progress in the children's department. By departments those attending were Mrs. J. W. Perkins, Juniol cp-ordinator and superintendent o: Juniors two; Mrs. Albert Grave? Mrs. James McLarty, Jr., super intendent of Junior one; Mrs. J W. Franks, Mrs. Syvelle Burke Miss Mary Louise Copeland, Mrs Edwin Stewart, Miss Nannie Pur kins, superintendent primary de partmcnt; Miss Marie Purkins Mrs. Wayne Russell, Mrs. George Wylie, superintendent of kinder garten two; Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Arcr Wylie, superintendent of kinderr garten one; Mrs. Eugene Jines Mrs. Fred Johnson, Miss Evelyn Briant, superintendent of nursery of three year olds; Mrs. Faye An derson, Mrs. Sam Hartsfield. two year nursery; Mrs. George. House Infants;'and Ruth Ann Wylie .anc Gene Jines, Billy Gilbert Honored With Birthday Party ; • Mrs. Pauline Gilbert horib'rec her son, Billy Wayne, with a party on his eighth birthday Saturday, February 13. Assisting Mrs! Gilbert were Mrs. Bob White .and Mrs. L. A. Sinyard. Games were played with first prize being won by Rose Ann Williams and Billy Bob White won second prize. The birthday cake was topped with red valentine, Hopalong Cassidy and Topper. After the opening of the gifts, ice :ream, cake and punch were served ;o Ronnie Stephenson, Judy Allen, Michael Poole, Rose Ann Williams Al Weisenberger, Cecil Ray and Hoyd Sprague, David Chism, Billy 3ob and Jo Susan White, Jackie Sumpter, Ray Duke and Coy Lynn Yates. Wesleyan Service Guild Discusses Plans For District Guild Meetings The home of Mrs. V. D. Keeley vas the scene of the meeting of he Wesleyan Service Guild of ih* Tirst Methodist Church on Monday evening, the eighth of Feh- uary. Mrs. Ben Edmiaston the presi- lent, led the singing of the Guild •itual with Mrs. B. C. Hyatt at the jiano. Plans were discussed for lolding the quarterly district meet- Haynes .chairmnn, met for mission study at the home of Mrs. J. H. Walker on Second street. Mrs. Arch Moore brought an interesting lesson from the book entitled "Evangeline Country." Mrs. Polk Singleton assisted Mrs Walker in .serving a dessert plate to 13 members and two visitors.il Mrs. T. A. Jackson and Mrs. Gal-| lion. romantic and glamorous. 1 But Judy doesn't mind t elling the world t he biggest thing in her life is her lo-month-old son, Jonothan. "I used to collect antique fu rni- lure," she said. "Now all I collect Her career has cost Judy one of the big pleasures of living—eating her own cooking. Her fighting weight is 130—and she has to fight hard to keep it there. "I'm a very good cook, and I is baby Pictures. Does he have ani, ove to cook but u . t I. Q. of 12 How could I tell A fal , ,„„ '„ cho coW .-n know is I like him like he is. "Am afraid of anything, did Annie Hoover Circle Meets At Brannon Home The Annie Hoover Circle of the First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. A. D. Bvannon on Monday afternoon. meeting was opened with by Mrs. Jack Hogg. The The prayer business sesion was presided over by Mrs. Royce Smith. "In Evangelist Country" was taught by Mrs. Hugh Jones. Mrs. Eva Campbell gave the devotional. Refreshments - were s.erved nine members by the hostess. you a sk Well, I'm not afraid of (losing success. I would be more | afraid of losing the people in my | life than the things in my life. But Mrs. W. B. May and children Patsy, Sue and Kenneth were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. May of Bodcaw No. Two. to NOTICE The Azalea Garden Club meeting has been postponed from Thursday February 18 until Thursday, February 25. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fuller attended a banquet at the Shamrock Hotel in Houston, on February 6. Pvt. Charles H. Webb who is stationed at Camp Chaffee at Fort Smith, is spending two weeks with his parents. Miss Betty Saunders spent the weekend in Arkadelphia as the guest of her Filogamo. sister, Mrs. Martin Mr, and Mrs. Troy Spencer and daughter Linda, Mr. and Mrs. K. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McKamie and son Herbert Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Saner May, and children, Sammy and Nancy, Mr. and ^ Wise Man Say: A runway son Is still precious; a runway daughter loses her value. VALUE YOUR POSSESSIONS! Are your Household Goods protcted? If not consult us. Roy Anderson & Co. Agents Roy Anderson T. "Buddy" Evans "To Be Sure - Insure" 210 S. Main St. — Hope, Ark. Pho. 7-3481, 7-3482 Mrs. Gladys Thornton of Phoenix Arizona, has been called to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Penny Roberts in Nashville. She is also visiting relatives here in Hope. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Leo Arnold, Rt. 1, Hope P. A. Thurman, Hope Mrs. Nell B. Potter, Ozan Mrs. Wesley McClellan, Patmos. Discharged: Mrs. J. A. Tobias Patmos Mrs. R. F. Hooker and daughter, Blovins, Mr. R. D. Sharman, Hope Mrs. Arlis Downs and daughter, Rt. a, Hope Mrs. Alice Johnson, Columbus Mrs. H. \V. Hutt, Fouke, Ark. Mrs. Walter Evans and daughter Columbus Mrs. John H. Norycll, Hope A. A. Campbell, Hope. fall for me," she said. "Because as I cook, 1 love to taste. And by the time I serve it, particularly if it is something really good, I find it has diminished considerably in the kitchen. • " guess what I am most afraid of right now are calories. calorie all calories." any Production of the eight major grains in the United States during the 1952-53 season otalled 155V4 millions tons. easy .to own a 'Eiuy teeua— liberal trade-in. Come in today. Lehman Auto Supply 215 S. 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