Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 18, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 18, 1954
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fhursdoy, 18, 1$54 M0 Pi Sit Aft, MOM, A ft SOCIETY Phone 74431 Between I A. M, and 4 P. M, Calendar . Thursday Februal-y 18 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet with the American Legion at the new Ltgion Hut on Thurs. clay night, February 18. Tho Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliary will'have a meeting at 2 p. m. on .Thursday. . The Junior Auxiliary of the Gar J-ett Memorial Baptist Church, Mrs. Lyle Alien, president, will meet Thursday at 7i 30 p. m. At 4 p. m. on Thursday, February 18, the Concord Choir of the First Baptist Church v.'.'ll rehearse. The Choir o£ the First Christian Church will practice Thursday night nt 7. The Chancel Choir of the First Baptist Church Will have rehear- :sal at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday. The men of the First Presbyter- ian church will meet for supper Thursday night at 7 o'clock in the Fellowship HalL 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 Brents will present the program. Each member is requested to attend this important meeting and to bring a triangle ar rangement . Thursday, February 18 Hope Chapter 328 Order of the Eastern Star will have their regular meeting at 7:30 on Thursday night, February 18. The Girl Scout Community Committee will meet February 18, at the City Hall at 10 a. in. Thursday, February 18, at 2 p. m. the Hobby Club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. W. Lindsey at 807 East. Seventh street. Friday, February 19 The Dahlia Garden Club will SAENGER JRJCHARDGREEKE-PAUIARAYMOND H 8 RAYMOND BURR • DONA 'DRAKE I SHORTS : Sports, "Yesterday's Champion" Musical, "Xavier Cugat" • FRIDAY & SATURDAY • STAND AT APACHE RIVER STEPHEN McNAlLT • JULIA ADAMS Chorlct Linda Loult BOYER • CHRISTIAN • JOURDAN Coming and Going Misses Lenore Hatfield and Betty Fincher have returned from a visit with friends in Memphis; Tennessee. ^ ..^..v...,!.^ ' "' '** Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Martin ami daughter, Tinn, and Mrs. Joe Maitin are now at home following a Visit in BeaUmont, Texas, with Mrs. L. H, Shelton and family. . ' ; HOMEMAKING IN A PETITE MANNER—June Cabot shows a Chicago, I'.l., group where she, will place a television set and desk unit in a scale-mode] room she plans to lake on a nationwide i our. She suggests working out decorating problems with similar scale models before buying ! any home furnishings. meet Friday, February 19, at the home of Mrs. J. C. Carlton, with Mrs. Ross Bright and Mrs. Dewey Baber as co-hostesses. Members are asked to bring a miniature arrangement. . On Friday night, February 19, he Hope Rotary Club will ( have Ladies night in celebration of its 36th anniversary, at seven o'clock at the Barlow Hotel. Saturday, February 20 The Melody Maids will met Saturday morning at' ten o'clock at the home of Jo Beth Rettig. 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 "Jeremiah, the Prophet," in a most interesting and unique manner. All members are urged to be present and bring your Bibles. ., • Tuesday, February''23 Chapter AE of PEO will meet Tuesday, February,,23, at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Franklin Horton on West Avenue B. , Presbyterian .Men • To Have Dinner The men of the Presbyterian Church will have their monthly dinner at the Church Thursday evening at seven o'clock. Circle two will serve a turkey dinner. William E. Tolleson, president, announced that Haskell Jones will have charge of the program qnd there will be an election of officers. • •• ' • VFW Auxiliary To Be Hosts To District' 10 Encampment On Sunday February 21, the VFW Auxiliary District 10 emcampment will be held in Hope at the VFW Hut. Official visitor will be Mrs. Johnny Byrd, of North Little Rock, department president. ;.. ' All members are requested to attend. : HUN-EY —A newcomer to i Hollywood, Allison Hayes poses' in..the costume she'll wear In her movie debut. She plays a Huri woman, in a film based on the life of. Attila. A former model, her real name is Mary. Jane Hayes and she was discovered T at a .Washington, D. C., V '" ' •'society"function. , VFW Auxiliary Has Program On Fire Prevention On Tuesday night at seven o'clock FREE Delivery Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 FRESH DRESSED DELICIOUS FRYERS Let's Eat Fryers Pound HALF GALLON ICE CREAM Half Gallon 10 Ib, Sock PQTATQES C RIB and SHOULDER ROUND STEAK Compare Price Pound Grade A Lge. Country EGGS Compare Price the members of the winning team in the VFW membership contest were served supper by the members of the losing team. • After supper, Fire Chief Willis and Fireman Rothwell gave a program on "Fire Prevention Worthwhile." After the program a short business session was • held. The meting was closed with pra- er by -the chaplain. Mrs. Hinton Davfs. Mrs. Yocum, Mrs. Dickey • ' Hostesses At Meeting Of Wisteria Garden Club Mrs. Can-oil Yocum and Mrs. W. C. Dickey entertained the Wisteria Garden Club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Yocum 'on,; South Pine street. During the business meeting con-, ducted by the president, Mrs. Will Ed Waller, the club voted to send' one dollar to the Sanatorium ai Booneyille for a book to place 'In their.library. Also a donation: of two, dollars and fifty cents will be sent to, the state hospital at Benton to he used for seeds and bulbs. .Mrs. ; E, .A. v Mcpo!ive,ll brought the program on /'Fertilizer, ''-,< How 1,0 ;Mulch and Soir'Conserva'tioti,'''' "" Each member brought a fruit arrangement, with first place being won by Mrs. Jim James.. She used foliage, dried twigs and fruit nr- 'ranged on a large tray. Cake and coffee was served to the 15 members and one guest Mrs. Vance Broom. ' ed by populdr vote, and tho winning chlub will -'eceive a prize of fifteen dollars. Mrs. Luck announced that the annual hat show sponsored by the Rose Club will be held in May. Mrs. 1 B. L. Rettjg distributed Flower Show schedules and announced that the Spring Flower Show would be staged in homes. The arrangements will be placed in five different homes. The homos and dates will be announced later. The Federation approved pluns to transplant some of the nandtna plants from the circle at Fair Park entrance to plots in the Park Drive. Further landscaping will take place in the Fall. Mrs. Steve Can-igan is chairmjm of this project. Further business conducted included an assignment to each club of some phase of vyork pertaining to the Arkansas Resources and Development ^Corporation contest planned this year. The Lilac Club will be hostess to the Council, in May Births Mr, and &frd.:.iX B. Russell, St. of Dallas, 1te*aSv are th* parents of an eight pound boy, Charles Randolph born February 17, at Baylor Hospital. Maternal grandparent* are Mr. and Mrs .Charles Marrell of Hope. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Lois Russell and D. 6. Russel Sr.. of Hope. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mr. Luther B. Delaney Hope Larry Rothwell, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. Harold F. West, Hope Mrs. Thompson Impson, Hope. P. A. Thurman, Hope Mrs. Rush Jones, Ozan. Branch , Admitted: Bobby Ponder, Camden. Discharged: Mrs. W. D. Flowery Jr., ; Hope Mary Jane Wilson Hope UNDERCOVER QAU-Pretty Joanne OwShs models a new bra at a Chicago corset fashion show. Why ts she carrying an umbrella? Ohe answer fe-4t might help to lessen that "uncovered" feeling she may get when modeling undexsarments, Jimmie Don Wilson, Hope, Mrs, Robt Conway, Allca, Tex. i > , Presfdertf forSuhsh resdtt l< soskjfif op mti6h 8f KM the g here Howtir 1 It-rived* her§3, of rest .... Ignt I rdfrfi_ .^ A eedwfd tff atotii'^ tufted' bit &t cneefSd'thS no scended from t ti. r .. ,,«—«., the caturrtbus smiMifg dent "~ " " " asjain, ^ lo this trib. We !«e* be In this stated / 1 The Kisenhowdt'st 'J the tflfat L&dy"s ifcbthl S. fioud—were welcot by California'!* Gov." Knight, First trtfentlort mills" Jn old English curs about 'the t-_ century. The oldesbiailti dates from 1865 ami,is?! Sufrey^ England. ^! Dress and Matching Water Proof PANTIES In pastel colors. $2.49 One of many Vanta Numbers. Exclusively ours. *m 1& !* f (. 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