Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 18, 1954 · Page 11
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" ' TWrslay, .fcfttutiry It, STAR, «0Pfe, PRESCOTT NEWS The Prescott Band Mother's Club will sponsor a Band Mother's Jamboree Thursday night beginning at 7 oclock at the Prescott Gym. ;_ „ Friday, February 19 The Victory Home Demonstration Club will meet on Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the home of Mrs. Theo Elgin with Mrs. J. W. Grimes co-hostess, here will be a white elephant sale. E. S. A. Has Valenalne Party Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paul Ct-nne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr. Mr, and Mrs. Gene Hale were hosts to members and husbands of E. S. A. sorority at a St. Valentine's par ty Saturday evening at the Amer- ican Legion Hut. As guests arrived Valentine corsages were pinned on the ladies, with the men drawing clues to complete the rhym. Dans and cupitJs were used in decorations and-a lighted red taper was placed on each table. Games and dancing were enjoyed. Cherry tarts and coffee were served to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wor- fhington, Mr. and Mrs. Bob. Reynolds, Mr. and Airs. Dudley Rouse Mr. and Mrs. J.»V. McMahen, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Daniel, Mr. and I Mrs. J. B. Franks, Mr. and Mrs. [C. R. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dalrymple, Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Arnold Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Adam Guthrie Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bcmis. was read by Mrs. Juanita Taylor Miss Martha Ann Mitchell, stu- Mrs. Jack Harrell announced a dent at Henderson State Teachers display of booklets and magazines!College. Arkadelphia visited her showing objects of thp PTA and' Top Radio Programs NEW YORK W — Listening tonight: NBC — 7 Roy Rogers; 8:35 Eddie Cantor; 9:35, Jane Pickens CBS — 7:30 Junior Miss 8:30 Mar- Jene Dietrich; £):15 Horace Heidt Show: 7:15 Sammy Kaye; 6 White man Variety MBS — 7:36 crime Fighters 8:30 My Little Margie. Arkansas is the Algonquin name of the Quapaw Indians. P. T. A. Observes Founder's Day The Prescott Parent Teachers Association' met Thursday, February 11, and was presided over by Mrs. H. H. McKenzie, President. Mrs. Milford Daniel presented the Devotional based on Matt. 14: 16 "Give ye them to eat." Mrs. Carl Dalrymple read the minutes of the last meeting, the Executive Board meeting, and the Treasurer's report." The State President's message requested that all present see them. Mrs. Jack Robey was appointed chairman to got a basketball team from the PTA to play the Band Mothers ±'eam February J8 at the Band Mothers Jamboree. Mrs. Julia Gann, Mrs. Sid Purtie and Mrs. R. F. Yarbrough are i members of the Nominating Committee. Mrs. Glen Hairston turned tho program over to Mrs. Frank Gilbert who presented a skit "Parents With A Purpose." Members of the cast were Mrs. J. .R. Bemis, Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr., and Mrs. D. L. Mosley. Mrs. Ernest Adam and Mrs Leroy Phillips were pictures in their costumes representing Phoebe-Apperson Hearst and Alice McLellan Birney, who conceived the idea and worked for the organization of the PTA. Room Mothers present had a short meeting with Mrs. Archie Johnson planning a Study Group to be held before the March meeting. In the room count the following were winners: Primary, Mrs. Clara B. Stone, Park, Mrs. H. F. Dildy, Jr-High, Mrs. Julia Gann, High School, Juniors. A Silver Tea was given after tho meeting. . ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mitchell during the weekend; Miss Loyce Stewzirl of Little ther, Mrs. Bob Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Smith atrfl Bock has beeri the gaesVitrf her mo-'Miss Julia -SrftHh tit vteitted Men&s Sunday.- - ^ lit*. state ® You can it' you use Natural Chilean Nitrate of Soda for your top-dressing and side-dressing needs. It costs a little more because it : s worth more. But the difference in cost usually can be measured in pennies per acre, while the difference in value often amounts to dollars per acre. Chilean "Bulldog" Soda gives you generous extra value. The nitrogen is 100 per cent nitrate. It's 100 per cent available (quick-acting); 100 per cent dependable. The minor elements make crops .stronger, healthier. The sodium—26j)ounds in every 100-pound sack—is a key to maximum returns on your entire fertilizer investment. -It-offsets-the bad effects of acid- forming fertilizers...increases the efficiency of mixed fertilizers containing them. It releases "locked-np" potash in the soil...increases the availability-and efficiency of soil phosphate.. .reduces potash, calcium and magnesium losses by .leaching... develops larger, deeper root systems. Sodium builds up the productivity of your land—more each year. It's an essential element for some crops... beneficial lo most and necessary for maximum yields of many. Pennies-per-acre difference in cost may mean dollars-per-acre difference in value to .you. Chilean "Bulldog" Soda is the best fertilizer your money can buy. Use it for all of your top-dressing and side-dressing needs. 'Make sure you gets de NATCHEL kind!' •' Jr. B. T. U. Has Valentine Party The Junior Baptist Training Union of the First Baptist Church enjoyed a Valentine Party on Saturday evening in the home of Rev. and Mrs, Wesley Lihdsey. The rooms were decorated in the Valentine motif. Billy Loomis and Leona Mitchell were voted King and Queen of Hearts by the group. Miss Bertha Gray had charge of the coronation service after which she directed interesting games. Valentine cookies and punch were served from the dining table overlaid with a white linen cloth centered with two large red foam hearts Mrs. Mettie Robinson and Mr. Jim Woods were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Denton Robinson and were accompanied home by Dennie Sue and Jenny Robinsqn who are their guests this week. Mr. .Conrad White of Little Rock was the weekend guest of his mother Mrs. W. R. White and other relatives and was accompanied home by Mrs. White, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Clyde Grisham, who under went surgery recently. Miss Julia Logan and Mrs. Lela Hays were the Weekend guests of relatives and friends in Greenville Texas. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. -Blakely Jr., had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hamiltion, Lt, Col. and Mrs. S. B. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Justis's and Bill, Mrs, Werner Hamilton and Miss' Mary Jo Hamilton. . Mr. Johnny Hooks and daughter, Susie, were the weekend guests, oj Mr, and Mrs. Orville Kelly in Commerce, Texas and were accom panied home by Mrs. Hooks and master Johnny Kelly who is thgir guest this week. Mrs. T. F. Carrington and Mrs. W. S. Black spent Thursday with Mrs. U. G. Westmoreland. Mr. and Mrs. .Dwight Pankey and daughter, of Shreveport, La. were the weekend guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ledbetter of Benton have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Box. . « Mrs. Gladys Smith of Hot Springs spent the weekend with relatives. 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