Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 19, 1954 · Page 3
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Friday, February 19, 19S4 *• HOM If AK, MOM, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between « A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Friday, February 19 The Dahlia Garden Club will rriect Friday, February 19, at the home of Mrs. J. C. Carlton, with Mfs. Ross Bright and Mrs. Dewey ••aber as co-hostesses. Members are asked to bring a miniature arrangement. 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. Saturday, February 20 The Melody Maids will met Saturday morning at ten o'clock at the home of Jo Beth Rettig. • Saturday & Sunday • • Open 17:45 Saturday MARK STEVENS DOROTHY MALONE BILL WILLIAMS TORPEDO ALLEY" * e .PLUS » • ALSO • CHAPTER 11 of Serial, "CAPT. KID" & Color Cartoon "TOM TOM TOMCAT" Monday February 22 W. S. C. S. Circle Five of the First Methodist Church will meet 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. Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church Will meet Tuesday February 23. at 7:30 p: m. at the home of Mrs. Horace Hubbard, 212 East Sixteenth. Eighth Grade 4-H Club , Elects Officers On Wednesday afternoon, February 17, at one o'clock the members of the eighth grade 4-H Club of Junior High School met to elect officers for the year. The officers are: president, Beverlyn Ball; vice-president, Sue Houston; secretary, Jo Ellen Barr. reporter, Glenda Huckabee. Later the officers will elect a song leader The next meeting will be held the third Wednesday in March. 'Ma Kettle' Ends Contract With MGM By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (ft — Marjorie Main, who is as much a character off the screen as on, may retire from acting. Then again she may not. The veteran actress is coming to the end of her MGM contract March 23, and she confesses. "I'm counting the days." As of March 23, she'll be a free woman. 1 saw her in the gomey dressing room she uses at Universal- International, where she has done a sizable number of losnouts. I asked her how long she had been at MOM, and she guessed around 14 years. She actually came out here in 1938 to recreate her stage role in "The Women." How docs she feel about leaving? "Well, I'm sorry about leaving a lot of good friends at Metro,'" she remarked. ."But I wasn't too happy about the last two pictures I did there. One was 'The Long, Long trailer.' and I had only two tiny scenes in the picture. One of them was cut out." "Then did 'Rose Marie.' They decided that something was needed to relieve the plot so Bert Lahr and I did a musical number. Oh, I mean it was a lot of work. Took Us six weeks in all. And then they threw the number out of the picture because it interfered with the plot!" Miss Main admitted that she waa toying with the idea of retiring. "It might be fun to just do nothing after working all your life." she said. If she did continue pictures, it would merely be one a year, she added.. But she also might return to the stage. Max Gordon has offered her the second company of "Lullaby," which Mary Boland is doing on Broadway. At present she is starring PRESCOTT NEWS Monday February 22 The Women of the Presbyterian Church will meet on Monday afternoon at 1:30 at the church for a World Mission Study, weekend with her grand parents. The W. S, C. S. of the First Methodist Church will meet on Monday at 10:30 a. m. at the church for a home mission study. A pot luck luncheon will be served at noon. Jr. Musical Coterie February Meeting Jean and Marion Buchanan were hostesses to the Junior Musical Coterie at their home on Monday afternoon. Lovely spring flowers in colorful arrangements adorned the rooms. The president, Mary Yancey presided and conducted a brief business meeting. Marion Buchanan presented an Interesting program on "Music In The Colonial Period." .The Doxology was sung by the group. During the social hour the hostesses assisted by their mother, Mrs. Vernon Buchanan, served cold drinks, cookies and nuts to Linda Gail McBraycr, Jane Kitchens, Ginger Cruse, Amelia Harrell, Nancy Lewis, Pat Haltom, Phyllis Foster, Dolores Escarre, Betty Lindsey, and Cheryl Ann Grayson. . Mrs. H. E. Luck Guest' of Lilac Garden Club Mrs. Pat Casey and Mrs. C. C, McNeill were hostesses to the Lilac Garden Club on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. Casey. Mrs. B. L. Rettig, who is the president of the club, opened the meeting with the Flower Creed. The secretary, Mrs. Thomas Kinser, read the minutes of the previous meeting *d Mrs. A. B. Patton, program WOW! What a Program for Friday and Saturday 8 DESPERATE PEOPLE against the savage onslaught of Apache Hordes! RIVER1 "Stephen McNALLY -Julia AD^S • Hugh MARLOWE — PLUS 2nd FEATURE LOVE WAS NEVER SO HAPPY... AND HILARIOUS! 'fp r/*«i ^•',- Charle? Linda BOYER-CHRISTIAN 4COWHItt , ICIUM Louis JOURDAN ( —- ALSO- Chapter 2 of Our New Serial "THE LOST PLANET" & Color Cartoon, "Wacky Wild Life" Sunday & Monday FAR OFF THE BEATEN PATH... But It's Only One Heartbeat Away! LITTLE BOY LOST • Color, Cartoon, "Zipping Along" t Late News Event? .wHffifajM* jf'Jiift'lt'Mltt tfettiitflii itaM^attt ,gH^wti i^fitti im^HM. H I: A Y HE L Eye Testing Completed Mrs. P. A. Escarre announces Mrs. Harold Pollock and son, Carey Stephen, of Oklahoma City, Okla, are spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jones. Mrs. O. B. Cannon Jr. and Mary of Dallas are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke White. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Woods of Mai- vern have been the guests and Mrs. Erticst Cox. of Mr. Al-C T. L. Whitmarsh left Sunday for Tampa, Fla., where he will be stationed. He and his family have been visiting his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Llody Whitmarsh. Mrs. Whitmarsh and their daughter will join him later. t, Friends of Mrs. Arthur Turner will regret that she underwent major surgery at St. Michael's Hospital, Texarkana on Monday. Blind Chiropractor Named to Board LITTLE ROCK W) — Dr. Guy Smith, blind Little Rock chiropractor, was elected chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Arkansas Schools for the Blind and Deaf last night. Dr. Smith succeeds Roy Bosson, also of Little Rock, who was named secretary. Carneal Warfield of Lake Villiag U.S. Soldiers Give Marilyn Big Reception By JAMES MORRI6SEY ITAM. Japan, tUP) Marilyn Monroe, who raised the blood pressure of 65,006- lS trbpps in her four- day tour of Korea, relumed to Ja pan tonight and said " wish 1 could Have seen' more of them." "The way they looked up at me and said 'Oh. Marilyn* is the most wonderful thing- I ever saw," the blonde actress said. Miss Monroe hurried off in air force plane at Itami Air Base nenr Osaka at 11:10 p. m., 30 minutes ahead of schedule and had to wait half an hourjri the base coffee shop before her" husband, Joe Di> Maggio, arrived to greet her. DiMaggio clamly walked up to his bride, said. "Well, how are you," gave Marilyn a brief'kiss and said "I've found a place in Osaka that has very good pizza." Before J6e' drrlved, Marilyn and Mrs. Lefty O'Doul, who accom' panicd the calendar girl on the Ko' rca trip, discussed the enthusiastic reception Miss Monroe received from the GIs. onselous early this morning with n empty pill box near her bed, as reported out of danger today y Investigating sheriff's officers. The 32-year-old actress was founi n her night gown by two deputies. cside her was one bottle Contain' mg 12 pills and another box that as empty, deputies said. Officers D. R. Gibson and Don* Rinkwlch said they went to investl-' ate after a Call from a telephone perator. Miss Sterling was taken in Cili- ens emergency Hospital where Gibson said her storhnck was 'The Matchmakers," lusty spoof. She plays a Scandinavian ZJ£t£?A&£&£ ~"rc;,r;;r.«. th and Tenth grades. This was done under the supervision of Mrs. Max Kitchen, Nevada County Health Nurse, and her Assistant, Mrs. Marie Broach. Volunteer workers in addition to Mrs. Escarre were: Mrs Harold Lewis, Mrs. Sam V. Scott Mrs. Allen Erskine, Jr., Mrs. Sid Purtle, Mrs. J. R. Bemis Mrs. Wayne Eley, Mrs. Lewis Connell, Mrs. Mark Justiss, Mrs. Walter Connell, Mrs. D. L. Mosley, Mrs. Dale Ledbetter, Mrs Dan .Pittman Jr., Mrs. Roy Loomis, Mrs. Everett chairman, introduced Mrs. H. E. Luck, president of the City Federation of Garden Clubs .and!guest speaker for the afternoon. Mrs. Luck gave a talk on the planting culture, pruning and growing of aU types of roses suitable for this soil. She also outlined : the Federation meeting^held Wednesday morning. Following the meeting, , Mrs. Casey and Mrs. McNeill served ice cream, cake, .nuts ?nd coffee to 15 members. The favors and napkins carried out the George Washington motif. " ., Habitual Criminals Are Indicated MEMPHIS (VPI —Habit.nl crlml nal indictments have been return ed against two men captured when a "botched up" robbery of a down town jewelry store turned Into a R. Ward. Mr. J. E. Smith, Mr. Harold Smith, Mrs. Floyd Hubbard and teachers showed splendid cooperation. Testing of ears will begin in two weeks. Workers who can help are asked to call Mrs. Kitchen or Mrs. Escarre. Friendship Sunday ' •; School Class Has Meeting The Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday, February 18, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Houston Kitchens, with Mrs. Wallaci Cook as co-hostess. T^he meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. William Schooley, the president; • The teacher, Mrs. Dewey • McKnelly, gave the devotional. : After a short business meeting toe hostesses served a salad plate;,'. cotfe§ and hot chocolate to Mrs. McKncl- ly, Mrs. Schooley, '.Mrs. Pauline' Carter, Mrs. A.A. Andrews, Mrs. Floyce Browning, Miis. Ross Gleghorn and Mrs. Ray Allen. Daffodil Garden Club Meet* ' .'. . The Daffodil Garden Club met Irj the home of Mrs. ; Ed O'Gran on Feb ruary 18, at two 'p f clock in the afternoon. Assisting Mrs, O'Gran as hostess was Mrs. Homer Jones. ;• Mrs. William Rout.bn, president, called the 'meeting to order. The forthcoming Flower Show was discussed and members volunteered to make arrangements. Mrs. G. V. Nunn, Jr. was appointed chairman of the Arkansas Resourses and Development Corp. contest. The Massinglll Home was visited Saturday .February 13, by Mrs. E. P. Young, Jr., Mrs. Bill Routon, and Mrs. Lex Helms, Jr. A valentine cake was served to; all. Mrs. Harold Brents give a program on the "Planting and Care at Peonies and Roses." The meeting was adjourned with the Garden Club creed by Mrs. James LaGrossa. Refreshments were served to 13 members. W. S. C. S. Has Mission Study The W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church met on Monday afternoon at the church for a mission study with Mrs. J. V. McMahen in charge. . The topic for the afternoon was "The Mexican' People in 'the "United States." The meeting was opened with the song "In Christ There Is No East or West." Mrs. McMahen read Scriptures from Luke and spoke on "The Mexicans in Texas." Mrs. Glenn Hairston spoke on "Mexicans in California." The meeting closed with prayer offered by Mrs. McMahen. Coming and Going AN Clarence Walker of the United States Navy has returned to Alameda, California Air Base, fo]> lowing a thirty day leave spent with relatives in Hope, At the present time, he is stationed with the Security force at Aktmeda. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sims have as thoir guest, Mrs. Bill Head of Texarkana, Arkansas. Mr. will arrive this week-end.' Hesd Miss Mary Joe Ross of Dallas, Texas, arrived Friday morning tp spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross and family. Hospital Notes Adroittpd: Mrs. J. T..Smith, Hope Eileen Groom, Hope Mrs. Lloyd Braden, Hop£-. Discharged; Mrs, Eldridge Cas sidy, Hope Urscna Coieman, Hope. W. M. U. Has Royal Service Program The W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church met on Monday afternoon at the annex for the monthly Royal Service program with Ifl members attending. Mrs R.oy Stainton, president con ducted a brief business meeting at which time Mrs. A. R. Underwood resigned as chairman of Circle 4 due to illness in the family. Mrs: Claud Cox, program chairman for Circle 1, introduced the program topic on "Strangers Every where" that was opened with the song "Work for the night is Coming." The devotional was given by Mrs. Thomas Buchanan. Discussions were given by Mrs. J. M. Ingram, Mrs. Glover, Mrs. Clifford Ferguson and Mrs. Fred White, Mrs Clifford Johnson and Mrs. Thomas Buchanan told of personal incidents concerning migrants Mrs. Wesley Lindsey closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. John Teeter was the Monday guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jim Sloan and family in Little Rock and was accompanied by little Miss Kitty Clay Sloan, who spent the Julia Chester Admitted: Mr. Jejtt Williams Texarkpn? Mrs. John, Andres, Hope Mfs, W T- Rogers, Patmos Mrs, A, I,, JpHn§oi), Mr. Wajter Oath- Hop* cook in this one, and folks are already rumoring that the picture will hatch a series. I asked her about the Kettle series. The fabulously successful low budget floms have apparently come to the end of their run. There are still two to be released, but co-star Percy Kilbridc has said he'll do.no more. "It's entirely up to Percy," said Miss Main. "I love that little fellow he's such a fine performer. I think he got fed up with the series after the last one. Why, they put poor little Percy on a straw mat and dragged him all over the back lot. Then they had his double slide down a long slide into a swirnming pool. Percy had to stand in the water up to his neck and he was terrified. He'd never been in 9 pool before. , "They should realize at our age you can't do all this physical stuff, You just don't have the energy that younger people do. We're too old to be running around. Percy's two years older than I am." He's 65. She added that she is constantly amazed at the success of (he "nice and corny" Kettle pictures. Dur ing a -tour in Indiana, a theater man told her the seyje? outdrew all other pictures he played. 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