Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 25, 1954 · Page 3
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HOM SfAR, HOffe,ARKANSAS Calendar Thursday Nbruary 25 Ladies of the dathollc Altar Society are sponsoring a benefit £^ited Nations Dinner on Thursday night February 25, from Six until eight, at the Parish Mall. The Public is invited'. Cub Scout' Pack 62 meets at Gar- land School Thursday night, Feb ruary 25, at seven o'clock to celebrate its 44th Birthday. Miss Barbara Bright, bride- elect of Thomas G. Beard, will be honored with a bridal shower, Thursday, February S*, at 7:30 p. m. Hostesses '.vill be Mrs. O. H. Allen and Mrs. Eugene Cox at the home of Mrs. Allen, 602 Pond st- SOCIETY Phone 74431 Between I A. M. ftnd 4 P. M. rcet. LAST DAY — Features — 5:27 • 7:21 • 9:20 TAKE/*. . Shane As A "Legal Gunman . The Duel In "High .Noon' . Jack Palance As A Murderer Who Loved His Work In "Shane" SHAKE WELL... . . . And You Have The Story Of MARK STEVENS Dorothy MALONE The graphic portrayal of a legal gunman who became so haunted by his many killings that -h'e became a cunning, ruthless, cold-blooded MURDERER Who had to be haunted himself — for hanging purposes. Musical, "Don Cornell Sings" News of the World SATURDAY TERROR OF THE SKIES! AliDIt MURPHY wrtua Friday February 26 Girl Scout Troop Two will meet Friday afternoon at four o'clock at the Little House. Hostess will be Shirley Sundberg. Leaders are Miss Kny Camp and Mrs. H. H. Tippitt. The Azalea Garden Club will meet Friday, February 26, at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lamar Cox. This is an important business meeting and* all members arc urged to attend. Tho Friday Music Club will meet at 7:30 on Friday nigh,t, February 20, at the home.of Mrs. W. A. Williams with Mrs. Jack Wilson and Mrs. Thomas Cannon as co-hostess Mrs. Sam Strong will present "The Music of Miss Helga Loew German teacher, will be a guest. the study on the British Isles.' Monday March 1 The 'Sprinc Hill P. T. A. will meet Monday night March 1st at 7:30. Miss Emma Turner, a teacher, is in charge of the program. A film nn "The Fears of Children" will be shown. A group of the men are to furnish and serve refreshments. Circle Three of the 1 First Methodist Church will meet Monday af- tornoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. Carl Robarts, 219 South Shover street, with Mrs. W. C. Gpntry as co-hostess. The Hempstead County Classroom Teachers Association will meet at Oglesby Elementary School on Monday. March 1, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Carolyn B. Elms ol Arkadelphia, state CTA presidnet. will be the guest speaker. Tuesday March 2 The Alpha Delta Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society will meet with Mrs. Elmer Brown on Tuesday, March 2, at 6:45 p. m. Mrs. Frank Ma,son will be associate hostess. Mrs. Horace Hubbard Hostess To Kathle«n Mallory Circle -'.--• The Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday night at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Horace Hubbard. ''': Mrs. Cecil O'Steen opened thp meeting with prayer. Circle chair- man, Mrs. Earl Bailey, held a short business session. Program chairman, Mrs. Woodard Cox, led the program on "The Migrants." Tak' the program were ing part on Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. O'Steen, Mrs. Harold Brents Mrs Andy Andrews, Mrs. A. D. Brannon and Mrs. Earl Bailey. A dessert plate and iced drinks were served to seven members and one' new number, Mrs. Jimmy Walters. Lou Demie Junior G. A. To Meet The Lou Demie Junior Girls' Auxiliary will meet Monday, March 1, at four o'clock at the. church for the Home Missions . Program and Offering. The title of the program is "Freedom's Holy Light." The girls will also have work on their Forward Steps and a business ing. All girls, age? nine to ten. arc invited. Miss Lenore HatfiMd Honored With Miscellaneous Shower Miss Lenore .Hatiicld, bride- elect of Dickie Erosions,was entertained with a miscellaneous bridal shower on Monday night, February 22. at 7:30 in the Nurses Home at Branch Clinic. Hostesses wore Miss Aileen Jester, Miss Ruth Brown and Mrs. Annie Pardue; The entertaining rooms were decorated with spring flowers. Games were played'with Mrs. J. W. Branch, Mrs. Jim McKenwe and Mrs. Hershel Williams winning prizes -which were presented to the honoree. The guests included members of the Nurses' staff, ..Mrs. J. W. Branch, Mrs. Jim McKertzip and members of the wedding party. Boyle Continued from Page One look, I don't know exactly when I can move in but if 3'ou'H just hold your breath. I"ll' race right back, put my house on the market and after a few weeks, or months I'll be able to let you know when I'll want your house so that you can then know when you'll be able to occupy the house or apartment or jail you're planning your next move to, can I do that, huh? "Above all. don't put yourself in the position of where you have to sell," an experienced friend tells me. "You'll take a licking." "Above all, don't put yourself in the position of where you have to buy," another experienced friend. tells me. "You'll pay through the nose for the next one." The alternative to the first position having to sell is maintaining two houses at ths snfne time and paying mortgages, taxes, insurance, etc., on both. The alternative to the 'second position haying Knowlond Hits Tactics Used by Democrats By JACK BfeLL WASHINGTON, (ft Sen. Knowland (R-Calif) attgrily accused Democrats of using "slowdown' tactics against President Eisenhower's program after they forced an aWupt Senate adjournment last night, 48-45. Knowland. the GOP floor leader, told reporters, "It is. apparent to me. that there has been a filibuster going on-.to prevent action on this constitutional amendment." He f 1 - ferred to the proposal, offered originally by Sen, Bricker (R-Ohio) and since modified irt major respects, to limit treaty powers.'The Senate has been debating it most of the time sihce Jan; 20, Democratic Levitt juyi u» i i..'' Johnson of Texas quicker wanted to know it KnorwJand believes "the Bricker amendment Is a of the EiseTihower program.'^ "If so," Johnson asked newshieft,"" "where does he get his irtlofma- tion?" The White House has jfoiijrM tfif Brickei proposal streft«ously» • buy is putting your furnitur storage, living in a hotel long to in enough to find an apartment you can occupy temporarily while look- inf for the house you can afford, and meanwhile the bills are piling up, the kids are being scarred for life by all the dislocation and, pretty soon you can no longer afford the Chouse you thought you could afford : in the first •place, if you could' hnve found it. So;'; what do I do? Do I -set up a two-way radio station in my house and then go racing off with a walkie-talkie and -the 'minute I Builders Sunday School Class Has Meeting On Tuesday night, February 23, the Builders Sunday School Class of the Garrett Memorial Church met in the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hartsfield. TTie meeting was opened with prayer by Lyle Allen. Alter the singing of several songs by the group, Elder Elbftrt O'Steen -brought -the devotional, followed by a solo sung by Dwanna O'Steen. A short ;business session was presided over by the president, Jewell Still. The meeting adjourned FOR THE FINE RECEPTION YOU HAVE GIVEN IDWEST'S NEW EN ROYA ICE CREAM when you shop reaoh for ROYAL and the next meeting will be hi March at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McClelland. Refreshments the group. were .,; served to Coming and Going; Mrs. Ralph Routon and Mrs. James C. Cross will return on Thursday night from a ten day stay in Rochester, Minnesota. see something good flash the word jack to my wife who, in the mean- lime, has been coyly holding a prospect back home without toll- ,ng him 'our price? Or, maybe the best thing to do is this: I'll find,a house'that looks like on I can afford. Then I'll find a prospect ,who looks like he can afford my house. Then I'll persuade him to btiy the house I saw and Will stay just where w6 are and one more coniplaint out of you kids and II'll tell you. about when I was At one stage Irt their eels ar<i so tfanspnfetit that point can be read through th6ir bodies. boasted tti spi phie . a-boy and we slept nine to a room not counting the , Cats. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Collier: and Joy spent the. weekend'in'Marshall, j with'their daughter, Mrs. E. S.' Hutchings, Mr. Hutchings and stin, Tommy. We have the size and style you need Lehman Auto Supply 215 S. Main, Hope, Phone 7-2731 Call of Write Perry- Henley for, home demonstration tnunlfy «f btlUvtrt c . work! by Mil Maty Spirit. It <«^< m»n. It t» th* greater «bov« «v*r?'nation *«J <«!'««!« !• oil tttt QflAlf It *-within Iti vliibl.'and *#*"!• > Box of f Stationery j! ' Sheets & envelopes. * b ' . HoffanJ ^ B « n .. (Limit 2) JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. 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