Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 25, 1954 · Page 7
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, Pfebruory 2S, >f Aft, Mill, PRESCOTT NiWS I February H. D. Club Metis The February meeting of the Victory Home Demonstration Club was held on Friday afternoon in the h'ome of Mrs. Theo Elgin with Mrs. J. W. drimes and Mr$. Arthur Turner associate hostesses. . Lovely arrangements of spring * / 4 •'* ^o rfe , ' ;^S^ ^C^^, I. .1 , I "•"'"ifflSHMiW^W " "' Vil~ '"' It must be true when women .TrSfiii* 1 ^ , ""n 4 like Mrs. Fayc Walker of Festus, Mo. tell us in unsolicited letters. That's because the cream in Creamo does make a difference. Why not find out for yourself. ___ -DISTRIBUTED BY: C. FINKBEINER, INC., LITTLE ROCK, ARK. flowers graced the rooms. Mrs. N. N. Daniel presided in the absence t of the president, Mrs. Roy Loomis. Mrs. Thell Hanning gave the devotional thought "The Light" and read a poem "The Pathway In The Sky." The minutes were read and a financial report was given by Mi's. Burke Shelton. Mrs. Madge Burgess gave an interesting talk on "Pests and Insect Control." After the white elephant sale, delicious refreshments were served to the 12 members. The March meeting will be in the home of Mrs. D. S. Jordan. [the study on "In Evangeiiaes Couri- itry." ! Mrs. Ferguson voiced the clos- jing prayer. ; A delectable dessert Course was j served to seven members and a visitor. Saddle Club Has Supper Members of the Prescott Saddle Club enjoyed a pot luck supper on Friday evening at the Legion Hut. Following supper . the group square danced. Music • Was provided by a siring band. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Britt were welcomed as new members. Mr and Mrs. j. V. MeMahen and Betsy Jane spent Saturday in Texarkana Mr. and Mrs Fred Sutton of Little Rock have beeh the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Walters were the Sunday guests of relatives in Arkadelphia. Jack Gordon, who won fiiqt chait in the claunet section of the Dis- tnct Band meet held in Hot SpiiM;, is attending the All-Stale meet of the Band and Oicheslih Association in Conway today, Friday and Satin day l The Negro Community rt Or bflna It Hltk» YuHltt Hdfn* The kings oi Harmon^ will glvp a musical piogram at ReeSec Me monal CME Church Sunday night, February 28, sponsored by Mrs, Mattie Sanders and Mis. Berdia Noble. The public is invited. Frances Wooley Has Dance Miss Frances Wooley was hostess lo a few of her friends at a dance at her home on Friday evening. Colorful arrangements of spring flowers decorated the rooms. Refreshments were served during the evening to the 15 guests. Mrs. U. L. Evans i Hostess To W. M. U. Circle 1 •- : Mrs. L. L. Evans was' hostess' to, Circle 1 of the First Baptist Church at her home :oh Monday af lernoon. , . :• . The chairman, Mrs. Clifford Ferguson conducted the business and gavo the devotional followed, with prayer by Mrs; Mettie Robinjjori. Mrs, Thomas Buchanan concluded Miss Margie Anderson of Llt« tie Rock has been called here due to the illness of her father, Mi Fred Anderson. SAVE SAVE-By trading with us we give U. S, Green Stomps with each purchase. We give ydu Double Green Stamps Every \Veclnesclgy; SALAD DRESSING 25e MORTONS 8 Oz. Jar Pint Jar Quart LIBBYS and DEL MONTE, Sliced & Halves .Can » riaires 27c DERBEY CHILI CON CARNE 2 ISi'.Oz. Can SOAP CAMAY/ LUX, 'LIFEBOUY. ah<d PAl-MOLIVE Bar SUGAR •iGODCHAUX TOLbs. and GUM 3 for lOc MILK Pet and Carnation 4 Lg. Cans 3 Lbs. PEAJ GREENIES. 2-303 Cans • DONALD DUCK ORANGE JUICE 2-6Oz. Cans 25c Ice Cream Mellorine Fre-Zert y-i Gallon CRUSHED 2 Flat Cans 25c 3 Pkgs. FRESH 2 c LARGE 4 DOZEN SIZE 2 GREEN CABBAGE 2 -jc SACK ORANGES Large Bag MARSH SEEDLESS —PINK Grapefruit Each MEAT THAT IS GOOD AND TASTY — BUY HERE and SAVE ALL SWEET OLEO Ib. Sirloin, Club T-Bone tb* 45 l GROUND BEEF «>. Dressed Let's Eat Chicken ^ A f FRYERS Ib. yj * STEW MEAT JW ,^p^F' Mr. and Mrs, Harold Lewis were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Joe Reed in Arkadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Greeson and Mrs. Matt Hilt,.were the weekend guests of -Dr. and • Mr:? O. G. Hnst and other lelatives Mr Ddllis Atkihs )etiuned to Little Rock^ Monday and Wqs »c- companied by Mrs. Atkins who is spending the week there. Mr and Mrs, J A Cole have had as theii guests Mr. and Mas. J. B. McGill, Miss Jean McGill, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. McC-ill tif Sprirfghill, La., and Mr. Minto McGill of Chidester. Mis. Patii Jones is the guest of Mr. and Mis. John Lewis m Little Rock. M/s. Fannie Newth has ictujned from Magnolia where she visited relatives. Mrs Robbie Wilson has retuined fiom Little Rock where she has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Scott Smith and JVTr Smith. Mr and Mrs Rodney Hamilton weie the weekend guests of their son, Rodney Jr f m 'Fayelteville, Mrs. Cleo Hines has hed as her guests, Mr. and Mis. ttaiold Rix and daughter of Little Rock Mrs Len Harrell and son of HamptRj} Jifye been the 'guests of Miss Doi-othy jBradfoid, ' Mr. and 'Mrs. Elwood Robinson, ado w Mettle , anal ^Betyy, liynn-^ , El- Dor- t^tth'e Weekend Jguests /ofr ftobirisop.it"'^" >'" ' [ , _-, - _ y Mrs. Ed Hopq 01 Arkadelphia is spending the ( week with Mrs. J;m Nelson. Jim Nelson, Homei Purtle, .Denman Wylle'and I, J. Daniel art; attending a Soil Conservation meeting in New Orleans. Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 will meet with the City-Wide tfshef board Sunday .February 28. Zion CME Church. Time 3 p. m. Services will be held fit the Davis Chapel Methodist Church Sunday, Febrnury 28. Sunday School r V-L come t>ue!'r i i •* * Especially wh6n you send one of our finer GIBSON Birthday Cards. Reo3 a Magazine Tonight We have a complete stock of GIBSON Cards for every occasion. 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