Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 1, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, March 1, 1954
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Monday, March 1,1954 HOP* STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. furnish and serve refreshments. Calendar Monday March 1 rm. c. • ,T.,, -^ rr, „ The Hempstead County Class- The Spring Hill P. T. A. will meet | room Tpac h crs Association will \\, .Monday night March 1st ;il 7:3i). | • 'filiss Emma Turner, a leachcr. is I;; in charge of the propi-am. A film 3'; nil ."The Fears of Children" will be L:; shown. A group of the men are to meet at Oglesby Elementary School on Monday. March 1, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Carolyn R. Elms of Arkadelphia, state CTA presidnet. will be the guest speaker. "WELCOME ARKANSAS HEREFORD ASSN." 'THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" $6.95 Red Leather, Black Patent Leather and All Blue as Shown. Hurry in for a look-see...it's news »o make any Spring- schemer's wardrobe look dreamy! Just unpacked...bow'd shells! straps! flat heels or wedges! white trims! fringes! even soft-foe boby-dolls! Reds, Navys, Tans, Patent leathers. NYLON HOSE 60 Gauge — 15 Denier Hose First Quality, All,New Spring Shades •* i TER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE "Where Good Shoes are Fitted Correctly" 113 E. 2nd Corbin Foster Phone 7-2700 The executive bonrd of the Hope Band Auxiliary will meet at seven o'cbck on Monday, evening, March i, at Cannon Mali. The regular n-.eeting will follow at 7:30. The officers for 1954-55 will be elected and plans for the District Band Festival to be held in Hope in April will be aisctissed. Parents of all Band stitients are invited to be present. ; 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 Mason will be associate hostess. Poplar Grove 196, WOW Circle. will hold its regular monthly meeting at the WOW Hall on Tuesday night, March 2, at 7:30. All members of the Drill Team are invited to Miss Wall's room for discussion. The VFW Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, March 2. at the VFW Hut at 7:30 p. m. Garland Brownie Troop Three will meet on Tuesday, March 2, after school at the Little House at Fair Park. Sharon Smith will be hostess. Wednesday March 3 The Gardenia Garden Club will meet Wednesday, March 3. at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Vance Smiley with Mrs. Frank Rider as co-hostess. All embers are urged to attend this Important meeting. Friday March 5 The Rose Garden Club will meet at the home of Mrs. S. L. Murphy • TODAY & TUESDAY Features: 2:00 - 3:44 - 5:28 7:23 - 9:18 - .• WHITE WITCH DOCTOR • LATE NEVVS • "Foolish Duckling" Cartoon 'WELCOME ARKANSAS HEREFORD ASSN." VALUE DAY ALS and $1.65 NYLON HOSE 00 Discontinued shades from our regular stock of Mojud and Berkshire hose. Sizes 8^ to 1QJ.-. $1 Mens Work Shoes Peters Diamond Brand Work Shoes in all leather with composition soles. Plain toe. All sizes. Cannon Sheets These are 81x99 Cannon Sheets and they're first quality. Buy a supply of these now. Dorothy Perkins Regular $1.00 size of Cream of Roses Cleansing Cream. 75c MILLINERY Close out of all fall and winter millinery. GINGHAM Sanforized gingham in plaids, stripes, and solid color chambray. 69c yd Chenille Rugs These are 24x48 rugs in white and colors. Only $1,99 on East Third street on Friday afternoon at three o'clock. Exhibit will be a line mass arrangement of bulbs. Mike Connell Entertained With Birthday Party Mrs. Richard E. Connell, Jr., entertained her son, Mike, with a party on his seventh birthday, Saturday, February 27, at her home on South Spruce street. Favors of miniature hats, whistles and candy cups Were given the guests. Joy Highfill and Billy McKenzie won prizes during the playing of games. Following the games, Mike opened his many gifts. The large white birthday cake was decorated with red roses, green leaves and green candles The inscription, "Happy Birthday, Mike" completed the cake decorations. Cake, ice cream and lemonade were sewed to Susie Dean, Joy Highfill, Sandra Smith, Richard Turner, Billy McKenzie, Richard Kroesing, Preston and Roger Me- Lain, Bobby Dean, Laura Ann and Richard Connell Hill, both of San Francisco, California, was solemnized in the First Methodist Church in San Francisco, on Saturday afternoon. February 20, at tour o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Monts of this city. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Hill of North Halo- don, New Jersey. Vows were exchanged before an altar decorated with pedestal baskets of calla lilies, stock and candy tuft. The Reverend Etlore d! Giantamasso, pastor of St. John's Methodist Church in San Francisco, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, who was given in marriage by C. A. R. Bowers of San Francisco were a ballerina length dress of pale blue Italian lace over blue taffeta and a matching velvet bandeau sprinkled with seed pearls She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid showered with vanda orchids. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls. Mrs. C. A. R. Bowers Of San Francisco, was matron of honor. She wore an afternoon dress of Miscellaneous Shower Honors Bride-elect, Miss Barbara Bright beige crepe with navy blue accessories. Her flowers were pink camellias. Th e Reverend T. T. Taam, Pas- Mrs. Orval Allen and Mrs. Eu- to j ° £ l ^ e Chinese Methodist Chur- gene Cox honored Miss Barbara f n ln San Francisco, ^served as Jean Bright, bride-elect of Tho- Dest man The bride's mother was attired in a navy blue silk shantung dress worn with matching accessories!. Her corsage was an orchid. Following the ceremony, a recen- tion was held in the church parlors. For travel the bride chose a slate blue suit, with which she wore navy blue accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home in San Francisco, where he Is mas G. Beard, with a miscellaneous shower on Thursday night, February 25, at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Allen, 602 Pond street. The entertaining rooms were attractively decorated with arrangements of spring flowers. The honoree was presented a corsage of miniature kitchen utensils. Games were played with prizes being won by Mrs. Dewey Baber and the even numbered side in the group game. After the gifts were opened, individual cakes, embossed with white wedding bells, and punch were served. Mrs, Joe Barentino presided at the punch bowl. Barbara Bright, Thomas G. Beard Are Married Miss Barbara Jean Bright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bright, became the bride of Thomas G. Beard, son of Grady Beard and the late Mrs. Delphia Beard, in a ceremony-performed by A. T. Oliver on Sunday after;, noon February 28, at four o'cld at the Walnut Street Church Christ. The vows were r.ead before an altar Decorated 'with baskets of jw'hite .stock against a background oiSifern and palms. White tapers burned in branched candelabra. The candlelighters in identical White ballerina, .length .dresses,' were Misses^BUiie''joe Rogers and Joyce Greenlee. They wore wristlets of pink perfection camellias. Music was recordings of "Because." "I Love Thee," and the traditional wedGing marches, by the A Cappella Chorus from Abilene Christian College. The bride, entering on the arm of her father, wore a ballerina length frock of nylon net and lace oyer taffeta, fashioned with a full; skirt and fitted bodice. Her shoulder length veil of illusion fell from a lace coronet encircled with feathered carnations. She carried a single white orchid on a white Bible surbunded by white satin streamers , Her only ornament was a strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. The bride's sister, Mrs: E. A. Tyrone of Texarkana, was matron of honor. She chose an afternoon frock of mint green nylon net over taffetta, and carried a bouquet of laurel leaf camellias with matching blossoms in her hair. Miss Vonceii Trout, bridesmaid, wore a ballerina length dress of pink net over taffeta, fashioned with a strapless bodice and a short cape with a collar of pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink perfection camellias with matching flowers in her hair. William Beard served his brother as best man. Ushers were Wiley Croom, Joel Osburn, Jimmie Cook and Donald Tunstal. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Bright was attired in a gown of floral print tissue paper taffeta and black accessories. Her corsage was ipink camellias. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. The three-tiered wedding cake formed the centerpiece of the table which was covered with a pink linen cloth. Florets of pink stock and fern encircled the cake and white candles burned in crystal candelabra. Mrs. Rosa Harrie presided at the punch bowl, and Mrs. William Beard, sister-in-law of the groom, served the cake. Others assisting in the dining room were Mrs. Dewey Baber, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Lahroy Spates. Mrs, M. B. Hatch assisted in the receiving line. Members of the house party wore corsages of camellias. An arangement of yellow for- sythe and jonquils was placed on one end of the mantel in the living room, with a basket of similar flowers on the floor at the opposite end. Other arrangements of white bridal wreath and narcjssus completed the decorations. For travel the bride chose a blue and gray striped bolero suit with mauve accessories and pintted an orchid at her shoulder. Following a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will be at home in Houma, Louisiana. Out-of-town guests wers Mr. and Mrs. Troy Aslln of Atlanta, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stephens of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cleaver ol Magnolia, and, Mr?- Mor ri.g T,oliery of Sh.revepprt. pastor of the First Methbdist Church. Coming and Going Dab Stone of Garland, Texas, Is spending a week with his grandparent?, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Tolleson 4c baby boy, Hope Mrs. Emory Thompson. Rt. 4 Hopfe Mts. Delia Smith, Hope Mr. t!. V. Flowers, Hope. Easterllng. O. L. McLain of Houston, Texas, and John Nash of Nacogdoches, Texas, were the week-end guests of Mrs. Wood Nash and family Misses Sue Gilbert, Ann Bart, and Carolyn Justice, students at Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, left Saturday for Ham mon, Louisiana, where they will visit friends. While in Louisiana, they will attend the Mardl Gras In New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mills of Price, Texas, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mills. Mrs. Tootsie Butler, Mrs. Jack Fielding, Mrs. Fred Robertson and Mrs. George Murphy left Monday morning for New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gras. While In New Orleans they will be the guests of Mrs. Murphy's aunt, Mrs. P. S. Ptigh, Jr., and Colonel Pugh, Mrs. C. W. Tarpley and Mrs. James 'H. Miller spent the week-end with Charlotte Tarpley who Is a student at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. Hospital Notes Joe Parris. Hope Branch Admitted: Mrs. Grade Hicks, Rt. 2 Washington Linda Ward, Rt. 4 Hope Ruthic Mae Bradley, Rt. 1, Washington Discharged: Mrs. J. B. Collum & baby boy, Rt. 4, Hope Mrs. W. E. See the Display in the Window of ... LEWIS-McLARTY'S STUDENTS OF KATHARINE WINDSOR Its not too late- to be in programs or reviews. Learn to dance, tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe, in time for performance of entire school. KATHARINE WINDSOR'S Tap & Acrobatic School of Dance Phone-7-3327 (In Home Studio Ages'l to 15 104E. 14th St. The word "dollar" is derived from "thaler." Measurements have made so accurate as to record 'the distortion of a bar of steel wheh a housefly 6rt It. WELCOME ARKANSAS HERSFORD REAL VALUES FOR HOPE VALUE Tuesday, Ma rch 2. Don't- M'Ss These Buys Stripe Chambray Overalls Sizes 6 to 8 ST.00 Cotton Dresses 6 months. Nice quality. Only, 79c Two Piece Cotton Suits Sizes 1, 2 and 3. Special only $1.00 Boys & Girls Pajamas Outing flannel Broken sizes. Only $1.00 ' Blue Denim >; Overall^ *fhesc are In slze^ 3, to 6X's. Special' $1.00" ,)' Infant ,"*"" Day Gowns In Cotton. 1 Reg. $ ^Shirts •iri ^Broken sizes. ' V** *f £»" q** ? ""'"Children.* ? 7'f^- ^resstest Re^ujar and pfe-teer , dTelses. Value :to fvt - 1 HALL-Me TOTS-TpLTElfltlP ''^U«, 1025. Elm Phone 7-3661 "WELCOME ARKANSAS HEREFORD ASSN. PE VALUE DAY! Ladies •inns in twin V, Specialty Shop good news! ,?* B 3r ""^i Plans You The brightest signs pi winter are the arrival of these wonderful BOBBIE BROOKS SUITS,,.they're beyond compare, Here 1? one in rayon and acetate b»mty jpirWed vi rhinejtones on the ttta Ww the «!Un '"**•, Sacony suit of Palm Beach f 30 buUQn.up-or-not suit with lines that J>9 diiBlensipjial pockets jutting out b?lo>v (snd w line, The shoulder is soft, ne#, end the leok i»'nwn>v. U'l m* yew 'rpund suit, by famous Sacony! pf never wilts, resists wrinWw. wears

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