Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 4, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 4, 1954
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Thursday, March 4, 1954 HOP1 STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS e police in London have avoided carryingguns for 325 years. Oology is the study of the science of bird eggs. LAST DAY Feature Times: 3:39 - 5:18 - 7:16 - 9:17 •ilarrlng Rock HUDSON Marcia HENDERSON Steve COCHRAN • CARTOON; "EASY PICKINS" • NOVELTY, "DEADLY DRUMS" • NOVELTY, "OZZIE NELSON" • LATE NEWS «FRI. - SAT. • THE THRILLS, DANGERS AND EXCITEMENT OF A GREAT CITY! MALA POWERS WILLIAM TALMAN EDWARD ARNOLD ALSO GEORGE MONTGOMERY TAB HUNTER / MLEASED 1HIU UNITED AI1IST1 SOCIETY Phon. 7-8431 Between • A. M. arid 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday March 4 The Green Laseter Home Demonstration Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Hunt on Thursday, March 4, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Juanita Hallmark, district deputy grand lecturer of the OES, will be honored with a pot luck supper by Hope Chapter 328 of the O. E. S. at 6:30 on Thursday night, March 4. The regular meeting will follow. The Nandina Garden Club, with Mrs. Bill Groves as guest speaker, will have their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Eldridge Formby on Thursday, March 4, at 7:30 p. in. Mrs. Jack Pritchett will be co-hostess. Friday March 5 The Hose Garden Club will meet at the home of Mrs. S. L. Murphy on East Third street on Friday afternoon at three o'clock. Exhibit will be a line mass arrangement of bulbs. The United Council of Church Women will meet Friday, March 5. at 2:30 p. m. at the Episcopal Church. Mrs. Cline Franks, leader for the day, will use as her theme "That They May Have Life." Speakers will be Mrs. Dorsey McRae, Sr.. Mrs. Oliver Adams and Miss Clarice Cannon. Luther Holloman will be the organist, and Reverend Edmund Pendleton, soloist. Church women of all denominations are urged to attend. Sunday March 7 On Sunday morning, Mr. Troy Martin of Texarkana, instructor of the Dale Carnegie Class in Hope, will be guest speaker for the Jett R. Graves Sunday School Class. He will talk on "Human Relations" All members of the class are urged to be present. Mon'day March 8 The Union Meeting or the Wom- an's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church will be held Monday, March 8, at two o'clock at the church. Circle Four will have charge of the program. Mrs. Foy Hammons will use as her theme, "Women of the Bible." The Business Woman's Circle ot the First Baptist Church will have a meeting on Monday night, March R; at 7:45 in the home of Mrs. Miles Tiaha, 1604 South Main street. The Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday night March 8, at seven o'clock in the home of Mrs. A. D. Brannon. Mrs. Hugh Jones will teach the study on Home Missions. All members are urged to be present, and bring their Lottie Moon offering. The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church will meet Monday, March 8, at the home of Mrs. Leon Bundy on South Fulton street. Miss Clarice Cannon will be program leader. Plans will be made at this meeting for the first session of the Mission Study to be held March 15. Mrs. Susie Sutton Celebrates Birthday Mrs. Susie Sutton of. Emmet, celebrated her 8Gth birthday on March 2, at the home of Mrs. James Hill. A pot luck lunch was enjoyed by Mrs. liozelle Beaty, Mrs. Ralph Hale and Cleo, Myrtle Dougan, Mrs. Lula Allwhite, Mrs. Ida Moore Myrtle Panky, Malinda Matthews Mrs. Jewel Vickers, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Calhoun, Ora Cummins, Mrs. Molly Wake, Mrs. Bessie Wells. Mrs. Anna Bell Hill. Viola Smith. Alene Hill, Audrey Mohon. Lona Rowe, Mrs. Gordon Milliner, Mrs. Grimes Minervia Fagan and Mrs. John Milliner. Prayer was led by Mrs. Grimes. She also - conducted a Bible quiz following the lunch. Mrs. Sutton was the recipient of many useful gifts. W. M. S. Meets Monday The W. M. S. of the First Bap tist Church met Monday March l,i Mrs. Frank Douglas, vice-president, conducted the morning session which was devoted to business. Mrs. Earl Bailey brought the devotional at this time. Circle chairmen and various committee chairmen made their reports. The state W. M. S. convention date was announced as April 6 through April 8 at Pine Bluff. At the noon hour a covered dish luncheon was served in the dining hall. In the afternoon the missionary program "Lifting America's Morals " was given by the Amanda Tinkle Circle with Mrs. Gus Haynes in charge. Mrs. Haynes also brought the devotional. Others taking* part on the program were Mrs. Arch Moore, Mrs. C. C. Colins, Mrs. Burnie Gallion, and Mrs. Earl Bailey. Mrs. Hugh Jones closed the program with prayer. Shower Honors Newlyweds On Tuesday evening, March 2, at eight o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cox of Palmos, honored their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cox, of Chicago, with a miscellaneous wedding shower. Mrs. Cox was presented a corsage of miniature kitchen utensils. A buffet supper was served to 40 guests, following the opening of the many gifts. Mrs. Cox is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Walker. Retractable pen with plastic barrel and gleaming metal top. DRUG (0. DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Kleenex Tissues tjjjtxti^^ STORE Packet pack of 24.. (Limit 4 packs) 4' Pound SALT Hfivy Gauge Sfeef TACKLE AND TOOL BOX 2— m — m - "•^"^"^"•••uBM jafe Tooth Paste economy Size Seamless, water-tight construction Cho/ceTex TOBLET TISSUE J s ?g J R &U (Limit 3) Always Handy and Practical Zipper Bag M>-jag f%79 wire S L^L frame .... M Navy blue sailcloth with scarlet trim. 20-in. zipper. —«—•IMMMH.MM. Suppositories Sweetheart 80 Napkins GLYCERIN Infant, Adults (Limit 2) SOAP Reg. Size (Limit 3) "" . Embossed PAPER (Limit 2) 23; 3 °25' .mi] Protects Skinl JOHNSON'S Baby Powder 9-ounce /[Qc size .... *tv In shaker con. Box of 100 COTTON SWABS 2 * 33° (Limit 2 boxes) TIDEE PANTS OOc Sm., Med., Lg. & Ex. Lg. ,.. , fcW EVENFLO NURSER OCc Complete. 4 or 8-ounce . .fcV MennenBal With lanolin. 6-oz. 45° RATTLE The new "3-in-l" /•ounce ZINC OX8PI OINTMENT OLEUM PERCOMORPKim Concentrated A&D Glafsen Oleum Percomorphum Just five drops a day supply all A & D requirements. T/.e50-ccO98 bott/e. . .<&""*" "Sunshine in a bottle" ft= I Dorchester CUTTER BOARD 8-inch OQt diameter OO Hardwood. Aluminum COFFEE .PERCOLATOR Sale 1 39 priced . . I"""" 6-cup size. Sore Throat , LISTERIHE ANTISEPTIC 74-«. 7Qc bottle, . I M The large size. 29° SODAMINT QOc Antacid tablets. 100's . . 4M f r. MERTHIOLATE 25c Safe antiseptic, l-oz. . , 29= PEPPERMINT 23c Essence, U.S.P.. V4-oz. ... PETROGALAR Pleasant laxative. Pint . CARTER'S PILLS "Little Liver." Reg. size . Sloan's LINIMENT Quickly relieves. 2!/i-oz. 4-1 [Cold Tablets! 23' Large DRENE SHAMPOO Silkens the hair Guest Sift 43 C HAIR BRUSH Lucitt back OQ and handle WM choice pi cpjor. SCHIOK BLADES Eygrsharp Ipjt 73 B Instant Lather TRY PO-PO SUPER SHAVE Lather Bomb mmm FREE! 89 C Bottle of 29 AVTINAI MULTIPLE Ml I 111 ML VITAMINS With Bottle 100 G»t II vUamint B-121 79 A well balanced vitamin formula Fight COLDS Fast! He/pi «<? fa* Your Breathing KELLER NASAL DROPS SOOTHE! Antibiotic, analgesic. J.ounce dropper vial • Gives yo\j two-way relief, COX'S HAS FIUIP PVIR ONi T 24 ANEFRIM APC Antihistamine & pain relief . . . BEHZEOREX m y9m packet REMFORCOKQH5 SHOP BAG Heavy weight, ''A holds plenty ., BAYER ASPIRIN 75c ' Mrs. Perkins Speaker At Meeting Of Brookwood Garden Club Mrs. Haskell Jones led the group singing and introduced Mrs. J. W. Perkins, guest speaker, at the monthly meeting of the Brookwood Junior Garden Club on Wednesday March 3. Mrs. Perkins, a member of the Wisteria Garden Club and counselor of two junior garden clubs at Paisely school, used as her subject "Tree Growing." Following the discussion, Mrs. Perkins conducted a quiz with both boys and gils partiripating and which ended in a tie 'between the two groups. Other activities included a tour in the vicinity of the school to se the budding trees. Mrs. Cunningham Hostess to W. M. A. The W. M. A. of the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Waddle Cunningham at two o'clock on Monday afternoon; March 1. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Dallon Dragoo and Mrs. Mont Alien.- ^,. '•The Cunningham home was attractively decorated with arrangements of spring flowers. Mrs. Cunningham conducted a short business session and Mrs. Virgil Huckabee read the minutes of the previous meeting. At this time two new members were received., ' Mrs. Medford Hazzard, program chairman, presented "Christ in the Home." The devotional was given by Mrs. Hcrschel Taylor. "Where and By Whom Was the Foundation of the First Home Laid" was given by Mrs. Eltaert O'Steen; "Child Training in the Home" by Mrs. James Braclen; a special duel "The Christian Home," by Mrs. Paul Church and Mrs. Lyle Allen; "Secrets of a Happy Home," Mrs. Ted'Purlie; "Friends in Time of Trouble in the Home," Elder O'Steen in the absence of Mrs. Wade Warren; group singing led by Mrs. Grady Hairston; closing prayer by Mrs. Purtle. The hostess served a salad plate to 33 members and three visitors. Coming and Going Miss, Jeraline Dixon of Little Rock, and Pfc. Helen Dixon of the Women's Army Corps are spending the week-end With their sister, Mrs. Robert C. McDowell, and Mr. McDowell in Hope. Pi'c Dixon, awaiting shipment for overseas duty in Europe, has been visiting with her father. Harry G. Dixon, and Mrs. Dixon in Bodcaw. Miss Martha Osborn of Baylor University is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Osborn. NLBSrrippcd of Some Power WASHINGTON </P> The House Labor Committee voted today to strip the National Labor Relations board of jts authority o ry unfair labor pracice cases. RepR.R Hoi (-CaRliO said he com mitee vote, interpreted as a reversal for President Eisenhower, was 14-13 and criss-crossed party lines. The proposal, one of four which the committee had before it, would abolish the NLB as a quasi-judicial agency and establish it as strictly an administrative body. It wou|d continue to handle matters concerning representation, including collective bargaining elections. However, all unfair labor practice cases would be referred to federal courts, with the complainant having the alternative of presenting his own case of'having it presented irom him by the gdvein- ment thrpugh the district attorney. Chairman McDonnell (-Pa> of the House group and Sen. H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ) Senate labor chairman, had a breakfast date with President Eisenhower only a few hours ahead ol the session, There wag no notice $M| WMSS .ttftUge, ."H THREE BIG MONEY SAVING DAYS OWEN S MARCH DOOR BUSTERS Fridoy, Saturday and Mpnda 'M •T?) fa S.i| , >,, f >\ MEN'S WHITE TEE SHIRTS Men's 69t White — New Low Price 3 for $1.00 MEN'S FINE FELT HATS Close Out — Values to $5.95 $3.00 Both fancy patterns & solid colors , M - • JL* M - • ^fe. '^k - i ^ 4 yds. $1.00 MEN'S JACKETS $ 14.95 value — Close Out, NEW SPRING DRESSES They arc Here — Hundreds and Hundreds of New Spring Dresses just * _ arrived, just for you. Wonderful outstanding values. Buy'now for n Easter on our new lay-away plan. New low prices. • *1 $5.95 to $16.95 •HI MEN'S FINE SUITS Out they go— 100% all wool men's fine suits. Values to $55.00 CHILDREN'S SHOES Glose Out. All Children's Shoes from table original price much higher. LADIES NYLON HOSE Extra special — Ladies $1.39 first quality Nylon Hose. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Close Out —' Only a fey/ left. Men's, $5.-,95< Sport .Shirts Women's & Childrens A clean Up. All,remaining Wo children's shoes, From pilr stock of winter ,shoes MEN'S TABLE-^ -, , t Close Out. Men's','fable^shoes*,-^? \. value $10:95:'"* ^\\ V~ $4.00 'r\*>' BOYS'SPORT SHIRTS Close Out I MEN'S SPORT 11 Close Out — ''Men's 4,4,95 Shirts, lohg sleeved,) SPRING Seeing is believing. They are here. The most sensational stock of Spring Shoes Hope has ever shown. Quality at its best. Prices standing. ' LADIES SHOES . . . $2.95 CHILDRENS SHOES . $1.75 to MEN'S SHOES . . . $5.95 to BOYS' UNIONS Close Out — Boy's $1,95 unions CHENILLE SPREADS A red hot March special. While 50 last — beautiful Chenille Spreads, full size, fringed edges. $6.94 value. Six beautiful colors. LADIES FALL DRESSES Close Out -r—".Qne rack of ladies,fall dresses, valued at $16.95. Ladies All Wool Coats Close Out — Ladies All Wool Coats and Toppers. Values to $29.00 $15.00 >"M HEAVY Special, 40 in, Li^Vl«/I%l*J • P - --,-y-r ,,- T-P-T ,_ Close Out, -r- One "rack of 48.9J5; Ladies dresses, 1 •'";' • A S*fc I W f d* T*j^*\ 11 C C f T^-*» ^% |D fS I LADIES 5TQtE,5,;f;£Ufr&l Close^ Out' — One^Qcfr'bt.Uqdie Stoles, Short Coats,-arjd Tppp^rS'V J vqlueg tP r $f^?§*.\i "r, <"%* SPRING New arrivals,.—r-,i-adie§ Sp:rjn$ per?. Buy po* for ou,r lay-awa $7,95 to ._....„„.., •[•PIP'flP'ffF'T 1 TO8NG PIECE © See our big selection pf Spring P«e?o Gpods. Thf ta high, the patterns qre beautiful/ the qHolity if hioh Everything is n?w in piece gp^rfs, Visit our piece save

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