Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 5, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, March 5, 1954 HOM ITAR, HOM, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phon§ 7-8431 Between • A. M. and 4 P. M. alendar « Friday March 5 Rose Garden Club will meet home of Mrs. S. L. Murphy .East Third street on Friday a£- terhoon at three o'clock. Exhibit 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 Cliurch. Mrs. Cline Franks, leader for- the day, will use as her theme f'That They May Have Life." Spea- ers will be Mrs. Dorsey McRae, fc, Mrs. Oliver Adams and Miss ptjfarice Cannon. Luther Holloman flvill be the organist, and Reverend |!fcdmund Pendleton, soloist. Chur- sfch' women of all denominations are •Urged to attend. |; Saturday March 6 i) .•'.'.*. (J The Young People of the First JPentccostal Church will hold a •Benefit sale at 12 o'clock, Satur- March 6th, at 207 South Wal- They will sell dish towels, faprons, pot holders, pot plants, [cakes, hot dogs and cold drinks. Monday March 6 The Wesleyan Service Guild of i 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. Sunday March 7 "On Sunday morning, Mr. Troy Martin ot Texarkana, instructor of the Dale Carnegie Class in Hope, will be guest speaker for the Jctt ; Graves Sunday School Class. He will talk on "Human Relations" Ail members or the class are urg- 'C(1'*to be present. • Monday March 8 I 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 churcli. Circle Four will- have charge of the program. Mrs. Foy Hammons will use as her theme, "Women of the Bible." ».irhe Business. Woman's Circle of tffe First Baptist Church will have a meeting on Monday night, March R, at 7:45 in the home of Mrs. Miles I,aha, 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 pre- j'nt, and bring their Lottie Moon offering. Circle One of the Presbyterian Church will meet Monday, March 8, at 10 a. m., at the home of Mrs. C. C. Lewis. The Rebecca Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Chur ch will have a meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Hogg, 412 East 14th street, on Monday, March 8, at 7:30 p. m. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Herbert Dodson and Mrs. R. H. Rineo. Mrs. Carter Johnson will be hostess to Circle Two of the Presbyterian Church at 2:30 on Monday March 8. The Junior Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church will meet at four o'clock on Monday afternoon! The Jeanettc Hunker G. A.'s will observe Home Mission Program and offering. The Lou Demie G A. will have a business meeting and forward steps. Presbyterian Circle Three will meet at the home of the chairman, Mrs. FranKlin McLarty, at ten o'clock on Monday morning, March 8. At 7:15 on Monday night, March 8, the Y. W. A. of the First Baptist Church will meet at the Church to observe thn Annie Armstrong Home Mission Program and offering. Mrs. Hamilton Hanegan will bo hostess to Circle Four of the Presbyterian Church at 7:30 p. m. on Monday, March 8. Tuesday March 9 Chapter AE of the P. E. O. will meet March 9, at the homo of.Mrs. L. B. Tooley, 1215 South Main, at three o'clock Wednesday March 10 John Cain Chapter of .the D. A. R. will meet Wednesday, March 10, at noon, at the Barlow. Hostesses will be Miss Mamie Twitch- 1 TODAY AND 4 ' SATURDAY " 2 - TOP PICTURES FROM THE HONKY-TONKS PENTHOUSES! GIG YOUNG • MALA POWERS William Talman • Edward Arnold ' A DEPUBUC FICTUHE GEORGE MONTGOMERY Tab HUNTER »»UttO IMMJ UMHtO AMI • CHAP. 4 OF "LOST PLANET" SERIAL • "BOOTS AND SADDLE" COLOR CARTOON • SUN.-MON.-TUES. GEE! BUT IT'S GREAT! ell, Mrs. R. L. Pearson and Mr*. James LaGrossa. Pat Cltburnt Chapter Qt U. D. C. Meet* Mrs. J ,M. Duffle was hostess to the Pat Clebufne Chapter of lh» United Daughters of the Confederacy at 2:30 on Thursday afternoon. March 4. Co hostesses were Mrs. Mary Duncan of Prescott and Mrs. W. W. Duckett. The meeting was opened and presided over by the second vlc<»- president, Mrs. J. W. Branch. Tht Salute to the Flags and the ftltuai was led by Mrs. Gus Haynes, and Mrs. Pat Casey read the minutes of the previous meeting. The chapter endorsed General Andrew Jackson for the Hall of Fame. Mrs. Branch presented an article on "What is the Hall of Fame?". Mrs. Wilbur Jones, pro. grain chairman, used as her topic, "Diary of Dixie." She gave excerpts from the book, "The Fighting South." by John Temple Graves. During the social hour the hostesses served cake and Russian tea The dining room table held an attractive arrangements of early spring flowers. District Nurses Association Meets At Prescott The Prescott District Nurses Association met at the Buchanan Clinic in Prescott at 7:30 p. m. on March 2, There were 13 members present. Mrs. Dorthea Funk presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Frank Majors gave a lecture on American Art. Only two members from Hope were present. Rebecca O'Dell Honored Mrs. Lester Huckabee honored little Miss Rebecca O'Dell with a miscellaneous shower on Monday night, March 1, at her home. An early morning fire on Sunday, February 28. destroyed Rebecca's home and clothing. .Rebecca was the recipient of many useful gifts. The hostesses served refreshments to those attending. Gardenia Garden Club Members Meet In Smiley Home The Gardenia Garden Club held its March meeting at the home of Mrs. Vance Smiley with Mrs. Frank Rider as co-hostess. Attractive arrangements of spring flowers were placed through out the entertaining rooms. The club creed was read 'by Mrs. Arch Moore. The president, Mrs. C. C. Lewis, presided at the business session. ' Plans were made for the club's participation in the coming flower show. Mrs. Ross Moore was welcomed Into" the club as a new member. The hostesses served a dessert plate and coffee to 14 members and one guest, Mrs. Sanders Bridges of Litle Rock a. guest Mrs. Sam Strong. of Miss Lenore Hatfield Is Bride Of James D. Brosius On Friday night, February 26 at seven o'clock, Miss Lenore Hatfield and James D. Brosius were married in the Anderson Union Baptist Church at Spring Hill. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Gallic Hatfield and the late W. E. Hatfield of Hope. Mr. Brosius' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Brosius cathedral Irain. The bodice was designed with a nylon tulle yoke with inserts of Chantilly lace. The long sleeves ended in lily points over the hands. Her shoulder length veil of illusion was caught to a bandeau of orange blossoms. An arm bouquet of white stock, white chrysanthemums and carnations was carried, tied with streamers of white satin. Her only jewelry was a pearl choker. Mrs. Hershel Williams, sister of the bride, was the honor attendant. Her ballerina length gown was of green taffeta with a scalloped neckline and cap sleeves. She carried a nosegay of mixed spring flowers. The bridesmaids, Miss Betty Finchcr of Hope, and Mrs. A. L. Hatfield of Houston. Texas, sister- in-law of the bride, wore dresses identical to that of the matron of honor. They carried nosegays of spring flowers. Hershel Williams served as best man. Ushers were James Herbert Bristow and Roy Dale Fry. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Hatfield chose a street length dress of navy blue with navy accessories. Her corsage was white carnations. Mrs. Brosius, mother of the groom, was attired in a light blue suit with black accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Following the wedding, a reception was held at the home of Mrs. Maggie Arnett, aunt of the bride. The dining table, covered with a cloth of eggshell lace, held an arrangement of spring flowers, and, was centered with the tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. A bowl of mixed spring flowers was placed on the buffet. Mrs. Hershel Williams presided at the punch bowl. Miss Betty Flncher served the cake. Miss Aileen Jester was in charge of the bride's book. For travel the bride wore a pink suit with black accessories. She pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 817 South Main. Mrs. Eldridge Formby Hostess To Nandlna Garden Club On Thursday evening, March 4,' members of .the Nandina Garden Club met in the home of Mrs. Eldridge Formby with Mrs. Jack Pritchett as co-hostess. Arrangements of spring flowers were used throughout the Formby home. Mrs. Cecil O'Steen, the club president, conducted the business session. The group discussed the spring flower show and the merchants spring festival. The scrap book contest, sponsored by the City Federation, was also discussed, and Mrs. Henry Fenwick was appointed chairman for the club, The club will send seed to the state hospital at Benton. Miniature arrangements were judged with Mrs. Thomas Fenwick winning first place with her cres- ent arrangement. Mrs. Alvin Willis placed second, and Mrs. Henry Fenwick, third. Coffee and cake was served to the 12 members and one guest, Mrs. Glennic Tunstall. Births Mr. and Mrs. Dean Strand of Chicago, announce the arrival of a son, Michcal Dean, at 7:15 a. m. Friday, March 5. Mrs. Strand is the former Miss Norma Jean Archer, daughter of Mrs. E. L. Archer, Sr. of Hope. Coming and Going Out-of-town friends and relatives who attended the funeral of Miss Gallic Wesson on Wednesday, were Mr. and Mrs. Hefshal Lancaster and J. Neal Wesson of Texarkana; Mrs. Lula K. Mixore, Idabel, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Beaty and daughter, Rita, of Siloam Springs, Arkansas; Misses Pearl and Edna Middlebrook of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wesson and daughter, Lenna Jane, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wesson, Prescott; Miss. Bettye Wesson of Magnolia; Mrs. R. C. Walker, Galveston, Texas Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Beaty, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Snell, Emmet; Mr, W. R. Wes son, Mrs. Lillie Sawyer, Mrs. Frank Jenkins, Mrs. Marvin Smith, Mr. J. D. Hall, Lee Green, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Green of Stephens; Miss Jean Laseter of Booneville, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. E- M. Leverett have returned home after spending two weeks with their daughter, Mrs. L. H. Reynolds, and Mr. Reynolds in Opelousas, Louisiana. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. Raymond John- DOROTHY DIX Security Or Infatuation Dear Miss Dix: I have been mar.- ried for two years to a man 20 years my senior.' I am how 29. Shortly after our marriage I met a young man whom I had known in high school. At one time we dated. He is still single and claims the reason he nev^r married is that he always loved me. My husband knows the young man, too, and we three have become very friendly. We often go together to the movies, dinner and even or trips. The young man is lots of fun, while my husband is more subdued. My husband'is very difficult to please, very set in his ways, and I know I love the other man more. My husband and I knew each other only two weeks when wo married, and now I wish I had waited a while. Should I go on the way. we.are, tell my husband how he left his job and got another one in town. Now, when I go into the store where he works, he, scarcely notices me. M. C. Answer You seem to have adopted a Lady Bountiful attitude toward the boy, which, presumably, he resents. Certainly a boy who is struggling through school, and working, is in no position to share your carefree life. He is to be commended for removing himself from temptation to neglect his schooling. Don't add to his difficulties by running after him. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) PRESCOTT NEWS Delta Kappa 6«mni« The Upsilon Chapter of Delta Kap pa Gamma held its February meeting at the home of Mrs. Hazel Adams ort Friday February 28. Mrs. Lela Mayes, vice-president, presided. After the business session Miss Frances Thrasher gave a very interesting talk on "What Are Schools Teaching '.in Regard To International Relations." Mrs. Flora Pearee assisted Mrs. Adams in serving dainty refreshments. Pye. A panel discussion on "Problems Facing bur Spanish Speaking People" was presented by Mrs. J. D. Stewart, Mrs Lige Martin, Mrs. .Doug Ensterllng and Mrs. Fred Gordon. A dessert course was served to 12 members, Presbyterian Circle 1 Meets In Atkins Home The March meeting of Circle 1 ot the Women of the Presbyterian Church met on Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Dallas Atkins with Mrs. Allen Gee, Sr., Co-hostess with 18 present. The chairman, Mrs. S. O. Logan j presided. The meeting was opened with the song "What A Friend." Mrs. Logan directed silent prayer for world mission and evangelism. Mrs. Jim Nelson, world mission chairman asked that each member pray each day at 1 o'clock for world mission. The roll was called and the mi- untcs were read by the secretary, Mrs. Gee. < Mrs. C. H. Moore conducted the Bible study on "Boldness and Opposition" based on Acts 3rd and 4th chapters. She was assisted by Mrs. C. F. Pittman, Mrs. JS. M. Rowland, Mrs. Jack Harrcll and Mrs. Logan. Mrs. Moore closed with prayer. Mrs. Pittman spoke on "Lets Talk About Our No. 1 Task". The meting closed : with the Lord's prayer • in unison. A dessert course in the St.'Patrick motif was served. Bruce Eley Honored Mrs. Wayne Eley honored her son, Bruce, with a theatre party in honor of his ninth birthday anniversary. After the show the guests Sammy Cruse, Tommy Lee, George Hamilton Christopher, Jerry ^Westmoreland, Willie Paul Campbell, and Carol Sue Bomar went to the Eley home where games were played. Ice cream and the chocolate birthday cake embossed in pink and yellow were served. Favors were whistles, suckers and balloons. Mrs. Frank Gilbert Hostess To W. S. C. S. Circle 1 Mrs. Frank Gilbert was hostess to Circle 1 of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Duke ppened with the business meeting. The devotional. "Sowing Seeds of Love" was given by Mrs. Charlie son. Hope Rt. 2 Mr. Cecil Blttlc Hope Mrs. Gene Boatman Fulton Arkansas. Discharged: Mrs. Oracle Hicks Washington Rt, 2 Rosa Mac Brad- Icy and baby girl Hope. Glenda Roe Celebrate! Birthday Glcrida Roe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Roc, celebrated her fifth birthday with a party at her home on Monday afternoon. In the games Janet Bright Won the prize for "Pinning The Tall on The Donkey." The guests were invited into the dining room where they were served from the table dec6rated with cups of candy, bubble gum, Easter rabbits and balloons that were given as favors. An arrangement, of jonquils and narcissus formed the center piece. The white birthday Cake decorated in pink was placed on one side of the table. Those present included: Jarict Bright, Gall tyood, Phoebe Johri« son, Pam Fore, Mary Jane Erskine Mary and Johnny Mauldln. Larry Jameson, Jimmy Fairchlld, Gary Stewart, Anna Gordon, and James Wylin Duke. Mrs. J. D. Lee Hostess To W. S. C. S. Circle 4 Mrs. J. D. Lee was hostess to Circle 4 of the W. S. C; S. of the First Methodist Church at the Lawson Hotel on Monday afternoon. The chairman, Mrs. O. G. Hirst opened the meeting with the business session. Mrs. Lewis Connell gave the devotional on "The Master Calls Us To Service" and led in prayer. The program on "Our Spanish Sp eaking Neighbors" was presented by Mrs. Walter Connell. After the closing prayer offered by Mrs. Lewis Connell, the hostess served * desWrt mefnbors. Jvfr. and Mrs. DriftJ daughter Wfiirh*d. W in Magftolia M«ftd*y with relative*. Horace Sefnis has been the guest of ti Mrs* _ Warley Go* were in Texarkana. Mrs. MafyltdhtgorntfyhL the guest of Mr. ahd.Mftf, ton McRae And fattiilj "~ ado. < > 1* Mrs. J» K< Rt;, T guests Mr. and Mrs. Hi; rows and M*s. Karf^ Houston, Texas; ,; were tmroute 16 theljrV,.- in Washington, t>, d, atttif-i in Mexico,' have been the' tile Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hirst, «fi5. Mrs. C. D'. McSwaln and-Mr.:"' Mrs. Frank' Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. turned to Grand' Rapids; [ ter a visit with M' Semis and family. Mrs. T. G. McRae. an,d - Jf t -yi's> Rae motored to Llttl«'R&ekfti day for the; day, M NEED MONEY? Wo make' real eatatAJ lo pair, refinance, etc. ,OU tlvc mtfn'thly ^-»--'-"- 1 help month' as pyou-* paymeiw.<m" J ' CORRECTION • JTIJ »L , * In our ad Thursday the price ,,o,f were advertised ot 4 b«xe fj f|if{ was incorrect and should hove been: • " , 1 Lb. Box of 2 BOXES < i -*.M " ^JbTtv-yfr >jg \44sasi i M-—•jugjv i ^^'rV.ciw'S ' ' " - .nr«,J. W*-W*W| bV.A* H'J 11 U.3 IV d 1-1VI 1 tV W of Hope. The Reverend Clifford 11 f e el about our friend, or just Palmer of Benionville. performed the double ring ceremony. Vows were cxchanccd by candlelight before an altar banked with greenery, floor baskets of gladioli, white stock calla lilies, and candelabra holding long white tapers. Nuptial selections were played by Dr. James W. Branch, organist, Mrs. James A. McLarty, Jr. was soloist. The traditional wedding marches were used. Little Miss Carolyn Williams, niece of the bride, lighted the candles. She was dressed in a frock of white taffetta and wore a headband of white carnations. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, A. L. Hatfield. of Houston, chose a floor length gown of ivory slipper satin ending in a • Saturday & Sunday • Thundering Clash of Red Savage and Scarlet Trooper! JAMES CRAIG RITA MORENO "FORT VENGEANCE" In Thrilling Color! leave home? Ethel G. Confusion Evident Answer: I have gleaned your problem -from the letter that at times verged on the incoherent. That you are mixed up is very evident, but the confusion isn't due so much to the fact that you love another man, or think you do, as it is to your urgent desire to have a love affair, and keep your marriage intact. A frantic desire for security apparently motivates your life. You married your husband for just that reason, plus the fact that you probably thought he'd be your last, or only, chance for matrimony and grabbed him in a hurry. Now, you see a more desirable man in your iHfe, but the Johnny-come-latcly lacks the stability of your spouse. •I notice particularly that you have absolutely nothing definite to say against your husband, so I judge there is little with which you could find fault. He isn't much fun you claim — yet he socms very willing to take you out, to give you the enjoyment you want. He's hard to get along with, is another of your complaints, which simmers down to the blunt fact that you simply haven't adjusted yourself after a brief marriage of two years. That will come later, and with the other fine qualities your man hss — his undoubted love for you, his steadiness, his desire to give you all the material things he can — you had better stick with him and do something to make this marriage a success. If possible, avoid telling him you love—or thing you do— someone else. Make some other excuse for dissolving the trio and resuming your married life as a twosome', Dear Miss Dix Although Paul and 1 haven't dated for several weeks, I still like him. He's going With another girl, but I don't know whether that's just to rnake me jealous or not. I'm 1.4 and he's 16. Gloria M. Answer You had.better assume that he really likes the girl and has no ulterior motive in dating her. A boy pf 1? is scarcely yeady for steady dating; for that matter, neither is a girl of H. so put this little romance behind you, Gloria. Dear Mis Dix I'm the young P* ftfrly WeW-tP-ji« my .A r '<f 4 is S " •;-': -$[$8 -'-'v^f this why more people want—and buy— C/ievro/efs than any other car?) 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