Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 9, 1954 · Page 3
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^ Tiiesdoy, March 9, 1954 ' H OP E STAR, HOPE, ARKANSA S PtfflefhW* ^ SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between • A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Wednesday March 10 John Cain Chapter of the D. A. H. will meet Wednesday, March 10, at .noon,'at UK; Uarluw. Hostesses will be Mi3» Alami.j Twitchell, Mrs. It. L. Pearson and Mrs. ijimus LaGro.ssa. On Wednesday morning al 10 o'clock, the executive meeting of ___| the Junior-Senior High School P. T. A. will be hold in the Home Ec- omonics Cottage-. Mrs. George Peck , will conduct the last study course. The Brookwood P. T. A. will meet j at three o'clock on Wednesday at[ ternoon, March 10, in the school auditorium with the executive meet On Wednesday. March 10. at 3 p. |m., the Paisley P. T. A. will meet I in the school auditorium. The exe- Icutive meeting will be held al 2:30. Thursday March 11 Fathers' night will be held on (March 11, by the Junior-Senior High J School P. T. A. in the Junior High auditorium. Members of the Brookwood P. T. |'A. arc having a meeting at. the school on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. They will discuss "Sense and Nonsense About Discipline." The piano pupils of Mrs. R. L. Gosnell will give a "Duel and ! Trio" program on Thursday afler- noon, March 11, at 4:15 in the Do give you that .i Why let tell-tale misery, "nerves" show In your eyes? Docs your mirror .shmv nn olilor-Juokinn. \vorn-out, lu-rvnus faix 1 <lurinj? your "hutl days?" Why lut men s«'i! tlmt you n re BUircrinc from monthly er:iin)>sV Try a litlle Cimlui eneh (lay a* llimisands of wonum do. Xyt it help build KUvnifth niul resistance KO Y ''ip|J'U have less and IL-.SH misc-ry cnch nionlh. •I borne go tliro'.iuh periods without Ceding nny discurnforls at ull. Also helps relax jittery nerves — sleep better. Look, feel, net yolinKer, more nnrrnal all month. Ash for Canlui. (Say: "curd-yitu-flif"). I MONTHLY CRAMPS CHANGE OF LIFE • FINAL DAY * At: 3M3''- 7:27 - 3:22 AVN]YEUAL-1NT£lMATlC e SHORTS » LATE NEWS CARTOON, 'CATTY CORNERED' Junior High School auditorium. Parents and friends of the pupils are invited . Blevins P. T. A. will meet Thursday night, March 11, at 7:30. The theme of the program will be "Healthy Personalities." A film Murphy, Mrs. R. L. Broach, Mrs. Claude Tillery and Mrs. Johnnie McCabe. The group voted to buy two guest registers to be placed in the vestibule of the church. Mrs. Earl O'Neal and Mrs. T. S. McDavitt were appointed to this committee. Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas March 8, 1954. City Docket ^...^•u u, uu a ^..mmici.-. , . c - B ' Waddle. Failure to yield Announcement was made of tbJ'' J « ht ° 1 ' "'ay. forfeited $5.00 cash study on "Alcohol and the Christian's Responsibility" which will be held al 7 o'clock on the nights of March 14, 15 and 16, and will be led by Mrs. E. D. Galloway. Quarterly reports were given by circle chairmen. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Galloway. In the circle will be shown. The executive com- j count Circle One, Mrs. P. H Webb mittee will meet at 7 o'clock. The Adult Fellowship Class of the First Methodist Church will have a spaghetti supper meeting at 7 o'clock Thursday evening al the chairman, had the most present Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Walt Aspengrin church. Members are asked toj wc »'e the week-end guests of Mr. bring only salads, breads and dps-j and Mrs. Palmorc DuPuy. Mr. and Mrs. Aspengrin were cnroule to sorts. The hostesses will be Mrs. Jack Gardner and Mrs. Lloyd Guerin. Mrs. H. O. Kyler will ure- sent the program. Baby sitters will be provided Guernsey P. T. A.will meet Thurs day night at 7:30 in the High School Auditorium. Mrs. Brannon Hostess To Kathleen Mallory Circle The Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. A. D. Brannon on Monday night, March 8. to study a home mission book. The book en- title'i "In Evangelinc's Country" by John Caylor was taught to the group by Mrs. Hugh Jones. A short business session followed during which time the members gave their offering to the Annie Armstrong Fund for Home Missions. The hostess served refreshments to Mesdames Earl Bailey, Cecil O'Sleen, Jewel Moore, Jr., McDowell Turner, Horace Hubbard, C. M. Rogers,, Jr., and to the guest, Mrs. Jortcs. Mrs. Hammons Presents Program At W. S. C. S. Meeting "Women of the Bible" was the theme of the program presented by Mrs. Foy Hammons when the Woman's .Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met for their March meeting. Proceeding the meeting, Mrs. Earl O'Neal played softly "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." Then the group sang "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations" followed by prayer by Mrs. C. D. Lester. Mrs. L. -B. Tooley, presided over the business session. Mrs. H. E.. Patterson and Mrs. Albert Graves were elected as delegates to attend the annual meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian, Service to be held in Camden, April 6, 7 and 8. Mrs. Patterson was elected as secretary of missionary education and service. The following nominating committee was appointed: -Mrs. George • WED. - THURS. • Edward G. ROBINSON PauSefte GODDARD Wise Man Say: When the moth files around the flame, it burns itself to death. It is wise to be fully protected with insurance. Compare your insurance policy with the cost of replacement. Roy Anderson & Co. Agents Roy Anderson T. "Buddy" Evans "To Be Sure - Insure" 210 S. Main St. — Hope, Ark. Pho. 7-3481, 7-3482 their home in Hartford Michigan, after spending the winter in San Diego, California. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Jewel Roberts, Bcirne Michael D. Dearth, Hope Mrs. Dale Willis, Rt. 1 Hope Miss Grace Vickers Emmet Mrs. Jesse Brown Hope Mr. Willie McKamie, Rt. 1 Hope. Discharged: Miss Lois Purtle, Shrevcporl Doyoll Collins, Hope. Mrs. John E. McGee and daughter Marcia Lynn, Fayettevillc. Mrs. Wes Ninemire, Hope Mrs. WM A. Stanley, Ambrid«e, Pa. Mr. J. T. Butler, Rl. 1, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Willis Rl. 1 Hope, have a new son Robert Dale born March 6th. Branch Admitted: Malcolm Claude Hinton Hope, Sadie Mae Moore, Lewisville, Ark. Discharged: Trenton Cooper, Hope Linda Ward, Hope, Mrs. Arch Turner, Rt. 1 Hope. Mrs. W. D. Flowers Jr. and Baby Girl. Hope Mrs. Gene Boatman and baby girl Fulton. Contributions to Cc Contributions to the American bond. John Carver, Blocking an alley, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Clyde Brown. Blocking street, Forfeited .$.i.()0 cash bond. B. M. lU'/zard. No City Car licence', Forfeited S5.00 cash bond. Charlie Curry, No driver's license Forfeited ?5.00 cash bond. Robert Hickman. William Muldrow. Running "Stop" sign, Forfeited So.00 cash bond. Lee Rogers, Blocking Street,'Forfeited $3.00 cash bond. Lemon Wilherspoon, No brakes on car, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. R. W. Stropek, Samuel Young, Passing in a restricted zone, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Charlie Curry, Improper lights on car, Forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Howard T. Floshner, Driving while intoxicated. Plea guilty, fined $2ri().00 10 days in jail, and driver's license revoked for one year. Billy Webb, Vernie Goynes, Ag- gravaied assault, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond Robert Laudermilk, Assault & Battery, Plea guilty, fined $50.00. Melba Muldrow, Petit larceny, Plea guilty, fined $25.00 and 1 day J. L. King, Transporting over 3- ga lions of bepr, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. Bozley Noble, George Primus, Disturbing peace. Tried, fined $10.00. The- following forfeited $10.00 cash Red Cross: Washington Previously V. ,1. Lloyd $1.00, Cooper's Slore $1.00 Grcenleaf Cafe $1.00, Neighborhood Gro. Store $2.00 Mrs. Ronna Taylor $1.00, Mrs. Bessie McFadclen $.25, Mrs. Bernice Stra- ughler $.25, Mrs. Mary J. Carrigan $1.00,.. Mrs. Ola Mae Stuart $.50, Mrs. Dorotha N. Stuart $.10, Willis Carter S.05, M\-s. Annie Harris $.25 Mrs. Margarat Williams $.25, Mrs. Lela Boll Jones $.05, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. George S2.00. Mrs. Pricilla Lewis $.25, Rev. Jones $1.00, Mrs. Lela Young $1.0U, Mrs. Leeana Davenport $1.00, Mrs. Emory Johnson $.25, Mrs. Hazel Phillips $.25, Mrs. Dan Hamilton $1.00, Mrs. Lucy Jefferson $.25, Mrs. Linnie Cox $.10 Mrs. Susie Bradley $.10, Mrs. Alea- nc Nichols $.25, Miss Birginia Nelson $.25, Mrs. Delma Pennington $1.00, Prof. T. A. Hamilton $2.00, Total $1,349.00. bond on a charge of disturbing peace. Helen Perkins, Jane Cole, Alphonzia Moses (col) Daniel Martin. The following forfciled'SS.OO cash bond on a charge of SPEEDING. Joe Whitehead, Donell Rogers, Luther Burns, John T. Scott. Edward Farley. The following forfeited $10.00 cash bond on a charge of Drunkenness: Prince Loyd, Mack Uagland, D. D. Dennis, Ben Nelson, Lynn L, Hickles. Robert Savage, David Gamble, Possessing untaxed intoxicating liquor, Plea guilty, fined $50.00. Lawrence Powell, Perry Ware. Gaming, Plea guilty, fined $10.00. Joshua Prater, Assault & Battery, Tried, dismissed. State Docket L. J. Cook, No driver's license, Plea guilty fined $5.00. John Williamson, No driver's license, Tried, fined .$5.00. L. J. Cook, Driving while intoxicated, Plea guilty, fined $50.00 and 1 day In jail. J. Juan Rcyna, Joe R. Welch, J. W. Cunningham. Holt Hale, Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Perpes Bros. Overload. Forfeited $25.00 cash bond and $113.60 penalty. Top Republican Continued from Page One they don't give him some free time, too. The Federal Communications act requires networks that give time to one candidate for an office to provide tqual time for ther candidates for the same office. In prac- I tice. Federal Communications j Commission regulations have been interpreted by the networks as meaning thoy muat provide equal time for presenting the views of oipposinsr political yroups. Because the mutter conceivably I may come before the seven member FCC, Lee did not want to com ment on it in detail. Mississippi Flood Work Funds Asked WASHINGTON W — The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee yesterday wns asked to approve $56.885,000 for flood control on the lower Mississippi River and Its tributaries The money would be for the year starting July 1. President Eisenhower has budgeted $43,200,000 for the work. Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Little Hock her mother, Mrs, Opal Hendricks of Denmark; a brother; a sister and a stepbrother survive. Missouri, Tennessee, fftlnois, Kentucky WCrr? represented- delegation sedfing *&« tundfc~ Amounts r£atfe$.terd by ml with recomfhetftted budget' in parentheses Include: ' Mississippi ttftefr levees million dollars 1 '($8^,600)',* v\ stabilinaUoh StS.WS.BOGj Mc« harbor $U400,TO» ($5?I,OOOf Francis Basift -3>& milBoft At ($2,736,000); liO^'er WftUe HJVW; f400.000 r$205,tfEXf j ; arid North Saft% Arkansas Hft** $1,530,000 i$ffiOV 000), , Child Dies From Wreck Injuries SEAHCY I/PI — Arkansas recorded its first traffic fatality this month when 8-ycar-old Linda Barnice Jones of North Little Hock |died at n hospital here yesterday. She was injured Sunday morning in a truck cur collision on Highway 164 east of Bald Knob. ' Her father, II. G. Jones of North Handcuffs seja'dm are carM6d Scotland I Ins tho finest Insulated oven you catt !, '•{ buy! • SiwIfe-SOTve broiler t*ay • Easy- „ ^J to-sec cewrols • Clean-easy design., > '•* fi. See It today) Models prlced'fraW «1 179.95 to 329.95. Lamp Extra^ LEHMAN AUTO SUPPLY,! 215 S. Main, Hope, f>hone t'-S'Slsf Call or write Perry Henley* f J? for Home Demonstration. ,£3$ reported .$1,201.60. Mrs. Lucia Smith $1.00, Miss Nina Jean Tate $1.00, Mrs. Pink Horlon $1.00, Mrs. Sallie Dugger, $3.00 Mrs. PaurDudney $1.00, 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Norwood $5.00, Mrs. Lannie Bock $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. S. Dudney $2.00, R. L. Levins $1.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Etter $2.00 A. M. Hulsey $1.00 Mrs. F. V. Porter- 1'ield $1.00 Mrs. Nolie T. Butler $1500 Mrs. Mattie T. Wilson $15.00, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nelson $10.00, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. F. Ault $5.00 J. L. Stuart $2:50, Mrs. D. O. Hamilton $.50 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gold $1.00 Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jeans $1.00 Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Smoth $J.OO, Miss Ella Monroe $1.00, W. I. Stroud $2.00 Mr. and Mrs. Moss Rowe $2.00 Mr. and Mrs J. M. May $2.00, Mary M. Haynes $1.00, Gary Norvell, $.05 Ronnie Hatf'ield $.05, Henry Rowe $.10 Mrs. M. O. Rowe $1.00 Mary Ruth Calhoun $.15, Sandra Johnson $.10 Linda Hulsey $1.00 Deanctte Hulsey $1.00 Marilyn Ham ilton $.05 Beverlyn Johnson $.10, Jackie Hendrix, $.05, Shelia Powers $.25 j'amcs Luck $.10. Washington (Colored) Areatha Washington $.50, Mr. and Mrs. Ceasar Ogdcn $1.00, Mrs. Sarah Tyus $l'.00. Mary E. Sameuls $1.00, Ardella English $1.00, L. W, Williamson '$1.00, Mrs. Dorothy L. Williamson $1.00, Mrs. Willie K. Mitchell $1.00, J. P. Powell $1.00 Mrs. Argusta Trotter $1.00, Miss Mary Nash $1.00, Mrs. Gladys B. Golstin $1,00, Mrs. Virginia Stuart $1.00, G. S. Williamson, $1.00, Mrs. Juanita Bishop $1.00, Miss Helene Coleman $1.00, Jim Wing-field $1.00 Lee W. Williamson $1.00, Lincoln Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Saratoga School District No. 9 and 11 of Howard and Hempstead Counties on Saturday/• March 20, between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. in. The electors will vole a school tax of 30 mills to be levied for general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for two board members to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years and Post No. 2 for a period of two years. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Mrs. Mary S. Goodman Secretary of School Board Feb. 23, March 2, 9 Legal Notice High School Students lion $1.00. Hope (Colored) Dealous Jones $6.00, Dona- Place $100, Mrs. Lucy Kelly Beauty Shop $1.00, Colman Bros. Grocery $1.50, Hicks Funeral Home $5.00, R. Melcalf place $1.00, Moon - Light Inn $1.00, Unique Beauty Shop $2.00, Sallie Lou Hall Cafe $5.00, Hosea Place $1.00, Lewis Grocery $2.00, LOWEST PRICED Cylinder Sedan! See and Drive this new 'Fsctgry Delivered Puce at Ksnoiha, Wisconsin, Slate anij local taxes, il any. ?,nd Uansportalmi! en' Imagine it! You can own this new Nash Rambler Club Sedan for less than any other C-cylinder sedan in America! 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