Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 10, 1954 · Page 3
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f-fJ^-^VK Wednesday, March 10, 1954 HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS «••' liit i NOW FEATURE TIMES: 2:00 - 3:48 - 5:24 - 7:23 - 9:22. RHEASCD THPU UNHID ARTISTS • LATE NEWS EVENTS • Cartoon, "Carnival Coverage" • Novelty, "Uncommon Sense" COMING! AND PA ECIE MarjbrfeMATN' Percy fOLBRf DE SOCIETY Phoni 7-3431 Between « A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday March 11 Fathers' night will be held on March 11, by the Junior-Senior High School P. T. A. in the Junior High auditorium. Members of the Brookwood P. T. A. are having a meeting at the school on Thursday morning at to o'clock. They will discuss "Sense and Nonsense About Discipline." The piano pupils of Mrs. R. L. Gosnell will give a "Duet and Trio" program on Thursday afternoon, March 11, at 4:15 in the Junior High School auditorium. Parents and friends of the pupils are invited . Blevins P. T. A. will meet Thurs- iday night, March 11, at 7:30. The I theme of the program will be "Healthy Personalities." A film will be shown. The executive committee will meet at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Adams Presents Program At C. W. F. Meeting The regular business and miss* ionary meeting of the Christian Women's Fellowship was held at the Christian Church on Monday afternoon, March 8, with the. vice-president, Mrs. Raymond Robins, presiding. Mrs. Oliver Adams, program chairman, presented the following program; Music, "Faith of our Fathers"- Luther Hollamon; Devotional, "Live by Faith," Hebrews 11:1 - Mrs. Edmund Pendleton; Vocal solo, "The Builder" - the Reverend Edmund Pcndloton. accompanied by Luther Hollamon, A talk on the work and progress | of our mission church and school at Asuncion, Paraquay, was given by Mrs. Sam Dameron. Mrs. Damcrcm has returned from Paraquay, where she has lived the past two years. Circle Two, Mrs. G. E. Anderson, leader, had the most members present. The meeting was closed with the C. W. F. benediction. The Adult Fellowship Class of the First Methodist Church will have a spaghetti supper meeting at 7 o'clock Thursday evening at the church. Members are asked to bring only salads, breads and desserts. The hostesses will be Mrs. Jack Gardner and Mrs. Lloyd Guerin. Mrs. H. O. Kyler will present the program. Baby sitters will be provided Guernsey P. T. A.will meet Thurs day night at 7:30 in the High School Auditorium. Friday March 12 The Camellia Garden Club will meet P'riday March 12, at 2 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Jim Cole. 1004 South Main street. Members are asked to bring a crescent arrangc- rrfent. Saturday March 13 The Music Makers will meet on Saturday, March 13, at 10 a. m. at i the home of Sandra Hobbs. Wesleyan Service Guild Meets Twelve .members and two visitors attended the meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church on Monday evening, March 8th, at the home of Mrs. Leon Bimdy on South Fulton street. Mrs. Ben Edmiaston, president, conducted the business session Mrs. Roy Stephenson announced the annual Guild Conference to be held in Fordyce this month, and Mrs. Charles Taylor was elected to represent the local guild Mrs. Stephenson will attend the conference as a district officer. Mrs. E. P. O'Neal guild co-ordi- nator, extended an invitation 16 the group to attend the three day school on "Alcohol and the Methodist Chinch" to be directed by Mrs. E. D. Galloway from March 13th through March 17th. Missionary offering boxes were accepted by the members. These will be filled and returned at the April meeting. Miss Clarice Cannon gave an inspirational talk on "Spanish Speaking Americansj" After the Guild Benediction, Mrs. Bundy, assisted by her daugh ter, Mrs. Dexter Bailey, and Mrs Add Turner, served a salad plate and coffee, Mrs. Rogers Entertains With Birthday Dinner On Sunday, March 7. Mrs. L. H Rogers entertained with a birthday dinner honoring her husband a daughter, Mrs. A. M. Covey ot Ore City, and two granddaughters, Carol Ann and Geneva Carmon. Attending were Mr. and MrS Woodrow Rogers. Carol Ann, Wood row C.. Bill .Stephen and Fillis of Springhill, Charles Rogers, Char los Harrell, Martha, Geneva Car- inon of Ore City, Marvin Rogers, Jessie and Marvin of Jefferson. United Council of Church Women Have World Day of Prayer The Hope unit of the United Council of Church Women met Friday March 5, at 2:30 p. m. at the Episcopal Church for World Day of Prayer. The president, Mrs. B. L. Rettig presided and opened the meeting) with song and prayer after which she announced that the annual convention would be held in El Dorado March 29 and 30, and urged all who could to attend. Names of the towns in Arkansas that entered into the United Council of Church Women services were read. Mrs. Rettig then introduced Mrs. Cline Franks who was in charge of the program entitled "That They May Have Life." Mrs. C. P. Tolleson gave the devotional using as her scripture the sixth chapter of St. John. This was followed with a special solo, "The Lord's Prayer" by Reverend Edmund Pendleton, accompanied by Luther Hollamon, organist American Indians, Migratory Labor, and Low Income Farm Communities were told to be the divisions of home missions and they were discussed in a most interesting and informative manner by Mrs. Dorsey McRae Sr. Miss Clarice Cannon, and Mrs. Oliver Adams. The offering which was taken will help to promote a Christian home and family life program around the world. Following the meeting which closed with prayer the guests were invited into the fellowship hall for a social period where the wo- Golden Wedding Anniversary men of the Episcopal Church served delicious individual iced cakes and coffee from a lace covered table centered with beautiful spring flowers. Births Mr. and Mrs. George Frazier of 3510 Vonnie Road Austin, Texas, announce the arrival of a son, George Thomas Jr., on March 9. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt is the maternal grandmother. Coming and (joing Mrs. K. E. Ambrose left Wednes day morning for Dallas, to visit Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Moore, and to attend the annual flower show. Turkish Girl h to'Forget' Arkansas G! By AL KAFF YANGCHON, Korea (UP) —Attractive Sagida Salahudin, who wears her long black hair in pig- iails caught up on the bnck of her head, promised several Arrierlcaft >var prisoners she would write hem when they all were freed tiom Communist prison camps in Korea. Captured along with her family at the age of 16, the Turkish girl shared, n North |Koiefin death march, cruelly cold prison cdfrips and mengcr corn and millet rations with hundreds of Gl prisoners. ; "One soldier gave me his dog- lag," she said, "and I still have it. I also have quite a few names, and addresses." She will write to somo of tberh, but she wants to forgot William A. Cowart, of Monticeilo, Ark. He was one ot the 21 Ameri- in soltiier$ who rejected htn homeland to become a Communist 'peace fighter.' "1 first met Cowart in 1051," §agida — now U. S. Army's wher£ She is fcther THrkS a qudriftl .....i 1' ;'We >-• the^wohiWi — were staying Irt « _ tal. and he was livfttl room. He was sick- rv ,1 Tintrt v ' i "^V i ,y. . .ii ..i >mc> "xHiin^* 1 * jr ,|\<Tt}j«j}roung brothers ^ wjthptd^rfJjea aVttt fln So wc.,fewi Co\«art thetf ,i could figteAK Japanese ai ged tobactd and battS 4 f juardsil^^lye, to htm, ^ » ''p.'ic a." 1 "'"'—- lLi Copra'ts tiiMdriod MieSt 0 _ i. i t f. -*.!•<.4 ^ _±i» rf'afitt.j atls AV >8ints, «e«j*«tr| »»*»v*. .«.-— -ipir , * , . ' ; a»«; thihgdi it'* >n 5." «, E s-j t3Tf The children of Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Rothwell honored them on their golden wedding anniversary with open house Sunday, February 21, at their home on old Highway G7. 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