Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 12, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, March 12, 1954
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,-C -i -fSAfi'f^ ^ Friday, March 12, 1154 H 0 9 I I. T> t> SOCIETY Phon« 7-8431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. U. Calendar ^Monday March 15 .V Members of Poplar Grove 196, Supreme Forest Woodmen's Circle, #111 meet at the home of Mrj. •t&ight Ridgdill lor their regular monthly 1 social on Monday night, March 15, instead of Tuesday. This 'change is due to conflicting schedules* i.; Circles of the W. M. S. ot the Flirst Baptist Church will meet Monday, March 15, at. 2:30 in the following homes: '"'The Martha Hairston Circle will meet at'the home of Mrs. Charles neynorsoh. 'iphe Ahnie Hoover Circle in the home ot Mrs. Cecil Wyatt. .'Mrs. W. H. Munn will be hostess to the' Hazel Sorrels Circle. Catherine Hatton Circle in thr> home of Mrs. Perry Moses. ,. The Amanda Tinkle Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Harry Shiver. .Tuesday March 16 On Tuesday, March 16, the V. F. M*Auxiliary will meet for a nomination and an election of officers and important business will be discussed. All members are urged to attend, Mrs. John Keck and Mrs. Thomas- Simmons will be hostess. es. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews ' Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary ; '^)h Wednesday evening at seven b'cibck, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Matthews, were happily surprised when a gn)up of friends and relatives rang their doorbell and shouted ''Surprise - Happy Golden Anniversary!" 'An informal hour of reminiscing followed. Each couple brought bridal photographs which caused much merriment. The highlights of the entertainment was the imprompee cbmedy skit, with Dr. F. C. Crow i$) the justice of the peace. Mrs. Green as the eager bride, and Mr. A. ,P. Deloney as the frightened groom. I After the excited honorees had ripened their many gifts they were invited into the dining room where flash snapshots were taken while they cut their anniversary cake. The dining table was covered with an imported lace cloth over gold linen and was centered with the tiered cake which was topped with the figures "50." The cake was encircled with dark green ivy, scattered with golden daffodils. Mrs. Ross Bright served the cake and Mrs. Charles O. Thomas presided at the punch bowl. About thirty-two guests attended the occasion. Mrs. John S. Greene presented the ladies. with gold covered pots of colorful colons. Stuart Greene "passed the cigars" in honor of his grandparents' anniversary. Friends sending gifts and cards were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Webb Laseter. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Herndon, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Neighbours, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowen and Reverend and Mrs. W. A. Bowen pi Austin, Texas. Halbert' Home Scene of Iris Garden Club Meeting The Iris Garden Club met on Tuesday, March 9. at the home of Mrs. A. A. Halbert, with Mrs. J. M. Mjiy as co-hostess. The Halbert home was tastefully decorated with lovely arrangements of spring flowers. The 16 members present were each given a camellia corsage fashioned by Mrs. Halbert from blooms from her flower garden. The president, Mrs. A. A. Albritton, presided at a business session. Mrs. J. M. May gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Wingi'ield reported on a recent meeting of the City Federation. Mrs. R. V. Herndon, Jr. Mrs. Daniel Blake and Mrs. Wingfield were appointed to prepare the Streets and Parks Section of a City Scrapbook to be entered in a nation wide CHy Improvement Contest. Plans were made to enter arrangements in the annual Federation Flower Show, the second week in April. The yearly report of the club was prepared for presentat- tion at the Southwest District meeting in Camden. The program was presented by Mrs. A. W. Martin who gave an interesting and informative article on "Landscape Principles and Design." Mrs. Owen Nix conducted a clever quiz, the prize going to Contributions to Hempstead Red Cross Contributions to the American Red Cross: Hope Previously reported $1,766.33 Mr. and Mrs. Chas F. Reynerson $2:00 Ima Morgan $2.00 Chas. Gough $1.00, Annie Jean Walker $1.00. Marvin Watterson $1.06, Mrs. G. B. Morris $1.00, Mrs. J. W. Perkins $3.00. Mrs. N. T. .TeWcll, $1.00. Mrs. S. H. Brianl $1.00. Mrs. John H, Arnold $5.00, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Barr, $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Mayton $1.00, C. S. Lowthorp $.50 Mrs. Matt Galstec $1.00, Mrs. Corn A. Jamison $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White $5.00, Mrs. Waddle Cunningham $1.00. J. Ross Moore, $1.00 Mrs, Wreath Jones $1.00. Ji T. Cum bie $1.00, Mrs. C. C. Carlton $1.00 Mrs. J. D. Boswell $.50, Mrs. W. C. Hughes $1.00, Polida Glanton $1.00, Mrs. Joe Rogers $1.00, Mrs. Geo. Keith $1.00, Mrs. Ambrose lobinson $1.00, Mrs. Alvin Willis 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cain $5.00 flrs. Ray Birmingham $1.00, Mr. nd Mrs. Olin Purtle $1.00, Mr. and /Irs. Albert Page $1.00, Mr. and /Irs. W. E. Tolleson $1.00, Mr. and /Irs, Lomal Rowland $1.00, Mrs. i. E. Benson $1.00, Mrs, H. O. Kyer, $1.00, Mrs. C. Newton $1.00 Mrs eulah Johnson $1.00, Mrs, Gora immons $.10, Mrs. Rosa Huntlcy 10, Mrs. S. N. Strong $1.00, Mrs. iculah Trotter $.25, Mrs. Sarah ones $.55, Colored Hope Mrs. Louise J. Verger $1.00, Mr. nd Mrs. W. V. Rutherford $3.00, lev. and Mrs. J. W: Walker $2.00, /Irs. Neva Carmicheal .$1.00. Mrs. lecta M. Nelson $1.00, Mrs. Fanie Buchanan $1,00, Miss Clnmmie rierson $1.00, Mrs. Lucy Faucet- d $1.00, Mrs. L. M. Davis $1.00 «Trs. Gurtha Williamson $1.00. Miss ANEW HIGH IN THRILLS on the High Seas! TODAY AND SATURDAY 'Yvonne DE CARP Rock HUDSON^ \ - SUM «*SJ Chapter 5 of Serial "THE LOST PLANET" & Cartoon, "Hughie'sD^cky Daddy SUN.-MON.-TUES. «| that happy, hilarious Kettle Clan have the whole county in hysterics! Mariorie MAIN-Percy KILBRIDE ^AMQE K^IV-BRETI wtsfv-AWN www DeAnn Lilac Garden Club Has Meeting The March meeting of the Lilac Garden Club of DeAnn was held 'uesday, March 9, in the home of Mrs. Jim Arnold. Mrs. Jesse Samuels, vice-presi- lent, presided over the meeting in ne absence of the'president, Mrs. Jryant Roberts. • ; An election of officers was held, 'he new officers are: president vlrs. James H. Burke; vicc-presi- ien.t Mrs. Lyle Arnold; secretary- reasurer/'Mi-'Si Erwin Burke;;~;pro- jram chairman, Miss Sally Timber- ake. Each member brought a spring lower arrangement with Miss Saly Timberlake winning the prize. At the close of the meeting the hostess served a dessert plate with coffee to eleven members. /Irs. C. P. Tolleson. In the arrangement contest, Mrs. ix placed first. . The hostesses served a tempting riut salad plate and coffee at the onclusion of the meeting. & ^w^^^rfSBis^WEUa^^Ssa^ <»<»*iA*Mi«i.i* » •&***»». -«»**********. -—•; »-A^_ ^^,™-,^.^.--~ HERE'S T-H-A-T KISS—it's the 1 kiss that (1) Chicago disc Jockey Jack Elgen tried in order to leirn « TV is^more broadmlndcd than mbvies, (2) lasted five minutes, (S)'caused a chorus of to*, dignant telephone-callsj J4> resulted to EigenV being'flred by Station WBKB, (6) got kiss-receiver - _ cieo Moore, movie actress, scads of welcome publicity, ^^ PRESCOTT NEWS Mrs. Bobby Duke, Reed and Judy of Bro"Wnfield, Texas have arrived for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. and Mr and Mrs. J. H. Bemis. Saturday March 13 ' ' / The Rainbow Garden Club will sponsor a bake sale at the Stewart Electric'Co., on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. x Notlte The tcan-age club will reopen tonight (Friday) under the auspices of the Parent Teachers Association There will be a box supper beginning at 6:30. All parents' are also urged to attend. On Tuesday evcn- ng at 7 o'clock there will be a "girl ring a! boy'. 1 'party. Paisley P. T. A. Meets Wednesday Mrs,. A. E. Evans, president, presided at the meeting of the Paisley ?. T. A. on Wednesday, March 10, n the school auditorium. During the regular business session officers for the 1954-55 school year were elected. They are: president, Mrs. Haskell Jones; vice-pros- dent, Mrs. James LaGrossa; secretary, Mrs. Austin Hutson; treasur cr, Mrs. Ed Aslin; historian, Mrs. tnez Compton. Mrs. R. E. Sparks then presented the program on "Healthy Personalities." A health film was shown. The president's message was read jy Mrs. James LaGrossa. Mrs. laldwell's first grade won the room count. Mrs. /Clifford Johnson Hostess '-• To W. M. U. Circle 1 ' v Mrs.'Clifford Johnson was hostcs's o Circle 1 of the W. M.'U. of the 'irst Baptist Church at her home n Monday afternoon with eight members and two guests attend- ng. Mrs. "J. T "M.' r Tth''g;fam voiced the pemng prayer. After the business meeting con- ucted by the chairman, Mrs. Cliford Ferguson, Mrs. Fred White, resented the home mission p'ro- ram on ''The Indian Reservation." he was assisted by Mrs. Watson Vhite Jr,, Mrs.' Mettle Robinson rid Mrs.. Ingram. The meeting closed with prayer yy Mrs. Thomas Buchanan. Punch and cookies were, sel-v.ed during' the social hour. ' Hospital Notes Julia Chester Discharged: Mrs. Fannie H. Holt Hope. Mrs, Dale Willis and son Robert Dale, Rt. 1, Hope. • SAT. & SUN. • SUSPENSE! ^Scotland Yard Investigator' 7 — PLUS — Chop. 14, "CAPT, KIDD" 'SHAVING MUGS" Cartoon — ALSO — HIGH RIDING ADVENTURED Mrs. Warren Payne Hostess To ' W. M. U. Circle 3 Mrs. Warren Payne was hostess to Circle 3 of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. The chairman, Mrs. Lewis Garrett, opened the meeting with prayer and conducted the business. The devotional thought was given by Mrs Hody Butler. Mrs. Harrcll Hines presented the mission stydy on "Indian Reservations" and closed with prayer. The next meeting will be in the homd of Mrs. S. R, Morgan. Pie and coffee were served to the six members. Mrs. W, F. Denman Jr., has re turned from Victoria, Texas where she has been the guest of Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen V, Willo- mln. She was accompanied by Mrs. Clinton Bairett, Who is the uest of ;Mr. 'a.nd.'Mr's. Fred Powell Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Wilson are in Temple, Texas where he Is a pa tient at Scott-White Clinic. W. M. U. Circle 4 Entertained By Mrs. A.' R. .Underwood Circle 4 of the W. M. U. ot the KBapUst Church was cnter- ,^ on Monday afternoon by Mrs. 'A. R. Underwood at her home. Mrs'. Roy Loomis voiced the opening prayer. The devotional was given 1 'by Mrs. "Underwood. After the business conducted by the' dhairman, Mrs. R. T. Murry, Mrs. Loomis gave the mission study.' During the social hour refresh- merits were served to the members'. . W. S. C. S. Meets Mrs. J. V. McMahen, president, presided at the March meeting of he W! S C. S. of the First Mptho- list Church that was held on Monday afternoon at the church. ,The opening gong was "Come Thtju Almighty King" followed with prayer by Rev. W. D, Goldgn. Rev. Golden gave a review of 'the study on "Jeremiah," During the business meeting the minutes were read-by the secretary ktrs., J, T. Worthmg'ton, and ap.- >roved. Circle 2 was awarded the attendance prize. The Spiritual Life Group will meet on March 17 at 9:.15 a.-m. in the home of Mrs, Irnoh. Gee"; After the singing of;the song What a'Friend We Have In Jesus," Mrs; L. :'C. Gallin offered the clds- ng .prayer. Mrs. J. J. Pederson and David Allen of -North Cowden, Texas, W. M. U. Circle 2 Meets in > T.QTOpklns Home Nine members of Circle 2 ot J,he W.'M-- U. pf the First Baptist Church met on Monday afternoon in the, home of Mrs, C. ;H: Tompkins with .the chairman, Mrs. Buddy Barrett,, .presiding. Mrs, Frankie Bowlin .'gave :the devotional talk and led m prayer. Thp mission study on "Indian Reservations" was in charge of Mrs, Leroy Phillips. Duping the social ho,ui; delectable refreshments were served, Leo Cox Davis Class Has Supper Mrs..H. V, Scott, Mrs. Fred White and Mrs, Will Spears were hostesses to the Leo Cox Davis Class of the First Methodist Church in he home of Mrs, Spoil on Monday evening. A pot) luck supper was served from the dining table pyerlald with a cut w'pfk cloth and centered with an arrangement of jonquils. The invocation was given by Mrs. . c: Gatlln. The devotional for the ""evening was given by Mrs. Burke Shelter* After the business meeting con- ducted'by the president, Mrs.'Eleeta Well's, games were enjoyed. There were 22 present, ; Sgt. Dorris Avery left this week for services 4n Okinawa. Mrs. Avery and their children.; will, make their home here. ' Ike's May Be Long Remembered By JAMES MAftLOW WASHWGfON (/Pt — A 28 word tatefnent by President cr on how this cotifttry V/ould tin er another war *-only alter a ride a ration by Congress--- may be remembered long after the pres cht hubbub oVof Sen, McCarthy Is forgotten. The President, at yesterday's hews cbhlerehcc In whIH. he Stiff armed the Wisconsin- Republican without mentioning h Isname was asked the following "Mr. President, Sen. StennU (DMiss) said, . . we' were in" dan ger of becoming Involved in world War 111 in Indochina because of he Air Force technicians ttiqre. What will we do If one of those men Is captured or killed" Stcnnls wasn't the only one who lad raised that question Others had wondered after It was learned couple ot hundred American Air Force technicians were being sent into Indochina to help service, but not fly, American planes given the French to fight the Communist led Vlelhitoh. The President's answer was: "There is g6ing to bo,no Involve ment of America In wn'r unless It is a result, of the constitutional process that is placed upon 'don gresls to .declare 'It.' -Then he Cohen Hi Troffi GbUriMApi sity l«w seftBtft at thi Attef' wftlflftt' l«wf } C6hn ti. where he Handled In Ife ranfing irom 'slftrnp- 1 « counterfeiting to When h* iirsl took the was a source of hfto underworld- characters it hard to bfclioVe was an assistant "A hard Wdrtair, (?otoi/S$ . , evenings tCAchta&'at't^W Votf school where he wng professor, added: clear." "Now, let us have that of " Friends of Mrs. Vick Scott will regret that she is suffering Vwith , a sprained wrist. Friends of Mrs. W. C. Reeves will regret that she is seriously ill in Sparks Memorial Hospital, Fort Smith. Mr. Reeves is at her bedside. (,, . i ••< KCMC Television Saturday March 13th 4:00 Test Patten 4:30 Mystery Theatre 5:30 Feature Theatre 6:55 NetwS and weather capsule 7:00 The Big Picture 7:30 Amateur Hour NBC 8:00 Two for .the Money CBS 8:30 I Married Joan NBC 9:00 Medallion Theatre CBS 9(30 News and Weather Capsule 9:33 Channel 0 Theatre 10:35 Sign Off fore tal to the South -Koleafis; Mis answer may have been clear in Elsenhower's „' mind. But ( , raised more questions",than t ' T , answered,- because' H' has to be considered in relation to what has been called the' military, ;"i look" il and what , Secretary State Dul|es' said Jan. ,12., v Spcaklngi on that date in New York on hbw the -Eisenhower ad ministration had Avorked out -what he described a.s a new policy In meeting ' Communist aggression anywhere,; Dulles said: "... The President and his ad viscrs, as represented by the Na tlonal Security Council, hacl to take some basic v policy decision.';. This has boon done. The basic,.decision was to, 'depend primarily upon a great capacity to retaliae in stantly, by means _and at places of our ovvrt t ch6osing,\., " ? , Ho\y dOejs . that -jibe with Eisen howor.'s statement ( this country won't, getjnto war unless Congress declares , \ ! it Dulles spoke-'aboUt capacity to '^retaliate . instajnly."' Formaj declaration of, war", by Congress would mean debate' and delay* * ' | ^ f ^r f Dulles'* statement, th e ^PrcSi dent's •yoa'te'rday, others by ,Vnr ious officials add up to.less, than: a clearest, comprehensive s'tatcment of Inteihtiohs, — perhaps neccssari ly, 1 Still, many questions arc left unanswered. p ' /? For example, what would El- scnhpwer 4o i_n case, of another war like the Kbream which wolund up being a three-year war although Congress never declared it 5 one • Former President -Truman didn't wait for congressional \debate. which might have'meant delay fa and men, the result r WQ And military measures, .wo*« without' formal'* con gre tion. then i - m£ swould 'pick rctaJiationHby dropp)}i fhlnMWV ritiest £ ThUtTi about our own : Does "thai 1 " l not a>Jy with . tore •- fes \',*^m 6UT AHiAP blMerr l«wer l«iok.:Ch«V- rpletlitheon/ylov/'pflUjI". t \v ' t "f*$?l U with nMf Bo^ityl. ' ^^jOTt'. °* b ™*:'^r<r&/mM MK.'VW At-j.^yv.|j ^*$\&mm "1 lBlli.Tuiiuin '.^s^sjsffisefflf&saf^a •^t^SlSSS^imaai OUT AHEAP with the slon overhead valve engines great valve-in-head engines hov cpmprwsion rotlp of any leading low c i What you want mo^t jBthel,pizzpli'$l,00, ^rs. Q, W, MIJ. Q. K. Cplemsn |J. ' gives you (that's th? region more people want and buy Chevrolet; than on/ other car) Chevrolet keep? epmlng wp «h«gd 9f Ipw-priced cqr« with the new thing* on^l goed ypv wpnt, And y0«,p<?y '*« *9r ? Ch,eyjr»jt-»» -it ^qrries the Jowest priee tog of any line fftfpri, So why, 90 hyijdnsds ,«f s|ollqrs Np get whgt ypy^qnt ii^ 9 "** Chevre' yo^'ju like tb?;wsy ws'rp _"••• '•> •• r ,fcJF^i^

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