Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 16, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 16, 1954
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fTuestloy, March 16, 1954 H 0 M S T A * , H OH, A 11 A N S A S SOCIETY Pbon. 7-3431 Between I A. M. *Ad 4 P. M, lenddr Isday March 16 Tuesday, March 10, the V. F. [ixiliary will meet for n nomi- and an election of officers important business will be Ised. All members are urged |end. Mrs. John Keck and Mrs. Simmons will be hostess. imitorts More iildhood Ills... »all other chil- in'a aspirin hblnnd! Moth- I and children ier it; doctors " oVe it. Try it. _ tWl For Children's Head Co/ds ^Specialized, Safe, Pure Water Base JOSEPH NOSE DROPS FOR CHILDREN The Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday night, March 16, at 7:30 in the home of Mrs. Leo Carter for the monthly business and social meeting. Mrs. Grady Browning will be co-hostess. Wednesday March 17 The Fulelis Class of the, First Methodist Church will have its March social on Wednesday evening, March 17, at seven o'clock. Thursday, March 18 The Azalea Garden Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Moody Willis on Thursday, March 18, at two o'clock. Mrs. Raymond Peace and Mrs. R. L. Hayden will be co- hostesses. Mrs. Johnny Brannan will be hostess to the Daffodil Garden Club members at two o'clock on Feature Times: 3:43 r 5:26 - 7:22 - 9:18 .THOME" Marjorie MAIN-Percy KILBRfDE PLUS: e NEWS OF THE WORLD • NOVELTY, "GREEN MOUNTAIN SPEEDSTERS" c NOVELTY, "FUN FOR ALL" !• WED. & THURS. •! Robert 'Stewart,:-'. Ann M.O-M PICTURE 'Bella St. John- Keenan Wynn-James Whitmore-Kurt Kasznar !• 3-D Thursday. March 18, in her home. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Bill tolle- son. Mrs. Duffie Booth will present the program entitled "Building the Outdoor Living Room". Members are requested to bring a grab bag and an original arrangement in a kitchen container. a pot luck Supper on Friday nifiht March 19 at seven o'clock at the V. F. W. hut. The Fidelis Sunday School Class of the Unity Baptist Church will have their monthly meeting on Thursday night, in the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Brown on South Elm street. The Fulton Rose Garden Club will meet nt the home of Mrs. J. E. Wilson on Thursday, March 18, at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Sam A McGill and Mrs. Davis Weaver as co- hostesses. Hope Chapter 328 OES will meet Thursday. March 18th at 7:30. There will be an initiation. Friday March 19 Mrs. Y. C. Coleman will be hostess to the members of the Dahlia Garden Club at two o'clock on Friday, March 19, in her home at 626 North Main. Mrs. Martin Green and Mrs. Frank Yarbrough will be c hostesses. Everyone is asked to bring a mass arrangement. Girl Scout Troop Two, under the leadership of Miss Kay Camp and Mrs. H. H. Tippitt, will meet at the Uttlo House, Friday March 19. Monday March 22 W, S. C. S. Circle Five >of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, March 22, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Fred Glanton with Mrs. Dexter Bailey and Mrs. Fred Johnson as co-hostesses. The third and final session of "Jeremiah the Prophet." will be led by Mrs. Lloyd Guerin assisted by Mesdames C. Dana* Gibson, Jr., William Routon, Wayne Russell, and Sam Strong. The Jeremiah crossword puzzle will also be completed so members bring your Bibles. The devotional will be given by Mrs. Thomas Cannon. This is an important meting so a full attendance is urged and don't forget to do something nice for your "Secret Pal" between now and then. Mrs. Rldgdlll Hostfess to WOW Circle Poplar Grove 196, Supreme For est Woodman's Circle, met last night (Monday) for a regular rnon thly social in the home of Mrs. Dwight Ridgdill. Games were played with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Ruth Harts field, Miss Nettie Rothwell and Miss Lucille Wall. Plans were made and discussed for the District Convention to be held April 20.. Following the business discussion. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Wyatt Hostess To Annie Hoover Circle On Monday afternoon, March 15, the Annie Hoover Circle of the First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Cecil Wyatt at Oakhaven for their regular meeting. Mrs. Campbell gave the opening prayer. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Royce Smith, the leader. The mission book entitled "In Evangelino's Country" and written by John Caylor was taught by Mrs. Hugh Jones. The hostess served refreshments to eight members. Court Docket Mr. and Mrs. Young Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George R. Youn? celebrated their twentieth wedding anniversary the past week-ond. Mr. and Mrs. Young have one son, nine years of age. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kelsoe and daughter of Texarkana, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. John Young and family of Fort Worth, and Mrs. J. B. Easter and Rex of Hope. Minnicipal Court of Hope, Arkansas. Richard Trotter, Assault & Battery, Plea guilty, fined $10.00. Walter Peoples, Disturbing peace, Forfeited $10.00, cash- bond. Bobby Brown Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Charlie Hughes, Drunkenness, Plea guilty, fined $10.00. Henry Catlett, Vander Lloyd, Booker Maxwell. Running stop sign, Forfeited $5.00. cash bond. Richard Cook, Hazardous driving, Forfeited S10.00 cash bond; Elmer Dickerson, Passing in' a restricted zone, Forfeited $5.00, cash bond. Qarrell Cliff,'Willie Combs, Versie Lee Johnson, 'Thomas Flaggs, No driver's license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. James McFadden, Willie Combs, Richard Cook, Bobby Lee Rogers, 1 Thomas Flaggs, Clarence 1 Block, Os Oscar Lee Criner, No City car license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Slate Docket A. L. White, Driving while intoxicated,' Tried, fined $50.00 and 1 day in jail. Bill Townsend, Driving while intoxicated, Plea guilty, lined $50.00 and 1 clay in jail. Goo. S. Clark, No permit to operate a truck for hire, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Artie Conger, Attempting to escape without use of force, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Johnnie B. Garrett, Hauling for hire without a PSC permit, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Lonzo Franks, Jr., Assault arid Battery, Tried, fined $25.00, A. L. White, No Driver's Jicense, Tried, fined $5.00. , Rosevan Williams, Reckless driving, Plea guilty, fined $50.00. Theo Williams, Possessing un- Boyle Continued from **a«e One bargains ashoffe. Pell mell they rush aboard the first boat headed forth the beach sure and threats in an attempt to get special favors for his drafted friend and former subcommittee aide. Pvt. G. David Schine. The Arkansas senator was be* lieved to be speaking also for the other two Democrats on the sub-' committee. The men conferred at breakfast before the start of the and the more timorous natives' closed-door subcommittee ses head for the hill. s ion. It 'is He Christmas all over McClellan said he has no objec- again. Mama storms r from store to ition to closed meetings, like ttt- store. pawing through French par.-!day's, to determine procedure, fumes, Scandinavian silver andj But he added: "I'll insist that all crystal, lace from Belgium, linen's testimony taken with respect td fvom Ireland, camphor chests j this issue be taken in public hear- from China, ivory from India, Royal Doultort figufinds from England. Papa first stares at this feminine treasure hunt with masculine Indignation. Then the Virus hits him. He drops into a liquor store for a free sample and a chance to rest his feet, and comes out carrying five bottles of duty-free booze. Then he wanders on and buys a couple of Swiss watches and a German camera, and a 12-gallon native straw hat to shield him from the sun. Frances and I went ashore at Willemstad in Curacao,th e quaint the two the ing." He added that he did , hot think Cohrt should do the gating of the charges against him. Notice Game night, which was scheduled for Tuesday, March 16, at the Hope Country Club has been postponed until Tuesday night, March 23. The Lilac Garden Club meeting which was scheduled for Wednesday, March 17, has been postponed until Wednesday,: March 24. - Wisteria Garden Club members will entertain their husbands with Black Patent with mesh , trim. 8.95 Black Patent 9.95 COMPUMEMT/CATCIIBRS Junior-Senior , ,' '•, High School P.' T. A. ' ', Has Fathers' Night The Junior-Senior High School Parent Teacher Association met in the Junior High Auditorium on | Thursday evening, March 11 at 7:30. This regular meeting was held at night in order for the fathers to attend. Mrs. R L. Broach, president, called the meeting to order and gave a special welcome to the fathers. The secretary Mrs. Sam Strong read the minutes of the January meeting. Paula Raley, a high school senior, presented the president's message, . • Mrs. Broach summarized sprnei f the activities carried out by the; roup in the schools f or. the ' year vith particular attention called, to he health program in the ; schools ponsored by the P. T. A.'./ , Mrs. Frank Mason explained how he Dental and Eye Clinic was conducted in the Junior High School.; rs. Jafnes Lauterback read the lames of the ladies 1 'who "served vith her in the eye clinic. ,: Mr. Joe Amour, principal of the enior high school, spoke briefly n appreciation of the services ren- .ered the senior high school by the . T. A. ' ' '•'.',;. Mrs. Frank Mason, principal of he junior, high school and chairman of the nominating committee, sresented a slate of officers for tcceptance. Ex-president of the P. • A. Mrs. Claude Tillery conducted . the election. Officers jlected were president, Mrs.-R. L. Broach; vice-president. Mrs. C. C. VlcNeill; secretary, Mrs. Sam trong; treasurer, Mrs. Perry Moses; parliamentarian, Mrs. Oliver Adorns; historian, Mrs, George R'obison. Mrs. Jim McKenzie had charge of the program and introduced the uests who were to participate in panel discussion. The guests were Judge James Pilkinton, Rev. V. D. Keeley and Charles Gougb. •ecreatidnal director. The subject for discussion was 'Juvenile Protection In Our Community". After an interesting discussion with participation by the audience, the meeting was adjourned with the P. T. A. benediction. A social period followed with the one hundred and twenty-five mem- i's and guests being invited to the library where refreshments were served. taxed:' intoxicating fined $100.00. liquor, Tried, BAGS TO MATCH •loney Tone and Blue Calf. 9.95 Our flattering new Jacquelines are. in ... and you'll love them all! Shoes with newly slim or newly bare lines! You'JI love the high thinned he^s, the new "hqlf h?els" shaped to look high ... the white-lpucheci Patents, Blue?,•••Re.ds, Honey tones .• . . everything from rhinestones and meshes to crisp spectators! "THE PJSGIST LITTLE STORS JN TOWN" FOSTER'S SHOI STOR1 ere Rosevan Williams; Transporting I untaxed intoxicating liquor, Ti'ied, 'fined $50.00. ' ' •-, Rpsevan Williams, Leaving the scene of an accident, Tried dismissed. R. A, Patterson, Operating a motor,.vehicle with fictitious license, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Joe Jackson, Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond Penalty $41.40. Brown Milling Co., Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond Penalty $79.60. ' . •.Ray.jjBarker, Overload, Forfeited ^25.00 jjCash bond...: , ,-Whe^ing' Pipeline Co., Overload, Forfeited., J.25.0Q .cash bond. Mrs. Martha Capri, Passing on a hill, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Victor Rooks Assault with intent t;o, rape, Examination Waived- Heldftfe "Grand Jury;;bond fixed at $300.00. ; ^ Johh,J|ohns6n,. Stock running at and picturesque center of Dutch (West) Indies, with friends we had made during cruise, Eileen and Tom Smith of Tulsa, Okla, One of the most beautiful places we've ever seen," our,, wives agreed. Tom and I then pointed out that in three hours the group of us had never moved 'more :than 100 feet from the center of town, and our dearest memories of .sto'r ied old Curacao would be based on the inside of three silver Stores and two perfume shops. "But we found what we,wanted," sajd Eileen, Tom and I had to admit that, after all, culture had no profounder reward than that. The only way' to cure a wife with the "buy-buy fever" on E cruise is to hand her your pocket book and let the disease take its course. Wheat if you do come back flat broke The cab driver will pro bably trade you a ride to your home in return for all your trinkets. Temporarily Continued from Page One tions committee, not the subcom mittee, should investigate the case McClellan made the statement to reporters as the strife-torn subcommittee began a secret d cussion of how to charges that the handle ,army group's chie counsel, Roy M.' Conn, used pres Mrs .A. D, Jenkins in"'Fort Smith,. * H »;•' 0fa' 1 Ki» '3 § t~ '' ' Miss Ta wanna Green ^of Little Rock spent the week-end with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. H, O. Green. Mr. and Mrs^R.-N..Mouser visited their daughter, Mrs. Benford Poe, and Mr. Poe in.,Fort Smith, over the week-end. large, Dismissed on payment cosl Wm. Henry Jackson, Disturbing peace,, Dismissed on motion Prose< cuting attorney. Bill Townsend, Leaving the scene of an accident, Dismissed on mo tion Pros, attorney, W. E, Johnson, Abandonment and failure to support minor children Dismissed —• Children being supported. A Texas ranch, the XlT, with hree million atires is only slightly smaller than Connecticut. 200 times. NEED MOI We ltiak<* feil all purposes^ pair, renhan«i tive monthly help ytot to pay on thesfrW systematically affi!# — the interest->t& irtontli as ydti' ttlAKi* payments on Idett* UN HOPE FEDERAI Savings & team 122 East S*d6h ,,...„ '^^t^MytW'M»^'^"iv^^Wi templtt, too of h«od. bock orhtOd^OChlrtfl thwk bo" orov«l Iri them, tofti-wti down bock of nttk, drip end L , ditzvnoi. tor naliet, con'l M* »«ll o» tlm««, tdft't think'_. bond around twad, can't imell or tMtt, ond cooghlni. Thi» product has glv«n flulek end omotlno rtll«f 1o thou»and«, th*...,.-,^.,,. .^ -• ' -. you h«v« »pent, or whof pwdoetfiVwl eo«t or obligation """"' " '"-*• *** It Happened It Could Ha PP en : ^: * V- »j. ,/tvL _•*.». .JfflWffl! See ROY Roy Andersow -!- , TO BE SURE 21 OS. Main Hope^Ark," Lula McSwaln Society Meets In Emmet Mrs. Otis Townsend was hostess ;o the Lula McSwain Society of Christian Service in her home in Emmet, on Monday afternoon, March 8, The Townsend home was attractively decorated with arrangements of spring flowers that were placed at vantage points in the living room. The table in the dining room was covered with a hand crocheted cloth and held an arrangement of tinted flowers which carried out the Saint Patrick's Day color scheme. The business session was opened witfi prayer led by Mrs. Tom arland. The secretary read the minutes of,the previous meeting and they were approved. After the various officers gave their reports old and new business was discussed. The program entitled "l^atin Americans Along the Mexican Bordor" was presented by the program chairman, Mrs. Shelby Jones. After the opening hymn/scripture lesson and prayer, the leader presented a panel discussion. She was assisted by Mesdames Bob Magness, Karl Weeks and Denjjian Wylie- ' •' ... ,.--, •'.'••.:• -. The program was concjucjed with a'hymn, prayer and the reading of a poem £y the leader. One guest, Mrs. Basil M,unn, and twenty-one members were served refreshments by the hostess. Mrs. Bob Magnegg'Dresided a.t the punch bQwl, The gtfpatricK's Day jnotil was further used, jn the refresh- Cominp SPRING-TIME on "i» pretty foot for spring ... here, ih» " shoe that make* your foot look utterly graceful/ fronkly pretty, that give? you, too, th« luxury of couturier fit, of Rhythm Step'* famous 1-2-3 cushioned «ase. Ginger and White Spectator as shown Sues 5i to 9 and Widths AAAA, AA, and B. 12,95 lline«o!e i cushioning ball of tho foot,, i Black Patent as • Si?e?5ito Widths AAAA to of Several Styles

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