, March 17, 1954 HOM STAR, HUM, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Pboni 7-3431 Between I A. M. tnd 4 P.M. will meet at the home of Mrs. J. E. Wilson on Thursday, March 18, at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Sam A Mc- ill and Mrs. Davis Weaver as co- lostesses. Hope Chapter 328 OES will meet Thursday. March 18th at 7:30. There will be an initiation. March 17 e Fidelis Class of the First Me- Idlst Church will have its March ilal on Wednesday evening, Marat seven o'clock. Thursday, March 18 (The Azalea Garden Club will Sect/at the home of Mrs. Moody fillis on Thursday, March 18, at vo o'clock. Mrs. Raymond Peace hd Mrs. R. L. Hayden will be co- bstcsses. ' IMrs. .Johnny Brannan will be pstess to the Daffodil Garden Club members at two o'clock on Thursday, March 18, hi her home. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Bill Tolleson. 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. The Hobby Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Arvis Cannon, 809 last Seventh street. The Fidelis Sunday School Class of the Unity Baptist Church will have their monthly meeting on Thursday night, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brown on South Elm street. Friday March 19 Mrs. Y. C. Coleman will be hos- ess to the members of the Dahlia Garden Club at two o'clock on Friday, March 19, in her home at 626 4orth Main. Mrs. Martin Green and Mrs. Frank Yarbrough Will be co- hostesses. Everyone is asked to bring a mass avrangcment. The Fulton Rose Garden Club NEW FOR SPRING... • washes instantly • dries quickly • needs no ironing • holds its shape forever! THE MIRACLE COAT-DRESS We call it the perpetual motion dress just becous* It's always on the go! Wash it, dry it In moments,, put It on and be on your way, Orion and nylon in green, brown, navy or yellow with white in sires H'/J to 22 Vj. $10^5 Othtr Martha Manning styles in Mitiei' and Half-Size* from 58.95 Girl Scout Troop Two, under the nadershlp of Miss Kay Camp and Mrs. H. H. Tippitt, will meet at the -.ittle House. Friday March 19. The Berean Sunday School Class of the Unity Baptist Church will meet at the experiment station on Friday night, -March 19. at 7:^0 for a pot luck supper. Monday March 22 W. S. C. S. Circle Five of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, March 22, at 7:30 p. in. n the home of Mrs. Fred Glanton with Mrs. Dexter Bailey and Mrs. [''red 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 ah important meting so a full attendance is urged and don't rorget'to do some thing nice for your "Secret Pal" between now and then. Donations to Hempstead Red Cross Contributions to the American Red Cross: Hope Previoffsly reported $2,516.58 Mrs. Tully Henry $1.00. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Story $2.00, Mrs. G. Cook $1.00, Mrs. D. R. Walton $1.00 Mrs. J. A. Collier, Jr., $1.00. Mrs, Norman Grant $.50, Mrs G. C, Clark $.20 Mrs. R. L. Ponder $1.00, Mrs. Carl Smith $1.00 ,Sam Roach, $1.00, Mrs. ^W. T. Saunders $1.00, Mrs. Turnage $.15, Mrs. C. A. Williams $1.00, Mr. and Mrs. Ward $1.00. Mrs. R. Beck $1.00 Mrs. R. E> Jackson $1.00, Elbert Jones $1.00 Mrs. T. C. Belk $.50 Mr. and Mrs, Clark.$2.00, Mrs. Roy Jones $2.00, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Lemley $2.00 Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Griffin $2.00 Mr and Mrs. George Robison $2.00, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Delaney, Columbus $1.00, Alex Davis $5.00, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Miller $2.00, Mrs. Harry Fish $1.00. Chas. Harrell SI.00, Mrs. Fan-is Fomby $1.00, Mrs Kathryn Jones $1.00, Henry Taylor $1.00, Mrs. Daisy Ridgdill $1.00, Miss Maude Hamilton $1.00, Mrs. Elizabeth Templeton $1.00, Mrs. Henry Fenwick $1.00, Mrs. A. C. Kirby $.50 Mrs. Carrie Chamberless $1.00, Mrs. J. T.-Ellis $.50 Mr. a^id Mrs. Clifford Franks $2.00, Mrs. Clyde Smith $1.00, James Wright $2.00. Colored Hope Beatrice Keel $1.00, Lizzie Moore $.15, Joe Macwell, Jr. $.25, ' Ira Biggs $.20, Mrs. Chas. Clai'k $.25 Mrs. Lula Westbrooks $.10, Mrs Trudie Moss $.50, J. C. Lindsey $.15 Horace Briggs $.25, Irene Bryant $.25, Mrs. Lena Moss $1.00, Icte Da. vis. $1.00, Total $2,572.03. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK .t/fl — Selected programs tonight: NBC — 7 Bill Culen Quiz; 8 Groitcho Marx; 9 Fib- aef and Molly CBS — 21st Precinct; 8:30 Crime Classics; 9: 35 \4elody in the Night ABC — 6:'30 _,one Ranger 8 Hollywood >jort MBS — 7 Squad Room Tamiiy Theater The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday night, March 22 in the homo of Mrs. Clyde Coffee. Mrs. Dale Wilson and Mrs. W. H. Guntev will be co-hostesses Mrs. Victor Cobb will have charge of the program for the evening. » Gentry—Calhoun Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gentry of Emmet, announce- the engagement and approaching mamage of their dau ghtcr. Martha, to Sam Calhdun. s,on of Mr. and Mrs! 1 ,Park Calhoun ol ClarksviU'e, Texks. < , ' ,, < Miss Gentry is a graduate^):' Hppe High School and has attended Heu- derspn State Teacheis College at Arkadelphia. She is. npw employed in Dallas. Mr. Calhoun. 1 Aiv- 8:30 KCMC Television Friday, March 19th 2:15 Test Pattern 2:30 Hodge Podge 3:00 Woman With A Past CBS 3:30 On Your Account NBC 4:00 .Happy Home Show 4:30 Hawkins Falls NBC 4:45 To Be Announced 5:00 Cisco Kid 5:30 Western Swing 5:45 The Chimps 6:00 Patterns in Rhythm 6:30 Edwards & News CBS 6:45 Evening Roundup 7:00 Bishop Sheen DuMont 7:30 Invitation Playhous 7:45 Old American Barn Dance 8:00 Facts Forum 8:30 Break the Bank ABC 9:00 My Friend Irma CBS 9:30 Pick A Winner 10:00 Newsand Weather Capsule 10:03 Channel 6 Theatre 11:05 Sign Off Irish Forget Politics on This Day By JAMES F. KING DUBLIN, Ireland, Ifl — St. Patrick's Day came to the Irish Republic today on the brink of a general election—but the politically minded Irish who like to be different forgot politics. It's an'old Irish custom to bury he political hatchet on the national holiday. Even that old fighter for Irish freedom. Pi-imp Minister Eamon de Vaiera, was away In London 'or the "blessing of the shamrock" among the British who once con- In Leapoldville, capital of the Belgian Congo, the aboriginal has increased from 30,000 in 1939 to 200,000 today. Police Search for Scary Safecracker HOT SPRINGS, (UP)—Police re newed their hunt for' a "scary 1 safecracker 'rtoday after discovery of a $2,500 burglary at the Franlce Cafeteria on Central avenue. Employes of Franke's found the safe pried open and $2,500 gone when they reported for work at 4 a.m. yesterday. Shortly after police left the scene another safecracking was reported at the nearby Wal- reen Drug store. However, police said the burglar apparently was frightened off by the police Investigating the Franke burglary. He hac opened the Walgreen'safe .but. left the • money. Last :Friday the'-safe at the Central theater was pried open bul again the thief apparently left in a hurry. He left money in the open safe and his burglar tolls behind Police Chief John Ermy said the three jobs had that "professional look" but that the safecracker -ap pearcd to be typo. the "nervous' dernned him. And any Irishman who has whooped it up in South Boston or along New Yorks Third avenue would get almost homesick for a March. 17 among the Irish-Amori cans. Son-in-Law of Benny Accused NEW YORK, Wl The first wife of Jack Benny's new son-in-law has been accused of trying to extract money from him through the courts and newspaper. The attorney for stock broker Seth H. Baker, 20, made this claim in asking that reporters be barred from court to protect Baker and his new wife, the former Joan Benny, 19. > The request came yesterday during a hearing in which Joan Scott Baker; 21, sought to invalidate a Virgin Islands divorce from Ba. ker and -instead get a legal sepa ration and support. Baker, who married Miss Benny last week in a lavish $50,000 Hollywood wedding, is now honeymoon Dixie Lawmen Attacking Statehood WASHINGTON, I* — Souther*! Senators skilled In th6 art of Jet>- gthy debate today continued their attack On statehood for Ma* waii and Alaska. Sen. Daniel (D-Tex) was prepared to take over where Sen. Eastland (D-Miss) left off last night. Eastland occupied the Senate floo r for nearly four hours, yesle> day in what he said was the "preface" to a discussion of his theme that Communists dominate the political and economic lite of the Hawaiian Islands. The Mississippi senator announced that he plans to speak for "three or four days." Sen. Smathers (D-F16). a leader in the opposition to the cohv bined Hawaii-Alaska statehood bill, told a reporter there will be no filibuster in an effort to pre* vent a Senate vote. But he said he does not believe there is a chance for a vote "on anything" In the Senate this week. He said an amendment proposing commonwealth status for waii and Alaska as a supstituto for statehood probably will be ol fered in the Senate tomorrow.- He said it will be sponsored by Senators Mohroney. (D-Okla) ( Ful* bright (D-Ark), Butler , (R-Mfl), Malone (R-Nev), Daniel,' Smathers and others. ftr H ' fgtftti mlsstort setting oufcfh Wnsfts as" a mills. 4 , the br&ehttti ih lirnfc ' think' no tor such industries gas." * l ' •V'','i*-j,'*&' i i4 * slon and will otsert March 29, a week who may in Arkansas,. Soys No Secret < , Documents Missing ; WASHINGTON, UK '-i' Chajmiati - ''' Cole (R-NY) -of, Atomic no J 'top , Energy Comhilttpe 4 says secret" 1 , do'cumerit§* .^afa missinggat the Hanford J "atomic energy plant. i And no documents arc.unaccoUht cd for "under circumstances ,Whieh ndlcate theft loses Of ie soys ,I«L isife;, : «wSrS^ IUUSION HAIF-SIZE PRESSES I graduated from Clarksville High School and served two years in the army. He is also employed in Dallas. .,.••:. 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Mrs. Dorothy Burke, lol- loweci with prayer led by the'chap- lain, Mrs, Dons Bader. , During the business session It was decided to hold the installation dinner on the sixtft of April at White's Cafe. A leport was given on the Essay Contest by'the essay chairman. Mrs. -Jim McKenzie, She stated that thirty-four essays on "The Cardinal Principle's of Americanism" have been given to the judges. There will be a pot luck suppej|, for the Post and Auxiliary on March 26th at seven o'clock. A film on the : "V.F'.W. National Home" will be. shown. All Ppst and Auxiliary members have been asked to attend.' : The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: president Mrs. Delia Fenwick; senior vice- president, Mrs. June Phillips junior vice-president, Mrs. Ruth _ Fenwick; treasurer, Mrs. Bobbie Q'Steen; chaplain, Mrs; Margaret McMahen; conductress, Mrs. Mary Keck; guard, Mrs. Lois Collier: three year, Mrs. Mary Wood M#Kenzie. The newly elected.president appointed "the following: color bearers, Mrs. Doris Bader, Mrs. Wanda Byrd; Mrs. Odell Collier and Mrs. Kathleen Deloney; secretary, Mrs. Hai'dean Davis. >The chaplain gave the closing prayer. ; The hostesses, Mrs, Thomas Fenwick and Mrs. Mary Keck, served coffee and cookies to the seventeen members present. Births Mr. and Mrs. Charles West of Whinier, California, former residents of Hope, announce the arrival of a son on March 16,. 1954. The paternal grandparent is Mrs. Charles West of 804 East Second street in Hope, The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wieman of Sun Vando Valley, California. AUTO t if f i&fW^ * W t<-'T ~J AKERISTHE Coming and Going ;Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Singleton ar- rjved in town Saturday for a visit With their parents, the L. M. Liles and the W. P. Singletons. After a few days visit with friends in Oxford, Mississippi, and Memphis, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. Singleton will return to Hope today for a ten ys visit; they will return to their home in San Antonio the latter part of the week. Mrs, ,Edna Linaker has return ed from a visit with her son, Bobby in Fort Smith. Mrs. Jjmmy Miller, Mrs. J. M. Boswell and Mrs. Travis Venn have returned from a visit with Mrs. Tom Coleman in I4ttJe Rock. JUST LISTEN To 'em T "I just -:an't get ov«r »he way thl» ICE- MAKER starts itself, refills itt*lf, jlopi itself —all automoticplly." Mr- and Mrs, B. M. Tfussell of Smackover were the weekend guests o| Mrs. Trussell's sister, Mrs. P. W. Walker, and family. Qlfeer gu|!§ts in the walker home were Mrv''m4 Mrs- Wvenlprd Co*, Mr, and Ut$. 'Cart R}ch,ard? and sn4 "Imagine! Yow dgn't even'^v* to fill lh« ice trays with water an^mprel Thil it even done autornaticglfyl" ' ' , t » * " "It must be wonderful just (9 reach into your ice basket and gel all (he IceO'rcles you wantl Ho more »tii;klo| c,ufa»» In trays! Jwst pick up the Ice you needjoncl foger HI" « • t "I can't get over the fact that these Ice^ Circle} ore dry qnd dori'f'iflck' togetherl They're just as easy to pick yp as eggs in a basket. I don't know how Servel dpes It— bul it's certainly wgnderfull" * • t "It's hard to believe) No trqys t? f HI . , . No trays to spill . , , No trays to empty , . . Or forget to refillf This wvndl like rnaflk to met" r i , "How does it do J3 mW Jhingj T- matically? I've n«v«r j^een »«th a modern. refrigerptor, ff« rolled inio onel one of these wena>f TIC ICE.MAKER moke living oJ I i i ^X*»^t / '
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