Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 18, 1954 · Page 6
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7. ' "y> ./"•v-**. <;*;.,>• "-,*"£*" .^ HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS fhurscJay, Match 18, •in felri ddfirl bete today fo a rt baby. „ ' against Mis& Bobbie $te<3 passed 18 the Ofe- <tf court for Bor<m was charged lifter PRESCOTT NEWS Mi 1 *. J< h. Bemis P. t. A. f*r«8td*nt 'Mrs, fi. tt. McKehzie conducted the March meeting of the Prescott iPTA. The Lord's Prayer was ic- peated in unison Minutes of the last meeting and the Executive meeting were icad by Mrs. Carl Dalrymplc. She also read a nice letter from the Band ty nf a feewborn baby waslMolher's Club Winking Mrs in lht> garden of her home"*"- 1 -'- ~ J "' "*"* '~ " Sf HHL |iys!eians at a hospital Miss Borrtt had given birth shortly before she ct> ,hf>sp{tal Jafct ".. had denied that of r the here 23. she in- IOSE SUFFERERS .._ LlPfe OP MISERY ,..,, Wander Curb — Relieves US-l)k« Torturfc—Users ftejolee Supply Rushed Here) fief ;fl( Inn from torture of nasal m|»- '•"•" '' note, painful prettiirt, tn«Jy _e, head told, hoy 'fever and ul-llka iympfom» of dl»fre« due t*n§»jtien (s Men lit rtfottt ef a formula which hat Hie e n*'al cenqetttari, M«n and with Aganlzlna, linuj-llko mltsry, aii Inflamed natal pasiagcs, tore tril»,, hawkfng, sneezing due 16 naial fttfton tell of bletsed relief «HFt«r utlng E -~)RONOL"eotH $3, but considering |» not' expensive, amourihr to only A eY dote, KLORONOL (caution— li told wllh itrlet money- r by J, f. Cox Drug — Hope !0rder» rilled. * 5 Kenzie and tnc PTA for its cooperation in the Band Mother's Club 5&Wboree. A letter of invitation •Wjis redd inviting Prescott PTA officers and members to the PTA Council meeting March 16, at Wit- Usvllle. Th«i Treasurer's report and President's message were read by Mrs. Vernon Buchanan. It was voted to give a Lite Membership to some deserving member who has devoted' her time and energy to PTA work. Mrs. Julia Gann gave the report of the Nominating Committee. The following officers were accepted unanimously, Mrs. J. R. Bemis President; Mrs. Frank Haltom, first vice president; Mrs. Cat! Dairymple, second vice president; Mrs O. W. Watkins, treasurer; Mis. J. T. Worthinglon, secretary; Mrs. Mil ford Daniel, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Frank Gilbeil, historian and Mrs. H. H. McKenzic, parliamentarian. , Mrs. Glen program over to Mrs. 3 R. Bemis who gave a very interesting lecture on "Healthy Personalities." Mrs. Bemis listed eight criteria for judging mental health: 1. can deal with reality 2. finds greater satisfaction in giving than in receiving 3. is relatively free from tension and anxiety 4. relates himself consistently to others with mutual satisfaction 5. can accept present frustration for future gain 6. learns to profit from experience 7. can direct hostile feelings to creative and constructive abilities 8. the highest and most essential quality for mental health is the capacity to love The following were winners in the room count: 'Primary, Mrs. Clara B. Stone; Park Elementary, Mrs. H. F. Dildy; Jr-High, Mrs. Martha Craig and Mrs. Julia Gann; High School, Sophomores. Rodney Hamilton Receives De Molay Honor Rodney Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney S. Hamilton and a member of the Prescott Chapter, order of De Molay, has been named to receive the degree of Cheva- lies, highest award within the gift Of the' Grand Council of De Molay. Announcement was made last week by letter from Frank Land, sccrc/f Bos , a Mfdford and Mrs. Minnie Pol- JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMENT OF . .', •' . FEDERAL • tary-gencral of Grand Council. Hairston turned, thc,ft°d nc y w os cited for outstanding 'service in De Molay work. He is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayelteville. I'f0r< extra life. Snow white and klin. Advertised in Life, i* UP TO 30% \ 10 Quart 5/C UBLE BOILER PAIL 2Qt . BROTHERS S.T:.C>"R"-E ; Jim Nunn Kiwanis Club Guest Tonight Jim Nunn, Lt. governor of the 14th district of Kiwanis will make his annual visit to the Kiwanis Club of Prescott Thursday night. Mr. N~"n will speak to the club at the regular dinner meeting, and will meet With the Board of Directors afterwards." •• • • The "Dixieland Rebels" furnished entertainment for the program last week. The six band members are Bill Clark, Herbert Bennett, Summie Vandiver, John Robert Cox, David Banning arid: Jack Gordon. This group also appeared on television over station 'KCMC-TV at Texarkana last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Rennington • Honor Son ; , Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Penningtoh honored their son, Leroy, with a . . , this specialized aspirin for children Is made to best fit children's needs! ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN NOWI a new, taf» noi* drop for children. Contains Neo-Synephrlne®. E9c, 87c sizes. ST, JOSEPH NOSE DROPS FOR CHILDREN ^jiWi'TJ^ 1 r^m k ,*- mmm ^^mrmm aa w* MIIIIIIIB w K. ' i V*;, V hove a store full of New Spring Merchandise ...•.^^^.^••^MMH^^^mH^HIMgHtm^BMnHH^^^ Boys' New Spring. DRESS PANTS • Sizes 1 to 6 • Crease Resistant a Belted Waist • Spring Colors I- 98 Men's Spring - Easter SUITS • 100% Wools • Rayon Gabardine • Navy, Grey, Tan & Black • Sizes 34 to 42 2450 jH ^ii^'u P'*J PWP W^F 4. 7 Men's Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS 9 Nylons • Skip Dents * Rayons » Wjngs, Guymont, Deer Creek, and Colonial Hs; C ^JIHI?» "i ^^1 , J^^ff fl^? ,^^^ ^^W ^^W ^^HH^F &PJ wffi* f ^ t ( %llwnMywM^AM^ T S TORI ' :' , in celebration of his seventh birthday at their home on Fridaj- afternoon. After the gifts were opened games were played on the lawn. ! Ice crearn. cake and punch were i served. Balloons and lassoes were i given as favors I Guests were Johnny Shope, Je- j nice Mildred Bonds, Bill Virden, j Hershel darrett, Jackie Loe, Mike! Erskina, Robert McCain, Johnny Jones, Sharon Gail Thnobolt', Jenice Marie Ferguson, and Anna Gordon, Mrs. Dudley Gordon assisted Mrs. and Mrs.. Pcnnmslnn. Miss Glenda Garrett Honored Miss Denver Anne While orcd Miss Glenda Garrelt with a surprise bunking parly on Thursday night in celebration ol her birthday. Cake and ice cream were served to the guests. Misses Glenda Loe, Margaret .Stokes. Betty Eryson Belly Collingham, Barbara Mc- Swceney and the honorec. Several games were enjoyed during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Loo had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loe, Ligc Loe, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wicker, Mr. and iMrs. Herman Fore and children, Mrs. Fannie Fore, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Garrett. George and Charlie Garrett, Jake and Jr., Glass, Mac Munn. Mrs. lard of Avery, Texas. Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Parker Davis, Jr. of Bay town, Texas were- the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Davis and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moore had s their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pritchard, Jane Ellen and Linda Ann of Kilgore, Texas. Hearings to Outlaw Reds Are Started By 6. L, LIVINGSTONE WASHINGTON. W) — The first \ .• legislative hearings on outlawing, 1 •the Communist party in the United | I Stales were called tcxlwy by aj I House Judiciary subcommittee. I Eleven members of the House were on hand to argue the merits of as ninny bills to strip the Com- imiinisl parly of its political labelj I onrl brand it a subvcrs ve clique j i without leaal standing. j I While recommendations to out-; j!a\v the Communis! party hr>ve Iwni 1 made on numerous occasions, this. :was the first time a IrrMslativo • i committee of Cnniircs? has formal-j • I.v xindertakt'n hcarinss on i-pucifij i bills. i i The House Un-American Acth'i-, itics Committee, in its last yearend report, withheld recommendn- tion on this point ponding outcome 'of final court review of the finrl- !i:i;:s of the Subversive AclivitUv: I Control Board. I The Board, ?ifter nearly three 'years of hearings, last year )'UkM ! the Communist party was ;> subvpr- i sivc organization. Tlie findiiv; of the board has been appealed to the courts. ! The board's findings, however. | gave impetus to attempts in Con! gress to enact a law to outlaw thoi party, and Jl House members have! sponsored separate bills ti this! end—two of them Republican, the i vest Democrats. . I LAST 3 DAYS Mrs. Roy Looniis and Bill, accompanied by Mrs. Sidney Looniis and Miss Mickey Looinis of Arkadelphia, spent Saturday in Little Rock where Bill took part in the Stale memory Drill at the First Baptist Church. Bill is u four year winner. Mrs. J. S. Bancum of Ilaynes- ville, La. is the guests of her brother Dr. J. D. Cornish and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr.- ; Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Robinson, and children of El Dorado were the weekend guests of. Mrs. Mettle Robinson. • Jenny remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Moore and children of'Pine Bluff were the Sun day gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Loomis. Rev. Wesley Lindsey, Danny and Belly Lindsey, Mr. Frank Bowlin and Marilyn Buchanan attended the State Baptist Training 'Union in Little Rock Friday and Saturday. This is the second year Danny has been a winner in the Memory Drill. ; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bemis were the'weekend guests of their dauan- ter, Miss Ethel Bemis, in Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lane of Dallas were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl King, Jr. cnroule to Litlle Rock for a visit with relatives. Miss Loyce Stewart of Little Ilock has been visiting her .mother, Mrs. Bob Stewart. Mrs. Robbie Wilson had as her weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smith of Little Rock. Miss Jackie McMahau of Little Rock visited her mother Mrs. Chris tine McMahen, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bruce of Ble- .vins were the guests Sunday of. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hubbard. . Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whiluker Jr. and Whit of Smackover were the weekend guests of their parents Mr, and Mrs. Norman Whilaker and Mrs. S. T. 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