Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 22, 1954 · Page 3
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Monday, March 22, 1954 « MOM, AARANIAI A TODAY & A * TUESDAY * Feature Times: 2:00 - 3:47|-5:34 -7:28 -9:15 Silent as Gunsmoke... with a Surly Dog at His Side! ••y**'? ''*rv ., Thp.ycalled Ayrt, -«:wi win, GERAIDINE PAGE 3 DIMENSION . WARMERCOLOR NEWS & CARTOON, "SPRINGTIME FOR THOMAS" WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY SOCIETY Pbon. 7-8431 fi»tw*tn I A. M. •hd 4 P. M. Calendar 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. Thn American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday night, March 22 SPRING SPECIALS at West Bros. LADIES SLIPS These slips are in white and ^| 0%F%F Tea rose. Sizes 32 to 42. Only . Others from. .... 1.98 to 3.95 I LADIES DRESSES New spring patterns and all sizes in this group of ladies dresses. Only .... ;..... 2 Others from'. /: : 3.95 to 8.95 ST BROS. HOME OF GOOD VALUES 2nd & Main Hope, Ark. Visit the merchants Sponsoring the Garden Clubs Floral Arrangements ,,Tuesday, March 23 Visit the Merchants Sponsoring the Gacden Clubs Floral Arrangements Tuesday, March 23 t '•' 36 In. Sport Denim "Sanforized shrunk. Wide, narrow and • triple stripes. Solid colors :Wr to match. 59cyd. Cannon Nylon Hose 51 gauge, 15 denier in new Spring shades. Sizes 8^ to 11. Cannon irregulars. 50c pi. Birdseye Dicpers 27x27 size. Hemmed ready for use. Good quality. Boxed. 1,66 doz. Ladies Briefs A tricot fabric made of over 50% nylon with Acetate. Pink and white. Sizes 5 to 8. 1.00 COTTON BAITS Taylor made cotton batti. 2 Ib. all pure cotton. Taylor made blue ribbon 72x90. 88c rr *(£p f (fi g ^^^JB^P^F »^|P* • W«# Tilf^lS^f^^^f ^Wh • ^^IK 1 ^^JfffUm H9p«'i Fintit Dfipprtptat 5»trt '"^. in the home of Mrs. Clyde Coffee* Mrs. Dalft Wilson arid Mrs. W. ML Gunter will be co-hostesses Mrs. Victor Cobb will have charge of the program for the evening. The De Molays will meet at 7:30 on Monday night. March 22. This will be election night so all De Molay members and Masons • are asked to attend. The Beginner Sunbeams of the First Baptist Church, Mrs. George Young, leader, will meet at four o'clock on Monday evening, March 22. The Primary Sunbeams of the First Baptist Church will meet at four o'clock on Monday, March 22. Mrs. Henry Haynes is the leader. On Monday afternoon at four o'clock, the J. D. Wagnon chapter of the Royal Ambassadors, Mrs. Roy Taylor, Counselor, will have their meeting. On Monday afternoon at four o'clock the following organizations of the First Baptist Church will have meetings: The Lou Demie Jr., G. A.'s, Mrs. Charles F. Reynerson, Counselor; the Jeanette Hunker Jr. G. A.'s, Mrs. Andy'Andre\ys, Coun selor. The Y. W. A. of the.First Baptist Church will have a meeting at 7 o'clock on Monday night. Mrs. Danny Hamilton is the counselor. Tuesday March 23 Game night will be held at the Hope Country Club on Tuesday night, March 23, The Garland P. T. A. will meet on Tuesday, March 23. at 7;30 p.' m. in the school cafeteria. Fathers and mothers of the children are urged to attend this, important business meting. There will be supervised play for children. ' On Tuesday night, March 23, at 7:45 the members of the Cosmopolitan Club will meet in the home of Mrs.Hamilton L. Hanegan. Associate hostesses will be Mrs. R. E. Jackson, Mrs. Larnar.Cox and Mrs. Lawrence Martin. Mrs. Cecil O'Steen will be hostess to the Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church on Tuesday night, March 23, at 7:30 in her home at 210 East 13th street. Chapter AE of the P. E. O. will meet Tuesday afternoon, March 23 at two o'clock .in, the home'of Mrs. C. V. Nunh, Sr. Thursday, March 25 A Cub Scout meeting will be held at seven o'clock at;Garland School on the night of March 25. Were accepted aS hew members. A delightful salad plate was served to Mrs. ftoss Bright, Mrs. Troy Grfienlee, Mrs. J. O. Luck, Mrs. Guy Downing, Mrs. Joe Reese, Mrs. Edwin Powell, Mrs. J. C. Carlton, Mrs. A. £>. Middiebrooks Mrs. A. C. Ball, Mrs. Floyd Fuller Mrs. C. B. Riley and the hostesses. Witteria Garden Club Mismbef* entertain their Husbands Mrs. W. E. Waller and Mrs. Clyde Coffee served as hostesses at the pot luck supper given by the members of the Wisteria Garden Club on Friday night March 19 at the V. F. W. Hut. Guests of honor were the husbands of the members. For the occassion, the hut was gaily decorated. The snack bar held a cornucopia filled with fruit, fiach quartet table was covered with a colorful table cloth. After supper the twenty-three present played bridge and canasta. Mrs. W. E, McFarland Entertained The Eula Johnson Sunday School Class of the Emmet Methodist Church and the Lula McSwain Society of Christian Service entertained Mrs. W. E. McFarland of Hope, with a pink and blue shower at the home of Mrs. James Hudson in Emmet, on Thursday evening, March 18. The Hudson home was decorated with yellow daffodils a gift of the Garland Gardens of Emmet. The guests were received by Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Frank Haltom, Sr., Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Ramey Garland. Following the playing of games which were planned by Mrs; Garland, Mrs. Shelby Jones and Mrs. Denman Wylie, the honorec was presented with a bassinet of gifts. The guests were served refreshments 'from a table decorated In pink and 'blue. 'Miss Pansy Barnes 'Engaged To ':v " Mount E.' Revels Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Barnes of this city, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Pansy, to Mount E.' Revels son of-Mrs. J. M. Revels and late Mr.' Revels of McNab. The couple will be married in early summer. Monday March 29 The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church will have a pot luck supper on Monday evening, March 29th in' the home of Mrs. i 1 Elmer Brown on East Fifth street. At this meeting, Mrs. H, E. Patterson, misionary study secretary for the Woman's Society, will;'.conduct the first half of the study of Jeremiah. .•• Thursday March 25 The Friday Music Club will meet Thursday, March 25, at 1:30 in the home of Mrs. ; Garrelt Story with Mrs. Talbot Feild, Jr. as co-hostess. Mi's., Thomas Cannon will bring the program on "Italian Music," Top Radio Programs NEW YQRK (At Selected weekend programs. Tonight: NBC — 6:30 Big Review 8:30 Grand Ole Opry; 9:15 Dude Ranch Jamboree ;BC S — 5 Philadelphia Orchestra 87 Gunsmoke Western 8:30 Country Style. ABC — 7:05 Dancing Party 9 Prison program. MBS — 6:30 farm quiz; 7:30 farm Story; 9 Chicago Theater, ^unday: NBC — 5:30 p. m. N$C Symphony and Toscanlni; 7:30 Sunday at Home; 9 Las>t Man Out. CBS — 1:30 N. YL. Phlharmon- ic 4Stag e Struck; 7 Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra. ABC — 12:30 World Tomorrow; 4:30 Greatest Story. MBS— 2:30 Author Meets Critics 5 Bulldog Drurn- mond; 8 Oklahoma City Symphony. • About 400 million acres in thq United States are classified as crop land. The United SUt&s produced about 121 billion poutds of milk in 1953. A female bultirof cafi A length of 14 IncMSJaMl _ „._.. of 3% pounds. •; f, -" ,:$ . t._ ......^jfel*. ^LS* « ^^.^>. 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The new president appointed Janelle Robinson as scrappook chairman. Ann Sprague'led the group in sieging "This Is My Father's World" The poem "Trees" by Joyce Kilmer was repeated by the group and led by Betty Beard, Following the business session, the group went to Dr. Carrigan's •yard where they sketched a pine tree, a Magnolia tree and an oak tree. The group then went to tho City Hall where they observed a live oak and the leader told a Story about it. The winning sketches were: a sketch of the oak by , Georgiana Lowe; pine tree sketch, Bonnie Clark, a sketch of a Magnolia, Lin da Rogers and the sketch of the live oak by Darlene Braden. Mrs. Coleman .Hpstegs To Dahlia Garden Club The Dahlia Garden Club members met on Friday March 19 in the home of Mrs. Y. C. Coleman for their regular meeting wjth Mrs. Martin Green and Mrs. Frank Yarbrough as co-hostesses. The business session was presided over by Mrs. A. C. 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