Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 22, 1954 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, March 22, 1954
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ESCOTT NEWS Chrfst- ysiit»w4nlp ot the Tit- (j^ufch Jtet-on Monthe home at Mrs. for the monthly Sel ttafry Mtfdre, ,' Henry Thompson Jfenirig grayer, The ftad and a Ittaftdal fen. >regram leader, pre- ifatn .on "the "Upper „ Scriptures from f»23,' ', „ adjourned with the •ayer repeated In unison •.-.ijle refreshments were 1( during the social hour. . Auxiliary Honors Legion Dlnnep Aeiiibers of. the local American 'Pain/ffl7 Stdfoseph rt **•"• tr*.m *^ mm.* <*^ ' ASPIRIN Legion post were honored with a birulday party, last Monday evening it the Hut, by the Legion Aufc iliafy commemorating the thirty- llfth birthday of the American 1*- giaii, which was organized in Paris France March 15th to ilfth 1919. Since that time the American Legion h&s giown to be the largest single organization in the world, and has been directly re^ sponsible for many benefits that veterans now receive. The local Post was organized several years later, and named the Safn B. Hooker post in honor of a world war one veteran who was killed in service, after World War 2 the name was changed to the Hooker-Nelson Post honoring a World war 2, veteran. Jewel Vick was the first commander. Today (the post has a total membership of 167. Dr. D. L. Moselcy, commander called the meeting to order and introduced Mrs. J. T. McRae chairman of the entertainment committee, she was assisted by Mrs. Alia Grant and Mrs. Wilburn Willis, who led the group in games and singing. A beautiful birthday cake which graced the gaily decorated table, was cut and served with coffee to members. Mrs. Frankle fioWlfrt Complimented '•-•• Mrs, Frankie fcowlin was complimented with a plhfc and blue 6hot^ er given by Mrs. .i. tJ. HiileS, Mrs. L. L. Buchanan, Mrs. fhdmas fciic- hanan and Mrs. Hafreli Hlnes on Tuesday evening in the home of the former. Graceful arrangements of King Alfred jonquils decorated the rooms Mrs. Harrell Mines pinned a corsage on the horidfce. After interesting games conducted by Mrs. L. L. Buchanan, Mrs. Bowlin was presented her lov'ely gifts in a box decofaled in blue and while by Mrs. Tteli Manning. Refreshments were served to 17 guests. Lovely gifts were sent by those unable'to attend. ' Pfescott Garden .Club Has Daffodil Tea One of 'the most:, colorful events of the spring season-Was the an' nual daffodil-tea given/jb'y the Pros* cott Garden Club on, Tuesday afternoon in the home of ,'Mrs. J. W. Teeter with Mrs. .D. S..'Jordan and Mrs. Leroy Phillips associate hostesses. The living room where Mrs. N. N. Daniels, Mrs. Ge'orge Cashman, Mrs. Leroy Phillips, Mrs. Ruckcr Murry, Mrs. DeWey Stripling and Mrs. Imon Gee received Was ef- lectlvcly decorated with, a mantel arrangement, of ..Madaitj Krclcge, Visit the merchants sponsoring the ; ,v''\ &' .c GARDEN CLUBS FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS.,/rr 1 . "''"" ' Tuesday, March 23. ' '?'' • > W". t""'^" ! > < . ' *«<:• •' ' '^^ ' . v "s.rf •- -,-"';, .* X- CIA1HATS for Spring's prettiest look 1UNIORS reflected in thp tiny C'M ja|>k0^^niuTdr buj.t^hs,' Bouffant skirt. > m, l "'Polished-cbambray''in sizes 7-15... A jsttt^j ' •> ' ' r $17.95 >«t- f, ^ * i t-r ' ' f, V »K «v fe> ' IE FASHION SHOPPE fTHE LITTLE SHOP^W^H A LOT OF STYLE) yl'12 S, Moin . Phone 7-5850 AS SEEN IH GLAMOUR ;^PRING FASHIONS SPRING SHOES ^y, white and Jily lovely, and needed in your foot- robe ... a white shoe lovely as a lily to your beautiful new spring and summer have "a Complete, stock of new spring $ytles, and colors. All sizes. $2.98 ?j> ft'Others .:,, .1,98 to 7.98 E'" 1 -?* ( » rnerchants sponsoring the ~" FUORAL ARRANGEMENTS , March 23 NEW SPRING HATS You'll love anyone of these smart new spring and Easter hats. You'll find the seasons smqrtest styles and colors at Rephan's. Complete range of sijes. $1.98 to $3.98 Irt, ..jijE.M -114*» Ne ^ a i AR>t ^ N !H Monday/ March «fohn feveiyn and Tunis jonquils With a back ground of pink gladio- JuS. A turquoise container filled With \ViUl3fn the Silent jonquils was placed on the piano while the bookcase held a dainty arrangement of blue IriSi apple blossoms and narcissus. Pink flowering peach, ma- Jihe pouffSi a white swan filled with ftobert Sydenham jonquils and narcissus placed on the end tables complimented a milk glass compote filled with Pooticus and king Alfred jonquils flanked by white porcelain figurines on a console table. The coffee table was graced with yellow jasmine and Olympia jonquils in a low bowl. The guests were invited into the dining room by Mrs. D. S. Jordan where Mrs. Watson White Jr. and Mrs. Jesse Crow presided at the tea table overlaid* with an 'imported lace cloth over green satin with a center piece of Robert Sydenham and Olympia jonquils in a silver bowl flanked by glowing yellow tapers in silver candelabra that cast a soft glow over the scene. The buffet held a matching arrangement. The bedrooms were also decorated with lovely arrangements of Iris, jonquils, narcissus and red bud. Mrs t Vernon Fore, Mrs. C. A. Wynn," Mrs. R. P. Hamby and Mrs. J. B. Hesterly assisted in courtesies. ghter, Mrs. Steele Moore arid family. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Lane of Dallas were the Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl King Jr. arid were accompanied home by Miss Kay [King, who is their guest. ehts Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee Sr., Mrs. Bobby puke, Reed and Judy of Brownfield who have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bemis, returned to their respective homes on' Friday. About 13 per ceftt of the land are! of Rhode Island is classified as urban. Mrs. J. R. Bemis and Mi-s. ,11. H. McKenzie attended a Nevada County P. T. A. Council meeting in Willisville Tuesday. Ai/C Sidney O. Hesterly. Mrs. Hesterly and their daughter of Scott Air Base, Belleville, ill. are the guests of their parents, Mr. and | Mrs. Ernest Hesterly and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Erskine Sr. Lt. and Mrs. Harvey E. Walls, Wendy and Judith Ann formerly of Santa Clara, Calif., are the guests of Mrs. Wall's mother, Mrs. Thomas Hesterly. LI. Walls has recently been separated from the Air Corp land is, enroute to Chicago, 111. where he will be employed by (American Air Lines. Jim Dill, student at Va'ndcrbill University, Nashville, Tenn. is the guest of his parents, Col. and Mrs. L. C. Dill. Mrs. Adam Guthrie Jr. was tha Tuesday guest of relatives in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Logan returned Tuesday from Dallas where they .have been the guests of their dau- Lcgol Notice , No. 7600 In the Chancery Court of Hcmpstead County, Ark. Betty Applegatc Et Al........ Plaintiff vs. Wm. I. Belcher Et Al .... Defendant WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Wm. I. Belcher Et Al are warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Betty Applegate Et Al. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 26 day of February 1954. Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) John P. Vesey, Attorney for Plaintiff C. V. Nunn Jr., Attorney Ad Litem. March 1, 8, 15, 22 Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD ,...'.• CHANCERY COURT MILDRED ALEXANDER . .............:................. PLAINTIFF ••'• '"•:- VS, ,. ': McKINLEY ALEXANDER ;..;• DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The Defendant, McKiri'ley Alexander, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days here- aftpr and answer the complaint of Mildred Alexander, Plaintiff herein. WITNESS My hand and seal as Clprk of this Court on this 8th day of March, 1954. ' SEAL Garrett Willis, Clerk March 8, 15, 22, 29 CROWN WESTERN SHARES of Diversified Income Fund and Dallas Fund Prospectus available from Mt S. BATES, Agenf Hope, Ark. Phone 7-4464 { H. E. Luck Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limits West We Buy and Sell Used Furniture Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. Home Security Life Ins. Co. Legal Reserve-Non-Cancellable Life • Hospitalizatlon - Health & Accident "An Arkansas Company for . Arkansas People" See! , . . VELMA GOSS, Dads Hamburger Place. JUST ARRIVED • The Newest Fabrics "From $49.00 up" In Rayon, Nylon, Dae- ron, Orlons, all blended with Silk and Wool for Spring and Summer, "Storrs-Schaefer Tailored" TOMWARDLAW Main Street Tailor Shop LOIS M, PURTELL presents a complete line of BEAUTY COUNSEUOR COSMETICS at.. Hazel'? Beauty Shop, Phone 7-2878. Come in for free consultation. Home Phone 7-2156, Electrical Contractlng-lndustrlal Commercial • Residential Johnson's Electrical Service At New Location 1110 South Elm, Hope COMPLETE REWIND & REPAIR SERVICE Carl Johnson Phone 7-2155 FURNITURI UPHOLSTERY and Slip Covers. Also 'custom made draperies, cornices boards and bed spreads, Work Guaranteed, MRS, 4. W, GODWIN phpne 7-4414 ,|16 West MATTRSSSSS Intp Jnner?prlpg ^. C. H. Tompkins spent several days last week in Hot Springs Mrs. J. J. Pederson and David Allen of North Cowden, Texas who have been the guests of her par- •m •MM 8 TUESDAY, MARCH 8 this Coupon and 49c — entitles the bearer to one of our genuine $3.00 EVERYREADY FINGER SQUEEZE CONTROL FOUNTAIN PENS; equipped with-famous NO, 2 SMOOTH WRITING — HOODED POINT. This special size to be used by Ladies, Men, Boys and Girls. PRESTO! I — ONE SQUEEZE OF THE FINGER and IT'S FULL, — will not leak — IT'S ALL AUTOMATIC. This sale Is conducted to advertise this Pen, to h* sold later on for the regular price of $3.00. THIS PEN MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. 49c Is All You Pay Not $3,00 Limit — Not more than 2 pens to each Coupon Positively — No pens sold at this price after sale A Five (5) Year Factory Guarantee Given With Each Pen THESE PENS WILL BE ON SALE TUESDAY, MARCH 23. 49c Is All You Pay Not $3.00 JOHN P. (OX DRUG CO. "Walgreen Agency" Phones 7-4616 or 7-4617 rt$aval«- We hove put forward the greatest effortto bring you fine spring and Easter merchandise that can be obtained! We are justly proud of our stock of quality Easter goods. Make Owen's your spring and shopping headquarters. Shop Tuesday in Hope at big values — Shop Owen's for the biggest of all. Suits, Coats, and Dresses - .' .. t :..' ..' '• ,.-•'. ,- ' New for Spring and Easter. '. Suits, Coats, and Dresses; The selection is big. ; 'DRESSES $5.95 ,o $1(5.95 SUITS $12.95 i $49,95 SPRING COATS $7.95», $39,95 USE OUR "LAY-AWAY" • Spring Dresses Extra special for Tuesday one rack of spring dresses Value to $8.95 $490 Toppers Children's Sheen Gabardine toppers. Sizes . 7 td. ; 16. $490 Dress Slacks Another Tuesday Special. .Men's $8.95 slacks. '.,., .-.•••• - . •.«•• Alterations, .Free.* " r i ri ; * i Sport Shirts /' •"'••• Close Qyt/Men's $5.95 SRp'rt"',SfiVrts. Long Nylon Hose 5] gauge 15 denier first Duality Nylon Hose.. Regular $1.39 value. 77c Spring Blouses - New Spring Blouses. Big Selection $1,29 >p$7.95 Sport Shirts One big table men's • $3.95 sport shirts. $2.95 Puckered Nylon Extra special 42 inch puckered nylon. $1.95 value 94c 66 gauge 12 denier beautiful Easter' hose. Reg..•'> ule>'$l;59 value. . .00 Spring Hats See o-.-big.-hew'; selection ladies spring hats, newest - " creations. to $5.95 Brown Sheeting ' i' ! ',' 1 41 inch heavy brown sheeting. Extra ... special Ladies Skirts Big selection ladies skirts, 'a value packed special to $5,95 SPRING TOPPERS For spring toppers it's Owen's first. All hew wanted colors, many styles to select from sensible price - . . » ' 7.95 to 29.95 ,USE OUR "LAYrXWAY" Diapers 27x27 first quality Birdseye Diapers. Regular $2.98 Value. Dozen .77 Sport Shirts One big table men's $2,98 sport shirts including nylons. $1.95 Men's Spring Suits Men's spring suits — big' selection — high quality. $19,90 ; Alterations .free. USE OUR "LAY-AWAY" ' USE OUR "UY-AWAY" Visit the Merchants Sponsoring Garden Clubs Floral Arrangements Tuesday, March

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