Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 16, 1955 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 16, 1955
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fr-XL- * •SpCIETYj ?4li! fcetwten 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Rfc* A»fl| Jft $. s. Circle S dt the First 4si -ehurch-wiH" meet -Man* ?J30 p. m, in the pond td the 3rd. Monday in Apr! which will be April 18th. The Builders SS Class of the First Baptist Church has postponed their _.- Jlelnhardt th. Virgil Keeley, Carl class party until Tuesday April 19' eth .-.-„„ fitboks as co-hos- llWe Study, "The Mas- 'Fttr .ntfhee" will be by Mesdames Sam eGrorre WiiHams after bfltjcers will be elected ^-fo "deceive Life Mem* luffs will bfe voted upon. This t Very-.important meeting so iettbefs-ai'MirBed to attend, ieout 2nd -and 3rd. gra- Irland School will meet j?dleda Glanton will be ess. > 20 L;program of Duets" will be e'rTted .Wednesday afternoon at _J*clock in 'the Junior High Audl- lOjriUm by the piano pupils of Mrs. S .<>/:L. Gosnell. The public is invit- meeting ^as been post- DRIVE-EN THEATRE 29 South • Open 6:30 FINAL NITE • BIG ARKANSAS CORN SHOW! O' CpRN RQYACUFF : ft HIS SMOKY MOUNTAIN BOYS ^i0JT TRAIN T0 MEMPHIS" LADIES of Garrelt Memorail Bap- list Church will sponsor a bake sale at the Gas Office Saturday AM on, S. Elm street from 8 til 12 noon. For cakes rir pies please call 7-4533 or 7-5848. The American Legion Auxiliary meeting has been postponed but will meet Monday, April 25, in the home of Mrs. Harry Hawthorne with Mrs. Mack Duffie and Mrs. R. E. Jackson as co-hostess. The program will be on "Child Welfare" by Mrs. Joe Jones. ORDER RESCINDED TOKYO WlTho U.S. 9th has rescinded a recent Corps order which Would have put troops back on kitchen police duties. The change would have cost 225 Japanese their culinary and t dlsh washing jobs. The Army explained, "we would rather have them the soldiers cut training " than dish washing." The .United Slates invests $70,000 in-the :training of each military jet pilot. Mary's Beauty Shop for appoint merits Call.. .7-3584 , MARY HAMM 2ND OUTHOUSE 0>RY ••iffi 'i»fa>'>«|l-ufatf ftv< «* * , RO 100% PROOFER /Cha'pfer 4 of "ADVENTURES 0F . ,KIPD" JU€ ^F KICKS • FFY DUCK CARTOON & A AUG (O FUN! LATE SHOW f f \* ( t, _tnp ta;jLa>f- Sjw — y FR|E;to Ghost Show SHOW 8,., CURSE" MON. • TRf ASURE HUNT • > .«* -">INS IN , Kcrp Alt SHEHGER HURRY! LAST DAY YOUR MONEY Will be cheerfully refunded if you don't agree that this is one of the best programs you have ever, see'n! AT: 11:07-2:04 -6:01 -:7:58 THETRODI WEST Robert FRANCIS Donna REED May WYNN-Phil CAREY A CCUUMtfA riCIUU j • ALSO •* AT:/ 10:00-12:57-3:54-6:51-9:48 Bowery Boys 'fjSWERYro • PLUS • Chapter 2 of New Serial "THE BLACK ARROW" & "Little Pup" Cartoon ARE THINGS HUMMING AT YOUR .HOUSE?—Sere's a little guessing game each householder can pl-.v It's culled How Many Motors? Think you know your house well? Okay, write down on a slip of paper an estimate ol how many; .•elccldc.motors you own. A warning'*—the elusive little things^ are hard to bring to mind. So mechanized is the American home that most:have at least 20 '.Irs. Frederick Frost of Pittsburgh guessed high and said 20. By actual count'she had 38 There player, hair dryer, vibrator, movie projector, 'electric razor, electric drill, additional clocks a garage door opener, the starter motor, windshield,wiper and heater in the car. Indians used to'be rich in the number of ponies they owned, slaveholders by the ."number of slaves. • In-America the •? ( .inriard may be set by the number of electric motors. Sunday & Monday at Saenger 1 i MCKS A WAYNE Toll in the Saddle" m'i Sfarts Sunday • Feature Times • SUNDAY: . ' 1:26 - 3:56 • 6:26 • 8:56 'MONDAY: 2:00 - 4:21 - 6:42 • 9:03. BIG AS THE SEA ITSELF! From the book rood by 15,000,000 people comes the epic of t(ie screen which untold millions of Amejicpns! CAINC B O G A R T JOHNS u N M ci L M U k R A V t t K P f K • 5HQRTS f 1. MjBwi of the Day ?. Poffy Duck Cartoon NO INCREASE IN PIMCfSf HUMPHREY BOGART.coriTcrsXvith:his fellow officers tn a scene from Co!umbia>.vTHE CAIl^E.MUTINY,"_ih color by Technicolor. Sermon In Song At ' Baptist Church Th)e Ouachita College All-Girl :hoir of 3 voices, under the di- dection of Professor David Scott will present a Sermon in Song at the evening worship hour of First Baptist Church Sunday ni ght, April 17, according to an an- nouncemnt from Rev. Wesley A. Lindsey, pastor. Bro. Lindsey is. engaged .in revival meetings with the First Baptist Church in Atkins, this week. ,Dr. Preston James, dean of the' faculty of Ouachita, will be the pulpit guest of the First Baptist ' congregation on Sunday morning. Euzelian Sunday School Class Has Social Meeting The Euzelian Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Edward Bryson for a social meeting, Mrs. Claud Co* and Mrs. Sid Purtle were assisting hostesses. Arrangements of tulips ancl potted plants decorated the rooms. Mrs. Bryson. ppened the meeting with prayer followed by the business conducted by Mrs. J.'T. McRae, acting president. Miss Margaret Vandiver, a guest gave the devotional and led in prayer. ''•'••• Several Biblical games were played after which a dainty dessert course was served by the hostesses. . " B. & P. W. Club Has Monthly Pinner Meeting Prescolt Business and Professional women met on Tuesday night. April 12 at 7:00 at the Lawson Hotel for their regular dinner I meeting. There were 25 members and 2. guests, Mrs. Opal Morris and Mrs. Hoyt Mann, present. Business*''was-conducted by Mrs. Marie Chamberlain, President. Minutes were read and approved. Committee chairmen reported on their work. A letter was read from State President Eleanora A. Cawthon expressing her thanks for the annual report that was sent from the Prescott club and complimenting the club on their achievements. Mrs. Electa C-. Wells gave a. report oil the committee for the Talent Sriftw that is to be held here at the Park Elementary School on Fuday night, April 15 at 7:30 p. m. Mrs Vemiqe Hubbard gave a very Interesting an,d InformaiJVE'i program on "Our Grade Schools/' A recording class rooms in read'"S. spelling a,nd music was heard, and English, Arithmetic and Social Science Committee reports were passed around for the club to read. The next meeting will be on April 26 with Frances ^Bailey, \W*i Mrs. Thorne Hesterly 'and Bertha Gray co-hostesses. Wesleyan Quild Has Study The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church niet on Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Charlie Thomas for a Bible study. The hymn "When the Saviour Calls I will Listen", opened the meeting. Mrs. J. B. Hesterly, of .the W. S. C. S., conducted the study on "Jesus Teachings Concerning Women" written .by Lady Hosie. Mrs. Hesterly closed the meeting with prayer. ....-..' A delectable sandwich course and punch were served to 16 mem- bers. Mrs. J. .M.. Ingram Hostess' : Tio W. M. U. Circle 2 was concluded by Mrs. Leroy Phillips. A delectable salad course was served by the hostess. Dorris, , I REASON 6R DIVORCE .... BOSTON (MStaniSlaw Dziskie* „.,, „ ,'wicz, a Polish refugee, was grant* Mrs. Bill Stone, Billy. Susan and ed a divorce yest erday on the Jimmie returned to their home in grounds his wife re fused to leave Oklahoma City, Okla on Monday Poland to join him here "even i after a visit with Mrs. Clara B. bui , t me a mar bl e palace." Stone and Miss Luella Stone. udge R O t3 er t g. wilson noted that Mrs. Dziskiewicz was free to W. s. ft. S." Has Business Melting The monthly business meeting tobSlt^hJrch' waf hdd*on S M^" Mr ' a " d Mrs ' Waltel ' Hirst spent!leave"pJiand. He commented that day1fte?noonar the Church wZ ^onday in Texarkana. I the letter she wrote her husband the president, Mrs. J. W. Teeter, presiding. The .opening hymn was "O Mas- t.er Let Me Walk With Thee" andirymple and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. B. j seemed to hav propaganda in W n* ^ ». tr TT HT V • ! On P art Of th leeltel ' read '" Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McKenzie court said: ..j don ' t want your house and Jim, Mr. .and Mrs...Carl Dal- Mrs. Teeter led in prayer. I Warren j Rita and Peggy, Miss Nor- Buririg- the business meeting| ville Wreii and Mrs. Sam S. Wren Mrs. Burke Shelton gave a report attended the Guy Lombardo Show of the annual W. S. C. S. meeting in Magnolia Tuesday evening. ' held in Little Rock that she at tended. Mrs. O. G. Hirst presented the program on ','The Unity of Jesus'" Mr th and Mrs. Freeman Ligon. Folowing the program a tea hon- auto, you money or your because it is easy to obtain these things." Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McRae returned Monday from Fort Smith Where they were the guests of Mrs. Mettle Robinson and Mrs. J. O. Coleman served as judges in Radar waves of a type which cannot be used to track down planes have been found useful in tracking smog by a Los Angeles scientist. the guests of their mother, Mrs. H. V. Scott. oring the newmember was enjoy- Uhe -,. Ml . s Arkansas » Conte8t in ed. Easter lilies were placed at Gurdon Tuesday . vantage points. Tulips in a crystal bowl flanked by white tapers in matching holders centered the lace covered tea table. Mr&. W. R. Hambright presided at the punch bowl. Presbyterians Have . General Meeting The Women of the Presbyterian -hurch met on Monday afternoon at 2:30 in th'e McRae Memorial Room for the meeting. monthly business The breside'nt, Mrs. 13. L. McRae Jr., called the meeting to order with prayer. Reports of ;general officers and committee chairman were heard. Mrs. T. E. Logan presented the program on "Personal Christian Faith." Mrs. E. M. Rowland gave the. devotional reading Romans 7: 7-25 and led in prayer - : Following the song "The Christian Life." Mrs. Logan gave a skit. Those taking part on the program were Mrs. Jack Harrell, Miss Jennie Lewis, Mrs. Guss McCaskill. Mrs. T. C. McRae and Mrs. Wallace Pemberton. The meeting adjourned with prayer by Mrs. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reeves have had as their guests, Miss Ethclle Reeves of Little Rock and Mr. andi Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson, Walter and Jane were weekend guests of .her mother Mrs! J. 'W. Bre/eale in • Marshall Texas. Mrs. Alton Reeves of Texarkana. ! . Howard Harrell of - Little Rock was Uie holiday guest of his sis- Mrs. J. W.~Franks has returned i If «„ ^.^J^C^Stcgar and M- from Longview, Texas where she was the guest of Mrs. Johnny Phillips. Miss' Winnie Duke of El Dorado was the weekend guest of her. mother. Mrs. J. M. Duke, and other relatives, . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox of Fulton spent the weekend at their home here and had as their guests, Mrs. John Barrow Jr., and sons and Mrs. John Barrow, Sr., of Helena. .Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sloan and children have returned to Jonesboro after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Teeter. John Gann of England visited !iis mother, Mrs. John Gann and Mrs. J. 'M. Ingram was hostess grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Woodul to Circle 2 of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. Mrs-. Fred White'Voiced the opening prayer followed with the' business session" ' conducted by the chairman, Mrs.- Julius Adams/ Mrs. Harrell H'jnes concluded the study on 1 "Under the North Star" arid' closed the meeting with prayer. Punch nad cookies were served to the ten members present during 1 the social hour. W. M. U, Circle 3 Entertained By Mrs. J. H. Langley 'Ten members of'Circle 3 of-the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church met' on '.Monday afternoon in the home of the chairman, Mrs. J. H. Langley. • • ' The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. -J. W; 'Grimes and Mrs. Langley read Scripture re'ad- ings. :"--.. After the busine&s session the study on "Under the North Star" on Monday. Dunn and Claud Phi.lips of Longview, Texas were the guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Walker and children of Magnolia have been the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dewoody. Mrs. George Haynie of Little Rock has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Dewoody and other relatives. Mrs. Andrew and Mrs. Roy Dorris of Nashville, Tenn. returned to their homes on Tuesday 'after a visit with. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. The Quality Nome In Air Conditioning York has the most complete, most versatile of air-conditioners. The most advanced features are included to provide the full benefits of true air-conditioning. All models copl> dehumidify, and circulate filtered air, , ' • FOR HOMES • Commerciald Us* SEE THESE AT FURNITURE THE BEAUTY BOX Open 6 Days a Week Appointments after 5 ' for th'ose who work. Phone 7-5850 112 S. Main Mr and'Mr.s. Norman Whitaker and Whit of Smackover visited relatives during the weekend. Misses Helen and Nina Katharine Scott of Houston, Texas have been R. S. Hamlton and family. •. MV. and Mrs-. A. C. Hudson and children have returned to Bartlesville, Okla., after a visit with Dr. andMrs. A. W. Hudson. : Mr. and Mrs. Milton Young of Little Rock were the guests Sunday of her mother, Mrs .W. R. White. The'Stock Market is Down . .(j - Our Prices are too! CREAM OIL PERMANENT Only 8.50 HAZEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 7-2878 Hazel Virginia Auline HARD OF HEARING See the Complete Line Of New * Transistor Acousticon Hearing Aids That are .... Light, Small, Economical! That are .... Low In Price (69.50 Up)! That are .... Individually Fitted to You! SHIPLEY'S STUDIO-HOPE 1 to4 P.M.TUESDAY, APRIL 19 Call A. L. Burns for Appointments After Hours. "Batteries, Cords, & Service For All Mokes" \ MON. APR. 18 TW.ICE DAILY 4 P. M. 8- P. M. DOORS OPEN .2 P. M. 7 P. M. ADULTS. . $1.10 CHILD . . . 50c All Tax Inch BRING YOUR FAMILY 1IKEIT ! 150TOPLE! 46 BIG ACTS! MMOUS/ieTS MOM NOT JUST ANOTHER S 'XUPFO riPriK'-'RI/ITAD' 7 AND OTHER oUrLi\ VIKvva Dlb Ivr GREAT SHOWS ML JOGMM M MIGHTY M DON'T MISS n ! ' ROGERS BROS. ' .-.*-.*- — -- ft ELSeWIU5E£ir! BESUREVOUDO! SHOWOFI001THRILIS! &<&#J O-- I'M GOINffTO (^ AWAy AND I'M <SO1NG TO AFRICA AND HUNT LIONS AND TIGERS 1 Fourth President Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 3 Emporium 1 Fourth U. S. 4 Compass poin.t President, . 5 Harden . Madison 6 Parent 6 His wife was • Poem I Madison '• 9. r—majesty II Expunger 10 River in 13 His wife Is one Bcl gi um . of the noted 12 Insurgent . •of U.S. 13Misplacer 26 Feminine ~ '40 Deeds history 14 Rounded I 8 Overtime . appellation 41 Plunder 28-Points 42 Small island 16 Perched 17 Genus of cattle 52 Through- r 10 a^nounaed nn tr-'. zo-jroims 15 Danish seaport 20 Freebooter 29 On the 44 Cotton fabric ifip»r^v,o^ 21 Raved , sheltered si'de 45 Crafts ' 22 Bird 30 Observes 46 Essentialbeing Z3 Stamp;«g 36 Tne same 48 Indian weight 19 Always (poet.) 0 dcvices 37 Power of 49 CityJn The 20 Simulate 24 identical speech Netherlands 24 His wife 25 Ea ' st Indian 39 Symbol for 51 Hall! presided"over woody vine tantalum White House '. affairs 3 7 Lariats 3.1 Embellish 32 Fence steps 33 French revolutionist 34 Indian tent 35 Puffed up 37 Stanzas 38 Newspaper executives 40 Fourth Arabian caliph 43 Oriental porgy 44 New-Guinea port 47 Pet lamb 50 Antics ; 53 Spanish city , 54 Occurrences , 55 Cubic- meter ; 56 Eaten away 1 DOWN : 1 Spoutings ; 2 Range CARNIVAL •f Dick Tyrn«r "Wipe that smile off your nozzle, Hemsley!' 8V Galbraitl, '*• .. '"ISS.',»'CLT^O ^ 1955 b/.KE« Sur.lw, In5. T. M R.g! U. 8. PM OW. *'J ju?t met the new girl in the neighborhppd trid npw i L you're making me go on a trip and walk out on Her?" * TO PERU AMD K«SRTH',POUE BOATS'AND AIRPLANES OUT OUR WAY ••WiWiBBtMtM «»f "* - . | t Ftitwn $rtk!ic<t tat ~- By J. It. ViC FLINT FOUND AT LOM6 LAST— A MAM WHO CAW f*ROVE REC0 ^DS WERE BURWEP I'M guRfe ITHATS MAN/ lit KWOW I I've eor TH*T pieuifte TAKCN WILL SHUT HIM' UPANPTHAf-! . BIRTH CERTlf ICATE ANP TRAVEL > - By U.U. Tu * ..^., HURRV! TH'CEMEKlT BEFOK6 THE(A "" *—' OFtHBJWBBLBi, * ,WHEKJ.VOU'P LOVE.TO LIVE OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopla THdee HAS TO Be SOME WAV IMAGINE IT, O/.DOD .B(?O"i men;, i = | KYIN& TO Y<\ ~T,' « i-^A' j ^'f^^^t OF-*I,OOO.RK m^9^( , PISMTSTOMYOVMM lol\JENi- PATUSR WAS AFIELD WHE^ HE WOliJLt) BOB UPfiA PRO- AS A LOCk '^•Sci . ....» j. cv \PACK TO.THS" .. ..-^^.^,^. ..^y^,^. .fj ,,,iy II ^ yi. - ->''••••'•> >" •^^•^•'^•^^•^.'.^••~:^ ^ '••-•••'-• •'--" •^•••^^^^s^^mt^iK AND HER BUDDIES „.,. «-.'_:* i. • -*ft^>viiaDfoO FOBALL'SOOD MElO H-HELP ME Af HMMMM.' «U**NY BUSINESS SOMETHING J[BIS'ORDeR M-MORB *• COWFORTABUE .U ,THIN6 By Herihberger ALLEY OOF SPECIALLY VVHEN PERSONALLY .IF THERE / 'AT'S RIGHT ,^V1ER WAS / Np pAMGER AMANYOll T^INJ(35^&I COULD DE- \ WRONG WITH PEND ON, ( HIM AT TH' IT'S AMOS J\SW1TCHES BR0NSON/ ' "Free with e^ch bathtub purchase is a floating music ... rack for singing in the J tubl" WHTI.PJf 8y Nodine Selxer HQW I ENVY THEM! 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