Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 3, 1955 · Page 12
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 12

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1955
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1S $* ? J*«?* '^,J" T- «J r £?t „-_ ^."1—'" tu*»d«y, May I, M0M MOM STAR, HOFI, ARKANSAS Tuesday, May 3, NEWS * film gainst e, ^ w e T ^ wM , mcct a| th( , . of the ; fabul0 "* London h.«c of^irs. t). L. McRac, Sr., on b« shdwtt at the first fhunsday at 2 p. m. W«drt^Sd*y night at iafl Church will practice Thursday evening at 7:30. M«Sk. ( Admission Will be The choir of .the First Presbyter* VALUE DAY SPECIAL v and all suitimer. One',of above in ^.~?F71'Z;'.^T~~'^: UjBj^ljir^i^'f;.!,'*-/:,-^,^.^'.:;;; 'V >u •>'••'• ^.tt.*.r^^^l^j^'.V5i.-^tV>V^>v.--j -i'wrVYi-p ';'*y-.,:?^,*'-:<' '>'•'."''- -'<•-, 7 - • jSK ^^VViW^U'-i^^^^-' :-••-•• I I 11 Come, the «nt br««th of •prim and tlw ^U in cr^tive^ U rv« full eipm-ioo in .mlady'. h«d.. --r. At l^t the duUfliidei^ it that way. But April'i iiwpiration |if.['/» •/ ** -<-.'i i 1 ' '••' ' ••?. .* ' I. *'.'*. i "... • ' ". »','"• .". 5 .. • - -.'*.'.' "'> .1 '.''. .»,»•'• 1 •'• tV 1 "-• '/ . v :( .'• ".'-'•. i '- ' i ' Sii ^Chamber of Coinmerc* and you'U we what we BMUH, In citiet •;,V*'\V J '"i •''*'i-' r •',• '• ! •',''-'• *j '•/• "> '• * ' "'• - ^ •';'' . >•' "."j?-',/ ••': ;' •"-•...•' ,'• -f. •'-'', **^*i'^V? *' ." "'"..'•,<*.''( ! '-' •'•!'' *-' America, they're at it right low -. .. j^^-' ; %^. m on. They're working h«rdw than ever tjiia •priaf, f ••-. - .-."• ••< •. •.. ^ Mrs.' Gates Entertains Mrs. William Dates entertained with a bridge party a't her home on Wednesday afternoon. The rooms were festive with arrangements of snap dragons placed at points of interest. The high score prize was won by Mrs. J. V. McMahen and the cut prize by Mrs. Gene Hale. Other bridge guests were Mrs. O. W. Watkins, Mrs. B. A. DeLam- ar, Mrs. Freeman Ligon, Mrs. J. T. Worthington, Mrs.'Bob Reynolds and Mrs .R. F. Yarbrough. tea guests were Mrs. Frank Hallom Jr., and Mrs. J. V. McGinnis of Tulsa, Okla. A dainty dessert course was served by the hostess. [best man. Ushers were Clyde Buchanan of tittle Rock and Ralph Haynie of Smackover. 'Following the cieremony a re' ception was held in the home Of Mrs. C. C. Toombs. Miss Lulu Mae | Black had charge of the bride's book. : For travel the bride wore a blue suit with matching accessories. She pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. After a trip to New Orleans the couple Will be at home in Gurdbn. Loomis, Mrs. L. L. Evans, Mrs. J. T. McRae, Mrs. Watson White, Jr., Miss Lillio Butcher and Mrs. A. G. Shell attended the Baptist Associa- ' tional W. M. U. Rallyp at the Bap- list Church in Richmond on Thursday. Mrs. Lindsey gave the morn- ling devotional on "Keeping in Tune." Court Docket Miss Toombs Becomes Bride Of Mr. Danner The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Toombs and Billy G. Danner was solemnized April 21 at 7 p. m. in Beech Street Baptist Church of Gurdon. The bride is (he daughter | of Mrs. V. F. Toombs and the late Mr. Toombs. Mr. ,and Mrs. Gordon Danner of Prescott are the parents of the bridegroom. I Rev. Harold Hightowncr officiated before a setting of fern and : floor baskets of white stock. Tall pink tapers were lighted by Calvin Danner and Bobby Haynie of Prescott. Mrs. Glenn Ross, organist, accompanied Miss Wanda Home, who sang. The bride, given in marriage by her grandfather C. C. Toombs,, wore a ballerina dress of Chantilly lace and not. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a net cap edged in pleated tulle and seed pearls. She carried a prayer book' topped with an orchid surrounded by carnations. Miss Marilyn Taylor was maid of honor. She wore a ballerina frock of blue nylon net over taffeta with a lace bodice and bolero. Her. colonial bouquet was of pink carnations. i Mr. Danner served his son as Rainbow Gardtn Clubs '• Meet* With ; Mrs. Lewi* Garrettv'; v •fhe Rainbow Garden CJub met on! Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Lewis' Gartctt vvith Mrs. Loycc Anderson co-hostess, Artistic arrangements of pinks, iris and narcissuses were used for decoration in the loving room/The dining table was centered with a bouquet of snap dragons. The president. Mrs. Ellis Stewart, called the meeting to order and the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison. The roll was called and the minutes road by the secretary, Mrs. Bert Wingfield. Plans were discussed for the annual "Family Picnic" to be'held the first week in June at the Stewart picnic ground. After the new officers were installed by Mrs. Stewart, outgoing president the new president, Mr A. R. Underwood announced he committee for the New Year. Mrs. N. N. Daniel, president o the Prescott Garden Club Counci presented plans for a luncheon be held on May 13. Each club wi be responsible for a mass arrangi ment to center the tables. Mr; Gene Lee, Mrs. Roy Duke, Mr Nat Wooslcy and Mrs. Albert Pcai hey were appointed to have charg of the Rainbow Garden Club a rangement. Informative demonstrations c "Flower Arrangements" were g ven by Mrs. Stewart and Mn Underwood. ."•'•. A delectable .salad plate and ice tea were Served by the hostesses Paul Hiett was a Thursday business visitor in Texarkana. Rev. W. A. Lindsey . and H. W- Butler spent Thursday in Lonsdale and assisted in selections a ' new site for the Baptist "Spring Lake Assembly. Mrs. S. B. Scott Jr., 'and children returned to their home in El Dorado Thursday; after a visit with Lt. Col. and Mrs. S. ; B. Scott. Mrs. Mannie Stevens of Texarkana was the guest Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bomis. Mrs. O. G. Hirst, Mrs. Jim Van- ccy, Mrs. J. W. Teeter and Mrs. Roy Duke spent Thursday in Little Rock. Mrs. Dallis Atkins has returned from a weeks visit in Little Rock with her sister, Mrs. Dwight Wcs- moreland. Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas May 2, 1955. City Docket Donald Hill, Speeding Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. S. J. Ashley, Kenneth Brown, Illegal passing, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Lloyd Story, No State license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. .Walter Jackson, Gaming, Forfeiting'$10.00 cash bond; Lloyd Story, No ply car license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Robert Lv : Hatcher, Hazardous driving, Forfeited -.$10.00 cash bond, Robert Lindsejf, Disturbing pea'ce, Plea guilty $'10.00, . ; J ' Aubrey Smith, Drunkenness, Plea guilty, -fined' $10:00. The following forfeited $10.00 cash bond oh a-charge of Drunkenness: Marvin Bailey, Martin Gulhria L. E. Conger, I. B. Elliott. State Docket McLeair Refrigerator Co., Harlcy G. Davidson, Overload, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Edgar O. Laffcrty, Making Improper turn, Tried, Dismissed. M. W. Martin, Failure to yield right of way, Tried, Dismissed. J. W. Hcnnin, Improper pas- sing, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. T. G. Chambers, Improper passing, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. If you dampen the excelsior used to pack china and glassware, give added protection from breaking. Mrs. W. A. Lindsey, Mrs. Ro CLEAN-UP, PAINT-UP, FIX-UP MAY 2 to 14 Have You Furniture Upholstered • ' 4 Complete line of Fabrics and Trims-r— $1.49 $495 c HAYNES BROS. and Operated t>y Mr. end Mr». K. i, STRUT "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" One Group Ladies Spring and Summer SHOES Pumps in medium and high heels. Leathers with mesh trim. Colors: camel tan - navy — patent - navy and white and pink. Values to $10.95 Wednesday Special $4.00 FOSTER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE "Where Good Shoes are Fitted Correctly" 113 E. 2nd. Corbin Foster Phone 7-2700 MAY 2 to 14 We Carry a Complete Stock of FURNITURE For Your Home BUY NOW '— PAY LATER YORK FURNITURE CO. CLEAN-UP, PAINT-UP, FIX-UP MAY 2 to 14 ({one our sfare in making tfje Community a (tetterjtCace in wfiic/j By Giving More Value For Your Money — Drop in and See THE FASHION SHOPPE 112 S. Main Hope, Ark. 77io/ EXTRA ROOM You've always NEEDED! and Materials forMODERNIZiNG Your Home We Carry a Complete • • r Line of • Paints • Lumber • Screens • Wall Paper And all the other things you will need. GUNTER LUMBER CO. WEDNESDAY AT OWEN'S IS One Way to Find Out What The Shouting's All About "•" ; <• f fix \' Si c* *': <\ \'* ',- *' -'^ I* ^ < ->J & .>-"- e>> ~| S? 1 ^> * /t Hopes biggest store brings you Hope's Biggest values. Shop the entire store and save. Blue Chambray Values to 79c SHIRTS I SHEER GOODS j * • • Men these are regular $1.49 values. They are first qualify,,arid for Wednesday only . Drive It Yourself ! • I Extra Special - -Clear PLASTIC This is a regular 25c value and its 54 inches wide. Wednesday only TKese are in. dimity, Batiste, and Voile. Special for Wednesday only 3 yds. $1.00 Ladies Cotton DRESSES New shipment of these in sleeveless, short sleeves, and sun back styles. Sizes 9 through 24i. 2 yds. 29c Imported Broadcloth $3.95 2 for ..... $7.50 Denim & Fancy BLOUSES I SHORTS $247O 00 OLD6MOBILE "II" J-DOOR SEDAN (l(-LUS TRATED AT RIGHT) DELIVERED LOCALLY STATE AND t-OC^L TAXE$ E. Yoyr prl^e depandf ypon chgice' of model end body ityle, optional «qyipment and accciioriei. Prices may vary jlightly ,in adjoinlnj commynitiei becauit of thlpplhg chorget. AH price* wbi«ct to change without nollce. LD Clearly, it's an Oldsinohile year! Sales arc rocketing. People everywhere are talking . .. and buying Oldti as never before. We'd like to show you why. Firsl, a few minutes in our showroom . . . then a few more on the road. You'll meet the ultra-smart and exclusive, "Go-Ahead" look—it's a fashion leader inside and out. Then comes your introduction to that terrific liigh-cii'iipiTSsion power team . . . tiiu "Rocket" Engine and llydra-Matic Super Drive*. To top it all, we'll show you a low price that calls for action. Come in soon {or your "Kockct Hide" . .. you'll join the shouting when you do! You'll .make pidsmohile your car for '55! • V +t)ptioiml ut e.\i/c* cw.i/. j Q B I L E These are regular $1.95 blouses. Sleeveless and in white and colors. One big table of these shorts for Ladies, Misses and Children. Special for Wednesday $1.00 Can Yov S*«, Sl»»r, Stop SoMyl Cluttk Y°<* Car—Cfc»cli Accidents/ AHIAB . , , MlVi IT YOU«Sllfl THI GOING'S GMAT IN A "IO?KET »"l GIB LEWIS 1 AUTO SALES . »,Phonf7- 1 *•/ r N T O ^ F $ Boyle Continued from P»«e Dn« sew on his buttons, scci that his shirts were laundered and his suits kept cleaned and pressed. To me this is saddening. Do these girls really want to marry a husband —or merely marry a bachelor, who doesn't need them? I recall in a college. course t attended the professpr asked the girls the rriihimxirh income they would demand 4 in a hUsbahd. One girl insisted it Would have to ' be 5100 a week. That was more than 20 years ago. ghe'sunmarried. Why should a girl in college balk at the idea of se'\Ving buttons for her husband? Would it really make' her feel more self-important, more like a partner, if, as they exchanged vows at the altar, he whispered, "Baby, it's going to )o 50-50 in everything With us. low's about you sewing the but- ons on my clothes — and I'll sew the buttons on yours?" The idea that marriage is a shar- ng isn't exactly new: It's as old as marriage itself. But you can't igure out the sharing as you'd )lan a work sheet in a factory, adventure lies in finding out vhat and how you'll share. You don't start with an ultimatum — ir often end with one. Not in a eal marriage. But there is a real danger in he new idea that all household hores have to be decided exactly .... ,.,-,0-50, so that nobody ever does vertised for bld s today by the Ard more than his share; there is real kansas Highway departmentm They included the four-lane riverfront drive in Little Rock. five mlleS of Highway 270 t>etwe6rt iPoycn and Plrattsville in (Sfant and Hot Spring: counties. This will leave only a 10-ftsfle strttch of the road Still unpaved within Arkansasm The last link, which will be hardsurfaced in the near futuren is near Acorn in Polk cound tym c c . sThe commission leaves May x9 for a tour of Northeast Arkansas on which it will confer with Civd ic leaders and district highway personnelm World's first commercial chick hatchery was started in New Washington, Ohio, in 1897. Rev. J. R. Brown Revival services will start Wednesday, May 4, at Church of the Nazarene and will continue through Sunday. May 15. The Rev. J. Russell Brown of Caldwell, Idaho will be the evangelist. Services will start nightly at 7:30. -Special singing will be. furnished by the local church trio. ftlMEMBIH MOTH1 MOTHftf DAY, SUNDAY, MA Gifts Sh« Will Like : . Pohgburns Candy PfeffUffiei ' Shaeffer Pens Ydrdleys . C Justin Bill Folds HurfftUt' Royal Stationery Ofd S0id9 ""•" ,« WARD & SON w.J.,1 DRUGGIST ' V'i, State Advertises Highway Jobs LITTLE ROCK ZUP) — An es timated $2,500,000 worth' of highd way construction projects were adc anger in the new idea that any vife can improve her husband by, _. . .... eglecting him while she pursues r The contracts will be let at the er own interests outside the home. May 18 meeting of the commisd Such a 'concept doesn't exalt or, si ?5 herem ree womanhood. It degrades wo- The •.-riverfront cdrive will be manhood. No victory outside her P aved in lhis letting from the Lind ome can ever repay an honest coln avenue viaduct to a point ife for a failure within it. Most 'omen realize this instinctively.' A feminist who insists that her usband-help with the cooking and ew on his own buttons purely .as a matter of principle, or because she is to lazy, defeats herself on a' picayune battlefield. She may gain a mouse .— but if it's a man she's got, she may lose him, too. There are an amazing number of girls, left ,who don't regard a kitchen as a 'penal institution '.or button sewing as a form :0f slavery. • ... . : •. As a matter' of fact, anybody looking either for a 50-50 partner or a fulltime chum ought to form a business corporation or join a social club;'Marriage'is a mystic, longtime exploration. It 'should be entered into only toy people looking for something else —men who yearn for wife, women who yearn for a husband. ••.'; But maybe'; I'm an old stick-in-' the-mud.; Perhaps' under" the "new 1 partnership" theory a young maij-. ried couple, before having a babV,' should sit down and ask each other, "Who'll do.,the. knitting?";, near the 'Broadway bridge. Another _project will hardsurfacc The Ideal Gift for Mother's Day i "l * " *w • -I. ANOTHER VALUED AY SPECIAL 1 c GENUINE SIMTEX COTTON TABLE CLOTHS ^ * ASSORTED SHADES — STRIPED DESIGN • . - • t i 52x52 SIZE — REGULAR $2.95 . 1 :'. NOW 52x70 SIZE — REGULAR $3.95 . : .-. NOW- 60x80 SIZE — REGULAR $4.95 . . \ . NOW $3'.49 'c ^^ '* \ * 60x1 08 SIZE — REGULAR $5.95 .;.'.. NOW! • $3.95 ' * - ,h^& 't * '» ^. »*«' r '•*• •. ?»>*MA,f7? \\ M IOMAH€IAIII H f Jpni SouciV ntw rfiadow ' proof nylon flip tor lour \ fiont ponri is a p«rf*cl prop und»r yowr ih«»ri( floating New Dodg« CusJom Royal Lancor (•** if* ' What's all this talk ..-...,.. . . .tfW; r .. • . .. -, - ?• r 1 "viT'iss .'•''., ** " y y '- " " '.'' ' " » < *V • **.{! about Pitiee Qass K .It gets to be a little confusing— this ta|fc about what -''pric6 class" a car is in. This new Dodge is making a clean sweep in ev cry price field!. ; ; In ja'ct,' tne Dodge Coronet 4-door showi],b^low actually costs less t,han some models in .the •M^^vtP''^^ fil** 8 So Jet yoljrsejlf go. Travel yzrs< class jitt^' the, Qar 'iKat'g Owners who are used to paying a thousand dollars rriore knocking ^'prtye cjass" into a cocked hat. for a car find that money can't buy more luxury, more " ":> '•>•• ' > , 4 » for a car find thai money can't buy more luxury, more exciting features and beauty than in the dashing Custom ; Royal Lancer shown above. It's up to 9 inches longer than competitive models costing more! :v And owners o/ so-called • "Jow-priced cais" are finding Y that a new Dodge, with -all its dashing length and flashing style, can be theirs for only a few dollars a month more than any. of the small cars— up to 19 inches shorter and far less exciting! / ' ' v * Check Your Car — Check Accidents! ' , : . , : Thi f* xir •Fqshiuned ,^ J',» ^ f " and (act ips»«ti»». "" Si«f« 3> to 4» fMf Lewis-Mdarty Dt lm«

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