Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 21, 1977 · Page 5
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Wednesday. December 21, 1977 HOP! ; \HK,> STAR Brownies sing carols of nursing home a,*-•*•••» A, Page I- he —f faoto by Mrs. Joyce Martin with Star camera BROWNIE TROOPS 129 and 216 entertained patients at Pinehope Nursing I lomc Monday with Christmas carols (above) and they also trimmed the Christmas tree at the hosplial. Lcl. to rigl back row are J He Curtis, Karen Wood, Kimberly Martin, Lisa Oxman, Tammy Phelps, Lynnerv Savyc^ -andKen v 1^ re Middle row, Allison Blaylock, Charlotte Smith, Sharon Love, Melissa Kidd, Kathy Allison Cn v Kidd Shelia Askew, and Julie Oxman. Front row, Glenda Shackleford, Shelly Bush Sharon 1 rw ' Amber Polk " ^^ '"^ Le ° nard ' We ' ldy May " TraC ' V TuVner ' Best-decorated homes, yards selected Aliens are required to report addresses Troy A. Adams. Jr.. district director of the United States Immigration and Naturalisation Service for this area, in cooperation with this publication, would like to remind all aliens that they are required to report their adresses to the attorney general within the near future. It is the obligation of aliens who are In the United States orx January 1 each year to report their adresses no later than tho end of that month. Adams states that the law provides for severe penalties against those individuals failing to comply with this requirement. Forms on which to report are available at any post office or Immigration and Naturalization Sen-ice office dicing January. Beryl Henry 4th graders present Christ man story V A stable in Bethlehem was the setting for the Beryl Henry 4th graders' Christmas program. Two performances were given on Friday to all students and parents. Students sang carob while Jimmy Baber read the Christmas story. On the opposite side of the room a stable and manger were constructed. The characters were Michael Sillavan as Joseph; Terry Sue Brown as Mary; Chris Stewart, Mark Turley and Kenneth Bishop as the Three Wise Men. Angels were Elizabeth Sharpe, Heidi Graves and Jeanne LaGrone. Shepherds were Mike Murphy, Jerry Hawkins, Steve Shaw, and Herbert Palmer, Blacky, a lamb owned by Chris Stewart, was also a major character. The program was directed by 4thgrade teachers: Mrs, Trtivis England, E.W. Easter, and Mrs. Jud'Martlndale. all around town .. .by the Star staff San!;i Clmis will be at thr Chicken Country Thursday and Krulay from 2 to 5 p.m. AH kids are Invited tn visit with him. Watrh night service will bo held at 8 p.m. December 31 at the Okay Community Baptist Church. Devotional will be by- Mr. Cecil Torter; sermon by the Rev. Sandford. Song director will be Mr. Funderburg. Staccy Thrasher is pastor. All city offices will be closed Monday In observance of Christmas. Monday's garbage will be picked up on Tursdny; Tuesday's garbage on We<lnesday; Wednesday nml Thursday's pickups will be done on the regular schedule. The reunion of the Guernsey High School Alumni Association will be held at 7:30 p.m. December ii in the t.uornsoy K.vtn. All former students and teachers are In- vlted. The town of Bodcaw will hold a public hearing at ?: 30 p.m. Thursday, .Inn. 5 In the school cafeteria. The purpose of the mooting is to give all Interested persons an opportunity to express their views and-or requests as to how Revenue Sharing funds for Entitlement Period 9 should be used, A.E. Butler is mayor; Austin Caudle Is recorder-treasurer. C.arlnnd School's Cub Scout Pack 62. represented by Cubs •Mm Hyrd. Michael Ijindes, and Ivan Foster presented n ijift of three turkeys to the residents of the Ptnehope Nursing Home for their Christmas dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ross, who reside at Perrytown won the sweepstakes awards on the religious theme and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Huff, located on Hilltop Drive, which leads off Rosston Road, won the sweepstakes on the Fantasy theme in this year's outdoor Christmas decorating contest. First place winner in Division No. 1 was the H.C. Kennedy Home at 1302 S. Elm on Fantasy. Religious-Traditional was Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adkinson in Southland Heights; First place winners in Division No. 2: Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wilson, 322 N. Pine on Fantasy. Mr. and Mrs. John Watkins, 202 Ave. C on Religious-Traditional. First place winners in Division No. 3: Mr. and Mrs, Rufus Hemdon m, Rosston Road on Fantasy. Mr. and Mrs. Tyree Jordon, 516 S. Hazel on Religious-Traditional. First place winners in Division No. 4: Hiawatha Hendrix, Compress St., on Fantasy. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hart, East 3rd St., on Religious-Traditional. First place winners in Rural: Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Tullis, The Black Community By Esther Hicks 777-3895 or 8674 LET'S REFLECT The outlook may be dark, but the uplook is glorious .-Selected from Wings Of Silver. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The White Hill Organization will have a special meeting at Union Baptist Church in Fulton on Friday, December 16 at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to elect officers. All members and interested persons are invited to attend. Mrs. A.C. Hendrix, reporter. Perrytown on Fantasy. Mrs. Ruby Osborn, Experiment Sta. Rd. on Religious-Traditional. Honorable mentions are: McKinley Cooper, Graham St.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Moore, Perrytown; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Carver, Gunter Addition; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Downs,Springhill Rd.; Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Huffman. Melrose Lane; Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Foster, 1109 West 18th.; Mr. and Mrs. John Macrnia, 909 S. ; Fulton.; Mr.,, and:.Mrs./, Don 1 Gilbert, 19th and Grady St.; Mr. and Mrs. Doug Snu'th, 1010 West 6th.; Mrs. Leslie Terry, 117 S. Hervey.; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Shields, 505 West Ave. D.; Mr. and Mrs. David Biddle, Confederate Rd.; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Hamilton, Robinhood Land.; Mrs. Florence Smith, 711 N. Graham.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim James, E. 3rd St.; Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Franks, E. 3rd St.; Mr. and Mrs. Billy Richardson, Eastridge Add.; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Collier, 1025 W. 15th St. Last years winners are still on display: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taliaferro, 1018 West Ave. E; Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Spears, 411 E. 19th St.; Mr. and Mrs. Houston Schooley, Rosston Rd.; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Beyerley, 822 E. Division. The two sweepstakes awards were $25 each and two first- place winners in the five divisions received $15. Checks will be mailed December 21. The Hope Council of Garden Clubs would like to express their appreciation for all the work and effort that was put forth in making our community attractive during the Christmas holidays. We would also like to thank the Prescott Council of Garden Clubs for doing the final judging. Hope Village Shopping Center Hope, Ark. ..FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE: West charge, Bankamericnrd, Mnstcrchargc, Lay-away payroll checks cashed, gift wrap available. FREE PARKING. Friendly Service. I SHOP TIL 8 PM THROUGH FRIDAY i 8 * WE WILL CLOSE DEC. 24th AT' 5:30PM + H M Rev. E.A. Porchia will preach at the Mt. Pleasant C.M.E. Church Sunday, December 25 at 2 p.m. At 7:30 p.m,, the Mysterious Gospel Singers of Magnolia will sing at Mt. Pleasant. The public is invited to attend both services. Rev. W.T. Keys, pastor. The Christmas service will be held at the Pentecostal Tempel Church of God In Christ December 25 at 6 a.m. Music for the occasion will be rendered by a combined choir of members from the participating churches. Rehearsal for the service will be held tonight (Wednesday) at the Pentecostal Temple at 7 p.m. Ail members of choirs of the city are urged to please be present for rehearsal. The Colonel has a tip for you that's easily understood... when you want the best in Holiday food, think "finger lickin' good." HERE'S WHAT YOU GET: 12 PIECES OF CHICKEN 1 PINT OF SLAW 1 PI NT OF POTATOES HALF PINT OF GRAVY 6 ROLLS OFFER GOOD DEC 9-DEC. 23. 1977 "it's finger tickiri good'! GROUP OF LADIES BETTER SPORTSWEAR 1 20% Off Regular J Price H Off Regular Price p : [Blouses, sweaters, slacks, blu'/ers,j 'Skirts, Vests, Long Skirts, Jin. Junior and Missy Sizes. ENTIRE STOCK LADIES "RUSSELL NEWMAN' iSLEEPWEA.il 20% ~ [OFF REGULAR PRICED GROUPOF LADIES PANT SUITS Off Regular Price ENTIRE STOCK "STAR WAR" 8 GOWNS 1 AND 8 LPAJAMAS5 » 20% OFF REGULA PRICK LADIES EXTRA SIZE [SPORTSWEAR, 20% Vi H Si/ew 32 to 40 puntti, |j^ Si/e 36 to 46 tops. Off Regular Price '30%

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