Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 25, 1958
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HOM ITAIi NdM, AIEANIAI Pft6n§ ?-§431 istu/esn § A.M. ana 4 Calendar the Friday Music tjiub will meet With Mrs. H. A. Spraggins Friday, Sdpt, 26 at, 4 p.m. dessert plate and coffee to 12 mem bers and 1 new tnemberi Mrs Chai-les Stone, §atUPday t September 27 There will be a dance at .the CoUhtry Club Saturday, Sept. 27 at 6 p.m. for all adult Inehibefs. Kathleen Mattery WMs Me*ts in Burton Hbitffi The Kathleen oMatlory WMS met ih the home of Mrs. th-ady Burton Tuesday night Mi's. Cecil O'Sleen opened the rneetitig with prayer followed by a very interesting program "Ihe Key That Opens the Door" with Mrs, Harold Knight in charge. The hdsldss served a delicious 56SfH6p6ltta»l Club meets septewbec 23 Mrs. ttoyce Smith nnrl Mrs. L B. Tooley Were hostesses for the Cosmopolitan Club meeting in the evening of September 23. The Smith home, where the meeting took place, was enhanced with at tractive arrangements of peri winkles and of celosia. New year 'books were distributed by the chairman, Mrs. R. L. Broach; Mrs, William fi. Harris presented her husband, who re Viewed the book, "They Gathered at the River*' by Bernard Weisberger. In a clever game conducted 'by M'rs, 'Henry Haynes, Mrs, R. L. SPECIALS Fridoy - Saturday - Sept. 26th - 27th KIMBELL'S BEST — TALL CANS MILK Can KIMBELL'S — QUARTERS MARGARINE 2 Lbs. CANNED BISCUIT 3 For NEW COUNTRY SORGHUM SYRUP Gal. HOT — WHOLE — BARBECUED FRYERS READY TO EAT Ea. I. D&W PRIDE SLAB SLICED BACON 'NUFF SAID" ,Lb. D&W PRIDE PICNIC 'NUFF SAID" Lb. 39c FRESH AND MEATY PORK NECK BONES Lb. GROCERY & MARKET BUCK WILLIAMS, Owner 106 S. WALNUT We Deliver DIAL 7-3871 feroach identified her as the fit-St hostesses tar R mopolitah Club meetlhg ift were Mfs. Msyfteg ahd MfS, Mekenzic. Dh behalf of the club, the jtfesi dent, Ales, rfenry Hayfies, ijfeseHl ed a silver ba-by spoon lo MfS, Johft "McClanahan for her fle« daughter, Rosalind ftlilh. The hos» tesses served cakei alid coffee 17 present. Meet Se|btetiib«f Auxiliary The Willing Workers Auxiliary of the tfnily Saplisl Cliui'ch met Monday night, Sept. 22 with eight members present. the meeting u-as opened with prayer iby Mrs. L. C". Kennedy. Mrs. frank Thomas gave the de« votiottal which was taken from John Ch. (3, verses 1*22. New officers were eleele.l as follows: Mrs. Dorothy Norvell, pfe sident; Mrs. Ruth Ellis, Vice pro sident; Mrs. J. \V, Medlemons, secretary * treasurer, Mrs. Esther Ward, assistant secretary ' It-cas* tiror; M'rs. Sccrest, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Frank Thomas, as> sislant corresponding secretary! Mrs. Harrison Ross, personal ser» Vice; Mrs. Betty Cagle, assistant personal service and program conv mittee; Mrs. Norvell, Mrs. McClemens and Mrs. Brown, teachers! Mrs, J.ack Brown, assistant teach* or; Mrs, L. C. Kennedy, reporters, Mrs. McClemens and Mrs. Ward, The meeting was dismissed by Mrs. Thomas. A social hour follow* ed and refreshments were served to those-present. Mrs, R, L. Broach Hostess to Bridge Club Mrs. R, L. Broach entertained her Bridge Club last Tuesday afternoon at her home on South Elm Street. Club members and two guests, M'rs. J. C. Broyles and Miss Elizabeth Bridewell, played from two tables with prizes for iigh score going to Mrs. Lyle Brown and Mrs. Emmett Thompson. For floral decorations the hostess lad lovely arrangements of celosia, lupin and marigolds in brass containers and also used white :hrysanthcmums in a while alaba ster bowl. At the conclusion of the afternoon, Mrs. Broach served snacks and cold drinks to those ^resent. Chapter AE of PEO Meets In O'Neal Home Chapter AE of PEO met on Sept. 23 in the home or Mrs. E. P. O'Neal 'with Mrs. William E. Harris as co-hostess. They used bouquets of roses and of marigolds to decorate the home very attractively." During the 'business meeting, sresided over by Mrs. L. B. Tooley Mrs. F. C. Crow was elected to ill the position of Chapter Treas- irer. The program of "The Local PEO Constitution and By-Laws" vas conducted by Mrs, H. O. Kylcr Sr. Fifteen members of the chapter attended the meeting, The hostesses served pie, nuts and coffee. Evening Shade Good Neifthbors Club M e ets September 23 The Evening Shade Good Neigh- jors Club mooting was hold in the lome of Mrs, C. A. Bagwell with VIrs. Wallace Bagwell as co-hos- ess with 10 members and six visi- ors. Visitors were Mrs, L, (M, Sulian, Merelene Wright, Opal Danels, Vilma Taylor, Tom Clark and Vliss Corry, The president, Mrs, Howard Gar- or called the meeting to order by laving the group sing "Kneel At The Cross." Mrs, Wallace Bagwell cad devotional from 1st Kings, Judge Declines frsm fst& One idle f5iiplis !H Witfreri douhty, Fifteen Mciroess and sis ybtiths fought ftefir 6 Little Hock junior high school, three white" youths were injured. Witnesses said the Negroes hit Hid white boys with dealed athletic shoes and kicked ofie when he fell. Tlie fight tn Chicago broUghl minor injuMes te one white and bfte Negto boy, It was apparently — — — plus a Wife Saver Contest on these favorites pnze - . $5 winners' COIOR " TfJEVISIONJiL CANS ONE BAR , WHEN ]T9« jyY 4 ?*?5 ENTKY BLANKS AVAILABLE HERE Chapter 12, Verses 1*1S, followed ay prayer given by Mrs, Buek De< Venney. . ' Roll call was answered by some experience had by each one. After business was over games were enjoyed when 'Mrs, Mac Collins nnd Mrs. tDaniels received prizes. Door prizes wei-c won by Mrs. Ver- noh McMurtcry, There was a su prise shower for Mrs. Wallace Bagwell. She received many pretty and useful gifts. After the meeting refreshments were served to, those .present. The club adjourned lo meet Ih October with 4\lrs. Harvey Wright. TV Panel lo Coming and Going Mrs. HcribcH "Lewallen Icfl b> plane Wednesday mprnlng for Dal as to meet her new grandson anc '.o .be with Mr. and Mrs, Robcr Slephens, Mr. and Mrs. George Peck have as their house guest, Travis Me Coy Jr, of Liiltlc Rock, who is a student at Hope High. His mothci will be remembered as the formci Miss Evelyn Greene, College Notes Miss Jo Both -ncttig has left for Memphis, where she will aUonc the University of Tennessee Schoo! of Pharmacy, Births Mr. and ' M'rs, Robert Stephens of Dallas,'Texas:announce the ar rival of a ba'by iboy, Russell Ed' ward, on Sept, 24 at the Methodisi Hospital in-Dallas. She will /be re Ticmbcrod.as the.',formor Cissy Lc* wallcn of 'Hope, Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. Clyde East, Hope Discharged: Riley M'arquis, Ful ton. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde East aiv lounce the arrival of a 'baby boy, born Sept, 25, 1958. Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Smith Davenport lope; Will Key, Hope; A. L, Parks -lope; Pearl Fulcc, Hope. Discharged: Lance Nosaska of lope; Raymond Johnson, F.ulton; Mrs. Wallace Bagwell, 'Hope; Mrs. fames Ray Purtle and baby girl, Ht, 1, Hope; Elsie Frierson and baby boy, Rt. 3, Hope. presents Creme Extrordinaire This special slxe 150 , § plus Is; for i weeks p»Jy! (September go through Ocjojjer JSth) MissArdcii offers every >vonian this RpeciuJ iiHrodtjctory ,i ar i jo you may see for your, self jvlmt an uut ^f the ordinary cream jjjis is jn every way! •• 3 J>pJ|gws JUP&I s»4 ten No silwfr asm |ias ''V m i»age One whethet' public Ins funds cart Bd Used te DTJtfflte st-gregated private Schools, as efiVlsibhod by (3bV. t)i- Vnl fe. Fnubiis. Lester apparently will lake the negative view. Mrs. Joe R, Brewer, ehalrrtirth n? the Women's eohimlltce, snld Llltlo Hock's two other leleVlslorv {stations hud refused the groltp' similar "equal lime" as grantfid by KATV. The commilloe Soiiehl free time, contending it would he Used lo answer a vecehl TV talk by GoV. Faublis B. Q. fiobeHson of KTHV said the aftermath of an argument be- iWeeh a while girl and a Negro girl, police repoi ted At Atlanta, two federal judges promised an early hearing on n suit by 28 Negroes lo end scgre- gallon in the public schools, New Walkouts Continue in Auto Plants DfctROff (At*—A t-nsh or hew walkouts today cohlinued lo cripple 1959 ttulo production. Some United Auto Workers returned to Ihelr jobs but others tvertl OH strike In key spots, with the number of Idle nroitnrt lite 00,000 murk, At ohD time Wednesday some 70,000 were out. Salaried" employes nl General he refused the time bcfnuso "llir- governor hnd fnhdc n report ns hend of n sovereign sliilu 1 nnd 1 did not Ihink 'equal lime' entered here." Doug flohiine of R AUK-TV snitl lie offered lime on n regularly scheduled program but thu com mlllee hnd not acceptor! it to his Atiowlcdgu. Mottfrs htiga techfilcnl edfitei 1 tft Warren, Mich., tvtrc dblayed ftt Ihe gates by pickets of Ih8 66«> tef's S.300 hotifly wofkefS, O^'s Cfldmnc dlvlslotl fllsd WfiS flffecled for IhB fit-si IUM6 Wfseh IWO toetrott sheet melnt workers wchl on slrlke. The eompahy sfllcl the walkout could force shutdown nt the main Cndilinc ptrtnl (tt tJe* troll. Some at Chtysler's Delroll nren plnhts wi>nt buck In opernlloh this morning but wure ctdsod a few hmns Inter by n strike ot 300 truck drivers who transfer parts between plants. Tile company snld nddldohal shutdowns were threat* enod by the truckers strike, Chrysler hnd nbout 20,000 off the job In 12 pi mils OM reported 7.-IOO went back nt its Pontine divisloiv In t'ontlttet Mioh., permillinK recall of 1<SOO nt the Pnntlnc fisher Uody phuH, The' loin) number of <^M Idle was was 31,000 in 12 plnhts. The company hnfl .teemed the union of hnrnssing ladles during current contract talks. 'Wild Man' Soys MeKeldin of Faubus Sotttncffi f ;, aw * CtohfetBFffie tSSr*, 1 .... .. .. (B. Fflitbss-ai ,5 prespcctivc ehairmHH beeause fir his actions against school Integffl* tlofi, Maryfnfitl dov Theddofe It* >' MeKcldlrt said yesterday, Kentucky doV, A. B. CflrifitJHiP Wns ntso ijflastid by, MeKeldin lolct a student flutfieftetf rtl the UttlVet^ ally of Kehlueky, "because h6 h&3 clone n lltlle Ihlegfflilon." thd ttirm etceted nt Ihd close bf the conference. Gov. Ja hies, ,1V Colemnn of Mississippi, "la a §aH»- i-cgnllDttlsl , * but not a \viJd mmi," McKeldln snitl. ! MeKeldin stild defeat In comhiil- lee of his resolution favoring irU6' ,, Rl'ittioon dlsnlipointed him, But R<J • said the Conference "didn't cleet Pntibtis chairman . . .(and In tttt'i Hint's (i good sing," _, .-.-*-- _ j j -.-. i._j__—*~_ ,-i .^ An tSlhioplan clollnr equals about 40 cents in U» S. money. Values to $4.00 COSTUME JEWELRY Pins, ear- Brings,,etc . John P. Cox Drug Co WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7-4616 HOPE, ARK. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY YOUR FRIENDLY 400 TISSUES 'SOCIETY" Brand (Limit 2). IfrW 1000 Tablets $£^m: ::«w : Ualue! m w W>-"! w w m Assorted . Chocolates *ip1 3 5 /' sP ^^^ f^J * 1 |b. box ! 2 Ib. box , the finest, freshest candies you can buy ... exclusively ours Gillette World Series TV RAZOR • ' '•-•' - 70 C WALGREEN'S ' - 7 *&\ Anti-Enzyme Action TOOTH PASTE TOOTHPASTE 53 ^r^ fc 89c Curbs Decay-Acids! ST. REGIS CLOCK Gets Teeth 40 hour alarm Whiter & Brighter. Dependable Refreshing ? Mint Flavor TWIN PAK % DRISTAN Cold Tablets QO VOC Pebble Grained Official Size FOOTBALL I Valve type I Qg IWmWer needle., Visif our Truss de- ; parfrment. We can fit you accurately and correctly. SUPP-HOSE TbGj New Nylon EJosHc Hose thpt is Sheer. ONLY Moist Smali- Bubble ••'foann;'. Softens Beard, With Federal, stale and local taxes .., plus iho , hundreds .of hidden taxes we pay . , . (ho average American family pays about $1,600 for taxes,»yet the same family spends only $104 a ycnrf-'fcir-~docl6r a/id ' prescription, bills. " Cox's Has Filled Over One Half Million Prescriptions. Bting Us Your Next One BONNIE KIT * * ?v»* ' Brush & comb'in * handy '/.ippcr.casc... PO' SHIP wl ••••••^••••••••I^HMHMi Regular or> Menthol Po-Do Aerosol Speed Shave at finj-er touch, FORMULA 20 SPECIAL p , » Sturdy Insulpted 6" SERVICE Ice Bag 139 A jnusc for youp . howschoJU..,,,,.. t-iif OFFiRU n« :c -,--.,®s', 8 ^ ^ JP*^ i 3^!?y%ww CKHIATKIC ••y-<~4. X. 1^4* •Wlf-W.t •••J->. •*-!•,- i .e.Tensionsi: 1 ,/-, P§»ny Spwy WASTE BASKET mm fomSm m Plastis in yswr sh»J5<? - gf tglQfs, , V » 4 ,

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