Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 26, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 26, 1958
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September 21/19S1 MOM IfAI, N0P1, AIRANIAI 74431 .B'etwaen a A,M« and 4 P,M, Calenda r 2? There will be a dafice at the Country dktb Saturday, Sept. 27 at B p,fh. for all adult members. Ma, S af Th6 First M«tH6di$t Cjiuceh Meets "Our North American jJeigh> 4K>fs" was the topic of a very interesting program presented by Mrs, Edward Aslin, vice chairman When Circle No. 5 niet Tuesday Scpetmbcr 15 at 7:30 p. iti. at 'the church, Mrs, Sill Reinhardt re« viewed the missionary work and experiences of Mrs. toot Kelly in Porta Rica and the devotional svas given by Mrs. H. O. Kyler Jr. , After a short business session the hostesses, MVs, Qrover T:homp< t n and Mrs, Hershel 'Patterson rvcd iced punch and 'cookies to tlic members and on '.guesti Mrs, Hufus Sorrels. Wilbur tt. Molding, son of Mr. and Mrs. James f, folding of Multig. Arkansas. , The wedding will be an event of Oct. 24, at College View Baptist ChUrch, Magnolia, Ark. at 7 p No cards will be sent. Miss rt crts and Mr. Holding request the presence of all their friends and relatives. Obidert Circle Class of Flfst Baptist c«ucch Meets The doldett Circle Class of the First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. L. F. Hlggason for it's final meeting of the Sunday School year. The meeting was open ed with a devotional by Mrs, Charles OoUgli. 'M'rs, J. S. Draper led in prayer- file hostess served delicious refreshments to It menv 'bers present. badles Bridge-Luncheon Held at Hone Country Club Beautiful arrangements of fall flowers were Used to decorate the Hobo Country Club for .the monthly Ladies Bridge-iLuncheon on Sep< tcmber 25, Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs- R. L. Broach, £lrs. E. M. McWilliams, Mrs. Crlt Stuart, Jr., and 'Mrs, Marie Henri rix, •Following a ibuffet-luncheon, 'bridge was played at five tables. Mrs, William Roulon -made the highest score for the afternoon, Mrs, R, L. Broach was second high, and Mrs. .Herald Porterficld, third, The Bingo prize was won by Mrs. Kelly Bryant. t. Girl Scout Committee •»• Meet on Sept. 25 At the Girl Scout Committee meeting at'the Little 'House oil Sepem- bcr 25th. The following officers were elected: Mrs. Dick Watkins- chairman, M'rs. Henry Seamans- sccrctary, Mrs. Oliver Adams- treasurer, -Mrs. H. W. Lindsey- reporter, Roberts - Boldlng -•• ' Engagement Announced JA Elder and 'Mrs. C. L. Roberts, recent residents of Magnolia, formerly ot Hope, announce the engagement and approaching; man 1 !-, age of their daughter, Jo'Ann; to. SAENGER. Tonite & Saturday A n > i- "S l '.if.Ti*;v,';,<. 2 Big Family, Pictures in Color . For Mom & Dad! nEDMacMURRAYj JOAN WEIDON JiNERICSON ROBERT MIODLETON'MARIE WINDSOR 'W mm & For the Kiddies! f - -!/\" • sB; s WIUIAM ' MAGIG 'RING PIUS! A Irend New '/Serial "The PMrpIs Monster" Hey Kid?! PPH'T FOBGit THi 1 '''Wyl&^pp 1 Con^st Sotwrday ., Childern Under 12 , l-r£F r t~\'Wr t ffSf f rv ( 8 ' <T* ^«y J*~ ~ sy-'.^'-'dRii 1 ^*^ '• r//,. College Notes On September Dlh Miss Sarah Lou Key, a first year student at the Arkansas Baptist School of Nursing in Little -Rock, was awarded a full scholarship by the District Nurses Association of Little Rock She is a 1057 honor graduate of Hope High School. Miss Key is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, James L, Key, Coming and Going Mr, and (Mrs. F. A. Dempsey arc visiting her sister Mrs. Lalia Packard and daughter, Kathy. • Mrs. F. R. Johnson has left for Mindcn, La. where she will join •Miss Margaret Arnold anci two otho rladies for a motor trip through New England. .Mrs. Fred Formby of Little Rock has been the guest of M'rs. Mable Hanson the past two days and also visited other friends in Hype.' Miss Barbara LaGronc was the overnight guest of Miss Alice Lyle in Tcxark'ana on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F." J. Burroughs will go'. to Texarkana tonight to meet Jane who is a student at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, in. Ft. Worth, Texas. She will spend the weekend in Hope. Hospital Notes Branch •Admitted: Mary Sampson, Fulton, ^•Discharged: Mrs. Martin Fox and baby boy, Texarkana, Ark. <>'; Memorial ^'Admitted: )Mr. Albert •>BoswelI, ( Jr,, Rt, 2, Rosston, Mrs, Cecil E" Smith, Fulton, Retha Cooper, Hope' Earsccll Isle'y, Hope. Discharged: M'r. A. L. Park, Hope, Earnest Booker, Rt. 2, Hope, Pearl Fulce, Hope. Mr. and Mrs, Cecil E. Smith of Flillon, Arkansas announce the arrival of a baby boy September 26, 1958- Faubus Hurls More I Accusations LEXINGTON, Ky, CAP — Gov. 'Orval E, Faubus has accused tho federal administration of trying 'o Disrupt Arkansas' industrialization program because of the ''social situation," , He apparently referred to clasn- es between the federal government and himself over Integra- Faubus said he started the State's industrialization in his first term, The program worked successfully until the integration program came along, he said, Faubus made his remarks yns- terda,y during the report of the Industrial Development Committee of the Southet'1 Governors Conlu 1 - ence, • 'He was committee chair* roan, Scenes From Wednesday's Annual Third District Livestock Show Parade * - > , • . . ~>,., „','., -<, , ' -i.-.yvSia&Sl 'sJt :&',? A. . > . — All Photos & Kngravtngs by Hope Star NASHVILLE terra Pii-rrt Club float-*' - MISS ei.-irk County, Llhda Sue Guytin MISS Hospitality, Glenda Htlckabee CLOWN,, a Rodeo Performer LIONS Club Float Prescott News niVic PR'^-'N UlAlt THEATRE TON ITI - Sot - Sun ShS'time 7iOO p, mi 2QREAT RO(CK ' BIG5HOW f»'ffujyfff-fs RICHARD EGAN . , , 'r " "Mount Moriah'Cemetery Association Me e ts A meeting o fthe Mount Moriah lemetery Association was held on unclay with much interest in the maintenance of the grounds. Mount Moriah is one of the oldest cemeteries in this section of the state, Plans for funds was discussed and a financial statement was given, Bob Fairchilds was added to the finance committee to accept donations in that locality. Mr, and Mrs, Charl e s Thomas Entertain Rotarians At a regular mectjng of the Rotary Club Tuesday at the Lawson Hotel, Bill Gates had charge of the program. He introduced Mr, and Mrs, Chas, Thomas as his guest entertainers. Mr, Thomas operated the projector showing the slide pictures made on their tour of Europe recently. Mrs. Thomas gave a description of the pictures shown from the time they left Pipe Bluff until their return, The pictures were made in England, France, Germany, Italy and Belgum. The program was interesting and very informative. Visiting Botarians were Vic Cotab and Buster Barwick of }iope, Guest of George Tanner was Roy Ayers Jr, of Little Hock ar)d Mr, Watkins of Texarkana was a" guest of WaJ- lace Sage. Mr, and Mrs, Calvin Panner and children of Ft. Worth, Texas wore the weekend guests of hi? parents M'r, and Mrs, c, G, Danner, iMr. and, Mrs, IJarreJ} fftnos, jyfr. and Mrs, Wilburn WWJs, 3Vlr. and Mj's, JUifus Form'by and Kenny, My. and Mrs, Bill Bollon, CWlon. Yancey, Johnny Yanccy, Everett Wavdi Rufus Rcnfrp, G, JS, .Tanner, Miss Medius Avery a,nd Wu Aver/ were among those from prescoit who attended, the Ai'k'^aylor foot* ball game in kittle Rock. Saturday, jyjr. and Mrs, Pst fore ,ancl §har- jt)on ha.ve retuvned to HalUsburff, Miss, after a visit with- M'r. 'and. M.VS, J. V, i''orp and, MVS, ). g, . Mr, and Mys. ^orp spent weekend in Wttlg p«ck with pcmis and saw th? game. the gtji of, lije MP*^* ISi J in Pot Spring? M°« ; day a.t the ^r sey Ljje, JJj-s,. Wayne 'l?|py« §? ucc gjeyf Mfs. WftUo 'JgUis,'. J^p. 1 ^d V« el " and daughters, spent the weekend in Shrovoport as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G, E, Delanoy and Mr. and Mrs, Emmelt Dalton, Rev, Seldon' Blackburn, L. J. Bryson, Bert Wingficld and Mrs. Ray Peachey nttended a district meeting at the First Christian Church in Arkadelphia Sunday, Mr, and M'rs. Dick Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward, Mr, and Mrs. Adam Guthrie Jr., Dr, and Mrs, L, J. Hari'cll, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Caveness, Dan Mitchell, Ernest Jameson, Larry Jameson, Al Plyler, Clyde Hesterly and Russell Moberg saw the Ark J BayJor game in Little Rock Saturday. 'McCASKILL'S RCI float' Mr .and 'Mrs. Jriorvey Bemis returned M'onday from Little Rock where they Have been the guests of relatives, Mr, and Mrs, John W, Pavis and Mrs. Robbie Wilson wore the week end guests of Mr, and Mrs, Scott Smith and Scott Jr, in 'Little* Rock. 'Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Moore of Houston visited their parents, Mr, anci Mrs. Carl White and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Moore during the week end, The man who achieved the first airplane flight in Canada was John A. D, JVfcCurdy ip 1909. .Awl lie was the first IQ complete successfully a flight py a British subject, any- "lerp in, the British cpmmon' wealth. ;, Pefendant ^^fc^y**!**** "i t^'f\ "** ^ £ i ;Gould Read Their Minds By RICHARD O'REGAN BERLIN (API — Six spectators in a courtroom in suburban Berlin raised their hands, Yes, Ihoy told the judge, they were willing to have thrlr rnlnds read by the man on trial, They wrott six questions and handed them to the bench. '-Thy judge turned to Gerhard Belgardt, 30, otherwise known PS ''llunus- fen II, Germany's No, 1 mind reader." The cbnrge ygainst BQlgarcil was; HQ had {swindled funds in private sconces by professing to give ncsvs of missing relatives. Toe judge: "What is on tht^fffst piece of pap'er?" Belgardt: "The lady is asking about her sister. She is an.inch taller, blonde, considerably young' er, and works in a public building," The questioner; "That's right, My sister works ss a medical aS' Distant." The Judge; "What is on the next paper?" Beigardt: "The man has asked about his son. 'He will curve along well in school." The rnan: "Correct," The judge: ''The next question' or is a city detective. What hay he written?" Bolgardt, heslilating: "Po asks about his rnothpr or hh grandmother, f 'inye no contact. KitlH'v (lie question is phony or she js, Rains,Halt Stofe LITTLE, rains*brought cotton nrcl rice hnr vesting activity |o <i hail in "Arkansas last week ;w" land lion for winter crops htill , Is nt a standstill in most coi'nliiis t bo Crop reporting Service said to- cause oi wet soil, the federal-slate Crop leporting Service said .today. Lute soybeans benftll'.od fi,prn the moisture and arc fiuiting ily, the agency suid in its weekly crop bulletin Cotton needs a period of sunny weather to assure full fruiting pnd to onabie resumption of> the hor- veil. The rice harvest is expected to resume full scale us soon as field conditions permit, c'cad The man bus suffered long —a conconti'tiUon camt/? Is that correct?" The detective, 1 "Correct. I asked about my grandmother She is dead I was In a conc-cntraUon oamp." Thrcv further riucftlloiis wore nskecl iintl flcjgardt (jot the an* swers T relatively right, The judi'.o; "J so v no evidence that ficlgat'dl lias deiibumtely cheated, people, Tlio expefimenls in court, particular!/ that with the detective, indicate that the uc- cusod has a certain validity to his claims a<* a mind rcadur. Caso dismissed." . Hnnussen If. ombrucin^ his wife: <'I had forsccn thai I would " : freed," f\ff f\ A k-i'* J*f't E* n 2 -9 A, M;Til 5 P, Bring this certificate arid Sl.pO rjlus-tax and reqeivo a OF Sterling. SiJyej--^|q^'M with a >A\ JO kt, g With «AJN8OW like 9 ifUO.QO diamoncl. ' CQW^AflJ?; \v\\\\ yoiur gpnuiiWJ warnpflds ^ sou if you can teJJ tho ilifference. f IVIS-Y^Afi SRHV- ttAN'EBB on Uil; beautilul rj **;>• f^ fe'iSf^l ^J^j," 4_-'<BVt ,/W> - .'_„„ .. i: '&%ifc»wytwt*:&>&-* < & ^M§>,^ .«w^.p«^-«»,ft^^ Lv.-^f^fc;r,vrs4;;':j)^-|^;;^ ,'M ^^^ A Klc'SR^ifi©7f stB Rl?J S^EQ^^'Si'^M'" PRANCING Prdscott Band GARDENIA Garden Club,entry , \'M NATIONAL Guard8 v Parade ' ' *^'P>S'','^?%'^*ZT^'"'^ r ' ' FBAJORE TIME ' 1:13 -3:25 - 3:37 s 7;26. AIENGER The West Never Knew a Stranger Story r ~ ~ T ^ Screen Has Seldom Seen a More Powerful One! COLLINS , £ i _ v « i" '"'^- ' V

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