Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 9, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1958
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V-'x*.fl!-s v /.,3U r li 9* HOM STAI, NO? I, ARRANIAI ffcife C1ETY Pn6H§ 7-34§1 §«tW8SH § A.M. The Jr.-Sr. Migfi VTA will meet Thursday, Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. at the Jr. High ScHool, a special rheetihg at Garlahd School Thursday October S at ?:30 P frf. 'Aft}' motfier iflferestea \ti be- comihg a deh mother and forming tie\v dens are urged to attend. Cub Seoul Maslei'S) Clyde Coffee, and Ladi-ohe William's dslt lhat all deh mothers of Pack 62- attehd The SpTiilg Mill PTA will meet in the High school auditorium Thursday, Ocl- 9 at *7:30 p.m, Mrs, Frank King will be the guest CONGRATULATIONS TO MISS FUSE BROACH) Hope, Ark, Winner of the $50,00 Bond Given By Friendship Egg Farm —- EVERY MONTH — Buy These Fresh Eggs In Hope From Moore Bros. • Eula's Grocery Barry's Gro, • Moxley's Gro. Bakers Food Store • Quick Sack speaker. Pol Jiiek supper will be served af 6:30. Mrs. Lands' Sunday School Class wHl have fioi luck supper in the Fellowship Mall «t the Hope Dos- Thursday, 0et. I) at f p.-m. pHdsy t dctbber 10 the chotfll Sfffitp of the Friday Music Club will meet Friday ( Oct. 10, at 4 p.m. in the holtie of Oarrett Story. The nth and Gth grade Country Club tJanc-e will be hbld Friday, Oct. 10 from ?:.10 ti5) 10 p.hi, ttosls will be Mr. and Mrs. Dick Watklns, Mr .and Mrs. Brack Schenck and Mr. and M'rs. Sam Strong. Monday, October 13 • There \vil Ibe a general meet!vg of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church Monday. Oct. 13 at 2130 p.m. at the church. An executive committee meeting will be at 2 p.m. % Firemen's Auxiliary • Meets In Hollis Home Mrs. Joe Mollis .was hostess to the Fireman's Auxiliary, Tuesday night, at her home. It was attractively decorated with arrangements of roses, selbsia and lilies. Plans were made -for serving dinner to those attending ithe District meeting of 'Fii'cmen. which will.be held in Hope Oct.-21, Several games were played and the winners wore Mrs, Waddle Cunningham. Mrs. rfoe Bon Webb. Mrs. Jim Cobb. Mrs. Carroll Yocom and AfrS. bovsey Huckabep. The hostess served n salad, a dessert and coffee or cold drinks to those attending. , At thp" close of the VrteetinS fhe hostess" served a dfrlfeous cUsswrt plate with coffee to 18 members and one guest, Mr*. Floytl Fuller. Circle t WSCS of the Virst Mrllv odisl Church met in ',lic home fif Mrs J. Ross Mooro on M-nulny afternoon with Itrs I 1 it. Webb c6-hos(ess. ^he irieeling opened with t>tffip$r by M^ Johnny Ciirert Circle leader, wlio nlio presided over the business, Mrs. John Vnsey prnvp n very inspiring devotional on '"Pravt-r." Mrs C. V. Nunn Sr. presented two news itf-ms on local youth in Chris' tinn work. Mrs, Moore had charge of thp program Subject "Methodism ill Red China. A delicious dessert plate and Cotfep were served to 18 members present. Mrs. George Newb e rn Hostess to Circle 2 Circle 2 of WSCS mrl ill the home of M'rs. George Newbern on Monday afternoon nt ,'1 p.m. Mrs. H. T. White, chairman, opened thp tnooliiig with prayer and pn pid"d over the ^business session. The week of prayer Was'announced fur Oct. 27-31, Mrs. Giles Foster' iiav a very inspiring Worship, uxim; as her theme "Christ Sermrin on the Mount." Mrs. John ArtmUl closed with prayer. Taking part on the. proeiam wpro Mrs, E, M. Rucki'j 1 and Mrs Charles Harrell. who prepmted work on; WSCS in tho .Carribcan nren. Luthisc MoflamoW HSSt to Ouptlfc,1t§ §Hdae Chitt and Going Luther Hollamon was host to the Duplicate Blldge Cl'ib at His homr on Oet fi Red nt*cs \v\-*rc used throughout the rooms as floral decorations Peftnufs, popcorn and pink lemonade \vcrft served from a buffptl overlaid wi'.h a rod linen cloth and enhanced with grhy cnhdlcs in wrought iron holders. Othpr table appointments were silver. .Eight tables of players participated in the evening entertainment with these teams scoring high: 1st, ( Mis. Marie Hondrlx and Mrs, tla'r-j ry Hawthorne, 2nd, Sydney IMc- Math and .It-rry O'Npnl; 3rd, Mr. ahd M'rs. fi. I 1 . Young Jr.; 4th, Mike Kelly and Mr. Hollamon: r>th. Dill VVray and Mrs. R. T. Wilson. Thr> group honored 'Miss Klizn- both Bridewell, who is leaving for Kuropc next month, with a going awny shower. Slip was the recipient of many lovely gifts from her fellow club members. At the conclusion of the evening dessert and coffee were sei'bed. Among >he mtf of lowti fritwla find rctallvtig Attending the funeral of ChaHe* Clark were the follow itiit: 5(1 rs. S. A. TnyJor of Mont Clnir, CnllF.; Mrs, tJoyle firuce, Alhtimtorrt, Calif.; !Mr. mid Mf-s. iWard Tn.vlrvf, TeJtnvfcatin; Mr. rtnd Mrs. Miiflh Ptiftt-11, Slirevoporl Ml-, nnd MM. Tortt T*«rlell Shi-eve* \rnri: Mr. nhd Mrs, Jot- Clni'U, Oklnhottin City, Okla, Those from Hut Springs were Mr. ahd Mrs. M 15. Thoinns. M'r. niid Mrs .TiTnmtfs Shnekclfttrd, Mr, Htid Mr*. Hoy Shnrklfford, Atr, nnd Mrs. Ttollis ShiicMford, -Mrs. Viola Cuss (the! Mrs. Ra.V Woodnt. Friends nhd rblnllvps iilso nttt-iulod from Atngnolln, Stephens, Wnldo, nnd Bossier City, La. Mr, nod Airs. Virierhl foster, h.ive returned linmi 1 from LilUf 1 Hook whore Mr, Foster wns thi* presiding officer nl Hie ;Wlh nn- ( mini convention of the Arkansas > Urnl Estate Assn., Oct. 0 and 7.1 At (his meeling, he wns jtlvi-n for- nial recognition fo rliis initstnnd- ing leadership. vision and ability as president of the Assn in lO'ifl, Notes Miss Mn*)ori«! Crthndft, daughter of M<*. nrtd M'rs. Foster Canhoti of Sarfltotfn hris boon ndmftted f't the Schmti of American Studies fil HnrdlnR College In Sonrey. Miss Cnnnnn, fl senior \vhn Is majoring In ncdotmtinR, is one of five- wo- , men ndmitifd to ihr» School oft Artidrloan 'Studies this year- for the first <U<tiP nt HnrcHhtt College. Hospital, Notes Branch Admitted; 'Mniler itnrnos If. Hhodes, If ope; letift fyit*. Hope. Mow tfart WhtlV, '&... Aiktrvs, IfdrJe} ttmteH ,_ ffopcr M'rs. Jo* !». Wlftctfc ttf. tfopo; ,f6steott Jftint,'Hit^fij M e itiec1fif Atlrtilttedi Mrs. Shevmnn Cox, Ht. 3 Hopes Miie Ola Toiliver, Mrs. Charles Klmbcrly of Austin Texas, is visiting the Don Westbrook family here. YOUR HAIR Can Be Years IN JUST MINUTES DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON Pho. 74118 EDITH - 9. Main DIANE GIRLS — coCB^ir-- $8.50 j MAffHA'S'- BIAUTY SHOP Befiffld CHil •4014 SSO FRAN'S TAP-BALLET-BALLROOM ' ACROBATICiBATON^ Special Classes fof f Iny .TdtSU PR 7-4335 r. • John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7-4616 HOPE; ARK. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY 4 SATURDAY YOUR FRIENDLY IPANA Always Call For Your S&H GREEN STAMPS When you Trade at 1 COX'S 69c Size 2 TUBES FOR, ........ Toilet Soap "WOODBURY" (Limit ;OLA>VITOL .< VITAMIN SOLUTION Mixes 1 with food easily. For'-infants ' ,. ^ i ft ' & children^ " . T'flV' 4-fluid 02.-. .- I "\ '• Pleasant Tasting Multi Vitamin V ELIXIR a Helps regain-appetite. Adults and convalescents pint. bottle...,.....' CREAM AMD STURDY METAL "*, H^ndy thumb' action release, i Countless uses. Its $5.00 VALUE! ;BIMSATI PIPES Friendship Garden r "OLOGN by Shulion !A Party, LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC j i., >-, ,,*,» ; -^ -. '..^ -= , '< V , \ -;«.>, I 14-Qunce bottle : . ! , AQUA VELVA — ?• styles,;....,.,.. ...... 4-9 1 wring ~ '.* & lilF. EASY PAY TIRE STORE SOFA BED • CLUB CHAIR SET OF MATCHING PILLOWS OTTOMAN * COFFEE TABLE TWO END STEP TABLES PAIR LAMPS • PICTURE Modern style group with the easy living — corrfort touch — and the sofo is a real>elp — quickly made ready when needed for an.'extra bed. Soft comfortable club chair with ottoman is just the thing for wotching'your Admiral TV." The nev< end .step tables; will really' look nice with, the two beautiful.lamps and the coffee table sprs-off the group. The picture completes this wonderful living room outfit and you have more for your money from Easy Pay Tire Store then ever before. $14 DOWN $ 2 WEEK 'Beginner ROLL REG, $28,95 EACH SEIEERLIND Super-Service . CLOCK RADIO LigHt, itjffj end strong. | For use ' indoors & he Snibcr.Ung lire is designed for WITH yiTAMIN C , 24c N $'~ " ' '"""" ' YIGK'S COLD DRY SKIN LOTION $230stee for,,,,, |(;uard Guarantee jig ti.mft or Npy?r hs? ?»ph a qyality TY , been ?Qld at such g $mgll prise! , All rhe "Super" F.ggturg? i Regular $29,95 SOFA BED Only ' Feur eguar Ssfa Bed? Jefh Still *JU »nly buy, sr, yg«r Money $4 SOWN ' Wi«K

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