Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 9, 1958 · Page 4
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October 9, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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HOPI JTAJ. MOM. At! AMI AT . Oelstaf f, 111! Prescott Hews "'Jl/r1l6Miefil6r f>tA flic Junior • Senior PTA met on fhlifsday atfcinoon, Oct. 'i with Ihe president. Mi* P A.. Escaire, -Itev. Alfred OeRlnck gave the ihvocfttion. Tin- secretary. Mis. Allen Eiskinc Jr , ir-nd the mm- lH8s of the prrvious meeting Mis. Vcrnoh Buchanan gave Ihe lions- lifers report. Mrs Wayne Kiev, membership chapman repni led Oil the mcmbeishlp drive The Senior class won Ihe conlrst Mrs Elt-y tirged all class icpiosentn- tlVCS lo contest patents who h.ivc not yet joined (he P T A. as the desired goal Hns not been rcachrtl Parent education ch.nrman. Mrs. Harold HehdriX, jmiimmcorl thai a study course on "Knowing Our Youth' would br held Thursday. October 9 al 2l3() p m. at the high school. .Finance cbairmnn. Mrs. Vernon Buchanan anivumced Ihe f T. A. dinner Which is to be held . on Thursday night. October 10 at ' Hie high school r.-ifrlerlii. Mrs. I Walter Tonnel! Is lickct chairman for the bfiki- auction l<« be held In 1 connci'li'in with the dinner. Mrs Ksrarre nlilioiinced that Ihv next P. T A. meeting would ')<• held on November -I due to !l»' teachers meeting. Sin- also reminded members of the fall dlsiiii't conference which Is l.> be held at Harmony Grove OctoiuT H> The scninr class was winner in the room count. Tilmnn Wilson introduced the speaker. Harvey SiH'll. who gave a most informative talk on "The Challenge of Civic Lfgisliilon in the Schools." Mr. Snell urged all eligible voters lu KU lei Ihf polls ill November and vote tor referred act no. I of l!t">7 which is n cooperation action to keep the 3'. sales tax. MM. SM? „,,.„ §MtJ8« eiuB .,.,•. sfid Mrs. C. R. Ofay _..._. lained the Couples Bridge Club with n dessert-bridge ai their Hdrrie that was decorated with aulUfhft flowers plfic'td a points of vantage throughout Ihe house i High score awards were won by i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. franks. ! Other members included Mr. and Mrs. Earl fippler and Mr. ahd Mrs. O. W. Watklns. Scoop! Bucket Style Handbag Plus Fed. Tax Similar to Picture SECOND and MAIN McCULLOCH CHAIN SAW A real McCulloch professional-quality chain saw at n budget price! New Mue DUO. Powerful. Toviijl>. Weighs only 17 pounds. Direct drive. Plenty of power. Automatic oiling. Lq.w terms. High trade iia. Come in for a. demonstration. Leo's Garage Hope, Arkansas PAY LESS... GET"'"" MORE... Compare Ihc cost of Clabfcer Girl, ounce for ounce, with that of other leading brands ,. You'll be surprised! Clabber Girl is exclusively knowa as the baking powder with the balanced double action . . . balanced for uniformity in both mixing bowl and oven. CLABBER GIRL, BAKING POWDER . Henry Birthday ArinMrSafy Vickl Henry celebrated her 4lh birthday with" a party Riven by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dawsoil Henry, al their home mi Saturday afternoon. Games were played on the lawn Hfler which Ihc 15 gut-sis were invited into the dining room where Vicki opened her gifts that were arranged on the table centered with Ihc white birthday cake lop- peel with four blue candles and inscribed Happy Birthday in blue. Miss Kay Henry and Mrs. Herbert Uawson Jr of Little Hock assisted Mrs. Henry in serving ice cream and individual while cakes topped with a miniature clown. Amelia Harrell Takes Top Honors at Baton Twirling Miss Amelia Harell of Prcscotl was iifimed winner of the drum nitijor and two-baton division at the Arkansas Twirlinc Contest held ul the Arkansas Livestock Exposition in Little Hoek. Miss Harrell, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. U J. Harell of Prcscott and drum major of the Prcscott High School band also placed in the senior novelty and senior solo divisions of the contest, which was sponsored by the Arkansas Twirling Association. Miss Harell also holds the title of "Miss Miijorolte of Arkansas," and "State Strutter of Arkansas" awarded by the association earlier this year. Another State Governor Had Tax Trouble LiTfLE ROCK (API—doV. Of- Val E Fnubus is not the Jirst Arkansas governor in i-cccht years lo have his troubles with the In- lernal Revenue Service. In NovetTibt-r. 1951, then Gov. Sid McMath disclosed thai he had paid the federal government $0,1?0 in back income laxes and Ihtcr* cst fur 194J1. 1943 and 1050. McMalh first was elected governor in 11W8 and was re-elected in 1050. His salary and official ekneiises were not involved in the federal government's claim for back lax. Sale of n house at Hot. Springs and some "Iher private transactions did figure. McMath also later paid some addilionnl slate income tax, lev- cd nr a result of the federal set- tlcmcnl. Fntibtis yesterday claimed he was belli 1 .' persecuted by the fed' oral government. McMath made no such assertion j although he said ho believed Uie government was in error. Al the time it was considered n favorite- of the administration of President Harry S. Truman. Arkadelphln Saturday night. Among those from Prescott attending the Aril, • TCU football game in Ft. Worth Saturday were MY. and Mrs. Larry Wahlquist. Mr. and Mrs. John Gulley and son, John Bernard, Miss Mary Jo Hamilton, Miss Jimmie Nichols, Miss Aclclys Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Guthric Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward. Mrs. J H. Bcmis and Rev. J. It. Robertson accompanied Andy Bemis, Bobby Reynolds. Karen Ann Rouse, Carolyn Daniel, Jane Nelson. Sunnye Moris. Jean Buchanan and Jean Cunningham to El Dorado Saturday where they attended a 'Presbyterian District Pioneer Meeting. A'Ir. an dMrs, Gene Hale and Steve motored to Little Rock Saturday and attended the Arkansas Livestock Show. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Woosley Jr. and son of Stamps have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Ward, Mr. and ! MYs. Charlie Pye and .E. R. Ward | attended funera Iservices for Dr. L. C. Barnes in Hamburg Sunday. Mrs. C. D. Ward, Mrs. Foy Box- Miss Alice Grimes, Miss Lila Grimes and J. W. Grimes attended funeral services for Dr. L. C. Barnes in Hamburg Sunday. Sidney Parker Davis Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Davis of Prcscott, was one of 16 men students admitted to membership in the U of A Chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society. Mr. and Mrs. Dwifiht Scott of Little Rock were the week end guests of Mrs. H. V. Scott and M'iss Carol Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Cuss McCaskill spent the weekend in Little Rock with their daughter, Mrs. Bob Robertson and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Logan and Miss Julia Logan attended funeral services for R, L. Gosncll in Hope Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Roboy and Cus attended the Henderson College of Oznrks football game in Legal Notice No. 8137 In the Chancery Court of. Hcmpstead County, Ark.. BETTY J. S. JOHNSON.... Plaintiff: vs. DELBERT G. JOHNSON Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, DELBERT G. JOHNSON, Is warned to appear in .ih'l's court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the iPlain- tiff, BETTY J. S. JOHNSON. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 6th clay of October. 3958. ..Clara Byors, Clerk. By Kathcrine B. Lauterbach, D. C, (SEAL) W. S. Atkins, Attorney for Plaintiff C. V, Niinn, Attorney Ad Liten Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30, 1058 bewitching in playtex living bras completely colorfast lift '. ^ Iven If yeu wash them tdplher with whitt, : ^*,. ?layt«x living bras are guaranteed nat to run or bleed. And, anly Am*Hea't #.l .^y'" bra glvft* you these exclusive elastle feature fof all day long; a. Bias-cut elastic side panels self.adjust to yaur evefy metion >w for yeuthful separation Pl.ou and m* th« following! Playl'X b'°» O «.».^- D ™°n«y «rd«r D * INT»flK*no«*(. L*Tf* eOHrOHiTIOH, rfllWTIP IH U I A X "i ® O •> >ti r ijh*-* »«-' iS-v t -f> ^ . * **, Stationary Party Papfr§ •Mqlch Fpld«?r§ ENJOYS READING . . . AND WANTS GOOD BOOKS You'll find at our Grand Opening Friday, October J Oth, the very latest popular fiction, non-fiction, Bibles and cookbooks. We also lave a complete ine qf children's books for all ages,. You are ca- clially invited to come in and browse around- and see our .complete 'ine of books, gifts, and toys. • SEE OUR DISTINCTIVE GIFT UNES HALLMARK CARP5 WHITE & WYCQFF STATIONERY PRINCES GARDNER PURSES & BILLFOLPS WOPPWARE PARTY PAPERS PY PAKAY PARTY FAVQRS Paers OCT. 10th toy? ' Staffed flnima's TW u ^G^'^^YV'«£>^^T*;S-».3'v •v -*-:-«! <*> till

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