Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 17, 1958 · Page 3
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October 17, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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Grass !$ the •ite FUM SrMs of the Uwtsa §ial«, ill fustfifte both a fid Wildlife. TODAY ONLY 1959 Ford : reo Movie Party i SEE the New 1959 FORD at the HOPE AUTO COMPANY Get Your FREE Ticket to See a Movie the Whole Family will Enjoy N • PI I f A I. ft 0 91, A H A M IAI CIETY B«!w««fi i A>M* intf 4 P.M. , stUdy 6f tJhiirdll cfctefi' j sioh tot Worrier! of Prcsbytefiafi (Church Will rheel at the home of Mrs. Ched Hall at 2 b. m. Mentiay, 6ct6bep 2d Circle a WSCS of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, SATURDAY ONLY Big Double-Feature 1 1OWIE rtrtj Oct, 20 at 7!3D pan. in Ult* of Mrs. Wade Senefield. Uvs. Paul Sain will be co'liostoss. AH ifllar* eslittg and informative program has been planned and all members are urged to attend. Octebef i^th. at $<&} p. m. iff the SaHUifify, Mfs. Stifus Soffeils did" ft solo after which .Mrs; i, G. ton" pfeisidefU, presided oVdf Hie business session, At this lime she Fine Year for Sweet Potatoes Wesleyatt Service Guild study group on "Middle East" will have the final session Monday October 20 at 1 p, m, at the First Meth» odist Church, Notice The hostesses for obert house after the Fairviewjiope football game at the country club to night are; Mr, nad Mrs, Bill Gunler, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Burton, Mr. and M'rs. Oiie Olson and Luther HolU oman. ABBE LANE FRANCIS LEDERER* TECHNICOLOR* ' I LATE SHOW SATURDAY 10:45 Practical Nurses At City Hall The Practical Nurses met in the court room at the city hall Tuesday at 7:30 p, m. with 16 present. During the business meeting jlans were made for the practical nurses state convention which will be held in Camden in November. Mrs. Alvin (Robertson was chosen to represent the Hope Chapter but all members were urged to attend. Dr. Forney Holt was 'the guest speaker. Ethers and drugs were the topics of his speecli which was very helpful and interesting. feaci n idltef froiii Ihd Sthte Idcht, Mrs, M, E, Scott of "Sjiii-i llifli Life fliid Pfd.Vcf fielftJal," afid calling altemioft io the itldetiHg to- be held at Aldersfate Odldbef 28< 30th, Circle coutit was takett wilh Circle No. 3 having Ihd most pt-c- sent. A Study session to be held at the church November 8, 10, 13, and Ifth Wdr6 ahnoUiiced by Mrs. L. B, Tooie,v. "The week of Prayer," devotional will start November 2?th was announced by Mrs, (Jal* Jie Ward. Mrs. f. C, .Crow prescntdd a program "Celebration of the loth Birthday of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, by the United Nation General Assembly, given In three jDarts, P. A. D, by Mrs. Cecil Weaver, World Health by Mrs, Edward Aslln, Libbia a New World of Independence by Mrs. R. L. Broach, This was high lighted by n guest speaker, Joe Grain, who Was a representative of the Little Rock Conference Na* tiorlai Seminar at the United Nations. . The meeting was closed with prayer by WSCS president, Mrs. J. C. Carllon. f- * * n i ' • '&£'* 3-f ^^H,^i - 1 , f^"*^ 1 ?' 4if) «"J,. if. W. S. C. S'. Me e ts In Santuary ,The W. S. C. ,S. .of the First •Methodist Church met 'Monday UBLE HORROR! DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE TONITE SAT-SUN DOUBLE FEATURE URSUIJ OFTHf GBAf SPfF -1 PLUS — * * « « * * * ALSO; Color Cartoon Tea Honors Senior Class .GIHs A tea for the girls In the.Senior Class at Hope High School was given by Chapter AE of Hie PEO on Tuesday, Oct. 14, in the high school cafeteria, !Mrs. Franklin Horton was in charge of the program on "The EducationaTLoan Fund" and "Cottoy College," A clever skit about Cottcy College was enacted by Mrs. Carl Hinton and Mrs. B. N. Holt. Mrs. W. Y. Foster presided'at the tea table which was covered with a cloth in, attractive fall colors and centered with an arrange, ment of marigolds. Cookie i and cold drinks were served to faculty members and about 30 girls in the Senior Class, • • • — Slut'. Photo & ngrnvlng FINE YEAR for sweet potatoes as evidenced by the grotesque pair aboVe. These were grown,by 'J. D; Hall'of 'Highway 29, south and combined'weight Is nearly nine pounds, Several even larger ones were reported earlier by the Star i The top one , has the-ap- pearartce of someone sitting 'In a reclining position while the bottom one appears to have an arm with hand In a pocket, Tuesday Bridge ' Club Meets in Coop Horns •Mrs. Tom Wardlow and Mrs. Lloyd Coop were hostesses to three tables of bridge at the Coop home on Tuesday, Oct. 14. Lovely dahlias celosia, and zinnias were used to decorate the playing rooms, Besides the Tuesday Bridge Club other guests were Mrs. H. E. Cooper, • Mrs. Tom Kinser, Mrs, Tom Middlebrooks, 'Mrs. Harold Brents, MVs. Mike Kelly and Mrs, Charles Karrcll. For the club members. Mrs. S. L. Murphy won the high score prize and "Mi's. Middle•brooks received high score prize for the guests. At the conclusion of play, the hostess served a salad plate to her guests. to THE GREAT AMERICAN NOVEL OF THE CIVIL COMES TO THE WITH ALL IT'S PLQR & GLORY OF [THE OLD SOUTH! GIRLS — .. ,, -. .New.F.iesTA*ftv. -, .. COLD WAVES $8.50 Guaranteed MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOP Behind Child* Phone 7-4014 220 S, Shover SUNDAY ADULTS , , , 75e CHILDREN , , , 25? COL, ADULTS , 50c Jo Ann Huett TEACHER OF BATON ' Enroll 10 A. M, Saturday Openings In All Age Groups FRAN'S SCHOOL OF DANCE • Baton • Tap • Ballet • Ballroom 901 So, Main •> PR 7-4335 Jo Ann-Roberts Honored With Miscellaneous Shower On Tuesday, Oct. H, Mrs. Hugh Garner, Mrs. Lester Boyce, Mrs. Ed Turner and Mrs. Elmore-Betts honored Miss Jo Ann Roberts, bride-elect of Wilbur H. Bolding, wilh a miscellaneous 'bridal shower in the home of Mrs. Hugh Garner of Spring Hill. 'Miss Roberts , was presented a corsage of a single white rose which she pinned on a lovely trousseau frock of red lace. 'Miss Janet Rae Roberts was in charge of the guest book where 30 guests were rcRistered. The lovely gifts were displayed in the dining room where-'beautiful floral arrangements of marigolds acccn- tuatcd*"theHa>blc "whei i e' 3 cake and cold drinks were served to the guests. meeting was opened >by prayer, The minutes were rend nnd' approved. Mrs. Graydon Anthony read- the president's message. Treasurer, Mrs. Al Park, gave the treasurer's, report, stating, that the P. T, A. paid membership was steadily growing. The P. ,T. A, is stating that the participation, and it is hoped by. our next meeting every Interested citizen and parent will be_a pledged .or,paid member. Membership Chairman Mrs. Graydon Anthony, ,told .the group Mrs. Merritt's 7th gr;idc had 100 per cent paid membership at this time. Announcement was made by the program chairman, Mrs. Homer Bcycrly, of the November meeting, which' will be 'a night meeting in order toJg'ive the fathers an opportunity, to''attend. Mrs. Fred^'EHis reminded the group of the 'Study Group Session Now! Add All Product! Automatically f . = HUGE TRADE-INS! Ju»» pre-load new Dispetisomnl with detergent, blench, water conditioner, fabric) softener. It iidcls them to wnsh nnd rinfle ... nl^nt proj)cr lime... all autotnaticallyl Puts new life into clothes! "FABRIC FORMULA" WASHING Gives you choice of 2 wnsh .s|>ee<Js, 2 spin speeds, 2 time cycles, 3 wntcr tomporn- tures. Enables you to meet the special demands of every type load. New Fabric Dial gives you the proper "formula", at a ' glance. FLEXIBLE, too. Settings can bo changed io satisfy personal preference, Plus. ^ • New "Fabric Formula" 2-Speed Agitator • Automatic Jint removal • Super Rinse • Round-The-Clock Timer • 5-Year < - Warranty on Transmission Components See It Demonstrated Today! '•<}/ " ff t.ifl " ' '* ts * f ' S I, • Yard of t n e Mcnth Winn e rs Announced The Hope F.eduistion of Garden Clubs announce.' the following winners in thp Yard of the Month selections for Oo'.obcjv: Ward 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robins, 401 S. Walker, Ward 2 — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glanton, 1002 W, 7th. ' Ward 3 — Mr. and Mrs, R, U, Moore, 316 N, Washington, Ward 4 and Oa!;havcn — Mr. and Mrs. C, F, StiJl.-N, Hazel; Beverly Heights — Mr, Hughes, 50G vV, and Mrs, 10th, Southland which will be held in the Home economics Cottage at 2:30 p. m. October 16. Mrs. L, B. Tooley will be the speaker. AU parents ' arc urged to attend this meeting: 'Mrs, Homer Bcyerly introduced Mr, Earl Downs who discussed the 3% ;sales-ibpn'eXHs,^to,the .isphools,. after which there was a group discussion. Coming and Going James Montgomery of Corohudo Calif, returned to his hqme on Tuesday after spending 'Hie past three weeks in' Hope with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. D\ Mont- !Mrs, Buddy Necl and son, Lyn fire visiting in Arkadelphia wjt her parents, Junior-Senior P, T, A. Meets In Auditorium , ,The Junior-Senior P. T, A- met Thursday, October 6, at the "Junior High'aydjtorjum ,with M'rs, George Wright,' president, presiding- The Prom the First Baptist Churc Of ,Hopc the following attended Regional Sunday School Confcrenc of Southwest District, Arkansa Baptists, held in Te?carkana Wed ncsday: iDiv John McCIanahan M'rs,, Henry Hayncs, Mrs. M, £ Batps, Mr, and Mrs, Hubert Thfas Mrs. Phinis ^ Herrjng, Mrs, Cee O'£teen, Mrs, Leonard AJyis, Mrs J. B." Ellis and lMrs,,,Jimm"ie Mille Among the speakers heard by ih group was Or- S, A. Whitlow o Little Rock, formerly of Hope. Third Class Petty Officer aw H_rs, Don M/ont^omery of Holt ville, Calif-, are spending a twenty day leave here W jth his parents Mr, and Mrs,' Ralph Montgomery "Pall Fashions" was the' thomc of the flower show in Nashville Thursday put on by the Tm'8 Fjrma Garden CJuto. In attendar from the^Ulac Garden CJuto of Hope were'Mrs. p. W. Edwards Mrs. Lloyd Kinsrd, and Mrs. Car: Grcenlce. From'the Hope RQSQ Garden Club svere M.rs, G- Hyghes,, Mrs, Aline Johnson, M'rs. L. P, Baj-num, Mrs. A, B, Spj-a. gjns, Mrs. GarrpH glory and Mrs, J. C. 'Csrltou. iM^mujtjf (fa.&i$**.' jy#*'( ^ffljSa*' ? rocniT.. met nus ot hank S«ffi*fi?«P. ^P'n^^^I* r- •" V> i i , J5r, and Mrs, James jtVelsQn °l San Carlos, California are visits fng M.r, and M'rs, f, M. H°i1on, A fa,mj}y reunion at the Horton Horjjp on Frfcjsy ajso.,incjuded M,r, a'nd Mr§, Colonel Jy'elson, of Qklajprrja, JghPrng. Mr- arid Mrs- BQJJ 'e#as, Mf, and Mr?, W. M. f an<} sgn, gill of Bly$e* rs, ~W. W-_ Qore pf gismpg is |^an jryjn o| NashyUJe. Mrs, Don H§|J " "' ipg the gra^p o Hsspital Notes Pld §an%& fll. g, §«Umi, Te^aj 1 ^ l\- Foster^ flt. 1, , Mrs- G.WW*), ftQ?^ pg," Hops,. Mf Qjuv ' , AJvJjj fiutlpr, |fl, -t" Mr, J5» fi- Sl4o» 214 E. Second St. CANNON TOWEL J Bring in your oldest, clean towel and w«' /?| wjJl exchange it for a brand new towel! • New washing shortcuts ,, , How and when to use nfw,,, v V| wpnder products,,, "f roof Positive" demonstration! on your own towel,,, Free! "Fabric Facts" Booklet,! _ BETTY PAGAN IJome EJconomist and Jva4pdj-y JSxjwt? - _• -fl - will give yo^ pragUesl infQrmatJqn'' ,'.-[ abpuL the neyy washday products and, ' \'j Q^re'pf eJot^s, incjudinf syiUhfi-ie?,' / PICK ^0UR TPJ! IRIN© YOMl Pfmpnstrqtjpns Saturday At-

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