Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 20, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 20, 1958
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Twe JLOM..JTAI, NOM, AlftANiAl Prescott News ,->t« i women's flub met Tuesday OVP- hifig at I ho Lawson lintel With 2-1 Jnombpi'S ptf'soht Mrs fir-nlah Johnson gave Ihp invocation ajul - ' M'rs. ftulh ftuehnhari, second vice>i'«- {^(jjjjdpnt presided In (ho absence of (he president, Mrs. ftnbbic Wilson, After the song "Americn the Beautiful" by (he group accompanied at the fiinno by Mrs. Helen '-""Cummings, 'Mrs. iMffc 'Webb hud j'!rt thhvgo of the program., cm Piibtic !„ ..lilelnlians. She 'inlrodtieod Jubn '.-v.feeler, local ibuslfit'SR man, who ' an ' interesllfiK a>id Insi ui>. c talk'on the ptogrdm subject, r*'.*-{During the business" rhet'lmg tnrti- •~* Uteg of'the prevlofls mectina wr-re ** fead by Miss EUcn MuHc llul., Fecrctnry and tho treasurer's re"" "port was given by Mis. Ruth Stokes ''" .•Jritcrosing re par Is on the S-jullv wcsl rrecfilfy hMd ift woe given by Mtf, .\|(iMp Ntgre Attorney Slomt Churches Chiimberlain. Miss Frnfier's nlu\ Mrs. l.ollle IIPIV member. Th colle Keiff, wnleorried Clor*l ns n mi-cling closed with the chjb WSCS Has Monthly Thiity members of ,tho WSfIS of Ihe First Methodist 'Church met Oct i.t nt the church .for the wort' thl.v business mel'lidg nnfl program The meeting opened will) Ihe •Wr 've A Story to Tell to Ihr Nntions followed with prnypr by the president, Mrs. P. A. 12 Legal Notice 81.15 Jn the Chancery Court of Following the business session, Mrs, ii. H. McKenzle, secretary nf missionary education, had char' ge of Die program f.or the afternoon The gong "And Crown fhy| CUmd With Brotherhood" Was sting] after whlrh Mrs, •McKyfizI* jis-' sisird by Mrs. W. F.'Ugon, Mrs. Knthrine Bums vs. /Jesse E. Bums Hempstead County, Ark. | Adorn OiilhHe Jr. Mrs.- Bill Wrtrd, Plaintiff; 'Mrs. W. n. llambright ,ind Mrs. An Arkansas Negro attorney took churches lo task yesterday for operating temporfiry high schools while pub- lie schools are closed in T.illlo Hock, Wiley A. Rmnlon nf Pino tiluff. Ark., speaking before the Gaiti- rnore chapter of the National Assri. fof the Advancement of Colored People accused the churches of the Little hock integration cisis. "ThtfSR churches nre rn.iking ii possible for segregationists to find o refuge It) their bfcHle against school integration," Branlon said. The 35-ycar-old attorney said ssgregotlohists are becoming Derate. }fe ciled Ihe /ecc-nt n o? Arkansas Aty. Gen. Rrttco Bennett who suggested legal rt- pHsal pgnlnst ai)y lawyer who filc<? flh 1/it'egftitloft suit, jBranlon slso accused Bonhett of Authorizing police to arrest persons soliciting membership for the N'AACP; Defendant WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Jesse K. Burns is warned to nppear in this court thirty days and answer the {complnlnt of the Plaintiff, Kath- 'j'ine Burns. s * Witness my hand and the seal of -'said court this 2nd day of October 1958. Clara Byers, Clerk By J. P. Byers, D. C. Oct. 0, 13, 20, 27, 1958 Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF 1 THE ESTATE OF [_ "* No. 1213 lit, C. Murphy, deceased Last known address of decedent: 1223 North Ilnzel Street, Hope, Ar kansas. Date of death: September 29, 1958 An instrument dated May 26, 1955, was on the '8tp, day of October, 1958, admitted to probate as [i;,; u, 0 i as t %v jn O f fi lc a boye named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executpr there- yp'dej'! 'A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by '.filing a petition within the time provided by law. - All persons having claimg against tho estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they, shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. , This notice first published ]3th day of October, 1958. Henry C, Murphy, Jr. 009 Troop Road Tyler, Texas Executor Weisertberger & Wilson Attorneys for Estate & Agents • for Service First- National Baijlc Building J$p"e',", Arkansas Oct, 13 and 20, 1958 . Cuss Wnrrcn, prese/ited Ihe program. It w;is nnnouncod ' n program for week of pi aver and self deflia'l would be given on 'Friday, Oct. 31 jit 2:30 p.m. nl the church. Spiritual Life 'Gr6up Me*ts' Tlif October meeting of thc' jtunl Life Group of the Me- thodjsl Church was held on ,Wed» Jicsdny morning in the home of Mrs. J. B. llesterly. Mrs. P. A. ISscnri-c yniced .the opening prnyer and- -Mrs. Alfred Dt-Black presented ''Uic, study on "Faith J;i Actjon" ;ihd closed the meeting u'itb prayer. , Farmers Guest of Rotary Club Efich member of the Rotary Club invited n farmer as guest at the regular luncheon, Tuesday at Lawson Hotel. Maliy sections of the county was represented' by farmers present. Fellowship was enjoyed by 08 allendtng.' Lelanci Dillard, Jlot Springs and Pntill Buchanan of Mngnolilla were visiting Ro- tjirhms. The program was sponsored by George Tanner, County 'Agent who was unable to attend due To illness. New Daniel arranged (be pri^ram and introduced Marvin Vines, state extension agent f9r the Department of Agriculture', guest' speaker. He discussed (be changes in. agriculture during the pn)t 50 years and the possible changes that would be made in (he next '25 years. CWF Eentertalned By Mrs. Frank Dayls Mrs'. Frank Da'vis' en'tprtfiined the Christian Women's ' Fellowship * of ihe First Christian Cjiurch at her 'ionu> in Monday afternoon, ' ' Mrs. Dennis, Ledbp((erj,gave the devotional entitled "Widen ' Your •lends to Feole Cqn'crn fpr tlio I! rowing." Scriptures were road by Mrs. Glen Orr, Mrs. C, O. Wahl- iiiisl and Mrs, t?avts, Mrs. Grace Gee had charge qf he program tha.t wps opened with he song "What A Friend' We Jtave n Jesus 1 ' Mrs, Gee gave interest- np (acts concerning the mission- tires and ehurphes' jn ^amacia. The business was, conducted by (he president, lyfrs. Homer Ward. Coff«e and cpke Was gervecl to Ihe 10 fne/nbers and a guest. Cub Scout Oen 6 Meet On Tuesday afternoon Cub Scout j Den 5 met in the home of Den Mother Mrs. Paul Harris. The 'meriting was. opened with n /lag ceremony after which refreshments v^ere served. After 'the boys worked on their handlcrpft they were taken tor n ,tr,aiii ride on the P&NW railroad by-6. W. Walkins. jlJ.aptlst Vouth Have Hay Ride Approximately CO young people of the'."'Intermediate* and Ft'oung Peoples 'grdiip of '.he First Baptist Church and their guests enjoyed n hay ride to Suckles' Lake Tuesday evening where they had a wiener roast. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Morrison McClelland, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lommis and Rev. Ray Wood ell. Mr,, and Mrs. J. H. Bemis and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turberville spent Tuesday in Texarkana. Mrs, Tqm Semis, Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr. Mrs. S. O. Logan and Mrs, D. L. McRao motored to -Tex- a'f-kpnp Tuesday for the clay. Mr. .and Mrs. Walter Hirst were Monday visitors in Texarkana, Mr, and Mrs. {Cenneth Reaves and daughters and Airs. Maud Morgan were Monday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olen Purtle in Hope. Bob' .Reynolds attended a Brry Scout Executive* Board dinner of Pine.v -Wqod District in Texarkana ( Mondny night', ^ Steps Itch'- New York, ty T. (?p«^.l) - For tho first time science Has found a new pittance -)»-tyh the Shrinks Piles Surgery «H)H/ to pum <-r y , , in cnso nfter fuse, whilo gently SP 14iorom,'£ • bare pf ustil ^p (ic » pi tt«iice (Bio-Dy " a worjd-f&mfw Uk* Miss Sue Finchpr of Jonesboro, prand daughter of !\fr. and Mrs W. P. Cummings of Prescott was jlpme eofjijpe 1 queen of (ho Jonesboro - West Memphis football game. Members of the local Presbyter- jnn Church who attended 'the Fall rally pf tljp Western District of the .Men of 'the "Church, held at tho First. Church n< Arkadclphia on Tuesday nieht ,are Sam O.' Lofan, Flovd 'Hubbnrd, Guss McCaskill, J. Hi' Rp^ertson, TJjoni Bomis and , .C, Q. ^Johnson nnd Mrs, Carl While spent Monday in Tox- nrkana, • • • 'f?, G,e9rfro .Christopher and ^gp ,-ffqpiiUon of 1 ' flat' Springs spp;j,t • i,he • weeke;jd at'thejr home * ynricr the nnme /'r«par«t(K>n At ' ftr* AMERICA'S v^. ^ ( s ^ ^ i- -"^ T*-C - 1 -"-^^ yt : . f *r j i' 1 Hom HUFF QWr.-pnd Mrs, A, R, Underwood visj}e4 fr'?nds and relatives in Gurdon pob.by Hendrjx of Hope -was }he W^dnesdny guest qf her /ytrepts, M'r, and -Mrs. Edgar An< w- - - % r 'Mr. pn4 Mrs, torwwp Wilson, days last week in Mr. and JYJfs, Harry "Kfeley and Guthrie jCi?i5m have peen the of A'Jc Qncl 'Mrs. jij 3ilp«, Miss. -• ^ end, Mrs. Pfcartes, fca, \vprp iha guests Pi *Jr, spd Mi'S, Oren pn4 Mf^ ClarJj? 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