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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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HOP I STAR* HOPI, ARKANSAS CIETY Ph6fie M4S1 S A.M. in* 4 P,M, Calendar ihe rhteiifig the parents afid eH mn invited" tfitd the r66ffl , 6etobsr §1 The American Legion Auxiliary of Leslie Huddleston £dst No. li Mil meet Tuesday, pet, 21 at ?;80 p,fn. in the home of Mrs. Praftk Kihgi do-hostesses will be Mrs. JV. H. Ounter Sr. and Mrs. Homer tefesting program dh birds and condueied a ttuiz on the subject. Wltthers of the quit were tjceseht' ed lovely audobon pi-ints Aflei- the meeting adjoui-hed, a dessert plate aftd Coffee Was sefV* ed to }Sl8 members present. The Jaycettes will meet Tuesday night, Oct, 21 at 7130 in the home of Mrs. Raymond flyers. Mrs. Jack Loo will be guest speaker, Wednesday .Oct&bef 22 The Mothers of the children of Brookwood School in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades will have a study oh the "The Child and his Allow. »ncc," on Wednesday Morning at ^0 a, m, at the home of Mrs. Bill Caldwell. There will be a meeting of the girl scout and brownie leaders and committee officers at the girl scout Little House on Wednesday, Oc' tobcr 22 at 2 p, m. Thursday, October 23 'The -Christian Youth Fellowship the First Christian Church will fold a Chilli Supper, Thursday night, Oct. 23 in the church fellowship hall. The price will be 75c for adults and 25c for children. (The ladies invitational bridge luncheon will meet at the Hope Country Club Thursday October 23 at 12:30 o'clock, Hostesses will be Mrs. William Tolleson, Mrs. Gordon Bailey, Mrs. C. V. Nunn Jr., and Mrs. Roy Anderson, ^ The cub scout, pack B2 will meet Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock at Garland school. All cub scouts and parents are urged to attend. — * Mrs, Franklin Hostess To Bridge Club Mrs. R. D, Franklin was hostess to her Bridge Club on Friday, Oct. 17, There were two tables of players, including a guest, Mrs. J. M. Houston. High score prizes went ^ Mrs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. Tom McLarty. >. Tasty ice cream and cake was served by-the hostess at the conclusion of the game. JF. Daffedii &arden Club Meets In Paisley School The Junior Daffodil Garden Club met in the Paisley School auditor* iUiti on Sept. 17. Joe Cbism led in singing "America" after which the group repealed the club pledge Betsy M'artindale read the minutes of the previous meeting with Mrs, Ralph Lehman giving a talk oh the daffodil flower. Mi's. Harold Brents and Mrs. Lehman served refreshments to those present. The leaders then presented the school with Some Daffodil bulbs to plant around the school .building. Swe e t Home HD Club Holds Octob e r Meeting The Sweel Home HD Club met at the church for the October meeting, Roll call was answered by "How We Can Cooperate More Fully With Our Schools." The devotional was given by Mrs. W. T, Yarberry from First Samuel 1:1028. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Bailey Warnkeh. Mrs. J. E. Ward presided over the business session. The members voted to send rolls for the dinner given for the District meeting iby the council. Billfolds were ordered and plans made to finish' the quilt in November. Officers were elected for the coming year as follows; President, Mrs. Bailey Warnken; vice president, Mrs. W. T. Yanbcrry; secretary, Mrs. C. A. Brown; reporter, Mrs. Bill Bright. Mrs. .Mont Montgomery gave a health report about "The Black Widow Spider." The club planned to meet with Mrs. C. A. Phillips next month. Refreshments were served by Mrs, W. T. Yarberry to 15 members and Mrs. Wylie. Rsie eafdin Club In Ofom Hswi The Fulton Rdse" Safdefi Club niel at the hoHie of Mrs- 1. E. Odom ori fhilfsdfiy, Ocl, 18. *&§. F". 0. Hughstm wag eo'liesless. fne president, Mts, Agee Oil* bert presided over the meeting. The Club Scfhp book Was shoWfi by Mrs. f. M, Seymour wha pass» ed it on to the new historian, Mrs. F\ O. Hughson. Mrs. 13, K, fiiekm« son and Mrs, Kenneth dok gave an interesting program 6H "What to do in October." In the tree» Flowers dottiest. Miss M'attlc Roy* ston scored high and was given bulbs. Mrs. Charles Rowland and Mrs. Jahios Rowland displayed a beautiful fall arrangement of ztn* nias and fern in a basket. The hostess served a delightful dessert plate to the members and Mrs. J, J. Battle, Miss Maltie Royston, Mrs, Claude Wilson and Mrs. Otis Blackwood, guests, Ike Lambaste Democrats as Radicals By MARVIN L LOS ANGELES (At 5 ) - Pros dchl Eisenhower lambasted Derr! ocrats Monday illgW as (jollllcrt rndidHls aiid Called for ah end I RejJltbiidflH "family blckerihg" I. the jJafly drive io caplure cotttro of Cohgross. The President /lies horlh Io Sai Frahdsct) today for two more campaign addresses after mnkiru perhaps Ihc hardesl hitting spdedl returned to Hope with thum. Hospital Notes Bridge Club Meets In Spencer Home Roses decorated the home of Mrs, Lloyd Spencer when she entertained her Friday Bridge Club, Oct. 17, Mrs, George Robison, Mrs. A. K. Holloivay and Mrs. Chester. 4 ^bster were club guests. •After an enjoyable afternoon, the hostess served a delicious salad plate to two tables of players, Mrs. Jud Maptindale Host e ss To Daffodil Garden Cluh The DaffoJil Garden Club met Thursday, Ocl. 10, in the' home of Mrs, Jud Marcinclale with ' Mrs. Wayne Russell as co-hostess, The meeting was called to order JK r the president, Mrs. Duffie Booth f pfter* swjiich Mrs. Lloyd Guerin read the club prayer, Mrs, Wayne Russell read f.ne minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report wss givun by Mrs, Homer ; Jones, Reports won- heard from ' al) acting committees and it was announced that the hat sho»v would be held in the spring, Mrs, Brents gave 'a report on the 'work being done with the Jr. Garden Club at Paisley School, frs, Jones presented a very jn- Patmos PTA Meets The Patmos PTA met Wednesday afternoon, Get. 15 in the school library, 'Mrs. Dorothy Martin presided in the absence of the president. The meeting was opened with the ^PTA prayer read by Clyde Hosier. The minutes arid treasurer's reports were ''read, and the objects of the PTA were given. The PTA planned to sponsor a party for Halloween and acorn- mittce named to have charge of arrangements, Mr, Hosier's room won the room count. The devotional was given by Mrs; Edna"'Holliday. The president's message was read by Mrs, Arnold Middletorobks. Mu Alpha Theta Meets Wlt.H Mrs, Carl Hinton Mu Alpha Thcta met Thursday night, Oct, 16 in Mrs, Carl Hintons home room at Hope High School. This is a national honorary organ» izatln with Mrs, Hinton as Hopes sponsor, Hoy RbWe, president road the qualifications for becoming a member and the purpose of the club, To become a member you must have a general "B" average and a high B in math. The purpose is to promote interest in higher mathematics and to encourage students to take math courses, Hope's, chaper of Wu Alpha Theta was organized last year making Hope one of five schools in Arkansas to have a charter of 23 students having pledged and arc awaiting the approval of the National Office. The remaining officers will be given at a later date. Births Dr. and Mrs. Joe Martindalc of Kilgorc, Texas, announce the arrival of a G',4 pound son at 11 a. m., October 19 at Fort Hood, Texas, The baby has been named Mark. His maternal gr^wjparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. L, Murphy. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Martindalc of Emmet are the paternal grandparents Admitted; Dr. W. R. Alexander, Hope; J. A. Davis, Hope; Mrs. Ted Maryman, Hope. Discharged! A. V. Orr, Hope; G. K Stanton, Saratoga; Leon Maxwell, Hope; Harold Sanford, Rt. 2 Hope. •Coming and Going- Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Hancgan returned from Martin, Term,,, last Saturday. Mrs, Hanegan's mother, Mrs. T, J, Taylor, accompanied them to Hope and will spend the winter here. .Catherine Hatten Circle Meets With Sue Weason The Catherine Hatten Circle met with Miss Sue Wesson Monday, October 20th. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs, Fisk. Chapters 1 and 2 of the Mission Study Book was given 'by Mrs, Smiley, There were 11 members present, The hostess served cake and coffee, . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shover were guests of relatives in Dallas this past weekend and attended the production, "The Music Man," at the Texas State Fair, Saturday night. SAENGER TONITI ONLY 6;30 - BjQO HORROR! Nolan-Wright EnSagement Announced The engagement of Miss Jo Beth Nolan to Donald Wright son of Mr, and Mrs, Jim A Wright of Hope' is announced by her parents Mr,,and Mrs, HilJard A, Nolen of Blcvins. Miss Nolen and Mr. Wright both attend Henderson State Teachers CoJlege at Arkadelphia, The wedding wiU be an event of the summer, Mrs, Wade Benefield, Hostess t9 Circle No, § , "Peace and The United Nations," was (he topic of the program pre< sented by Mrs, Ed Asljn, when Circle NO, 5 of the WSCS mot at the homo of M_rs, Wade Benefiejd pn Monday night, ' Oet, 20. Joe Cj'sjrj told of his visit to the U,N, and of the aims and origin of it, Mrs. Aslin tojd of work being done by W.'B.O., F.A.O, & U,.N,E.S,C,0, special agencies of the UN. Mrs, Sam Huckatooo, ' ch.^irma,n, had charge of the business session, A t dessert platp was served to 15 members, including one new bpi^ ,Mfs t James Hoyt onp vjsitor, <Mrs. J, G, by the hostess uncj ' Mrs. F. M. Horton returned to BIylheville with her sister, Mrs. W. M. Williams, Mr. Williams, and their son, Bill, on Monday, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Gentry and children of Dallas were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs, Arl Fincher, and they all attended the homecoming ceremonies at Southern State, Saturday night, At Magnolia for Southern State's Homecoming last Saturday night wore Mr. and Mrs, Otis Fuller, Their daughter, Emogcnc, was the Homecoming Maid from the Sen ior class, ivm jhe 'jpom count ' we|-e on FrWg night Qc( WfeKs Ja sevve. ftamy ijaviftod, supt a Mr, and Mrs, Paul Raley of Hope and Mr, and Mrs, Lester Steed of Prescott were among those at the meeting of the East Te:<as Branch of the National Chinchilla Breeders of America hold m Marshall, Texas, this past week, end, Mr, Raley was thq principal speaker at the meeting, Kathy and Paul Guerin visited their great - grandmother, Mrs, C. s,, Thompson in Little Rock on Sunday, Mr, and Mrs, Harry L, Polk of Los Angeles, California, are vis. Jtmg Misses Ruth and. Pearj Polk' and Mrs, Halcyon. fimmst PTA Meets at §eh9el The gm.rn.et PTA met Thursday Opt, 16 at g:30 ji.nj. in the school Hfn. M'fs, Par! Wccl>s. pre- presided, and intro Ray Lawrence, , w ho of the program, TJie Second Qrade sgng som? songs Jha djrectjpn of Mrs. fe^wi foUowing the pj-pgrani jjrs. , f?8fi tfte mjnutes of the last meeting, Mn-' Ram/ Qartend {hg {rea.s^'grs Lindq Halbert a student at Paylpr Dental School J n DaJias, Bobby, Jvaye Tnrner and Kay Ray also of Dallas spent Ihc weekend jn Hope With tjieir parents, Mrs, tester Rent, Mrs, Minor Polk snd Hit?) poik sppnt Sunday Jn Magnolia attending , the ergan tioii of a Joeal unit ormentalJy jn Minor polls sno; (jitter Tout wore Sunday guests P£ Miss POJJ? 8 n4 Tom Fits m rpsra AwTarisiJt daughter O f My. m-?,' ivm Bright wl fhtpr of Mr, n Key wg» hw Mi's. , Boy «nent te .wsfe^S , ejrss, wjlgffi ffiey Mrs. Branch Admitted: Mrs. W. R. Fielding, McCaskill,' Mrs. S. D. Andrews, Gurdon; J. iM. Sullivan. Hope; Elhorn Armstrong, Hope; Mrs. M. C. Bruce. Hope; V. B. Otwell, Texarkana. Discharged: Dale Rogers, Hnpej M'iss Erie Cupp, Rt. 1 Hope; Mrs. M. L. Huckabec, Rt. 1, Hope; Johnny Martin, Springhill, La. Mrsv-'W. R. Fielding, McCasklll; Mrs. Kenneth Petrc and b»by girl, Hope. o? his tioiltfdfli efiMet- td a iHg crowd o! abotit 8,Sf)0 OO wofkefs 1ft Los AfigeSes* Shfln AudlttSHtim. th a {jepijery, ffBhtlng iflood fo the first time oft this consl-to coast tour, tSisehliower Salted SnU the tiemderats p.s rt feat-ty "hope lessly split right dowrt the mid die." He touched off a rourtd o laitghtef In saying they have polll leal schliophrcnta, or split per sonality. "the opposition record," salt Elsenhower, "is one df ever hish er taxes — of dollars woith'm cents—of sky high prices—<if an economy harassed Into producing *o\ver jobs, chronic tmcmploymeni abor slrlfe and foar of the fu ui-e," The President said the record of the administration oh the other land is one that jilsliflus support or Republican Candidates from coast Io coast — In the fields ot orelgn policy, defense, agrlcuU tire, and the nation's economy, nd others, Elsenhower was Interrupted by pplattso 35 limes at the PHI-I.V oily where nearly every seat in ie auditorium WHS filled. The big esl round canto when hu said iat under this administration: "•Ladles and gentlemen, things re good, and gelling better every ay." Eisenhower came to .California lainly to boost the candidacy of .S. Sen. William P. Knowlnnd in ie race for the governorship, and ie bid of GOP Gov. Goodwin .1. <night for Knowland's Senate scut —and Io try to heal a parly split. The spill Is over Knowlaii'd muv- ig into the gubernatorial contest Her Knight had announced he in- ended Io seek re-election, and U.S. Output of Goods Is Almost Back country's otllput of godds mid services hns bounced neatly thfee quarters of the way bncfc from (lie recession td«r toward the fed- ortl level that preceded (he slttril|j, goVefhfnctlt slflUstlclmis estitttnw, the Oolf.it.iei' "j-kotiomle uutU cntors" published by the Senate' louse KdoholTild Committee Mott« flay shows \\ 440 bllllotl dolliir annual rate in the third 1058 quarter, The committee says lh« igure, for what economists call he gross national product, Is n iraltminnry estimate by President Eisenhower's Council of Economic Advisers. It compares with the high ot ^145,000,000,,000 sol In <Uie third luorler of 1937 and the reucsHlott )W of $425,800,000,000 in the Jun- ittry-JTcbruary-iMnrch period this car, The estimated rise from the 1 low olnl represents recovery of $M,« OOflOO.Oi.V of \>he $]0,BOO,tWO,UOU rop during the icct'ssloiii Tl ciin ot, however* 'be considered a »fe- Ise measure— there was price In ntion in the meantime. The July-August-September call- iate is up II blllloh from flic an* .ial rate figure of the second Untmpfoyment Clalmi Decline ftodM (Aft** &*\tn tor tiHemijioymcHt bpfiefits fM dropped 16 pec eefit, thd state few ploynlehl Security blvlftttift fetfdr 1 " ed yesterday. •An tSSD monthly repot-? sfimvc 8,245 persons c"tnlmtri8 .bcnbtils I Afkahsna In September fls Bo pat s ed to 0,78(1 at the tsttrf flf Attg Uheitiploymehjl benefit p n y mctils during Sdlilottifoeir rtftiotihl tititicter this yoaf, Some government economist say they look ft)!- n HdW rceort rate of 450 billion in the ln.il )g.3f tiiinrler, just gelling Uttdor Wny nowlaiid's championship of n ighly controversial "right to brk proposal" which would bar ie union shop in California. GRILL CAFE — BREAKFAST — 35e — SOe — 6$t Home Stylo Hoi tiieuitt Open 3 A. M, »o8 P, M, 86TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 5 Po. 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