Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1958
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23, 19SS H 0 M IT At, H 0 FI, ARKANSAS All swans ofi the fJiSHiesi btdorif to the QtiSeri of fhS ttnibfi of §diith Africa Ms a of i<3,^08,S00. DOROTHY ©RAY DftVSKIM LOTION with NEW DiSPEKSER TOi 1 ! NOW $1.25, (A $2.60 Value With dispenser to]> I) P. Cox WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS HORMONE HAND CREAM to promote that ."young look"! NOW $1.25. (4oz. teg, $S.COl Between § A,M, and 4 P.M. fas spent Wednesday 1H Hope visit* ing >Mf. iCftd Mrs. Eugene O'Steen. Calendar Thursday, octobef 23 The Christian Youth Fellowship of the Pirst Chrisllnii Church wll hold a Chilli Supper, Thursday night, Del. 23 in the church fellow ship hall, the price will be 75e for adults and 25c for children. Hie cub scout, ptick G2 Will Meet Thursday night at 1:30 o'clock a darlnnd school. All cub scouts ahc parents arc urged to attend. Cub Scout Pack No. JM will have its pack meeting Thursday nigh at 7:30 at the Oglesb.V School. Friday, October 24 The Friday Music Club will meet Friday. Oct. 24 at 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. W. A. Williams. The Spring Hill Junior Class wit * DON'T CLOSE YOURSELF UP IN A CLOSET when you need to be alone with the phone. You can have privacy and enjoy it, too, with handy extension telephones in bedrooms, kitchen, den— wherever you want them. Nine beautiful' colors or standard black. For color, there's a one-time-only charge. Call the tele- , plione business office. •, •• ' END "ONE-PHONE" PROBLEMS WITH HANDY EXTENSION TELEPHONES. ONLY $1.00 A MONTH fplui tax and installation) present their play on Friday. Oct. 24 at 8 p.fit Adrtiissiqii for 'the malitiee will toe adults 25 eehls arid children 10 cents, then for the night pei-fbrmande the admission will be adults 50 and the .children 25 cents. The play Is entitled "Quit Your Kidding." iMr. and (Mrs. fcdwnrd Caudeli of Downey, Calif, are house guests ol Mr. and Mrs. K. Q. Hamilton. Alv. and Mrs, John McOee. nnd daughters* Mnrsha and Lisn of Independence, Mo. aiid Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belisoh and children. Susan and Charles Jr. of Dallas are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 11. fi, iSensort. Mahday, October 2? The Harmony Bible Class of the first Christian Church will meet Monday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. in the home of.iMrs. fiiirlene Femvlek, All members are Urged to attend. Tuesday Bridge Club M e *ts In Speneec Home •M'rs. Lloyd Spencer was hostess to her Tuesday flrldge Club on Oct. 21. Roses were used by Mrs. Spencer at vantage points in her lovely home. 'Mrs. E. J. Whitman and Mrs. Oliver Adams won prizes for high scores. Tasty snacks were served by the hostess during the afternoon, Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Doris Shlpp and sons, George and John were visitors in the home of her parents, M'r. and Mrs. George Cresvs of Hope this week. A former resident of Hope, J. F. McClanahan is visiting his parents of Emmet. He is a member of the U.S. Navy and makes his home in Knoxville, Tenn. his wife will be remembered as the former Anna Bell Bowden of Hope. 'Mrs. Charles Harrel has returned home after spending the week end with her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Russell Jr. and family. While in Dallas, Mrs. Harrell was joined there by Mr. Harrell's uncle and aunt, .Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Thornton of Helena, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton accompanied Mrs. Harrell home /or a two weeks visit. Out of town friends and relatives attending the Dudley .funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Leo McDonald oL Shreveport, La.; Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Howell of M'indcn, La.; Miss Annie Tinnell of Minden; Mr. and Mrs, Walter Gruner of Mindon; Mrs. Bernice Hays of New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. A. B.. Warren .of Little Rock; Mrs, M. C. Kren of Gurdon; Mrs, Henry Edwards of urdon; Mrs. James Wilkins of. urdon; Mr. and Mrs. John Green of Magnolia Emd Rev, fJ Harold High- ower of Gurdon. Mrs. Lena Sample of Tuxarkana and M'rs. Dorothy Landscll of DaJ- ONLY 24TH FALL 200 YDS. — 45 INCHES WIDE 4 ONLY ALL WOOL LADIES $2.00 5 ONLY BOY S JACKETS $1.50 Sizes 3 to 5 8] x 108 CANNON PURE WHITE MUSLIN SHEETS BOYS SIXiS 6 to 18 VYA5M 'N' WEAR TAN en^ CHAR^OAt QRgY 34 PAIR — DANIIL.GRliN HOUSE SLIPPERS All tiATHiR, 5ATIN5, ViLVITS Broken AA^g 11,95 By Meji S 1,50 Si is 11 B§§5» & tADIK AH WOOl Al Ml Ida on Tuesday for n dis* trie! meeting of the Woman's Mis* sionary Union were these representatives of Hie First Baptist Church of Hope; Mrs. Jtonior liey- erley, Mrs. Jewell Moore Jr., Mis.? Aura Huiitlcy, Mrs. Mary Jneger, Miss Sue Wesson, Mrs. Parry Moses, Mrs. Gus Hnynes, Mrs. Henry Maynes, Mrs, R. 12. Chism, and Mrs. Ed Thrash. Hospital Notes Memorial Adifilttedi Wilton Edwards, Hope C- li. Vounjj. Bodcnw; Mrs. Abb Morman, Rt. 1, llosston. Dlsciiargedi Mrs. Gilbert Ross, tlopc; Mrs. Elmer Smith and bnbv girl, Rt 1 Hope; Mrs. Ted Mary- inun, Hope; Mrs. Clifton Breed, JSiiimcl; Mrs. Lillie Glasgow, Rt. 4, Hope; Mrs. Cecil Evnns, Shruve- port; ClUirles Roy Smith, HI, 2, Hope; Mrs. Archie Cook, Vivinn, La- 'Marjoric and J, T, Thomas of Washington, announce the arrival of a baby girl, born Oct. 22j 1058, Branch Admitted: M'rs. Don Brown, Rt. J, Hope; Mrs. Glen Beavers, Hope; Mrs. Leon Tompkins, Rt. 1, Emmet. Discharged: Elnora Armstrong, and baby girl, Hope. >Mr. and Mrs. Glen Beavers of Hope announce the arrival of a baby boy, born Oct. 23, J958. News Britfi recently installed a Move tor burn- ins wood shnvlngs in Me aid City Jtflil herd. Wednesday smoke tlllfcd every room in Uic 'building. An inspection reVcnicd the stove find been connected to the ventilating duct itisieatt of to the chimney duct» BENVEfi (At**— Actlhir Ernest ttislej* filed n complaint In Denver District CoUrt. He nsfecd for two Ihliigs: B ctlVofce frwn his wife Alice, find the family's TV set. OKLAHOMA CltY (Af*)—Green trash cfttts in tho downtown nren here are being repainted grjiy. City 'officials snld this should stop citizens front mistaking them for innil boxes. SALT LAKE CITY (API-Love- loi-n columnist Ann Landers offers renders of the Still Lnlte Tribune a booklet on dating behavior mv titled, "ffow for to Go." One Sfay of Execution Appeal Is Denied LtffLfe fcOdti lAPj^-A LWU Roek Nejjro scheduled to tlic W the elccUic chair Oct. ,11 lost liU bid for n stay bt execution y.bS< lerdsy. ' 4 I-,co Lee, 84, wns found gttllty July 3i, 1D57 and sthbticecl tu death for the fatnl shooting of s t.ittte Rock ttegta postman, William Itrtrrison SmllH Jr., 20, Ifl December, J058. I/ec'a petition for tt slny Was denied In Pulaskl Circuit Court. The petition set forth that Luc'* constitutional rlftlils Itnd been vl»> luted by invasion of his house by reader who wrote tor the booklet penned Ihls postscript: "And please hurry" LOS ANGELES (AP) — Charles Musnd climbed DC feel up n tree to rescue a cat. Then he found he couldn't act down, I'Mrcmen hrtd to rescue Masad, 10. tn the excitement, the cat vanished, police filict arrest tHtrfottt ti runt, the action filse dllefetd that his coftstlllilitmfit "Hints' MA t>6i9 dented (fi not being eftafsM Itf «M indldmefif of the PUlitSW Coufily Grand ,Iufy. Prosccllt&f if. iTahfe Jfoft filed thd frtMdCf charge ngnlnsl him. • Speelal Circuit Judge Gordoti O* Sullivan, sftUtiff for Judge Wllltflhi ,f. kirby, denied the petition, Now York CUy occupies 8/10fl,* OOOlhs of the earth's lattd Jo, Ann Huett TEACH Eft OF BATON Enroll tO A. M. Sahirddy Openings In All Age Groups FRAN'S SCHOOL OP DANCE • Baton • Tap • Bailer • Ballroom 901 So-Main PR 7*4335 tol(ons«sd and »oyb««n oil, pen- jnut oil, sail, kelthln.hionoelycer- tide, sodium banmte, citric add, SVitamln A, artlllelal coloring and alavorlnt at« blended in Crcamo. • • • • A CHALLENGE... * -* 'adtSlfr* ^ io women who have never ; ] used Margarine!, ilCreaino is so supertor in flavor wo elmllongotion- tjnaVgarlnQ users to try it. Crenmo combines Urn angrcdient of liigliosUpriced spreads with otlicr ingredients to give you more ctiUng enjoyment rt.han nny ninglo ingredient alone can produce. (Millions oC women luivc adopted Crettiuo. Wo tliink you'll like it, too. Creamo MAftGAfffflt Finer nit* Always Call for your S&H Green Stamps COX'S John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS . PHONE 7-4616 HOPE; ARK. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 1 . ~ I ' ' ' >i - ' '-- * 1 >' , 't.T -" 1 "< ^_ n ** Longer Life'. SPORTSMAN BATTERIES (.Standard O'5 C ,Siy.e. Ua ••*€ itf \ ^>y i , 4 s» v» & »':H. *w m PRESS 25 Flash Byibs Carton 12 Bylbs Take jnaps indoors $1.59 In Colors REG. SHE (Lim,-3) '•jSTTv* r.-.JT WIIOH> invlttff , WOOL O-lENfc i | WASH WOOL IN WOOL-0-LENE End fading rn3tHn£> ,sbnnking- •^" MiP, FASTEETH IQV J?^/* GUM Popular 5 C Brands 50's EMPIRIN COMPOUND for Pain Relief 7B C 6'9I, BACTINE Tfa family AHTISEPTIC 83 C (Limit-6) 2 — 69e Sjze Ipano TOOTH PASTE Alpine 40 hour AUARM CWCK VITAUIS 83c si?e 20c Qff DOROTHY GRAY PRY SKIN L.OTION — $2,50 ?i?e ,...,./..., PLIOFILM BAG OF 2 c PICA no 5 biGARS l/A'/^olF^ 'TAMPA 10 • • ^ ' •> 3 ~ ~T_ J i l * - r rtfr i L?/rypP?. NofmaJ, Dry ""J t •_ * ' tfk M - * *"»• i^ W , Lioiir' KIWI (<«*» *PJ \\ '^^ •GAMES Of All Kinds Name Thai T*ms , §a.?S £aj Msy * . «'. $1*90 In Potericiigs For 3 to 12 Year OMs: Jl VITAMINS Hottknfjb'CL ,,J..;^ j|;:| 5 -,igy?^» vf >sfBj"gi y, ^, i . <™t-'£»^l^< mm .V .fl CANBT BAR -? ^.%J S| _^P^^^ ~~" ' * ' ' . „ .

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