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October 27, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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HOM STAR ARKA.N5AS Prescott News Field al TB M**tlhg '£[ *Pniil flarris of Little Rock, field /. rCJ>resenl.ilive of the Stnle Tuber' Gtildsis Assn , WHS guest speaker ' nl 6 dinner meeting of officer? and • directors of the Nevada County ^l*ilbcf"culosis Association on Tuns- .dfty night at the Lnwson Hotel He ipokc on the progress the association has iiiade during HIP pnsl yenr Hnd soinc of the problems it still face's. A film entitled "Arc You Positive." Was shown by Mr Hal-HK. , Mrs. J. A. Cole, county president presided at Ihe meeting and MVs. fy. 13. Logan gave the invocation. Mrs. Max Kitchen Introduced the &1 members who were present and fir. Charles Heslcrly gave the high lights of a tuberculosis meeting he fillcndcd in Shrcveporl. Mrs Howard Orahflln, executive secrelaty of the county nssn , had two posters on display thai she had made Showing how tuberculosis is contacted. j lit hor home on Tuesday. A lovely I nrrnnermrnl of dahlias centered I DIP riming !,'jl>){> a tit) lbr> coffee , Inblp in the living loom Chrysnti- IliPinum" drcornled the deh Thr high score nwarri wfls wot) by Mis A V Itegnicr. i Mrs Dnllis Alkins was a guest. '•' Beauty Unit 11 Meet* 5 , Beauty Unit llhcld their October -~ inectinK on Tuesday evening ut , (Mary's Beauty Shop in Guulon ''.with 11 trtembors present. ',, 'Hair styles were demons!rated r^and, delegates were appointed to ".'the, Stale Convention to be held f -in bitllc Rock Nov. 1-3. Those from r , [Prcscoll attending the meet Ing ilwere Mrs."Ena!ibelh NVllso'n, prc- - sldent, Miss .ludy Home. Mi -i. 1. (Mary Jo Arnold and Mrs. Delia v Stewart. j ' Tlic nexl meeting will be held in ;* Elizabeth's Beuuty Shop in PI-PS- ""coll. Tuesday night. Nov. 11. Tom Hcitils, Mrs. S. B. Scott. Mrs. Mark .lusiiss and Mrs DnM-ell Mnrsh "'. Mrs. Hi^at Entertains '37 Club Pt, (Members of the '37 Contracl Club , Were cnlerlalned with a dessert L ibridge given by Mrs. 0. G. Hirst Legal Notice I i 8135 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead Counly, Ark. fs : Kathrine Burns . .. Plaintiff vs, S"Jesse E. Burns Defendant S,y, , ' WARNING ORDER "I* Tile' Defendant, Jesse "E. Burns l "is warned do appear In this court , ( within thirty days and answer the ^complaint ^of the Plaintiff, Kath- 'iVinb Burns. fc. f Witness my hand and the seal of said court-this 2nd day of October m r >8. Clara Byers, Clerk By J. P. Byers, D. C. •£ .(SEAL) ;.' C, 13. 20. 27, 1958 Legal Notice ~, """NOTICE " IN THE'PROBATE COURT OF ". HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, - 'ARKANSAS ' JN TITE .MATTER OF .THE ESTATE OP No. 1217 A, 11, Eversmeyer, deceased known address of decedent; ; Hawk Point, Missouri I Date of death: October 2, 1958 ..- 'An instrument dated Sepember! »,", 12, 19J58. w-as on the 15th day of| 1^ October, 1958, admitted to probate %as the last will of the above d decedent, nnd the under, ^..-d has'been appointed executor ' 7 therex\pder. A contest of the pro- 4 \psle of the will can be effected only £;by, filing' a petition within Ihe lime f v JiiTjit pt-ON-ided by law. ^ All persons having claims against 4t1he estate-nmsl exhibil them,'duly ^verified, to the undersigned within YJ£J?C'<-rrionths 'from the date of the &irsi'publication of this notice, or tt)iey> shall, bo forever barred- apd Ipj-eclvided from any-benefit in the : Legion Auxiliary Meets With Mrs. StflpllHg Mrs C. D. Ward and Mrs. Roy Jjoomis were assisting hostesses when the American Legion Auxiliary mot in the home of Mrs. Dew- c\v Stripling for the October meeting. Ik-ni^iful arrnngi'monts of auiiimn flowers dccornted the Mrs, Albert Peaehey. pfesideftl presided nnd conducted the business session at which time plans were mnde for the Poppy Snle to be held Nov. 8. Mrs. Lewis Gur> rett. membership chairman, re« ported the membership ciuoln hnd boeti reached fof the year. Mrs. Paul Koslosky, Poppy chstir man, had charge of the program nnd introduced MVs. L. C. Gallin who spoke on "The Poppy." '.Mrs. Tip White assisted the hostesses in serving a dessert course and coffee to seventeen members and visitors, Mrs. D. W. Dawson mid Becky Garrett. Mrs. G c orge Green Rose Gard c n Club Hostess Autumn flowers in colorful hues doeornled the home of Mrs.-Ceoi-(!e Green on Tuesday afternoon for the monthly meet Ing of the Hose Garden Club. Mrs. Karl Eppler was co-hnsless. •Roll cull wait answered w'ith tips on (Miikins compost. An inforniiiUvc program on laild- seapiiiK »';KS presented .by Mrs. Jesse Poi-U'i". The hostesses served n:.dessert course to tho 14 members.-present- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mitchell spent a part of last week in Shrcveporl. where Mr. Mitchell attended court. Mrs. Tom Bemis has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs..Pacljo Cravens Jr. and family 'in Fort Smith. Mrs. J. B. Franks, Roscpc and Jimmy motored to Little Rock on Wednesday for the day. '> MVs. S. B. Scott has i-plumcd from Fort Smith where she was the guest of U. Col. and iMr's:. \Veston Price. ';Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Eppler have returned to Ada, Okla. after'a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eppler, .is'nolice first published 20th pf'October, 1958, 1 • John L. Wilson ; .r'f"-" Executor First National Bank Bunding „ _. , Hope, Arkansas SOpt, 20, 27, 3958, ,...,.,.., Charlie ^ Thomas aU'entled^ a Social Workers *Conforcfice in Jlot Springs Friday. ' '' ' -'?" ' -_- — — 1 fr |Q JACKET CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (/P)—Red Bank High School plans loVhonor brains along with brawn this year. Students making- all A's ,'for semester will be awarded..; letter jackets similar to those gh'cJ.n alth- letes. For each additional so,mesler of straight A's, the student will' get a bar to wear on the jacket. *j Legal Notice"! No. 81-10 In the Chancery Spurt of Hempstead County, Ark, Bobbie Jean Marshall PJaintitt vs. .'->,"• James Marshall Defendant WARNING ORDER?" Tho Defendanl, James Marshall, is warned to appear in (his court within thirty days and answer the complaint of tho Plaintiff,'Bobbie ,lean Marshall, Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 17th day of October 4958. ;. Clara Byers, Clark By J. P, Byers, D. C, (SEAW Oct, 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10, 1958 ' - ALC in Session Cohtihued from t>age One receive council ailchtlnn will be Ihnt ttf Ihe Arkansas Garnr and Fish Commission. Also mi today's agntidii are requests »f tho Workmen's Cnmppns;iil»i'. Com Mission: Dip Labor >li pr-i Imettl'^ Broiler Inspection Division, rmrl the Liquefied P'elMileum Ons ttoard. The schedule; for thr ic-maimlt'i- of the week:" | Tuesday «— Water Pollution foh- Iro) Commission'; the Bnarcl of Health's Division of plumbing. Alcoholic Beverage Conlml Bnard. Oil and Gns doinmisfion; SUite Plant Bonrd, nnd'the Stale iVn- idntiniy. Wednesday — forestry fninmiss- inn; Public Service Commission: Arkansas Commerce Commlssirm, Abstractors examining Hoard: Basic Science BonrJ; VYlerlnnry Examiners tioarci, the Adminisli-af- ive. fire prevention, wights and slnndnrds and retirement sections of the State Police. ' Tlnirsdny —Cosemetology Board, Tencher Retirement System; lti;>h Employes Retirement System: Insurance Department; Stele Em- ployes Retirement System: Social Sceu/ity section, nnd Bank Depart- mcnt. Friday — Highway Department nnd Hifthwny Dept. Service Reducing: Plan A§ Low A3 $29.50 Pcwn Think pf it! Fpr ps littlg 95 f 13-00 9 No. 1 h°rn? snd plan Qt §f» The whish is "the heart pf the Stauffer i/9H§d ,rhy-thrr)is motion gy^rgnteed in r' sSS» JiSAi»flMP*^r r * Family m Nixpn Claims Draws a Demo Challenge MINNEAPOLIS (API — Vice President Nixon' claim that there lias been a dramatic upsurge in Republican strength in (he congressional campaign drew n Democratic challenge today. Rep. Eugene McCarthy, contest-' ing GOP Sen. Edward J. Thye, said Nixon was whistling in tho dark with a statement on Sunday night that there had been a strik-' ing shift in voter opinion in the last 10 days. "If this has happened, no one but Nixon has been able to dis- cern.it," McCarthy said in an interview. "I have been campaigning four months and there is nothing to indicate a change in the Democratic t'de." Minnesota is regarded In Iho Republican camp as one of (lie stales there tho GOP may 'be able to stem the Democratic current that seems likely to increase the latter parly's hold on both houses of Congress. Local observers count Democratic Gov. Orville Freeman as a sure bet for m-election over his Republican opponent George j Miickinon. -Nixon said anybody who Iries to predict the outcome of this and other rapes, across t Ihe laatlda al thi's poii^ is liKtly'iltlJ "#lnd T\inv self as confused as'a'beginner with a hula hoop." Ho sa|d polls which predict a Democratic vietbiy_ reflect conditions of 10 days a^o. not no\s'. "It is in these last 10 day=;." Nixon 'said, "that I personally have witnessed tho most striking shift of voter opinion that I have over seen in any political campaign," ..With this in mind, McCarthy snid he wondered if Nixon got his information on Minnesota in South. Dakota' 'and Nebraska — the two stales \vhnre the vice president campaigned Saturday! Sees Increase in State Population LITTLE ROOK ,fAP- — Uni- versiiv of Arkanf>i?s research specialist believ<\s Arkansas can look forward to an incronso in ponniation. The prediction of DP, John M. Peterson, a staff member of tlif amiversijv's industrial Research and Extension Center hero, roiir trtisls with projections of tho U.S. Census Bureau. The huronn forpensts it continued decline in Arktjnsris' population. Peterson said tlif' Census Burenu nssumes that civilian mi>>r«tioits of urevions years fllso will pro- vail in tho future, "This is lik(> predicting that Another World Win- II and a Karooivtype war will occup during the next 17 years." he said. Peiorson said Arkansas' ppnujal- ion losses have been sienifieant onlv in war-lime years that they have not a,ffee"tect the stfito's "dynamic economy. 1 ' The research, expert's opinions were contained in the first edition of "The Arkansas jgcoponii?^" a. maa-aiae Imipllshed by the university's Pureiui of Busitioss nnd Economic Rpsearch and tlje }nd.^ dustrjal Research and JSxlension Center. 71; JJ3r-_ jkaoggjL fSSST* A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FEATHERBEDDER I'M YDUR .6XTM BRAK£MA?5> X RODE' PROM JUNCTION TO VAN BUREM (6MILB'S-!5 M1MUTES) PAY ME * 17,26 r s& I'M YOUR .. BEEN RIDING ALMOST FOUR HOURS ...YOU'VE .GOTTO GIVE ME ^25.20 I'M VOUR .BRAKEMAN7T" RODE ALL "WE WAY FROM POPLAR BLUFF TO NORTH LITTLE 'ROCK ...GIVE ME ao.qo A' lli^M MJkMl emtffpfef ef Feaffierbedding vere fabn'froni Raifroad P«yol Biccfd» vhicb are open for Inspection io ihe public. Get Paid This Kind \ No... But YOU Pay The 11 VOTE TO MyWS"9:iff' f''W' '3f I? r -s X- r«? •V < *- v j «f *+', .

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