Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 27, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 27, 1958
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H8M STAR, , Qefabsf 57,1955 Prescott News Field ftEhr*sSritallv4 Qusst Spenk&r at TB Msstiftg ^au) llarlis of Little Rock, field ,il hn- homo oh Tuesday. A lovely mranijement of dnlilins centered Ihc dining (nl)k' nrul (he coffee i-t-presentative of the State Tuber- . llblf ' '" (1 \" I'^ing ronm. Chrysnm £ Culosis Assn. was guest speaker " 1 , t ;, t11lm " F 1dt ' cnrnlctl «hc don. t nt a dlHher meeting of officers and!, "^ '"f ««"* «* arA «<* s Wo « -J- 'directors of the Nevada County " v ' Mrs A v ^Htbdreulosis Association on TUPS Mr?. Dnllis Atkins was a guest. dfty night a, the Lawson Hotel. He . O^mo m^» [nc^ MJ,. ^ on tlie progress the association* hat made during the pnsl year *t a'rid some of the problems it still V faces. A film entitled "Are Von & Positive," w.is shown by Mr. L Harris. \ , Mrs. J. A Cole, county president r • presided at the meeting nnd MVs. ~ f. E. Logan gave the invocation. >'' -Mrs. Max Ritchon introduced the 'r Zl mehibers who were present and »-' Dr, Charles llesterly gave the high K lights of a tuberculosis meeting he *" attended in Shreveport. Mrs Mow 6' ard Graham, executive secretary .-, of the county ossn., hud two post•> efs on display that she had made ^ showing hov. tuberculosis is con? tacted. Harn-Il. Tom is. Mrs. S. B. Scott, Mrs. Mark .lustis.i nnd Mrs Dtirrell Marsh Legion Auxiliary Msets With Mrs. Stripling Mrs. C. D. Ward and Mrs. Roy Loo mis were assisting hostesses when Hi' 1 American Legion Auxiliary met in the homo of Mrs. Dew- ALC in Session Continued* Jforn Page One receive council attention will be that of lhi> Arkansas Gnmr aM Pish Commission. Also on (od/iy's j agenda are requests "f the Workmen's Cnfnpensflfinr. Commissinn: (he t.nlio:- hr \tr.i I men !'.-•• Broiler Inspection Division, nnrl the • Liquefied Petroleum fins Board • The schedule for tlv remainder 1 of Ihc week: • Tuesday -• \Vnlor Pollulinp fnfv i tro) Commlsslnfi; the Board of! Alcohollf fteVerntfe- Cnn'n.l Board; Oil dhd Gos Cntntn'.finn: State Plant Board, olid the S'ale Penitentiary. Wednesday — forestry rrmmi^- ioti; Public Service Commission: Afknlisns Commerce Ccimmlssiori, Abstractors examining Bnard: Basic Science P.'nn.l; V< U'rinnry Beftuty Unit 11 , Benuty Unit ll held their October meeting on Tuesday evening ut Mary's Beauty Shop in Gin clou with 11 members -present, Hair styles were dempnslrnled and delegates were appointed to the Stale Convention to be held in Little. Kock Nov. 1-3. Those from IPrescott atleiviing the mectintJ ' wore Mrs.' E ' \Vilsdn, prc- ,sident, iMiss Judy Home. Mr.?. »• Mary Jo Arnold and Mrs. Delia |> Stewart. ci The next meeting will be held in *;.»', 3Cl!7.abcth's Beauty Shop in Pros:•* colt, Tuesdny night, Nov. 11. v ' Mrs. Hirst Entertains '37 Club (Members of the '37 Contract Club were entertained with a dessert bridge given by Mrs. O. C. Hirst Legal Notice t? No 8135 In the Chancery Court ot L , Hempstead County, Ark. I-'Kalhrlnc Burns Plaintiff JV vs, £} Jesse E. Burns Defendant |7 WARNING ORDER %'V- Tlie Defendant, 'Jesse E. Burns L-i is 'warned .'to appear in this court p'.within thirty days and answer the i;C complaint • of the Plaintiff, Kath- f'J. rlne Burns'. itC Witness my hand and the seal of jfesaid court this 2nd:day of October 1^ 3058. &, < Clara Byers, Clerk |V,'< By J. P. Byprs, D. C. &£ (SEAL) |J Oct. C, 13, 20, 27, 1958 1^ Lego I Notice •;, NOTICE v . ' < IN THE 'PROBATE,COURJ OF , - HEMRSTEAD COUNTY, J -'ARKANSAS <• ' W THE'.MATTER OF ' , - THIS ESTATE OF , - - >._ No. 1217 „. '-A, H. Evers'meyer, deceased t; Last known address of decedent: Hawk Point, Missouri Date of death: October 2, 1958 An instrument dated Sepcmber ?>" 12, 1958, was on the 15th 'day of £~ October, 1958, admitted to probate T. rns the last will of the auoyc ".named decedent, and the under"signed has been appointed executor ' thereunder. A contest of the pro- |'f Ipte of the will can be effected only kSbj' filing a petition within the time I' limit provided' by law, •V* All persons having claims against ^Mli<? esiate must exhibit them, duly f,'. verified, to the xmdersig'ned within If pis; months from tiie date of the Iffjrst publication of (his notice, or shall be forever barred and 'from any-benefit in the Mrs. presided and conducted the business session at which time plans were made for the Poppy Sale to be held Nov. 8. Mrs. Lewis Garrett, membership chairman, reported Die membership ciuoto hod been reached for the year. Mrs. Paul Koslosky, Poppy chair man, had charge of the program and introduced MVs. L. C. Gatlin 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 and Becky Garrelt. Mrs. G e orge Green Rose G<ird c n Club Hostess Autumn flowers in colorful hues doeoniU'd Die home of Mrs/peorgo Green on Tuesday afternp'on tor the monthly meeting of the Rose Garden Club. Mrs. Earl 'Eppler was co-hostess. Roll call was answered with tips on (Milking compost. An infonmiUve program on landscaping \v;is Jesse Porter. presented iby Mrs. The hostesses served a ' xlcssert course to the H members .-present- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. .Mitchell spent a part of last week in Shreveport, where Mr. Mitchell attendee), court. Mrs. Tom Bemis hns been the guest of her daughter, Mrs...Fadjo Cravens Jr. and family 'in. Fort Smith. .fj Mrs. J.. B. Franks, Roso'qe and Jimmy motored to Little iVock on Wednesday for the clay. '•{'•• MVs. S. B. Sod'tt 'has returned from Fort Smith wrTere sh*e was the guest of Ll. Col. .and Mj% Weston Price. ' V Mr. and Mrs. J- L. Epple'r have returned to Ada, Ok'la. afte,r>a visit •with'Mr. and Mrs. Earl B\?pler. iMrs.., Charlie , Th&nios a'tjcnded a Social WoV'kers'^Con.ferp]5ce ; in 'Hot Springs .Friday.;' .'* ' W V '. of the State Police. ' Thursday <—Coscmetology Board. Teacher Retirement System: High Employes Retirement Systi-m; insurance Department; Strle Em- ployes Retirement System; Social Security section, and Bank Depait- mcnl. Friday — Highway Department and Highway Dept. Service. :,- ? " This v notice first-published 20(h * day o|'October, 1958, L^ "~ - ^ohnlv. Wilson Executor. V; * " ' First National Bank ; '? • Building ,' \- Hope, Arkansas t. 20, 27, 1958, , * |Q JACKET .•'' CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. ®—Red Bank High School plans tojrihoiior b'riiins along with Tsrawn thi's year. Students making all A's.,'for semester \yill be awardedl letter jackets similar to .those gu'frti alth- letes. '•! For. each additional sarnqs'ter of straight A's, the student wi'jpget a bar to wear 01^ the jacket, n Legal Notice,^ No. 8HG In the Chancery Gpurt of llempstoud Countyj Ark, Bobbio Jean Marshall PJnintiK vs. V James Marshall Defendant WARNING ORDER.''" The Defendant, James Marshall, is warned to appear in thjs court within thirty days and ansss r er the complaint of the Plaintiff,, Bobbie Jean Marshall. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this I7jh day of October 1958. * , Ciara Byers, Clark By J, P. -Dyers, D. C. (SEAL) Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3, 10, 1958 , • Nixon Claims Draws a Demo Challenge MINNEAPOLIS <AP1 — Vice President Nixon' claim (hat there has been a dramatic upsurge in Republican strength in the congressional campaign drew a Democratic challenge today. Rep. Eugene McCarthy, contest-' ing GOP Sen. Edward J. Tliye. said Nixon was whistling in the dark with a statement on Sunday night that there had been a strik- 1 ing shift in voter opinion in thr last 10 days. "If this has happened, no one but' Nixon has been nble to discern, it," McCarthy said in an interview. "I have been campaigning four months and there is nothing to indicate a change in thn Democratic t'de." Minnesota is regarded In the Republican camp as one of lice states there the GOP may toe able to stem the Democratic current that seems likely to increase the latter party's hold on both houses of Congress. Local observers count Democratic Gov. Orville Freeman as a sure bet for ro-elcclion over his Republican opponent George Maekinon. •Nixon said anybody who tries to predict the outcome of this and other races across, Uje anlion at this: poinY is lil&iy*'- 1 ^ "find, "himself as confused as'IPbeginner with a hula hoop." He stj'jd*polls whicli nredict a Oemocrafie victory, rt- conditions of 10 days "ago. Home Reducing Plan As Low As $29,50 Down Think of it! FQI- os liJtlp 9? 1)3.09 9 yow egn awn Stsufifr^ » Amer» plgn et ?*er5is? Qnd'sglprif 'r Qwth"- 1? "thf h?art pf ths , provides 'spn « .-. s wn?Q,n* in writing not now. , .'« "It is in these last 10 days." Nixon said, "that 'i personally hh've witnessed tho most sirilcinij shifj. of voter opinion that I have ever seeii in any political cam- pajffn." j With this in mind, McCarthy f said he wondered if Nixon got hi< information on Minnesota in South Dakota 'nhd Nebraska — tlie two states whore the vice president oampaisnsd Saturday. Sees Increase in State Population versitv ROCK ,fAP. — Uni- of Arkan&HP research specialist believes Arkansas cnn look fonyard to an inproaso In ponulation. The prediction of Dr, John M. Peterson, n staff- member of Inn •university's industrial Research nnd Extension Center i horp, eon- trusts with projections ,of >tho U.S. Qensus Bureau, • '• • ^ » v The bureau forecasts; a,'continued decline in 'Arkansas' population,"' '• > '•; '\f°'~ Peterson said (h^ Census Bureau assumes' that civilian rniorotiojis of lii-nvious years' also will prevail in (hp future. "This is likf> nredieting that another World- 'VVfu- ll and a Koresii'tyne war will occur during the next 17 years," he said, Peterson said Arkansas' ponulot- ion losses hnvo been significant onlv in wpMimo years that they l^aye not affectpd- the state's <'dvn.an.iic poonomy.", The research exuert 1 ^ opinions were coptaiped in tlip first edition of "The ^j-kijisas Eco(iotp,jstj" a loublislied p.y tjip .university's Bureau of Business and Econonn'e Research and . Use Jnd- dustrial pesearch and Estensiou .Center. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A FEATHERBEDDER I'M YOUR .EXTRA. BRAK6MAN> X BODE' PROM GEESNWbO JUNCTION TO VAN BUREN (6 MILES-IB MINUTES) PAY ME * 17.26 I'M YOUR EXTRA BRAKEMAN..IVE BEEN RIDING ALMOST FOUR HOURS ...YOU'VE; .GOTTO GIVE ME $25.20 TM YOUR EXTRA BRAKEMAN. I RODE ALL m WAY FROM POPLAR BLUFF TO NORTH LITTLE 'ROCK...GIVE ME 3o.qo |T., '.*-«. } -~-.' -L '' I Thd* Mtaf emmpfcf ef FeatfierbectcJing were f alien'from Raifroad i P*yvol teccrds wUJi «ra epen for. Inspection io ihc public* Get Paid This Kind of Money for Doing \ J f> *.(_!) _ " J#-H . 5 -IV f 1 "' * mm. **: m m m.. mm mm 'B-'irs? 1 *-•• -.-I- ' ' ', •• ' W "+ ',-. •' f"- The f FEATHERB , ' "• '^T^S^ ''if-' ^rPr^flP ™^S^"

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