Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 1, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 1, 1958
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MOPl Phans ?-§4§1 3 Circle Z-.ot the WSCS of the First Methodist Church will' meet oH Mohday, Nov 3 al 3 p.m. in the home bf Mrs. C. D. Lester with Mrs. L. L, Sail as co'hostess. Circle 4 WsCS of the First M'elh* oclist ChUrch will meet Monday, « oV. 3; at 3 p.m. in the home Of rs.iS,' J. McCabe. Circle 0 of WSCS of the First Methodist Church Will meet Mondrf'i Nov. 3. dt 2 p. In. ill the home of Mrs. L. fi. Tooley. Circle No. 1 of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday. Nov. 3 at 3 p.m. in the homo of Mrs. R. B. Moore. ^The Hope Band Auxiliary .will meet at Caution Hall Monday, NoV. 3 nt 7:30 p.m. ^^ec).itiye.Meeting will be. at C This is-ah Important meeting and the trip to Conway will be discussed. Circle 3 of ; the ;WSCS of the first M'cthodlst Church will meet Monday, Nov. 3 at 3 p.m. in the home of 'Mrs, O,.VW. Amos, Mrs. J. D. Walker will be co-hostess. November 4 The Builders'Bible Class of'the First Baptist Church will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 4 at the church at 7 p.m. A covered dish super will be served. All members are urged to attend, Friday, November 7 Kitchens and M'rs. Laura Hacker. The meetlhg was called to order by the president Mrs- Opnl Mcliatie Who presented the teacher. Mrs, Carl Stutter, who |ave a brief word of welcome. A Very delicious salad plate was served the 'entire group. Miss •feugetiia' Kdsher was program chairman arid led the ladies ifi several interest' ing gairies. News Br /e/s FORT SMlTtt, Ark. Some 175 coin collectors are cK' peeled to' meet here tomorrow {of a two-day convention of the Mis- souri'Arkansas Mumlsmatic S-!oci< ety LITTLE ROCK (API—ttosvai'd P 1 . Pratt of Litllc Rock was namuil by Cov. Orval Fa tub us yesterday to the slate Board of Accounting to 'succeed J. O. Mitchell Jr.. of Little Rnck, whose term expired. Prat will serve uniil Aug. 17, 1961. Since the Middle EaM crisis oi last July. MANILA. Philippines (APT The Philippines counted seVcfl persons dead and font- missing today and pwsuhied drowned from Typhoon Lpfha. Baitiage was eSU Hiated al Sis million dollars aS lh» typhoon moved oft toward Jatiah ahd Iowa >t!hla. JffCOStA, CyprUs (At 5 ) —A If- year-old British youth was shot ohd killed ih Farhaifiistf tnrfnv white \Valkifig td w"ofk. He ttfiS Ihd votingest of l3l SHtons, killed In Cybrtis ift the 3H> yenrs of ter- rorisl activity by £ d K A, the Greek Cypriot Uftdergrochd. THc youth, firyah Edward f'feedc, was the son of a British army Sergeant. EL' DORADO, Ark. (AP>—The Prescollte M a n u facturing Co., makers of light fixtures, dedicated a $500,000 plant here yesterday. Winthrop Rockefeller, chairman of the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission, spoke at the ceremony. LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A one year prison term assessed against James Roy Mcdford of Franklin County WPS commuted yesterday The Hope Unit of the United by GOV. Orval Faubus to six | Council of Chcrch Women will meet I in the Chapel of the First Fres- p J^terian Church al 2 p.m. on Nov. |i "'Mrs. James Pilkinton will have Is charge of the program. The theme of it will foe "Exchange: Good Ideas, People.' Those allending are asked lo .bring warm clolhing and an offering. Senior Ladies unday School Class Meet in Fellowship Hall The eni6r Ladies Sunday School « ass of the Hope Gospel'Taber- cle met on Thursday evo'nihg at 7 oclock in the Fellowship'' 'Hall with 31 present. The' oc'casi'on-of the meeting was the 'closfe' of"'' a month long contest with 2isepar ate groups headed by ''Mrrfj LAST DAY — 2 BIG HITS ' • Paul Newman.^.7 "LEFT HANDED GUN" — Plus — 1 SPACEMAST X-7 ^ STARTS TOMORROW Here's a Movie the Whole Family Will Enjoy GLENN FORD SHIRLEY MacLAINE PJCTURIOFTHI YIAR , , , , BAMB! JN COLOR MIQKiY 5HAMSHNESSY EPQAR BUCHANAN' ChiWern 12 F1IJ * * ! - «& 5S months. Mcdford was sentenced Aug. 7 on a conviction pf illegally passing a check. LITTLE ROCK (AP)—A resolution favoring a pay raise for state legislators was adopted yeslerday by Ihe Arkansas Bar Assn.'s executive committee. The proposal is on the ballol for Tuesday's general election HELENA, Ark. (AP) — Lawsoi? Patrick Kceshan, past president of the Arkansas Funeral Direclois Assn,, died al his home here ye*- lerday. He was 62. Kceshan is survived by his widow. LITTLE ROCK (AP)—The Arkansas Hairdressers and Cosmelol- ogisls Assn. will hold a three day annual convention and tracic show here betunnino; tomorrow. AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — The TTnite.d Arab Republic's ban on Jordanian planes flying over U A..R. lerritory wns lifted today: The U.A.R. blockade on all kinds of Jordan-bound highway transport, including trucks carrying oil across Syria from Lebanon, also was lifted. The bans had been in effecj DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE HALLOWEEN SPECIAL TONITE & SUN. 2 Great Disney Hits in Color CAP! — A fioftld appellate court today heard artjitHienls *—behind closed doors — in the state's appeal against annulment of the marriage of aitress Inarld BergmaYi* ahd' Robei-ln ftnssollint. Aftei' & two-hour session the court hdtniiriied the case to Dec, 6. The annulment was granted last July 10 arid the stale prosecutor nopealed, Until the court rules, 11ic 19&0 Mexican proxy mnrrihgc will remain oil record, Miss Bergman has intention of marrying Ssvedish publisher Lars Schmidt when and if the annulment becomes final. COPENHAGEN (AP) •— Arne Krogh died Thursday with an inch-long stiletto In his heart. It had entered his body when ho ffave a blood transfusion that saved a hospital patient's life. A month after the transfusion the 31-year-old t r u c k d r i v e r slcmped dead over his steering wh^ol. The chief sureeon nt the hospital said the stilello, used inside a small tube lo penetrate the vein Cor the transfusion, apparently slipped into the bloodstream and cvenlually reached the heart. Artificial Leg Case Is Solved CLARKSV1LLE', Ark. (AP)—The case of the artificial leg is solved. Hoyt Vaught, a Sheridan automobile dealer, lold Sheriff' Roberl Hardwicke ycslerday that he is the 'one who discarded the artificial leg—a woman's—on a rural road near here. Residents were puzzled when the leg was found Tuesday, lying av the roadside complete with a hifih- hceled shoe and nylon stocking. ' Vaught told the sheriff he found the leg in some "used furniture ho bought here and tossed it from his car: Sheriff Hardwicke said a group of Clarksville High School studem> have found a good use for the leg They plan lo put it in a "house of horrors" at a school carnival £o- night in Hie Iccn-acc years, beauty of hair and skin are all Inuwrtant. Ami they're re- latedf Dandruff can affecl your skin in a.ldUlon to destroying the glossy, Silky !*iS I U*2U,,» i, n ir TI.SB irlrl litckles the twin Mroblcitts of dry scal|» iind daiidrulr look of vour <"eft) with a meSlealed deslftned just for this punwsc. Slie uses (center) a mellcalcd so5rpl«nl«i buck her hair artd working up a B ood soa.-y lather. And iw a further ste|iJb her pro.ram, she makes »w* of • (rlfthl) Which licU us it |»owder base while It does Its good work up her eoiuplextDU. She doej noi attempt to coVcr blemishes wllli hefcV| .N and she docs watch her diet «nd exercise slnte she ttMi.es skht probletaw *tM* be tackled from the Inside as well as the outside. .»•,.,., ^, • Prescott News da Smith, asslslecl by her utmt, (her .new yrnntlsun In Beaumont, Mrs. Sue Bradley, served dainty ' WSCS Has Study | First Baptist Church on Monday On Monday afternoon the WSCS'evening, Oct. 27 live new deacons of the First Methodist Church were ordained. They wore Willburn! met at the church for Ihc second Willis, Hnm-ll Hines, Thell ITnn- sludy on "Isaiah Speaks." I ning, J. T. McRac and Lyndell Bti- The meeting was opened with [chanan. The service opened wLlh Ihe singing of "Holy, 'Holy. Holy" followed by the ' devotional from Isaiah given by Mrs. L. C. Gatlin. Mrs. B. A. iDoLamar conducted the group singing "We're Marching to Zion." The recommendation of the council of the new deacons was read by the study on "The Three Periods j the chairman, Vcrnon Fore and of Isaiah's Prophetic Activity' that was followed with a round table dlscssion. The third study Miss Eloise Hudson rend the recommendation of the Church. The charge lo each cnndldutu and Ihe will be held on November 17 at | church was given by Rev. Harold the church. Wilson of Boughton. | Rev. Dexter Blcvins, pastor or the Third' Baptist Church in Mai- vcrn delivered the ordinalion sermon and Rev. Clifford Miller gape the ordination prayer. After the laying on of hands by the nrdi.na- tion council. Hcv. W. n. Woodoll. pastor presented the .qrdinalioji certificates. "Amazing Grace" Was- 1 sung as the closing hymn and Ver- Methodist Metis Club Has Supper The Methodist Men's Club met in the Educational 'Building of the church on Monday evening for a covered dish scpper.-The invocation was given by W. F. Ligon. The devotional was given by J W. Grimes. During the Business session il, non F°re gave the benediction, was voted to contribute $50 to the i Hendrix College Fund sponsored by j Brownie Troop No. 2 Meets the Methodist Church. I _ „ »,„...... Adam Guthric Jr., conduclod n _, Brownie Troop No. 2 met at the quiz on "Could You Pass a Test ; Tcen A K e club °" Monday after- to Become an American Citizen?" ! noon - Thc « irls haci fu » maki "S The closii}g.,pra'yer was offered by Mr, Grimes.,, < , Rosemary is the . herb of remembrance, Pive,New Deacons Ordained By First Baptist Church Al Ordinalion Services at the DOROTHY leecl cookies and cold drinks to Brownies Gail Grnham, Gllda Faye Hlncs, Vernia Oglcsby, Su- .san Word, Janet Jordf.n. Ginny Gray, Sandra Kay Anderson, Dorothy .Covlngton and Little Miss Brenda Hlnus and Mrs. Aubrey Anderson. Roy Hicks Rotary Guest Speaker J. H. Robertson, minister of the First PrcsUjyterlan church, was program chairman of Ihe Rotary Club al their regular Icnchcon at (lie Lawson '.Hotel, Tuesday. .Mr. Robertson introduced Roy iHicks, minister of the First Presbyterian Church at Gurdon. Mr. Hicks selected as his theme "The Kings M'en." 1 Visiting Rolnrians, were Victor Cobb, Ruins Hcrndon, Past pistrict Governor Terrell Corj;e)ics, Hope, Ark., -Aotarlnn Roy W. JJicks, Cur- don was guest speaker and guest of J. W. Robertson. Tpxns. Mr, and Mrs, Allen Geo spent Tuesday in Hot Springs. Mrs. Florinc Buchanan is the and freshmen at the Univt'i'ilty Arkansiis. •' ' •'»' '' Pal Haltom, Linda OtiU'r fl,_ Brayer, Betty Llgon, Jim'-MtiijjJphile Doris Hasley, Phyllis Foster ' fad 'Mrs Wayne Kley ulleiKlccl'-iCrnoEU 1 guest of her son, Donnell Buchna-j ln( , O f u lc Galloway J Sii,b?t)|strlct, mi nnrt fnmlK* iti 'Pitlsn. Okln.' i\<rx»-E< in m^ttlne Mtm\r1nft ' ntrfVil* an and family In Tulsa, Oktn.' Mrs. Otho Stephenson visiled In Prescott Tuesday. Miss Frances Thrasher and Mrs. Frank Anderson spent several days this week in Fayctleville where they attended a conference be- IWPii (English teachers, picnic pals MVP in Blcvins Monday.', The growing season iii^Arknn-,, sas' extreme norlhv/cstern ".ftpr-, • lion averages 10,9 .daysft'lhflhe •. •southern part of the state jMpjant ^ growing season is "2*)""days';''l^ils >%. makes an u'vqrage'"ojf "2Q& r rfays ,i' growing "for the' stolp. '-•')'- '•< "' f Mrs. Myrlle C. Hays is spending a few days al Wilton visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. HVTrs, Luther Burns of Litlle Rock has been the guest, of Mr, and Mrs. Rc/berl Peachoy. Mr. and M;\s. A. V. Regnlcr spunt several days this week in Cainden. . .j 1 Hallowe'en wilch.es heads vising a | paper,,cup for aj ho I, cloves for the eyes, etc,.Prayer was {dven by Donna Mitchell, a visitor. Mrs. B. C. Stivers is thu guesl 'The hostess for thu week, Glen-I of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stivers and VOTE REFERRED ACT NO. 19 -, J ' . ^ r- >* 1*7 Pol. Ad pujd for by llcmpstead County,Toocjujr Assn., G. S. Williamson, president {-! Teen-Agers Are Changing Rock 'N' Roll Record Hoar Dorothy Dix: 1 have a problem thai is almost universal with today's teenagers, vet I don't think you have ever mentioned it. I love rock 'n' rol} music but my parents object whenever I have it on the radio, I can listen to my own record player in m.v room but I don't have a radip, How can I make them change thpjr minds? — Ttrsa Hep Cat Dear Girl; Would you like to be let in on a little secret? The news is that }'pc}> 'n' rpJJ js los;ng popularity with teenagers. There's a slow but sure movement back to — guoss what? The classics. Young pconlci fire discovering that there's real charm in string quartets, piano concertos and svmphO' nios, Why not l>o the first in your crowd tr> pinpoint the new trend? Bov, willl your folks bo surprised when 3'ou epnif? homo with ypur first Hnndol j-ocordinfr, Most pnr- ents have been j'ecorjcjjed, tf) gome rock 'n' roll! Jmusic but you kids hpye' beet} qvpriJoinK jt,-Pargn'-s gel llred of the same thing over ,a,nd ov,pr, (jet a little variety infp your listening and I'm sure your to)Hs will] be reasonable, that I'd have felt thp nine of my' father's 'hand even at 18. Her friends are dcfinilely nol Hit- "rifihl kind." She's the baby of the family , and to say thol she's spoiled h' a gross understatement. I've only , been in tho family four months but I sure would like to straighten this kid out — Phyllis C, Doar Dorothy Dix; Dear Phyllis; Your intontious arc aclmirabllel but there'? nc.thing you ' can, dp. Onc> move from you and the family will rise up and crv ' "interfering in • law," Thp youn;< | lady has a mother, father and a s-' sorted brothers and sisters. Jf thev | rsnn't set her slrnisht, no one can. Tell your husband how vnu foci but don't let on to anyone olsc, al leas) until you are thoroughly Eicceptcd ' os n loving daughter-in-law. ' qear Dor,olhy pis; My husband has a sister who 17 fimj b,oy pragy, §h,Q Jigs pb: lutely r»o respect or consideration for her mother, JJT fr,ct, J am ocH'gd St the way she acts at ji)me. If I lijid ever bohsvejj likq «(1<. || IP! |!fl|T TO FOiCi WIM «w wwf tf j Jr Door Dorothy 'Di,\To wive a svnopnis of mv p lorn; Si-x months aso I mot a dier, we fell in love and oiu- marrj«ec. Then hp ttjlrl mo hr> had a child in Germany and )h j i( ,Uie rnolhor'is coming tn York. Jip said hp was no' good and we'd • baiier bronk off, Wo -Jirl i nrl ni»v ', ] Jpari; ihat he's ?oiim with a pi''l I from his neighborhood. I still ca'T i about .hifn and wonder if I should , ppjl at>d iisk about th? German sirl i pear Maureen: Thp iraulem, fi bet was a convenient figment of t ycyv soljdipr's iinaginnlion. Tlii 5 sarnbit has become aulte a point- j lap go,g with service mni who wajil j to drop a tirpsome girl without )<7 C - j if\s facp, Hf's very rifht about OOP * thing: he's "no good." csiieolilly r or"you. Drop the telpuhonins idea and put him i« {he Jilmbo of los-t loyos The A.B.C. Symbol. The right to purchase or.refrain from purchasing this publication-gives you, the reader, and no one else the power to pass judgment on whether 0 it shall continue to survive. This symbol represents the standards by which your voluntary response is measured, It testifies to the advertising- value of this publication, 1 It also serves as a constant guide tp our'readers'opinion, •"Al ' Y' •I,; ^ •-£3 cm -^: D,pro}hy $>%; beoii J^ld that J11 never not Scbfl ii) |!vm fictivijios. TW*' ' roems very unfair. 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