Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 3, 1958 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 3, 1958
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Monday, Hstgrnltet 3, 1§S§ The Negro Community . ; fee th« day .i llc desire of ajj)3eai'ilig cie'VCf Bfljefi pfeVeftts 6Ui' beaofftitig sd — Sechefoticfttfld. Calendar 6f gv«Hls.'.' " The Yergef;§h6Ver "P. T, A, Will hold its regular Weelirtg MoH* day Nov. 3, at ?;&) pv iti, ifi the High School Study Mail,, All par* fefits ahd friends are asked tt) be jtfesettt ahd on time. MPS. G, Wtl« l^Hsoh, Reported ^ '"*" """ ff The Seventy Potifth A'nMial Ses« sipti of the West Aj-kaHsas Annual Cpftfcrendei of the Weftth 'Eflisco» pal CistHct, African Methodist tifiscopal Church Will convene at St. Phillips AME Church in Mag< ftolia, Wednesday, Nov. 8 through Sunday, Nov> 9, During this con fefehce rnany outstanding church men will address the delegates. Kirs. Eslella Tidewell of iRosston Cpn'^fehce Branch President of the Senior Missionary Society and Mrs, E, L. Micks, the Conference Branch Supervisor of the Young People's Department, will preside at. the sessions of the .Department, wjth Mrs. 0. L, Sherman, .Episcopal Supervisor of the 12th District. ;Mrs. E, M. tfelsoh, 'Conference Sunday School Sup't,. wilU••preside at the Conference Sunday -;Schdol orL.Sijnday rnbrning, '•Ji'.ev.'S, J. Garrett. is host pastor and the Right Rev. O.'L. : Sherman is presiding Bishop, , • Gtegwpty Quiz Answerta ifgheifdi gfSzil •iiAHeHaneUy , general Mfilive TWiliytei, 8 State in MAL*?JL*.LJ*.° fJi-M K A M s A * It Olefc f HIM* 17 e«l»ih tetter 24 Created Local Baby Wins Contest In a baby contest held recently at Macedonia Baiptist Church in Columbus, Bessie Arnell Chatnr b'ers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Chambers of Hope won first place. She also won second place at the Southwest District Assn. in Okolona. NFulton Community News Mi's. Pearl Phillips of Chicago is the house guest of her sister, Mrs. L. A. Sloan. £3 Damage! 24ffaVelchaH 2? Ehlafged 2$ Initates 32 Lessened 34 Place in offict .. ?Pi.tt 58=*=-and win 49 inland 30 Moslem judge 48 dfy of (Vaf,) batehahals 51gae<* SOA/Heaft •Sftifotoii v Moslert 35 WiriceS 51 AftoW pbisbtl « AgNU 62 Essential 43 SnatchM beltig *••>l* 1 ^ 6 ',... 55 Highways 40 Scottish hill (ab.) 38 Girl's name 39 Speed contest 41 Gfatuity ,42 Work unit '44 Beehive 46 City oft th« Ganges 49 Asiatic plant 53 Equip 54Dislikei 56 Exist 87 Tie SB Negative votes 59E\'er.,(poet.) 60 Places 61 Woody plant DOWN J Dudes ' 2 Pail* . TIZZY TJI, *•* U.S. Ttl OH e 1«B by NEA 9<nU; Ine "Well, Joey sorta asked me for a date! He wanted to ,khow how Pd be fixed for money next Friday, night!" By Nodine S«.tz«r &)f/i FLASH GORDON HUMPBACK PTfeRODACTVl VVA.6 Kate Osann Obituary Cornelius Miller died at his home in Blevins, Saturday, Nov. '1 Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Hicks : Funeral Home, Inc. John Hightowcr died at his home on Hickory St., in Hope Saturday, Nov. 1. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Hicks Funeral Home. Coronation C e remonies Louise Essex, ICMA Class, Mrs. N. R, Yerger, sponsor, was crowned queen at Harris Gymnasium Friday, Oct. 31. The coronation in/observance of Homecoming,, be- gfi^.with a processional. *,„,;• v• Two heralds from the first grade Meredith Watkins and.'Stanley.Wil- son, announced the coming, of the queen, Linda Gamlble arid-'Linda Nelson, followed strewing flowers along the way. Last year's queen Pauline Poindextev and Co-Cap tain Freeman Prater, preceded the queen, Louise Essex, -leaning 1 , on'-the -arm of Capt." John L. Scott-, "was followed b"y a train of 14 repre sifiatives from the 7th through the 12th grades. The crowning ceremonies took place on the stage. This was folio-wed 'by a musical program directed .by Mrs, Edna Spearman. "My Bonnie" by Boys Glee Club Solo, CarJotla Grigsby; Solo, John L. Dennje, accompanied on guitar by 0, N, Dennis Jr..; A mixed octet from the Senior Gloss sang "Star? Of Tlie Summer Night," •j^rincipar Will V,', .Rutherford congratulated' .and prosenfod the queen q letter officially, rocognte- ing her as Miss Verger of 1958-59, and. giving her permission to attend all school petivitjes'free, jfffjrrator and mistress of ceremonies, Yera Williams a junior Coronation Committee! fylrs, N. R, Yerger; chairman, M.rs, EJstel} Spearman, (Mrs. L, J, Yereer, Mrs. Edna Spearman and 'Miss Myrtle Yergpr, Thp Gulf stream, which warms (ftp climate of the' high' Jatjtud.es jr» the norft ,AtJant|p, rnal?es it ppssibje for such pieces as Ice.' Jfip4 and .the faeroe Islands to raise sheep an4 vegetable ovpps, ROACH . HUGHES INSURANCE t FJr» f tlfi * Ciiu Can ,we borrow the shower curtain? 'There's no top on Haruou'c rrviii/oi-tiklDl" NORTH. TO, REPORT FC5R, LLJLU BELLB, itL' 60 WlfH HOME TOWW1 CAPTAIN IASY IT IS VVORS6I WE'UU UEVeZ MAKE /-HEWS Al: IT TO TOWN) ANP TH^RB AR6 / HOUSfi. :><»0 MOTELS ALON6 HERS! WHY NOT SHAME HIM IMTO IT, HERBERT REFUSES TO U£T ME SUVA NEVJ WAT DARLING- HOW A BEAUTIFUL lf f BLONDIE--WHATOO J "Now this is the neighborhood I was tejling you about!" 5ir>? (V.A^Ct* By on Harvey's convertible! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS I woN'r DO IT/ WHAT HAVE »« THE- MAKEMQpf WORK FOR ME, f WlU_yA? R«g U S Pal. Ott, J 'Thi§ i§ NOT th§ eld fishing hat yovi threw out this nwmng. It's th§ gnt id Tyrner's wife threw cut}" ,VOU 1 ^,'E,,.V£WC'\^6 1 | OOV.V? NOXi fN^ 1 ^0-SV Of VOVSR GO TO THE MARKET, RRISCILL'A, AND BUY US FOUR FROZEN PINNERS, / WHAT KIND V SHOULD I S- G-ET ^Sl I'LL LEAVE) . T WAT-TO i- YOU, DEAR! •SURPRISE I WONDER MOM WILH OUT OUR WAY W}IHefn« OU«? With Mojcir I'VE- HgAKP STIM&S l& GOOP JM BEES HAS GOT PUT TH' GUV WHO WANTS TH KNOW WHO PIP TH'THUMPJM'OM THEIR WITH A CAME,' CAESAR, . , : f- ~~ ^R5 OP A FW5-AiARK A\U5T FUUL Jt-D 8gcA/v\? ^eusv j,pOKED fHe/A/f-I'U ' ' " T. , .- IN THE gCXX HASTED t<? WE T(?ADIN<S ^HAK-KAFF/"v|P y<9( /JILL 6TAV HERE AMD OKAY WITH MS,/ I'Ltf - H5RB OLE-1 , BATTLESHIP LpMg>Ai --•BACK HpL,T}S'';| a IF y?y ;>*T«!ffii *'Ht|^

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