Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 11, 1958
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HOP! §fAR, HdPf, ARKANSAS Tuesday 11 f 19S§ Docket t L, C idaled. Municipal CmtH t>f Hope, Arkan- Sfls, fcoVembfr 10. 105B City B6cktt Alex May, speeding. Forfpiled ?S eash bohd. i FlbHa .Johnson, feckless driving Forfeited $25 cash bond, ftoish Williams, George Idh, fra driver's licrhsp. $S cash btmd, boish Williams, Claude Ward, no stale ear license. Forfeited $10 Citsh bond, , gid Williams, disturbing the Forfeited $2fl cash bond. Lindsey, disturbing Hie fried; fined $2fi. While, driving while intox- Forfelled $50 cnsh bond - served brtc day in jail. . Willis Carler, possessing utilaxed intoxicating liquor for sale. For- fcHdd $100 cash bond. Renn Mae Smith, aggravated assault,, Plea guilty; fined $50. Allison Woodbcrry, drunkenness. Forfeited $10 cash bond, fimest Taylor, drunkenness. Pica guilty; fined $10. State Docket - ' Paul May, driving while Inlox- kated. Plea guilty; fined $!>0 and one,day in jail, , Paul May, ho State car license. Plea guilty; fined $5. Perkins -Glut 1 Company, Di.vis Clay Company, T. 'J. Blackman. overload. Forfeited $25 cash bond. ', Oscar .White, trespassing. Dismissed, on payment of cost. 'i Civil. Docket - r ;9rantley'S Texaco Station vs. C. H. Bag-wall and Wallace Bagwell, , ItoRe .Baskqt Company, garnlshce, -action on account for $114.fiO. Dis- rniss,ed without prejudice on motion iof Plaintiff, Bridges List? Plan to Stem GOP Rvolt By BELL, CUKE AND CUTEY—tilt! enough for any salad is this Inch-luni! Italian cucumber displayed by eighUyear-old Kathy Mlncrovic 1 . Tlu' klng-slxwl cuke gruw Jii the CJcvuland, Ohio, garden of her grandfather. WASHINGTON 'lAPi — A conn. ti'r piopnsol by St'n Styles Bridges ifi-NH» dink $nmo of the fire oi.il of a crowing revolt by thd Senate's Republican liberals to clay. With the liberals demanding a greater -voice in Republican af< fairs, filicides proposed to expand t-he OOP learter.shlp jobs to three find Inch'tlc ,-i liberal in one of the posts, The Mr-w Hampshire senator said in a telephone Interview that 'he will discuss his proposal, vvilh Presklo.'it Eisenhower and firkann and N;ishvi!!c. escofft News 'Mr. find Mrs. II. D. Bratchcr, Mrs. Meftie Robinson and Mrs. Tim McClelland spent a part of lost week in Faycltoville where Mr. Bratrhor attended a termite ex tormina tii in school. Mrs. McCaskill Entertains Wednesday Brlclae Club Mrs S. H. Scott. Mrs. Al Williams. Mrs. Tom Bomis, Mrs. Mark Jusliss and M'rs. Frank Gilbert were ndili'd I'nrsls when Mrs. Gviss Mt-Ciiskill etilertiiined thu Wodnes- clay Brigc; riiib ;il her home Wed- nesdii.v iifti-'i'iuinn. Lovoly iirrange- iTH'ntK uf marigolds nncl clirysun- thonuirns currying out the yellow color scheme decorated the rooms. Mrs. Scott won the high score This store is supporting — FARM-CITY WEEK Nov. 17 thru Nov. 22 -v .Always "fitting; & , . .....and proper Block 8.95 " FLORSHEIM slip-ons r < " * -JL li^e the snug-fitting "' . e»«i|oft of SiJp-Ons, and I here's no one 'but Florslieiin iliat styles laceless sluxis ' f |e 'ijc 1 , worn fpr bolb husiness antl Juisure; WED. THURS, SPICIALS priisc. A dessert course in Ihe Thanksgiving motif was servwl. Others present were Mrs. Blnin H?iys, (Mrs. Alien Gee. Mrs. Dnllia Atkins, Mrs. It. H. McKeni/.o, Mrs. Basil Munn, Mrs. Jim Nelson and Mrs. Saxon Regan. j Bill Anderson, student at South- 1 t-rn Stale College spent the week( end with his parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. Frank Anderson. Miss Buchanan Has Bunk Party Miss Marlon Buchanan entertained 'with a bunking party nt her home on Wednesday evening for the girls in the Prescotl Curley Wolves homecoming royalty. They Included iM'isses Ginger Cruse, Betty Ligon, Nancy Lewis, Barbara Bright, Connie Harvey. Caroline Wilson, Pat Hullom and Burbara Bolls. | Miss Annette McDougald, datlgh- I tor of Mr. and Mrs. Reese Mc] Dougakl, former Prescott residents, has been selected one of the 20 upper classmen nl Harding College to bo listed, in Who's Who Among Students in American Uni» vcrsities and Colle.ges. Party At T c en-Age Club A party was lield at the Toen- Age Club on Wednesday night following the Prescott Curley Wolves homecoming game with Bearden .for the homecoming royalty, students and former students. A white football inscribed with a maroon P was suspended from the ceiling and matching streamers extended to each corner of the room. A bowl of maroon mums interspersed with a white bow worn 'placed on one end of the snack bar. A white cloth covered the serving table centered with a basket football container filled with white chrysanthemums and intermingled with the maroon letters P.H.S, and was flanked by ninroon megaphones, Miniature goal posts wore placed nt each end of the taible, Mrs. Vernon Bu- chnni\n and, Mrs. Lusie L,ee Cruse j5resiflcd at the two punch bowls. Brownie Troop 3 Entertains Brownie Troop No, 3 entertained Brownie Troop No. 4 at the home of thair leader, Mrs. Archie Johnson on Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was opened with tho Brownio nncl the Plodgr- of Allegiance to 'the flag bv Pnm Fore. Brownie songs were sung and games were played. Mrs, Johnson was assisted in serving cold drinks and cooVics by Mrs, P. U MeRao Jr, and Mrs C, A,. Vnndiver, loaders of Troop 4, to Joan Bratton, Phoebo Johnson, 1 JVTarita Jong Bcmis, Marvnna Cunningham, Pam Fore, Anna Gen-clot], Sara Purtle Knlhy Roa- vos, Barbara Wilson, Sara Lou Pounds, Both Lambert, Ann Vnn- diver. Betty WoodoU. Katliv Bratton, Kny Ferguson, Ellen Gordon, Ellen MeRae and Ann Bolton. Cu(3 Scout Den 8 Meets Cub Scout Den 8 met on Wed- nosdfl.v afternoon in the Jiomp of Mrs. Bill Beck, den mother, with Mrs, W, G, Oliver, M'rs, Pauline Redjpvn find Mrs. J. D, Hines assisting, The meeting opened with each boy telling what hp did Halloween night, Billy HJnos gfivo the invocation jipd sprvgd pnndv npplos to Johnny Recifern, Bill Oliver. David Pry, Gtivy qnd Jerry Beck, Plans wore mn,t}o for an outing for, the next meeting and Jcrvy Bp{k'W0s ejected 'denner for November. The meeting closed \vith Jhp tprd's Prnyor ropoalod in un,- \vilh Pavid Pry loading. Mr. and Mrs. C, R, Gray Jr. pnd children spent tho weekend in N.t;\vpprt as, th? gupsts pf Mrs. P. Mrs, Jltrned, vjsit" i . , aperj' }n Rope. • .. ppbby'jrlendrix of Hope Ijer patents, Jystiss Yaneoy juid Bill M Siaturday visitors {n fe^f- '--- ; ~ T ~ * W A-fiWm «.W»'»gW: . . . .TJw MU}>u'j4»8M to Ite 4}it»P* '.will fea^lhe" snma, as heratofore Vlf-o resident Nixon next month. Bririuf"! who heads the (30P Poiiry C' ''iimitten announced also he wi'l support a move lo give ftepublic.m newcomers—as well as holdov r liberals—at least one important committre assignrri«Jlt each in ihr past, new GOP seh&tors have boft) relegatfd to mefhber- Fhip on minor committees, with assignments made on a basis of strict seniority. Under the leadership of Spn Lyhdon B. Joh**6n o{ Texas. Democrats have modified the seniority custom lo put each Hew member on at least one top flight committed If it is adopted, the Bridles proposal would give such new senators as- Kenneth S. Keating of NfcW Voik and Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania important posts at the beginning of their Senate careers, It also would move up to more important committee jobs mefh* bors like Sen. Jacob K. Javits of New York and Sen. Thursloh B. Morton of Kentucky, who were elected two years ago. The possibility of harvesting choice committee assignments seemed likely to ease son\e of the. liberals' other complaints against the solidly conservative GOP Senato leadership. Apparently lacking the votes to keep Sen. Everett Dirkens of Illinois from succeeding Sen. William F. Knov/land as. GOP leader, 'the liberals had been working qllietly to pick off second place In the lineup. Their goal was to place one of their number in the group that confers weekly With 'Eisenhower on legislative matters. It remains to bo seen whether the liberals will settle for a third- string job without a fight. , PEEP SHOW-'About the she of an automatic toaster, a new battet'y-powere'd TV set with an eight-inch screen is dls- 1 played by a model in Louisville, Ky. Not presently for salf, the unit was developed by General Electric! Co. Soybean Combine Kills Operator JOtfESBOO, Ark. fAP)—Way- land Spikes, 47, of near Moiiulte., was injured fatally today when h^ was run over by a soybean combine he was operating. The accident occurred on a farm about Ihrne miles cast of Black Truck Driver Turned Into Human Torch ATLANTA (AfM—A truck driver was turned into a flaming torch end severely burned by a home' made fire bomb tossed into the cab of his (nick shojily after ha drove away frorrt a 1 strike oouiUt steel plant Monday. Edwin Linvvood Gossett of nearby ttamptoh leaped from the truck and ripped off his flaming clothes". A passenger ill the truck leabed to safety and was tininjur*' 4 Patrolman ft, L. Rhodes, vho escorted the -truck load of steel from Ihe Atlantic Steel C~.j said f'he fire tJotttberf. apparently tfa£ thrown fffcm , Behind some bushes along the fctri'et. dosselt had just dfivett ff8rii the plant with'Vload o! steel fof his eh-ip.loyar,, the Southern States fiqutpmch'f Corp.. of Hampton. The Atlantic! Steel do,, wan closed Oct. 31 by a strike that« idled about 1.400 workers. w Gosselt was takeh to his h&me aftef hospital treatment. The strike, said President How 1 ' ard 6, Johnson, involved seniority dnrriands of the lodal tihioH Of lh<* frnitecl Steel Workers of America. CllJ-de E. Dye, president o ! the local, said the walkout slehirned Irom grievances, including settlor* ily ahd the doubling up oh work, ONE HIT, N6 RUNS Oak. Spikes' combine struck a hid* den stump 1 and he was thrown from the driver's seat into thf path of. the machine. Me died about 10 minutes after the accident, Survivors include his widow and two children, , Arte. (#) — it Was just one of those days for Marlhi Saline. 29, of Phoenix, Me tarn* nied his auto into a State Highway Patrol cal 1 , parked at the Nogales police station, Saline, promptly nabbed, Was cha I'ged 'with drunken driving, The family of Mrs. Ella Peyton acknowledge with deep appreciation your kind expression of sympathy during the death of our loved one. • From Lion Research Laboratories comes... in LION GASOLINES ONLY! Full' ffftocfc-Frce Poorer New Hiah Gas Mil / Controls Spark Plw* Mis-Firing / Keeps Carburetor Clean . >/Multiplies Spark Plug life / Conquers^arburctor lc8"Stallinf / Protects Fuel System From Corrosion Now there's ^ e3?citij)g new standard of Wonite, TJ«§ Advenm^uperehflrfin| fddi*\ „ . fr-t , 1 _l _1«__J> J_1__l_*_l ' !*_._ 1 —Ti-... «. n n M l*.-.nn 4-1-%^^ -fi-VtCJ^ ftf\ 111 r ^[(ffff .*.!' for! power, efficiency mic} pfQtectiog f^r thp Wgh'' iivp make? 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