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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 13, 1958
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R 8 P r *§ t A R » MOPI, A R 1U W § A § Calendar ThuPgdsyi 1§ the Spring Hill PfA wilt H6e THursdoj- at ^30 p.m. in th High Stihooi auditorium, All patents are urged to attend. be ill the home of Mrs. Seasle oft NoVehibef 21. The Baker MD Club Mil Thursday, Nov. 15 at 7530 al Ihe home of Mrs, J, W. ' «1 members are urged Io allettd the Kathleen Mallory Circle \vil meet tonighl at 7:30 in Ihe home of MVs, Harold Knight. Friday, Novembec 14 The JtvSr. PTA Study Gt'ottp Will meet al Ihe Home Economic Cottage Friday, tfov. 14 at 10 a.rri, Julius Adams, principal, vfill 'speak ofl the subject "A Changing Ctif ^fcliHim for a Changing World," Hope Council of Garden Club will meet Friday at fl;30 a.m. at the homo of Mrs. Billy Da*n'Jones', 200 Plnecrest Street, Mrs. Horaee Phillies Hostess To Spring Hill-Ho Club The Spring Hill HD Club met in the home of Mrs. Mor.n'cfe Phil; lips Nov. 6. Mrs. Mary Beasley, Vesidenl. called the house to order, Devotion \Va_s given by Mrs. Phillips, followed by a prayer by Mrs, Lesler Huckabee. Plans were made for the yearly Christinas party. The club also decided to give Christmas -gifts to patients, in the Hope. Mursjng Home. " • • • '. Ttefreshments were served to six members and a visitor, Mrs,. Mozell Phillips, The next meeting .will , SJARTS FRIDAY 2 ACTION y.' 1 FEATURES • • Purple Monster • Color, Cartoon 1 ' • LATE SHO>X SATURDAY U:OOP, Garland PTA mm M the Gnrlafid School PTA me Wednesday at 3100 p.m. with Mrt M. B, Hfiteh", principal giving a interesting talk on.Our Philosophy Mrs. fid O'Gran accompanio'l b Mrs, Gedf-ge frazier, sahg thre selections, "Getting to Kno'w Volt" "I. Could Have fianced All Night 1 8hd "Christopher fiobin Is Sayin His Prayer." Mrs. Thomason' room won a dollar for having th most fireschl, Vews iMiss Jo Ann Roberts be"came the bride of Wilbur H. flolding, Oct 24 at 1 p.m. in the College .Vle\\ Baptist Church in Magnolia, the bride is the daughter of Elder atu M'rs. C. t. Roberts of Magnolia The groom is the son of Mr. anc Mrs, James T. Boldlng of Hutllg. Ark, ^ Reverend Roberts, father of the bride was the officiant in the double ring ceremony. Vows \vere exchanged in front of in altar ,rail flanked with greenery, baskels of white gladiolus'and stock and candelabra, Nuptial music was presented by Miss Margie Byrd of Ourdon, pianist and 'Miss Gloria Willelt of El Dorado \yho_ sang "Wither Thou Goest," Because," and "The Lords Prayer'..;, as the couple knelt at the close of tlie service. Jerry Kidd if Hope "and John William\Harold II of Camden were candlelight- ll'S. ;. The bride, who entered on the irfn of her uncle, A. G. Martin jf Hope, wore ,.a floor-length dress sf French imported satin accentuated with seed pc.vls, fashioned vith a fitted bodice with a scoop- ig neckline and sleeves extending nto petal points over the hands. Her waist length veil of illusion prinkled with seed pearls fell from a crown of seed pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of white carnations centered with a purple .lhroaled_w,hile orchid. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the groom. Miss Linda Lee Gilbert of Hope was Miss Robert's maid of honor. She wore a street length dress of red velveteen and a bandeau of red ..velveteen and illusion. She carried a--nosegay of white french feathered mums flanked with tule and satin ribbon and lace. Junior •bridesmaid was Miss Donna Bolding, . niece- of the groom. Bridesmaids were Miss Janet Roberts, sister of the bride and Miss Louise Boldlng,'sister .of the groom. Little Miss Cindy Snyker," cousin of the bvTde, was flower girl, and wore a dress identical to the bride's -and' carried a white satin tlgwer basket ruffled with orchids of illusion and seed pearls. Her barideau made, on the same order as the other attcndanls was of white satin, illusion and seed pearls. Master Sedford Gordon Bell Jr. ot Little ftock. cousin of the bride", cflrried the traditional while ssltn pillow ahd weddftfg Hries. Virgil Dollar serVcd the' groom as best rhan.-^^rooffisftlfcn were Charles Molding of fiudora. Hershall Boldlng ot ttuttig. bi-others of (Me groom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. s chose a black linen dress with pink velveteen accessories rind pinned a while pink throated Orchid flt Her shoulder. M'rs. Sold' ing, mother of the groom, chose a navy crepe two piece dress with black accessories. Her cirs.ise was a\bo a white cembidian orchid. For travel Mrs. Bolding chose a pale blue cashmere suit and brown accessof-ies. She pinned Ihe orchid from her bridal bouquet at her shoulder. After a short wedding trip the couple are at home at 89G Dudley Street, Texarkana, Ark. Tuesday Bridge Club M«ets On November 11. a local clay Bridge Club met irt the home of Mrs. K. G. Hamilton, Mrs. R. V, Merndon was a guest of thd club. The hostess used pretty boiuiucts of chrysanthemums and roses o decorate her •home. When the scores were tallied, Mrs. Tom iVardlaw received the prize for lighest score. Mrs. John Britt and Mrs. Rob Jon'e's tied for prize. Mrs. Hamilton served a salad ate and' co'ffoo to two tables of Jlayers. Mrs. Whitman 'Hbstess to Bridge Club Tuesday •Mrs. E. J. Whitman entertain- her bridge club on Tuesday, November 11, and she had attract- ve arrangements of chrysanthe- Tjums placed at vantage points her home. During tlie afternoon, he hostess served dainty tidbits j nd cold drinks to the members nd one guest, Mrs. Marie Hendrix Mrs. Lylo Brown won high score 'i-ixc and Mrs. 'Kelly Bryant was econd high. Problem Now Finding a New Board of dov, Ofvrtl fc. FflifbuS. | ftrhtkffl. announced St^Crnl wlpi -i|8 iVtrit knrAm'A proRrnffi, <vffifcft 'does HP would bo ft tfafffliflaio* for rmefjfof nflve' the open bacrdftf tit seg- have' beW rtP?n c^Mf wffhmil fn"e tjnr'iy Ffttlblts 1 fiUdowVfttfcrtf, nl- mnss resignation. . lihmiffri ihe" Jtavefrtm-i IMS ttftl Knrnfft Sfllfl yeSlerdft? thnt S3 • ly committed liltfi*etHo tt. fly J6MM «. persons- ftfttf irtmnihR on his Him «&oul ' tlekM nncl thnt the farmer fooHMH bofiMt do- i o identify his 2.1 nntentlil n Hurt-Mtu ffcsk of nndti.it i ' willing luj these potential candidates woiitd enhSldfite* but described thrm us be Screened and a sis-mnn slnt<5 .... . rtnholthct-d tomorrow A sfiokosmttrt for the b<islHM.«« \VfilcH nrosentH* is 'rhan'« , , . . , .. affixed nt thfi type tf diicfntlnS sub Cosh, snld at lensl " Its ptibUd Softools in thrt Sfe of fpdet-rt! tfttirt Irltt'grnlloi ordcrg. Plve member? of the embattled ScHoci board ro.«!gHrd lasi night ttttd thd term of I ftp 1 sisth member Is CJtpirlHg. So rili SlS prtSltlons will lioiis. J"'T""f hnve unlll Ihe end'^"° fl "{ s people who volunteered," sntd |j, rcd "pinhs" HftVe bfoh consldrr- Knrnm. "the wholr city I? Inlet-» f[ ] rt t o series of cr»*h mertlnRi. ested Iri flectltig a «chonl bohr-1 Essprtee of nil 6f them, however, whlrlt will suppnrf our erf-nl tfnv i s establishment of « "titrffaker" erhor." | board whieft will not become in. Kflram It nlttiilhg on a 10-polht vnive'd in the, st«R!-egnlin)i»lhti«4ht' pin I form which refoanlycs ihb pbn- (lr»i coiilrovorsy. Ihnt Lttllc Hock Utah! The spokdsmnn ttdmitied thp gtonp wns hflvlng difficulty ro- crulllH{{ cithdldnles beenuso of four of Vconoitik" reprisal from tllehntd Mevie Praeflce Clears a Ihdttslf? pMtfStM e! ...,...., , holding films' f rofrt' etMt* tJfl»fe«f, «l for some fltnp dffof' Oiey'af^f shown Iti first .nth houses, clertf edVs£ bis? losdi hurdle the US. Cmlrt of ..,. Immisly Upheld the action of Dlsl. Judge Afcxftftder tfdltoff;^ diytfiisirte tt eawptdtfit thftf'"Mj practice Vlolatris ntltlfflis't tflw'iii - -' ftnltoff jpitnd Obrd fheUlta Corp.. which ttfterBtpfc^n^lnWiifl Irt nPnrby rUirfev))^', Mtl^ 'mjl'jfK Ittltjd'to no dflrnfiftCs, ',- Obf-o askdd (febtf dttmaWs $(Wt),nnn under the fiwitwst"!! The firm clnlhled II ioitld', Mtl . to appoint rin interim boafd to serve tirttll aflui the clor- . ~ M flv \ (1 ^embers who res Hort, Mast night — President Upton, It, A. l.ilt'. Harnld EIIR« slhoin. Dr. \V. tl. Cooper nhd eortiplcird ?pt! this w nn At lenst two moves to fieltl full prel «ny nttf*Hipt Io scok n school board pdSltion, except by cm» nf their own, «s Ituournllbnlst - In- !UNVANQUl9HEb-Thei*I* lendary Phoenik of Egyptian i mythology crowns this symbol (Of France's 'Cae-fi university. I Th6 Jmrn'ot-tal bird was beltevt'd to rise from its ashes after being consumed by fire. The University has done the same thing. Almost completely de* stroyed in World War if, its (rebuilding is nearly finished. the other entered by a R ,m,p of lli<? trouble a clothier , ad close lies, "The ballolinK on Nov. 4 not a vote of conl'idetU'tt in the i^emocratlc parly." Lubell said in a dlsctislon on public oplnltin and the olretloh "It wns more li vote of no confidence in Ihe. Republi'ctili DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE FRI r SAT - SUN DOUBLE-BARREL ACTION iMNOOLPH icon Barham -PUrtle Engagement Anno'Un"c e d Mr. and Hrs." J. W. Barham of rescolt announce the engage- nent and approaching mnrriage f their daughter, Carolyn, to Nod ay Purtle, son of Mr. and Mrs. ed Pur.lle of Hope, , Miss Barham is a graduate <if ic Prescott High ' School and is senior at .the University oi Ark- nsas at Fayettevilie. Shu will eceive her Bachelor of Science egrec in Home Economics Edit- Ttion in May. •Mr. Purtle attended Hope High School and received his Bachelor of Science, degree in Animal Husbandry at Oklahoma State Uni- Assures U.S. Space Plans Progressing By MERRIL SWEDLUND FRENCH LICK, Ind. lAP)—The Air Force chief at Capo Canaveral gave his assurance today that Ihe nation's missile programs are advancing "steadily and adequate} y-" . \ "The Air Force has made great strides toward the devol'.ipmcnt of j military capabilities which will' assure us operational,ballistic missiles in the near future nncl aUo extend our air superiority into' space," Mnj. Gen Donald N Yates said in a speech prepared for delivery io The Associated Press Mnnng'intf 'Eitors Assn, Gen. Yates, commander of Pat; rick Air Force Base at Capo Canaveral, reviewed the pressure resulting in relaxing th« secrecy on Canaveral launchings nncl showed pictures of many of them. He added: "It is already necessary to furnish the American pub- . ... here In September, 10,17. Tlie sKlh member, Dr. Dale Allorcl, has been Ihe horo of ses' regntlonlsts since he took an anil- Integration siitnd early in thp Crl' F!S, bill his term is nxptntiH and as a coiigressfnnn-elcct he will not seek rb-dlectlon to the school board. The retiring milnlet polnlod out or no confidence in the. Republican in a statement thnt tin* now board pnriy. . would rcmdlh committed Io pro- 'It seems to me thht we art' cede with'the cotirl-npprnved Ul : [moving into n period ot Incronsln/j He Rock plnn of yradunl inii.'yra-' | political Instability. In_ lhc,pri'scnt lion The bii} question Is him- lonn mood of Ihe public, lan'dslid" any board, even one comprised nl' L'ould follow landslide, with nolh- segregationists, cat) retain public i ing really decisive happening,. 'support If it. moves loward inio- Nnmed defpndnnts Itt^ ..... „„.., J . were LoeW's IHc,, PaV(flrh3lin'tf {'',, Film Di,«tributlM« Col-|j,, Columbiai'.3| Pictures Corp., Wnrn-jr " " ' tu!-y>ox Film "corp,, ftnd Ui lJruFoltv'i''« Artists Corp. The family of Mrs Ross Crank of Ernrnet, acknowledge wirh deep appreciation your kind .expression of sympathy during the death"< , ouHoVed one. .,.<-,. - ^ versity in 1956. He is presently a! ]lc with so much information thnl rancher in Hope, The v/ccMiing.'Wni, be an;eve'nt of ^'" ifi'" December 2C wo also provide the .Soviets with " a valuable insight int — an insight, to, oiu 1 vminlit prog,- First Baptist Church in { Prcffcoft, tn ' at wo cannot possibly Kopn to with Dr. Jbhn McClanahan of got witn respect to their activi- Hope officiating. The public is invited. 25% Discount , RUBINSTEIN'S BEAUTY DEW LIQUID CLEANSER $1.35 size. Containing 160 Beauty Treatments $1.00 John P. Cox Drug Co. i ' / ,•> , • *^ * WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7-4616 HOPE, ARK. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY YOUR FRIENDLY Coming and,Going Mrs. Dillard Breeding of Nashville, Tenn,, has ibeen visiting her mother, Mrs. W, E, Jones. On <Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Bre\ver of Baton Rouge, La,, Visited their grandmothers, Mrs, L. F. Higgason, and Mrs. C. F, Routpn. Gen. Yaios told the editors the Air Force hopes to push aircraft speeds, up to 3,600 mile.-, an hour and night altitudes above 100 miles next year. Samuel Lubell, syndicate polit- Jca] pollster, told the editors he believes Americans am losing faith in both major political par- Mrs. F. J. Burroughs.' Mrs. Cora Citty of Ozan was the overnight guest of Mrs, Leon Bnndy on Wednesday. .Jim Black of Houston is the — guest of his sister, Mrs, Gus Hay- Ml 's. Joe Jones and daughter, nes. Mr, and Mrs. JOP Pat Black I Cookie spent the school holidays and sons, Robert and Richard ofj in Wichita, Kan, visiting Mr. Jones (Houston and Neeley Black of Lake wll ° ' s employed theJ'o. Charles, La, attended the' graveside services for Mrs. Jim Black in Toxarkana at noon Monday and have returned to their respective homes. 100 ASPIRIN "Wortb.ore" 4 A, If ANEFRIN COLD TABLETS and KELLER'S NTIBIOTIC LOZENGES ^$1,54 value DRISTAN COLD TABLETS SUPER ANAHIST COLD TABLETS COLDENE LIQUID COLD REMEDY Hospital Notes A SAVINGS OF 71c Cough Syrup & Lozen Branch Admitted! Oscar Dudney J Hope; Mrs. E. M, Rucker, Hope Discharged ; Mrs, Riley Marqvu Mrs. E. P. Tipps and daughters, Stephanie and Summer, have been Dean Browning the guests of Mr, and M'rs. Her* bert Stephens in Blcvins. Mrs, Tipps and Stephanie returned to their home in Houston Saturday, while Summer remained for a Memorial Admitted: J, O: Bnber, O?an R. 13. Gbormley, ^m;net; -Mrs M URINE FOR For erfect Green, Houston, Jnne Burroughs, a student at the Pischarged! Mrs, J, W. Kramer Family Under 12 Fret Southwestern Baptist Seminary in | AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLANKET Ft Worth, spent the past weekend j Bearden Jr. and baby girl, Hope in Hope with her parents, Mr. and j Ike Burson, Hope. Gkf One Before the , Sold Weaker Jgfs in, ,Fsr tir e^i bioad this gflypgng fca? Kgfeft Head Fisur in tits bflfht jw *•« • - &wmt6 m$ m/an^ii -i ' -. . * \ it ^MTr¥it ' * *5 y j* st. v . ? ir . £> . <jS-. S$,tfSP I * *1 GROVES BROMO QUININE ,, VICKS NEW DOUBLE BUFFERED COLO. TABLETS ...... . FOR GIRLS if ' ^a-f f ^ • #> ,s ^ <~w * j AND BOYS Play Stove Pelii*e Heavy Duly ' TRUCK

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