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ii ...... N^mbir 19; 19S§ HOP I STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS PH6n8 ?'3431 ietwein 8 A.M. and 4 N&vernbep 19 Mrs. ft. L. Qoshell's Eleffientai'y" alid fth grade Piano Pupils Will give a program for their parents and frietlds In the dafland sehdo] attditoHttm Wednesday, NoV, 19 at 4 p. m, meet in the home of M'rs. Floyd Leverett fhursctay at 1:30 p.m.. With Mrs. C. V. Nimtl it. as co- hostess. Thursday, November 2u : The Order of The Eastern Star will meet Thursday, Nov. 20 at 1-30 p, m. at the Masonic Temple for their regular meeting, The Daffodil Garden Club will Tonire & Thursday Sho-Hme 6:30 - 8:30 If You Have a Weak Heart Don't See It! ONCE IT WAS HUMAN EVEN AS «. YOU ANOI; Fulloii Rose Garden Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Charles Rowland Thursday, Nov. 20 al 7:30 p.m. wilh Mrs. Jim Rowland as co-hosless. Mrs. 1. E.' Odo-m and Mrs, F. 0. HUghson will be leaders. Saturday) November 22 Ihe ladies of Ihe Garrell Mem* orial Baptist Church will sponsor a bake sale, Saturday, Nov. 22 in the old Stewart Jewelry store bldg. For special orders call 7-27G3 or 7-6693. November 24 The VFW Auxiliary will meet Monday, Nov. 24 al the home of •Mrs, Alvin Willis. Notice The Ladies Bridge Luncheon to be held at Hope Country Club on Thursday, Nov. 20 has been cancelled. Mrs, E. L, Arc.her Jr. Hostess To Aazlea Garden Club Chrysanthemums were used lo decorate Ihe home of Mrs. E. L. Archer Jr. for Ihe meeting of the Azalea Garden Club on Wednesday morning, Nov. 12. Commitlee reports were heard during Ihe business session presided over by Mrs. Oliver Adams. Plans were discussed for the clubs .participation in the Holiday House Tour on Dec. 11. The home of Judge and Mrs. Lyle Brown was selected as the one to be decorated by the club and the following were named on the committee to complete the -plans: Mrs. Kelly Bryant, -Mrs. Lamar Cox, Mrs. if,. L. Archer Jr., and Mrs. Lyle Brosvn. The hostess served cake with coffee during the .meeting. interesting tips and showfd tie* to mftke dried flowers and I grass arrangement of this iti'aterial placed in a pumpkin was i used on the dining table. She also showed how lo make Christmas bells to be used tor door decorations* Mrs. ftettie Wiggins woii the surprise package and gartte prizes were wort by Mrs. Lyle Allen and Mrs, Roberls. Refreshments were ehjoyed by eight members and three children. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Otha Roberts Hostess To Melrose HOC Mrs. Otha Roberts was hostess to the Melrose HOC on Tuesday afternoon for the November-meeting, Which opened with a song, followed by a devotional on Thanks giving, given by the hostess and prayer by Mrs. Jewell Still. Mrs. Virgil Huckatoee, president, presided over a short business session, Plans for the Christmas party were made. Mrs. J. F. Mangum, home management leader, gave a report on budget plans, Mrs. Roberts gave « DISCONTINUED STYLES Saddles: Flats! Oxfords! LOOK \VHAT $6,00 WILL BUY MEN'S DRESS LOAFERS and OXFORDS a • BLACK • BROWN • Vaues fo 9,95 GIRLS' $4,95 . $5,95 , • WHITE BUCK OXFORDS • BLACK SU6DE LOAFERS • BLACK SUEDE OXFORDS • BLACK SUEPE FLATS of Narrow Widths 1 LOT WOMiN'S BUCK SUEDES STRAPS AND PUMPS »r REP CROSS SHOES BUCK SUEDE Med, and Hiah Heel? ; vVs6s of first Methodist Attend third Session 6f Study Eighteen members of the WSdS of the first Methodist Church al» tended the 3rd session of study on "North American Neighbors" held Thursday al 1;30 p.m. in the Jelt B. Graves Sunday School Class room. Mrs. L. B. Tooley coiiducled the session. M'rs. J. C, Carlton led the group in prayer. Airs. W. M. Itein- hardl reported a!id led the discus- ion on Alaska. Mrs. Max Bolar gave the chapter and lead the discussion on the Caribbean area. Mrs. 13. P. Young Jr., kept the recordings on the problems con- fronling Ihese countries on the otilline chart Mrs. Joe Jones, reporter. The Victory 4-H Club Holds Monthly Meeting The Victory 4iH Club held its monthly meeting Nov, 13 at 8 p.m. at the Clubhouse. James Cummings, president called Ihe meellng to order. Barbara Barrong read the devotion and led the group in singing. Martha Gilbert led Ihe .pledge lo Ihe 4-H Flag. Lagrelta .Barrong led the pledge lo Ihe American Flag. Sue Fuller, secrclary, read the minutes of the last meelin.g and called the roll. Mike Samuels took up Ihe monthly collection. Plans were made for a hay-ride and a Christmas party. The group elected Barbara Barrong song leader and Mike Samuel as vice president. Oliver Adams, County Exlension Agent, relumed the book reports to the members and gave oul new literature and made a talk on keeping records and work for Ihe coming year. Five new members joined the club they are: Linda H'amiplon, Jenifer Smith, Elizabath Smith, Donald Hampton and Helen McCorkle. ' There were 10 senior leaders and 22 club -members present and three visitors, Mr. and .Mrs. Claud McCorkle and M'rs. David McKee. Refreshments of cold drinks and pop corn ..were served. Woodmen Circle Holds a Party Personal Mention Friends of -Donna.. Freeman will regret to learn -that she is a patient in St. Michael's Hospital at Texarkana where she underwent surgery. Coming and Going 'Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Collier Jr., and children, Cynthia and Terry, spent the weekend in . Ft. Worth with relatives and brought back her parents, Mr, and Mrs, J. E, McDowell who had 'been visiting their sons in Ft. Worth for the past three weeks, While in Texas Mr. McDowell visited his sister, Mrs. J. M. Lewis and Mr, Lewis in Snyder, Texas, 'M'r. and Mrs, Royce Weisenbor- gcr and Al attended the homecoming football game Saturday and visited Royce Jr. who is a freshman engineering studenl at U of A. They were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. Wesley Sam- piers of Rogers, Ark, Hospital Notes Memor/a) Admitted! Oscar Lee Criner, Hope; Mrs, Garland W, Lough, Hope; Mrs. Edmond Wren, Hope; Pisc,harged: Kennie Atkins, Hope Rosie Lee White, Ozan; Sam Bishop, Hope; John Flowers, Hope. . Mr. and Mrs. Garland Lough of Hope, announce the arival of a SHOP' LEISURELY! SHOP 'NOW! fpr ypvr CHRISTMAS CARDS — Star Pholo & .._ „ WINNERS at a Woodmen Circle tacky party lasl night at Mrs. Nettle Rothwell's Hoirte were, left to right! Mfs, Pflyllne Sanders, Charlene Wiggins, Mrs, Ltt> Hartsfleld! back row! Mrs, fat Farrls, Mrs. Dorothy Norvell, Mrs, Nettle Wiggins. SHADY LADIES—A straw hat wide enough for two shelters these lovely attractions at Miami Beach, Fla. Bonnie and Jackie McKonc use the hat to ward off the sun, al the same time providing an interesting backdrop for the dazzled photographer. incipient volcano or to 1 harncst, the water to his hot water healing system and forget about fuel bills. FIVE GENERATIONS are represented in the picture 'above of the Mai«< MaCain family of the Prescott Rt. 5 area, Seated is Mark McCain, standing at right is Mrs. Delia Yarherry, his daughter; Ervln Yarberry, a grandson, Mrs. William Robert McCain, great granddaughter and Randy McCain, great great grandion. Nine Escape From Girls Training School LITTLE ROCK CAP —Nine inmates escaped from the Arkansas State Training School for Girls at nearby Collegcvillc last night but State Police apprehended all with in a few hours. 1 None of the escapees \vns considered dangerous. Five were caught by troopers near Lonoke aftei they had hitched a ride together. The others were picked up later. All were returned to the instl Union for white delinquent girls. School officials said the girls, 13 to 17 years old, escaped by prying open a window fan aperture in 3 classroom as other inmates watched television in the school lounge. Well Wafer Turns Hot Suddenly JUONMOUTH, 111, (AP)—Farmer Chatmer Lovdahl jiaf. a hot well on his farm and he's in a little fever about it, The 30-foot well, LovU&hl said, had furnished sparkling and cuh! waler for hi& household tor 30 years lentil lasl August, "Tho water was far colder and better toy drinking thnn water from a nearby well — 12 5faot deep —thai f use for my slock," Lovdahl said. But the water in the smaller well began w a r m i n g' up lasl Augubt. Jt became progressively warmer and recently it leveled off at 101 degrees, where it has re- mainefi. LoydaliJ called in experts from tile University of Illinois and the State Health Department to explain the phenomenon, No satisfactory explanations wpro given. Lovdahl said he's undecided whether to move awoy on iho theory ho is living on top of uu Man Killed in Wreck at De Vails Bluff DE VALLS BLUFF, Ark, (AP) —- Alvin Lawson, about 40, of Whnatley, was killed last night in a cur-truck smashup on U.S. High- Others Sighted ln>? In the Bradloy's frnnltc calls fnr help said i( found evidence the ship might have bceti split In two by n Violent explosion One repot I snid tne ship struck fiotildpr JJcof, oh Iho Michlgnii side of the Island. Towcrihtf 20-foot Waves whipped up by G0-mtle»nn-h6ur winds lint- Ipred nt the stricken vessel whctl the first S.O.S, elrctrified Coast Citiard rntllo mnnilorS. The lns( officinl distress inos sapo receivrd from the captain wrs h fortboctins: "\Ve nl-e bruak- inj; up and in a sinking condition " Tho Charlovoix Toast Ounrd ro- ported hnaring Hie Biadloy's radio operator shoiillng hj'stericnlb'.' Baptists Pick AHkansans for Key Jobs t.tTttK ttOCK tAP)-~two east Arkansas ministers today Wore named lt> top offices of Ihe Arknn. sns Rapllst State Convention for Ihe comma year. The Nov. T. K, Huckcr of Forrest City was elected let n second term its president and the ftctf. Walter Voldcll of West Metnphli was named first vice president to succeed the ttev. Gerald Tnissell of Wnrren. In other action, Ihe mcssohtfois fclolcKatosi studied a proposed $!,700,000 butlfict for 19SD, and the , l?pv ftutlcr Abirtgtnn of Etirle stib- "Oet oh your life jackets. We've j milted a resohillon asking the don going down.' Then there Was silence. No more was heard from the freighter, once thu larcest ship on l.ho 3rent Lakes^ The first rcsouc ship lo reach lie scene, the German freighter Christian Sarlorl, vcporlcd oVl- tencu of a tremendous explosion, H spotted n largo blast-lorn Innk ind what tippetircd to be a rain- cont bill nothing else. Planes and ships of the Coast jiiard reported no sign of stir- vivors. First to join the German ship it the scone was the culler Sundew from Chartcvolx, some 35 •nlles away. The buoy tend e r Hollyhock from the Sturgeon Boy, -Vis., was dispatched lo help in he scorch. As the scorchers combed His vehlion lo reaffirm Its belief in Sunday as "n sacred day," The re-solution was presented to the Resolution Committee, "1 have learned that there are certain forces who Would attempt lo have general election days changed lo Sundays. 1 think we should express our strong disapproval of any such allcrnpl, These The last major cargo vessel dls asler on the Great Lakes was In, 1040. Two ships —• the Novadoclt and Anna C. Minch—went to the bottom in the Armistice Day storm of that year with a loss" of 57 lives. The storm lasted .three days. In another storm on Nov. 11, 1.019, a lolal of H ships were losl and 2M persons -died. would be dafk d«yS indeed If «U rtpcd other nalfofcs bj> destfoyitig God's day," the S6Vr Mr. AttH# toft told iht eoftveftlfbti. Other hew offidcfs hamed by the conversion" included: The hoV. .UuHbtt; A, MileV of SpHrtgdale, second vice president, succeeding the Rev. U C. Todford of North Little Rock. About one third of the budget goes (o the Southern Baptist Coil* vention and the other two-thirds 10 stale causes and capital needs. A lolal bf $576,000 Is earmarked for Iho Southern Bapllst Convention. Stale causes are due to get $881,800 with $240,120 of Ihls going to Ounchlla Baptist College, $D.1,« 000 lo mlssiohs, $04,000 lo retire* menl plans and $05,000 lo Arkansas Baptist Hospital. $12,000 tor now mission silos and eludes $50,000 for ' Ihd hospital, $12,000 for Hew mfslon siles and $5,000 for a new office building. Another $100,000 Is to be raised lit Thanksgiving ofCcrngs for Bol» loms Baplisl Onphanagc al MonlU cello, The convention pin us lo sel up a slnlewlde organization lo fight gambling, indecent lltcralurc and relaled targets. PRE-CHRISTMAS PERMANENTS DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JEAN - EDITH - DIANE Pho. 7-3118 204 S. Main turbulent sens, the temperature dropped lo sub-freezing and south- wesl winds howled In one of thu worst late shipping season fclorms "n years. Throughout the long night, Hares lit up the scene. When Ihu Sartori exhausted its supply, a piano dropped a fresh load, The Bradley, iindor the command of Capl. Roland Bryan of Louclenvillc, N.Y., was flying the fins of the Bradley Trunsporla- I lion Co. of Rogers City, Mich. T.lu> j firm Js y subsidiary of U.S. Sloel | Corp. Most of the crow members wore Irom the Honors City ;m>a and officials, in lulling families that the ship was lost, advised: "The only thing you cnn do now is pray," Const guardsmen said the approximate site of the Great Lakes' worst cargo shipping disaster In nearly 20 years was about IS miles west of the south and of Beaver Island, The lake at that point is 250 to 300 : feel deep. way 70 near here, Officers said Lawson's car yer- ed into the opposite lane of the highway and collided with an on- cormnK trailer truck driven by Lloyd Moore of Sumner, Tex. Moore was uninjured.' i Miss Ann Bennett of Stuttgart, a passenger in Lnwson's car, was hospitalized with minor injuries. Lawson's survivors include his widow and two children. WAKE UP RARIN'TOGO Without Nagging Backache Now I You mill Kcl the fnsl l eliofyou need ! from luiKginc biK'luti'bij, liuadiiclie anil 1 muscular aclieH untl MuIiiH Ihut often eauttu I rustless nights ami miserable Ui'i-il-out ' feelingH, When these dim'omforts come on w|Lh over-exertion or Hti'uss mid (strain —you want relief—wanf, it fast I Another I disturbance.' may lie mild bladder irritation I follgwintJWion^food and drink—often net-- I link- uu :i iebtk'f>» imrnmfui table feelinK. / Poan's Pilla work fust in !1 sei>ar;ue . ways: 1, by speedy puln-rulliiVlnff action lo I eabij tounentof nagyin^ backache, head* ' ucljUB, muscular lichen anil Pains. 2, by Boolhlnu cfliiul on hltidder Irritation, !i, by mild diurolic notion tendini; to Jnqruaue otitnul of Diu 1? miles ut' kidnuy tubea. Enjoy a goo(l nik'M's t>lou|) unU the Biunu liappy relief nillllmiH liavo for over GO yuarB. New, IHIKC aize eayvs wonuy, Get loan's Mils today I on-abou The coachman casual with double-button closing and • deep overlap in slim wrap ' skirt. Drip-dry/ minimum-iron coHoruprints in assorted, colors.' '121-044." ' 5.98 baby boy, Nov. 19, 1958. Admitted: L. M. Goad, Hope Wade Gilbert, Rt. 1, Washington Mis. Finis Walcten, Fulton, Qisph,arged; M'rs. Bdbtoy Ware Bradley; Mrs. 'M. L. Bright, Hope CHILPRENS S seen all the oow '59 care, you know J(j W >jwico field. XL's , many dollars , it givi?s you oy«« 410 gas- JFUmWef's Iwglw you trade, el' boUi; Now ' 01% byy' WttU JWVSf |4Jan wiUi TJRAD1NG 'POST *,4*f#**^** A™*f'*- shocked at big thirst of other '59s? Get the proven economy champ more economical than ever for '59!

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