Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1958
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Page H6P t STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS 58, rescott itohfinie Hooks quiz. Bih'c Fl.nnp While Honoctd Mr ,'ind IVtrs Tip While hni--,i Ihoir daughter. Klainp. with ,-i IKH Satiil'rtjiv. Nnvrmbn- 15 ;i! 2 30 Ker 4th birthday in the Amciir LoKion Hut The- hill was c:iily docoi ntcd w rniilli-eolnrod balloons nnd ,hm fist? pnpor and nrrnngcrtifnt' summer floxvoi -. Elaine re<-(Mvod mnny ln\-t gifts from the follrwinfl uiif-l Terri Lynn CnlliroH, Betty .}> Ofilc'sby. Lisa Ward. Eddy .1 Duniin D:init-l. Brcnrt;i Hsirris. B; Jean Hollon. Knn-n Ktilhri. M: 1 nnd .Tim Jonrs Hong Fain-h, Buddy I.op. Shorn Lee Tnyii Kenny M'arlnr. Susie Mny, Di.i Hooks. Nifa Srtli. Ricky Lfiml:>< • "Ridicy and Debbie Hooks. S.i Clifford. David Osborn. of C'.ur I Aln..i 1 • »<-'• Hmfio. ,1ann Sue. n , II i if I'.'^M< i Cil\ La ,)'-." - • ' i 1 >(Me Hot !< Leo Cox Davis Has Nineteen members nf Cox "Davis ri;i-* nf -in l-n u t MMhodi?! Church diet Thu 1 ••('.•!» evening In tlifi home of Mi- .1 I-' C<i]e for a covered diph -•iiiiii-r nnd Foc-ial meeting. MIS ( A Wvnn nnd Mrs. Se'.U'll M.'IIHl we'-c e i-hdslesses Tlic serving table was rnverod with a Thnnltsuivinij clnlh a-id criiln<"l with a iinsltel filled wllh fruit, mil infl cln ysfintlierniKTIS. Tin 1 invit 1 I'uin \v.i? given bv Mrs. Cnlr I- ill r.Miiu piippi-r tlu< Prus., Mf. 1'' i\ nn\.c*i;idlirli?d lll<» blisl' ness T!u devotional wn? given h\ Mi - \\ R MambriKht and Mrs. MoBougald'Pate Weddihg Of inleresi lo frierr'-* in Pi<"='"'( will bo the announcement nf the' engagement of Miss, (> nly An> eft 1 Mchou^nld, dnughtei of Mi \1i« 'L. Rcose McDoligald of Srarfy. In Oonalrl Prt(t>, son of Mr..Mr« R W. Palo of StnttKiift Mii" MelViim- ald is H spnloi at Haitiine ftii''tc ¥ I Mi- Palo attended i'ie IMIVMMH' nf Oklahoma add is now ;i senmr at Ifnrding Collfgc The Wedding will be solemnised j Deccimbcr 20 in the Scurfy College Church of Christ. Boy, Scouts Have Outing | floy St'oilt Troop fi4 went on an , overnight Camping trij) Rniurday j and Sunday at thr S|p\v;iri's Int , at Narrows Lake 'Hie Scouts, Oavitl Anderson. Oregg 1 Uuchaiiiin, lion Hciittoii. , William T. Clay. Djvid Durham, j Tommy Ford, James Foster.Rich- ard drnhiim, Alex Gordon. Jimmy Graham.Dmia ftine« Bill Cyril Slew,,'! Bobby Stokes and Glenn Williv «eie accompanied by W. J. I.i ( ns-iton. Seoutmasteri James SI" • n 1 .I-iiuni Scoulmastec "Mrs M.i^ J i^'isc, Dub Durham arwl Mr ,'1 Mts Ralph Gordon furnisli'ed r'ni<csnnte to ahd from camp. H"~'- s\t-io Mr .Mrs. Ellis The biiy; . ijn\ed boating, hiking and flanici They alttinded church at the First Methodist Church of- Murfreesbm , Mrs. J. A Cole and her guest, Miss S.un MeOill of Washington, D. C. were the weekend guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. C. <3. Meltort ill Fayetteville nnd attended home' R festivities at the U of A. Mrs. Edward Brysotl accompaM* ied 35 girl 1 ; "f the Prescotl Future Hnmomakt'is of America to Arka» Helphia Sfii'irdny where they at' tended the fall meeting of Federal* m Id hoi dm the auditorium of thrifty Santas getM<3>R Ei for a dollar DURING PENNEY'S CHRISTMAS CRON NYLON COTTON SLIPS GIVE HER MORE BEAUTY Slim slips delicately embioi- dered, Penney's prices them so loy/ so you can give her more luxurious lingerie. Full slip sizes 32 to 40; petti, small, medium and large. MORE CHOICE ... CHARM FOR EVERY ROOM More patterns, provincials, sccnics, moderns . . . kitchen prints! Sailcloths, sateens, bark cloth, Curtains are ail hemmed, finished, and priced Penney-low! 1 Pair, Valances 50c ea. GIVE MORE! GET MORE! WOMEN'S RAYON PANlTIE • .Whites and t\ Colors! S-M-L MORE! SAVE MORE! • < \ i / l /?* J Jil /^ f. Wool Cuddle Caps Pcjirs For • Fashioned with both ffi Style and Warmth! *$ • Styled for Ages 6 to 60 • White with colorful trims. IXTEA IN SHIHTSI MliK CHERRY kSTC June Pintle is Federation president and June W'ynn paiticipaled in the mil call at the program. Mi" Fr.incos Thrasher, vocational guidance director of Prescott High sthoul »;is the speaker. Mm Louise Martin of Shrove- port was the weekend guest of hoi- parents, Mr. and M'rs. Leroy Martin and had as hoi- guest, Ray Cooko of Shrevppmt Dr. nnd Mrs. Jack Marrell and Amelia Harrell attended homecorn- ing activities at the U of A Sat' u ft) ay Miss Charlotte Dewoody of Shre< vepoi-t spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley De woody. Mi. and Mrs Woston Green and I son of Rosston were Saturday vis' itors in Prescolt. Dr. N. R. Nelson attended a meeting nf the American National Optometric Association held at the Statler Hilton Hotel in Dallas Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cox of Hope were the guests Sunday of Mrs. Clarke White. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. McRae. and Miss M'arllyn Mc'Rae of Little Rock were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pcmberton. Mr. and MJ-S. J. H. Bernis'had as their weekend guests, Miss Madra Ray and Jimmy Bemis of Little Rock. Mr. nnd- Mi's. R, Sj- Hnm'ilton nnd Howard Han-el lot Little Rock spent the weekend in Hosier City, L-a. as the gnesls of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hamilton and Howard! H. S. Brooks of Chicago, was the guest Sunday of Mrs. Clara B. Stone and other relatives. Miss Dorothy Worlham and Paul Allen of West Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and M'rs. L. L. Buchanan and Mr, and Mrs. I. V. Wortham of Gurdon. Al Hart of Dallas spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY CHANCERY COURT HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS &. LOAN ASSOCIATION. . PLAINTIFF VS. RUBY V. McFADDEN, ERNESTINE M. WILSON, WILLIE y. TAYLOR AND TJ-IE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ELIZABETH ROOKS, DECEASED DEFENDANTS WARNIN'G>ORDER The Defendants, Ruby V. McFad- clcn, Earnestine ,M. Wilson, Willie V, Taylor'and the unknown heirs of Elizabeth Rooks, deceased, and each of them, are hereby \yarned to appear in this court within thirty (30) days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff herein. WITNESS MY HAND and seal as Clerk of this Court on this 19th day of November, 1958. CLARA BYERS, CLERK Nov. 20, 27, 1958 WestWillllsc fiontlhiied Froffi Page 6n8 Wednesday niflht Russia intends to give the East Gerhians control over all Weslerfl supply lines inio the former fiermnn ctipilal, surrounded, by Communist territory If a ftew Berlin (blockade threat* ens, diplomatic officials said thu Allied governments, could face Far-reaching decisions on whether to 1. Try to ram an armored train or tank-led truck convoys through ttny barriers the East Gcmah-? mlg'ht erect 2. Mevive the Allied airlift which licked the Red blocktide iO yeavs ago, initially, the Allied counter- ftrntegy may involve strictly limited dealings with East German authorities who might replace Soviet personnel at check points, This htts not bdeh decided definitely yet, matnly because fho Wt?st Germans arc reported objecting. The East Germans) it is felt, might ballyhoo such dealings as a step toward Allied recognition, Allied diplomats': acknowledged that any such pbiicy would be a partial reversal of the present attitude of no contact whatever With the Soviet puppet government. But, they said, any such Allied- East German contacts would he carried out only with well'publi- cizcd announcements that the East Germans are being treated as agents of the Soviet Union. Baptists Vote a Record Budget LITTLE,'ROCK . (API—The Arkansas Baptist Convention closes its annual sossipn., today after hay- jng adopted a/ record*mnking $i.- 70(1.000 budget for 1050.- The budget,, which exceeds this year's by some §100,000 wa.s approved unanimously and withoui cieoqte yesterday. ll includes $576,000 for the Southern Baptist Convention, $884,000 lor state causes and $130,200 for capital neds. The slate causes include. $29,120 for Oiiarhitn Baptist College at Arkadelphia, $5)3,000 for missions. $6,000' for retirement plan's nnd $6iOOO for Arkansas Baptist Hospital. Capital' needs, include $50,000 for the hospital. $12 000 for new mission sites and' $5,000' for new office building. A special "Thanksgiving offering is cxoedcd to'raise about $100.000 for the Bottoms Baptist Orphanage not been included- in previous budgets. ' Rep. Brooks Havs (D-Ark). president of the Southern Baotist Cnn-, vention.i niTiveri he.re Inst ni'stht from .Washington to address the convention today. Mrs. Oscar Hart. P. A, Escarre Jr, of Dallas visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Escarre over the weekend, Miss Frances O'Tiourke of Dallas was a .weekend visitor in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Bill O''Rourke. BARGAINS GALORE! 2nd and Main St. OPEN FRIDAY ondSATURDAY NOW SISSY BLOUSES For Girls 7 to 14 gnd Qyer, ploys§ §}y|§, Nylpn Iqcg, -qegcji no if.gning, DIAL 7-4431 Witt DILI VERY — SERVING YOU SINCE 1896 — POUND BAIL ure FRESH DRESSED YOUNG TENDER Corn Fed IB. BAG SKINLESS FRESH DRESSED SUN VALLEY SWIFTS PREM. SLICED New Low. Price 100,%, PURE PORK 1/2 GALLON CARTON 5 FLAVORS SMALL FAT HEAVY SMOKED — SLAB — By , The, Piece- OLD FASH ION HOOP {WISCONSIN CHEDDAR

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