Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1958
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* Tffii fiJay, Neverribf 20, 19SI H OPt STAR, MOM, ARK AN* A S Pagt ffttit-, PH6Rg TY § A,M, afid 4 P,M, Calendar Thursday, 26 Order of the Eastern Stal Meet Thursday, ttov, 2d at ?;30 t>. hi, at the Masohici fefnple foi* their regular meeting. Fulton fiose Garden Club will rneet ih the home of "Mrs. Charles Rowland Thursday, Nov. 20 at 7:30 t>m> With Mrs- Jim Rowland as dp-hostess, Mrs. 1. E, Odom and Mi's, F. O, Hughson tt'ill be lead- Saturday, November 2a the ladles of the darrelt Mem' orial Baptist Church will sponsor a bake sale, Saturday, Nov. 22 In the old Stewart Jewelry store bldg, LAST NITE 6:30 - 8:30 STARTS FRIDAY 2 ACTION THRILLERS For special orders call 7-2763 or 7-6693. Mohd.ay ( Nlovembep 24 I'hc VF\V Auxiliary will meet Mohday, Nov. 24 at the home of Mrs, Alvin Willis. taas. Refreshments were served to it rnemtoers and two guests, Mrs. Neil Muskty afid Mrs, fcakley. Washih§l6H Junior- Mftt 6ct6b«r H James Paul Kenny Honored With Pink and Blue Shower Mrs. James tiraden honored Mrs. James Paul Kenny with u pink and blue shower Nov. 13. Mrs. Kenny was the recipient of many lovely gifts. The hostess served delicious refreshments to those present. Mrs, Paul McClellan Hostess to Jaycettes The Jaycettes met Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Paul McClellan with Mrs. Rufus Smith as co- hostess. Mrs. Manuel Hamm gave an interesting talk on Christinas decorations. iDolls which were donated by the Salvation Army were given to each mcnvber to dress and give to an underprivileged child for Christ- DRIVE-IN THEATRE FRI-SAT-SUN Double Header Tlio Washington Jr. darden Club met Oct. 11 for their second meeting. Tho meeting was bpened with prayer led 'by Linda ttulsey. Jean- eltp ttulsey, president, presided over the business session. Marilyn HafniHon was elected secretary. Mrs. Luck gave a talk on flovVcr arrangements. Refreshments were served to the members after which the meeting adjourned. I4ih Street; Ward 2 — Mr. and Mrs, Wet-b6r bodson, 20i S. Grnd>; Ward 3 — Mr. and Mrs. tfrfvld P Davis Jr.. G22 M. Ward 4 - ftev, and Mrs. W. C Land, 107 W. Avenue City rJharrifJloHShlH of Club Met Nov. Blevlrts PareMt-fedoherS Assh4 Ts H.ave" Mbhthly The Slevins PTA wil Ihold its re> gular monthly meeting in the High School auditorium, Nov. 20 at 7;30 p.m. Principal speaker for the even Mrs. Emmelt thompson. Mrs J. M. Duffle, M'rs. Syd McsM and Mrs. Marie Hehdrlfc were lesses at Hope douhlry Cllub, on Nov. 17 for the dity dhamijion of the Duplicate Bridge dlub. Lovely chrysanthemums dbdor* ated the entertainment 1'ooHl, where a potltlck super was served prior to the playing of Bridge from nine tables, Gifts of silver were won by the high scoring couples in first ahd second places. They were: Mrs* J. C. Broylcs and Mrs. R. T. White; Mrs. A. K. Hoiloway and Mrs. J. M. Dutfie. Third, fourth ing will be Olen ttendrix, State nhcl fiftl1 places were \Voli by Di', Senator. He will speak on "Invest* inent In Education, Arkansas Chil dren Deserve The Best." Refreshments tt'ill be served by Jess Tinsley and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Daniel. Mrs. Harry Shiver £,ritertalns Rose Giarden Club Friday Mrs, Harry Shiver entertained the Hose Garden Clno on Nov. 7 with Mrs. A. B. Spragins and Mis. W B. Mason as co-hostesses. Fn<! flcv. evs decorated the home and the illraclivo Thnnk.-igiviny tflblo an'nngemcnt was made by Mrs Dale Henry. Tin mem'bcrs answered the roll call with a thought Mrs G. B. Hughes preside'.! ,'ie business meetins during which t'-ie group discus socl sending lilurp- and Mrs. Bill McCallen of Gam den; Mrs. Emmctl Thompson and Mrs. Lyle Brown; R. L. Broach and Dr. Oeor.ge Wright. Other players from damden were Mrs. Mary Ellis and Thomas Lockett. Coming and Going (M'rs. Fred Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Lumley left Tuesday for Nashville, Tenn. to visit Mr. . and Mrs. Merrill Stone and son. Mrs. Hosca Garretl of Gastonia, N. C. has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lemloy and Mr. and Mrs. Kline Snydcr. She was joined Mr. ahd Mrs. forh Wnrdlaw. Jormsoti of Tfeftarkana lsduJ' hi^ht wilh her ftiothtr, Mrs. fe. Ci, Coop ahd other fclfttiVfis. •Mrs. Robert Stephens and son Russell Edward of Dallas are spending a few days with her mo Iher, Mrs Herbert Lewallen. tosn; Mrs C, I*. Tollcson, Hope; Mrs. Lawsoii tSllls, Saratoga: Vcl* ma Smith, Hdpo; Lorene Tyus; Mope. Janis darrell, Wanda Sinclair ahd Bonnie tills attended the U of A-SMu football game in Payette viile last wcekeno. James P. .Black of Houston, Tex. has rclurhed horric after a 10 day Visit with his sister, Mrs. a us Haynes. Births Mr. and Mrs, Jesse M. tkiko of Los Angeles, Cnllf., announce .he arrival of a baby girl on Nov. If. She weighed B pounds and six ounces and has been named Me- ilida Jane. Mr, and M'rs, Harold Buke of Hope arc the paternal ;rahdparents. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted; Mrs. Carl Mouser of 'ullon; Joh Walden, Fiillon, Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Herschel Kitch- ns, Rt. 1, Lewisville; Lawrence parks of Mope; Mrs. Carlton King lope; Mrs. Tom Gathright, Sara- : Roy Anderson, Mrs. Albert Johnson, Columbus; Mrs. t>ona) Ertcly, Slntnps; fl K Slanton, Saratoga; W. C. Tolleson Kirby; Arthur Giinn, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Cat-Item King of Hope nnnmmrr Uio arrival of a ba'by girl, born Nov. 10, 19,18. Hoscoe ittifl Velmn Smith of Hope announce the arrival of a bnby girl born No. 20. li)58. William and Lordie Tvus. Hope, anntitmct' the arrival of a baby girl, born Nov. 20, 1058 Zoo to Hove One Leis Big Mould VoftK (A!*)— S'otm there will be one less huge rrioUth to feed nt the Rronx 2oo, ftctllHi ft 2-j ear-old, 1 .200-pound hlppopoln- mus, is hertdirig weal. His pnrrnls, Kalslnff and Iteso II, tiro nil tht! hippos the ?.oo con Imndio. So, N'cw Vork City Jiul on the block. The lop bid, $2,450 dr nboul $2 n pound, came from Arthur K. Johnson, ehnlrman of the board of HIP Argo Oil Corp. of ticnvor Ho has ticketed t3crtic for Die l>n ve-r 2oo, Lttwesl If) i-imfr of .fndHflr? a to th6 Presidents of the tfoited Sta« f«8 was -M«j. Archibald. W, 8m, Me sctv«J ft ihtt flrel fnfl, PRE-CHRISTMA5 PERMANENTS DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JEAN - EDITH . DIANE Pha, 7-311 B 204 S, Main tfrfo Witt, totlonseod ind soybean oil, pea, hul oil, sail, leclihin, monoRlyccf tdit, sodium baittoMS, clitic add, .Vitamin A, atlifltial coloiins and l|avotlng are blended in Creamo. I-MARGARINE USERS ARE AMAZED AND * ENTHUSIASTIC WHEN THEY FIND CREAMO IS * BETTER THAN. HIGHEST,PRICED SPREADS * Miltiohs of women tiftvc discovered Crcitmo, thd «mo bread spread Hint's Bii|iorlor: lo nil othow. Why iiot you? CHKAMO 5s innclo with tha anRredlont UKM! in hiRhesl-pricetl brond nprcadrt, Jilus other ingredients llinl mid moto Id quality, ildvor, easy spreailing and nutrition than can bo produced by ono ingredient alono. • * MARGARINE Nothing Finer REGARDLESS or PRICE S & H Green Stamps at Cox's in Hope by Mr. Garrett Tuesday ure 10 the State Sanatorium in S-jcr.evile. At the moetin/j, the club wrapped gifts for the state hospital in Benlon. Mr. and Mrs. J, \V. Robcrtsor and Judy and Mrs. Alvin Robert WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7-4616 HOPE, ARK. son spent the past weekend ONTGOMERY in « Mrs. Hughes r,' - cscnted an in- A BIG HOWL SHOW JERRY LEWIS Little Rock and visited Mr. Rob (erestirg program Bi-j..-.i,i for the erlson who is in the VA hospital, -jn. discussion o[ all on such examples as bulbs, e. ' Mr. and Mrs. Willis Thrash have returned from Fayetteville where ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY I _ ',* 5ft..,., •* ,! .""" '," they attended the Ark-SMU bal game. They visited in the home plate r\ncl coff -K to H members of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thrash. the university and will receive his RICHARD WIDMARK masters degree in January. Jeanelte Fincher, a student at Southern State Colllge, .left Wcd- Hope Council cf Garden .Clubs Announce Winners in .Contest The Last Wagon nesday night to spend the week- The Hope Council 'of Garden Lanolin Plus Hair Spray Giant 15 Oz. Can Only 69c Colgate Tooth Paste and 30c New Lustre Creme Liquid — Both end with Mr. and M'rs, Paul Gcn- Clubs announce the 'following, win- .try of Dallas: EXTRA — PURPLE MONSTER COLOR CARTOON ners in the 'Yard .of the M'ontli judging for November: Beverly Hills .and (Mrs. Catherine Webb of Port Hope, Mich, arrived Wednesday night for a visit with her sister, Ward 1 — Mrs, C. .Cook, 409 E, Mrs. E. G. Coop. She will also American Greeting THANKSGIVING Dorothy Gray $2.50 size Antiseptic refresher. 5-oj!, bottle..,,., Aerosol Now only Plui rod, Tax oh Toiletries, LugsQue, BlIKoldo, Cloclc;, V/aIchc«, an Whiter . Brighter v Teeth! Vlewmast^r Special . K,50 viewer and 1,015 • n aims, $4,20 value. Tliu idonl gift for • the rane- Helps Curb Action of Decay Acids. Walgreen Mint Flqvorec OTH HOLY BIBLE ^!King Jom v$-13cauufu.jl w lutere fme ...time for Elizobcth Arden Pine [ Grass Dusting Powdei 1 ' The world's most popular fine fragrance. $2,50 WOQBHUE COWGNE The delightful fresh fragrance, $1,50 Qther sijes 2,§Q and 3,§Q Review Loye Pat Compact In 8 popular shades $1.35 rich rlbbw BLUE C f freshly BROWN i w - t ~ * V Mwy'pf'totlay's'mari YVMtt five OLP SPICS SHAYISiTS 9*>yf&' ^~yf .- \ f*\*. "«• f r ' otion in, gift box

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