Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 24, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 24, 1958
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Pa§§ S T * R , H 0 f ARKANSAS Manday, Nevemfcgr* 54, 1§5§ PiRST in {lavar,,,TtRST!ni35!? HKjT fa wish ydu a , ,. " 4 MERRV CHRISTMAS/ and o HAPPY NEW YEAR , DB1RYJIRODUOT9. ».*»•* .'1 •* A'' corsngt of white chrysanthemums. Ghr<!ftffr><! of yellow chrysanlhe* ttiums wo IP presented' her ftib- ther, Mis Vernnn Buchahan find Mrs W T Johnston, mother of' the gr"»m. A v,hit» litvn clfSth covered the srrvltiB tnbic that was fcenler.etl with ,1 rrystfil IJrtvvl filled With whlto chrysanthemums flnd flanked by gloving while candles in et-y* «inl candelabra. A large white cake \vs\i topped with a mihiatUre bride and groom. Coffee and dalft* ly tli'licnni'5 were served. The guests wore seated fit a long table Centered with an arrangement of ynllow nnrl while chrysanthemums. White nnd vcllow Inpers arid while matfhitic flowers were placed at inlervfils along the table. The hon- nr<M> was the. recipient of many Invi-lv anrl useful gifts. Out of liivvn guests vfctc 'Mrs. .rohiistni) of Willlsvllle ahd Mrs. Dalton Waller of Pine Bluff. day ;inniversaries. The table was covered with a •while linen elolh and held a central nuangement of chrysanthemums Cos PIS wove also laid for Mrs. ,t M Ingi am and Jlimes Harolt! In tit-am AND A HAPPY'HALLOWEEN, TOO—The frost is hnrdly on the pumpkin yet, but this highway billboard is already spreading Christmas cheer nt Cenlralla, 111. Sel up by a dairy, the Sign MraSVfs chuckles from motorists, ninny of whom nre southward-bound to Florida. Prescoft News Mrs, Justlss '37 Contract Club 'Hostess 'Mr*. Man: .TusUss cnlcvlnlnccl ;the '37 Contract Club with a dessert bricgc.».it liPI- home on Tues-day. Beautiful nrrangcmonts of :orchid mums and roses adorned Hhc rocms. Pink camellias were placed on n clestt. Far the dossort course the taol'M wore centered with china vases 'holding rose -buds. The high score -prize wns won 'by Mrs. Archie .Tohnson, Other members were Mrs. A. V. Hegnier, 'Mrs. J. R. Bemls, Mrs. Dan-oil Marsh, Mrs. S. B. Scott, Mrs. 0. G. Hirst and Mrs. Ralph Gordon. Guests included Mis. Blain Hays, Mrs. Basil Munn, Mrs. Allen Gee. Mrs. B. A. IX-l.amar Mrs. Clarke White. Mrs. Dailis Atkins, Mrs. H. 1-1. McKeiv/.i>.\ Mr. 1 -. Guss 'McCaskill and Mrs. Knr! Eppier. Mrs. Johnson Honored Mrs. Bobby Johnston the former Miss Marion Buchanan, was honored with a bridal shower siv- en by Mrs. Josvol Long, Mrr Marold Parker, Mrs, Hansel Herring and M'rs. Lucy Lee Cruse on Tuesday evening at the Lnwson Hole), Mrs. .Johnston svas presented a Mrs. Johnston Compllniertted The homo of Miss Nelda Me- ternyt'r \vas beautifully decorated with arrangements of vari-colored chrysanthemums on Tuesday evening when she complimented Mrs. Btrbby L. Johnston with a shower from 7 to 8 o'clock. Miss .leannic Jones and Miss Betty ttendrix were assisting hostesses. The honori'i 1 wtis presented many lovely gifts which she opened and displayed, Refreshments were served to 23 guests. J. M. Ingram and Jerry Ingram Celebrate Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ingram,en- tcrtninod with a family supper at their homo on Thursday evening honoring his father, J. M. Ingram and their son, Jerry on their birth- Mr nnd Mrs. Tom Betnis and Mrs. William Johnson spent Wed 1 ncsday in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hooks motored to Little Rock Wednesday where Mr. Hooks attended drahcl Lodge and was installed District Deput> Grand Master. Don Mitchell and Grwitt Falrchlld attended a district meeting of 2one 7 of the Lions Club nt the Diamond Cafe in Hope ( Wednesday evening. Mrs. Floyd Leverett and Amelia of Hope visited her parents, Ml', and Mrs. Ira Davis on Wednesday. H. S. Brooks of Chicago was the Wednesday guest of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee \vere Wednesday visitors in Hot Springs. Friends of Theo Elgin Will be glad lo know his condllion is reported satisfactory following surgery at St. Vincents Infirmary in Little Rock Wednesday. PITCHER COLLECTOR CENTERBURG, Ohio (JP) — If you can find something to pour it into, Mrs. Gladys Gicrhart can provide the pitcher to pour it, She's been collecting them for 25 years and has more than 50, '59 MERCURY SHOWS.YOU WHAT NEW REALLY MEANS: MERCURY ANNOUNCES THE COUNTRY CRUISERS Newest ideas in Cargo and Comfort Cars The value-leading Commuter 'lop lell), |hp luxuiious Vo>8j|e[ (ll|M)", Wonderfully new_from dramatic hardtop styling to convenient Fold-Away 3rd seat gre palled Country Cruisovs In odciiUon to tii? new i fay fayoncl-the shown at ihe rig^t, MPIQW)' station wagpns, ygu (Ije OIQPJ; usabje pftj'go lh? fltieM ^ygllty FaubusSays Don't Listen to Leftwingers LITtLE ftOCK fAi 3 ) — UuV Orval B. f'aubus said yesterday Arkatisans should not listen to "left-wing coinfnurilst fornehting,' 1 but should vvork to tlo Eood for thfi stiite. 'Dedicating a hew $32,000 v66A> Uonal rehabilitation biiikl!n| at Ihc McRae Tubc'rciilosts Sanatorium for Negroes, JTaubtis said (lebplf "do hot have to belong to any particular rocc lo arrioiinf In something." The sovcrnor. a segregotionist sj-rribol in the school integration dispute, said that rnetnbei-ship in the National Assn. for the Advance- rnent of Colored People or a white citisiens council Was not neeessaril}- a sign of a good citizenship, "The main thing is to be a good American, to be a good citizen of whatever state you live in," Pan- bus said. He added that people should show "justice and mercy." Indirectly referring to his own controversial policies, the governor said; "Regardless of how you may feel, 1 am the governor for all the people of the state and I wan! to do g'ood for all people." He said the sooner people "quil listening to left-wing communist forfnenling the sooner we can all work for the good of all Arkansas " Other speakers included Rep Paul Van Dnlsem of Perry County. Sen. Marshall Shackleford Jr. uf El Dorado and Dr. Hugh A Browne, superintendent of, the sanatorium since 1931. Browne said the new building housed a library, a grammar school and training facilities in woodworking, cosmetology, leather crafts and upholsetering. •Although the institution has a patient population of 367 with 2nf! more on a waiting list, Brone said, the "most .pressing need" was a building for children patients. Browne said the sanatorium has asked the state for $250,000 for a children's building and facilities for nurses mora entr§npe jooifl P»olw«Yely tP Mercury , Ji is ti» orty w of its fed in fee Wuriry , ^wmiMMw «»i*wv^» T« fliskf ihera Hit Q A , art M»I, P«wwww «i»fp »» \v e ii{Jt i«, g^ &$ wde is owtpjijed only Cruisers |n sf^un at ?0 th ANNIVERSARY Strike to Hamper Travel Turkey Day By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wilh the Thanksgiving travel rush about to start, a second ma: jbr airline was struck today, Flight ,'enaineei-s nnd machinists walked off their jobs at Eastern Air Lines. Trans World Airline had 200 planes grounded in the fourth day of a strike by 6,700 machinists. American Airlines faced a strike threat by its pilots, with a prospect of an operational shutdown alter :i walkout deadline at 'midnight Tuesday, Another labor dispute shut down the Studobaker-Packard niiiomo- bile plant at South Bend, Ind., today where 7 000 United Auto Worker" emit their jobs, There were strikes also in the farm equipment and tractor industry involving 50,000 UAW employ- es of International Harvester and thr> Catornjllar Tractor .Co, The strike of 600 flight engineers at Eastern Air Lines was supporter! by unions representing some 7 000 other employes, Eastern started preparations for a complete shutdown of its operations in ?"i states, Canada, Puerto Rion, Mnvino and Bermuda eould not continue. Machinists refuser! lo cross the f>n*?in«ws' pir-kol 'lines and said tbfv al«n v/o're on strike. In nartiou1a,r, the strike at East em hit thp heavy seasonal miura- t>on of winter vacationers to FJori- tffi. The en n inP°rs ohiect to an n>v- li'no dqmonri tha,t thov <ake pilot fi-oiping. Wfifes pnd working con- dit'ons" 1 pl«n \yej-p jn disputo. The TWA strike, which idlod snmo ]?non en)o)ovos bpsjdRs the fi 700 striking menibers of tho In- ternalional Assn, of 3VJ{iohinJst,s, was the svibiPQt of a snecial government nicdiatinn effort, The Federal Mediaiiorj and Coiv oiliptinn Service sept an^ of Hs tgn npgatiqtors to tho ^i)-]in?s Kansas C-ity headquarters (o seek $ set* tjpment. As Jahor trembles also smaU airline gornpnnies, Aivlinps j-egvipe^ partiaj nftor en^jnc of a 37rday besot wps sumeri Wednesday, CanltaJ. m^'nlsts 41-cent-an.hovir to lip ovei' n ton nay to $i 91 an , snolfftsmin, sqirt Ihft ,aomn?»ny's fj nnl wapp nffar wns almosi <he 45 lost fr»- v II 1!?! for !>{ I 4 i JW U t'ifTHJ.tfl r>J'!>j- .y iX>piv i 4h« sJ^ »»{} jn * ,-oj n *'^vh^^%: w. ^W^^jfe^s^f*; 1 ",? - • 4Ws ^Wf&4^*4fe^M' LYU.ZAO. fOBA ' fllM.Blrt¥'Ma*^i;-Jt ltt.aCKi.1: Priee§ dead Tuts • Wed - f r! - Sot SUN VALllY OLEO SOLID.,. Lb, ISe 1/4 LB, STICKS 18e PEACHES ENGLISH WALNUTS - 39c PECANS Lb. FRESH Lb. Box 25c NICE N'CRISP LETTUCE Lb. lOc DELICIOUS APPLES Lb. SNOWDRIFT Lbs. 79e MRS. TUCKERS 8 % 1.90 BISQUICK— PUFFIN BISCUITS Con IQe GODCHAUX SUGAR 10 - 99c FOLGERS— Stock Up for Christmas at This Price Lb. WHITE GOOSE FLOUR 25 1. CHECK OUR FROZEN FOOD, DEPARTMENT FOR QUALITY AND PRICE BEFORE BUYING ANYTHING ANY WHERE CHOCOLATE COVERED Box U. S, INSPECTED HENS Crybvac Pocked 4 to 6 Lb$. ; Lb, U, S, (NSPECTEDlGRADE A 6 to 12 Lbs, ,tyEUHOF.F/S JWPJfcW* V- : CUR fP 9»o12Lb, HAU or WHOLE Lb, u, s, JNSP;ECTJP ;<SBAPI A FRYIR Lb, NiUHOfF-'S ,, Lb, PURITAN GRADE A ,.?! sv ?»* W fj**>- m *m «•,*;

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