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November 24, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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Msntay, Novembtf 24,1911 HOM STAI, MOM, AIKANIAS Thrii Ph6f18 74431 § A.M. and 4 f»,M» Calendar - M6riday ( NoverribSf 24 _ The VFW Auxiliary Will meet Monday, Nov. 24 at the home of Mi's, Alvih Willis. .Tuesday, Novebef 25 ."Chapter AE of R&O Will meet tuesday, November 25 at 3 p. tn. 9ih the home of Miss Mable Elh- ridgc with Mrs. W. ¥, Foster and Mrs, W. W. Complon as co- hostesses, The Cosmopolitan Club will meet Tuesday, Nov. 25 at 7! 45 p. in. in the home of Mrs. George Newborn with Mrs. Kelly Bryant as co-hostess. Cub Pack 92 will meet at Brook_wood School Tuesday, November ' ( ™25, at 7 p.m. Jerry O'Neal will . show films made in Japan. Mothers of the 4th, 5th and Cth grades of Brooiwoort school will meet at the home of Mrs. Brack Schennck Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. to discuss the article "So Worried So Young". Wednesday November 26 All Girl Scouts, Brownie Leaders 4& Committees will meet at the Girl Scouts Little House at Fair Park, . ..Wednesday, Nov. 2G at 2 p. m. Mrs. Oliver Adams Hostess To Friday Music Club When the Friday Music Club met in the home of Mrs. Oliver .Adams on Nov. 21, the hostess had her dining table appropriately adorned with a cornecopia of vege- taibles and fruits. From this set- iting the group was served coffee *0and cake by the club president, "Mrs. Jewel Moore Jr. " An entertaining program on Folk Music was presented by M'rs. Arthur Wimmell, Mrs. James 'McLarty Jr. accompanied by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, sang several folk songs-and led the club members lional President's Thanksgiving message. The teachers and students then took change and presented a very interesting Thanksgiving program. The room count was won by the fifth and SJX-th grades With Clyde M'osier as teacher, in singing several others. Mrs. Wimmell and Mrs. J. C. Carlton played a piano duet arrangement of "In Country Gardens." During the business meeting. •Mrs. Moore presided. She also welcomed one new member, Mrs. Ruftts F, Sorrells. Miss Catherine Steadmb'1 To Bfic6rhe Bride of James t, Wright Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sleadmnn of this city, announces tlie engagement and approaching mariagn of their daughter, Catherine; to Jamos Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Wright, also of this city. The wedding will bo an event of late December. Births Mr. and Mrs. Henry Viswat of Middlesex, N.J., announce the arrival of a baby girl, born Nov. 21. 1958. She weighed 9 pounds. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hawthorne. Coming and Going Mrs. R. L. Bunche and Mrs, J. H. Bollon and son, Bruce of Shreveporl spent the weekend with Mrs. A. 3. Sprnggins nnd Mr. and M'rs. Heiidrix Spraggins. Mrs, M, Mi McCloughan Entertained With Bridge-Luncheon •Mrs. M. M. McCloughan entertained with a bridge-luncheon for her club on Friday, November 21. The buffet luncheon was served from a table centered with an arrangement of lavender chrysanthemums. Yellow mums decorated other rooms of the house. After bridge ,was played from two tables by club mem'bers in the afternoon, high score prizes were won by Mrs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. H. C. Whitworth. Patmos PTA Has Nov. Meeting The November meeting of the Patmos PTA was held in the school auditorium Wednesday afternoon with the president, Mrs. Gary Form'by presiding. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Frances Gilley, Mrs. Form'by then discussed the objects of the PTA for the school pupils who were the guests of the meeting. The minutes and treasurer's report were read by Mrs. M. C. Joy. The old and new business was discussed. Mrs. Dorothy Rider road the Na- LAST NITE 6:30 - 8:30 AENGER ADULTS ONLY TUESDAY ONLY 6:30 - 8:00 TWIN GHOST STORIES H Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodul and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kitchens Spent Sunday in Little Rock. Miss Mary Louise Copcland spent the weekend in Wake Village, Tex. as the guest of Miss Ruth Nolze. •M'rs. L. B. Tooley visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Farlt.y in Clarksville, Texas this past week end. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. Munn have returned home from Augusta, Ga., where they took their daughter, Mrs. Max Halbert lo join her husband. Webb Lasctcc Jr. attended a district meeting of Collecting Agents in Tyler, Texas on Sunday. Capt. and Mrs. Martin L. Crow and family were guests of his parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. F. C. Crow, this weekend. Capt and (Mrs. Crow returned to their home in Wichita Falls. Texas, their children, Becky and Lou, remained for a few more days. .Mrs. Harry Hawthorne is visiting the Henry Viswat - family in Middlesex, N.J. Hope Kiwnnians Roycc Weisen- toerger, president, M'ike Kelly, president elect, Teddy Jones, secretary and Bill Mudgelt of the board of directors, attended a training conference for Kiwanis officers, held in Prescott on Sunday. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. Earlene Fenwick, Hope; Mrs. Cecil McCorkle, Rt. 2 Hope; Mrs. Mnttie Eubanks Emmet; Sadie Moore, Lewisville. Discharged: Mrs, Lucy Mouser, Fulton; Mrs. Chas. Mc'Adams of Cnmden; Joe Walden, Fulton; Mrs. Cecil McCorkle, Rt. 2 Hope Memorial Admitted: Mrs. J. A. May, Lewisville; Duval M'oore, Hope; Mrs. R. C. May, Rt. 1 Hope; Luther Williams, Hope; Mrs, Tom Anderson, Hope; Ellis Caple, Rt, 3, Hope; George T. Bright, Rt. 3. Hope; W. H. Cornelius, Rt, 1. Emmet. Discharged; Oscar Lee Crider, Rt. 3 Hope; Mrs. Richard Allen, Rt. 1, Emmet; Mrs. Tom Gathright Saratoga; ; !\1rs. Garland Lough and •bmby boy, Hope; Lawrence Sparks Hope; Mrs, Virgil Cooke and baby girl, Fulton; Earnest Duftie, Rt, 3 Hope; Mrs. Butord Beardcn, Rt, 1, Palmos; Lnwson Ellis, Sarn- ioga; Mrs. Carlton King and bnby girl, Hope; Mrs, Elmer Campbell, and baby boy, Rt, 1 Lewisville; 200 Students CohUfiued rieffi Fige OfiS Lindn Hampton, Carolyn McMillen Lila McCorkle, Pal Willlarrts. Bill Reinhnrdl. Paul Randolph, Ueorge Jones and Larry Don Lifidscy. United Slates — Settlers of Jamestown: Howard Mouslon ahd Srenda Harhrrt. Pilgrims: Jamie Slackwood ahd Linda LaGrossa. Indians: Cannon Flowers, tion- aid McKenzie and Sonya Vales. Thirteen Colonies: Dora MeKeli- zie. Beverly VVallers, Susie Dean, Pal \Varreh, Sahdra Turner, Jattc Gailhor, Nancy Billings, Srehda Pharris, Nancy Raloiiff. Joe Lively, Joe Keesey, Preston McLain and ReUbett Evans. Declaration of Independence — Larry Lawrence. Preamble ot Constitution: Mickey Bafoer. Gettysburg Address: John Whitten. Military Drill: Roy Wray, .ferry Verhalcn, Orvlllc Sleadman, Jerry Gond. Kenneth Grant, Paul Gray, Ronald Burns. Jack Caldwell, Jimmy Hcndrlckson, Joe Hargis, Billy Gilbert. Jaanio Marcum, and Ncal Barwick Drummers: John Merrill and Elvin Ncal. Parade of the Flags: Mary Alice Caston. Jennifer Cox, Janel Terrell, Becky Willis, Brcnda Barren- line. Pamela Lanco, Jennie Lowe, Barbara Reese, Mary Ann Bealy, Judy Owens, Dora Ann King and Carol Ann Taylor. Goddess of Liberly and Peace: Jean Pago and Jan Ellis. The American Creed: Anthony Pierce. Pledge ol Allegiance; Donny Vaughn. Glee Club: Mrs. Florence Hyatt, director, Lynn Barton, M'yrlene Brooks. Phala Brown, Sandra By- crs, Joyce Cox, Marion Daniels, Judy Dugan, Diana Ellis, Susan Erwin, Gloria Jarvis, Paula Jcanes Jo Ann Jones, Janellc May, Virginia Ponder. Shirley Stone, Donna Taylor, Betty Vickers, Becky Waller, Susan Waller, Rose Ann Williams, Sylvia Baker, Gloria Cutchall, Joy Ann Davis, Mary Francis Field, Palricia Goodwin, Jane Grigg, Brenda Hicks, Palsy McIver, Pnm Parsons, Tomye Powers, Lucille Rushings, Martha Stone, Donna Stevenson, Oneta Schee and Sue Ta'lialtcrro. State Court Continued From rage One perl said an empty shell found,at the scene of the shooting came from the weapon. At first Walker gave officers n fictitious name and- said he got lost driving between. /Blythovijle and Osceoln. 'Authorities recovered a buried shotgun an^i Walker said he concealed it bnc.ause he had heard such a weapon had been used in a killing. Afler summing up Uie case against Walker, Juslcie Harris wrote; "No evidence was here offered on behalC of appoDapl (Walker), and the testimony of the officers F.S xo the oral statements mode by J, D. Smyth, Arcndin, La,; Miss Christine Frith, Hope; Mrs. Ed mond Wren, Hope; Lorcne Tyus and baby girl, Hope; Mrs. Herschcl Kitchens and baby girl, Rt. 1, Lewisville; Velma Smith and baby girl, Hope; Harold Flenory,' Rt, 4, Hope, alf Price L Jr. Sizes 7 to 15 Misses 8 to 20 Half Sizes 121/2 to 22 Ka SALE STARTS TOMORROW-TUESDAY West Still Split £6fiiifiued from One was still facing nn "iffy" situation. §d Inr. Khrushchev hadn't lifted a finger to carry out hii threal. A lot) official al U.S. hendatinf tcrs here indicated there hnd been no WeslefH decision" beCOU«c "nfl er nil the HtissliUis hnVeh'l an- noiiHcod what they're going' ts 00." Black Bear Is Killed at Springdale By THE' ASSOCIATES A 250-pound blnck bear was killed al Springdale last night. And another bear showed up nl Bald Knob in White County yesterday afternoon but wont back In tho woods unharmed. The incidents wore the latest in a several week old series Involving bears since Iwo showed up at .tonesboro on consecutive days. Since then bear sightings have been reported in several sections of Arkansas, nnd two of the animals appeared at Memphis. Tlie Springdnle bear was the first one killed. No effort has been made to kill the other animals. Carl Donncr ot Spring'dule discovered the bear in tho carport of !iis home. Officers wore culled and Ihcy lassoed the animal but couldn't hold him. The bear broke away nnd climbed a tree. Officers finally decided to kill the animal nnd Sheriff .Toi' Means of nearby Bcnlon County shot him. The meat will be given lo the Washington County Home. The black bear which wandered into Bald Knob took refuge under a vacant house. Police unsucce.ss- Believes Soviet Equal to U, S. CHICAGO (AH-'Amertca must recognize Uiat the Soviet Union -is the eqitnl ot the United States, says Adlni Stevenson, ntul • "we must coexist with the Soviet Un- loh OH Hint level." "The Russians do hot waht wnr any inorc than we do," he snid. fully used tear gas to try to gel Hie animal out. Flrfeittcti were summoned to iwo n hose, but before they arrived the bear emerged niul loppd nwny to the Woods. Aoat to peace Is thhntRti the corridor of ncjoHhtloftS. We Should talk with ih« Russians o« any level, "they ttoh't wattl Wnr becnusfi it would Interrupt their economic development. Their vast country is only now in the Hrst singes of Industrial nnd economic" espjirt* ston, the same stage the U.S. was no lo 75 years BRO," Slevci»soH, jlwtcc 13ohwicra,llr. presidential Candidate, mnttc his remarks Sunday flight W A Chi* eagn television program, Tcrhpernlures ns high HS 180 degrees Fahrenheit hnvd bcoh re* corded IH tracj. avuuuv fstsncf, uilfiftrSrS Sfta —-... hectlcut are the smallest atales m ;. ihe Union, , , S. is ihe foxirtj syfifigogug ailNewtvj bdft,.RVt f Btiittw im PRE'CHRISTMAS PERMANENTS DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JEAN • EDITH . DIANE Pha.7.3118 204 S, Main Walker to them stands unconlrn- dicted. "Even H we consider appellant ns an ignorant nc'cf-do-weli, obsessed by fear, still bis actions are t o I n 1 1 y inconsistencc with innocence; his story Is too unlikely for credence." The decision uphold Critlenden Circuit Court. Me asleep NO NEED TO GRUMBLE, STUMBLE, OR GROPE gelling out of bed to answer late-night calls. Get a handy bedside telephone. 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