Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 26, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 26, 1958
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Twe H8PI STAR, H.ejt News Bub Scout Pafik MsellHg H*td Cub Rpoul Pack No. fil met on Thiirsrtny night, Nov. 2fl in the I Elementary School Cafe, for Iho monthly ,pnek meeting. Den 8 opened the program with nn impressive flag service. The flag was spotlighted in the dark- Phcd room \Uiilc these boys led the pack in singing "the Star Spangled Banner" assisted by Mrs. Bob Reynolds at the piano. Then l>en 2 William Clay; lien .i Sammy Cruse and Terry Smith; Den „.. ._ .._ 7. Bill MrDougald. Den 9 didn't'his iMA degree at Boston have n rlen chief but could boast a den father. Dick drahatn. Mrs. O. VV. Walking rend n story "Johnny Mivup" in which all the Cubs participated. Mr. Walking closed the meeting with prayer KiwahlS Club M«6U Twenty members of the they gave the pledge of allegiance i Club met on Thursday evening of Little Rock, it the br,rt/> eleo! j of James Horvey Bert-Iks ,),-.. son! r>/ ,Mr. and Mrs. 3nines Hcrve.v 1 flphils of Present. ' ! Miss .May attended Memphis j Slnle University where sh" :vaa< ft meftiber of Sigma kapp.i Sor- rority, M'r. BemiS. a graduate of Tcsas _A&M College, is working on i >""•<•> LITTLE ROCK sll %- I time or another, Just about The couple's marriage will be motorist traveling Arkansas solwtihiKed in January in Cnlvmy'ways has started a Sfetttehe Baptist Church in Little Rock. Highway Need Outlined by/. Department -Al &he Sfctilehee iikd bearer was Johnny Hedtorn. Broadway Motel fo rthe week' . Othois were Gary Beckl Bill Oliv- i '- v dinner meeting with the presi» cr. Billy Hines, Jerry Beck. David Pry nnd Mike Garner. Later in Iho program these boys gave » lusty yell for Den 8. Scoutmaster O. \V. Wntkins presented n wolf Curd, pin nnd patch to the following Cubs of Don 0: Robert Milntfi, Mike Ornhnm. Billy Erhnrt. Sidney Dickcrson nnd Larry Malotte Den Chief Bobby Reynolds presented Den 1 in an Indian dunce. In the cast were Kay Reynolds, Squaw at the drum; Walter Nelson. Bob Rouse William Taylor, Kenny Formby, ,1ohn Reynolds, Randy ! dent, Russell Moberg, presiding. Vuel Chamberlain had charge of the meeting and introduced John Teeter who gave an Informative talk on "Public Relations." Mr. nnd Mrs. Jackie Weaver and son of F'ayellDVille wore the week end guests of their parent",. Mr. loo Martin nnd Mr. an-i Oscar this: i "What this stale deeds...." i_ Yesterday, Williafn P. LfheVi the Arkansas Highway tJepapt- fnenl, supervisor of finance and •Mr. and Mrs. Weston Groon and son of ftosstoii were Saturday v,s- itors In Pfescolt. club here included: , 1. A divided !our-iane roule ffbfri Little' Rock through Pine bluff. 2. A divided four-lane route Er6fH Benton lo Hoi Springs, 3. A divided four-lane route ffoiti -Aima to Fayeltoville. 4. Access corridor routes t(5 nearby cities with the hfiw slate highway routes. ... 6. About 1,500 new or redofislfuct* ed bridges of more thatt 20-fdot lengths of secondary staid roads. 6. About 900 new or reeonstfUdlj ed bridges of more than 20-foot lengths on primary rocds. 7. Railroad-highway grads* g eps arations at all important crossings, lultt What the depart-,. _ , „.,„ ^^ stale needs, the j. n. About "2bo""chamiellzed ...^ to a, professional • sections where interchanges itfe ttt>t and economically ?easible. 9. "Many" miles of alignment for obsolete .zardous clifVes. 30. Hard surface paVemefil oft every ffiile of tiie stale highway system. * Loofiey said the department's 15* yeaf pfdgfarh would fcosl- about ?1. 200,000,066. with Arkansas furrt< ishihg' about 533 rhtiliofi dollflf* — fippfWcirriately 46 }jer cefifof the total. | He also said filial projected statistics oh .Arkansas' share of the hew interstate highway £i-o' Mi-am Will include a total ot 522'' hiiJes of freeways of divided four" j Bhd sis Jattes. 241 miles of lwt»' sas' share of Ihe 401 million dollar Undertaking would be about J ( pet ceh6 f he said. The Little League (teen-a'ge b^sajall payers) was first 0r- gahteed 1'h Williamsport. Pa. in 1939 lane frontage roads* 124 , artd ?§0 bridges. intci'- We wduld like to g*pre§§'.6ui' fhafiki and to all 6'uf-.Jffjisndg and ta the staff at Brenfih Hospital, Br, Branch arid pf. Harris far thsif kindhsss during the fetefti illness and death af aur di»ar Mbthe'c, " The family af Mcs. 'Wf* "3v* < ~* Business Womans Meats With Mrs. Buchanan On Thursday evening 10 bers of the Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist Church met In the home of Mrs. Wttlsort Buchanan for the monthly meeting. Autumn flowers in colorful hues decorated the rooms. Miss Mary Poole, chairman, vol» | M. S. Brooks returned to his i homo in Chicago Friday after n! I visit with relatives and friends. ) Grimes. Larry Jameson and Gary i cetl the opening prayer and con- Stewart. ! ducted the business. The mission Scoutmaster Watkins gave hon- ! study on "Into A Now World" was orary recognition to various den I presented by Mrs. L. L. Buchanan, chiefs, Den 1, Bobby Reynolds; I The hostess served a. dessert cu.ursu at the close of the meeting', Or, and Mrs. O. G. Hirst are spending a week in Dallas and Houston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gray Jr. and M'rs. C. R. Gray Sr, were Saturday visitors in Texarkana. Legal Notice COMMISSIONER'S SALE " NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN, Thnt' in pursuance of the authority and direction's contained in the de- cretal order of the Chancery Court of HEMPSTEAD County, mncle and entered on the 18th day of November, A. D. 11138 in a certain cause (No. 8133) then ponding therein between Gunter Land & Tiinber Corporation complainant, and Joe B. 'Trotter! and Mary Jane Trotter defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bid- i dor, at the East door or entrance j of the County Courthouse, in which i • said Court is held, in the County of Ulons Club Meats Thursday The Lions Club met in regular session on Thursday noon al Hie Broadway llolel with 1C members present. The president, * A. "E. Evans .presided. Seldon Blackburn, program chair man. conducted (i humorous round la'ble discussion on various subjects. Mr, and 'Mrs, Johnnie Mooks and Mr, ahd Mrs, Otis Langslon attended a Southwest District Shrincr Club Indies night dinner al Iho Elementary School Cafeteria in Gurdon Thursday night. •'—•*-5- •«.•-«»., jrtr f> i. ,1 * • ^^^^^^^ & LINDSEY FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAV fj NOV. 28, 29 & DEC. 1st Friends of Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr. will be glad lo know she has returned home- after undergoing surgpry at St. Michael's Hospital In Texarkana. Ray-Bemis Engagement Miss Maydra Ray. daughter .if Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Barkley Hay Legal Notice IN THE CHANCERY COURT London'! Trafalgar Square, which corresponds to ew York's Times Suareq, was begun in 1829. But it was not completed until 1867. Legal Notice OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS HEMPSTEAD within the hours pro-j VINCENT W. FOSTER scribed by law for judicial soles, PLAINTIFF on TUESDAY the 9th' dav. of DE-I vs. CEMBER A, D. 1958, tho following,! MINNIE L. MOORE 'described real estate,' to-wit: A 1 DEFENDANT , part of theSy* NEW Sec, 27, Twp. LEGAL NOTICE OF SALE '31s. Rge. 2Gw., described as fol- Notice is hereby given that the lows: Start al the SW corner of undersigned, commissioner in the SWVi NEVl of, said 27-lls-20w, and run thence North 440 feet, thence East 203 (eet, to the point of beginning; "Run (hence North 110 foet, thence East 420 feet, (hence chancery, will, pursuant to the order of the Chancery Court of llempstead • County, Arkansas, rendered on the 18th day of No- Also," the South 'orig-thircl of &!?• SVSWEtt* Se., 27, ' South 110 feet, thqnce West 420 feet, .back to the point of beginning; same being the parcel of land upon which is located the Jack Trotter home. "-"-' "-- " " ' " ' • •'-jfl/3rd) -Township U'Squth, "flange ae^Wcst, except 3 and one-third (3 - 1/3) -acres off qf the West end thorqof. Also, the NWA SW'A Sec. 2(1, 'Twp, 11^,, Rge. 2(isv. Also, the North %lh of the SW'/4 SW'/4 Section 20, Township 11 South, Range 2G Wesl, Said lands containing in all about 78 acres, more or less, in HEMPSTEAD County, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a, credit vomber, 1058, in a cause therein pending wherein Vincent W. Foster is plaintiff and Minnie L, ]\looro is defendant, on the, Oth day of,D£- cember, 1958, offer' for sale at public, auction, at the Cpunty ^Cqwrlh^JRi? in .tljo ,City of Hppe,_ County of Hempsteai pnd State of' Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, Ihe following lands and There was on the 24th clay of November, 1958 filed in the office of the County Clerk of Hcmpstcad County, Arkansas a petition seek- j ing, to reduce the Cotton Addition,' to. the City of Hope, Arkansas to acreage.. Any person desiring to protest this 'petition shall file notice of said prptest with the County Court within twenty (20) days from the 1'ir.st publication hereof, Ai'nold Micldlebrooks County Clerk Npv. 2Q, Dec. 3, J9f>8 Legal Notice 16 PC. STARTER SEt HINA Regular 7.98'Value 26 JQ. PLASTIC WASTE BASKET $J.99 Regular « 98 Value .property in,the County of;Hempstead, Slate of Arkansas, to-wil: No. 8159 Jn the Chancery Court of llempstead County, Ark, A. F. JOHNSON .................... Plantifl vs. ANNIE' P. JOHNSON and ' ' ETHEL WHARTON Defendant LAYTEX DOLL With Hair and High Heel Shoes 24 in. High — Reg. 5.49 Value i.98 Large Size With Balloon tires Use Our Easy Lay-A-Way Plan COMPLETE ASST. OF TOYS T f COMPETE ASSt OF GIFTS defendants, ANNIE P. JOHN- 'SON.' and ''ETHEL 'WHARTON, are warned to appear in this' court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff. A, F. JOHNSON. The Northeast Quarter of the] Witness my hand and the seal of Southeast Quarter (NE'/i'SEVi) of i f.aicl court this 25th day. of. No' Suction Thirty-five (35), Township Fourteen (14) South, Range Twenty-four (24) West. Said sale will be ))eld between the of three months, the purchaser bo- j hours of nine o'clock in the fore required to execute a bond as noon and three o'clock in the after- required by law q«d tho order and decree of said Court i» said cause, 1 wit!) approved security, bearing in- icre^t at the rflto qf eight (8) per ' cent par annum from date of sale until paid, and*a lien being retained 1 on the premises §9ld. to soo.uye the payment of tha purchase money. Given under] my hand this 18th day of Novenibgr, A," p. J. 19. Commissioner j n Chancery, Legqj Notice COMMISSIONER'S SALE - NOTICE IS That in pursuance of- the authority and directipps cpntained in the de- ciretnl prder of 1 the. Chancery Couj-t of Hempstead County, npqn of the dale aforesaid, upon the following terms: Cash or one- half purchase price cash and bal* anro upon a credit not to exceed ihieo months at six per cent (G%) interest, Tho purchaser at said sale will be required to give bond, with'approved'security, to secure the payment of the purchase price and a lien will be retained on said I TINE, lands further to secure such pur* vhaw money,, Witness my. hand this 18th day of November, 1958. ' ' •' J, P. Byers Commissioner in Chancery Nov. 19, 20, Doc. 3, 1958 vombor 1958. By KathoHne B, Lautorbach, D. C. CLARA BYERS, Clerk, iSEAL) Nov. 'X, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 1958 LADIES HOLLYWOOD BRIEFS Legal Notice Legal Notice jnnde and entered on the 18th day , <," pf November, 1958, ]n a certain L*.- ' eau,«e then pending -therein wherein .^ T, N, Belew, et n). ^yore plaintiffs k and Robert Gayle, et al. were do- r 'fendants, the ijndersjgnod, as Com^ ' 3njssioner Q f c^id Cpurt, wjj! offer ...1 ft»- sale at public vendiie (o the •w. hiffhe^t biddei', at the front door or C entrance to the Court Jipuso in the -f Oftv of Hope in Jfpmpsteaci County, ,; Arkansas, within Ihe hours for ju- &." 'dicjal sojes, pn Tuesday, the 9th f ,- day of December, 1858, the follow* COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE IS HPB'JSBY .That in of the authority and directions eooiajned. in tfeg de- cretal orcjer of (he Chance^' cpu.i-t ot Hempsteud., County, Aj'bgn mado and entered on the }6tjj of* Novom,b' Wl IN THE HEMPSTEAP .COUNTY CHANCERY COURT HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN 'ASSOCIATION PLAINTIFF 'VS. RUBY V, McFADDEN, ERNES- WILSON, WILLIE V. , AND THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ELIZABETH ROOKS, FOR BOYS OR GIRLS 16 In. BICYCLE USE OUR EASt LAY-A-WAY DECEASED . DEFENDANTS LADIES FASHION PRINT E BAGS ELECTRIC MOONBEAM cause !)}en pending thor^jn , WARDING ORDER The 1 Defendants, Ruby V, McFaddon, E.a.rnpstinp'M. -Wilspn, \Vil]ie V, Ta>Aor and the unknown heirs of Elizabeth Rooks, deceased, and each of them, "aye hereby \yarned! to app'ear in this pourt within j thirty ISO) days hereafter and answer the'pojppjfiint'ofDie Plaintiff herein, WJTNESS MY HAWP and seal as CJw'k of Uns Co' day pf Novem.bg } «', ', CJ..ARA i NQV, go, ??, J958 ^"»LJnir»-i-i"^ A-r*' •^••>WW*%~' A .i..;.^^-.^' --' -f>, *•>•>* v;^^'^,-..^",^— ^^.^t&^ f s ^-^.^-,., „„, ,7^"^"""^ CHRISTMAS DIECORATION5 t gIFT WRAP'ANB RIBBONS al. f and yerley PmvelJ, wt ' were 'de'fen^nnts, the 3s Conimissjpnev of said eQ^rt, will the for sale at hiehpst do.pr ay House 'wit: n rep , ?st "J e sitll?teci in, Hempstead County, . County, Arkansas, to-ji n «jp h 9 ur« fop iudipjal ?8les, on Beginning 225 feet south of the northeast corner of (he West pne- ' ° lh ° MUNSEY -.ELETRIC ASTER direotians pgntiji^gd. in the de- pcetal srfer pf tb? Cbflnsepy e of and pjitfu-pd PU ti»e SIZE 22x44 a c?rtqin pending thei^in Whevpin Wvply-, et el. w^re parties, \v4ll qf|g}- toe sale at y§i4ug is ij\i highest Jh? A'snt rfc^i 1 PS (8) (j) in lo i He PJix Pf §QnUuvest ail in Bte Jhe eily of Jfope, Ar« . T .„.. (la)Sewth, ^vpnly»f9tu* (?|) ^Yest^ corner in jq" CJty- Q| ryn, thgnqp W&fa&i; j^'curiiias MBK^^gt^'-^^T^ l»SB¥BRi^BommlgfiloA^-

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