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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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Ph6fis 94431 §M*em g MfiRday, , Circle No, 1 of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the F'irst Methodist Chttrdh will meet Monday, See, 1 at i p. fn, at the church. All members are urged to be present and bring their Christ' DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE TONITE — Sho-time 7:00 2 GREAT HITS WALT DISHEYS K&OW . Wlmii© r 1 Seven Dwarfs — PLUS — MMMOUdt mttMS mil NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE® Starts SATURDAY KING OF ROCK N ROLL I Elvis Presley 4 IN "KINIG CREOLE 7 ' SAENGEH HEY KIDDIES Another,BIG treat to Make Your Holidays complete TODAY & SAT. CINEMASCOPE eoic-ft by DE wxe 7wMINUTIS OF LAFFS 10 COLOR CARTOON'S HIY CATS! DigThe$$Two For Kicks •,,, SATURDAY 11500 p, LATISHOW. Hi as offerifig. dii-cle No. 2, WsdS Methodist Chiifch will meet for pot luck luncheon Dec. 1 al 12:30 in the home of Mrs. M. T. White with Mfs. d. W. Bridgei-s as co-hostess. dircle No. 3 \VSdS of the first Methodist Church will ineel for pot luck luhcheoh, bee. 1 al 1 p. m. In the hotne of Mrs. Oarrett Story. All meitibei's are urged lo be present and bring theii' Chrislmos offering. Leader Mrs., ,Webb Laseler, Jr. Circle No, 4 WSCS will meet Dec. 1 at 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. draydoii Anthony. Mrs. Cecil Wcavei' and Mrs. H. £. Thornton will serve as hostesses, Bell Sound Mr, a«d Mrs. Will L. Reese to Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Will L. Reese will observe their 50lh wedding anniversary with open house al their home near McCaskill on Sunday, Dec. 7lh from 2 to 4 p. m. Friends and neighbors are In- .vited'to attend, Bevelyn Ball to Wed J. v B. Henry Mr.: and Mrs. Arnold C. Ball announce the engagement of their daughter, Bevelyn Elizabeth, to J. B. Henry, son of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Burke Henry of Texarkana, •The bride-elect is a graduate of Hope High School, and the prospective groom was graduated Irom high school in Texarkana, Arkansas. He is now employed in Texarkana, where they will reside'fol- lowing their wedding on January 4. The ceremony will be performed at the Walnut Street Church .of Christ with Bro. S. R. Tipton "officiating. Coming and Going Mrs. W. E. White is in Dallas Visiting Mr. and Mrs.) Virgil' Solomon and family and svill hear Van Cliburn Saturday night. French horns, oboes, violins ahd other instruments in ah orchestra" back where they were itt th'e first place. Many opinions have been expressed publicly about how lo accomplish Ihis, but Kllpsch, belHg a tireless researcher, set out to discover the facts. That Bell Laboratories should bo the first to see the results was a coincidence, For it was a record of early studies conducted by the Bell staff which gave klipsch the direction for recent work. The ob' ject of the Bell study by sta. scienlisls Sleihberg and Snow 1 1933 was this same problem o stereo geometry or audio perspec live. But the scarciety of stereo phonic source 'material in thos days left il little liiofe than an ir tercsting experiment. Steinberg and Snow staged the! demonslralion with nine men be hind a curtain, lined up three dee and about flVe feet apart,. Dia grams of their location Were give to an audience on the other side o the curtain. Stereophonic record ings were made of each man speak ing separately from his fixed loca lion, then played back over louc HO f i § TAJ. jJLg M, A • K A N i A t Prescett News Pflgl Hendrix of the University of Ai kansas arc spending .the weekcn with their families and friends. , Grady Smith of Dover, and John ny Btirkc, university' students 'a Fayettcvillc, are Thanksgiving hoi iday guests of Mr, and Mrs! Jesse Burke. S.M.U. students Margaret Ann Archer and Jan Robison are spend ing Ihc holidays with "Mr. ,and Mrs E. L. Archer, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs George Robison. Mrs. C. C. McfNeJll and daughter Suzanne, will hear,. Van Cllburn during their visit in'.Dallas with Ralph Beck and Miss Mamie Beck. Mrs. John'Wiggins and Sandra Hobbs went to Camden on Wednesday and met Lynn Wiggins,., a student at Tulane. He returned ^to Hope with them to spend the holidays. Mr, and Mrs, John Honea • of, with -his parents Mr;, ,_arid Willis Honea pf this city.', rs, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Morton and daughter, Julie Aim, of Fort Smith spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs, Joe Morton and Misses Hazel and Boa Abram. Raymond Churchwell, a . student at the University of Houston, is spending his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, S, Churchwoll, Mr, and Mrs. Donaid Williams and children of Corpus Christ!, Texas, were guests of Mrs, Gus Foster on Thanksgiving, Webb Lascter III and David Max Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. Nell Sutton, Hope Cornelius Jonea, Hope; Mrs. C, L Tittle,'Hope. ' Mr. and Mrs, Gene Bruick an Jioimce the arrival of a baby boy born Nov. 26, 1938. Dlsahargedj Mrs. Rufus Sorrelli Hope; .Mrs';. Homer Stone, Hope Guy .Green, Hope; Sadie Moore Lewisville, Memorial . , Admitted: Lewis -.' Wilson, 'Em met; Charlotte Goa J d, RVl, Hope; Wl* N. Mullins, Ernmet. Discharged: Detora Watson Hope George Bright, Rt. 3 Hope; James Wilson, Emmet; LaNelle Booker Washington; Mrs. James C. Rog crs'r Rl. 1. Patmos. ....Mrs. Harold Knight Hostess to Kathleen Mallory Circle Mrs. Harold Knight was hostess Tuesday nigljt to the Kathleen SO BIG - SO FAST ONLY THE GIANT THEATRE SCREEN Can Bring You this Picture of the Jet Age lory "Circle "of WMrtfof^rhc First Baptist-Church. ,* Mrs, Knight, circle chairman opened the business session with p.rjayer. Reports were heard from each oficer. Monthly record sheets were filled 4 'out' and one new mem ber, Mrs, Carter Russell was svel- comed to the circle, Program chairman, Mrs. Grady Burton, introduced the missionary program and those taking part as follows: Baptist Missionary Beginnings in North America — Mrs, Charles Stone, Mrs, Hultan White, Mrs, • Cecil O'Stecn and Mrs. Pod Rogers. Sentence prayers closed the program, A dessert pjate wus served to eight mem'bers and one guest, little M'iss Karon Moses, •— Feature Time —1;00 - 3;10 - 5:20 7:13 - 9;]8 IH turtle iTpslloh Chapter of Bella RaJJpa Gamma held its I-eguInr mbcllttg Irt the home of Mrs. Ida P"uHle, with Mrs. -Mas Kitchen" ahd Mi-s. Louise Robey as co-h<Jstess6s. Graceful arrahgeitiehls of themums Were Interspersed. cial music was provided by Miss Karenina Mdoks. The meeting was opofied by Ih'd president. Mrs. Oro Dlldy ahd Mrs. Flora Poarce led the gftfup in the chapter collect. Reports were given by various t'oniinltlde chairmen. Mrs. Ida PurilCi schol arship chairman, explained the special scholarship fund decided Upon at Ihc Intornnliqhal CoftVeiv lion in Milwaukee, Wis. In July. The chapter Voted lo participate in the endeavor which Will provide a $2,500 scholarship for a person Jn each state. Plans were made for Ihe Dedcrrt* bcr meeting which will ibe held in the home of Mrs, Elizabeth Bryson with Miss Frances Thrash' er as co-hostess, M'rs, Nellie Clark gave an infonmntlvc tfllk on "Unity of Women Educators of the World,' At the close of the meeting fl dc» licious dessert plptd was served lo the 15 members and guests. Misses Sarah Margaret Purtle and Phillis Ann Dildy asslsled the hostesses in dispensing courtesies. Bdfc Reyfioys. Mfs. J t f. Worthing- toft, MM; Bill W«fd, Mf», MH. otnf Hititf, Mt-s. d, H. elf*}-, Mrs. Jim MofHs atid'Mri. Bill dnKJs, •The hostess scfVed eoHee and pick'UpS, Hobertsftft of Llllle Rock was Ihe weekend gucsi of Mf. ahd Mrs, OUss 'Mcditskill nnd was accomipahied home by Mrs. Hob- cHsoii, Bobby Guss and Susan Rlla u-ho spent iht past lo days In the Mcdaskili home, Victory HD Club Meets Thirteen members were present al the monthly meeting of the Victory Home Demonstration. Clu'b held on Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. M. Ingram with Mrs. J. C. Woodul co-hostess, assisted by Mrs. Andrew Gordon. iMrs. Johnnie Hooks, president, presided and called the meeling to order. Mrs. A. L. Turner, sec- rcl.i-y, ca'lec! 1'ie roll that was answered with ."Team Work In The Home." She also read'the minutes that were ' approved. - The devotional was given Mrs. L. C. Gatlin. Plans we made for the Christmas party that •will be held on Dec. 12. A salad plate and coffee was served by the hostesses. Mr. und Mrs. Harold Ingtam and son Jerry, wcfc Ihc \Vcckend attests of her mother, Mrs. AnHic Mill in Mot Springs. North Arkansas ft we 9 iftt elpvnllotis fthd oft bvctjafisses niid Mr. nhd Mrs, lames M'eKelvcy of Tcknrkann announce the arrival of n baby boy 'borti NoV, 15 at the Corn DonHcfl Hospital, Me was named Keith Edward, Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tackette and the .paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Roy iMcKclvey all of Prescotl. ' Pvt. Terrell Tackette has .returned to Ws Army Base in Fort Sill Okln. after SfpendJng ;i 10 dnylenve here with tils parents. "Mr. nnd Mrs, Tommy Tackette,' While, on leave he spcrit the weekend. In North Little, Hock tis: the guest of Tommy Stuckey. Mr, and Mrs, Joda "McGuire imd Patti Nell of Blytlteville were the weekend guests of their parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. "Ar E.'M'cGulre'and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Nolen In BleV- Jns. Mrs. Fore Entertains Canasta Club TheXhome of Mrs. J, . -Forer'was beautifully decorated with arrangements of chrysanthemums in , colorful' hues on Friday afternoon when she entertained the 1950 Canasta Club. High score honors were won..by Mrs, A. W, Hudson. Other members included Mrs. J. B. Hosterly, Mrs. W. ,P. Cummings, M'rs. Im'on Gee, Mrs. Homer Ward, Mrs. C. G. Gordon, Mrs. Jim Yance andjMrs. E, M. Sharp. A salad and'des*serl course'was served Mrs Rouse Tri-Servict Club Hostess Friday A business meeting of the Tri- Scrvice Club was held on Friday, afternoon Jn the home of Mrs, 3udicy Rouse, /Mrs. J. B, Franks, president, presided, Plans were made for he annual Christmas party to bo held on Dec. 20. .(Members present were Mrs, Bob Yar.brough, Mrs, J. R. Bemis, Mrs. speakers. As each man spoke, •ncmtaers of the audience were asked to indicate on prepared charts the point where they thought he voice originated from, Different microphone placements were tried and some recordings were mnde 031 three channels from hreo microphones as well as two. in playing tham back, different peaker placements were tried, gome close together, some widely jlaced and, for the three channel •ecordings, a third speaker in the center, With Jhjs as a starter, Klip§ch duplicated {he 1933 program by driving eight stakes in the,ground outdoors in a rectangular pattern. With two microphones he made o-channel recordings of a voice spoken front each oC the eight staked positions, Playbacks t>e- 'ore an audience were trjed with vide and narrow spacing of loud pcakers, and with f» third speaker fed from 3 derived third chan no]. While (hp early BeJl exporj ints used tlireo channel record- ngs, KJipsch uti!i?od n circuit dc» oped in his own laboratory vhich derives a genuine third channel from two channel sources, When a tape recording pf vocal nnouncements froin the eight PO' itjops was playc4 back, the ?y4' ence was asked to indicate on pre? •ed charts the points o{ origin, rhe results showed the most a,curate, -pin pointing 1 of sound, Qijrcps occurred when loH<Jspg9kr rs wove placed in widely separated orners with a ?m,aU Ulil'4 cl ' ",-jn spea^ej- between ihem. light sopsratipijs were potted py jTxpst 6{ tjie audience, Mrs. Bob StfiWart' has returned from Little Rock whore she was the guest of' Air. and Mrs. L"oy Craig and Mr. and (Mrs. Harry Daniel, Mrs. Craig: accompanied her home for a' visit. Mr. nnd -Mrs. Wallace' Purtle have had - as their -guest, Mrs. Gerald Givcns of Houston, La. Miss Martha Ann M'itchell of Little Rock was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mitchell.' (Mr. and Mrs. Albert- Redfern were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Redfern and sons in Stephens, iMr. and Mrs. J, H. Bemis were the weekend guests of Mrs. C. W. McKelvcy, (Mrs. Lillian Vaughn and their son Jimmy Bomis in Little Rock, .Mrs. Vaughn accompanied* them home- for a visit. OUR ANTHEM BYRAM, Conn. (/P)'—-George L. B, Frascr, principal of Ihc Byram school, assigned parents of fourth to eighth grade pupils the job,of teaching their children the national anthem when he found that many children didn't even know the first stanza, A school uiz revqealcd that only two pupils in the fourth grade and one sixth grader knew the'words to the anthem, Fr6e*Irtg tififi begafi ttH Idc streets ift idffitf clUes lust fitjhl. Sluts f oilce said there \vere Jtd io» perls of heftvjr leifig oh highway btit n close Check wns hiniiltftlhed. Snow fell for sevcrnl hours at ttJ-eUeVlIle, high lh the Oest-ks. There were also reports of snow as far south as eohwny. fi}' nightfall, Sub-ffcc!>.lhg tcm- srhiurcs were repotted A! J^ny- 1 cllevHIe, PHppiH, Fort Smith, Jotiesboro and Little ttoftk. The sfitiw ul Fnyotlovillc UtHiticl to sldd nflef ttlghtfnll nnd eort' iiuicd falling foi- hours. Othct- cities pelted by sleet in.' eluded Hot Springs, Fort Smith, ttussollville rthd Little Rock. Streets were reportedly slippery, Tcttiperntures hovofetl Henr the /reezliig mark nil dny, 1'he highest ttifflpdrnlure reported w&s at 1S1 Doi-ndo, where the mercury rose to 42. The Weather Burenii prudlclod the highest temperature- • lodny \Vould be .between 35 and 40, * • i * =, McElroy Sees No \ * Continued Prom Page One .Eisenhower's drive to cut over<nll federal* spending, the Defense Department is trying to keep mUiltiry uxpctidlturca from topping this year's / $40,800,000,000. Cut he atki ed: "We are going to have a'prolly rough time trying ,to ! nvoid it." By MARVIN U. ARROWSMITH AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Preside 1 nt Eisenhower nn'd top Pentagon officials conferred today on how much money to, earmark for military spending — with special emphasis on guided missiles. The Pentagon delegation, headed bp Secretary of Defense 'Nell •H. McElroy and ,Gen. Nathan F. Twining, chairman of • the Joint Chiefs of Staff, met with the Pros-' Ident at his vacation headquarters at a time he is striving to cut fed-' oral spending. The conferees nt the Augusta Rational Golf Club were joined bv William Holaday, director of the Defense 'Department's • office of guided missiles. Holaday's" name had not been on the list' of r participants anouncecl earlier • this week. Among the others .who- flew in from Washington early this morning were Budget Director Maurice H,, Slnns; Gordon Gray,' Eisenhower's aide on national security matters; and Donald A, Quurles, deputy secretary of. defense. '"Out* of (Tie "conference- - Mass Funeral Died in Fire tt 'i,. >. ftOfctl! UftLfc naCK (At 1 ) - A-rhnss fuhcfui wilt be Held tumor- row for slfc members of tt North Lilllc flock fnmtly \vho iserlslu'd when fire destroyed Uioli 4 home Thanksgiving morning. The victims sveru Mr, nnd MM. lieorifc Sanders hnd fouf of their five ehildi-en, Tilt fifth child wna burned but survived and Wns reported in good condition nl LHllo Hock hospital tudny, Services for the Sanders family will .be held at Slnr 'City, where they lived until recently, nt 10 n.m, tomorrow In dun-go of the Rev. Osbourn While. Burial will tie al Mountain Home Cemetery tear Star City. Mrs. Dorothy Sanders, 27; Surah June, 8; Matt, 7, Hoberl, 5, and ISddic, 3, died In the tiro, Sanders, JO, died about five hours later nl Arkansas Baptist Hospital nl Lit- Ic Hock, David, 10, suffered minor burns in his face and hands and most of ils hair was singed, tie Is bcln,{ rcatcd nt ArkansdH Unptlsl a final decision on how much to earmark for military spending in the fiscal year starling July '1. Eisenhower's budget for that ycnr will go to Congress early in January. In this jet age it is interesting to note that the First Hague Peace Conference in 1899 prohibited for five' years the use of "projectiles thrown from ballons. Neighbors sold the first they tntsv of the fire Was when they learcl (lie crash of splintering glass. They said they assumed Sanders jumped through a front vlndow, clad .only in his 1 undergarments. David ran barefoot 'to the home if a neighbor, Mrs. Leonard Spl'tid- Ing, He -told Mrs. Spractllng that 10, had got up before the other members of the, family nnd tried to light a stove which exploded in ills face. Later lie told hospital at- Urn that he ft«rafcefitdl Is fifcf • «.. ^y lh« housf to lr? let save S6f«6|6fy| the dthfifS* fatll Snft f6stf*ftFH$jf 'niftt^jjj beenttse the building was ingulfed^ in ftorhes. The cnrrldd Snhders flWay from front of the butldihg. ' . , 111 (/h — Despite'de« "il vision and radio, newspapers fSneli moat citizens. The local newspaper reports that Ihd Audit Bureau of Circulation^ announced that nn average 67 tti!l» lion copies of daily newspapers were Sold every day Inst yean ,. Us survey shows lhat 8-1 per cent of U. S. families liny at least ond newspaper every day, nnd that'82,'r^ per cotil of all persons 12 years and ,f/ older rend their paper. PRE-CHRISTMAS PERMANENTS DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JEAN • EDITH - DIANE Pho, 7-3118 204 S, Main MAY WE SUGGEST Van Rooltc Lingerie ' For Her Christmas? '.< ' V ' * ^ +* ' '* The Fashion Shoppe 112 So. Main" "PR 7-5850''i PRE-XMASSALE FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY LAYTEX DOLL Hair and High Heel Shoes 24 in. High — Reg. 5.49 Value $ 3.98 16 PC. STARTER SET LYNMORE CHINA Regular 7.98 Value MORGAN &1INDSEY, Inc. 205 S, MAIN HOPE, ARK. TOP TV T The Din'oh Shoro f CheVy,Show-Sundoy-NBC-rV ond (he Pol Boono Chovy Showropm-weokly on ADC-TV, ' •jde istening greg Jn order tJist conduct Jhe same nvimbQr o| grpup? fey, ' Rons 14 tvilk TW-Jwitiy \>wb seal and nvloinulio rcqr wtndov Be pur jguegt/or a pleasure tiwi .., THIS IS THE ONE FOR WAGONS! 1950 CHEVY five w *", staiwn mgQns/or i/to/Tprf t p Imle fine 'QilmUttft. cM#{|/t rofl|}|f fi by fOflifa «n i were never more beautiful pj- to Chey* rolete arc §8 ?wee(, liking a» anything pn wheels. They're "just'abQiit the handiest tilings flywheel? their ovjErhead^yr'Yirjg wifidshield their longer, widj?r [93^ jng. Safety BlQle Qlgss J>U §round, Digger, safer brakes, smoother-thim- ever Full Coil susjionsipn nnd a rojl- 4own rear window (electrically ope'r., ated a§ standard equipment "oft 'the' 9-p^enge.r Kinj5swpo!|), Y<?w dealer's waiting, now with all' the' 4ataife on why this yearr-niore than vy'i tjjo .one for, (4 m t evej- t * j i f*- r ~ J" ' ^ * ( t f- ! 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