Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 1, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, December 1, 1958
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Monday, > 19S8 HOft STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS Page Phans ?'34§1 ifetwetn 8 A.M. and 4 P,M, Calendar Mefltfay, Mope Mahd Auxiliary \vill meet Moiiuay Dec, i at ^:ao p. 111. at Cannon Hall. The executive committee Will meet at 7 p. m. lue&day, Dec, 9 The Fidelis Class of First Methodist Church will have their ahmtal Christmas party, Tuesday, Ded. 9 at '1 p.m. in the classroom, Each Member is to bring a $1.00 gift lor exchange, Wednesday, December 3 Children whtf arc to toe angels atid shepherds in the Christmas Pageant at the Methodist Church arArcciuested to meet at the church Wranesday, Dec, 3, al 4 p.m. Thursday, December 4 Pat Clebttl'ne Chapter DDC Will meet Thursday, Dec. 4 at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Don Smith with Mrs, Mac Duffle and Mrs. Jimmy O'Neal as co-hostesses. There will 'be an exchange of Christinas gilts. Mrs. Sam Strong will tell a Christmas story. '9, E. Paris Home Scene For Faris-Newton Wadding The D. E. Faris home was the- scene of the wedding oi Miss June Birda Fans, daughter of Mrs. P. B. Faris and the late Mr. Fans, to Dcibert Wayne Newton on November 28. The mother of the bridegroom lives in Brooklyn, Iowa, and ills father is deceased, The double-ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Uutus F. Sorrells, pmtor ol the First Methodist eluirch. Nuptial music waa iuin- ishcd by Miss Sharon Kay Faris, Piece of the bride, who played a lovely arrangement o£ "Whispering Mope." A light blue suit in the latest fashion was chosen by the bride for her wedding attire, With it she wore a blue leathered hat, and her other accessories weie black. She pihned a corsage of while car- iialiotis at her shoulder, Vosvs Were exchanged before an arch entwined with greenery and white chrysanthemums. Mrs, Doh E. Funs, sister-in-law of the bride, was her matron of honor. She wore n charcoal gray suit with a matching hat and other accessories of navy. Her corsage was of white chrysanthemums. Don E. Faris. brother of the bride, served the groom as best man. For he£ daughter's wedding. Mrs, P. B. Fails wore a gray dress with a tweed design. Her .Xcessories were blach. and she had a corsage of white cnrysanthmnums. Foltywiiiji the wedding, the guests weri' invited into the dining room where they were terved coffee and individual cakes from fi table overbid with a white lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of white'carnations. Mrs. Ray Faris, sister-irt-law of the bride, poured the cottee, and Mrs, Willie Joyce HiggasoA and Mrs. Orville Powell served the cake. Alter a short\wedding trip, Mr, ,and Mrs. Newton will be at home in Weatherford, Toida. ANNOUNCING Mrs. Mike (Jean) Schneiker has joined our staff and would like to invite her friends to visit her at • DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON 204 S. MAIN PR 7-3118 WHO'S THE SEXIEST CHRISTINE CARERE Wednesday - Thursday — OR — B. B. BRIDGET! 3ARDOT Sunday - Monday SAENGER jOglesby Fourth'' Grade (Recite Play \ \Under the direction of Mrs. James McLarly, the Fourth Grade •gave.a play Wednesday, afternoon in (he auditorium of. Oglesby School for Hhe pleasure ol| ( their parents and the children of\ other grades. Titled the "Day BVfore Thanksgiving" the piny was^ based on incidents that might have Occurred in preparation for the first American Thanksgiving. Characters and those taking part werei Announcer, David Woodul; Father, Wendel McCorkle; Mother, .Linda 'Miller; Abigail, ;. Pa>nv Hxitson; Jamfs, Dwayne Alrington; J'phn, Tomnay ,Seals; Indians — Squanto, John King; Samoset, Doriny Alchicj' David McGuire led the pledge <jf allegiance to the flag and Johnnj, Breeding acted as stage manager. After the play Mrs. Garland Modders directed all the children |of the school in singing "Over thcj River and Through the Woods? and "America the Beautiful." , spent thanksgiving with, his faf- 6hls, Mr. and Mis. So6 B. Bailey. Mr. and Mfs. J. fi. fiaiiey ahd family spent the TTiatlfes|iVlflg hoi' Ways With friends and relatives in Houston, Texas. Mr. ahd Mrs. Lonnle Stile and children, Vickie ahd SLohhie Jr. of Pf-essoU spent thanksgiving Day with iMrs, Buld's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C". Menry of Mope. Sill Gentry and Jack M'orart, students al Southern Methodist University of Dallas spent Thanksgiv* ing holidays ^ilh their parents. Mr. and iMrs. Bill denlry and Mr. and Mrs, Curtis iMorah. Mr. nnd Mrs. fiarl Weiscnbcrg- or and son, Frank of Seott City, Kansas and iMiss tElsle Wlsehiberg' er of Houston spent Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. Stella Welsett- bcrger and the Royde Wclsenljcrg' Jerry Franks, Royce Weisenberg- cr ahd Tommy Polk were among the University of Arkansas freshman home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reed spent Thanksgiving -with iMr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Reed Jr., and sons. Chris and Mitch in Fort Worth, Texas. M'rs. Maltie Tomlin has returned home after spending the last month in Indiana with her daughter, Mrs. M. L. QVtoore and family. .Miss Linda Rogers of Yazoo City, Miss, was the guest of Miss Judy Kay Wright during Thanksgiving, t Mr. nnd Mrs. Ansley Gilbert had as their holiday guests, their son James and Sydney Rogers of Yazoo City, Miss. iBoth James and Sydney arc students at the U of A. Also home from the University was Jimmy Jones Jr. who visited his parents, iM.r. and-Mrs, James H. Jones. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Crow spent Thanksgiving in Wichita Falls, Tex as with Capt. and 'Mrs. Martin L. Crow. Becky and Lou Crosv returned to Hope with them for a short visit. 'Miss Judy (Mammons of Dallas spent the holidays with Mr, and Mrs. Foy Mammons and Miss Troy Hammons Mr, and Mrs. Glen Gilbert , Honored With ...^, "Mr?" and Mrs. Glen- Gilbert were honored with a surprise party given 'by friends Sunday, Nov. p. Delectable refreshments Were served to those attending. , The couple were the recipients' of many lovely gifts, Births Airman and Mrs. Jimmy Benson of Warensburg, Mo. announce the arrival of a son, James Riqhaid Jr,, who weighed 7 Ibs., on ,Noy, 27, 1958, Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Carl Coffee and the paternal grandparents ore Mr. and Mrs, H, E. Benson, Coming and Going Bill Bailey of Ft, Worth, Texas ; ROBERT ROBERT RICHARD MAY LEE MITCHUM -WAGNER»EGAN• WITT' PHILIPS TUESDAY - Qnl Day Only Boxoffice Opens Stoge Sh 8;9QP, M, MCiJ%5%r ^J,¥i>' 1 ?«•%»•'*****{'?*** at '»n $&> ON STAGE-^^^fe f^h*j - ^ jFripwtoETB' >\4. ^ m m Ut*u i^AV kfelUKtJ t KO»^ (jRAVtrS ^ ii-.l, t lO'vU. VVUi t-L/ ^«*^vt »O^ >-"L, MA/^iAi. ( n^/v (<AA/^ C K^ I l'^5 En route to .their new home in Tulsa, Okla./Mr, and Mrs. Henry ['aylor Jr. spent Thanksgiving with ijs mother, Mrs. Henry Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Herndon III and Jo Lynn of Waco, Tex, spent Thanksgiving with 'Mr. and Mn, H. D, Shipley and Mr, nnd ^ Rufus Herndon Jr,, Mr. a,nd si John Patton III and Johnny ofjJJjttJe Rock -were also guests of Bill Lawrence, a student at Ausin College in-Sherman, Tex, spent he holiday vacation with the L. '. Lawrence family, Mr. and 'Mrs, Oliver vAdarris had is their holiday guests, their son, and daughter, 'Oliver,;and Ann of he University of Arkansas. Mrs. iL. B',""TobTey left'last Friday for New York City, where she vill be one of five counselors at a United Nations Seminar for Youth n the Little Rock Conference of he Methodist .Church. On Thanksgiving Day, a family fathering with Mrs, Allen W, Marin included Elder and Mrs, Carlon Roberts and daughter of Magnolia, IMrs. Dewey Martin and children, Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur 3olding all of Texarkana, Mr, and Mrs. A. G, Martin and sons and VIr. and Mrs. Mike Schneiker and children, •Mr. jand Mrs, Jiorace Fuller had lad as s their Thanksgiving guests, Miss kanelle 'Fuller of Waco, Tex. and Mr, and Mrs, ^arky Fuller of Ft, Yforth, Tex. Mrs\ 6arl Coffee left Saturday night fpvWarensburg, 'Mo. where she will visit Airman and Mrs. Jim,my Behson ana 1 , will rrieet her new grandson, Victor Ctfbb and Grandison Royston Jr. Vent to MUle 'Rock Saturday, wbers they bccarne pew jpembers of \he Schijnitar .Shrdne mplP' fney were accompanied on the trip 'by Wetob 'Laseter Jr, (WJrs. A. T. Atkinson of Tyler, Tex.as jyas a fgiurday guest of Jylrs, pearl Owen and. Jojo, M'rs. L.. J. PwrBe and family had as their THanHsga-ing guests. Mrs. mes Lautewacft and children o| ocHton, Texai V Mr, and M'rs. Homer Fuller had as their Thanksgiving guests their Sfjn,, Major perse;? Filler and farni}y pj Now is the time for a girl to take thought of the way she'll look to others during the holiday'whirl, It won't do to try to make yourself over the week before Christmas. This girl aims for pretty hair (left) with a new kind of shampoo that contains, the makers say, an anti-dandruff ingredient. It's non-drying, too. She follows it up with a cream rinse containing royal jelly, one that adds body to limp hair, U also smooths out snarls nnd tangles, She uses (center) a hair conditioner which is meant to take care of all of the problems created by over-bleaching* lacquer sprays and over-heated houses. It's a salon-type product for use at home. And here she is (right), ready for the holidays, looking and feeling her prettiest. She has set her hair in a casual but becoming style, one which will not require constant care in order to look well. A Pretty Fair Sized Turni — Star Photo & Engraving A 5 POUND turnip is being displayed above by Martha Jane Flowers while Beth Lawrence compares It with a baseball. The turnip was grown by a Mr. Healey on the Henry Hunt farm on the bank of Lower Red Lake, Mr. and Mrs. S, A. Flowers saw tne turnip while riding around Thanksgiving and arranged for the picture. ^,, nan for n cookla company, hurl ncuruble lung cancer, fellow em- ployes find his brother-in-law saicl. A coworkcr of Forrester's snid when told of the deaths, "I'm not surprised." Search for Youths Missing on Hunt EL DOTIDO, Ark, (AP) — A search was launched today for Mrs. Forrester earlier this ycnr! throe Icon aged boys who loft their homes hero nboul noon yesterday, In -go cluck hunting in the OunchiUi River bottoms, Missing, wcrq Carroll MeGnrity Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McGarity Sr. i Charles King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes B. King, nnd Ronnie Daniels, son of Mr. and .Mrs. lEulhor Dnntols. All throe boys are 17. it was 'believed the trio went to the Pcndlcton Lnke region near Holding, Ark. The Union County Sheriff's office snid deputies were sqarchiim for the boys In a downpour this afternoon. The early nflernOon temperature' in Die area wns 41' degrees, night the temperature ind been In u menial institution olid once had attempted to cut icr hroat, police Snid her brother told thorn. Homicide officers ?aid a newspaper dated Tuesday was the latest one in the room. Tilton Conkling said ho had been trying to reach the family since ;i week ngo Sunday. Forrester hurl not reported for work for 10 days. Forrester was found sitting up-, right on a davenport. A ,22-anlibcr rifle was near him. Mrs. Forrester's body was In one bedroom, Mrs. Mary Conkling and Blanche Conkling were in a rear bedroom bed. Officers said each person had apparently been ,«hol throuch the mouth. • Another of the notes said, "Sickness the reason for this."' It was signed by all four. reached u low of 43 degrees. The .boys, left in an automobile Parents of the three youths reported them missing early today The families arc neighbors. Highway Dept, to Get $2 Millions More UTTLK tlOCK XAP^-Tlic stale tflffhwdy cbepaftfhfenl. will ieefclvd n 'two—rrtllllfm tlotHtr annual !tl» ercnse Mft " c&tisthiclitm revenues trtHltiK WlflOhd l«6i-B2" flacrtl tflr, the '..Arknhsns Legislative oimcll WftS told today. The-, life-reuse" win result from enrly, retirement of the 21 millkiti Jollnr highway bond Issild of 1940- Secretary Frank Storey, t who -reported this to the cnuhefl.'HclrtpertJtt the good newi with B/rCiTiirid.C-t' that the Highway 3epniilmeliL sfill has nbuul M mil-ion 'ddllnrs oulsliitidlhg in 1041 itl'hvi'ny refunding bonds. Storey said the latter bonds can be rullred by 4WI nt tho rate of about $7,105,000 oMntfally for principal nhti, liUej;4$t.' .tfunds for the lebl hnvo lo.,fao appropriated like other slate expenditures. ' TW "Strbjecaif iij;(J;al6 .audits for Mute flgijntiles;<niso .cnittu bcfote he council today. f.cglslnllvo '•Auditor Orvrl John- inn sold his division could audit nil state nKtjncies-ln Ihc normiil course of 'business with the present staff. But, he Said, any rush dond- Inc could not be handled unless routine 'business is dropped. Johnson requested a budget of lenriy '$177,000 n ycnr, nbotit $13,000 above the present level. Some !fO,l)00 of this wns tor ;,nhiry In- crosses. Other budget J) scheduled for icnrlns,' to'dny included: Legislative Council $72,000 anntt' ally, no change. Slnte Purchnslng Department, 150,000, up $2,5(10. Industrial Development Commission Revolving Loan Fund, $175,000, nboUl $24,000 more than the fund possessed before it wns parceled out in lotms to various industries. Employment Security Division Fund, $200,000, twice the previous amount. • In ' other action, a Little Rock physician told tho council he considers a prppostil , for admitting private , patients to the Medical Center -a "socialistic" idea. MAY WE SUGGEST Van Raallc Lingerie For Her Christmas? , The Fashion Shbppc "112 So". Main " PR 7-5850 ' fli Airman Poo|e LEAVING recently for Puerto Rico was Airman 2/c Lynn Howard Poole, son of Mr, and Mrs, Earl H. Poole of Texar- Kana, Mrs, Poole, the former Sybil Worthey, daugnter of the Rev, and Mrs, H, M, Wortdey of 0?an, and son, Danny, plan to join Airman Poole in the near future, Both Mr. nnd Mrs, Pogle are 1955 Hope High graduates, > Proclamation the Hope Bobcats have successfully completed the first undefeated season in the history of liope High School, And whereas this outstanding record and the conduct and sports- rqarjshjp ^isipiayed iby the players and poaches has brought invalu- .able pubjjcity to the city of Jlape, Therefore, officially declare Tuesday Pep, 2 as ''Bobcat Day". Signed George FrayJer, Mayov of Hope, Ark. ijVlr. ayicj Mrs. R.oy Thornton had jis the}J'\holi^gy truest?, tt>eir 4au- jer, Jjene, % sliwjegt at '{tender. son Stale fea^l's College, also their two sons, Poach. an4 Mrs. Qrjs yijQrnton. and, 'djugJUev of M.enj, Ark. and Mj<, and Mrs, Barney ThPJ'fttQQ ,pi., Au.s.t|n, ,'f^as. o,( S,' ,§arn - m 3 Hope; 'B,obbie Jean Hawthorne, fouke; ^rs. Nolen Cawdl.?, pod- paw; Jrames Edward Walker Hope IN'Jrs. Lorpa porath, Ropy, gisg^f^ed; Mrs, Lawson EJHs, Saratoga; Mrs. Loma Poralh, Hope Mrs. Bruce ftochelle, Hops', Mrs. Lettje i^andes, pt, J, Patmos; W. Jit. 1 Emmet Puvall Continued From page One isters level, to reopen the whole German problem. This~ would include not only Berlin but German unification nnd a German peace trealy. In, his Thanksgiving Day note to the -.-Western Powers, Khrushchev himspU said the unification of Germany would 'be the best sola- lion of all for the Berlin question. But ho again insisted on the Soviet terms—a neutralized federation of the two Germanys, with the Sbvietixcd part getting a say in the Western part, The .Western Allies contend that a peace treaty can be negotiated only with a sovereign all-German go"ernment freely elected. East Germany has never had a free election and for that reason Is not recognised by the West. The possibility of a high-level conference on G c r m a ny was raised further when Khrushchev declared at a Moscow reception Saturday that he would like to drink a toast again with tho Soviet | Union's wartime allies and discuss peacefully a Berlin solu- lion al a ''round table," The British, French and Amen* cans already have rriadc clear they^'jvill turn down Khiushchov's proppsaj that Wes.1 Berlin be made a d|"rnjjitari;:cd free city—^w'lich wouljT be open to a Comrnunist graqfas soon as the 9,000 Western- troopsVjiad withdrawn- Alert to the po&sibillty of a ret newal of the blockade tactics o£ W48-49, the U.S. Army reported one • of Us two daily military trains to perlin was delayed for over 'an hour today. Wrap Her In Eiegan I I '* -V tin * <"•*•' "f """ ! " * ""^ '^'*'*^^B^ * ***' If**?' POCKET STOLE 5 Row Seamed Like Mink BORGANA4-STAR Apparently Take Lives in St, Louis Mo. despondent over Foul' poor , apparently each in heir own lives, 'flieir bodies found Sunday nighv in u Biege, Charcoal, Grey, and Srarlight. Please shop, now and help us help you._ BORGANA Cloud 9 WHITE EVENING JACKET $25.98 A Sure Fire Pleaser for Xmqs, 100% Hope; Mrs. Madie Reci,e. | Soutji St. U>uis apartment, |^t. }, Hope; , Bftbbie Jean Haw itipj-ne, F^uke; Charlotte Goad, lit, 1, fjape; l/uther Williams, Hope; £Jlis Caple, Qt. U, Hope, 'Ml-, and 'Mvs. William l\, Camp* •feel!" of H^ope announce th? arrival of a bs^j- giri,, bom Woy, %%, 4959. joro tBWSrfS' fe4 •^ "*»>• v^SW?^ three women and, a man, ajl relate^, appealed ' to have been duad for several days, ( They were 4tler«tif4ed by a relative ij sulejta Mrs. , ft|ary Miss Blanche Forrester, B?, 3 \yife, ^ueillc. 3g; 's m o t |i e r Mrs, 80, g, widow; a"rj4 QwkJ.ing, §&', M^S s|er. were toun,d by Til- ig v ,a bfpihpi 8 of, t^ iefQfl .01 «n', :l.wna. mm ^•&j< l^k m fe. PlilS - Federal Tax The best quality we haye ever; see/rqt this pri<;§, Two length 2Q" and 23", • Uog.wood brown.' Sizes 8 (9 J§. Don't wait buy"now. FAY v- lfe&- P !-: .=& Wfv V*^ Ht; "&1 -"*• *i f j , "is.' ^ f'tt '?f"f-> <St'«-c '\~*

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