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December 2, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Tw* HOPE STAR, HO ft, A R K A MSA § Bieiwber 1, 19§§ Prescoff 3rd Worst lire Mr, ahd Mcs, f<6df«rH Have 'Mr; "and Mfs. Albffl 1?rHfprn cn- tcrtained with o family dinner nl their home on Thanksgiving; Day Covers, were laid for Miss Louise iMnrlin and Roy Cooke of Shrcve- port, Ln., Mr. and Mrs Lcroy Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Dc- woody. John, Pete anil Oeorgp Dewoody, Mr. and Mrs. Odis Redfern, Odls Jr. and Al Redfrrn of Stephens. Cub Scout Den & Has Meeting Thr- mcclina w.'is oprnod with th'r Cub Scout Promise and Plcd.ge of Allcsianee li'd by William T. Clay, don rhicf Tin- nflcrnivin was jfpcnl making Dinstmns mf's fl/l* or which n'freshmonls wero . c orv- Ml to Cubs Lurry Callicntt. Jerry CotliiiKhiirn. Ocnrgc' Cli.iv. Jim Davis, Oi'nr n.-u-is. Wylic nuke. Jim Fall-child. Jim Dirkt-rsmi and William T. Clay. meeting of Cub Seoul Dfrn 2 wns hold in the homo of Den Mother Mrs. Howard C.oilin,",' ham with Mrs. Wallace Purtle as- IUT, returned sin was the T-m L Mrs T. (•:. Logan from Memphis when 1 jjOt'st of Ml- tirifl Mr« and .luiiy Mr and Mrs. J. P Mines. Miss , Serving You Since 1896 RED HOT WED-THUR SPECIALS EXTRA LARGE WHITE 100% PURE PORK >ausage SWIFT PREMIUM aeon GAL. CARTON: ream SUN VAL.LY *f \M? /* i - The bfa tftit tfoes more*for you because... libs we 9t tlsi«is gf thii fe stUsh the su ' gix*.p?rfs«!. fit* Ifj additlpn, ibU el^j Iwwl }9 S0£R« thg N8« aqd ift/.fe» f) white $8tt8Q' ' inprJint • '*WH»5F>, . *.„, , , fri '. — .'-. i tll.ttilthsd typs |g| yjO|« fftii;^8^0|i: : , , Fluffs Sage one •'it few fnimit'.'S before (•:•. inb-^nl : lime. Nilicty perished. , the final toll inrluded ,",7 rhil- |drol1 nnd threr Sisters i>f Charily of the fiit'ssefl Viryin M;ny The | fire Venn Chie.'tR'i's wnr«l sincf Hie i disastrous Iroquois TlnTitci lire of ;1!)03. H was the third \\nr.-l school , fire In the nation in Ihe last 11)0 years. I More than Bi5 youngslei-s ie- mninccl in hospital.'. surd-ring I ilnno Mines anrl Billy Mines. Mr. | and Mrs. Harrell Mines, und John- I fiy Mines were TlAirsdav guests of Mrs. L. B. Nash in. El' Dorado. '• Mr. and Mrs. Charlie 'I'homas . were the Tluinksgiving Day Kuesls 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Marley C'o.x and dnu«hters in Pine Bluff and Dr. and Mrs. Jim Gentry Thomns and sons in Uttle Rock l j Mi', and Mrs. Wallace Purilo and ' sons, William and George wore the ' Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs, j Phillip peaton in Sparkman. | Mr. and Mrs. Monrpe Irl Mub- bard and son, Jon D.waine, have j returned to their home in Zwalo. La. after a holiday visit with his parents. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard. Holiday guests o! Mrs. Josephine Carrington were .itftr. and Mrs. R. C. Beaver of Hot Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Rulp/i Carrington of Malvern aud J'acji Hardy of Austin, Texas. Charles' 1 Yajjbrough has returned to Centenary .College in Shreveport after a holiday visit with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bob Yarbrough. Nqn,cy 'flncT KiUhy Purtle have returned from Crossed where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stegar and children, Hank and Nancy have returned to Excelsior Springs, Mo. after a weeks visit with his mother, M'rs: J. C. Stegar. 'Mr, and -Mrs. John T. McRae wore : the Thursday guests of her mother, ,Mrs.*C.. C. Taylor in Tcx- arkana. ... .•••••- ^^. ; Jvi.fHHHHHHHHHHMIHHi':}'.'/TJ - , - • Homer Bur.ke"' has returned to Matom ( .tll]. aft'fec. a visit with Mr. and -Mrsv Howard Burke and Mrs. K. W. Burke. 'Mrs. C. F. Hnnimons of-Antoine has been a guest in the home ot her da'ughter,''Mrs. Bert Wingfleld and-Mr.'WJngfield. '. ;, Morgue Place of Tragedy in Chicago By gUMUMO D'MoGH ' CHICAGO (AP) — The atrid stench of burned bodies and cloth- Ins huni? heavily over the mo'tgue ifil the Cook County t/ospilfli to- I day. ' j Inside, scores of priests aiid hbs- aifnl attendants tried to cdffifoH bereaved relatives still trying to ; identity the bodies of schooiehll- jdre.n who died in Monday's fii'c • fit Out- L(tt5y of the Angeles ttbtrt- rn Catholic School, i Ninety sheet-covered bodies lay 1 on stretchers in throe rooms of flip 'morgue basement. Some hart been identified within hours after the fire. I Some fire-blackened bodies contorted in agony may never be i from burns, broken bones received ; in i'rnnlic leaps Cor life and shock, i j In the Cook County Morgue. | shoot-covered little corpses, a -few ' charred nearly beyond identified- 1 lion, still lay waiting to be idehti- ' fiod by tearful parents. I A special detective task force j joined firemen in seeking out the | cause of the catastrophe, | j The fcarli.il speed with whlcli the blir/c devoured the Our Lady of the Angels Roman Catholic, School led F'ire Commissioner Robert J. Quinn to consider .arson. | Billowing black smoke indicated nn oillype fire, he said. Quinn called the blaze "the worst thing I have ever seen or ever will sec." 'Drew Brown, head of the police arson squad, said a rubbish blaze could have started it. Brown said he learned a student was instructed to burn rome 'rubbish in a concrete pit near the two-story brick building's northeast stairway about 2:20 'p.m. some 20 minutes before the-'-'fire broke out. The vicinity of the northeast stairway was where the •fire apparently started, Brown said. Just 18 minutes was the differ cnce between life and death*'for the 1,300 students and blacked- robed teachers in the school.l/The first box alarm was turned in at 2:42 p.m. The school let ; out.. ;it S p.m. Within m i n u t o s the building turned into a wild, screaming' in- t'erno. Smoke and hent Hilled "staircases and second-floor corridors so fust that normal exits were im .passable;' -, .,!, • .'led. j Ar, >ng white-clad nurses ahd |. •i., -j ie attendants could be seen thi ! rocked figures of priests'. H, • •<• was one, his jarm aroufid thi -boulder tit a weeping woman, ti> ng to console hCi'. I> vas the Will of O.od.*' WHS h'.-ucl in a low whifper from the pi . " "Voiif daughter is eti an- k< i m heaven.'' t The woman WepA unrestrained' KM'in the other ^kle of the room i;.Mi«' a shriek. A woman col- i.,jised and immididleiy attendant.- ringed her, cased hei' irtto a fu.ir and administered smelling Nearby sttod a couple In their IDS Pale, dry of tears, they fin* -.(•ird a rosary,, their lips moving u endlessly. l*hc'tti&n had said ear- IKM his daughter was hot repotted m ;iny of the .half'dozert hospitals i.i \\hich manyi of the children had i •eon taken. The couple came to ine morgue, but had hot linked nl iiny of the Unidentified "children. They were praying she still might nave only been injured, perhaps .still in a hospital through some rniMip in names, Hoveling among the jPrisidenl to Return to Washington C-a. dent Efsehhower flics back to Washington late today, well rested after 1.3. days of golf mixed with work here. Ketul'hing With him are his youngest grandchild, 2-year-pld Ma'ry "Jean," and her parents, Army Maj. ahd Mrs. John ;Eiscn* hoWef, The rest of the family — the President's wife" and the three grandchildren of school age — went' bbek to' Washington Sunday. The John iSiseiitiowers and their youngsters camt- to AUgus- ta tor ,lhe Thanksgiving weekend. in advance of departure, tfie Pfcsident planned p final round of g,olC Up to' ffdfty he had piayed 11 eighteen-hole rounds and •made Ohfe hihe-hole toiii at the Augusta National Golf Club course." Me tiasH't m!ss%d a day so fat-. fiisehhowl'r i-eturns to & busy Schedule in) Washihglofi the fiext few weeks. At the lop of his work calendar afe preparations for the convthihg of the Hc-W Congress Jan. 1. Still to be cqnbpleted afe 'the legislative program and the fed- era), budget >;hich \\i\\\ go, to "tile ia%rtiskets' sH6i-tly after tficy bfefcri shbp. C£>iig>{;Ssi&riai leaders ' 'of both batli,es frrqbably will be lled to the White \iouse for eon- r'eiifces oh those inalters ifittr {His ftiohth. MS lMJed - tvst « (at a inaptkil Ian • ers was Father Joseph OgttU faene, This 32^ear«old priest, a na live Chicagoah, dame to Olir Lady as the parish'was'known, in 19ii2, It was fis first assignment after ordination. " SEITH|M ODAY New for Now and Spring THE NEW WESTUOX We Hove a Complete Line Sop our b'g %*-lrction of KoHot color <;lidp outfrU Watches WRIST BEN CEPTER 10.95 SHADOW THIN .. 11.95 COQUETTE .... 12.95 AUTOMATIC .... 19.95 Clocks WALL MATE . . . SNOW FLAKE . . . 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