Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1958 · Page 3
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December 2, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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Tucifoy, Bettmber 2,1951 OM If AH, MOP I, ARK AN*A! N§« Tdftt Calendar Tuesday, Bis, § The Fidelis dlass of First Methd' dlst Chllrdh Will have Iheil' ahtiUal Shi'lstmas parly, Tuesday, t>ee. 9 at-? ip,m, in the classroom, Each HTdrnbef is to bring a $1.00 fiift 1 '..exchange. Wed«esday, beesmber 3 Children who are to toe ahgels and shepherds in the Christmas Pageant at the ( Melhodist- Church are requested to Jrtfee%,t the church Wednesday, t>ec, ^' C will at 2i30 t)on fie and Thursday, Pat Cleburne Chapl meet Thursday, Dec n,m. in the home b llnith with Mrs, ls Ma''<! lilt's. Jimmy 0,'Noal' a cs. There will tb^YtiMchango of Christmas gift's.' 1 Mrs. -Sam Strong will tell a Christmas story. Afcalea dardofi Club will have a enll meeting at the home of Mrs. te. L. Archer, it. Thursday, tiec, 4 at 9i30 a. m. M?s, Te Clfcls 3 of the WSCS For their monthly meeting, Circle Mo, 3 of the W.' S. C. S. at the I'irst Methodist Church had a potluck luncheon in the home, of Mrs. Oarretl Stoiy on December 1. Before the group partook of the delicious repast, Mrs, M, 0, Kyler, Si', offered a prayer bf thanks, The serving tables were attractively decorated with celosia, tiny while mums, and red candles, After lunch, the circle was'callcd to order by the chairman, Mrs. Webb Laseter, Jr. The opening prayer was voiced by Mrs. J. C. Carllon, President of thci,local W. S. 6,» sr A short business session followed. th keeping with the theme of ChristiHas, the members SaRg two carols, "It Came Upon a Mir* hlghl Clear 1 ' afid "Mark ¥he Met* aid Ahgels Sing," acCottipafiied bj> Mrs. Carlton at the piano t Mrs. Kyler explained thel significance of Ihe Worship benter which had holy Christmas scenes, aH opefi Slbfe, and a burning dandle representing the Light of the World. Mrs. John HaMsfleld read the (jhristm.'is story foufid in Luke 2:1-20, A story entitled The Qifts of the Wise Men" by HarVetf N. Gfiihtt was, given by Miss Mafy Ahila Lasclef. baring the singing of the hymn, "Silent Night," a special Wahda Staley offering was taken. The meeting Was closed with prayer by Mrs, Lasctei'. The Christmas luncheon meeting was attended by 1G Circle members and two guests, Mrs. Carllon and Miss Laselen STAR »i SOUTH PACIFIC With Cex- Cutie ADULTS ONLY "CHRISTINE CARERE" ..;. MORE SEXY tlion BRIDGETT BARDOT • The story of a 19 year old girl's love affair with a boy and with a married man. • .Spicy French girl's" love story that shocked the world! IF^ANCOISE SAGAN'SI a ; 9 wNNNw MATHIS • His tht mood (trrwninctin farit, City of text'. STARTS WEDNESDAY ylueis yupessiWe JQ teat ef iruJy Jusury q«§U(y fabii '^iKl |ai!s red with a flaU?jjDS Leslie HuddlestoH Post 12, American Legion tb Have Christmas Party Tom J. VVardtaw, newly elected lommander of Leslie Muddlestbil 'ost 12, American Legion, and Mrs, lecil Weaver, President ol the .adics Auxiliary, announce the annual Christmas parly and pot luck uncheon will ,be held upstairs in he Elks Building at 1 p, m, on 'rlday, Dec, 12, 1058, Judge Ed F, VTcFaddin, a charter mehibei' of ho' Post and a past Cornmaiidcr, v(ll_be the guest speaker. The new ift'icers of the Post will be installed, All veterans and their wives are urged to mark this on their calendar and to attend this meeting, lie Jfcafi Wliklsoti, Syfolfi ftitfnnfi and Kay 6ff#hihg oh Not'. S8 US the Wilkisfc holhg. the hoslises pfesbfittd ihfc hoU' Oree with Aco"rsa|6 ot \vhitfe Cflf" nations \vhlh she pifihed lo h8r black outm She also rdcelVed many lovely'and useful ilfts ifdm guests presrt and Irofh those' who could not . Cooklos, hi4 and ic(Jd dHHkS Were served t 11, including Miss Judy frerrenttrg dt Pa.vettcVllle ahd Miss MaHnret LaUtdrtach w StoekloH, Mwbtf-s of Attend Laeal Unlo« IH Porty-ohc mcmicrs of first list Cliurch of Hbjc went by chartered bus to Magndin on Dct;, 1 for Associalional draining Union' Wands Sitttey offeHftg «'«s Mfs. f. d. Cole f«v* in tn« devotion Jroiti 2nd Luke. Mtft. E. P, d'Mftnl gave « ltdff, "ChrisBtiaS Al Ah lOWfl Fnrm<" Hostessbs served fl IdVdly snfid* nrtd snlad plate *llh ettoklbs ahd coffee td 11 metttbefs and oftc visitor, Mrs. J. d. Personal Mention friends of Edith Hnwlby will be glad to know that shd,has rcieoV* cied from her i-cccnl Illness and is back at work, Coming and Going Mr, and Mrs. Hoy Collier nnd an Associalional .Training union dtutghtcr, Joyeo spent Thanksgiving meeting. WaHcfMUer of the locdj holidays >M Mr, and Mrs. 0, S, tttiss and children, Jeaiteltc and church was Mastertof Ceremonies nnd 13r, John McClahahnn dcllv crcd the principal Wdress at the meeting held In the Central fiaptist Church of Magnolia, \ Miss Bevelyn Ball Honored With Suprlse Bridal Shower Miss Bevelyn Ball, bride-elect of J, B, Henry, was given a sur- jrise bridal shower' by Misses Bil- TONITE ON STAGE cv Boxofficc Opens 6:30 Stage Show at 8 p. m. ' • - - Circle Ns. 2 of WK5S Meets In Home of Mrs, R, Tl, White Circle No, 2 of WSCSof the First Methodist Church met \)ec. 1 in the home o£ Mrs, R, T. \Vhitc for the annual Christmas lunihcon with Mrs, C. W, Bridgers aslco-hosteas. iMrs. C, D. Lester askel the blessing after which the members eii- joyed a potluck luncheon served irom a beautiful appointed table. • Christmas decorations f Included the nativity scene and 'a lovely lighted church %vas in tic living and dining rooms, \ After the luncheon, Mri, White presided over a short buslt'ess ses* sion. Dues were collected^ and 'a special Christmas offcritg Was taken. \ ' Mrs. Edwin Ward gave 8 beautiful Christmas story, Mrs)} White dismissed the meeting with lirayer. There we're 18 members aid'one guest, Miss Emogene Dunfap bf Nashville, Tenn., present, '\ \ Roy of Motiston, Texas. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Coop and Mrs. Calhfliic Webb spent last weekend in Dallas where the Coops visited the Louis Howard family and Mrs, Wobb visited Mr. und Mrs. V. A. Keith, Mrs. John Owen had as guests last Friday, her grand daughter, Miss Wendell Owen of Texarkana and Miss Joannle Edwards of Dal« las. Miss Owen nnd Miss Edwards are roommates at East Texas State College in Commerce, Tex. Bert Burtlctt of Greenwood and Billy Davis were recent holiday "guests of Mr. and Mrs, Leon Davis. Suggests Boost ftaffi P«« dm to flay regular fUrtfi itemise fees instead' of lh<* curt-ehl $1 tnie— u HibVd Ihht tobllld gftlff $0U,0(W, nnd refflslralioft fees oil JtSr revisiHg light IfUdks Id provide another snld in the Hospital Notes Admitted! Mrs. J. H, Sllvey, Itosslottj Sidney A. flowers, Hope Mrs. Nellie Bmbba, Fulton; tJ«te Wilson, Hopci Mrs. Johnnie Krnm* er, 111. 3, Mope; Mrs, Lotnn Porath, Hope, dlsehiirged! Mrs. Gary Wayne ttnlellff, 1U. 1 Hope. Mr. and Mrs, Johnnie Kramer tot Ut, 3 Hope nnnotince the ar* ^Ival of a btuby boy, Dec, 2, 1058. Admitted: met; Nolcn Btirlon Crows, Mohon, Hope; 15m*. Miss Virginia Sue Hampton, Ht. 2 Hope Mrs. Hester Scott, Hope; Nolnn Clnrk, m. 3 Hope; Loon Tompklns Ht. 1 Hope, ffttfi ffsest «&fleern*tl with Us !ft« e&Mtfuel hJM*'*l ttte by revenue* hn¥e hat-" been-«B not KM stitfldefil td WHte, hat-" bee funds, ing Hie th ilstihl ybaf .„.. . Ittnblc to match $l6,?i3.B71 of HWWB federnt all- apportionment of $3lS03,6?a." Wallace's Idlest n!st» tjuotdd trotti fl repoM by ft flttti ,of tiort- ftuitnhu hired some Unit! *njd' to study the highway User tox pie* lure in, Arkansas! In the IB-yen r period through 1D7I, estimate of for construction nnd of the"state highway syalcln lotnl nbotil $1,10-1,000,000, -of which Arkansas will be t-ctiulrcd to rnlso n total of 833 million dollars of an n\erngo of npproxlmnlely $38,600,' per yctir," The report snld that If Arkansas Is I orhcel these needfc, cxlrn revenues of 10 million dollars pcv year above Income In II)5?*S8 will ; bo needed, . , Wallace pointed out: "..,if the LdttUlnlurc will innke available to the commission the entire lotnl slim of $7,700,000 ntinunlly, it Is believed that revo» flu* growth lull -ef b6ti«r to >duf «4 vine U * nattfra! fa* win fe* the teli Belgium's codst line is 48 long, • ANNOUNCING Mrs, Mike (Jean) lehfieiker has joined OUP staff and would like k> invite hep fflends tdvislf her at DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON Efr)'8:.« MAIN PR ?'3118 MAY WE SUGGEST Von Rdttlfc Lingerie Far Her Chrisrmas? i The Fbshion Shoppe ; ;;1 12: sar, ,M ajh .-; ;;P ft ; J Mr. and Mrs. Joe Polk had as their guests their daughter, Lin'da, a student at "Henderson and son, Joe Alan who is attending the University of Arkansas • for the Thanksgiving ^holidays. Circle No. 1 Meets In Church Basement Circle No. 1 of First Mctrodist Church met Monday, Dec. l'atf;l' o'clock in the church basemen! for Iheir annual Christmas polluck luncheon. ^\ After luncheon was served, c'ijcle members retired to the^JctUB, Graves Sunday School class 1 rcbrn for their regular monthly 'businsTs's mooting. Business session "was c«n- ductcd by circle leader; Mrs. Johnny Greene, A special Christmas offering was collected, ?,'; .' Mrs. J. Ross Mpore had charte of the program during which siie read two Christmas poems. Rdl call and dues were collected, t j Mrs. C, V, Nunn, Sr, gave an ill- spiring Christmas devotion. Tha members sang Christmas carpls, | Twenty members and one guests Dr. R. B. Moore were present, < , The meeting was closed with prayer by Dr. Moore, ; George Peck Jr. has Returned to the U of A after spending the holidays* with the George Peck family. Rev. Herschcl Williams 1 is in Batesvlllc this week conducting a revival at the P/eiffer .Baptist Church. i Mr. and Mrs, George Roebccke and daughter, Linda of Stuttgart, visited Mr, and Mrs, C, M'. Agc over the Thanksgiving holidays. ' Mr, and Mrs. Raymond HUH and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tolcr, all of Malvcrn were Sunday guests ,o'f the Rev. and Mrs, Rufus Sorrells. Circle No, 4 Meets in Home of Mrs, Graydon Anthony Circle No, 4 of Hie First Methodist Church met Monday, Dec, 1 at 3 p, m. in the home of Mrs, Graydon Anthony with Mrs. Cecil Weaver and Mrs. H. E, Thornton as co-hostesses. The meeting opened with prayer by the leader, Mrs, Weaver. Business was conducted and a After Miss Nancy Smith of Pine Bluff spent Thanksgiving with hci parents, Mr, pnd Mrs. Ralph Smith she attended a dinner party in Arkadelphia on Friday, honoring a bride-elect in whose wedding .Miss Smith will be an attendan I later this month. She and Clyde "iHor'd of Stuttgart returned to Hope spend Saturday with her parents. , K ' 1 and Sunday the new ' v ' * t *% ^ * * ' * ' *, '? **" \ if *"* ! ™ s " ' ' ' * station wagon with :the t mostrbbm, ; for the least money ,,. i/' * ••' '•" " ijjijL*»**'' v ' <.- i • • "-, mrrrr 7///V $ 2295°° " libvtod on every,e«r •long with »ny additions •' ux or : , Mr. and Mrs, Charles Byers anc Ri'cky, Mr, and M'rs, Robert Byers 'and Bobby and Mr, and MTS. Mar jri^ Byers and Tommie Sue have leturned to their homes in Dallas aftpr visiting Mr. and Mrs, Olin Dyers and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Kin- scy, • super V-8 delivers lop milc;i{5C,,^ciik pcrfprniancc, on regular lowjcost. , gat $>Costs less, to buy,,far, less tofopcraic.' Smart... Sensible ... Spirited., It's Your New Dimensioni in Station -Wagoni ' , Come in and Compare,at..', - - . ARCHER MOTOR CO., 114 W; 3rd St., HopcrArk. - • ' " ' " ,i«ft9tef'JB8lf ^ 19 S WW ^i tl^rt » , » 9 lyttd ikirt

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