Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 4, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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y, Bcftmlir 4,19SI HOU IT A*, HOM, ARKANSAS Pa§6 ftirtt H431 Setoecn 8 A.M. irtf 4 P,M, .Calendar Beeembef § Sosc- dardcfi diub Will meet Friday, bee. 5 al 2 p.m. in the iioftic of Mrs. fi, P, O'Neal u-ith Mrs. L. 0. fiarmiffi and Mrs. f, C, CtO\tf as dtf-HoStessess. • Members afd 1-ctfiihded lo bring toy lifts for children at BooheWite l&Hitarium and yuletlde corsages for hospital shuWns, Monday) Dtctmber 6 WdslcyaH Service dulld, No, 2 will meet Monday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 ip.m. in the home of Miss Mary Louise dopeland. ' Cii'cle No. 6 o£ the WSCS of First Methodist Church will meet Monday, Dec. 8 at 12S30 in the home of Mrs. Byron Merner for a Christmas luncheon. Members are asked to bring a gift for e&chahge. the annual Christmas offering will be taken. Following the luncheon the circle will go in a group to the chiltch lo the union meeting al the for the program. Hope Lions club will entertain their wives at an annual Christmas party Monday, bee. 8 at 7!30 p. m. at the Diamond cafe, Every* one bring a gift, one dollar in value, to be exchanged. The Christian Women's Fellow ship of the First Christian Church Will meet in the Fellowship Mall for their Christmas luncheon at designed for giving ... beautiful/beaufiful .perfumed Bath Powder by Fdberge \. eomplet«*witrrco!orful ''lambs ballet puff\,.3.75' •..- " ' * ** — Aphrodisia__Woodhue 1 TigressT^ActjV P. Cox Drug Co. *' ",; * f ' ' ^^ WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Bee. 8, Following tnt luftchedfl, a prd- fffim will be firdsefitgli»b£ Mrs, Oliver Adattis* . Sfid 'M'rs. tSSorgl Wright. the special offering will be for the Nallofial Serievdlefit Assffcia- lion. All meiWbers are urged to attefid. Tuesday, B«c*mb«p § the Friendship Class of the First Maplist Church will have a Christmas bihher parly, Dec. 9 at the private dining room of the Diamond Cafe at 7 p. m. Members who can hot attend please contact your group captain. Thursday, 6«eembef 11 Mope Council of d-arden Clubs will present First Holiday Homes Pilgrimage, theme, "Through The Ages," Dec. lii from 2 lo 8 p.m. Saturday, Dumber 6 Cub Scouts of Pack 62 and their families will have a hamburger supper and Christmas .party, Sal* urday, Dec. d at 7 p. m. at the armory. Each Cub is asked to bring 25c gifts for exchange. Mrs, Mamie CHtehlew Hostess To De Ann Lilac Club The De Ann Lilac Club met Tuesday, Dec, 2 In the home of Mrs, Mamie Ci'itchlow. With Mi's. Irvin Burke as co'hostcss, Mrs. Roy Burke, president call' ed the meeting to .order, Mrs. Hollis Samuel, .secretary called the roll and read the minutes. •Mrs. Mamie Ci'itchlow read Psalms 100 and a poem on "What We Have to be Thankful XoiV.-fol- lowed by a prayer iby 'Mrs,, C. B. O'Steen, •Mrs. Richard Arnold having charge of the pi'bgram, told the group about Mrs. Critchlows dried arrangements, and how to keep pot plants green and 'fresh during the winter months. Mrs. Crltchlow tol'd' how she gathered her materials in (he woods and on the road ; './' side 'and how she dried them-for her lovely winter toouquels and als'o showed her lovely driftwood -of which she ''collects. jMrs, Arnold had a complete Thanksgiving . table setting, the cloth was croquet hand 'made by Mrs. Critchlow, , she chose white china with..-a 14 .Karct gold edge, which had been in the family for several generations. Mrs. Arnold used her alvin sterling and foystorice crystal, The center piece was of gold mums and gold candles to complete the setting. „ In closing the progra'fh, she ask cd that every . one bow for one minute in silent" meditation followed by prayer. Mrs. C. R. Samuel won .the prize for the (best Thanksgiving arrangement. C.' .jjf • 'A 'delicious dessert pla^e/ .witj 1 coffee<was served to 14 members. The -Christmas .party will liieeV Dec. 16 with'iMrs. Jewel Burke. The Baker HOC' Meets With Mrs, J, W, W,hite, .The Baker HDC met in the home of Mrs, J. W, White, Nov, 13. The meeting was called, to order by the president, Mrs, Woodrow Baker. A song was sung toy the group and the Lord's prayer!, was repeated in unison. The devotion was given lh« fat subject Par , test being £sft!rhs Itf-t-Stf. t , Mrs. C-r>nIe Steadiftan, health leader gaVb a repsrt oft health. Mrs. Lawrence EaslefUttg, hdfti* grounds leader, gflve ah Ifiieresl- ing discussian. Her topic was ''To Prune or Not to Prune" for Ihrtt is a fall question. She fllso rend nil article on "ftoses and Spring flutbs you Should plant ridw." the dem* onstrallofl was a tailor made fttdh' ey management .plafi. the sUrpMse package Was Wott by Mrs. While ahd everyone enjoy* ed playing games with prizes going lo ihe winners. A delicious sandwich plaid and ice drinks were served lo 10 mem' 'bers and 1 guest, Miss Carol Baker. Mrs, Carter Suttdn Hestess Td '4? Friendship Club A meeting of the '47 Friendship Club was held at Mrs. Carter SuU ton's home on December 3, Mt;s. Fred Wunt opened the meeting with prayer, and the hostess read the scripture, 'Matt, 22:38-4(3, During the business session, plans were made for preparing Christmas boxes for shut-ins. Also, it was decided lo have the club's Christmas party on December 17 In the homo of M'rs, John Wiggins. A story entitled "The Gift of .Friendship" was a fitting addition to the program of the FricndshijD Club and was presented by Mrs. Sutton. Several party games weru played with clever prizes being given. The surprise package MIS won by Mrs, Sutton, Since two cluib members, Mrs. Bill Collins and Mrs, Lloyd Lingo, were celebrating their birthdays, birthday cake and gifts for them were part of the entertainment. The hostess also served coffee and-cold drinks to nine members and one .guest, Mrs. Howard Wright, The Victory HD v Club' Meets In Smith Home The Victory Home 'Demonstration Club -had it'.s Christmas party on Dec. 3 at the home o£ Mrs. Cecil Smith. . , The devotional was igiyen by Mrs. Robert Cash on the'"First Christmas," she used as her text Matthew 2—1-11. The members answered the .roll call with, "What Christmas Mcans : to Me." Mrs. Elston Willis presided over the short business session. Thdre was an exchange of gifts and the 1958 secret pals were >re- veaJed and was followed by the drawing of new secret pals for 1959. , ' A pretty Christmas tree and the coffee table decorated with colored pine cones and 'berries made" an attractive setting for the parly. The hostess served the assorted Christmas goodies, cold drinks and coffee < to 17 mem!bers gnd - pne guest^Mrs^^pharloltg^Goa^l. to( . ^The^'Janua'ry "j-n'celihg? y}fu be. iii the home of Mrs. Bill Schooley, . Coming and Going „ "* "*-«** Mrs, Ruth McWhorler was a recent holiday guest'of .Mr, and Mrs. G, B, Hughes. iNancy Jane Cox of Fulton, a student at Belhavcn College at Jackson, Miss, a'nd her roommate Mary Olson, from Coral Gables, GIFTY LIN I Matching Colors *[* 100% Nylon 4 *C Shop Early! J| FlS. S^tsnt -'RjlShitiStlVlng holidays A-ifh tf&Rtyi jjalrefitS, Mt. and Mvs. Mefteti tos. Ml*i fiftrbai-a Willctl. « home eeoncnttic innjot ot STSC al Com' mortd, 1'eSas SJjeht Thnnksglvlng holidays wilh her lamily. She Is doing practice leaching at Com- fticrcts High School and will receive he!- 8s degree ift January nnd ifi February will cuter hilo her dfcletisioh work as assistahl home demonstration agent. Hospital Notes Admitted: Mrs. fi. M. Rucker, M'rs. H. A. Grtsham, Hope. iarsed'. Mrs. Nell Sullon, Hope; Mrs. dehe Brliick and baby boy, Hope. Admitted; Jewell May Jr. Hope; . V. Shaplcy, IU. 3 Hope; Mrs. .Elinor Haynes, Hope; Dr. W. R. Alexander, Itopc; Mrs. darrcU Story, Hope; Jessie Holmes, Hope. Discharged! 1\ L. Cham'bless, Student Sentenced for Stealing Mail LITttE ttOdk (API—Art Arkansas AM&ft student was sentenced yesterday Id a year and a dny In prison nfler he pleaded guilty Id stealing mail from the campus post ottiee and forging a check he obtained from one of the letters. the student, Sterling M. Me- Clellatt, n 2i4'ent'-old Negro, htso wns placed on three years probn lion after he Is released from prison, Sentence wns passed by Judfi! Axel J. Beck in U.S. District ourt herCi Mcdlellnn nnd ifnmes VVotson Jr,, 10, also n Negro, wore chars cd by postal Inspectors Nov, 7. The inspectors snld yesterday the Iwo took letters containing checks tl money orders from post office boxes which cither had broken Hi. 4, llopei Mrs. Bobby Wilson, Hope. Ifrek* or tvere left WalSott i.<T serving n iferfh ift Ih6 Arkansas state pen* llefttinry 6tt another fofgefJ* fehftrfta. the poslnl inspectors sflld" Me- Clellnn got between $500 hnd $-100 since May by forging the checks ami money orders, They said Wnl- son got at least $100. Daisy Has Habit of Pulling This WtiST CHANGE, N. J. (AP) Police SBl. Thomas McDonald and a ducjartitid Daisy haVfc hold their second annual disaster clinic on Vincent Pond, spoitlflhtfous ahrl unrehearsed. 'Daisy, ns she did last year, spent the night on Ihe pond a frozen surface nfter it proved too slip- pury for iier lo walk bnck to shore, McDonald and Andrew Olson, Daisy's youthful owner, finally got the- duck bnck With the Old of weighted ropes nnd a eoriimcnl klro, "Not nautili" was McDonald's coftiMMit wheH nff SB«f Ih8 tsViftg duck's Afl6^ Mehday's tesetJS, iWe W6h! TrornS "with MAY WE SUGGEST Van Raaite Lin§eri@ Far The Fashion Shoppe IliS §b, Main PA ?-S§56 ANNOUNCING Mrs. Mffig '(Jedn) Schheik has Joined our staff and would like to invite hef friends to Visit her at DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON 204 9.-MAIN PR 7-311S Gillette Blades Dispenser.Pack •:w t"m_m_ 33c -•-•«•«• ~jjf. Tincture Merthiolate 1-Ounce (Limit 1) John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7.4616 HOPE, ARK. ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY YOUR FRIENDLY i^K *3»2 Value! aw TiY \€w? n t ^3T~. .Giant. STRIPE Tooth By Pepsodent ;,?%* Gay & Distinctive I^K^ IASELINE Half Tonicl In sparkling color! j L ' , ^^H K _ I m * ~ ** , . for iiaturol > ^ vfe- **<*" f «f •oir grooming. 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