Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 4, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 4, 1958
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Page Si* HOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS ,19S§ Prescott News Garrelt Celebrates Birthday Anniversary Bcckv Oam>ll colrbralrd her eighth birthtlav uitli a p.iitv given by hoi p.irents Mi and Mrs. Lewis Gniiett iit then home on Wednesd,i> afternoon. Polled plniit arrangement'- <>f toscs and chty- sanlhonium'. deioi.itc-d tin- looms. Clinics won 1 played with prizes .being won b\ Gene UHVIS and •Carlelle Richaidson. Hoi chocolate and individual cakes u-t-rc served from a lable Centered will) a blue birthday t'nko decoiated with pink loses and topped with eight pink candles. Favors \u>ie cnloi books Other guesls Included Ohnrlollc EasU'rhni? Hienda Kay Mines. Gilda Mines. Mike lioberlson. Ginliy Oray, Kathy Reaves, Jerry Don rtltderbrahd, Janblte MeAnnally, Susie Willis, Ooug Gordon, Linda Carol Bavidson and Anila Beth Lambert, HEY KIDS Santa Clous will be at MONTGOMERY WARD Sot, Dec. 6, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come by and sec himl BECAUSE ... Ounce for ounce, Clabber Girl costs loss .''Ofan'' other leading brands l> BECAUSE. ..Clabber Girl is exclusively known as the baking powder with the balanced double action,.. balanced for uniformity In both mixing bowl and oven. BALANCED ^oub|e Action I'-v /Means &'• BETTED '•\ Baking CLABBER GIRL BAKING POWDER Hdynie Nrtitiy MeuHloh Held Members of the famil> of the late Mr. ahd Mrs, Ijoward Haynic held n family reunion al the Hod- land Club House on Thanksgiving Day. Al noon a bounliful luncheon was served, The Invocation was given by Mrs. Clyde Grisham. During the day, moving pictures were made by Mrs. Jim Thomas (if Texarkana, Others present were Mrs. George Haynie. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hay- lies and Gerry, M'r. and Mrs. Curtis Hiplcy, Handy and Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bolls and Linda of Little Hock. Mrs. Colburn Stuart and C. C. Stuart Jr. of Watson Steve and Frank Thomas of Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dewoody, Sharon and Brenda of Ourdon; Mr. and Mrs. Grady Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Delmcr' Tyree and Edd Air. and M'rs. Lloyd Haynie. Mr. and Mrs. Kred Bolls, Martha. Barbara. Thomas,. Dinah, Debbie and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Thunnan Haynie. Douglas, Earl Wayne and James Edward, Mr. and Mrs'. Coy Dewoody, Mr. and Mrs. HoWard Haynie, Howard and Gerald-, of Prescott. ••••• Rites Unite Van Pelt-Kcmpfert Of interest to Prescott friends will be the wedding of Miss Janet Van Pelt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. Van Pelt of Magnolia and Robert Elmer Kempfert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Keinpfert of Wauwalosa, Wis. that was performed on Saturday afternoon in Magnolia First Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. W. Butler officiated. Mrs. Jack Newton was organist and Mrs. Virginia Weaver, soloist. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a white velvet dress with a lace yoke and long sleeves. The skirt was ol' impressed pleats. Her veil of illusion was attached to a Dior bow of white velvet, and she carried a bouquet of gardenias and slephanotis. •Miss Bette Van Pell was her sisters'maid of honor. Bridesmaids were M'rs. Waldemar Kirseh'baum of Harrisburg, Pa., Mrs. Albert Charles Banker of Waukesha, Wis. Miss Juliet Van Poll of Evanston, HI. and Miss Barbara Bird, James Robert Spangler of Wauwatosa was best man. Ushers were David Mayer of Wauwatosa, James Mooty of El Dorado, Waldemur Kirsc'hbaum of Harrisburg, Pa. and Albert Chfii-les Banker of Waukesha. A feet-pllon was held in the Magnolia ftoom of thfe Magnolia Inn. After a wedding trip lo Chicago, the couple will be at home in Wau- walosa. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr, and M'rs. Carney ttr'ddks of Prcscotl. KlwshlS Host lo C6hf«rence The: "kiwanis Club of Pfescoll was host to the 1!»")9 LI. Governor conference Sunday at the Broadway Hotel. Cecil Myers, Lt.-Oov., was in charge, Clubs represented were Hoi Springs, Malvcrn, Arkadelphia, Prcscotl, Magnolia, Hope, Camden and El Dorado, Kiwanian Don Hays served pie and coffee lo the 30 guests at the weekly meeting of the Preseolt Club held last week. Floyd Hubbard was In charge of the program and introduced the guest speaker, Rev. Ed Bannister, who spoke on "Thanksgiving". The club was glad lo welcome Gus MeCaskill back after an Illness. Jr. Youth Fellowship Party The Junkir Youth Fellowship of First Presbyterian Church met Sunday at 0 o'clock for supper and Thanksgiving party. The tables were covered with red and while checked clothes and centered with hurricane lamps encircled with Nancllnas. FrankJe Anderson gave the invocation. Following the supper Rev. J. H. Robertson entertained the group with guitar selections. Each one brought a Christmas gift to be sent lo the Gooclland Indian Orphan age in Hugo, Oklahoma. In addi lion they voted to lake money from the treasury and purchase hard candy to send to the children there. Mrs. Thomas fcuehanah and laftiity of Springdale; Mr. and Mff. W. A. tlaytofi, Mrs. Minnie Mlflar ahd Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Glass, ol Cale. Sidney Parker Davis Jr. at Pay* etleville has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, F"> Davis. Mr. and Mrs. ft. E. Lihdbiad have returned to Loll. Texas after spending Ihc holidays at their hottiC here. Mrs. Ida M'aiiin and Miss Sue Martin spent Thursday in Warren as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jof< fre Rogers and family. Miss Ruth Stcll of Fordyce and Wells Hamby Jr. of Camden were Thursday guests of his parehls, Mr. and Mrs. Wells Hatnby. Miss Ava Lou Garrelt has re* sumed her studies at MSTC after a holiday visit with her parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garrelt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Brozic Haynie had as their guests during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huy^ nie, Glenn and Joe of M'agnolla, Jack Nelson of El Dorado and J, B. Mullin of Memphis. Mrs. B. C. Slivers has returned r from Beaumont, Texas and ShreVe- porl, where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stivers and sons. $ * » y ? v V . y I 'SEE THEM TODAY' THE NEW WESTCLOX We Have a Complete Line Watches Clocks Methodists Youf's on UN Tour Nov. 28 some 30 Methodist Youths together with their adult advisors from throughout Southern Arkansas departed Little Rock by train on an eight day trip to the United Nations in New York City. They will visit the UN General Assembly committee sessions. They will see other points of interest in New York and spend one day in Washington, D. C. Those selected to take the trip were between the ages of 16 lo 20 and a member of the Methodist Church in the Little Rock Conference. They were required to .write a 1,000 word theme on the UN. Sponsoring groups include local church members with Mrs. Wayne Eley, chairman of the Prescott committee. Mrs. L. B. Tooley of Hope is one of t-he mcm'bers of the planning committee. Youths making the trip fTom Hope District include Dolores Escarrc of Pros| colt who is president of the Meth- I odist Youth Fellowship and a mem- 1 ber of the adult choir, the senior class honor student and the band. Last year she won the DAR history award and was ehoosen as a Girls State representative She is also past advisor of the Order of the Rainibow for Girls, Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Haynie were the Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White of Lillle Rock. Wayne Dealon of the U. S. Navy was a Friday guest of his sister, Mrs. Wallace Purtle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson have had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dews and daughters formerly of Little Rock, who were en- route to San Antonio to make their new home. Mr. and M'rs. Guss McCaskill spent Friday in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jameson of i Magnolia were Friday guests of [ Mrs. Mildred Dawson and Mrs. Fannie Ncwth. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Epplcv and Miss Judy Woodul were Saturday visitors in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tompkins Jr., have returned to their home I in Carthage, Mo. after a visit 1 with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C H. Tompkins. - •' W /"•'S W ,J r& &" WRIST BEN CEPTER 10,95 WALL MATE , SNOW FLAKE BABY BEN SHADOW THIN . , 11,95 COQUETTE .... 12,95 AUTOMATIC , , . , 19.95 ZEST Plus'10% Federal Tax This Is o Few of the Numbers WE HAVE IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS i?I s»»v w S^vl &SON "T,Hi LEAPING PRUGGI5T" SERVICE r- , QUAMTY — COURTESY S Phone 7^292 102 W, End 5t, | ^^K>'»i2^.»-f»'^?iS^»iS,S«>)aS)>|S|*9,?l?i3.3,»i9i9(>l?l3 1> 4,5<'Ji>,?i>i;>lV!i'iSi5i2iy Out of town people attending funeral services for 'Mrs, Vern Buchanan on Sunday at the First Baptist Church were: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stutsman Mr, and Mrs John W, Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lemmerhirt, Mrs, Lola Buchanan and M'r. and Mrs, Robert L, Sanders of Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs, R, L, McCain, Mr, and Mrs, Clyde Van Meter, Mrs. Floyd LcvereU, MTS, Smilh Vaughn Mr, and Mrs, John McKiiinon, Mr, and Mrs. James Rowe all of Hope; 'Mr. and Mrs. B, B, Pyc of Malvcrn; Mr, and Mrs, A, A, McKinnon, and Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Harlqiess of Shreveport; Mr. and Mrs, V. I. Wortham and Mrs. H, W. McCain of Gurdon; Mr, and Mrs. Watson Parlor, Mr, and Mrs. Warren Parlor, Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Charles Buchanan and Rev. J, B. Browning of -El Dorado; Mr. and Mrs, Quinton Taggart of Fort Smith. Mr. and M'rs. Charlie Buchanan and Richard, Mr, aj}d Mrs, Eipmol Parham, Mr, and Mrs, Willard Anders of Camden; Mrs. Loyce S, Craig opd Mrs. Corimie Stevenson ot Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Coy MpKSnnon, Dudley McKinnon; James Roy Peachcy; Russellville; Mr, and Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bomis have .been Mrs. Charles Stewart of Gultiport, Miss., Ted Bemis, student at Lake Forest j| Academy, Lake Forest, 111,, Harold Bemis, student at Western M'llitary Academy, Allon, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Piper, Kathy Lisa and Chip of 'St. Louis, Mo, Mrs, J. H. Langley and Kathy have returned lo Midland, Texas aflcr a visit wth Mr. and Mrs. H, H. McKcnzie and Mrs, Edward Bryson, ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Epplcr had as their .guests Saturday, Miss Mary Epplcr and Don Booth of Hope. Carolyn •Barham Martin Gilbert, Gene Halo Jr., Johnny Sage, Dale Loe, Charlotte Bullock, Carl Dal- rym'ple Jr., Virginia Ann Hays, Mary Jewellc Herring, Judy Gilbert, Tom Barham, .Ed Bryson, Barbara Mobcrg and Douglas Haynie have returned lo Ihe University of Arkansas after spending the holidays wilh Iheir parents, Mr. and Mrs, Thurmon DcWoody of Oklahoma City. OUla., and Mr, and Mrs. Tliurmnn Dewoody Jr., and son, George, of Wichita, Kansas have been the gucs|s of Mr, and Mrs, Tom Dowoody and Mr. and Mrs, Cpy Pewoooy, Holiday guests of Mr, and Mrs, R, S, Hamilton were Mr, and Mrs. Rodney Hamilton and Howard of Bossier City, La., and Howard HarreU of LiUle flpck who was also the guesl of -Mrs. J, C, Slcgar. News about the New Rockets! OWENS BIG CHRISTMAS JACK POT CONTINUES - SAVINGS 20'/< 36 IN, COTTON YARD GOODS 59c to 69c Value 3 yds. 97c 5% WOOL DOUBLE BLANKETS Reg. 4.95 Value $3.95 Get Ready for Winter DOUBLE COTTON Large Size - 3,95 Value 50c Puts in Lay-Away LADIES PANTIES Reg. 98c Value CANNON Wash Cloths Reg. 15c Value 15 for 1.00 LADIES OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS Reg, 2.39 Value 1 l.i LADIES COTTON BLOOMERS AND VESTS Reg. 98c Value Icea. LADIES IMPORTED BLOUSES Reg. 1.59 Value Big Selection .PRINT and CHAMBRAY 36 in. Wide Reg. 35c Value 4 yds. 97c ON SALE — FALL DRESSES Values to 17.95 Now Priced — THE YEAR'S BEST YARD GOODS BUY! COTTON GOODS- 36 !o 45 EN. GROUP ONE 79c to 98c Values 2 yds. 94c GROUP TWO Values to 1.29 Yd. 66c yd. GROUP THREE 98c to 1.49yd. 77c 9x12 FELT BASE LINOLEUM RUGS Reg. 7.95 Value $3.94 $1.00 Puts in Lay-Away ELECTRIC BLANKETS 2 Year Guarantee Reg. 22.50 Value $16.99 MEN'S NEW FALL SLACKS Values to 13.95 4.88 to 9 44 SEE PRICE TAG FOR BIG SAVINGS! PINWALE FIRST QUALITY 36 Inch and 39 Inch Material E.V'Yd, FIRST, QUALITY — LADIES 51 GAUGE-15 DENIER Regular 98c Value 2 Pr, Men's Heavy Fleece SWEAT SHIRTS Reg, 1,59 Value Men's Heavy Flannel SHIRTS Reg, 2,59 Value BOY'S HEAVY FLEECE Reg, 1,39 Value BQY'S FUNNi!. r? NYiN J^-i: «' LADliS RUB5IR .,*: ^.f

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