Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 5, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 5, 1958
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, ARKANSAS TY Phm 7*§4§! BitwigB j A.M, and 4 P.MI CQlgftaQf | Following the luncheon the circle Will go irt a group to the chutch to the Uhion meeting at the WSCS Tor Ihe program. Wcsicyah Service Guild No. 2 Will rheet Monday, Bed, g at f:30 p.m, In the homd ol Miss Mary Louise dopelahd. Wesleyah Sefvi6e SulW No. 3 of tfie Mdlhffdlsl chui-ch will hot meet for the tegular rngeling as scheduled. Circle No. fi of the w^dg of Ejfst Methodist Church will meet Wahday, bee, B at 12;so in the home of Mrs. Byron Hefner for a Christmas lUncheoh, Members are asked to bring a Kih for exchange, the annual Christinas offering will be taken, XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that- are ^ ', Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE" Shop The Fashion Shoppe 112 S, Main 7-5850 Hope Lions club will entertain their wives at ah annual Christmas parly Monday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p. hi, at the Diamond cafe, Every* one bring a gift, one dollar in Value, to be exchanged, The Christian Women's fellow- shij} of the First Christian Church will meet in the fellowship Hall for their Christmas luncheon at 12i30 on Monday, Dec. 8, following the luncheon, a program will be presented by Mrs, Oliver Adams ahd M'rs, Gcorac Wright, The special offering will be for the National Benevolent Association, All members are urged to attend. Tuesday, The Friendship Class of the First Baptist Church will have a Christmas binhef party, tJec, 9 at the private dining room ol the Diamond Cafe at 7 p. m. Members who dan hot attend please contact your grout) captalH. Tuesday, BeesHibef 9 Brookwood PfA executive Committee Will meet at 2 p. m. Tuos' day, Dec. 9 at the school. Monday, December 8 The general meeting of WSCS of the Methodist church will meet .Monday, Dec. 8, at 2:30 p. m, at the church. The executive meeting The Jett S. Graves Class of the First Methodist Church will have a Christmas dinner at White's Cafe in Pulton on Tuesday, December 9 at f p. m. Gifts valued at $1.00 will be exchanged, Ample transportation will be available, and the group will leave from the church ul fi;30 p. m. *f^-f ^.fe?,^ > , J~^uV j " •*<»?> , ealec, SUflPd': .• / ,1 r , Wednesday, December 10 Brookwood PTA will meet at 3 o'clock in the school auditorium. Dr. John McClanahan will be guest speaker. The film of "The Brookwood May Day Festival will also be shown. All .parents arc invited to attend. The family of Mrs. Ollie Maxwell acknowledge with deep appreciation your kind expression of sympathy during our recent bereavement. SAENGER THEATRE TONITE & Saturday Twin Action : FEATURES THI ILAZINO IPIC OF THE SHAPING OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORYI i*. # ^^vui^wy W^^v l w%w^w^^ ITEEl'VEWOIS* BAKER JUSTICE Late Show Saturday 11:00 P. M. ^- TWIN TERROR SHOW H " ^^ .. T s wwflAvii 0 R ' >-V R p R MARfl'fD ftfONSTEH. ' ntOM S neMfiC j PACt f, "i'V Uv* SUNDAY Thot Sex Kitten is Back in Her Scxotional New Hit f ,, Not Since the Statue of Liberty Has o frcnch QirlLit Such Fires in America! Thursday, December 11 Mope Council of Garden Clubs will present First Holiday Homes Pilgrimage, theme, "Through The Ages," Dec. lil from 2 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec e mber 6 Cub Scouts of Pack 02 and their families will have a hamburger supper and Christmas -party, Saturday, Dec. 0 at 7 p, m. at the armory. Each Cub is asked to bring 25c gifts for exchange. Notice The Weslcyan Service Guild No, 1 of the Methodist church will not meet for the regular meeting Monday night, Dec. 8. There will be DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE TONITE & Saturday 6:45 - 9:18 JOHN WAYNE LARAINE DAY in THE HIGH and THE MIGHTY Coming SUNDAY Brought Bock for the Last Showing .... Two Great Religious Pictures Starts 7:00 VICTOR MATURE JEAN SIMMONS THE ROBE Starts 9:30 RICHARD TODD A MAN CALLED PETER Regular Prices, Hope Junlotv High Band a dinner meeting Friday, Dec, 12. Den 5 of Pack 92 Enjoy Meeting Den 5 of Pack 02 ol! the Cu Scouts held their weekly mcetin at Rancho del Hticvos. After th pledge of allegiance to the tlag an singing of the Star Spankled Bar ner a business meeting wns helc A game of "Kitty, Kilty" and hunt for mistletoe were the nctiv hies of the clay followed by weincr and marshmallow roa. which was a popular feature wit the scouts. Those attending were Cubs Mik Atkins, Ken Rogers, Larry Brown Jerry Don Still. Edward Bode David Morris and William Byers Future Cubs Jimmy Turner, Jac Turner, and David SU1J and Do Chief Bobby Mitchell also enjoye> the meeting'. Mrs. Don Smith Hostess To Pat Cleburle Chapter ' • Christmas decorations adornei the home of Mrs. Don Smith whe the Pat Cloburne Chapter of th ^U/DMC, met there r ori-Deceipbei'*4 with Mrs, J. M. Duffie and Mrs J. M O'Neal as co-hostesses / Mrs. J, W, Branch led the pledg of allegiance to the flags, and th president, Mrs. J, M. O'Neal, con ducted the business meeting. D'ui ing it, plans were made for send Ing boxes to the Confederate Horn in Little Rock, After Mrs, Branch gave an ap propriate poem about Christmas a warm and merry story, "Willo pus-Wallopus," was presented bj Mrs, - Sam Strong. Mrs, Branci gave a few thoughts regarding Christmas presents, and the group had an exchange of gifts. In conclusion, ,tho hostessei served, fruit cake, nuts and coffee, Coming and Going Mr, and Mrs,' Vance Crawford o Sclinoctady.'N, Y,"are visaing Mrs W. P, s McGraw, and Misses Flor, onco mid. Dell McClanahan, Or Wednesday, Mr, and Mrs, Crawford and Mrs, McGraw were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Pate In Nashville Mr, and Mrs, Lloyd Kinard speni Thursday in Camden where he at. tended a meeting of Chevrolet parts dealers, Garden CJwt> Members pun '•Annual'H9lirfay H<?us? Tour An event pf the coming Christ mas' holiday .season will be 'the 'Holiday Hpuse four 1 ' which wil be sponsored .again by the Nashr vJJle Garden qiub; The (.our will be hold from ? to U p. m. "on, TJwrs. day, Pecember Jlth, The lovely rnadcm horne o( Mr, and* Mrs, John L.,' ghaqjdoj? jn a natural setting on West Sunset Ayenuo vyijl be fjie house for a ' Christmas" theme wjierg' H ee from the club }§ wprk> ing. 'file cQmmJUee. jnclitd.es Jflvs, F°JTPSt Wilson, Chairman, Mrs, Jack, RorM, Mrs. If. L,, 'r))omas ? on, Mrs, JeH Sain, Mrs, 0,- L, ler, Mrs,. S P 'Hutchjqso Jack.' Benn^U. Mrs, QeargD Jr, Mrs, Car} Frfisl t ':M.rs, J, ^ Rpbipson and M f s, Loujs Pjckinsw.. 'Ihpy are rn.ak.Jpg unique, Ejvran.gc, meats,, ,' , , A second,, committee j? ^wprkjng on Jlje new t>yo»sto|-y bj'ipjj) wm? P | Mr. a.R4 ,Mrs., 'Horapr Tyj^ajfmj West aik, • afreet,- ' WJsJjnfti u £fe U\ & taeme an4 are ^%"mad,e* by , , j. A. F. Utloy and Mrs. C. E Ferguson • (Tickets nre $1,00 lor adults and 50c Tor students are available from Garden Club members or at the Belle Shop or Quality Shoe Store, ''Funds from the tour will be used by the club for the upkeep of Nashville cemetery, which Is the club's project, Hospital Notes • Branch Hospital ' 1 Admitted: Mr, C. H. Bagwell, Rt. 1, Hope; Brenda Stone, Rt. 5, Prescotl; Bertie Palniore, Hope, .•^Discharged: Mr. Nolan Clark, Rt, 3, Hope. ' ^Memorial Hospital ,:Admittcr: Mr. Willis Honea, Rt. 2,- Hope; Mr, Earl Downs, Rt. 1, Hope, i ;/Discharged: Mrs. J. B. Silver, Rosston, W, N, Mullins, Rt. 1, Emmet; KeillVjByrd, Hope; Dorothy Mae Hamilton, Rl. 1, Fulton, Tv/o Killed in Seperate Wrecks •ENGLAND, Ark, CAD — Two Negroes svcre killed accidentally here yesterday in separate accidents, one by drowning and one by shooting, •May Willie Harris, 5, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs, James Harris of near England, drowned in Clear Lake when a boat in.which she and h'er four-year-old sister were play- Four Britons Plan Atlantic Balloon Flight SANTA CHUZ13 DE TENERIFK, Canary Islands (AP) — Four In trepid Britons, one a woman, hope tu set olf from' the Cnntir^ Jslnntls Saturday night on a, perl! ous flight across the Atlantic in a balloon. /' ' The tour want to gather Infor mutton on weather conditions and wind currents during "n 3,000 m'tle allempt tc reach Barbados, In Ihe lirllish West- Indies,' The voyage ib under the patronage; of Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elr/.a both H. The bnllonists arc "Arnold Be'ou pro Jeiloart, 51-year-old .businessman and (he expedition'loader; his son, Timothy,'21, a chemical en gmecriitg student at Cnilubyldge University; Colin Mucl!e";V&>, • 11 Scottish marine engineer; -'and ,his wife Hosomnry ftludie, arj.-t- 1 , .' Mtidie is the balloon pilot,* Rose mnry the , copilot, photographer and cook,. Timothy , is the b radio man. • ",.'-,,, The balloon, -III (cut. ln"''rl)nmctuti with a capacity for'53,0001 eiiolq feet of hydrogen, IK, imide.tof/rclh orcecl plastic, It has .boon' chris' toned "The Smajl World,"-, ' ' f Beneath It is slunK a plastic .boat, l5'/ 2 fcat-iong nnd-T'AMeel which will serve an .gondola" or" nil a lifeboat should' llu ' fll'fiKt('f!ui; ^The parly believes .the 'crossing ing satik. - The younger 'girl was saved by her father. James Howard, II), son of 'Mrs. Priseella Howard "of near Scott, wounded when ne shotgun while was fatally dropped a K riding in the back of a wagon. Pulaski County Coroijw Howard A, Dishongh ruled the death accidental, Howard was- shot in' tho face, Fitibui Lilt Sftnrtnct UttLfc fttfdtf cAF>-aov. or- v«I Bi Fflulnis yesterday fbdtictfd ihe life sehftmee of a MiSslslfi&t resident eohVlclett.of inklftg pitrt Ifl a/rhurdeh •the redaction In «oiitcncc to 33 yenrs mndd Mnlcolin Alkitis, 4! f »f Oxford, Miss., eligible for pa> i-olc, , Alkihs wns schtchcbd ' 1H 13-lt hli'Ql County for Inking part fhUfdcr of A. liowit' o£ AU^ fitlstfl, oWhol- of n Iliitior stoi-d, dtlf- jf & robbery, Two other men wore cohvlclcd with .Him. One, Ben Adams, was oxcclitdd. thu other, Arthur Md- Jtco, received n Iif-2 sentence, Tliti fiovei-nor nlsu rutiucurl from to 13 yours thu prison term tit Uormiin Vniiee, 11, convicted May Jt, 1933, In Phlllipi County on u Jtucontl degree minder clunge. Vnndc'waa chm-ftud wllh the knltc sln|tltirt ot Cliin.'iitji! Wrlaitt during Itambtlng cilaiiuio in Helena. U. .S. Secretary of Stale John Foster Uullus says that his first illilotiuille assignment wtia at the tge ot 10 whun.lie was attached to lie Chinese delegation at thu sec» )ikl lliiguo I'euce Conference, vlll lake nearly two weeks, Tney plan to drill alnng about ,00'J fCci up, sitting face to lace, wh uui'tilisi, in tho gmuUjlu 1'edals operate n leru.j ol vnncii i, oppoHlt, 1 sides of llu) gondola o, guide the craft. I'edals also ippratu pumps tu bring up sea vtitcr through a hose tor ballast r jirlnking. Tharj is ,i small ells lijing 1 npptiratns ti convert Ine on, watur into drinking water, There iilso Is n small gunorator ,oj transform chointcalQ'liuu hydro juii. 'This is to compensate fur oss of gas. tfeitt creafctl by the generator will run Mrs. Mtidle's ooKing stove. 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 TITLE 1, (Home, Improvement) • * Conventional, J>v ". • FHA Build — Buy — Repair— Remodel — Refinance Ours la a'local/institution,.'owned and oper'atfed'by v local ' People, and we're' her^toVhelp >OU with your'loan--problems '• ,Wu have many, faollltlos t ;andi w^ Invite, you' to 'use them.' ' FRED 0. ELLIS Secretory • • • • 209 S. Moin St. Phone 7-4661 When il comes to saving dollars... they're best yet of Ihe best sellers \" t rT*5--;5? ->555fSJ* "'"t/ ; ; fht^ruck fine thaft for sipYlflf and $a*ing on the job, /node/ offer* bright n«W (way* to keep your>cos/ s doty, L 09k oyer fhe new - migh t •„

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