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H6PI STAR, HQM, Aft*ANSA! Saturday, Beeewbef 6, f $58 «•'«••» - *•• «•a, - r i ^ — t>hohe 7-3431 Between 8 A.M. dnd 4 P,M, Magic Circle Church Announcements CeflUBuea from f»»8fe t5fce Ifimli ^ Calendar Monday, December 8 Wesleyan Service thtild ftn, 2 ttill nice-l Monday. Dec R tit li&O p.m.- m (ho home of Mi«s Mftf.v Louise Copeland Circle No. 6 of the WSCS of Firs! Methodist Church will ittcM Mondnj, Dee 8 nt 12 30 in the honvo of Mrs. Byroh Hefner for a Christmas luncheon. Members nrc asked to bring n gift fm exchange. Thn annual GhHstmns offering will br taken. FullowinK flu- luncheon the circle will go in a group to the chinch ,!() ihe union meeting nt the WSCS fur the pi ogi am | miltee will mcel at 2 p. m. Tues- i flny, Dcr. 0 /it (he school. The Jell 8. Groves Clnss of the First Methodist Church Will haVC a Christinas dinner fit While's Cafe m Kullon on Tuesday, t)c« ccmber 0 at 7 )j. m. Gifts valued nt $1.00 will be exchanged. Ample transportation will bt> available, and the group will leave from the , church nt G:30 p. m. 1'r.ielical Nurses will meet tiles- clny. Dee. 0 nt 7:!iO p. m. In roiil-t- room of City Mail Id olbct their naw officers for JfiSfJ. ttttpe Lions club will entertain their wives at an annual Christmas pnity Miinclas. Dec. B nt 7 30 p hi. at the Diamond cdfo. Kvory- tine biinK a gift, one dollat in Value, to be exchanged The Christian Women's Fellosv- ship of the Fust Chiistian Church Will meet in the Fellowship Hall tor tlicii Christmas luncheon at 12:30 on Monday, Dec. 8. 'Following the luncheon, a program will be presented by Mrs. Oliver Aclam-i and MVs. George Wright. The special offering will be for the National Benevolent Association. All merrtberB are urged to attend. The general meeting of WSCS of the Methodist church will meet Monday, Dec. 8, at 2:30 p. m. nt the church. The executive meeting will follow. The-Wcslcynn Service Guild No. ] of the Methodist church will not meet for the regular meeting as scheduled. Tuesday, Dec e mber 9 The Friendship Clnss of the First Baptist Church will have a 1 Christmas Dinner party, Dec. 9 . at the private dining room of the Diamond CaTe at 7 p. in. Members who can not attend pk'nse contact your group captain. Brookwood PTA executive com- XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that ore Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE" Sh.op The Fashion Shoppe 112 S. Main 7-5850 SAENGEK TONITE — 2 Big Hits CHECK POINT Plus FLAMING FRONTIER LATEfSft'6'W Tonite 11:00 p. m, The Fidelis CltiSS of Plrst Melho- dlst Church will havo their annuul Christmas party Tuesday, Dec. 9 Kach member is to bring a $1.00 girt for exchange, 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 are invited (n attend. Thursday, December 11 Hope Council of Garden Clubs wiJl present First Holiday Homes Pilgrimage, theme, "Through The Ages," Doe. M from 2 to 8 p.m. Friday, December 12 Wesleyan Service Guild No. 1 will hnvo it's annual Christmas dinner at the Diamond Cafe, Friday, Dec. 12 at 7 o'clock. Saturday, Dec e mber 6 Cub Scouts of Pack 62 and their families will have a hamburger supper mid Christmas parly, Saturday, Dec. 0 at 7 p. m. at the armory. Each Cub is asked to bring 25c yifts for exchange. Notice The Wegleynn-Service Guild No. 1 of the Methodist church will, not meet for the regular meeting Monday night, Dec. 8, There will be a dinner meeting Friday, Dec. 12, Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hnrrell have as their guest this week, Mrs, D. C. Tippltt, Mrs. Byrcl Tippitt and Mrs. Naclinc Tippltt nil of Pros- cott. Ihis eVdrgrtoh wmld with cr,rrlsori . tint! §oid. Water sports rtrr> ortjoy* td by ihcrcaSing lhou«nnrls each yeah j tint Hid renl enthvisinsts nre the legions of anglers who drive lor hundreds of miles to fish iii the ;1-1- rnile stretch of the White Diver belwwt Hull Shnnls nnd Norfolk' Dam. Here rainbow trout near ]4| jxHtnds Were enught in )9!5.1 /n Bull Shoals Lakf itself some bass have been close to nine pounds, i 023rk Magic ' Frrjrh Hnf'Mson oilr M.-ifilc' Cirt-te j turned back south ovi-r tho otlu-r major new highway (Slate- 7i. which has opened 'pcclneuliir Oxark grandeur to Ihp motorist i-'of miles you are treated to the feeling of having entered an un- i spoiled world. Side mails, eithorl araded or dirt, lend to photogenic ! spots where time stands ?UII. There I still nrc glimpses of spinning wheels in use, nnd picturesque old split rail and rock fences. For n few milles out of Harrison we drove through a pastor:,! (arm Valley. Then the rugg'.'rt Ozarks betjnn to squeeze in on the road. You can get a glimpse of Marble Kails, where an underground siren m has curved out a marble grotto of interorling formations. For a close-up, Uiere is n small fee to drive through a pasture. Tho little lo.t!.«iiifc< town of Jasper was our headquarters for an exciting tour-mile side trip to Diamond Cave, wcrlhy of the $1.25 admission for a two-hour guided exploration of underground wonder*. Tv/elvo miles further on the country road, you leave your car to Mice the last miio into Lost Valley. Here, in a little - known gorge whure bluff dwellers used to live, my sons and I were treated to a land of plunging waterfalls, high cliffs nnd cnvorns. From here cam.- artifacts »nd mumm'os that we had scon nt the University of Arkansas museum. Unheralded and unsung on this new highway It. a skyline drive, of breath-taking proportions. Orily .the highest place on this engineering marvel has a name— Scenic Point. Here w'e hari our finest panoramic view in the whole 0/.ark i«ru«. To cover it all with a camera it is necessary to shoot three different pic'Uires. The effect of .'.a movie "pan" shot was,stunning bo- cause we used a tripod and green filter. SSUtM SlSfe ASSfeMBLV SoWh Fulf6n anB Pafk Rs». s. Joseph dsfte* laturday -. « 0 30 p m Bibln Club me*dls. al tho pastors residence, 50ti i^SSeh Street All mertibeis ate td r%ad the 8lh ch.tpler of Uftftlel, ' • • Suhday fiecvlces: OM.i n m Sunday School 1 1 ,1 tn MnntihB WorsHljJ, §gN mon b\ HIP Pastor. .'i p m Orcheslia ReHeahsSl G-30 p m Young People SefViee, J. Harold Taylor, Pros. 7:30 p m. Kvangcllslic SefViee Sermon by the pnstor tuestlay G:-!"! p.nV Ot-chestrn Rehearsal Wedn e sday 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Service Friday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Myrtle. Hays und Mrs. Bob Arnoll of Prescott wore guest of Mrs. Bulah Mays Thursclny night nnd attended tlje annual Christmas parade in downtown Hope, i Hot & Siizling Bardot Meals to Be Served in Local Schools School menus for week of Doc. 8 through-12: Monday — Pimple hull peas, ham hock, buttered whole kernel corn, carrot« crvbbage salad, cornbrend muffin, butter, iclngorbrcad nnd milk, 'Tuesday — Bnrbocued lunch loaf whipped potatoes, buttered pens & carrots, 'biscuit, butler, chocohitc c!'>Bbl"er mid milk'. Wednesday — Meat loaf, buttered rice, scalloped tomatoes, hot rolls, butter, fruit nnd milk. Thursday — Hot dog on buttered bun, baked mncaroni nnd cheese, green buans. cookie and milk, Friday — Soup, crackers, cheese -sandwich, peaUnft butter' honey sandwich, blackberry cobbler !>ncl milk. Two baked potatoes will fiive you all the Vitamin C you ni^cl' snys Adelui M". BCcwukes, associate pro- fes;>tir of nutrition nl.tho University of Michigan. THEATRE TONITI JQHN T>IIH|SHAND THE MIGHTY Lair Chance to See These Two Great Pictures! StgrM 7;M YIST0R IN n*T3* %•£* OP-'* SV.Sf ,t ris-'v'i- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH : William Ellis Harris, Pitted Luther Hoilamflh, organist " Malcolm Portscfteld, Chu'reh Sc h ool Superlntehdent . '* D:-15 a.m. Church Scheol with classes for all ages. 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship Special Anthem by the Choir. 'T.he 5 p.m. Vesper Service. V Minister will deliver thc.scrmohi. "Women and World Highway's 1 ' 0 p.m. Christian Youth Fellow. ship. • "tt^ Monday 12:30 The Christian Women's fellowship will hold their anrlua^Chri- stmas Fellowship Luncheon. v Mrs. Oliver Adams and Mrs, deorge Wright nrc in charge of the program. There will be a special offeruiR for the area homes, of.Uhej National Benevolent Association of tho Christian Church. f' 7 p.m. Church Executive Board Manday 4 \ 4:80 P'.M. MlssiortafJ ei^els N5, I 7 pfti. Missionary Ciffili Nd. 2 Tprrt, Missiohafi* dlfdle- Nd- S 7 pm. Mlssioftafy Cif6lS K3. t futfiday 7":S6 p.trt, Choif , Mid Week 7:30 Vice Ave, B «H<i Nerth Elm ChfistUn Science SfefVic«8 • AN held each Suhday hlOfhlng at 11 in the netf Wbbdmen of the 'Wotti fiUlldiHg. dft Cdrh*? 6< AVfe', I, ahd N&nh Dim, Sllhdif §eh66l it Si 30 CHURCH 3R ,TH£ Rev, themas E, Wight South Elm S»fe«t Sunday 9'4a SUHday School 10:50 a. W. Maftilrtg worship Soitnon by Evangelist M. C, Gat- risen of Mot Springs. 7 p. m. N. P. S, and JttWftf meeting 1 ; 7:30 Evening Worship, Message Sermon by Bror Garrison. Wednesday 7:30 p". m. Midweek 'Bible Study. Lesson by Bro. ,\Vight. * ; T.hursday, 2:30 p.m, Prayer and Pasting at the church. 7:30 'p.rii, Trailblazers Saturday 10:30 a.m. Shower of Blessings program over KJCAR. . CATHOLIC CHURCH 3rd and Walker Streets' Father Joseph Enderllne, Pastor Mass at 10:30. Sickness May Be Helped by Bacteria Killer By ; DEL.OS SMITH it -UPI Science Editor' NEW YORK OJPD-rAbacteria killer which maintains itself much long'cr in the human blood stream than any other promises to givo medical science a powerful new weapon against bacteria - caused illnesses. Its remarkable staying power Jn tho blood stream has just been proved in a Harvard Medical Schoql laboratory by Drs>. Calvin M. Kunin and Maxwell Finlaiirl, For maximum curative efCcct yoi! want to maintain a bacterid- toiler in the blood stream In thf smallest effective doge for as long ;is possible, Otherwise you knor): off to many of the good bucleri.i Iho body needs. The remaining question about Ihe new bneUiiia killer is whether It kills enojigh 'kinds of sick.no!>,>. Causing bacteria * lo make it •! more useful weapon,-than the killers now in general us<s, You can nsstimo, it -docs because U is n close relative of tjie ''broad-spectrum" antibiotics, tin.- tetrncyclinos, which are t w o- edged swords because they k|l, the good and bad bacteria with equal JUDO)., Reprpdupti've Quirk • The new, antibiotic stems from n reproductive quirk in the fungus \vhich, merely by Jiving, produces brond , spectrum bacteria killer!--,' Tl\o quirk >wns jn its hereditary gene, They changed or mutatc-ci nnci tho result wos n chemically c)}ii»t'cd fungus which makes tho nesy killer,, its chemical pome is nlmost as ]ong a? your fi'TO. For shprt, it is called dmct, , Kunin nnd Finland tested its staying, powers in Ihe b 1 o od stream in thjs way; They ciosc4 eight young men with the new kiljgr and the best of Uie old Hlllers (from the viewpoint of staying power), Th,e antibiotics i\'ere given in pill form and, the po?eg of thp ne\v an?i thg old /s the same. Blood "\YPS drawn from! the men at various aftpr thpy hart 11 ii rr~—' v i j irr}TCj f * s T5f"hese Wood Hill Jhreo yprjetjes of -,,.,,,,.- ..ns roast ! mpasurpcl by ^stityb,e pj[ jljo sstiyjty pf dmet is 8ll UlP mpve sjye byfausg the stydy PU *4 doses was cgrj'ie4 o al djelprr .J pthoj-wisp psrefully JPI> comporaWllljf pf thp '.pps wore and " top wtenUsts FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH , | John H. McClanaiian, P.attop, Henry Whitlow, Minister of music Sunday ' 4 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Hubert Thrnsh Stipt. ' y.' 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship;:, Sermon by the pastor. ,, t 2 p.m. Chancel Choir calldd>!Ite- henj-sal '> 4:45 p.m. Youth Choir followed by supper "/*' 5 p. m. Baptist Hour - KXAR 6:30 p.m. Training Union ^ Leon Davis, Director ',. 7:45 Evening Worship '._, . Sermon by the pastor. : .i? Monday -. ,; 6:30 p.m. Brotherhood , Supper Rev. Jim Conard, Chaplain Arkansas State Hospital, Behton will be fjuest speaker. 8 p.m. Deacons Meeting , ,» Tuesday .';/, 6:30 p.m.. YWA Wednesday v, ;• 6:30 p, m. G. A. Sunbeams; R. A.'s. ' :. s B;45 p.m. Monthly OiSicors-iand Teachers council. . *,., "f', ° , 7:30 p. m. Fellowship .Hour- of prayer. \ ••' 8:15 p. m. Chancel ;Choir'Re- hearsal Mr. Henry Whitlow, Director. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West Second and Pine Str«et Rev, Rufus Sorrel|s (> Minister 9:45 a.m. Church School /' 10:55 a. m, -Morning Service entury Biible Class C, V. Nunn Jr, \vill teach the Anthem. "How Beautifvil Upon -tho Mountain" Senmon "Communion Meditation." ' f 5:30 p.m, Intermediate and Senior MYF ' 5:30 p.m, Wesley Club ' 7 p.m. Evening Worship Special Music "Go Tell It On the Mountain" Chapel Choir Sermon The Star That Pointed Him OpU' Minister, . ' ! Monday 12:30 Circle 6 will have a Christmas Luncheon in tho home of Mrs, Byron Hefner and go as a group to the Union Meeting of the WSCS at the church, " .< 2:30 p'.m, All Circles of. the WSCS will have a Union Service at ! ttie church, 3:30 p.m. Executive Bonrd of th? WSCS will mept nt the close of the Union Service,' ' » 7:30 p,m, TlK! Wesleyan Service Guild No, 2 will mtot jn'the home ot Miss Wary Loviise Coppjgnd,, , SOUTH SIDE. MISSIONARY; BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Norman Grant, Pastor Lewisville: Highway 10 a.m. Sunday School Charles Sandlfer, Superintendent U a.m. Morning Worship Service Sermon by Rev. J.' E.-Power 6:30 p.m. Evening Service GOSPEL V.IGHT HOUSE Pentecostal Faith Andres and Ave. C. Lacy Rowe, Pastor . , 7:30 a.m. Radio Broadcast SMS a. m. Sunday School •> Clayborn Rowe, Supt:", • 11 a. m. Morning worship 7:35 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon by Pastor ' ' ' ' . Wednesday - ' , , 4 p.m. Corner' Club for' Children 7:30 p.m! Prayer meeting' and Bible Study. ' • . ;', Revival is now in progress with Rev, D. L..' Landers of Denver, Colorado, bringing the message. ST. MARK'S'EPISCOPAL 'Rev. A. Webiter'.Horstmin' Priest iii Charge ' 1st Sunday V Advent 4 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon. CHURCH Of CHRIST 5th and Grady Str*?t O, .H, Painter, 'Minister Sunday 10. a. m, Bible School . (or til •Be*, , , • Preaching at 10:45 .to 11;35 a.m. 11:45 a.m.fLord's Supper . 6:30 p,m. Young Peoples Class Preaching and Lord's supper at 7 to 8 p.^ni. - " Wednesday • ,\,, 7, p,m, Prayer Meeting You are welcome to all services, 7 p.m. Chapel Choir will meet qt the Qlnivch fov praciipe, 7; 30 p; m, ' Chsncel Choir will meet at the church for H°PE 381 Nprth Majn W, 6, T. Q. eranforrt, The Rsidio BiWe Class, ever Radio Statjpn KJiAI\ )9 9, m> , W. P. kan4 u the U _ ..... thp 4 p.m. Pi-piipsij-a Rehearsal sV m Christ's ?:ap p.m. SprniPn by 19 (j:la p.m- Qs'She'sira ReliearsaJ , 7:30 p.m. ' ' * FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 701 Soiith M'pitl' St, , ' pev, L. t, UaWrenct P, D. Miniitsrf - * Sunday > ' > t"« r S;30 a. m, v/cdffee v flour • for Men's BJble Class," ," ; piso a,m; Sunclay SohOQl . Classes"for alj'ages,-Mr. Crjt Stuart,'. Jr Supt-r. ' ' - • $150 a,m,, Men's BibJp Class, _ The "jessdn ."wiir W .tawght by Judge James • pjlHiptpn, *' , PJ5Q a,m, Women's'.'BiWe Class — ' lesson will pe' tftvTfht by Mrs, ,,, JMc'Kensiie," • "',,*„; , Mrs, Tom Cpmptph, • president Mrs, Arthur, wirnme)!, pianist . n< a.m. Morning Worship. , (Vntliem "The Song that the Angels spng"- Sermon "TOe Word get ^ will mept Jn 4 pan, The . . 5t«n , 1 5 p,m, Vesper Service Special MH?i? ," sermon * p,m, PYF wiJJ Prater will iead the . •» Spjjiep wUl diseusg the Fall Rally at Tesarlsana ~ Juniors will nws* &i to* .from *i«,ta_ "" the _. . MIM8RIAL 163 N5MR NF|til8ff It, Efl, A, 0, f RJtAR, * 8:06 t,J«t Jewtl BU11, parts? g;30 JJ.fft, feipiiSl ffSfflflg tffiidfl 7t3fl p, ffii EVefiifti Warship 2 p.m. Senl&f W.M.A, f>.rn, fiofa Mae Wednesday , 1 p.m. f sachets Meeting ?i45 p,fii, Midweek §efVifi« Ifid CHURCH OC CMRIIT W.lftut I4MM A. Mi flM««» Mlnltto^ iurMlay. "Lst The iibli Sf*ik" KXAft di43 ft, m, 16M5 «, m, Mernini fi,p,fri, Bible Class " ~ .ta 7 p.Iii, Ml^ Week Bible dlhs§ t- r \ —• ""' ;" llNifV lA>Tiit CHURCH PlftK i^.tiiitti H«rv»y l»«itor, ti<ii ftlli Me«f« l!2Vl!3S.«, m. Unity HourRXAB, • • •• ; .. »;4i •, 'ni. Sundiy School Supi, Brb; J*»il( McAdiin U i ^MEMORIAL CtM.e,, Rev," -C. 'S. .iteifBi,*; Pisicr 9:30, a.TO; ChtJTch_StiKool", Mrs. Annie Sell\/5?ergec ) |Stipt ' 10:4S ;' k a.m,s J 'Mor»it'ik .Worship >6.'30 ip.m.\ V^oUn^ 1 People's. M^et ; Ing, '•'Mi'S,,?Ma4tie;. Sanders, 'Counselor!, . _ ,».£ **?._ •'• '._' 7:30 ,p.m."Evening , Evangelistic Servlcfe's - '• '' • •.."',"" Monday. , ^ ', ". , .-," ^ , , • ; 8 p.m.- Official-Board -Meeting, 3 p.m. Missionary Circle-No."2 Tueiilay ',-„- > "',.'. 7:30 _ p.m. Ush'er Board,Meeting 6 p.m. JMlssipnary^Circle. No, 1 7:3tf,p'.rrY. Missionary Circle No. 3 Wednesday' , t , '. , ' e 7.'30'.p.m.^'Prayer Meeting 7:3'0, p/m. Senior-'andiYouth"Choir Rehearsal- •'••''••• ••' PrescottNews , § Meetl troop No. 2 met ofi Monday aftefftoofl al the feett Age tiluB. Mfs. Garlahd McArtaily met WlH the* ffoof) ifi the absence of the 1 lel-def, Mts, AUbr€y ArldefsoH,' JaHet Jordan, Ho'stesg, asSiStfed by- her molhefj Mrs. Wayne .Jordarii Sefvea ftftfishriJehtfe 18 BrowfiieiS StiSflR WSftl, GiHfly 8»S? ( Cttar; lolte fiaslei-ilfig, GhaHotte ArfioW, fiafothy dovlHgtdrt. ttele«'frfetiiii rjhil Gfaharh, BMtih P&V ttifie"S, Jaheltc -MdAnally, dlenda Sfflitli and kay »•<: ,,., . 7ii-p.m. ; -Fellowship- Supper, (Ist.ahd.Srtoe '.. ' Saturday.' : ''", '" "', .» 3'<R.mV Children's Clidir' Reheat-' sal,-, N v - : \'~ ,!',,•"','•"','•: ' • 1 ' L< ' MTV ZIONVC.M'Ei" CHURCH R«V. J. S.': MeFadderv Pastor 9;4S'a.m. Sunday''.School, ."•" J; T lJ.i Verge, Superintendent' H" a.m. Mofriiri^-'Worsbip 5, p,m'.,Epworth'.-League'' . Mrs'.. ; -Estella Smith'),',president '7:30 'pjm? Evening ..Worship . Monday: •.-, 1 '^.',- ' < '"'*•" " 5 p.m.- Missionary'-'Society, 5' p,mi''Yoiith-'CKoir' Rehearsal 7:30 p.m. Official .-Board Meeting Tuesday i M|{ ../''*''•' »',. >^..,."7:30; p.ml\Seniqr "Chdir> Rehear- W«dn«sday •<.',' ,. ,. 3;30 { ;p.m. -Stewardess Board Meeting -,,' ' ,'•../ 'Friday•'''/. ', ,"', .-, ,'' , 7;30 ',p',m,> ,'steward',s Board Meetinji! • ' „'.'.'-"' ' J ^ WSC6 ciKlt 1 He*t«l* Mfs, ft, AV, tiambright was horf« tesi le Clfele 1, WSdS bf thi* flfst Methbdlst CihUfch at het- hbrhe on Mehday aflfefHbdn, Mfg. f layd Wi'feh, oii-ele enhlj- mart, called the tneettHg to ordcf, The deVrttiohal on. "How Pat is t» to Bfethlehem?" wa 1 ^ glvdh by Mr^ J6e B^vll. Serlptui-fe readings U'er» fi-drrt Luke.lf46'fie! Matthfew 1 2,'1'2 nhd 26146' MtS. P. A, £§caf!e hitd dhafge of Ihe program and spbke on "Cosa ftb^af," a home, Iri McJttco. Mrs, M,/-E, Mortis spokfc on "I.tt It'afegln-.ln Me 11 and Mi-B.^Maro bright spok^ on "They Chah'ked Her Nahife to Joy," .Mrs. Bevil 'Voieed .the closing' of, pr'ayci'. ,- , .;•• The- {hostess served- a; .dessert cotlrse fahd ,boffe'c to H-'morribers and. a gllisl. ' .' ' ,'.''"' VViiileyart CUlid. Ha» / I Annual Chrlitttiat Party/ ., , '' v Thp, home, of 'Mrs, CHartlu Thomas ;'\vas thfe ^cene'^ . tot- the, annual Christmas party of the Wesleyan Service! Guild on Monday v eVcnlng' Mrs. L. 'O.,'Lee and Miss Merllvn Lee" were cohostesses, - - ' • ' 'Four. Christmas stockings hung from, the "fireplace mantel that was centered With a pepperrhint stick flanked ; by .red candles and greenery. Arrangements of white Chrysanthemums were placed at 'vantage points", 'A decorated .Christmas tre'e. completed the' living room ttecorations.,' '" . A covered dish supper was served from,' ,the-, 'dining table spread With .ai Christmas, cloth. A largo red candle formed, the centerpiece, Snowballs and colored lights 1 adorned the buffet.' • '. > • - - ' '• -The program . was in charge .of Mrs.', Frank Haltonv Jr, ",'andi. 'she \vas ^assisted' by ' Mrs, Alfred . DP- Black, Mrs, 'N.-H. Nelson', Mrs. Kenrieth ,L?dbotter and Miss Su«» Martin,', Gilts were exchanged. The Guild" will, send Christmas 'boxes to two. needy, families ; and "a, gift of money \o the' Arkurisaf Children's Hcime at Little Rock". f , pl-opbsfil tb the lO-natidn hBe - bH Way§ to pfftvcht surprise attacks was hiade by deh. Sir 1 ftdbert Mansergh ot Brit- airf. it followed a U,S. plan to black unexpected nt lacks by long' fnhgc aircraft and misilesj — The Soviet, tfniori f cmaintd .tl'r inceptive ' to* the Western als. OAV|S CHAP.EU CHURCH Rev,*.Hi;'Ar, Oivli;, Pastor 9; 45 a,. hi, ,' $unday School '. Ca'rnpbel},-' Superin- ' M.rs'pdessa. Ca'rnpbel},-' Superin- tendp'ht.; ,. , ^,;-,. , ,.', /;'i -!, - •jl.-a: ' m. ..F.itst'.and .ttjird "Sun 1 - day^^JrlgrnJng^y^o^shlp,,-, • j BI,fHEi.';A'M, : E^CHURCH^ i Rev, J,, I .Morgan, .faster • ',. 9j45;'a,-,jn, ^updajr'^Scbop^^ ) s ^. SP'.H.mnA.C.p; league ' V ; ' ' ^ '.7!39: P-^'-SteVsi-cJess B'oa'rd' and MiiiflwwRrMjfft ^ti,^ii ,', 1 .7jM p,rrj,-O.fficia) Board Meeting Mr, and- Mrs, Aubrey Anderson and Sandra Kay- attended funera} services for. Mr, 'Ande'rson's 'uncle, Mr;* Isaac' Anderson in' Hope Monday,'/ - •• •.,; '• '• \ S- — , , " I . - .. - ,. - 'i , *. V Mr, i and ivirs, Bryan ]Vomaok'of WiHtP,yille Iwore • Tviepday visitors in " 4 Mrs, JSrnmi Ue.Rt ffprl §ypt> ' " ' W. M:'S.' Meets With • M.r«. Underwood ., Twenty' two 'members . o'f. the W.- M.;s. of the First Baptist' Chiirch m'e'{ on, ^"uescla'y afternoon in _ r ' tha home,of, IV^rsT. A. t -R.* VndervyDbd 4o Observe Lottie M'cibni Week 1 of Pf aver fo'r Foreign • Missions, • Mrs,' Roy'-- Stainton offered' the opening prayer. -The "devotional' on "Hope, of Salvation" was'given by Miss Lijlie Butcher, -Mrs, ,Harrell Hin'es*h'ad charge of'the progra'rh on•>''Begotten Unto a,Lively Hopv>" and"- w'as assisted •* by Mrs, C, H, Tompkins, Mrs.-.A;- E, Evans, Mrs, Al Plylor,' Mrs, Clifford Johngon, Mrs, C, E, Wllmore'-and Mrs, Un- dehvoocl, •"-'•;' , ,, r '• • ' All joined'hands and sang ."Blest Be the'Tie-Triat Bihds.l' The meet- Ing closed with prayer by,'Mrs, Hiri- es, s >."• -. .',' \ '.;. - , ', { -,- <• ' --, .*. T-T- — r... .- r Mrs, Brozje-Hnynie; 1 Mrs',, Gordon OF 6SP, , E^tr, P, N, Of nnls, fijlg 5»ro. Proposes Permanent Cheek of Troops - tht Wasti today pfojJbSed flH intertlfctloiiBl thh* tJ-61 system, to keep pei;mahtnt check oti Ihe ground forces of all This Young Actress Scorns Jeans By BOB THOMAS P Mbvie'TV Wfttef HOLLYWOOD (Al?) — hope for the younger generation* oi filrti ; actresses, 'after all. 'Here's one who scorns blue jeans, slacks and other sloppy attire. x Recently in this space, Richnrcl Arlen fired a blast at the current female stars who dress like In pubjic.' pick would be delight with Susan' Kohner, n bright yoltnij talent Who is the picture of nonr- tiess and glamor whenever you sec her. ' How did she get that \vay? "I guess it was partly my training in school," she said. "I. was in a private school whore we had a daily inspection to see if our hails 'were clean, shoes were polished and di'csses were neat ,"For another thing, I knew a(p admired all the great glamor queens' of the movies as I ,,was growing up. Stars like Marelcne Dietrich and Joan Crawford, They .were guests in our home. And never saw them when they weren't beautifully groomed." £ ' '.You may wonder how Susan* WPS exposed to all this glamor. Her father is the topflight movie agent Paul Kohner. Her mother is Lunita Tovar, .star of,, Mexican and Hollgr wood films, " ( f( u ' ^ Svsan cameTto lunch bcautifftlly attired, though"'-' her style was 20 centuries ybldl? She is playing hor most impressive role to date, .the feminine lead, as an Arab princess in "ThevBieKEisherman." •Papa Kohner is Susan's agent. She' sn'id" that's both a help and a hindrance. ' . "It'js niac/,to..'have an agent- who is so enthusiastic," she remarked : "But. sometimes » his-' i'enthusia*gj gets ,a little too big, and I have TO iemnor itmsnmpwhat." . she said, can who have known her sincej^liei wn<5 an infnnt and can't pot 'used ttn. the foot that sl>e is n prow/irWD 21-year-old 'actresp. Susan hti 0 ,-i r i !: ' p r) throui'h sumfnrr stock and TVcplnvs to become an arpomDlishprl.j,actress. ITor. • work with Lnnn Turner in "Imitation 'of Life." Isidrawinfi raves, ' ,And she's neat, too, . ^' Hove Americon fAPl — Fnst Gprmnn Communist nolice have taken into «iistody a U, S, Arm v 'miot whoso nl,nno- mnde-a foi-ppd 1«Mlng oii ih'f> territory of the soMljfp 'nn- tjon.. nn Rtist .German official ;c^| n}r\c&r\ tnHnv ^^ <-, The- pilot -pvpsumnblv is i^t'W, "Rjchnrd Mackin of Washington, p,- C,, .who -disappeared Wednesday while flving B cQuripr p\ann 'hQ border betw'en Bast an') . , v^e - Bpst German officitil peachpd bv telephone nt Iho bor- 'der tQWTj of gonpebP''" rnif' BS far ns hp Knew' tho pilot' wa?' imin« jurpd, *" - . ' , / ' •" -" ' and M''?. A, A, spent Tuesday jn 'El poraclo, tex,_-B-irth"'were Tn visitors Mr, ars?i Msp, li, MoRse ,spen{ T«p'sday jp of Ph,a* westg nf son and Mrs, OHle leltfgyjljp, Ys» a Mr,s; eharlie Psishsy ana Mr^ pn4 » W, P, Prunspn si . , friindi ^9 y,i§it hgr at ? :^8i^Uy^Si^^i!twxl%p '&&$&; #%&, %m 4 A wffl.immMij^ •: ^> r"\i*» I if*tfc-ti I i v\/ anVf AW. AM • **« A 'Kunrt /»%• ' VnA ("r/^Mrtni/stnw MI tfjfiU/l fr*M «*i iv

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