Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1958 · Page 2
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December 9, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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T*a H6M STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS j Bsenmtoir 9, 19Sf ••-Prescott News ing n Scout Inw Cub Seoul Ben 8 Have Msetlhg Cub Scout Deri 8 inrl nn Wed- hesdny afternoon in thr hnmP of uhirh Rill Oliver served refresh^ m rnts. lien Mother Mrs. fiill fieck for the h - v l)i!Vlfl Pl > invocation was given Weekly meeting wlih Mrs W. .1 Oliver assisting. Roll call was answered with ench Glib giving a muscle builder after C'hnstinns (l;-coralions were made nnd Mr-! Reck checked the CUIbs (in their cleclKe for Lion pins. The merlihg closed with ench boy say- troop f<lo:'3 On Wednesday Sflernoon ftrrewn- ie Trnofj No 3 met in the home of the lender. Mrs Archie .Jotmsoh, fot tilt weekly meeting thnt was opened with the Brownie pledge. Mftrlla .Tune Bfnus served as flag bearer The Brownies Joan Bratlon, Pam Fore". Phoebe Johnson. Marlta Jane fletnis. Marvana Ctinrtihgham, Anna Gordon and K'athy fleaveS made Christmas cards. ...» J. Mofrcshmentfs were served during the rtfternnrfn ' f FABULOUS COAT! | The Look of Real Leather NAUGALITE Presents At the mid we'efc sotviee SI Iftfr First Baptist Churfch oh W*ednes* day evening (ho •Business' Wofheri's Circle ptesenled the program in observance of Lotii6 Moon Week, "The meeting was opened \Vilh Ihd song "Where tic Leads >Me.<" M. W. teutler led in iprtiye.! 8 , Mls^ •Mary Pole, ehaii-mah, introduced the topic on "Ready to dive Ah Answer tat Hope" ahd presented the devotional thnt Was followed with a song "Solid Rock." A ratmd table discussion was given >by Mrs". iLcroy Phillips, Mrs. BdWard Bfy» son and Mrs. Thomas Lynn, .. , A recording of "Hope fof the World" was played while a special ottering was received, 'MrS. A, 1 R, underwood voiced! (h6 closing prayer their c1iannels lo Caracas were out of order.) . the rioters wdre surpo'rtefs of ftear Adm. Wolfaanc LarrSiafrali fiBaK trf thfe junta which torik ccft- tfol of tftfe fbWro.netr aftW the f-vcdhffftt Tjf mtf.it'tr MhrcoS Fete-/. ifimfeTtez. Irt returns Venefclie- tas presidential electioti he as tHiHhf farmer President Roffiiild 8etafic°dltrl ( head of the leftists but aflti-C&WrhUnlsl Democratic Ae- Wirid and weather proof! Full length .push up sle.eVe, fully lined. Can be worn with or without belt. Colors stay bright and new. Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Sizes 8 to 14, White. Shop EARLY for GIFTS Mrs, Allfih 6ee Entertain*,„ Wednesday Srtdge Club Mrs. Allen Gee entertainfed thfi Wednesday Bridge Club at her home on Wednesday nfternoon/'Af- I'angemeiits of orchid chrysafithe- munis wore iplaced on thfe fflSntel and buffet. The dining table'^as centered with a gold and drled'ar- fangement in a gold bowl'fliffiked toy antique figurines. High score prize was Won by Mrs. Slain Hays. Napkins, 'tnJJeys and the dessert cuorse carried out the Christmas motif. ' Guests were Mrs. Frank Gilbert 'Mrs. Earl Eppler, Mrs, -Al •Will- lams. M'rs Bob Ynrbrough and Mrs. O. G. Hirst. /Members included Mrs. H. H. MckcnzicV'IMrs. Dallis Atkins, .Mrs. GLISS McCtikkill Mrs. Basil Munn, Mrs. -"Hays Mrs. Clarke White and Mrs. Saxon Regan. -,<iw*. Mrs. Glenn Hairstbn, Ruth H!air- ston. Mrs. 'Dudley Gordon, Arma nnd Ellen Gordon were Satiir'day visitors in Arkadelphia. ' ' '' '"'' Mputoh Jiafckets 39.00 Plus tax 5, ,; ^&i • v .fir* W Mr. and >M'rs. P. A. 'Escarre""and Joe motored to Little Ro'ck Saturday where they met iMiss Delorcs Escar.re who was returning from a trip to the United Nations in Now"Y6rk. ' Mr. and 'Mrs. >D, •••'&;• -Mc ! Rae Jr. were Thursday visitors* |V in Texarkana. 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Torn .Bemis spent a part of last week at 'their cottage at Grassy Lake near Pulton an'd had as their guest, Dr. Richard Bru'nazzi of Toxarka'na". Miss Nancy Gulley spent Friday at Ouachita College as the guest of Miss J.unc Hines. ,; • -Mr. and 'Mrs. J. L. Irvin left last week fo'r-San 'Anto'nio, Tex. -where they" willTresidc, , '.'.'''•£ , -.•George .Cochman .'has^ returned ty ' his "home, iin.-sBeJl^vijie, Wa,sht 'nftc*f!','being'in"gub'st'' in -the home or. -Mr.- (inaVMrs. ^De\Vey -Stripling, About. v 2,600. 'Uplyefsitya of Notre -Dqmc student's 'Tn'South Bend, Ind,, arc now participnfihg' in a yearlong study to determine' the effectiveness of n riew polyvalent cold vaccine. A GALAXY OF GAY GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS I '« r' '/Jl, $5.00 By Lqcjy v Button Pix)e Slippers ' new Erech P LADYIUXTOM , Qrg'Qcl giiprJment of' 1ti9?e/ eyery - \vghts sj Velvet, 'se^JC , Hand mode in Virgin J?Igncis m ', > $5.00 Makes hietory by.making.Bense! Check the new official price labels ' Edsel's new, low prices |. V , Y ' ' , ;- ' K-I W, L 4 ( Group Invites Explanation From Judge WASHINGTON (AJ 5 ! <=- Senate rarkets pfobers today publicly in« vitc'l an explanation f/ofti^ \j t § t £)K( Judge James C. Son'fieU "of tl( velahd on & recent fullHI fa» vniable to Ohio toamftctS UHioh leaders who were faded with a \olt by a l-ank-aMd-file gfotip, They suggested the judge might like to testify nlso about his' al« io«ed afceeptance f a $100 stlvef champagne bucket irt 1S55 /HH1 lho<?o same leadfers. The rofefchdos to the jtliSfe hiKhlightcd a bl'ief comWlUfeS hearing which touched lightly ,o« the questibn of whether FoUftlM' town, Ohio, Teamsters Local §7? operates a shakedown of jukd b' and vending machine op6ratfir$i Arthur G. Kaplan, a StaW I vpqtigatoi-, testified he has'fo'Jfitl evidence that the local does. He <;aid the union collects "mbttfej? from favored operators and 6ft.> eapes in just plain racketeering with violence employed Wheh nt"' "iiment (nils to Induce C6rnpliat)«6 with orders of a unlon-employlfr combine. In Cleveland, Judge Connfell vigorously denied hfe received-a ytft from the Ohio- Teamste-i's, '•'• "I never received anything ft'oiti them. The only thing 1 would ae« cept is black cigars 'and I 'don't smoke," he Said. The judge declined comrribnt'on the invitation to testify. He i s x* plained his decision was a lognj matter nnd Was decided strictly on the law. The references 3rd graf ;.,., The story of the $100 champagne bucket bobbed Into the hearings amid blasts from Sen John>L.',Me- Clellan OD-Ark), .the committee chairman, and Sen. Barry Gold' water (R-Ariz) against n recent ruling by Connell barring ..from union election ballots a slalc -of candidates trying lo unsoat ; Blumetti and other incumbent officials backed by Ohio Teamsters leader William Press and Teamsters President James R. Hoffa. ,t After the session, ' reporters asked McClellan whether the committee plans any communication' with the judge. "This >s all there will be unless he requests to testify," McClellan replied. Then, after a moment's hesitation, he added: "So" far 1 a'"* I know now.'" lion party. Latest returns gave Bclaflcourt i.W.S&fl Votes to' 923,540 fot lAf* fflSflbal. ftsfael daldnra of tKd Christiah Socialist party ha'd 315^ t*fifra?.abal had pccunted CfJ'nV rtiunisl backing in the cam^elgfi and cafried the */ote in Cai'S64£ ovlfwhelmingty, but Betancourt , piled up what looked like ah insUf^ i mountable lead outside the capi- Ital. Word that Belaneourf afpear«d the winner brought Larrazabnle ftfeppljrttfs•"—* manS? oT-thefti yo\iths —p'oiii-ing ihlo the streets whern s&Veh months ago demonstrators fifgne'd up U. S~. Vice President Kichavd M. Nisoh. Sm'all' ^foxlps clashed with police and tried to march on" th« headquarters of the Electoral Council, where the oKiciai Volts •count was ih progress. £* 2NDANDMAINSTS. 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