Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 10, 1958
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Twa HO §TA«, ARKANSAS 18, 19SS Prescetf News Prtscotl JK-Sh. PfA Tho Pipscolf Jtmioi-s-ihc • f'T.A met Thursday nflernonn. Orr A Die prosident, Mrs. 1 s . A E^carrp presidin/j. The devotional Was Kivo.i by Sirs. Fiank Anderson. M,-~. Kscn»- Ve commented on the stntj piesi drnls 'message. The ni'iiulps of Hhc previous meeting were rend toy tile secretary, Mrs, Allen E.-p- klne itr. The treasurer's u-nntt \vn<; CORNER 2nd & Main Sts. Open Every Day ( C*pt Sunday TIL XMAS SEE OUR TOYS Plenty of 99c Handbags 2.99 Sissy Blouses f t ' Girls Sizei 7 to 14 Sissy Blouse 2.49 Civrn 'iv Mrs. Vernon F'niehrin;'!!, \vlvi nl«o aavf the bud ;r\ report, thfit \v;\<i :-ipprn\-ed by the jL'nui)) i^is FcU\ n rl Rrysoh. co-chair- ,<inan <pf llu- Pnrpnl Kduc.'it.oii COITI- mittrc announced lhat fhf nn\t 1 slutly r-oiirsc u-oiild 'be hel'l Thursday. Her II nt 2:30 in the Home Economics Collage 1 . On ri'rotnmpnriafion of fl' 1 eXc- iclilivr bonirl, (be group voled to nmit (he Jnntmry mc'Pfi'is! s.(1i!e school will not be in session nt the time of Die meeting. Mrs. Bry-'ih | announced thnt the Home I5c girls I wore holding open house on Dec. 08 from 2 to 3 p.m. Tilnuin Wilson, director of the •Mfirrh "f Dime's campaign for Nr- vnda Ciiiintv. nnnounced the drive would br held in January. He also said thai school would hc> di.-imi = s- eel from Dec. ID to Jan. I for the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Kscnrre urged all members to read iincl observe the rules to avoid holiday ha/zords. These rules were distributed :by (Mrs. Glnnn Mairston Tlie freshman class was winner in the room count. Mrs. L. O. Lee introduced llic speaker. Rev. .1. H. Robertson who save an inspiring tnlk. A ten honoring Uie high school teachers was held in the cafeteria immediately following the meeting, Hospitality chairman. Mrs. J5.iwson flt'iiry was in charge of the ten. thco j§igin and Mrs. 3. f. Me ft a c wore assisting hostesses. Tho president, Mrs. li. C. Oatlj/j called the mcetinK to ordfcr. fhfe saldtc la the U.S., Temperance and CliHstian flags was given ahd DIP lord's Prnyer prayed in unf* son A brief buslnt-^i session was held. Mrs. t). S. Jordnh, chairman df , Education of Church Schools, spoke i on the duties at her office and gave I the devotional reading scrlbtures Luke 2.8'H on the birth of Christ. Mrs. Fred White reviewed this fourth chapter of the study book on "He-moving the Mark." MM. S. O. Logah gave a report of the WCTU Slate Convention held r'e* ccntly in' ..Li I ftp flock. The meet' ing closed with the Aarohic fiene- diction. A despeii course was served toy the hostesses. Mrs. A. L. Turner WCTU Hostess Ai'ranflemeiits'of roses and yellow potted chrysanthemums decorated the home of Mrs. A. L. Turner on Thursday afternoon when she was hostess to the WCTU. Mrs. Lions Club Holds Regular Meet' Fifteen members iind 3 guosts, Claude Cox, Dr. iE. .B. Jones nn4 Gerald Taylor were present at the weekly meeting of the Lions Club, on Thursday noon at the Broadway Hotel. Scldon Blackburn ipreslded in the absence of the president, A. B. Evans and introduced the guest speaker, Dr. N. R. Nelson, who showed a film on hunting and the recognition of colors. He said eight of ev'ei'y hundred is color blind nnd thfil yellow is the easiest color to I detect an dsHould be used ty all hunters us a precaution agaitist j nccidcnts. .' •' '" Orlffofd, Mrs. d. ,fc. more, Mrs. Harrcll Hines and Mfs. frtainion presefited the program eh- titled "Rejoicing In Hope." Mrs. Wines voiced the closing The executive board of the .tuft- >ot- j Senior PTA met Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the teachers lounge nt the high school with Ji members present. Mrs, P. A. Escare, president, presided at the .business session". Mrs. L. O. Lee. opened the meeting with prayer. The secretary read the minutes of the last bodfd meet* ing. It was recomhiendedrthal the January meeting be omitted due to Ihc Christmas holidays. ; Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Hill aftd son, Tommle and M'rs, Annie Mill of Hot Springs were the guests Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. Harold ln» gram, Weekend guests in the home of Mr, nnd Mrs. C. G. Gordon were Clarence Gordon lit and daughter Debbie of Fayetteville, Jack Gordon, HSrC student and Mf. and Mrs. Emelt Parhnm, Ricky, Pntn and Gordon of Cntnden. Mrs, Edward Bryson and daughter, Mary fieth, were Saturday visitors in Little Rock, WMS Meets With. Mrs, Butler/ On Thursday afternoon 18 mep> burs of tlie WMS of the First Baj* list Church met in the home i.of M'rs. II. W, Butler to observe ttte Lottie 'Moon Season of Prayer fdr Foreign 'Missions. v Mrs. Roy Stainton voiced the opening prayer. Mrs. A. JS. Bva,H's assisted by Mrs. Al Plyler, Mrs;. ^^^C'^^k- : S^^C^^%^«-6^«^ 0ft « W GIFTS WITH Y] /-CARE-FREE APPEAL... ^^\\ K yv. '\ A, ARROW WASH and WEAR SHIRTS wondm in white and: fancies too—bemuse shopping |pg§ feisr when ||s ttjg perjfe? t sur§»to-pl$gs$ gift, Ar^y • l< Tim§"|av^rs, )? With our wide selertipnbf w^hftnd-i •ihiris in 100% cotton, 1 you can pifk and'fhoose for tijg mm wha jilts'.w% kit 3 Uie man whq ies\u? toward funpig^,, t , -* frefa't AiTOiyf >i i-, *v7*v- ^ B<V ^^,, t ^/j'&t^, r ^Y;& hi Mr, and 'Mrs. Guss McCasklll spent tlie weekend in Little Rock as the guosts of their daughter, 'Mrs. Bob Robertson nnd family, Mr. and .'Mrs. A. 'E. Pearson have Auto Insurance Is Going Higher LITTLE ROCK (Al>) *- Auto liability and physical daifia.sj'j in» sin nine rales go Up in Arkansas lonvinow. Stale Insurance Corn* ttii«i sinner rlarvey dohnbs Said j/es- He sai disability insurance pre-* itliiims on ifiost policies Will in- Crcase about 20 per colil ahr) ^hys* ical damage charges about lO'.a pei cent. The increases had been sotigh{{ siiue Dec. 12, 195 if, by the National feineuu of Casualty t/nclerwHlefr and tbe Notional Automobile "Uridei writers Assn. on ground thdt ati'o repair bills, medical costs and the size of damage claim's hncf risr-n. Insurance sources revealed the pending rate increase. Combs confirmed it, but said that law prsvented him from, dis 1 cussing increases before they be* come effective. In another action (he nominis sinner said he Would sign a forma) order today approving a standard hcir.pitalizaliott insurance form returned from a Visit in Houston, Texas. Miss June Hlnes, student at Oua- :chita College s,pent the Weekend "with her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mines. , —... was* sought by the Arkansas] Medical Society. ) 1fte Sereiely contended tKa"l the various claim forms issued tjjr In- SUfaHte' comp&nicS v/ete confusing td Haclors shd patients. i Knew Value of j Color fo Art MIAMI, F-ls, (AP) — Homer § Saint'daudehs, who died Monday, was a man who knew thf* vfclue o fcolor. To Ihe art world, he was tiH authority; the military respected him for His pioneering ork on camouflage, Selht-daudehs, 78, vvaS stricken by an appat-eht heart attack. Jiis father was Augustus Saint* Galidehs, otte of America's foffe- most sculptors. >ORAWIHWH6SIHUS§AN0 . .,„, ,« L0VK AND UNDtASTANOS Hffi! ' | If y6ttf *!?8 R3s S *6!8ht pr66!gffi> itis BflB XmJS Bi.ft that ~<M\\ « ffiakS hSr RapgiSsV II "I IS^glyV- fit* -flSUrSi This ehmimSSf J ,_ !R6usi«ds of Husbands win ae!uaiiy J give- wuf *ive§ a beautiful ftevtf R ,fi§itff »itH ths famsus Stiuffgc K Horns"RedueiBg giaa. t , _, o f he hsart of ihs Stauffef Hews Plan f| K K .R . ._ abeui IHis m6st wanted mas gift, eefiiaeti. t , MfU, DORTHIA CAMP 'R6UIS 4, «- _ Hage, APk, Phang OH, MY ACHING BACK Now I YolltartKetthe fnsti-pltdl'VbUiiced from hftKfc'thjt bnchnch«, henrtrtche ahd miisi'iilni-nches atid pnlfis tnHtbfleii Wnisii ri'stless niKlits and Itilsoiiitile tired-out fecliWKSi When these ttiscomfoi'ts f.oitte oil With uvwixefUoii Of stl'tss Jinil sti'rtiH —you wnnl relief—witht It fnstl Atiolliei' dlaUifbntioctliny be Wild lilndderilTlUlllofi fnUowlhKVrl-ohttloailithil di-lttk^ofteH .»et- tliiff til) n fp.tlless uncnmroi-thble /culitiii, Donn's 3'ills woi-k fllst In .1 ttcfilii'hti! ivnj-9.' 1, by speedy iwifi-i'elievlne:fiction id ousi! toiment of iiHjncliipr biicltnclic, licmU lii'hpn. hiusotiuu' iK'lies ttnd imlns, 2, by inothlfiK ed'ect oft lilnrlrtri* tuUtctinn. 8. by tnllci (lltiiutip nctlon leiulliu' ti lncieii«e output of the lii mllei of kidney lllbui, Kiijpy tt «fooi) nlKlit'i «let'p iind the «nnip Imppy relief millions have for over l!0 yeni'a,'Nesv, Ini'iie fize stives money. Clot, l)oan's Pills toduy t HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA ' BuiM — Buy «*• Repair — Remodel — Refinance OUPS Is a leesl Instltutfah, ew«ed and'operated by leoal pedple,'ahd we're! here ta help ,VOU with yeuc lean problems, We have many facilities and we Invite you to Use them. FRED O, ELLIS Secretary * • • • • • t 209 S. Main St. I Phone 7-4661 (Ipft) ,,«,.I2"3,00, 2 for §IO,QQ ,,.,,410,00 ,,,,,179,95 ?, installation„*>!(,'ALQ wild up to §Q fa( QJ fopper CHRISTMAS SIFT Op ^U,, .This 'CTnpany "presents a terand n§vy idj^a in ^Ifts i ©asJitf, by >^r .early in l9S8i : and gaming wid§ 'R©pularity dally t l ysur family,* far friends ©r fru w mmmysfffi:- .-s

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