Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 11, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 11, 1958
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IfAft Calendar Thursday, 11 ttope Council of tiarden dlubs will present first Holiday Moities Pilgrimage, theme, "ThrougH the Agos," tied. 11 from 2 to 8 p.m. Spring Mill PTA will meet ThtirS' day, free. il at liSO p.m iri'-the l9§\-\ School Auditorium. Panel diS' ciissibtl and character training will be held. The Baker Ht>C will meet In the home of Mrs. Lawrence CHRISTMAS SPECIALS You can't afford to miss. Come by and make youc ap> g. polntment early. JANELL'S BEAUTY SHOP West Ave. B and Margaret St, eriing • Thursday, Bed, 11 at ?:3d p.m. Every member is urged to attend and bring a ChMslHins gift for exchange. Therfe will a general of the entire east of the Christmas jPageant at the Methodist Church Thursday niglit at 7 o'clock. dtir< lain angels, little angels, shop' herds and .gift "bearers will be practicing with lights and are urged to be present. Friday, OeeSwbef- 12 Wcsleyan Service Guild No. 1 will haVe It's annual Christmas dinner at the Diamond Cafe, Friday, Dec, 12 at 7 o'clock. All members are reminded to bring love offering for Norene Robken. The Leslie Huddleston Post No. •12 of American Legion and Auxiliary will hold their annual joint meeting Friday, Dec. 12 at 7 p,m. in the old fctk rfall. Special music and 6 guest speaker has been plan- tied. The ladies are asked to bring salads aiid desserts for the luncheon. The Order of feastetti Slat- Mope Chapter No. 328 will hold open lii- stallatih of officers Friday, Dec. 12 at 7:30 p.fh, The puibllc is Invited. Gardenia Garden Club Christmas luncheon will be Friday, Dec. 12 at 12:30 in the home of Mvs. Cuts ttaynes, Each member Is i-emirtd' ed to bring a gift of SI.00 Value for exchange. Mfrri'bers iptease call ?494o or 7'2632 if you cannot attend. Ciilb Scout Pack D4 will have a Christmas Parly Friday night, Dee. 12 at the Green Laseter Club Mouse. 25c gifts will be exchanged. For transportation meet at Oglesby School at 6:30. Kinnrd Young, Mr. and Mfs. tin>ter Russell and Mr. snd Mrs. J. B. MaHin. tnld by Mrs. tilll AttTovp. The rrtMn- bers each 'brought food tci be' dis- ir fruited lo the needy, fiticll club member also made a Christmas The Guernsey PfA will meet TO i c ? m * c and fn J.«"K*n«.t»'e«. Mrs. served a snlad ,platp and cftffec for, refreshments. Nufses Bsiay ^ftlrscs met t3cc. Thursday, a! 7:30 in the high school auditorium. An" Inleresllhg pro- grahl on Character Stilldlftg Will be presented by panel dlseus 'Everyone is urged to attend. treshmenlg will bd Served nftet- the meeting. The First Christian Chiii-ch wilt hold rt Sake Sale 3rtttirdny, Oe6; 13 storting at SsSO'aJti, It will be held in the Vacant building where fiyer's Drue Stoi-e was loealed. ' Monday» becembep 16 Saturday, December 13 The Mope Country Club Christmas Daiice Will be held Saturday, Dec. 13 at 0 p.m. Hostesses are iiM'r. nnd "Mrs. Sam Andrews, Mr. and Mi's, Leonard, Ellis, Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Delaiicy, Mr, and Mrs, FOR "HER" CHRISTMAS MAYTAG AUTOMATIC -it * > AS LOWEST PRICE OF ANY LEADING BRAND 2 WATER RINSES LINT FILTER AGITATOR SUPERIOR AGJTATOR WASH TURECONTROL TERMS FOR EVERYONE WSCS Circle too. h of Die First Methodist Church will meet Mon>day. Dec. lo at 7:30 p.m. Ifl the home of Mrs. Kenneth Witt, Mrs. Sam Muckafoee, Mrs, t3enn Parsons and Mrs. .tames Burke tire co- hostesses, Each member is urged to attend and bring tjielr lOc gift for exchange and their Chrlstnitis offering. Tuesday, Detehiber 16 The Builders Bible Class of the (First Bnpllst Church will hnvo n Christmas party nt the home of Mrs. W. M. Schooley, Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 7:90 p.m. Co-hostesses are Mrs. iL. E. Bootho, Mrs. Ray Allen and Mrs. It. R. Oleghorn. Notice The Friday Music Club luncheon that was scheduled for Doc. 13 has been canceled: ' ' ' Children of Paisley Sohbol Present PTA Program The children of P.lislny school, presented the PTA program Wednesday, Dec. 10. Every child in the schpol participated in the pngo;int called, '.'The First Noel". A vested course made up of 4th 5th and Olh grade pupils chrricd'ihc story in song. 'Pupils making the 'Holy Scene were Fred Ellis, Slanie Paria, Jacl< Watklns, 'Ronald Ingram, Charles (Beard, Gary Don Jones, Larry IGone Boatman, Larry Roseitbaurti, Gene Biddle, Linda Gaines, Grncly (Burton, Linda. Pharris, 'Maliiql'm. Hinton, Jerry Barnett, Sharon iFarris was the announcer. Betty Sue Whitlen, Carolyn McKee, Carolyn Cox, Joe Chlsm and Wallace Byers made toackground scenery. Miss Patricia . Barwick was the director and Mrs. "W. E. I Wiitc was accompanist 213 s, MAJN ST.; HOP^ARK, WE N'S SUPPLY PHONf 7-27.3] Duplicate Bridge Club Meets at Diamond Cafe There were four tables of players for Master Point ,\'isht when Ihe Duplicate Bridge Club met at the 'Diamond Cafe on Dec. 8. The following couples were winners for' the evening: " •Mrs, Marie Henclrix and Mrs. J.' 'M. "Duffie, 1st place; Dr. (jeor/fi. Wfigrtt-and R7 L."Broqc:i; afid'phiftc Mrs, R. L. Broach ancl Luthor Kol- Inmon, 3rd iphice; Mike Kelly and Dr, Bill McCallon of C'arndcn, Mth place. Miss Mary Lewis To Tour London England ' ' On Dec, 10, Miss Mary Lewis left her schpol in St, Andrews, 111 Scotland, to join a group of girU in London, (England lor a three (weeks tour ol' continental Kurope. Miss Lewis is the daughter of Mr." and Mrs, Paul A. Lewis. She like the other girls on the tour, is participating in the third year aproad progrprp 'of 'Nwcomb College in New Orleans, La, • Among the interesting' places to be visited during the Christmas holidays ore Sqn Sebastian, Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona, Nice, Rome, Capri, Naples, Florence and Venice. ' Iris Garden> C|g)5 Enjoys Christmas Lyncfjeon The Iris Garden Club had a Christmas' luncheon pn Dec. 9 at the 'Diamond Cafe, with MVs, Billy Pan Jones and J\I}'S, .A^Bfle Beric- fiold as cg-h9Stessos, Seaspnal decorations' graced the ta'bles, The only buiness discussecl i,yas in ret esvd to the Holiday Pilgrimago on Pec. 11, J A pretty Christmas story was ;^?», place went to Mrs. Moore. Mrs. ifl nt ilttnie Cily Hflll eotiMtoom. r itones placed 2nd, nhd Airs, l^nhray ' A scheduled fenalos W ns 3rd, Lyle Brldflg Club Lovoly rod oat-nntloils decorated Mrs. 'Lylc Bnnvns 'howa on Tues* dny Doc. 0 \vhen she cntprtninotl her .bi'ldgc club. Dut-ing the afternoon, high score .. __ , was dolnycd until the Jmiufify trtoettng oT the grnitlJ. . 'Airs. Boiinio Wnrreh, fllthougli on | duty, sent „ t-Bffeshtns^ts lo the tirnycf- \VBS 'given "by 'Mrs. I5nimn llnrts- field, "the 'Necessity of Spirltuht- Wns discussed by fly »f the group. Persona! Mention ,. -.,' -, v ^rlert^ls e? l»be Still will to ten Hi Ihnl he Is In a visiting tht- 6t<A : ana wirs. IAUOTI B iqrry, ^pi _ Jneksftfi, TcJt/nhd Mf. lira ho.ipilnt lotlmvtng nn oye Injury jijtrs. ttohnny G&bson 6f Si. Paul on Monday. Coming ond Going Air. nnd Mrs, L. P. ftllcy hnvo' ns Ihoir guost for the hollclny sen* \ son. his sislim Mrs. Plehee Dnvis' trf Davis City, UW'H. ' i Minn. hove returned to their ' [ nftero AltmUfig Iher fittictflVbf Jonft Continued on Page Fait? Mrs. Devvcy fratt-lp Hbstess To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Ocwcy Camp was hostess to her Tuesdny ^Bridge Club on 'Dec. 0. One guest, 'Mrs. K. E. Anv brose and the club members completed two tables of players. Prizes Were \vpti by iM'rs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. John Brill. prize WHS won by 'Mrs. temtiiett Bfoakwead Thompson nnd Mrs. Kelly firyant \VHS second high, Tasty snacks were served to two tables of players nnd m'ie ien guesl, Mi's. Hefner. Meets Holly decorated the home whore the room count, Brook\vood iPfA hnd their De* CMHtoor meollttg Wednesday, In their Sdhool hlidltorlum, Tho meeting wfls opened with sltxging of Clirtslmas carols led by Mrs. £> H. Brown. After a short business session, TVlrs. illtn Jmnes Introcliiced'Dr, John McGinn- nhftii, u-lto gnVe ti very Interesting and informative tiilk, Tho film of the May Dny KeslU vnl of \\\c Brookwood children was then shown by (Mrs, Brown. Mrs. tJcone nnd (Mrs. Baber won Mrs, George Bnmdon nnd children, BelSy & 'l^ord of LenksVllle, N, d. flfrlVed Tuesday lo spent the ChMslttiaS hollclnys with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Kline Snyder. Atrs. Lerh Johnson of Clnrksvllld Texas nnd uMrs, A?, 11, Munn of Preseotl were recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. P. iMunn. iMIss Lnurelln Owens, editor of "TliD Window of YWiA," In Birm- Inithnm, Aln- Is VisilllHJ her slstur, Mrs. John Medium nan, .Dr. fti'e- Clnnnhan and children, 'Bob Kvaiia nlso of .Birmingham, him returned 1 to his homo after several clavs PRE-CHRISTMAS PERMANENT* DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JIAN . IDITH * DIANI Pho. 7-3118 204S. XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that are Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE" Shop The Fashion Shoppe 112 S. Main 7-5850 ' g^L'S* FOR GIRLS AND BOYS John P. Cox Drug Co. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PHONE 7-4616 HOPE, ARK. WINGEE PLASTIC, ROLLER SKATES Tuatherweiglit, noil- 4... breakable, ruitproof. Iff Ages 3 to 6>ears..... • "CHRISTMAS FILLED Chock full to ilie I top with delicious goodies . • • I' 1 " 1 lots of t»ys nnJ giimes to play& 98' Game Hie the b and sec them ] target, dart gun »"4,< suction f 1 -- 1 I 11 .35 Value I Guaranteed C|igii;c of 127,120' IGIFT FLASHBULBS 335 ; t. 5* BOXED STATIONERY Foshiontiblc 1 iitsoriiiicnt..". ,| lisM PLUSH >MIMM-S Guy liulc'arifmal playmate* jlw will provoke smiles of delight on Xpiw'roorn. Ages 1 to 4 yr«. rtf-* * -JEWELITE BRUSH SET for Her Grooming Pleasure Prolon brittle*. 450 'cift huxcii :.H . MISS THN WRIST WATCH Diamond j>ha]>cd dial, Tapered ' l>nml of.liiKiiri- , oils sueile,,' A' Swiis import, A fashionl first f Faberge Woodhge' Cologne , , , ,,$1,50 Other Sizes', , , , , 2.60 - 3,50 Revlon Futurama 'Lip' Stlgk-Cases from , , . 11.75 to-fit,35' ; ' *' ; EVEREADY FLASHUTE 2 Cell - . ELECTFiC MOTOR BOAT with C two L •, motors to make it run*/ Numbered Oil Point Set, 12 colors, 2 mounted 8x10 pictures .. , SET OF 8 TREE UTES/mdlvidually - - wired, if one>goe§ out - trie n?st burn < 50 9^0^ CARDS _ ^ ; _ * COUNTR1 GENTLEMAN Popular t _ 1 ilecorntions,,,!. STATIONERY Vollum finished 'Made for BABY BRUSH SET In ruby -A50 crystal or^ Baby's Ow^l.CRIB BLANKET In inch ..... _ _ Q29 U " "Kl 1,39 1.19 2,ti 'Mastcrcraft Heot Pqti Three'posl|jye,; heats. .Remow ' able cover' , 4-98 mm KING JAMES VERSION] HOllf BIBLE 'f. HilcfieTCIxk y Faberge Cologne Quartette Four 1 , famous cologne^'jn\aift box.' '•!" " r " H^lenq Rybin§t§in Heavensent Pusting Powder gnd CQlogne in begufiful acetate piff bpx 3JQ'^ Dorothy Orgy Figuring Cologne ],25 -\ Elizabeth Arden §ly§ 'Qrqss - ^ Puff Puff Pusting |?.qwder % - l.QO'^ Mpire CQS§ ..,.,,*, "- ' 3,7S\ ? S Faberg§ §prqy Qolggng in VYc hue, Flambeau,, or Aphr§di§ia 't : ' 'Fi***" * , J i lens, wjjc pJat(j/m,; n^ £ , i f ,-- r , F V1 J. 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