Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 11, 1958 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 11, 1958
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Pa§e HOI 1 ! STAR, HO PI, ARKANSAS Thursday, December 11,19S8 ' - SERVING YOU SINCM896 WE DELIVER PHONE 7-4431 POUND SACK RID c FRESH POUND BAG SKINLESS SMALL FAT ib DRY SALT SWIFT PREMIUM NEW LOW PRICE SMOKED RiB BRISKET and RIB Si 100% PURE PORK HOMEMADE POUND BAG es c CHOCOLATE COVERED BOX ZIMBALIST ZOOMS—Zooming to ever more popularity on the basis of his light comedy talents, Efram Zimbalisl Jr., son of the famed concert violinist, is ciu-renUy winning fans in his TV "Maverick" rote of the lovable rascal Dandy Jim Buckley.. But the veteran of the Broadway stage and seven movies says he prefers those media to TV. Here he's shown, right, with James Garner as Bret Maverick. Prescott News Pine Garden Club Meets In Robertson Home The home of Mrs. J. 'II. Robertson was beautifully decorated in the- Christmas motif Thursday afternoon for the meeting of the Southern Pine Garden Club. (Mrs. B. A, Dc'Lamar was assisting hostess. The mantel held a miniature gold sleigh filled with red carnations and flanked 'by gold reindeer. On a desk a gold sunburst formed >the background for floating candles in compotes. A Christmas wreath was hung on the entrance door. Mrs. N. 'R. Nelson, president, presided. The meeting was opened with the club collect repeated in unison. A brief business session u'as held. The program chairman, Mrs. Jim Morris, introduced Mrs. J'. R. Shipp who yave a demonstration on decorating and making arrangements for Christmas. The members exchanged gifts. The hostesses served a dessert course to 13 members and guests, Wrs, Wayne Jordan and Mrs. Shipp. WMS Meets With Mrs. Plyler The concluding study'.for the Lot' lie Moon AVoek oi Prayer of the AVMS ot the First Baptist Church was held on 'Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Al Flyler with 19 members present. Mrs. A. R. Underwood vocicd the opening prayer. The program on "Christ Our Hope in Glory," was in charge of Mrs, A. !E. Evans assisted by Mrs, (b, L. (Evan, Mrs, Claud Cox, (Mrs. Wilburn Willis, (Mrs. Roy Stainton, Miss Lillio Butcher, Mrs. Ilarrell Jlines and Mrs. Underwood. Mrs. Stainton offered the closing prayer. Control of Radio Station Changed WASHINGTON (AP)—The Communications Commission yeste day granted an application for transfer of control of radio station KWCB at Scarcy, Ark., to C. R. Home. The application called for Home, of radio station KXRJ in Russall ville. Ark., to pay $72,000 covering an US per cent interest. with red carnations. A white net Christmas tree trimmed in gold and Hanked by gold reindeer svas placed at the other end of 'the table. Over ISO guests called during the appointed hours. Owen's Gift Guide -jjte f-4 If Mrs. McBrayer Complimented Mrs. Jimmy McBrayer was complimented with a pink and blue shower given by (Mrs. D, S, Jordan at her homo on Friday. -Lovely arrangements, of roses decorated the rooms, A corsage of ,plnk carnations tied with a blue ribbon marked the honorces chair. Several games were directed by Mrs, ; N. R. Nelson'with prizes toeing won by Mrs. Wilburn Willis, Mrs. Gene Avery and Miss. Mary 'Poole. Mrs, -McBraycr was presented her gifts in a ibatoy carriage, A* dessert course was served to the 15 guests present. Mrs, Gee Entertains Bolivia Club Mombers of the 1950 Bolivia Club were cntc'i'lainod on Friday afternoon by Mrs, Imon Gee at her home. An arrangement of orchid imums was 'placed on the coffee table, The dining table was centered with a bowl of nandinas. High score honors, wore won 'by .Mrs, A. W, Hudson, ', Other members included 'Mrs, J. B. Westerly, Mrs, "J, V.- Fore, (Mrs. W- 'P. Cumiru'ngs, Mrs, Horn' c-r Ward, Mrs, Jim Yancpy, Mrs. C, G, Gordon and 'Mrs, IE, M. Sharp, , , " ' >A salad and dessert p]ale served. Open House Held By J. F5. §hipp Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shipp, own. ers of Preseotv Florist, entertained 'with open house Sunday flfter- noon, displaying their beautiful and various Christmas dpcor;Ulons, The entrance was marked with .pine intermingled with iPld JbpHs with pine cone clappers. A. gqla wreath was placed on the- dooy, Door prizes were won P.v 'Miss Kloiso Hudson, (Mrs. W- P. Den,man Jr, and M.'rs. Phona Jones. The refreshment 'ttthlg <W£S covered with a white net ruffed cloth. Gold sleighs i\vpj'e JiUed will; mints and eook,je-s. On on? end was placed a ,£o]A "sleigh filled. Mr, and Mrs. Stovall Honored On Friday night members of the First Christian Church met 'at the church Tor a 'Family Night Chill Supper. The invocation was given by C. O.- -Wahlquist, Following the supper, MY, and Mrs. William Stovall who wore 'married recently, were showered -with lovely gifts, Bert Wing'fiolcl led group singing during the eve- nlng. Presbyterian-Youths Attend Texarkana Rally- Members of the Senior Youth 'J'lollowship ol the First Presbyter- inn Church attended a youth rally -at the First Presbyerian Church of Toxarkana Friday and Saturday. Attending were Mickey OcYore, (Presbytery reporter, Joan JOcVore Jean Buchanan, Sally Jo Watkjns, Ken"net)i AViimore. and VU Daniol Jr. r.Tliqy wore accompanied by (Mr. and (Mrs. J, R. Bemis and \Bc.v. J, 'H, Robertson, Mrs, Bemis led the workshop on program plan-. Ft 1*1 1. J LJ A. k^ '^J W ^ Mm « -v ^ Mrs. 'Elizabeth Wilson, prpsidcnt JWt"W Attended the regular ciinvpntion meeting o( the executive, bosirci of Arkansas jjah-j dressers and Cosmetologists 4ssn, at the ^afayctto itfotej in Littlp flock., gu.nd.ay, 'Mrs, R, Cooko'of Jcja'bpl, OkJa. was the 'weekend guest 04' M.rs t A. Lavender and Mrs, Vivian •Mrs, Spqtt a Mrs, S, !Mt'§. 'R, ^ BlBkely sip in WtUe o£ was the weekend gupsj of her par- eijts, -Mi'," Sind. 'iftjrs. japH Stivers sons of §h , witl\ lj\?vs. B, C, 'Stivers and; jo s h r anpy eiid |ye|t pi tlie we Mrs. James' BIG FINAL CHRISTMAS BARGAIN SALE OPENS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, S-T-R.E-T-C-H YOUR CHRISTMAS DOLLARS AT THE BIG CHRISTMAS STORE ! ! LADIES MOUTON (OATS Reg, 65.00 Value Plus Tax $46 DAN RIVER COLORED SHEETS 5 Beautiful Pastel Colors 2 ft* EACH or .59 2 ,., $5 LADtfS SHORT (OATS Reg. 16.95 Value 9.66 to 15.00 BIG CANNON TOWELS Reg. 49c Value 3 lor 1.00 JUST ARRIVED DRESSES Hew Christmas Dresses in Junior, Regular and Half Sizes. Special Price —• Reg. 19.95 Value LADIES GLOVES 79ci<>1.S9 99c to 4.95 LADIES - MISSES PANTIES Plain - Trimmed 59c io 1.59 Give Dainty Gifts! LADIES SLIPS and GOWNS 1.98 io 5.95 Make Nice Gifts CAN CAN 50 Yd. Gold Trimmed Cannon Nylon "" 60 Gauge 15 Denier SEAMLESS NYLONS By Cannon For Her Christmas. Favorite Styles in Dreamy Colors in A WIDE PRICE RANGE! LADIES PATRICIA NYLONS First Quality Reg, 98c Value 2 MEN and V/OMEN IMPORTED SWISS , 2 Year Guarantee Use Our Lay-Away CHENILLE BED SPREADS Full Size Reg. 5.95 Value LADIES RAYON Reg, 59c Value 4 pr. 99c FALL PIECE LITTLE - CARE , „ Latest Styles LADIES KNIT 100% All Wool DRESSES I/Kit JtfliiJ - r ~ 13,95 to 16.95 DECORATIVE SWEATERS Very Feminine 1.98 to 715 CHILDREN'S Reg, ZSlOp Values 5,66 to 15, WARM SCARF FASHION! Of Pure Wool in Exciting Plaids MEN'S FUR FELT Reg, 10,95 Value? 4,95 to 7,00 in Rock. s "and ,, pwH^ lw»\9 fey.Mv^' -~ , l?i>fei .s , *vp te "asu.tw,,?; i l fk«!,T -j'^fwyujsorawp* • -,„-• -,»,-'" '\*mit;MW»''^\fWl»4^ ,teiiiM'i5i»^i'Ma«fik%ii« MEN'S ROBES MEN'S SACKS MiN'5 FAL arid WINTIR Are Always Pleqiing Gifts! Reg, Yawfo 13,95 4.66 IQ 9.66 ytt

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