Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 15, 1958 · Page 5
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December 15, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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, ftgeembir 15,1953 HOP! STAR, HOP I.,' ARKANSAS Christmas Tree Program Was Delightful %fcW y VOMK APj-^'frte Christ* rnas free" cast a delightful sea* sonal flow over the hoftte audu ehce oh NBd'fV Sunday night. Although it might be asking) ttw iniich of a single teievisi&H pttH fit-am, it sweated that the fcall* mark Mali ot Faroe" bi-oflUdtiofl shollld haVe Converted a Scrooge or two to the idea that there realty is a Christmas spirit Helen faeutseh created a charfrl' t ' ? fcasliche from the tinsel, b&u« BS, dreams and religious signifi' cance of the season. It Was a ShoW that was greatly enhanced if one saw it in color. The star at the tob of "The Christmas Tree" was Maurice Evans reading the story of the Nativity while the camera studied ti Series of details from great paintings of the past, On another branch of the tree was the thoroughly enjoyable iJoWnlng of Carol* Channing and ^ftl Ritchard on skates, Torn Postott and Hiram Sherman Wet's zestfully aseptic in a sketch that inevitably ended on the Setitirne»" tal .note of the season, This colorful Mildred Fred Ai- berg production directed by Kirk Browning was altogether sueccS' ful in Its aim of offering! soma- thing to everyone in Ihe way of an entertainment gift, A little of the holiday spirit must have rubbed 'mff on all viewers, Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano Mildred Miller, who will appear tonight on "Voice of Firestone" (ABC-TV) has made her most memorable appearances at the Metropolitan playing boys' roles. In fact, one year (< ajl but one of her roles were that of a boy. .... That .year, she saklv.the other day, she returned homejjafter ap- '^aring in a boy's role' 1 and destroyed all of her slacfeg in uhgi-y frustration'. "It's so much more feminine to play the part of a woman," said the attractively feminine 1 ' Miss Miller, 'V',11'. Her most, complicated^ilbld has been that of OctaviBniira'i'.'diei 1 Ros- cnkavalier.", In most of thaVopera she plays the part ot a boy, but jn one act she plays a 'boy dressed up as a girl trying to look like a Basketball College Basketball Syracuse 71, Canisius 70 Rutgers 51, Temple 41 Bradley 71, St. 'Johns NY) 66 Niagara 63, Fordham 52 Holy Cross 61, Yale-49 Rhode Island 65, Brown 52.; Princeton 86, Navy '64 jfSt. Josephs Pa) 92. Manhattan LaSalle 81, Lehigh 47 Penn 75, Army 73 Boston College 81, Conn 53 Kentucky 76, St, Louis 57 " Virginia 75, West Virginia 72 Georgia 76, South Carolina 72 Louisville 62, Alabama 43 Arkansas 83, Mississippi 81 ot Miss 'State 63, Murray Kyi 6! Texas A&M 68, Centenary 57 ' Tulane 61, Texas. 51 ^Georgia TecK 82, Furman 77 SMU 80, Vanderbilt 72 . Rice 64, LSU 56 George Wash 82, Georgetown 75 Cincinnati 106, Marshall,. 8£, T Wisconsin 56, Notre Da'infl-54 ' Minnesota 78,' Nebraska '57W Indiana" 87, Missouri 72- v "" •' Ohio State 81, Butler'69 "• Xavier Ohio) 80, Detroit -S8 Iowa 75, Texas Tecri"7?T" ' " Illinois 85, College f qtrP,ac"tfic h' Mnrquette 82, St, NorJDgrUW , ^Purdue 83, Evansvilln*82 ( ^ f "^~ Dayton 66, stetson'W ,-•• •DePaul 73, Bowling Gren 70 Kan State 53, San Frgnnisjjo 5! UCLA 65, Iowa State S3'- -u TCU 71, Utah 60-' , " Southern-Cal 68, Kansas 5b Conference Standing* , W I Pft, Ptp OP A&M 4 0 1,000 267 3Q7 ........ 4 } ,80Q m \ Tep)i 3 1 ,750 3)6, §47 ;...',..„ 3 i ,6,37 'j'pj" i5i , 3 g ,6P9 339 33> T< ,,, M ,, r ,(s .. R g ; ,500 273 87-f Baylor 2 2 ,500,334 " Texp t s ,.„, „ }, § ,ggQ §§7, j ROACH. HUGHES *^ 1 < 3 i ^ R4>ffliWHHHSS2^ * Ploying @ame§ CARNIVAL §y 6tek Turnar. 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Sit for • portrait M II 30 T.M. fi«f. U.S.fit. (Ml © 19S6 b, NEA 94rvl», Int. PUSH GORDON U3 MORE \WEU..,.dOMPAREP 1O VVeiU «3 WITH SOU I ABOUT THIS CHUNK 1 00P, WHC5SE WI9 ITALIAN V OP LIGNITE \&J CALL/ Ftf UNPS BtACX UF* , BKON36NX 6RK5WHecU3 ./ It) ABOUT Six FEET, - M BUT WE'D LIKE BETTER .. . a\N .. ALLEY OOP NATURALLY \ ANC5 HE'S '•;« \ A LOT CLOSER LOWS WAS3 ^ MILLION to" THE MISSIKJG (30WM OUR VfeARS OLt) LINK *VHAM I ESOM't tome i .._ LINK SCHOOL Q$ OF tHOUSHT/ "Alfred would just love me in this—it's his favorite price 1 ." SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer TIZZ By Kate Osan WOTHEK! >/ t=OR BUD AT TH& 5HE& NOT STA(3E-i&TRUCK THE KIO A \VeTi MAX1 WHY STAHT-NOW? &KEAk? VNirH) 1 WANT TO SPAKE HBRTHd VOU COACH'/ MM XMOCKS L'UE HAP SIWCE we HER-/ i WAte THE WKOWS CHOICB ^ " "LEFT HER PATHER' CAPTAIN EASY THERE'S- A 80V WHO LOVE5 HER TO COW6 HERB AND OPEN MESLeCTl IM A t=£W VEAKS "After.tchobl we usually do whatever the boys decide to do. Why do boys always decide to eat?" "Good-night, handsome—and thank you for a j ' . dreamy evening!" __ SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS STUMPLE, 1 ABUT,SIR— SURgW,yoU WOULPN'T DEPRIVE : YOUW6 'U^S OP AM /NPQQR SKAT/NG ;«. Igc. TJ». Bit. U.8 Pit. Ml.' '"I M AH- DOWN HERE LOOK, DEAR'-SOMEBODX IVE GOT TO FIND THE PERFECT HIDING - PLACE FOR ryts EIGHT HAD LEFTOVER THIS WEEK JUST REACHED INTO BEHIND'-THIS'LOOSE THE LAUNDRXAW0 HANDED EIGHT DOLLA - Tf 1 ;, «• 'V.vV i i> V ' V >vVNC«»SN i^^v>x^ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES /-"AND MY / POG OLIVER (AND ALL. THE >KJDS AT . MOM AND | SCHOOL! PRISCILIA'S POP OUT OUR WAY Py r J, R, Williqms OUR BOARDING.HOU5E s'(§ limit thQ ssmt fpr Worses ft« fw cars?' MORTYMEtKLE ! tr^jan ^T 5 '*'- V I J AM r-WHY, "NOW']. SAW, IKJ MV \ pRBAM.THAT CHPISTIAM WENT NOT FORTH AUONE, FOR THERE WAS ONE WHOSE NAME WAS HPPE - FPI-, SAY, YOUNOMAN COURSE [ }' V &QSH, &Oe$ ) A / HAVET1.WK I V 7' N. YOU'RE WOT LISTEN ING/ SIT UP IN THAT CHAIR,' AND DON'T FORGEj SANTA CLAUSJl With Major Hoople THE TjONATeD TP HELP TH6 NEgDV OBSCRlSEDIHTHeNEVys OOST AT THS OVft R ^U'U B^ THE SAII SAIL, • * SINCE J'M PUSV OH MV

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