f a§i Six HOP! IfAl, MOM, ARKANSAS • Menday, December IS, Prescott News Club Hold Christmas Party Jflht'ty-fiiur member? and nucsts nllendrd Ihn Picscott P.&PW Club annual Chnslmoj Pmlj ,tnd Dinner at the Law son Hotel nn Tuesday evening 1Ioste=sr": f»i the 2nd & Main Sts. Open Every Day 'Cept Sunday TIL XMAS SEE OUR TOYS Plenty of 99c Handbags 2.99 Sissy Blouses Girls Sires 7 to 14 Sissy Blouse 2,,49 V) party were 'Mrs Violet Coe. Mrs. Alia Grant. Mrs. ifierniee Hu-Wbard (Mrs. Tholnifi KiZer nnd Mrs. Nora Graham As the guests arrived Christmas corsages were pined on Hit 1 ladies and boutnnniercs on the mm. A wide red satin ribbon extended the length of the speakers ta.ble and In thi' center wns a Christinas ,-infingemcnl consisting of a Santa Clans, reindeer, white candles and multi-colored Christmas ornaments .Similar tm-.'ingemonls were placed ill each end of the table. While • intl red roses, a Santa Cliius and candles decorated the piano. The invocation wns Riven by Rev Kd Bannister and Mrs. Hobble Wilson, club prosidenl, welcomed the gin-sis. Mrs. lUilh Buchanan rend » Christmas story 'The Christ- nuis Apple.' Hev. J. H. Robertson I'liU-rtnined the group with several amusing selections on his guitar ind then directed a skit entitled •Dr. Hob's Reliable Remedy.' Ministers in the cast wore Kny Woodcll Alfred DeBlack, Claud Shcrrocl. Loy Ferguson, Ivlard Pace and Ed Bannister. Gifts were exchanged «md all joined in singing Christmas carols with Mrs. Helen Cummings accompanying at the piano. By special request Mrs. Cummings nnd Mrs. Mildred White sang "Silver Bells." The closing prayer was given by Rev. ,/. II. Robertson. Out o't town guests were Mrs. Jtislint Hojiiw, fe&PW district chnirrhart ,and Mrs. Wilma Ct-ah- ford of tfbf>e. Ahgel,1 Paynes Celebrates f>oul-th Birthday Wlt,h Party Aniirln Payne celebrated her 4th b-il'itlny with a purtj given by her piiii'iits. Mr. iincl Mrs. U ; . b. 1'nvne. nt their home on Tucs'lay r, I'ternoon. Arrangement* of nan- clinns dec-orated the living room, Gfirnc.s were played witu prizes being won by Lynn Milnm and •Mary Jane Rhodes Ice cream, cake anrl punch was served from a table covered with a lace cloth and centered with a pink Hnd green birthday t-.ike. ra"- ors were blowout whistles ami bubble gum. Guests included Mary Alice F.as- tcrling. Billy Jean Bolton, Sandra M'niiiH'J. Gail Willis. Loui.se ArniHl •lame Hestcily, Elaine WliiU;, Don- nu Daniel. Lynn Milam, Kincfi Kolba duel Mary J-nitc Hriodcs. Airs. Pa.vno wns assisted by Mrs. Tip While, Mrs. Hoy Lee Rhodes and Mrs. Charlie Milam Hopes Dashed ALL 6 VOLT STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4.95 EXC. • All Parts For Cars And Trucks • All Size Full Cap Tires, Also New And Used Tires! Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 County Board of Education Has Dinner Meeting Tuesday Thi' ((imrtcrly dinner meeting of the Nevada County Board of Education was held on Tuesday evening at the Broadway Hotel. Wives I,! the members were guests. Covers were laid for Mrs. J. B. Ritchie. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Hcs- U'rly, Mr. and <Mrs. Wren Scott and Mr. and .Mrs. W. C. Waters uj Willisville. Mimbors presented 'Mrs. Ritchie Nevada County School Supervisor, with a beautiful cut work linen cloth and napkins. j A business meeting was held following the dinner. Announcing The Appointment Of Mr. Glen Cory as Director of Agency Recruiting Mr. Gary brings to our organization a wealth of business training, experience and enthusiasm for this growing Arkansas insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Webb of Can-idem wore the Wednesday night Kiiusts of Mr. and Mrs. Ed iHub- •oard and son, Curlton .Ray Fred Bolls and Mrs. G. 1 .Nelson motored to Hot Springs Wednesday rind were accompanied home 'by Mr. Nelson who underwent surgery *it St. Joseph Hospital recently. Rev. and iM'rs. J. H. Robertson and Pam were .Wednesday visitors in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eppler spent WednoscUiv in Texarkana. Mrs. J. W. iBrac/.calu has returned to Marshall, Texas after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jim Nelson and family. those from Prescott, at- teridiiia funurnl services for Mrs. A. R/ Babb in iHope Wednesday Ff-oHi Page 6fie figures presented (o the <JOP leaders is in final form, General budget problems and defense spending got lop priority nt Elsenhower's White HoUse conference with GOt" leaders The emhrtSIs on national sCcUrl* i ty outlay came as somewhat of a surprise. Advance indications had bcch that military .spending and ( foreign policy tiffining would-bt 1 'left for discussion fnalrily at aii- 'other meeting scheduled Jan. 6 with both Democratic and ClGP leaders. The administration's general | legislative program is up tot H*- r view, with advance hints that it i may include some controversial civil rights proposals. i Press secretary James <1. Mngerty announced shortly after , the start of today's session that n would deal primarily with the ad ! ministration's domestic frog-ralti | including a budget expected l» j call for spending of about 80 hi) lion dollars. But Hag'erty said it i vo'ild be impossible to divorce Ma- llional security from Ihe rest of I the program in any discussion. I Magerty recalled that Eise'i- j howor Invited the Democra'U' (lenders to sit in with the Republi. I cans for a talk on foreign policy I and .defense spending plans at about this time. The Democrats, he snld, prefer to hold the two-party conference' Jan, 5, just two days before the heavily Democratic new Congress convenes. Underscoring efforts to rebuild Republican prestige and voter m> pcal, GOP National Chairman Mcade Alcorn sat in on today's meeting at Eisenhower's request. ] Also on hand were Secretary of i (he Treasury Robert B. Anderson. Dcp. Secretary of Defense Don'xld IQuarles, Undersecretary of Stalp : Christian A. Merter, and Budiiet 1.Director Maurice Stans. I Also on hand was Dr. Haymond j J. Saulnier, chairman of the Colin cil of Economic Advisers, i Vice 'President Richard M. | Nixon joined Eisenhower and i members of the White House staff jfor presentation of the administration program Discussion dealt first with, general budget problems. It ••wns scheduled to turn next to nation >.' , security programs and the task oj 1 :providing funds, against (lie back- j ground of the President's cam paign to reduce over-all spending. I The conference was expected to I continue throughout the day Open in Home of Roy Anderson — Hope Star photos & engruvmss THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS Open House given by Mrs. Mary. Sue Evans ;it the ho'me of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, 810 S. Mciin St., drew hundreds of guests Sunday afternoon. Here is a picture showing the hostesses who assisted Mrs. Evans: Left to right — Little girl standing, Nancy Martindale; Mrs, Jack Lcwe, seated; and the following standing — Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Roy Anderson, Betsy Martindale, Ann Cole, Georgeann Lowe, Mrs. Jess Davis (behind flowers:), Jennie Lowe, Mrs. Charles Graham, Jr.; Mrs. Byron Hefner, Mrs. Mike Kelly. Others assisting besides those in the picture were: Mr. and* Mrs,. Dale C. Jones, Mrs. Roy Jones, Mrs. Judd Martindale, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Frazier, Mrs. A. D. Brannon, Sr., Byron Hefner, Mike Kelly, and Luther Hollainon, Jr. l Stereo-Phonic Phonbgroph Automatic 4 speed record changer, portable Hi-Fi. Equipped to play Stereo records, $89.95 Matching Speaker ... 16,95 MONTGOMERY WARD PREFERRED RISK LIFE ASSURANCE CO. HOME OFFICE; Fpycttoville, Arkansas W, M, Hitter, President CHRISTMAS SPECIALS You can't afford to miss. Come by and make your appointment early. JANELL'S BEAUTY SHOP West Ave. B and Margaret St. XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that are Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE" Shop The Fashion Shoppe 112 3. Main 7-5850 WASHINGTON (APt — A -group | of 10 Republcans who rale-them- selves as liberals voted unanimously today to undertake a fi°i:l for control of the Senate iRadi.T shin of their parly, Thoir spokesman, Sen. Gcoryo n. Aiken (R-VU announced • ilia' they decided to present "n: lull slate of candidates at tbe Sen»i» Republican conference in January which will be representative of the Republican party as shown by !lhe voters in the last election." I The action posed the [jivspcei of a fight with Sen, Styles Bridges of New Hampshire, chairman of Hie Senate GOP Policv Commi' ,t.pe and Sen, Everett HVI, Dirksen (R-lll), who apparently Is Brid°i"i ' choice to succeed Sen, William I" i Kjiowlnnd (R-Calif), as HcpiiWi- i can floor leader. i afternoon were -Mrs. : B, C, Stivers, Mr. and 'Mrs, iHorace Jones, Mr. and Mrs. TUartel Pace, Mrs. George Cunningham, Gene Lee, Carl Mitchell, Rev, Seldon Blackburn, Mr. and M'rs. Beit Wingfield, Howard Burke, 'Mrs. Homer Ward, iMrs. H, G, Baker, Mrs, Glenn Orr, 'Mrs, Alfred Cummmgs and Mrs, Wax BrymH, The Wisest of Santas Give THINGS FOR THE HOME Give Her a Genuine Bates ^^ w • *» i^^ */'** ^^i Loomed tp be Heirtaemed QUEEN ELIZABETH SEQ, WASHINGTON $29,50 $27,50 BATES BEtMONT SPJiEAP A regwlgr $l£-95 spieqd with rounded cgmgrs pnd frin^fri ?dge —• Snow White —»Aatiquf \Yhit^ -~i- ppublp b?d si??. $8,95 &w H^^-- p**< t-vft- Sv "• '^" 5> ANOTHER SCENE at iefreshment table, left to right — Mrs, Jack Lowe, head thurned away from camera; Mrs, N, T. Jewell, with coffee cup! Mrs, B. B, McPherson, N- T, Jewell, G. G, Med- * f *, ,n'nt vsr-fSsi- ij*ii dens,. Mrs.-Medders, man's shoulder, , - . Mrs, J -Mike 'Kelly, beyond an unidentified " ' _ rij. * . * £R ', tit *?r ^i/"» va" v **r t *»* ", SfJ?/, 1 ? . i '"- •*» '
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