Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 17, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 17, 1958
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t»«i« six MOM §fAi, HQPf, ARKANSAS Prescott News , DfiBlack PTA Spfaakftr ' J'lHsseutl Elementary PTA met brl fhtirsda.v afternoon for the meeting with the picsi- li Mrs H D. House, presiding. _The devotional was Riven by Mrs. Kenneth Ledbettei. The min- liles were read by the secretary I (Kits. Watson Buchanan and ap-i proved. Mrs Aubiey Anderson gave the ticasurcr lepoit The, presidents message was given by Mrs. Noiman Smith. Mis Bill Bol- Ion, chairman of the hospitality Cohimiitee. invited eveiyone to remain for a tea honoring the teachers. Mrs. U. L. McRao Ji pmgtam chairman, mtiodueed Ke\ AUi ed tDeBlaek who spoke on the subject fol 4 .the month, "The Challenge of ' the Spirit." He chose as his topic "A Living FaiUi." In Hie room count in Hie south Wing winners were Mis. Harts -Ith grade and north wing was Mis. Oann's Oth. ' .lilac tea table was covered with a white cloth and held ,i Christ- itrifls centerpiece of white chiysiin- '^homums irtterspcised with i ed arid green and ii mlnialme SiinUi Clous in a while 'bowl. A fed reindeer was placed on each side. Chrlsimas napkins gave a colorful note. (Mrs. House presided nl the punch bowl. Lions Club Me«U Thursday Tile Lions Club met in regular' session on Thursday noon at the Bi-ondw/iy Motel with the presl» dent. A. E. Evans, (presiding. Plans were made for a Christmas party with the wives as guests lo be held on Thursday noon, Dec. 18 ai the Broadway Jlolel. There were 14 members present and guc-sts wei-c 'Ralph iVTurphy of Kl Dorado and Dallas Mudspeth of Ben ton. Crosby Wonts Everyone on His Show Fitlells Class Has Party On Thursday evening members of Hie Fidelis Class of the first Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. 'Mnrrcll Mines for a Christmas party. The rooms were festive with Christmas decorations. An arrangement of cedar, iplne cones and candles centered the dining table /Did ii .gay wreath was hung on the dooi Mrs. S. E. (Forrester gave an informative devotional "No Room In The Inn." Tile president, Mrs. Kenneth Reaves presided and Mrs. Mines led in prayer. Games were directed 'by Mrs. Al Marlindale. Gifts were exchanged from an ornamented Christmas tree. The members presented iMrs. '.Mines with with a milk glass fruit bowl. Punch, cookies and nuts were served by the hostess. AUREOMVC!N®Clilortelra- cycline Crumbles in the feed trough help control cattle, swine, sheep and calf dis- £\ eases, reduce mortality and • * 'give you earlier marketing, better carcasses — the kind ['buyers prefer! Now ap- ' • • proved for dairy cattle too! Hempsfead County Farmers Assn. ,1075. Walnut Phone 7-4469 j Jr. Sr. PTA Has Study Course Prcseott Junior • Senior PTA held a study course on Thursday afternoon in the iHomc Economics Cottage nt the high school. •Mrs. Edward Bryson was in charge of the topic for discussion on "Signals of Mental Distress In (Adolescence." and presented a panel discussion by Misses Judy Fore, lLoulse Stewart and Palsy iMnncas. Coffee and cookies were served lo the 15 present. Mrs. Burke Shellon is the guest of relatives in 'Little dfock and in •Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Charlie Thomas and IMrs. Robbie Wilson attended the annual session of the .Arkansas 'Welfare (Department in .Lillle iRock Thursday and Friday. Mrs. ,1. M'. Ingram is in Ca melon to be wil'h her daughter, Mrs. Walter Tale, who is ill. Mrs. S. iB. Scott and IMrs. Al Williams motored to Little Hock Friday. JMiss Judy Gilbert lias been elected president of the PI Beta Phi .Sorority at the University of Arkansas and will assume her duties 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! 1 Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. s Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark, Phone 7-2786 By ChjiM«s NEW YORK (AT) — This year is ho oxcc'ption lo n scnsonnl lice lliilfi Crosby established ill IDS,! Me seeks as fnnny people as possible to join him Christmas Eve in a Christmas Sing with Sing oh CBS radio. Crosby will be joined this year by his wife, the former Kalhy Grant, who will sing in public with her husband for the fust firne on any radio or television network. 'I'hc program also will feature choruses from Fiji. Hawaii, Alaska, Sail Lake City, the Vatican and the atomic submarine Nautilus. As a man of innumberablc pro- occupations, why does Crosby go to the effort involved for a one- hour radio program with remote pickups from around the world? His explanation is simple and sincere; "It's .the one lime of the year when I'm sure I can inake tny work as an entertainer servo something bigger than mere entertainment. It's the performance in which I'm most at ease with my listeners because I know thai they know I'm giving my best." Crosby recalls that he has talked into doing the 19fin Christmas Eve broadcast — and was astonished by the enthusiastic public reception ot the program. ("Why, some newspapers even wrote editorials about it.") This year, as in the past, he will singi "Adeste Ficleles." Interestingly, he had to be strongly \ urged to make his first recording of the number several years before World War II. "Being only a crooner." Crosby recalls, "I felt that I didn't have sufficient stature to sing a song with religious implications. But .lack Kapp (a recording company executive! insisted that "Adeste Fideles' through the years had become virtually a Christmas carol. So I recorded it. '"Silent Night' was different. I didn't feel that it fitted into the carol category. Moreover, I thought it would be wrong Tor me to take income from the sale of. such a record. The way I saw it. it would be like cashing in on the church or the Bible. "Dot brother Lorry came tip with a suggestion. He set up a fund for the children then being taken care of by American missions in China. The plan was to take the royalties from 'Sent iNight' 'and pour them into the fund. In this way I'd avoid cashing in on religions songs, "We helped clothe and support those kids until the government, looking for fresh lax money, ruled that our scheme was illegal. By that time we'd probably put a quarter of a million dollars Into that worthwhile cause." RIGHT V? TO THE New Package | Grocer showing a new kind ot cereal to a mother: "Youngsters just love it. It has premiums and you send in the box top If you want tile cereal." at Ihe next semester. She is Iho daughter of <Mr, and Mr, Frank Gilbert. uMrs. Clarke 'White is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. O, B. Cannon Jr. and family in iiongvicw, Texas. SHOP IN HOPE... The Hope Retail Merchants Announce New Christmas Store Hours! December 19th >, i tf Rttail Stores Will Be Open jf? PRICES GOOD FROM NOW THRU CHRISTMAS EVE! „,„„ „ -. s . g M5'SrS'*'<»«'«'?**'««S' \V&Q##&ii*W&lQZ*W^ SPECIALS 17 PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP 5 PC. DINETTE I • Black Tubing • 30"x 48" Table $39.95 5 PC. DINETTE • Chrome • 36"x 60" Table $59.95 7 PC. DINETTE * 7 PC. DINETTE $69.95 I • < S(S(S'glS!SI€lS'«!|l€tS!?!glStS'SIS!StS 1 nt€'«l€«l«'«lSi«« : S ! 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