Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 18, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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HOM STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Prescotf Victory MB Club Has Christmas MeMIng The Victory Home ftomonsli atlrm Club nicl oft Friday- aflernortn in the homo of Mrs^J^^A^Cole for ,u Chi i in"> , ijllfl Ml ins m>Mi I Tit" rip I with uti oi Iv inn t.ibie •• arrangement liny Duke ,^ ri'iifrrcd I of ntniclinfi bi'i 1 ' ies flanked by r"d t ;mrl!rp. Traditional dfrorations were also plflcecl in the living room. The presldcnf. Mrs. Joh'in.'e (Hooks, presided 'Mis Bill Bxltoni told the Christinas --t'r-y. flic 1 sec- t-clary, Mrs A. t, Turner, road (Jic minutes and rolled ihe rnll t answered with "Wlnl I Think of U'heii f Think of f l"i<,'ma« uifts were exchanged from an ornamented Chi istm'is tiee. A dt-ssort course and coffee was Hostess MORTON'S POTATO f* S\ '_6~ i, ^•f served to 18 members present. Me*. Gordon EHUrtains ftolfvia Club on Friday The home />f 'Mrs C 0. Gorclbn Christmas at i angements when, she rnlpftnin-d tin 1950 Bolivia Club at a diriir-i pnrlv Fridrty everting. Mr<? [fnmc'i Ward «rtn the" high score honors. Other guests wore Mrs. tlrmn Gee. Mis E M. Sharp, iM'l's. i. V, Fujn, Mrs. Jim Yattcoy, Mrs. A W llmKon. Mis. J S. Westerly and .Mrs W. P. Cummings. The di'iins table was decorated greenery interspersed 'With Christmas ornaments and cefttcfred n-ith tjrecn tapers. Around this Was placed the Christmas padk- a,ges which were exchanged after '.he games. Put'Morton's Potato Chips by your Holiday Dip on the bufiet, and watch how much faster they disappear than the other "clippers" There's just no substitute for thiil real Morton's Potato Chip crispnes.s and flavor, MORTON'S POTATO Morton's Potato Waves nre the original "chip-for-dips" . . ..especially designed with extra strength for the thickest dips, yet completely preserving that wonderfuJ potato chip taste. Nancy Puftle Celebrates Birthday Anniversary Nancy Purtle celebrated hef 12th birthday with a blinking party giv> en by her parents. Mr. and"Mrs. Wallace Purtle til their home on Friday night. The guests. Becky Payne, Mar- Ola 'Reaves, Carolyn DanieL -Kay Cox. Kathy Cooke, Jane Nelson and Kathy PurUe. enjoyed a hot clog supper. The pink birthday cake was served with ice cream. Nancy was the recipient of many lovely gifts. P.hllllps - Burnslde Engagement Announced •Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Phillips of Prescotl announce the engagement and approaching .marriage of their daughter, Margaret Leece to Robert Franklin Burnside, son of Mrs. Velrna Burnside of El Dorado and the late Mr. Burnside. The couple will toe graduated XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that are Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE" Shop The Fashion Shoppe 112 S.' Main '7-5850 fri'-r Henderson State Teachers College i" January where Miss Philups is affiliated with Alpha SianiM T.-iu sornrit.v and 'M'r, Burh- sidi- is a member nf Kappa Sigma Knpp» fraternity The \veddins will be an event of .Ian 31 m the First Baptis? Churrh of Present! with Rev, W. H VV.Midell officiating. Presbyterian Executive Board Holds MefitiHS "An executive board meeting of: the Women of the Presbyterian Church was held on Friday morn' ing in the home of-the outgoing president. Mrs. C. H. Moore. The rooms were beautifully decorated in the holiday motif. Mrs. Moore and the in-coming prosi'lent. Mrs. Carl 'Dalrymple, served coffee and sweet rolls proceed in;; the meeting that was presided over by .Mrs. Dnlrymple. Miss Lou Nell Cox. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Colyer Cox of Hot Springs and former Proscoit rosi dents, is one of ten Hot Springs' debutantes to be presented at a .for mal ball Dec. 22 in Iho Arlington Hotel ballroom. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Epplcr were •Friday visitors in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. 'Roy Stainton 'have had as their guests, 'Mr. and M'rs. Bill Stainton. Billy, Cindy and Ginger of DC Queen. Delighted Girls Chose Her Husband By AP Women's tditof- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tngram, | James Harold and Jerry were the, weekend .guests of Mr. and iMrs. ! W. iL. Horton in Hot Springs. Al Hart of (Dallas spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haynic, Joe and Glenn of 'Magnolia were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynie, (Miss Charlotte Dewoody of Shre- vcport visited her mother. Mrs. lAsfhley Dewoody, during the weekend. Gilbert Buchanan, student at the (Arkansas School of Medicine in SHIP STRICKLAND To All Points Other Than Those In Ark. CALL HARVEY ALLEN'S SERVICE STATION PRospect 7-9963 FOR DAILY PICKUP SERVICE THE MOST WANTED GIFT OF ALL Lowest Price Per Cubic Foot Of Any Leading Brand HOLLYWOOD, Pretty Mary Cummings is delighted when girls chase her good looking husband Bob. star of television and screen, because — • "It helps a wife keep on her toes to know her husband is at« tractive to other women. A mart never should stop appreciating attractive women, just because he is married. Bob 'likes handsome, vital people and so do I. And I wouldn't have it any other way, The former Mary Etiott quit the singe When she got married, and has been quite busy since acting as Bob's business manager and raising their family of live children: Robert, 12, Melinda. 10. Patricia. 7, Laurel. 3 and Tony, 1. The spacious CumnUngs home In Beverly Mills is organized for family action. The living room opons into a patjo and swimming pool where father Bob gives swimming lessons to all the children. even before they can Walk. "The children start swimmingi when they are 6 to 0 months old.' 1 says Mary. "Their dnd is a good swimming coach — he was a YMCA champion swimmer as a boy." Mary had made a considerable reputation as a stage and ccrueii actress when she met Bob Cummings. having played overseas with UiSO Camp Shows during World War II and played the title role in "My Sister Eileen." They were married in 1945 and Mary decided firmly and at once to make her sole career that of wife and mother. Says she: "I'm postive I couldn't be happy as a star, and be married at the same time. My best acting offers have been since my marriage, but I don't think any family is big enough . for two stars." After a long and successful car- reer !n both Broadway and Hollywood productions, Bob Cumrnlnas has had his own weekly show on television for five -years. Mary takes care of business details and often .helps pick promising young actresses for the cast. She has an office in her home, F.nd puts in a regular 40-hour week being a business manager, runniny homo and family at the same time. • More Storage Space In Less Floor Space • New Modern Design f {Easy Open Safety Latch » m- * •** i. * ' 'IP • No Sweat (Sghinef t FlpqHng lid '., 11 ,-, > ' t • i ,",.'',_' d'R EYJSBYONJB.V .'• ''" '- ' ,' '" •" '""'•• ' ' ' Iba Observing 25th Year in Basketball Associated Press Sports Writer Henrv (Hank) Iba is celebrating his 2fHh year PS basketball coach nt Oklahoma State University. His younfier brother Clarence. Tulsa conch, already has snoiled Hank's silver anniversary season. Tulsn turned back Oklahoma ^nte 71-50 Tuesday night in tho 69lh renewal of their series an,d enabled 49 year old Clarence to c'ain a measure of revenge over 54-year-old Henry. This was onlv the seventh tlmo in 50 games' that Tulsa has been able to defeat a Hank Iba-coachad Oklahoma -Slate tea-m. The Hurricanes took the lead mirlwav in thfi fir"t half and re' mained ' in front the rest of the wav, Bo#er Wendal] looped the Tulsa scorers with 27 points. West Virginia, ranked E-pycnth nationally, was tho onlv top 10 team to see. action. The Mountain-, pe'rs rebounded from thoir upsot hv Virginia Sniurday and crushed 'Richmond 98-67. .Torrv West paced IhP winders with 29. iSt. Josonh's. Pa,, No, 14, ou> olnssed 'Elizftbetihtowni 94-69 for the (Hawk's- fifth triumph in a row after a shaky start. , In other leading games, Virginia Tech downed Furman 95-80 as p)arl Gilbert hit for 32 points. San Francisco edged ,Wichita 47*48 to break a four-pame losing streak,, Gerry Glvnn, collected J>3 points to spark Yoln to ,a 76-73 Jyv f.eagup contest over Brown, Loyola of Chjs cago posted Us .fifth consecutive trjumiih by shewing prake 74 3 7il and Oklahorna CHy milled jn the second half to -whip Nortji Slate 70-56. ' iLiHJe Rock, spent the •wjiih. his parents, Gpl. and WUianj Quphapan of M;emphi?, who ave guests in (he hor^e of-My, and'Mrs. 'Jj£trp}4 PavKer, ' ,,*;, flven ff'JC 'ASWl PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FLUtFO Lbs, FOLGERS COFFEE BISCUITS 3 Cons SUN VALLEY SOLIDS Lb. . . 15c 1/4 Lb. Sticks , ',.-' Lb. SUGAR 10 Lbs. COLA 6 Btl. On. WHITE GOOSE FLOUR 25 Lbs. MRS. TUCKERS E 2 Lbs. PASCAL Stalk .Cello, Pkgs. ENGLISH, Lb. Lb. WHOLE HOG ' OUR SPECIAL MADE ' " ' " '" Lbs. , or , MILD «¥"' / -'Mi --"• GRADE A 1 U; S, INSPECTED , 9-14LPS, : Lb, 2 ''."Ub, Pkg, 'Thick Sliced > . |- Lb, Pkg,. 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