Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 18, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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, Beeemto II, fill MOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS IETY Phone 7-3431 ietween i A,M, and 4 P.M. Calendar Thursday, tJ 6e6m bgf 1g the Harmony Bible class of First Christian Church will haVe theif Christmas dinner at the Diamond Cafe Thursday, Dee. 18 at 7 p. m. ' Gifts Valued at $1.00 will be exchanged, *Hope Chapter No. 328 Order of tfic Eastern Star will hold its reg* ular meeting Thursday, Dec, 17 at ; ?!&0 p, m, Following the meet* itig our annual Christmas party will be held and each member is asked to faring a $1,00 gift for exchange. The annual Christmas play of lite Patmos School will -be present- od,'Thursday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. in ihe school auditorium. This will take the 'place of the regular PTA Acting for December. All mem- iboi's and friends are invited, Friday, December 19 There will be a formal dance for the freshman and sophomore classes of Hope High School at the Hope Country Club on Friday, Dec, 19, from 8:30 to 11 g. rn. Hosts and hostesses are! Mr. and Mrs, i. W. F>ahks s Mr, ahd Mrs. Bin* ford McRae ( Mr, and Mrs. Hehry SearHans ahd Mr, ahd Mrs. Kelly Bryant, A, Christmas program entitled "The Bethlehem Story" will toe presented Friday, Dec. 19 at 7:30 ijxni, at the First Pentecostal Church. The public is invited, Saturday) beoerhber 20 All 7lh and 8th grade students are invited to a Christmas dance at the Hope Country Club Satttr* day, Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. until 10100 p.m. Chapcrones are Mr. and Mrs, Lamar Cox and Mr, and .Mrs, Fred Ellis. Young Chevrolet Co. Employees Enjoy Annual Christmas Party The annual Christmas party for the Young Chevrolet Co, employees and their families was held on December 16 at the Hope Country Club, A delicious turkey dinner was enjoyed by about 40 people, IN THE SPOTLIGHT She Teased . . . in the Shadows She Collected Her Payment in SHAME DRIVE-IN THEATRE FRI - SAT - SUN Double thrill show A Sky Horror 200 Million Year Old Returns to Terrorize the world ^TECHNICOLOR Color Cartoon • REGULAR PRICES sflef \vhich gifts were distributed io the children ahd the employees received Iheir Christmas boftuscs. Several games were fjlajfeti with prices being giVen to .the winners, ahd all joined in singing Christmas carols. 6f MPS. fe. S&SH& Po The home of Mrs. fi. P. O'Neal Was the scene of a Christmas parly for the local American Legion Auxiliary oh the evening of December Id. Assistihg'Mrs. O'Neal as hostesses also were Mrs. Clyde Coffee and Mi's. C. E, Taylor. Because it was one of those featured in the Holiday Homes Pilgrimage, the O'Neal home Was beautifully decorated in the Christmas motif, Mrs. Joe Jones had charge of the fcrogrnin &nc l P fe ~ sellted Miss Margie Herhdon, who sang "While Christmas," accompanied by Miss Cookie Jones. Miss St-enda ttnmm explained' "The Meaning of Christmas," an'dj a clever story entitled "How Come Christmas?" was given by Miss Herndon, who was a guest for the meeting, The hostesses served cake, nuts, and coffee to 16, and gifts were exchanged by the auxiliary. Jfiycittes HS«8 Pbthlefe BlfifiSf The Jaycetles met in Ihe home (Mrs. Dale Dunn 1\iesday night for •their potklck Christmas Parly with &lrs. iLynn Harris ami Mrs. Bon La Fanlasie as assisting hostesses. A beautifully lighted tree was the center of attraction al Die Dunn homo with gold and green Christmas arrahgetnents placed at vantage points. The dining table was ovcilaid with a Christmas table cloth with a centerpiece of candles and pine cones carrying ottt the theme of green and gold. Bai'bnra Caston, Ann Sutfon, Ton! Taylor ahd flrenda Sutlon enter* lalned tihe group with Christmas carols. There were 24 members and two guests, Mrs Bill Davis and >Mrs. Don Hancock, present. Moore Bros. — SERVING YOU SINCE 1896 WE DELIVER PHONE|7-4431 ers (Mrs. TOddy Jbrtes Hostess For Christmas Supper Mrs. Teddy Jones was hostess for] the Christmas supper meeting of the Cosmopolitan Club on December 10. Mrs. H. E. Jackson, Mrs. R. L. Broach and Mrs. H. L. Hanegan were her co-hostesses. Sallowing a delicious meal served in an appropriate setting of Christmas decorations, Mrs. Sarah Moses presented a story, "The Miracle at Derrick, Texas." From a very pretty Christmas tree, the ladies exchanged gifts. A panel of club members succeeded in guessing the secret of Mrs. Lyle Brown. It dealt with the location of a -grasshopper's ears. Mrs, L. B. Tooley failed to stump them with her secret concerning the eating of chocolate covered grasshoppers. One new member, Mrs. Rufus P. Sorrells, was welcomed to the group. Besides Mrs. Moses, Mrs. Dan Godbold was also a guest, and 18 members were present. Bill ClaCk Honored With SurpHse Birthday Party Bill Clark, practice band director, was honored with a surprise birthday party Wednesday given in the band office, Those attending were, Hose Mary Basinger. Penny Roberts, Laura Adams. Jo Carolyn Lewis, Sandra EVIcKamic. Peggy Femster, Betty Bishop, Billy Walters, Ben Waller, Glen Keith, Jon Barbarolto. The honoree received a lovely set of cuff links after which re* frcshmenls of cookies, brownies, fudge and cold drinks were served. Mrs. Lloyd Spencer Entertains Bridge Club Lovely decorations filled the home of Mrs. -Lloyd Spencer on Tuesday, Dec. 16 when she entertained her bridge club. The ornaments carried out the traditional colors with special emphasis on gold. Prizes were won by Mrs. Oliver Adams and Mrs. Terrell Cornelius for high scores. Christmas refreshments were served to two tables of players. • Home Made Pure Pork Sausage Swifts Premium Bacon . 00 $K Mrs. Nettie Wiggins Hostess To Woodman Circle On Tuesday, December 16, Mrs. Nettie Wiggins was hostess to the local Woodman Circle for a Christmas dinner served buffet style to 18,. including Sovereign Mrs. Mary 'Mairmack,- Miss Lucille Wall, State Manager, and two guests from Arkadelphia, Mrs. Kenneth Burroughs and Mrs. C. J. Kirnbrough. The invocation was given by all repeating the Lord's Prayer in unison. The ladies served themselves .from a ibuffett attractively decorated with a red net cloth. The seating arrangement was designated by place, cards made from Christmas cards. , The Christmas st.oi'y was told by Mrs. Wilma Cranford. Gifts were exchanged and several games were played. Mrs. H, C. Whltworth Hostess To Tuesday Bridge Club A potluck luncheon was held in the home of Mrs. H. C. Whitworth when her Tuesday Bridge Club met on Dec, 16. iNandina berries, •holly, and bayiberry candles were used as decorations in the dining room. The living room mantle was pretty with miniature deer, holly and white candles'. Gifts were exchanged toy the members from a colorful Christ mas tree. When bridge was played by the two tables of players, (prizes were won iby Mrs. John Britt and Mrs. S. L. Murphy. The hostess served fruit -cake and coffee at the conclusion of the afternoon, Westerns Rib Steak Sun Valley Oleo FUZZY KNIGHT "VIGILANTE TERROR" * — <snd *—• FUZZY KNIGHT "NIGHT RAIDERS" Adults 6Q 6 STARTS FRIDAY Hey KMs! Her?'? Your Favorite AENGER -TONIGHT- Features 7:00 - 8:45 Stage Show 8:00 ON STAGE IN PERSON From Hollywood Fuzzy Knight Western Comedy Star „ PLUS — Western Jamboree 2 Fuzzy Knight Frances Gwyn To Wed Sgt. George L. Barnes •MV. and' Mrs. 'C. A. Williams oC Hope, announce the engagement of their daughter, Frances Gwyn of (Little Rock, to Sgt, George, L. Barnes of the U.S. Air "Force. He is the son of Mrs. Offie Biinies of Colorado Springs, Colo, and the late Mr, Barnes. Miss Williams is a graduate o'l Hope High School. She :attended. tDraugtm's Business School in Lit lie (Rock and was graduated, from Ohillicolhe Business School in Chi] licothe, Mo, iMr. Barnes attended' Ottawa High School, Ottawa, JCan,, and is now . stationed at 'Reese Ail 'Force Base, iLutobock, Tex, The wedding will foe an event o (April 11 at the Winfiold .Mernona Methodist Church in 'Little Rock. 'Huett • Staggs Wedding Vows Mr. and Mrs, Hamp Huett of Hope announced Ihp marriage o their daughter, Jo Ann, to Abram Staggs of (Little Hock on Dec, 0 iiv Jcla'bel, Okla. After a short wedding trip the couple resides in Little Rode, Ark where the groom is employed. Miscellaneous Shower Honors Mjss Katherine Ste.adman Baker Home (Demonstration Club honored Miss Katherinp Stcadmar 'bride-elect of James V/right, witl a miscellaneous shower at th home of Mrs, 0. F, Woyd, Dec 15 at 7:30 p.m, yhe lovely Lloyd home was de corated t'hroughout in the yuletid motiff, The honoree looked lovely in a Wue knit sheath dress. Th club presented 'her a corsage o miniature silver ifaells and white ribbon and was pinned at her shoulder by Mrs. T. p. Femvick Sr, Mrs. Woodrow Baker, Miss Peggy iLloyd assisted Mrs. t Lloyd in extending hospitality 'and vecr tjon. The gU'ts were placed under lighted Christmas tree and Miss Steadman solved the puzzle tha won all the gifts. Little Miss Judy J<ay helped lier sister untie the gifts. Mrs, Orville Steudman, mothei of the bride-elect, was in chut'ge ' Continued on page Sj« Remember and Get S&H Green Stomps with all Your Purchases at Cox's r AiTght gift foTIveryon^froii Ihe old«r folk, fe right down «o the baby. You save time, too. One slop J for all of your shopping For the Girl in Your Life: 3.75 I oHractivo G y '«• «"r BOX REVL N LOVEPAT pound box .... — Also Two, Three'ondj'lvo Pound Boxes RUSSELL STOVER Gift Box. 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One -I goes out others stay lit" l Hospitality Snack Set J'our CHJJ5 i>n4 {' FREI GIFT WRAPPINGS ON AU YOUR GIFT .PURCHASES WAFFLE' IRQN If iURf TO QfTj i.' '"-faMf' ' Sy/voni'o s rf -*«'- '< ' i 1*1111 POWERSHAVE > - •- -,j ^i ^. 1 1 *it£i |y \^- fdge far g and pnll? Fl«ihby!b Pack '' COMI & BRUSH SET

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