Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 19, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1958
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, Etesemtat 19,1958 HOP! STAi, HOM, A 11 A N i A 1 PH6He 7-3431 Between fi A.M. and 4 P.M. •i Baesmber 1§»• •*•* . I There will be a formal dahce tot he freshman and sophgmate asses ,of Hope High Schooi'at the ope Country Club on FrM&yV.be?, I, from 8:30 to 11 p. m/rHdsts rd hastesses are; Mr. ahd Mrs. I W. Franks, Mr. ahdLMri, 03m* ord Mcftae, Mr, ahd-*'*"""" lahians and M'r. and . «, Christmas program;"M:>ritSUed rhc Bethlehem Story" AWil'tiCjpi-e- Mcd Friday, Doc, .,19 -at," 7:30 an, at the First Pentecostal hw'ch. The public is •in$tyed,i.« ,_ [/Saturday, December 20 I All 7th and 8lh grade students re invited to a Christmas dance fe Mope Country Club Satur"cc, 20 at 7:30 p.m. until 00 p.m. Chaperones 'are Mr. Id Mrs. JJamai 1 Cox and Mr. and " a.- Fred Ellis. i, December 21 isse-s Sheila and Sharon Foster have open house from 8 'til ( .ip.m, Sunday, Dec. 21 in the me of their .parents, Mr.^and 1 s. Vincent Foster. 'Tuesday, December 23 The piano pupils of 'M'rs. Helen McRae Barlow will play for sir parents and friends, Tuesday c. 23 at 3 p.m. at 400 W. Avc. D. Mrs. &MI Moore Hastens to WW and Sr. WMA ChHStfflaS PaHy M'rs. feill Moore was hostess Id the Willing Workers ahd Senior WMA of the tJnily Baptist Church oh Monday night, (Dee. 15. Beaul!» fill yiiletide decorations were ih> evidence everywhere from the lovely mantle to the dining room. The program was opened with t/he group singing "The First Noel" arid "Joy To The World." Mrs. Louise Sinclair led in prayer. Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Tip Woods sdhg a duel "Silent Night" after which Mrs. Deatt /Murphy /gave art inspiring Christmas story. Mrs. Billy Dan Jones closed the program toy singing 'O Holy Night' Delicious refreshments of fruit cake, nuts, mints and coffee and spiced tea Was served to 19 members and two children present, Mrs. Roy Oagle voiced the closing .prayer, Junior Iris Garden Club Met Monday, December 8 . The Junior Iris Garden Club met on Dec! 8 in the Sixth Grade room With Wayne iMoses, president, pre- .siding. Brenda SmlUh, secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting and Mrs. Coy Breeding, club sponsor, introduced Mrs. A. \A, Albritton from the- Senior Iris Club. M'rs, Albritton had prepared a small "do-it-yourself" package containing all the material necessary for making a miniature Christmas corsage, With the help of Mrs. Breeding and Mrs. 'Albritton the children assembled little cqrsages TONITE 6:30 - 8:30 AENGIER Continuous Sat. From 12:43 Wilt And The Los* O+y Of Gold' 1 CLAVION MORE a THE IONE RANCCR 1H SIVEBHEE IS » mt. twnt nmiuun i > . •••, „ \ TONTO V?'-t.ty ' i*K , W££:.ff i: :;^NEVILLE BRAND • m •' ] ,»P£ERUSSPR(ll)UCIION'ra»j«!«iR08ERTE,K£NT.(«t,trii!irFREOF,SEWS' iLATE SHOW SATURDAY 11:00 p. m. ^ '''*.' -.' '*' ; X"i»?sj^ •r""THE qT-j^g-y^'^yyy^i"* ,'f*^^-^"''* • V 'T 1 ' **"^ 4 MlCKE-Y & SON ' l] ' wein V V^EW with the famed, j Family! .] ctf evergreen and berries. Al the close of the meeting the hostesses served Qhrlslrnas candies. 1%ere were 30 meitibers present. Mfs. Kehheih Witt HostesS to eirele Nurtiber 5 Circle fto. 5 nf the \VSCS of the First Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. Kenneth WUt for their annual Christmas party on ticc. In. at t:30 p.m. The scene was one of festivity and 'beautifully decorated pine tree, mantle and tables. The 18 guests seated themselves around the fireplace ahd Mrs. Ed Aslin in the absence of the chairman, gave the opening prayer and mado announcements. She read a lovely piece about giving at Christmastime and Mrs. Vic Henderson brought a new writing of the always beautiful Christmas slory, "Good News of Great. Joy." The Christinas missionary offering was collected and igifts exchanged after which the most original was voted and the prize ot a lairge cake baked iby Mrs, Aslin Was divided and given to two winners, Mrs. Lagroite Williams and Mrs. Lyle McMahcn, No games were played in order to give the members an opportunity to visit each other. The Circle received a call from Mrs. Cordelia Tiliery, a past chairman) wishing them a Merry Christmas. The guests served themselves from a table centered with a spherical arrangement of turquoise snow and crystal basket of (bright bulbs and laden with delicious sandwiches, nuts, candy canes with red ibows, delightfully decorated cookies and coffee. Industralisl Continued Ffom J*a|e dh6 of the Lebahclale Mills of l.ebnri- on. N. 1!. and George Mabbett S» Sons Co , of Plymouth, Mass. In Washington Goldflne Is ntf- fused of flouting Congress by re fusiiia to tell House investigators enough about his financial deal- Moon Con Be Seen 3 Times Tonight New Rocket Is the Same or p^rhftp* slightly more thatt the weight afiti thrust trie lAlr Fofdc dlsddsfcd for its CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AfJ—The project. In the Washington hearing tt was brought out Ooldtihe had ' macio gifts to former presidential aide shermnn Adams nnd other public officials. Adams denied there Was any wrongdoing ih the matter. He subsequently resigned his White House post. Goldfine stepped forwaid brisS- ly today when his name Was railed in District Court in the nation's capital. He pleaded "not guilty" in a firm voice. Judge John J. Sirica set his trial for March 10. Onidtliie had little to say,to re- •wrters and was unaware 1 at the '.Ime of the court action in Boston. In the Boston decision, Judge Wyzniiskl said he-will Impose sen- Cub Scout Pack 92 Has Christmas Party Cub Scout Pack 92 held their Christmas meeting and party at IBrookwood School Tuesday night, Dec. IB. After an opening prayer toy Gecil O'Sleen, Ken Rogers led the Hag ceremony. The following cubs were recognized for advancement awards: Jimmy Turner, Bobcat and Wolf, Randy O'Steen, Bobcat and Wolf; Edward Bode, Wolf and Gold Arrow; William Byers, Wolf; David Morris, Wolf; Stephen Ray Turner Wolf and Gold Arrow; Fred Lee XMAS SHOPPING? For Accessories that are Beautiful and "BOUND TO PLEASE" Shop The Fashion Shoppe 112 S. Main 7-5850 •I WHATEVER YOU (3IVE...U; Gtiiierrey. Bear; Sammy Strong, Bear and Gold Arrow; David Jones Bear and Gold Arrow; Rommel Nunn, Bear and Cold Arrow; Allen M'onts. Bear. Gold and Silver Arrow; Jerry Monroe, Bear and Gold Arrow; Keith Ryrd, Bear; Larry iDoii Wright, Silver Arrow under the Bear; Sidney Hollis, Gold Arrow under the Bear; Grandison RoysloiT, Lion, Gold ond three Silver Arrows. The following were given Denncr Awards; (Larry Don Brown, Fred Lee Gutierrey and James Cox. Assistant Denner Awards wonts to Edward Bode, Grandison Royslon, Jerry Bonds and Phillip Ward. Elmer Brown took charge oC a lively song period, followed by a Christmas choral reading by Deni 4. Cuibmastor Roland Robertson, with the help of the cubs, presented a humorous version of the poem "Twas The Night (Before Christmas." •Bob nnd Ray Turner led a package wrap relay game. A special solo "0 Holy Night" was #iven by Jim Citly, with iLulher Hollamon at the piano. Gifts were exchanged toy the cubs and refreshments of iced drinks and cookies were served. Coming and Going M'rs. Sceva Gibson left by plane Wednesday night JJrom -Texarkana to spend Christmas with Mr, and Mrs. Johnny.. Gibson, in St. Paul. big Atlas rockcl snteililo mny make three passages visible ovnr southern ttnilcd StnlCs tonight, the Smithsonian Astrophyslcal Obi Servatory reported todny. Dr. J Allen Hynek, associnte director, said the Hlhj !5lh ntul lOth orbits nround the World since its Cape CanaVernl launching Thursday should be Vlslbld ill slates, •Di, Hynck said "a very rough" timetable would indicate: that Ihc 3-lth passage woilld come Into visibility about 5:30 .p.m. EST ever Mississippi, traveling In a southeasterly direction over Alabama, Georgia and northen Florida, Since the rocket will be at its porolgee, or low polnl ( of about 115 miles above the earth, it would not be visible very far north. Dr. John Wllle, information officer, said there's a slight possibility that the rocket might be seen as far horth as Washington, D.C.— very . low cu the southern horizon. Since the Atlas was launched at an angle of 32 degrees to the equator It will never cross above a line drawn below the California- Mexican border to central Texas and to Savanah, Ga. In all instances, the satellite would be observed traveling in a generally west-lo-cast direction. Scientists said 11 should, appear extremely bright, reflecting the rays of the sun in the evening twilight, The second visible passage tonight and the 15th circuit stnco launching should begin about 7:10 p.m., EST, in western' Texan, cross southern Texas, pass south of Louisiana and over the Gulf of Mexico. The third visible passage tonight, it is estimated, would begin about 8:50 p.m., EST, coming out from over the Pacific Ocean, passing just below southern California, and crossing Mexico fairly close to Mexico City, The scientists assume that with the law point of the satellite's or bit occurring in the Northern Hemisphere it should hot be visible for more than 400 or 500 miles to the north of its overhead paS' sage, All moonwatch teams are being alerted, Thi-se sources brJIevd Ihc 5}>ul* Wk vehicle, with all motors nnd fuel, probably weighed nround 250,000 potihds al Inlifiehtttg time, this may liavc required slightly more rdckel engine llmist Hum Iha 000,000 pounds of tihntsl nhtiouhctid for the Atlns. Thd Atlas Is traveling west to tnsl, nt altitudes ranging from tlfl to 825 mllds. The men who built the Allns talked about pulling a man aboard another,otic some lime and sending it to Vciilis or Mars. Starkweather Musi Die in Choir . brnskd Suprehle Cmirl todfij* tip- held n tJIslricl C'olirl declslott find ordered mass-killer Chrii-les It. Starkweather to die. In thfi elficlMe Starkwather to die W the electric chair March $1, 1059, The high court Issued Us ordfcr bdard failed 111 the courts, which ruled lhal this would violate prn- visions ot bonajflity will and eauss the school to lost) grants of thp Do'tiaghcy Foundation. , The foundation provides a larsc part of the university's operating capital. L R. Board Selects a Superintendent LITTLE ROCK (AP.J—The Little Rock School Board last night picked Terrell E. Powell iis the nc\v Little Rock school superintendent, Powell succeeds Virgil'Blossom, whose contract wns (bought up by a former board before H resigned In November us a result of the intogrntion controversy. He has been principal of the now-closed Hall High School. Powell, a teacher and administrator since 1024, will got SBOO n month us superintendent. That Is $200 n month more 'than he hits been settlnt' as principal of Ihill but $300 *i month less than Blossom wns getting. In other discussion, school board member Ted L. Lamb aslced Dr. Carey Stabler, president of Little Rock University, to prepare a report on the merits of the university having its owii board. In addition to administering Little Rock's public school, the board members serve as trustees for the university, formerly Little 11ocl: Junior College. This arrangement wns specified under the will of the Into Cov. George W. Donaghey, whoset up the Donaghey Foundation to provide .financial aid fo rthe school. An attempt a tew years ago to place the school under a separate CHRISTMAS SPECIALS V6U eatt'l afford t6 mltft. Come by ahd make your appointment early, JANELL'S BEAUTY SHOP West Ave. B and Margaret St. David Spillers, .stationed near Chicago with the U. S. Air Force, is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs Julian Spillers in Texarkana and his many friends in Hope. Miss She Ha Poster will arrive in S'hreveport tonight from Ran- dolphiMacon and will be met toy her parents Mr. and Mrs. Vincent 'Foster. , | ] Lb. Box'/, 2,00 | 2 Ub, Box., 4,00 | Ward & Son 1 Druggist I ft GeMrtesy t Quality f SeivtceS HQ? We§S 2nO Phene 7r?892g Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Williams and son of Tahoka, Texas are coming tiiis. weekend to spend the holidays with Mrs. Jett Williams and Mrs, A. K. Holloway. On Sunday, JacJ< and Jimmy iHendrix will arrive from New York City to spend Christmas with their mother, Mrs. R. L, HendrU, Births Mr, and Mrs. G. O. Coleman of Long Island, N. V. announce the arrival of a son, James Craig, on Dec, IB. Mrs, Coleman will be remembered as the former Phyllis Williams, Paternal grandmother is Mrs, Otis Coleman of Prescolt and maternal grandmother is Mrs, Jett Williams oi Hope, Legal Notice JN TJiJS HEMPSTEAD COUNTY CHANCERY COURT HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION PLAINTIFF VS, NO. 815Q RUBY V, McFADDE.N ET AL • - DEFENDANTS WARNING ORDER The Pefendants, Ruby 8, Mcv Fartdcn, Ernestine M. Wilson, Willie Y, Taylor, Leon Jones, Herman Jones, Olivia McConico, T, P. Rooks, Jonc Norman and Mildred Doisedo, and each of them, are •hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty (30; days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff herein, WITNESS MY HAND and seal as Clerk of this Court on this 10th day ol December, 1958. CLARA BYERS, CLERK By; J. P, BYERS, p. C, iSEAD ' Doc. 12, 10, SCf, 1958, Jan, 8, 1959 m THE S'POTllCiHT DIXIE WIVE.JN ThliATRI Double thrill show A Sky Applications for Arkansas Stations WASHINGTON (AP)—The Communications Commission yesterday ruceisod an application from Independent Radio, Inc., of North HJttle Rock, Arkansas for a new standard station at DeWitt, Ark,, on 1470 Ijilocycles, 500 watts, daytime. tence Monday, BOSTON (AP) — Industrialist Bernard Goldfine was convicted of criminal contempt today for failure to comply with a federal court order to produce bouks of the Lebanon Mills, Lebanon, W, II. in connection with a probe of his tux affairs. U.S. Judge Charles E. Wyzan- ski Jr. handed down the decision The 67-year-old Goldfine was acquitted on two counts regarding books of Lebandale Mills of Lebanon N H., and George Moffutl and Sons Co., of Plymouth, Mass, Goldfine's secretary, Miss Mildred Papcrman, was convicted ot criminal contempt in connection with records of the St'rathmore Mills of Boston and the Northfield Mills of- NorlhfleJd, VI, Stereo-Phonic Phonograph Automatic 4 speed record changer, portable Hi-Fi. Equipped to play Stereo records, $89.95 Matching Speaker . . 16.95 MONTGOMERY WARD PHONE REPAIR SERVICE Between Now and December 31, 1958 this ad is good for 10% Discount , on any TV Repair. •' BAKER'S EASY PAY STORES 212 E, 2nd, Hope, Ark, Why Be Satisfied .., With Loss Than The Best? — Buy A Now *— POULAN POWER SAW — From — W. D.HULSEY Washington, Ark. Try These and You Wont Own Any Other after HWW bf atMehce, aft autom^tie for all dftfllh l6h(Mic*s dowh Ifl NWaflks. He had ber-n scheduled to die last Wednesday. Starkweather was convicted* ol first-degree murder, nnd murder while iti perpetration of robbery* of Ttdberl Jensen, if, n Benftetli Web., hlgfr school student, tlefiseil fell Victim to Stnrkwealhcf dtlr"* Ing fl killing spree last JanUfli-y in which Id persons wore staiH. CORNER STORE 2nd & Main Sfs, Open Every Day 'Cent Sunday TIL XMAS SEE OUR TOYS Plenty of 99c Handbags 2.99 Sissy Blouses Girls Sizes 7 to 14 Sissy Blouse 2.49 Give him what he really wants! 98 AC/DC complete with. - travel case New oreico Its Rotary Blade Shave Has Made It , (The Largest-Selling Shaver In The World! L Tnstead of ptaching off whiskers, Norelco strokes them off ^ with famous self-sharpening rotary blades, k Whisker-root close, Norelco is still the easiest on a ™ man's .face., \& New no'iseless high-speed motor won't heat up, never needs' 7* dilihg. -f £1 S k Easiest'isha'vel- to clean —flip-top head springs open »tj P touch «f a s button, See the new Norelco Speedshaver demonstrated liv« on the Steve Allen and Jack Paar shows, NBC-TV SPECIAL FOR HIS (31 FT 3 ON(_Y ALL WOOL GABARDINE TOPCOATS jted by Clothergft gt $50,00 TOCtOSiOUT Group MEN'S TIES AT SPECIAL PRICES MgnyJmpQ/tgd Fqi?ris§ $2,OQ Ties ,^$1,25; $ 1,50 Ti§-§,, 4 $L(*" - ' i&™ > yi r v •^fe

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