Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Tws H 0 P I STAR, HO PI, ARKANSAS TY Phona 7-343! SetWesn 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. ! vr-lvrl hovl bands. ' The ushors were Rill Barger of SeaiT.v. Robert Prrslosky of Sttitt- | gnrt. and John Davis of belle Plain, I Kansas. The groom's brother. WiJ- laid Pate of Memphis. i as best man. tirrs before the exchange. I'lm--. f n high scores during the nftcfiior-I wote won hy Mrs M. M. McClrn shan rind Mrs H. C. Whit- Worth A sal.-id plate with coffee WBS > tho hostess, carrying out Calendar Ti»nn.. the bride's mother wore a dark the ChM«tniris (hemp wool suit with blue accessories. Mrs. Pate wore n urey suit with DOROTHY Kannot Koritinug hivcndel accessories Their eor- biird of Ft. Maynrd, N. M.. Miss SOROS were blue and lavender ery- m, v , * n . ., . . I Monte Oliver of Dallas, Texas, and 1 Rahlhemums. Tho \ounfi Peoples I)pparlnru'nl ,,. , o ff . T ., o) , of First Methodist Church will pre- 1)lis " tlirl )f n " lsn< Okln ' sent a NnlhVity Scene. Tuesday and Wednesday beginning at G Miss bevelyri Ball H6h6f«d With Miscellaneous ,p,m. until 8 p.m. each night. Saturday, 27 Miss Gladys Arnelte MctJougald, Mr. bonaid Pat pate Wed in Cahdlellaht A miscellaneous bridal After a wedding dip to Jlotjfor Mist Rcvolyn Ball was given Springs and Memphis. Tenn.. the on Dee. 1R in the horn? of Mrs. couple will resume their studies at! F. n Tipitort, with Mrs, Carl Harding College whore they plnn I Hi cenlee and Mrs Dcwey fiaber I to graduate in June. co-hostesses. The hbnoj'ee, I . . .1 Among the out of Miss Gladys Arnette McDoiigald.! | nncling lhp wc dclinK Among the out of town guests at-| dressed in n turquoise frock of . collar one wil be held nl the E in nncl , da "fi" lc ' r f)f Mr ' anrl Ml-s ' Ij I?epso dell Clark and and those""1' ^"^ll^Searcy ^"^"ll. of Hope. maid Pat Pate, son of: and Mrs B. W. Pate of Stutt- < Mrs Gr-orge Peck. Notice an arrangement of five dlr ""« omtnl £venl M g Shade dootl Neighbors Club Enjoys Christmas Luncheon A Christmas Luncheon was held were Mrs, Ar- winter cotton, was presented a Christmas corsage, as \vertj Her mother. Mrs. A. C. Ball add Mrs. Burke Henry of Texarkah,i, mother of the groom-elect. In the midst of beautiful mas decorations, several were played by the group. Miss Kill received many pretty and refresh* • i « bors Dub in the hnmn nf Mve \\hite Chustmns trees of varying ., s LIUD '" lne nom c 01 MIS. II1 ' " ustlfl ' 1 «' ris nnd merits \\ere served to 21 guests. heights and four seven-branched . eniidelabrns. Herbert Dean offic- •H-'ipe -Duplicate Bridge Club will: | n tod at the double-ring ceremony. ' A Harding Choral group directed by G. K. BafiKPtt hummed "Reverie" and sang "Because" and "O Pcr- not meet until Jan. 5. fect Love" in addition to "Paith- ,Misses Sheila a, n d Sharon Foster Hold'Opeh House Misses Shelln and Sharon Poster'/ u | nnc | True" the wedding march held Open House in the home of r , IK | the recessional, their parents. Mr. and Mrs Vincent Kscoited by her father down an Foster, from eight to ton p m. on, a Mc luierl with single white tapers December 21 The throe reception placed on the ends of the pews, the rooms were decorated in colors of bride, wore an ankle length prin- recl. green. :md gold. ce^s dross of white lace over taf- In the dining room, the table was! fetn, a dainty crown of small covered with a Christmas red cloth pearls, and a veil of white tulle. The home was beautifully decorated in the Christmas motif with a beautiful Christinas tree. Sweet Home HOC Enjoys Pasty Sweet Home Home Demonstration Club met at the church Dec. -,, r. ' * ... . UOM ^IUU HIL'l ill U1U LIHMUI1 -UtJU. he afternoon meeting beg.-»n by ! in fnr thp lTlonlnIy mcetlng ntld " and was centered With tin arrangement of candles, fern, and tiny colored balls. Silver table appointments completed the setting. Sho carried a bouquet of white gardenias. The maid of hqnor, Miss Clare IVIcDougak!, n sister of the bride, .Rod punch and coffee were'wore a pate blue taffeta sheath pcrvcd at opposite ends of the tablo -with an empire lace bodice and car- 'by Misses Julia Peck, Suzanne Sommervillc, Ginanne Graves, Barbara' Guthrie, Lanelle Fuller, and 'Jan Hobison. About 150 young people caUed riod a blue and white bouciuot. The bridesmaids, Misses Sonjn and Lominda McDougnld, sisters of the bride, and Miss Margie Clark of Hope, wore dresses of lilac, during the appointed hours. These orchid, and lavender and carried included Miss Sydney Slack, Mack small bouquets which accented the Moore, Jack Nolin, J. O. Buckley, | colors of the drosses. The at- Gary Gi'oss, and Butler Fuller, all tondants won.' matching lace jack,of Arkaclclphia, Miss Carolyn Mib-j ets and short veils clasped by flnt singing Silent Night" and devotional was read from Luke II by , . ldent ? "ckDeVcnnoy followed with . lf , H Thr , nin ^ hvmn p ,, o Thf hby( n 1S ' Joo . MonUn -. , , J rume All Yc Faithful." was fol- The business session consisted of election of officers for the new CU ' Secretary and Treasurer. Mrs. Howard Garner and reporter Mrs. Vernon McMuntrey. Games were enjoyed by 10 inem- by Mrs. gavn the tiunal from I.uke t-4fl-.'>3 and Mrs. Hix Loe read a poem "Be The Bes! of Whatever You Are " Names were drawn for secret pal.s Miss Lylia Grimes ft Pres- Venney and four children. Mrs. Bob McCormack won a prize and Mrs, Martin won the door prize. There was an exchange of, gifts which every one enjoyed. Mrs. B. L. Rettig Entertained • Choir of First Christian Church On December 21, Mrs. B. L. Rct- tig entertained the choir of tho, First Christian Church with a party at the Diamond Cafe. Warm greetings to Luther Hollamon, choir director and organist, were ex- Gifts were exchanged nicely decorated tree. Refreshment of cookies, candies and nuts antl drinks were enjoyed by 13 members and three children. Mrs. C. A. Phillips will be hos,t- Dear Dorothy folx: Before my. wife die'l, =i-< month !av>. her friends called almost eve- r.v clay for coffee a vl eaKR. Now ihcv claim that becausa I'm alone II wouldn't be p'oper for them to continue the practice Do you see anything wfohg in it? C;A.F. Dear C.A.F.: Evert ah ihhoccnt kaffec klateh can look sinister to suspicious neighbors. Ladies who visit lonesome \victo\Vefs are bound to be obieets of gossip: Let the ladies invite you, It will do you good to gel out of the house and sample smeone else's cooking, Dear Dorothy Dix; I've developed a mad crush oh a senior who 'plays footba.ll, is oh the track team, active in other the U. S. Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Prescott and son, John Denton of McCasklll are spending the Christmas holi' days with Mr. and Mrs. James McFadden of Gainesville, Flo. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bowden and son of Houston, Texas are spending the Chri&tmas holidays with IMrs. C. D. Latiterbach and Mr. and Mr. Dick tbaulerfaach in Mope and with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bow- tlen in 'Shrevepor.t, La. 3 Bouncing Babies for Young Couple Calif, (AP)— Whon the stork blesses two teenagers with three bouncing softs, nil Ifi one pWoop, how's it go? "Pine." says David, her IB- year-old husband. And the. triplet boys? Well, three can't bawl any louder than one, say their dod and mom, Not much, anyway. There's tto sleepingi, Unvid a mils, through a three'alarm clamor at 'i a.m. So he gets up, when lie can't avoid It, to supply the third hand which Llhdti somo« times can use. In the three months since John- nie. Oavie and Slevle arrived, tftifcgg have gone well. &0 majqf illnesses, no family Crises. But the young parents haVP made some changes. , tJavid left college and is work-, ing for a dairy. Lihda is studying at home, between household Chores,, so she can graduate from flediahds High nefcl Jutte. The mother has her hands full. Slit they're good babies,- "They sleep most o fthe titney' sho says. It's no breeze to take oil a hill-' blown lamily _ori $300 a month. The couple got a big boost, though Ij-Oitf a television prOgfrfiffi ort which' Linda appeared.' She won" a year's supply of teaby food; elothihg for the bdy? arid a hitm- ber" of dthei- Useful Itehis, ihchtd* ing a year's diaper sci'vice. fiihda feels her rolo isn't ttiucti diffefeift from Wat of most mothers. "Three' or one," she "it's all the same," Will this be theli- family? ''ft doesfit matter, Linda "Silt I'd really like a girt. 1 ' Miss Judy Hammons of Dallas spent the past weekend wtih, ;her parents. M'r. •'and-Mrs. 'Foy Hammons. Pfc. David iMcKenzie of Hawthorne, Nev. and (Mrs. Ijynii JF. ess for the January meeting with i Ross of Batesyille are in Hope the clothing leader in charge of the program and demonstration. of the Movie Camera in the Ward & Son Contest is: Sue Mullins, Rt. 4, Hope, Ark. Ward & Son Drug Store Mrs. Tom Duckott Entertained Primary Sunday School Class The Primary Sunday School Class ol' the Garrett Memorial Baptist - v .....~. ».,.», ,,. j-iuuto^, VVU1 U fA- i*-,, . . . . „_ pressed with the gift of an electric C . hl ' J ; ch , J™ 8 , onlel ' t ; lii 7 e< ; 1 Monday A Merry Christmas to Everybody can afford this ! ALL-NEW ALL-STEREO MODEL 563 HI-FI PHONO §lp|i$li^!'« gjhgr p!as§i 8KB IT^US&fl IT-T9DW Only 179,95 blaiilcct. Tho serving table was prettily decorated with- holly and Christmas candles. Mrs. \V. E. Harris presided at tho silver service, nnd tasty snacks wore also served. Service' Class of First Christian Church Enjoys Christmas Party The Service Class of the First night at the home of, their tca'gher, Mrs. Tom Ducketl. Assisting* was the associate teacher, Mrs. James R. Rowe. A sugar plum tree,i<Sunta and his Reindeer and other .pretty Christmas .arrangements -were used throughout the Duckett home. The six boys and eight girls formed lines and marched around Mie pretty Christmas tree singing carols, each timo the singing was Christian Church had its annual called to w halt the boy" o'r i,;giii Christmas party on Thursday, December 18, in the home of Mrs. Roland Pearson. The living room was festive with Yulotide decorations. Gifts wore distributed from a pretty tree by Mrs. Charlie Cox, nearest the tree received' 7 ':their present, Cookies and cold drinks-' were served from a ta'ble covered" with -a festive cloth. As a climax the real live Santa who acted as a feminine Santa I Clans came and gave toys, gum and candy to the children. Santa Clans. Christmas cards .were prepared is-a sly-ole fellow, 'but 'Mrs. Jim by tho class for. the members who I Erwin caught him — on .the cam- were'out-of-town. Mrs. H. C. Whit-! era that is'. worth presented a story entitled "An Old-ftjme Ipwa Christmas." | , , CaHe and coffee were served to 19, Coming and Going KXAR Employees Enjoy Holiday Gathering 'Mr, and Mrs. iBruce Duke of Bouthgnte, Calif., arrived in Hope last Friday ito see Mr, and Mrs. ,j- „< ,c? J 1 . , , ,, _ HlftV fllLUlT III) bt-'U iVll, clUU mi 5, TmW hn y "H hl ' Ul ° L ' B ' ! Harold Duke and Mr. and Mrs.'Ed -oe home- was the scene of a holiday gathering of the KXAR stuff. After a delicious buffet clin- ncy served in an attractive sotting of 15 tested their skill in,,identify- Pcrceli. Mr. and .Mrs, V. A, Keith and Mr, and Mrs. Charles Tutt K an,ct family all of iDallas were weekend guests of Mrs, E. G. Coop and with Dr. and (Mrs. Jim .McKeiizie for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones of 'Malvern were Sundfay.guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Rufus F. Sorrells. 'Mr. and .'Mrs. Buddy -Sutton and children of Payetteville are yisit- ing Mr. and Mrs. Pentecost and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sutton. Dr. and Mrs. iNeil E. ; Crow and 1 children arrived Sunday night to visit Dr .and Mrs. F. C. Crow, (Mr. and (Mrs. Bobby Jones of Dimmitt, Texas, are holiday guests of Mr. and IMrs. C. W. Brid'gers. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O'Steen have as their' holiday guests I"t. (Herbert Green and children of Noitfolk, Va. (Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Green of Mail-shall, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Green of Longview, Texas. ..'•' .Hospital'Notes Branch Admitted: Benson (Foster, Hope; Mrs, Esther Ward, Hope; Calvin Ellis, Rt. 3, Hope; M'rs. BOUe Schmitt, Rt. 2 Hope. Discharged: Mrs. H. O, Grisham. Hope; Mrs. J. B, Beckworth Si". Rt. 2, Hope, ., Mr. and Mrs. Billie Schmitt announce the arrival of a ba'by boy, Dec, 23, 1958, ' 'sports, : gobd looking popular among students -and teachers, I'm sure he doesn't know I'm alive.'What can I do to make him notice me? —Sjbil, Dear Sybil; To football heroes, crushes are a nickel a hundred. Each other frosh and soph in high school probably adores the boy — and- he knows it. Face it, girl, you haven't a chance. Don't you kids ever notice the shy, tinnthletlc* studious boys? Try, it some time — they arc well wo nth the trouble. , ' Dear Dorothy Dix: My boy friend isn't too good- looking but has many fine qualities such as neailness, consideration and a sense of hiunoi-, that appeal 'to me more than looks. My parents approve of him but my girl friends ,think he's dull and unattractive. Should I keep on seeing him? — Dulcy. Dear Dulcy: Arc you dating to please yourself or your friends? Evory man' can't be a Rock Hudson but the qualities of your boy friend are much to be preferred to mere good looks. As long as M'om and' (Dad like him, don't worry about your >pals. Maybe they are just jealous. Dear Dorothy Dix: I'm very fond of a tooy who likes me, although his parents deny it. On his birthday I sent him some money and; a note, asking him ito come 1 over. He returned the money ibu't k'ept' the note. How can I get- to know him better? — M. 0. ' .: Hf 'he ever liked you She sure doesn'.t now. Sending money to< 'a casual acquaintance for his birthday was -a ibrccch of conduct. i'm sure, ho can never for.- i;i've H — - and il. donlt' blame him. Before you pull any more 'boners like this, »rea.d, some of the boolcsi recommended in my leaflet, "Teen agers' Book Shelf." A stamped, self-addressed envelope will bring it to you. " " Send your problem to Dorothy Dix. Be sure to enclose a stamped self addressed 1 envelope and address her in care of Hope Star. . , . . mg songs nnd artists on record.n S8 . , Ml , nd Mrs . Tom w jr dlnw .i nd Jhey also fmmd themso vcs "on stage" in another game when they ' . , visltccl wllh othor re i nUveg Jn / the t , ily were foreed''to do some' quick "nd libbto-g," Clever prizes resulted, and novelty gifts wore, exchanged. Mrs, R, E;. Cooper E,nter-tpins Bridge Club When the Friday Bridge Club met with Mrs, R. E, -Cooper on Dec, 59, a Christmas party was enjoyed by the club members. The •pretty Christmas decorations included a tiny .tree on n three-tiered ta-blo. The tree svas on top and Mr. and Mrs. SUioien Abrpham- and children. Beck, Anil' and Me- qan of Eut'aula, Ala,, are spending tho Christmas holidays with jr'e,la- tives in Arkndolphla and with,'Mrs. C. C. iMc-Neill and. Miss Suzfjnne McNeill, J 1 * K * '51 $ Luther Ho)lamon w!a.s at the Centra) Christian Church,' in Tcxarknna, iM'onc|a,v evening at; toe wedding of Miss Jane ibildy '/and AENGER TQNITf 6;30 - 8:00 IIO-PIATTER PABAPB.L HQT NgW §QNQ HITS I Mgtinse ,,, 2;00 p, m, tho gifts wove plpced on tho lower IMt-Kjm Williams, and also pi w ' ' - for (he reception which followe at the Tcxarkana. Country '.Club, The bride is the daughter of?Mv, and Mrs. Goodlott DUciy, of Jlope, Martin 'Pool Jr, attejided 1 ttie Di.butnntc Ball nt the Ho,lel in Hot Spj'igs on night, ut which time his coijsin, 'Miss 'Lou Noll Co.\, \vps formally ^presented. Mr. and M.VS. Buster SntiWv of Baliiia/ Calif, in/re sister, il\'{r. ^. 'L. Bavteo Bartee. ' ' Cecil Bittle Jr, s\n Olson of the U.S. Navpl Air in San piegs, cajif, are Oiristmas with JVJr, !in4 Mi's,' }3ittlo iii Hppe. M'rs. o.-H. ftla^sh Pi and Dr, and Mrs. Rodger and daughter, pacolyn «f F,^8,8» arcl, .^ r . M, are holidpy gyg§t§' of and Mrs, Mr. ajid M,rs, Okla. were Sunday and Miss Monte OJi .Smith.,, po,th of ing -Mr. -and *JfS. wv.' $n$ iMrs,- W- P.' and sou rtf iUttl? gopk^ ing his motb,er,"j&|rs, ^. ' I To the Finest People | In the World i- "Our Customers and Friends" ;,< I A Hearty Good Wish For Christmas | H ,qnd)The New'Year * | While irvtown shopping/ eat your, % I Christmas Eve Luncrrat-the | § ' ' " .Ideal Cafe,' '.,''" ' | | WE WILL BE SERVING | 0 BAKED TURKEY g V r > ^ ' J A ! IDEAL CAFE | | Mr, and Mrs, Dqve Stroud J |Nji?^»a»>tS)»ygt?)a9iaifflk^ We wish t6 thank evefyetie who taok in putting eut the fire on the G, W, Jdhhson's " 'P farrrt. , - - . < Mr. and'Mrs, Basil Ridec & HAPPINESS Dosogt: to be take n -time/ throughout ' , * Deeply appreciative of your confidence in us during the past year, we pledge ourselves to maintain ' the highest standards of professional service in , the year to come; and extend to you. our warmest Holiday Greetings and best wishes' for your : health and happiness in 1959. JOHN P, COX DRUG CO. We Give S&H Green Stamps • A Merry Christmas to All Add Enjoyment to the Season, •---•"•--'-'^.Tjwr €ffif f $|ni«i> Gift List »•*«, -'i'V-' !,,' / "' - 1 ' ,' -'' '.' f%sg¥itl^«J •"**Ur e .

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