Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1958 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 23, 1958
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, ItSI H d P t S T A R | H (5;P I, ARKANSAS f a|« NfM • Greetings to our Friends Jimmy and Grace Cook 4 f '* . ''-*{ f if Vx; \ -^ > ;..! y Christ iniis 9 Everyone! Frank and Fay Russell Prescott News Party Held By InsuMRee __ noon of IWr- annual Chr'itmns moot- arid Milt the ftias parly for "staff hiemtoors. their husbands atid .wives of the Pres- Soft iflsufflHee' Ageiwiy and the •firm of MeRetlzie, iMCikae & Tompkins on Tuesday evening in the name of iMrs. Thdrne Westerly. Silver leaved, pink Christmas ornaments and pink hydrangeas were placed on the mantel that Was covered With angel hair over ipink. On each end 'holders holding ,pink gel hair oVcr pink also covered the tog at the .piano and was intermingled with gold ornaments. A pink Christmas tree and pink candles In crystal holders completed the decorations. Several games were flayed with Ma's. Adam Gulhrle it, Winning the prize. Miss Noi'Vellc Wren and B. A, Warren won the door prizes. Refreshments were served from the dining table laid wilh a while linen cloth decorated with red felt poinsetlias. A Santa Glaus, .while tapers, red reindeer and red Christmas ornaments on a slyrofoam base formed til ecenterpieces. A while cake 'Was decorated in red and green and topped With the inscription "'Merry Christmas" and a red reindeer. The ibuff'el was graced with a Christmas 'arrangement, a Santa and his reindeer rind a lighted church. iPrcsent 'for 'the occasion were •Mr. and Mrs. 'Adam Guthrie Jr., Mr, and iMrs. J, W. Barham, 'M'rs. and IMrs. Bill Gordon, 'Mr. and (Mrs.. Gary Kolba, Mr. 'and 'Mrs. «- of with their bountiful supply or reel horrlfs on. Ihe porch table, miici- 1 i?uc'?ts IPC! the Christinas spirit beforo en!or- iiig the living room which was festive with decorati ms of Iho season. Silvered pine coii-;, red bo- w'elcomed as a n&w rncrtlbtjr. kflFC balrymple read ft Christ* JnaiJpoerii and thfe tSiHstrhflS Ittff? fronts.-Luke nnd there wts A gttl tj»- charge, Dainty refres-htnents were SerVed* from the dining lablc spread with «i rhrislmns cfctth centered with a mirunlure sleigh filled \vllh -Bi-tch- ory Mrs Sill Gates and Mrs. Net 1 tig served. There were 10 members and 4 Kuesl, Mrs W. L IsoW, present. Chevrolet CbrhpaHy Has Annual dinner The H. B. De tLnmar Chevrolet Co. entertained M'ith the nnmtfll Christmas parly for employees rttid J-ies and greenery interspersed J families Tuesday night nt the Le- With lights, graced the m.ititel mid •and a huge red burning candle surrounded with greener/ was on held with gilded leaves. Other arrangements of red and pink rose were sprayed Wilh silver. Mrs. ft, T. M'urvy, vice president, presided over the meeting and condiicled a shovt business' dcm JJanner, G. 13. Chlstn, Lloyd session. Grimes, Wayne Turnci', hay Me* Hut. decorated with tradition- ill Christmas decorations, A buffet supper was served from tables' covered with red Christmas cloitlhs and decorated iwllh red s. Gifljs .were exchanged an orilamenlcd Christmas U'ee. Employees and their families. present were Berjiie CalllcoU, The program was under the direction of Mrs. J. W. Teeter, who told of Christmas customs in other lands and a mimiber of Christmas legends. She also gave the origin of many of our Christmas carols, followed by the group sinking each carol. Mrs, J. V. Pore and Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton sang a.s a duet "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Gifts were distributed from a pretty silvered tree. Guests were invitdo into the dining room where Mrs. J. B. Hesterly and 'Miss Lillie Butchur served from the table cjVured with a cutwork cloth and centered with a lovc-ly arrangement of white net, spangles and red Christmas ornaments. The .buffet held a white IB, A.-Warren, Mr.'audits. Ernest n . el . c hrlslmn» tree (Innkcd u,th Jamessom Miss Nm'Onlln-Wi-on-anH lfl:! red canttles. Amm?{-: monts and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Coc, Bill mncic by others than the hostess, and John, Mrs. Violet Coe, and Jamessoni, Miss Norvelle Wren 'Miss 'Berna IHttt. Euzelion Class Has Party The home of -Mrs. Edward Bryson was beautifully decorated in the Christmas, motif, on Tuesday evening for the 'annual Christmas party of the Euzelion Class of the 'First Baptist Church. Blue angels were placed on an entrance table. A bowl of gold .and. silver leaves encircled with gold beads adorned the fire place mantel, A lamp table iheld an articicial 'fountain filled with holly nnd an arrangement at Kelvey. Jimmy Duke. Jess Hays, J> W. Loo, J. T. Worthlngton, iMrs. It. fl. DcLamtvr, 'M'r. and (Mrs. B. A. iDeLamar. [Mrs. A. B. Berry 61''ToJ:arkana was a guesl. \ - . •'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jamison Entertain •Mr. and iMrs. Krncst Jaj«isoii bnlorUUned members o fthe Cor- Jiisli -Moj-nwrry mid the Cornish's flowers arid their families with a dinnor at the (Broadway Hotel on Wednesday night. 'An arrangement of holly flank- lid .by white candles centered the ta'ble. A miniature sleigh tilled With gifts, a Santa Clans and reindeer completed the decorations. ^Covers were laid for Dr. J. D. Cornish, IMr. and Mrs. Tillman MpBrayur, Und.a Gail and Dwight -brought-by Mrs. K. M anc! Mrs. Dallas Atlcins. Serving a:> hostesses for the'ocuasi M with MI-S. White were Mrs. H. F,. Don-is and Mrs. Jesse Crowe. Miss LuUe Butcher was a guesl Firemen Have Christmas Party Member of the Proseotl Fir a Department, their 1 wives mid guest Elect Bert Wingfield and Mrs. swing-field and Walter Hirst, a retired fireman and e--:-postni em- iployec, gathered"'at Ihe Davis Cafe- holly and red candles centered the ' Tuesday evening for the annual dining table. An impressive devotional was given toy Mrs. O, 'R. Wilson that was followed with the Lord's Prayer repeated in unison. Christmas Christmas party. The- tables-were decornter holly and candles. A Christmas tree was decorated and placed at the head of the table. Chief CPU- iMiss Grace Dawning, Mr. and Mrs. Jfvrnison, iLiurry and Murtin. A gif.t exchange was- enjoyed during UH> evening. Letter Carriers and Auxiliary i," y^ye. a Party The Letter Carriers and their Auxiliary hold an annual covered dish stepper at the'Legion Hut that WHS, jCesUve wllii holiday dccorat- loris,.'Ali arrangement, if Nanclmas •tind ,Sunta Cla-us lopped the fire-. pKico maii'cl. Tlu serving la'blc he!J a neuter piuae of snow burins and tjold fjMpoi flunked \iy with re< ' candles, There was a- gift ex- Ihfc s6cr6!firj' dic f»j- «t* i cah- went d 10 dip . , ." ,CftM*IWA» tree and. pink fds»r-e0Hterttrt 'the dining' Uible. Ned globes IH Uie tabk< lamp east rt suft.ttlow bVcr the scene, Mfs, Cffrthtbct-lfllh ,,wns, assisted IH serving.- H}f«!shmrnU in the ChristrHfts Jtiolif by hcit- jtt-nnd- daiiBMdr. Stacy Lee Johnson to ! the 2o Buests" ' WedneitUy, Bridge clul) is MiiteftAlfied ^by Mrs. Negdtt The lioitio.of Mrs, Solati ttcgnn u-ns bdntltlftlliy decorated id the theme dii .Wtdhesday aftetnaon when she chl&i'talncd the \Vudnus- day Undue Club. The manicl WHS topped with .{ji'eehor.\ , cnhdlea and ijlne (Sones. (J-rcehery entersporsed with candles, Clu-isl.uas oriinmuitls nnl ilankeil by c.tiiM of Magnolia jnd red leaves decorf.ted the bonk e.ise. The liosless presented jtifts f'om A plhk Ciuislrmu true 'In- h'f'lf sooi'c tttlte wm wort by Mrs, Dallas AUiis Ouesls Int tided kU-s, 'Bo) Reynolds, Mrs. Bo'b Yaibrough, Olhi), 1 members were Mrs. ' Gus MiiCaskiil, Mrs. H..H. -McKciw-ie, Mrs. Blaln Hays, (Mrs. Basil 'Munti and Mrs. Jim Nelson Spiritual *Llf2 Groiiu Meets With Mrs, I mon Gee The tleccmber meeting of the Spiritual Life Group of the First Methodist Church met on Wednesday morning in lha home of Mrs. Cbntlnuo'd on 'Page Ten carols were sung and games were ningham asked the group to lake directed by the president, Mrs. Watson Buchanan. Gifts were distributed from a beautifully decorated tree. Pr e soott Garden Club Has "•Annual Christmas Par;/ The home of Mrs. Wat White Jr, was the scene Tuesday ai'tcr- 1 [-y:,^; ^3^ (,<>;&*•«'%,(- their places at the table. Barrel! Whitmarsh delivered th» Uoh. After "which a turkey "dinner was served. A gift exchange followed the meal. , M'ayor Curds \yard gave n slioit talk and exprfes^cd his ippreein- tion for cooperation rccenud nom the department. Mayor-elect Bert Wnlgfield also spoke to the group and. asked for their cooperation during ithc coming years, r.inijt fro t. a bc'.tutifuliy decorated Christmo'S .tree. 'Mr. pnd 'Mrs. Loyce Anderson sihowed pictures, of their. ,trip to C $ tornia latlL summer, -wticre attended Ui2 letter carriers convention Present were .'Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McGuire and Don, Mr, and Mrs. J. L.' C,je and Bill and* John. Mt. and Morii'. "Lr-ey, Arlis \Vaync, Mr. and M'rs. 'Aniicrs'on and 'nav- ici, Mr. and Mrs. ftalp,h,^ Harris were uiiiVblc to attend dti'c to illness. Mr. and Mrs. Chaniherland Entertain Choir Members of the Choir, of..the First Methodist. Church were en.- lertained wilu an oppn |iou,'ie gfv- «n by Mr. qn:l Mrs. Vuul Cham- Rose Garden Club Meets With .Mrs.' Carl Dalrymple The home of Mvf Curl Dalry- imple was beautifully decorated in the pink and silver motif on Tuesday afternoon for the Deccm-' nesc'ny evening following ber mooting of (he Rose Garden , pi.<clice Club, Mrs. Byron Moc-dy was us- sis'ting hustess. The president, Mrs. A. M, conducted the business session aljadurnud with red candles, ( orna- which time Mrs, Wny<)0 Kley was menls und minniuru reindeer. On Along with the many present! under your tm, pleast accept 1 1 * , •«r btst wishes for • Merry, Christmas! Dick, Dee & Jo Ann Turnoge *&• J& JM.ay your .holiday abound with >' lasting happiness — And your heart be filled with 133 XG Form u / the greatest gladness. On the entrance hall lull gold tap* rs emclicd a Nativity scone plttced on « table. The mantel was MAY YOUR HOLIDAY 1 BE BRIGHT AND, GAY AS CHRISTMAS BAUBLES! Western Auto Store Hpp<? Arkansas TO OUR FRIENDS 4

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