Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 29, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, December 29, 1958
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Pa§§ f wa H Prescott News Mr. dfid Mrs, Csfl 1'ho homr of Mr nnrt Ml-* fill •ball-yinplc \vns beatilitully deem- fliecl in Ihe pink nhd silver Ihcmo on Tuesday evening uhcn they celebrated thrir 25th weclditifj nn- liiVorsni-Jr. A pink and silver -wreath \v;is filaced on the fronl door and fiuosis wore greeted by Miss Kulhenne (Biiehniinti, On ihe hull tnblc a pink srncdnllion fothied the ibnctagmund for thi-ee large (link candlrs on a slyrofonm .bnse, a large pink bell and 'a potted poinscttin On •another table Was a rose Christ inns tree ornnhiented with roses. in n corner of t.he hall pink ornaments adorned a huge silver Christ Mas tree. A pink mid silver arrangement flanked ,by sUyei tnpcis in crysltil holders and' whHo angels •lopped the mantel. -T^ie sfiiirw.-iy \vns onUviiied wJth greenery nncl •at intervals huge silver bells \\ers Inihfi. Miss Sally ftand and Muss Maiy (Frances Harrison dispensed com- iiesies in Hie bed room. Silver pine re net silver candles lied with pink bow- ,-inrl jnse ornaments uere placed on Ihe bedside -table. On thr> clu-M of drawers rt (link | fan and three pink candles (in a silver base were nf special inter- ji-st. A hiifip silver condle on a I silver ibasr encirele with Christinas decoiations was placed before a pink medallion 011 the dresser. 'MV nnd Mrs. Cm ! LJnli.vmple and son Carl Jr.. received their •KiH'sts in the living room. Mrs. Ofilr.vmplo was clinrmJng in ,'i blue rhii'fon dress. She pinned a fiink I'carnation corsage at her shoulder. |l.,nnp 111 bit"! hold pink cnt-nnlions | in crysl.nl vases, nnd a large cry- I Mai cablet filled with pink nnd islhei ornainonts. Pink candles in 1 sUver Imlders tied with pink net |CluislinnS tree decorated with ,pink i ruses was placed on the se.crotnry | Miniature choir boys rind girls' on 1 a st.vro/omn base encircled with silvered cedar burning silver tapers with a pink medallion back- RiT.ii.'id /'raced .•mother tables. A silver mistletoe kissing rin.g was suspended in the door wa\ into the dining room where tho lafele \vns spiend with a fit/Or leh- [JtiH pink Tici cloth over pink laf-> feta. White Christmas trees hung from each corner. The centerpiece was silver candelabra Jvi1d- ing burning pirik candies* thai bast a soft glow over the scene at the base were streamers of silver and pi'ik roses Mis if 6 Dairy- triple and 'Mrs. W. W. fterger of Little fiork presided at the coffee am) tea services. Other hospitalities were dispensed by Mrs Vei- tion feuchanan. All members of the house .parly wore pilik carnation corsages. HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA ^C_^_^ Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance Ours la .1 locnl Institution, owned and operated by local s, and we're here to help YOU with your loan problems haye many facilities and we Invite you to use them FRED 0. ELLIS Secretary • « • • 209 S. Main St. Phone 7-4661 Me. and Mrs. HayHle Mr and Mrs. Brp/.ic Haynie en- twtained with a Ghiislmas giarly at llfiynles frfljsy Queen on Tuesday evening for the employees. Gifts were exchanged fiom a gaily decorated CKriiJmns tree after which fiostcd punch, fruit cake and -sandwiches were served from n table, ('resent were Sara Henry, Marie Rngland. Stella Stuart, fiobby Hoyston. Margaret Royslon, .toy 'Mucks, I'Hosfi! Hitskey, Worm a Qril- ford. Sandj'U Nelson, .leanne Jones and Mi's, Marie Cantloy. 6 ft, A R K A N S A_S_ National Air Strike Threat NextMoiiHi 'M'rs. .1. J, Battle and Miss Mat' tie Tlqyslpn of Fulton were the ] Christmas clny guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. JIamby. NO CUDDLER SHE-TV fans who Will see Joan Mai shall in TV's new telefilm version of ' "Bold Venture" would scarcely j guess that being th'ed as a "fup | euddler" led to her acting en- ' reer. A "fur cuddlcr" is otic of, those gals who model furs on TV and gush over them. A stunt she pulled when she thought the camera was dead led to her hasty exit—by invi-! tation of the boss. So she went to Hollywood, took dramatic lessons and made the grade. 'By tHi A§S5eiATEb The threat ol .-> strike r month 1 agaiflht Nnimnal Airln loomed IbdnJ' as two other m.i airlines i^'friained RrotlHdod labor disputes. The Aii- ' Line Ticket As> Assn. said in Miami Sunday n >' pfepaHhg lo lakr a atHke v over discharge Of a Nation.-.l < ployo iH New Veil; last .vtar. A union stiokfesniPti said it vote favored ,tlie strike, it i'" 1 be.aln early' ntix-t month. One third of. the nation's '••• mercial airliners < urcritly .-'.a idle because of strikes at EaM' Vl f tines and \merican Airlines. The New VdiK Times said the t hiedial.xs plah to offer brppbs*! =ett1erheht of the be^vein Eastern and its quit work Nov. company demaiitl y as'jef pilots. ' it Eaflern went out . boh In support Of and for ah improved Legal Notice contract. They reached settlement With the company tJec. 14 and withdrew their pickets Sunday aft-' Ef official tabulation of a Vole to acce&l the agreement. fiut rhachihist unoin officials have indicated their members will hot be" "asked lo cros engineers' liickel lihes. SlrtkiHg pildts at American haVe asked for clai'ltication of parts of a seveH-jioiht contract formula vorkect out bj' federal mediators and accepted by Ihe combany. "?he' bilots' slfuefe at midnight Dec. 20 over wages. -The first professional theatrical jjei4ormahce given in ftne Bluff Was giveh'by a comfjah^ headed I .by a Ml-, ahet iMrs. Chapfhah in . tjHvjite house ih ihe summer o 1839. Mrs. Sum Wren and (Miss Nor- . vellc Wren were the holiday Muests of iMr. rind Mrs. Hudson Wren in Wilson. Allen Gee Jr. of Hussellville was the holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yiineey. Mrs. Gee, Gail, Bill and Ronald remained for n longer visit. Mrs. J. B. Dalrymple, Mr. and Mrs. W. W/Bcrger" and -M'iss [Mary Ann •Bcrgcr pf Little Rock, Mrs. iluth McCoy and" iMiss Mary Frances 'McCoy fjf Harrison worp 1 the Tuesday oyornfgfit^ quests of Mr, lind !M"r§, .Cfirl Q/ili-ymple and attended their open 'house. Thursday ni Texarkann with Mr, and M'rs. Carl Gulpepper. ANNUAL MEETIN6 OF MEMBERS The annual meeting of the mem' bers of Hope Federal SaVinn* snd Loan Association, Hope, Arkansas, | will be held at the office of the Association at 209 South Main- Street, Hope, Arkansas, at 7:00 p. in. on Monday, January 12. 1950. Meeting is for the purpose of. electing two directors and fur the transaction of any cither business that may properly be considered by the .members. Fred O. Ellis, Secretary Dec. 28, 1958, Jan 5. 1959 •Mr. and Mrs. Guss McGaskili j spent the holidays in Uttle Rock with Mr. and iMrs. Bob Robortori, sBo'bby and Susan Rita. Howard Harrcll of Little ROck spent the holidays with 'Mr. and IMrs. R. S. Hamilton and IM-rs. J. G. Stogar. Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Eagle spent Mrs. Hugh McDaniel left Thursday via plane from Texarkana for a visit in Atlanta, Ga , with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McNeil. Nearly half the Arctic is Soviet Russian territory. John Deere TRACTORS and Implements PORTER IMPLEMENTS & GARAGE T. O. Porter, Owner &-Operator W. 3rd St. Phone 7-2767 JOHN PEERE DAY — JAN. 29 LEOTARDS CALLAGES ^ ALL SIZES JUST ARRIVED and in " JUNIOR & MISSES SIZES 2 98 GIRL'S SIZES 3 to'5-6r.6x,- 7 to 14 Red - Blue - Black 2 29 „ Hurry! Hurry! A Sure Sell Out . 7T1 I • '• V*' * » • < ' % •••.sf'f'-TVI .t^J I { 4 v Hoj>«;, *ik,«Ji,Mt< j. i h Hurry! Hurry! A Sure Sell Out f t . . . OUT OF THE .?! i PONY BUGGY: Seats two, Leatherette upholstery, PRICE: with steel tires, $325: with rubber-tire's,",' "$355. ' 4' "• 'r\ f "."'l TRAP STYLE CART; 1 '%ar,s ] 4>acK' t? .back- Ueg^er ( . uphQJslpiy. PRICE; Hotse^size, ?26§ with steel tires; '.^ ?^ps,qnd $315 with rubber tires; pony,size, ??§P with '"*4' '•« \ *• -**H ,' ., -, ft j t , -v. '••- ; steel fires; $?jS§^ith*rvibUer rireg, V ARKL Generations of Americans have depended upon the famous Hpntingburg Buggy Works line of horse-drawn carriages for transportation and pleasure. Now, this traditional line is bsing continued and expanded for fte national market, following purchase of the H^ntirigburg, |nd f/ Buggy Works plant by Arkla Air Conditioning Corp., a subsidiary of Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company, r i ' In producing these fine carriages, Arklp combines modern, skilled craftsmanship with expert know-How hflnfleilj4)iwi! fjorn the days of America's unhurried past, Typical Arkla carriages are shown fit |$ft» Mony otHer styles plso ore f '' • , " tike Gaslites by Arkla/ Cqrriaj?$ky4rk)ro r e pj«HirWfl.Mf> bMt * v ' ' ' • i % SURRIYj Fringe ecr si?f, £535 with .rwb^er rirg§. ^1§9 jn pony Qpy* shewn, ndt9Bj;fmQ itfgJ tires; DUI IN jmi A New Planter new earrjgie pfgnt gt Imm^i h^i b» fld^ to the sfflfe^ growing will bujW g llMty will i tpp, " ""Wf, Wf&Vi Ufrtafr §PQts. Rut? ^..l^l/^wi- PSICi: $4§Q with' «.'v -" -•?»*-' '-SiSfii^Ws; 1^0 pn4 $|Q9 W |jh re ~ < - * "',*!,*, <• '* . ~ " , , ' ,.\ .rufcter. tires. ,n •^ /4?^^^!^ '^ f' * * "',-. '^' ' ' , *,' '*" '* '* I ' " '/ " t « ''

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