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December 29, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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II 7-8431 §«*S«R I A,M, and 4 Andre of Mope se HOPE ; Sf AR'» , ARKAWSA§' Nil fftfti* ed* as 'bestB,^ the gUeste! ana Mfs, Jdhn BMU M'r. and Mrs. John Erltt Bathed at their horrie oil Friday; December 2(5, With a sttiall infor- tial gathering of friends for Mh itid Mrs. Tommy .Brltt- of -PaWi* foUld. Besides the lovely Christ- ttaS ti-ee, aholllef point of inter- jst ih the home decorations was a loral ai-rangement of silver 1 ' arid ?rec4§ on ihe m&Jitle, About 14 JUests enjoyed art afternoon of t conversation and Wetfe coffee Jaftd assorted cake-si 'ookios. and candies, Roberts T& Wed Cox Mr. 'and Mrs, Henry Howard rippltt of this city announce the engagement of hot- daughter; Pen- hy Coi-fietius Mofeerts, to PVt ry Edward Cox, Son of 'Mi', attd Mrs. Shel-mafl Co*, ttoute 1 The ibridVelc-cl is a student at Hope High igdl5dl. Her .fiance IS a graduate, of Hope High School and attended Texarkaha JUrliof College. Me is how stationed with ihe U. s. Army at Ft. Chaise, Ai-k, -Ah early June Wedding is plait' ned. Tuesday. At 6lub TONITE. 6:30 '-!8:30 . 7lHE WILDEST SMfU THE mi EVER KNEW! IMITATIO IfcENERA ;, RED BUTTONS-TAINA'EIG | NEWS & CARTOON TUESDAY ONLY Matinee . . . 2:00 P: M. Evening . 6:30'- 8:00' ALSO: COLOR CARTOON t * I 1 -] - - Hdpe CeUntcy elub One of Ma local Tuesday Bridge Clubs entertained at the Mope Country club on Friday, Decent toef 2fl, vvith a potlUck suppel' fol' lowed 'by several tables of Bridge, The husbands of the club members Were guests for the occasion, as •were Miss Marian Cuffman of El rHatt. After the eeremWi (were invite^ ihla fiieJHiftJftl | tor coffee. The table was \vith a white cut-tt«ork|ol6th. find Centered with «i geld eofdred Ui-ougnt irott Christmas tree 1 Wold» ing White tapers,' with gold arid (white Salivations' deeofating the foaso. The three HeM Wedding cake Was served 'by Mrs. WtUiarfi J. tiavis of : GalveStott,f TeKSs, c artd coffee Was Served foy I Miss Lltey' Williams of Arkadelphia Mrs. Roy fialJoh ihVi'ted the =gtik«!S to sigii the bride's book wkiclh was placed by a lighted CllHstfhas iroe. for" -travel the bride ^-ore a sltit of bronze wool w-llK Ulack acdes* sortes, and pinned Jhc orchid from her bridal tooiicjtirt at hot- shoulder. ! 'Among the o'ut'0:f>t!t>wft guests Wei-6 iMtsY Arch Canh&i of Mope grandmother of the bride. Miss Clarice Cannon, Hope, I Mr. and and Mrs. Bob Truax and •Leigh, of Crosselt visit- arid Mrs. Dewey farrtft |the recent holidavs. Jones of Wfchitn, kan.. ar- hfislmas Eve to join Ills' Sd his daughter, Cookie, tor Idaj-s. iDorado, Mr, and Mrs. .. D6c .. and Mrs. GUS Leslie, «ll oi El Munford and ilWf. nnr) M«. Tr4 Dorado, Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Hai-, 'Mi's. .t. D. Key'ton and Michael Key-ton, Texarkana. Mil Sam Andrew, Mope, Mr. -and; Mrs. William 'J. Davis, Oalveitoii. Tex., 'Mr, and Mrs. Orville Kfiley. ^ecd- erland. Tex., Mr. and ftlrs. Charles Mamiilon andjiriiiughters. Misses Nancy and AnnfHumUton; and Mrs. GUS Leslie, fall of El |nd Mrs. Harry Shiver tiaVe from kingsport. tdnn., [ihey spent Christmas wtth Mrs Ronnie fTatlohs. |>nd Mt-s. l^ouis Ifott-afd. and Teres-a Ahh arrived Weekend io spend sev- lys with Mr. and 'Mrs, roop. nrry Moore has had as Igitesls, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle M iLake Charles, '"La,, and looro of Hattlestburg, Miss. Munfoi'd and Mr, and Mrs. Wallace, all of Tulsa, Okla. ' Ed When the scores were tallied, Mi's. £, J. Whitman and Mrs. R. L. Broach were high , arid second high among .the women, /and Lloyd Spencer and Kelly Bryant were te high scorers among the men. ris, Mlnden (Louisiana .afid Mr. and Mrs. iLowd.1 A. Logan.| Russell' ville. an- Anna Lou Seaton Weds Sam Corter Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 'Seaton nounce the mai'i-lage of their daughter. Anna Lou to Sam Corter, son of Mrs, Mary 'Corter of Springfield, Mo. Alter a short wedding trip to Hot Springs, the couple left for their home in Hugo, Oklahoma where Mr. Corter is employed with the Frisco Railroad, Still—Keyton Vows Exchanged Miss Cynthia Cannon Still, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. J. E. Still of Arkadelphia/'became the bride of Richard D. Keyton. son of M'r. and Mrs. J. D. Keyton or Texar- Icana, at four oclock on Thursday, December 25th at Ihe home of the bHde's parents. The place of the ceremony was marked by tapered wrought iron candelabra holding white candles, and pedestal baskets of white chrysanthemums interspersed with gold and green foliage. The Reverend J. M. Hamilton of Arkadlphia officiated. The 'bride, given in marriage by her father, wore .a waltz length toridal gown of white silk organza and Aloncon lace. The bodice was fashioned of lace with a Sabrina neckline and -long sleeves. Garlands Coming;and Going Col. and MVs, W. tt.< «ftf of Garden City, Long Island, tvfc visiting Mr, -and Mrs. Albert tiiSves and (Mrs; Elizabeth 'Pritchai ; d|5!r. and IM-rs.. -Al Graves of C-cjmbridge, Mass., have returned to |Her home after spending. Ghristmalldth relatives arid friends, as frm'e Mr. and Mrs, Tolnais JJ. Oafe;,'Tom- <my Carter, Mrs. >Bett$! Carter Stiles,, and Curt Stiles, ai^Vicks- iburg, Miss. an) M[ Ok SM a'cl.1 Kii tBr< Mr ttici few lid Mrs, George P. Brown [heir holiday guests 'Mr. mnd litls Franklin Go? a of Nor- Jda., Mr, and Mrs. Sam | .Mr. Nix Smodley, Mr. Bo'b Smedlcy, Mr. and In Smodloy of Poteau, 111', and iMrs. Thell D. If Van TJtiren. Ark., Brig' In era 1 and Mrs. Thco T. I Hot Springs. Ark. Mrs. 1 accompany Mr. add J-a to Norman, Okla.. when l.irn tonight, to spend a Mr. -and Mrs. !Bill''BraIhi'r am sons of San Antonio, ancfer, anc Mrs. Colonel -Don (BrasHii? Kansas City, 'are visitingfRh anc Mrs. W. 'E. Brashier. Chr.j as vi '•(Mil •daup holid w'lthr Cox Id Mrs. Ray Thornlon and lesion mid Roger swn\ Is holidays In Tyler. Tex- relatives. \d Mrs. Cecil Cox, and .KaUiy spent Christmas in San Anlonio, Text's igt. and Mrs. Robert E. family. New Plant at El Dorado Is Struck I EL fidKAtiO, Ark. (APi—the 1 Ihtcrhnlioftal Brotherhood of Elec- Itrical Workers. Local !K»1 Sti-tirk (the hew J*rescolite Mnfuifaellirifi" i Co. Jalafit here toctfly. I fMekelS pali-olcd the two eh' i ir?.hc*Ps to El Dorado's Indtlslfinl district and S8 of Prescolile'S R3 workers stayed oft the job. Officials of the plain, u-hlcll \\'c<* dedicated Oct. 3ft, and the union have been negotiating on a cntt* ii-at-t since Nov. ].• Differences which led to Hie strike reportedly involved wasjos. sick benefits dvtil I dues checkoff. A. O llobbs, business manager of tile local, announced the strik? Mast night, lie said frequent Uhlan- management meetings since early Cites Danger of Soviet Submarines LONDON (At 1 /. — Soviet sul> marines may be secretly cruising in waters where Allied guided mU sile tests are under way. It wna reported today. Naval sources said Soviet scientists arc anxious to giet a look at vwii-hends from Allied missiles. Most of these are constructed to lloril on falling | n t 0 the sea. There hnve been i-coois of.tint- clentified submarines in South Atlantic wafers. ScihmiU and baby boy, HI. 2 Jloue Calvm Ellis. Hope; Miss Jeannie ^n 0 '.^ 0 ? 01 Mrs ' Jlmmy Branch, Little .Rock; Thomas Stroud.-IIIopo;' Thomas and Bertha Lee Brewer announce the arrival of a toabv boy, Dec. 27, 1058. Mr ; «l iMrs. Gawctl Story had the Ailing as her 'holiday gxicsi, 'M'r. and Mrs. Surrey of El Dorado, and.Mr. fin!'Mrs. Mitchell LaGrcne of Dalte: were Christmas guests in the R^brt La- gronc 'home. of :> lace were: appligued on Ihe^ cir-, ciflnffft-iffSK 'stef-t.^an'd ' av 7Koul^ n", "' length, veil was "attach'ed to a Juliet cap etched with pearls. The .bride's Ibniiquet was a single white orchid surrounded by stephanotis atop a white prayer (book, Her only attendant was iMiss Paula Haley of 'Hope who wore a gown of pale gold ohitfon, The candles 'lighted >by Mrs, Lewis C. Recdcr and iMiss Juli'a Smith of Arkadelphia.. They- wore identical Mr,s. W, AV. Wriklcr of port, iLa., has returned spending Christmas with Mrs. Comer Boyctl. Mrs. Frank Nolen of I Tex., is visiting Mr. and IE. Garaniflo, other rdati\ friends. rcve- and Paso, fs. M. !.' and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hizard and son, of 5hrc,vqiport l K\ver^ Christmas' giie'sts 1 - of MT. ' Mr. tiicky 'mo'mli L'ittlef Story. Mr. all Mrs. Ed Avers of St. ILotlis, jls: Avers will be 'remembered alEva Jean Milam. [Mrs. Ed Husscll of Ken- Irs. Russell will ,be re|i as Harriet Story. Mrs. Douglas Drake of . Mrs. 'Drake is the filter of Mr. .and Mrs. Hoscltal Notes CAMERA CONTEST—Ench Intent on' !)Vl»S lo "tipslhgc"'"tiio oilier and sleal the* scene, John llagcn rttid Shaggy, the mop- pawed dog, wore so intent on tho baitlc tltflt ihey both got out of focus, Note Dial Shaggy Is eVon stepping on John's foot,-It . happened while shooltng Wnll Disney's '.'The Shaggy Dog," a spoof on.shaggy dog stories, In llollywodd. I November had faitud lo 1'usolvc i differences, ' . • Other plants In the industrial district were not offcct'cd by " Iho strike. Workpvs at the Columbia Carbon'Co. plan, only other tntion facility In the area, crofted .the Prescolitc picket linos. Non-union workers at fcnr other plants ro- poiied lo work as usual, Chnrlcs J. Brown,, plant man- for Prcscolit'e, snid thore hud been t no' JH'W . duVolupments -since plckyt'-Jlhos Wore cstflWishi'd early today,' He -snld' mangumuiit nivl siipervlMoly personnel reported for work bill Ihiil lio prodticlloh per- sunul showed up. 1 v> ' • • Donations Total $423 Millions totftlcd NSW VOttt 'fA ttoh« thfottgH tmtltsd 423 frillltofl dollars 1ft of-d Carrol M. thanks. tlialfmari of United dflmiifilflrtS of AwcHtrtl fiKd deht nt the -do. dted fhe« wertfd figure in »yea^ end statcmetil. t " ', ' the previous giving record Xvfis 412 million dotlafs In^t yc«f Shanks siild mofo Ihfifi f2,2S8,' 000 people Would W aided ty the itwhey fnlscd, which will S<J W siijlpofl StiSoO tiallotinl, stttte artd locnl hdhtbh. welfare attd i«i3c}-68' ttoHal services Approximately 66-pfcf Cefil bf'th^ toihl cawe ft-om Irtdlvlduals Ihe rest from eorp-orfltfc Shnlihs snld Elvis' Face in a Strange Place The .plant mahufaotures fixtures. ' , ' ' ! * ' , "' Manngemcnt and union representatives 'met at, 10 n.mi'todny In n neg'otiating session- schodtilod be- I'ore the strike .was, dnnounccd. i^w ^., South Africa The t?ev Jan Cellldn nipped IhroUgh Ihe pnges of a bk fnmlly Bible soarchlnu Revelu- llohs and the face of 'Elvis Pr'es- ley looked out To Iho Rev Mr Colliers, ,the discovery of Presley's photograph was the last straw + a , Lhtcly he'd been ^coming,, across phulp , photographs "oK Mnrllyn Monroe, Jaync Mansfield,, hnd other Ittollywood stars *st(iek '.a^ay between the pages .of other* family Bibles Like other minister' oh 'Ulie "Dutch Reformed Church, jic. liked to drop In,tit the- houses-of'bls con. gregallon-ln the coal mlnlnii com- munlly of Olencoc, Natal, for In- I'ormtil Bible readings „.,-,. , ' Lalct'r In > a 4alkr he-HnshocL out nt" "this spuf of 'fqrelgh'debauch^ cry' 1 , ... /, '^^ ,,"-•"**• .'4-".- •'•' MemoAil Admitli: Mrs. Gary. Ratelit'f, Rt. 1, B|-c; Ben Rolhwcll, Rt. 8, Hope; Hliry Coley, Rt. 1, T^illon Melissa line Brooks, Hope; iDan- Puttlim, Hope; Mrs. Frank O'RorljeJlt. 4 Hope; Olay Lehman Oalchavei; Jerry Rothwoll, Hope. : Mrs. James P. Ken- • Mr, and Wrs., Willis-Ho'B. had" Mr. and Mi-s. John 'Honca||b Lit-' tie Rock visiting them onlCrisl- mas. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kunlgsijr of Austin, Tux., have Ibeen thcT o'f the 'Don Westbrook lamil icy and foby boy, Hope; IMrs. B'. J. prakp|.ittlc Rock; Cecil Wyatt Bheridanff Melissa Jane Brooks, Jfbpo. Branch Adm£tt«l Miss Jennie Lowe, Hope; Boijtia Le>e Brewer, Patmos fMrs. Jimm- Branch, Little Rock; Mrs. W. 53 Nelson, Washington; Thomas Stojud, Hope; .Mrs. W, C. Beck, Hop|; Lester Ferguson Hope Sidney tKriSs, Saratoga; Miss Peg-, Mr, and Mrs, Tommy Brfitatid ly- Ware, Hope, children of Paragould iiavffloentl i] .Dischargid;.Mrs. James ^^^^v - - , , «- -•» «*- * VIA n^wnivi -.in >• i^yt'gyrjiv | ,i t i^iowi lai y»M. ' HVilD. tl Ull iu*s 'li-ct ntcj.— Mi^ : dresses gf. corfU jtallcta,- William' 1ho past few. days- 1 with QVffianJ l|nd.ibq"by boy, Hope; -Mrs Billic ' ' ',w<f '^Tf,';?^*"^"."'-. '•"-'"'•"" :«^z,'i-; ... •'• ..^ ALL FALL AND WINTER DRESSES REGULAR PRICED TO ^24.95 NOW . ALL SALES FINAL ^ NO LAYAWA^ 9 ONLY ^-LADIES f QNLY 3 4- LADIES 3MAULOT TUN •^J";m;^?ftr >,j v \ ^PABLE-FULU 15r PNJ m§ $.*¥^"*-( MANY NEW ITEMS added fo Clearance Groups. Shop Agan TUESDAY " ^ • t. - ' * f. > , r*T< • • .' ". .> u. vi j •"-.( ' 'W REDUCED AND OFF REDUCED AS LOW AS SELECT GROUP REDUCED AS HOW AS LOW AS REDUCED AS UOW AS ft ,f I -,

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