Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 30, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 30, 1958
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Tuiiifay, D&imfaer SO, till H d M If A11 HO * 1, ARK A N IA I IETY 7^3431 IslwMH S A.Mi anef 4 P,M, There Will be a dance 1 at the Hope Country Club New Years higHl fi-om 0 till 1 a. hi. rfoste&ses Will be Mr. ahd Mrs. fiddle Whit- 'Mah, Mr. and iMi's, Kinai-d Young ahd Mis ahd Mrs. Byron Hefner. J MoHday, JaHUary 5 Circle No. 2 WSCS of First Me- "odisl Church will meet Monday. Jan, S at 3 p.<m. in tlle home of Airs. R. d. -Lehman Sr., With Miss (Mary K. iLehman ds co-nosi°ss. 'All members are urged to be present. ' Circle No. 3 WSCS of First Methodist Church will moot Monday, Jan. 5 at 3 p.m. in the home of TONITE 6:30-8:00 TWO TEENAGE, SHOCK SHOWS Mrs. Lloyd ttihard With 'MVs. Taylor as do-li6stess. flic leader s Mrs. Webb iLasetef if. Miss KatheHHe May §t*adwan Weds James H, Miss Katherihe datl'ghtei' of Mr. ahd .Mrs. Orvllie kay Steadttian became the bride o' James M, Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. James 'T, Wright in a beaut' Lful candlelight eel-oniony in the home of the bride's parents at 9 a.m., £>ec, 25 by the iMev, W, C, Land. The bride, Who was given in marriage toy her father, Wore a street length dress of rose VelVe' teen fashioned In priricess style with tlie empire waist line and full skirt, A rose Velveteen jtillct cap held her finger tip illusion veil. She cairled a white iblble topped with white carnations and satin stream- I'Si Mrs, Eldon Steadman aunt of the Ibride, was matron of honor and fildon Steadman served as best man. Immediately after the -Wedding a reception was held. The brides ta* 'ble was covered with a white lace cloth and was centered by a three tiered wedding cake decorated with pink and white ro3c:bud3 and topped by a • miniature bride and groom. The cake and coffee Was served by Mrs. >Dcan Steadman. After 'a wedding trip to various ipoints in Texas, the couple will be »t home at 220 North Elm in Hope. fes!unjtl s hsreffi hshiihi. He* sfrdtildtf Iffiffi Vet! b? tflitttpft urn fi eofshet t>! ptatls. tied t whit9 «r6faa sfia^ef Jl!i6s«!-lhe'V&Il6y' ' atfi^ ' a mm, Mrs. Perry Weiss of Marshall, ¥t»a& wag ftiatroh* of Honor arid Miss PaU-lela MaibrotJk tjf Shreve' Jsoi-tt LdulSiaHat \Vds bridesmaid, f lowoi- girls were little Misses Kay afid Jackie ttarlsfieid, nieces of Ihd bride. The attendants wore frocks of llghl blue taffetd iWadc oh princess lines. Their bdtideaufc were of blue velvet ahd they carried crcgceilt boutJUelS of pittk feathered cSrHatiotts. tJafy liUskey seWed the grodm as best man and Ushers Were Keith fiiHehart ahd Wayhe fiell, for her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Mal-tsfield chose a .suit of blue wool With black accessories, The grooJrti's mother, Mrs. ttutsoii, wore a tWo'piece dress of rtaVy wool crepe With black accessories. Their Corsages were of white carha* tions, For travel the bride selected a stlit of dior blue Wool with blue topper, Her accessories were black and she pinned the orchid from her boqtlet at her shoulder, After , a southern wedding trip the couple will 'be at home at 1277 Avalon Place, N, E., Atlanta, Georgia, Pate-Easterling Exchange Vows,, Mr, Garland Pale announces the marriage of his daughter, Mildred Loulso to Alvin Easterling, son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Easlorling. The double ring ceremony was performed Friday, Dee. 26 at the Unity Baptist Church with Rev. Perry Purtle officiating. The couple will reside in Dallas, where both are employed, Hutson - Hartsfield Nuptial Vows Are Pledged Sunday The marriage pf Miss Patsy Ruth Hartsfield tp Forrest R. Hutson was solemnized at 4:00 p. m. Sunday, December 28 in Bruce Memorial Methodist church at Blevins, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hartsfield and the groom is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. F. F.' Hutson, all of Blevins. The Rev. Andy O'Kelly, pastor of the Marlbrook Baptist Church officiated' before an arch formed by cathedral tapers flanked by baskets of white gladioli...The tapers were lighted by Billy Hartsfield of El Dorado and Edward Hartsfield of Hope, cousins of the bride, John Harold Taylor, .organist, played a program of nuptial music and' accompanied Mrs. Wilfred White who sang. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of chantilly lace fashioned with a fitted bodice, scoop neckline and three ' quarter length sleeve's with which she w,ore matching lace mitts,' The' bouffant skirt Coming'and Going 1 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neighbors were guests during the Christmas weekend of their mothers, Mrs. John Hart and Mrs. J. A. Neighbors, in Arkadelphia. Sweaters and skirts take o« a costume look in this year's resort wear. Linen- trimmed sweaters have a fresh look, pair aij> • beautifully with I ncn.skirts. Sweaters are notable for eased fit. This cardigan (left) lias wide linen collar and double buttons covered in linen. Button detailing: is repeated on color-matched skirt Another use of linen trim (center)'for sweaters appears in.this pullover and cardigan with polka-dot'trim. Slim skirt Is polka-dot embroidered linen,, The sweater for, late day is done, <right) as sleeveless pullover with matching 'collared cardigan. Flannel skirt with cummerbund is dyed-to-match. .All designs j , shown here-arc from the TalboU collection., They are done in vivid colors as; weir as pastels for winter vacation wear in the tropics. . '• • r Mr. and Mrs. Duval Purkins of' Warren visited his sisters, Misses Marie and Nannie Purkins, this past weekend. and Mrs. David Norrls and family of DcKalb, Tex.l Mr, and Mrs.'L. E. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" Munford.of Tulsa, Okla,; •Mi-, and Mrs, Ben Norrls of "Dallas, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Norris of Lake Village; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norrls of Nalchiloches, La.; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norris and son of Broken Bow, Okla. ' Dr. Ben Hyatt of Little Rock and the Rev. Bob Hyatt of Augusta spent Christmas Day with Mrs. j B. C. Hyatt, ,C. C. Spragins, and j other relatives. Joseph"H, Zanca of San Antonio, Texas, arrived last Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. ' Paul !W Klipsch. 50th Wedding Anniyersdry . ' \ •• * ! . ** , i 1 ,11, ' j* I ••* . ' P We're Gonna...Rock! Rock! Around the Clock It's the Biggest New -Year's s Eve Party In,Town . I;, Gome lEarly . .. Stay as Late asjYou >^ant h ' , .'Starts' Don Duffie of Ponca City, Okla., has returned home after visiting with Mr. "and Mrs. J. M. Duffie, during the holidays. They and Mrs, J. W. White spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Duffie in Pasadena, Texas. Miss Jacque Williams of Odessa, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs, Vic Davis and young son, Bill, of Waco, Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W A, Williams. '• „ Mr. and Mrs. C, V.'Downs and children spent Christmas in Little Rock with Mr, and Mrs. W. B, Sanford, Miss Beverley Sanford, and J. O. Young. At a family .reunion in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Whitman on Sunday, December 28, there were the following from out-of-town: Mrs, D,, B, Norris of Shreveport, La,; Mr. and Mrs, Reeves Norris and family'of Alexandria, La,; Mr. Mr. and Mrs, David Watts 'of Texarkana spent Sunday with'Mr and Mrs. Pat Casey, * , Rev. and .Mrs." Earl Allen of Lufkin, Texas, returned home Satin-day after* spending 'Christmas with Mrs. J. W. .Ray. They alsp attended the BarhanvPurtle wedding in Prescott on Friday, December 26. <*-\ , $f HIYIP I/I AIL THEATRE Gala New Year's , Eye Show . STARTS 7:00 P. M, White Woman's Courage v» Witch Doctor's Curse! ..arid the'jungle erupts with 4O.OOO icrearning, savages in the screen's greatest tingle scene!! IAITMAH COLOR rpgp|0*tpip*iii> «i«jr ijwf- my^'^s*^^ j -- «f^\ <• *il8,f/ii!»|<Mi.*P4 iipiMitviitful l^lrt.wRii.:. ismssmm^ Tho'se from Hope attending the BarhanvPurllc wedding in Prescott included Mrs, J. W. Ray, Mrs, Leo Hartsfield, Edward Hartsfield, Mr, 1 and Mrs. Sam Medford, Mr, and Mrs, Noil Osborti and son, Thomas, Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Brannan and children, Mrs. W. R, Huddleston, Mrs. Ollie Purtle, Miss Emogene Fuller and James Fuller,' Rent Raised for „ , London Beefeaters LONDON (AP) Tlie govoriT 1 FAMILY REUNION • DECEMBER 29,-'1908,' Mr.'and Mrs. R. V.,Hqmdon, Sr. f , were married at the First, Baptist' Churclu,he r re,'< Yesterday the'well known Hope" couple quietly, celebrated their, 50th'wedding .anniversary. They. have, two children, Billy Bob Herndon of Grove >HIUi Alabama and Rufus Herndon Jr. of Hope; ment raised- rents today ,for- the 13oefoaturs (it the Tower, ol 'London despite -thei rlhreat to strike, ' Tliu , Beefeaters aro colorfully] uniformed yeoman warders In tlie nncient, central London castle by Uiu Thames Rivers, The .men'arc rctiicd warrant officers from tho military services who live with their iumllics within Iho tower's firay walls, Thoy have been paying only o nominal rent ot 5 shillings (70 cents), a week and in rulurn per- lormcd such duties as night security work, standing guard on win- lur Sundays when the tower is closed and appearing In church parades, T o w o r authorities announced two weeks a>go they would increase the runt to a'pound ($2.U(JJ. The 'Beefeaters Said they!d,slop the,extra work if that 1 happened, T6day r lho minister of works made the increase official.' PETERBOROUGH, Out. (/P) ' — g More than r,500/momburs of tha,,\^.f' Staples clan gathered here for their ' first reunion In 33-years. The groupVl" estimated at 0,000 in Canada, com-f.^. prises .descendants -of - Rlchnrdf^jJ Staples who emigrated from fro-" land in 1818. - ' "„ Mrs. FJorine Hartsfield and son, 'Jimmy, of Picacho, Ariz,, are visiting friends and relatives in Hppe, as are Mr, and Mrs, John Hartsfield and Miss Marilyn-Carey, all of El Dorado, Mr, and Mrs, Lyle Calhoon and family, Mr, and Mrs, John Harper and son, all of Houston, Tex.,' and Mr. and Mrs. John White and daughter of Belh'ille, 111., have returned to their homes after spending the holidays with Mr/ and,Mrs, Cecil-Smith, Mr, and Mrs, Pot} Ligon of Dallas were Christmas guests of MA 8fld Mrs, S,,,L. Reed Willie Qox of Fulton had a? Christmas visitors, Mr, and Mrs, Jphh Copeland of Shreveport, ' Mr, and Mrs, Jijrjrn_y ' Cox and children Of Shrevepprt, La,,, and Mr, -andVMrs, Jjrri Faulkner and Phil of Pine Bluff, have returned to their homes after spending Christmas with Mr, and Mrs, Her« bijrt Cox and other rejatjyeg in Fulton and Hope, Mr, and Mrs, Robert WJlsqi) have Jaecn the .guests of Mr, and' Mrs, Buss CorrjelJ in Mieilaad, Mr, an4 Mrs. 'John, Asher Hudson and son of,r^ pora^o, fm£ Mr- end Mrs, fjcotf QeLeq and children of, panes,- joined My, si keo. ^Qfcfins and Miss Sandra In JJope |oj- jChrjsl/pjis, - aj),d «re, visiting Jn'PaJU»s rs, Frank Gregg Mr- , U. S. Gives Amnesty to Jap War Criminals TOKYO CAP; — The ' united States has granted amnesty to tlie last 83 Japanese war criminals. The Foreign Ministry said this "pflicially.Qomplctes the wav crimes issue." The ministry said the' JJ. S, government notified J«an j Monday that Jhe (ci'mg of 7, r ) forirner military ; mcn and eight civjiians (l h:id Ijecn'reduced to .the terms',actually t > served, ( , All, ,w,S*'^ out oh.'pa role, , " ' • * John Deere TRACTORS and , • Implements PORTER IMPLEMENTS 8, GARAGE t T. O. Porter; Owner & Operator; , ,W, 3rd St. ., Phone 7-2767 / JOHN DEERE DAY — JAN. 295 Opposition to New ,Korean Security Law ~*SJ3OUi,"(APJ — Scattered man- ifestqlkm? of opposition IP th<; Syngman 'RJice Bpvernmanl's L'oo- trovcrsial new srjcurlly law con- Unije£| in' Seoul today, ficmforccci ppjlcq patrols maintained u light watch o;i the city. Sgmo HQO youths gathered nuar the downtown railroad station to a derrionstrption against the law np- .proved test week, ibut armed 1'P- licerne'n dispersed them before they, cpuld get oi'gani?.ud, Th'o - t ji8tioini,l, police announced (liHl (irtybne prganizing demonstrations-in opppsition to the security Jtjw" would be severely punished. BLE UlFE^SwieepJng pew'fsstiion fad this winter are Girls oiTttw wmpm have used them VP pro4we m, ^w' t( wnif9rro""l3a§efl[ on cqmfort SRC? t^e prog(?s»Uon iof^th feetween classes. psrJjara tt»8 {( 3e.Q$ite,« a waist! w» affaip PQV. tJ»? JpWQ'StitQ Univeysity smwt.M Claims Victory Ov^r Locust Invasion ' OAP> — The province oj'the .pnlied Arab public; ^is' dajmlng a " wmplQlv QY»P a, locust invasion A . the !l s\y3vpj which invaded so«tljcrp harder area Sunday hacj bepj|. t corflpletply wjped out before Jt cp,uld barpi cvpps, ^Mlogust ' ' to ihe ' Whaf's Anything new in your furniture , , , rugs . i .' applj« ( , •- ' , ,' , clothing ,'. . a TV, perhaps? And if they wer« V ,| f >| destroyed by Jire"tp;iigbt;S <^ lcl your insurance meet tv«J '' J *j f | 's higher costs?, • ,__,_ ,__ Today, you can coyer, io ant. poliey most, of thrlisk? ygij ^ face, in y§ur hosier pud yw, ,'^3 py save money, too, W? will, glad'lo help you determin?,' t kind 'of insurance ycji' , iJ! and how much, tQ cove/! *?$*« 'your personal bi-longings «»'« 'your home. Just give u$ » fajl. ' ' And rrmemlw, jf ypu'fe not- ,'{r>»f j[ully inbureij-jt's not ^ 58 MW&i "gfo UW" '^'^ V| %'^ ki%,^^»fwi;; .''(i':, |or Payid ', Mad some stationeiT lot will turn I'm HEARING .-"STYUED his David, tho " President purchased: A pair of black slices <yxi twp pairs of shot-trees ami some jewelry, -a r -weak wh0jx IIP r game, w Ifom |w , their , n|i espwiuw , > . r, , ' '* ' v ** *JK- ?»-«, OTWjpv'rfft- j ''s*«* kPHMr^*^'-*^^^ if

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