Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 1, 1959 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 1, 1959
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,, { 'j (y VSh q^?^ .'*r HOP! H.0M, AtKANSAI r'r.f »->,' ,1, "i j > -A'/- - - •.oV dbntliiued frotn Page r • camelios at theii- shoulder. 7, Immediately Mowing the ccre» . mony a Deception was held in the church parlor. Guests were greet^ ,ed and Introduced to the receiving ,' l *>e by Mrs. (Elizabeth Bryson. TKo /'•bride's table was covered with a • White hot over tafleta and daught up at intervals with while nosegays. It was centered with an arrangement of pink and white carnations and white tapers. • The three-tiered wedding cake was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Miss Sara De^oody was in charge of the 'bride's book. Assisting in Serving were 'Misses Mary Ahh fceWoody 1 ! M-afy J^vd Hei-rlng, Jans, iPurtle, , Virgin!* Purtle, Sally Cbttihgham and MrS, Delmar "fyreci After llie reception the couple left for a wedding; trip, For travel the bride chose a two piece blue wool dress with iblack accessories and pinned the orchid" from her 'bridal corsage at her shoulder. i 'Mrs. H, 0. Kylef ' entertains Frlftrids On the afternoons ol December 30 and December 3i. Mrs. H, o. Kylcr Sr. entertained hcf friends with a (Mother & Daughter Party. About ten guests, called each afternoon, They found the Kyler home beautifully decorated for the holi- day seasortr, After friends htttl i-e- ftewed old ac<S|tinlnianegg and made heW «sfte§( the hostess served delicious abple cakeVcoffee, and assorted 5 cookies' and candle's, Miss Bevelyn Ball Honored With Gift Tea A gift tea fbr Miss BeVelyn Ball, i bride-elect, Was given by Misses Margie Clark, Linda Purlle, and Dorothy-Ball oh December 30 in' the Clark home. Holiday decorations were seen throughout the. home. The honorae, attired in a brown frock of winter cotton, Was given a corsage of pink carnations. Her' mother, Mrs. A. C. Ball, also re-' celved a pink carnation corsage. , The dining table was centered' with a lovely ftrrangerrieflt'Of c-nrnalforts, The guests' w*et'f» S enke by Miss Linda PuHfe, ahd Miss Dorolhy Sail poitfed the" punch. Mrs. Vivian Ckilensohrt of Little Rock played the ptniiO dur" ihg the afternoon etitoi'Uilnmehi* ,; Besides Mrs, Outensohn, other oul-oMbwn guests were Mrs, 'Jack Bowls of Little Rock nnd Mrs ( ,Dale Qafdhcr 6f KnnaHS dity,' Kah. , ,» FaHiily Reunion ' ' Held In Allsri Home • ' ' Christmas Eve, 1958, an annual family reunion was held" in the' home of Mrs, J, G. Allen in. the Oak' CU-ove' community. The 40 members of the family who gathered for the occasion, eiijoy.ed .dinner, exchanged gifts, took pictures, j.-. ...*. ,-.,....,.„. <* AVAOST wl iVArS* • •.ui«»i ej J<M < vouwivji, 2?,jsfmidchtldren, nttd threes great grnndcHlldf'ett wcfd nftnofig llwse .presetU. They Includct!-Mi-, ahct Mrs. .Willie C. Ailed and; dniighler of tinllng, Mv. nnd Mrs. Doyle Robertson nnd dnughlef of t5nllns, Mr. and Mrs. Eni-1, R, White nnd ohlldf-cn of Fort Smith* Ur. nnd Mrs. Chester Allen and (nmily of Magnolia, and Mr. and Mrs. Mount •Revels nnd son of Houston, Those from llope were Mr, nnd Mrs; Harvey Allen and .daughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen nnd 'bhndron, Mr, nnd' Mrs. C, J. Bii^es, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seilfro, Mr. nii'd Mrs/ Fred Stow- Jiii and ..daughter, and, Mr. nnd Mrs, Lynn Stevenson, •Coming 1 and Going Mr. -nttd Mrs, M, ft. ddopef ar-c visltlHg In tJallrts with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmos ftobei't Coo|jei- nnd children. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dale Oncdner of Kansas City," Kan., spent Chrtst-i mas wtlh Ml-, nnd Mrs. llURh Hull. 1 Mr. Ctardncr hns rctut-ned home, but Mrs. Oardncr has remained for a few more days, Mr. and Mrs. W,- P, Singleton have spent the past few dnj's with Mi', nhd Mrs. Robert Singleton In' Sun AnlotMo, Tex., nnd with the' W. J. QreonWald family In Sugar-l i.ftnd, '1'o.v, Tlicy rctum'ud homdj Tuesday night, SWIFTS PREMIUM SLICED ' (» 1 Lb. Pkg. KWIK KRISP SLICED Bacon 2 Lb. Ctn. 98c Lb. PARADISE FARM — PURE PORK Sausage i Lb. ROM 37c FRESH LEAN — BOSTON BUTT FRESH LEAN Pork Roast Lb 45c Pork Steak PARADISE FARM — PURE PORK SWIFT PREMIUM — ALL MEAT Sausage 2 Lb.Roii73c Bologna ?!£ or Lb 39c FRESHORE BREADED 49 c Shrimp QUAKER STATE Dinners TOOz. Pkg. 59C Beef 49c CAMPBELLS TOMATO f KROGER — 1 LB. BOX No. 1 Can SPOTLIGHT DRIP or REGULAR ALMA CUT No. 303 Cans BEANS PINE OIL 39c ALMA CREAM STYLE COLES 2 No. 303 Cons ALMA — NO. 300 CAN 120z. Jar 2 f-'or ALMA CLEAR SAILING CUT No. 300 Can 2 No, 303 Cans LONG GREEN f & Bunch 4 €s CALIFORNIA Lb, RUTABAGA 5' FANCY KILN DRIiD SWIiT Lb, 10' , 98€ ECONOMY SIZE BOOK PAPER 360 77 € $1,75 RISHARB HUDNUT RINSE t P!y§ RiGUlAR 19c BING ALCHOL iCONQMY COLSATi BOTH ©NIY AND3Qc LUSTRE CREAM 59« - FROZEN FOODS - HILLS O' HOME BUCKEYE! 2 100*. PkSf HILLS Q* HOME CANDIED YAMS 14 Q Pkg, 29c HIUS 0' HOMi MUSTARD GREEKS 2'«- 29c Q' HQMi TURNIP GREENS 2 ^ 29c SECOND AN0 §H§YIR STS- 8 A. M, T© 6 F. M, § 4. M. T§ 8 P. M. PRICESGOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDX DIAMOND BUCKEYE LIQUID LARGE SIZE EXTRA SPECIAL SWEETHEART TOILET Bars No Limit Cans SUN VALLEY Lb. ' Doz. LARGE HEAD Head Potatoes 25 PINK Grapefruit U. S. D. A, HEAVY BEEF Lb, Chuck or Shoulder Round RIB or BRISKET Stew Meat Lbs, GQ-1!\7 ) A GRADE WHQtl Tray Pgsk?d 63c 69c IASH iACH 2 Lb, Avgrgge ***> No limit SLAB ir POUND §ue§R p Dannie Hamilton Food Center Wg 204 L SECOND PHONE 7*

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