Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 6, 1959 · Page 3
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Shesday,, January 7 executive committee will Wednesctay at 3 a.m.' in Mr, office. I*: Gardenia Garden Club will I.Wednesday dft'ernoon at 2 In ttome of iMrs, Jim James with ; Howard Hollingsworth as co- [fss. liursday, January g he Jr.-Sr, PTA will meet on Shsday at 3 p.m. at the Junior School auditorium. iursday, January 8 ic Baker (Home Demonstration will meet' in the home of Orville Steadman, Thursday, "onite 6:30-8:00 Double Horror 1 PLUS — DANA ANDREWS CURSE of-not DEMON Starts Wednesday ADULT Entertainment DOROTHY MALONE *i DtoM fattymot* ERROL FLYNN mo MUCH TOO SOON | MARTIN MILNER. Screewliy by AflT am) JO HAPOLEON' j § fioduccd br HENRY BLANKE Dinclod b) ART NAPOLEON i "KATNIP CARTOON" Jan, 8 .at 7.'{5o p.fn. (Each "fncmbcf is urged to attend. ' Pat' Cleburne Chapter 1!±>C will meet 'Thursday, Jan. 8 at the Diamond Cafe for a luncheon at i2:30. iM'rs, J. iM. buifie has charge of the program. •Lyflfl J&hfts'on, sbtt of Mf it and , The dtfUble ring ceremony wns ipefformed New Year's lEvc nl f o'clock flt the parsonage of Central Baptist Church In ldabel t Rev, Keiineth ReeVcs offl< liated. The WMA of Unity Baptist Chursh M«t 1" the Horn* of Mrs, Jack Brown Mrs, Jack Brown <t, the Friday, January 9 Rose Garden Club of Hope will meet at 2:30 Friday, Jan. 9 at the Monday night, home of Mrs. S, L. Murphy With 1 Mrs. Charles Ellis opened the to , '" The WeeUhf was dismissed witli 1 fr, : . '- tSfie>fe6einiJi6Uf ths heit* fcsscs scfVed dcilcioits cnke, coffee artd blher dOHfecttofis to the lticm» bers, Miss Bsvtlyii ElUabMh Ball, Marries J, B ( .HeHfy „ • > On Stitidny nftarnoori. January 4, the Walnut Stfdel Church of Christ Hid Wed'dlng UVesV '' , ft t iff ? er ,' f'oi fcy, .'!.(. nnd sMVS. John Attto« Ic/t last \veek ,for Alabflltin, where hd will fbe stationed a~t ift. McClellnft with the' .Chemical Cofps ef the It, S. Arrtiy, ' • . "'Or, and Mrs, Sam Strong ahct tnc wnmui street cntirch of citrist gammy , nttehdcd tho -funeral of 1^1 « sdd S 1c ' of il\° mt \^' iflg « n "D>'' Strong's gi'n-ndniolher, Mrs. hostess to Church i daughter of Mr. and Mrs, "A,- C, Ball, to J, B. Henry, son of Mr, and Mrs. Burke Albert Henry ( ,of Texarkann. i.'-F. R. ,, „„.. Ba H' .E, R. Strugarl In Arkflddphla oh Sunday, , (Misses Lena flnd iM'nry Beth ttog* ,,, , . ... efs of Washington spent the week m officiated at the onc j w { ( ^ Mr,'and Mrs. Cecil Wen* ceremony.' Nuptial vori wh || 0 , tho j,. mother Is >a pn* was provided by 'so- Mrs. J, ( C, Carlton as co-hostess, lolsl, John Allen Ross of McCas* kill. The candles were lighted by Circle No, 1 Meets At First Methodist Church Circle ,No. 1 of WSCS met In the First Methodist Church Monday, Jan. 5. Tho meeting was opened with prayer and business meeting was conducted by circle leader, Mrs. Johnny Green, iMrs. Green gave the devotional on "New Year's Resolutions." Mrs. Ralph Smith, with other members, gayc New Year's Resolutions that would help the WSCS for the coming year. Mrs. P. H. Wobb gave a very interesting talk on assignment, Alaska, Mrs, Jimmy Cook concluded with a poem, "Prayer for the New Year," Hostesses, Mrs, Johnny Green and Mrs. R. N. M'ousor, served a sandwich plate, fruit caike and coffee to 0 members and 1 guest, Circle No. 2 Met In the Home of Mrs. Ralph Lehman Circle Noi 2 of the WSCS of First' meeting with prayer and- Mrs. i Miss G]olld( , Bnll slslol r oi tho Esther Ward gave'the devotion ^,. lclc nn , from Ephesian, Chapter 5. Mrs. Brown taught the lesson from Ephesians Chapter 5. Mrs. Ellis gave a story entitled, "The Wonder Story". Minutes were read and approved. (Mrs. J. W. Sccrcst and Mr.?. Ellis Were elected to attend the district WMA meeting at Magnolia Tuesday. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Esther Ward. Refreshments were served to seven members and two visitors. Mrs. Brown closed the meeting with prayer. Uent In a local hospital, Barbara Johhsan ot Little Rock, cousin of the groom. Tho father of tho bride ghVe her In marriage. She wore a traditional wedding gown of white j pnrt of hcl . vacnl | on | n ims Vegas, satin, The ull skirt had nserts( NcV| d tjOS - Angles, Cnllf, as of chantlly Ince m the back, and Uln < Bllps , nf , Ml .. intlc i Mrs. Vcrdo 1he satin bodice was 'Covered with -,• , Kay Kent has rctilrncd fo son City, Tclm. where she Is n |PhyslCH|l 'Education Teacher nt Enst Tennessee Stale College, after visiting her pnrcnts, Mr, and Lester Kent, She also spent lace. to a The scoop "V" in the back. dipped The long sleeves of dinntilly lace ended hi Illy points over the hands. The brid,e's shoulder length Veil ot illusion was edged in embroidered lace and fell from n coronet of satin, lace, scod penrls, and sequins. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace which was the gift •Miss Carolyn Strong, dnut-hler nt D)\ nnd Mrs. Snm Strong has returned to Ncwcomo College In a'flcr aponflliu; the Christinas holidays at homo, D.ivid Penrson has resumed his studies at Phillips University M Enid, Okln., after spending the his parents, Mr. and she also carried a lace handkcr- Mrs, J. C. Carlton, the WSCS. president of Mary Grace Glbbs Engaged To William DWaln 0'Stee n Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Gibbs of Minden, ILa., aiinounce the cn- 'gagerncnt and approaching marriage of ItVreir daughter, Mary Grace, to Wiliam Dwain O'Stcen, son of Rev. and Mrs. iElbcrt, O'Steen, Warren, (Ark. The wedding will ibc in the parlor of the 'First Baptist Church of M'indcn, Saturday, J>an. 24 at 7:30 p.m. with the groom's father officiating. Miss Gibbs is -a graduate of Minden High School and Ayers Business School of Shrcveport. Mr. O'Steen is a graduate of Hope High School and will receive his degree in Pctroluem Engineering from Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, Ruston, La., in June. s-rwjs^-ss: ™;!«"- Mary K. Lehman, Monday, Jan, 5, The meeting was opened with prayer by the lender,. Mrs, R. T. White. Mrs. Snm W'armnck guvc a most inspiring devotional using as her subject, a reciept for the New Mrs. White had charge ot the program and was assisted by Mrs. IBridgcrs, whose subject wns 'Mary Mrs. Thorn- "Bntaan Me- Johnston Hospital", ton, who spoke on, Mrs. R. V, Herndon Hostess To Friday Bridge Club Mrs. D. B. Russell Jr. of Dallas '& Mrs, Tom Wardlaw were guests o[ the Friday Bridge Club which met with Mrs. R. V. Herndon on Jan. 2. During the afternoon prizes were won by Mrs. W^rcllaw and scorers. .The two .tables ot players and two tea guests, Mrs. Joe Yocum and Miss Sharon L-ynn Brown, both of Texarkana, were invited into the dining room tor refreshments. There, the dining trtbl'e was centered with an arrangement it beautiful yellow chrysanthemums, and the ladies were served a salnd •plate and coCfec. morial Hospital", Mrs. Ruckcr who told about the Wesley Village, "Hong Kong". Mrs. Lester who's subject was, "The Convention on Christian Edu- C£ij'°n Held in Japan." Mrs. White closed the program with a talk on schools in Singapore. A business session followed after which a delightful dessert plate was served present. to the 11 members Mrs. Loyd Kinard Entertains Circle No. 3 of WSCS Mrs. "Loyd Kinard (!nlrrl?tine!d AVSCS Circle No. 3 of the Fifst Methodist Church at her homejtin Monday, Jan. 5, with Mrs. T' •-Taylor as co-hostess, Mrs. Webb Lascler, Jr , chairman, voiced the opening er, and gave "A New Year's lution", using Biblical chataclors. A" short busincssme'eling followed with nine members answering the roll. An interesting program wns pro handkerchief is a trndilional pnrt of the wedding ensemble for brides in her family. Vows ware exchnnged before an alter decornted with ivy, baskets of white gladioli, and cathedral tapers. Miss Dorothy Ball, sister of tho bride, was her maid of honor. She wore a silver metallic dross mudo in the empire style with a sweep oC chiffon in the bnck. Her bandeau wns silver and her accessories were pink. Snc .carried n bouquet of pink carnations. Miss Margie Clark nnd Miss 'Linda Purtle were the bridesmnids. Miss Clnrk wore n blue metnllic dross with pink accessories and curried a bouquet of pink' carnations. Miss Purtle wore n pink metallic dress with blue accessories nnd carried blue cm-nations. Their dresses were fashioned like that of the honor attendant. The flower girls. were Misses Judy Tipton and Julie Lnfferty. They wore pink tnl'feta drcss.es with flowered pink bundonux. Miss Nancy Carol Ross and Master John Mark Latterly were the ring bearers. Miss Ross was dressed similarly to the bride. Jimmy May served the groom as best man. Groomsmen were Buddy Ball, brother of the bride, and Mnx Henry of Texarknnn, brother of the groom. Ushers were Jimmy Porterfield and Skippy Tnckell of Texarkann. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs, Ball chose a beige dress with ! ",-and Mrs. Jon 'Bnrbnrotto "daughter, Sandra, returned home this ipasl weekend ntter spending the holidays with relatives in Little iRock, Monticollo and El Dorndo. 30 Killed in Explosion « ° MM m MdKlNLBV TSfANBUV Tui'kcy Thirty persons , we're n Ihuiiderous. explosion this morn iig .that shattered two tour-story office buildings in old cchtrnl Istanbul. Three of the dentl were pnsscri gers In'n bus whldh wns passing and was crushed by tho debris, sho Yni Gn7.etc. One of the buuikllng owners said he explosion appeared to cc 'i-om a warehouse In the roar t, "l •a , i >»•, » ' C ev ' (AD -— bolloVed Hired In s morn* crowded in old pnsscri- passing bris. ors said o eomo I'mtr In •wliictt chemlc'atS ahct olfierftifinffi' nirtRte fcm's were su»f «!<-,.• ' Ond of the ' Hv"S bttlldlnila WaS eomp-ictely crumbled, fhe other, hotislng 'the* tib\vsi.inpai's' f looked «« If Its back end iind bdett siiecd" mvny. ' Thd explosion oeurrdd 'at 'tho height of inldfnorriing traffic, Poiiee cordoned off the nren and diverted ntj Irntflc, Ninety mln- litos Inter vlellms still were being duittt from the debris, ' - > Windows were shuttered ahrt the streets covered with glnss for several blocks In nil directions, Steatite, n Inhsslve variety of tale, Is popularly known us soapstone because of Us soupy and greasy feel, The snssufrns tree bears leaves In thrnrt tllffnriMil. slinnns. fiiil0llil%§*^ t«y 3TUOeni S . By From Smok (3ft WAG'S {'A"P) pttpfls .were?; eva-fc Richards Vocflliei today when smok from a Wall,-.' , Tho -girls ' tharc throe-story bulldji tot* noticed 'smottc wntl near the st rttul sotuuled on frit-emeu ripped fotin'tt\ nh >adjolnli jiplinTRtitiy set flr< hnvlng 'fnulty insi The 'fire today mated ?50,000 ' d school nnd gyrnna tr.OnM rtr»U/,rt t f itih ti, VIII 1(^U 11 vll I Ljlltii the 'Northwest S ni'imlnri nhriut SIS Side. Thd church t/ffi No "narrow-gauge" car , I- I corners as surely as PONTIAC! •t-. scnter by Mrs. J. D Walker. It ^ OW n nccosBorlcr Mrs Hem-y was an article m The Methodist mother o£ th brid cgroom, was at- AcUvc" by Helen G.bsan. This had llrcd , n Wuo with ^ aicM ^ g . |Cces . sories. Each wore a pink orchid corsage. Following the wedding, Miss Ann a special significance to the Indies as Miss Gibson is a cousin of Mrs. H. O. Kyler, Sr. Mrs, E, P. Young, Sr. closed the program with "Forgetting 1958 and Statement of Condition SAVINGS I LOAN ASSOCIATION 209 South Main St. At Close of Business, December 31, 1958 ASSETS Conventional, FHA, Gl, and Title I FHA Loans ,...$1,029,640.67 'Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank Cash and Government Bonds Furnilure and Fixtures 14,700,00 109,304,05 3,961,30 $1,157,606,02 LIABILITIES Capita! • $1,017,264,1$ Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank Loans in Process Advance Payments by Borrpw§rs fpr.Taxes and Insurants • 2Q ( OOQ.OO 1,945,88 3,143-58 Other Liabilities Reserves and Undivided Profits. 115*169,1? OFFICERS J. P, Duffie President N, T, Jewell Vicc.Presidont Fred 0. Ellis Sccrctary'Manager Albert Graves • Attorney Pyffie P, Booth Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS J. P. Duffie Duffie Hardware Co, First Albert Grgyes Graves If Graves, Attorneys piVcptor, " Bank Frqnk J. Hill eal Estate N, T. Jewell Property Management Director, Citizens IJafl Banlg Disk Wgtkins WsWiins & Son, Q. Eljjs Qreeiiing ' Real Ettate l«oan$ to Bwy/ Build, Repair, Remodel and Refinance Personal Mention friends of Mrs. 'P. L. Perkins will bo glnd to loarn thnt she re- tilpietl home 'Saturday nCter re- 'con'tly undc.rgoinig surgery at St. Mjcjigal's Hospital 'in Tcxnrlcnna. Hospital Notes Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Wm..'B. Pool, Rt. I, -Rosston; Erro'l Arlodc, 'Tit. I, Palmos; 'Mrs. Ctarn 'B. "Williams •Rt'." 1 Lcwisvillc; Grncle Lntidcr- mllk, Hope; Mrs. 'Douglas Jester, il-lope; Btvby Melinda >Lynn Jester, H.op'e; ^Discharged; Sonya Powell, Ri. 1 lEmniol. i]Wr.. and Mrs, Douglas Jester of (Hope announce the arivnl of a •bn;by girl, Jan, 0, 1959. James nnd Gracic Lauclcrmilk, 'Hope, announce the arrival of a ;batoy boy, Jan. 0, 1.959. Branch .Admitted: i. H. 'Doiuichiimp oC :BlisMins.;.J3iJ'by 'Paul '.Malardier, 'Rt. 1 Hope. Dlscharg e d: Mrs. "Parker Rogers, Washington; IMiss Carolyn Phillips, Hope. The wheels are moved out 5 inches. for the widesl, steadies! slance in America, Road-test the only car with Wide-Track Wheels i * , * 11 Try your (.oucli in this new Ponl-inc and discover the big difference in cars todiiy! Try this brilliant bciuity around n few city corners nnd country curves. See for yourself how Pontinc's Wide- Track Wheels grip the road more firmly, corner so surely and safely, take the lean nnd sway out of the sharpest curves. You'll discover the easiest handling, most beautiful readability you've ever known in the new Wide-Track Pontiac! Pontiac! America's Number (T) Road Car DRIVE IT AND YOU'LL BUY IT! ONLY l!/ 2 CENTS PER MILE! ]ii n NASCAR RUporvtaod conaf, run a .sl/indiinl llyclni-Mnlio Ponlmc, powered by lite nuwTompcml 42013 V-8, nvo>'«|f<;d more Hum 40 m.p.h,—for only 1.400 couta per mil* on rc|(ulnr gnul •SEE YOUR: LOCAL AUTHORIZED' PONTIAC DEALER DAVIS PONTIAC CO. 319 SO. WALNUT HOPE, ARK. Cole had charge of the bride's book in the foyer of the church. A small reception for the families of the newlywads and n tew close friends wus held in the howe of the bride's parents. The bride's table was centered with i an nr- rnngcmcnl of pink and white carnations nnd roses. Miss Joyce Rilcy served the tiered wedding- cake, and Miss Billie Jean Wilkiso'n poured the punch. Assisting in tho dining room was Miss Syble Putman, When the couple loft tor a short wedding trip, the bride wore a brown cashmere suit with matching accessories, and pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Henry will reside at 516 East 16th; Texarkana, Arkansas, Mrs, Cleve Mayton Hostess to Circle No, 4 Circle No. 4 of .WSCS of First Methodist Church met Monday, Jan, 5 at 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Cleve Mayton. The meeting opened with prayer by a ministers wife, Mrs, Rufus Sorrells, a visitor. The business discussion followed. Mrs. F. C. Crow had charge of the program on, "The Philippines". A delicious dessert plate was served to J} members and one visitor. Coming qnd Going Mr. and Mrs, Bnrnie Cassidy and Mr, and Mrs. Roby Spears of Viv. ian, La., were Sunday guests of Mrs, Lalia Pipkard. Mr. and Mrs, A. A- anci sop, Ronnie iind a neighbor boy, Perry, have returned, home to Fort Worth, Tosas, aWr spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs, J S. McDowell and 'Mrs. Aubrey Collier Jr. and .family. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell of. Texarliana visited in the hornb of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. MpDowell Saturday night- Mr, and Mrs. Jack Burke and Paul have returned to their honie an Waterloo, 111., after spending the Christmas holidays with their parents, MV. and iMrs. John Burke of p.eAnji and iMr. and Mrs. jack -Cromer of Bluvins. Mrs. Joe Yocum a^id Miss Sharon -Lynn Pro^n, .both of Tesarkana visited Mr, and Mrs, M. M. Me- Piouglujij last week. Mr. a.nd Mrs- ttavU»i Berber and M,rs. George thp \yc4ding .of 'hern to BJiss pj.za'b.etli in Pijie Bl.ufi' oj) Saturday. Nw.bor.!A ut 'Lit.tlu LEWIS-McLARTY SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY THE 7th Largest Assortment of Ladies Fine Shoes Ever Offered In A Sale! Selected From Our Regular Stock Of — RHYTHM STEP — TOWN & COUNTRY — JOLENE DEB-TOWNERS — AND OTHERS 1 % Shoes to Wear Now - and All Spring On Tables For Easy Selection $ 2*00 *3.oo $5.00 Good Styles In High-Medium and Low Heels Sizes 5 to 10 - Widths AAAA to B SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY THE 7th Wegtherbird CHILDRENS SHOES Pflir

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