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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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, Wednesday, January 7 Jr.-Sr. executive committee will meet Wednesday at 9 a.m. in Mr. Jones' office. The '.Gardenia Garden Club will meet -Wednesday afternoon at 2 in the home Of Mrs, Jim James with Mrs. Howard Hollingsworth as co- ll^ less, Thursday, January 8 •The Jr.-Sr. PTA will meet on Thursday at 3 p.m. at the Junior • t High School auditorium. Thursday, January 8 The Baker Home Demonstration Club will meet'in the home of Mrs. Orville Steadman, Thursday, AENGER Tonite 6:30-8:00 Double Horror W0TH/H6 EVER PLUS — DANA ANDREWS CURSE Of THE DEMON Starts Wednesday ADULT Entertainment mmmmmm—. WARNER BROS. oloTHT,; MALONE u DUoa StHjmia ERROL ' FLYNN lohnBarrymon imo_ MUCH, TOO SOON EFREM ZIMBALIST, JR. MARTIN MIINER. ScreMfljy kyVIST amUO NAPOUON froluctd b) HENRY BUNKE Ciictltd by ART N/.I'OUOS "KATNIP CARTOON" Jan. 8 >at 7.'30 {j.m, (Each hiembci- is urged to attend. Pat Clebiirnc Chapter UiDC will meet Thursday, Jan.. 8 at the £>ia» mond Gale for a luncheon at 12:30, UM'rs. J. M, Dufifie has charge of the program. , v ,, double ,rlng cefemdoy \vas NcW Yesnr's EVe at 7 o'clock at the parsonage of Cert* tral Saptlst Church In Iciabcl, Okla,, Rev. Kenneth Reeves off!' iialed, Rose dardert Club of Hdpc will meet at 2:30 Friday, Jan. 9 afthe home of Mrs. S, L. Murphy with Mrs. J,,C. Carlton as co-hostess, 1 Circle No. 1 Meets At First Methodist Church Circle -No. 1 of WSCS mot in the First Methodist Church Monday, Jan. 5. Tho mooting was opened with prayer and business meeting was conducted by circle leader, Mrs. Johnny Green. Mrs. Green gave the devotional on "New Year's Re-solutions." Mrs. Ralph Smith, with other members, gave New Year's 'Resolutions that would help the WSCS for the coming year. Mrs. P. H. Webb gave a very interesting talk on assignment, Alaska. Mrs, Jimmy Cook concluded twlth a poem, "Prayer for the New Year." Hostesses, Mrs., Johnny Green and Mrs. R. N. M'ouscr, served a sandwich plate, fruit cake and coffee to 9 members and'-. 1 guest, IMrs. J. C. Carlton, president of the WSCS. Mary Grace Gibbs Engaged To William DWaln 0'Stee n Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Gibibs of'Mindcn, !La., announce the engagement and approaching mar- rSag;e of ithe'lr daughter, Mary Grace, to Wiliam Dwain O'Steen, son of Rev. and Mrs. tElbcrt O'Steen, Warren, lArk, The wedding will Ibe in the parlor of the 'First Baptist Church of M'inden, Saturday, Jan. 24 at 7:30 -p.m. with the groom's father officiating. -Miss Gitobs is a graduate of SVTin- den iHigh^gchool and Ayers Business School ot Shrcveport. Mr. O'Steen is a graduate of Hope High School and will receive his degree in Pelrolucm Engineering from .Louisiana Polytechnic Insli- 'tute, Huston, La., in June. The WMA of Unity Baptist ' Church Met I" the Home of Mrs, Jack Brown Mrs. Jack Brown was hostess to the WMA of Unity Baptist CJuu'ch! Monday night. j Mrs. Charles Ellis opened the I meeting with prnyer r 'and' Mrs, I Esther Ward gave the devotion from Ephesian, Chapter 8. Mrs, Brown taught tho lesson from Ephesians Chapter 5. Mrs. Ellis gave a story entitled, "Tho Wonder Story". Minutes were read and approved. SMrs. J, W. Secrcst 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. Circle No. 2 Met In the Home of Mrs. Ralph Lehman Circle No. 2 of the WSCS ot First i Methodist church met in the home ' of Mrs. Ralph Lehman and Miss' Mary K. Lehman, Monday, Jan. 5. The meeting was opened with prayer by the lender,, Mrs. R, T. White. Mrs. Sam Warmack gave a most inspiring devotional using as her subject, a reciept for the New Year. Mrs. White had charge ot the program and was assisted by Mrs. IBridgers, whose subject was 'Mnry Johnston Hospital", Mrs. Thorn- j ton, who spoke on, "Bataan Memorial Hospital", Mrs. Rucker who told about the Wesley Village, "Hong Kong". Mrs. Lester who's subject was, "The Convention on Christian Edu- cajion 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 to the 11 members present. Mrs, R. V. Herndon Hostess To Friday Bridge Club Mrs. £>. B. Russell Jr. of Dallas '& IMrs. Tom Wardlaw were guests of the Friday Bridge Club which met with Mrs. R. V. Herndon on Jan. 2. During the afternoon prizes wore won by Mrs. Ward! aw and scorers. The two .tables of players and two tea guests, Mr:;. Joe Yocum and Miss Sharon L-ynn Brown both of Texarkana, were invited into the dining room for refreshments, There, the dining table was centered with an arrangement if beautiful yellow chrysanthemums, and the ladies were served a salad plate -and coCfec, Mrs. Loyd Klnard Entertains Circle No. 3 of WSCS --V Mrs. "Loyd Klnard (ntoitninfed WSCS Circle No. 3 of the Fn« t t Methodist Church at hci homc^on Monday, Jan, 5, with Mis He/y'y Taylor as co-hostess. ' Mrs. Webb Lasctcr, Ji cliplcS chairman, voiced the opening pra^j er, and gave "A New Yeai's Resolution", using Biblical chaiaclois A'short'business meeting followed with nine members answering the roll. An interesting program was presenter by Mrs. J. D. Walker. It was an article in "The Methodist Active" by Helen Gibson. This had a special significance to the ladies 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 $^029,640,67 f 'Stock in Federal Home • Loan Bank 14,700,00 Cash and Government Bonds 109,304,05 Furniture and Fixtures 3,961,30 $1,157,606,02 LIABILITIES Sayings Capita! : Advances from Fedgrgj Home Loan Bgnk 20,OQQ,QQ Loan? in Process ...-..> Advance Payments by Borrpwgri gnd Insurance .' Other Ligbiliries. Reserve^ ana! Undivided OFFICERS J, P, Duffie President N. T, Jewell Vice-president Fred 0. Ellis Sccrctary'Manager Albert Graves • Attorney Duffie P, Booth Assistant Secretary BIRICTORS J, P. Puffie Duffle hardware Co, Pirectot^ First Nst'l Bk, Albert Grgves Graves & Graves, Attorneys Pireptor, Citizens Nat'l Frgnk 4, Hill Real jSstste & Insurance N. T. Jewell Property Management Pireptor, Citizens ' Pick Wgtkins H«"ry Cotton son, Fr§d Q, ill is, preening Insurance & Real Estate Loom to Buy, Build, Repair, Remodel and Refinance Miss Biv*lyfi Elizabeth MaffiSs J. B, .Hehry ;•> On Sunday afternoon, .fatntftry 4, the Walnut Street Chui'ch of dhrlst was the scene of the msirrlftge of Miss BcVclyn Elizabeth Ball, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs, A,- C, Bull, to J. B. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs, Burke Albert Hera-y of Texarknnn, Bro: F, R. Tipton officiated at the double-ring eoremony. Nuptial music was provided by vocal so< lolst, John Allen Ross of MeCns- kill. The candles wore lighted by Miss Glertda Ball, sister of the bride, an! Miss Barbara Jolinson of Little Rock, cousin of the groom.' The father of the bride gave! her In marriage, She wore a tra-1 dilionnl wedding gown of white j satin. The full skirl hnd Inserts! of chnntilly lace in the back; nnd the satin bodice wns covered with lace. The scoop neckline dipped' to a "V" in the back. The long sleeves of chantilly lace ended hi Illy points over the hands, Tho bribe's shoulder length veil of illusion was edged in embroidered lace nnd Tell from a coronet of satin, Ince, seed pearls, and sequins. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace which was the uitt of tlic groom. Her bridal bouquet was centered with an orchid;, and she also carried n luce handkerchief which had belonged to her groat • great - grandmother. The handkerchief is a traditional part of the wedding ensemble for brides in her family. Vows were exchanged before an aHer decorated with ivy, bnskets of white gladioli, nnd cathedral tapers. Miss Dorothy Ball, sister of the bride, was her maid ot honor. She woru a silver metallic dross made in tho empire style with a sweep ot chiffon in the back. Her 'bandeau was silver and her accessories were pink. She carried a 'bouquet of pink carnations. Miss Margie. Clark and Miss Linda Purtle were the bridesmaids. Miss Clark wore a blue metallic dress with pink accessories and curried a bouquet of pink- carnations. Miss Purtle wore a pink mclnllic dross with blue accessories nnd carried blue carnations. Their drosses were fashioned like that of the honor attendant. The flower girls . were Misses Judy Tipton and Julie Lafforty. They wore pink taffeta dresses with flowered pink bundetiux. Miss Nancy Carol Hoss and Master John Mark Lnlferly were the ring benrcrs. Miss Ross was dressed similarly to the bride. Jimmy May served the groom as best man. Groomsmen wore Buddy Bull, brother of the bride, and Max Henry of Tcxarkann, brother of the groom. Ushers .were Jimmy Porlcrfield and Skippy Tackett of Texarkana. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Ball chose a beige dress with brown accessories, Mrs, Henry, mother of the bridegroom, was attired in blue with matching accessories. Each wore a pink orchid corsage. Following the wedding, Miss Ann Cole had charge of the bride's book in the foyer of the church. A small reception for the families of the newlyweds and a few close friends was held in the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was centered with an arrangement of pink and.white carnations and roses. Miss Joyce Rijcy served the tiered wedding cake, and Miss Billje Jean Wilklson poured the punch. Assisting in the dining room was Miss Syble Putman. When the couple left for a short wedding trip, the bride wore a brown cashmere suit with matching accessories, a n d pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Henry will reside at 51G East 18th; 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. Tho meeting opened with prayer by a ministers wife, Mrs, Rufus Sorrclls, a visitor. The business discussion followed Mrs. P. c. Crow had charge of the program on, "The Philippines", A delicious dessert plate was served to 11 members and one vis- >Lt. ar.tf'to'-sVJ'oiitt Attics' left week for Alabriirift, whorti.he will ibe stationed, n't iPl, McCletlnH With the' Chemical Cdrus o'f lite V. S\ Avtey, ' ^ tor. and Mrs. Snm Strong and Snhimy attended tho 1 - Mnernt of (Dr.' Strong's grandmothor ( Mrs. .E.'R. Strugart in Affcndelphiri oti Sunday. jMisscs Lena and >M'iiry Beth Rogers ot Washington spent the week cnd, ( with Mr. and (Mrs. Cecil \Vca* ver, while .their mother Is >a pa* Uettl in a local hospital. ;Kay Kent has returned to Johnson City, Tcnn. where she Is a |Ph$*slcnl 'Education Teacher nl East Tennessee Stale College, after visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lester Kent. She also spent part of her Vacation In (Las Vegas, Nov. and Los" Angeles, Calif, as the guest ot Mr. >and Mrs, Vcrdo Kent of Los Angeles, , By WESfl "MCklNLEV TSfANfiUfj, Turkey (,\F) —. Thirty , persons 'were . believed kilted nnd 100 Seriously injured in n thunderous explosion Hits morn* Hg that shattered two crowded tour-story office buildings in old 'ichtrnl .Istanbul. Three of the dead wore passengers In tt bits, which wns passing nnd wns crushed by the debris, sho Ynt Gttxolo, One of Ihe-bUUlkUng owners snld Ihe explosion appeared to coma trom n wnrcholisc in the ronr In •Miss Carolyn Strong, of, Dr. and Mrs, Sam Strong hns returned to NeWcomo Collate in Nuw Orleans, ivttcr apcnflliu', tl>e Chrl|tnias holidays at homo. I).\vid Pearson hns resumed his bifrlies at Phillips University in .Enid, Oklii., after spending the h iliduys with his parents, Mr. and Mrr, Roland Pearson. fancl Mrs, Jon OJarbarotlo aricl' 'dnughlcr, Sandra, returned 1 homo this past weekend after spending the holidays With rein- lives in Little (Rock, Monllccllo and .El Dorado. Personal Mention Friends of Mrs. 'P. I/. Perkins will be glncl to learn thai she re- tHi'iiad home Saturday ; aCter recently undergoing surgery at St. 'Mjehcnl's Hospital Jn Tcxarknnn. Hospital Notes Memorial Admitted: Mrs. Wm.-. B. Pool, HI. 1, Rnsslon; Errol Arlcclo, HI. 1, Patmos; Mrs. Ctarn 'B. Willinms •HI'.' 1 Lewisville; Gracie liiiuclcr- milk, Hope; Mrs. : Douglas Jester, (H'ope; Bivby Mclinda 'Lynn Jester, Hpp'e ; •Discharged: Sonya Powell, Hi. 1 ilVIn. and Mrs. Douglas Jester of (Hope announce the -nrivnl of n bn'by girl, Jnn. G, 1050, James and Gracie Lnudcrmilk, 'Hope, announce the arrival of a 'baby boy, Jan. C, 1959. , Branch Admitted: -I, H. .iBenuchainp of :Bli?M)liS.'i < .Ps!by^P.aul<iMalnrdic.r, Rt. I Hope. Discharged: Mrs. uParkcr Rogers, •Washingl.onj IMiss Carolyn Phillips, Hope. ttf the rrieetiftg fiS/er- by the ., , BxiMftg the .social" hour the rl8s( sSfig seWed delicious eakd, feoffeS and other confections to the" bers, 30 Killed in , dffsmisserf with Sfjflrigs the wedding lives. tKelf datightefi i (iWese to .JohnsdrV Sett of Mf t and Mfs. ,ttay ftooerts of cf ihfiahi« were, stored, , H One 6f> r lhe,IWd'',b«iknn|l wfts etmtfclctely tfhlfnblect, the othef, housing (he tiowspripofs, looked o§ h 4 ' its bhdt" end liatl been stieftd Tho explosion oetirrcd nt the height of midmoriiing traffic, Police cordoned off the' area "&hd divfcrted a,M tfaffle. Ninety min- titc!! inter victims still were faclttg dutitf from the debris. • Windows were < shnttcfnd and the streets covered with glnss tor several blocks in all directions. Stenllto, a mnsslvc variety of talc, Is popularly known as soap' stone because ot its soapy and greasy tool. The snssnfrns true bonrs kuves in .three different shapes, Students Evacua pupllg '..Were,'- tttchnrds ,Vocational ;i tddny when .sit from ft wall.-, . , The -girls marched" outf i three-story building lot* noticed sfnoke cu.. Wnll ncnr the school i u ..uuivnmij nnd, sounded nil alarm* "'-""*«&?! Flromon I'ippfad otil ih<r'"' found nit ''adjoining floor'" apparently.set, tire by n> Hnvifig 'faulty Insulatibft" .....v.^,„..», ,Thc fire today caused an lesttf; mated $50,000 ' damages - lp«- .IM' school nrid gymnasium bt-St'^Pabl' Evnngclicnl Llilheran church»'»*b"i!* Ihe ,'Northwest, Side, The -bla'z# drtlpted nbotit 3;30 a.m. No "narrow-gauge" car corners as PKWWWMmuynnqi^saMWKariHBHiOTW^-s, , « >* *» »-' >•<, .** 1-1. *!-. > ggffm'AX^KT. The wheels are moved oul 5 inches • for the widest, steadies! stance in America. Road-test the only car with Wide-Track Wheels Try your touch in this now Pontiac nnd discover the big difference in cars today! 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Perry, have returned home to 1-ort Worth, Texas, afttr sppndlng « °J'^ lcit ' ys with Ml "- ^ nd Mrs: J 3. McOosveH and 'Mrs. Aubrey CoJ- her Jr. and family.' v Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell or marltans visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Mcpowell Sat. urday night. Mr. and. Mrs. jack Burke and Paul have returned to thojr home qn Waterloo, ill., after spending tlie Chnstmas hoJidays with their parents, MV. and iMrs. John Burke Pi P.pAnn and (Mr. and'Mrs. Jack Cromer o| Bk'vins. I Mrs. Joe Yocum uAd Miss Sharon Lynn Brown, both of Tesarkana visited Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Me"' ' i last garber and the wccfejiflg of Pi-. Pavicj, I :b.urn t.« Miss glizafeeth E.dn.a l-HUe LEWIS-McLARTY SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE STARTS WEDNESDAY THE 7th Largest Assortment of Ladies Fine Shoes Eyer Offered In A Sale! 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