Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 12, 1959 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, January 12, 1959
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- i- PM6H4 7«3431 8 ArMi and 4'PiM. school aCidlttiffuffi. 'Mrs; Jim Ma* Rehile* will have chftfge.vofKthe program, VW^'I <1^ - i^ 1 < • " _ti'. /> A i-*! i 'ir « School'PliA wilt "Meet al 3 p. 'rrt, ill the school auditorium.' The '.program Will fee on Mental 1 irtoalth. The fixccutave will be at 2:30 p.m. • * ^-* f Calendar Janusr* 12 The' Women-s'society of Christ- ,ian Service of the First Methodist I Church will have a joint meeting lUvith the Guilds 'Monday, Jan 12 Alt >t 7:30 p.m. at the church. f |4adies of the church are invited. ^ ' T?fe Ann Wolierman 'Circle of the "First Baptist Church Will meet SAENGER TONITE 6:30 -8:30 NEWS — CARTOON TUESDAY ONLY 2 THRILLERS In the home of Mrs f Ivtiles Laha, 1604 So. Main tonight at All The John, Cain, Chapter o£ the D, A, R. will hieet at 12 iioon on Wednesday, Jamiavy 14 til the Diamond Cafe. This will be the first business meeting of the ycai', so all members are urged to be The Tena Class of the Garrelt present. Committee chairmen aVo members are uilged to attend, as this is a mission study, Memorial Church will meet in thti home of Mrs. Ted Turtle, 821 \V. Ave. D, Monday, Jan.' 12 at 7:30 p m. All members are urged attend. to Tuesday, January 13 The Friendship Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church tor a potluck supper Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Jack Arnctt, Eva Nell 'M'oxloy and 'Lola Woodul. All members and associate members are urged to be present. Chapter AE of PEO will meet Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 3 p.m. in the home ot Mrs. R. B. Moore with Mrs. L. D. Springer as co-hostess. The Builders Bible Class of the First Baptist Church will have reminded to bring your reports lor the past year, and if you dannot be present, mall them to Mrs Paul Klipsch, Thursday, January 15 The Hope .Council of Garden Clubs will meet in the homo of Mrs. Loyd Kinard al 0;30 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 15 The January meeting of (he Guernsey PTA will meet Thursday Jan 15 at i2:80 .p.m. in the school •auditorium. 'Mrs. Inez Turner will be the guest speaker. Everyone is urged to attend. Hope Chapter 328 Order of the Eastern Star will have it's regular meeting, Thursday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Hall There will be an initiation. All mcmtoers their monthly business meeting and i nrc U1 . ge d t 0 attend. social, Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 7:301 p.m. at the home of iMVs. O. F. Lloyd, with Mrs. Alice Roach as co-hostess. All members are urged to attend. Miss Juanlta Cox Weds Gary L. Corley The marriage of Miss Juanita Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The Couple's No. 1 Sunday School I James O. Cox, and Gary L. Corley, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Corley Class of the .Garett Memorial Baptist Church will have their regular monthly meeting Tuesday at 7:30 .p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. of Smackover, was solemnized December 21, in the home ot Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Barnes in Smackover. NEW SENATE OFFICE BUILDING—The main committee room, above, of the brand now 24-million-dollar Senate^ Office Building, Jn Washington is,lighted incandcsccntly. - Most of the other rooms of tho'nine-floor white marble structure have fluorescent fixtures. 1 Other features include an auditorium seating 500, ,160 rest, rooms, private sundcck for'senators, and a subway underneath to,the CapitoL s 1 ,''.„'.,,,'» ^ I ' - I , •, ' ' >,< .,' mony. The bride was given in ma mage by her father. She wore a white. PLUS — THE MOST FANTASTIC PLOT OF WORLD WAR TWO! Thomas Duckett, 520 North Her-1 The Rev. John Burton of El Dorado, vcy. Mrs. Dale McKinncy will performed the double-ring cp.rc- 'brimg .the devotional. Mrs. Don •Kauffman will be in charge of the program. All members are _„ ... urged to .attend and bring a friend. | lace sheath dress over taffeta and I a while lace chapol cap. She car- The Practical Nurses will meet ried a while orchid. Her sisler, Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Miss Carolyn Cox, was dressed in the courtroom of 'City Hall. The 1959 oifficers will "be elected. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. Pod Rogers invites every .member and associate member of the L.L.L. Sunday School Class of The First Baiptisl Church to a social and business meeting at her home at 7:30 .p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13. EN HELL BROKE LOOSE DAFFY DUCK CARTOON The Hope Iris Garden Club will meet Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 2:30 p.m. in the home of (Mrs. J. W. Cunningham with Mrs. Lahroy Spates as co-hostess. Mrs. Billy Dan Jones will present the program, "Birds — The Friend of Man." The arrangement will be in the Japanese manner. Brookwood (PTA Executive committee will meet Tuesday, Jan. 13 at ,2:30 p.m. in the school a.udilor- • Oglesby PTA wall meet Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 7:30 p. m. in the school auc'HtoiVjum. Guest speaker will toe Dr, Dean Andrews of Magnolia, Wednesday, January 14 light blue 'brocade designed on! sheath lines and liar a matching velvet headband. Her flowers were pink carnations. Bill Perry was his brother's best man. After a trip to points in Mississippi, the couple are making their home in Smackover, where the bridegroom is in business' with his father. i Mrs. Corley was graduated from! Henderson State Teachers College, and Mr. Corley attended Southern Stale College and Ouachila Baptist College. ChurchJlls Off for ttd Lndy Chili-chill, bundled^ u|i Kathsl London's freeing' Ibtnpcr* attires, left toy, nir today ftir ( n six- Venk slay In tho' sunshine ot /torcoco. f - j He watched,In a jovial mood as ils easel nmUpalnls were Wrled •" riitdnrc!. tfe KoCh, whidfi for ifiafty ot HIS >4**«pi by Sen. Thnisloh" Aiorlun ), winch would nuow n tit' cute ctiioit uy inrec'tuths ol "Ui« •enuiors present and Voting, * Case aitici lie believes l»d thfdu- inns rijjuro hhs n real chuhce of idoptton; and Vice President Nlx- f represented during the as believing tiuit on WHS vcekciwi sianos a .btccti' cnancu of bonatc i|jpi'oval ttinn t>ny oilier, nut ben, bvuiuu iJii'Ksen (H-Ill) he new Senate GOi J loader,- suiti n -u tclovisian iiuorvlow tjunday 10 cxpoats Johnson's proposal »to tic adopted. He said lie based thai .MOW on check? with members 01 both parlies. Bolh Dirkscn and Sen. MIKo VJnnsilclri (iMM'aiiU' Hie assistant 3emocrnlle loader, predicted alio I'hc present Congress will puss i>omc civil rights leglslaton, lint did not 8ny\,wrwl they expouled. Johnson s rusoluticni has the jackcng oi' top Senate leaders of both parties, except for Senator Thomas 11. Kuchet (.R-Calll), thu Jicw GOP whip, or assistant leader. H was designed as a compromise between Southern sonalorjj uppuscd to any change In the present rule and the coalition of Northern and Western senators demanding debate limttubion by majority vote, On a first test vote on Friday, anllfilibustcr forces went down to dclcal by lopsided 00-30 count. men tirey 1 - ccmld "tJj&fc'tMl' 1 snctHilntlon that* HeTnilgli'l „„„„„„,,. Son, John L. Mcdlellan (bAi-k) ? in men, "I nm tli-mly committed,not'4 run It John seeks tho jtoverhor said. Asked It this tnfcftht he" mi^iiE^ 1 '?! be planning lo oppose Son* j; W./' ' ".4 FUlbHghl (DArk) in 1DC2, FmtibitS-l «F said: i», f ?n' v u» yitf. "that's lo ofar in the tutut'c lb' discuss at this time." , \u\'' MOTOROLA ' .' i A regular Motorola TV'has .been, 1 operating continuously sines- March 18, 10138. A total,of over 7200 hours without any breakdown. This Is equivalent lo. nearly 6 years of ndrindl use, Motorola TV can be purchased, only at Baker's fiasy Pay Stores with a written Lifetime ! Pioture! Tube Warranty. s 1 ••> BAKER'S EASY PAY STORES ,,.,"; 212 E, Second, Hope, Ark. ' ' !M THERE'S A POINT TO IT-r-Poncils go on parade in Oslo, Norway. Students -of •• the Norwegian Art and Craft School are all sharpened up in these costumes to advertise their annual exhibition. Proceeds from theTsale-bf their works means new equipment for the students. as a • new member of the group. The hostesses served pie and-coffee lo 22. Brookwood PTA will meet Wed-1 officers was appointed, nesday, Jan. 14 .at 3 p.m. in the I Mrs. Charles Stone was welcomed Rose Garden Club Met in the Home of Mrs. S. L. Murphy THe Rose Garden Club of Hope met Friday, January 9, in the homo of Mrs. S. L. Murphy, with Mrs. J. C. Carllon as co-hostess. Tho line arrangement for the coffee table was brought by Mrs. Harry Shiver. An interesting program on "Birds in the Garden" was presented by Mrs. J, C. Cnrlton. During tho business meeting, conducted by the club president, Mrs. G. B. Hughes, the committees for the forthcoming Flower Show were read and a nominalinp committee to select now ighost scores. The hostess served salad plate and coffee for re- reshmenls. Mrs. Charles Harrell Hostess to Friday Bridge Club Mrs. Charles Harrell was hostess to her Friday Bridge Club on January B. Besides the regular club members, other guests included Mrs. J. M. Duffie, Mrs', Marie Hondrix, and Mrs. Dewey Camp. Priy.es were won by Mrs. TQJTI McLarty and Mrs. J. M. .Duffie for annual sale seam/ess stockings save up to $1,05 on every box sheer- .?5, JPW, $3,30 reinforced sheer- mferofi/m ifrefeh sheer* sheer heel dem/' § piers; / med/ym and fang ih poetfe, be// rose ond shefi ?2 ihtu $Qty(d$Yi 17 Johnson Thinks Continued 'From Page ,,Ono fort 'to get the" dispute out of the way. " ' ' In debate on the Douglris amondmpnt Johnson expressed confidenco",th'at the outcome of the fight over the rules "will be a fair reflection of tho wilt of the Senate and the will of the nation." Jr.-Sr. PTA Has First Meeting of the Year The first meeting of the New Year was held Thursday, Jan, 8, Ihe Jr.-Sr. PTA in the Junior -Ugh auditorium with Mrs, George Vritshl, president, presiding. The si'erclary''s report was given by VIrs. Henry Seamons and Mrs. Al r>ark gave the treasurer's report. Announcement was made oy Mrs. rank King of the Oglesby PTA I'eoUntr, Tuesday night, Jan. 13 il which time Dr. Dean Andrews, jrofossor at Southern Stale College, will be the guest speaker. "Game Night", sponsored by the Jr.-Sr. PTA is announced for the light of February 17lh, as usual, each year,.Ihe PTA sponsors some one fund raising project. Plans are low being made with the hopes of making it an annual affair. There will be advance ticket saies. Everyone is invited to attend. Further oetbils will be announced later. Mrs. Grit Stuart was introduced y Mrs. Homer Beyerloy and gave Mrs. Kenneth and their three sons, a very interesting lulk on "A Word About Nutrition." Concluding the progrurn was a film, shown by Mr. Hughes, chairman of By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON (API—The San- ate'starts voting today on specifif proposals to make it easier lo choke off filibusters. Up for action at the outset was a proposed change in Senate rules to allow a majority of the Senate, or HO of tho 98 members, lo cut off a filibuster after 15 days. Under present rules, it tu-kes thp voles of 60 senators, or two-thirds of all 08 senators, to halt a fill buster and force an issue to a vote, The proposal for debate limitation by majority vote was offered by Sen. Paul H. Douglas (U-11D for a coalition of Northern and Western senators led by himself mid Sens, Hubert Humphrey (D- Minn), Jacob K, Javits (R-NY> and Clifford P. Case (R-NJ). Jt was in the form of an amend- ment to a resolution by Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas under which filibusters could be shut off by two-thirds of the senators present and voting. Even be.fore . the vote on Ilia Douglas amendment, ils sponsors conccedecl thai il had virtually no chance- of adoption. But they had higher hopes for another amend- CLOSE-OUT FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK " •• t . , i. • 9 — BOY'S SUITS 6 _ BOY'S SPORT COATS - \ TO CLOSE OUT- 1 LOT MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS REG. PRICE $4.00 FOR H £t*ri£trr r tADcKr- Raymond the 1P50 March of Dimes. Mr. Hughes urged everyone to support this very wor'lhy cause. Coming gncj Going Mrs. Norma Bri'dgeforlh of For- Mrs. K, E. Ambrose. We. and Mrs. E, P O'Neal have returned from Tucson, Ariz., where they h£ive been visiling Maj. and Mrs, James H, Jones is home from Texivrkana where she recently undersvent surgery iit St., Michael's Hospital. rest City is visiting Griner family. the Dqnajd Mrs. L. C. Kayser of North LittJo Rock »has been visiting Mr. and Mrs, Doug Jester and children. She was joined on Sunday by Mr. er and Miss Miriam Kayser, M»\ and Mrs. James Robertson, Bobbie, and Mark, of Mulvern, were Sunday guesls of the Rev, «nd Mrs, Rufus' F, Sorrells, Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. Hoyt Archer, Rt. Patmos; Mrs. Ansley Gilbert, lope; T-, A. Smith, Rt. 3 Hope; (Betty .Armstrong, .Hope; Ira Turner, Washington) Rodney Watson, lope. Mrs. iloyt Aicher, Kenneth Ambrose of Tulsa, is the guest of his parents, Mr. Memgrial Admit|Sfl; Mrs. Mamie Critchlow, Hope; San'ford Huether. Hope Mrs. lipss. 'Bright, Hope; Allen R. Smith, Hope; Mrs, Dee Coffuo, Rt. Hopp; flarvey Young, Hopo! Mrs. gijly Joe Butler. Rt. 1 Hopu; Jasper Clayton, McNub; Mrs. Al- vm Robertson, 'Hope; Mrs. Lillian Sutton Emmet; Mrs. Monty MVnts Hope; Eddie King, Hope. .3rge<2: Miss Lylu Brown. Hop,e; 'Mr§- Jim LaGrossa and 'baby girl, Hope; Mrs. D. K Powell. Rt. 1 Hope Mrs. Donald Quiiiai Hupe; ^Jvs, Tom G<,iUinght. Saratoga; Qr,ftpi.e Loudermilk and baby boy. Hops; Hem'y Cole, Hope; Mrs. iviby Poffee, Rt. 3 Hope. Mr. pad &lvs. Dee Potfw of Hop.c aanoun.ce the arrival ol ;j bo^y, 'born Jaai. U, 193!?. >Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joo BuUtvr f Rt. 4, ijope ijinnounce the arvivi>| StiHHundreds of Pairs to Choose From in Foster's Semi - Annual Shoe,' I;: Broken Size Runs Remaining From Fall and Winter Collections Values to 14,95 RED CROSS SHOES 6- $ 7 POUUPARROT Remaining Advertised Brands DISPLAYED ON TABLES T^P^ ^WHIHB^ : ^IppllPr ^^^p ^^^^^^ ^^^P ^^^p ST0RI f ITTifc II:

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