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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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11, MOM ITAt, HOM, ARKAMIAI IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Tuesday, July 11 £ic Liberty I ID Club will meet Tuesday night, July n with Mrs. T. C. May at 7:30 p.m. Licensed practical nicct Tuesday, July in the community National Bank. nurses will 11, at 7 p. . room of First elub and Hope WMU 'Association and will lead the business session. A luncheon will be prepared by the host church. Nursery will be open. Plan now to come and attend Ihc conference of your choice. Sandra and Jan Gaincs, Sue Rcinharctt. Lowder, Brothtrton's Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Hap Brothcrlon entertained the following guests with a barbeque chicken supper at their home Monday night: Mrs. VI. H. Vaughn, Mrs. C. A. Phillips, Mrs. A. E. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cunningham, Jimmy and Steve of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wnrnkcn, Mr. D. \V. Bailey of Mesa. Ariz.. Gladys Ann and Bob- bv Brolherton. Ann Wollerman Circle of Baptist Church met al the Mrs. Monty Monts entertained her Ladies Bridge Club on the evming of July G. Th<: two tables of"laycrs included two guests, Miss Diane Helms Mrs. Joe Watkins. Summer flowers graced the liome. Winning high score prize was Mrs. Thai! Hawkins, and second high was Mrs. Joe Wat kins. The game prua went lo Mrs. Ralph Emerson. A dessert plale was served for refresh mcnls. * Ilopewell Home Demonsl.ralion Club will meet Thursday al 2:30 in Ihc home of Mrs. G. W. Gra- 'ham. The program will be on First Aid. The First home of Mrs. Horace Fuller with JI members present. Mrs. Charles Reynerson opened the meet with prayer. Miss Annie Sue Andres conducted (he business meeting. Mrs. M. S. Bates presented Ihe program assisted by Mrs. W. T. Baber and Mrs. Clyde Osborn. The calendar of prayer for missionaries with birthdays on this date was read and the meeting was closed with prayer by Miss Andres. Refreshments were served by j the hostess. WMS Association at First Baptist Rally First Baptist Church WMS wil serve as hostesses for the \VM£ Aflocialtonal Rally (Hope Asso eialion) Thursday, July 13, at 10 a. m. Mrs.Homer. Bcyerley of the local church is president of the DIXIE On Hwy. 29 - Vi Mile S. Hope Hi furry . . . Last Big Nitc To Sec Walt Disney's "ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR" Henderson Family Reunion Attended by 110 were here last week lo sec Mrs. A. T. Jewell. They were joined over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Jewell and family of Ft. Worth and the latter Mrs, Jewell's mother, Mrs. Combcsl of Paducah, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hamilton and sons, Paul and Jerry, returned home lo Dallas, Tex., Sunday after a 10-day visit with Mrs. Galdys Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Overland Park, Miss Melba Bristow's Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Matt Brislow of Fulton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Melba. to Billy Joe Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilbert, also of Fulton. The groom- elect is a HJliO graduate of Hope High School. The wedding will be an event of July 30. The Lawrence Albrittons 'onroe, Tex., are guests of and Mrs. Corbin Foster and and Mrs. A. A. Albriton. Frank's Home Seem Of Party On Friday morning, July 7, Miss Penny Franks and Miss Suzanne Booth entertained with a Come-'As-You-Are breakfast al the J. W. Franks' home. The parly was in honor of Miss Ha- vula Henderson of Arkadelphia house guest of Miss Teiui Pilkin- lon. Mrs. J. W. Franks assisted the hostesses in serving a delicious meal. Besides the hostesses and Miss Pilkinlon, others attending were Misses Mary Gail McRae, Velda Says — My Personal Guarantee — Sec this and if you can say you didn't have a wonderful tj mc — See me for a Free Ticket to Another Show! We Make Our Own Weather! Saenger THEATRE It's Always Cool Here! NOW ... "A COMEDY CLASSIC" N.Y. Mirror "If You Want A Jolly Time Go See "Days of Thrills and Laughter" . . . N.Y, Times" THE FASTEST, FUNNIEST, MOST FURIOUS MOMENTS k ROM THIRTY YEARS OF HOLLYWOOD HISTORY. with the greatest cast ' ever to light Ihe screen! DOUfilAS FAIRBANKS -CHARLIE CHAPLIN STAN LAUREL-OLIVER HARDY Attending the Henderson reunion at Fair Park Sunday, July 9,were the following families: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Henderson, Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Arfee Henderson, Texarkana, Mrs. Ola Henderson and children, Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Henderson, Wcndcl Henderson, Ronnie Henderson, Miss Chaty Henderson and Mrs. B. W. Springs, all of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Hap Brothcrlon and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Springs of Brenlwood, Calif., T-Sgt. and Mrs. Lile Springs, Sandra Springs, and Mrs. Bertha McMahen of Shrcve- porl. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hunt and Ml ' s - D children, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Randolph Hunt and Billie, Mr. and Mrs. « llcsls Eugene Hunt and family, Mr. and Harrell. Mrs. Dannie Smith and family,all of Palmos, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Visiting the Townscnd and family, Mr.and Mrs. Sunday were William Bledsoe and family, Mr. 0. Roberts of rs. L. D. Eachers and fam-ad eta and Mrs. L. D. Eachers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Russell and family, all of Texarkana, Mrs. Jerald Jacobs and family and Mrs. N. C. Jacobs of Malvern, Mrs. Eva Lee Norwood and family of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Cannon, Mary Jane, Ronnie and David of Texas, Mrs. James Tedford, Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Long, Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs Joe Murry, Coy, Wayne Dennis, Sue, Symthia and Mike, also of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McBay of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McBay and family, Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Me Bay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harvcl, Betty, Sue, Bonnie, Dannie and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvcl and family Mr. and Mrs. Esthol Ilarvel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Harvel, all )f Hope. Friends who came were Mr. and Mrs. T. G. McBay, Rodney and R. L. Tompkins of Palmos, Itoy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith, Mrs. M. Lcc Stevenson, Mrs. Lon nic Townscnd and Kay Ross. Births Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neighbors and Mrs. Velma Cox went to Mcna this weekend to sec Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thomas. It was a family gathering to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. John Hart of Arkadclphia, mother of the women mentioned. Harold Tiplon of Kan., were in leaving for Columbus, Ga., where Dr. Browning will intern at Ft. Bcnning. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitworth have taken an apartment 'in Delight, Where he is the Missouri- Pacific ngent, but will maintain their home in Hope over Ihe weekends. , Mrs. W. C. Tollcson, Jr.. and sons. Mike and Steve, from Tin juana, Venezuela arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hnrston and Hie Ben MeCrae family. They will also visit Mr. and. Mrs. W. C. Tollcson, Sr., of Kirby. Mr Tollcson, Jr., will join his fam ily here this weekend for ; longer visit. Mr. Hope this weekend "and visited [ !l; !^, Ann « ntl B » b ''- v B™"™ 1 Mrs. Glen Williams and Misses ,° l) ? Ilss J«'«s Lttn Gaskill x<„._•_ i *,...,. ,, , . lexarkana Sundnv afternoon Marie and Nannie Pnrkins. of Mr. i\ji, B. Russell and Charles of Dallas, Tex., Mr and Mrs. are Charles- Joe Polk family Mr. and Mrs. W. McNeil. Mrs. \V. E, Jones had as her guests last Friday granddaughter, Mrs. Herschel Lynch, and her Iwo little girls Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith on Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Billy Johnson and Jimmie of Ft. W.ortli, Tex., Carrol' and Kenneth Smith of Waldo Vlrs. Maxine Ellis and Mary, l Miss Vonceil Johnson, all of Hope. The family from Ft. Worth also visited Mr. and Mrs. B E. Johnson. HOUDINI- PEARL WHITE HARRY LANGOON- BEN TURPIN CHARLIE CHASE -MACK SENNEH FATTY ARBUCKIE • MABEL NORMAND SNUB POI LARD -BORIS KARLOFF MONTY BANKS • WARNER OLAHD FORD STERLING • RUTH ROLAND AL ST. 10HN • CAMEO tKe Wonder Dog • jrv-.j (^< r v ).-sj.j V" L^ j»,^A. Plus THE KEYSTONE COPS THE SENNETT BATHING BEAUTIES Summer Vocotion Movie Wed. "Forbidden Planet" Cartoon and Enchanted Island" Coming Sunday — Elvis — "Wild In The Country' and Mrs. R. D. Phillips am Brotherlon to I'exarkana Sunday afternoon to ward a plane for Jackson, Miss. for a visit with friends. Miss Gas kill will return lo (he C. A. Phillips ionic and join (hem for a return trip to Ft. Morgan, Colo. Local Woman (s Draftsman Mr. and Texarkana days with Franks. Mrs. Bob Shaddox of are spending a few Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mrs. Roy F. I'rather has returned to her home in Little. Rock after a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. Sieve Carri gan, Jr. Miss Harvala Henderson of Arkadelphia is visiting Miss Tena Pilkinlon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edwarc Hays, Jr. of Dallas, Tex., announce the arrival of a son al noon July 10. He weighed cig'ht Ibs. and has been named Thomas Edward, III. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hays of Hope and Mr. and Mrs. Julian File of Muskogcc, Okla. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Jr. and family Albert Jewell of Springdale Mrs. T. L. Smith and grandson, Lynn Artcrbury, left for Kansas City, Kan.,- last Saturday. They were met by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Smith, then departed by plane for San Francisco Calif. There, they will visit Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Williams and Qucrila, and also points of interest in the stale. Mrs. A. E. Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs Jack Cunningham, Jimmy ant Stephen have returned to thei home in Los Angeles, Calif., afle visiting Mrs. C. A. Phillips, Mrs H. H. Vaughn and relatives ii Blevins. Mrs. Arl Mann of Maeon, Miss, visited in Ihe Bailey Warlike home last week. Mr. W. D. Bailey of Mesa, Ariz., is visiting Mrs. C. A. Phillips and family and relatives. Mrs. S. t!. Thornton, Mrs. Mary Ola Mallonee and children of Chandler, An/.., are visiting Mrs. illiel Thompson and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Phillips and Miss Jane Ella Gaskill of Ft. Morgan, Colo., are visiting Mrs. C. A. Phillips and family. The home of Mrs.,C. A. Phillips was the scene of a family "get- together" with three sisters being together for the first lime in a number of years. A picnic dinner was enjoyed by Ihe following: Mrs. Emma Vaughn, Mrs. C. A. Phillips, Mrs. F. V. Borland of Sinesboro, La.. Mrs. A. E. Hewill of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. George Wright of Huston, La., Mr. and Mrs. Hap Brolherton ncl family. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Warnken of Blevins. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Phillips, Miss Jane Etta Gaskill of Ft. Morgan, Colo., Mr. D. W. Bailey of Mesa, Ari/.., and Mrs. Ethel Thompson of Preseull. UN Probcr* Denitd Admittance LONDON (AP) - Britain has witlulrnwn permission for a U.N. investigating committee to enter ils Beelnirmnlnml protectorate because the group refused to promise lo keep out of neighboring South West Africa. The committee has instructions In investign^g chnrgcs of rncial (Isieriminnlioti^in the territory of Smith West Africa mlmlnistercd nniler an old League, of Nations mandate by the while supremacist government of South Africa. Man Charged for Drunken Flying IHHiKKS Ark. (AP> — A 35- year-old Hogers man charged with operating an airpliinc while inloxicated July •! will get a court hearing when a representative of the I'Yderal Aviation Agency can attend. Police said .loo 1). Hall was arrested and charged when he landed his light plane after allegedly hvr/./mg several automobiles along U.S. Highway 71 south of here. Hall was scheduled to appear In municipal court Thursday bill •Ivulge .lames T. McDonald said the hearing was postponed pcnd; ing the in-rival of a representative if the Federal Aviation Agency. Mrs. Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Don and son have spent a Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Rocky Mound and Mr Browning week with Hussell at . and Mrs. Climber Rescued Grady Brosvning in Hope before CIIAMONIX, France (A)- — French Alpinists today rescued Theodore York, 21), a Swiss climber stranded on a 0,500-fool Wgh ledge of Aiguille de Dm peak since a rock slide Thursday killed his brother, Marti, 20. First spoiled Sunday, the older York, of Bern, was lifted to safely by ropes. Virginia Dair Lewis is the fifth woman draftsman in the Arkansas Highway Department, the Arkansas Highways Magazine reports in its May issue. i She has been employed in right- of-way since lilfifi. Until Ihe first of this year her work was drawing. She compiles all information available from records, abstractors, surveyors, court orders, etc. lo make computations for closures and for computing the exact area of the taking. It is her responsibility to have drawn and recorded on the sketch map all.information required by Ihe appraisal, acqui- silion, and legal divisions, to facilitate -procurement of land. She came to little Hock in l!l.">;i. and was employed as a draftsman with U. S. Time Corp. until a spot was'open with the U. S. Corps (if Engineers. She has several years experience with other firms in Arkansas and in oilier stales. She attended elementary schools in her native Illinois, but graduated from Hope High School. She attended Rockford College, Rockford.'111., for two years, attended nigh! classes al SMU, Texarkana Junior College 1CS course, studying "Mapping Principles and Math," and figure drawing al the Chicago Art Institute. Virginia is the mother of two children.' Her son, Gardner, will graduate from Hall High, Little Hock, this month, and her daughter, Gin, will make her a grandmother this month. Gardner plans to begin his engineering studies next fall al the University of Arkansas. Her spare time is spent, painting in oils. She has recently enrolled lit Ihe Arl (.'enter .studying with Mr. Ding. She is very enthusiastic, over his help. Woodmen of the World "The Family Frqtnrnily" W.O.W. LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY Sec: ... DENVER HORNADAY 518 W. 4th Phone 7-2317 ANNOUNCING MRS. JACK (KARON) SIMPSON Grciclucrle of Duke's Beauty School Has Joined Hie Staff a i- Bettv and _ynrrs Beauty Shop will appreciate your patronage Lonnie — Sue — Karon Telephone 7-3838 , Ask your dealer about a real cool extra-cost option—Chevrolet air conditioning. Corvair 700 C!nl> Coupe. A 2-rloor budget-minded beauty with thistledown handling, rear-engine traction and quick-stepping, sassy performance. Moore Bros. WE DELIVER DIAL 7-4431 RED HOT WED. - THURS, - SPECIALS Grade A urauu /\ ^^ ^ White Eggs 3il 00 jTray Packed Sliced con Nomad 9-Passchgcr Station Wagon. Chevrolet's the full-sized wagon more people are picking. A choice of six to save on from nifty Nomads to thrifty Brookwoods. Bel Air 4-Door Sedan. Priced just above the thriftiest full-sized Chevrolet^, Bel Airs give you the full treatment of Body by Fisher craftsmanship. Summer Savings Now at your Chevrolet Dealers One-Stop Shopping Center You'll find the buys even morn inviting than the weather at your Chevrolet dealer's now. Because more people are buying Chevrolet* than any other make, your dealer eun serve up summer savings in extra big portions. If you like your driving full siv.od, you eau ehoose from thrifty Hiscaynes, people-pleasin' Bel Airs and impeccable Impalas. If you've a yen for a big wagon, Chevy's got six that haul like .sixty. If thrift-size is your six.n, then Curvnir's the ear for you. Ten budget-pleasin' models to pick from. And, of course, r.rrnj Corvair is a driver's delight thanks to the nimble, sure-fooled going that's yours with Corvair's superb rear-engine design. Jt. sure adds up to a lot of happy-driving ways lo save, doesn't it? Thirty-one, lo bo exact. With so much so handy at your Chevrolet dealer's, choosing a new ear just couldn't be simpler or savin'er. Come in and sec for yourself. Jet-smooth Che\y Now! Every Day is $120 on Missouri Pacific Quart ^^ ^^ Mayonnaise «- 39 lalf Gallon Bordcn's ir uanon Duruen s —^. M^ ow Calorie CreamjT 51 6 oz. Can Frozen Orange Juice 00 — DEEP FREEZE SPECIAL — 10 LbSo Ground Beef 10 Lbs. Pork Chops 10 Lbs. Chuck Steak All Wrapped and Marked Inipala 2-])oor Sedan. Like all Chevrolet*;, this Impala gentles rough roads (or any oilier kind) *jlh Jet-smooth magic. See Hie new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center YOUNG CHEVROLET COMPANY Inc. 301 E. SECOND ST. HOPE, ARK. PHONE 7-2355 *These fares apply only between Texirkani* Hot Springs and all intermediate stations SAVE $2.05 to HOT SPRINGS Best lravi-1 bargain over offered! Doesn't it make you want ID trade that roaclmap and crowded highway for one of our cool, comfortable air- conditioned coach seats? 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