Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 20, 1961 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 20, 1961
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, July 20 1961 MO PI IT A I, MOM, A URANIA I Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Tworsday, July 20 The Ramsey Cargilo VFW Auxiliary will meet at tlie VFW Hut Thursday night, July 20 at 7:30. All members arc urged to attend. Hope Chapter 32!! Order Eastern Star will meet Thursday, July 20, at fi p. m. at the Masonic Temple. All members are urool to attend. Monday, July 24 The Night Circle of \V. M. S. of First Baptist Church will meet Monday night, July 24, at 7:30 in the Fellowship Hall for the Royal Service program and Ann Wollerman Circle will bo in charge. All members are uraed to attend. /^inouncements Bridge lessons will be givpn each Friday afternoon at 2 at the Youth Center 1 . Mrs'. R. L. Broach will be the teacher assisted by members of Hie Junior Auxiliary. Hcrrirg-Munn Families! Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Will Munn enter- taiiwd with a dinner at their 'liora for (he Ilcrriivy-Munn families on July in. Tlosc from out of town who attended were Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. I lei-ring of Shreveport, Edward 1 Herring of Little Rock, and Finis Herring of Brownwood, Texas. Besides the hosts, others from Hope \vere:Mr. and Mi's, J. T. Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fuller. Evening Shade Good Neighbor Club Has Meeting The Evening Shade Good Neighbor Club met Thursday, July 13, at the home of Mrs. John Hackler. Seven members and two guests were, present. The meting was opened by a song. Prayer was rendered and a devotional was given taken from Matthew 5. Games were enjoyed by all and refreshments were served by th hostesses. The group then discussed picnic plans for the month of August which will be held at the home of Mrs. Stevor. The meeting adjourned to meet again- in August. Mrs. £lmor Smith Hos.fess to Martha Hairston Circlel The Martha Hairston Circle of First Baptist Church met Monday, July 17. in the home of Mrs. Elmer Smith. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Beekworth. Mrs. George Young, Miss Sue Wession, Miss Irene Hunlley and Mrs. J. 0. Luck took part in the program titled "Sharing Posc.ssions for Denominational Advancement." The business session was in charge of Mrs.Young, circle chairman. The meeting was closed with prayer by Miss Sue Wesson. Cake and punch was served to I) members present. Afncrican Lcgiorr Me'ets in Community Room The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday night at the community room of First National Bank. As special guests, the girls' who attended Girl Stale gave an interesting account of the activities. Each girl's mother was also a guest. Mi's. Alice Formby, state president, installed the new of- fi(%:s for fiie following year. Membership was clis'ctissed by the membership chairman, Mrs. Charles Taylor. After the business was concluded, a social hour was held, with delicious frozen punch and cookies served by t'hc hostesses, Mrs. Joe Jones, Mrs. Charles Taylor and Mrs. W. 0. Beenc. Hope Duplicate Bridge Club wsets at Diamond On July 17 there were four tables of players al the Hope Duplicate Bridge Club meeting at the Diamond. High scorers were Mrs. Marie Henclrix and Mrs. J. M. Duffie. In second place were Mrs. R. L. Broac'h and Dr. Harold Brents, and Luther Hollamon and Dr. George Wright were third. Mrs. John Britt Entertains Her Tuesday Bridge Club Dahlias and roses graced the home, of Mrs. John Britt July II! when she entertained her Tuesday Bridge Club. Club guests lor the afternoon were Mrs. Joe Martindale of Bcnlon and Mrs. Garretl Story. When scores were tallied Mrs. S. L. Murphy was high. The game prize was won by Mrs. Britt. Ba- ivana splits, cookies, and coffee were served for refreshments. Circle No.5 W.S.C.S, Meets With Mrs. Grover Thompson Woodward of Memphis. Ushers were Mr. William W. Mosley of and Mr. Memphis. Emmitt Johnson of Cullman, Aln.; Rev. and Mrs. Wm. P. Uardcfii'eo mid Mrs. Nellie Dinkns of Gladewnter, Texas; p Miss Sally Ilnrdegrce of Houston; The bride's mother chose a blue'Miss Anita Cross of Oncda.Tenu.; silk sheath wit'h an overlay of Mi', nral Mrs, Don Woodward of fnibroidery and tiny rhincskines. i Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Ilai'- "er half bat was of tiny forsct-1 buck of Malvern; Mr. and Mrs. nip-mils and blue pearls. The U( mi's mother wore ;^ gown of K'H piivk lace with matching ac- W. W. Mosley of Tulsa: Mr. and Mrs. Don Weaver of Commerce, Texas; Mr. aixl Mt j s. 21 presen-l. Coming and Going Mrs. M;uiry H;uim and three children of Houston ami Miss Mary Hurst of Little Rock were Monday night t'.uesls il Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Hali-v. and her bat wos a rose; Dnikc of Little Hock; petal clotche. Both wore corsages' ei'b' Hussom of Miami, Kin. d _«niic. glamellias. JEmmit ..Johnson of Memphis; reception was given by the'" Douglas Miss Kev- Mr. Mrs. i Bess Pope of Ragota, Texas; Miss , bride's parents in their home.The | Flora Hart of Texarkana. bride's table was covered with a doth of white satin and net een- tiH'tl wiih a silver cpergue of white Beuvardia and greenery. The four-tiered white cake was '" imifully decorated with pale Pink roses, a ble aiul small Tuesday Bridge Club Mce:fs At the Tuesday Bridge which met with Mrs." George i Newbern July 1)1 t'hc two tattles j miniature open Bi-jof pla>e.rs included two club; clasping hands. Tall!Blasts. Miss Elizabeth Bride-' the b er candelabra graced the bouf-; well and Mrs. Byron llefner.Cape l - , Ijasmiivo blossoms wore seen in Guests wei'c received by Mrs. 'the home, and miring the afler- ISraivnan. C'lose friends of; mum snacks and cold drinks were served. A. M. of the bride. Miss Beverly Fla., presided I'ride assisted/'in (he dining Mrs. J. JJ. llarlnick of Mal\-ern and Mrs. A. M. Hellig of Pri'scutl, aunls si'rvcti the cake. Hussuin of Miami, OUT tin' bride's book. The bride chose a green silk linen jacket dress with orchid ac- u-xMincs ai u | phvuinl fho orcbitl Inmi her bouquet al her shoulder for hrr wedding trip. Aflor a sil »H trip to New Orleans I hoy will ln> at home al 2011 Central in Memphis. Out.- of- town guests al lending wtre:: Kev. and Mrs. Millard K. I3nK«ett Mrs'. Shovor Springs 4-H Club Mutts' 'I'lio mceling of t'hc Shover Springs -l-ll Club was called (o order by the president, Saimra Wright, Tuesday, .July III, at 7:HO at the Shover 1 Springs coimnunily building. Mrs. Kdward KVJIMS led in prayer, l.iiula Heese gave Ihe devotional. Sharon Kvans led Ibe i songs ami Hcuben Kvans led in I pledge lo -1-11 Club Hag. Uiuli j Aaron read Ibe minutes and call-1 ud Ibe roll. Joe England reorlcd on the County Council meeting. | lientloy Hrfreshments wore serveil lo' Tommy Unit. Jr.. ivlumi'd to his home in J'nragoiild Wcdiu'sJay al'leriii'iin after a two-weeks visit with his grani'.paivi-.ls, Mr. and Mrs. John Brill. Mrs. Jno Marlindale and two sons of RIM.Inn are visiiin:; ihis week wilh Mr. and Mrs. ,s, L. Murphy. _ Miss Jean Lasi-liM- of l|,,| Sprir.-gy visitril in Hope TucMlay with rclalivos and friends wnil'o en route to Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haley spenl I hi- weekend in Pine KlulT wilh Mr. and Mrs. Davis Pack aui Les. Arriving Ihis weekend for a Iwo- weeks \ i.sil with Mr. and Mrs. ,|. M. Dullie will be Mr. and Mrs. Don Dulliii and Laura Leiiih of Enid. Okla. Injuries Fatal to Wreck Vichm LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gordon Grammer, M, of Balcsvillc died in a hospital here Wednesday of injuries suffered Ihc day before when his motor scooter and n car collided al Balcsvillo. I'olice said the driver of the ear was 13. D, Haddock of Locusl Grove, near Balcsvillc. Young Grammer was Ihc son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grammer of Balcsvillc. i National K. & P. \V. Club <:»>!» !\ fill ion July 2:!-27 al. Ibe Conrad Hilton Hold. Miss ,lan liobisoiv has relumed heme from Dallas and' summer i-clwol at S. M. U. Miss .loan Willis left last Saturday In visil her \mvlc, Halpli liiirkc, in Dallas for a monlh. Miss Mary Margaret Daniels ami Miss liarbara Hii'klry of Corpus Christ i. both summer semitil students at T. C. \l.. were Ihe weekend guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Hob Daniels.. Mr. and Mr;:. Richard Diil'iie ami Kyle of Houston will be here this weekend lor ;i two-weeks visit with the J. Al. Duffies and Mrs J. W. While. Miss Rosa llarric Charleiic Wiggins wi lurday for Chicago li and Miss h a\i Sa- atteiid the Bp.iufiful Dycd-To-Match SKIRTS and SWEATERS By Koret of Calif, nnil Jo Collins — Put Yours On LayAwny Today — THE FASHION SHOPPE J03 W. 2nd in Hope —Shipley Mrs. Millard Frank Bagger! photo Miss .loBvth Rctlig. daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. Bcrtis Lee Uettig: °" I 11 ' 1 of Hope and Mr. Millard' Frank i C "" TUI Baggell, son of Rev. and Mrs. Millard E. Baggett of Cullman. Ala., pledged nuptial vows at il o'clock July 15th in First Presbyterian' Church of Hope. Hcv. Bagged, p;istor of First Christian Chinch of Cullman, performed Ihe impressive double ring ceremony before a background of greenery and cathedral ccmllus. Tall arrangements of while glacl- iolias were placed or,- either side Circle No. 5 of the W. S. C. S. of First Methodist Church met Monday, July 17, at 7:;>0 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Grover Thomp-j of lhc ' f'U'necl rail, son with Mrs. 1-1. E. Patterson! Luther llolloman, organist, as co-hoslcss. 'Phe meeting was vidcd ;v program of nuptial opened with the group singing ;i hymn "Lily of the Valley" ac- comanicdi by Miss Vicky Bruce. The business meeting was conducted by the circle chairman, Mrs. Austin Hulson. Mrs. Billy Wray was in- charge of the devotional "Love One Another, after which Mrs. Dorothy Faye Huckabce presented a vocal solo. Mrs. Bobby Hcndi'ix presented a program of related Bible stories, j Following the benedcilion a dessert plate an4 punc'h were! served to J5 members present and 2 guests, Mrs. Kathreine Waters and Miss Vicky Bruce. sic preceding Ihe ceremony, also accompanying Mrs. Douglas Drake who sang "My Heart al Thy Sweet Voice," and Mr. David Pearson, who sang "One Alone." A duel, "At Dawning," was sung by bol'h. The radiant bride was given in marriage by her father. Her exquisite wedding gown was a Pondora original of candlelight white satin. The fitted bodice was overlaid wilh Alcncon lace and fea- tiu'ed a Sabrina neckline outlined j with seed pearls. The lace sleeves | Ipered to a lily point at the; wrists. The tfull flowing skirt made'. don't wait! be ready for our s>s lines swepl to a lull back. Appliques of lace and seed pearls graced Ibe skirl and train. The bride's fingertip veil of French illusion fell Irom a crowiv of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white Fleur d' Amour centered wilh a purple orchid. To carry oiil. Ihe old IradilitMi sho wore a new blue garter, made especially for her by a friend. Her veil was borrowed from her cousin, Mrs, William Mc.slcy, worn on her wedding day. In her slipper she bad a sixpcnse '" ( '~ j whic'li she ohtaiived on her trip to Inu ; Europe. Mrs. William W. Mosley of Tulsa, cousin of the bride, served as matron of honor. Britlc.smaids were Miss Sally llardagree of Houston, Mrs. Don Weaver uf Commerce, Texas, Miss' Anita Cross of Oneida, Tenn., and Mrs. Dai; Woodward of Memphis, a sister of the groom.. They wore identical dresses, floor-length sheaths of orchid re- embroidered lace with a flowing overskirl of purple tulle. Short viels of tulle, lace mills, ami matching slippers cimpliinentul t'beii' costumes. Kach carried a bouquet of Vanda orchids. 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