Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 24, 1954 · Page 15
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MOM StAt, MOM, AftRAMSAI Friday, September 24, JT& f y» >t{ * DON! MISS * 3RD DISTRICT * TMISS * IVESTOCK SHOW & RODEO HOPE * SEPT. 27 THRU OCT. 2 * HOPE * CHAMPIONSHIP R In Person * * * FEATURING * * * TEX RITTER RODEO PARADE THURSDAY, SEPT. 30-3 P.M. 3 Big Nights-Thurs.-Fri.- Sat -Starting at 8 P.M. • Bronc Riding • Bull Dogging • Bull Riding • Don't Miss a Single Night of the Rodeo • Contesting For Big Purses • General Admission to Rodeo — $1.00 • Producer Buster Deloney • Livestock Judging Schedule ^ Tuesday, ( September 28 V s * > - 9-, A. M. , a .»Mberdeen Angus, Shorthorn 8$T Jersey Cattlfe Guernsey Cattle If-V ' • v 'Holstein Friesign Cattle 'ffn $ . i I 1 ^ J fl J* .- * * , Jfi _, fai$ fo'-,> !/*tU^M 1 P. M. ' Polled Herefords Herefords' '/ Wunior Dairy Cattle tf^^ * A " 9 ''Judging of Junior Swine « EfeN.F.A. and Negro 4-H Livestock and BflKSrv ' Dairy Judgihg Contest AH Judging will be in the Coliseum, except Swine i,A * ' '< ^ THRILLING RIDES SHOWS SGHOOL DAY FRIDAY, OCT. 1st No Admission to School Children up to 5 P. M. Thursday, September 30 10 A. M. F. F. A. Judging Contest . Friday, October 1 10 A. M. Share the Fun 4-H Club Judging Contest •^ARKANSAS GAME AND FISH EXHIBIT • MERCHANTS EXHIBITS • INDUSTRIAL and MACHINERY DISPLAYS TP.'M. Junior Steer and Fat Steer Calf Show 2 P. M. Junior Steer Sale by Auction HUNDREDS OF ARKANSAS' FINEST LIVESTOCK r^ 30 PEOPLE REVUE PEOPLE DIRECT FROM HOLLYWOOD AND BROADWAY DENNY BECKNER and HIS ORCHESTRA "THE MADCAP MERRUMAKERS" CANDY CANDIDO HOWARD & WAN DA BELL Star of "Acrobatics in the Modern Manner" Stage - Screen -Radio GILLEftE AND RICHARDS America's! Outstanding Dancing Funsters ^;;«u r« y&iV •'*• BOBBY WINTERS "Comie Juggler" /. GET YOUR FREE TICKETS FROM YOUR MERCHANTS DOLLY BARR "Fun on Skates" I ^J^StM «T^T^ ^ ;*"/' t iif-rr /"*ij '•','-''.' -C-H'"* > O > i fe , September 24, 1954 H6M ITAR, HOPI, ARKANSAI PRESCOTT NEWS home of Mrs. Brad Bright on September 16 with eight members present, one new member Mrs. Leroy Phillips and three visitors, Mrs. Roy Stalnton, Miss Lillie Butcher and Marcia Buchanan. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Julius Adams. The chairman, Miss Bertha Gray t csided during the buslnuss and cctlons of officers which arc as follows: Chairman, Miss Bertha Gray: Co-chairman, Mrs. Brad Bright: Program, Mrs. Hardin Brad- Icy; Literature, Mrs. Howard Graham; Community Missions, Mrs. Brozio Haynie; Mission Study, Mrs. L. L. Buchanan; Secretary and Publicity, Mrs. Kdward Bryson; Flowers, Mrs, Jesse Crtny; Orphanase I Discussions were given by Mrs. L. L. Buchanan, Miss Gray, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Haynie, Mrs. Bright, Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. A. S. Buchanan. Following the song, "Give Him Your Best," delicious refreshments were served. Prlscilla Bensberg Celebrates Birthday Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Bensberg entertained with a luncheon at their home on Saturday for the pleasure of tlicir daughter, Priscilla on her seventh birthday. The guests were seated at the dining table covered with a white linen cloth centered with a (silver candelabra holding pink candles. appearance of the Mineral Springs Choir at the First itgthodist ch a refreshment party in their honor was given in the- educations' ven by Mr*. .T. B. Hesterly. Mrs. Gatlin gave ah introduction r or thf study book and chapters were .._„ „ J reviewed by Mrs. Frank Gilbert, building by members o( the regular Mrs. Tester, Mrs. B. A. DeLamar, choir. . Mrs. Fred Gordon. Mrs. A. E .Pear- Miss Margaret Hunter, Scott and son, Mrs. J. T. Wprthington, and Mrs. P. A. Escarre presided at th* Mrs. Glehn Hairston. punch bowl. Misses Simone Grold- en and Betty Ligon also assisted with courtesies. : . . B. W. C. F. Meet* The Business Women's Christiai) Fellowship of First Chf istiaa Chur* ch met Monday night September 20th at 7:30 with Mb. Alfred Cujn- mings. ' ' ' • The meeting opened with the p»yal Service Program The monthly Royal Service program of the W. M. ti, of the First Baptist Church, was presented on • »",.V. '4 i_'_^_ ^ i^-i -^ ti-iii_ ji'i n. nn «i 41*** with Mrs. Lindblad. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hale had as their weekend guests, Mr. arid Mrs, Bob Archer, Susie and Evelyn Ann of El Dorado. Jack Hardey has returned to Tyler, Texas after a visit with his sister, Mrs. Josephine Carrington. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Scott and daughter of Little Rock were the gue- *> tott "' 22 .present. A short iktrnoon at 2:30 at the sts Sunday of Mrs. Hunter Scott 3 " rt «•» nn **™ 4 with Mr$. cjif- charge. there were business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. T • >-« tt tV»llVll*\< fc*iV* \JJ HIV* JJ*. v.w«v*^-«» v ( -•— - —theme song "An evening. Prayer . Roy S t a inton after which the jjroUp f..11n.»«>J littlli 4Vtn t*r\itn\ ir^tlU 1 Tt"rtfYl . ^ ^ • o_'. ... ^. . * followed with the .devotional from 1st Isaiah 2t to 26 by Miss Elizabeth Francis,co. Topic of the evening was "The City ot Chaos" and "The City of Righteousness." Pie- sang "Happy Birthday" to her Mrs. Yancey introduced the topic "A Saviour Sufficient for Leaders of Youth." Mrs. A. R. Underwood gave a urer reported an offering of $40.00 anan- ' wrs. Treasurer and Stewardship, Leroy Phillips. Mrs. Bradley, program chairman, led the program on the subject, "A -..-. . -_.. ).- - . $ ' ?', 1C i h " 1 T h ^ . w ^ ite birthday cake embossed, to be sent for this quarter. in pink also carried out the color note. Paper doll books, Happy Birthday SMITH'S GENERATOR & STARTER SHOP We rebuild generators and starters for all makes and models of cars. 2T4 S. Hazel St. » {• « * 1 1 " i ^tH^< . REMEMBER THE DATES MONDAY, SEPT. 27 THRU SATURDAY, OCT, 3RD DISTRICT UVESTOCK SHOW * HOPE tures of the home church.and the beauuful devotional on "Trees and Sunbeam choir were used in, You ,, and ltd to praycr . describing^the church. The trcas-| p ollowing the son ^ -All the Way My Saviour'Leads Me," discussions were given by Mrs. Leroy Phillips, Mrs. Watson White Jr., Mrs. Roy Slalnlon, Mrs. H. T. Murry, and Miss Lillie Butcher. Mrs. Wesley Lindsey offered prayer for mission work and the call of dedicated young people. . The meeting adjourned with pr'aj ycr by Mrs. Harrcll Hincs. and Ed Gordon. Mrs. Meredith Bright and Miss Marguerite Bright have returned to Marshall, Texas after spending the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Harrcll Hines and Johnny wore the Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dali nor in Arkadclphia. The hostess served delcioua cake and punch and all present enjoyed the evening. napkins and doll place cards de-| The meeting closed with the signed of pipe cleaners marked the, Missionary Benediction. Next meet- covers for Caroline Daniel, Jane | ing will be with Mrs. Bert Wing- Nelson, Kay Frances Cox, Wanda field in, October. Ruth and Bobbie Taylor, Sandra Ward, Mildred Buchanan, Karen Ann Rouse and the honoree. Refreshment Party On Sunday evening following the W. S. C. S. Hat Mission Study Here's Good News! ...WE NOW SELL KOPPERS fence Posts The W. S. C. S. of. the First Methodist Church met on Monday "afternoon at the church for. .a mis- on study on. ''Man'and : Ood in the ity" with Mrs. L.' C; Qatlin' ,-in harge. - . . '' •''. •• | .( The meeting; was opened 'With.a ong after, which the president, Mrs. W. Teeter, .welcomed;, the.'ladies f the W. SI C, S. of 'Emmet who ere guests.. "•'. '-•• ' The devotional 'thought/was gi- Mrs. Mattie Robinson had as her weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Black of Malvern. Bottles for Series Shore Underway By BEN PHLECAR Associated f*l>ei8 Sports Writer On the theory that $tod is still $750, four teams today retained a vital interest in ttw makeu{» e! the final major Jeagqft standings. Tbc $750 represses the i|i>j!ifd*t- mate share per pldytr of the World Series money tot .metabefs of the fourth-place teams in each league. And fourth platie Still is quite a battle in both leagues. In the National only a gam« separates Cincinnati, now in fourth from the fifth-place Philadelphia Phillies. Boston leads Detroit by ; a game and a half in the American ! League. The Recllegs Have just two games left and the Phillies have batter at first. (Mhdall threw to third baseman fiddle MotHews In « tfaltj "attempt to catch Sell and Ma thews fired across the flidfnofid when tie saw BorkowsM racing tor rlfs.i.. Hta throw hit BotJwttftskl in the Back nnd into fight field arid Bell srored Irorh third. Then the umplrss tool* ovef. After an 18-rrtlrtlite conference f they ruled Borkowskl Was out automat* ically on his strikeout sifice first base had ben ecCuptcki f hep they ruled SorkNttW MA Jfflttff " 1th the atterripl 14 eaich"f*li IfantS firooks 'taw? gafrie fot six to .play. Cincinnati Hucy Gamer of Kl Dorado visited his mothnr, Mrs. Hoy Garner, over the weekend. Miss Louise Marlin has returned from SI. Louis where she. was the guest of relatives. Hcrshcl Johnson 1 has returned to visit with rela- 0 Yes — we are now Authorized Dealers for these popular fence posts—the posts that have an average Jife of 30 years. And we are handling these posts, because we are convinced that they give you. the most for your money— in every way. They are made from straight, sound wood— wood that has been properly seasoned, then pressure- freafed (not merely dipped) with creosote. This pressure-treatment protects posts against termites and decay . . . makes them last and last. And these posts Jceep original size and strength at ground line; so you can replace .larger untreated posts with smaller treated posts.- As for crppearance, these posts really dress up your property.. ; Stop in and talk it over ,. We'll explain how much money you can save, mid how much ; work you can avoid by setting Koppers Long-Lite Fence Posts. Gunter Retail Lumber Co. Hope, Ark. 422 E. Division Ate too much? wheresyour roll of TUMS? 'Miss •Bcrva'Hitfot Little Hock Report after a spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Bob Hitt. Ed Hubbard of Star City spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Miss Loyc'c Stewart of Little Mrs John Hubbard. Rock was.Jhe .Sunday guest of her mother, Mrs. ' Bob Stewart. Miss Joan Gilbert, student at the University of Arkansas, Fayet'te- villej was the weekend guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Brozie, Haynie had still is screaming about a 3-1 loss- in Milwaukee yes. terday when a nlrilh inning rally was brought to an abrupt end by a freak double play. With runners on first and second and one out, pinch-hitter. Bob Bpr- kowski struck ,6ut on a-wjld pitch. While catchci! Del Cranda.ll chased the ball, Gus Bell dashed from second to thhd and Borkowsk headed lor first in a hurry since if the calchoi dtops a thhd strike he usually has to throw out the aiisc he drew a throw te ulcs say in this fcasu the other uriher, B6li, is ollt, Thd two oUtS tided the game bntt the ttediJUed formal protest. , There Was ne bem for pfetesti t Philadelphia where the Phil alloped Pittsburgh twice", 12- nd 5-1. Robin Roberts won his 23ud game, a tour-hitter, (n thi ightcap. , • Detroit beat Baltimore 4<i on teve Gromek's feuif-hitter and Boston wasn't scheduled. In other action the American League champion Cleveland indl us equalled & 27-year-old lacore morcland. Mrs. Arthur Wilson of Oneonta as ther guests, Sunday, Mr and N. Y. has arrived for a visit Witt Mrs. Ralph Haynie, Butch and JoelDr and Mrs C. A. Hesterly am of Smackover. Mrs H. D. Bratcher is the guest of her daughter, Mis F R Buttner and family In Texarkana. Mis's Jo Carrington, who attends the U of A Fayetteville spent the Mrs. Lloyd Leverett and Amelia weekend with her mother and had of Hope were the Wednesday guests as her guest, Miss Peggy Sullivan of her parents, Mr. and Mis. Ir.i of El Dorado. Davis. little daughter, JanieMrene, Mrs Maltie Harris has returned to Little Rock after a visit With Mi and Mrs, Jesse Mrs. Maiy B. Smith. Mrs. C..F. Pittman has returned from* several weeks Springs. Mrs. Herman Gillham has return- stay in Hot cd to -her home in Texarkana aftc-r a visit with her daughter, Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Davis spent Sunday in Hot Springs. F. Grayson and family. T/Sgt. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson and son of Shreveport have been R: E. Lindblad, band director at!the guests of Mr. and Mrs; Collier Mis Gil Buchanan, who has bee; the guest of Mr. and Mrs.-Pau Buchanan in Magnolia has return cd home. Miss Baibara McSweeney ha returned from New Orleans, La where she has been the guest of re latives and Mends; De Kalb, Texas, spent the weekend Johnson and Mis Luther Wcst-|they will reside. Mr, and Mis. Everett Barlow lef recently for Decatur, Ala. wher or the most game* by beat ng CWcagrt 34 tor their 110th vie ory. The National League ilon New York CiianU "bowed 3- o rookie Karl Spooner of. th> Jiooklyn Dodgers, who set .a ma or league record by striking ou 5 in his first . stait 'in' ' th 3ig Time. > »< The New York Yankees dpfeatd Washington 3-0 with Tommy Burn winning his five tm& eame m A - «f ty » 8 H •Cfil the •(Jlahtu > FrcihFroriH CAl Mine* M ts. Al.tfls Now r you can to" meet modern 'cbnyen ,. , . i - > , ~v<.c * J «* fixtures. 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