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Stephens Star (Newspaper) - September 9, 1954, Stephens, Arkansas e p hen S IV NUMBER 49 SEPTEMBER 9, 1954 FIVE In Colorado Is Detailed By Fred Ward For adjacent by that highlight of the Senior DENVER Sight Seeing formations like horns extend out of Stephens High was the i and matters of Interest from the peak to give the H. 15. Senior Class of class rings here They are oval shape with a large High ijj center of the black or Legion Meets Sept. 14 Post No. 288 have their first meeting 14 at lihe American Legion members are urged to - - ' I this very important and came way the past week the appearance of the horns with some of them may be of shown in pictures of the In commander Bob and to rny friends and the afternoon we drove on have a good and want all to help boost the bors at one of over the Ramant Range a id whichever the the best and made up of scenic For most of that drive with 19 side and 55: some of the best people and were in wooded on top on - are 29 members In the Senior class of 1954-55 who met recently for of the class Don Travis vice Mary and ' ' chosen Louise Betty Jean Assistant The Annual Staff is composed to be found of a high range but much of I like and find the state I road was fairly Blue the city of Denver to be places of special Interest and dwarf coral and other blooming Field Ethel Murphy visiting Written Up In The was lifted from Gazette and was by Fred Ark. Tlie city of Stephens is located on the Cotton Bell Railroad about 65 miles east of Texarkana but well in the Texarkana trade It has a population of approximately 1,500 and rated as one of Ihe most aggressive small I cities of but for satisfactory living i added to the The road choose Arkansas and i curtained by thick growths of night our party attended I and mountain pine 1 her Mrs. tephens came imo the playing of the Mutiny | enhanced the But often we family at College come to an opening at the Mrs. E. H. Davis of Magnolia was and Mrs. Maurice early part of the 1880's. For at historic Central The play had a full four of a canyon and then as with a full house every as eye could reach there were the and was presented by top actors i majestic blue as the Mr. len the past a century it 11 village with farming as its only sun. As we drove we were because of the death of and Steve with a strong supporting But more W. uncle of Mr. In April 1920 first Charles C. son of Mr. and producing oil well was brought Smart ' i sun. AS we arove we constantly approaching pike's and the beautiful city of elcy Business City was truly thousand from the high Rampant bubble burst after for their annuals and would un me 01 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whisman of few yearns and ihe town ' Mrs. Clarence has been three miles northwest of the clS some A boom followed and the stationed at Fort farm village became a Texas spent the weekend again to a slow moving No. was the A special committee is the One mine on main old board forward to seeing the movie in which Julia Mr. and Mrs. major development plans for the 1954-55 senior Little Rock born actress business houses wo va L P. C. tenants and property h d dollars worth of gold were dug we drove through the I and children of Arkadelphia visited dropped to ihe bottom of Mayfield Given the Baptist Church tor depression up several over by the loan companies But when a Ma. for The tjie There are house is still In Colorado the town took on new not modern opera Walter Keith and William Hare at home of Mrs. Hare on hickory without M r New LUD friends and miles from Denver with n L the appointed each drive through a canyon much of one honoree with the way and through several Mr. and Mrs. James Texarkana They were uncovered in the by the of Stephens Smart who visited her amons the Of of tain tunnels but a modern Tuesday night 15 and^aSily.' ^ Oil production has reached To add to the interest for Mr and Mrs. C. J. Cheatham behalf of the barrels per into the An application Mr. Carter of Texas This means an of the family in Sias been visitors in the home of Mr. Hion dollars monthly from of the work done by them and Mrs Lewis And then there the and we took dinner and with District Scout officers Herman and Mrs Clyde Williams and ment for several citizens tions of tlie B. Cowart and Mr. Mr. and a good pay roll in addition from Camden were here and gave the jj of McNeil Monday royalty One that we drove some thirty miles south lesson of four on Cub the Berry ate dinner on the devil's jng to the parents and leaders oi the Cor- 25.000 a small mountain park called which will Baptist Church were held Tlie ol from a mountain afternoon at 2:30 at the duction is either pipe line or and arrangements of Lake There were three ped by rail and truck to Morgan and Howell to be Cub Scoutmasters Com- foi men Marvin Gay were served from a taible laid with green satin damask cloth with an arrangement of fall In an antique copper and Other and an fruits and flowers the house completed the theme of the j fall Ladies Auxiliary Chapter Waste Paper I in other Hollan and fluth Stephens is a town of Sam Rav Ann There was a and Methodist H miL Den crowd in attendance for this church of Christ and the Mrs. B and Den Mothers for the three groups completed the official visited Scout meeting will be visited during the thud week Andrew Order of Bruce is sponsoring a Mrs. Sam Curry m hil paper drive to raise funds for their with Mrs. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baptist Church with were Henry and Auxiliary met the Green's barber shop on next lesson on Cub Scouting sac Williams of Sept 1 In the St. Anyone be taught at the Marvin Sally of Ray Cannon or cardboard may tonight by Mr. inne Williams of was called to this or call adult workers In the Cub Scout Ethel Murphy and Mr. Mrs. Smart The for their and the three den chiefs Andrew Tommy song was which Is listed be present for the remaining was led bv Mrs C. B. and when they Have ' Mr. and Mrs. San J. B. ' 4351. area and hi A ton Rufus and Smart Ray 2051. terested in your son becoming the of the Hoke P. Hollis the roll was called and an and North Ruby DavU 2981 and Mildred Babb 4041 the den wi j hour was In charge of Beverly Morgan S Clarence The 3821 aid and The 3262. * Stephens. was closed with prayer North Onyx Lou by Mrs. Clyde refreshments North Chert of angel food cake and Cokes to Hazel 4711, and Elma the Mrs. O. R. L. Pruitt Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Norma 2041. f Mrs. ( Berry Asphalt Mary E. Cecil Mrs. Clyde Tarver 2491 Raymond Mrs. J. B. i camden Camden Miller and Mrs. Marshall 1rs. Family Reunion Enrolled In Stephens are 023 total in Stephens according lo announcement by the Superintendent of Schoote Henry There la a total of 351 in the Stephens School and 572 In the Carver Colored Compared to last school term this Is 28 as there were 951 This was a loss of 27 in the Stephens School and one In the Carver Most of loss In Stephens School was among the Intermediate age due to many families moving out Ward said he expects the Carver School enrollment to reach 800 In the near Many new year opens five dozen new bo 1 in the high school I Most of the new titles arc bii which are needed to the North Central made last spri Library classification of the 1 books covers a wide range ol will be listed i in 2325, and Ruth their children news 3391. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. All books in tiie present gr new ones were examined churches New church buildings have been pd or will be in the near future modern educational opportunities for the nearly one children in the Stephens school have equal educational with the white in a plant ago that is as modern as any to be found in the a wide awake of businessmen the future of the city is Maybe not for any but for an program that spells and a good place to live and to earn a offers nn location for small and for industries that use a large amount of is done mostly in addition to oil production the chief arc cattle raising and Camden n of family reunion 1 books covers a ' ' Nellie 2325, Titles Ruth 3391. ^ Thr South Chert Ruby seni lor luc news before Nora Mae Hare and 01. and 2881. M Onyx First veport j good print Alene 2651, variety of 3331 and Flora 2712. Mrs. Vance to supplement make handling Long. M and as well as to ee suggests that the and Mrs. Harold Ray England and teSs be tied in If Im- Kenneth and Alvin Carter to contact the committee all of 5f your call Alene Relatives enjoying ice cream 2651 Myrtle 3331, or Flora and cake with the family in Myrtle 2712. Hymn Sing afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph * Linkous and Mary Mr. I i and Macus all of i of the Th books will be attractive and im esting to adults for their own re ing as well as for reasons ol sh Ing their children's For Corinth Bible Hour was elected of the Corinth Wiley and Otto among the have urer of the Community Hymn Clarence Hall the enrollment to | which was at the a number are 83 enrolled In tJie Baptist Church here ver School Grade and 40 In the Stephens School First j tUe was put in ilie six elementary rooms and in occupied by Mr. a of 73 of the Glee according to announcement by 49 in thp niee club and 31 In the There were 63 enrollad hiM school To Meet On Sept. 14 of tiie 19.'>4-3.') will be 14 at 2:40 o'clock High School auditorium president Mrs. Marvin Green This meeting will be All FTA Visit and have tea in the Home Economics Living parent and school patron should be a of the The membership drive now in Mrs. Sam Curry is mem committee other members of the committee are room mothers for each Mrs. Paul 2iul, Mrs. Fiank Urd Mrs 0 Bruce 4th, Mrs. Clifford e 5th Mrs Robert Jackson and Mrs. Howell Mrs. Fred Duncan and Mrs. Harvey 7th, Mrs. Howard 8th H. T. and Mrs. 9th. Mrs. Agee Mrs Clayton Mrs. Sammy you have not been see one of Join the uid be for the ijet and enjoy eight to follow in the months ahead under the theme the in the the meetina change 2:40 p. m. of 2:30. to the Exam the new books as well as the Find a book you'd like read and check it gl you plenty of time to enjoy It wi being Watch Ij Ing of new G. A. Girls In Home R. E. of Liberty will present the and changes to 14 of G|s Auxiliary of First Baptist Chu wyp will be at a Coronation Service the Forward Wed day Sept. 15 at 7:30 at the The girls have been Youth Rally Held At their regular class on by reviewing councils in lime the students wrote autobiography and here was on what they expect of Home The BTC Youh Bally of the First I in ench wore are G. A. lead Columbia Baptist will cookies and us I Mrs. James Heard and In their forward Marvin Green is People's Mrs. C. Monday 13 In this wny 1 ford Junior O. k in the home of In with View It helped the and of The public is Mrs. to Everyone Call 2fiS4. adv. to Invited beautiful Will Meet On WMS will meet at the Church Monday at 2 Mrs. C. Nell clock Rovai Service i; Circle of the WMS will meet Monday Toison with Mrs. Ed Edna Davis is leader of the and Mrs. Robert Butcher visited with his Mrs. night in home of Mr. and Mrs. Ketchens in Mrs. who is suffering from a heart was from the i to her daughters Mr. Butcher also saw his 1 Herbert who home from and wife from and Mrs. John Philip penter and son of Baton i were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. and Mrs. Joe Morgan and children her and Mrs. Phillip Clark to their | in and Mrs. R. S. McDaw and Beverly Jane of Shreveport were weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herbert Cole and Edward of returned home Saturday after a visit here with Tom Cole and other Mr. and Mrs. Warner Lewis and children of Texas spent Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hassett and other Mr. and Mrs. and Bobby of Kilgore were here for the with the and other of Mrs. Laura Mrs. Brown of Wichita Mrs. Delta Hall and Mr. Hall of Kansas came Tuesday lor a visit with The Halls will also visit with his Hall and Moore and Mrs. Clyde went to visit the in Mrs. Harold had gone home with Miss Green in Texas the | before for a visit joined them andj returned home with Mr. Wesson remained for an extended Mrs. Harold and i Bobby of Little Rock spent the weekend with the Herman and Harry Mrs. L. fin of Cartilage who hus been visiting the past week with and Billy Lester daughter of Mr. and Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Keith and Miss Anita Hope Lester I spent the with Mr. and Mrs. Harry at their lake s home near and Mrs. W. C. Ann and Sandy night with and Mrs. Doyle The Kimmins who have | I been living in left day to go to New Mexico to a home I The children will stay with their ' grandparents until they are their new Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. D. Hall and Diane spent Tuesday in and Billy El Dorado and the weekend Little Rock with the Clyde Ida Elliott returned home last week an extended visit with her granddaughter Mrs L. P. in Baton La and J. Shirley and Smackover were weekend with her and W. Mr Kizzia lias had pneumonia tiie but wa- return to work and C. V and three Mrs. W. E. and Bro anri Mrs Stock and of Waldo enjoyed picnic dinner Monda v at Aliens and Mrs. Eddie Rock were weekend of Mrs. James Sexton family Ft The family of Longview Texas were holiday guests of their and J. Sexton ol Truy Mr. and C Nelson joined relatives at Tates Bluff Sunday for picnic and were and Mrs T. P. and Mr and Mrs Heard and El and Mrs. James Walters and three children uf Mrs. s and son ut and Mrs Martin and ton La and B il and of Mrs. Nutt ol Texas the weekend witli i his Mr and W N. all visited .Mr Nutt at Bearden Sunday Mr. and J. M. and sons ol Texas spent the weekend witli Mrs. John Hare and family Mr. and Mrs Preston Scott and daughter of visited Mr Pearl Boggs heie went from to Colorado to visit his brother Bennett Scott and and Mrs. Forest oi Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dudney returned home after a visit with lier Gordon Wesson and family at Helena and her Lillian Bennett in Mr. and R. G Varner and of Bluff visited Mr. Milton Dean and Saturday and Mr and Mrs. L W. Cravath and went home with them for Labor Dav I Susan daughter of Dr. and Mrs V S of Texas went home after the summer here with her grandparents Mr and Mrs. J Morsa n. The Morgans carried jher home and the weekend Mr and Mrs. H. Rav Rowe and and Billy of pine and Monday ' with Bro and Doyle T. Virginia Green of Dallas Texas and and Scoft of were of the Bob Mrs. Lysinger is the former Rose Chris Guttry and Mrs. Clyde Linkous are in the Ouachita County Hospital where they underwent W. underwent eye in tiie Warner Brown EJ Dorado last guests of and W. Wilkie and children were Mr. and Mrs. Cargile of Mr. and Roland and daughter of Jane Rogers and Billy Wilkie returned home with the Rogers in and Mrs. Harry Edwards and Partee of Camden spent Monday in Texarkana with Mr Kemp Hail and E. Mrs J. P Mrs Sandra and Mrs. Davis Wednesday to go to Caddo Gap and will remain for this Mrs. Harry recently points of interest in and having served four years in Air Force was discharged September 2 at San Antonio Ho and his wife arrived here Saturday to visit his and Mrs. Ralph and Mary The couple will make their home in where Marcus will attend Southern Eihei Haye is visiting with her Mrs. Raymond and Hinshaw of San Texas spent the with Neil Heard of El Dorado spent week with his Mr. and Mrs. C. Davis of visited his Mrs John Carter and and John F. Haltom and Joanna and Johnny of Alabama returned home Saturday night alter a weeks here and ut Cumden with their and Mrs. G. W. Haltom and Mr. and G. E L C. Cox returned home of last week from Corpus Texas where she her Dun and family Mr. Marshall has been ill some Mr. and Mrs. Willie Morgan of their i Will and Earl W. P. Jarnigan ol Waldo Miss Irene Hall and Jewel Tom Earle ot Waldo her Mrs. Guy Smith Sunda and H. C. and daughters of La spent Sunday with the Earl Floyd Bryan family the weekend lake home near and William Bell Carolyn of Smackover were Friday visitors Mr. and Mrs. c Tully Works and Kaye and T. M. of Ark Saturday with the G. W. and Mr. Works Uie weekend in Barney Mrs Noma Hargis and spent thr weekend at their home in and Mrs. Hail Jr. Mr. and r spent the holiday weekend at Caddo Viola Clifton Wood and Linda of C. J. and Emma Kay of La spent last week with Mr Tony Article By editors to their appreciation to Elma Green and Ethel Polk for consenting to tell of their interesting trip for the readers of the to Mrs. Nellie Davis for the use ol her dairy of the article concludes concludes the report of their Quebec Canada the only walled city of North America they stayed at St. Louis Hotel a block from the famous Chateau Frontenac a hotel where of England They visited the store and gift and marble halls with pictures of Queen Elizabeth's 1953 Party on the 260 feet the St. Lawrence River reaches lower Quebec and the harbor only by elevator in front of the Chateau per cent of if Canada are French and 95 percent As they toured bee by horse drawn Victorian Carriage and bus. they enjoyed Ihe beautiful flowers and lawns and the city Miey Tne streets of old Quebec were very narrow and The narrowest 6 ft wide and 1400 feel The gates to the walled cUy like a of the old They Montcalm and Monuments of French Indian of sunken garden Falls a 100 feet higher tlian the many and ihc Anne de the Ise with thatched and with little about five the year ice cuts off from the freeze 3 or 4 feet deep each w nter and the are held at Tiie home influence of Canada for this is No picture uor arc until are ot The guide is was guide in with a and a half French city in tlie them notice that the city and their children were as the saw were i visited many public universities and wax where the ures of great people were very in with and On Mt. Royal no were a waKon took n where had an of the the St. Rapids anti ihc mo had a ( the 1000 on where I homes of rich people and Canada 011 From traveled to Niagara new ni and tor i a Canaria rence rhc and the 111 of 1) Rally Held Mission Rally of the Baptist met Saturday Sept. 4 with Pica -ant View Baptist Church ol Mc A. L. Patterson ot er of American Baptist nave the devotional from Hebrews 12. entitled were nine pres. ent for the and I wore The attendance banner was won Baptist Church oi There a crowd out for Pleasant Vieu h WHS filled to offerings to u will to and The next meeting will be message for the hhs by Eld G. D. Wallers of County Baptist Church ol The scripture wi 142 Eld Wallers used the 4lh lor of the Men Go to Hell Who This was a very timely Everyone enjoyed this most nest mission Rally will b. with the Calvary Baptist Chuj c h ol Magnolia meeting is one week earlier than usual due to the furt the First Baptist Association annual meeting will he held and Oct 1-2. the Sept Calvary Baptist Lucy at 1:30 o'clock BE Sandwiches or Crushed Ice All oosU inc that In to teli MiC to hr meek anii In 111' each 111- her 11 I te I ine ( l Ch. i lian told pCM -e li the DO nioi 1-. loer human 1 liri lirin in leen h Aloft e Hi e 1,to Voui nove u ' nie And Ui ale peai voll 111 tor and 1)1-1 ter If love m ace your 1 Your Christ to with the arms of And curse beneath yuor falling i Your i Rejected love lies buried there Nor at its is shed ii it fo N.
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