Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 9, 1931 · Page 3
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Sfo ttl* PHI Mrs, Sid Hewy telephone Sfhls Is the season when the (rnvel^r sees Earth on her rooty knees Nudging the seed toward darkness, With her palms s Burying her alms; .When air that drowses in the dull daylight By night spins frosty-white, Whaivherohs call their plangent notes and flutter From warm to ley water. This is the season when the city stands Bearing her starry brands; When travelers through the frosty night forsake,, \ fn Her wind-swept brake, The \ru*tlc mother and come gravely down ,,„ To the warm'sheltered town; Stand meditative at her starry qulse And weary for the easeful comforter Come unto her.—New York Times. Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Meek of Bradley spent the week end visiting with Mrs. Meck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McHao, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Zell Lockwood of Little Rock were week end guests of their father, C, F. Erwln. Mrs. F. J. Gordon and children Jnunltn and F. J,, Jr., are spending the week visiting with.Mrs. Gordon's sister, Mrs. Jim LoWc and Mrs. John Collins at Blcvins. The John Cain Chapter of the D, A. R. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the homo of Mrs. James R. Henry, Sr., on North Elm street, with Miss Mary Carrigan as joint hostess. Miss Mamie Twitchcll will present a Thanksgiving program. All members arc requested to bring in their squares they have pieced for the D. A. R, quilt, and please note that the time of meeting has been changed from 3 to 2 o'clock. The Oglcsby P. T.' A. will not hold their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday afternoon but will join in a meeting of the other local units on Thursday afternoon at the Senior- High school. Mrs. H. D. Durham has returned from a week's visit with friends and relatives in Dallas, Texas. Miss Helen Young of Hot Springs is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Smith. Fay McGaughey, Malvern manager of Plungett & Jan-ell Wholesale Grocery Co., was the week end guest of his brother, Hugh McGaughcy and Mrs. McGaughcy. Mrs. Hugh McGaughcy was hqstess on Friday afternoon to the members of the Friday contract Bridge Club and and extra table of special guests, with Mrs. Harry Rauch as honor guest, at hor, home on South Elm street. Beautiful fall roses added their beauty und fragrance to»the rooms which wert arranged for three tables. Prizes mcnt to Mrs. Tom McLarty for the club and Mrs. Sidney Stanford for the guests. Mrs. Rauch was presented with a dainty remembrance gift. Following the game, the hostess served a delicious desert course with coffee. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp had as week end guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stone of Little Rock. Ncill Sloan, a member of the public school faculty had as Sunday guest, his mother, Mrs. N. Sloan of Arkadelphia. *• » Mrs. R. H. Barr entertained at a surprise birthday dinner on Sunday at her home on North Hervey street, celebrating the birthday anniversary ci her father, John Kent of near this city. The dining table was perfectly appointed, centered with a huge birthday cake, surrounded with lovely Called Daughter Weds American Oil Field Worker Hurt In Gang Fight Smackover Man Held aft Another Pound Badly Slashed EL DORADO. Ark.-W. H, fate, 28, oil field Worker of NorphUt, la In a serious condition at a local hospital and Willie Garner, 23, of Smackover is in jail at Norphlet oh a charge of assault with Intent to kill as the re± eult of what county officers believe was fl drunken fight shortly after mid-, night Saturday. Slashed fearfully In the abdomen and chest, Tale was found lying In an unconscious condition in front of D. H. Slaughter's residence at Norphlet shortly after midnight. He was brought to £1 Dbrtdo In an ambulance after being given emergency treatment and Sunday was said to have a chance for recovery. ' , He is employed as an oil well pumper by G. D. Nations. Garner was arrested Sunday by Constable Ed Barker 6f Smackover township and placed in the Norphlet jail officers believe Tate was the victim of a gang fight and that he was dumped out for dead in front of the doctor's home. Other arrests arc expected to follow. St. Louis Paper In ItsNew Plant Globe Democrat Moves for Fourth Time Since , Its Founding Cft-ld Queen of Sioux Frolic Artemisa Elias Calles, daughter of former President Plutarco Elias Calles of Mexico, is shown here In her bridal gown after her marriage to Dr. Joseph Jordan Eller, an American, in Mexico City. flowers, flanked by green candles in pink holders. Covers were laid for twelve, including the following out of town guests: Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Kent of Sulphur Springs, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Rider of Patmos, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kent and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Light of near this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kinser had as Sunday luncheon guest, Miss Lurline Moody of Little Rock. Miss Lurline Moody requests that all boys and girls between the ages of six and fourteen years of age meet her on Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the First Methodist church for the purpose of organizinf a Loyal Temperance Legion. On Tuesday at 7:30 she wants to meet all young people between the agos of sixteen and twenty-five years at the home of Miss Margare Kinttser on South Main street-..for- the 'purpose-of-.'Organizing- a Young Peoples Temperance Society. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Laster announce the arrival of ,a' daughter, born Sunday November 8th at the Julia Chester hospital. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. \ Old College Bell in Use Again to Halt Tardiness ST. PAUL, Minn.—(/P)—Unable to awaken students with electric buzzers, Hamline university here has resumed the use of an old bell hung in a campus tower. It rings for breakfast and for classes and has resumed duties it was given a half century ago when Dr.' George Henry Bridgman, a new president of the young school, came here from Gen esee, N. Y., and, being lonelx. he sent for it tq keep him company. It cured his nostalgia. ST. LOUIS— (#")—Between publication of the Sunday edition and the beginning of work on the Monday's edition, the Globe-Democrat moved into its new $2,500,000 home on High street and Franklin avenue. The newspaper's new home, which Is its fourth since the founding of its parent newspaper, the Missouri Democrat, in 1852, was under construction since March. 1930. The new building occupies a city block and is six stories high, embracing 275,300 feet of floor space. It embodies an intensive study of modern newspaper plants in all of the lerger cities of the country by E..Lansing Ray. president of the company and a director of the Associated Press, Douglas B. Houser, vice president, and W. C. Houser, secretary-treasurer. Over the main entrance are two striking reliefs, one showing the old- time printer, tugging at a hand press the other a mechanic amid the webs and cogs of a modern printing press A scupltured owl, the only- other ornament, is emblematic of the night workers, whose products has greeted the eyes of awakening St. Louisans for more than three quarters of a century Sobers Rescued By Police Squad Brooklyn Dance Hall Patrons Injure Seriously Two Hold-Up Men Tuesday! Hope's Heart will soften at the portrayal of this Magnificent Story. "The Sin Of Madelon Claudet" •:• • —With— HELEN HAYES "' LEWIS STONE CLIFF EDWARDS Here is one of the most soul-stirring pictures of mother-love and sacrifice the talking screen has shown since "Madame X." You'll Love It! SAEN6ER Lust Showings Monday TALLULAH BANKHEAD FREDRIC MARCH "MY "SIN" Piyorcee, Refused Marriage, A Suicide Kills Herself in Hotel Room of Baltimore Consulting Engineer BALTIMORE—(/P)—Mrs. Gertrude Merriken, 3<f>a divorcee, Sunday sho and killed herself in a room in thi Lord Baltimore hotel occupied bj Huldriech Egli, a consulting enginee and her former employer, after he hai refused her demand that they b married instantly. The woman, a short time before had left her 15-year-old son and par ents in another part of the city, tell ing them she was "going to church." The engineer, who was injured se riously in an automobile accident sev eral months ago, told the women tha his health would not permit marriage She then went into a bathroom, Egl told police, and a moment later h heard the report of the pistol. The coroner gave a suicide verdicl • i • Doctor: Influenza in itself is no dangerous, but it can have seriou consequences. Patience: So I noticed from you kiU.—Hummel, Hamburg. UNION BARBER SHOPS REDUCE PRICES! We, the Union Shops, of Hope, have reduced ALL 40c BARBER WORK TO 25c Hours 7:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Saturdays to 10:00 p. m. CAPITAL BARBER SHOP O. K. BARBER SHOP Closed Wednesday, Armistice Day at 11:00 a. m. 9AFE? HIE University of North Dakota students named Miss Eunice Courtney, above, f Page, N. D., Homecoming Queen nd leader of the Sious "ppw-wow" parade. She is shown here in a gen- line Sioux costume which she wore Jomeioming Day. NEW YORK.— (/P) —Police Sunday rescued two bandits who tried to hold up about 100 couples in a Grand avenue public dance hall in Brooklyn. Both were arrested but one was in a serious condition when taken to a hospital and the other was badly battered. The two men, flourishing revolvers, crashed the gate of the Fernleaf Club, and ordered the couples to line up. The dancers thought at first it Was part of the entertainment, and com-, plied laughingly. • But after several patrons had been rcbbed, the thing grew seriffus and with a well directed blow of the knee, John Capcslro, a patron, floored one bandit. The band struck up "Give Me Some- thing'to Remember You By" and the dance turned into something resembling football scrimmage, as the guests piled on top of the bandits, who yelled "help police." At the police station one said he was John Svoda, 21. Fingerprints taken at the hospital showed the other to be Leo Sidowski, 26. Heading the program at the $aertj$r" fhfeatre staitmg Tuesday is "The Sm of Madelon Claudet." Metrc-Goldwyn* Muyei q adaptation of the Edward Rnttblock stage success, "The LullH* by," with a cast that includes Helen.- Hayes, Lewis Stone Nell Hamilto'n, Robeit Young, Cliff Edwards, Jeftn Hersliolt, Marie PrevosJ, Karen Mo'r-- ley and others. Miss Hayes, who makes her first appearance on the screen in this picture, is the voting actress who recently Scored on BroadWjay irf "PettWoflt Influence." and previous to tliat play created tm enviable reputation ,for her work in "Coquette," "What Every Woman Knows," "Dear Brutus" and "Mr. Gilhooley." She portrays the young French girl, Madelon ClaUdet, whp, makes a fatal misstep when she elopes to Paris with a young artist and .is soon after. Involved in the scandalous arrest of a jewel thief who has befriended her. The thidf is played by Lewis Stone who makes an abrupt departure in this, role from his suave and poised characterlza,tions of "Romance" and "Inspiration." It is the first time Stone has played a criminal, the nearest he has ever come to it being the disreputable lawyer bf "The Secret Six.'" As the artist who deserts the heroine', Neil Hamilton is cast in a role less, sympathetic than those of 'IStrangers May Kiss" or "This Modern Age," thus giving him an opportunity to prove a hitherto little revealed' versatility. Cliff Edwards x and Marie Prevost, as a newly married ciuple who are constantly tit .each other's throats, provide many of the laughs in the picture. Comedy lovers know what to expect of both Edwards- and Miss Prevost, who recently scored outstanding portrayals in "Sidewalks of .New York" and "Snorting Blood." respectively. "The sin of Madelon Claudet," which is an adroit combination of romance, comedy and melodrama, tells the story of Madelon, who runs away from home With Larry, an American artist, in order to avoid marrying an unattractive man of her father's choosing, When .Larry unexpectedly deserts her and their infant son, Madelon gains the friendship of Count Boretti, a man of unlimited means. The Count and Madelon are .about to be married when Suzette, a former flame of Boretti, exposes him' to the • police as a notorious jewel thief. Madelon is implicated in the charge and is thrown into prison. When she somes out she becomes a wanderer, always Seeking her boy, to whom she dares not reveal her identity because she has been a jailbird. The eventual reunion of mother and son provid.es an engrossing and stirring climax to Utftttat^l 5,000 Vitwtke Body During Three, One-Half Haufi ' the story. • The picture was adopted from the stage play by Charles MacArthur, coauthor of "The Front Page," and was directed by the New York theatrica producer, Edgar Selwyn. Great Capital In one of his orations, Demosthenes, the'great Athenian statesman, who died 322 B.C., said: "Credit is the greatest Capital of-all," FHAT WAS QUITE A SPELL AGO. But TRUTH never dies. It still is. . The 'It' meaning Credit. And the 'Is' NOW! Credit Bureau >tr f the I*tt Congressman rstofcH, wh« died henfe Frtda# «,wihigV pliid tribute to him-toy 'fh* houaands Sunday'In the mt»t MHffffS" ive fiinefal service ever hehrm'Btth khtonlo. v: ,i A steady sifeaWi of mourners, rhfny avlng tome frdm hundreds at ritfreS nd numbering among them Jtop,'*' liationat prominence, filed- past the lag draped bier in the municipal au« itorlurrt frottl 10 a. m, trtrtil ii30 p. fa t was estimated that at Iwut 1S.MO ersofis viewed the body during the hree and one half htmrs. , St. Mark's Episcopal church, whert uneral services were held, Was' filled o overflowing long before the 1 ceremonies started, although seats 'ma >een Reserved for relatives, the army lelegation headed by Major Gerieralj Edwin B. Winans and Brigadier General Halstead Dorey, vistiing members of the United States senate and house of representatives and the escort Of veterans. . . At the national cemetery, where the body was laid to rest with full military honors, the crowd was estimated at 20,000, persons, drawn from aljl walks df life, the men standing reverently With'heads bared as the final rites were performed and the casket was lowered into the grave. A* the u* Si, f** mi*i»» of tfte aif*h# fe. pherie conditions Hi Tttc InstrtrmeHt Professor MottmSNt.-., ,._ tisV f6r attaemhsftt tp Bat to be lowered : Measuring arid rrtettt tra to W r«scorded th* to-fitt-of ctr. BAKI W P ' O W D E Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blackwpod announce the arrival of twins, ,a boy and a girl, born at 2 a. m. Monday. Miss Bernice Robken returned to Henderson State Teachers college Monday after spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robken. Rent It! Find It! Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per lino, minimum 30c 3 insertions, 7c per line, minimum 50c fi insertions, Gc per line, minimum Jl.OO 20 insertions, 5c per line, minimum ?4.00 (Average 5Mi words to the line) NOT E—Want advertisements accepted over the telephone may be charged with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, the day of first publication. Phone 768 FOR RENT Three room apartment for rent at 126 North Hervey street. Mrs. John H. Arnold. 9-Gtc SAFE INDEED! Nothing is safe with crooks prowling everywhere. Burglar> insurance is the only sure protection against the burglar, thief, or highwayman. Insure with Roy Anderson & Co, Phone 810 Hope, Arkansas FO'R RENT—Five room house on Highway 67, Magnolia Addition. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 7-6t. FOR RENT—Modern 7-room house, newly finished, close in. Apply Joe B. Greene, phone 293. 7-3t FOR SALE DEPENDABLE person to handle Walkins Products in Hope; customers established; excellent earnings. Write J. R. Watkins Co., 90-3 Kentucky St., Memphis, Term. (5-12-19-26) Don't Sleep On Left Side, Gas Hurts Heart If stomach gas makes you restless and unable to sleep on right side, take Adlerika. One dose will rid you of gas or nervousness, and bring sound sleep. John S. Gibson Drug Company. Adv - BARBER PRICES REDUCED! Haircut, Shampoo or Massage 20c Shine 5c KEITH'S BARBER SHOP Rear Citizens National Bank uiimmiimnniiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiifiit After Weakening Sickness IP you are run-down, or suffer from a weakened condition,— take Cardui, a medicine used by women for over fifty years. As your health improves, you will share the enthusiasm of thousands of others who have praised Cardui for the benefits they have felt after taking it. "I had a spell of sickness which left me very run-down and weak," writes Mrs. D. L. Beckner, of Elliston, Va. "I was not able to do my housework. I ached all over my body. My back and sides gave me a lot of trouble. A friend of mine told me to try Cardui. I took it for several months and I got strong and well." im.T Sold at all good drug stores. CARDUI Helps Women Watch Your Kidneys! Don't Neglect Kidney and Bladder Irregularities I F holhered with bladder ir- reguluritics, getting up at night uiul nagging backache, heed promptly these symptoms. They may warn of certain disordered kidney or bladder conditions. For more than 50 years grateful users have relied upon Ooan's Pills. Praised the country over. <jet Doaii's today. Doan's Pills A Diuretic for the Kidney* A THREE DAYS COUGH IS YOUR DANGER SIGNAL FOR SALE—Two young Jersey cows. Fresh. Reasonable. See or call j R. N. Mousor. Phone 1622F5 9-dh-3t LOST LOST—Two black suitcases containing women's wearing apparel on Highway 67 between Texarkana and Emmet. Return to Hope Star or call Chief of Police for reward. 9-3t Persistent coughs and colds lead to •erious trouble. You can stop them now with Creomulsion, an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion ia a new medical discovery with two-fold action; it soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and inhibits germ growth. Of all known drugs, creosote is recognized by high medical authorities as one of the greatest healing agencies for per- gistent coughs and colds and other forms of throat troubles. Creomulsion contains, io addition to creosote, other healing elements which soothe and heal the infected membranes and stop the irritation and inflammation, while the creosote goes on to the stomach, is absorbed into the blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and checks the growth of the germs. Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory in the treatment of persistent coughs and colds, bronchial asthma, bronchitis and other forms of respiratory diseases, and is excellent for building up the system after colds or flu. Money refunded if any cough or cold, no matter of how long standing, is not relieved after taking according to directions. Ask your druggist- (adv.) CREOMULSION FoaTttecoLKiH 0/9 coutimw HANoiw First Steeplechase Fatality ST. LOUIS— (fp)— The recent death of Jockey Ray Metealfe was the first fatality at a Bridlespur Hunt club steeplechase here. He was injured when his hotjse fell on him. in failing to clear a barrier. FOROVIII G«arant«tdpurt USE ItM than of pric*dbr«ndt. I I O N S O F P O U N P '. w OURGOVIHNVl •^•"""^ TT^i Pay Tomorrow--November Iflfff Pay your accounts by the 10th, and <L Eagle Trading Stamps! We cannot give 'Stamps on your October accounts November 10. o These stamps mean money to you—save*them!j WE CLOSE WEDNESDAY Armistice Day—From 11:00 "to 1:30 and 2;45 until after the football game. Jno. P. Cox Drug Co. ; We Deliver " . Phone,! f * CLOSED WEDNESDAY ARMISTICE DAY All laundry received by us before 10:30 -a.. n Tuesday, will be returned Tuesday night, when ,'^ i »t requested. > ,;',' . . ^ Nelson.-Huck.ins Laundry ; j * ."" Phone 8 Everything Washed in Ivory SoapJ^i '' CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY In honor of those who paid the supreme sacrifice in the World War we close our place of business all day Armistice Pay, Wednesday, Nov. Hth, We kindly ask our patrons to make their purchases TUESP AY! J. C. Penney Co. »* Phone 484 f T O R 112 West Second

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