Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1931 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 11, 1931
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MM. Sid Henry telephone 321 •;.. Armistice Day ttt Flanders Fields, a silence deep Descends to wrap our men who sleep Beneath those crosses row on. row, Where crimson totaled pofcples grow, Where Death no more stalks forth to reap. Our .Dead, we scarce had time to Weep! God bear you Word how well we keep The Faith with you who fought the i '<* In Flanders Fields. Your fight was ours! Like 'herded sheep Your slayers fled before the sweep Of righteous Victory They know Today Defeats remorse and woe. In vain you did not fall asleep III Flanders Flelds.-^Author Unknown. Mrs. E. DeLaughtcr of Boughton was the Tuesday guest of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Haynes and Mr. Haynes, Miss Hnsollo , Fontaine, who has been 'the guest of her cousin, Miss E. C. Fontaine for the past few days, has returned to hcr'horrte in Ozan. ' The l presidou of the Brookwood P. T. A. -requests all members , of that association be present on Thursday afternoori ut a ' joint meeting of the P. T. A.'#at the new high school. The Wotrtans Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian, church met on Tuesday afternoon at 'a, Home Mission Prayer service nt the church. A splendid program presenting the home mission needs in the South was presented by Mrs. L. A. Foster, including a number of Spirituals rendered by the Choral club under the direction of Mrs. R. A. Boyett, Mrs. Laura Bennett returned on Tuesday night from an extended visit with friends and relatives in St. Louis, Mo. The Cemetery Association will hold their regular monthly meeting on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the city hall. Miss Lurlinc Moody of Little Rock, state organizer of Young Peoples work in the Womnns Christian Temperance .Union, who has spent the past week in our city, house guest of Mrs. Henry Stuart, left Wednesday for El Dorado. Presenting a most impressive Armistice and Thanksgiving program, the John Cain Chapter of D. A. R. held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James R. Henry, Sr., on North Elm street with Miss Mamie Carrigan as joint hostess. A short business period was conducted by the president, Mrs. Chas Haynes, at which time the D. A. R, quilt squares were turned' '.in, -reports '.from the various committees were read and the Chapter's donation to the Winslow school was discussed. Following the business session, -the meeting was turned over to Miss Mamie Twitchell, who requested that the members respond ot the roll call with Thanksgiving expressions, Miss Twitchell touched on the meaning and origin of Thanksgiving, read President Hoover's Proclamation, Mrs. Chas Lock of Ozan read a very) instructive and interesting paper on the FirsUThanksgiving. Miss Mary Carrigan read a paper on the First Author-, ized Thanksgiving. The program closed with a lesson on the flag conducted by Mrs. James R. Henry Sr. The.^ D. A. R. ritual opened and closed the meeting. , The Senior P. T. A. will meet at the high school at 3:15 Thursday afternoon. A full attendance is urged. 1 Mrs. Terrell Cornelius was hostess ;on Tuesday afternoon to the members of the Tuesday Bridge Club at 'her home on South Pine street. The rooms were attractively decorated with fall flowers and the players were .seated at wo tables. Bridge favors went to Mrs. Lloyd Spencer and Mrs. "I'ully Henry. Following the game, the hostess served a most tempting •plate lunch with coffee. HOPE STAR Am&AlLY P«S, Murder in the aisle! Magic on the stage! Mystery in the audience! —With— EDMUND LOWE LOIS MORAN EL BBENDEL SAENGER NOW SHOWING Thursday and Friday WARNER FABINS' Sensational Novel "THE MEN IN HER LIFE" -With- * LOIS MOHAN CHARLES BICKFOBP j... Your Opportunity To Save On Apparel You •!• Only two weeks until Thanksgiving day will be here! It won't be long until the big dress-up day of the Winter season has arrived. And RobUon's three big ; stores are ready. With the greatest showing of fresh and new merchandise—the last word in styles—at the greatest bargains in the history of our business career. Buy now and save! . 4, 4 Closing Out One Group of I-Straps Black patent, blonde or white kid, and many other Interesting novelty ties, price now— 98c Look over the great variety of excellent shoe styles on these tables. They are all good shoes. But only 98c to close oUt. The greatest bargains in men's oxfords in 15 years. A black kid s,hoe, made blucher style, J2.50 value. Sale price— $1.98 Men's High Tops Men's blucher style high lop black calf shoes. A good comfortable last, made for easy wearing. A special November sale value at— $1.98 Men'sStout Shoes j Boys' Scout Shoes Black or brown, stitch-down composition soles with rubber heels. Made for long wear. November sale price, pair— $1.48 Boys-Girl's Shoes Higli top school ,and dress shoes. Sizes 5 -to 2. CfmfdrtRblo—serviceable—long lasting. November sale price, pair— 98c I Lot Baby Shoes A splendid, high top, leather sole baby shoe. Worth $1.00 and more. Made for growing feet. Several different stylos. November sale price— 75c Boys' Pants Boys' school pants, in sizes from 4 to IB. All the newest and latest pal- terns. November sale prices, your choice, from 95c to $2.98. 95c-2.98 New Wash Dresses 98c A big snowing oTTthe new long sleeve and half sleeve wash frocks, in some of the prettiest designs that have ever been shown in Hope. As carefully designed as your silk or woolen [I r e s s e s —unusually fetching styles. Each one of these charming Frocks is guaranteed absolutely fast in color. Fast to sun, fast to tub, fast to everything. You'll want several at this November sale price. THANKSGIVING S ale o f You'll easily,find just the Winter Coat you want ,in this gorgeous selection of the season's accepted styles in Winter Coats. You would hardly expect to find such exquisite style-such splendid materials, and linings —and furs of known quality and reliability. LADIES $7.50 COATS A special factory purchase of coats made for warmth and wear, vcmber sale price $4.98 LADIES $10.00 GOATS All colors. Good and A large selection of interesting styles warm. November sale price— Misses' Un. Suits Ladies and Misses winter weight un- dies. Long sleeve, or sleeveless union suits, fleeced for warmth. In all sizes, and several styles. Winter days arc not far ahead. Buy your supply now, while you can lukc advantage of these November sale prices. » 39c-75c Ladies' Silk Hose Ladies and Misses All silk from top to toe—full fashioned hose for Ladies and Misses. 49c $7.48 One group of the very to look well. LADIES $15.00 COATS f • . f . ; . coat you need to keep out the winter wind, and $9.98 LADIES $20.00 COATS The biggest value we have offered in our business careen These fine coats, your choice , $14.85 LADIES $25.00 COATS High type styles, featuring the new silhouettes and shades. Attractively lined—richly furred. $19.85 SMART COAT STYLES Some of the most atractive designs in new Winter Coats you'll find anywhere, at this bargain price. Splendid styles, beautiful furs—good linings. $29.50 i A Silk prices arc going up—buy a supply now, and save real money. Service weight silk—fourteen shades to select from. November sale price— Boys' Sweaters Sweaters for the boys—made coat style, or slip-over style. Rich colors—warm, heavy weaves. Handsome styles for the young fellows. And the November sale prices save you money. 98c - 2.98 Men's Dress Shirts Blanket Sale Collar attached dress shirts in the newest novelty and solid color patterns. Well lailcrcd broadcloth and madras designs. November sale price— 49c Boys' Dress Shirts Made as carefuly as mi shirts, these splendid i terns, your choice— 49c Single Blankets Part wool blankets, in attractive shades and plaids. Warm—and what a bargain, in this November sale! 85c Double Blankets Two groups of pretty designs in part wool blankets. Priced to make it worth your while to buy a supply. 98c-1.25 Geo. W. Robison & Co. HOPE "THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE" PRESCOTT NASHVILLE Overalls-Jumpers 220 weight blue denim overalls, with suspender or high back. Large legs, triple stitched. 49c We've sold thousands of pairs of these overalls and jumpers. Men's and boys' sizes. The suit 98c. Men's Work Shirts Men's Red Kap work shirts—a real 98e value. Good .heavy weight materials in blue, gray or khaki. In all ;izes and sleeve lengths. November (sale price 49c c <•** ' .—

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