Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 12, 1931 · Page 3
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NEWS Mri Sid Henry Telephone 321 , The wrangling faction* strive for i,good or ill, They vaunt their wares, they merch with fife and drum. Their clnmof swells, but one great -voice Is Still; . In Vain we yearn; our oaptalh does not come. * ; We long tot one whose eye Is bold and clear, • ' Our hero, -gallant, joyous, wise and , strong. Whose tongue Is truth, who has no •'shame nor fear To deal In forthright words with , right and wrong. Oh, let his banner brave the storm again While glad hearts leap to know his battle cry) Raise up lo us a man, our maft o men, The mau whom men may follow tl they die.—New York Times, Pilot of Plane in Which 5 Died The Friday Music Club will mee on Friday afternoon at the home 0 Mrs. R. T. While on North Wash ington slrect The study subject wi be "Madieval Music" with Mrs. R, N LaGrone leading. The Choral clu will meet promptly at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. R. A. Boyetl, dlrecling. The Cemetery 'Association will hold their regular monthly meeting on Fri day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the city hall. Among the out of towns fans seeing the football game on Wednesday afternoon between Hope and Prescott, were Dr. Al Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Thos C. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pitt- Pittman of Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. P . C. Stephens, Mr. . and Mrs. H. M Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bruce of BIcvins. Mrs, S. H. Battle of BIcvins spent Wednesday visiting with her sister, Mrs. Ella Bright. The Young Women's Circle of the First Presbyterian church held their regular meeting on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ched Hall on West Avenue B. Twelve members answered to the roll call and two new members were added, Mrs. George Hosmer led a most interesting program on the Orient. Following a short business period the hostess served a delicious salad plate wilh. hot chocolate. " • In celebration of her sixtecnlh birthday anniversary, Miss Margaret Kinser entertained a gijpup of her young friends at a beautifully planned six o'clock dinner on Wednesday evening at her home on South Main street. The reception rooms were bright and attractive with a quantity of lov4Ty 'fall flowers, nnd the guests were seated at one large table in the dining room. The lable was centered wiU\ u huge birthday cake, surrounded with (dointy flowers, with pink tapers in "crystal holders, gleaning softly among the flowers. Covers were laid, for Miss Nancy White. Miss Maxine Brown, Miss Fern Garner, Miss Alice Mac Waddle, Miss Kathryn Briant, Miss Maltie Evans, Miss Agnes Morgan, Miss Mary Sue Anderson, Miss Ellen Lous Bowden, Miss Effie Mc• Culley, Miss Louise Lewis 'and Miss Margaret Kinscr. , Mrs. J, L. Woodfin of Brinkle the guest of her parents, Mr. andlj Harry Dabbs. Mrs. J. F. Gorin was hostess on Wednesday afternoon to the members of the Wednesday Contract Bridge Club, at her home on West Avenue C. Attractively arranged flowers decorated the rooms, and the players wore seated at two tables, with Mrs. J. L. Woodfin of Brinkley as special guest. Favors went to Mrs. G. Frank Bftttuford Bill (Continued From ftft Oh*) laf mileage traveled by said office as also ferriage and toll charge*, .Section 6. All costs And wtpena«s of this investigation and audit «h« be paid out of the approprlatiori He alone could have told the full story of , the tragic air transport accident in which five lives were lost n a crash at Camdcn, N.J. But Floyd tofore provided by Act No. 1M 0 19$1. upon vouchers signed by th chairman and attested by the secre tary of said Commission; and each o such vouchers shall specify the pur pose for which the same shall have been Issued. Section 7. It Is the legislative pur pose and intent to confer Upon th said. State Highway Audit Commls slon full and plenary power to make complete, thorough and impartial In vestlgatlon and audit of the affairs 0 the State Highway Department; an to that end the said Commission 1 granted no| only 'the powers ex pressly named herein and In Ac No. 166 of 1931, but all other power necessary and convenient to accom plish said investigation and audit Section 8. Nothing In this Act shal be construed as a repeal of any o the provisions of said Act No. 166 o the Acts of 1931, approved March 25 193h but this Act shall be and i hereby declared to be cumulative o and supplemental to said Act No. 164 Section 9. Should any provision section or clause of this Act be de clared unconstitutional by a court o competent jurisdiction, 'such rulinf thereon shall not affect the remaining sections, parts of sections or provision: "hereof. Section 10. It being impeartlvc tha the public interest be fully conservec by prompt action in securing the investigation and audit herein contemplated and In promoting withou delay the state highway construction program, and this Act being therefor necessary for the immediate -. Cox, above, one of the most skill- preservation of the public place ul pilots of the passenger line, was one of those who died in the flam- ng wreckage. A Department of Commerce investigation Is attempting t Ictermlne the cause of the crash, Wiles fr the Club and t Mrs. Woodin for the guests. In keeping with he system recently adapted by this lub instead of the usual refreshments donation went to the charity fund. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Osmer, who were married in this city, on Satur- oy evening, with the Rev. T. L. Epton f Nashville officiating, were the onorees at a surprise miscellaneous hower on Monday evening at the ome of the bride's mother. Mrs. Ar,e Allen on South Elm street. Mrs. 'smer before her marriage was Miss steile Allen, a gradualc of the Hope igh school, and Mr. Osmer is from fagnolla. They will reside 'wilh Mrs. rrle Allen on South Elm street. IT IS IMPORTANT . . . that drugs and medicines be fresh . . . . because it is only when they are fresh, of standard quality and unfortn in strength that they possess the therapeutic value and benefit. We buy our chemicals directly from -reliable, trustworthy sources . . . that is why hundreds of people always have prescriptions filled at Ward & Son . . . that is why they come here for drugs of every kind. ' Ward& Son The Leading Druggists "We've Got U" PHONE 62 Free Delivery ladge Schooley Is Honored at S.M.U. One Among Three to Be >' Initiated Into the Art Society Miss Madge Schooley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schooley, who Is a sludent of S. M. U. at Dallas, Texas, will be initialed 1 into Ihc Alpha Rho Tau'Art fraternily nexl week according lo word received by her parenls of Ihis cily. Three members are chosen from the sophomore class of Iho school each year. The rerjuiromenls are an "A" average in art and an "A" and "B" plus in Ihe remaining subjccls. Miss Schoolcy's talent in arl is of a marked degree and her record as a sludenl is highly commendable. mttn City of Birmingham to Give Work to Jobless health and safety an emergency is hereby recognized to exist and this Act shall be in full foice and effect from and after ils passage and approval. Nichols , BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— (fl>) -Armed with picks and shovels 2000 men will be put to work December 1 on a municipal drainage project here. The city commission announced Tuesday the men will be paid out of a $500,000 fund saved in constructing a central drainage system for which $3,000,000 was available. They will be employed three days a week. James M. • Jones, president of the commission, said the work will include construction of storm sewers and drainage canals and that the number of laborers probably will bo increased to 3000 as the work progresses. Health 'In this communily is good at this writing. Every one is almost through gathering their crops.' , . Jim Winberry and family, Delbert Rogers and family, Mike Winberry and family, Roy Nichols and family and Misses Lillian and Sallic Saster- ling, spenl Sunday wilh John Winberry and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Winberry were shopping in Prescott Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J.'G. May spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sandifer. Mrs. Ora Williams, who was taken to the hospital al Prescot a few datys ago and underwent an operalion in improving. We wish for her a speedy recovery. Troy Marlin who has pneumonia is very sick at Ihis wriling. We hope for him a speedy recovery. He has been laken to the hospital in Prescott. Miss Pearl Winberry spent a while Sunday afternoon with Misses "Lillian nad Sallle Easterling. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nichols spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Winberry. Miss Pearl Winberry spent Friday with Mrs. Lois Winberry. J. A. Winberry and B. J. McKamie were in Hope shopping Wednesday. J. A. Winberry and family spent Sunday with Tom Wreyford and fam- ly near Pine Springs. Homer Easterling an dsister, Mrs, 3lis Simms, spenl Salurday night and Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Easterling. The party given at the home of Miss Wilm'a Brown Saturday night, was well atlended and all reporlcd a good ime. Singing al Falcon Sunday nighl was well attended an dhad good singing. Everyone is inviled lo come back and, bring your new song books and some one wilh you. ggg STAR AlffijMPiY PE1JI88, Mitchell | Personal Mention I Mr. and Mrs, Paul Russell of Lewis- villc, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yarbrough at their home on South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Burk, former Hope people, but now living in Texarkana, were visiting with friends here Thursday. D. M. Burford, well known cotton buyer, formerly of this city but now a resident of Pine Bluff, was in Hope on business Thursday. TODAY & FRIDAY * Warner Fabjns' Sensational Drama! A Human Drame of Love and Emotion! "THE MEN IN HER LIFE" —With— LOIS MORAN CHAS. BICKFOHD —Added— CALLA COR M. G. M. Comedy SAENGER The House of Hits Cold Wave Is On the Way! You'll Want to See These Gorgeous New Dresses Fashion's Foremost Mid-Season Designs In Dresses for Afternoon, Sports and Sunday Night Wear The new styles are all represented—you'll want to own one when you see this smart selection. Prices Unusually Atractive, Too * Ladies Specialty * * Shop * "Exclusive But Not Expensive" (Continued Prom t»a«e Oft*) to ebey said proccw of said Com" rnittton or duly authorized rt«mb«f thjrtof, or auditors, or who fell* or mtitti to answer any question* per' tittent to the Investigation and audit af th* affairs of the State Highway Department, or who refuse's W |MrO* dU66 arty books, records, papers,' dot* ume'ntg, files and / or other evidence pertinent to the Investigation arid audit of the affairs of the State Highway Department shall be guilty of la misdemeanor and upon eonvlfeUoft thereof, shall be punished by a flrie of not exceeding ten , thousand (10.000.00) dollars, or by 'impris/m* ment .Jn the county jail for a period of not more than one year or by both such fine and Imprisonmerit. The venue for prosecution of the said mis- demea'nor shall be in the county where the process directs attendance, or in the county where the Commission or any duly authorized member thereof is sitting, or in the county where the process is served, or in the county where any failure or refusal to answer questions or produce any • books, records, papers, documents, files, and /,or other evidence as herein provided may occur; and also, may be adjudged guilty of contempt of, said Commission or auditors and punished by a fine not exceeding ?10,000, or by Imprisonment In the county jail of the county where the contempt occurred for a period of not more than one year, or by both such fine and imprisonment, at Ihe discretion of the Commission. Any fines imposed hereunder shall be collected and paid into the State Common School Fund. Any person who shall swear falsely before said Commission or any'mem- ber thereof touching any material matter pertaining to the investigation and audit aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of perjury, and on conviction thereof shall be punished as now provided by law. For the purpose of taking testimony the said Commission or Auditors are hereby authorized and empowered to employ and fix the compensation of a stenographer or stenographers. (d) The said auditors are hereby authorized and empowered to employ 'A firm of engineers of high to mnke testa, to Inventory arid" &fr praise, machinery equipment and *fia* terials of every kind and descrlpHori purchased by the State 1 HlghW$ Of* partment or used or owned or held m connection and for the benefit t& the Arkansas State Highway Depart* Went, and to perform any 'Other service or services with reftrertee W contracts made by the Highway Com 1 ' mission, its agents or employee*, •covering work done, material, equipment or supplies purchased or used by tHe State Highway Department, as may-be required by said auditors, and to fix their compensation. (e) Said Commission, or any metn- ber thereof, or any of said auditors, are hereby empowered to sit outside the State of Arkansas, and the Commission, or any member thereof, may go out of the State of Arkansas U> require the production < of any books, records, papers, documents, files-and other evidence, of any individual, firm or corporation that have had dealings directly or indirectly with the State Highway Department of the State of Arkansas, and to administer oaths and take testimony of witnesses while sitting outside the State of Arkansas. (f) Each witness -whose attendance is compelled before said Commission or auditors, shall receive the sum of |1.50 per diem and 10 cents per mile one. way by the nearest and most practical route from their place of abode to said place designated in said subpoena for giving of such testimony, plus ferriage or bridge toll, if any; and, the officer serving said subpoena shall receive therefor the sum of 50c for each and every witness so served and five cents circular mileage traveled by said officer, as also ferriage and toll charge. All costs and expenses of this investigation and audit shall be paid out of the appropriation heretofore provided by Act No. 166 of 1931, upon voucher signed by the chairman and attested by the secretary of said Commission; and each of such vouchers shall specify the purpose for which the same shall have been issued. The Governor or Acting Governor shall not issue any deficiency proclamation authorizing the expenditure of any sum in excess of Twenty-five Thousartd Dollars in addition to the original appropriation for m tip, 1«6 of the Aftte o! 191. (|) TH* auditors engaged flndef authority of this Act shall file c»pi*s of their reports with the Audit Cdrft» -mlijlotf, the Governor and Secretary of Siale. , (ft), Should a vacancy hereafter oe. euf on «aid Audit Commission due to reslgnatlan, incapacity to serve, death Of ftlher cause, the members of the House of Representatives from the .counties comprising the Congressional District that by such resignation, death, etc., was left unrepresented on said Audit Commission, shall convene ott call on five days notice signed by a majority of said House members ,ffdm the respective counties embraced In said Congressional District, said notice to give time, place and purpose of meeting. The person selected by a majority of said Representatives at said meeting or any adjourned meeting, shall be certified to the Secretary of the State of Arkansas as a member of said Audit Commission to represent said Congressional District and shall be entitled to take oath of office and serve as a member of said Audit Commission under the pro- Visions of said Act No. 166 and amend- 'ments thereto. (1) Every person shall have the right of appeal lo a court of competent jurisdiction from any decision or penalty, imposed by the Audit Commission or any member thereof, or by the auditors, under authority of this Act. (j) Nothing in this amending act, except paragraph (h) dealing with filling vacancies on Audit Commission shall be construed as a repeal of any of the provisions of Act No. 166 of the Acts of 1931, approved March 25, 1931 as originally passed. (k) Should any provision, j section or claUse, of this Act 'be declared unconstitutional by a court o! competent jurisdiction, such ruling thereon shall not affect the remaining sections, parts or sections or provisions thereof. (1) All members of the State Highway Audit Commission shall be required to file with the Secretary of State within thirty days after the passage and approval of this Act, a declaration to the effect that he will not become a candidate for election to any State County or District office , teaft*i> pfdvlded, ' • '^T^J? A; : ft shall t« unlawful Itf *fi? election official in any primary ot general election held within thu State during the year 1932 to plafc* this MM of any member of the tffufft HilSW Audit Commission (who fWflWni stich member after thirty day* frbftt the passage and approval of this Act) upon any legal ballot fbf tfte year 1932. except as hereinafter jMvfded. It' being provided, however, that any present member of Mid State Highway Audit ComfniMton, nbw holding State, District or,COu«ty office, may be A candidate for to^el*** tlon to said office in both ptiffliry aftd general election for the yttfOtU, (m) It being imperative that the public interest be fully conserved by prompt action in securing the inves- A THREE DAYS' COUGH IS YOW Persistent coughs tad cold* laid to serious trouble. Yo« can Hop them now with Creomulsion, an emulsified cteosou that is pleasant to take. Cfeomulsion it • how medical ditcovery With two-fold so- tion; it soothes and heals the influned membranes and inhibits gem growth. Of all known drugs, creosote Is recognized by high medical Authorities as one of the greatest healing Sgencie* for persistent coughs and colds and other forma of throat troubles. CreottulsioB contain*, in addition to creosote, other healing elements which soothe and heal the infected membranes and stop the irritation and inflammation, while the creosote gee* on to the stomach* is absorbed into tha blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and checks the growth of the germs. Creomnlsion 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 on cold, no matter of how long standing, is not relieved after taking according to directions. Ask your druggist, (adv.) state and the ptibHfe 8ft fefrtwjtt ----and this Act shall b% iftj efTect torn and af t approval In the recent Bfltish Mfr land's only prohlbitibnilt • Parllan»nt lost his seat. noylng, just wHeti M • Somebody is in 1 ofgriefifhedoetn' that leak in fail i fixed right away> you are the one! We can save ,~._~, because we WoJrk'ifti charge you little , guarantee complete, II faction. ' Remember— 4 small ^ stoppednowisbetteirj • costly repair late?, Drive around and eel! today! Arkansas Mac Specialty -I Phone 2a7 Hope, "I Swore Off ^M . t ' . • Harsh Irritants" \^w^i -VfiSJ " Certainly I am on the lucky list. Last summer, while camping in the high ^Sierras, I hiked six miles to get my supply of LUCKY STRIKES. I swore off harsh irritants when the talkies first started— and I've smoked LUCKY STRIKES ever since. And that improved Cellophane wrapper of yours —with the little tab for easy opening— is a gem " '/r Sweet-faced little Helen Twelvetreec is another stage youngster who rocketed to Hollywood glory in a picture or two. If that girl's disposition could be photographed it would be a lesson in charm. 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