Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 17, 1931 · Page 3
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STAR Al$$ftLY PRESS, Mrs, Sid Henry Telephone 821 I< stores of dry nnd learned lore we gain We keep them In the memory of the brain; Names, things, facts—whate'er we knowledge cat], There is the common ledger for them till! And Images on this cold surface trac* ed ' . Mnkc slight Impressions and arc soon effaced. But we've B page more glowing and more bright On which our friendship and our 'love to write; That these may never from the soul , depart, Wo trust thorn to the memory of the heart; * ' There is no dimming—no effacemcnt here; Each pulsntlon keeps the record clear; Warm golden letters nil the tablcl fill. Nor lose their luster till 'the heart ' s still.—Daniel Webster. Miss Catherine Crycr of Haltiesburg, Miss., will nrlvc on Tuesday evening and will spend several days in our city, directing the play, "Oh, Professor" that will be sponsored by the Senior-Junior ftigh P. T. A. presented ithc auditorium of the new high school building on Tuesday evening November 24. The proceeds from this entertainment will be used in beautifying the grounds of the high school. Miss Cryer comes highly recommended and the cast of "Oh, Professor" will include some of the best talent of the city. ( Mr. and Mrs. McGaughey have returned from a week end visit with friends and relatives in Little Rock. Mrs. D. H. Lipscomb, Miss Maude Lipscomb, Mrs. Allen .Garrison and children. Carolyn and Alien, Jr., spent the week end visiting with friends and relatives in Little Rock, Mr. nnd Mrs. 3. L. Powell and family and Mrs. Frank Russell spent the week' end visiting with friend^ and relatives- in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas. Miss (Christine Lipscomb of Little Rock aAd Fort Bayard, N. M., was the Monday guest of Miss Maude Lip- scorob. Mis.4 Maude Lipscomb entertained at one of the most attractive bridge parties of the fall season on Monday evening at her homo on East Front street as n special compliment to Miss Christine Lipscomb of Little Rock f^d Fort Bayard, N. M. QuantiO^ of beautiful chrysanthemums y^jfe arranged in the reception f t dc where' the players .were seated, '.t lour tables. The'bridal motif wa^:,-stressed in the bridge accessories and refreshments, announcing the aj>j>rcapWng marriage Long Islari; N. Y. '"The high' score favor w-.<nt to Mrs. Frank Hicks and the- honoree was presented with a dainty remembrance gift.\ Mrs. Lloyd Spencer and Mrs. E.' M, McWilliams spent the week end visiting with friends and relatives in Little Rock. Circle No. 5 of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church held their regular monthly meeting on Monday afternoon at the horte of Mrs. Myron Duke, with Mrs. V. E. Smith as joint hostess. A most help- I'ul.and interesting program was led by Mrs. Jesse Brown and during the social hour, delicious refreshments Third Secretary for First Lady The First Lady of the Land will riafe three secretaries noW, with the addition to Miss Doris Goss, above, of w York, ot her social staff. Miss Goss, former secretary to the late Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, will assist Miss Mildred Hall and Mrs. Frederick Butler n arranging for the winter social season at the White House. ' were served to seventeen members. The Womans Christian Temperance Jnion will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the home '\ of Mrs. W. P. Agee, Sr., on East Second street. Mrs. 'H. N. Street of Lonoke, who Is conducting a jseries of Bible studies at • the First Presbyterian church will be' presented' and address he meeting. Circles No. 2 and,j of the Womans Missionary Socl^y of the First.Bap- tist church Kid a joint meeting on Wonday 9*>crnoon at the country home «£ Mrs. S. L. , Padgitt and moth'-rfMrs. Anna Lykins, with sever ^en members answering to the roll oall. Mrs. J. Li Lewis leader of Circle No. 3 led the program and gave a most inspiring devotional using as her subject, "In His Name." A. number of interesting papers on: the topic-of discussion, "The Crucible, of World Destiny" were read by r 'd(ffefeht mem- jers. The rooms were bright and attractive with beautiful fall flowers and-delicious refreshments were serv- On Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock Circle No. 5 of the Womcns Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church entertained at dinner in the Auxiliary rooms as special compliment to Mar. B. N. Street of Lonoke. Other special guests were Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson, Mrs. Washington'Berry and Mrs. L. S. Thomas. The guests were seated at one large table, which held at intervals, silver baskets of beautiful radiance roses. Mrs. C. C. McNeill Circle chairman presided, and interesting talks were made by Mrs. Street Arkaifffti daptiit* to Open Meeting Tu«id»y BATESVILLE Ark.-(fl*)-C6ftfr6ftt^ ed by questions of what to do with It* educational institutions, and of refunding its $900,000 bonded debt, delegates representing VWjOOO ftwl«b*« will convene here Tuesday lot the seventy-eighth annual Arkansas Baptist state convention. A commission named at the convention last year to make recommendations for future operation of three Baptist colleges is to make its report. Although contents of the report have not been made public, there have been persistent rumors that the commission will recommend the consolidation of Otiachita Colege, Arkadelphla, Mountain Home College, at Mountain Home, and Central College, a girl's school at Conway. and Dr. Anderson. Members of Circle No. 5 Included: Mrs. Ched Hall, Mrs. Mack Stewart, Mrs. Perry Moses, Mrs. George Hosmer, Mrs. Chas. Wilson, Mrs. Courtney White and Misses Verna Stuart, Helen Betts, Elizabeth White, Martha Virginia Stuart. Miriam Carllon, Anne Leeper, Margaret Belts, Nellie Porter and Miss Whitten. Following the dinner the guests adjourned to the church where Mrs. Street delivered the second of a series of Bible lectures she is conducting at the First Presbyterian church throughout the week. Miss Helen Powers of Ttxarkana js the guest of Miss Alice Bernier. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush and Don Haworth of Kansas City, spent the week end visiting with friend3 and relatives in Little Rock. Fish cannot close their eyes and therefore they are unable, to sleep 'in the ordinary sense of that term as applied to mammals.- They have periods of less activity during the day and during that time they rest. Seven ex-monarchs living in exile are estimated to possess between them ?75,000,000. Of this total, the ex-Kaiser, owns more than Jd2,500,000 The cow is tht- only four-footed animal that gets up hindquarters first. House spiders lay >as many as 60 eggs at a time, carefully enclosing them in a bag of silk. YOU ARE ALWAYS 'WELCOME You are our personal guest every time you' enter our store ... to be treated with every consideration. You may want only to ask a question, use .our phone, buy a stamp, leave a parcel, call a taxi, get a drink of water, i>r meet a friend. Be sui-Cyyouiare^ always welcome to make" full "Use bf' oiir; store's'con- veniences whenever they can be of service.' Ward& Son The Loading Druggists "We've Got It" PHONE 62 Free Delivery tyhen 3000 Pigeons Became Air-Mittdefl THE SPIRIT OF HOTRE DAME THE ONE GREAT ALL AMERICAN ROMANCE! —With— FRANK CARR1DEO The Four Horseman Ami all the Great Stars of Notre Dame Dedicated to that Famous Maker of Men w Knute Rockne THURSDAY-FRIDAY ANNOUNCING— New Ownership and a New Standard of Service SAEN6ER 343 Service Station LION OIL PRODUCTS PENNZOIL MOTOR OIL We Will Appreciate Your Business Complete Service Washing—Greasing Battery Service Generator and Starting Motors Brakes, Radiators Motor Service Electrical Work Complete Line of Auto Accessories Batteries—Tires—Tubes "BETTER SERVICE" Corner Third & Laurel Phone 343 P. N. Reed, Mechanic B. C. Hollis, Manager. A COMPLETE GARAGE In CONNECTION All Work Guaranteed //• • # 'M* ^« ^.•:*3X* **??% .:.* '" /„'.***»?:*• Hurt in Highway n Idabel Aft* "It's a "chuck-up"—the annual sports event devised by pligeon fanciers of Long Island—and here you see the first flight of more than 3000 birds which were released by their owners the other day In Astoria, N. Y. The idea is that the birds, upon being-released simultaneously, will fly to their home coops and take stray pigeons they have met enroute. The "chuck-up" also tests the loyalty of each fancier's pets, for if any of them have been poorly cared for they are likely to seek better horns. Details of Rum Ring To Be Told in Court OPELIKA, Ala.—(/P)—Details of an alleged rum ring operating in eastern Alabama will be related in United States district court here Monday as more than two score residents of Phoenix City and vicinity go on trial charged with conspiracy to violate the national prohiibtlon laws. Included in the defendants are two state legislators, Representative Chas. T. Clayton of Russell and Representa- tive Claude B. Gullatt, Sr., of Lee, Walter Sherr, former mayor of Phenix City, E. L, White, former city commissioner, several patrolmen and prominent citizens of the East Alabam acity. Sheriff Flanders of Calhourn coun ty, Florida, also is listed as a defendant. , -• IDAflEL. Ohla.—Henry Ives, sort trf Mr.. arid"Mrs. Sam ives of Oatfrffi, Oklahbrna, was in a Parts, Texas, sati- Itariufy Monday, Suffering frottl iii-1 Icrn^l injuries, a broken leg and cuts abbut the head, white William Bright, 20, also of Garvin, was slgihlly Improved from cuts and bruises about the face as the result of an automobile accident'near here Sunday night. Ives and Bright Were repairing a flat tlte on their automobile, on highway ?0, when a truck, driven by A. &, Bath, of Jackson, Texas .attmepted to" [o around the parked car at a high •ate o fspeed 1 . Bath said that he saw* he boys working on the machine, but not in time to avoid missing them. Several, people riding in the truck driven by Bath escaped injury. More Congratulations Heard on Hoover Plan ,WASHINGT6N.-(/P)--Telegrams of congratulation upon the president 1 ! proposal ito establish a system ol lome loan discount banks continued to arrive at the White House Monday One was from William E. Best, pros- dient of the United States Building and Ldan League. Best wired from Tiil^a, Okla,, he was assembling officers of his organization with building and loan lead- . ers fro mevery state to meet "in I Washington on December 1 to concid- er all phases of the plan." He added the president could "count on our full co-operation." . ;. Over 250 varieties of cheese ar made in France. Holland produces 45 Italy 200, and Denmark about 60. Th United States produces only a few kinds of cheese. Bridge Party Shawnee County, one of the richest in Kansas, reports 6172 horses on farms and only 325 tractors. . Since 1920 a total of 40,000,000 acres of farm land in the United States has gone out of use. . Jefferson County, Florida, produces 80 per cent of the world's supply of watermelon seed. A baby kangaroo is not much larger than a man's thumb. awd dob ., Finland,, ^ EVlt OF CONST1P t •< '*-.**£ Constipation locks n in the body, and all to begin danger' the bowels active, stlpftt&df 6ne( things to do-Is to tofd's BlaSlf* prompt relief* Brack, 2|lo Poplar There was'some commuting to be done when that new George IWash ington Bridge was opened between Manhattan and New Jersey And father, mother and the kids—to the tune of, about 300,000 persons afoot, or! horseback and in horseless carriages— swarmed over the huge structure above the Hudson River. Here's an impressive view of the bridge, largest suspension span in the world, as it- appeared under its first full load of traffic Thedford's her home, t for thought it WAS &6 had me Use It, I fine for sour stoti gas. A few doses, several 'nights, feel like a new have fdund It dependable, v Made from Jfte tapfeftjj roots of medicinal pi free from mineral gold at Drug Storek 1 s „ >» «Ji, ^ *^> THEDFORD'S " BLACK-DRAU I For CONSTIPATTOllill I INDKJEfiTIONi Lmiiiiimui'iiiimimr-iwiim "Of course I smoke Luckies —they're to my throat' "Of course I smoke Luckies —I thought everybody did. They're kino 1 to my throat—you don't hear them in the microphone. 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