Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1931 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 20, 1931
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NEWS " " < 'v ' / '¥ P5> ' X% r'" HOPE STAR AMD DAILY PRESS, HOPE, ARKANSAS Mrs. Sid Henry Telephone 821 In bleak ftovembcr, when th6 earth and sky • •" With somber hues confess the Waning year; When drifted leaves along the fence- row lie, And sumac stalks their reddened spires uprear; On such chill days, with yearning In my heart, We tread a tranglcd path beloved of old, And lo- at last, where thinning brambles part. Bursts on our sight the blttcrswcet's rod and gold! Hither and thither twists the flaming vine, Up the green cedar, through the creeping brier, Like new struck sparks the clustered berries shine, Warming the laden landscape with their fire, Filling the wintry soul with cheerful glow That scorns the first gray flakes of sifting snow.—Selected. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homef Burke of Texarkana are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Marshall Mr. and Mrs. John Lester of Mc- Kamio visited with friends and relatives in the city on Thursday. R. S. Askew, who has spent the past two months looking after business interests in the county left Friday for his home in Lebanon, Tenn. The november meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union was held on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. P. Agcc Sr., on East Second street, with Mrs. Cleve Andres as joint hostess. Beautiful roses and chrysanthemums adorned the rooms, and the meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Kcnry H. Stuart, following the singing of nhymn, a most inspiring and beautiful devotional was given by Winning Looks Won a Prize Last Times Friday LEW AYRES —In— "THE SPIRIT OF NOTRE DAME" —With— THE FOUR HORSEMEN And all the great Stars of Notre Dame. Dedicated to KNUTE ROCKNE I I THURSDAY-FRIDAY PRINCE ZODAR The Mental Wizard (In Person) If you wish to know what the future holds in store for you, consult PRINCE ZODAR. He sees all ... knows all . . . answers all questions. No Advance in Prices Saturday Double Program Another one of these bargain days . . . you see two feature pictures for the price of one. LASCA OF THE RIO GRAND —With— JOHN MACK HROWN Tom Keene -In"Sundown Trail" SAENGER It was bad luck for other European beauties when Margaret Aline Bording, above, of London, took it into her .pretty head to complete in a recent carnival at Nice, France. She carried off first prize for beauty. Mrs. H. N. Street of Lonoke, who has spent the past week in our city conducting Bible studies at the First Presbyterian church. During the business period, the treasurer reported that the Union's quota for the state work had been sent in. A review was given of the work accomplished by Miss Lurline Moody of Little Rock, W. C. T. U. state worker, who had recently visited in our city, where she talked to over 2000 students in and around Hope, organizing Loyal Temperance Legions and Young Peoples' Union. Accompanied by Mrs. J. C. Carlton, Mrs. S. L. Padgitt favored the meeting with a vocal number, "Come Ye Blessed." The closing prayer was given by Mrs. J. L. Cnn- non. During the social hour,; the hostess assisted by Mrs. C. M. Agcc and Miss Clyta Verne Agee served a delicious salad plate to thirty members and guests. I. T. Bell Sr., Miss Maggie Bell and George Ruffin Marshall left' Friday for Texarkana where they will spend the week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Ike T. Bell. Misses Elizabeth White. Miriam I ' Carlton and D.prris Moses left Thursday afternoon for Batcsvillc where they will attend the homecoming ut Arkansas College. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ranch and little son left Thursday afternoon for a week end visit v<ith friends and relatives in Batcsville. The rehearsal for the play, "Oh, 'Professor" will not be held Friday evening on account of the football game, but there will be a rehearsal on Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the city hall. Miss Catherine Cryer, who is directing the play asks that each member of the cast try and be present at the city hall Saturday evening at 7:30. Miss Nell Bennett was hostess to the members of Just a Merc Bridge club and un -extra table of guests on Thursday evening at her home on West front street. Attractively arranged flowers adorned the rooms and bridge was played from three tables. Favors went to Mrs. Frank Russell for the guests and Mrs. Frank Hicks for the club members. At the conclusion of the game, a delicious salad plate was served. The box 'for the Vcra Lloyd Or- phange will not be packed this week, the chairman of the committee urges all who will donate to this box, please bring their offering to the Presbyterian church sometime between Friday and Tuesday. Mrs. D. A. Gean of England will arrive Friday night for a week end visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Hamm, ii' Washington Rt. 1 Hclth in our community Is good at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Timberlake and little daughter. Annie Jo, visited n While Tuesday night with Mr., and Mrs. L. E. Salisbury. Mack Thomas of Patmos speni Thursday and Friday nights of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hembree. Evertt Morton spent the week end with his brother Joe Morton and family of Battlefield. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Atkins and daughter Ruby, f>pent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Baincs. Mrs Atkins ana Mrs. Bain and children called on Mrs. A. P. Clark for a short visit Sunday afternoon. Misses Annie and Haysc Clark spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Gladys Williams. We are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Herman Worthy move back in our comunily. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Evans and little son, John Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Her man Worthy attended church at Jaka jones Sunday night. Misses Dorothy and Norma Clark were supper guests of Ruby Atkins Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Boardcn and daughter, Hila spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Poney Reavos. Ruby Atkins spent Wednesday with her aunt, Mrs. Matlie Hembrce. Battle Field Bro. Bcarden filled his regular appointment here Sunday afternoon. He delivered a fine sermon. Mrs. Alice Keel returned to her home at Brinkley, Ark., Saturday after an extended visit hero with relatives. Miss Nada Crews from Horatio, Ark., spent the week end with her cousin, Mis Marie Reid at this place. Mrs. John Morgan, from near Evening Shade spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at thi? place. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nations and children spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Maggie Sinyard. Miss Marie Reid and Ben McBay visited relatives at Holly Springs Sunday. Mrs. Perry Johnson and little son, Perry, Jr., spent the week end with icr parents at Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cornelius spent Sunday with Edd Turner and fam- . Mr. A. R. Yarbrough. froni Tokio, was the dinner guest of Ben Wilson Monday. Elbert Tarpley and children spent Monday at Spring Hill with Mrs. 'rank Hill. Mrs. Joe Morton and little son Billy Joe. visited the school Spring Hill last Thursday. Mrs. Maggie Atkins spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gernie Atkins. Sheppard We nrc Bind to report that hcalt is just fine nt this writing. Mrs. Clara Stevenson and Miss Bu lah Stevenson of Baltic Field calle to see Raymond Cornelius, Thursday. Miss Luln Mae Simmons is able t be up again. Raymond Cornelius is able to be u again. Halie Byram of near Spring Hi called to see Miss Lula Mne Simmon last Wednesday night. Jess Cornelius and Herbert Ander son of Guernsey came to see Ray mond Cornelius Sunday. J. M. Cornelius of Guernsey spen Saturday night with his son, Walte Cornelius and family. Mrs. Claude McCall and Mrs. Alic Finley called to sec Mrs. Lizzie Sim mons last Tuesday. Waller Cornelius was visiting i Hope Friday. Norman Grant of Guernsey spen Sunday afternoon with Raymond Cor nelius. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cornelius lef Monday morninr» to visit Mrs. Cor Powell of Lost Prairie. He hooled 'Em FORT WORTH, Tex.—It is the quee custom of sophomores at Texas Chris tian University to prevent the presi dent of the freshman class from at tending his class banquet. For year the sophomores had succeeded, bu Patrick Henry, Jr., was too wily fo them. He had an ambulance call a his home. Lying on a stretcher, h was whirled to the banquet. HjdinL sophs saw a stretcher being borne intc the freshman's hall ,but it wasn't un til later that they found they hai been outwitted. Ready For Show DETROIT.—National Aircraft Show of 192 will again bo held in Detroit Date of the show is sot from April 2 to 10 inclusive. Manufacturers from all parts of the country will display their wares at the exhibit. This is the second year the show has been scheduled for Detroit. An Akron. O., man recently was Fined and sentenced for stealing three quarts of whisky in 1917 or before prohibition. The Season's Musical Comedy Sensation FLYING HIGH With a Cast of Broadway Favorites CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD BERT L A H R K A T II R I N E CRAWFORD And 100 Broadway Beauties A Tuneful Big Earful . . . The Show From Old Broadway . . . Gorgeous Gowns .... Infectious Song Hits . . . Beautiful Girls . . Cyclonic Dances . . . Riotous Comedy . . . All Blended Into a a Pot Pouri of Youth, Charm and Beauty. SAENGER SUNDAY AN» MONDAY Wright's Chapel Several from this place are attend ng the meeting at Jakajoncs thii week. Mr. and Mrs. Dainty Wren of Nash ville are visiting their parents thii week. Mr. and Mrs. Bumpers and Mrs losa Holt were visitors of Mr. anc VIrs. Eddie Sutton Sunday afternoon Mrs. Flora Eskew and little daugh er, Virginia Lee, spent Monday with VIrs. Adora Wormington. Bob McCormic made a business trip o Hope Vjdnesday. Miss Versie Jeffers has returned home after an extended visit will her sister of El Dorado. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness and sympathy to us in the recent illness and death ot our darling son and grandson, Glenn Edwards Fears and for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. Lois Fears Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Candle and family. "Washington" at Mount Vernon For White House's Thanksgiving I This gobbler will be gobbled at the White House. Robert E. Stecre of Chapachet, R. I., is shown holding tho prize fowl which he has selected as a Thanksgiving gift to President floovcr. "fleon'p Washington" looks over his estate. Only it's a New York opera s.ar, Clarence Whitehill who portrays the first President in this photo, taken at historic Mount Vernon, Va. Ho ir, enacting the part of "the father of lv:- country" in a picture being filmed in connection with the 200th anni- vi.TS!ir,y of WtiKhiuaton's birth. $2.95 SHOE SALE Ends Saturday Night Bargains galore in fine footwear. $5.00 and $6.00 values Pumps, Ties and Straps. Sizes AAA to C. LADIES SPECIALTY S HO P A Capitol View of Sky Queens Gliding majestically over 'the bell-like dome of the national capitol, the queens of the naval air fleet are shown here as thy passed in rview above Washington. It was the first visit to the captial of the giant dirigible Akron, the lower of the two ships seen in the picture. Tha's the dirigible Los Angeles above, trailing behind the new sky monster which supplanted it*as the country's largest airship. . McNab Bert Chamberlain is visiting relatives at this place. Waymon Cannon and Hugh Moss were Emmet visitors Sunday night. Ezra Singleton and Lynn Norwood were business visitors in Texarkana recently. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bumgarner and family are viisting relatives at Murfreesboro. Mrs. Davis of Shrevepcrt, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millwee. , Mrs. Lydge Burton and Emma Loster were Saratoga vistors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Fagan, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dossey of Murfreesboro, visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Smedley Sunday. Mrs. Wess McNab of Texarkana, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. L. Hudson. H. J. Fagan and Walt Huddleston of Murfreesboro, and S. L. Smedley were Sunday visitors of Mr. Nick Huddleston of Mandeville. Mrs. H. Bumgarner and Mildred Smedley were Fulton visitors Sunday. Wesley and John Millwee, Alfred Wagoner of this place, and Mrs. Davis motored to Hope Sunday. The world's oldest book is said to >e a recently discoverecT tome in China. It consists of seventy-eight ivooden leaves, fixed together with string, and dates back to 100 B. C. Some Squash! Personal Mention Little Dorothy Vinson, five, is the owner of both the smile and the squash shown above. The vegetable arought her first prize at the rerent Utah State Fair in Stalt Lake City. Twenty-two convicts in the South Dakota penitentiary at Sioux Falls enjoy almost complete liberty while working the prison farm. Bargains! Bargains! At Patterson's Grocery Saturday and Monday— Only a few listed 'below. Visit our store and help yourself. Sug ar Pure Cane with Order of $1.00 or more—10 Lbs. 47c Lemons Large Size—California Dozen 15c Lettuce California—Large Firm HeadI—Each 6c Coffee Dining Car or Canova Pound 33c Feaberry, Bulk—8 Lbs. $100 Crackers Krisjy—15c Size Special We PET MILK _.,,,« 3 Tall or Puts the milk your 6 Sma n cans family needs in Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 23c Flour Every Sack Guaranteed. 2<1 Popnd Sack 45c 48 Pound Sack 83c Bac on Independent Sugar Cured English Sliced. In the piece—Pound 1 15c R, L. Patterson's Cash and Carry Grocery Free Pelivery Phone 21 Elder T. A. Mlddlebrooks will preach at New Liberty church next Sunday at 11 o'clock. A large number 6f his friends are expected 1o attend this service. . • : . New Air Mail Line Is Inaugurated Colonel Chas. Lindbergh Is First to Take Of f on New Route MIAMI, Fla. — (ff) — Carrying passengers arid mail over, the new Car- rlgean route to the Christobal canal zone, Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh, took off at 11.13 eastern standard time in a giant Pan- American amphibian, "The American Clipper."This new route is expected to reduce the flying time to' a day instead of two days. Sardis The farmers of this community are all through gathering, their crops, and are wondering, what they will do for winter work. Mrs. Vida Prather of Hope, visited home folks of this place Sunday night. Mrs. Mary Jones and little son of Fatmos, spent Tuesday ' ngiht with Mrs. Lona Rider. Mr. and Mrs. Sevier Mayton attended singing at Hinton Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson were shopping- in Hope Saturday. R. M. Rogers and little son, Robert Charles, went to Patmos Monday afternoon. : , Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Earl Upchurch this week:a little son. Mther and baby are getting along nicely. Mr. Cleave Mayton made a business tri pt Hopa eStubdr trip to Hope Saturday. Pair Fly* going In tot aviation iff"! Latest flgufes froftl th* show that six per cent licensed aircraft pilot* in.£ ain are women. A BAD Fl Tint HoMi Yra THE bowels are one ture'8 chief safety talf throwing out ImpUfi Keep them in a healthj tlve condition, with movement each day. Draught will go farj cleansing the system will help you to avoid" effects of self-poisoning J CONSTIPATIOI "If I let myself get pa ted," says Mr. A. B/fif non, 803 Oakland Ave.,i My, B.C., "I find soon t my head Is dull and aetf A few doses of Black-brat will make me feel like- I know when one lets self go, the system gets eUj ged, and he gets tired 6 sluggish. That was my I ble till I learned of Bl Draught and have Results have been spier Insist on Tbedford's BLACK-DRAUGI LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED Where Your Cents Buy $ Values (Limit 10 Pounds) 10 Lb. Cloth Bag Nice California Orang es 2 Dozen Fresh Green Cabbage Pound 4 <N . 22 d Kellogs Corn Cornflakes (A Real Value) 4 Packages 25 50-60 Size New Crop Prunes 2pounds I5c Del Monte's Diced No. 2 can Pineapple Can I4c Matches Box 2c Snowdrift 3Ib. can 45c 6 Ib. can 85c White Eagle Soap (Limit 10 Bars) 10 BARS I9c Salt 25 Lb. Sack 25c Lard (Limit 1 Bucket) 8 Found Bucket 63c Special Sale on Vermont Maid Syrup—Come In* Meat Market Savings HAMS Decker's Korn Kist—Whole or Half, Ib. 15c Slab Bacon Independent English—Found 15c Sliced Bacon Independent English—Found 18c Pork Chops or Steak—Ib 166 CHEESE— Full NECK BONES Oft* 3 pound* ........... ***• Rath's Black Hawk Bacon » .**»S9ci

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