Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 25, 1931 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 25, 1931
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Mw. Std tftnry Telephone 821 Per the gtft of lite Irt thW world, , ' For its hltfc'cost hnd IIS mystery, for the sure laws of h*rtlth, making joy» For power Brtd'lriteiHgSftee, awake to see and to know, We bring'heartr full of -gladness. For the changing • seasons and thefr contrasts, For the gleam of the grain fields* And the splendo* of winter days, For the wormth and light of oiir firesides, We are glad and thankful. For all true friends here with US 6t absent; Thegenerous; the loyal, the brave, and sincere; For the.bond of devotion, making us one, For broadening peace,' and goor will through the world, Our hearts beat in thankfulness. —Selected. There will be a Union Thanksgiving service held at 7:30 O'clock, Wednesday evening at the First • Baptist church, The-sermon will be preached by Dr. W. P. Whitsell, Rector of Christ church, Little Rock. Miss Hnmmltt' of Memphis, n teacher in the-Nashvllle schools, is the week end guest of Miss Elizabeth Reeves of this city. Mrs. John P. 1 Vesey, who has spent the past three months visiting with relatives in Paragould and San Antonio, Texas, arrived home Wednesday night. y Miss Thelma Mitchell of Foreman will spend Thanksgiving visiting with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Honeycutt and other relatives. J. L. Goodbar will spend Thanksgiving visiting with friends in Shreveport and Monroe, La. Mrs. A. K, Holloway spent Tuesday visiting with friends in Shreveport. Mr! and Mrs. E. P. Stewart wll have'OS. Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stewart and baby of Nashville. Mrs. Tully Henry spent Tuesday visiting with friends nnd relatives In Saratoga. , Miss Claudia Coop of Texarkana will spend Thanksgiving visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Coop. Miss Hattie Anne Field will spend Thanksgiving visiting with Miss Bertha Turner McRoe in Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia. Miss Annn Norton has returned from San Antonio, Texas, where she attended a Southern Ice ^Sc Utilities convention. Miss Merle Vick of the Senlon-Jun- ior High School will spend Thanksgiving visiting with home folks n Arkadelphia. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Montgomery were overnight guests of Mrs. M. A. Holt, en route to their home in Portland from a visit with their son, James in Texarkana. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. O'Neal had as Tuesday guest, Mrs. Robert White and children of Chicago, 111. Miss Martha Alexandria of Stuttgart will spend Thanksgiving visiting with her sister, Mrs. H. 0. Kyler and Mr. Kyler. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. O'Neal will have as Thanksgiving^ guests, Mr. E. q. Hackler of Chicago. , Dr. F. A, Buddin, former pastor of the First Methodist church, now of Texarkana, visited among friends in this city on Tifesday. '•• Mr,, and Mrk.t J. P. BreWeVj JKf of LhtU'Rbek will spend Thanksgiving Visiting, : Wtth< Mrs. Brewer's patent*', Judge- and Mrt». L. F. Higgason. . Mr. and Mrs. A. F. W6ndling and iotv, Junior, of Shreveport wer« guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. P6rl5r* field/ Billy Bob' Herndon will spend Thanksgiving visiting with friends in Magnolia. Misses Mary and Ella Rochelle of Carlyle are guests of their sister, MrB. Roy Jones and Mr. Jones. Miss Frances Patterson has recently been elected president of the Philo Literary society in Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, and will direct the annual play of the Phllosv Mr. and Mrs. John Green and Miss Evelyn Green of Little Rock, will arrive Thursday evening' to spend' the week end visiting with Mrs. Alice McMath and other relatives. Mrs. J. C. Carllon will present a number of her pupils in u piano and voice recital Thursday evening at o'clock at her home on East Third street. Sweet Home Items The regular Lord's day'and Sunday school services at this place enjoyed the regular attendance even if the weather was threatening. The young peoples meeting was fine. BrO. Erwnl Yarberry was active leader, Al,.Thompson on family of Blevins, J. A. Husky and wife and daughter, Marie, had a nice visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Husky and family, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W.' L. McDougald accompanied by some of the younger people attended 11 o'clock services at Pleasant Hill Sunday. Ben Garner of Blevins was in the community Monday, looking for a location. S t o p; Night Coughing Night coughing is almost always caused by an irritated, inflamed throat; so is almost all coughing. Ordinary cough syrups do not reach these conditions,-but Thoxine, a prescription' exclusively for throat troubles, does. It relieves the irritation and the cough stops within 15 minutes. And-Thoxine goes further too It eliminates the internal cause which many; times develops into • serious illness.^" . A swalk>w of Thoxine'before retiring abSolutely'^prevents?niiht'coughiri| anof insures -a't good 'night's sleep. It gives the:same speedy relief for sore throat too. It contains no • chloroform or other harmless drugs' and children like it. Relief is guaranteed wihtin'l! minutes or money,back.-. 35c, 60c ant $1.00 bottles. Sold by John P. Cox Drug .Co. Adv EDMUND LOWE Who thrilled you in 'THE SPIDER' returns to give you even a greater thrill in ' Transatlantic —With— LOIS MORAN MYBNA LOY GRETA NISSEN SAEN6ER LAST TIMES WEDNESDAY 'ARKER'S HAW BALSAM 'Impart* Color and Beauty v toGr.y and Fad.d Hair fcc. and li.'co «t Druggiill. "~ HiV.rChcm. Wti. in Duyinq... you save in usinq BAKING POWDER 40 YEARS 15 ouncesifor O* POUNDSUflDBY OOVtHMMtNT Thanksgiving SPECIAL sss LAUGHS BY THE CARLOAD! And the ten-, derst love story since j; "•/HI Heaven" SAEN6ER THUBSDAY-FBIDAY sss HER CINDERELLA MAN IN BLONDE BONDAGE! Plain Mr. Smith (of the phone book Smiths), wooed by wealthy Ann Schuyler (of the blue book Schuylers)—led bewitched and bedaizled into her gilded cage. Here's the prize picture of 1931 > —the comedy sensation of the year! Sparkling . .exciting . . . 'witty . . . gay! "PLATINUM" BLONDE" —With- JEAN HARLOW The dazzling risen of "Hell's Angels"! LORETTA YOUNG ROBERT WILLIAMS Winning stardom over night with what critics will say the best performance of the year! ft tierfd to do to worthy'.<kU6& the 11 :16 a «.» ,• >•* Entire proceeds to bfc<turned over to trie United Charities Fund here in Hope, The thaetre and the<entire staff. KIWii -- It''!' _jrS"*.tV Hundreds of Your Neiglbbrs Are in Need . • • • THE STARVATION is a dramatic word, unreal, to you. Yet around the corner live some folks to whom starvation has become a household word, very real, very bitter. They have learned to pull their belts a little tighter and geUlong without three "squares" a day. 1- w Kir Then right down your street there is another home in which the father, a fine strapping fellow with plenty of ability and ambition, has been out of a job ' all' tile Lillic. i-iut oa»^ wi*»» ., a — -— ~ 7 has to take care of the children. The children still like to play and get into mischief, even though they are pale and undernourished and only half-clothed. .' 1. , i i .Ll*—...»*«.*•.*•» J -v1y4rt/-\lll"V la AlMl t~\ Almost next door i< huddle close togeth cause they are afraid. The Federal Government, through President' er's Emergency Committee for Employment,.has initiated "the most comprehensive mobilization of social welfare and fund-raising resources that has been attempted for any purpose since the war." Each community is to co-operate in this great concerted movement by meeting its own demand for relief. This plan emphasizes the principle of "local responsibility for local needs." ?»%w t«$ THE SHOW: "DANGEROUS AFFAIRS Featuring Jack-Holt and Ralph Graves Starts promptly at 11:15 p. m. tonight! Attend this midnight show on this Thanksgiving Eve! These Hope business insti tutions ask you to support this benefit show: CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TAYLOR'S CAFE THEO. P. WITT SHOE SHOP HOPE FURNITURE CO. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. WELTMAN MILLINERY CO. HOP.E STAR GORHAM & GOSNELL GEO. W. ROBISON & CO. The Leading Dept. Store Hope—Prescott—Nashville PATTERSON'S DEPT. STORE CHECKERED CAFE NEW CAPITAL HOTEL SAENGER THEATRE

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