Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 28, 1931 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 28, 1931
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lit thing sometimes to be >¥!* a e i alone, ?!SitcAtmly ddWit, search ev«r_J seeret place, Prtyerfully uproot the banfltol seeds there sdwn, tj'plt.ek out the weeds ore the fuJf .1 crop Is grown, > Oird up the loins afresh td run th* race, Fofcter all noble thoughts, cast out the base, Tirust forth the bad, and make* the . ..good thine own. Vlio has this courage thus to look <wlthin, :«fcp faithful watch and word with -inner eyes; iT The tot may harate, but can nev«r surprise, over him Ignoble conquest win. Ohydoiibt it Hflt, if thfcu woutdst wedf p. v thacfown, , Self^ltesaf self, must first be trampled T jddwa-HEtolMUd, f .i. ~ '•*«•» *— 'Tho tadieg Auxiliary of St. Marks •1 EWscdpal Church will meet Monday 2l' ern ?f tt 3 o'clock at the home of Mtt. ft M. FlHley on South film f • —^_ A* 1 Miss Martha Elizabeth Anderson and fliss Paulino Harris of Texarkana »l*lted with friends in the city on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. Velvin and Daughter, Norma, of Valliant, Okla, have spent the past few days vlsll- . wig with Mr. and Mrs. George Rob- Isdn and other relatives. f Miss Nancy White entertained most delightfully at a dance on Friday > ^vening at her home on South Main Street. About ten couples of the jfounger set enjoyed datlWng throughout the evening. J J. ( L. Goodbar has returned from a Business trip in Shreveport and Mont oe, La. A J Miss Pansy Wimberly spent Thanks- jiving visiting yith Miss Mary Leonard in Henderson State Teachers Col: lege, ArkadelpHia. • • ' !Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Presley and little daughter, Marietta were Thanksgiving guests of friends and relatives in Little Rock. ^ Mr. and I$rs. ; J, D. Henderson and Miss Wyble Wimberly were among the Hope fans seeing the Thanksgiving game between Ouachita and Henderson State Teachers College. Miss Ida Mae Cannon of Murfrees* boro public chool faculty is the week end guest of her mother, Mrs. Arch I Cannon. Telephone 821 Glamor Mr. and Mrs. Billy Duckett enter lalned at a beautifully appointed din ner on Thursday at their home on f East Third street. Covers were laid THE SEASON'S GAYEST MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA CHICAGO FOLLIES (In Person) —SAENGER— COMING! SAENGER—Saturday DOUBLE PROGKAM B I L L C O D * —In- A Thrilling Talking Western "DUGAN OF THE BAP LANDS" "SHANGHAID LOVE" N -With- NOAH' BEERY SALLY BLAIN JMCHARD CROMWELL BARGAIN DAY Again—Two feature pictures the Price of Onel for »nd Quaint old Monterey Mission wa founded in 1770 when the Spanish de dtswvered Monterey Bay, California In the years to come "it was to rise to a pinnacle of importance among th< Franciscian missions o| California, only to be succeeded by another mission, and then, in turn, to succeed that one. , And in later years it was to be the wedding place of Herbert Hoover and Lou Henry. Monsignor Ramon MeS- trei, their friend, who was-pastor'of the church for years, marred them there. Father Junlpero Serra, the zealous Spanish Franciscan frlir who foUftded the,churches on California's'famous Mission Trail, established Monterey Mission June 3, 1770. He named it Mission San Carlos de Bcrrome'o. Some time later the. good father decided this was not the best place for his mission. He chose t instead a site seven miles distant on the Carmal river. There ;was built Mission San Carlos de'Borromeo del Carmelo.. And Carmel Mission Was established as the home mission. San Carlos de Borremoe became-the parish chapel. Years passed, 'fai 1834" the •missions were secularzied. Their goods were disposed of, and Carmel Mission started falling into ruins. Gradually, the paintings, vestments relics ,flnd records of Carmel Mission were transferred to Monterey ' Mission. :, Monterey Mission—the second mission built in California—Is Still the of-; flcial church of Monterey.: It'is:.per- haps the best preserved' of all the old missions. It is built of white stone, cruciform, With a nave 120 by 30 feet. . Its facade is elaborately decorated in 18th century Spanish style. Whale vertebrae form the paving in the approach to the church. The Mdnterey Mission—as-It usually is called to - distinguish it from the Carmel Mission—Is. visited, by thoU' >ands of persons yearly, clue to' its listoric significance, t and because its relics not only include the .original •ecdrds of Father SerTa but portions of the oak tree under 'which mass was celebrated when Viscalne vftited Mon. erey in 1602. . ^m^ '* '"Coving Sdme at th'fft writing. the program And pie Supper at this ttWCfe last Friday night wa* well at* iethwd. All reported a gdod tlffle and lott Of fun. The money is going far basketballs. W« wifch f.6 have Sonte ffeAl games in the near future, "Jim Owens Is back at home, after spending several weeks at Bradley. Tlllman Huett spent Friday night With Travis Simmons of this com miihity. t-Wlfna Foster spent one night last week witlf Lucille Hanilltdn. Ml8s Lillian Quells isjMnt Thursday night with Finnie ahd Iline Rogers. Miss Mufline Rogers called on Miss Iwflfle Raft Friday evening. We are sorry to report that Mr. ahd Mrs; Fred Farmby has moved to Clarendon, Ark. . • Mr.'And Mrs. fiwight Odom spent last week end with* his brother and family of Grange Hall, Mr. and Mrs. weal Odom. . ; Bill Elledge of > Pittsburgh, Texas, Visited .Mr. and Mrs, John' T. Smith Sfrfurdi-y night and Sunday, Fihicfe Odom of'Spring ttill has returned to his home 6fter spending a fisW days last week with' H. 0. Odom. Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Miller were shopping in Hope ladt. Monday. : George Ellidge and John T. Smith were Hope visitors Saturday, ' ., Spferice Cox was visiting In this com- ttiurilty Sunday morning, ,'-." Theo MiddlebfOoka of Bradley, Ark, spent the last part of the week With hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mlddlebroqks of this community. S. R:-Hamilton was shopping in Hope One day last week. ; T. 3. Drake of'Hooe was in this com- ,munity 6H dal lastlveek, ' ; Iiillier Martin of near Waldo, called <m Mrrahd ,Mrs,' ifohn T..-Smith Monday evenirig. i iWS^^ft *^^ ^^ ™^~ ^ Jj*l ™^ In Robber Son Idol of —__.-_ —lifloay IdCill : set« ph6t6l)lay tHlt Has a its (wtt and th*t iW^es \ti its - vemfih as a sMdrt sSga dfcttoli, „, It tfffngs to««tH«f the pto and the Vt&fctlli the Mars df todfty'dnd a sta't of ywttrday. ":> t-rtiH from their (Humph tft /'lad GJfV' Jtmt Dunn and Slll^f fe fljlfpeflf ifl tlie fOTtidfttiC IC-lfliJT WTOW Ift the beloved fol« of "Ma"':Sh«lby Iji.fl player whose fame goes nit the way b^ok to "The Birth 0! A MAtioti." She is Mas Marsh, who at tffe jjersuftsloh of Mf, < WiiUield ;She*h«h,j Fox v vlcfe President- and General • ManagW id chtifife of production, uiftdertdok the aSsignmerit of shepherding' of a flficfk of elrt«m& Children after yMM iptht' iri raislrig her own small brood. J. J. Scott of Spring Hill were vis- itltig in this Community Monday afternoon.- -Grandpa Smith in spending n few weeks with his son, John T. Smith and family of this cdmmunity. Bro. Bearden of Spring Hill preached a firte,sermon Sunday night to a large congregation, which was enjoy* ed by all. It was his farewell sermon. Fred Camp called on Miss Avis Woodal of Oak Grove Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L.' Henderson and children were visiting, near bodcaw last week- Saying she would'rather have->her son a convict than . a robber, Mrs. Orlena Johnson, shown above with her son, George, startled 'Kansas City, police wheft.she brought'.Him fo" headquarters-end said- he.had confessed a robbery to her. George, who! is ,20, said he hfid robbed, a hian of $4 ; with which to buy something tot his Wife, an expectant mother,'••to: eat.-- He-was given a five-year sentence ;but -expects a parole after serving: a- short part of the term. " ; not stitt Mr . But* if wir «wt t ' M , W^g^jat-fti*. tupfwft ^lUU* AHjV WlAfi' ItiWn 8IKI mas' -tlrkwood, Ct«lrt CtHMAl-mmm lam and Joan Peers, by Henry with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs H. L. fiutton of Jaqa Jones last week Borrt to Mr, ahd MM.McPhertdn November 21, a son. Mr,,and Mrs. Taylor of Dallas, fix were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lewi Suttoh Sunday and Monday. Mr. arid Mrs. Luther Spears w«rt visitors in Washington -Saturday. DeWey Worthy attended the all day celebration at Sieving Friday. ' McNab end. Lee England, Miss Blanche Ross, Fred Camp ahd Miss Avis Woodall attended singing at this place Sunday night.' f V •;,-.,, Parnelljj Adams of "Hope, spent the week'end with his parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adams of this community. MissiVlrnell Cox spent Sunday with Luetta Henderkm. • Miss«1ilto l le Thomas,. Mrs, Velma Caggles and little daughter, Rosa Lee, ahd '• Tom'mie • R. Gibson were Hope Visitors Saturday'afternoon. ' George arid Tommie Gibsbn rtiotored td .Clarehdon, Ark., Ifist Wednesday. Mtts Murell Camp spent Suriday With Glyrin and Edith Catching the Christmas holiday season, this glamorous silver, and white chiffon dress is an exponent of the latent .fashion fancy,.-the oyer- blousc; evening frocl?; "The, sklft ! 'js full and pleated all around. . for Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey McRae, Benford McRae, Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Whltehurst, Miss Cornelia WhltehUrst, Arthur Whiteh.urst, Jr., and Williad Duckett 3d. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.' Whitehurst, Miss Cornelia Whitehurst and Arthur, Jr., eft Friday for Little Rock where they Will Join Miss ^oraine Whitehurst of iazen, for a week end vist. Miss Frances Cowling of Texarkana Was the overnight guest of Mr. and ifrs. flllly Duckett. Miss Hattle Anh Feild has returned rom a visit with Miss Bertha Turner ilcRae in Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shelton and son, Silly of Nashville were over-night •uests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campell. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Porterfield, Mr. nd Mrs. Thos Kinser, Miss Margaret HES FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W..R. Anderson, D.D., Minister 9:45 a. m. Our Sunday School meets in departments for the study of the lessoh. We have a place for you in the School. Come and study the Wore of God With us. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship and sremon. Rev, S. H. Chester of Montreat, S. C., will preach the sermon. AU mmebers of the congregation are urged to be present and''visitors are cordially invited. 7:30 p. m, Evening worship and sermon. Subject, "The Type of Religion Needed." 6:45 p. m.. Meeting of the Young People's' Society. The last of the studHes on Foreigjn Mjis^iona. Misa Mamie Twitchell will give the lesson. 7:30 p. meeting. m. Wednesday. Prayer TOWERING ABOVE THE YEAR'S GREAT HITS! "OVER THE HILLL" What Is Over the Hill? A Story brimming with love of home and family, of mothers, and of sweethoars. Pathos digging deep in the heart blended with boisterous, rollicking, cotyecfy and hard-fisted drama. A cast of plain, ev0ry-day people who wrap up your lives in theirs. Jamest Dunn and Sally Eilers, sweethearts of "Bad Girl " who will appeal to the young folks. Mae Marsh in a triumphant return as a mother who will melt 120,000,000 American hearts. Infused with life and vitality by Henry King's masterful direction. A Iheme that appeals to every age, race, creed , , , because it deals with emotions felt by every human lioarl ... -i COMING TO THE SAEN6ER SUNDAY AND MONDAY Reduced PricM for SuntUy and Mondny New Sunday and Monday Prices-Effective Sunday November 29. SUNDAY MONDAY Lower Floor 40c Balcony 25c Matinee 10c-25c-35c Children 10c • Night ..7 10c-25c-40c FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W. A. Bowcn, Pastor We had a splendid increase in Sunday school attendance last Sunday. We can make even better Sunday. Come right on with the same detdrm-' ination we go to our daily work. The pastor will speak at 11 a. m. on "Steadfastness and Growth," and at Kinser and Junior Kinser and Mrs. Jack Bush visited with .friends in Texarkana or\,Friday. Ruffin Boyett of Little Rock Is the week end guest of his parents, Capt and Mrs, R. A. Boyett, Mrs. O. A. Graves and Miss Bery Henry spent Friday visiting with friends in Texarkana. Miss Mary Butler, who-has been the guest of Mrs. M. M. McCloughan foi the past two waeks has returned to her home in Texarkana. Mrs. M. M. McCloughan and little son are spending the week end visiting with Mrs. M5Cloughan's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler in Texar- I kailQ. One of the prettiest parties of the season was given on Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wardlow at their home on South Main street honoring Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clark of Dallas, Texas, house guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Coop. A profusion of vari-hued chrysanthemums were used in decorating the card rooms and bridge was played from six tables. High score favors Went to Mrs. V. A. Keith and Mr. H. C. Whitmorth. The honorees received a beautiful remembrance gift. A delicious salad plate was served at the conclusion of the game. Out of town guests other thai.; the honorees were Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Keith, Miss Claudia Coop and Mr. Ebb Johnson of Texarkana. Miss Maggie Ball and Ike T. Bell Sr., will have as week end gue$ts, Mrs. Fred Marshall, Miss Mary Bell Marshall, Margaret Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Ike T. Bell of Texarkana. 7i30 p.' m. on the general theme we have been following for several Sunday evenings,, "What Has Christ to Offer* the .Youth of Today?" This subject has drawn the largest evening attendance" we ; have had -isfrtW we have'been, in Kope. Our B. Y. P. U. attendance continues to grdw. They are doing fine wdrk. Their service begins at 6:45; FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH C. F. Erwin, S. S. Supt. Our Bible vSchool meets at 9:45. Be on time. We will have a surprise for you. We will have Communion Service at the close of the Bible School hour. Let's all stay for this part of the service. . Mrs. John T. Smith and two daughters Lilly-and Mary Louise, called on Mrs. L. L: Middlebrooks of Pat'nios Monday; afternoon. Georges Elledge. was shopping in Hope'. Mgnday. Ben HoUis.was;y^tingfft this, com- njunity.Monday. ' ' '".'.' ;• drover.-, Huett spent Sunday afternoon with J. D. Smith. Miss Marie Thomas sp"ent Saturday night with her cousin Mrs, Vejma Caggles. Eric Hollis called on Lesly Camp Sunday. Our teacher, Elmer May, spent the week• end -.with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob May of Bodcaw. ' friends : and relatives at'Battlefield. Dr. C.'P.V Zimmerly.i and' children and Mr/and Mrs.'F. ! C. 55immeriy motored to" Fulton Sunday flfternoort. Mr7 and Mi's. 1 W- Jones and daughter, Freda Mae, and Sue Ellen of Hope, were the supper guests "of Mr. and ; Mrs. C/J/Oglesby. '' Prayer meeting .Was well attended Sunday. There will be prayer meeting here, every Silnday night. ; . Mr. and Mrs, John Sparks and children of Bough Ion and Mr. and Mrs. Lee 'Ellis of ; Prescott spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Murry. We are sorry to khoW that Mr. ahd Mrs. Fletcher Easterling h?ve moved- from pur Community. ' Mr. and Mrs. Keith find family have moved in the hou& that Mr. and Mrs. Easterling moved out of. • Kate Norwood of Washington 1 spen Sunday with Mrs. Calie 1 Norwood/ '' Luther Sarfts suffered a broken arm. * .Mrs. B. Hoss of Hugo, Akla,, was : week end guest of Mrs. Chafli Knighton. Newt Carttoa of Kansas City Is vis iting friends of this plAcd, The p*rty given at Mrs, C!. kiUghton was well attended and enjoyed by all Jod Erwin of Oakland • spent th week end with Floyd Halley, " Mrs. Hatfield of Hope is visiting her mother, Mrs, S. I, Smedley. G. D. Weaver and Marten Clayton of Fultdn attended the party at Mrs Knighten'S Friday night, Mrs. ft, Spates And Mrs, Dan Jones and daughter, Helen, were guests of Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Howard Camp of FOi-emarti Laneburg People of this .. .gathering community are their crops of THE CHURCH OF CHRIST John G. Reese, Minister Bible study Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:16 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday even- ng at 7:30. The ladies Bible class will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, o • • FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J. L. Cannon, Pastor Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11:0 a. m. Board of Stewards meets at 2 p. m. Melrose Health ; is not so good at present. James Jairell and Fletcher Zimmerly are on the sick list, Grandma Zimmerly are on the sick list, Grandma Field and Mr. Gaines are no better. Mrs. Clyde Sutt'on and little daughter of Ashdown are'visiting her mother, Mrs. S. N. Murry. Miss Irma Lee Oreer is visiting Epworth League meets at 6:45 p. m, The evening service will be given to song, fellowship, and the hearing of reports from all the different groups of the congregation. Let these reports cover the period 1 from December 1 1930, to December 1, 1931. THIS CURIOUS WORLD Which all "are very proUd and 1 guess everyone is ready; to set by. the fire and watch it rain. »• The ball games played Wednesday at this place were fine and also the carnival. Everyone reported a nice time ahd plenty of supper of which was served by the Home Economic girls. School is progressing nicely. We have the best faculty (we thing) in Nevada county. Miss Nora Hazzard is visiting relai- tives in Prescott this .week. I guess everyone had a nice Thanksgiving, with plenty of turkey and chicken to eat and also plenty of rain. Wright's'Chapel We have been having plenty of rain in this community for the past week, ;Mr. and Mrs. John Shapley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sutton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Smith attended church at Jaka Jones Friday nlghtl Misses Lorene and Annie Ruth Worthey were dinner guests of Misses Versie and Delia Jeffers Sunday. Mildred Morton spent several days Grid Receipts To Buy Shoes HOUSTON, Tesias.— {#)— Proceeds of a charity football g4«le between amateur teams here Went toward purchase of shoes for needy children, so they might remain in school. Stolen Checks All checks cashed by us or in payment for goods Thursday, FHday anil Saturday, November 'If, 2* and 21st, were s.ofen In'the sUe robbery occurring! lit oitt atotft November 21st, *nd *e will very much appreclnte it any one tot whom we cashed a chick or c>i- chfenged goods therefor will c»ll atound to out place of biulness and tell us the amount of check. Your co-operation in this will be appreciated. Landes Supply Co. By L. W. Clements, Mgr. _.._. OF CREDltOMS In Tlw.DJrtrict COUM * lh the matter of Fa^« Af) Hope in the.-Joithtyiof J ... State and DlMrlbi afotesaid>'«l ' * Tath*dr*ditofs6fth«flta NoV 27, l»3l the abovT Wa* duty adjudicated'a I that the finrt meeting at the will be held at my off ice in : of fexarkana on the Ote ' o cl(NiK iti tnfi loi'ditfOnj I the said creditors n)sy, their claims, sppdnt u t ,,„ ine the/banKrUpt and tr«n«Ctf other business as m,iy properly]* >fdfe Mid meeting. Bankruft's culm tot i be investigated at the SSffl* tit! place. Texarkana,, Ark. - G. Referee in Bankrupt DIXIELAND'S ' FUNSTEttS ^ . CHICAGO FOLLIES) (In Person) , "* 'SAENGER (g O M 1 NG! . JUST One of the n »gcuj»,. life "Is a first-class mind in a third-class envi went." ,. * Another i's the I6si your credit standifli the COtnmunity ifl Whi<p% you reside. Credit Bureau Sensational Discovery, 666 Salve A Doctor's Prescription for Treating- Cold* externally Everybody Using It-*T«U<rig Theli Frl«ttd» $5,000 Ca»h Prizei For Beit Aniwert • :* • ' "Why IfbU Prefer 6M Salve for cJI*" ,\, t ,. ,„ ,„, The Answer Is Easy After You HaVe Trted It M '..•; Ask Your Druggist 1, ;' First Prize $500.00; Next ten Prizes »100.00 each; Next Twenty Prizes $50.1X1" ^ each; Next forty Prizes $25.00 each; Next one hundred Prizes $10.00 each; Next' ', one.hundred Prizes $5.00 each. In case of a tie identical Frizes Will be award- ' , ed. Rules: Write on one side of paper only. Let your letter Contain ntf-v more than fifty words. Tear off T^op of 666.Salve Carton and mall with letter to 666 Salve Contest, Jacksonville, Florida. ^11 letters must in by midnight, January 31, 1932. Your Drugglsl will have list of winners by February 15th. 666 Liquid or Tablet* with 666 Salve Make, a Complete Internal and External Treatment. Adv. "—AND THE DISH BAN A WAY WITH THE! SPOON" Now-a-days that story would] seem, pretty thin. Spoons don't disappear that way, To guard against "dishes"] running away with spoons a burglary insurance policy is the thing. This agency writes sound insurance with sound companies, Roy Anderson & Co. Phone 810 Hope, Arkansas Don't Become a ir Weather Christian" How much good to a man is religion which e** ists only when skies are blue and the sun is shin* ing? None at all, Your church deserves your support and you need its inspiration every day of the year, be the weather good or bad. Don't let cold weather or raindrops deprive you of the great good that comes from regular church attendance. QO TO CHURCH SUNPAY Courtesy Nel«on-Huckin« Uundry

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