Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1931 · Page 3
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NEWS >*; fyiw&a ^Ah • A*. W* -it*.*t»-ij^ALsKflu- AjiJ TiATiiV t]Tjn!v3u III u/Yiui rivciCJoi rU Mrs. Sid Henry Telephone 821 The leaves arc falling from {lowers and tree; They are saying to you 'and saying to fiie "We have done bur work on mount • and lea," Hast thou done thine We have drained the nectnr from sun and air; We have given shade with theo limbs now bare; ' Wo have painted the hills with pig- inents rare, From Hand Divine." And what hast thou done, 0 human soul, '••... Thy heart that grieves? And when 'thy years to a close nrc brought, Thy Maker will ask if thou hast wrought As much for the world in hope nnd thought As the falling leaves.—Selected. Little Miss Nancy iVoodford, who has been the guest of her grandmolh- orY Mrs. W. I. Purkins (or Ihe past two weeks has returned to her home in Little Rock, The Pat Cleburn Chapter of the United Daughtersj4f Ihc Confederacy will hold thei' 1 TJfcember meeting- at "•V.^orna ,«.i */•> Edgar Briant of Fri- mW Tracle^; 2 . 30 0 ;.\ oc ^ A splcn- •Fractically «, rogram is being pro- are receivuS|£ , they will f.-. 0 , ^"Jxest pril;. j( ri| ij as ,-eiurned from a shorl vlsil wilh relatives in Texarkana. Circle No. 3 of the Womans Missionary Society of. tho. First Methodist church held their December meeting at the home of Mrs. R. B. Stanford on South Elm street, with Mrs. A. K. Holloway and Mrs. J. S. Cargile as associalc hostesses. Mrs. George Ware, Circle leader was in charge of Ihe business period. A very inspiring devotional was given by Mrs. Edwin Ward, using as he theme "The Christ Child." Mrs. D. L. Bush led the Christmas program, assisted by Mrs. Bessie D. Green, Mrs. Leon Bundy and Mrs. Dewey Hendricks, closing with a reading by Miss Sue Ellen Jones. During the social hour, a delicious salad plate was served. Tho Direclor, Mrs. R. A. Boyeli urges all those taking part in the rendition of "The Messiah" al the Methodist church December 13 to be present at the final rehearsals Thursday and Friday nights, December 10 and 11, beginning al 7 o'clock. Circle No. 1 of Ihe Womans Missionary Sociely of Ihe First Mclhodisl church held Iheir regular monlhly meeting at the home of Mrs. O. A Graves on North Washington street. In the absence of the leader, Mrs. R. M. Briant, Mrs. J. M. Houston conducted the business period. Mrs. J. L. Cannon gave a most helpful devotional, using as her .subject, "Peace," which was further slressed in the program, with Mrs. C. B. Presley reading a paper on "Has the .League of Nations Been a Failure." • Mrs, J. W Anderson used as her subject, "Courage," followed by Mrs. J. M. Hous- lon who read a paper on India's Holy Man. "The program closed with a piano solo by Mrs. Chas. Wilkin. During the business period, Mrs. Nora Carrigan announced lhal a box would be packed and sent to the Co- operalivc Home in Houston. During the social hour a most tempting plale lunch was served to 18 members. "Back lo School" was celebrated on Tuesday evening al Ihe Brookwood school when each parent went through the regular routine of the children during a day in school, Afler 7:30 all "pupils" were counted tardy. During Ihe auditorium hour, Mrs. Ralph Rou- lon rendered a piano solo, giving a Girt Guide! BETTER FURNITURE Tor Christmas Give FURNITURE HOPE FURNITURE CO. Cliristmns Sale history of the music, nnd Mis* Elise Reed gave the piny "Green Pastures." The school session was honored by lh) presence of the City Superintendent, Miss Beryl Henry. Ten minute class periods were held, thereby taxing the knowledge of those "pupils" in the higher grades, which brought about much merriment, to llio cost of their deportment reports. During the lunch hour adjournment was made to the auditorium, where the milk bottle nnd sandwich held sway, H( which time the "Father pupils" spccilized. Seventy-one "pupils" enrolled, with Miss Doris Moses room having the largest representation. These 'Back to School' 1 evenings will be held at (he different schools nl early doles, nnd if there is n parent that doubts n pleasant as well as nn unusual evening, let him nsk u Brookwood "Parent Pupil". Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nolan spent Tuesday visiting with friends in Shreveport. Kenneth McRae, Jr., was a Tuesday business in Stamps. Tiilbot Feild, Jr., of the University of the South, Sunnco( Tenn., will arrive Sunday to spend the Christmas holidays visiting with home folks. A delightful Christmas parly was enjoyed by the members of the Al- thean class of the First Baptist Sunday school, Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ed Morgan with Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. Lee Womack, Mrs. E. S. Franklin, Mrs. C. C. Colline, presided over a short business session Games and contests were enjoyed until a late hour when Santa Glaus arrived to distribute gifts to the guests from a brilliantly lighted Christmas tree. The class members presented the teacher Mrs. W. A. Bowen with a beautiful lamp ns a token of Iheir love and appreciation for Ihe wonderful work she is doing. Al a lale hour the hn»t**fl assisted by MlsM8 , gle, Jtlllfi arid Anne Maher, Mr*, du» Hflynes and Mrs, Hanncgan served ft tempting salad course. Mrs, Carter Johnson was hostess oft Tuesday afternoon to the members' 6f the Tuesday bridge club at her home on East Second street, where two tables were n ranged for the game. Prizes went to Mrs. Terrell Cornelius and Mrs. Tully Henry. After a series of pleasant games, a delicious salad plate was served. Mrs. Oliver Williams most Williams entertained most delightfully at bridge on Tuesday afternoon at her home on North Washington street. Christmas- greens and chrysanthemums were used In decorating the rooms, which were arranged for four tables, with the bridge accessories still further observing tho Christmas motif. Prizes went to Mrs. Alfred Branan, Mrs. D. Hamilton and Mrs. W. W. Compton. Following the 1 game, the hostess served a most tempting salad course with coffee. The John Cain Chapter of D. A. R. held a most interesting meeting on Tutsday afternoon' at the home of Mrs. A. L. Black On North Louisiana street., with Mrs.-Frank R. Johnson as joint hostess. During the business period, conducted by the president, Mrs. Chas Haynes, reports were given from the various committees and dues were paid. A Christmas program was given, with splendid papers pertaining to .Christmas in the Colonial days being read by , different members of the chapter. Boxes Were packed for the Winslow school and the emigrants on Ellis Island. De* lighlful refreshments were served. Mrs. C. D. Lester, vice president, in the absence of the president, Mrs. Hatley White presided at the regular meeting 'of' the Oglesby P. T. A. meeting and presented a Christmas program, at the regular meeting at 3 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Lester.Introduc- ed Mrs. Robert Campbell local director who presented the following musical program: Violin solo, Liebes- feud (Kreisler)—George Ruffan Marshall. Piano solo, Prelude (Raphman- enoff)—Rae Luck. Vocal solo, "I've fifehts My Work" and "Love tlttlci Gift of Roses"-Iva Hipp. Vld- ttn a&to, My Violin-Palsy Ann Campbell. Piano solo, Happy Farmer (Sehit- rtiafi), Ponies (Rede)—J. T, Luck. Violin duet, -Silent Night—Oswald Womack and George rtuffin Marshall. Following the program of music, Miss Bessie Green told a Christmas story at the close of the mcellng delightful refreshment were served. 'Possessed' Is Drama of Factory Girl's Career tote pioblem by letting WhltnSy ifcat she Is going to marry Al Mahflmg. Emhitlcied, Whitney enters th«S J&- litical fight. When It seem* that a whispering campaign about the In* famous "Mrs. Moreland" will prove his undoing, Marian goes to the political rally and brings the dramatic conflict to n- surprising denouement. The picture was adapted from the Edgar Selwyn stage ^success, "The Mirnge," in which Florence Reed scored some years ago. Wallace Ford, one of the belter known leading men on the New York stage, makes his film A trio of important film names are connected with "Possessedi" which will head the program at the Saenger Theatre Sunday nad Monday, for the principal roles are played by Joan Crawford 1 and Clark Gable, two of the most popular personalities on the current screen, and the picture was directed by Clarence Brown, who did such fine work on Norma Shearer's A Free Soul" and Greta Garbo's "Inspiration." Report has it that Miss Crawford gives her greatest lalkic porlr'ayal in •'Possessed,' in wWh she plays the role of a factory girl wh olastes the luxuries of Park Avenue life only to meet with hitler disillusionment when her love stands in the way of Gabel's rise to governorship of his stale. The story opens in the box factory where Marian Martin (Miss Crawford) is just another cog in the machine age. Her only chance to escape the monotonous routine of her life is to marry Al Manning (Wallace Ford), a fellow worker, but Marian, embittered by poverty, feels that a wife is nothing more than a servant who isn't paid for her work. Circumstances bring her to New York, where she ultimately lastes the luxuries of Park Avenue life as the mistress of Mark Whitney CClark Gable). For the sake of convention, she is now known as Mrs. Moreland. Whitney, whom 'she comes tb love devotedly, abhors marriage because of a previous unfortunate matrimonial experience. But Marian discovers his love for her when he is about to turn down an opportunity lo run for governor of the state .because it will mean giving her up. Marian heroically attempts to solve Jft the production and 1 Skeels f plays one of his typical roles The supporting cast 81s6 Includes Frank Conroy, Marjorte Whttf, John Mlljan, Clara Blandlck. MELBOURNE.-(/p)-Mrs. Ethel Carter, 27, mother of two children, has broken the world's record for women cyclists. She pedalled 100 mi/es In 5 hours, 20 minutes, 52 2-5 seconds. "I had plenty of energy to spare," She said and after a cup of tea and a sandwich wont home to her housework. Will Money Buy: Happiness ? Will money buy happiness? This giant of industry thinks so, until he finds himself alone in a GREAT HUMAN CRISIS. When gold 1 turns to ashes and Love becomes life's rarest treasure! SAE NGER Two Days Only Starting THURSDAY George Bancroft -In- 'Rich Man'i Folly" FRANCES DEE ROBERT AMES Out Thrills Her Greatest Hit! • JOAN CRAWFORD in "POSSESSED" with CLARK GABLE SAE NGER -Coming! Fir Christmas Trees ?35e to ?1.25 WARD & SON Tho Leading Druggists "We've Got It" Your Holiday Needs Supplied at Right Prices. Sec Us Before Buying BRIANT'S DRUG STORE Do Your- CHIRSTMAS SHOPPING » at J. C. Penney Co. Start a Savings Account With CITIZENS National Bank 3 Per Cent on Savings Last Times Wednesday JAMES DUNN Sensation in "Bad Girl" —hi— "SOB SISTER" —With— LINDA WATKINS S A E N G E R FREE! $15 Diamdnd Ring Given Away With Each and Every $50.00 Purchase During This Sale. This Ring Has a $12.00 Trade-in Value in Purchasing a Similar Amount. AT THE L A KEITH EWELRY STORE •:• * X T R A COMPLETE SHOWING OF THE NEWEST CREATIONS CHMTMM Item PAR EXCELLENCE-YET NOT COSTLY X T R A SPECIAL SAMPLES DIAMONDS WATCHES and JEWELRY SAMPLE LINE SALE Fifth Avenue Has Really Come to HOPE. The Complete 1932 Samples of America's Outstanding Distribution of DIAMONDS, WATCHES and JEWELRY is in Our Store. Select your Christ mas Gifts at Exceptional Savings Now. Happy traditions of Christmas giving are expressed with dependability ... for Bluebird Diamonds are doubly guaranteed and registered perfect. That's the reason. This perfection, blue- white color and clear-cut brilliancy is assured in the diamond of each Bluebird Ring. The pick of the world's finest diamonds are set in exquisite creations of platinum or white gold. You buy the finest... and reasonably, too, for TKe Dntnond i* radi Hinbird Ring ii (u*nnl«d p«Hcct, mtuint Ike re- f)ukem*nb W lk« FeJwd Trxie Com- minion. A uMiitcaU it(n«J Mid reg- iuercd by our «lot« MM! The Bluebird Di»«a*d SyndiciK •ccompinici e»el> rm|. I Kill DIAMOND RINGS Mesh Bags MOTHER How about a fascinating fint Mesh Bag. Smart pastel shades and French enameled frame and chain.They are so rcrviccable and chic. Men's Rings RINGS Smart, colorful, semi-precious! stones ... all colors in emerald] cut and marquise shapes. Thej settings arc solid gold. Illustrated Rose Zircon, NECKLACES WATCHES express your Greetings! Timepieces are really necessities. For yourself or a friend give a trust-worthy known make such as Elgin, Hamilton or Illinois. The new styles are really achievements of beauty. Illustrated— Ladies' Hamilton, Men's Illinois, ' Hubby or Brother It's a cameo year. Black and white is exceptionally smart, two or three raised heads, solid gold settings of combination colors. Rings and Links / Aunt and Uncle Always hear from them at Christmas—and they deserve something nice. A semi-precious stone for Aunt and a pair of solid gold front cuff links for Uncle. L A. KEITH Jewelers THE HOPE, ARKANSAS STORE OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS This one has a brilliant Erinile center drop. Setting and chain; are solid gold COMPACT Thin double ... in Robin's Egg blue cnninel with gold edges/ Cloisonne portrait mi'iialurc — j as illustrated,, SMOKER'S SET Automatic Lighter and Cigarette Case i-.i cream color French- enamel Ha:id painted Colonial 8-pieee Manicure Roll only Beautiful amber or pearl color fittings in satin lined leatherette case! BOTHERS at 49c and up I "OAYMODB" Sheer Ml ^ 811k H Comb, Irttifc and Mirror Just. «h* kind she Winter shades! itnd sofe. ! They look like pearl and have •' the daintiest rosebud decora- ' ^ lions' I -In .gjft case. Others $4.98 and L up.t "Colonial" Bridge Two packs of attractive jgi «dged cards in jewelry,_t •x>x—cellophane .prated! w ^! Others $U9 and up I Dainty C Novelties n< to please "HER 49* She'll adore these exquisite < bori and lace trimmed > chief cases and find a use's for the glass bowl with fluffy guest powder puff It Others at 98c s ;4Jfe Scarfs 'These printed silk crepe squares are unusually style-right! A .splendid selection of patterns. Travel Sets Men A choice gift! Essential toilet accessories in a smart black Flexhide easel Others 98c up Junior Pool Table Just the gift Junior wants, too. 44 in. x 23 in., 26 in. high, its size is convenient . . . and its price is amazingly LOW I Others 98c up Gift H«adlmc* h/ llA'-2$£ti Surprise Him with These Gift Box TIE S at only 98* Always a happy choice . . . tr ;Penney's! Because they're hand tailored in lustrous silk fabric* i . . and in colors and patterns' * unrivaled (or smartness Midi value! Leather Sett 98c ! A gift to delight the man I Env (bossed bill fold, key case and Cigarette case In gay gift bo», iR»re value? ' Others 49e up Cowhide Belli with slide buckle Attractive .. and a value I Top calf train with suede back. In black and brown In smart gut box. Others aL49 J. C. Penney Co. ^ J DEPAETMINT 123 West Third i T O * B Hope, Arkansas

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