Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 21, 1931 · Page 3
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pAtty flUKB, HOPE, AfiflSftlffi j: Mft, Sid Henry X. . - Telephone 821 •"it Christmas time with memorle* *, d««r . CitaW* back again from year to yeir, And old-time custom, old'tlme ways Come back to gladden old-time days, Our hearts reveal that old-tlme cheer When Christmas time is coming near. Old friends, old loves, old friendships ' fine , Come trooping back at Christmas time, Old joys that thrill and prayers that bless, Old greeting's with the sweet caress, Old fifts that come from memory's chest, Old smiles from loved ones now at rest. Old lanes that pointed out the way To home and mother Christmas Day. Bus old time Christ that came to bless Mankind with love and happiness, We bow in reverence as of old To the sweetest story ever told, While hearts reveal that Old-time cheer, When Christmas time is coming near. J. L. D, Miss Virginia Berry who Is a senior in Arkansas College, Batcsville, arrived Saturday morning to spend the Christmas holidays visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Washington Berry. Robert Young of Mercer College, At- Itma, Oa., arrived last week to spend the holiday season visiting With.-'his mother, Mrs. S. R. Young. ; , I T. M. Anderson, manager of Riverside Mills, Augusta, Oa., was the Fri r day night guest of Mr, and Mrs. Jaa. L. Jamison. Mr.i and Mrs. H. B. Durham Jeft Sunday for a six /-^vdcks visit with " frlcnns and relatives "in Tennessee ,'and Texas points. '. i " I J.' L. 'Godbar, .whq has spent''the fall season in the city, looking' after business, interests: left Sunday* for his home in Lebanon, Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Porterfield of Little Bock spent Sunday visiting friends and relatives in the city. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Moses h,avo as Christmas guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harley. Moses of Corinth, Miss., Mrs. Fofizy Moses and Mrs. W. T. Caldwell and children of Waskom, Tex. Mrs. W. R. Williams, who has spent the past few weeks in the home of Mr .and Mrs. R. M. Briant, will leave Tuesday for her home in Mineral' Wells, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schooley will have as Christmas guests, their son Edward, of Ouachita College, Arkadelphia and daughter, Madge, of Southern Methodist University, who will arrive on Wednesday, Miss Beryl Henry, city superinten- deht of public shools, will spend the Christmas holidays visjting with relatives in Benton. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shelton and son, Billy, of Nashville, were Sunday guests of. Mrs. Charles Briant. Ulmer J. Hester of Jackson, Miss., will join Mrs. Hester on Monday for a .holiday visit with her mother, Mrs. Chas. Briant and other relatives. J. M. Kinser of Prcsott arrived Monday for a few days visit with his son Thos. Kinser and Mrs. Kinser. Mrs. R. W. Muldrow, Mrs. F. N. Porter and Miss Nellie Porter visited in Texarkana on Monday. ;Miss Helen McRae of the University of. Colorado, at Boulder, will arrive Monday afternoon to spend the Christmas holidays visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. K. G. MRae, Sr. •Mrs. Thos. Kinser was hostess on Friday afternoon to the members of the Friday Contrat Bridge Club at her home on South Main street. The card rooms were resplendent with Christmas wreaths, holly sprays and crimson tapers, and arranged for two tables. The high score favor went to MrSr Hugh McGaughey. At the close of the game the hostess served a most attractive salad plate. Heiress Bride Flees Parents Letters to Santa Claus .Fleeing.from the Montclair, N. J. home of her wealthy parents, ISlyear- old Beatrice .Barclay Pickcrell, above, was reported to have secretely rejoined her husbnnd L Bcvis T. Pickerell, 29-year-old operator of a trucking business. The girl bride's father, John C.. Barclay, former vice president of the Western Union Telegraph Company, was alleged to have sought an annullment of the marriage. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santn Claus:—I am a little girl 11 years Old 1 , bring me a pair of gloves fruits, nuts and candy. I go to schoo al Rocky Mound, my teacher Is Mrs Dale Hunt. I like her fine. Please don't forget my teacher and all my lit. tie friends, and don't forget my mother and sister nntf brother. Beltie Lou Durham. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Clnus:—I am a little girl ten years old and go to school at Hocky Mound. My teachrs .name is Mrs. Audry Hunt. I have been good in school this year and please bring me a doll a pair of over shoes, candy, nuts, apples and all kinds of fruit, don't forget mother, father and brother, my sister and her babies. Gracie Tomlln. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl ten years old and go to school at Rocky Mound. I am In the fourth grade. Santa please bring me a set of dishes, a knife, fork and spoon and I would like to have some candy, nuts and all kinds of fruits. Don't forget my teacher and all my playmates and also my little sister, sh wants a little doll and candy of all kinds. Laura Mewborn. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 12 years old and in the sixth grade. I go to school at Rocky Mound. Santa I am not going to be greedy this year. I want you to bring me a palp of gloves, a scarf and fruits;, candy, and nuts. Don't forget my teacher.; , Lavern -Purtle; '•' Dear Santa:-! am a little gift years old, will you bring me a dol and bed and apples and book, t li at 715 Pine street. Bessie Sells. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—Please bring me a tricycle and a little train with lights in the coaches and sparks under th< engine and o little cook stove, and Santa If you can, bring the sunshine so we can go to grandpa's. Joseph Parker Floyd. Rosston, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little glr' 2V& years old and I am the nicest little girl. Santa, I want you to bring me a tricycle, a doll and holt bed, a top, a teddy bear, a big ball, a goose that lays eggs and a airplane and all kinds of nuts and fruits and some fire works. Don't forget my mother and daddy and m ylittle cousin Dora Lee and my grandparents. Betty Jo Jarvls. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 6 years old. Please bring me a baby dolt, little electric stove, sewing machine, rain coat and clothes for my doll. Fruits, nuts candy and flreWorks. And Sansa, don't fprget all the other little girls and boys and my teacher, Miss LUlie Allen. ., Frances Harell. '• • Hope, i Arkansas.. De'ar Santa Claus:—Ijam 12 years oltf and go to school at.Rocky Mound. I am in the sixth grade and my 'teacher is Mrs. Audry Hunt. Santa don't forget me Christmas, I want a,.pair, of gloves, sweater, box of handkerchiefs, and all kinds" of fruits. Don't j forget my school mutes. Willie 'Dale Furtlej LAST TIMES MONDAY Joe E. Brown -In- His Latest Laugh Riot Local Boy Makes Good —With— DOROTHY LEE John Enyart of Lewisvillc, was a business visitor in the city on Saturday. Jack Stewart of the State University at Fayetteville, arrived Saturday night to spend the holidays visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Stewart. Mrs. R. T. White will present her music in a Dunning Demonstration Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock al her home on North Washington street. Miss Winter Cannon has as Saturday night guests, Miss Louise Acreman of Henderson College, Arkadelphia, en route to her home in Tcx- arkana ' and Miss Lucy DeLoney of Foreman. -Mrs. Max C*ox' atten'detf • a' week end part at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smelcher in Little Rock. Mrs. Fanny Garrclt the out going tcrasurer of the Cemetery Association urgently requests all who are in arrears in their 1931 association dues, please mail her n check between now and the first of the year, so she can close her book for 1931. Most inspiring and beautiful Christinas programs were held in the different churches in the City on Sunday and Sunday evening. At 5 o'clock a vesper service including readings and Christmas carols was held at the First Presbyterian church, and Sunday evening the First Baptist church was np- properly decorated as a fitting setting for a most inspiring program in story and song, entitled the "Star of Glory," at 7:30 Sunday evening the First Methodist church held their regular White Christmas with a program of readings and Christmas Carols. Mrs. S. H. Leipcr of Malvcrn arrived Monday to spend the Christmas holidays visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Finley Ward and Mr. Ward. Glen Durham of the senior high school faculty, is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Finley Ward on South Pine street, convalescing from u recent tonsil operation. ——o Friends will sympathize with Mrs. E. N. May in the passing of her brother, the late W. H. (Wib) Mack, whoso death occurred Monday morning at his home in Texarkana. Mr. Mack was a former citizen of this city, and belonged to one of the pioneer families of this community, was the eldest son of the late I. H. Mack of Bodcaw. He is survived by his wife and one son, Mrs. E. N. May, Acllai Mack of this city, Mrs. Merle Joiner of Magnolia and Harry Mack of Tulsa, Okla., half brothers and sisters, and one sister, Mrs. A. J. Hunter of Amity. Miss Eules Barrett of Hugo, Okla., COMING TUESDAY Barbara Stanwyck Clark Gable "N I G H T "N U R S E" —With— JOAN BLONDELL—BEN LYON ON THE STAGE Mrs. James Martindale's Annual Christmas Dance Revue 40 Pupils 40 In New Toe, Tap and Novelty Routines * SAENGER Hope, Arkansas'. Dear Santa Clous:—I am 'going 'to tell you what I want yo ut obringjne. I want you to bring me a dress.^candy and fruits of all kinds! I don'* want much. DeLoys Gaynes. 714 East 3rd St., Hope, Ark Dear Santa Claus:—Will you please bring my brother Kinard a tricycle, tool chest, games, pair of litlte skates, and fruit, nuts, candy and fireworks. Will you please bring me a cowboy hat. I want a tan one. I want some games, and a shotgun scabbard that PatmoS*, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—I have been a good Jttle boy. Please ; brlng me. a toy p!s(- ,ol, caps, red wagon, fire crackers, ruit, nuts, and candy of all kinds.-' , Eldredge Lee. ,' Hope, Arkansas.' i;—Well Santa.,1 am"i Dear Old Santa. .. T .. _ ,,. „... _ little boy 5 years old.' I am not going to school this year' but I wli't'hdxt year. Santa, I have beftn a very>-good little boy. I .want'you' to bring.jine a cowboy suit • a blackboard, a helmet with goggles, a' little truck; with 'little bales of cotton, a big rubber bait, lots of fruit, candy and nuts and please think of my two fcig brothers Horace and Leon and also mama an ddaddy and my little friends.. Herbert-Junior MitchelU Hope, Ark., Route 2.- Dear Santa:—I am a little boy five years old. I want you to please send me a train and track, a gun ,nuts and oranges, candy, apples. Heal Elder. will fit saddle. a BB gun. Please do It goes on the not forget my teacher Miss Moses, bring her and all the rest of my teachers something nice and do not forget my mother and father, and all the little poor children. E. -P. Young, Jr. _i Hope, Arkansas. Santa Claus:—I-ani a littlet-boy 5 years old. I go to kindergarten, Miss Elizabeth White is my teacher. Don't forget her and my mother and daddy and Ruby Helen. I want you to bring me a dump truck, base ball bat and glove, fireworks, nuts, apples and oranges. Don't forget my Sunday school teacher, Miss Maggie Moher and Mrs. Moreland who was my teach- e rlast year. Jimmie Smith. Hope, Ark., Route 2. Dear Santa:—I am a little girl three three years old. Send me a doll and some little toys, candy, nuts and my baby sister wants a doll and rattle. Louis and Elose Elder. is spending the holidays visiting with her sister, Miss Ruth Barrett and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Herndon of this city. Miss Dorothy Stophs of Henderson State Teachers college at Arkadelphia, arrived in Hope Friday night to spend the holidays with homefolks. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, made and entered on the llth day of December, A. D. 1931 in a certain cause (No 2454) then pending therein between National Savings & Loan Association complainant, and Frank O. Deatherage, et al., defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer .for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at .the- front door or entrance of the Court House, Washington, Arkansas, in the County of Hempstead, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Monday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 1932, the following described real estate, Situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: , Lots Nine (9) and Ten (10), Block One (1) Ruffin's Addition to Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of 10% per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 14th day of December, A. D. 1931. WILLIE HARRIS Commissioner in Chancery. Dec. 14, 21, 28. A GIFT Every Day You don't catch old Santa Claus napping. This year he has a new gift inspiration. A gift that renews itself every day of the year. The home newspaper, The Hope Star! In the form of a year's subscription. What an idea! 1 Year Subscription in Hope $5.00 6 Months Subscription $2.75 Hope 8 Star - Hop*, . Dear Santa Glaus:—I am a little girl Just two years old. Will you please 1 bring me a big baby doll and little rtt of dishes. Also plenty of oranges, apples and candy. Don't forget my little baby brother. James Milton. He Is five months old and has been very very good. Bring hi me teddy bear and a big doll. Bonlta Evelyn 'Simmons. Emmet, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—Please bring me a little doll In a little box and a nipple, a pair of shoes, size eleven, a pair of oVer shoes, some candy, fruit and nuta. Wanda Jane Latshaw. Hope, Ark., Route 2. Dear Santa:—I am six years old, please send me a little stove, a doll, a tub and beads. Some nuts and candy, oranges an dapples. Mae Elder. Patmos, Arkansas < Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy Ihreo years old. Please bring me a little red wagon, an da little train; and some apples, nuts and candy. And don't forget my mother and father, wing them something nice. Thomas Blan Mayton. i • " • i. j Patmos, Arkansas •. -, Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl ive years of age. Please bring me a doll and doll buggy and a little rock- rig chair. Bring me; sqmd fruits, candy adn nuts. Don't forget my auntie, mother and father..' ..,Mary Jue Mayton, ,', '' ;H,ope, Arkansas./' : Dear Santa:—I am' a little baby four months old. I want'- 'you to Wing' me cap, pair of shoes, .some stockings and please bring me some fruit, candy and -Santa please t brong me a rattler nd rubber dollie. ... Virginialee' Partori. Britain Likes Her Here's a beautiful reason for increased box office receipt! in English theatres. Joan Zockton, j above, has been termed Great '\ Britain's most beautiful stage and screert: star. Waerloo/'Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—:! am a little girl seven T years <pld. Mr the second ?rade. Please bring' tnrfj some story books, and a set /Of little dishes and dbn't forget' my : te'acheK Miss Join McCain. /Also bring mjjs? little Sister Halcyone a teddy bear. J, • . ,., Floise l^artin. .. " ,, ' ,' Hope; Arkansas,.R. F.'t>. *. Dear Santa Claus::-^! am a.little jirl;two years old. -I want you to bring mo a doll and doll bedf Little t»bl'b, "to T? Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday we will give; Double Eagle Stamps on all Gift Goods. .4 : '. • , Our prices on all Christmas Goods have been, reduced from 1-3 to 1-2 per cent. See Our Large Stock Before You Buy Jno. P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps set *t dlsh-« and a pl«*# Siht* don't fwgk to teffig lots of fruits, Miidjr and nutt. • Matt J*«n Aylett, ^ , Sanu CUur.-t am a little glH fourteen months old. I want you to bring me a doll and a rocttlng chaif. little wagon an da doll buggy and all kinds of fruit. Don't forget mother and daddy. Imogene Boyd. ' McCaskill, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:— I am a little boy three years old. 1 want you to bring me a tricycle, box of markles, blackboard, whistle, ball and a pair of gloves and all kinds of fruit. Edward Long. P. S. I will be at Grandpa's so you can come down the chimney. Dear Santa Claus:— I want you to brnlg me a baby doll that goes to sleep. Sonie doll furniture, a story booki fireworks and a box of candy. Don't forget brother. Mary Jane Aubrey. Pasmos, Arkansas, Dear Santa:— I am a little girl nine years old and in the fourth grade. Please bring me a pair of beads and lots of candy, fruits and : nuts.;* ••Marie Crews! ijTNSnSTfi Orange HalL I Want) a pair of #6% fir** alt kittar-af &AUM little bfttne*; fWb* 5 -* you to brlHtf him P. S. fton't forgfet IKft* Vera Reeves afid foiftf ball. 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