Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 22, 1931 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 22, 1931
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n birth 1* slfttfeth all night dare Is the --y—«• —.— -.. i 11 i a,i ™ pTiTiinn•nitiHnrniliiir^-*—• n ,- - ifllllll|| I Well Dressed! L ' -'I ' • "*-—""*. . .-• . and Miss Mary rtderson have returned from a mi with relatives in Little * -T f j _ _^ rr __ Andrea 6f Dallas, Texas iye Wednesday night for a t with her sister, MM,! Ella ,, i other relatives. turrey Qllliart ahd chlldre.n-.of 'Id &te guests of Mrs. Glllfam's Mr, 'ahd $rs. R. M. laOrone. Carlto ftof North western 1Jnl- Evanstfci, HI., la spending the ias Ji6lidays visiting with.hU Mr. and Mrs.;j. C, Carlfon. and MM. Charles Dana Gibson . , jlttle son, will spend the holidays , *wl«JMt,/wHh .friends, ad relatives'In Briifldey, Ark, - Mrs. C. C. McNellTand little daught «r<, Peggy, left Saturday for Dallas Wherq they will spend the hdliday Visiting with 'frlerids and relatives.- * 'Mr.' and Mrs. Roy'.Anderson and'Mr ai)d 'Mrs. Geo. R. Breedlove will 'have as hbliday guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. F Broenlng and Miss Julia Broening o LiltteRock. f ' Mrs. Iffarry Lemley iwill leave $ues> U, , day, night for a visit with her sori 1 - Harry Jr., who is a student in :the ttolted .Slates' Military' Academy a* ,West Point, N. Y. Before returning home she will visit In New York City, Philadelphia, 'Washington, D. C., artd Other Interesting points in the. East., 'Mrs. J. T, Hicks-arid Mrs.'tf. Gi Mc- Rac,"Jr., will Ifhve as holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Stonewall Beauchqmp, Jr., an dlittlc daughter; of Little'JRpck. Tuesday evening on the stage ,at the Saenger Theatre Mrs. James Martindale will present her annual'Christ- mas Dance Revue. High, lights of the ; evening's entertainment will include a tworpart Finale by the ensemble, entitled "A Study in Blue," and Adagio number by Miss Joy Ramsey and ( Rufus Herndon, Jr. A Tamborine .Dance.by nine little girl, and new toe, tap and novelty houtines. Mrs. Hosea Garrett of Little Rock ar rived'-Monday night to spend th' -'Christmas holidays visiting with he mother, Mrs, Mary Lemley and othe: relatives, she will be joined later bj ! Mfi Garrett. *• '. :ia <.... , Capt. and Mrs. R. A. Boyett wil have -BSV week end guests, Mr. ant Mrs. P. D. Smith and daughter, Margaret ''Farrol of Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John Hastings of Buf- 'falo, N. Y., were guests of Mr. anc Mrs. :L. W. .Young on Monday, en route to Galveston, Texas where they •will spend the winter. o— Mrs, G. Frank Miles will leave on Wednesday for Warren, where she will spend the Christmas holidays visiting with her brother, J. E. Victor and Mrs. Victor. The best-dressed bird at the Chicago oulh'y eVpositlpft, "Chink" .the bi'g poultry Chinese, goose".shown, above,* , has reason.to.be proud. Charlene Penry is sfioivn "admiring ,the big bird, who is plenty high hat after winning first prize., "'.''..- ' , ''•'•' : ed Dudley Buck's -'The Coming of the King" including fifty voices. She waS'assisted in:,the-bassos by Talbot Feild, Sr., of this city. Mr. and Mrs. George Meehan left Sunday for Louisville, Ky., where they will spend the holidays visiting with friends and relatives. Dr. & Mrs. W. C. Davidson of Paragould will arrive Tuesday night to spend the Christmas holidays visiting with their daughter, Mrs. John P. fesey and Mayor Vesty. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haynes enter- 1 tained at a beautifully appointed turkey dinner on Sunday at their home on West Second street. Covers were laid for twenty. Miss Rebecca Norton of Little Rock will arrive Thursday to spend the Christmas holidays visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Norton. ... .Mrs, .A-. Ji Hunter of Amity was the over night guest of her sister, Mrs. E. N. May and Mr. May. Mr. and Mrs. Ross R. Glllespie spent Tuesday visiting in Shreveport, La. .•On Sunday afternoon December 20th at the First Baptist church in Tex'" arkana, Mrs. Fred Marshall present- I «• b of Now Showing! -. '• :••• '.-.-' a -ON TIIE?SC«EEN- B a r b a r a Stanwyck Clark GABLE "NJGHT NURSE" -With- BEN LVON —ON THE STAGE- Mrs. Martindale's Annual Christmas Pance Revue Frills and Feathers —With— 40 pupils 40 Music By HILBORN GRAVES- ORCHESTRA BALCONY 35c LOWER FLOOR 5flc CHILDREN We Pass List Suspended Three Deaths Relieved Connected With Suicide GEAUGA LAKE, Q.—(JP)— The beginning of a note, scrawled by one of three men shot to death in a summer cottage here led Thursday to a theory that the triple killing might be connected with the suicide of a young woman three weeks ago. * Restored low on Hid ...., j, Estate Matt Say* He Has Been Wan- tiering Eight Month* NEW YORK.-A man claehn a fagged suit aftd a dirty white sweater started td cross State street In Chicago last Thursday night. He was just an. other bit of human flotsam and nobody paid very much attention when he leaped from In front of a speeding automobile, stumbled and rapped his head on the curb. The fellow got up and rubbed his head in a bewildered manner. Sdniehow, he was not a derelict any longer. He was somebody, but he did not know just who. Traffic n the Loop swirled on, but the man n the dishelved clothes sought a side street—he was suddenly and unaccountably ashamed of hi s appearance. Faint flickers of iiiemorychstnewol stir hi an awkened mind. And that is why Harry G. Havery, wealthy Westchestor, county real es- ate and insurance man, who had been [iven up for dead after he dropped rom sight, on a fishing,trip in Lohg slahd SoUnd eight months ago, was back wlth x his"famlly Suri'day ih time tot a-happy Christmas. Mr. Havery' was haggard, his cheeks were thin and he could 'remember little-of f his adventures Sunday night. He had 1 found < himself ?a few. hoflrs after, having .suffered' the blow on his head'in' Chicago when his erratic memory told him wh<x-he was as; bjs brain began to function normally.' He immediately began hurried preparations to return, home. > .' .•; " ' 'v'' The t WesUjhester man', who camo bask'from the dead is 38'years' old : and a.steij-soij of'the late Charles Purdy, pioneer land owper.in .New York'city's most fasihonable suburban district:' ,Mr. Havery, had lived for years with his wife and four children near White Plains. '.On'May 2'he went fishing'off Rye beach.. When he'did not return home that night .a, search disclosed hjs boat anchored 100'feet front th'e Sho^e, and .evidence'that; he ;.had fallen ihto the rock-studded' waters. : AH efforts to fin<J any .trace < of- him failed.?* He had been, happy at home. His health and business affairs were m good condition. The/family felt, he had suffered an accident and slowly gave up hope. His life insurance, a considerable amount, was not paid,' however, because the body was not found. The bodies of the three men— identified as Frank Mat 'Jszak, 46, known as Pat Murphy Anton W. Kornett and William Spejna, 34, known as "Bugs" Spaney— were found in Spaney's cottage Wednesday. Coroner M. B. Crafts said Spaney shot Murphy, then Kornet and himself. The shooting occurred in the same cottake where Mrs. Jennie Fields, 26, Cleveland, took poison last November 21, authorities said. She dide in a Bedford hospital six days later. On the floor was found a penciled note starting: "This did not turn out the way — " Investigators wondered if the note did not refer to Mrs. Fields. The woman, officials said, was a frpqhent visitor at the cottage and was taken to the Bedford hospital by Spaney, New Campaign Against * Sino Bandits Planned TOKYO— (IP)— Plans for a new and extensive military' campaign against alleged bandits in Manchuria were announced by a spokesman for the war office Friday.as rep'orts were re- cleved of fighting in which one Japanese and 14 Chinese were killed, and several wounded. A dispatch to the Rengo news agency from Aientson, China, said the Chinchow situation has become so acute the Japanese residents of Shan- haikwan decided to evacute the city and retire to Tientsin. The new military campaign, the wa office spokesman said, will be a driv against bandits in the area of th South Manchurian railway, particu larly the region west of the Liao riv er. This is the teritory just north o Chinchow in which the Japanese drivi against month. that place was halted las At the time the announcement wa: made the reports of fighting were re ceived and also reports that bandit: arc unusually active around Chang' chun, Heilintun and other points. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the authority contained in the decree of the Hempstead Chancery Court, made and rendered on the 21st day of December, 1931, in a certain cause then pending therein between I The Midland Savings & Loan Company, a corporation, plaintiff, and J. M. Dodson and Bettie Dodson, defendants, the undersigned will on Friday, January 15, 1932, nt the front door of the Hempstead' County Court House, between the hours fixed by law for judicial sales, sell to the highest bidder, upon a credit of three months the following lands lying and being situate in Hempsleacl Bounty, Arkansas, to-wit: A part of Lots Numbered Ten (10) and Eleven (11) in Block Numbered Thirtyrfive (35), in the City of Hope, Arkansas, according to the recorded plat thereof, bounded^ and described as follows:—Beginning at the Southeast corner of said Lot Numbered 1 Ten (10), thence running westerly along the northerly line of East Third Avenue Fifty (50) feet to a stake, the point of beginning, thence running north seventeen and one half (17%) degrees west, One Hundred (100) feet to the northerly line of said Lot Numbered Eleven (11), thence westerly along the northerly line of said Lot Numbered Eleven (11), Twenty-five (25) feet, thence south seventeen and 1 one half (17%) degrees east, One Hundred Feet (100) to the northerly line of East Third Avenue, thence easterly Twenty-five (25) feet to the point of aeginning. Said tract of land having a frontage of Twenty-five (25) feet on Sast Third Avenue by a depth of One iundred feet. Said sale will be subject to the approval of the Hempstead Chancery Dourt, and the purchaser will be required to execute note or bond with approved personal security for the purchase price and a lien will be retained on said land as further security for the payment of said note or bond. The purchaser may waive said time and pay his bid for said land in cash, if he so elects. Given under my hand this the 21st day of December, 1931. WILLIE HARRIS, Commissioner in Chancery. Atty. Plif. lion. Fruit P. Bacon, Texarkana, Arkansas. Dec, 2>20. Jim 5, M32, Gold Booms Planes GOGAMA, Ont.—Discovery of gold in the Great Lake area has commenced a boom in the aviation business in this section. Prospectors have flocked to this section and a fleet oi eight planes will be kept busy all winter flying supplies, equipment and men to the gold fields. • KEEPING CHRISTMAS '-MORRIS WAY A goodly wty it it. A way of variety and charm. •* * * For the sophisticated adult, (or the children, (or anybody and everybody who appreciate! good candy , , . MORRIS offers packages in an exquisitely artistic fashion, filled with rich confections made in the traditional NQRRIS manner. $100 to *1O°0 Ward & Son The Leading Druggists "We've Got It" PHONE 62 Motor Cycle JQelivery Shafted!' ftefaeetft $3.49 With dee# fancy faces; AlUlflt- num back bat* ance Weights. Irohs at $2.49 Deep compact heads, pyro* yinn hosels. In matched sets! s* ' *3 (imagine!ik Suite ofeHilu • I! Gifts for the Home/ Beautiful! In expensive I A gift of fine furniture is something, that will carry lasting beauty, joy,.. and coipfort. This season, giye the most appreciated gift. GIVE FURNI- ' PURE! . ••' BEAUTIFUL CIRCULATING HEATER—A combination of efficiency and beautj> that makes this heater welcome in any C 1 Q QCf home. REDUCED f .;....lJ.J.;..!...... 5f I O«*IQ SMOKING 'LAMP—Complete with removable • tray, Matchj Box holder, Pipe holder and Cigarette holder. An ideal .lamp flJC QQ for bridge ojr reading. REDUCED.... 99i«9 : O BEAUTIFUL OCCASIONAL .CHAIRS-^Select hardwood f pish. Multi-colored Jacquard Velour back wilh black Velbur seat. An iu'eai Chrislfas gift. : (BO OC REDUCED .}. :.... 99*99 TELEPHONE SETS—Hardwood, sturdily constructed, Wa ^, Here's your or mother hi the year, p] nut finish, Stool slides under table, chance^ to give the present your wife s been wanting all UCES REDUCED $4.95 7-Tube The "Fantasy" $49.95 Complete With Airline Tubes and Installed • »-. Fully Licensed by R. C. A. and Hazeltino Priced lower than Ward's Jias ever sffered a 7-tube Super-Heterodyne. Genuine Super-Heterodyne, mighty PENTC'DE Tube—two new su- pre-control tubes—double screen jrid—continuous tone control—lat- ;st super dynamic speaker. Only $5.00 Down. ¥6.50 Monthly You'll Find Just the Things She Wante^t, Ward'sr-The Gift Skore for thte ^Entire Family! COMFOROTERS-Gay cotton silkoline, Sateen border. Quality,. and style the same as those selling ^51 Oft' 1 " for $4.95! PRICES REDUCED . . ^» I •»«* ^ LUNCHEON SET—5 pieces, linen. Very smart and popular., ^ $1,00 j m A beautiful quality of embroidered linen set. A gift for mother ...... '. „_ GOLDEN CREST HOSIERY—For women. Ficot top chiffon", f pure silk top to toe. This remarkable chiffon is Very finely kriit ,| of the new extra strong high twist dull silk. A , ftQ **''"' Bargain. Give a pair for Christmas. REDUCED.. .. .O,?r U^ WOMEN'S RAYON LINGERIE—Pre-Shrunk non-run, ^pu r, have a pleasant surprise awaiting you when you use the Sil-Glo Lingerie. PRICES REDUCED, >• ; HUCK TOWELS—Colored borders, fast colors, large sizes. £'Wa ailzeVibf these for Chftstmat." • '' tl> "'-- ^^Tg^ GiVe,'<* $1:00^ 3 . "A' useful gift. 12 for CHATHAM BLANKETS—Single all-wool with satin bound, edges. A useful gift that will be appreciated 09 Qfi by every house wife. PRICES REDUCED . 9«>vO WOMEN'S WASHABLE GLOVES-Capeskin, long tops QQ A Beauty classic shp^on styles. A real value at , „ U5JG, TRIUMPH CHEST SHEETS—Our own fine brand. Exactly the same quality others sell as their best at higher prices. Now you can buy this fine quality sheet at OO<»at REDUCER PRICES. Only !.. . , D9C f Come to Ward's for Gifts for the Entire Family! Yoi: Never Before Saw a BIKE with all this fine equipment at this Low Price." $35.95 Down Payment Only ?5.00 Low racy lines .... bakeci-on 'red enamel . . . seamless steel tube frame . . . ball bearing throughout .... new Departure Coaster Brake . . . Giant Stud Cement Type Tires! -79 55 .30 25 Auto Cigar Lighter A Smart Gift For A Motorist! Has Removable Catalin Head! $1.00 Ulamps on dash. Chrome finish with antiqued bronze ash tray. Give it! Men's Gift Pajamas Novelty Pattern Broadcloths at An Amazingly Low Price! $1.00 S1 i p-o v e r or coat style, plain cr military collar. Also Boys' Men's Dress Shirts Same Quality Sells Elsewhere For $1.!)5, in Famous Brands. $1.00 Fre-shrunk, fast color broad- clotlj; collar attached. Plain :olors. New Neckwear New Patterns—Colors—Amazing Quality at This Low Price 69c Gift ties that m e n welcome. Silk lined and hand' tailored. Real values. Men's Mufflers The Ideal Gift At Tremendous Sayings $1.00 Newest Persian and Paisley Prints; and plain colors. All wool; rayon; and rayon twills. Dthers at 69c. ! I Gift Bathrobes ThatPlense *" Try (o Equal Theso Ml $1.98 ..., * $41 Heavy weight blanket fofe^ with big double sha,wl co}}g and cord trim. Rich colors^ 3cckcts. Each m a box. < Save Buy Christmas Gifts At Ward's! Save WARI> & Phone 930 •tv JVau.r Neighbor Saves Mon,fg §J W&rd'*—Why Don't Y^fl

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