Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 24, 1931 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 24, 1931
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We-all love life . slhg of it; Sifirtfef afttf safnt, ritid the potllftsS attH Hearts of tho wcfrld nil respond to the ring of ik-<- •Bringing ntan'klnd Into one horfd! CHttlSWASl Alt nations rejoice to the-thrill* of if! Paupers and peasants; the rich and rertbwrtedj Spirit of Ltfve-^may 1 we bow to the will at It*- Thcn well have Christmas the . year m'ou«di*-J. fi. H. Mrs. & Av Hear&n of Dallas, Texas, , will artflve Friday morning for a holiday .^Jslt with her aunt Mrs, P, A. Tharp'Bnd Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White, , Mrs. Hdllace Bain of Shreveport will arrive Thursday night for a Ghrlst- mas visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It, T. Floyd and sister, Mrs, H, M. Valentin and Mr. Valentine. John & Williams Jr,, of Dallas, Tex. will spend Christmas visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Willams Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Newham, Jr., and little daughter, Nancy Loir, left Thursday morning for a Christmas visit with Mr, Newham's parents, Mr. Mrs, C. C, Newham, ' Sft, at Sprtofcdale, Ark. Mis* Harriet Of ace Story, left Wetf-- hfesdfly for Lynchburg, Va.> M»Rft* she will be the guest of Mis» AllcS Prlten'ard In Randolph'-Maeon Cdl- 'leg* for'Women. Mis- Stbry will later :vlslf Ift Washington, D.' C., and ottter points 1 of interest In the East. flf.. ftid , Mrs. W. O. Allison- •!sjj«rttf the week <:id ! visiting) wllh 'friends'arid relative in CotfWay dnd Little Suck, 1 Mr. arid Mrs. K. O. McRae, Sr., will have as Christmas guests, Mr., and Mrs, Jack Meek of Bradley, Ark., and'Mls» Helen Meflae, whtfis a student in the University of Colorado, at Bolder. Mr. and' Mrt. W. W. Duckett will spend Christmas visiting, with their daughter, Mrs, Gasll fi. NeWtb»v and Mr. Newton in Little Rook, Miss Alice Armstrong will leave Thursday night f6f a Christmas) visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Armstrong in Little Rook. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitt will be Christmas guests of relatives in Prescott. Mr. and Mrs, Hugh McGaughty have as Christmas guests, Mrs. Me- A Wealth of Good Christmas Wishes We hope your Christmas tree ife Ibaded with gifts of gootl health, prosperity and-contentment. From each of us to all of you. J. L. Williams & Sons Lumber Dealers Sure A . we'l like to greet each 'n' every one of you personally—to wish you> face to face, all the Christmas happiness that's in our hearts (who said business didn't have a heart?) It's hard to get the sincerity felt 'way deep down into told type—but just imagine, won't you, that our warm handshake goes with this wish? We've been wishing folks Merry Christmas for two years—and aren't tired yet! DARWIN STORE D. V. Lacefield Hugh Moon Sara Bowden Evan Wray Miss BeUy-Mi Palmer ' Outstanding among the Christmas social events in'Texarkakna will be the' wedding of Miss Betty Maines, Palmer,, lovely, daughter' of Mr. and 'Mrs- Clyde*E. Palmer,,of Hot.Springs and Te*arkana', to Walter E: Hussman; of St.'Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hussman, 3737- Frthch Avenue. The ceremony will be performed on Thursday evening, December 24th, at 8 o'olbck, at the home* of the bride's parents/ 90<! Olive street, with the Reverend 1 F. Z. Browne, pastor of the First Presbyterian church in Texarkana, officiating. An informal reception will follow. The' young couple will leave immediately for a motor'trip to Hot Springs and St, Louise after which they will go- to Columbia, Mo/, to re- side' for two months.^ Both, will"graduate from the University of Missouri in the spring, Miss Palmeu receiving her 'bachelor degree in journalism, The bride-elect is a graduate of- Texarktma'High School; "and for. tw. 'years attended"Limtenwod" college, at St. Charles, Mo. ' She is a popular meiriber of Texarkana's younger society set. Both are prominently identified with campus activities in the University, she being a member of the Delta Beta Sigma and Tri Delta_ sororities, arid' he a member of the Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Miss Palmer is well known in Hope, having been- connected with The Star during a college vacation-the summer of 1030. . Her father is president of Star Publishing company and; partner of Alex. H. Washburn. Caughey's mother, Mrs. L, M. Cole and sister, Mrs. Doris Belser and little daughter of Little Rock. Miss Maggie Bell and Ike T. Bell, Sr., will have as Christmas guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marshall, Miss Mnry 1 Bell Marshall* little Mis Margaret 1 'Marshall and Calvin Marshall, and Mr. and Mrs. Ike T. Bell, Jr., of Texarkana and Lawrence Marshall of Little Rock. Miss- Mary Carrigari' will spelid the Christmas holidays visiting with her brother, Judge Alf Carrigan and ,Mrs. Carrigan in\Wlchlta Palls, Texas. Mrs. Fanny Garrett. will f have , as Christmas guests, Major and Mrs. Chas. Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Garrett of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Keith and little son- and Miss Claudia Coop of Texarkana are holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Coop. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrell and little daughter, Frances, will spend Christmas afternoon visiting with relatives in Prescott. Mr., and Mrs. Claude Waddle will have as Christmas guests, their sons, John Sidney of Chicago, and Howard, who is a student'in Tulane University, New Orleans, La. v Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Grav.es will have Bring the Kiddies to the Saenger Christmas afternoon to see Santa Clans In Person The Kiddies will love this Jolly Old Fellow. SAENGER Die Saenger Theatre wishes its many t'rliuls and patrons A MERRY CHRISTMAS and a MOST PROSPEROUS 1932. Thursday Only LAWRENCE TIBBETT "THE CUBAN LOVE SONG" —WKh- LUPE VELEZ ERNEST TOBRENCE Our Christmas Day Presentation Paul Lucas Dorothy Jordan Charles Ruggles "THE BELOVED BACHELOR" He's a great lover, dashing, chivalrous, desired of all women. But his one fault is loving TOO' WELL. When he adopts a homeless waif as his own child, he loses the one woman who had been his inspiration. See how glorious love comes once more in the joyous life of "THE BELOVED BACHELOR." as Christmas guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Barlo wand Miss Annie Mae Graves of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Helms, Sr., and son. Lex, Jr., left Wednesday' for Pine Bluff where they will be holiday guests of Mrs. Helm's sister, Mrs. A. M. Hart and'Mr. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jones will have as holiday guests; Franl? Jones of Shreveport. Friends will-be glad to know that Mrs. Dale Wilson, who has been ill in the Cora Donhell hospital at Prescott, for the past month, will'be able to be removed to her home in this city some time next week. Mr. and Mrs. Tully Henry will spend Christmas day visiting with friends and relatives in Saratoga. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown and son Arthur Thomas of Baton Rouge, La., are Christmas guests of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomp- Rent It! Find It! Buy It! Sell It! With HOPE STAR WANT ADS The more you tell, The quicker you sell. 1 insertion, lOc per lin% \ minimum 30o 3 insertions, 7c per line, minimum 50c 6 insertions, 6c per line, minimum $1.00 26 insertions, 5c per line, minimum $4.00 (Average 5'/j words to the line) NOT E— Want advertisements accepted over the telephone may be charged with the understanding that the bill is payable on presentation of statement, the day of first publication. Phone 768 FOR RENT FOR RENT:—Five room house near Smiling tourist camp. See A. W. Cobb or phone 683J 23-3tp. FOR SALE FOR SALE — Pure bred jersey heifer, two years old, will be fresh in January. Price reasonable. See Eben Eason, 503 South Hervey St, 21-3t dh FOR SALE—Good grade country sorghum molasses. Three gallons for $1.00. Apply at Hope Star. It WANTED WANTED—Mrs. A. B. Patten to send one dress to J. L. Green Cleaning Co., to be cleaned and pressed absolutely Free, December 24. 23-ltc Miaes Elizabeth Whit? anrf Miriam Sariton wilLhaVe as Christmas guests, the Misses Gray and' Miss Frances" of Satesvilte. < Mi-, and Mrs. Ruffin Boyett and children of Little Rook atMVed fhtifs* day for a holiday visit with Mr. and Mi's. D. B. Thompson and Capt. and Mrs, R. A. Bbyett, The Ladies Auxiliary of St. Marks Episcopal Church wit meet Monday i af If S'efeek at the fiown* of '; ^ "V-U-i^* Aiflf ^UftJt* JUtfJH- » «to x fr^i wB Telephone 321 r "t-f 1 u ' The H6J»jLlbfary Rooms Will ftBt Be opefrBri Friday afternooiif 8m? will open at S o'clock on Tuesday"- aftfer- noan; IWoember 29th. Mr. tfrtd lArs. Jl A PIBcher 0* M)l- lent, Texasr are spending the-Chffst- rrtarf holidays With their sort and' his family., Mr. and 1 Mrs, D. E. FintsHer, ot< South' Main Street, Miss Maoel Norton, who Ts att«Wflng SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES OFFERED—Special Turkey dinner Christmas Day at Hotel Black, Washington, Ark. 21-3tp SERVISE OFFERED—If yoi^ want service call 670, Robinson Grocery. U-9tc. SERVICE OFFERED — Your foot specialist Dr. C. B. Bledsoe, expert chiropodist, vising modern, methods to remove corns, bunions, callouses and ingrowing nails, is back at Fat- Greetings to Mjf Fffends At this season of the year when I have^ite to 'pause and; reflect, I naturally think of my friends Who have been<sol$idto me durihgifte 1 ,., past year. I appreciate the confidence; you have? reposed in me, and' 1 wish for each andl evepp- one happiness .and- prosperity,, not only duitiiig:; the Christmas holidays^ but during tfte years to< tome. With kindest personal regard^-1 amy 1four frienli II L, ^ILKINTONW Representative Hempsteadi County, Clyde (Jroshoe, *ho with tie -toted- States* , n« HofM'fJiursday'fdf a 'Visit his pa*erft«/- $r>and Mrs. ?, C, ''' ' »>eai> material Here's every wisft th«?'eV«r made ChrUtmas jilad^aHd bright* And. every Hope' tRafe «H» Hd£e»£ tb start thrtfew «feBT rlgftfl" Greetings To a Christmas of Happiness and'Health ' n Christmas morning may a spell of good fortune be "cast across your threshold, to linger there forever and forever. Our'best wishes GROCERY COMPONY merro Christmas, To all our friends—may this Christmas bring those old, sweet pleasures oE true health and happiness, of family, friendships and bright firesides to each and every one of you. And may the coming year be one of lasting joy. Citizens National Bank m From all of us—to all of you. Think of us not as a business institution at Christinas tide, but as "folks." For it's as such that we wish you, from the bottom of our hearts, a very Merry Christmas. Hope Furniture Company For 34 Years m ttl&vty Chri*tn '' ; • -" •• r •^-. T -- r -'-aii j^jj^-'^-y' To'you^and ypUj.aird yoti) wesend a CHristmas Cheer. j MoPe art$ bigger the coming, year. To; eacb of our friends,,cutomers and f ' Ladies Specialty Shop Mr, and' Mr*. L. S. THomas K Mrs. George Hosmer Mildred Jones Evelyn Johnson i' sCT » e* , ^ ' 'rt . J9 i ! • • ' ' ^5 Our entii'e staff joins in Dishing you a^ve^ /I; Merry Christmas. And= merrier days to,! follow. This is the ; sincere good.,wish of each of our staff. "Where Price and Quality Meet" Call the home town folks j. You may be surprised at how little it costs to talk from your home to out-ofrtown folks. These rates are not specials ., , they apply every night after 8:30 on station-to-station calls, «'Station-to-statiofl means-that you tell the operator you'll talk to anyone who answers. Average time for connecting long distance calls, no matter how far away, less than 2 minutes. Hope to Little Rock 35c c ' Hope to Hot Springs 35c Hope to Texarkana 25c Hope to Nashville, Ark g5c Hope to Shreveport, La 35c (9 mlnuloi "«lotlon-to-»lgtlon" oft»r 8.30 P. M.) IT If the toyms where your frteRds or relatives live w« ijpjjl II listed here, send us their names end address^. We'll se«4 I I you ft free "personal telephone directory" with tksic E addresses, telephojM» numbers a»d rafew typsiiiui. Jj SOUTHWESTERN BELL

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