Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 1, 1932 · Page 4
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* that was no reason for rude- 1»a« lit" ott »aw»*t «ia»," sh# said. "We #«M id doge that other people werfilncftnaequentlal— weren't, ttiitt't eilst back then before we *6i Into the oar. That is why 1 wish to begin with plans e* that dragged other Krith tt«. I wanted t« — hk the present, and close ftfld , aloha wljh yoii. 1 asked you !to. t dfa&'t wish to talk about marrying; ,ftnd being engaged, and , , the family, and Ann and Phll^-" ThfeTB ij* loomed again, standing in his overshoes and displaying ail his sterling qualities. She thrust her hands out in an impotent gesture, trying to push Phil away, ana said, "Oh—" softly, under her breath. the ift always went Iowa- stairs to teleisfl&n<j t» Aim at noon. Yes, she always teiejihftfted to Ann at noon. Just a habit, she supposed. ?lr. Cpffey about many things. lfi8 a tifank Two other Jhe office: Mtss Bush and t^laa Grugers. No, she (Uda't IlJte thejtt tery well. She dldfi't dlslJS.6 them, but they Were M ^ O yonder. He had accused tier, the loveliest living thing, of wtt^tlcAlity and guest towels i&4 greed. He had gone off talk- Ing about savings and doctors' jfcllls.and th.e cost of living to her halted, stupefied, spell- sjtunned before such a «rude display ot Injustice and aai- aljilty. Ther.e was little to be done about it now. He mjght slink out of the car and steal to the cliff and suicide politely. And yet—she did toss Mck her head and wyinkle her nose and .squint her eyes like a small boy when she laughed. Hope Jay there, if not promise. V "Barling—darling! I do under . sort. Mr. Correy was always shooplng around their de»k«. to see whether they had broken hia rule by leaving their U*W«,CKS and powder compacts In the ofloe. No, he never snooped around her desk, but she had never broken the rule. Barry said, "You'll be out of all that before long now." she insisted-stiMur ""' Was—darling! I do under HUMt tttuShhJ^!£ atand> at last - It>s no'good be- l^ich? uniekom/ Z «?-«"»,on what a fool I've been sfii. tlTl' .. W8J ^?5l e> . 8 ? e We COttldll't efit thrntie'Ji U thl, , insincere. "He truly x. 4--- so trust- applied". .^.-^jy* »?* "contested, FPhil with all her might. did make was a r,eal man,,,or "Why should he ^ Ithhls IneTitable moothing his vain mus- .,_,_.. fnenacing third under ktrees and stars? PhU did Why should she de"iy didn't Barry dia-> " ot saying in Wa co.uldiU't get through it this evening, and you know all abou it, anyway. But, Cficlly, it comes to this. 1 love you more than I know how to love. You'll help me? And now let's go straight back to your present and our ™~ ™*W ***O »*^ as if it w v ere tally, lazy?" ck th,e whole But, r - , kat % he said disturbingly, 'lffsoTn "" declared, and repeat"Nothing, at vir^i «7Bfs, TT~^T' t'"" 1 ybecause something was knew it, and Bar- If* |orglTejpe/' _ ibly rude of'me to crlfi- f^-f^r -rTfriend' and your sister's uup^e. - Inexcusable—of course. I "*""*"*—'"'I suppose I thought, that you and I were and your Tightness." They had come swiftly. The path was lost. They searched for it, for a. time, and then decided sensibly to go home. Grand and Rosalie always fussed if she and Ann got home much later than eleven o'clock. No, they didn't know} they slept like tops. But, usually, it was easier to get in early than it was to fib about it In the morning. Yes, they always aslfeds about the time. Too, this was Cecily's week to get breakfasts, {since it was Ann's week to get jdinnjsrs. Yes, they always .took turn about — it was easier. Next weefc be her week for the pup. go close, that other - IIAL" ASSESSMENT • c books for collection of the pnerit upon rjeaj property ... J Gutter'District No. 2 of of Hope, Arkansas, for the .Of putting in curb and gutter --'parts^of all streets wi$hjn * ies of "said district arid- boundaries of said dis- ets located theeejjv ref_ herein made to ' the t, r ^reatinjf said district, have rs .—,,!*d in my Tjand. owners of real property lying in I district are required to pay their }ts to me within 30 days from , If such payment is not , ion will be commenced at wr ... jet that tine tor the coUecr of said assessment and for legal "" and costs, •.... ,X18H(y be-.paid - without peil-. or*«fore February 15, 1932. ""7 convenience of property „ .... undersigned collector will . the Citizens National Bank, in tfty, frflm the first day ef Feb- ^^f W>*U the 15 day of February, JM2, both days inclusive, for the pur- *—— of receiving and collecting as- Under my hand this 1st day evening work, and then she'd have to gp straight home from the office. Speaking of the office, he had looked up the R. W. Correy Insur- "Itwas ance Cpmpany In the telephone book that morning and had almost telephoned to her there. Would it be all right to telephone sometimes during the day? .--.Ife*.,.. She was sorry, but It wouldn't. Mr. Correy was a "1 don'4 mind it," Cecily said. "He's just fussy and Important— not mean. He's good about money. I've had to ask for advances once or twite, and he's been grand about it. He Isn't stingy with raises, either. He always gives them for Christmas presents. I'm hoping for five, or maybe ten next Christmas." "Christmas!" Barry scoffed, and counted from April to December on his fingers. * • » .AS Cecily came Into the upper •"• hall Ann. wearing a red out- Ing-flannel kimono over her white nightgown, emerged from the Bathroom. For the first time In ler life envy touched Cecily's admiration of Ann's perfect beauty. "Angel," she said, "with your hair down like that, you are the most beautiful" thing In the world." VI washed my hair," said Ann, as if that both explained and discredited Cecilys extravagance, "and took a bath. Mary-Frances and I cleaned the front hall tonight." "Didn't Phil come?" "He came to the office and M toatf ^ofl d&a't think would be rude to Baffy, do "No, of course not. 1 jast Grand will wave and waltz up the minute he sees him and ask hjs Intentions and are they honorable. He Is in a perfect pet about the honorableness of Barry's Intentions. I never saw him act this way before, did you? Besides, he's gone s6rt of mysterious—? something—1 don't know what la the matter with him." "Don't you? 1 dp. He's jeali ous. He's always been j.ealous o^ Phil, and now he's starting in -on Barry. But as for Barry's intentions—*" Cecily seemed to Be absorbed in fitting the shoe trees into her best brown shoes—"well. Ann, they're honorable as anything." * * * ANN said, "Cecily, are you en• gaged?" The trouble wit* that she said it as she might tiavo said, "Cecily, have you drowned the blind man's dog In the drinking water?" Cecily shook her head. "Nope." She tried to be hard about It. "Not I. Not us." Ann sat down on the bed and sighed unrestrainedly. "You haven't known him nearly long enough," she tried to explain. "Says you?" Cecily gave it up; she couldn't be swaggerlah with Ann tonight, he loves me. evening." "But—but, angel, He told me so this brought me ( home in the car, but he couldn't sjtay. I didn't care- much, I mean. I was so glad to get at the ha'll while Grand and Rosalie were gone. They went to the Carmlchaels'—to be sympathized with, I suspect." The girls had gone into Cecily's room. "What now?" she asked, as she pulled her dress .oJt over her head. "Gadding granddaughters, I think." "Ann, I'm sorry. Did. y.p.u have to put up with that again this evening?" "I didn't mind. -They;gave up ;h,e party—punishment, J imag- ne. But I'll warn^y,o.n, you'd better have Barry lia low for a while. 'A granddaughter of mine who, when she is not betrothed.'to a man—Cecily I do not blame. No. She is young, perienced. But a She is inex- man knows .hese things. A man should guard a woman against herself, if neces- ary. A man—' "" "Ann! Pity'a sake! As bad "Well," said Ann. "Well what?" Cecily peeked Into the mirror at herself in her pink pajamas and, smiling, came to sit on the bed beside Ann. "Do you love him, really?" Ann asked, and got up and went to take Cecily's bathrobe from the closet door. "Here, put this on." Obediently Cecily covered the pretty pink things with the dingy old robe and said, "Thank you," and said, "I thought you knew," in answer to Ann's question. Ann asked, as If It were Important, "But does he know that you Jove him?" "He does if he believes me. I told him so, almost the Instant he told me. I fairly took the words out of his mouth." Ann did not smile. "But—but didn't lie ask you to marry him, then, Cissy?" Cecily tossed back her head and 'laughed. "Angel! You're so sweet and 'so funny, and you don't know it. Yes, dear, he asked your sister, and made an honest wonlan of her and everything." "Well, Cissy—I must say!" "No, Ann, he was just right and adorable. But I didn't want to be engaged for a while. So I haven't ^breathed the answer soft and low as yet." "Cecily," Ann declared, and emphasized her words with emphatic nods of her head, "you are so wise. You are so wise. I had no idea that you were—so wise. 1 '. 'To Be Continued) merchant, is crlitcslly m at In Mghland Park, a syburb. Hg coridliioh has' become to scriou that all of his .children have bee summoned to his bedside, I The wealthy «ttschai>t has b«cn con fined to his home since early la summer, suffering from hardening o the arteries and complications arlsln from heart disease. He Is 69 year old. Two of his children, Mrs. Alfred K Stern of Ravlnla, and Lesslng Rosen wald of Philadelphia, have been li constant .attendance with Mrs. Rosen wald. The other children are Mrs Adle Rosenwald l^yy of New York Mrs. Marian Rosenwald Stern of New Orleans, and William Rosenwald o Philadelphia. . Rosenwald was president of Sears Roebuck and company for many years Preacher File* Suit Charging Alienation CHICAGO.— (ff>)— An attorney for a Congregational minister being sued in Reno, Nav., for divorce Wednesday filed! praeclpe of a suit for $200,000 against William B. Storey, president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, and his wife, Laura. The attorney, William B. Gemmill said the suit itself would allege the Storeys alienated the affections of Mrs. Edith Warren, wife of Rev Ulysses Grant N. Y. Warren of Corning, Look Out, Cats! SAUGUS. Mass.—Town kitties are getting scarce, and Chief of Police John T. Stuart is conducting an investigation to find where they've gone. It's been reported that unemployed have found a means of revenue by stealing cats off porches and shipping them to a New York concern which is offering 50 cents for every cat skin. • i • ; SPECIAL ASSESSMENT The tax books for collection of the special assessment upon real property in street improvement district No. 1 of the City of Hope, Arkansas, for the purpose of paving those parts of all streets within the boundaries of said district and the streets located therein, reference is herein made to the ordinance creating said district, have been placed in my hands. All owners of real property lying in said district are required to pay their assessments to me within 30 days from this date. If such payment is not made, action will be commenced at the end of that time for the collection of said assessment and for legal penalties and costs. This tax may be paid without penalty on or before February 15, 932, and for the convenience of property owners the undersigned collector will be at the Citizens National Bank, in the said city, from the first day of February until the 15th day of February, 1932, both, days, inclusive, for the purpose of receiving anti collecting said tax assessment. • Given under my hand this first day of January, 1932. BELLE D. AGEE, Collector. This is not water and sewer district, but street improvement district. Jan. I, 8 Couple Shot Down When They Play Santa Claus RUSSELLVILLE. Ark.-(tf>)—As they delivered belated Christmas toys to he man's children by a former mar- iage, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Brown, each 39, of Tulsa. O'kla., were shot and wounded' at Pinoy, near here Thurs- lay. Elmer Martin, of London, who >rought the wounded couple to a hos- >ital here, said Mrs. Brown told him hey were shot by Mrs. Joe Brock, ormer wife of Brown, at the Brock ome. No reason for the shooting vas given. Brown was shot in the head. Mrs. Brown received'a minor wound 1 in the r rist. Mrs. Brown drove their car to Lonon, where she asked Martin to drive icm to a hospital. r< . BELLE D, AGEE, collector. I .,<This is not water and sewer district, 4l»b and gutter district. 1,8 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT The Tax Books for collection of the special assessment upon real property in Curb & Gutter District No. One of the City of Hope, Arkansas, for the purpose of putting in curg and gutter purpose pf putting in curb and gutter •boundaries of said district and for the exact boundaries Of said district and streets located ^therein,, reference is herein made to the Ordinance Creating said district, have been placed in my hands. A1J ownejrs .of re.al property lying in said district are required to pay their assessments to me within thirty days from this date. If such payment is not made action will be commenced at the end of that time for the collection of said assessments and for legal penalties and costs. ,Thi* tax may be paid without penalties on or before February 15, 1932 and for the .convenience of property owners the undersigned collector will be at the Citizens National Bank, in said city from the 1st day of February until the 15th day of February 1932, both days inclusive, for the purpose of receiving and collecting said assessment. Given under my hand this 1st day of January 1932. BELLE D. AGEE, Collector This is not Water and Sewer district, but Curb and Gutter District. Jan. I, 8 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT The tax books for the collection of the special assessment upon reaJ property in Street Improvement District No. 3 in the City of Hope, Arkansas, for the purpose of paving those parts of all streets within the boundaries of said district, and the streets located therein, reference is herein made to the ordinance creating said district, have been placed in my hands. All owners of real property lying in said district are required to pay their assessment to me within 30 days from this date. If such payment is not made, action will be comenced at the end of that time for collection of said assessment and for legal penalties and costs. This tax.may be paid without penr alty on or before February 15, 1932, and for the convenience of property owners the undersigned collector will be at the Citizens National Bank in said city from the first day of February until the 15th day of February, 93?, both days inclusive, for the purr pose of receiving and collecting said tax assessment. Given under my hand this 1st day of January, 1932. W. P. Agee, Collector" This is not water and sewer district, but street improvement distric Jan. I, 8 Special New Year BARGAINS Sugar •10 Lbs. With Order of $1.00 or-More 45c - • 4 uncementl * ..... ™ pjeaseure In announcing to the insuring ' i the association with this agency of w JAMiS R. HENRY who has been identified with the local insurance field for the past five years, W^also extend to our customers our hearty appreciation of the BUJiness entrusted with us dunng 1931. Wfth our present facilities and experienced personnel we are in a position to care for your every insurance need. Roy Anderson 6* Co. y<w* fy#Q puspnal Shortening Any Kind 4 Lbs. 36c i 8 Lbs 67c Must Be Love DENVER.—Just how concentrated re young lover? in themselves? Paul L. Taylor, 20, borrowed the car of B. H. Rhodes to take his girl friend home. Before the young lady reached home Taylor had driven the machine into the rear of a parked car, and into a big plate glass window across from the damaged machine. When caught half an hour after the crash, Taylor was still traveling at a high rnte of speed and weaving from side to side on the road. STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 9 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT The tax books for the collection of the special assessment on the real property in Street Improvement District No. 9 for the purpose of paving have been placed in my hands. All owners of real property lying within said district are required to pay their assessment to rne within 30 days from this date. If such payment is not made, action will be commenced at the end of that time for collection of said assessment and the legal penalties and costs. GIVEN under my hand this 1st day of January, 1932. BELLE D. AGEE, Collector. Note. The said Street Improvement District No. 9 is the district on the north side of Hope, Arkansas. Jan. I, 8 FAVEWEVlLLK-( Claud Fuller said AC bill providing for art $0,000 for a, monumei—„ , iny the battle of ftra Rld» inrl county has been approved war department And the <.»«« tory afftdrs committee and hel it to be passed at this session " gress. , ctmn AND oirmR W9T1WC SPECIAL ASSESSMBp The tax books/or the coll the srieclftj \ asses&ment on y property ffi durb ana QM#t'. Vo. ff fofVthe -p jradlrtg, d/ninlng s ^, icen placed in'my hflriti crs of rpal property &irig district , are required Ifl assessment to 'me within this date: If such payment" ma'dq, action wijil be cojJMrteli, he end of that jUrac for th* ,c~ ion of said assessment and the;} cnaltics and costs. GIVEN under my hartd thl» l of January, 1932. BELLE D. AGEE, CoU« Note: The said Curb 4ind t_ District No. 5 is the district on ; north side of Hope, Arkansas. Jan. I, 8 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT The tax books for collectlln special assessment upon real ,.in street improvement district .._ of the City of Hope, Arkansas,,! the purpose of paving those par all streets within the bounder said district and the streets Ij therein, reference is herein mi the ordinance creating said dji have been placed In my hands. All owners of real property Jyl; said district are required to'pay' assessments to me within 30 days I this .date. If such payment Is made, action ' will be commence^ the end of that time for the cOlli tlon of said assessment.and for penalties and costs. This tax may be paid without ally on or before February 15, UK for the convenience of property , ers the undersigned collector wl| at the Citizens National Bank, U said city, from the first day of ruary until the 15th day of FebrL, 1932, both days inclusive, for thej pose of receiving and collecting tax assessment. Given under my hand this 111 of January, 1932. BELLE D. AGEE, ColU, This is not water and.sewer d| but street improvement distric Jan. I, 8 Ww o by Buying Your Supplies From Wiggly , Where Price and Quality Predominate. Flo ur Country Club 48 Lbs. 75c Crackers Country Club 2 Lb. Box I9c Grapefruit Texas Marsh Seedless Fancy Size—Dozen 39c Oranges California Red Ball. Large Size, 35c value. Special—Dozen 25c PET MILK 23c Puts the milk your family needs in 3 Tall or Breakfast, Lunch 6 Small and Dinner Matches Swan, High Grade 6 Boxes ISc Toilet Tissue—Ambassador 3 Rolls We Soap Deal |2 lOc Camay Toilet Soap 'l lOc Palmolive Beads lOc can Dawn Cleanser All For 25e Soap Luna Whit Laundry 6 Bars ISc Pan Cake Flour, Washburn's Kitchen Tested. 1 pkg. regular price I5c—1 pkg. lc Both For 16c Pickles Heinz Dill—Best Quality. Large Size—3 For We R. L Patterson's FIG Ba rs 2 Pounds 25c Macar on i 2 Pounds 25c Coffei Frenrh Brand Pound STRING Beans 3 Cans For 25c Rice Whole Grain 6 Pounds 25c Prunes 4 Pounds 25c MARKE SPECIALS Government Insf Meats Only Dry SalTM( 3 Lbs - 2S< Old Hickory Smoked Bai Lb ISc Pork Sausaj Made Country Si Lb tOc ^•^^^^m^^WWWM Neck Bon A Lbs. Oats Country Club 3 Lbs. 7 oz. I9c Candy ChflcolaJe Cream Center Cream Center Pound lOc Soap Crystal White 8 Bars For 25c Corn No. 2 Standard 3 Cans For 25c Free Delivery Peas No. 2 Standard lOc Sugar i Pound* $I.OO Lb. Pot Roaii Lb 15c IWwwimMHjMHHM|M Round Stes loin Si Lb aoc Spare Ril Potatoes 1(1 Lbs.- I9c PorkShoi H»lforWb«l< Lb lOc (••••^^•^^•^•^^^H "^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^•B Frwh Fwh and Buffi

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