Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 2, 1932 · Page 3
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?«f, •tho portal* et mo«, though bltWf them, and we hear f dirge-like, In behind s opening, stands ajar,— while a golden chain ilf shut, the eager fool do- l/lo Its threshold's mighty . __,.„ ...... He, news-born Christ, the Lord of N>W Year, of our locked hearts near; JB1»H* gives us back Love'* <j*U»1*a key, Otiif .fuiuire 'on us With His eyes has a little ehlld,-*Selected. Ligon of Conway is the guest ' , of hi* JrteteJ-, Mrs. James R. Henry Jr, *; arid Mr. Henry. f , Mr, and Mrs. Max Cox are spe.nd- irtt a few.'days visiting with Col. and Mnf.,Chas. darrett In Little Rosck and friends in Memphis. Circle No. 4, Mrs/Don Smith, leader, Will mftet on Monday ntfernoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. G. Allison, this being the first meeting of ihe New Year a full attendance Is urged. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Allison have returned from, a holiday visit with relatives in Conway and Little Rock , Mrs. M. M. McCloughan was hostess on Friday at a most charming bridge luncheon, with the, Friday Contract Bridge Club as guests. The rooms were In holiday attire and a mos tempting luncheon was served on 's°mall tables centered with red roses still further carrying out the Christmas motif in .the nut cups and menu Contract bridge was played from two tables with Mrs. Tom McLarty scoring high for the club and Mrs. E. P Young for the guests. Guests other than the club members' were Mrs Kline Snyder and Mrs. E. P. Young. Paul Campbell of DcsMoines, la, arrived Friday night for a month' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Campbell on South Grady street The Woman's Missionary Society o the First Christian church will mee Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at th home, of Mrs. W. W. Duckctt on South Elm street, with Mrs. W. O. Shipley as joint hostess. Mrs, Lile Moore wil be leader. Misses Mabel Barnum and Kathlee Campbell entertained at a Watch Party on Thursday evening at the hqme of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Barnum on West Fourth street. The rooms Brt|ht and*Sttraetlve with Chvlst- lecorations and various games " yjfl throughout the evening, refreshments were served. r*Miss Elizabeth Bernier has as guest, Miss Virginia Geycr of Little Rock. . Circle No. 2 of the Woman's Missionary Society ,of the First Methodist church will melt on Monday afternoon i t M. Af*9, With Mr iftd Mrt. 8. L. We hostesses Sf. t at-associate r. and Mrs. P. H. Webb had as recent gtieata, MM. Brooks Webb and daughter, Mellrt of durdon. Miss Mabel Norton. v,-ho has spent he holidays vlsltlhf ' with her pcr- jnts, Mr. and Mrs,- £, OV Norton will eave Sunday for Co. -way, where she s a studont In the State Teachers lollege. Mine* Calllfe and Sue Wesson have returned from a holiaays visit with ' friends end Ark, Stephens, i«ft y to rt l« Califi tttffltd •lilt wealed *p*no* fna» rtolidiyt With His pa Mf, HafWield pUtit to fefflftft* Arkansas. Hi» fimaly will moVto back here within a short while Mr. Harte- field said. BOB STEELE Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Strickland were New Years guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crximp in DeKalb, Tex. Miss Janet Hooper. ha« returned to her hoitte lr» Ozark after a holiday visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, C. A, Oneill B, E. Peterson, who has been the nollday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Burgher Jones, left Friday for Longvlew, Tex., he will be joined later by Mrs. Peterson and daughter, Mildred, in making their future home in Longview. Circle No. 3 of the Wornan's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church will meet on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the'home of Mrs. L. W. Young On South Hervey street. Friends and relatives in the city will regret to learn of the critical illness of Mrs. Glen Frederick at her home in Texarkana. The Paisley and Oglesby P. T. A.'s Study Clubs-will meet on Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the Oglesby school, with Mrs. Gus | Haynes as leader. Mrs. J. B. Scheffer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips were Thursday gucsta of Mrs. Jack Bush en route to their home in Little Rock from an extended trip in Texas and Old Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Griffith were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bernier, en route to Little Rock from Shreveport, La. Miss Maggie Bell and Ike T. Bell, Sr,, had as Friday guests, Miss Helen Terry and Calvin Marshall of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McRae and baby of Houston,' Texas are guests of Mr. McRae's mother, Mrs. Julia McRae and other.relatives... Circle No. 1 of the -Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church will meet on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.'Dari ;l Greeri on 'South Hervcy street, with Mrs. McClanahan and Miss Dell McClanahan as associate hostesses. Miss Ruth Baker, entertained with a watch party and dance at her home on South Elm street Thursday evening. At a late hour refreshments were served to about eighteen guests. Mr. and Mrs. Dale G. Turner of Patmos, were New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Turner at their home on South Elm street. Breaking of Window* t ReftutU in Arrest MENA, Ark.—Chester Couch, Potter youth, whose ideas of fun are said to have been the breaking of all the windows out of the Alder Springs school. house, has been arrested on a charte of malicious mischief. Couch is said to have used the butt of his pistol In breaking the glass, He gave bond of $350 for his appearance at the April iterm of circuit court. "Admiral" Observe. Hi* Anniversary on Paper ( BALTIMORE.-(/P)-Edward P. Dufby, known by seafaring men everywhere as "The Admiral" Friday completed 50 years as a member of the editorial staf of the Baytlmore Sun most of which was served as marine editor. Admiral Duffy who will be It years old next month, Is credited with being one of the oldest active reporters in the country and father of the first newspaper published at sea. It was issued with London type while he was a member of the crew of the Trenton. His newspaper service was preceded by a long career at sea. He said Friday he hacT no intention of resigning now that he has reached the goal he set years ago—50 years as a reporter. ' —In— "THE NEVADA BUCKAROO" —A ISO- GALLOPING GHOST NO. 2 COMEDY -S A E N G E R— N O W! - - Leaves for Funeral of Mother as Son Buried LITTLE ROCK.—(/P)-Only a few hours after she attended the burial of her son. Lieutenant William Letaig, Jr., United States air corps, Mrs. William Letzig of Little Rock left Friday for St. Louis, Mo,, to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Ellen McCarthy, who died a{ her home there Thursday afternoon. Lieutenant Letzig was killed June, 1930, in an airplane crash nt France field, Canal Zone. Polk County to Hold Election for Senator MENA, Ark.—The special election of January 12, for the naming of a United States senator, will be held in Pplk county. The county board of electior commissioners has ordered ballots anc supplies and directed the same precinct clerks and judges wh oserved in the last general election in 1930, to serve for the coming balloting. The board has Invoked a state law fixing the term of election officials at tw years, in making the roder to the precinct workers. Nettles sting because on their leaves there are fine brittle hnirs containing poison which enters tho skin when the hairs are broken. ThankYou! For the liberal patronage given me Ihe last year, while I was connected with the firm of Whatiey & Keen, I thank you. I have appreciated your patronage. D. C. Whatiey Formal Resignation of Judge Bone Is Tenderec LITTLE ROCK—(/P)—The forma resignation of Judge S. M. Bone o Batesville, as a member of the stat highway audit commission was ten dered Chairman W. J. Waggone Thursday. Judge Bone said "it is probable may wish to become a candidate fo office and for that reason, I wish t comply fully with the will of the leg islature, whether the provisions in th act so passed requiring members t resign be void or valid." Although he did not mention th office he will seek, it is generally un d'erstood he will be a candidate fo governor, The audit commission probably will fill the vacancy at its next meeting January 15, Judge Waggoner said. Shakespeare's grave -lies in the chan- el of Holy Trinity Church in Strat- ord-on«Avon, England, -not far from he font irt which he was christened, This old'church-spanned* the bard's rilllant life? arid now marks both its eginnlpg and its end; His grave Is overed by a slab inscribed with o few neis of doggerel popularly ascribed i Shakespeare himself. And near the christening font !s,a ase which registers both rls; birth nd hi» baptism. , Holy! Trinity Church is nestleo* in .me trees on the bank of the-River Avon. It is built on the plan of a ross, With a. nave and transepts. • It early English and Perpendicular in design and dates from the 12th cen- ury. Tradition says.it was built on the ite fo a Saxon monastery which ex- sted before 091. In 691 the bishop of Worcester re- icived It in exchange from Ethejred, king of Mercia. Tren in the centuries o come it was to be built, and changed, and beautified. The church was greatly improved luring the reign of Edward III. John d'e Stratford rebuilt its famous suoth CNl jam But Cow I to Defeat !ft03ft B"OWL, Pasadena, Ca1.-«-(/!p>* University of Southern CaiifW ' Holy Trinity Church at Strflttord*an*Avon, England , , . Shakespeare's ellcs lie In the chancel, and an actress' portrait adorns the pulpit.' aisle during this period. -' The north aisle and the tower were bUllt In the 13th centurp. The transepts, clerestory and south aisle were done about 1332._ And,the spire was erected in 1763 In place of a wooden one. c . Qh the wall Is" Shakespeare's monument. If is a" bust in an arch. Experts say the' monument has little merit as a work of art, and probably little as a portrait. Close to the poet's grave are those of his wife (the celebrated Ann Hathaway),- his daughter, Susanna ("witty above her sexe"), with her husband and child. . • American admirers erected a window in the church representing "The nte triumphed' over Tulane University of New Orleans here New Year's day fp» the football championship of th* United States, 21 to 12. Tulane's famed Green Wave made a desperate thrust in the last half, when {he Trojans leading 21 to 0, they put over two touchdowns and* made good a reputation for being one of the Most dangerous scoring combinations In 1931 football history. One of the stars of the Tulane line* up was Jerry Dalrymple at right end (native of Rosstoh, Ark., 'and high Bch6oi st6r of Preseott, Ark.). It was a 'duel between a good big team and a good little team, California having, the weight, and Tulane the speed arid passing aballty. However, statistics show that f utane outplayed California in every department— and a, break one way or the other made for victory. Tulane gained 378 yards, against 233 for California. Tulane earned 13 first downs, against 11 for California, The Green Wave got 315 yards from scrimmage, while the, Trojans made only 206. Tulane was also superior in passes, attempting 17 and completing five, while California attempted 6, of which one was complete. .^L^2I Two butttandtog ehjiraeters of screen, 4n* « vtter^n, the othef dom'g newest «h(la teamed Ih "the Cham" wyjvMayW's vivid **» Seven Ages of Man." In the south transept is another American window. This one has representations of Amerigo Vespucci, Columbus, William Penn, Bishop Sea. bury of Connecticrt, and the Landing of the Pilgrims. A portarit of an actress as St. Helena adorns the prlpit. The actress was Helen Fausit, whose husband, Sir Theodore Martin, erected the portrait in her memory. Jonesboro Paper Files Petition in Bankruptcy ,_„.__,.. f JONESBORO, Ark.-(>P)-The Jonesboro Tribune company. Inc., publishers of the Jonesboro Daily Tribune, filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy in federal court here Friday. James F. Young, who has been manager of the paper for several months, was appointed receiver by Referee in Bankruptcy Mllinir. A list of assets and liabilities was not filed. A group of stockholders headed by Bruce M. Phelps, acquired the paper about a year and a half ago from.C. E. Palmer, who previously had purchased it from Harry Lee'Williams. The Tribune is an afternoon paper. CHURCHES TIIE CHURCH OF CHRIST John G. Reese, Minister Bible study Lord's day morning at 10 o'clock. Preachinz at 11:00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:15. Ladies Bible class Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. You have a cordial welcome to attend all these .services. , ,,,.. Personal Mention FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH C. F. Erwln, S. S. Supl. Sunday School mets at 9:45; Let's start the New Year right by being on time. The Church Board will meet Monday evening at 7:30 in the Men's Class room. Communion Service will be served at the close of the Bible School hour, Let's all stay for this part of the service. Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Hartsfield and children left early this week for their home in West Texas following a Christmas visit to his parents, Mr. and MHrs. W. J, Hartsfield and other relatives. Experts have estimated that Manchuria contains nearly 89,000,000 acres of forests with a timber stand of more than 150,000,000 cubic feet. Bodcaw GARRETT MEMORIAL MISSION- ARL BAPTIST CHURCH T. L. Epton, Pastor CARD OF THANKS We wish to express' our. thanks to our many neighbors and friends, who were so kind to us during the illness and death of our son and brother. ' Mrs. Mary. Yocom and.-Chjldren. Youthful Deer Hunter Found Shot to Death MENA, Ark.—A gun hammer caught on a projecting limb is believed to have brought instant death to Robert Sherman, 14-year-old deer hunter, of miles east of of Rev.' Sam placed on a "stand" by his father, and was found dead a few hours later, with a charge of bucfahot through his body. The discharged gun lay beside the body, and relatives believe a hamer of the weapon caught on a pine top. Sulphus Springs, 20 Menn. The boy, Son Sherman, had been School opened Monday, December 28 after the Christmas holidays , Hugh Mt-nn of Gladewater, Tex. spent New Years with his parents, Mr and Mrse. Will Munn. Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Greeson o Preseott were week end guests o Mr. arid Mrs. Howell Herring. Mrs. L. A. Davidson is visiting he; daughter, Mrs, E. D. Brandon and Mr Brandon. , Mrs. Howell Herring had as guests the past week, Mr. and Mrs, Osca Taylor of Magnolia; Mr. and Mrs, Ver non Whltten of Providence, and Algi Whitten of Charleston. Misses Marion Pooje and Merl Dampf; Ocie Grain, Jake May an Thomas Silvey returned to Magnoli A. & M. College Monday. Moss Wanda Lee Kennedy is out o school because of a sparined ankle. Mrs. Harley Dampf has returne from spending the Christmas holidays in Texas. HE PUT HIS TRUST IN A FALLEN IDOL! How Iie'v 1 . win your heart as ho fights his father's fight, a laugh on his hips, but a pang in his heart! Wallace Beery and Jackie Cooper —these two make motion picture history In the greatest drama matlo by tho great King Vidor! Sunday School meets at 9:45. Preaching fourth Sunday and Sunday night. Singing first and thircj Sunday ights at 7:30. i Prayer meeting Wednesday night t 7:30. KErv coorer KING VIDOB's Soul-Stirring Production Radio's Use Grows WASHINGTON— That radio is of great aid to the aviation industry is shown in the newly licensed aeronautical stations being constructed! in all parts of the country. According to a report of the U. S. Department of Commerce, licenses were issued to 99 stations during the past yeav. Seventeen stations are now under construction, and when these are finished there will be a total of 116 aeronautical stations on the pir. Happy Landings! BERLIN.— Baron Paul C. Von Gontard, just back from an airplane tour of Africa, tells the following story. The trip in the air was going splendidly until the motor began to sputter over a jungle. The baron hurriedly looked for a place to land and dropped lightly on the veldt near what he thought was a large ant hill. The plane coasted up to the "hill" and nudged it. The "hill" turned out to be an angry rhinoceros, who charged and completely demolished the plane Lead NEW YORK.— U. S. air mail pilots outf ly those of England, according to a comparison fo flying time between air line pilots of both nations. Veteran pilots of the Imperial Airways, Britain's premier air line, which has been operating 12 years, have not more than 6655 hours tq their credit The nine ranking pilots of the Unitec States have an average of more than 8600 hours in the air. Experts in Woodcraft MONTREAL.—Canadian airplane pi lots who fly over little-known part of the northern forests, must be ey parts in woodcraft before they cgi pilot a plane over that territory, Ai lines are now instructing all their pi lots in wood lore, as well «s supplying them with three week's supply of co» 'centra ted food to be used in case o u crackup over the forests. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W. A. Bowcn, Pastor We should begin the new year with a fine attendance and great spirit in ur Sunday School and church. Do four part Sunday. Every officer, eacher and member shoud make ev- iry effort to be present. The pastor will speak at 11 9. m. on, Taking Stock," and at 7:30 p. m. on, Waiting to See the End." B. Y. P. U.s will meet at 6:30. Good irograms, good interest, and good at- endance. We are glad to note that orne of our older people are visiting hese services to see the work of the hildren und young people. of , Wow ^he'WeKfc** toder, will come Sunday W the Thettfd. Wallsoe Beery share honors in the new picttt**, whl$h King-Vidor diflMted. ThrtUsV comedy', andf heart-throbs mingle m the drama, arid much authentic detail was achwlJy filmed in Calient* and Mexican border locales* Beery plays a- broken-down pMS* fighter, rearing his small son amid the squalid 1 surroundings of the bontev white attempting, a "comeback** 1 Tht love of the two fe great Finally the boy's mother, who has married a rich man, seeks to lake the boy that^e may have better advantages. Despite his great love for the child, the old prize fighter resolves to make the sac. ifice. But the dnld runs away from Is mother and'returns td Him. "The Champ" then makes his great resbive and stages an attempted "comeback" Or money to send the child to school. t *^*-* M t""^*** f ' ii f i yTT^*t'"'' fi 11 ' 1 '!'''' ' T ' j| '" • byce Russell called on Mrs. Vernott Darby Saturday afternoon, Miss Opal Grisham spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jqnes of Oak Qroye. Mrs. Oather Russell spent Saturday with Mrs, Chester RUssell/ Mr. and Mrs t Dale Darby and little daughter Johnette spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Waooston Duke. / Mrs. Leola Duke and Mrs. Will •orter and children called on Mrs. Leonard Russell Sunday afternoon. Jim Skinner of this place and Miss Lilian Mullins of Oak Grove wert maried last Thursday. We wish them much happiness together. < Mrs. Henry Boyett and children of Hope are spending this week with her parents Mr. and Mrs, John Skinner Mr. and Mrs. Wootson Duke spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Darby. ' Mr. and Mrs, Earl Vines spent Sun* day and Sunday night with her par Si*'iathe,f of the race ] the dramatis r And the child's theMe>tcafti on scene, the heart-gripping dftfltj , 6ne .cUfs ii—,— ~ T ~ — tries to send the . even to-the point of • later, the pathetic &_..__ away. Vjddr's tntlfeate hl__ are notable thrbughou£%S i 'duction. ' <• -*!".*•« HoUia, Mullens. Ernest Ross and< day with J.,E.'Jon Mr.'arid Mrs. HI Christmas ents, Mr. and Mrs. Green Dorman and family. ' > Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Allen called on Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Allen Sunday afternoon. Little Junior Russell is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Russell. Edd Russell of Union called on his father Sunday afternoon. 'DI 1 PAR1 NOTICE |f __ the partnership Is tween C. W. Keen, trading under thej ley & Keen, ,i mutual consent on; new partnership Keen and «&»/"" formed, to „ , name of Keen «'P All debts owing ip Whatiey & Keen are'-* by Keen ^'Parsons, lions of the old fi Keen are hereby "• paid by the new firm > our handsl January, 1932. Signed: 'D, fcl C. 1 J« f nl 8, 1932. , FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W. R. Anderson, D.D., Minister 9:45 a. m. Our Sunday School meets .n departments for the study of the .esson. We begin the study of Johns jospel. Sart in now so you will not miss any of the studies. We have a [ilace for you. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship and sermon- Subject, "Background for a Christian Revival. Start the New Year right by going to the house of the Lord for worship. Celebration of the Lords Supper. 7:30 p. m.—Evening worship and sermon. Subject, "Short and Narrow Religion.—By request. 6:45 p. m. Meeting of the Young People's Society. 3:00 p. m. Monday. Meeting of the Executive Board of the Ladies Auxiliary- 7:30 p. m. Monday. Meeting of the Officers of the church. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer meeting. Do not miss this service. Arkansas Man Crash Victim; Car Overturns BENTON, ArV.-(/P)-Robert Caldwell, Jr., of Bjnton, was killed near here early Thursday when pinned underneath his automobile which ran off an embankment. Junior Hockersmith of Benton, and two other companions, were thrown clear o fthe car. They were uninjured. When they lifted the machine they found Caldwall dead. The accident occurred about 10 miles west of hero on the Hot Springs highway. Caldwell is survived by his widow, his parepts, and three sisters. <•»• Stamps Marshal Captures Stephens Negro Slayer STAMPS—Elbert Blake, negro, 19, slayer of Brad Pope near Stephens on Christmas morning, was captured Wednesday afternoon by City Marshal Asa Tatom. Every night since Christmas Tatom had been lying in wait for the negro who was. supposed to be in this vi- cnty. Blake told Tatom that he could have killed him if he had wanted to, as he had walked within five feet of him two or thre nights while he was lying in hiding on Ferguson Hill near the Bodcaw Mill pond. Mt. Nebo Health is very good in this community at this writing and people sure are appreciating the nice weather. Mr. and Mrs, John Loha and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McCelanellen spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Horton on the River. Mr. and Mrs. Lan Loha spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Munn of Lewisville Route . Mr, and MHrs. Eldridge Formby has moved to the old Abe Stanley place. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McClellan has moved onto the Monn place. Quite a crowd of young people enjoyed a radio program Christmas night and Saturday night at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones'. Howard Parks was the week end visitor of Rod Hortori. METHODIST CHURCH j. L. Cuunon, Pastor After Fifteen Years LUBBOCK, Tex.—Back in 1916 Herman Kee, then a 10-year-old boy, was hammering on a pice of steel when a small sliver flem into his eye. The sliver caused him no pain until recently, when it became so discomforting that it had to be removed by cutting in incision int othe eye and inserting a magnet into it. The slver was twice the size of a pin head. Sweet Home Items Christmas is over, and the the hearts of m.any parents were made glad by the homecoming of their children- Mr, and Mrs. Mont Montgomery spent Christma,s day with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Purtje in Preseott. Mr .and Mrs. Ross Spears spent the Christmas holidays with their parents here. They returned Sunday to their home in Hampton Roads, Va.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Britt spent Sunday with her parents near Blevins. Mr. and Mrs. Will Galloway of Blev ins attended services here Sunday morning. j Mrs. W. L- McDougald went to Denight Monday to see Mrs. Stell who is very sick. Word of her severe illness was received by telephone late Sunday. Spring Brook There has been three recent weddings in our community: On December 21, Lent Powers and. Miss Annie Terry were married at DeAnn. December 23, J. J. Sinclair and Miss Louise Ross were married' at Lewis^ ville. They were accompanied by his brother Lafayette, Minto Ross and Miss Flora Carnes. December 24th John Rogers and Miss BJvelyn Calhoun were married at Hope, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones and Frank Simpson attended the ceremony. We wish them all a long happy and prosperous life. Mrs. Malone and children spent Christmas with her brother at Liberty Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross and children spent the holidays near Spring mil. Mr. and Mrs. Ray, daughter Dorothy and little sons Lafayette and Aubrey, spent Christmas with Mr. an<fl Mrs. hn Flowers at airview. Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Terry and lit- le son, Byron, spent Christmas with theiv mother, Mrs. J. T. McKamie of ipring Hill. . Mrs. .John Allen spent Christmas sve with Mrs. Wessis Poole, Roy Bruce spent Saturday night with Sam Terry. Mr. arid Mrs. Claud Wilson of Waldo spent Christmas with relatives in his community. Miss Rosa Lee Rogers spent Christmas day with Miss Rosa Lee Brown. Mr. and Mrs. John Allen took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Prince, Sunday. Mrs. Bruce had as her guests, Sunday, her brothers and sisters Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Lent Powell and Mr. Minto Ross and Miss flora Carnes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Terry of Hope and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cusick spent Sunday wtih Mr. and Mrs. Edison Petre. The dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Rosendale Saturday night was well attended. Mrs. E. C. Calhoon and children and Mrs. W. E. Jones spent Monday evening with Mrs, C. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Houston of Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers, took supper with Mrs. C. Rogers Friday night. Miss Gladys Wilson spent Friday night with Miss Rosa Lee Rogers. Everyone enjoyed the singing given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross Sunday night. Especiall Uncle Frank Robison. It was the first time we have used our new books. Mystery to Her Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Board of Stewards meets at 2 p. m. Epworth League mets at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. LONDON.—Grace Katharine Bruce, | Frank Russell, 80. is wondering what it is all about. iamily, Oather Ebeneser We are glad to have the sun shine again after having so much rain. Mrs. Vera Williams of Bingo, Okla is spending the week with her parents, Mr. Frank Russe! and family. Those spending Christmas day with Bill Russell were: Mr. and Mrs Elyett Russell and It has been reported that Lance-Corporal H- W. Merry, of the Royal Engineers, Chatham, has inherited' $125,000 under the will of Miss Bruce, who is said to have died this year. But Miss Bruce is very much alive, and she's now wondering who thinks she's u dead <jnc. Russell and family Mi. and Mrs. J. R. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs Vernon Darby, Mrs. Verna William and Carl Russell. Miss Velnia Lee Russell spent tly Christmas holiday with Miss Floy Mae Russell of 'Hope. Mrs. Verna Williams and Miss Rent It! " y HOPE WANTI! The more you td The quicker you • 1 insertion. Up per minimum ate' 3 insertions, 7c per minimum $0? 6 insertions, 6c per minimum Jl.OO 26 insertions, 5c per minimum $4.00 (Average 5V4 wor^s to the NOTB-Wunt eepted over the. telephone^ charged with the under* that the bill is payable on| taiion of statement, the dr publication. Phone 769 The cheapest and safest'ryu,^,-™.^ cial college in the state is/thejfoijfs States Ccmmercia" --•"-- "•-—'«—"' Write for our terms. By J. ,W. Mgr. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Newly finished 1 spply A. D. Middlebrpoks. Phone 607. l-3tc Three homes, close In for sale at a bargain, See It, M, R «5»* FOR RENT—Bedroom bath, 320 South Elm St. • Oak Grove Health is fine and everybody glad to see the sun shine again. R. L. May and family spent Christ- was with Luil Flonte and family. Miss Avis Woodul is spending a few days in Kilgore, Tex. Born to Mr- and Mrs. J. G. Allen the 24th a 10-pound son. Mother end baby doing fine. Mrs. Nannie Kid is spending a few days with Her sister, Mrs. J. G. Collier. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Collier Sunday with Clarence Sparks and family. and Mrs. Ljster MuU*»s Sunday with D. M. Collier and family. Miss Hattie Jackson and Miss. Blanch Ross spent Wednesday night with Mrs FOR RENT—Nicely furnished apart* '^>1 ment, adjoining bath, garajje, reason. ;.,-t able. 704 South Main. ; ** WANTEP WANTED-Pry wood, Hope Laundry,. WANTEP-Chevrqlet or fWj8Wi! will trade Piano, Radio. Vv?tfo^ «f > equal value. Bensberg M«sl? C0* Post Office. C' 4 ; ing eggs. Must be from fop4 Will pay premium above market • wm Braeraar Hatchery, Tejfwfcana, Artfc NOTICE NOTiCE-Tune an piano at reduced price. Musice Co., §acon4 wJ LOST LOST—Male LewaUen S»tt*P Seven months old. Black ajy} .... speckled. Reward. Retupj & Ottftt Duke. Phone 886, Hope, Ark, fiUt SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES speciilist. Dr. C. 8. Btedjpp, dist, using modern mtttogt U) corns, bunions. w ing nails, is back partmeut Store.

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