Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 6, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 6, 1932
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»;%»«.','«," swr w^y.rrs* ,f*' • - • •"" l *n~ 7f~' ' * " •< • V r, iNSAS SOCIETY. NEWS Id Henry Telephone 821 •• »•.*«"•"" LITHE GRACES .y, uneapetted thing we see, [_ in* highway of our common i ift our heart a singing melody travels with us all the weary He* It Is a clump of blossoms, J and sweet, lift pure faces from the dusty ' gran. fiftetihiefl when children run with jMftr feet if 6wn youth quickens, just to see therh pAsit. |0 day. so gray, but some odd golden Ktiefts to sudden radiance, and we „, )f Heaven's doors were opened • In a dream— f tender grace of god's divinity. —Selected. Miss Elizabeth Malone spent the f*ek end visiting with friends and ilatives in Little Rock. At the special request of the out 1' town members, the Pat Cleburn ihapter of the U. D. C. will hold belr meeting on Thursday atfernoon i t 2:30 o'clock instead of 3 o'clock as revloUply announced, at the home f Mrs. R, T. While on North Washington. lite many friends In this city of : In. A. G. Wftllis, will regret to hear i f her death in Los Angeles, Calif., on ' 'uesday, January 5. Mrs. Wallis was ; prmeHy a resident of this city, she : i survived by her husband, two sls- • ers, Mrs. R. L. Lowdermilk of Bos/ell, Okla., and Mrs. A. B. Gordon of 1'rescon, three brothers, Harry, Arch i nd Jewell Moore of Hope. i, Miss Mary Carrlgan has returned from a holidays visit with her brother, Judge AU Carrlgun and Mrs, Carin Wichita Falls, Tex. ' Mrs. G. Frank Miles has returned from a holiday visit with ricnds and relatives in Warren. I Miss Nell Bennett underwent an operation for appendicitis Wednesday morning at the Julia Chester Hospital South Main street. r, Mrs. M. E. Wright of Fort Smith arrived Wednesday morning for a visit Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bridewell. '' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McRae and baby who; have been guests of Mr. McRae's mother, Mrs. Julia McRae for the, past week have returned to their home in Houston, Texas. ; Miss Beryl Henry, city superintendent of public schools, Mrs. O. A. Graves, chairman of P. T. A. District PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Impart* Color end Beaut* to Gray and FaM Hair HUcai Chcto. Wki.Pitchom.N.t. This Week Only Special reduced price for shampoos and finger-waves 50c In traducing Ruth LaRue Turnham, of Dallas, Texas, expert operator on fingre-waving and marcelling. W H I T E W A Y Beauty Shop Phone 119 Hope, Ark. FASCINATING- CAPTIVATING— STIMULATING- SWELL Janet GAYNOR Charles FARRELL -In— "DELICIOUS" STARTS SUNDAY —S A E N G E R— LAST TIMES WEDNESDAY "GIRLS ABOUT TOWN" -With- Kay Francis Lllyan Tashman Joel McCrea Eugene Pallettc Bargain Matinee 25c Any Time * BRING THE FAMILY THURSDAY John GILBERT -In— "We«t of Broadway" —With— EL BBENDEL LADIES NIGHT THURSDAY See Thursday's Paper— 6'S NO A HORSE'S WOSB AW A HORSES NECK- UOHEM OFF AT me No. 9, Mrs. Dorsey McRae, president of City P. T. A. Council and Mrs. C. D. Lester, visited Okay on Wednesday in the interest of P. T. A. work. The City P. T. A. Council held their January meeting on Tuesday afternoon at the Oglcsby school, with a splendid representation from each Association. The president, Mrs. Dorsey McRae conducted the business period, at which time full reports were given from the various committees. The tree planting ceremonies were discussed, plans for Founder's Doy celebration in February wove completed. Miss Beryl Henry told of the visit of .............. •• •"•^^•^^^—^^^^^••'••••"••••MajajajaaMBjaji National Guards Win Three Games Local Quintet Itsuei Chal lenge to High School of County Three fast basketball games Were played at the armory, Tuesday night, Guernsey played two games, ane With Rocky Mdund, and the 6th«? with the National Guard team, who also played two games, The other guard game was against an Independent team frofn Oakland. The first game of the evening Was between Rocky Mound and Guernsey. At the end of the game the score was tied at IS all. A three minute period was played to decide the He, and Rocky Mound was , fortunate enough to add 2 points In this time. The second game was hard-fought from the start to finish. South stars as Horace Kennedy and Guy Watkins Dr. Hedger of Chicago, who will address the P. T. A.'s in this city some lime in March. Miss Voile Reed told about the origin'of tree.planting days, Mrs. O. A. Graves, chairman of District No, 9, tojd of the splendid work being done in her district. Circle No. 3 of theWoman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church held their regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. L. W. Young on South Hervey street, with Mrs. A. K. Holloway and Mrs. J. A. McLarty as associate hostesses. Miss Mamie Briant opened the meeting and the devotional was given by Mrs. Earl White. During the program, Mrs. D. B. Thompson read an article, entitled, "Is America Christian?" and Miss Mary Cornelia Holloway rendered a piano solo. The following officers were elected for the year: Miss Mamie Briant, leader; Mrs. E. P. O'Neal, sec- rotary; Mrs. D. B. Thompson, treasurer. During a short social hour the hostesses served a most tempting sandwich plate with hot coffee. SALESMAN SAM By Small Bat's a Good Egg! see. * oet.iv/eR vOK£ SAM! O'S u_ owe o ( Tfcose KMOC.KOUT <3e ft PUNO+<=S -SPSC.IAC. 6 £ " ( TUftNKS. OL' SOCK 1 TUESDAY NIGHT January 12th at 8;30 First Road Show in Two Years 1A/UV WAIT AND SIT IN THE WWrlf WW.HI I BACK ROWS AT CROSBY GAIGE'S PRODUCTION OF CHANNING POLLOCK'S GREAT PLAY, THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL IT COSTS NO MORE TO SEND YOUR MAIL ORDER, AND GET YOUR SEATS BEFORE THE BOX OFFICE OPENS ; $2.00, $1,50, $1.00, 75c (of return wj[ tfcfcet* OUR BOARDING HOUSE By Ahem IT AT A AU 1 V6U tc %_ ™ ^n \ « \ i -, 60* M& A efALF CAPS, SHOE a. « •nta. u. s. pAf.orr. „ ., tVMBVNEA SEDVIce, INC. Z- « • played for the independent team, but the guards displayed superior teamwork to win. 20 - 15. Pate, Wylie and Griffin starred in this game for the Guards. The lost game played between Guernsey and the Guard team, started off fast and tight, neither team getting much lead in the first half. After the half, however, the Guard forwards worked toegther and ran up the score in the final period to Lifer Caught by Oklahoma Office | MtHJf MOfe-ifHtoa fteW netds, who escaped August 9, 19tf, from the Arkansas penitentiary, whettf he was serving a life sentence tot a murder in White county, has been captured in tulsa, Okla., Warden Tod* hunter of the penitentiary Was Advised Tuesday. , Reynold* Was a trusty at prison camp No. 8 acting as a guard when he escaped 1 at night after locking up (he other prisoners. He was sentenced in 1923. Installment on Hoover Program to Be Held Up •WASHlNQTON-^-The sixth installment of the government's $?00,> 000,000 building program which was to have been sent to congress this month will be held up because Of lack of funds to pay for it, Jugoslavia is planning to electrify state owned mines in five provinces at a cost of more than $17,600,000. 1 a» la* 1 Sound, travelling at the rate of 1,128 feet a second would take 32 hours to encircle the globe. a challenge to any high school team in this district for games. They have been negotiating with the local high school for a game but no definite date has been set for : this tilt. The boys are working hard and earnestly and aer developing teamwork to a fine degree. Another series of games will be played at the armory Friday night when the teams of Columbus • will meet those from aPtmos. Both boys and girls games will be played. In addition the Guard team will 'play 'a game but their opponent is as yet unannounced. • 26-12. Leading the 'attack in this game were Griffin and Pate, who each made 10 points. Patrick and Conway played good for Guernsey. The National Guard team has won Notice is hereby given that pur- three straight games and has issuedsuant to the authority contained in COMMISSIONER'S SALE. fcttftttttn Ant, Hi ~~ oty n gfQM the P*ny, a J. M. Dod fefrfa W,« J** *••» , «*>«*UI^B^E*«*U House, between th« est bidder, upoft 'fi rnontra the Mbw1n«. being situate la.Hem Arkansas, to-wit: A part of Lots and IleVSft (11) Ifl Hi thlrty-five <35), itt.tltt,, Arkansas, acftOfdifiB to plat thereof, boHndlSi _._. as folloWS:-Beglnnlnif'ai,l east corner of said L6i/ fen ao), then** rtlnlT " along the northerly lii&te Avenue Fifty (SO) t&A ttr point of beginning, nerth seventeen arid, degrees west, One Hu to the northerly lute ,6 bered Eleven (11), along the northerly _.__. . Numbered Eleven (11),,: (25) feet, thence souttL one half (17%) degrees 1 dredFeetUOWtothei Bast Third Avenue, Twenty^five (25) feet to"' beginning. Said tract of',: a frbntage of Twenty v -fiye East Third Avenue by ft '(' Hundred feet. Said sale will be subject^, proval of the Hempstea'd^ Court, and the purchaser j quired to execute &o{6'3' approved personal sec;;' " purchase price and/a jl tained on said landkSi for the payment of sftld 5 The purchaser- may, and pay his bid for.s if he so elects. '' . Given under my 1 hand tl day of December,' 1 -"**" " Wl Commissioner in'( Atty.Plif. Hon. Pratt P. Bacon, ^ Texarkana, Arkansas. 'J Dec. 22-29. Jan 5,1932. . f ,\ WRAPPCD IN No. 300 DU PO PROOF CFUOPHANE Th J. "S. .V our >/ERDIC T 9 19)?. I4GC7TT « MVIM TOMCCO Qh Ltight up ,.. Convince Yourself that Chesterfields Satisfy F LIP OPEN a pack of Chesterfields! Help yourself to a cigarette ... Light up... aud lei's get the facU. Mister . . . you're dead right. They're milder! 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