Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 8, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, January 8, 1932
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! v fc * , *&^M^. .^u^^^^^^^^^^^^^b gfik Henry Telephone 821 %" t«K|tt*«* of The St*f* SliW Beckon Y«t wa cannot follow, Blindly we grasp Aftd yet do not attain. W« sink to earth, Mfcn scoffing mutters Dreams are vain. Hope calls again, W« feebly answer, We look unto the stars tn«y kindly beam. Wte rise to unknown heights They softly murmur follow the gleam. Our dMfems, we'll take them •> to the stars They'll understand. Their depths we know could ne'er be felt By mortal man. —Miss Rosalie Arnett, Emmet, Ark. • Miss Elizabeth Bridewell was hostess on Thursday evening to the members of the Thursday night Bridge Club at her home on South Shover Street. The roms were bright and Inviting with the season's flowers and bridge was played from three tables. Miss Margaret Bell was a Special guest. The high score favor went to Mrs. Dale Jones. At. the conclusion of the game, the hostess served delicious refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Jim O'Nell and Mrs. M. T. Smith were Thursday visitors In Texarkana. ' Miss Evelyn Johnson had as guests on Thursday evening at her home on EaSt : Third street, the members of "Just ft Mere Bridge Club" and Miss Clarice Cannon as spcical guests. The rooms were attractively arranged for three tables. Miss Evelyn Lewis won the high score prize. Atter o series of. pleasant games, the hostess assisted by her mother, Mrs. Aline Johnson served a most tempting sandwich and salad plate with hot coffee. Miss Maggie Bell had as Thursday night guests, Mrs. J. B. Shults of Fulton. . The Brookwood Parent Teachers' Asoclation will sponsor a benefit bridge on January 19, ut 2:30 in the " afternoon and 8 o'clock in the even- Ing, at the home of Mr. and Mrs Walter Carter on South Elm street. A most interesting meeting of the Pat Cleburn chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy was held on Thursday afternoon at the Barbecued Pig at the Green Parrott Inn North. Main ' v Japet and Charlie in i their gayest . . fastest .". happiest romance . . with lots of laughs by Brendel. Janet GAYNOR Charles FARRELL -in- A'DELICIOUS" SUNDAY-MONDAY NOW '. • ' Winnie LIGHTNER Charles BUTTERWORTH "SIDE SHOW" In -SATUHOAY- JOHN MACK BROWN a Thrilling Western That Thrills "LASCA of the RIO GRANDE" — Also— COMEDY— SERIAL Danced With Hoover's Son Miss Gracic Roosevelt, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., had the first und last dance with Alan Hoover, son of the president, during the holiday dance at the White House. Young Hoover was host to more than 200 young people. home of Mrs. R. T. White on North Washington street, with Mrs. P. A. Tharp, Mrs. R. L. Harmon, Mrs. J. E. Schoolcy and Mrs. F. S. Huntley as associate hostesses. A short business period was conducted by the president, Mrs. Edgar Briont. Roll call responses were items concerning Lee Jnckson and Maurey. The program for the afternoon, on the author, Dorothy Dix and the City of New Orleans was presented by Mrs. W. O. Shipley with Mrs. J. A. Henry giving an interesting account of-the life and writings of Dorothy Dix, followed by the reading of some of her newspaper articles by Miss Mamie Carrigan. Miss Maggie Bell closed the program with a paper telling of the carnival, Madri Gras, held in New Orleans each year. At the conclusion of ihe program, the hostesses served pie and salted nuts with hot coffee. Out of town members present, were Mrs. Wilbur Jones, Mrs. Wallis and Wrs. Walker of Ozan. A pew member received into the or- r<fr Columbus MM, ft ft ttofriail and Miss ffartWS Eternal! Visited with relatives In Wash* Ihfton Tuesday of last week. J, S. Wilson, Sr., was a business Visitor to Schooley Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Johnson and children spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Miller Stuart at Hope. Mrs, Verda Coulter, and Mrs. Esther Steele of Ashdown, Mrs. Maude Dilard of Ashdown, and Mrs. Oeo. Briant Noosho, Mo., were guests of friends icre last week. R. C. Ellen of Camden. visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ellen here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Morley Jennings of Waco, Texas who have been spending he holidays with Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Autrey returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson have re- Burned fro ma Christmas visit with Mr. and Mrs. James W. Green at Houston, and John Wilson at Shreveport. M. S. Bates of Hope, was a recent visitor here. Mr. and Mrs, Morley Jennings and Miss Mary Galnes Autrey were visitors to Little Rock Thursday. J. E. Bishop of Mena visited with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bishop Friday. * Mr. and Mrs. John Simms and Miss Julia Slmms of Lake Village spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. J. R. Aulrey and family. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Darnall and Miss Frances Darnall were guests at a turkey dinner Friday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Lile In Hope. W. W. Ellen and Clarence Ellen spent the week end with relatives in Shreveport. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johnson of Fulton visited with relatives here Sunday. E. S. Greening of Hope was a visitor here last week. Mr. Murphy and Mrs. Hicks of Nashville were guests of friends here recently. Mrs. R. C. Stuart has returned from a visit with Mrs. W. B. Booker in Texarknn. Mrs. S. H. Smith of Washington, and Mrs. William Gilbert of Liberty spent ( Friday with Mrs. T. T. Clendenin. Mrs. E. N. Evans of Shreveport, has returned home after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ellen. Mrs, H. H. Darnall and Miss Frances Darnall were week end guests of Mrs. John Hawkins, Jr., at Foreman. Miss Mary Goines Autrey and Miss Janle Johnson were visitors to Hope Monday. Barney Stanton of Saratoga, was in town Monday. John Griggs and Eihcl Intrepid! In dimming Pollock's "The House Beautiful," coming to the Saengcr Theatre Tuesday, January 12th. Sr, , second baseman of the St. LoiitS C«r» dlhAls, liked, his tour to Japan With the major leaguers so well that he plans to extend it into a trip the World. Shanghai, Hongkong, Manila, Singa- por6 ( Port Said, Naples, Genoa ant Marseilles are on his itinerary before the "Pbfdham flash" is due in New ¥01% February 2. A recent letter from Prlsch to the Cardinals' trainer, Dr. Harrison J Weaver, reported the infielder ha< gained 10 pounds in wegiht since the cruise began. Ordinarily he spends the winter months hunting and skat* Ing. Frisch batted .404 on the Japanese tour, winding 1 up the invasion secohc to Lefty O'Doul, wh chad an even .600 Grasshopper 'Devoured Attaches to Automobile OMAHA, Neb.-UP)--K Walter S Jardine's plan works out, the grass hoppers will be hopping irit6 his hop per, Jardine, a Nebraska state represen tative, has applied for a patent on h: machine which is calculated to "de •our grasshoppers as fast as they ar hatched." His device, attached to an automo bile, is a tall, shaft-like apparatus, omewhat resembling part of a thresh- ng machine, The 'hoppers are sucked, raked and jlown into a hopper, where they're ground up and expelled 1 in neat fur- •ows for use as chicken feed, fertilizer or fish bait. Washington Locals ganization, Prescott. was Mrs. John Allen of Mrs. M. E. Wright, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bridewell for the past two days, will leave on Saturday for her home in Fort Smith. Mrs. R. B. Stanford entertained the 'members of the Wednesday Contract Bridge Club Wednesday afternoon at her home on South Elm street. Contract bridge was played from two .ables, with Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp scoring high. Sporsonecl by the Ladies Auxiliary of St. Marks Episcopal church, the cantata "The Coming of the King" by Dudley Buck, under the direction of Mrs. Fred Marshall, will be rendered by the choir of the First Baptist church of Texarkana, on .Sunday afternoon ut 3 o'clock. Free-will offering. Personal Mention Max Cox returned Wednesday from a business trip to Little Rock. D. A. Finchcr, manager of the Montgomery Ward store here, lias been detained at his home on account of illness since Sunday. He is improving nicely, however, und is expected to return to his duties in a duy or two. Mrs. 13. C. Lewis, of the Marinello Shop, anil her assistant, Miss Sibyl Smith, went to Little Rock Thursday on business. They are to return Thursday night, Soviets have invited unemployed engineer to come to Hussiu for jobs. Probably will put them to work on the teppes. Dr. T. J. Robinson, who is traveling for a Kansas City durg firm, spent the week end at home with his family. Miss Charlotte Mallock, of the Washington high school faculty, spent the week end in St. Louis, the guest of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gilbert have returned to Washington from Hot Springs, where they have been for the past two months. Mr. T. N. Cttts and 1 Miss Mary Catts were business visitors in Ozan Wednesday morning. Rev. J. L. Leonard spent Wednesday afternoon and evening in Ozan, on business connected with the church here. Mrs. Joe. A. Wilson left Saturday for Longvicw, Texas, to join her husband, who is in the oil business in that territory. Rev. J. L. Leonard 1 filled his regular appointment in the Methodist pulpit Sunday morning and night, preaching to a large congregation in both instances. Mesdamcs W. R. Pruitt and J. W. Butler spent a few hours in Hope shopping Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. T. B. Haworth and Miss Dora Parsons, accompanied by Mrs. J. . Webb, of Ozan, were shopping in Hope Tuesday. Mrs. Ruby Wilson was called to Pine Bluff Sunday on account of the illness of her little grandson, Harry Burton Puddephatt, who is sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Sam Merrell, who has been quite ill the past few weeks was carried to Hope Saturday for treatment. Her condition is reported 1 as much better. Chas. S. Holt, Knight of the Grip, was on the streets of Washington Monday. Miss Mary Leonard has returned to Henderson State Teachers college aft- spending the Christmas holidays with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Leonard. Hard Times, Soft Words Halt Budapest Duelists BUDAPEST.—(/P)—Hard times don't deserve nil the hard words said about them. Here in Budapest they prevented what might have been a fatal duel. Paul Javor, actor, had words with Zolton Egyed', theater critic, and the upshot was a challenge and grim arrangements, for a duel with sabers. Then, just as the weapons were about to clash, lha referee exclaimed: "Gentlemen! Think a moment! At a time when the whole country bleed? with distress, can Hungarians permit themselves the luxury of attacking one another with sabers?" ' Whereupon the duelists threw away their swords and kissed each othec.on both' cheeks. Lost City Found in India Upsets Aryan Tradition LONDON.— (IP)— The old theory that civilization was brought to India by the Aryans has been upset by the accidental discovery of a lost city dating from 3000 B, C., says Sir Edward A. Gait, chairman of the Royal Society of Arts. R. D. Banerji, of the Indian archaeological department, while exploring in the lower Indus valley found ruini built on the site of an older settlement. A great variety of ancient remains were found, including seals with legends in an unknown pictographic script .resembling those found at Susa in Persia. "These discoveries betoken a pre- Aryan civilization that was farther vanced than that of the same Days of Yore from th* flte B* in Egypt and Mesopotama, ward said. Sir Ed- An English professor lias okayed slang. Henceforth school children will be able to understand their teachers. SAENGER Night at 8:30 First Road Show in Two Years SEATS NOW Prices—$2.00, 51.50, ¥1.00, 75c CROSBY GAIGE'S PRODUCTION Of CHANNIMG POU0CK3 KAY ABOUT THE GLORY Of NOW THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL BY TH§ AUTH08 OF *THt FCKWWTHe ENEMY New Hope Miss Olene O'Steen of Washington spent the week end with Miss Myra Lee Boyett and attended the New Year party at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bakers', Friday night. Misses Hazel and Roxie Watkins of Spring Hill spent the week end with home folks of this community. A number of young people of this community gathered at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker's Friday night for a New Years party. Everyone reported a real nice time. Bro. Dock Samuels preached here Sunday. He will be back the next first Sunday. We ;ire sorry to report that Bill Fulmer of this place is very ill. We hope he will soon be well again. Misses Roxie and Jettie Watkins were shopping in Hope Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Recce Arrington spent | Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tyler of Bright Star. Miss Roxie Watkins has been ill the past few days. We hope her u speedy recovery. There is lots of moving taking place in oui- community and we want to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and family, who are going to move here from Providence. DARWIN STORE Eggs Fresh Country 2 Dozen 37c Ol KEEN-KO 2 Pounds 23C Potatoes SWEETS—10 lbs....:12c IRISH—10 Ibs 19c Pork-Beans Wilson Certified Brand 1 —Can 7C Kraut Bulk—3 Pounds IOC Sorghum Special—Gallon 29C Flakes 3 Packages 25C Ketchqp Heinz—14 oz Bottle 2lc Co ffee Hello World Brand 32c Written for a Jazz— Had (ieneratory Headline: Slump Hits Fur Coal I Sales. Thut's going to be an awful j disappointment to the rabbits waiting J to h<» promotrd to Hudson si'.-il.s. « MEAT MARKET SAVINGS HAMS End Cuts—4 to 7 Lb. Average—Kound Pork Shoulder Roast Pound Sliced Bacon Rindlesa—Found 16c Pork Chops Pound 15c Pork Steak Lbs. Beef Roast Any Cut Forequarter—Lb. Choice Loin Steak Pound 15c Beef Stew Lbs. 25c Armstrong's Pork Link Sausage—1 Lb. Carton 23c Sausage 3 Pounds 27c Move to Save Water Mills As State Park Sites DES MOINES, Iowa.—(/P)-So that all reminders of pioneer days in Iowa may not be erased in this modern era there is a move afoot to preserve old water mills as sites of state parks. Jacob Crane, Jr., and Prof. Floyd A. Nagler of the University of Iowa are making a survey of the 25 of the 50C mills still in operation in Iowa for the state board of conservation. January ft, 114? A BOMB SHELL Of IW: the Portland Argus says that While the two sons of Messrs. Daniel Wooden and Danlfel Gould were digging foe clams on Monday in the Back Cove hear the channel, they discovered the trim of What they thought was a large iron jug. After digging around and tugging for sometime, they were obliged to get some tackle before it could be taken from its bed. It proved to be a bomb shea with the powder yet in it, which was thrown from Mowatt's fleet, on the memorable 15th of October, 87 years ago; the day when this town was burned by the British. It measured 38 inches in circumference and weighed ISO pounds. Capt. Lemuel Moody and Mr. Munkey well recollect seeing it pass over the lowri. It was the only one that passed over that day, the-others all fell among the houses and exploded. It seems as if there should be no doubt of this curiosity. , THE FAILING dfJTHE MAIL: The mail failed again on Sunday ngiht in consequence of the rising of the Saline. The ferry boat at that place, we are informed, was carried away by the high water some two or three months ago, since which time, no mode of crossing has been provided by the person keeping the ferry. The aw, we believe, makes it incumbent on the keepers of all licensed ferries to have boats in constant .read- ness *o transport all passengers, lorses, wagons, etc,; under a penalty of two dollars for every 30 minutes they are detained by any neglect, and if such be the case then why it is that the law is not enforced. The contractor should see to this matter. It is his interest as well as his duty to faciliate the transportation of' the mail, to see that the laws are enforced against all • delinquent supervisors of the road as well as the ferrymen. Unless something of the kind is done our mail communication withtthe east will be interrupted by evfiry rise of water. • We are indebted to the polite attention of the clerk of*the steamer, "Belle of Illinois," for the alte New Day failed to rush to the altar tot ty. Marriage llcfcfaaii ty en*** Affttir &•; latt fifteen day! in 1_ White: Lent Powell i Terry, Emm«tt Rfl COat, Hotlfe Route 4 Wri and O, B. Chisrrf, Donate Wlngf The first mill in Iowa was built in 1829 when Zachary Taylor instructec officers to build a saw mill for use in constructing Fort Crawford. Colored: Earl <f ._ nie J, Harris, Hope 1 } Washington ftouW i Miller, Sieving; Othella Petty, Col and Jessie 'Black, 2; Roy Pdnnington er, MeN&b; J. W. Washington, Mope; and Nathaniel Delo Henry Flowers and , mart, Ozan; Julius J Wyatt, Patmos Route Anderson and 611ft; Henry Marshall and , Patmos Route 1. The county clerlt's to show about the u licenses Issued where fflfej quest the record not W<; will win her way to TREASURED RECO\ Concordla Intelligencer^ the operations of the' says that within ten* searching through 28 feet under the sissippi, opposite near that point, it recovering nearly \f from amid the ruiris ' the old steamer Messrs. Collins' ton, have this rels of whiskey for cash. Orleans papers. The Bell of Illinois is a new boat brought into the trade by Capt. E. S. Johnson, and is intended to run regularly in the upper NOTICE TO The undersigned ington on the first a his shop for the m&nu celebrated cotton gin, t prepared to .furnish „„ others in want of gin* wi» article' with all the al ments, which he "will Bed river. We predict that under so 1 cash or to punctual, < courteous and obliging an officer, she v J. R., Off* 1932 Grocery Trade and LARD Limit 1 Bucket 8 Pound Bucket NICE GOLDEN BANANAS Pound 4c THAT GOOD PEKO OLEO Pound 10c FANCY POTATOES 10 „. 16c FANCY WINESAP APPLES Doz. PEANUT BUTTER Pint Jar DEL MONTE PRESERVES 4B 15 oz. Jar BROOMS Corn Flakes Good Weight and Good Quality Kellogg's 4 Packages 25c Tomatoes Full No. 2 Size Can 65c MATCHES Box 2c Salt 25 Lb. s.ckZ3C Dining Car Coffee Make 1932 a Saving Year. "LetUsHelpYou" JHAWWE MIUIN6 CO. »ll«WNrt, OKIA.U.S.A. . Try a Sack and Be Convinced In- Pawnee's Best 24 Lb, Sack. ..55c 48 Lb. Sack.- Golden Crust 24 Lb. Let's Trade— and You Will Save HAMS Bacon End cuts 4 to 7 Ib. averag Ik Sliced Rindless—Lb. 16c Pork Hams Pound 14c Chitterlings 3 ,>, 20c Liver 3 u 25c Frankforts Spare Ribs 2 •MOT 2 Lbs. Lbs. 25c •MHMMB 25c Slab Bacon Lb. 17* Sausage 3 ..876

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