Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1932 · Page 6
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Sheppard Tills sunshine sure is fine ftttto so much rain. Mr. Wilson, our mail carrier had to come horseback Monday on account of so much rain. Health is fine at this writing. E. E. Austin was in Shepp»rd last week. Fred and Cecil McBay of Lost Prairie spent Thursday night and Friday night with their parents, 3 W. McBay. Miss Lillle Maud McBay was the Sunday dinner gUest of Mrs. Roy Cornelius. Aubra Arnett of near Battle Field is staying with W. L. Cornelius this year. J. M. Cornelius and son, Luther, spent Sunday with Walter Cornelius and! family. Tommie McBay and Roy Cornelius were shopping in Hope Monday. Everyone who attended the musical Monday night at J. W. McBay's reported a nice time. Mrs. Alice Finley, Mrs. Pearl Cornelius and Ed Simmons were shopping in Hope Tuesday. Miss Lillie Maude McBay Is spending this week with relatives and friends in Battle Field! Henry Coleman is spending a few days in Fulton with relatives. "Come One, Come Allf . Urges Max Spring Brook .who attended the singing giv- and Mrs. Rosendale Sun- seemed to tnjoy themselves Sutton and Mrs. Alvie Calhoun and of Providence spent Sunday !• his sister, Mrs. Malone. r.-and Mrs. Jack Terry of Hope, .little daughter and son, Jennie ;and Curtis, spent Sunday with ^parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cusick. r. t and Mrs. W. E. Jones has moved .our community. They will make ...future home beyond Hope. We i'them much success and happiness 'f their new home, i Audie McKamie of Hope called sister. Mrs. Jonah Terry, Sun- J^afternoon. |Miss Rosa Lee Rqgers spent Sunday : Mrs. Malone. r. and Mrs. Lee Ross, Mr. and Jessie Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. ', Rog called on Mrs. Sarrah Brad- Sunday. ^Charlie Rogers was a caller at the !*Jjoroe. of Will Brown Sunday after,,,4'?Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sinclair spent 'Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Joe . and Mrs. John Rogers of Provi- f/y,denee spent Monday night with their 1 '.mother, Mrs. Rogers. "Mrs, John Allen called on Mrs. Chas Prince, Wednesday. v'Mrs. Ban Wilson and little daughter, Gladys ( spent Wednesday with f Mcs, Earl Wilson. ffrT-iafayette Sinclair spent the week erid in the Thelma Galloway home, Yu^ar Okland. The many friends of grandmother Bullock are glad to know, that her condition has improved and hope she can soon be up again. The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Powell Sunday night and took from them their little son, Billy. Funeral services were conducted by Rev Willie Barham and J. F. White, Monday, at 11 o'clock, after which the remains were laid to rest in Harmony cemetery. The berieved have, the .sympathy of their many friends. Mrs. Bettie Hamilton and daughter, Elizabeth of Emmet, spept Saturday night at their old home, with their ro nand brother Jeff Hamilton and family. Mrs. Babel Lambert visited her daughter, Mrs. R. D. Smith Sunday night. S. N. Stark of Centerville spent Sunday night in the home of his sister and aunt, Ellen Green, of this place. Mrs. Berta Bennett spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ola Woodul. Mrs. Retta Honea and Mrs. Matttie Erulin visited their niece, Mrs. Martha Manning of Lone Star Wednesday. Miss Mattie Lou White is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Oma Sampson of Laneburg. The many friends of Mrs. Annie Morris are grieved to know that her health is failing so fast And hope it is greatly improved before long. and Lee Bradford are erecting new building this week. '* The Words Come Easy (to husband who has returned from first game of golf): Well dear, how did you get along with the royal and ancient game? "Oh, it wa»: treat fun,' although I was all at sea at first. Do you know, when the pro told me to address the ballr I couldn't for the life of me think '$T» single word. But I soon learned ^ »R of them.— Tit-Bite. Candid "Would you—er—advise me to—er— marry a beautiful girl or a sensible girl?" "I'm afraid you'll never be able to marry either, old man." "Why not?" "Well, a beautiful girl could do better, and a sensible girl would know better."—Kentish Observer. And Proud Of It The foreman looked the applicant for work up and down. "Are you a mechanic?" he asked. "No, sorr," was the answer, "Oi'm a McCarthy."—Passing Show. THIS CURIOUS WORLD -1 Appropriate WifeC to hubby loaded down with packages): Now darling, the shopping's almost finished. There is just one more package—and that's for you. What would you like me to get you? Hubby: A wheelbarrow, please.— The Humorist. Lost Prairie We are sorry to know that Mrs. J. H. Atkins is suffering with a hone fellon on her hand. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McBay and chil j dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Godwin. Dellion Buckley was the dinner guest of Tom Vickers Sunday. Miss Nettle May Kelly spent the past week, with her cousin, Mrs. Altie Rateliff af this place. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McBay spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Vlcjters. ! . Mrs. Annie Vickers, Mrs. Calla Wormngtotf spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Atkins. , We are sorry to know that Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McBay and family, Mr. and Mrs, Fred McBay and family have moved to Fulton. Void Wormington and wife called to see Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ellinburg awhile Sunday morning. Mi. Hugh Spears ST., spent Sun. day with W. T. Vickers. The United States dime earing the faces on one side and a figure of Mercury on the other was first issued in 1916. January CLEARANCE of Dresses drastically REPR1CED! Winter Styles $2.98 * A wide assortment of but not every size in every style! Ample assortment — but choose RIGHT NOW for better selection. •Canton Crepes, Woolens, Knitted Fabrics and many wanted materials. Looking forward to three bouts in defense of his world heavyweight title, Champion Max Schmeling of Germany is pictured above as he jauntly waved a greeting to cameramen on his arrival in New York. Frozen apples have been kept for The numer of persons on the Federal four months without losing an appro- payroll has increased five per cent ciable amount of vitnmin C. since 1929. Oakland 3. W. LeftiS aftrj don Roy and uncle 8ob Murrill, left Suftdiy morning for Kansas City, by motor. Jack Atftett of BrnmM spent the week end with his aunt, Mrs. Willie Oianton. Mrs. Maud Barton of near Emmet spent Sunday night with her daughter Mrs. Lawrence Ssllee. Miss Susie Lewis of Hope was at the basketball game Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Grace Stay visited Mrs. B. L. Eubanks Thursday afternoon, We welcome Mr. Galloway and family, also 3. W. Lewis and family to our community. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Stoy spent the day in Hope Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davis. . , Olln Whltley and mother, visited her daughter In Hope Sunday, Mrs. Clara Davis. , The Oakland Sunday school has In. stalled a piano. We had a large crowd out to singing Sunday night. Bro. Rlster will preach Saturday night and Sunday, at this place. Partlaud Erwin and Roland Conner attended court at Prescott last week. Money Minded British Guide (showing places ol interest): It was in this room thai Lond Wellington received his firs commission! American Tourist (suddenly inter ested): How much was it?—Tit-Bits. Bodcaw School mt dlsml»ed for two day* so that the roads might be worked, «»1 the buiseti were unable »o run, Classes ' were resumed Wednesday, i P. H. Herrln* spent the week end| with his homcfolks In Prescott the| past week end. Misses Virginia Waller and Mis Louise Munn spent the week end 111 Hope. Miss Lillian IVson spent the week!] end in Magnolia, Bodeaw boys basketball team play-* ed Rocky Mound Friday afternoon ana Magnolia Saturday night. H. S. Herring was a Hope visit Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Dampf word Prescott visitors Tuesday afternoon. Piles All Gone Without Salves or Cutting Itching, bleeding, protruding piles go| quickly and don't come back, if you] remove the cause. Bad blood etrcula-f tlon in the hemorrhoidal..yeins causes! piles by making the affected parlsl weaks, flabby, almost dead. Salves! and cutting fail because only an ln-1 tcrnal medicine ca nactually correct! the cause of piles. Dr. J. S. Leon-] hardt discovered a real internal PHel remedy. After prescribing it for 1,0001 patients with success In 960 cases, he] named it HEM-ROID. Ward and Son! says one bottle of HEM-ROID Tab-I lets must end your Pile misery orl money back. — Adv.f T T T T T T t T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T t T T T T T J T t "r < i i» ~X"XKK"^^^ II \ T NEW ARRIVALS Meet Spring Half Way New printed rough Silks and plain and printed combinations . . . interesting new necklines and sleeves ... new beautifying lines. Dozens of refreshing good looking styles to select from. Our new Spring merchandise is arriingv daily, and we are very proud of the showing we now have for you in all departments. The styles are new and very alluring... full of chic ... designed for the people who care and yet priced within the range of all. Come and see the new colors and designs for spring and study the offerings we have, and we know you'll be as well pleased with our showing as we our ourselves. NEW COATS Copies of models from the fashion openings . . . you know they're new by their necklines—scarf styles, tied capelets and new collarless styles—by their wide shoulders and military silhouettes. They're becoming and practical for all your Spring wear. New Piece Goods For the ladies who love to design their own clothes we have the most wonderful showing of the new piece goods for Spring, and the new prices will amaze you. NEW HATS Turbans, berest and brimmed styles—felts, straw and fabrics— the new shapes. Geo. W. Robispn 6* Co. "The Leading Department Store" NASHVILLE HOPE PBESCOTT - ri i I T 7 T 4k*k T T T T T T i

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