Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 26, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 26, 1932
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i Krt, SI d Henry |tt*llef Ik man's surpoiwtag power, 5BWI8I lihW most tplenflld «j«wt», Belief in *ood— Tr* sdul's rtch food , tfe ft»«rl8h hope flirti every Jmur, Belief, that somehow, right prevails, Tho M<!h ,*>ar, earthly "promise falhi, Wilt lend new strength, tTfltfl «t length Men v «lmit«e their dreams' long-walted CumtTs Victim _t < TB6 Scoffers «ls«d their cruel mirth When *«ery heflveh-sent thought had birth. v ^ De*plte tHelr scorn Of hotfes Ifke morn, Seltef has given n^w Worlds to -earth Watrtd you aspire? Would you achieve? Then, tho men question, flout, deceive Thru loss, thru pain, Let no faith Wane: You must believe, 'believe, "believe. —Selected. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cain have returned from their wedding trip to Shreveport and other Louisiana points and are at home at 321 West avenue D the Woodmen Circle will hold their •annual Installation of officers on Tues. day evening at the Woodman Hall on South Main street. Julian B, Green, who has been the guest of his aUnt, Mrs. George Spragins, while in the city conducting the singing for the revival held at the First Presbyterian church, left Mon- 'day for his-home In "Walnut Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meek of Bradley were week end guests of Mr. and ^Mrs. K. G. McRae, Sr. Miss Mary Billingsly of the Lewisville public school faculty spent the week end visiting with home folks. The Woman' -Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will open their week of prayer for missions, on Tuesday morning at 9:30 at the church, holding an all day service. Dr. J. S.' Lawson, who has been conducting a series or revival services at the First Presbyterian church for the past ten days left Monday morn- Ing for 'his home in Newport. Mrs. A. J. Harlan.of Oklahoma City and Mrs, J. D. McAtee of Paraloma arrived Monday night for a visit with their sister, Mrs. D. H. Lipscomb and ( Mrs. Lipscomb. Friends will be glad to know that Miss Van Galster is recovering from o recent illness at her home on North Hervey street. Mrs. Ed LipKOmb of Little Rock spent the week end visiting with friends «nd relatives in the city. Modern Antiseptics For Personal Use We--escape'many troubles Which afflicted our forefathers because they knew 'rtpfh'infe of the -many personal antiseptics so widely used in today's homes. Every modern woman Tegularly, uses a number of preparations of ' this kind, both for herself and for other members of her 'family. We have all of these in stock and a telephone call Will quidkly bring any of them. Ward &Son The Leading Druggists "We've Got It" PHONE 62 Motor Cycle Delivery —T u e s d a y— HERE AT LAST! THE STAR WITNESS -With- WALTER HUSTON CHICK SALE DICKY MOORE Thursday-Friday You Can't Keep From Loving These Kids! Jackie Cooper Robert Coogan -In"SOOKY" By the Author of "SKIPPY" —Saturday Only— DOUBLE PROGRAM BOB CUSTER -Jn- 'Uw of the Rio Grande' —Also— "Penrod and Sam" Nan Blackstonc, a'bovc, singing comedienne of New York, is to marry soon. The lucky man is Martin Goldring, southern business man. Nan is how on her way to Europe for a six-week engagement in London. The marriage will lake place after she returns. Mrs. Lt W. Youhg'has spent the ; past few days visiting with friends in Little Rock. Mrs. W. Q. Warren has returned from a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Yarbrough in Searcy. Miss Chloe Smith of Nashville arrived Tuesday *dr a short visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A, Graves. Master Clios. Benson and little Miss Betty Ann Benson of., El -Dorado are spending this week In Hope guests of •theh 1 'grand .•parents. -Mr. and Mrs., Chas. Bader. Hinion Health is some better at the present time. W, L. Cox seems to be better. Lit-. tie Katheryn "Ellidge and Dwight Miller also are better. Mr. and Mrsi Floyd Reasons have moved into our community. We are sorry to have Dock Taylor and family move from our community. They have moved near Nichols School house. Ulice Miller collon on Clayton Miller Sunday morning. We are sorry to report that Everett Morrison had the misfortune of getting his foot cut with an ax, one day last week. Olen miller of Mt. Pleasant called on Clayton Miller Saturday afternoon. Arthur Gibson has returned home after visiting his sister, Mrs, Jess McCoy and family of near Lewisville a few days. Miss Marie Thomas spent last week end visiting at Buckner. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Reasons and little girl, are suffering from shocks and bruises caused by a runaway team last Saturday, which threw them out of the wagon. Aaron Foster, Miss Martha White, Paul Hamilton and Miss Caroline Humphries of Magnolia A. & M, college, were visiting in this community Sunday and attended singing Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Gibson have moved near Patmos. MY. and Mrs. Fred Formby of Clarenden, Ark., is visiting friends and relatives in this community this week. Luie Bcarden and George Gibson were Hope visitors Friday. We sure do have some bad roads in this community. Estell Ratliff spent one night last Miss Lillian Quarrels spent Thursday night with Misses Thomas and Doris Hamilton. Singing was well attended here Sunday night. Remember singing each Sunduy, Sunday school at 10 o'clock. At th* Theatre «n«f CWok fefl«, flepieis ways by which GftWpo, Jttidar of a <group of thieves, silenced those who might have appear-, ed against him at the trial. Kldriap- IHg We Boy #*flie family, he threaten- «8<hlt death « the truth w<Cs revealed. CMek S«le plays the lad's ofd 'fife; playing Civil War grand daddy who' on a 48-hours leave from the soldier's home—devlies a clever way to foilj the thugs and, help the cops.' Thursday and Friday America's grandest screen family again raises the roof in Shanty town. Jackie Cooper, Robert doogao, Enid Befinett, Wlflard Robertson In "Sooky," a paramount Dldture adapted from the "bodk "Dear Sooky" by Percy Crdsby, arid directed by Norman Taurog, \vho was named "by the motion, picture 'half df fame as the year's best director for his work in "Sklppy." Let fllmdbm's greatest lltlte stars, their playmates and pals, their headaches and joys, light your hteart with the grand and glorious thrill that tomes only once In a life life time—your own *kia days.- Coming Attractions Listed below are a .group of attractions that are booked for the near fu. tUfe. Practically all of them are hits, and have met with hearty approval Wherever shown: Marilyn Miller in "Her Majesrty Love." Greta Garbo, Ramon Novarro, Lionel Barrymore. •xiwis Stone In "Mata Hari." "Manhattan Parade" with Winnie Ligritner ! and Charles Butterworth. Jack Holt n ''Maker of Men." -Buddy Rogers*- "eggy Shannon in "Working Girls." Wallace Beery, Clark Gable in "Hell DIVers." Robert Montgomery in "LovJ ers Courageous." $6tsmt of -the tmSteMftti ; MA 19ft I'ortd probably Would bis UftatJJe to ftittt tHta buro-en. The oommission required ent "routes bb maintained. To tdke cave of lMtlon of its purchflges, the-goitth era Pacific was olifhorlisd WBlue sttfAc of 68,2$ ahtrves. The Missouri Pacific, (he §(, 9an Francisco, -the WlssotM', Texhs, the Chicago, Rock lsteBd''«and Pacific and other lines had ob]4ctefl its the duqufcltidn, f^ftPIng trade rootes would be closed 1 . > The Cotton Belt TifiB 1809 mile* df main Hne and several hutidifde miles of brandies find trackage rights. The Southern Pacific controls 18,026 miles of which 9.140 are west 'Paso. Rosston Rt. 3 Salon Simpson got bit in the face by a horse Saturday, and was taken to he hospital at Prescott. We hope he was not seriously, injured. Several 'of this community ment to he home 'of Mr. Fairchild near Mt. Moriah, Saturday. Mr. Fairchild died >iday. Mrs. Roy Waters spent Wednesday night with her mother of Village. Willisville ball team played Bluff City Friday night, score was 34 to 9 in ayor of Willisville. The Willisville jzoys played several gomes at Hope Saturday and Saturday night willing 11 the games. Earl Beauford made a business trip to Waldo Friday. Miss Birdlee Martin spent several lays with her cousin, Miss Estline larlor. Mr. and 'Mrs. Hnrtsfield Martin spent Saturday riight with Mr. R. L. Martin nd family. PARIS.—The value of Paris, accord-' ng to n survey of the Municipal Coun- ! 11, is $8,320,000,OW). This" assessed val- lation, however, does not include the amed and valuable Norte Dame Cath- oTral and grounds. The estimated val- ic 'of Louvre is $250,00,000; the Elysee 'alace, $120,000,000; the Opera, $125,[100,000, and the Luxembourg Gardens, 60,000,000. UL wit»v»i 0,a.w ate weal, uL-"m maw* With the Cotton Belt the Sdflthern Pacific will have 21,135 miles ot if its accepts the conaitibri. i Besides the condition 'keeping _,. routes the comrtiisslon requires 'th«t the Southern Pacific cottjpSfly 1ft^t" .direction of that, tribunal, Utty 'l- Waco, Beaumont, trinity and SaWne 'and the- Paris and Mt, Pleasant Ml* roads. , Another cohdltion Was that the«dfn- pany agree to accept Hny addftidfJal minorit^ stddk tendered to.it foT-'ttf •change prior'-to 'January 1,183$, bn'ih* basis of one share of Southern Pacific stock f$r ffve shares of Cotton Belt comrrtotj andHhree shafes-of Sotithern Pacific stock .for five <>r{WRoh Belt preferred. ( •. :'.':, Stvong system ftssuifefl • j "The principal benefit 'to the "ptib- lic,">sald the c8mn1!ssion, "Wlft arise i fr6m the indlusloh -Of. «he/G(KM)n Belt as. a sylteia. 'Une-'wllh the Tekats : 6Kct New Orleans. > ''Such a unification /Will 4hstffe •••>'{ strong -competitor /for 'the:' -MlssiBtftS' Pacific in the Rio Grafide valley 'and, will .permit system, handling ..of., trat-l fie to and from important Texas points from and to Memphis, St. Louis and points beyond. The Cototn Belt must depend principally upon,bridge traffic frfr its continue^ existence and "" plica-tft IS T)est'situated and constfttitea for f umishirig such' traffic. ' At the dame time 'the cb'mftiuniOfes served by the Cottdn Belt',will over r Sou t them Padflc control, ; be assured o'f a strong transportation system." ; / The Southern Pacific'heretofore has had direct entry to the principal Mississippi river ports only at Ne\fr Orleans. Acquisition of the Cotton Bell adds virtually every important river Crossing from St. Louis south. Big Feet Tack "Dogs" on Alabama Baskdteer TUSCALOOSA, Ala.-(/ip)—His mates call him "Dogs" for a godd 'reason. John Freeman, Alabama 'basketball guard, wears the '''biggest '•nU'mbet twelve shoes he can'get." "Dogs" is one of the most promising sophomores on the 'Bama 'basketball team. Despite the fact that he weighs 195 pounds, he :is7:$St*nd his man seldom gets aawy. Freeman was an end candidate for the Tide football team last fall. He failed to make his letter, but showed such rapid improvement toward the end of the season that Harold Drew, end coach, expects -him in the midst of thingV next season, Russellville Alex Buswell and wife spent last sunduy with Lum Manning and family. Joe Martin and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Martin near Ross ton. . Mrs. Ara Ellis is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Homer Dillard. Mrs. Edd Russell was the dinner guest of her son, Bab Russell last Wednesday. Susie Martin and family spent last Sunday with C. G. Bennett and family. Emma Lou Almond, Ruby Ellis, Lillian Bennet and Maudie Almond spent Saturday night with Gerteen Sutton. Mrs. Lela Sutton spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Elbert Manning. Mrs. Robert Manning and Mrs. Uarl anning spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Bennett. - - THIS CURIOUS WORLD -~1 Tte CAUSEWAV. Greater Value for th« its* H*SI*v! GOODYEAR A U-WEATHER Come in and see how little it costs right now torlcjeon, the most popular tires in the world. TUNE IN Goodyear Coast-to-Cpnst fjB«3 Radio - Wednesday eveoiog ARK. MACHI1 Specialty Co. Phone gS? ti. Walnut Boff, of Hdpe Dean BaTJghefty, 'fe* him pftrtysiven at the home of Joe -..-- - f .ih8se who-Bttewded. J. D. M6MllIen has been an (he »f*k M a4the«f^ he is tetter at thte wfTtlnit, ' f /. M. McWIffla'ms attended chtnWh- at Shdvar Stftiday. ; Miss Bessie 'McMlllen spent Saturday nigltt with Her Sttter Mrs. ViOlSt Daugherty* Mr. Kenny Russell and mother, spent SUflJuy ftlgHt with Mr. andK/frs. Kerwlt Mitchell. Ray Wew'ffllfcm's Spfen't'Suhday atfer- noon »t the Geo. MolWWletj home.' ,, 8hn Kaftwr called on Miss Alma' Degh -Aftiold Saturday nigW. Vlhfrh Arnold ^peht •Ssturday. nfgMfr with Barley Vines. Qraifdma Ruggles Is again confined to'her, bed. We hope she win sodn be J "" JJ aln. , » ' — Douglierty'spe-ftt awhile SsfMir- % afternoon at'the G-. ft. McMliien Suck Ellis spSnt. .Saturday riigTit HlgHt with - his little'coustft Wilbifm Catidle, - ILeo Farmer lias beeh on the Sick list. ' • ; : , ! Katbe'r of Providence called-on Iss Farrel MltcHell/Saturlflay night: BluffjSprings R. E. DillBj'd. and Louis fillls are on the sick list Hhis week. Mrs. Edna .Butler wte Jthe guest of her motjhier :Mi*. Lizzie Cafttion Friday., .• ;;.. v.•.-,•. .;-..'. . -.. . . L.' H,'liaTrrlS and family were""fhe {tfelts df 'Buster Ghormtey and fam- ly Sunday. ••Several ffdrit ,thU community at- ertded -the ftmeral •& 8tnt Fairchild, at Mt. Moriah Sunday. Mrs. Opal Carlton spent Friday with Mrs. Lizzie Carlton'. . Jeff Loe - and wife - were • -the guests. of R. E. Dillard Friday Wght. Lorirtie 'Ray Mtfttfcfon is Staying with his sister, Mrs. Dollie Carlton. Miss Clal-a Parris was the guest of 'Misses ftUth Blanche Purtle Sunday afternoon. , Tttay GhoYmlejr spent Sunday after- Moon with W. L, Shipp and family. Eddie Sar'lton and Wife and Lonnie Ray Mrittison were the guests of ; R. L. PuMe ahd 'family Sunday night. R. L. Purtle and W. L. Shipp were; Pftscott visitors Monday. . T, Ht StHler wid %nil^ *f j t»lstted relatives here Sunifey. . Rfr 1 . llnd Wrt. ft, A. Butlerl Wet! •«tr«fesr 4n «ie j»we -of c, S. of Bsde^W, Saturasy nignti ' ' KRmort Waftin Witto a bufeineW to! ««H.JP«d a y and Satxifiay. T. T. laftey «Ma folks, ^rmlrly'of weSctftt, Wovefl wto our* vlclftfty thfi past vmek. • a w. JBiftier mm «aia«ii^ night wlfli MiC ^n9'MM. G. H. *tfflfef. l > Chris Butler anflv Burl fieeVeif made 4 ttft* 1 tb Hot Springs f rtday "wl«h jfro. duee artd.re«Jrt «gnf» 'pretty -dull. Mr., and M«. 4w»k't3ew18 have moved'eh the iftt ' ' ' y Bu£k Marvin ., H.,W, Butler and Mrs. <ih were week end .guests lard arffl family. tih, "and Mrs, G-.^T. Mssan Visited Clifton fltrtler and family Sunday. Re"v. fi, C, .Bright of ^cfttdti, wafi -the gtiestmf Mr. ana Mrs. <3, C. Hitchell Sh'turday 'night arid idled his regular appoiritmerft at Unltm-« Sunday. Ride to <i«itt<rtine Urged , And ftlHeWi 4»y. Itlcklng to be done, Ntefc wlB da it PARIS.—(/P)i-*re^ehTS*5MM^Js eon-, demhed to de'ath'by/the guillotine may ! heVeaf ter s^eed to theh- -doom by au- tombbile, hfatead W iJelng lumbered thither Ih a hoftecTraWn carriage. The mVeclfuj" si»eed wiih wWch M. Delbler, -Pfance'i official hdadsman, performs.his -guesome task ttrice the victim has reached the fodt 'of the sca'ffbld is Counteracted, say humanitarians and penologists, by the!ordeal of 4he jerky, nerve-racking ride from prison. to"Parls a big van, drawn *by. two black horses, is used. It is a successor of the open tUbbril, -In 'which Kin^ Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, - and revolutionary, leaders'.w^re^difajvn tb- 'waVd'the ministrations o'f "the-wiabw; 1 iri the -go'ry-days of the French" revolution. Phone 180 The Electric Num^'ef BACON ELECTRIC COMPANY WED N ESDAY^ONE O AY wit, ¥ J*-..\.\ ,..-x- -! "* •»- v *' 8a 'tresh Country i • Dozen V*V?fl i * ' 41 ' Shelled-Pound; ? .% Ovaltine •*' ""'.A* 'SjKSdafttiC&dt ' \f _ . ,.,^,±lll Cn**e & Sfcnbom Middlebrooks • Oopr.. 1938, Tht "I know my LUCKIES lOVER'S IANE AIU Lola woi pounding Ih* Ivorlol In an loway chin-cmq houia.Than com* th» "t(r»Qki' < --ond h»r w»»kly Good Ntw» jumped from $45 lo f490. OvchJ Sh«'« a rac- <ju*t««r . . . formtrly wtn»n'» t«nni«chanpf»n Of the Southw«»t. Htr la»t plcturt, "Bt-BAD BOY," wa< UnlvvveiUg accloiraed. lola tan* ha| tnoktd {.UCKIES for hw yeari... H*r iiqavd ttgtemtnt ha* no pur»t-»Wn9»oHgch«d to it. And to w« "Much "I know my LUCKlES~my throat told me the first time I »moked one how kind they are. And it's been LUCKIES ever since. LUCKIES are the only cigarettes I can smoke before singing that do not give me a fere throat, Yaw improved Ceflophane wrapper Is great, too, That easy opening tab is » stroke of gcaiiu." j?/? It's toasted YogrThrofltPrortcHpii-

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