Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 30, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 30, 1932
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ft* tt But to* ¥*ni| fiwff wttat you UN» fe*. Tfcw't.fnM, what yw» mk ten IF you see %ut your shtdow, Itetteniber, we fray, ftel the suft is mtfr s But you're In the way, fiott't grumble, don't blustef, Don't dream and don't shirk* Don't think of your wortles Bui think of you* wo»k, TRe %WH«N will vanish, Th» work -wlU be d<m«; m one tees his tnsd Who face's the rtm. |W**.««I drifts li* oceati&ft, wfthout **• by tiff Xttt Josephine Motrig is spending * *S!* «!lJ" K «W !»«« >SM l* Mrs. Cfraet C«tt«« in Sfifeveport, . , tK« Ladle* Au*fll»y of St. Ejjtteogajf church .will meet MI Monday attwnooh at 3:30 6'olecR at the Bom* o* Mr* C. C, Spragfrti MI South ffei-Ver street, After undergoing a tonsil operation at the Julia Chester hospital, Miss Kathleen Rhodes has been removed to her home for convalescence. fflmet George and MM, Mary Taylor ol Memphis^ are house guests of Mr. and Mrs, E. P. Young. Circle No. 2 of thV Women's Mission ary Society of the first Methodist church will meet on Monday, afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Dewey Hendrlx, with Mrs, Kenneth Hamilton and Mrs. Joseph Laseter as associate hostesses. Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Rauch and Misses Miriam Carlton and Elizabeth White arc spending the week end visiting with friends and relatives' in Searcy. In a. "(Jet Acquainted" mealing at the First Methodist church. Circle too. I vrtll entertain at a 1 o'clock luncheon, on Monday, All members are urg- -ed* to- be present at this- meeting, and 1 gtt fined up for the year's work. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Crow, who have been- guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Kaufman left Friday morning for their home in Mansfield, Tex. Circle No. 4 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. Ralph Routon, with Mrs. .John P. Cox as joint hostess. Mrs. R. V, Herndon has returned from a short visit with friends and relatives in Little Rock. The Woman's Missionary Society of the, First Christian Church will hold their February meeting on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the home of Mrs. E. M. McWilliams on East Third street with Mrs. W. Q. Warren as joint hostess. There will be an aluminum. demonstration and all members d io be present: ' y' was hostess an . «:.in«H>bivB. ot the Friday Contract Bridge Club at ; her .horn* on South Main street, The 5 rooms were bright and attractive with" | early spring flowers and contract I bridge was- played- from two tables ". with Mrs. Charles Harrell as special : guest. High score -favor went to Mrs, W: Q. Warren and Mrs. Harrell. Fol_• lowing tha^game, the -hostess served a delicious salad plate. : Mrs, Mattle Greet of Lewisville i visited 1 .with friends in the city on Saturday.. Circle No, 5 of the Ladies Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church' will entertain at a "Womanless Tea" on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home ot Mr. and TOrs. Dorsey McRae on East Third street. XI which time the men will be given the opportunity to show how well their minds and figures are adapted to fashions latest • — S a t u r d a y— DOUBLE PROGRAM KEN MAYNARD -In"Arizona Terror / -Also- Boris Karloof (The Monster Himself) -In"G R A F T" SUNDAY-MONDAY Happiest Hit of the Year MARIYN MILLER "Her Majesty Love" -With- LYON W. e. FIELDS •LEON ERROL FORD STERLING CHESTER CONKLIN Extra Added Attraction. The Greatest Sport Event of AU Time Clrcl* N«. 3 of the Methodist ehufclr Will meet on Mbn 'iy afternoon at 3 o clock at t»«rhe"te of Mr*. Ernest gJfeW on South Jfc»«y itreet, with Mr*. tf. P. dTMein as joint hostess, Miss Mamie Briant Is leader for this elrclfli Despite the veTy unpleasant weather * wfljfc crowd of HopVg represent*, uvr eHtorts assembled at the- First Baptist <hurch on Friday evening M tt fiHtW«II-compliment to Or, and Mrs. W. AV Boton, who are leaving '<& Monday tot iH«ir ntw w»k in San Mama, T«x. The dntlwr auditorium of thechufch was thrown open and appropriately decorated with greenery .and vasss of levely roses ahd early spring flowers, making a beautiful setting for tHe pleasing program which opened* with three well rendered selections by the Friday Music club choral unit, with Mrs. Ralph Routon accompanying. Mrs. W. E, Locke gave two beautiful vocal selections, folio-wad by a delightful «adlng by Miss Lois Ferguson, expression teacher In the city schools, two numbers calling fbrth a round of applause were the piano solos by little Miss Nancy Fay Williams and vocal selections by Miss Frances Snyder, in which both young ladles gave promise of a brillianl future. Miss Snyder was accompanied by. Mrs. J. C. Carlton. This splendid program closed with two number by a quartette Including, Claud Taylor, J. A. Wallis, Byr 1 onr Yarbrrfugh and George Keith, with-Mrs. J. C, Carl" ton at the piano. Before entering Into the social hour. Dr. W. R. Alexander, with one of his characteristic and pleasing- talks in behalf of the church presented Dr. Bowen withva hand; some traveling bag, and Mrs. Bowen with selections of (table silver, to which dr. Bowen responded, giving a resume of his work in our city, thanking his church and other friends for the h'.ftny kindnesses and courtesies extended to him and Mrs. Bowen, for their partmg gifts and extended the hospitality of his new home, to any who might be traveling their way. DUrin gthe social hour, pleasant conversation, was. enjoyed, followed by good byes and best wishes for the horlorees, who, during their four years in our midst, have made many warm and stanch friends, not 'only in their own congregation, but in all churches and throughout the entire community, who greatly regret their loss, but congratulate San Marcos .on her gain. Delightful refreshments were served by the young ladles of the 'church. Mof fett Defends Unkmut, However, Says That Faulty Rivets May Result in Break-Up WASHINGTON.— (/P) —An opinion that the navy's flying fortress, the Akron, may be doomed to a repetition of the Shenandoah disaster because of hidden faulty materials was given the Rouse Naval Committee Wednesday. Continuing its investigation of the airship, the committee also heard the chief of the Navy's Aeronautics Bureau, Rear Admiral William A. Moffett, repeat that the Akron is the best lighter-than-air vessel ever built. He told how h« thought she could defend herself from attacks on all sides, her five fast airplanes darting into the fray and her 18 machine guns pouring explosive shells at enemy aircraft. . E .C. Davidson of Mount Ida, Va., general secretary of the International Association of Machinists, presented the criticism. He said two men who worked on the Akron, W. B. Underwood of Mad. isonviile, Tenn., and Lieut Col. E. C. McDonald, a Washington, D. C., reserve officer, first brought to him the reports of defective materials. Their complaints, Davidson testified, we^e turned over to the navy with a request that tha names be kept secret because the men feared being "framed, blacklstedi" and possibly made "victims of bodily harm." After the investigation began, both were discharged, Daivdson said, and the navy found no evidence of faulty work. In- the part of tha ship where Underwood and McDonald worked, Davidson said, there were from 500 to 600 defective rivets. "What would be the effect of this poor riveting after the ship had been in the air awhile?" asked Representative McClintic, Democrat, Oklahoma. "She would break up," Davidson an- gwwed. "These two gentlemen informed me that in one of the tests an engine room pulled loose and that it was not reported to the government. I don't know whether that is true or not." a* t stand a^tttrtiev ehft * bw*-, ; „,_— 4* the ftiMft &*:& ._ win see bs a vfeif to fti :*ui** ^- J 8an Felipe church . . .a temporary governor tried tor perpetuate Phone 380 The Electric Number BACON ELECTRIC COMPANY. GUM LOGS and BLOCKS We are again buying gum logs »n4, block* oflic*. mm BASKET our One of the most Interesting Mission churches in New Mexico is the San Felipe de Neri Church in Old Albuquerque more familiarly called Old Town by the modern city to the* east. Established in 1706, the church has been known by three different names. Francisco'Cuervo y Valdez, who succeeded De Vargas as temporary governor of New Mexico, determined 1 to perpetuate his name. He established a Spanish ( town or "villa" in the valley of the Rio Grande. lie called' the villa —and church—San Francisco de Alburquerque, In honor of the viceroy of New Spain, the Duke of Alburquerque, and himself. It became the third Spanish town in New Mexico. Instead of being praised, however, Governor Cuervo Was reprimanded by the viceroy for having established the town without authority, and although his request for church ornaments and vestments was granted, the name of the church and villa was changed to San Felipe de Alburquerque, in honor of the king, Don Philip (Felipe) V. Many years later the church was again renamed, and called San Felipe de Neri, the name it is known by today. » .Owing to the consistent growth and consequent prosperity of the community of Albuquerque (as it is now spell;d), San Felipe has not suffered the tato of Destruction as have so many other' Missions. It stands today as first built, embellished someVhat.,Its spires are remodeled, but it has the | original adobe walls, sapling roof, aod even the flooring in places. It i* stiti the sanctuary & devout natives,, and claims ths'dlstirictlon of betorthe oldest continuous^r-used church In the 'United States* ,„„„ The old leather-bound parish wsgL tersv hand-made, brittle pages yellow with age, are among" the priceless relics of the church. The baptism of, .an infant, Franceses LoOisa Garcia, was made the year of Benjamin Franklin's birth, 1706. The second entry, July 24M70«, is that of the baptism of a Tigua Indian baby, parents unknown, to whom the name of John was given. The latter record was signed by Juan Mlngues, a Jesuit priest, later massacred in ah Indian Uprising. The record books, together with some valuable sacred paintings-by medieval Spanish artists, have been removed from the church for safe keeping, since an attempt to steal them was made several years ago. Lieutenant Zebulon Pike speaks of the church in his diary which he kept en route during his forced journey from Santa Fe to Chihuahua, Mex-; ico, under escort ~bf Governor Alen- casjer's soldiers, whose' prisoner he was in 1809, He was shown: hospitality en route, and was entertained by the priests who were serving the parish of San Felipe de Neri. Pike praises highly the dinner, seVved'niin, and speaks feelingly of the beautiful Spanish maidens he encountered ift* the villa. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH C. F. Erwiii, S. S. Siipt. Sunda yschool at 9:45. Prayer meeting at 7:30 Wednesday evening. Communion at the close of the Bible school nour. GARRETT MEMORIAL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH T. L, Epton, Pastor D. N. Bailey, S. S. Supt. Sunday school at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Singing at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday ngiht nt 7:30 p. m. LIQUID-TABLETS—SALVE 6GS Liquid or Tablets used internally and 666 Salvo externally, make a complete and effective treatment for Cold*. MOST SPEEDY REMEDIES KNOWN. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W. A. Bowen, Pastor We should have a fine attendance at Sunday school Sunday, Officers and teachers are doing some fine work in the different departments. The pastor will preach nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The evening service will close his work as pastor and he and family will leave for their new home Monday. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W. R. Anderson, D. D., Minister 9:45 a. m., Our Sunday school meets in departments for the study of the lesson. "Come, let us go up to the house of the Lord." 11 a. m., Morning worship and sermon. Subject, "The World's Only Hope." 7:30 p. m., Evening worship and sermon. Subject, "Mun Pleading .for Judgment." 6:45 p. m., Meeting of the Young People's Society. 3 p. m., Monday. Meeting of the Executive Board of the Ladies' Auxiliary. 7:30 p. m.. Meeting of the officers of the church. 2:30 p. m., Wednesday. A Presby- terial conference will be held at the church in the interest of the Every Member Canvas. There will be delegates from all the churches of this section of Ouachita Presbytery. Good program. 7:30 p. m., Prayer meeting. METHODIST CHURCH J. L. Cannon, Pastor Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 I p. in. League service at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. in. Wednesday. | THlTcHUReH"oR CHRIST \ John G. Reese, Minister I ,—. | Bible study Lords day morning at, 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 a. m. At the morning servict Bro. .George j S. Benson will speaV on "Mission i Work." | Brother Benson has spent five yews < in China as a missionary for the j Church fof Christ. He was sent out i by the Church of Christ at Morrilton, i Benso nis- throughout America and many foreign' countries' as an educator arid a preacher of the gosple. You should not fail to hear him Sunday morning. There will be no evening services as Bro. Reese is recovering v from an operation at Josephine hospital: Ladies Bible Class Tuesday 'p. m, 2:30. • •• ' M Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. 666 To Candidates For Alderman Both incumbents and aspirants, are hereby challenged to appear at City Hall Friday night, February 5th, in an open discussion relative to your views regarding the future welfare and prosperity of our city government. Voters especially urged to attend. A. M. McKamey -Adv. Marilyn Miller, who has eiutamtf Herself ta'theatre-gow* everywhere as th« star ot "unify" antf "Sunny" outclassed, both hm former svreen achievwnents M the' bwmald who- evolvtf into a baronet. In "Her ;, Love," Mlw- Mil* s«lf,b»r*W« many ways o< which Me is miftifcM. Whether it is 'the lifelftt comedy, verve sit* gives to the dialogue, fte'smiles, 1 tUe WM the,'wnfc4>' ing abandon qf rtw dance, sh« U individual, Peter Fan-ish, and altogether gratifying. ' i Incidental music adds to the gaiety of "Her Majesty, Love" and Marilyn sings several songs that linger in:the minb; and send the audience out of the theatre humming or whistling them. AI Dubin, wh odid "Among My Souvenirs" and other hits, ' wrote1 the lyrics. The piece, by the way, is from the German of R. Bernaud and R. Osterreicher and the famous'William Dleterle—at one time right hand man of, Max Reinhardt, in Germany, directed. "Her v Majesty, Love" has not only a great star: but a flawless cast. Ben Lyon plays the romantic lead. Four of : the funniest of the screen comedians are - in evidence—Leon Errol, Chester Conklin, Ford Sterling and WC. Fields, Others are Harry Stubbs, Maude, Eburne, Alfred: James, Ruth Hall, Mae Madison and Don Novis. Scores. oi..Hollywood beauties are in the 'sparkling cabaret scenes. Two of the,i>oj*ujar musical aggregations take part in^fthe'se sequence^. They are OXf tt f * IMPORTANT , ANNOUNCEMENT Effective- Monday, FebrUaryT, 1932; Motor "Stains S and 6 between Hope, an$ Shreveport will be discontinued, and in)Ben thereof mixed trains 5 and •' Wilt be operated daily, except Sunday, between Hope and ShreveporU Train ....o. 5 to Shreveport will leave Hope at 11:35 a. m. Train No. 6 from Shreveport will arrive Hope at 2:15 p, m, \ No change in othw schedules. For further information, consult the Agent or write F. A. KEY, Jr. Traffic Manager, ^ L. & A, RAILWAY The Better Way Shreveport, La. !*»» Ous Arnbelm's &xwahm Grove Orchestra of the Anbwsiidisr ffotei, LOS Artistes and- l&vefa's' Spilth American Tango Baftd." ' ! J TAe story oft "Se^Maiesty, Love" is dcenea are laid in Mah coast. is first seen ae barmaid in _j. fiito the rlotiou* throng a crowd of gay young blades, by Fred von WrflmgenV scion of 'ft' wewthy manufacturer. .Taken t with, wit oeriuty of the pett'Lia Ta«rrek, v6n WeWngte deiermlhWtO meether. His frieds Wager that he eaiinot get her consent to dance withl hint' She finally agrees with the stipulation that he first propose marriage. Though this Is meant playfully, J Fred finally does propose and the engagement Is duly announced. The snobjbish vort Wellirigen relatives are horrified at his alliance .with- A humble barmaid, and he is bribed into breaking the engagement. ' He goes to Italy and drowrts his troubles in drink. In the meanatime Lias father manages to get her to consent to marriage to an aged and many-times married baron. Fred/hears "Her mferty, toW* is , Millers, most delightful rote.,¥ott Witt never fofget Her as the;butt«rrty Lia ToerrekTtne BarfttSf^wK oBecb'ttles a baroness. Here is a picture for everybody. - Be sure to see* "Her . Majesty, ' -«.s . , Good News For Hope WillfafflS 1 Laboratories haye a«an«* ed to haye a man' in your town who will telKyou about Wlttt*M^FOK- MULA£,tthe Ne w Formula, th^tf MM, who have beenlortu'nata.to get p bottle are so enthusiastic abo'Uti , .- - <<:i This** Formulae is aVailaMe i«i,Aii community for the first: time. ' Oet your fiottle now And see .for youY*«tf what wonderful results it producer 1 Satisfactiott guaranteed or s youe money rfeuttded. , , GET BACK Yoimrw vow KNOW num "WdjrBia- , Recdmrnended for stomach, live* and kidney disorders covering dy*' pepsla, WUousnws, gftMy «tonttch> distress, chronic cortHipatton, tUSt headache, neuritis, n«u«iltto,.rhenrtaW tism, Iam»- back and- g«n«r«l weakness: K*tfp your stomach, liver and kkfi- neys healthy; and suture will do the rest. Get a bottlte today; from WARfr * SOW, DrHf (Uts -Adv. 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