Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 2, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 2, 1932
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/;- Telephone 821 IJTOW comes and sorrow goet, to If flecked with shifts and showers; y# tne teflf of grieving flows, iw We BrrtHc $n happy hours, totals thnt our neighbors boors, isier let us try to itiake them: «lp8, perhaps, bur neighbors w6ar, rt us do Bur best to break thefh; •om the straightened hand and mind >t us loose the binding fetters! if. us as the Father designed, flko the world o litlc better. —Selected , The regular monthly meeting of the rookwwid P. T. A. has been post- me'd, but the study class will meet omptly at 2 o'clock in the library the Brookwood school, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Haifa-Griffith nnd tic daughter, Marylee ara guests Mrs. .Griffith's aunts. Mrs. W. W. ihrtsbn and Miss Naomi Falls at Fair ere Farm, Nashville. Mrs. Griffith as formerly Miss Margaret Anders ol is city, nnd Mr. Griffith was reared Prescott, they will make a short sit with their friends and relatives hi ape before returning to their home Oregon. Circle No. 2 of the Woman's Mis>nary Society of the First Methodist urch met in regular mofttly session i Monday afternoon at the home of rs. Dewey Hendrix With Mrs. Ken|th Hamilton and Mrs. Joseph Lusas associate hostesses, with 24 ibers and two visitors present. J. S. Corgile conducted the de- >nal and a splendid program was n by Mrs. Henry THtt, Mrs. John jld, Mrs. C. M. Agee, Mrs. Bert i and Mrs. Lex Helms. Three new bers were enrolled. Following a t business period n delicious salad was served with hot tea. s. Elliot Johnson of Jonesboro nr- d Sunday for a visit with her nts, Mr. .and Mrs. O. F. Ruggles. c regular meeting of the Paisley . A. will not bo held on Wednes- biit the association will join the r associations in a Founders' Day gram at the now high school on uary 17. e Bay View Rending Club will on Wednesday afternoon at 3 ck at the home of Mrs. John S. on, Sr. Mrs. George Spragins will the program. rclc No. 3 'of the Women* Mission- Society of the Mclhodist Church Miss Mnmif Briant leader, held • ITariuary meeting at the home of Ernest O'Neill, with Mrs.-N. P. cill ns joint hostess. The meeting cd with song and prayer followed short business period, at which , Mrs. Bessie D. Green was elect- ccretary, to fill the place vacated Mrs. Ernest O'Neill. A call was c for books, magazines and pats by Mrs. Stith Davenport, Mrs. .. Thompson gave a beautiful de- inal. followed by an unusually .g program led by Mrs. T. A. Br, she was very ably assisted i rs. D. B. Thompson, Mrs. Ernest 111, Mrs. J. L. Stringer. Mrs. D. lush, Miss Mamie Briant, Mrs Vhttc, Mrs. Etith Davenport and f Bessie D. Green. The meeting with a song, followed by pray- Miss Briant. During thu social the hostesses assisted by Master [ O'Neill served a delicious salad After Divorce? Mrs. Nancy Hoyt Curtis, author of "Roundabout," an expose of New York society, and other* books, is establishing residence in Reno. When asked if She was in Reno to divorce Edward Curtis of Boston, to whom she was married several years ago, her reply was, "What do people usually come here for?" Pnt Cleburn Chapter of U, D. |11 celebrate the 200th anniversary Re birth of George- Washington |eir regular monthly meeting on gday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at home of Miss Maggie Bell on Main street, with Mrs. W. W. |ett, Mrs. S. L. Reed, Mrs. Bell ; "and Mrs. J. K. Green as asso- hostcsscs No. 4 of the Woman's Mis- firy Society of the First Meth; church held their regular month- nceling on Monday afternoon at Illume of Mrs. Ralph Routon on th Pine sli'jet. A most inspiring/ ptional wiis i riven by Mrs. Henry Stuurt, using the 13th chapter of Phone 380 The Electric Number BACON ELECTRIC COMPANY Romans to establish her subject, "Women's Citizenship Responsibilities." closing with prayer. The circle united in singing the hymn, "More Love to Thee." Mrs. R. M. Briant gave a very interesting and instructive talk on the Mexican Mother, Mrs. Don Smith, the newly elected leader, out- liricd the work for the year, followed by a reading entitled, "I've Got The Mumps" by Miss'Kathryn Reed, two piano solos, were rendered by Miss Evelyn Briant. The meeting closed with a prayer during a short social hour, the hostess served a delicious salad plate with hot tea to 19 members. After a week end visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Harbin, Jimmie Harbinlefl Tuesday morning for Conway, where he will resume his studios in Hendrix college. Varying from the usual (monthly program. Circle No. 4 entertained at a Get Acquainted meeting at the Methodist church on Monday at 1 o'clock, when a most tempting two course luncheon was served in the ladies parlors, on one long table, laid with damask, centered with a bowl of lovely spring flowers. The invocation was given, by Dr. J. L. Cannon, Pastor, and a most entertaining program was presented by Mrs. Chas. Wilkin including two vocal selections by Mrs. George Ware, a piano number by Mrs. John Wellborn and a reading by Miss Lois Ferguson. In a very clever contest, "Women of the Bible" Dr. Cannon and Mrs. J. W. Anderson received the favors. The luncheon was followed by a short business period, at which time the devotional was giver, by Mrs. C. B. Presley. Mrs. W. T. Blackurd of Longview, Tex., was an out of*town guest. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Portcrficld announce the marriage of their daughter,. Dove to Ed C. Brown. The wedding took place on Monday afternoon February 1, at Texarkana. with Dr. R. O. Brunk pastor of the First Christian church reading the service. The wedding was attended by Mrs. J. S. Rouse, Mrs, Kd Brunazzi, Mrs. Jimmie Alexander and Mrs. Daisy Hutchinson. Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Brown motored to Hope, whi'i-e they will tie at home at 315 West Division street. Mibs A{!alha Matthews loft Monday for San Marcus, Tex., where she will attend the South Western Texas Teachers college. Mrs. C. C. McNtill and little daughter, I'ogt/y are spending a few days visiting with friends and relatives in the Saenger ANfl darbo and Ramon Novafrb Irt Mate Hari," with Lowls StofiB and Lionel fiarrymoro. Ad.ded subjects, Paramount News, Screen tWURSDAY AKO M«DA1? "The Manhalten faradfe, 1 ' an all technicolor production, starring Winnie Llghtner and Charle|BuUerW>rth. Smith St Dale Comedy. SATURDAY ONLV Double program—Bob Guater Irt "The Law of the Rio Grande." Ak6 "Penrod and Sam." Added short subjects. "Galloping Ghost," and Gar- toon. Ruth Judd Held Praecox Sufferer Insanity Expert Says Alleged Trunk Murderess "Has Delusions" PHOENIX, Ari.—(XP)—Opening volleys in the battle of psychiatrist? were fired by the defense Monday in the Winnie Ruth Judd murder trial after Dr. W. C. Judd had described his wife as a. frustrated woman who "dwelt on thoughts of a child." Dr. George W. Stephens, superintendent of the Arizona State Hospital for Insane, testified Mrs. Judd "did not know right from wrong" on last October 6 when Agnes ^Anne Le Roi and Hedvig Samuclson were slain. "She has paranoid delusions, particularly in regard to people," Dr. Stephens said, adding that she still suffers from "dementia praecox with a paranoid fixation," The psychiatrist said the slender bobbed-haired defendant had told him a number of things that he was satisfied were not true. Dr. Judd told of his wife's plans for a child, which never materialized, and said that at times she seemed to believe she had a baby. The trial was resumed Monday after a recess of several days due to the illness of two jurors and Mrs. Judd, who was suffering from a severe cold. Mrs. Judd protested against resumption of the case and was threatened with being handcuffed before she abandoned her fight. Physicians had said she was able to return to the court room. Mrs. Judd, Dr, Stephens said he had observed, suffered from irresponsibility of emotions: £fl Hitt's to Open Thursday Bfown-BIlt Stofe Owned by Henry Hitt and Ralph Bailey Hope's new and exclusive she* store Is to be formally opened Thursday, according to an announcement in yes terday's Hope Star, f o be known as Hitt's Brown-bill Shoe Store, it is owned by Henry Hltt, who resigned from Geo. W. ( Robisoh & do. last month to go into business* for himself; and Ralph Bailey, .who was for several years with the ftrm of T. R. Billingsley, and its predecessor, Johnson, Billingsley j& Ridgdill, of 110 East Second street. : Free souvenirs are announced with each purchase of shoes Thursday, FrU (fay and Saturday. Also, all visitors are to be presented with a' souvenir gift in honor of the opening. The store is located at 109 west Second street. Carpenters and painters are finishing the work of remodeling the store day, and the entire opening shoe stock has arrived, and is now being placed' In their shelves. The newly, constructed display windows, and the handsome interior of the store add to the appearance of the shopping district. L. D. Sikes, factory representative of the Brown-biH Shoe Manufacturing company, arrived in Hope Monday, to assist in arranging the store, and in conducting the opening, He expects to remain here all week. Sikes states that the new establishment is similar' to several hundred other such stores, Which handle his line of shoes; each of them being owrted by men in the town in which they are situated; but which are stocked and operated according to plans that have proven successful in similar towns. This assistance from the manufacturer in merchandsiing and advertsiing has enabled Brown- bilt shoe stores to sell shoes for a low retal pirice, Mr. Sikes told The Star today. Canary-Mouse Trap EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Mr$ ;j Mary Kohl was setting a trap for a mouse when the telephone rang. She answered it and while talking, "Jimmy," her pet canary, who had the run of the house, approached the trap to taste of the choice chedse with which it was baited. He pecked at it and the trap sprung, breaking his neck. Dallas, Tex. The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church met in monthly business session on Monday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Clove Andres the president presiding. Following a most inspiring devotional led by Mrs. Andres, the< regular routine of business was transacted. Mis. J. F. Brewer, Jr., of Little Rock arrived Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Judge and Mrs. L. F. Higgason. Treasury Still Stands Firm for Tax Increase WASHINGTON.—(#>)—Dtecpite €he decision of both democratic and republican members of the house ways and means committee to increase no taxes on 1931 incomes, the treasury remains firm for the retroactive raise. Undersecretary Mills so informed Speaker Garner at a conference, adding that the only alternative was a greater increase in miscellaneous taxes if the budget were to be balanced in two years. • \ \ The congressional stand, however, remanied firm. Monday the committee will hold an executive session on the revenue bill which must be drawn. Hearings will be reopened the next day, and continued until those who have their views to offer complete their cases, permitting the drafting to go on. The bill should be ready for the house some time after Feb. 15. Italian Farmer Unearths Effigy of Roman Ruler NAPLES.—(/P)—While plowing at Fozzuoli near here, a farmer unearthed a beautiful marble statue of the Emperor Adrianus, more than 1,OCK years old. The head, right lew and left foot were missing but were found nearby The statue, more than eight feet in height, has been placed in the National Museum of Naples. Tuesday and Wednesday Together for the First Time GRETA G ARBO RAMON N OVARRO The Screen's Most Perfect Lovers in "MATA HAR1" —With— Lewis Stone and Lionel Barrymore Coming Thursday "MANHATTAN PARADE' The Season's Graetest Laugh Riot r . . mn Out- Honored Ouftt The House of Hits 1932*8 Pi en of the Students at Ashland College, Ashland, Ohio, may be a little ahead of themselves, but they've already named Mary Ann Scarborough, above, Queen of the May as well as the most beautiful co-ed in school. Her home is in Nova, Ohio. . His Big Mistake BALTIMORE, Md.—Harry C. Liedlich will be more careful of the roads he picks from now on. He turned on to a railroad track, thinking it was an automobile hi|\iway. As he drove down the bumpy roadbed he saw a fast express rolling along toward him. He managed to leap out of the car before the train plowed into it, wrecking it completely. i" ' LONDON—Heat from the interior of a volcano's crater and from hot springs is to be exploited commercially by a former Grecian admiral. The volcano which will furnish commrecial heat is that on the Island of Santorini and 1 the hot springs are those of Aedipso and Thermopylae. During 1931 a million country folk moved to big cities. Maybe they were seeking a little solitude. Written^ M t or- <fef Ih 82 yeafs seKdlhg fetfttte American af my troops ,10 Chf«s t**» Written Sunday on a scratch 'padV Leaving the White, Hbusa <$ohf<*- ehfce where the decision waft reached to send the soldiers, Secretary ttUrley and. General Dougws MaeAtlhur went to,lhe former's office. Dfftftifig their orders quickly, they handed them to Major General Van H. Moseley, deputy chief ot stalf. He, In turn, sat down at a type- Writer In his absent stenographer's bfflce and using one finger at a time Carefully typed but the instructions. 6 while ceptive, w spoiu*-i» ft. himself, I Is not dat&s." •„.. .? EXTRA SPECIAL VALtjJ^I Only. Savings on tilings •„ . J ,,, _ Free Delivery Service,^gj Soap 8 Bart P. & Bart Soda S& Packages , '^w* "ore Goff GOLD Wittt Large Pecans .. Shelled-Pound -'A! Potatoes Fancy Sweets . { • BusTiel '' : Chase & Sanborn Coffee an MIDDLEBROG GROCERY COMPANY As Near As Your Phone She's the "Dime-a-Dance Girl" and her story, the new serial by Joan Clayton, begins Wednesday Evening in the Hope S Star ^^^pi ^«**«^^ p ^ Give me Lucky Strike every time THEY'RE DOTTf ABOUT DOTTY Dorolhy MacKuill's great-great somolhing-or-':!ln:r v.cis Bobby Durns, the famous Scol.h poet, and she's as popi !t;r in Hollywood OS golf —'nollh r S.-o)th import. Her favorilo |u i U u Brazilian monkey. You 'i o ihc monk In the new FIKST NATIONAL PICTURE, "SAFE IN Hfil." Dorothy ha» smoked LUCMtS for six yeart, end no! a ti::-t -.•£: i-aid for her itotemL.il, • j -.viMi: mcking a sweeping b•-••.• •••"'i saying, 'Irianki, p^ii.,- Macksill." "My throat is all important to me. No harsh irritants for yours truly.Give me LUCKY STRIKE every time. And pat yourself on the back for your new Cellophane wrapper with that tab which makes the package so easy to open," ** It's toasted" Your Throat Protection •qgqinst Irritation_- against cough Andlwoislwre-Proof Cef/Qpfiane Keeps that "Toasted" flavor Ever Fresh TUNE JN ON J.rfKY STRIKE-60 modem minutes with the ttw(d's finest dance orchcsiras and Waiter YVmchtll, U-!M c/ i.iJuv /^conies tli# news o/ tomorrow,every Tuesday* Thursday 0n4Saturdayc".iiin£ ovi-r N.B. C. networfcs. !•»*•»! ' * »*

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