Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 4, 1932 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 4, 1932
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swfth tetto«. ****> I « sfflging night BBS a LlilLjL." * : Stfst Weifeulti •/M&lbi fwas «ft* .* ,~-i* In Mope calling miles a»>a ( =>M -? Hannony Emma- fibtlng- awl dtftdrar of $t*- 4*tAttl£> ^tfjtjjUfetiWitltt^ -.if'iAJt' AttrtU __. _ _Rr spem V? HQUBawmjf TugiTC WluT BM** ffl9u-' L 9u9r OWW^? BvCflUnal 91 watr ffeUjr. " , > Wtifh Rogew was a Hop* visitor SattJfday. Lttti* LottlsevDttttsherty is on the sick list at pi^sent. iBsr BMitt* tJMSW vl^Md'with M«n* folks fiw week «d. £u£noId^Ssncafcti- mdl Ilttltt son lidw* Smd^jrfttrttwai edfers at HGwH&fstf visito»»- at tW O*o. McMllten hdtit*'S«klay w«W» Mr. and Mrs. Ae Daugherty, J. M. M»Willian» and Roy Bfcwii&litd^ Aixvotts dand £. DHQ^I* erty and Mrs.-Murtlef McMtt^ox Mr. and MA. Leon Ebling' have Bessie McMffien spent- Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Violet Dougherty. • Mrs. George Hnsiel spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Kermit Mitchell. Mrs. Jett Rogers and son Parker, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Rogers. Quite a few from this community were Hope visitors Saturday. \ •»,"*?* " x • To prevent damage to.lawns, rakes with rubber teeth have-been placed on the market. John IVilliattu ,.'. and customer. ' NEW HAVEWrContt (NEA>~This city has a laundJ-ymaJi who gets howls from his patrons no matter how per* feet hi* work may be. ror Juhn KHflkms, Yale University sophomore, is the proprietor of a dog 'latmdry. He - will wash any dog, thoroughbred or mutt, young or old, from the tiniest Peke to the greatest Great Dane, at * set fee. ••'It's-his method of working his way t through school, adapted when the depression cut short his finances and threatened to- cut short his stay, in college as well. Like some laundries sew, on buttons and dam socks, he'll mend dog collars and fix name-tags securely. And he has never returned the wrong dog to .the wrong owner! faftni Waters i t—^..^ ton «66n« Sftt^irday nitftt aft*! a.*, itirtfcifferkiiigrif •*& %Mm jrfife-il Jbr4ih ftt UI^AOfifv OK OTTv^Ww. W% W tie, 4trf BtteHH&tJ, tM Bttt! f WSf*, , J Ivey Mitelwil and #if* LdSAftf fliftu ^A*^!-. WilNS V 0 " 1 night *!***» of Mr. and Mr». Mr. «nd 'S** Normnn Taylor , M with Mr. and Mrs Jnke^I Russellville Couple Celebrate 62nd Birthday RUSSELLVILLE, nel J. P. McArthur, 85, state commander' of the United Confederate Veter* ans, and .Mrs.. McArthur, 79, recently celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. Colonel McArthur, a native of South Carolina, does not believe in divorces. "In that state when you're married, you're married for eternity, and that's the way 111 be," he said. family, Mr* CllffoM ttette*, were it My. itid Mrs. Cirnest Ch.{*l. • L B, ftawfefl, MM ffeniue er and' SKss Parlee Boswell v ptlative*. at fiodcaw Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bowden had AS house guestsy SatuftJay and Sunday thclt daughief. Mrs. Johnr Mllbum of Quifd- on ' Oth%l .Messtr was the Saturday nlgjft guest of his sifter, Mrs. GernldReyon- of Hew Liberty Doyle Purtle of the Rosston high school speRhthe week end with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hazzard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stevens. ; ..<;>.»'•' Misses Julia and Shirley Beardenen- tertaiftKt quit* » number of their riends Friday night with a party, all present report* da nice time. t»* P.. T.- A. will hoW their ««.. ular meeting FrWay night, on« foMwe of the program will be a tacky party. The K. L 3. society will render a program Friday afternoon. Everyone is envited to attend these programs, ' ' Singing was attended by a large crowd Sunday night, we.would.be glad to have more visitors next Sunday night. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere gratitude to our many friends who were sc> kind to us in our recent bereavement. Most especially do we appreciate the efforts of- the attending physicians who so constantly served *Lavelle, our dear son and brother. We are deeply grateful for the beautiful flowers; for the many expressions of sympathy, and to those who served us in any way. - .,. J. J. Bruce and family. A carillon of 50 bells, one of the largest In the united atnte*, hi* be«t presettted to tmka at Cufham, N. C., by George 0. Alton and WflH«» R* PerWna of New YdrK. They are Installed to the tower ot the new chapel at the school. The photo above shows the Isrgest of the bells, weighing 11,200' pounds; Standing by It, left to right, are President W. P. Few, Dean W. H. Wannamakei 1 , Dr. Robert L. Flowers, secictnry-treasnrer, and F. C. Godfrey, representative of the manufacturers ol til* heiU* I ft H&fJtS 'Mwrnifiy* ft and Mrt, ft L. W«wi &( L . ft W* I*?*** Wttiwr and Nth* ' fu*Ht* WttNMt gptit tt» wMfc t Srnackovef. • M* t. J. Lo*w» tnd Ml« IBS ,«« «rt»rtaine<J tt» TUestUHjr Bifid Cfofe. at their fWWW.here tftte 6. fttaH* (Pcorod high * R. Ortdft »*ond high, §Wf*t * ttlotl cottrt* to and Mrs* H. 3., Wo»d Mrs. Monroe Co* Visitors. T. ft,' Seymotrf" ttofe trip to Moi» Tuesday. Mrs. J- J. Battle was a rei**«t HOT to Texafkatra. Mrs. J. fi ; Shults, Mrs. W. R. Or Mrs. Jett Orton, Mrs R, L. Wa«d Miss Nattni* Jett vtelted In TeXa kana Monday, Miss Pnuttfie Weaver was a rertn| visitor to Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. William Armstrong,* Oklahoma City are visiting refatW* here. Mrs. W. 1. Cox. Jr., entertained Baptist Auxiliary at her home Monday. > Mrs. Jett Orton was hostess to the] Presbyterian Auxiliary, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wilson visited In Hope, Tuesday. T I I: T T *> T T T ^nk i/ ' f-Y 1 r / 3 ' s ^^. m LUCKIES are my standby 4 UOCK m» » Jr.) For k» l«bor*d at a five- *tr«," Tb«» h« (•*» 9 p»» »*• « brick "UJCKIES are my standby. I buy them exclusively. I've tried practically all brands but LUCKY STRIKES are kind to my throat* And that new improved Cellophane wrapper that opens with a flip of the finger is a ten strike." f* It's toasted" YowThrpgf Prpt»cfton«»ailolnfl trritution- qgolmt tough "Toasted" riwtr Cvw and Walter W&H*?"> w ^^^ & ft Then spend your money with CONFIDENCE For some one, every day, the biggest new» is not on the front page. It's not even in the news columns. , - '.'»•• •:•- .•-•/.. - ;,; There may be an earthquake in Italy or a revolution in Central America. There may be a hot election campaign or a million- dollar fire or a metropolitan crime wave. But for Jim Jones, who has decided to buy a new sedan, and for Mrs. Thompson, * who needs some school dresses for little Mary Lou, the big news of the day is in the advertisements. Even the doings of Congress and the big-league baseball results pale into insignificance beside the news of something you real- ly want. The advertising columns bring you, 'each day, sound information about quality, style and price. They announce new products and new developments that save time, trouble and expense for millions of people. They point out healthful habits of eating, sleeping, exercising. Consistently advertised goods are safe goods to buy. Behind them stand the manufacturer and the merchant, guaranteeing their uniform quality. Read the edvertisements before you buy. 5! T J ± T 7i T j I I I T «l»

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