Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 8, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 8, 1932
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^mm. Telephone 821 «fte«t arfcl Jibs »t the oynl ? , the width of th swrffer may lord It an hour on 'MA a lie may live for a day, u I M 1 ! 1 " m $ non6 ? *>nd manly worth Ar* things that endure alway Courage and .toil ahd service, Ola, yet forever new— These are the rooks that abide the ,'' ihoek Ana hold through the storm, flint*• true, Labor ajit^ love and virtue— Jniftie dosw not dim their glow; Though the smart may say, In their languid way, "°V**'ve out grown all that, you 6ut a lie whatever the guise it wears, J* a lie, as It was of yore. And a truth that' has lasted a million years V Is good for a million more!—Selected . , Olga Bryant, George Bryant and Pauline Mason of Nashville were Soldi-day shoppers In the* city. A A*t«r a VtaH with their mother Mrs. Alice McMath and other relatives In this city and a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Green In Little Rock, Mr. arid Mrs. Sam McMath left on Sunday .morning for their home in El Paso, Texas.. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson left Sunday for St. Louis and the Eastern markets, where they will' purchase spring stock for the George W. Robison it Company stores. ' Mrs. G. C. McEachln 6t Little Rock is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Houston. ^ John Enyart of Lewisyllle was a Sunday visitor in-the city. ) Miss Maggie Bell and I. T. Bell Sr., f°j ?f week end * uesw ^"d Marshall 6nd little daughter, Margaret and Mr. ^nd Mrs. I. T. Bell Jr., of Texarkana. ! The Oglesby P. T. A. which was to nave met on Tuesday has boen postponed until Wednesday, February 15 ttt which time they will join In a Founder's Day program. .Russell Farley and Miss Mary Lou Phillip* of Shreveport, were Sunday Visitors in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hole Griffith of Eujjen*, Oregon,-spent a few hours Visiting with: their aunt, Mrs. Ada Swicegood on.Sunday. Mrs. /P. A.; Tharp left, Sunday for i Harrison Sisters at Jaenger Monday muaufiif^, «—.JSL^B^-^-^-... r^ V The Harrison Sisters from movie- land, charming, young harmony singers artd dancers with the Hogan Hancock Revue; on the stage Monday. Theatre Monday night. » fe wdays visit with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Smith in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Tully Henry, Robert aGrone, Nick Jewel and Ed McCorkle were.among the Hope golfers motoring to Texarkana on Sunday to ee Waller Hagan and Joe Klrkwood play golf at the Texarkana Country Club. ( Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gillespio had as ridny guest, Mrs. Glllespie's brother, >ick Somerville, en route' to Little Jock for a visit with Mrs, J. R, WiL- on before returning to his home in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shiver left Sunday for New "Orleans, where they will attend the Madri Gras festivities. Mrs. John Green and daughter,- Miss Ivelyn of Little Rock were week end guests of Mrs. Alice McMath and oth- r relative,s. Misses Xilphn and Mary Louise Keith of the Magnolia A. & M. ac- ompanied by their friend, Miss Virinia Bird of BeMarden, Ark,, spent the week end visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Keth. Mr. and Mrs. D. W; Bryan and chil- ren of Little Rock were week end uests, of Mr. Bryan's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. D. W. Bryan, Sr. RAY YOUR ACCOUNT * ; ' Pay your January account on or before February 10th and get your valuable Stamps given only with cash purchases, and accounts paid before the 10th of the month following purchase. Jno. P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 8 * We Givelbgle Stamps Tonite (Monday) Only On the Stage Direct from two weeks at the Arkansas Theatre, Little Rock. sent New Yorker i vu« on Saengep Stage ,Ma'n*tM Howard Schuster of th* Saenger Theatre has a big surprise for local' ttlefltre'goers. Me has booked for Monday none other thaft Hogan Haricdck and his New Yorkefji Revue, This attraction coming tp Hope lit the same atrUctionithat just recently did a tremendous business at the Arkansas Theatre, LlttW Hock. This stage presentation is thoroughly enjoyable, combining with ocheitral muslo, songs, dances, comedy and novelty features. Hoaiah $ancoeg is a name well known to theatre patrons and music lovers of the metropolitan cities where he has featured for many years, • His music combines the sweet dreamy type with those made famous by the famous negro orchestra of the South that originated the "hot" type Of melodies. ' A famous trio of sisters, the Harrison's, feature with the New Yorkers. Those winsome girts offer harmony, singing, and dancing, Their song renditions are similar to that of the famous Boswell Sisters. Their dances, too, 'are well routined and cleverly executed. Lending comedy and'laughs to the presentation is Leon Paris, a lanky lad who plays piano and accordeon. his feature numbers include a takeoff on the old-time doctor featured with medicine shows of the past. Leon ddes a fair job of selling that famous remedy for, all ailments "Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compround.". Baby Nita, a four year old, demonstrates just'how a child should sing and dance. Nlta is a clever youngstjer and usually stops th eshow with h'er songs and dances. Hogan Hancock and his New York Revue is an ideal stage atraction for the entire family. tailing .ftjw ton the Sfrhawt tflWrt ttyintfto establish flight refc&l-df ffbin Frame to *fa$s* gascar wfetf letated Friday ^16 miles south of in Stflah, In the Sahara des. ert. Sejirchffljt; fclan'es probably will win* thw \out of the desert sown. Salah is more than 1400 miles due south of the Mediterranean coast, in the'heart of the desert. •The .elrmfefi, in their plane SC Didier, reported by radio ott Monday that they had been forced down by fuel and water shortage, but rescue planes searched for them for three days in <valn. ffi.9 ftmkitft », J, fiafcer a»d other »,, |lvl tfatfe but replied h? had «y. . Winter Canon Wins 'A' Grade at Hendrix CONWAY - Winter Canon, Hope freshman at Hendrix, was among those students who received one "A" or better as the college compiled its firet semester's .grades this month. Ninety-two students, earning a' total of 168 "A's", made up the honors group. Miss Canon has taken a leading part in campus activities since her arrival last September. Memberships in the W. A. A. and Y. W. C. A., and the Booster Club have been tendered her, and her other activities have included work as a yell leader and as a member of the string ensemble, popular musical organization/ Her high school record was even more brilliant. Outstanding'among the honors awarded her there wore • memberships in the National Honor Society, the pep squad,, glee club and orchestra. In addition she won first place in her-, district violin contest and later placed at the meet in Conway. . . . Hogan Hancock AND HIS NEW YORKERS REVUE Forty minutes of diversified entertainment with music, song, dance and comedy. -With- Three Harrison Sisters Darlings of Song and Dance Doctor Leon Paris The "Accordeon Nut" Baby Nita Child Marvel of Movieland A Colorful Stage Attraction On the Screen fORNNG GIRLS' What a time and a ha# they get for I^over Time -With— Paul Lukas—Buddy Rogers Francis Dee—Porpthy Hall Rosston Rt. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Butler have moved to the Hinton Martin place. J. E. Butler and son, P. E. Butler, were business visitors at Prescott Saturday. T. H. Butler of Hope, -sold P. W. Taylor of Rosston his farm in this vicinity. Quinton Taylor, brother of P. W. Taylor will move on the farm. Albert Johnson of Magnolia was the guest of his sister, Mrs. P. E. 'Butler, Friday night and stated he would soon move to Hope, to make his home. Joe Martin, J. M. Butler and C. H. Butler have completed a nice bungalow home for Chris Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Martin visited P. E. Butler and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Butler visited Sam Marlar and folks -of Holly Springs Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Butler atended church at Bluff Springs Sunday and reported good crowd. R, E. Dillard who has been real sick the past few days is now able to be up. Byron Spencer was through our community Saturday threshing peas. Miss Alice Harrison, one of the Hoi- ly wood-sisters trio, with-Hogan Hancock Revue, as she appeared when she was awarded first prize in a Bathing Beauty Contest at Hollywood last sumnftr. • ^Herman Butler and family visfted A, N. Fore of Lone Star, Sunday. Representative, J.. B. Silvey and wife spent Thursday with Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Butler. -Leon Martin 'and son, -Hubert, Of Shreveport, La., spent a part of the past week with relatives of this place. ——— •» » » .1 . Bluff Springs Olen Calhoun and wife was visiting her father Sid Stokes Sunday. Roy Carlton and wife were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dillard Sunday. ; Buster Ghormley and family spent Sunday with Fred Stokes and family. Bro' Erwln filled his appiintment at this, place last Saturday and Sunday. • ;.;.'•: Louie Sucle passed through our.com- munity Thursday, M.. M. Mitchell and family were the guests of R. L. Purtle and family Saturday night and Sunday. Eddie Carlton and wifa ; were the guests of W. L. Shipp.an dfamily last Sunday. Uncanny, Turf' 8 %ad Boy, Tamed in Dixie Quarters COLUMBIA, S."C.—(ff 1 )—Uncanny, the bad boy of the turf last year as a three-year-old, has been tamed. Steve Carrigan, trainer of thorough, breds at the winter training track for race horses here, has subdued the star fire-eater that gave jockeys, starters and trainers much trouble in the east last year. Early in November Steve took J. H. Louchheim's horse under his special care and since has made a tame pony out of the ace that last summer was a dread on eastern tracks. Uncanny, by Master Charley out of Sweet Bun, had little regard for persons, places or things. "Once last year he left a race at the Aqueduct track and jumped a five-foot feiice. His life is changed now, thanks to Steve. Uncanny is gentle and even lovable. He has grown considerably and developed speed. Two Harvard Students, Club treasurer Sought BOSTON.—.(/p)^-fwo Harvard students and the treasurer of the Uui- versity dub of Boston were sought by -police Friday following their un* explained disappearance. Floyd Stewart of Garden City, Ran., and Nathaniel E. Jones of Bil- lerlca, Mass., both taking courses at the Harvard business school, have been missing since the endfng of mid» year examinations last Friday, fieniamjn J. Dempsey, treasurer of the university Club, has been missing since Monday. * The'djsappearance of Stewart and Jones was reported Thursday by Theodore Shrelbert, assistant dean of the HarVafd business school, .who said he thought disapointment over marks in their examinations might have led them to a trip somewhere. —, <••• College Boxing Pays Way in Middle Atlantic Area . ATLANTA- (JP) -College boxing more than pays its Way at Southern conference schools of the middle Atlantic section,, where its profits are second onl'irto football. . . "Virginia, where more than 4,000 fans have .attended matches, sets the pace, with ..Duke a, close. runner-up. Offerings of other Virginia, North Carolina and;i Maryland schools also draw fans in large numbers. >, Further south, Louisiana State, Florida and.Tulane generally play to 1 full houses. Interest in the game has shown an incresae at many other conference'" schools, including Georgia and Georgia.- Tech,, and in some cases outranks bascketball as a popular attrac* lion. ;;': ' '"•.'' \ three months awa; Mr. Smith when qd atosttt hi* idea* for a prbhlbftldn piank in 'the Democratic pWtfdrft), "t tnink fe had beeter »Hck to' the tesue befpre u* fll talk, about that,fhefl the .time comes." <; ,'< 4mm ,- .. Former Husky Grid Star Wins First Bout as Pro PULLMAN, Wash.-(j!p)-Following in the foosteps. of Steve Hamas, latest heavyweight fistic sensation,. Glen "Turk" Edwards, former All-America football tackle at Washington State college; has started on what he hopes will be the trail to boxing fame. In his first professional fight in •• The room was filled with a of comfortable chajrs and fu and Mr, Smith's callers were Itift of questions. There was an Informal air that always goei with any torn At Smith occupies; A swsre to? more pictures decorated most of we wall space, A Copy* of the.-new b6ok "Hardlng's tragedy lay ott,a nearbV table alongside a large glass decanter moulded in the shape of the Empire State building. Mr. Smijh teetered in his chal# ajv parently eager to party any.questions tired at him. He appeared rested and In perfect physical condition, but inclined to be a bit more Serious than an ordlhary occasion. < . "After the fibnyefitlott Jn Chicago," sofhebody asked/i "nWiljf yo,u' support the nominee, no "matter who be may be?" - ^ ^ '*' /'The aiiswer 1 to that one is, eisy," said Al Smith, "I'm" a Democrat'' Former Governor Smith's a^pjle' red cheeks grew roster than eVer'wheh he was asked if prospects for a, Democratic victory were tirjghter^ no;w than in 1926. Mr. Smith was badly beaten by Mr. Hoover that year and tMe recollection has not softened witty the years. , "Better?" responded Mr. Smith? uni smilingly. "Of course they are -better. The prospects are decidedly brighter than four, years ago." •' The former governors associates consider Mr. Smith's statement an invitation to "boom hlm'for the presidency." It is regarded as a certainty that his friends 'immediately will begin for him 'an active campaign. Spokene recently the 245-pound football gladiator "knocked out George Martin - of St. Maries, Idaho, in' the first minute of the first round. Martin weighed 220. Edwards fought as an • amateur in school. BUILD UP tot PREVENT BAKING POV^DER Japan may drop out of the League of Nations, Maybe witlv references and a little pull Japan would allow us to take its place. In fact, if this Sino-Jap trouble gets much worse, Alfalfa Bill may have to do something rash: like declaring the business curve depends on bustles. - THIS CURIOUS WORLD DAY .•>' * tit I! "^" r »" " T '••.,: ff WtUAW. FQUffTeENTH, ONCE ^«* .,,• ''.'i»i * PAW OF Wf WSr/IAM. Of *,,'. ' " * iUPfKCAUA. CUf&PATEP 8V THE ;.'v. ROMANS IN HQNQ» OF ivpeecu?, :,^ t OF VGAKS IATER THE NAME .{.v •/.'„ • • • • ~- -Ww^' •'• asifeitj GQCEN SHEEP, (SMS SAME PRICE forov*r AQytars In c/oub/e acHncj OUNCES FOR MILLIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT H PAINS OW 9, Missouri woman was benefited by taking Cardul is described below by Mrs. Joe Schumer, of Cape Olrardeau:.:,"! |utK fered with Irregularity. For weeks at a time I was so weak I could not work. I had aches In my back and heaid and legs— X ached all over. I would get dizzy and feel faint. I had read about Cardul, so I got some and took it. I improved a great deal. After I had taken four bottles, i felt like a different person." CARDUI Usefl by Women for over 50 years SPECIALS Money saving specials for one day only, Tuesday. All "of Middlebrooks' extra quality. Two Dozen Coffee GOLD PLUME With Premium Large Cw> 9Oc Polish Shoe Polisli 50e Size 25c Potatoes SWEETS-Bushel 5Oc Flour O. k. DIAMOND 24 Lb. Sack 5OC Pay Your Account by the Tenth! AH our accounts are due us between the first and tenth of the month following the purchases! We respectfully ask that you take care of yoyr account not later than the tenth, which is WEDNESDAY! MIDDLEBSOOKS GROCERY COMPANY Chase & Sanborn Teas and Cpf f ee As Near as Your Phone Phone 60S or 6.07 saldHe"J^ftot s «S6 qwtjujr ' • M"/ Monroe ,.,..... . Receding of OuachiU fc,,. t.'. ^ 4 . 1 ' ' £5W; ; -,' river from Memphis southward and the' Cumberland flowing through .- .. wu^ ris>s in nij« recessiphs. Continued^ clear weatiier afdetf.the great battle against the* OuBchita tft Monroe an;d the tied Wver ¥ Atey- andria, lia,, wlA. n1» prgj^elm, ^g- gravaiing ualns for a'day OP two. j " Monroe rejofced,:-ai)d watched* river's waljs mor» cldfely" wWen gauge,h?re revealed a definite of ondtttnth of a foot with .the l nparly 1Q feet atwve ftobd f sta|e. ' ' tei 1 muS^f Doaii's Pills * * i » 4Tt iquidating S *• Is Now in Futt Swingi This stock must all be sold in qrijy j days—fixtures, and'all. . CHEAP It's Your Chanee4o Get SHOES—SUITS—I Men's Dress/'Shirts Each Ladies Felt Hats, Each : MEN'S SUITS ' $25.00 values PIECE .GOODS Big lot, yard .,..,. ,: ' f ff ^ * T jC* and most everything in the dry goods< Ufle <fo] 50c on the dollar. . -".' %$£ 39c aSc SS-^ ra ;, m ..:;41 Everything Marked to Sell Fa«t Biljingsley's Stock—West of Post Office * i Walker Sales Co. - Hope, Arkansas <t?.i I' •*% Thank You We wish to thank tjie. people of Southwest Arjwn- * sas for responding so generously to the opening of y this new and exclusive shoe store last Thursday^ Friday and Saturday, We were more than pleased with the §|?Jendid re- „ ception which you gave us, We were highly grate ified with the hundreds of visitors who came; and especially with the unexpectedly large number uf \ purchasers, You will always find the newest in shoe styles at the lowest passible prices, for every member of the family, New Shoes arriving daily. We invite you to see them. MITT'S Browr&Shoe Store 107 West Second Hope,

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