Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 12, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, February 12, 1932
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tehJfcfe3>A!rfIMBB Jd sU • *wJ "t I ABRAHAM LmcOLN $«« feb 18,^809. Pled April 15, IMS Abraham Lincoln was wilderness brtd, The cliff and the cloud went Ihto htt There Were blood and tear* In the words he Mid; H» w*bt for the world-fcnd he wept j , «Jone. O human heart, tfve us faith and fire, Help its believe-though against the , fashion— w lift the world to year heart's de' •• sire, To heal the world with your heart's ;, compassion— J. A. ' . , • Friday Music Club niet In regular bi-weekly session on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, O/V Graves on North Washington •/•• L With Mrs, & C. Carlton lead/ .he study; Fallowing a meeting /the Choral Cltib under the dl/ jn of Mrs. R. A, Boyett a mos/ /resting program on Nineteenth V fa Music and the opera was re/ ,(A. Trojan c Wan Sunday sc l»brterfleld aa First Chris- with Mrs. J. P. rfher, entertained /Girl Knew Her Leap Year! But marriage was just the beginning! You must see what happens then! —With- MADGE EVANS ROLAND YOUNG —In- Frcdcrlck LONSDALE'S wittiest romance LOVERS SAENGER Sunday and Monday foc*C delightful^ em Thursday evening rt «« h»me of Mf. and Mrs. w, if Carter oh South Kim street. The Va!« efttlne motif was attractively carried out In the decoration*, and following a series of games and contests delicious refreshment* were served. The Woman's Missionary Societies of (11 the churches In the city, observed 'World Prayer Day" with a service of prayer and praise on Friday afternoon at the First Paptlst church. Four tables were arranged for bridge on Thursday evening at the home of Miss Cornelia Whllehurst, on Division street for the members of Just a Mere Bridge Club and a number of extra guests. The rooms were bright and Inviting with a quantity of spring flowers, prizes went to Miss Grace Hudson and Miss Hazel Arnold. Following the game an ice course was served with dake. Quests other than the club members were Mrs. Roy Stephenson, Miss Grace Hudson, Miss Maude Llle, MIsirMary Jones. - Mr. and Mrs, R. V. Herndon have ?5 ?"^ * uestl Mr - Herndon's aunt, Mrs. C. E. Conger of Waterloo. Mrs. Max Cox, Mrs. Hugh Mc- Gaughcy and Mrs. R. V. Herndon visited with friends In Texarkana on Tuesday. - Mrs. Ada Swicegood had as guests on Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gillespie, her sisters, Mrs. W. W. Johnson and Miss Naomi Falls of Fair Acre Farm, Nashville, and nelce, Mrs. Hale Griffith and Mr. Griffith and little daughter, of Eugene Oregon. Mrs. C. A. Bridewell- had as guests on Thursday, Mrs. W. F. Bridewell of Little Rock and Mrs. C. P. Bidewell of Malvern. Mrs. W. F Bridewell remained for a week end visit in which she will be joined by Mr. Bridewell on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shiver returned on Thursday night from New Orleans where they enjoyed the Mardo Gras Festival. . Mrs. Sidney Stanford and Mrs. Frank Nolan were among the Hope glofers motoring to Texarkana on Friday to attend the tournament at the Texarkana Country club. Mrs. Ross R. Gilespie was called to Texarkana on Friday to attend the bedside of her brother-in-law, Henry Offenhauser, who is critically ill at his home in that city. If. S, Troops Sail For Hamaii AS YANK TROOPS LEFT FOR HAWAII-OR MAYBE CHINA—With war clouds hpVerlng over the horizon in the Orient, United States infantrymen sailed across the'Pacific from San Francisco to take part'in the army-navy maneurvers in Hawaii—and perhaps to go to China, Members of the 30th infantry are shown above as they' board* od the army transport St. Mlhlel at'San Francisco. •••''.''" ; ; Rail Chief s Confer With Unions on Wage Cut Coming to Saenger Robwt Montgomery PUy* the Lending Rol« in Thii Picture Robert Montgomery, one of th« screen's most popular personalities, Will be seen Sunday at the Saenge* Theatre in "Lovers Courageous," a re- mantle comedy written especially for this stiff by Frederick Lonsdale, the celebrated English playwright wrtt Houses Are Unroofed in , Storm at Poteau, Qkla. POTEAU, Okla.— (ff>)— A few houses were unroofed, windows were broken in others, telephone service was disrupted and o gas line was broken by a storm here early Thursday. The damage was estimated at from $3000 to $5000. Two houses were moved from the foundations, porches were torn from two or three houses and plate glass windows broken in a grocery and drug store. | FORTUNE'S ALL-CREAM ICE CREAM NOW! Fresh Strawberry ICE CREAM All the way from Florida, Fortune's bring those fine luscious, sun- ripened strawberries for their ALL-CREAM ICE CREAM, so you may enjoy that fresh strawberry flavor—a flavor that cannot be had witli canned or cold-packed berries. No artificial coloring; no flavoring extracts—just the natural color and flavor of the true fruit. Sold Exclusively in Hope by HOPE CONFECTIONERY These men are taking leading roles in one of the most important conferences in the history of the railroads being held at Chicago on the proposed reduction of wages. They are: seated, 'left to right, E. A. Downs of the lillinois Central, Daniel Willard of the Baltimore & Ohio, chairman of the presidents; J. J. Pelley of the New York New Haven & Hartford; A. C. Needles of the Chicago & Northwestern; standing; J. E. Gorman, Rock Island; L w'Bald- win, Missouri Pacific; C. A. Wickersham, Atlanta &'West Pointrti.-t). Pollard; CentraLof Georgia, and C E.'Denny/Erie. :"•; "" Y: ~r-• < -.- <f i, i cff *tyfy, •(•». • .- • • • .•>* • -•• i- T- . •« Program Extraordinary! Gala Style Revue "Modes of the Moment" With a Musical Background IN COrOPERATIOON WITH THE SMART SHOP VOPVJL SPECIALTIES A Bevy of Beautiful Living Mannequins—and Vaudeville Specialties. Morris Rattle and His Band CLEO—Oriental Dance Queen Ned Davia—Rudy Vallee of the South Sunshine Twins Real Entertainers Jimmie Sutton King of Ta» Dancers -ADDED FEATURE- SIDNEY FOX in "NICE WOMEN" FRIDAY PHLY PassList V f T t T T t t T T T T T T f t T T T T t T t T T T T T T v t T T T T t T T T T T T T T T T T •i* &>m MDNTQOWEdY <WAAADQE EVANS CCXJRA6EOUS' wrote the Norma Shearer success, "The Last of Mrs.-Cheyney." Montgomery's role is that of a happy-go4ucky Englisman whose ambition is to be, a playwright and who consequently is always in hot water with his narrow-minded father who wants to make a postmaster of his son. Tre result is that he runs away from home and after a series of interesting adventures as a sailor, cowboy and hotel- porter in various parts of the world,-finally ends Up 0s a tobacconist's asssitant' iri British Souih Africa. Here he falls in love ; with the the 8ttal*, the jflfi to Loftdwi, <«fy teifef*. Many his wirio wftatnt «i« hero ovVreomea them M spirit that has al end he net only «eW the jfrl but wife* su«e*r to a f laywHjfjl to W&fc TKe Mrt fe feiif to W ar. Ideal «it ter the )Mad«i«teat MoHteatttefy wM is always ve-ry mudh at hottte .tit" ehaiwlng, humdtous a«d .«ftrti6wliat roguish chBfaCteflzattotW as wlWleW his success in "StcangeTrs MaV Kis*," IK Possession" and His most PEOPLE, BY THE I PEOPLE, •"*^^*i ^M . ^^ * I The same honesty manifest in the life of Lincoln tf cfrriltf fc the values at our shop. • ,,,.,, fust received: a big Shipment of smart silk dresses, new Iresses, and Spring sweaters. Styje and thrift ar e combin lew Spring values. See these new models before yott buy»' LODIE5 RfODY TO WMP HIltlNtRY SWOfS NOVftnf, "IT 5 SMflQT TO R£ THHIFFY 106 SOUTH £LH 57. WOPf AUK. PHONl l',t WE MOVE TO OUR NEW LOCATION AT 212 SOUTH WALNUT First Door South of the Post Office Effective Monday morning the Hope Star will be issued from its new home one block east of its present location. " Moving will start early Saturday, and it is expected to have all machinery in place in time to issue Monday evening's edition on time. The Present office will be open up to Saturday noon. Thereafter, please call at our new address. SAME PHONE—SEVEN-SIX-EIGHT HOPE STAR SERVING SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS FOUNDER'S WEEK SAf COMMEMORATING THE PRINCIPLES ON WHICH A&P WAS FOU1 Greater values this week at all A&P. Stores In K ' M ,. Celebration of this outstanding sale. ""' ^''. Be sure and see our Windows for the Latest Prices on , ' ^,1 ..^ m SUGAR, SHORTENING, FLOUR," EGGS .' V'^IS?*^ RED POTATOES 10 pounds CANNED No. 2 Can GREEN CABBAGE pounds SPAGHETTI-^lassjar 9c-2m«Sdcalls FRENCH'S MUSTARD Jar .11 Jim DelMonte Pineapple 2 Buffet cans RAISIN BREAD-new low price Loaf Pillsbury's . Veri Good Pillsbury's BEST FLOURTevery sack guaranted, 48 Ib. bag FLOUR-24Ib. bag 60c 481b.bag $1.1! CRACKERS 2 Lb Box... Asst. Chocolate Cakes, Ib. GRANDMOTHER'S BREAD Full 16 oz. Loaf White or Whole Wheat Each A&PCooffee 8 O'Clock, Ib 19c Red Circle, Ib 25c Bokar, Ib.'.: White House MILK-3 Tall or 6 Small Cans 19c ECONOMY OATS 3'z Lb. package 12c BROOMS-each 25c I PINTO BEANS 5 Ibs. 20c FOLGERS COFFEE-1 Lb. 37c 2 Lbs. K.C. Baking Powder-5 Jb. can 60c 25 oz. can 19c Oysters -MARKET SPECIALS- Fresh Fish SLICED BREAKFAST BACON pound 136 CURED HAM-center sliced pound 196 Pure Pork Sausage-100 per cent pure Z Ibs. 15c Bulk P.-Nut Butter, lb.1 Oe| Veal Stew MeaUb. 8c Bulk Shortening, 2 Ibs. 15c Pig Liver, Ib. 6c "H M N"HNNMK"H^ VEAL SHOULDER ROUND STEAK pound Sliankless Picnic ShuuldeN to 6 Ib. average-lb. 12c SKYEN STEAK Or RIB CHOPS ' pound 10ft

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