Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 24, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 24, 1932
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Mi* 9id Henry litrlti I «fi n>t—J—' — - *••>" • a,uJt- |M_^, Lift Is sweet just bteauw, of Ihe fflends we have made * And the thing* which in common we We wttftt to live on, not because of ourselves, But because of the people who eare. It's giving and doing for somebod; else On that, alUlfe's splendor depend*, And the Joy of this world, when you're , summed it all up, Is fourid In the making of (fiends. lUf T t* • • frit Li t -Hi . Mr. and Mrs, ft. M. Brlant are spend* Ing the hext few .weeks visiting in St.. Antonio, Tex Among the out of town shoppers on Tuesday wcrp Mrs. C. A. Dlldy and Mrs. R. O. Browning of Nashville, Mrs. John Barrow, Mrs. John Bobbins, dWrs. Wilbur Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. King, Mrs. F. P. Citty, Mrs. S. O. Smith, Mrs. Earn Bobbins and Miss Lena Anderson of Ozan. Mrs.. Clyde Ynrbrough and little daughter, Katie Lou of Scarcy arrived .Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. Yar- brough's'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Warren. Ira J. Hammonds of' Little Rock spent the week end In the city, Visiting with Mrs. Hammonds, who is health nurse tor Hcmpstcad county. Mrs. Ralph Routon wilt be hostess to the members of the Thursday Bridge Club, on Thursday afternoon at her home on North Pine street. Miss Mabel Heyworlh, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Wcltman and Mr. Weltman for the past few months, left Wednesday for a visit with relatives in Cleveland, Ohio. Miss'-Annbel Bowden of Shreveport, La., who has been the guest of her nunt, Mrs. R. M. Jones for the past week has gone to Chicago, where she will visit in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Howell' Meyers. Mrs. A. K. Holloway will entertain arc made in A WIDE. RANGE OF C Out Sweetest blossom in Florida's share of winter lovllness.is Kathleen Keely, above, who waS crowned queen of the colorful orange- festival at Winter rfaven. Thousands attended the annual midwinter event. Sizes and Widths / 1 TO 12 (irt halves) Y *l AAAAA TO EEE J for S'16 YOU NEED SO LONGER BE TOLD THAT YOU HAVE AN EXPENSIVE FOOT Geo. W. Ftobison & COMPANY "Xhu Leading Department Store" Hope Prc'scott Nashville :hc members of the Tuesday Bridge Ulub on Friday atferrioon at her home on South Pine street. Miss Carrie Davis is spending this week visiting with her cousin, Miss Tlora Harrington^. In Prescott. Dr. and Mrs. Ira E. Meadows and heir daughter, Miss Juanita of Denver, Colo., Mr. Tom Nelson of Trinidad, Colo., and his mother, Mrs. J. T. kelson of Ozan were week end guests of. Mr. .and Mrs. J. D. Templeton on West Avenue D The Study Group of the Senior High school, with Miss Whitten as teacher, met Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. J. P. Owens, they will meet on fhursday afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. Washington Berry on South Main street. On Friday atfernoon at the same hour with Mrs. Don Smith on South Elm street. The president of the Senior-High P. T. A. urges a full attendance, as a certain percentake of the members are required to be present to make this a superior organization. Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Garrett of Little Rock arrived Wednesday for a short visit with Mrs. Mary Lemley and Mrs. Fanny Garrett. The Horne Economics club will meet Thursday night at the cottage. All members are urged to be prestnt, a most interesting program has been prepared. , • • • • • Chinese .Women Join in Fighting Y SHANGHAI.— (fi>) —Japanese army headquarters said Tuesday Chinese women have taften up arms alongside their husbands and brothers In defense .of the village of Kiungwun. Soldiers returning from tjhe front, headquarters officials said, declared they had seen women shooting from •windows of buildings at the outskirts of the besieged village. The soldiers, they said, had little to say for the Chinese and women's markmanship, however. New Shipment Spring Dresses and Coats SMART SHOP CLIP THIS AD OUT When Presented to the Doorman It Will Admit 2 Persons'for the • Price of One I Good Tonite (Wed. Nile) Only SHOWING LAST TIMES WEDNESDAY Rupert Hughes Story "NO ONE MAN" —With-. CAROL LOMBARD PAUL LUKAS RICARDO CORTEZ EXTRA First Actual Scenes of China-Jap War ^ Paramount News | Thursday-Friday EDGAB ALLEN FOE'S "MURDERS IN THE" RUE MORGUE" . —With— BELA LUGOSI (Dracula Himself) Wo wftru you W you Jiuve » weak heart, don't attend. Note—Matinee Thursday only will be from 12:30 to 3:30 to take care of Buster Brown show. Party Lwder to Oppose Hliiden Wg Sn PrJvT dentfcl Election. . 6BRLW.^(#KAdolf Hitler, lead** At OtHMny'a Fascist ftazla, will b« till presidential candidate oft his National Socialist party In the coming wefctitt*, s. party meeting WM t&td Monday night by his lieutenant, Jo- sephO«obbe* 1. .<- President fttui Von MtHrfenbufg, as a rtsult, Is faced with three oppoiitloti candidates In his campaign for re* election, but the failure of the Rightists to agree/ on a join candidate may prove their undoing, The certain runners in the nice Against the war veteran arc Hitler, Ernst Thaelmann, Communist nominee, and Theodore Duesterfaerg, the Nationalist candidate who is vice president of the "Steel Helmet" organization of war veterans, 4~r > t~3 lake Former Sttttfo* Announce! CundWtcy fa? Lieu- 1 tenant Governor Poultrymen Urged To Buy at Home Chicks Shipped for Long Distance Are Harder to Raise Chicks shipped for long distances lose weight and are difficult to raise, declares G. W. Knox, Jr., Extension poultryman, University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. Several years ago it was thought that chicks should be held for 48 to 72 hours before feeding, but it is now known that.chicks should be fed when they are first hatched. Shipping chicks causes them to be held a long time without feed and water. By starting the chicks In this manner they often over eat when they have access to food causing bowel trouble and other disorders. If chicks are bought near home they can be fed earlier, and too, (db not lose the weight. Chicks bought near home are easier to raise, and are usually just as good quality and often better quality than chicks that arc bought out of. the state, Mr. Knox states. LITTLE nOGK-Fmd Huttd of England, fomer' senatot ft6m,the Twelfth district, composed of Lonbke and Prairie ceurrtles, anrioUftced:Mon- day that he will be a candidate for lieutenant governor at the Democratic plmary in August. Mr. Hutto was raised ih Gonway county and served as county clerk and sheriff of that county before moving to Loriokc County about 20 years ago. He was one of six candidates In' the race for lieutenant govrenor two years ago. Mr. Hutto said he starfds for "fewer laws and lower taxes.", tie said he will make a formal announcement "soon in which he Will outline his platform, . 2, The matinee THURSDAY ONLY will be from 12:30 to 3:30 to allowjlme for a Buster Brown Show at 3:45 -that day only, , Pl mm .. MTOtffifr PLMASAffl PleasWht hail become a widely fur Market, with hundrfedi of fuf¥ come a Widely known 1 fur marl with hundreds of furs'bsttlg brtsu hfijfe for (tale annually, W, M, Jacks. and J. D. Crosson, managers of the Mount Pleasant Pur company, report that during the two artd one-half months of bperatlon since the Operi- ing of the trapping season they have purchased more than $11,000 worth 6f wits, ahtive to this -section, _. • W. S..taxpayers spent $4000 last year to record the Indian sign language^ a news item says. They ought to spend about that much more and teach it to congressmen. ..,.'•' , MOM 380 The%ectric lumber BACON ELECTRIC COMPANY Ticket to S*e n . Announcing the arrival of oijr first shipment of the famou? MAX :FACT<!>R SOCIETY; iMAGE-UP FREE DEMONSTRATION THURSDAY Used by 96% of Hollywood's Screen Stars | Max Factor is Hollywood's make-|up genius. In most of the pictures pn the sci'een today, you will see the magic makeup of Max Factor. Life-like ^naturalness in make-up which we' believe to be without equal in accenting beauty and charm. , - x . And at popular prices, too. Mariiiello Beauty Shop Phone 39 for appointment. South Main St. K* «j i S 4 1 i r f v j, "i • f#l 1 ?*3 i Edgar "Murders in the Starring BELA LUGOSI (Dracula Hi ,-ks. 't <L—*. * m ' f &**!'">&& *f>-' AT THE _ ' ~^_ J : HERE'S HOW — u ! ' ' ; i ..' This Ad will appear m the HOPE STAB for three days. Each dayjtfe'wiL is .__ J , five questions, the answers to which are scattered somewhere arflorSg'thl pageS 'at The first twenty persons sending the correct answers to the complete set Of fifte at the end of the third day will be given a Free Ticket. Names of Winners Will 1 inThursday's* STAR. • ' ', ^\ \. I * ' ' t 1. What days will "Murders in the Rue Morgue" play at the SABNGER? ,, •„ ; , 2. Why will the malmee Thursday be from 12 30 to 3:30 ipstead of 2:0tt to 3:00 P. f JA^ '» 3, Will there be a DANCE on the Saenger Stage Friday Night? . ' ' 4.' What is the name of the picture and sfars at the Saenger Sunday and Monday 1 ? * 5. Why is the keeper of the RUE MORGUE known as "THE BLACK'ONE"?' v I In the event of a tie, Neatness.and Originality'Will Be Conftide|el^ lik e "rpHATS one of the tilings I like most about -*• Chesterfields... the attitude of the people who make them. They positively lean over backwards to be fair and square. "I've been watching their advertisements for years. And do you know the thing that struck me most forcibly? They're so reason* able! Just a plain straightforward statement of facts. No wild claims... Nothing that's hard to believe! "I wouldn't want to be a competitor of Chesterfield! They make too good a cigarette! I really believe they're the mildest I ever tasted. "I can smoke Chesterfields any hour of the day or night...They're so mild, I don't even bother to keep track of how many I've smoked. They must be purer, too ... they certainly taste better to me!" •\<5 • "Music that Satires." Hear Nat Shilfcret's 35- piece orchestra and Alex Gray, soloist, every night except Sunday^ entire Columbia Network -10:30 Eastern Standard Time. I V THiY'Rf MILDER t © 1932, Lieqsrr & WVUHS Tos^cco Co. THi Y'R E THEY

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