Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 27, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 27, 1932
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\%*§« r Xljli , i W "; "• *»• j l J ^ fe»'fc' < «< 1 «' I .4Afeai..-J 821 fnH»tttf loyal hearts, thtre ars spirits I «'. at» *o«ls that a« pur* and thi*f lhaH give to the world the best you. An* we b«st will «om* b«cK to you. Give love, and love to your life will , flow, And strength In your Inmost needs; Hove t»lth, and a score of hearts, will show Thtflf faith in your work and deeds. Pot life to the mirror of king ana* 'slave, "T* Jtttt what we afe and do; Thin give to the world the- best you L have t i thf beat will come back to you. -M. & B. ..^regular meeting of the B. & P. W. ctub has been postponed until the evening, ot March 8th, Mrs. Dwight Blake of Minden, La., Is the house guest of her sister, Mrs. 0. L. Reed and Mr. Reed. Mrs. W. M. Gauner has returned from * Visit of several 1 days with Dr. Owner, who is now located in Long- View, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Ross R. Glllespie are Saturday business visitors in Shreveport, La. Mrs. Myrtle Bobbins, Mrs. Gray Car- rlgjm, Mrs. E, Haselman, Mrs. Ben Goodlctt and 'the Misses Hannah of Ozan were shopping in the city on Friday. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Harrell, Miss Verna Stuart and Thomas Boyett motored to Texarkana on Friday evening to attend the opening of the new broadcasting station, KCMC, at Hotel Grim. ' Mrs. S. G. Norton spent Saturday (siting with relatives in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Cornelius were hosts to the members of the Emanon Club on Friday evening at their home on South Pine street. Mrs. G. W. Flesh of Shreveport is the guest of her brother, C. W. Wellman and Mrtf. Weltma'n. Miss Maggie Bell and I. T. Bell, Sr., will have as week end guests Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Bell, Jr, of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meek of Brad- Icy, will arrive Saturday to spend the week end, visiting with Mrs. Meek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRae, Sr. Mrs. Fred Stroud and baby will arrive Sunday from a week's visit with Judge and Mrs. Percy Steele in Ashdown. , » Mr. ami Mrs. Hosea Garrett have Returned to Little Rock after a'short Visit with friends and relatives. Bev. A. T. King'of ErUd. Okla.Y will Breach, on "Sunday morning at -11 I'clock at the First Christian church. • The final meeting of the Senion- aunior High Study club, with Miss ybitten as teacher was held on Fri- hy afternoon at the home of Mrs. Smith on South Elm street. ?| Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Roberts and fcn, Billie,' arrived Friday evening fom Hugo, Okla., for a visit with Mrs. £1. T. Chamberlain and Miss . Genie 'Qhamberlain. THK CHURCH Or CHRIST John GJ ftcwe, Minister Bible study Lord': day morning at 1 o'clock, Preaching at 11 at m. and 7:3fr p. m. Morning sermon, "Adversity." Evening «ermon, "th» Opened Heavens." Mid-week fiible meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Ladles Bible -class meets each. TUBS. day afternoon at 2:30. You have a cordial welcome to attend all these service*. FIRSt BAW1ST 9:45 a. m.—Sunday school. Everyone is urged to be present. 11:00 a. m.—Sermon by the Rev. Fred Ward of Ashdown, 7:30 p. m.—An anti-Saloon League representative will address the- con gregation on the subject, "the Call of the Cross"—not a temperance lecture, however. Prayer meeting Wednesday night will be led by Dr. W. R. Alexander. FIRST'CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday school meets at 9:45. There will be preaching at^ll o'clock by Rev.-A. T. King, of Enid, Oklahoma. Subject, "Our Projective of Knowledge." Prayer meeting Wednesda yevening at 7:3 p. m., led by George Dodds. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7r30 p. m. Leagues meet at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7: 30 p. m. Wednesday. The Methodist church, in conformity to previously announced plans, will observe the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington at the 11 o'clock hour on Sunday. The address will be delivered by Hon. Steve Carrlgan of Hope. All members of the D, A. R. organization are especially invited to attend. The. pastor will speak" at the evening hour, bringing his foutrh message on world problems. His subject will be, "Hawaii, a Wrold Problem." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH W. R. Alexander, DJX, Minister 9:45 a. m. Oun. Sunday school meets in departments for the study of the lesson. Classes for all ages taught by faithful teachers. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship and sermon.' Subject, "Much From Little. What Is That in Thine Hand?" *6:45 p. m. Meeting .of the Young People's Society. Mrs. Dorsey McRae will give the second study on Foreign Missions. ..-• • 7:30 p* m. Evening worship and sermon. Subject, "Some Plain Facts. Things that Curse This Generation." 7:30 p. m., Wednesday. Prayer meeting. 3:00 p. m., Sunday. There will be a mass meeting of the citizens of Hope at the Methodist church to hear Dr. W. P. McGary, assistant to the general I superintednent of the anti-Saloon League of America. His subject will be "Facts for Folks Who Think." «t Rape HtgH School i ^r^^^^^ff "Just C«il It-Love" out «£) You* f*fWfl*f opfftiofl may they seem." Never Is this ...»» ftain in MMk &"&'» ****?. Ihstftfleft you Would tttver ex&,^ v man to fei embarrassed and aplo«*ttt wteri he feUBd his wife kitting another wan. But K really *K* ft*fc pen b«aUM iff. Burke hi* IncW' portted fflto * ptay one of the stw* unusual idem (HI marriage ever — • ~ 1 Personal Mention | Rev. Gilbert F. Hyde, pastor of the First Methodist church of Blevins, was a business visitor in Hope Friday I afternoon. «B « •» ' Deny Probing Identity of Americans ih Fighting SHANGHAI.-(/P)-U n i t e d States consular officials Friday denied re- I ports they were attempting to identify additional American aviators who were reported 1 joining the Chinese an Ifctervice and to prevent their participation in the Sino-Japanese conflict. The reports have been in circulation since the news reached here in the death of Robert Short, American flier, in a clash with Japanese planes at Soochow. , Following reports of Shorrs death, local newspapers obtained from the United States consular copies of the American law covering such cases GARRETT MEMORIAL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH T. L. Epton, Pastor IX N. Bailey, S. S. Supt. Sunday school 9:45. Preaching 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m. B. Y. P. T. C. 6:30 p m. We will have a singing Sunday afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. Several guartetts have been invited as well as many other good singers. The public in cordially invited. m • • Texas Farmer Gets 12 Years Over Stabbing Killing Follows Alleged Attack Youthful Couple Charged With Murder of Landlord Near Fallsville JASPER—Elmer Roberts, aged 21,,is in jail here charged with the murder of A. C. Gilbert, 65, near FallsviUe, a remote section of Newton county, Monday. Roberts, and his 16-year-old •wife had been making their home with Gilbert. Monday Roberts left and while ne was gone Mrs. Roberts said she was criminally assaulted by Gilbert, declaring that she was threatened with a pistol. She said she was attacked twice during the day. She and Gilbert were at the barn when Roberts returned. Gilbert went to the house, according to Roberts, and his wife told him of her mistreatment. Roberts , took the shotgun to the house. As he entered he told officers, Gilbert reachec for his pistol. Roberts then fired the first shot from the shotgun, the charge, striking Gilbert's forehead. He seizeof Gilbert's pistol, fired Six 'shots, four of which took effect Then he reloaded the'shotgun ' and fired a charge in Gilbert's side. Robfrts and his v -wife went to the home .of a deputy sheriff and surrendered. , 111 Health Given As Suicide Cause William H. Van Dusen, 84, Take* Poison While .Alone at Home LITTLE ROCK—William Henry Van Dusen, nged 84, making his home with a daughter, Mrs. Alfred Mills, 2421 West Sixteenth street, Thursday afternoon swallowed carbolic acid and was dead when his act was discovered. Dr. Samuel G. Boyce returned a verdict of suicide. Ill health was said to have been the motive. Van Dusel, while alone at the house, walked to a shed in the rear of the home, where his body was found when members of the family returned shortly after 5 p. m. He is survived by a son, Warrer Van Dusen of Chillicothe,' Mo., ant two daughters, Mrs. Mills of Little Rock and Miss Stella E. Van Dusen o Chicago. The body is held at the P , Ruebel & Co. parlors. Sharp Action Taken by Georgia Dem Committee U.S. Aid Sought in War on Kidnapers Penalty Asked for Sending Extortion and Threat Letters in Mail Fancier Suitings Decreed For Men Shoulder Paddings to Be Reduced in Fashions for Spring WASHINGTON— (IP)— Kidnaping, as a "diabolic modern racket," -nationwide in its scope, was described Thursday before the House Postoffice Committee. From Chicago and St. Louis, particularly, came demands from police and citizenry for a federal drive against the "abruction racketeer" who threatens, taunts and makes rendezvous through the United States malls; who transports his victim across state lines to evade justice. ' The plea was before the postal group for a penalty on sending extortion, blackmail and threats-to-kidnap letters. Tomorrow the Mid-Westerns will go before the House Judiciary Committee to ask a federal'law agains taking kidnaped persons from state to Isham Randolph, head of Chicago's famed citizen, vigilantes, "the Secre Six," presented kidnaping case his lories. He read gangsters' letters t< intended victims. He told of travel ing abroad with the doors of his car always locked and his gun in a posi tion to shoot.. He exhbited a loop o rope and said it was sent to a moth r with the message that if she did ot "com* through" the sender would strangle Dorothy '•" wim att att-stat cast of all th» Mfr leg* membir* ot Alpha Fsi'0m*|a att4 three othftf experienced mwnfcefS & th* A*ka*sa& Colfcfe Speech Depart* maht, Martettuln Little Theatre^w* sent* "Just Call It-Love." it to di)» reeled, by Mrs. Cttttielius Ball, head ot the Speech Department at Anti sas college, and will b* presented _Hop* High Sehdbl auditorium Weo> nesday ntght after prayer m"-"-" hours. [ Thenrel Heasley and Miss Glenn, as Jh* Btrttattds, attenftt tfl impress, flee ColHttsr played . Chester Crawford, with toe bwurtfr and perfection of married life. Harry Bertrand hopes that this show of devotion will help, certain bu*ijf*. connections with Mr. Collins which I are veiry impottaht to him, His at-1 tempt to display a fondness-that has been entirely lacking up to thU poult in their, married life is very IflugH- able. Miss' Ann Marvin, portrayed by Miss Doris Magness; steps in at just the right moment to save thf last of Collins* illusions of wedlock by re- NEW YORK —(/P)— While women are adding on all manner of fancy ileeves.and epaulette effects to get that brawny shouldered silhouette, ailors are busy cutting the shoulder padding out of men's suits this season. But men are following one fern- nine fashion tendency in'thtat they are adopting a higher waistline in their suits and coats. . These and other details distinguishing the ,well tailored man will be introduced at the annual men's style Show of the New York Custom Cutters' Club' & be held here next Monday and Tuesday. Fancier -suitings—checks, stripes and plaids—and more formality in masculine attire will also be stressed in the spring tailleur. Just a, bit of checked gingham, piping around the folder girdle of an informal dark jersey, dress changes it into a frock of real distinction. A striped candy blouse reminiscent or constructing some of his Ideas of mar- Mr then. without ev« JTT^ . *» .. -J»M<. _ Man Stiry Tale of ft Mrs. Dolly Garrett, by Miss Rosa K. Milwee, and her bored husband, Mr. GeoVge Robinson, appear at the moment when things are at their worst. Mr. Garrett has no wish to help and Dolly has too strong a desire to straighten the matter out. DoBy gives some important advice on managing husbands. "You must keep abreast of the times by reading the newspaper to him whether, he wants you to or not. And you must learn some new topic from the Encyclopedia to discuss each time you go out to dinner. And since- Dolly practices, what she preaches, she is a howling success. Miss Alvarez* played by Mis* EBB Myrl Dobson, is Mr. Collin*' gm friend. At Wast .Mr. Normie D«Wit says. so.' But perhaps he is merely trying to make Mr, Collins Jealous because Normie, played by Mr. Williams Rogers, is notorious as a home- breaker. And a& Dolly insists that he o, nescape, and mysterious'(deaths-in automobile accidents. ' . 7 1 "" ' ,'Mrs.-Jane Root made .the,cha£|es at an induest into the deaths, oft Mrs. Hazel Beokner Root; beUetf&hto Mye beent the fugitive's most recent wife, arid^her daughter, Hazel May, 10. they were killed a week ago when Root's automobile plunged 30 feet from a railroad viaduct. Police said they had teamed Root fled from the scene of the crash, registered under a false name at a hos- oftered! a «•»*».< ~-wv Js'to t» given'tt| le fastest speed,' miles an hour iof me. The the- AB1LKNE, Tex,—(/P)—Twelve years in the penitentiary was the sentence given George Hill on conviction of fatally stabbed John R. Riser last June. Hill is a turkey raiser of Tom Green county. Kiser was his neighbor. The case was sent to Abilene ffom San Angelo. _ • B » Meet Mussolini ROME—Premier Mussolin, in an en deavor to establish a regular trans atlantic air service, has issued invita tions t osomo of the wolrd's greates so that the publication might act as a deterrent to any other Americans who might be considering flying Chinese planes. OUillC HUMS »»* *'***.7 * —~"—e»~ countries are expected to attend an discuss the ways and means of estab lishing such a service. TONIGHT 9:00 p. m. $10.00 In Gold FREE Be sure to attend. You may hold the lucky number. Winner must be in audience. Mseased Apple Trees Reported Seedling Trees Shipped Here From Other States Said to Be Infected LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-(/P)-Recent nspections have proved that about hree-fourths of the Kansas-grown ap- >le seedlings now shipped into Arkansas are infected with blotch, one of the most serious liseases in Arkansas, Paul H. Miller, chief inspector for ;he State Plant Board said. Mr. Miller has warned Arkansas nurserymen. not to use the seedlings for budding purposes. Identification of the disease was confdimed by Dr V. H. Young, plant pathologist and by John E, Dunecan of the United State Bureau of Plant Industry. The cankers of the disease generallj appear on the bark of the seedlings slightly sunken spots about one eighth of an inch in diameter aw light brown in color. siripcu uttuujr wiui*«*i »w...-•«— early school days. give, the prescribed chic to an otherwise indifferent little, short-jacketed, suit of diagonal wool. 1 Be you blonde, brunnete,, or red head, its the color of the gown and not hair fliat determines the shade of ne lip rouge you must use. A noted eauty specialist suggests a raspberry one, with a wine colored gown,; and iame for costumes of green; flame; ed", white ot 'black. Lipstick with a hade of purple in it should be used or the new blue fabrics and pastel red for the pastel-hued. Wrinkles, according to Mme, Rena, beauty expert, do not come from worry, but are due rather to a lack if worrying. She says its because persons haven't anything to keep their minds or muscles occupied that wrinkles begin to form on their heads. ATLANTA, Ga.—Sharp action wa aken by the Georgia democratic ex cutive rules committee Thursday t larify the unusual political situatio which has developed around, the pref rence primary of March 23. After formally certifying Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt of New York and Judge Gus Hill Howard of Stlanta, the commitfee refused Roosevelt's appeal that Governor William I. Murray of Oklahoma be permitted o enter the contest. Murray was declared disqualified jecause his application failed to arrive before 1 p. m., February 22, whereafter the Oklahoma governor was quoted as hotly resenting the, ac- 1 of the committee. UTcctfUZA* ***!** *»"• •****• j- •—— — —---has been the corespondent in several divorce cases nothing would surprise us much. They the ever necessary butler, portrayed by Mr. 'Hugh Murphy, provides the correct setting for a most unusual love story. This is a fast-moving comedy «f modern love and. being played by tirt I best of Harlequin's talent, lit,offers.the I best of .entertainment. So % come-tol see "Just CSB It--Love,": for after all —it really is. v lalcicu i*i*u*» ** **»•«*• *M»«.»^» —.— — —-— pital for treatment of minor injuries and did not attend the funerals. There were life insurance policies totaling- fSOOO on the lives of Mrs. Root and her daughter, relatives said. Mrs. James Boot said she married. Root five years ago and! they never were divorced. She said he tried 1 sev- era ttimes to end her life in automobiles. Each time, she said, Root leaped from the car in time to escape but she suffered serious injuries hi one accident He told her, she related, he had escaped from the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kansas, and that a previous wife and her mother were kilted in the crash ot an automobile h* was driving. Hoot deserted, her a few month The disease will spread from th lower trunk of the tree after it i planted to the limbs and the fruit wi have unsightly spots, making it un marketable. Nurserymen were warned against using any Kansas-grown seedlings unless certified as blotch free by Kansas inspectors or by Arkansas inspectors. The use of roots of diseased seedlings is reported probably safe if the top is cut off well below the ground. Mr. Miller said that at the next meeting of the Plant Board Dr. Young will probably present for consideration quarantine measures designed to remedy the situation. Cotton Belt Seeks Order toSell Bonds Loans Nee.ded for Refunding of Outstanding Debts of Company WASHINGTON.— (/P) —The Cotton Belt railroad Friday applied to the Interestate' Commerce Commission for permission to issue $39,500,000 of general and refunding mortgage bonds to be pledged with the Reconstruction Finance Corporation for loans needed to refund outstanding debts. The issue would refund 1511,000 of 5 per cent bonds of the Paragould Southwestern .Railroad company, due in 1934. Chinese Buy Bibles Despite Country'* Ills SHANGHAI— (#)-The Bible is still a best stller in China. . Devastating floods, famine, bawditry and civil warfare in 193t did nothing to stop the sale of Bibles in this The secretary of the BMritish and Foreign Bible Society states, that complete Bibles, testaments, and single books of Holy Writ found no less than 4,'00,000 customers during the year. Sandwiched FRANCE FIELDt. C. Z_— One of the narrowest escapes from death ever witnessed here involved Lieut, Neal Ausman. At 6000 feet, Liuet Amman's plane went into a spin. The pilot jumped and was just ready to pull the release catch on his parachute when he saw his plane directly overhead. He dropped 2000 feet, before a gust of wind blew him from under the plane and allowed him to open his 'chute. Phone 3 80 The Electric Number BACON ELECTRIC ' COMPANY 'end of .1985. -" "•' / L Q C> Transfe/S Stringer A The week beg if! Monday, Februa^ will be Poultr'yjt with us. «-*----' , . « . & Company OPPdSITE PCS' Plans Long FFlight LONDON.—The Hon. Mrs. Victor Bruce has mapped out quite a stiff flying schedule for herself. She plans a non-stop flight for 720 hours, starting and finishing at Hanworth, London, next May. During that time in the air she hopes to cover 72,000 miles. Who Wouldn't Want to Lead a "Dog's UU" Here? -LAST TIMES SATURDAY "HEAVBN ON EABTW' with L£W wul KEN MAVNARD In "POCATELLO KIO' Sunday- Monday AS HUMAN AS THEY WEgE IN "BAB OIRL" Just as you want them! Loving, squabbling, wise-cracking. And stirring you twice as deeply as ever before! 'DANCE TEAM' —With.- JAMBS P SALLY EI -S AENGER- Delight, Arkansas, February 19, 1932. Guarantee Mutual Life Co., Ohaina, Nebraska. Gentlemen: I am in receipt of your check in full and complete settlement of policy No. 757,799 for $1,000.00, held by my husband, Dr. Wm. P. Hemby. Dr. Hemby died at Prescott on Feb. 8th, and with the necessity of a guardian for the minor daughter* I really expected! some delay. However, your check bears the date of February 17th. 1 appreciate the prompt service rendered by you and your representative, Mr, J. E. Collins- yours very truly, CORA ESTELLE HEMBY, V. Hemby. »0 A New Prosperity is Arising}! 1 ''**"' Eyes that have been looking backward to the lasV s period of prosperity ; no\v- look forward to a new»;y and even greater prosperity, a prosperity.bmlU" stouter stuff. The new prosperity wiU arise. QI of hard work; thrift and courage and en START TODAY WITH Citizens National Bank Capital and Surplus—$300,000,00 OFFICERS ANB DIRECTORS » is having V, Lockesburg, Ark. January 28, 1932. Guarantee Mutual Life Co., Omaha, Nebraska. Gentlemen: I thank you f«C your prompt and full settlement in connection with policy No. 759*62 for $1000.00 held by my late husband Benjamin H. Zachry. Although I b,a4 even you no notice of our loss ypur representative was at my house and made the proof of clai** on Janwtry 23nd, just four 4*y» a|Jfr hj$ funeral- Such service to yoJ«r pfitwy holders should cause peopte t« pkw their family pJCO«*cU«B wb y«W company- Very R. M. LaGBQNB. President. L. P. REED, Vies President. R. M. BJUANT, Vice President, C. C. SPHAGINS, Cashier. J. C. HALL, Assistant Cashier, 3 Per Cent Interest on Sayings Majestic Building Phone «f«4 Meftdows-Draughon Graduate* Get the Be«\ Positions ^ A &utfiN Sikml Catering i« «M» Be^r ci»ss ot U3SRSJSR te^Ja Sfj Training, «**• constant touch with * fl? best tune to enroll Ca« phon* or writ* BUSINESS COLLEGE A. Meadows, B, Accfe, ¥Wk

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