Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 1, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 1, 1932
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CommgtoSaenger ?e reach the grandest height; pni.jtreke at, a lime, earth's hidden Will slowly come to light: On? teed, at a time; and the forest • On* dftip at a time and the river flows, Intfc the boundless sea. ' ' Onft grain of knowledge, arid that well 'stored, Another and more on tham; "As a»J« rolls on your mind will shine With'many a .garnered gem Of thought and wisdom. And time WM tell "Ohe thing at a time, and that done well," ^ Is wisdom's 'proven rule.—Selected. Mrs. B. F. Ellington and little son of Atlanta, Tex,, are guests of Mrs Ellington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Moore. The March meeting of the Brook- Wood Parent Teachers association will be held on Wednesday afternoon nt 3 o'clbck at the Brook wood school. All members are urged to be present. Miss Martha Stttnid has returned from a week's vacation in Chillicdthe, Mo; . The-Paisley Parent Teachers associ- tlon will hold their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday afternoon at ,3 o'clock at. the Paisley, school. .In keeping with the Bicentennial celebrations, a George Washington program will be rendered, and it is urged that all members be present. * Mr. and Mrs. J/L. Tedder .and- fam- Eggs-tra! ~tty, spent Springs, Sunday visiting in Hot Mr. and Mrs. Corbin.-Foster and then- guest Miss Clyde Martin Spent Sunday visiting with friends and relatives in Atlanta, Tex. The Pat Cleburn Chapter U. D. C. will 'hold their March -meeting on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. L. Bracy, with Mrs. George Spragins, Mrs. Ida Boyott and Mrs. J. F Gorin as associate hostesses x Friends and relatives will be glad to know that Mrs. W. F. Garner, who recently underwent an operation at the Josephine hospital, is reported as improving. Mrs. H. A. West and Miss Hattie Anne Feild were Tuesday visitors in Texarkana, ' «.>,,„ George Cameron, lately of Louisville, Ky., has spent the past few days visiting-with''his mother, at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gibson, Sr., en route to Fort .Worth, Tex,, where he will enter law school. Talk about dcprssion! Look <at th size of the e«jgs ley had" in prehistoric times as compared with the present- day variety. Miss Louise Scott is'hold- ing, at the left, an egg of the extinct Aepyomis bird of Madagascar. It's on exhibition at the National. Museum at Washington, D. C., and is equal in bulk to 144 chicken eggs like the one at the right. Mrs. Lon Jones of Ashdown is,the house guest of her sister, Mrs. J. E. Collins. Dr. Don Smith made a professional vislt k to Little Rock on Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Brice Kaufman spent Sunday visiting with friends' in Arkadelphia. • . • Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith have as Tuesday guests, Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. J. G. Clark .of Arkadelphia and niece, Mrs. Robert Rhodes of Atlanta, Ga. Miss Beryl Henry City Supt. of public schools will spend Tuesday and Wednesday in Little Rock attending the child's health conference, convening in, that ^city on' 4 March'1 and.. 2. Dr. and-.Mrs.«Don Smith spent Sunday Visiting with friends and relatives n Arkadelphia. Two-Day Engagement Will Begl n on Local ' Stage Thursday * A bit of Broadway, with its «ay white way and flashing lights, Its theatres and musical revues, that is kttown, to all followers of the theatre, will be seen At the Saenger theatre when the Band Box Revue, a smart modern musical comedy comes to Hope, opening for two days, beginning Thursday. This revue features the latest style of stage presentation with gorgeous costumes and staging. The company of.18 artists features Ruth ftdyal. the popular notional radio artist and her ensigns, In addition to a bevy of beau- tlful girls who sing and dance in solo and ensemble fashion. Miss Royal, who for the past several seasons has starred over the national ftttworks, is making her stage debut in this revue type show. She is an .excellent singer and pianist, and her voice according to critics of the radio, compares favorably with that of Kate Smith, who is now starred dally over the Columbia Chain. " The Ensigns, under the direction of Miss Royal, will,prove popular as a stage band, with routine that is different from anything yet seen in the way of orchestral presentation. Besides affording the music for the-production, they offer their own novelty and feature numbers. The Three Aristocrats, a male trio, afford excellent vocal harmony with the Ensigns. A dance .team Jhat for several' seasons excelled in revue work is also, a feature of the Band Box Revue. "Phyllis Ja'cklin and Beth Robbins, two winsome misses who feature solo' and ensemble work. Other girles featured in the cast include Peggy Do well, Muriel Bandy, Thelma Haynes, and Marie Norwood. Mike Blnckwell acts as master of ceremonies. ' The Band Box Revue is well staged and routined and affords a program that is diversified, fast and" well, balanced. The feature picture that day will be "Forbidden" with Barbara Stanwick and Aldolph Menjou. 'irector of ft-TY A Play on Wednesda 1 Af^er a week end visit with friends and relatives n ithe city, Mrs. Ed Lipscomb returned on Monday afternoon W. club has been postponed until to her home in Little Rock. Tuesday evening, March 8. The.regular meeting of the B. & P. Tuesday and Wednesday (2 Cfaramaunt ^picture . -With- CLIVE BROOK VIVIENNE OSBORNE CHAS, RUGGLES He had a good wife, two adorable kids, a nice home—yet he took a "Husband's Holiday"—WHY? It reveals a secret every woman thnts married or contemplates marriage should know. New Hope Mr< and Mrs. Roberts and family spent Sunday at Providence. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cox and family are moving this week. We hope they will like their new home. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Watkins and daughter, Ethel, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Arrington -and family. We had a very good singing at this place Sunday night, however, there were some who did not know abotu it, and we hope next , Sunday night ' they, will come...., ,. Mr. and Mrs. Horace . ..... ,. Bumpus of . . near Washington passed • through this community Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Hockett and family of Guernsey were the Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mangrum; however they, spent Sunday with her father, Mr. Lockard. Mrs. Loyd . Hockett is spending a few days with .relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Recce Arrington are going to move to their home this week. We hope they will like it fine, t^mt__ T ™* w ww / R9YAI OIM of a, 1000 SQNQJ A MINIATURE MUJ1CAL, COMEDY -FEATUBE PtCTVBE- BARBABA STANWYCK in "FORBIDDEN" THURSDAY WARNING ORDER In the Hempstend Chancery Court. The Federal Land Bank, of St. Louis Plaintiff vs. ... C. Spates, et al. Defendants The Defendants, G. C, Schoonmaker, •Mrs. G. C. Schoonmaker, his wife; Mrs. T. J. Carter; Thomas Carter, and Virginia Carter, his wife; Gordon Carter; Fhyll Carter; Nina Gill Carter; James Edwaro! Carter; Robert Carter; and each of them, are warned to appear in 'this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, The Federal Land Bank, of St. Louis. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 8th day of Feb. 1932. WILLIE HARRIS, (Seal) Clerk. Atty. Plif., E. F. McFaddin, Hope, Arkansas. —Feb. 9-16-23-March 1. Mrs. Cornelius Ball, above, is Director of Harlequin .Little' Theatre of Arkansas College, Batesvllle, which will present the smart three-act comedy, "Just Call It—Love' 'at Hope High School on Wednesday night, March 2, at 8:30 o'clock. • The local production is. sponsored by the P. T. A. which is selling tickets in advance that a capacity house may see this delightful production. According to "The Playbill" of September, "Arkansas College has every reason to be proud of its Little Theatre. It has at its head one of the most capable directors in the South .and it has to its credit the facts that it is the oldest college theater in the state and that it has been the only organization of its kind to tour the state in order, to stimulate interest in college dramatics. Dean Virgil Jones of the University of Arkansas is particularly, generous in-his praise of Harlequin Little Theaters perfc-rman.ee at tlje University .and-pays, high tributeito its director, Mrs. Cornelius Ball.": ; Quoting the Helena! World of July 21, 1931, "Recognitio nof ithe talent and ability, of Mrs. .Cornelius Ball is widespread,, not only- in 'Arkansas, but throughout the countk-y, her work as (director of-Harlequin Little Theater- of;/Arkansas College^having been rated, 1 as the : best not only in the State, but in the .'Southwest. Mrs. Ball-enfieaVs'herself to the hearts-of every ( audience on ...account of her Charm • and warmth' of .personality." ' Under Mrs. Ball's direction, Harlequin Little * Theatre of. AJrkansas College'has won a national rating, having Sbeen'runner-up in the National University Theatre Tournament at Chicago'in 1929. Harlequin Little Theatre won the college competition in the State Theatre: Tournament at LJttle, Rock : last year. , Miss , Doris Magness, 'who played the' lead" in "The Cnjun,";will}be seen as "Ann Martin, afe.l.lashing.j.lead Jn.i'Just Call 'It— .Love" on ^Wednesday evening, March 2, The cas tis an all star one. Bet at High School to Be Given Attention di the- spring days hive aftpeaf4d, n htt bwft giwnt to outside Rants', the Junior* Senior \ High School Parent Teacher* Assoda\lott is making a Call to th* people of'Hope foR-shrubbety tot the new high tihiMT grounds. The landscape afohiteeK specified the following evergreens I srube. If you havfc any of this, pk call Mrs, &' S. Lowthorp at w hold, at the hijh school, "slfi , what you 'will contribute. They wit in time, Call fdr this. , v , Evergfeens—4 Juniperos VIrginiana) ____ „ wdffe of the Maw ott Service wa< •*# before,, red ce3ar,,2-3'j 13 Jiiniperos VN iana, red cea*r,i,3-4 ( ; 22 Savins juhip«r, I-*; 9 Pfltztr* juniper, 2^3';. 8 pine, 6-8' 8 pine, 848; 5 pine 10.12*. Shrubs- 36 Abella grandiflora; 8 :yld6nla japoriica, flowering quince; .7 Deutiia, hills of snowf 13 Euonymus lauonica, japonica; 16 Forsythia in- termedia, Goldenbell; 4 Hibiscus, Al* theas; 2 Philadelphus grandiflora, Sweet Mock Granger 3 Rhus typhina, Staghorn eumac; I Spires' Anthony Caterer; 6 Symphoricarpus raceniosa, Snowberry; 12 Symphoricarpus vul- gare, Coral berry; 1 Syringe .vulgare, common lilac; 6 Hydrangea; 6 Crape Myrtle; -161 Tall Privet; 10 Nandiha lomestica; S Sassafras*; 25 Splrea Van Houtte; 8 Virburnum; 6 Wigella roses, pink wigelia. . . ffl&dt the poiltloH of m farmtt'rhori(>,)ft*ttfe haw that el jflo« ottfef Mr., field Mid, "An a] how have- dh appeal .td than fever fadf%reT . Many looking toward economy , ______ tlons,must be made if the faWns art to maintain this position. ,'« » "ifBKnie llve«aMibftic" program be continued. It U the first duty of the farm to ' Spring Lingerie Will fc Scanty 2hiffon and,Lace Principal Materials in Night- robes and Pajamas NEW YORK—(/P)-Spring has wafee s way into the boudoir .bringing with, t lingerie, nigh,trobes and pajame f white, shading from gardenia t< reamy. old ivory. Lingerie is more sheer and scanty than ever, with chiffon and lace th> ;ading materials used. Slips-an< hemises are mostly backless with th iniest roiled straps extending clear o the wastline in back. The fitted rassiere top is generally featured. Lace is used for a pajama ensemble ith soft cream 'satin and designec long tailored lines. Chiffon is used or several new nightrobes with' deli ate, imported lace tops. One of the latter has a narrow rib on sash of mint green satin and i orn with matching satin mules. Lime green, saffron green, jade and lettuce re other fresh colors seen in robes ackets and sandals. the comfortable maintenance of life OH that. farm. A real liVe-at-,, « program 1 provides for the, most iesome, healthful, and satisfying foods, including hoine'cured and meats, poultry and *ggs, milk tter, fresh vegetable* and ffuit prod' rpluses of canned in the season and dried garden Wi farm does not provide' the fresh The ' BILIOUSNESS CLEARED UP BILIOUSNESS may show Itself by a coated tongue, bad breath, headache, spots before the eyes, dizziness, poor appetite, "doplness," but prompt relief may be expected from taking Thecl- ford's Black-Draught. "When I got bilious, I had a bad taste in my mouth, and then severe headaches that put me to bed," writes Mrs. Anna Copeland, Anderson, S. Q. "I found Black- Draught relieved this. I felt better after taking it. Black- Draught is a good medicine." It would not have been used so long, or by so many, It it wasn't really good. Get A 25-cent package at the drug store, and try it. Thed fords «OA» BLACK- DRAUGHT Splendid.Program By Shover Pupils Several Visitors in Attendance at Rural School, Program Last Friday Shover Springs School gave the following program Friday afternoon: Song, "America the Beautiful. Greeting—John Taylor Laseter, Washington—John Beckworth. 'Tis Splendid to Live so Grandly- Ruby Aaron, Like George Washington—Glendon McWilliams. 'A Boy's Privilage—Gilson Ross. If Washington Were Here—Play. The Name of Washington—Thomas Walker. February's Famous Men; play—• Maridell Semback, .Helen Crews, Juanita Beckworth, Marie Light and Zelma Aaron. My Country—Perry Rogers. Our Flag, play. Song, "The Star Spangled Banner." Three Flags ni One, play. The Vision of Betsy Ross—Ruth Aaron, I May Be u President—Rufus Darwin. This Flag-Kenneth McWilliams. Our George Washington—Marjorie McWilliams. . The remainder of the program was given on the school yard. The Pine Tree, poem. Trees—Pauline Light. Dedication of tree. Tree Grow On, song. The pine tree was dug up and planted by pupils of the school. About 25 visitors attended this interesting program. ACKSEST DRIVERS LICENSE To "Matching shoe,' bag and^ gloves en cmbles, are shown in white kid. The amps of the shoes, the flaps of the bags and the cuffs of the gloves are decorated with eyelets daintily- em broidered in red, blue or .green silk to resemble star-like shapes. Raspberry pink organdie embroidered in white flowers is the stuff whereof a dream of a dress for summery nights is made. The gown Is trimmed with tiny ruchings about the .skirt, the • square neckline and the shoulder straps, A modern little Jacket, hip length and with long, intricately fashioned sleeves completes the costume. Belts are indispensible with the new jacket costumes. One jaunty belt of black suede is baout three inches wide, with a buckle of Kelly green about 4V4 inches square. Other belts are of white kid braided with silver, gold, or colored kid. It Worked, All Right SEATTLE. Wash.—To catch a thief that had been constantly stealing butter and eggs off his back porch, Marcus A. Neumann rigged up a clever trap. The trap worked—and how! Naumann forgot all about the trap and nearly hanged himself before he realized that he had wakled into the trap accidentally, Careful Bachelors LONDON.—Scottish bachelors had better be careful this leap year. Seven hundred years.ago the Scottish Parliament passed an act ,imposing severe penalties on any bachelor who refused a proposal in leap year.. The act has never been repealed. The leap year idea is said to have originated in Scotland. 666 LIQUID-TAPLJETS-SALVE 066 Liquid or Tablets used Internally and 664 Salve externally, make a complete and effective treatment for Colds. MOST SPEEDY REMEDIES KNOWN. Court Asked to Revoke Deal Made by Caldwell ST. lyOUIS, Mo.—(/P)-Suit to compel the Inter-Southern Life Insurance company of Louisville, Ky., to repurchase real estate bonds and mortgages with a face value of $2,040,000 now held by the Missouri State Life Insurance Company under a contract negotiated by Rogers Caldwell and his father, James E. Caldwell, of Nashville, Tenn., who formerly controlled both companies, was filed in Circuit Court here Mondyjj. The suit, filed in the name of Harvey H. Sims, St. Louis bridge contractor, who says he owns 300 shares of Missouri State Life Insurance Company stock, asked that stock of the Missouri State owned by the Kentucky company be impounded and a receiver appointed to hold and liquidate this stock to satisfy any judgment that might be returned in the litigation. Fall Brings Speech LONQQN.-Tb.o9ws F. Bu«, jjg, was born deaf and dumb. He suffered u * U white climbing a trie «fld sus- ^ nwW M. ftr** lifetime Guaranteed GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY TUNIC I WFA A wppl . j| jJBIr • 29*4.50-20 30*4.50-21 28*4.7549 39x5.0049 30*8 K I ARKANSAS MACHINE gram provides grain,, hay and'pasture for the wide Stock* and other animals , kept on'theXfarm, and includes among isfactions < these gropsy reasonable 1 amount of - ' legumes to eVictt the -ration for the animals and \o enrich thV f Soil on which- they ar&- grown. This pi, provides for surpluses"oTcrSps" for fofcAto be sold'for Cash'to P--,-- r other sources of income and to. main tain a comfortable home and furnish other satisfactions'demanded by the present standard of'living. The live- at-home program will'continue x to be one of the leading parts of the program of county agents and county home demonstration agents until it is gen-' erally practiced and becomes a fixed habit on most of the marmg. Much headway has been made on it for the past several years. - ' "Second—Surveys are being made by county agents and county home demonstration agents 'to determine what things are now being imported in their counties and sold which can be successfully produced on and sold from the farms in their counties. When these facts are known, an* effort is to be made to provide these products from home farms and thus give this additional source'.of cash crop production to home farms, and keep the money in the local community. This will help the farmer, the merchant, and the consumer. In one Arkansas county seat town a potential source of $260,000 additional cas income to farmers has been found,as p result of this survey of the,local markets. This is another way in which county agents and county horne demonstration agents are serving all Arkansas people this year. Cash Crops Urged "Third—The plans after growing the living at home and surplus cash crops to meet home markets include the further production of all the cash crops best known to the marwers of any particular section of the state. In most parts of the state .this crop is cotton. Cheap production of cotton is urged—production at so low a cosi thtat the cotton can be sold.with some profit should the price not change materially. "Fourth—The ordinary, market machinery and methods have been put to a severe test, and in many cases n 'A ,"Seventh-The>ryi iris oh,the;fari«s.u«i girls _ bus will be, £ Cltib worltj'anc catldnal, and' these young itt their demonstration* I and in its permanent j future." '", •*' ,K CREAM WJ Wepaythetiiltl ket prices il '- lis and Poultry, W. HOMER 1 Opposite, Posted • iai LOC^ Stringer A 1 •• ^wy^S PHONE 501 or J«l| WARMING ORDER Jn the Hempstead County Chancery Court' , Margaret Maxwell, Aslgnee .Plaintiff Vs No. 2533. H. O. Green, and Mrs. Willie Green, his wife; B. L. Carter, Trustee; Mrs. Cora Epp* and Southwest Arkansas Utilities Corporation, a ' Corporation Defendants The Defendants, H. O. Green and Mrs. Willie Green, his wife, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court of Hempstead county, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Margaret Maxwell, Assignee, Witness my hand as Clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on this 8th day of February, 1932. WILLIE HARRIS, (Seal) Clerk of Hempstead County Chancery Court. Lemley & Lemley, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Feb. 9-16,23-Mar. \ Phone 38 The Electric Nui BACON EL COMPAWf, Good New^g Williams' Laboratories ed to have a man, in youir t ti will tell you about WHX1 MULAB, the New Formulae who have been fortunate to | tie are so enthusiastic about,' This Formulae is wvaU community for the first your bottle now and see \ what wonderful results it prodti Satisfaction guaranteed money rf eund*d. 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