Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 2, 1932 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 2, 1932
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* thf «raj> beok of mt hear*;,/ H8t waste one pag* on foilj^ live to iMvn, and \iwtt to live. If- we want to- B itre m*n Rnowterfgw iWe must IM' It, nt « m givi Ete you wish th* worfd eiw . Then remember day by do? Just to scatter seeds of klfldrt«s» As- we pass alonj the wayj For the t>fea*ur«i of the many" M*y be ottlmes traottt to me, Ar the hand thai plants an ncorn Shelters armies from the sun. -fi. W. W. Mi. and Mrs. B. E. Newton and little daughter Alice Of Little Rock'.arrived Tuesday fw a few days Vistt nwHh Mt. and Mrs, W. W. Ducket*. Mrs. Robert Fitehugh of Ardrtwre, Okl«., was thw Tuesday guest of Mr»; Jas, A. Henry, Sr., and M^» Lucy Boyd. Mrt, Fltzhugh will be rtmemb- ftMd by old friends as Miss fitflel Hartin, a member of one of Hope'J pionmor families. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Cutler v of Mar-, shall Texas have spent the. past few- days visiting with friends in the city. James R, Henry Is making a business trp to St. Louis this week. Mrs. J. L. Ligon of-Conway arrived Tuesday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. James R. Henry Jr., and Mr. Henry Mrs. G. B. Mlxon is spendirig some time vlsitng with friends and relatives In El Dorado , Mrs. George Sandcfur has returned from a short visit with friends a.'id relatives in Texarknnrt. S Mrs.' Jack Bush is spending this week visiting with friends and relatives in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wendling hove returned to their home in Shreveport, after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Porterfield In celebration of his ninth bitrhday - anniversary, Thos. Kihser, Jr., entertained a. number of his young boy friends on Tuesday afternoon at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. M. Klnser on South Main 1 street. Games were played on the lawn, and the young host received many attractive gifts. Marbles were given as favors: The refreshments included a beautiful birthday cake, topped with nine glowing candles. One of tho most attractive of the curly spring bridge parties was that given on Tuesday evening by Mrs, John L. Britt at her home on South .Washington street. The car rooms • were beautifully decorated -with » quantity of spring flowers, Deluding narcissi!, jonquils and jnponlcas, and attractively arranged for three tables. In the score count. ,lrw- Wi-own wa» high for the men and Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton for the ladies. At the close of the game, the hostess assisted by Mrs. Irwin Urrey served delicious angel food cake with coffee. , Mrs. Ernest Wingfield will be host- Oh, Skinner! •Lang* favofite of theatergoers, OtL Skinner,, Veteran actor now on tour <ntfwh 'hete, startled Pittsburgh • whei he said on arrival there: "Schoo teachers L are responsible for sloppy vulgar speech in this. country. . They whirie .and they mumble and they mispronounce their wbrds. 'Then thi children do the same." ess to the members of the Thursday Bridge club on Thursday afternoon al h<3l- home oh North Pine street. Mrs. T. L. McDonald was hostess on Tuesday afternoon to the members oi the Tuesday bridge club at her home on South Pine street. A profusion of beautiful spring flowers brightened the rooms and bridge was played from two tables. Prizes were won by Mrs. Terrell Cornelius and Mrs. Tully Kenry. Following the game, the hostess served a most tempting desert plate. Mrs. Cornelius Ball of Batcsville is the guest of Miss Morion Carlton al the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. CarKon on East Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Davis, Alexandria, La., announce the arrival of a son, born Tuesday, March 1. Flood Waters Over Washington Farm Lands SEATTLE, Wash.— (/P)— Hundreds of acres, of farmlands in the lower Snohomish and Skagit river valleys were covered Monday by flood waters which havt drowned some livestock and driven scores* of farm families to higher ground. Muddy waters of the Snohomish, an aerial observer reported, stretched acrtisVan area 14' miles in length 'and two miles in width from the' mouth. No loss of life has been reported, however, since a recent series of disasters caused by heavy rains in which 14 persons were killed. Two sculpeures in stucco, fashioned in central Asia about 1,500 years ago, have, been bought by the St. Louis art museum. 2 Tear Out This Ad It Will Admjt PERSONS FOR THE PRICE OF To See the Entire Performance at the SAENGER Good Tonight (Wed. Night) Only Showing Last Times Wednesday "Husband's Holiday" -With- Cllva Brook, Vivian Osbornc Charles Rugglcs 0(M p/* 1000 JONOi A MINIATURE; MUNCAL/ COMfOV/ -FEATURE PICTUBE- IARBARA STANWYCK in "FORBIDPEN" SAENGER Frid»y Providence Sunday school and singing were well attended here Sunday afternoon and Sunday night. The Pincy Grove boys basketball team played our boys Friday afternoon The local boys were defeated' by six points. , Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Phillips and family and MK an3 Mrs. W. R Huddleston of Hope, Mr and Mrs. Dee Roberts and family of ner New Hope, Mr and Mrs. Leo Ray and son Jack, and Miss Bonnie uBtcmnn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ray and I'amily. Mr. and Mrs. J. B Gaines and fam- ly of Hope, Mr and Mrs. A. R. Camp- jell and Mr. and Mrs. J M Watson ahd jaby spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. ?. A. Campbell and family. Mr. and Mrs, V. H. Whitten were 5unday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack Thompson MV. and Mrs. Vernon Schooley and son, Blake, spent Sunday with her lather, J. F. Tonncmaker. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Jones visited ler mother. Mrs, Breed of near Piney Grove Sunday afternoon. Miss: Floyce Roberts was the supper ?ues.-t of Misses Sarah and Ruth Ray Sunday night. Miss Pauline Simmons is visiting Misr. Fay Turner of Green Laseter this week. Mrs. C, C. Browning visited Mrs. 2. S. Jones Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Crosnoe of Hope visited her sister, Mrs R. S. Watson and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Scudder Bateman and jaby spent Saturday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zan Bateman. Mi-, and Mrs, Johnnie Clark of Hope pent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clark. Mrs. Milton Simmons and children pent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. C. C. Browning. .... .... ., j Tho party given-by'; Mr. and Mrk V H. Whitten Thursday night was very much enjiyed by those who attended. ftfcwlra *** feaiure In the Atave It 6 piciure^OT.ip^ urcnesiru HIM nrwrflutsjanuing feature in me "BAND BOX RfiVuE," olid .of ih« Smartest IWuSlcal Comedies cvtr to come South. H MpfteafS at the SfleHlfer,Thursday and Friday, both IVfallnec and Laneburg Folks have'. eW.talpiy.''been enjoying the past .few <days of;sunshine'.' '•'• '' • Most everyone htfs been bUsy.UhlB past week' thrashing- pea's.,.; ,, / , } , Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fore were'Sun- day gueets of Mr. awd-, Mrs. C.'C. Wdosley '>•':••<: '<*•<., -. ..-, The boy's basketball' team • and coach, Mi-. Stevens, enjoyed a fishing trip Saturday ntght. * They'-reported a nice time but nb'-fishv •• : • '-<•'' Mr. and Mrs. George Fore-visited relatives at DeQueen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B; Almand and daughter, Onis, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. 6. Woosley " Mildred Green, Inez: Fuller, Lila Powell, Evelyn Tonilih and Mildrfcd Stuart spent Monday "night with Mary Ann Martin. •' ' The junior class enjoyed a party Monday night, given by their sponsor Miss Ara Stokes nt the home of Superintendent H. F. Rider. Mi 1 , and Mrs, Neil Fore visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ca*l- houn, Sunday. Rev. T. L. Eptpn Will preach at this place Sunday evening, March G. Everyone be sure and hear him. Nichols The play given at- this . place Thursday night was well attended and. enjoyed by all. We. thank; each and everyone for their help. ; -. Misc Sallie : EasteHihg" spent -Saturday night with Miss"; Pearl. Defendant 111, Case Continued at Dallas AUSTIN-(tf>)-Tnal of John W. Vowcn of Dallas on a charge of forg- ng and passing forged state witness ee certificates was continued in Travis ounty district court Monday because f Bowen's illness. Trial of the fee extortion charge gainst S. A. Christian, former sheriff f, Hall county, was continued to /larch 22. Christian's attorneys said he former Hall county sheriff was. ill. ,HE OK1LV THING TrIAT SPOILS r U3VE AT FIRST SIGHT IS A SECOND LOOK.' SKATING RINK To Open Soon The Hope Skating Rink on North Main will open around the 10th of March, if the weather prevails. Will open with "balloon shower," with everyone receiving a balloon who attends. Later on, full mas- quarade carnivals are planned, with numerous prizes offered to both ladies and gentlemen. Also tackie parties, with prizes and souvenirs, such as balloons, paper hats and confetti. The floor has recently been resurfaced, and all skates have been placed in good repair. Hockey games, and many others that can be played on skates will be featured. Races of all kinds, such as po- tatoe and wheelbarrow, with a world of fun. 20c to skate and no admission price. Two or more hours allowed for skating. Watch papar for opening date. Morning, afternoon and night Floyd McKamie. and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with.Mike Wihberry and family. .';..,. ;.•:••};!' Barney McKamie and family spent Saturday night and Sunday«. Reecp.- Brfentley and.- family. ,,; -".'. -,, ,s Mis*, 'Ada; Marlor; spent Sunday ""' ... f ... , Lile EasterEnj; spent Sunday*. Hvii Olcn McKamie. / A;; .: -'/.''?; Miss Pearl- Winberry spent a while Friday afternoon with Miss' Ida May. Mrs. Mae Smith, spent a few days oi last week with Mrs. P', G. Nchols.i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rayborn spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Tom Lbe, • ,;. Mrs. Hbmer Nichols and Da Elnora spent Friday with Mrs. 'p' Niehofc. . •'•' Mrs. Hoover at Rites for Friend in Georgia BRUNSWICK, Ga.—(/P)—Mrs. Her-, bert Hoover interrupted her southern cruise to attend the funeral of an old friend, Mrs. Howard E. Coffin, wife of the Detroit motor magnate, Monday. The president's wife and a party of friends arrived here Saturday night aboard the department of commerce motorship, Sequoia, and had planned to proceed to Miami, Fla., Sunday but Mrs. Hoover decided to- remain over for the funeral at Eapelo Island. With a tax ranging as high as $1,500 a day for a performance, Tennessee is being passed by this year by the circuses. :for Marriage Booked For "Mftfid Bex Revue 0 Cast Keti Strong, former New, York University football player, is shown above Wijh his bride, the former Mii-fi Mabel Anderson, shortly after their marriage at West Haven, Conn. Wounds Prove Fatal 'to Mississippi Bank Robber PICAVUNE, Miss.- W)-J.W... Ward 29-year-old bank bandit who was shot and wounded last', week' in a. battle with officers near here, 'died Monday inva hospital here/ . from , wounds . re- without disclos- v.ltie? ; : robber '. died- ceived in the bat -and liWsfawajped companion, Hill, Were •alleged 'to .have ;stole ; las.t week in the robbery of -the First National Bank a,t Lumberton, Miss. ••-•'•.'. Infuriated Husband Kills Wife's Poodle { TEXARKANA — (ff>) — Following ah argument; with his wife here Wednesday, A.-A. Thompson is alleged to have picked up her pet poodle, taken it to his store and beheaded it with.a butcher knife. As a result, Thompton/was arrested on a charge of cruelty to animals, and will-be given a hearing Sunday. The Thompsons were married just a month ago. 'Several days age the husband left his bride,-but returned today to get his clothing. A quarrel ensued during which" much of the family. furniture and glassware was smashed. As Thompson left the house, he took the dog with him. He admitted to officers that he killed the animal, but declined to tell his story until • he faces court. it Lodal auflieftess Will &i ftu , rr . tunlty t>t seeing the last werd Ift _ modern revue wheh the Bend Bo* ftejmt, aairMnr8ath Iteyali, "Grfrf wf a Thousand Sam*," and heir Ensigns attd comparry trf i| O p<sr5 if tw« day engagement at the Saenger theatre be« ftttMHttg ttext fhUfstfity. Miss ficyal is well kttowh to fol- Icwtrs o! the radio ftr%h«* brodtKasts from the leading* fifttldfidl; networks. Her ringing and piano playing is recoghlied all»<JWSf the tTnrted States. Hot Style 6f Mfiglftg is sTrtilal- to thai or Kate Smith over the Columbia chain.- Belstdea her own* s6ngs, she features hfer oftn orchestra, the Eh- signs, -who are said to afford one at im flfrtaf test- musical of gBrJteattonS oti the road today. Each member of the band is a soloist and entertainer. The Three Aristocrats, a male singing trio is a feature of the Ensigns. Lending the femininity to the presentation is a bevy of beautiful girls, who* feature in solo and ertsenibfe icutines^of sang a ! rld,'dance 3 . These Eirky aw ,well Versed In the 'art of rln£ and dance/ihclUtte Phyllis' Jacklin ( Beth Bobbins, Muriel Bandy, Peggy DowSll, Thelma' HayneS; .and Marfe Norwood. Mike BlackwBll aits as, master of ceremonies. He is a Ringing and dancing jevenile who handles the entire show in a comedy manner. - i The Bstad Box Revue is- well staged arid/costumed and it affords 40 minutes ot diversified and fast moving entertainment, Feature picture to be soon at the Saenger .with: this revue is Barbara Stanwyck in "Forbidden." Married, But Her Husband Wasn't At Wedding! Of the 24,537,864 active spindles in :he United Statps, 16,855,940 are in the cotton growing states of the south. She's on-her way to her. husband who wasn't present on their wedding day . . . Just figure that out! . . . It's simple. The former Dorothy Bayliss, 24, pictured above as she left Washington, was married' bf proxy at the national capital to Lieut. Oscar J. Rumbo of the Argentine Navy, who i is stationed at Buenos Aires. John H., De Baus of Lyon Park, Va.,' acted as proxy, Nippon Banner at Front The blazing 8W yf Japan's war banner spyrs Nipponese fighters in the Sfeonfhai *w *pwt. PlrtMft above shows color guard of the eflipijre's doufbty marines marching to t|a.e front tlirojugh, a subwban Sbanghaj street at the head of fresh troops. Marines wear swal] flags wrapped a)'OUii<J their heads and display their bew),er wherever AH For Pennies PORTLAND, Qve.-G. Ellis Porter met a stranger and they went for a walk. Shortly after they met another "stranger" and the three of them started a game of matching pennies. The result of Porter's chance acquaintances turned out to be the loss of $160 in matching pennies. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM 1 Remorci Dandruff-Stops Hair F»lliaj Imparti Color and Beauty to Cray and Faded Hair H.iKarChcm. Wki.Patth7guc,N.T. BefUntfy, claiming 'entire of $80,000 in jewels found New Yotk apartment, Mrs. Keck, alleged sweetheart of "SmiUrlg Joe" ^ Fllkowskl, insisted that .te Cleveland desperado knew nothing about them. The gems were identified as part of the loot in a recent rofabsty, Mra. Keck is shown above offer Filk- owskl—sought on murder and rohBerif charges for more than two yfeftrs^arid she had Beetl firfeSted in NeW Yorfc J Norma to Seek Paris Divorce uli i'<L '—> " The governor- o fidal fa&sft '*'S.. full name is Martliiy " ., ^f of RHEUMA^ In 48 He Business wooed and Won Norma Talmadge's husband, Joseph Schenck, she charged in announcing plans .to obtain a Paris divorce. Miss Talmadge, once famous screen star, said her husband, a Hollywood producer, was so busy with business that he lwd little time for her. cheerfully, without cnfejj Hei-e's a positiVe^'"^ rheumatism sufferer'^ pass up—you can'fr ' nizing- rheumatism- from it. '' Get one 85 dent bottl from Brianfs Drug Stonf gressive druggist with' " distinct urfderstaKding' ana' torture will all hours or money back. 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Mr. PJ6& former Secretary cf the Hope Chamber of Commerce, is an. experienced fertilizer man and will glady aid you in the sej,et-. tipn of your fertilizer With WHITE DIAMOND there'% aa analysts (by name) for every soil and every crop It's easy tq strow and makes things grow. "A Greater Yield from tvsiy* Field." Arkawsas Product Majie Fw Avk*l«is s > \t -t'l • V; •m

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