Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 3, 1932 · Page 3
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J$JF''ijjf*'ti*t ^W¥? f ';''^W*m > Best \e Ait Quitting ' « v The busy career; ftefl is the fitting Of Self to one's sphere. .' Tls tfiift brookjs motion Clear wltftout strife, fleeting ti ocean, After this \lfe, 'TIS loving and serving. the highest arid best; 'Tts onward, unswerving, And this is'true rest. , .—Selected. Mr, and .Mrs. tfavls Qulnn and children of .Pine Bltifl will sfoent the week end visiting with Mrs. George Carter and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cart* er. .The faareh meeting of the "Brookwood Parent Teacher Association was Held on Wednesday afternoon at the i More Comfort For the Sick Increasing the patient's comfort Will greatly lighten the bdrden of illness. Hie usually well-stocked Sick Room Department of our store can supply many articles that are, invalu- jable in the sick room. Each of .these' articles is of the latest type .used in the best equipped hospitals. Ward&Son The Leading Druggists "We've Got It" Motor Cycle Delivery PHONE 62 Brcjoftworjd scho&l, with a _ r attendance. A most interesting pro gram on "Thrift" was presented, with Mrs. W. P. Singleton and Mrs. H..P Young taking part.2 During the business session, conducted by ifie 'president, Mrs W. L, Carter, plans were made for holding the annual Easter Fcod Sale on March 26, Including col* cred Easter eggs. 1 The jblacV for hold" Ing sale will be announced later, In the count of mothers, Miss Moses' 'room received- the dollar. Mn and Mrs. Harry Rauch left,this week for an extended visit With friends and relatives in Seai y ,Mr. and^Mrs. Hugh M CJaughey have recently moved into the n*w Porterfield apartment on South Main street. Mrs. Frank Miles was hostess on Wednesday afternoon to the members of the Wednesday Contract Bridge club at her apartment on South Phld street. Attractively arranged spring flowers added beauty and fragrance to the rooms, Where contract bridge was played from two tables-with Mrs. W. H. Hutchlnson scoring high. Mrs: Boyd Cutler of Marshall, Tex., was an out of town guest, Outstanding amoiig the early spring bridge parties was the dinner bidge given ,by Mri and MrsTXDUver Wil Hams'on Wednesday evening at their home on South Washington street. The St. Patricks motif,was beautifully carried out in the decorations and bridge accessories. A most tempting dinner was served on four small tables, perfectly appointed, centered with green candles, still further honoring Erin's Saint. In the score count favors went to Mrs. S. L. Murphey, Mrs. Frank Nolan, Thomas M, Kinser and J. F Porterfield The Paisley Parent Teacher Association met in regular session on Wednesday afternoon at the Paisley school; with the President. Mrs Chas. Haynes presiding over a short business period which was followed by Miss Edith Lewis and Miss Elizabeth'Arnett pre- renting their pupils in a very interesting and highly appreciated George Washngton program opening with the •NOW—TODAY! Presents a Big Double Program of Fascinating, Glittering Entertainment •±v ON THE STAGE •'" " ' '" RUTH ROYAL AN!) HER Band Box Revue COMPANY OP 1?—MOSTLY GIRLS —In- Tlio Smartest Musical Comedy Presentation Ever Brought Sbiith Gorgeocs Costumes, Lavish Scenery. 40 Minutes of Real Entertainment 1 IN AND ON THE SCREEN i The Incomparable . r BARBARA STANWYCK -In"FORBIDDEN" -With- ADOLPH MENJOU, RALPR BELLAMY Drama of a Woman Who Sacrificed Her Own Career for That of a Man She Could Love Only in Secret! For Your Spring Wardrobe At Penney's Low Price Here are the shoes 1 for women who want the best. They sparkle with style and chic! The popular straps, the so-good pumps . . . French heels or Spanish. FASHION-RIGHT! All of the leathers that are new and good this season .... the smartest colors and trims tot Spring! J. C. Penney Co. _ iff A1TMIHTT9TOKI Phtme 484 . Hop, Ark, eOteTriteiy Attoclatlefo Will »f Id thile March, meeting oti FH<fey,ftfW'> Hftoft Si 5 ojctedfe fit tHe ertjr hffii All embers fate 'urged to be 'prewnt, Iftrs. fthn S. fclbron, Mrs. .Jennie a«d their giUit ftr*,.O. of Fort Worth, TMtea, With friends in Lewlsvilla on Band Box Revue at SaengerTlmi^aly RutH RoV kl and Orchestra Heralded as 1932's smartest musical comedy, the Band Sox Revue featuring a cast of 18 artists opens Thursday at the Saenger theater. The new production Is a typical New York show, and is dffferent.from any of the former musical shows bokoM in Southern territory. It It a production that is well staged and mounted, and features a dazzling array of costumes. The Band 6ox Revue , affords, a melange of mirth and melody,, «ong and dance. The show is diversified and highly entertaining and its staging and lighting 'effects are dazzling. The show runs through its paces at high speed. Featured as the star is Ruth Royal, nationally famous radio, artist .who is known to listener's as "The Girl' of a Thousand Songs." Besides her individual efforts, Miss Royal introduces her Ensigns, a fast moving and well- routined, stage orchestra, that besides affording the music for. the production' offers a feature novelty presentation. A bevy of beautiful girls is features as J The Band Box Girls .they offer solo and ensemble dance routines. The featured team is Phillis Jacldin and Beth Bobbins who work in the sister fashion-. Other girls in the cast include Muriel Bandy, Peggy Dowel], Thelma Haynes and Marie Norwood. Mike Blackwell acts as master of ceremonies. The feature picture showing in connection with this vaudeville , is "Forbidden" with Barbara Stanwyck. Sharks' fins are considered a delicacy in.China and form an.important part of every elaborate dinner. f ^fc®" 1 ^n ttlT* A singing class was tirjtwMjLH itet Creek chWcH on Suftday fill * :Mlw Betty Schwab spent Sufli riifht with Miss Beatrice Franks,. * Miss Mariotie Byers spent f night and Wednesday with he? _,..... mother, Mrs, Eula Gilbert of Liberty, , Tne program wnfch, was given by the senior high school, of Guernsey,oh Thursday evening was- enjoyed wa large crowd. .Miss Allttie Thomas spent Sunday night with Miss Dorothy Mclver. . Mf. and Mrs,- Alec Franks, and daughter, MfSs Muriel, of Hampton, were the Sunday guests of relatives He-e, , ' "• i Jess Cornelius, 6ock Hays and fier- tilce Hopson called on Clarence Log* an on Monday evening. / .Misses Floye and Margaret Hlcfcs Have returhed .home after a visit with, relatives in/Texarkarta. < t t Mr. and. Mrs, Thomas Logan, and Mrs. G. W. Gilbert, ST., were the Saturday night guests of Mf. and Mrs. C. G. Hays , s ,. jMiss Clara Schwab and Dalton Boyce spent Sunday with Misses Cor* Vine and Llllle Gaines of Melrose . Mcs. Miles .Lawrence of SmackoVer spent the Week end with relatives here. tiavid Griffin of Columbus spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas. •> , Friends of David Hicks will be sorry, to know that he is confined to his home, due. to illness. We wish for him a speedy recovery. Miss Opal Wise spent Wednesday night with Miss Mabel Mosier of Liberty. Little Miss Bonnie Gilbert of Liberty spent Monday visiting in the Guernsey, hgli school. Mss Sybil Boyd.spent Sunday with Miss Nellie Hays, Clifford Byers of Kilgore, Tex., spent thp week end with his parents here. Miss Floye Hicks is confined to her bed this week, due to being thrown from a runaway horse Sunday afternoon. Miss Violet Brosius and Jess Cornelius visited Mrs. George Radcliff of Powers Sunday afternoon. pMlce,, csptutta him. fell me wit dfessed-tott,well dreised. 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