Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 23, 1934 · Page 3
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Saturday. June 23, 1984 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ' ' • • • - J^g-BID HENRY TELEPHONE 821 Art and Heart Though critics may bow to art, and I am Its own true lover, It is not nrt but heart which wins the wide world ovev. It is not thce nrist's skill, which into our soul comes stealing With a joy thnt is nlmost pain, but it is the players feeling. And ft Is not the poet's song, though sweeter than swept bolls chiming, Which thrills us thru and thru, but the chart that bents under the rhyming. And therefore we say again, though I am nrt's own true lover, It is not art, but heart, which wins the wide world over. .Selected. Mrs. J: L. Green and Misses Ruby McKce and Beatrice Formby were Thursday visitors in Little Rock and Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley Howard of Murfresboro, Tenn., arrived Saturday for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. E, S. Richards. Circle 5 of the W. M. S. First Baptist church will meet at 4 o'clock on Moi^|y afternoon at the home of Mrs. A,'wTopraggins" on S. Main street, wWft Mrs. Claud Hamilton and Mrs. 3. G. Thommnson as associate hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beck of Dal- 1ns, Texas were Friday guests of Mr. Beck's sister, Mrs. C. C. McNeill and Mr. McNeill. Circles 1 and 2 of the W. M. S. of the First Baptist church will meet at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. B. Mason on North Pine street. Miss Mary Ellen Lindball of Mal- Vern is the house guest of Miss Marjorie Higgasow. Mrs. W. Q. Warren wa hostess to the members of the Friday bridge club with Mrs. Clyde Yarbrough and Miss Gwendolyn Dean as special guests, at her home on S. Main street. The rooms were bright with a profusion of summer flowers and bridge was played from six tables. Attractive favors went to Mrs. Charles Harrell and Mrs. Comer Boyett, and the honor guests received dainty gifts of rememberance. FOR SALE One 1933 Chevrolet Tudor Sedan One 1932 Ford Tudor Sedan One 1929 Buick Sedan. Hempstead Motor Co. Phone 850 207 East Third Free Arch with each shampoo and finger wave this week. 56.50 Permanent $4.00 , Mary's Beauty Shop i Phone 287 Cannon Apartments SALE Silk Boucle Suits for vacation needs. LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP "Excuslve But Not Expensive" Fears for Her Vanished Sister Olive Tutvorson, above, was ono of the lant to hear from her vanished sister, Agnes, now object of a world hunt. The night before Agnes was to leave on her honeymoon with Capt. Ivan Po- derjay, she called Olive, now anxiously awaiting news in her Detroit homo, telling her, by long distance phono from New York, of her happiness. Following the game a delightful ice course was served. As special compliment to Miss Louise Lewis, wiiose wedding has been announced for Sunday, Juno 24, Mrs. Bert Mauldin and Misses Martha Cantley and Xanthippe Porter entertained at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Mauldin on W. Sixth street. The honoree was presented with a hugh basket of lovely gifts, and the evening was spent in writing recipes and interesting games, after which, the hostess served a refreshing ice course with angel food cake. Mrs. W. Q. Warren was a Saturday visitor in Nashville. Miss Rebecca Norton of Little Rock will spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Norton. Miss Nell Helms had as guests on Thursday evening at her homo on S. Elm street the members of the Sub- Dc-b club. Bridge was played from two tables, with Miss Margaret Kinser scoring high. A delightful ice course was served with cake. Mrs. Webb Laseter Jr. entertained at six tables of bridge Friday evening at the home of her sister. Mrs. Gladine Morris on Pond street. A fourth of July motif was stressed in the decorations and bridge accessories. The flowers were shasla daisies and verbena. The prizes were won by Mrs. S. L. Murphy, Mrs. Edwin Stewart, and Mrs. Paul Lewis. Following the game the hostess served a most tempting salad course with fruit punch and shasta daisies as plate flowers. HOSE SALE 89c Pair 2 Pairs $1.50 THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 NOW 25c Cool ... of course it's cool and il will be all summer at the—- BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM RICHARD BARTHELMESS -In"MASSACRE" Chapter 9 "Fighting With Kit Carson" —and— TOM KEENE "£ON OF THE BORDER" NOT SOME DAY MY DARLING- TONIGHT... NOW! Operator 13 pits her slender body against armies of men! So beautiful, so dangerous . . . but even this bravd girl-spy cannot withstand the caressing arms of a lover in the camp of the enemy! In (he cast are Mills Bros. Ted JicaJey aud Jean Parker SUNDAY —and— MONDAY ROBERT W. CHAMBERS' great Civil War story lias been made into a screen romance with gayety, thrills, songs! You'll say'its the Big Event of the motion-picture season! "M ARI ON DAVIES GARY ! COOPER ulurvd Cartoon -SHORTS— . . Souvenirs News WATCH —for the Big Surprise program for WED- NITE ONLY Sister Says That Dillinger Is Alive Gangland's Girls, Used as U. S. Decoys, Give Watchers the Slip GALION. Ohio —(/P)— A sister of John Dillinger said Friday the fugitive desperado is alive and well. The information was given in a letter written by Mrs. Audry Hancock of Maywood, Ind., to Mrs. Eulnlia Cal- lendcr of Gallon. Mrs. Hancock added that "Friday, June 22, was his 32nd birthday. Chicago authorities disclosed that three Dillinger gang girls had eluded the surveillance of federal agents who brought them to that city to act as decoys for the mobsters. Marion Con- forli. 21, slipped from her apartment in Chicago to take to the trail again with Homer Van Meier, machine gtin- nist of the Dillinger gang. Von Meter is wanted at Fostorin. Ohio, for a bank robbery in which Police Chief Frank Gulp and several other persons were wounded. The Conforti woman was the last of the three left behind by Dillinger. Van Meter and others of the gang when they fled the Little Bohemia inn in Wisconsin two weeks ago during an attempt by federal agents (o ensnare them. The three women had been placed on probation after conviction on charges of conspiracy to harbor Dillinger. They were taken to Chicago with the idea hat Dillinger might be captured when the women attempted to rejoin him. NEVADA CO. BRIDGE (Continued from Page One) Nevada county. The bridge that is being constructed across Little Missouri by Nevada comity is nearing completion and it will be only a short time until this road and bridge can be used. A project has recently been approved whereby the Federal Emergency Relief Administration is to furnish labor on the road, and at this time have a crew of men working in conjunction with Nevada county in finishing this road. The work is under the supervision of Major R. B. Stanword, Supervisor, Hope, Arkansas, and is in the immediate charge of M. W. Wortham, who is local supervisor for this county. There has been allocated to this county approximately ?8'600 to be spent on this project, the labor used on this road being taken from diredt relief rolls and being paid by disbursing orders for food and clothing. BIBLE OUTLINED (Continued from Page One) of testimony, conversion and letters to Christians. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John are the books of testimony. They produce faith. Acts is the book conversion. It is the only book in all the Bible in winch it is nsked and answered the question, "What must I do to be saved?" All the reported cases of conversion are found in the book of Acts. All the letters to the close of the Bible each one how to live the Christian life. If one does not believe in Christ. I tell him to read the books of testimony. If he believes in Christ and wants to know what to dol tell him o read Acts. If he is a Christian and wants to know how to live the Christian life I tell him to read the Epislcs." There will be no service Saturday night. Mr. Esles will speak Sunday morning on "How to Build up the Church." Sunday night a 8 o'clock Mr. Est.es will speak on "A Profound Question with Three Different Answers and Yet the Same Answer." The public is invited to attend these services and study hese great topics. The house is well venilated with plenty of ceiling fans. The singing is splendid. It is congregational, with C, L. Bradley, of Morrilton, Ark., directing. Now that commencement is over several fathers likely have the same feeling they would have were the mortgage on the old homestead paid off. Mr. and Mrs. Average Citizen: "It ain't my business to see thnt the law is enforced. Don'at we elect officers to do that " Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Russelll announce- the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Dale Russell Claborne to Cal Lavender of Prescott. The wedding was solemnized Sunday, June 17th at Lewisville, Ark., with the Rev. Musser, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Lavender will be at home in Prescott where Mr. Lavender is in the bookkeeping department of the Ozan Lumber company. Mr. and Mrs. Arnctt Fincher of Rocky Mound and Mrs. John Milncr of Emmelt are Saturday guests of Mrs. Gcnevieve Milner Erwin. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Henry of Fort Worth arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. Henry's brother, the Rev. W. H. Chandler and Mrs. Chandler. The Hernys will visit the Chicago fair before returning to their home. Rev. W. R. Chandler will teach his Bible class at the First Baptist church Sunday morning. Mrs. R. E. L. Henry who is a sister of the Rev. Mr. Chand- Jer will sing a solo. Unite Noted Baseball, Political Names Names famous in politics and baseball, were linked in .Washington with the marriage of Miss Susan Sheppard, daughter ol Senator Morris Sheppard of Texas, and Cornelius McGillicuddy, Jr., son of Connie Maclc, manager of the Philadelphia Athletics. The couple, who met two years ago at Dulce University, are shown at the Sheppard home in the capital before the wedding. Marion Davies in the Role of a Spy "Operator 13," With Gary Cooper, at Saenger Sunday and Monday As a complete contrast to her earlier light-hearted screen roles, Marion Davies contributes her finest dramatic performance in her picture, "Operator 13." which opens Sunday at the Saenger theatre. The picture is based upon the latest best-seller novel from the versatile pen of the late Robert W. Chambers who, his intimate friends declare, had Miss Davies in mind as his heroine i'or a screen version of the story. Different from other motion pictures with wartime backgrounds, "Operator 13" deals with the most romantic and thrilling phase of the Civil war—the spies. Miss Davies plays the role of Gale Loveless, a northern actress whom the famed Allan Pinkerton, General McClellan's chief of jhe secret service, rends into the Southern lines to track dawn Captain Jack Galliard, scout on the staff of General J. E. B. Stuart. Gary Cooper appears as General Gaillaird with whom Gale Loveless tails in love although she has been as- sigen d to dcstrop him. the historical episodes and in the cast tic historical episodes and ni the cast appear characters whose names are famous in Civil War history. Not to be overlooked in the cast are the four Mills Bros. Negro Giants to Meet Texarkana Locals to Play Here Sun~ day—Have Won 9 Out of 13 Games Hope Giants, negro baseball team, will meet a Texarkana (Texas) club here Sunday afternoon at Yerger Athletic field. The game is to start at 3:30. The Giants have played 13 games this season, winning nine and dropping four. Probable Hope line-up will be: £wing, If; Dunn, c; Scott, 2b; Knoble, Ib; Shaw, 3b; Walker, rf; Douglas, cf; Clark, ss; Cox, p; Smith, utility. Lemley to Manage West Point Paper MARION, Ala. — (ff>\— Of interest to the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Lemley of Hope is the an- examinations. His excellent record at Marion Military Institute,, Marion, Alabama, that Cadet Harry J. Lemley Jr., United States" Military Academy, West Point, New York, has been elected business manager of the Pointer, the student weekly publication for next year. Cadet Lemley graduated from Hope High School in 1930 and entered Marion Military Institute that fall to take special preparation for the entrance examinations. His excellen record at j Marion Institute, however, and the j excellent esteem in which this college is held by the Military Academy re- Man Is Executed in a Gas Chamber Colorado Tries Out New Execution Method, Said to Be Painless CANON CITY, Colo—(/P)— William Cody Kelloy was executed Friday night in Colorado's new lethal gas chamber for the slaying of Russell Browning. He was the chamber's first victim. Kclley was strapped to the "throne" in a specially constructed gas house, 12 poison pills were dropped automatically into a pail of water under his chair and he apparently died in about 30 seconds. Fifteen Colorado physicians peered at Kelley through small windows in the death house as he died. The physicians asked to watch him in the hope they would obtain information which would be of aid to them in treating victims who are victims of gas poisoning. Prison officials said the execution was much more humane than hanging—the method previously used in Colorado and that there was no physical pain. Only 90 cents worth of material was necessary. The poison pill, dropped into a bucket of water, generate the gas which causes death. One breath of the gas causes death. .•»»-•».—. U. S. MAY {Continued from Page One) itive of the latter. Oothcr Romances Revealed Helen Vogel, New York girl violinist, appearing in Cleveland revealed that Poderjay, who pressed ardent but unwelcome suit upon her for several weeks in 1933, had tried to arrange a marriage in' the continental manner by .conferring with her father, a patent lawyer. "I didn't think much of the idea, however, and neither did my mother, so we did our best to get rid of Poderjay," she said. Two other women assumed roles in the strange drama Friday. Both unidentified thus far, they were: A mysterious blonde, who frequently visited the East 22nd street apartment here and who was referred to by Captain Poderjay as his sister-in-law; and a school teacher in Hartford, Ct., with whom the captain is believed to have been friendly. Rexail Health and Beauty Sale Now on at John S. Gibson Drug Co. Real savings during the month of June! S2 box Cara Nome Powder and 51 jar Cara Nome Cream, both for $2. Shari powder and Lipstick, both for $1.29. Choose 'i of the following items iind get both for 69c—Puretest Rubbing Alcohol, Rexail Milk Magnesia, Mi 31 Antiseptic Solution, or 100 Pure- j test Aspirin Tables. 75e pound Rexall Theatrical Cold Cream, 59c. Lav- ] under Mentholated Shaving Cream and Lavender Tale, both for 35e. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Rexail Store U SING percale, linen or gingham, you'll lind this smart morning frock easy to make. Tliu dosi'Kii.-; may be had for sizes 14 to 20 and 32 to 42. Size IS ix-iiuiros ;; 1-8.yards of 35 inch fabric plus 3-1 yard contrast. To secure a I'ATTKRN and STKl'-BY-STEP SKWIVG IN- STRUCTIONW, fill out the coupon l>elow, being sure to 51KXTION THE 1VAMK OK THIS A'KVVSl'.U'KK. i JULIA BOYD, 103 PAHK AVENUli, NEW YOKIC Enclosed is 15 cents in coin for Pattern No Size Name Address City State Name of this uewspaper Jq HARRY GRAYSON Sidney Wood, the frail youngster with the fast service, is the only member of the current American Davis Cup team who has the makings of a really great player. So asserts William T. Tilden II, who ought to know. , Tilden is the kind of man a sports writer loves to interview, Like Rogers Hornsby, Jack Dempsey, Sir Malcolm Campbell, and Fritz Crisler. the Princeton coach, the Old Master says something. "Wood has a tennis brain and a beautiful all-around game," explained Tilden. He classes the others, Francis X. Shields and the equally tall Lester Stoefen and George M. Lott, as good but not top flight performers ,and surely not good enough to return the trophy to this country. "Shields, Stoefen, and Lott do not do the required work," elucidated Tilden. "Shields fails in the mechanics of the game. His ground strokes are faulty. "Lott never was an outstanding singles player. He is a great doubles player. Why some play doubles so well and singles so poorly, I can't tell you. Answer me that and I'll tell you why some men can lead and others simply cannot. It's the nature of the critter, I guess." Aussies Too Tough Tilden predicts that the United States contingent will be eliminated by Australia at Wimbledon on July 21, 23 and 24. He can't imagine the men from down under, Jack Crawford, McGrath with his two-handed backhand, Adrian Quist and Turnbull, falling before France, minus Cochet and Lacoste and with an aging Jean Borotra. Fred J. Perry, the steady Henry W. Austin, George P. Hughes and Lee will keep the cup in England another year at least, in the opinion of Tilden. This is the United States' seventh attempt to lift the trophy. How long did Tilden believe it would take to regain it? "Under the present system," he didn't know, but he suspected it would require a long, long time. Training methods were criticized in 1932 and 1933, but not this year. Hod OUR LADY OF GOOD HOPE Feast <sf Nativity of St. J<Am, Baptist. 8:0ft Holy sacrifice of th« Mass; Zflch- ory "saying, John in his name." 9:15 Studying "Our Sunday vWtor." 6:30 Catechetical instructions. 7:30 Benediction with the fiftost Blessed Sacrament, and prayers honoring St. John. FIRST METHODIS^ "What Are Your Plans?" important question, will be the subject of the pastor'* sartnon at the **T-1 vice Sunday 1 mo/fling at Ift55 o'clock.) The chorus choir will sing ''Somewhere," an anthem by P^rks. Mr*. Routon will play "Dawn" arid "Intermezzo" by Mascagni. . . . The service at 8 p'clocjt will be on the lawn west of the • church. Mrs. Routon wi?l toe at the piano and Mrs. Clifford Franks' will lead the congregation in singing hymns.- The pastor will.continue the subject ''On Being a Christian." The Cblirch School will meet at 9:45 o'clock end Mr. Charles Harrell, the general superintendent extends you an invitation to be present at this time. • . . jThe,young people's groups will meet at 7;30 o'clock., The Bible study group of the Women's .Missionary society will meet .at the church 'Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. A most interesting - and instructive lesson has been prepared.and every member is uFged to be present. Visitors are invited. Mrs. D: B. Thompson is leader of the group. Tilden anything to suggest that might expedite the return ,of Yankee supremacy? Yes, but he would have to sit down with me for at least tyvo hours, go over the situation with pencil and paper, draw charts and whatnot, to make that clear. Why waste the time? But one gathered that he didn't think much of the U. S. Lawn Tennis Association or its Davis Cup committee. "Amateur tennis is not nearly as fast in this country as it was several years ago," declared Tilden. •German Best Amateur Is there as much -zest in the professional end of the sport? "More, as amateur tennis is conducted now," answered Big BUL "At least we professionals dp not have to contend with .officials." Tilden considers Baron Gottfried von Cramm, the 24-year-old leader of the German Davis Cup array and French, hard court champion, as the Coming world's best amateur. "As a matter of fact, his record gives Baron von Crarom, ray. best friend in tennis, No. 1 ranking for this year to date," beamed Tilden. "He bested Crawford, and repelled Ste- fp.ni after the Italian turned back Perry. He conquered Christian Bous- P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Third & Washington Used Cars, New and Used Parts, Batteries, Tires. Washing, Greasing, Gas and Oils. sat following the left-handed frmicfa- mari's victofy over Austin. H? fid*, tehed ifi froht oi Ahdre Merlin in KSif losing team's Davis Cup series wittt frenee. ''Baron Von Cramm has the inclina* iion, time— and money," concluded this perennial Philadelphia!), stressing the tetter. Unfortunately to make money we must spend money. . The feljow who's foojad the most is die one who Chinks that if .he catf Just pxake enough money everybody U i« happy at home. Featuring'the newest thing in peft- manenls. The new Eugene Cror guignole for only $4. Limited flt this price. Lewis Beauty Salon Experience Counts Phone 39 guaranteed RADIO SERVICE Hempstead Co. Lbf. Co. HOYT ANDRES Phone 89 JUNE 26th • i . Ask for Trades Day Tickets WARNING The city ordinance prohibiting shooting of air rifles, .22 calibre guns ami other weapons within the city limits of Hope, will be rigidly enforced. Numerous complaints have been filed against youthful offenders who pack guns in their hunt for birds to shoot. This practice is endangering lives and must be stopped at once, or court action will be taken immediately. The ordinance fixes a fine of $25 for conviction. R. A. BOYETT, Mayor sultd in his complete exemption from all mental examinations. | Since entering West Point Mr. Leai- | ley's record has been excellent. He will be graduated in 1935 and receive a comission in the Army. Luther N. Garner Candidate for Tax Assessor Hempstead County Will appreciate your vote and influence ERNEST PALS DICK CURB MARKET Anything in the Vegcable Line. Fresher and Just as Cheap. Call on Us. A'l'ULE'i'E'S FOOT 25c Money Back Guarantee. MORELAND'S Drug Store NOTICE Swimming Pool Closes Monday, June 25th for Draining The Pines swimming pool will be closed temporarily for draining. Watch for Re-Opening Announcement Thanks We wish to thank the people of Hope and surrounding communities for the large crowds that have attended our pool since its opening. Cool Off At THE PINES Formerly Colliers Lake

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