Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 30, 1934 · Page 3
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.June, 30, 1934 IRS. 3ro HENRY ociet(u NBY n||in. TELEPHONE 821 JVlini Every Wife Knows ho mnjlc taste his wife had in hei bread n>e from n tender word that he had said |nd pie she made with supernatural powers |omembering that he hnd sent hei flowers. 10 flavor of his warm, homecoming Ids* Jot mixed bliss, Into the coffee's liquid he little house wns fresh as bow- cut foam: told her, "Heaven dear, is your home." i. husbands reap more than they over know From every s|iow.-. . loving tenderness . .Selected. they -Dedicated to the June bridegrooms. The wpmans nuxilary of St Mark's Episcopal church will meet Monday ternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of ps. George M. Green on North La. eet, ?Miss Floy Mae Wisoner left Friday pi" an extended visit with relatives friends in Amity, Dicrks and Hot ' Lynette McKamie has returned om a week's visit with Miss Helen Ruth Moxley in Nashville. |Mrs. W. Y. Foster Jr. and Miss Eve|n Johnson left Saturday for Chieo- wher they will take a course in lress designing at the Academy of pne Arts. fpMr. and Mrs. H. O. Phillips and TELEPHONE 821 I meeting at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon at the hoirje of Mrs. Dale Barnum. Circlo No. 4 of the W.M.S., First Methodist churcl; will meet Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. T. Rrinnt on the Spring Hill rond. Miss Evelyn Green of Little Rook will arrive Saturday for a visit with Reno Film at the Saenger Sunday This Is the Story of a Couple Who Were Reunited her Mrs, Johnny McCnbe and ether relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bridewell have ns house guests, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wright of Fort Smith and Mrs. C. E. Bell and Miss Margaret Bell of Texr arknna. Misses Marv -o- Powell and Johnnie Franks were hostesses on Friday evening at a very delightful buffet supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frunk Russell on S. Main street, for Hi'.' pleasure of Miss Ardell Moses whose wedding to Wollace Cook is innounced for early next week. The pleasing color note of pink and blue mirked the decorations and the list :i guests other than the honoree included Miss Miriam Carllon, Miss :harline Landers, Miss Doris Moses nd Mist Frances Jane Hays. AK special compliment to Mrs. H. i. Broach, a popular briJe, and Miss VTabel Norton, whose marriage to Ed- t'm Bird of CroKsett occurs Saturday evening, Miss Peanette Witt enter- ained at six tables of bridge Friday uorning at her home on N. Hervey trcet. A profusion of shasta daisies nd gladioli in the pastel shades were used in the room decorations and the honorees were presented corsages of rosebuds. The bridal motif was accentuated in the tallies and score pads. ...» ry , »T ~ , * *->-ulUlJll,-U 111 U1U lUllleS W1U HUUfC PHU.X iltjren Horace and Norma Ruth of) High score i?e wcnt to Mrs charles guests of Si: and Mrs. Logan Bailey. : Among the lovely parlies being giv- |n /or Mrs. R. L. Broach, ri charminf, ride of last week, was the luncheoi Hdge and shower given on Thurs- a'y morning by Mrs. Roy Stephenson nd Mrs. Finley Ward nt the home Mrs. Ward on N, Hervey street nk radiance and Talisman roses redpminnted in the decorations of the hrd rooms where four tables were Srranged for bridge. The place of Ihc gonoree nnd that of Miss Mabel Nor- pn, a bride-elect wccr marked by 'ainty corsages of Talisman roses pby breath and forn. The tallies anc ore pads carried out the bridal mot- The prize for high score wns warded Miss Loraine Whitehurst and he cut prize went to Mrs. Dewey |endrix. At the conclusion of the times, a beautiful luncheon plate carping out a color scheme of green and fellow was served by Ihe hostesses, faster Bobby Ward in the uniform of \ deli.very man made tho presenta- pn of a shower of gifts, which were everly concealed in a basket of gro- The Executive Board of the Womnns uxilary of the First Presbyterian iirch will meet at 4 o'clock Monday ernoon at the church. J. S. Wilson Jr. of Columbus Jtouso guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. and Mr. and Mrs. N. T. veil. e beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. ?h Carrigan on N. Pine street was scene of one of the loveliest par- of the summer season, when Miss [en Carrigan and Mrs. Syd McMath ertained on Friday afternoon hon- |ing Mrs. R. L. Broach, a recent ide. Roses, zinnias and gladioli grac- tho rooms where tables were ar- inged for bridge. High score prize was won by Mrs. Fan-in Green and the cut prize went to Miss Pansy Wimberly. The honoree was presented with a dainty gift. After a number ;6f interesting games, the hostesses as- |sisted^ by Mrs. Dolph Carrigan served delightful ice course. Out of town ests for the occasion incjiiclcd Miss lary Kathcrine Irving of Sheridan, 'rs. "Willian Ettcr of Washington iiiul liss Kathryn Holt of Washington. |.Circle No. 1 of the W. M. S. of the fjrst Methodist church, Mrs. Jim Mitr- fndale leader, will liolcl their July whilc Miss Harriet Story won tho cut prize. The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Theo Will and Mrs. Irma Dean in serving a dainty salad and ice course. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Graves hod as Friday guests Governor and Mrs. J. M. Futrcll, Mrs. C. E. Moore, Mrs. J. Paul Summers and Marion Wesson, all of Little Rock. Mrs. Foster Wiggins entertained on Friday evening with a birthday party at her home on South Pine street in celebration of her daughter, Elizabeth Ray's ninth birthday. Games and con- le.sls were enjoyed Ihroughout the evning and prises were won by Mary Alice Urrey and Mary Dell Taylor. Delicious ice cream and cake were served to the following young friends: Betty June Monts, Mildred Marie King, Edith Boyett, Richard Stanford, J. P. Stanford, Marian Crutch-, field, Mary Dell Taylor, Ruth and Buddy Bateman, Mary Alice Urrey, Thomas Bacon,' Eunice Dale Baker, Mary Darnell Bearden, Charline Fay Wiggins. Myrtle Crosby, Norma Sue Smith. Mrs. Wiggins was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Urrey, Miss,Geraldine ViinSicklc and Mrs. Baker. The regular monthly business meet- ingot the W. M. S. of the First Baptist church will be held at the church at 8:30 Monday morning. CHUKCHES OUR LADY OF GOOD HOPE Feast of Sts. I'ctcr and Paul 8 o'Cloek The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Discourse: "The authoritative, infallible, indefectible Guide." 9:45. Study of "Our Sunday Visitor." (i:!!!). Catechetical instructions. 7:30. Benediction with the Most Blessed Sacrament, with prayers honoring Sts. Peter and Paul, and the Most Precious Blood of Christ. Wednesday, Fourth of July, Holy Sacrifice; of tho Mass at 7:30, folowed by prayers for G'ur Country, Civil nnd Religious Leaders. Friday, tho First in July, dedicated to tho Most Sacred Henri of Christ, Holy Hour nn Thursday night at 7:30; nnd Ma.'s on Friday morning at 7. DO YOU WANT A DIVORCE— from the blues? See this hilarious- tour of Reno's matrimonial battlefield SUN & MON. It's a rjot of- fun with— QIENDA FARRELI, GUY KIBDEE, HUGH HERBERT, RUTH DONNEL- IY, FRANK McHUGH, MARGARET LINDSAY, DONALD WOODS You can see ;\ good show here nny time in n comfortable seat and in the Coolest spot in town! -SHORTS- Cailoon Novelty "Securing tliu 7 Seas" Double Show TONIGHT (Sat.) JAMES CAGNEY "JIMMY THE GENT" Chapter 10 with Kit Cursou" Mary Holaifd Jack Haley Neil Hamilton "Here Comes Die Groom" A picture thnl is heralded as one of the liveliest nnd merriest comedfes of error of the season will come to Ihe Spnegre theatre Sunday pnd Mon day under the title of ''Merry Wives of Reno." It is' based on tho hilarious story by Robert Lord which deals with philandering husbands , flirtatious wives and martini mix-ups that lend to the Reno divorce colony where more marriages are unscrambled than at nny other place in the world. The picture carries ?in unusually well balanced cast with two straight Leads and seven of Hollywood's best comedians in principal roles. MargaK- et Linsuy and Donald Woods have the featured roles portraying a bride and groom whose happiness is wrecked on the rocks of the bride's suspicions, but who, contrary to the usual experiences, are reunited in Reno. Guy Kibbee has the role odf the philandering hisband whose henpecjting wife is cheated of the large alimony she had expected when he frames her into a comprimising situation. Ruth Donncly plays the part of the wife who rules her home with rolling pin and crockery. Glenda Farrell has the role of a flirtatious wife of a wealthy middle- aged man who is too dumb and too engrossed in his own business to be aware of her scandalous affairs. Hugh Hubert and Frank McHugh, in addition, sum up the cast total to a point wher it looks like a gay two days at the Saneger. STATE TAX (Continued from Page One) Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Smith left Sat- urudy for a three week's vacation in their old home, Siloam Springs. surety bonds, $109.887.37 hod been re covered in dividends up to Friday but only $108,653.74 was credited bad to the various funds because it wa,« necessary to absorb from dividends i charge off of $933.03 which could 'no_ be charged to the lee utility fund because that fund was depleted and discontinued. • A year ago Comptroller Griffin Smith announced that (he bank losses which up to that time were carried in current balances, showing n misleading balance in all funds, would be charged off during the next 12 months. The schedule of chargc-offs to be made during the present fiscal year aggregated $1,032,269.99, the total amount tied up. The amount actually charged off during the year to- aled ?}, 029,279.95. leaving 52,056.41 yet lo be charged off against the slate school equalizing fund. The full amount could not be charged off to hat Wind because -the balance was smaller than the»proposed charge-off. All stale funds \vill begin the new iscpl year Sunday with bona fide Balances, subject to later adjustment on account of more recent bank fail- ires. The highway funA was the heaviest oser in the bank failures, the bigh- vay fund proper and the vairous toll bridge funds, having ?704,558.27 tied up n the Home Accident group of banks. ?he bond refunding fund was credited ivith dividends totaling $74,581.38 and he net Joss of $629,076.89 was charged to the new highway fund created ' by Act 11 of the January special session, the new refunding law. Mrs. Robert Carnpbe.U left Saturday for Chicago where she will attend the summer Master's Session at the Chicago Musical college. She will have piano lessons with Rudolph Ganz and violin from Max Fischel. Annual consumption of potatoes per capita in this country is now 2.8 bushels, as compared to 3.8 bushels back in 1913. ROOSEVELT WtLL (Continued Jfrpm, J%ge Now York to San Francisco 7873 miles of a previous 13,135 fnile trip. Alongside runs |lhe government- owned P/inama railroad from Panama City, Panama to Cfllon, Panama, connecting on branch lines with military and navnl stations. One one or both ends are government owned oil ant coal stores, dry-docks, foundries, repair whprves, stores, Ice plants, packing houses, hotejs, restaurants, hospitals ai)d laundries. Most traffic runs from coast to coast of the United States and three- fourths of the tonnage goes from the Pacific to the Atlantic, Flags of 21 nationalities wene through lalt year, the ships which flew them carrjed oil, cement, wheat, lumber, ore, nitrate, sugar, machinery, fruit, guana copra, coconut oil, or what have you, to and from the United States, Europe, South America and Australia. Protection of tfie canal Js n vital section of the npval policy and at least $125,000,00 has been spent on for- .ificalion arid defense—part of a total 5540,000,000 investment. Naval ]}pses at Guantanamp and at St. Thomas are designed to protect the approach. The Canal £one is tjie 16th naval district which includes a naval ir station, submarine base, torpedo lepot and Marine barracks, at Coco Solo. Ruled by Governor Schjey The canal, the zone and the rail- oad company are ruie'd by poyeVnop; 'ulian L. Schley, a son'of Admiral" ichley, under the War "Department. > 'he zoen in effect is a military" res-'; ervalion. The army and the navy hav6 11,000 nen stationed there. More than 12,000 ivilians operate the canal and its al- ied activities. With their families they make up a zone pupulation of about 2,000. Only canal employes reside in the one, all in government housing. There usually some minor dispute in prog- ess between the United States and le Panama government, but zone American towns merge with Panama- Christobal iwth Colon on U)e Atlantic side and Balboa with Panama City on the Pacific. World Hodgepodge Here A crosS'Section of the world, n hocl- pe-podge of the races and types is found in Colon. Tlie capital of Panama City is more native. Early Spaniards, English bupcaneers Scotch settlers, French railroad and cana! builders, Amerieans-^all have left their descendants. The bazaars on those of the Near Frapce, Germany, Panama soil are East, For East, England, Spain, Panama and the United States. Visited by Columbia Columbus visited Panama on his fourth and last voyage in 1502. Later, Balboa crosses the isthmus and searched for a straits continued. A canal wps proposed in 1529 anc Spaniards, French, gritish and Americans made surveys jn ensuing centuries. Frenchmen worked on it in the early eighties and nineties. Treasures pf Peru w«re borne across the isthmus toward Spain—or the pirates. Panama City became the first permanent European settlement in 1519. Sir Frances Drake engaged in some bloodV fighting in'Panama and his bpdy was buried in Panama harbor. Sir Henry Morgan came with his buccaneers in the next century, crossed the isthmus and sacked Panama 2ity. Panama won independence from Spain under Simon Bolivar, united with Colombia and stayed that way until she rebelled and seceded in 1903. First Ship Through in 1914 Theodore Roosevelt recognized the regime over night and at once con- cluded negotiations for oanul rights which he hadn't been able to conclude with Colombia. The "bi.r; jr>b" began in 1904, with Col. George W. Ooot.hals in charge, and the first ship passed through in 1914. A great sanitation campaign wiped out yellow fevor, bubonic plague, cho)er/J, smallpox end malaria. Jn W3P (®me » big reduced Gatun lakp and caused a _— loijs water shortage. So we have beerf. building the $4,600.00 Madden danf en the Chagrfis to store water and ocj;, as a feetjer. HlivaUaii island*. City of Hope, Arkansas Balance Sheet As of March 31, 1934 ASSETS: FIXED ASSETS New City Hall: Land Including Paving Building - -— Fire Station and Lot Fire Equipment—Depreciated Value Street Equipment—Depreciated Value Dodge Auto for Police—Depreciated Value Office Furniture and Fixtures— Depreciated Value — Fair Grounds—40 Acres Fair Grounds Exhibit Building —~ Land Near Cemetery Land-^Dumping Ground—40 Acres Garland School Property— Contingent Purchase: Advanced on Warrants 1 -.... __ Balance Payable $1,500.00 per month Garland School Fixtures — _. TOTAL FIXED ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS: Cash on Deposit: General Fund Street Fund—Overdraft 17,000.00 77,137.46 7,500.00 7,500,00 Taxes Receivable—1934 Estimated : General Fund .— — Street Fund 5,155.68 4,282.99 8,250.00 2,250.00 Fines Receivable ..-. Accounts Receivable ...... University of Arkansas- Returned Unpaid -Warrant $ 94,137.46 3,500.00 8,765.49 2,193.02 415.02 564.32 3,925.00 931.82 .1,500.00 - 600.00 15,000.00 40.00 $ 872.69 10,500.00 157.50 . 60.77 .35.00 $131,572.13 TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS. 11,625.96 \ LIABILITIES: " CURRENT LIABILITIES: Accounts Payable—City Bills — Wai-rants Outstanding: Citizens National Bank —First National Bank Hope. Chamber of Commerce Southwest Arkansas Fair Sundry Warrants for March Payrolls Hope Special School District— Payable $1,500.00 per month...... TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES— DEFERRED INCOME: Taxes Receivable in 1934—Estimated: 3-4 of General 5 Mjll Tax 3-4 of 1-2 of 3 Mill Road Tax....Land Redemption Taxes — INVESTMENT: Balance March 31, 1933-. ..— Adjustments as of March 31, 1933: Warrants to Water & Light Plant Cancelled: For the Year ended 3-31-32... $ 11,500.00 For the Year ended 3-31.33.... 24,250.00 Adjusted Balance March 31, 1933 Contributed by Water & Light Plant Current Year—Not Including $20,500.00 Free Service Cash—Warrants Cancelled $ 24,500.00 Sewer, Filter Bed & Septic Tank Expense Interest on Certificate of Deposit Offset Against Bank Loan 450.00 Net Loss for Year Ended 3-3134 Net Increase in Investment Current Year Balance March 31, 1934 $143,198.09 $ 449.16 $ 12,000.00 3,000.00 1,000.00 goo. oo 1,834.00 18.334.00 7,500.00 5,625.00 1,687.50 750.00 $ 26,283.16 8,062-50 $ 62,613.25 35,750.00 $ 98,363.25 1,097,52 26,047.52 15,558.34 10,489.18 108,852.43 $143,198.09 The oriuinal Audits, showing income and disbursements, itemized in detail, are on file in the office of Die City Rtcorclor for review by ;my interested citizen. FOR SALE 1932—Ford Tudor Sedan 1930-^-Ccheyrolet Sedan 1929-r-Buiek 'Sedan. Hempstead Motor Co. , Phone 850 207 East Third Drug Store Holiday Hours We will observe the following hours on Wednesday, July 4th •' A Open 7 a.m. tp 12 a.m. Open 5 p.m, to 7 p.m. Briant's Drug Store John P. Cox Drug Co, y Crescent Drug Store • John S. Gibson Drug Store Ward & Son <>' Hope Water d- Light Plant Hope, Arkansas ' Balance Sheet As of April 12, J934 ASSETS: '•:, CURRENT: Cash op Demand Deposit , $ 7,884.47 Petty Cash Fund _._• 81.21 Accounts Receivables Past Due Balances Charged Prior to January 1934.-.........$ 9,587.22 January to April 1934 2,013.06 $ 11,600.28 Less Reserve for Loss.-.:... 5,000.00- State Warrants — -. .' Credit with. Hope Auto Co.—On new Car-Inventories : Light Department Supplies _„ $ 1,024.09 Water Department Supplies 563.05 Fu£l Oil—For Emergencies . 131.70 SPECIAL FUND FOR PURCHASE MACHINERY: Certificates of Deposit: The First National Bank, Hope. Citizens National Bank, Hope Accrued Interest in Certificates FIXED ASSETS: Land — Buildings — Powerhouse Machinery & Equipment Spray Pond and Pipes Pole Lines and White Way — Transformers — Light Meters Wells -' Water Reservoirs and Mains _.. Water Taps and Service Pipes Water Meters and Boxes _... Furniture and Fixtures •$ 7,965.63 6,600.28 210.79 100,00 1,718.84 $16,535.59! Appraisal 1924 & Net Additions to Date.... Less Reserved for Depreciation $ 20,629,03 121,953.04 4,926.64 39,120.23 16,150,12 14,998.34 28,743,07 93,493.39 24,174,74 26,517.18 1,734.85 $392,440.63 143.473.45 $ 2,574,90 1,2/71.99 $ 16,193.00 15,000.00 97.16 $ 14,385.00 31,290.15' Book Value of Plant 4-12-34- See Schedule.. Automobile and Trucks ]Less Reserve for Depreciation ' Tools ' v i;:i:±±--.- - ' PREPAID EXPENSE: Unexpired Insurance Premiums LIABILITIES & INVESTMENT: CURRENT; Balance Due on Pipe and Valves for New Wator Mains Accrued Gas Bill — - — METER DEPOSITS: Customers' Deposits—Trust Funds-.... TOTAL LIABILITIES INVESTMENT: Balance April 12, 1933 Less Adjustments for Prior Years: City of Hope Warrants Representing Cash Advances Charged Off: For Year Ended 4-12-32 $ 13,000.00 For Year Ended 4-12-33 22,750.00 248,967.18 $263.352.18 1,302.91 500.00 5,900.65 1.15D.44 265.155.09 789.79 $318,830.62 7,060.09 7,702.00 $ 14,762.09 Adjusted Balance as of 4-12-33 Additions Year Ended 4-J2-34: Net Profit After Rendering Free Service of Approximately $22,431.2(5 _ Free Labor on New Water Mains Contributed by C. W. A. .... . Basket Factory Water Main Paid for by Improvement District Total Additions Deduction Year Ended 4-12-31: Contributed to City of Hope in Addition to Free Service: Cash <}; 2-1.500.00 Expenses Paid 1.547.52 Total Deduction Net Decrease jn Investment Year Ended 4-12-34..... TOTAL INVESTMENT 4-12-3-1 $337,723.85 35.750.00 $301,973.85 $ 15,812.25 6,000.00 1,329.95 $ 23,143.20 26,047.52 2,905.32 299,068,53 $313.830-.62 The original Audits, showing income am) City Hecorilei I disbursements, itemized in detail, are on file in the office of the ,.".• review by uny interested citizen.

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