Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 2, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, July 2, 1934
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MRS. SID HENRY ocietj/ NRY j|||in TELEPHONE 821 When you come to the end of a tiring With ;no name on the dotted line, I)o you ever think of the friends you made Of those Who did not sign? You lifted aburden here and there; You smiled when you wanted to frown; You tried, as n brother, a burden to share, And God was looking down. There nr esome who Rive of their bounli'ou.1 store, Of wealth they have never earned; But yau have given a priceless xe>n To those for whoni you yearned. You planted a seed of hope, of love. For out of the seeds you plant uach day When no one seemed to siyfn Will come a harvest of joys untold— Of mimes on the dotted line! Selected. Miss Patsy Jane Campbell left Saturday for a six wek's visit with relatives in Foreman. The Young Girls Circle of the First Methodist church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Leon Bundy. Mr. and Mrs. C, C, Lewis have r- turnctl from a two weeks motor trip to Lotijf Bench and Los Angelas, Calif.. find different points of interest in New Mexico and Arizona.. Iko T. Bell, Miss Mnufiic Dell, Mrs. Sid Henry and Misses Mao and Lillio Jamison weer Sunday jruests of Mr. and'MJ-S. Fred Marshall in Texar- luuia. Mrs. Surrey Gllliams and children of EIDorudo are spending some time with Mrs. Gillam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. LaGronc. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson spent the week end at Lake Hamilton and Hot Springs. Wliy worry about the heat . . . it's cool at the— NOW NEW—NOVELTY—CARTOON TUES. & WED. '"Matinees at 2:30 both days 15c The Hollywood Tour Contest has started . . . Come and vote for your favorite TUES. & WED. NANCY CARROLL r OTTO KRUGER HENRY/ Beautiful and impressive in its simplicity was tho wedding of Miss Mabel Norton mid Kdwin Bird of Crossctt which was .solemnized at 7 o'clock on Saturday ('veiling, June ,10, at St. Mark's Episcopal church, with the Rev. J. K. Cooper, pastor of the First Methodist church ut Crossett officiating. Prcceedinfi llu- ceremony Thomas Sparks of Cro.«>ett sang "Because" accompanied by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, who also played tin- htipita) music. John Clyde Hill lighted the candles on the altar which was banked with ferns and ShiiKtu daisies. The bride's only attendant was Miss Elixabeth Green who was gowned in a modish frock of apricot moiiKSelinu do .soic and picture hut of lace straw and white slippers and carried n French bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father was a vision of girlish loveliness in :i white tripe sheer ensemble with matching accessories and carried a shower bou- aiiot of bride's roses mid valley lilies. Carol Bird of Crossolt served his brother us best man. Norton Jones of Little Ruck and Albert Graves were ushers. Immediately after the ceremony an informal recption for members of the bridal party was held at the Norton homo on N. Hervey street. Tho bride is the youngust daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Norton, and a graduate of Henderson .Slate Teach- erv College, Arakdelphia and for the f.art year has boon a member of the Cropselt Public School fncutly. The bridegroom is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bird of Crossell and a graduate of Hcndrix College, Conway. After a wedding trip to New Orleans and other Louisiana points of interest, Mr. and Mrs. Bird will be at home in Crossctt whore Mr. Bird is associated with the Crossctt Lumber Co. Miss Margaret Marshall of Tcxar- kaiia is spending tho wool; with her mint, Miss Maggie Bell. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kinser, South Main street, was the sotting on Sunday morning, July 1, of the wedding of Miss Mae Northcutt and H. D. Tedrick, formerly of Hutchinson, Kansas. The ceremony was performed before an improvised altar arranged in front of the mantel which was bunked with Southern smilnx and fern, candlebra bearing long lighted tapers stood amid the ferns on either side of the altar and were flanked by white floor baskets of pink gladoili. Tho Rev. Wallace W. Rogers, pastor ot the First Baptist church officiated, and the uoupital music was played by Mrs. Rogers. The bride's only attendant was her sister, Mrs. Malcolm Por- tcrfield who was becomingly gowned in a blue triple sheer crepe with white accessories and o shoulder corsage of roses and sweet peas. Tho bride was very charming in her wedding gown, a white ensembol of triple sheer crepe, with matching accessories and n shoulder corsage of sweetheart roses. Thos. M. Kinscr served the- bridegroom as best man. Immediately after the wedding Mr. nnd Mrs. Tedrick left for Hot Springs, where Mr. Todrick is district manager of tho Sinvlair Oil Co. Attending the wedding were relatives and intimate friends. J. L. Green has returned from a vacation spent in Hot Springs. Miss Marlyn Ward has ben selected by the local chapter as delegate to tho Beta Delta sorority meeting in Tox- arkana this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M, LaGronc and Mrs. Surrey Gillum and children wore Sunday visitors with relatives in Tcx- arkiino. Out of town relatives and friends attending the NofUm-'B'lrcl Weeding in this city Saturday evening were Mr.' and Mrs.. J. L. Lucas of Morrllton, Miss Rebecca Norton of Little Rock, Mrs. DeWitt Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Davis and John Braden of Texnrknna, Miss eParl Davis of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bird, Mrs. Carroll Bird, Thomas Sparks, Misft Mildred Leffor of Crossett; Miss Bonnie Hunsucker of Lockesburg, Miss Ruth Martin of Conway, Miss Chri«line Hendrix of Gillam, Delmnn Ho)?- nn of Ola and Dan Nichols of Lufkin, Texas and W. Norton Jones of Little Rock. Mrs. James R. Henry and little son Jirnmif left Sunday for a visl to the World's Fair in Chicago. The Rhythm Orchestra will meet at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Wellborn, and tho Harmonica orchestra at 5 Tuesday, Mrs. Wellborn announced Monday. Mrs. P. A. Wright and family of St Louis are house guests of Mr. and Mrs, S. B. Ward. President Leaves Who's that's wood ? this Hope girl going to Holly- Mirium Hopkins entertaining "Miss Hope" Will ii be you? t The following young ladies, Julia Broening, Catherine Lane, Mrs. C. Walters, Mary Jane Richards, Carolyn Toland, Evelyn Simpson, Mary Agnes Hedwine, Elizabeth Bernier and Mattie Evans are _NOW— out selling 25c and 85c tickets good only for this Tues. & Wed.'s show, in addition, a $1.00 coupon ticket good for ANY of the shows this week 1 . —B U Y— Your tickets from these young ladies or at the Box Office, but please— —REMEMBER— these tickets are only good for the dates printed there-on. Please don't embarrass the Doorman, the Cashier or yourself by trying to break the rules. Thank you. The Manager. 2,000 Negroes at Experiment Farm Shorter College President Speaks Saturday Afternoon A record-breaking crowd turned out Saturday for the annual negro visiting day program at the Fruit & Truck Branch Experiment Station, approximately 2,000 attending the many demonstrations and hearing lecturers by leading negro vocational instructors. J. A. Harris, Ella-Unchurch and H. C. Ray, took loading parts in the program whicli started in the morning with a visit around the farm and ended in the afternoon with lectures. A picnic luncheon was served at tho noon hour. An amusement program of Units and songs was given by the Yerger Rhythm singers during tho luncheon hour. G. W. Ware, assistant in charge of the station, explained tho purpose and work of the experiment farm. W. O. Wilson, president of Shorter College, delivered an address on "Educational Devlopment in Arkansas." Singing of spirituals was a feature enjoyed lute in the afternoon. Beautiful Women Love New Powder Beautiful women, admired for youthful complexions, use MELLO-GLO, the new wonderful French process face powder. Purest and smoothest powder known. Stays on longer. No flaky or pasty look. No grime or grit. Prevents large pores and never smarts or feels dry. Blends naturally with complexion. Demand MELLO-GLO. 50c and $1. (adv.) T o V i pat C 4M- i b beans, Whence to -Panama and Hawaiian Mancls ABOARD Tfffi U.B.S. GILMER— (/P)— T)K> Cni)*r Houston, with President floosdvHt riboni'd fioihted down Chesapeake bay Sunday night on a 13,000'itiita -journey that will curry the president to American possessions in the Atlantic and 'Pacific. Smiling with hoyisli enthusiasm, Mr. Roosevelt went out to sea from Annapolis, Md., amid, the farewells of the family gatherd on the Nnval Acodemy pier and the applause of a crowd of well-wishers. The president. ."went to the Houston, three miles out on the destroyer Gil- rner. Admiral Wiliiam H. Stanley, chief of naval operations, greeted the president as his car rolled up to the foot of the Gilmer's gangplank, the crew of the destroyer lined the starboard roil, drawn up at attention. Mrs. Roosevelt and others of the family gathered around to wish the president. Franklin Jr., and John, bon voyage. A Sunday crowd milled back of lines which naval academy guards held. The president went up the gnng- plnnk as camera flashes flared. Aboard he stood witli hat off, at the raid, laughing. Travel down the Chesapeake on the Houston was gaged for an arrival at 7 a. m. at the Hampton Roads naval base for an exchange of last minute official papers. Immediately afterwards, the prescdential flotilla will head past Cape Henry for the Atlantic and Puerto Rico, first landing place. A stop will be made at Haiti Thursday where the president of that island will be recived on the Houston during a brief stop. After visiting Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands this week-end, Mr. Roosevelt will go to Cartagena, Colombia, South America. It will be . tho first time a president of tho United States has visited this neighbor continent. , HOPE, ARKANSAS "Mr I" 1 Vrtfm tfrere he will proccea fhrdugh the Panama Canal to Hawaii which ato -wtn TJC vftfftea frm"tMw& isy •& tJreslfloMt 'df the' United'Stifles., Afrfi- v.il at Hawaii tentatively 'is Scheduled for July 24. After four or five days,in thg HfrWfl- iian islands, Mr. Roosevelt Witt depart 'for the American west co!<st wftefe'he probably will laud at Portland, Ore,,; about August 2. DEFICIT (Continued from Page ©ne) Was $3,629,631,942.52. The final figures for the year produced wide discrepancies.with the estimates sent to Congress by President Roosevelt in January, when he made allowances for all the ^possible contingencies of the recovery effort. Then, he predicted receipts. of $3,259.938.756 (they proved to bo 53,115,551049.53), expenditures of $9,403.006.967 'actually S7.105.050.084.fl5). a deficit of 57,309,068.211 (actually $3,989.496,035.42) Bird h public debt at the tnd of htc year of $29,847:0(10.000 (actually $27,Or>3,14Ul>M8>. Bright Star Supper A pic and ice creum supper will be held Friday night at Bright Star, on the Hope-Columbus road, funds to go to the church. The Blevins String band will play. Candidates'will speak. An expert says that Cockneys make good sleelers because they arc adaptable, intelligent, reasonable, modest, and have a sense of humor. German Dance El kill all July Fourth starting at 12:01 a. m. Script: $1:10 Original Californians to Play Get your picnic supplies for JULY 4th here Rubber Bathing Suits, all colors $2.25 Bathing Caps, assorted colors, from lOc to....35c Complete set of picnic supplies, 36 pieces—lOc Paper Plates, Napkins, Oil Paper, etc., pkg....5c Colored toggles protect your eyes 49c Fly-Tost for .flies and mosquitoes—pint .39c 'Fresh Stock of Genuine Eastman Kodak "Films—All Sizes John P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 We Deliver We Give Eagle Stamps FOR A ©LORIQUSLY C-O-O-L4th SWIM at THE PINES A New Deep Well has just been completed that will furnish our all concrete pool with more than 15,000 gallons of fresh cool water every day. The pool has been drained and scrubbed in anticipation of the large Fourth of July Crowds. Free Picnic grounds with tables and benches. Plenty of certified pure dririking "water. COOL OFF AT THE (Fomerly Colliers Lake) o me a cigarette is the best smoke. It's a short smoke,.. and then again it's milder. "I notice that you smoke Chesterfields also. I like them very much." 1 HAD A BERTH in the ninth sleeper. It was a heavy train and a cold night — snowing — and I thought about the man with his hand on the throttle. I admire and respect those men." © 1V34, Iiccirr & Mrm Toucca Co,

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