Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 3, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 3, 1934
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ociety NRY mini f ELEPHONE 821 July 4th Poem Brother,-shout your country's nfithem, ng your land's undying fame. Light the wonderous tale of nations With your people's golden name: Tell your father's noble story, Baise on high your country's sign: Join then, in the final glory- Brother, lift your flag and mine! —Selected. Who ti the Hope Girl That "Grade and George" Will Question About Relationship? The B. & P. W. Club will meet nt 7 o'clock Tuesday eveninft nt the Hotel Barlow. Miss Mildred Lessor of Crossett was the guest of Mrs. Webb Lasetcr Jr., while In the city to attend the Norton-Bird wedding. Mrs, S. M. Pnnkey of Emmctt was n Monday shopper in the city. The Womnns Missionary Society of the First Baptlsh church held their regular business mooting Monday morning nt 8:30 at the church with the president, Mrs. Dossett presiding. A most inspiring devotional on "Faith" was given by Miss Tucker, a returned missionary from Shanghai. Miss Helen Simms of Hot Springs Is spending the week with Miss Auda Portcrfield. It Is very important and imperative thnt all girls who have not finished their homo ec. projects, meet Miss Ruth Taylornt the cottage, Thursday ^morning between 9 and 11. ^ Mrs. E. W. Dossett and three child'• ren, Evelyn, Rose Myrn and Edwin Jr., left Tuesday morning for a week's visit With relatives in Chesnut, La. The July meeting of the Womans Missionary Society of the First Christ- Ian church was held Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. W. F. Saner on North Hervey with Mrs. J. R. Floyd as joint hostess. The program was led by Mrs. W. F. Gorin followed by Mrs. Lite Moore who told how a Sunday school class in California supported a missionary in Belhelcm. Miss Josephine Morris gave a very pleasing and comprehensive report of the Petit Jean conference. The program was further featured with a talk on ''Tomorrow's Christian Education" by Miss Edna Middlebrooks, a member of the Little tRock high school faculty, who is spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. Mary Middlebrooks. Following the regular routine of business, the hostesses served a delicious ice course with cake. Mr. E. J. Bcalof Norfolk, Va., who him been the gxmst of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin Dossett left Thursday for n visit with relatives In Chcsnut, Ln. Mrs. Harold Wright of Pampa, Texas is the guest of Mrs. H. H. Stunrt on route to Little Rock for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Ode Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. MeFndden have returned from n delightful trip to Chicago, Mncinnc Island, Grand Rapids, Saglnaw nnd Detroit, cnroutc home they visited the Mammoth cnvc in Kentucky. Miss Flora Cotton, county health nurse will be In Hot Springs July 5 and 6 attending the annual slate health conference at the Arlington hotel. The Young Womcns Circle of the Methodist church held its regular monthly meeting on Monday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. O. A. Graves on Washington street. The circle was colled to order by the circle chairman, Mrs. Roy Stephenson and an inspiring devotional was given by Miss Kathleen Campbell. The program was in charge of: Mrs. R. Broach and an interesting discussion was held on several of the parables taken from the four Gospels. Two enjoyable musical numbers were rendered, a piano solo by Miss Pansy Wlm- berly and a duet by Misses Guiola Basye and Mary Louise Keith, accompanied by Miss Harriet Story. During the business session the circle unanimously voted to adopt the name "Jo Vesny" in honor of Mrs John Vescy, who has sponsored the circle since its organization. During the social hour the hostess served a delicious salad plate with iced tea. Mrs. Frank o Trimble and daughter Carolyn and Mrs. A. K. Holloway and daughter, Mary Cornelia, left on Monday for Chicago for a visit to the World's Fair. Miss Doris Moses left Monday for a, month's visit with friends in Corinth, Mis, IT'S TOO HOT— to play Tennis . . . and for those that don't care to sit out in the hot sun on the 4th . . . you'll find a good show and a cool and comfortable seat at the— Ford Certifies to NRA Compliance Motor Company Has Righi to Bid on War Department Contracts WASHINGTON (XP)— -Henry Ford 1 motor company late Saturday certifiei to Hugh S. Johnson, past, present am future compliance with NRA's Blu Eagle. A letter, unsigned, but stampe "The Ford Motor Company" was sub milted to Johnson by a local agen slightly revised, and then approve< over the telephone by a Detroit offi cial of the Ford company. Johnson returned the letter for sign ing by a responsible officer of th Ford company. This step, which John son said, restored to Ford the right I bid on millions of dollars in govern ment contracts, was arranged by Har ry A. Woodring, assistant secretary o war in charge of procurement, and Representative Kvale, Farmer-Labor, Minnesota, a member of the House Military Committee investigating War Department contracts. HENRY— N O W had many loves . . . but he never lost u head! NANCY CARROLL OTTO KRUGER SPRINGTIME FOR HENRK A Springtime Comedy. ,,Comedy SPECIAL Souvenirs 2:30 Matinee WED. LOOK WHO'S HERE- THUR. & FRI. GAYNOR w«* """DUNN """ROGERS SPECIAL MID-KITE SHOW 11 p. m. FRI-NIGHT — O\\ the Stage— ALI BABAS Spiritualistic SEANCE and GHOST SHOW —On the Screen— Louisiana House Is Pushed by Kingfish Long Puts Pressure on Legislature in Monday Night Session BATON ROUGE, La. -(ff)~ United States Senator Huey "Kingfish" of politics P. Lofcg, the In Louisiana, HITLER HALTS The famous radio team, Burns and Allen, nowin Hollywood, • hope that missing relatives will be a'monn the lucky contest winners in "Hollywood Movie Contest" now being conducted by the Saenger theatre, and vother Malco theatres in Arkansas. Here's a "ghost picture" o£ a fortunate girl Who may be one of the winners. Do you know her? _^ Bank Statements Called Tuesday Condition of All Institutions Published as of June 30 Ford Has Lead on First 4 Months Reports 162,788 Units Out of 552,316 Total Registered in U. S. A. Ford led all other makes in sales of passenger cars during the first four months of 1934, according to official tabulations of motor vehicle registrations throughout the United States just issued by R. L. Polk & Co. Total Ford registrations of new passenger cars in the four month period aggregated 162,788 units out of a total 552,316 new cars of all makes registered in the United 'States in this period. The Ford total of registrations of assenger ears, commercial cars and rucks during the same four month eriod was also in the lead. Ford's percentage of the total busi- ess in May was increasing according advance reports compiled by Polk 106 leading cities in key points iroughout the country. Window Prize to Robison Company George C. Wilson, Jr.,, One of 3 Winners in the United States Monday night cracked his whip, snapped his fingers and pushed and told a legislator, State Senator Jarnes A. Noe, of Monroe, to "get back Hhefe— vote for that bill." Noe, who was leaving the chamber, returned The "kingfish" action came in a night session after the house ways am inenas committee late Monday fiad approved Under Long's 'force ithfee tax bills (Which would place-levies on incomes, newspaper advertising and c6t« ton and Stock Exchange trah&otidns in Louisiana, , When Long look the floor in the senate the-body was considering a bii Involving the registrar of voters>'Offioe in New Orleans psfrish wher some of his lleutcnants'got into ttoubte.in the January city campaign, 'and •Long's candidate was beaten by Mayor Walmsley in the-election. The bill on Long's i orders was amended to make it unlawful for'any- *ne,-.Whether ah-officer or .authorized by a''court drder', to "molest or 'disturb the registrar or;the records'of the o'ff- ,lcc" The Registrar is appointed., by the governor.' • Originally anti-administration mem bers had;brough in. a bill 'to.ip^hlbj removal o'f records or '. books -from'the office of '-the ^registrar df 'Voters in Orleans. , '-'.••"... Long canvassed the senate before it wag convened. The authors of, the 'bill, Senators Bourdeaux of Abbeville and Peterman. of Alexandria, sought .to withdraw the bill on the claim that the amendments would kill its'intent They were voted down and the -Lindsay amendments were adopted 23 to 12. .i Long snapped his fingers and strode by Lindsay. Peterman's motion to withdraw the bill lost,' 24 to 10. Senator Noe rose and started to leave. Long intercepted him. "Get back there^get back,",-Long shouted as hejbipckediNoe's path^and the galleries-looked on in amazement. - Noe began to argue. Long shoved hmi' backward in His seat. "Get back there and vote," demanded long'. squad cried 'I am innocent. Hell Hlt- le'f! ;ffell Germany,' "Men with -meritorious records were glveli the privilege as Was Itoehfn OSrhst Rfcelim, .cabinet riifcifelei* and supreme leader of the troopers) to commit suicide, but few accepted. "The execution df one S. A. leader named fihrdt was held up momentarily by the arrival of an order 'from Hitl» giving him 'the right to choose -suicide or the firing, squad. Ehrdt was an aviator and held the /highest military decorations. For this reasdn the chancellor extended him the fa- vbr. But-Ehrdt refused to shoot.him- self, proclaiming "he was.innocent Scores Executed The witness said the strain of the ordeal .caused -him to leave the scene after he, had seen 60 shot, intimating many more were executed. : The cadet school was established in 1W. and is a cautle-Hk* struttur*, u*ed hi monsrchlat day* for tfainlns Officers. The circumstances of the killing -of Oen. Kurt von 'Schleicher and hfe th* exception of'»»-», ' n their home near Babelbutg. the Hoi- lywodd of Germany, were told by an* other witness, an old army off User, Sight heavily armed Storm Troopers in a bus went to the TtoOse, he said, jumped out and marched in. "I heard shots, and shortly, thereafter the Storm Troopers came out," he said. HENLEY'S CAJFTORE (Continued from $*jffe Ois«) furlough on the plea of his mother that they ought to spend Christmas together, it being her belief that it would be her last 'one on earth. She promised that She would not allow'her son to ; go back to Searcy, county during the period of his freedom. With ^bwn 4M r*.n; *|)$ptju&ii6tt p&t fifjUffffS' «.. Puerto Rico is mow than it; that of continental United State*;; persons to the square mile ure for the island. the P. A* Lewis Motor Co, Third & Washington Used Cart, New and Ugftd Batteries, Tires. Washing, Greasing, Gag and <% '){ FOR SALE 1932—Ford Tudor Sedan 1930—Cchevrolet Sedan 1929-Buick 'Sedan. Hempatead Motor Co. Phone 850 207 East Third WASHINGTON.— (ff) — The comptroller of the currency issued a call Tuesday for the condition of all national banks at the close of business last Saturday, June 30. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation called for the condition of oil state banks not affiliated with the Federal Reserve as of the same date. The Federal Reserve System called for a condition statement as of the ame date for all state banks affiliated with the system. Ozan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rivers of Mineral Springs were the guests of Mrs. Etta Hannah and other friends here Sunday. Misses Alma and Elizabeth Hannah and mother Mrs. Ford Hannah were shopping in Nashville Saturday. Mrs. B. A. Marrow and daughter, Lucille Mrs. J. B. Robins and Misb Mary Alice Wilson were visitors in Nashville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robins and daughter, Mary Sue Rye were visiting in Nashville Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred Murphy- Miss Ata Rece and mother of Nashville were the guests of Mrs. Kate Goodlett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Reeder Goodlett o Nashville attended the M. E. metin; here Wednesday. Mrs. Jerome Smith of Nashvill" spent the week end with her sister Mrs. J. K. Grene. Bill Freeman returned to Hope Fri day after a visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Lo Fletcher. Miss Kathleen Wakeley of Nashvill was the guest of tiler sister, Mrs. Eai Robins Tuesday night. B. A. Barrow came home on a shor visit from Memphis Friday night. Mrs Barrow and daughter, Lucille will re turn to Memphis with him Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Luke Monroe and Mn Luther Smith of Washington attende the ic cream supper at St, Paul Tues day night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robins wer visit- Charlea Locke was in Nashville on the ice cream supper at St. Paul Tues- business Monday. H. M. Stephens, of Blevins, candidate for county judge attended the pie supper at St. Paul Tuesday night. The Ridgdill string band furnished music for the ice cream supper at St. Paul Tuesday night. We take this time to than.'; the mmbers for their kindness. Br. a.d Mrs. H. O. Stuart and children were visitors to Columbus Tues- Geo. W .Robison &'Co. was notified' Tuesday that George C. Wilson, Jr., its window display man, had "been awarded one of three department store' display prizes offered in the- entire, United States by the 'Spool Cotton company, New York. ' i The prize was $10 cash, and the letter to Mr. Wilson stated: "Your name will be featured in the advertisement announcing the contest winners in the. July issue of'Dry Goodu Economist." ay night. and Mrs. Dick Milam and son of Mineral Springs were the guests of flr. and Mrs. J. K. Grene Sunday. ill 1 , and Mrs. Jemore Smith of Nash- ille weer visiting relatives here on iundny. Miss Mary Frances Irvin has return- d home from Los Angeles, Califor- ia wher she attended school the past vinter. The Ozan and St. Paul Methodist hurchcs entertained more than 200 isitors Wednesday .The district meet- ig was held at the Methodist church ier. Rev. Rule preached a very inter- sting sermon at 2:30 in the afternoon. Mrs, Will Matthews and mother of Ashdown are the guests of Mr. and VTrs. Gray Carrikan. Mrs. Carl Brown of Blevins attended he Methodist district meeting here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ware Owens and son jf Blngen were visitors here Sunday. Mrs. Wakeley and daughter, Ruth, nd Kathleen of Nashville were the ;uests of Mr. and Mrs. Ealr Robins lere Wednesday. Mrs. W. F. Robins will entertain hte Baptist missionary society Monday af- crnoon, July 2. Rocky Mound Rocky Mound ..'. .' • The fifth Sunday meeting will <'be held in Rocky Mound next.Saturday. and Sunday. The program will be as follows: ; Saturday morning| at 10, devotional led by Bro. J. H. Neighbors. From 12 to 1 Introductory sermon by Bro. Wesley Thommason. "Do we have the present leadership of the Holy Spirit in this day and time as in the apostolic time and are we led by the same? —Rev. we led by the same." Bro. T. L. Epton and Bro. J. T. C. Butler. "Is the lack of church attendance due to lack of interest of the members or the ministers or both, and what is the remedy?" Led by Bro. D. W. Bailey and Bro. Deward Silvery. When lost in the woods;-'a • pejjson' walks in circles to the right; the first circle is large, the next one a"'bit smaller, and each subsequent circle a bit smaller tha nthe one preceding it. Cardenas Elected President Mexico N a t i o n a 1 Revolutionary Party Wins Easily in Quiet Affair MEXICO, D. F.—(/P)-Genenl Laz-^ aro Cardenas, 39'year-old revolution-, ary veteran, Sunday was chosei as the 45th constitutional president o! Mexico. In a nelection which reports'from' the principal-cities indicated wis .the quietest in the-history of 'the-ccurttry. Aided by the powerful politictl machine of the National Revolutionary .party, Cardenas on the basis oi first returns Sunday night appeared assured of at least 80 'per cent of the total vote. Gen. Antonio Villareal, candidate of the Independent Democratic parties, was running second, and Col. A'dal- berto Tejeda, Left Socialist candidate,, •trailed. Police and soldiers were quartered in the capital and'elsewhere but were: not needed, as the 'election proceeded without any disorder whatever. Trejeda made charges of numerous irregularties and said that he would appeal to congress to. set aside the, election. COMMON OLD ITCH 7 if Stilt With-Us, '.-.' PrLcritit'ibn No. ZOO.dOO <lviU-cjire it. It kills the parasites in the skin. The earth as a whole weighs 345 pounds per cubic foot. The heaviest rocks weigh only 200 pounds per cubic foot, therefore we know that the earth is not solid rock. The Indian death rate from tuberculosis in Montana is 15.2 times the white death rate from the same cause. 50c JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company • "TJ}c< RECALL- Store"' •; Hope, Ark. ' Established 1881 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK HOPE, ARKANSAS At the Close of Business on June 30, 19M RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ? 422,024.00 Banking House and Fixtures 38,000.00 Other Real Estate .' 55,785.00 Redemption Fund 5,0=30.00 U. S. Bonds 220,01)0.00 Bonds, Stocks, Securities 181,6^.21 Loans Secured by Cotton 25,421,83 dish and Exchange 291,449.54 TOTAL ....?1,237,305.58 LIABILITIES Capital Stock * 250,000.00 Surplus 50-000.00 Undivided Profits - 33,566.00 Circulation - 100,000.00 DEPOSITS 803,739.58 TOTAL DEPOSITS IN THIS BANK ARE INSURED WITH THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION TO' THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY THE "BANKING ACT OF 1933" Statement of T he First National Bank -Hope, Arkansas At the Close of Business June 30; 1934 -•••- : - ,, ' : -V.:' : r ; . •• • ' ASSETS ' , , tons ....... ....... .:..:.. ......... .. ........ ....................:....;.,.. ..!..,$ 187,942.93 'Cotton Acceptances 1. .................................. ......... ......... ll;572.96 Ewtiiture -&^i?ctures ........ . ..... .....,::. .:;.../. -:i...: ........ ...... 15$i9.93 Stpck:in federal 'Reserve Bank ...... ......:......;.. .............. 3,350.00 ®edecal ; Deposit ''Insurance Corporation...................... 788-97 Real Estate .. ...:..... ........ „... ...... ....:..'...'......'i ..... ..... . .......... / 5,000,00 Other Assets .A....... ......... .'.. ....... ;.... .......... :....j..:.' ............ ' 1,295.66 iBue|£r0m 'U. S. Treasurer. ....... ........... . ...... ... ................. 5,000:00 -Bonds and Scrip ....... .............. ..... . ........ ; ....... . ............ .... 241,733.55 $T.' J S." Government Bonds.... .............. ... ....... . .............. ... 872,142.50 'Cash iand Sight Exchange .:, ....... .... ..... ;... _______ ...... ....... . 89,386.86 Total ........ .... ..... ... ......... ...;.;........... ......... ..41,433,833.36 LIABILITIES 'Capital Stock J. ..... .............. .................. . ............ . .......... $ 100 ; 000.00 Surplus— ...:.,.... ......... . .......................... . ..... . ........ .......... 11,000,00 Reserve .-::~ ...'.. :.:.....' .................. - ................. - ............... 3,599.59 'Circulation ..... ......: ................ < .......... : ..... , ......... . ............ 100^000.00 .,.;—.„..—: ..... „„,.,.,.: ...... ;, ............ ............ 1,219,233.77 Total ....... :.... .......... . .............. . ..... . ....... .....,,$1,433,833.36 Of fioers and Director* R. G. l^cRae, President .. N. P. O'Neal, Vice-President Lloyd Spencer, Cashier n v 'ii'ir .. TV* _ i'i_ A _ ••_ i ____ i. ' . Syd HcMath, Assistant Cashier Roy Step'henson, Assistant -Cashier Chas. C. McRae E.P.Stewart Jas. R. Henry Member of Federal Reserve System 'Deposits.in thisrbank are insured by the Federal'Deposit Insurance Corporation in the manner •and to the'extent provided under the terms-of'.the^Uniteir States Banking Act of 1933. SIGN YOUR OWN DECLARATION OF Mi .ninur INDEPENDENCE f« mod«rm Get America's most economical Automatic rtfrlf«r«tor. Get EUctrolux, the git refrigerator. ARKANSAS NKNJRAL Gtt CORPO R ATION •£&>W*$*v.-'v

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