Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 6, 1934 · Page 3
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Friday. July 6.1934 HOPE STAR, EtOPE, ARKANSAS By Helen WtleMmtt I WENt riding down lo fthcims (Tourists always go Looking for (he sacred place History pictures show.) Q UITE forgetting all the harm Thai a war can do, I found (altered, broken glass, Slarshinc sifting through. JONG aisles where blue-armored Anights Used to kneel to pray, When crusades awailcd'Uicm, Sensed a dim decay. RUT if treasured loveliness Gnmcrcd Ilirouglt Jean years, Can be vanquished at a blow Why should I shed tears WHEN a dream thai I have kept J'or a spring" or two. Passes down the sunmierlidc, Going to sea with you? MRS* SID HENRY TELEPHONE 321 Think health! Yourself as healthy • sec: for as you think within your heart so shall it be. Talk health! Speak words of truth and praise; Antt know Hint wisdom's tongue Is life and length of days Act health! Let manner, mood and mind Show purpose, poise nnd power, in high degree combined. Build health by thought nnd word and deed; Look high, have faith, endure, persist nnd you'll succeed. Selected. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry SnmcrviUc, Miss Nell Helms niul Clyde Coffee spent the Fourth of July at Caddo Gap. The different circles of the Womans Auxilary of the First Presbyterian church ,will meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the following homes: Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs. Comer Boyctt, on S. Mnin street. Circle 2 with Miss Lucy Bnyd on N Elm street. Circle 3 with Mrs. Dorscy McRac, on E Third street. Circle 1 with Mrs. Tom Mc'Larly, S. Main strel. Circle 5 will meet nt 7:30 Monday evening at the homo of Miss Elizabeth Bridewell S. Shover. street. Ono of the most interesting nuptials the slimmer season, was the mar- ringc of Miss Eleanor Foster, younger daughter of the laic L. A. Foster nnd Mrs. Foster nnd Dickson Wiitkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watkins. which was impressively solemnized Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the home of tho bride on S. Spruce street. The ceremony WHS simply planned nnd perfect in detail. Dr. Thomas Brcwslcr, pastor of (he First Presbyterian church rfficialcd in the presence of the families, relatives nnd friends. The spacious lower floor of the Foster home war. effectively decorated with gracefully lutnj! Southern Smilux and summer flowers. The place of ceremony at the south end of the long reception room was banked with Smilar, palms and ferns nnd flnnkcd with floor standards holding white lighted tapers which served as a background for floor bits- COMMON OLD ITCH Is Still With Us Prescription No. 200,000 will cure it. It kills thc parasites in the skin. 50c JOHN S. GIBSON 71 Drug Company •* "Thc REXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 18S5 Thousands come weekly because it's ALWAYS cool at thc— NOW JANET . G A YNOR >? CHARLES & F A R R E L L GINGER ROGERS —and— JAMES DUNN —in— "CHANGE of HEART" 11 IT EH? 9 C another HtKE, d big SATURDAY DOUBLE PROGRAM I''«s( moving gun play! in a rousing drama CROSSFIRE M Q J* "Fighting nidi Kit Carson" FRAPPED, BY FATE/ They're Here !!!! SUNDAY & MONDAY WHO? The "SMITH BROS" BtJfH relations to the "cough I^IVf drop" Smiths! Hopes biggest favorites in a comedy with music, giggles and lots of girls. Sings as Fiance Lies Dead TIFE CHURCH OF CHRIST Glenn A. Parks, Minister The first service begins at 10 o'clock. This service consists otf congrentional singing and Bible study. Preaching nl 11 o'clock. The subject Is first of n scries of sermons on the Cross of Christ. It is: "Why Did Jesus Die?" Young people's meeting at 7:15 p. m., nnd the regular evening services at 8 o'clock. The subject for study at that hour will be, "The Necessary Death." For the next two months the minister, Mr. Parks, will be in the field doing evangelistic work, and Gilbert Copcland will do the preaching. A cordial Invitation is extended lo everyone. Come and study with us. Death gloated In tho wings as Leah Ray, 19, above, with never n, tremor, sang a song in a Detroit theater thanking her nwcct- hoart for n lovely evening. Sho went on for her act knowing that her fiance. Harry I'lnsley, was a passenger on tho missing nlr- Ilnor that n few hours later was found In the Catskills, seven dead In Us wreckage. kols holding exquisite pink gladioli. The dining room and music room decorations observed thc same pleasing color note of shades of pink, being carried out with two shades of crepe myrtle against. gracefully hung background of smilax. The wedding music was played by Mrs. Kate Holland, who played "Venetian Love Song" preceding Mrs. R. T. White's two songs. "At Dawning" and "Because." At the first strains of Mendel- - . . , Jllll_/XCIlI\miCl, ITilOO V^KIUKICI J->l*JlClllt "». ssohns wedding march down the hand- Tcxarkann spcnt thc wcck with the Washington Little Miss Evelyn Ann May is spending two weeks in Texarkana, visiting her gradnmothcrs. Mrs. A. P. Delony, Miss Julia Delony and William Delony spent thc Fourth of July in Gum Springs. Mr;:. Harold Velvin of Lonview is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pinegar, son "Dub" and W. H. Weir, attended the rodeo at Hope Wednesday. Miss Kalhryn Holt and Mrs. William Etter attended a bridge party given by Miss Ellen Carrigan in honor of Mrs. R. L. Broach, n recent bride, in Hope last Friday. Mrs. Jimmie May, Miss Lctha Frazier and Fred Norwood were Hope visi itors Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Parduc and daughter, Miss Helen Roberts of LouAnn and Mrs. Guy Linake rand son Bobbie, of Hope were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Lee Holt and Miss Kathryn Holt. Miss Joe Bell Holcom, history teacher in thc U. of A. was here looking up records in thc court house last Friday. The Washington Home Demonstration club will meet nt the home of Mrs. W. E. Elmorc next Friday afternoon at 3. Thc demonstration will be on canning fruits and vegetables. Mrs. Lee Holt and Miss Kathryn Hoi attended tho Norton-Bird wedding in Hope Saturday evening, which was conducted from the St. Mark's Episcopal church. Miss Georgia Bullard has returned, from a two weeks visit with relatives in Texarkana. Miss Claudia Bullard of S MALL worry you'll have at'a climbing thermometer in as cool a frock as this, Angel-akin crep» with navy collar, or linen are suitable materials. The designs come for sizes 14 to 20 and 32 to 42. Size 18 requires 4 yards of 35 Inch fabric'plug 2-3 yard contrast and a piece 9 inches wide and 48 Inches long, cut bias, lor the tie. To secure a PATTERN" nnd 8TEP-BY-STEP SEWING 'INSTRUCTIONS, fill out the coupon below, being sure to MENTION THE NAME OF THIS NEWSPAPER. some smilax twined stairway came becomingly gowned in a modish model Bullard family here. Mrs. A. N. Stroud and W. I. Stroud of blue triple sheer crepe, Mrs. Chas. | s[>cnl ' thc Fourth in Hopc and attcnd . Wilson, sister of tho bride, as matron t cf j ^ c rodeo of honor, her flowers were Columbia | Liu]e Raymoml wilson of Nasnvi n. c _, , ., , , ., . .ispcnt the week end with his cousin, The beaut, ulyounB bride presented : L . u)c M Nc]] Jcan B a picture of loveliness in her wedding • Rown, a Patou model of brown net, with accessories to match, and boquet of Talisman roses and ferns, as she descended the stairwnv onthe arms of her brother, Alston Foster, who gave her in marriage. The bridegroom was attended by his best man. Charles Dana Gibson. Immediately after the ccrmcony Mr. and Mrs. Watkins left for a honeymoon trip by motor, through Southern Texas and Monterey, Mexico, on their return they will be at home at !>09 E. Second street, he bride is a graduate of Hope High School, a graduate of thc Lindcnwood School of Expression, St. Charles, Mo., and a reader of splendid ability, also especially talented in music, possessing a soprano voice of i unusual range and sweetness. Mr. I Watkins is also a graduate of Hope ! High School, attended the Western! Military Academy nl Alton, 111., and Swofford College, Spartansburg, S. C. Ho is a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is associated in business with his father, cotton brokers and merchant. Miss Carolyn Cotton of Lonfiview, Texas will arrive Saturday for u week end visit with Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Chandler. JULIA BOYD, 103 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK Enclosed is 15 cents in coin for Pattern No , Slzo Name Address City state Name of this newspaper SEA HERO Miss Myrtle eBarden entertained the youngre set with a party Friday night at thc home of her sister, Mrs. W. I. Stroud. Sandwiches and iced tea were served to about 15 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Eason are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Merrell. Miss Julia Bcarden will leave Sunday for Spring Hill where she will be a teacher in the summer school. Miss Elsa Hale, district secretary of the Methodist Missionary Society of the church, was a guest speaker of the W. M. S. Tuesday afternoon at thc j church. Mrs. Claud Agce was hostess) of the meeting. A. N. Stroud entertained the people on his farm and n number of people from town at his home Thursday morning, with a barbecue. Little Miss Nell Jean Byers spent Thursday afternoon in Nashville and attended the birthday party of her cousin. Master Raymond Wilson. Miss Agathj Bullard will go to Spring Hill Sunday to begin teaching in thc summer school there. Miss June Watkins has returned from a week's visit with relatives in Texarkana. Mrs. C. M. Villiams was a Hope visitor Thursday morning. Miss Myrtlt Bearden spent a few Mrs. Otis Park has returned from a d; '"f in Hope this week. week's virit with friends in Ringgold, La. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meycrolt left Friday for their homo in St.. Louis! rcl1 , wllh C1R . 14 . after spending tho Fourth with Mr.! ter the devotiaial prayer, minutes and The monthly social meeting of the Womans Auxilary of the Presbyter- inn church tojk place Monday afternoon at the rome of Mrs. Sam Mer- present. Af- and Mrs. L. C. Becker. o Mrs. Harold Lawrence and Mrs. Truett Simmons of Tuxarkana were Friday guests of their parctns, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. King. Foreign countries purchasing automotive products from thc United States during inii.t totaled 10!). roll call (he members spent an enjoyable hour tofcther, at the end of I which tlie hosess served delicious ice cream and talc. The next neeting will be at the church with Mrs. W. H. Etter lead- inii the fortigi mision program on China. DYESS DENIES Hero of a dramatic rescue In tha Gulf of Mexico Is Captain George McUride (above), of the United Prult Liner Kacapu. who picked up 17 members of the crew ot the Norwegian freighter Kimt Hani- sen after tho nitrate-laden ship burst Into llames. A liroboat with 18 other men of the crew was still adrift when Cant. George McUride madp his rnscue. PRESIDENT PLEDGES (Continued from Page One) Ci.-itrs differed from W. R. Dyess, state administrator, concerning several phases of the irogram, and it was believed she incuded her suggestions in (Continued from Page One) would be remembered as friends who tried to help Haiti. ! Later President Stenio Vincent Called upon President Roosevelt on the cruiser. Previously President Roosevelt had motored with President Vincent throug lithe streets of this ancient town founded at thc base of mountains by Christopher Columbus. fastened to the pun stock. A new type of adhesive tape with a waterproof backcloth is now being produced; it is ideal for outdoor use or in surgical cases where frequent washing is necessary. We Specialize On All Baby Needs 35c A 11 v/Mi All BOIUS CJoatc (Frankenstein) oedlS KAKLOFF and BELA (Dracula) LUGOSl ... in the most thrilling story of unheard-of wickedness the screen lias ever known! Capt. Jack O'Conncll, famous crack- shot of Bemidji, Minn., can split a a report to Vashington of her acti-|rard in two, .shooting with a tin pail vilies here. over his head; he sights in a mirror Existence of rumors concerning the FERA was conceded hy the state officials Thursdiy in a bulletin sent by Mr. Dyess to 'all departments of the Emergency Iclief Administration." Hunan Bulletin It read as folows in part: Reports reading this office indicate that in some counties rumors have i recently been iirculatcd to the effect' that drastic clanges would be made ' in the county organization. i "Wo wish d(finitely to dispell and uncertainty tint might prevail in the different clivisbns of the relief prog- | nun." | Mr. L.-ine wai in conference most of ! Thursday will state FERA officials. • It was learned that he had consulted various persors regarding the character of appoiitinents made by Mr. Dyess, indicatng that the national FERA had tuk:n cognisance of criticism based on assertions that Mr. | Dyess is looking forward to a cam- i paign for governor or United States Senator in 1931. There was no indica- i tion that anyone had offered tangible . evidence to support such an assumption. $1,000 REWARD (Continued from Page Oae) New Crisis Feared in Cuban Cabinet Resignation of Mayor of Havana Disturbs President Mendieta HAVANA, Cuba -(/P)~ Faced with the possibility of another government crisis as the result of the resignation of Dr. Miguel Maririao Gomez, mayor of Havana and ex-officio member of the cabinet. President Carlos Mendieta Thursday night voted to take "con- cilatory measures." Persons close to Cuba's chief executive said he "was very much upset over ahe resignation of Mayor Gomez" and that he would do everything in his power to bring him back to the government fold. A session of the cabinet was called with the announced object of acting upon Dr. Gomez's withdrawal, but it was revealed in official circles that President Mendieta's secretaries had given him a vote of confidence to 'settle the issue in the way he deemed most advisable." Mayor Gomez, after several confer- Republicania party, announced his regignation was irrevocable unless certain changes were made in the caginet. Political observers, among whom were several intimate friends of Mayor Gomez, revealed that Accion Republicans had presented several candidates for the cabinet during the last crisis and that they had not been given "due consideration by President Mendieta." Ozan reward offered L. G. Phares, chief of the Texas highways patrol. Phare's reward was posted after two patrolmen were slain by the banijit pair near Grapevine Easter. : Public contributions swelled the patrol's "Barrow apprehension ftnd" to more than $4,000, but ?3,,100 expenses were deducted, Phares said. The payment was exclusive of ?500 offered by Gov. Miriam A. Ferguson and a small balance remaining of funds contributed by 'employes of the state highway department which will be paid by the highway commission. Officers sharing in the reward were former Texas Rangers, Frank Hamer and B. M. Gault Dallas Deputy Sheriffs Bob. Alcorn and Ted Hinton, and EheriffHenderson Jordan and Deputy Paul M. Oakley of Beinville parish, La. They ambushed the outlaws May 23. Expenses for the two former rangers including money paid for information were $1,500. Phares would not divulge the names of those who received pay for information. Mrs. B. A. Barrow and daughter Miss Lucile have returned to Memphis after a visit with friends and relatives here. Gladise Tollett was a business visitor in Hope Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robins and Mrs. J. K. Greene were visitors at the Experiment Station near Hope on the annual visiting day. Mr. and Mrs. William Etter were visitors here Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. K. Osborne and Charles Irvin were visitors at the Experiment farm las Friday. Miss Mary Frances Irvin who has been in Los Angeles, California attending school ih spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irvin. The canning kitchen opended here Monday with Mrs. Miller Stuart supervisor. Mrs. Stuart reported 98 cans the first day. Mrs. W. F. Robins entertained the W. M. S. with a delightful social at her home Monday afternoon. After a short business meeting a patriotic program was rendered. Several games carrying ou t the Fourth of July spirit were enjoyed. The rooms were beautifully decorated with red, white and blue cut flowers and flags. The hostess, who wore a white dress, with a red tie and blue sash served a delicious plate, assisted by Miss Jettie Curtiss and Mrs. Earl Stuart. LOUISIANA MOVES (Continued from Page One) from a group of organizations including the faculties of Tulane and Loyola Universities, the Association of Commerce, the New Orleans Property Owners League, the Young Men's Business Club and the Central Trades and Labor CounciJ. A similar bill was killed in the house last week. Senator Paul Chasez, Orleans Old Regular leader, angrily denounced the amendment, "It isn't right for the administration to come in and try to run affairs of the City of New Orleans and tell us how we should appoint our Police Board and how we should conduct the affairs of our Police and Fire Department. The amendment was adopted however, 22 to 13. | HOSE SALE 89c Pair 2 Pairs $1.50 THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 DARROW'S REVIEW (Continued from Page One) here of the board have resigned and any further investigations and reports would not be representative of the board originally constituted or serve to effectuate to purposes for which it was created." The president said the board had "substantially completed its work." What is said to be the largest bus in the world is tho one used on the Boulder Dam project to carry 150 workmen from Boulder City to their work every day. P. A. Lewis Motor Co. Third & Washington Used Cars, New and Used Parts, Batteries, Tires. Washing, Greasing, Gas and Oils. FOR SALE 1932—Ford Tudor Sedan 1930—Cchevrolet Sedan 1929—Buick Sedan. Hempstead Motor Co. Phone 850 207 East Third The first car actually purchased in a commercial transaction in the United States was manufactured by Alexander Wirton. 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Bottle s 25c FLAKES-Sm. pkg. 7c-Large pkg. 10c Macaronia or Spaghetti—Lb. 1 Qc Light Crust Flour-24 Ib. bag $1.00 Salt Wafer Kisses—large bag 10c SNOWDRIFT 3 S; 35c 6 J* 65c Can Can TOMATOES-3No.2cans 25c Sliced BACON-Lb. 18c Weiners and Bologna—Lb. 10c Lunch Meats-assorted, Ib. 25c STEW MEAT-Lb. 5c STEAK-Loin and T-Bone, Ib. 10c BEEF ROAST-Lb. 7c PICNIC HAMS-Lb. 14c CHEESE FANCY PULL CREAM—POUND 18c Dressed Hens and Fryers Dry Salt MEAT FOR BOILING—POUND 7c Home Owned HOBB Gro< & Market Operatcd REPHAN'S July Clearance Specials for Saturday Men's Broadcloth DRESS SHIRTS 18x36 Heavy BATH TOWELS lOc 79c Full Fashioned SILK HOSE 49c Fancy Broadcloth SHORTS Cotton Shirts Each 1 $1.29 Mesh SANDALS OXFORDS Several Styles 98c 72 x 90 BED SHEETS SIZE 49c REPHAN'S

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