Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 26, 1934 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 26, 1934
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, AMCAHSA9 KO$E 9TAS, O J*9$ce, Deliver Thy Herald From Published ev«ty week-day afternoon by Star Publishing Co., tec. R INtea & Alex. H. WashburtO. «rt The Star building. 212-214 South ffafout street, Hope, Arkansas. C. E. PSLMEn, President ALEX, IL WASHBURi*, Editor and Center Point is good in tiii) cfimunily ncnr r.f.:! ia-c .Sunda Xtattretf as *<«o«MT-«tess matter at the postofftce at Hope, ArkaflMf Vuder the Act of March 3, 1897. "•the newspaper is an institution developed by modem civil- "ttt frrfcSfcmVthe news of the day, to foster commerce and industry, aarougti widely eltcutated advertisements, nnd to furnish that check upon; jBWrattiett which no Constitution has ever been able to provide. —Cot. K. Subserfctidn fiii* (Always Payable in Advanceh By cfty carrier pet Wttk tt« Sj»lridntf%#,7a; one year $5.00. By mail, in Herapstead, Nevad*. Howard, Millet' anrt LaFnyette comities, $3.50 pcsr year; elsewhere $£«>. 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Commercial newspapers hold to thin policy in the news columns to protect their readers . ,from a deluge of spacc^taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility tor- the safekeeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Yo»r Health By DR.- J46SlttS Editor;. Jouinal ' of the American ' • Medical." Association, and of HSfcelVth* Health Magazifte • YOUR CHILDREN By Olive Roberts Barton I You May Bruise Easily If Stout or i Here's Child Who Always " Anemic j TWn IP—He Doesn't Mean to'Own, , Tftl? Is. the secead of two articles by j Blit to >tjhe ^ Dr. Fkhbeln foiling the care and j M _ unnecessary bickers about cure for bruises. Some Keople bruise- a great deal j easily than do others. That is because i their blood vissels are more permeable, thus permitting the blood to escape-easily and it is also due to a less- eind njumber of blood plntelts which are concerned with the control of bleeding. Fat people uni those who are very nemic are also more- likely to bruise more easily than, do people in good health, When a bruise cccurs the small blood vessla in the skin end perhaps i Many •• "rights" arise hi the family eiscle. j \V ith all due reVerence for lessons I in unseUishness, there axe certain things to remember about possessions. TaKc iiltle May, for instance, agjed three. Almost certainly at this age she will develop the habit of saying that everything in the house, yard and points bcyolut, is hers. - • iy.Lc.ther will be playing cards, with seine friends. May chins herself on the table and li.fps. "C'.<e are May's curds.' > i "rtb. Mother's cards." corrects the in the muscles are broken, so that, lady sweetly but Firmly. the blood comes out into the tissues. ] "May's cards," insists the infant. The bruise is therefore* so dark alj "No—May's cards are over there, first that it is almost black. j GO and get your cards and make Gradually it changes to blue, then j £ainething llice 'ihese are Mother's, la brcwo. and yellow, and when the; tee!" blood is finally reabsorbed by the-; - May - s cm . t i Si " t he baby gets in her forces of the body, recovery has oc-: Jast worc j ciirred. ] what Cliild Means "Sometimes a tendon or a muscle will) What is tha use of her mother argu- teaiv reswlthig in. an exudation of thej i ng ? -j.ji e t ru th is that it is not im- biood which, evntually comes to thej pcrtanti because the child .of this age surface. This, however, is not to be j nas a difcrent idea of possession, from () ' : Mr Marii Kealtl ihis wri RCA. Jchn Ni'if,'hlior ton preached nt llii- U'CrnitiK nt II o'clock. Mis-s Noll Mnylini list week with Miss Marian M who i:: from New Orleans .<nd i' : itips; in tin 1 liomc of Mr. ami Mr. cm- Hodnrt!. Mrs. Harvey Wriitht raid .-nn Tr ot' Tturniony .sponl 'I iu %t -'il.i>' win and Mrs, VV. W. Wrichl Miitse.- 1 Nell Mnyton and A '' ; Mers spent. Tuesdny nfli-rii'ion Mi';s Gtirnldine Tnylor. Mrs. Oscui' flodiu'tl sp'^iii Tin' niglu. with Mr. and Mrs W. \V \V find rliildrnn. Mific: 1 ""'I Maylf'ii. Marian M Gcialdiii' 'i.iylor and !va Nrll dlf and A. 1,. C.indli 1 spent liflorno? n »,viili Mi"-"--* 1 . 1 ; Ku)t>' Ifnbhnn!. Nii>'. Odi- T,-,\l ,r :.-,vl i\' CaddU' ^po!l l . '1 hiti.-;flay : Iti'i ATrs. Jim Ward. Mi«i Jps-iisr- M;u> Wrich! ;:in{S in Hope ThursJay al Quite a few attended thf the home of Mr. and Mrs. .' (Hi- Thursdny nijiht. Mrs. Vera Reeves nnd Kath'-rine Reeve;; are visitim; rt'lativrs at Ui.'lly Grove. Mrs. A. I,. Candle and rhililivu and Olen Revi'S and Turn Hulili'iril and Franklyn Middluliroo!;.-: srpi-nt Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mis. \V. W. Wright. Rufiis and Doyle Crawford r*f 11m!- caw spent Friday niyht v/ilh Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Galloway. Ruins Crawferd was a iilea.sar,', caller til tile Wri/'Jit liome SaturJav iiioriu inii- Mr. and Mrs. Kay Mf-Kainie and children visited relatives near D.xUaw Saturday nifiht and Sunday. W, W. Wright called ;,t the home of hi.; son. Horace Wrii'hl. Saturday afternoon. He was aci''.>ni|-,anicd hi.ni" b.y Mrs. Murvcy Wright and children Mrs. Di'Venny \vill !,|U-u( s;'\ei.il d.i;..: in the Wright linine. [/. I,. Meadov.s of IIi.-ilKtciii. Toxa::. Announcements The Sl.ir i;i authorized to announce I!K- follnwlns as candidates subject to Oir- r,,"ti<>n of the ncmocrntlc primary rlivlinn AsifMi.sl M, !!>:!!. Fur S C'lllh JOHN ;ite Srnntor District) L. WILSON For Shtttff • jl'-.ORGE W. SCHOOLKY w. Aimnv LEWIS CLMiKNCK E. BAKRR .1. i:. (JIM) BEARDEN County ft Probate Judge H.' M. STEPHENS County & Probate Clerk RAY K. M'DOWELt. JOHN W. RIDGDILL M I. T:i>: Assessor •"•: ISAljr.LLE ONSTEAtf U. L. (l.KEl JONES V. r. (CKIT) STUART Roml Overseer ID-ttoan Township) F L SUI.MVAN I, S. MAULDIN FKKD A. LUCK Wright. Miss Bottie Staggs sjcnt Sunday with Miss Rviby Hubbnrd. Rav. John NelRhhors nnd Rev. L. I.,. MidtUcbrooks woor the Sunday evening Buests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright. Canada's IMS j'uld production tn- tnlrct 2,947,618 fine our.cea an computed with 1932's |)i-o<Iuction of 3,044.387 fine futures, i The Potent Office nnd the Navigation Bureau me tlie only two units of the federal ftavommpiit which operate nt a profit. DRESS SALE Enliro Slock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phono 252 ri-'-i 1 ..-;! in Hie luime of his parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. Mcodows recently. Vi, antl Mrs. Henry Nash spent ;-. ( mdiiy al'Unni.m in the homo of Mr. end Mr; \V. W. Wright. Mi.-; Gurtoon Caudle of Hope spent ; .nda.y with her mother. Mrs. A. L. Yii-.Mur Vines, formerly of Longview 'I,••.•:•*• ;;nd Aliiio Sherman of Har,,».,iv wen- callers Suntliiy afternoon nt Ihe lu'.ino of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Guaranteed Typewriter Repair Service O. W. MILLS :'.!". So. VValr.ul Phono SG WAKE LIVER B1LE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go If ymi foci nour am! aunlc nnd (ho world looks punk, don't mvnllow u tot i>, *aln, mln* •ml wutrr, oil, lux.itivoenndy fir ^ii^wlng nurrt nnil cipoct thrm to nraki> you r.u'ldenly awwt and buoyant mid full of sunahinp. For thny can't do it. Thoy or.lv movo tha hawf'ln and u mcru movMniMit it-j'-fm't nil. at tti(» c:iu«n. Thp riM-ion for your down-and-out fcoHne Is your llvrr. H "liould ixuir tout t*o poimiTn ol lli|iilil l>ilo Into your bowi'ln duily. H thifl hilu U not ftowinit frin-ly, yuur food do^en't digf.it* It just dt><-ny* in thi» bowelf. (las bloatn up your oUmirtrli. Vr,u have- n thick, hnd taato »nd your hrmili is fuiil, •kin oftpn break* out in lilcrniahcn. Vour ht-iui nrhiw and you ft-cl down und out. Vour wholo It takes thorn cr>"d. old <"' A RTF.E'3 MTTLK UVEII IMU..S to BK itn-m two pound* of hilo flowing trwly und innLr you lr*l "up nnd tip." They ronUtn wonderful, when It rumen to mnkine tho dili> Hi.-, truly, llutiltm'taskforlivfr pill*. Auk fori'aitrr'j l.lllli* l.ivcr I'illt. Look for tin? muiu> I'artrr's l.itUr I.lviT rill* on tin- n-l lahi-l. tit-writ n «uhntitut<-,.iOc»tdrU2.»lor(3. O taill I.:. M. Co. SH>E GLANCES confused with the bruise which is caused by forces applied from with- ours. It rather grandiose in its scope. . It doesn't mean "right to own- out. The common name fcr^such- a f ersnip » as . wc kn ow it, but merely condition is "charley horse." I that it isi.- something included in. the ' •Wh&j a severe^ bruise '..occurs you; child's newfySopaning world that in- should immediately rest -the affcted ; tercsts j^erf " '". part, and if it is an arm or leg elevate The ot her'day a daddy— fortunate the limb so as to aid absorption of the exuded- blood. man—brought; home a new car. The old one":had !b.een traded in. to stop, or if it spreads, presure may j Three-year-old Lee scrambled in to stop or if it spreaas, pr esure may | and stood up on the back seat. "This be applied that will control the bleed- ( jg ^^ ^ he said happily in £i "- „ • ,- , • 4* • u i "No— Daddy's car. Lee's old car There usually is little pain attached bye . bye; Now Daddy has a car. to a bruise after the first swelling has I * * . „ corad. If, however, the swelling con- | Th« u.n t Lee s ca^ Under such circumstances the applica. | thought, By heck, its time this young i r James stopped considering the tiori of heat is helpful. Very rarely does the collected blood under "the sfcin have to be !e1- out It IE ihe b'.fct to i.Hve it pbscrbed fiom within'. How?vtr, ii the clot il.'cs'uot liquify and if it fails to absorb, it may be •' ne be necessary for a doctor to let the accumulation of blood out. ivcrld his own oyster. Time he was ' taugh la lesson." i So there is a long harangue. And I then a few harp^words. "Lee's car,!' I Lpcke the trembling lips oefore the J tears, came. | And just about all that baby meant ! was. "Here is something else for me '$ : iK' :;; As-soon .as bleeding and acute in- j to like. What I like is mine because flammatibn-has stopped, mild rubbing; it is in my world." and massage may be helpful in secur- ! Kcascn Comes With Age : ing more rapid absorption of the ex-] After a bit, of course, say when he udede blood. j is t'our or five, there comes a real ... ' ..» » n» I dawning. The possessive case change.s. ..'.-. i character. Personal ownership will have a clearer meaning. In the meantime he can be taught to share pleasures, and to give. This wcn't involve his ideas of "rights" so much as; "right" and the fact that he ! must please others and even deprive himself in doing so. ; for the older child and his pos- paren'.s should recognize that 'Oh, mother still isn't satisfied. She wauLs to know wr.o your grandparents were bofoiv <•*•*'••' r -' -^ 'heir monev." This Bcoks Tells of the Struggles , of Urban >fegrous Street" \z the Story of a Col- : cv. ncrship is always sacred. No use ored Community ; giving Bobby a toy and then saying, Bt: kind and let Harry use it," when Peach Prices V. O. B. shipping point information reported for Tuesday, July 24: NASHVILLE, Ark. (And nearby pointi.): Very hot, partly cloudy. BY BRUCE CATTON Beale street, in Memphis, has been called the "Main street of negro America." As such, it seems to be a colorful and Interesting place, and its 0(lt designating owners, history is hte history o? how the colored man has adapted himself to city life. B 0 bby knows very well that Harry w jj[ break it. And one can't dump a ncw toys in the playroom with- At least not h;ibLUuiliy. Everybody's belongings •nt; nobody's belongings and nobody will take care of them. Generosity is Therefore, George W. Lee's book.. i' lrpotrant but pride of ownership is "Beale Street— Where the Blues Bogin" is an interesting book. Mr. Le begins his story far back in the past, in the days when the great Mississippi packets clutered thickly at the foot of the- street and the old south sent the waves of its influence up the river. He shows how the colored man, after emancipation, began his drift to the cities and how it happened that Beale street bcame a focal point for such drifters; how a negro community developed there, how the negroes built their own racial life and strove to take their places as self-reliant members of the city. On Beale street W. C. Handy got his inspiration for his "St. Louis Blue;; important toe. Haulirigs moderate. Good wire inquiry demand good for good stock and limited fcr ordinary stock, market steady. Carloads f.o.b. usual terms and f.o.b. caih truck. Occasional car bu baskets Elbertas .83 v>er cent or mere US' No 1 1.15 to 1.25, 1 7-8 in min mostly 1.00. MACON, Ga.: Hot, partly cloudy. Haulings increasing. Demand p.ood, market slightly stronger. Carloads f- o.b. usual terms anclf.o.b. cash track. Elbertaa, US No. 1 2 in min 1.10 to 1.15, few fine.- quality and condition higher, poorere lower, occasnonal 2Vj in min 1.25, few lower, few higher. Practically all US No. 1 cars sold, some shipments on contract. • CANDOR, N.C. (and nearby points i ; Hot, shower:: over part of district dur- inf: afternoon, haulings light. Better wire inciuiry. Demand improving and m-.ikut i:; steady. Carlot very, few :alc,;. Carloads f.o.b. usual terms tan bi-.!.kct". Belle of Georgia US No. '. in min mostly 1.10. Batfiefield 6LOR1FY1N6 YOURSELF <* !y Alicia Hart'? Coiffures Can Determine Type "I want to look energetic and vivacious." explains the girl who has a "What can pany, which the Ku Klux Klan tried to Ncrma Shearer, that charming ago. Here arose colored theaters, colored business houses, colored political organizations—and, on the surface, appeared such frothy phenomena as fish- fry and barbecu places, gaudy dance halls, lodges and the like. It makes a strangely interesting Story—and a valuable one, too, since Miss Shearer used to part her hair a .'most in the middle, comb it back lousily and knit it on the nape of he-;- ntck. It framed her face rather <.!o:.i!y. completely covering charming h c r cars' and hiding part of her mo::t colorful perrjunalitie:;. You sec, she cut her hair, partod it oil one side and trained it hack from her face iu wide. clc!.v--U.-the-h:--ail waves, allowing her lovely smooth forehead and ears to show. Then sin. 1 j i£t ubcut studying the art of i.-ye ', makeup. j Norrna Shearer uses eye shadow i both for daytime and evening—the i right i.hadb, of txurs'j, and just th:/ i light amount. H_r lipstick is applied i to make her ,;:'.'Utli :x-c-:n wide and full and her powder i:: a flt'tterinji shade that briii!-.s out the bos', tones i ot her tkin. Riintmbt;' that a coiffure can determine your tyjic. If you wear it ! one way, you look like a certain type —change it and you bocome something else. And keep in mind, too. that makeup can do a a,eat dtal for you. The pak: blonde with colorless lashes and oyebruw •: bccomc.-s a more distinct ptrsonulity the i/iinuLo she dui'keiU! her cyelnslic-.i The protracted mteting started here Wednesday night. Rev. Grain from Spring Hill is conducting the services. Mrs. James Martin from Houston, Texas, .spent Wednesday night with her sii'tur, Mrs. Elbert Tarpley and Mr. Tarpley. Rev. and Mrs. Grain were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. I Reid Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Collins of Spring Hill tpent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith. Miss Marie McDowell from Holly Springs .spent the week end with Mrs. Ford Smith and Mr. Smith. Lesler Venerable from Priittuville, Ark., spent a few days last week with hi. sister, Mrs. Dave Townsend and Mr. Townsend. Mrs. Oti.s Butler and children from lii.'lly Springs spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. H. K. Reid. Mi. and Mrs. Sellous Atkins from Pan.toga spent last Wednesday with Mr*. B. F. Wilson. iVn:. Lou Kllin»,er of Texarkana is h'-.-e on an extended visit with ht-r Kiaiidmolher, Mrs. Clara Roe. ;\ir. and Mrs. Ed Townsend from near Garland City are spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Sprinrjs Jr. L'everal from here left last week for the peach harvest at Highland. Mr. and .Mrs. Powell While of Hop:: i- ; tt!'.ndcd church here Sunday night. s ana f-re-head and cheeks. Her makeup the brunette adds l.«, hu- beauty an lack'-d character and her clothes lack- glamor when the- decides on a sleek rr^ajTexwUent study of the strug- ed the vivid accents and tailored | sophisticated coiifure and a lipstick 4s Sd tte ^oblems of the urban icuehcs that can do so much for a that acee.ituat^ her r^u.h. Its P c,'- gjes ana trie prouie« Wiir drcbc Sbe was lovely but hard- fetlly fasemutinti-lhis business ot "SiAed by Ballou, the book se.ls ) y what you ecu Id call dashing. j changing and intprov.ni; y,ur appenr- 1 ?250 '' '^doy. however, she is one of HoJ- f ante-try it and see ,f ,t isn t! We ."re Insurance Specialists who study you.- ri-.ks uud write- ins ;i r ii u c c that loss at every t'.vi.-'l and turn. n A WEEK It's just about as reasonable to try and do the Louvre in Paris in one day without a guide as it is to try to shop-and-save in Hope without the Hope Star Ads to sheer you right. Sore feet and a headache in one case—core feet and an empty pockctbook in the other. And nothing to show for your trouble but a buch of odds and ends. Hope Star Ads guide you to what you wan I. lo buy, where you want to buy it, at ihe price you want tto pay. H they didn't do just that these ads wouldn't be in this newspaper in the first place. For your desires, after all, aren't so very different from those of other value-wise Hope women. Ami most all of them read the Hope Star. You'll sav£ time, steps, temper Einci money if you let the Hope Star help you on every shopping trip.

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