Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 3, 1934 · Page 3
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Friday, August 3, 1934 HOfll STAR, ItOfcE, ARKANSAS PA'GE MRS. SID HENRY ociety NRY III IIII TELEPHONE 821 Courage Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace. The soul that knows it knows no release From little things. Knows not the livid loneliness of fear, Nor mountain heights where bitter joy can hear The sound of wings. How can life grant up How can life grant us a boon of living compensate For dull gray ugliness and prcgnate hate Unless we dare The soul's dominion? Each time we make u choice, we pay With courage to behold resistless day, And count it fair. . .Amelia Earhart. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meek and little daughter. Carolyn were Thursday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mayer and little on Billy will pcnd the week end with relatives and friends in Little Rock. Miss Maggie Bell will have as week end guests, Miss Christine Arrington f.and George Ruffin Marshall of Texar- 'kana. Miss Charlotte Stuart of Hot Springs was the Thursday night guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRac enroutc to Bradley for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meek. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. LaGronc entertained the choir of the First Methodist church on Tuesday evening at their home on North Hervcy street with Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Rule and Mrs. C. F. Routon choir director, and members of the choir and their better halves as guests. Southern folk songs were sung with Mrs. Routon at the piano, and special music was given by Miss Harriet Story, Gulola Baysc and Mary Louise Keith, with Mrs. John Wei- bom accompaning. Ice cold watermelon was served on the lawn. Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Hall have as house guest, Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs, Bernard Lloyd of Detroit, Mich. The Young Mothers circle of the First Methodist church wil meet on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. Coficld on the Camden road. Mrs. W. E. Brasler and children of Eastland, Texas, are the guests of Mrs. Eastland's parents, Dr. and Mr. Don Smith. The Womans Auxllary of St. Mark's Episcopal church will meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home o: Mrs. C, C. Spragins on South Hervey street. L. C. Kent, of Las Vegas, Nevada, arrived here Thursday, and will spend a month's vacation visiting his brother, J. H. Kent, and other relatives. It has been six years since he visited here. Miss Mary Lee Morgan entertained a group of her young friends Wednes. day at her home on North Elm street ! »> celebration of her 10th birthday anniversary. Many dclighful games were enjoyed and prizes went to Marian Ann Reynolds, Vada Belle Williams, and Marian Crutchfield. Afterward the cake was cut and served with delicious ice cream. Miss Dorothy Lee Morgan has as, house guest Miss Sarah Frances Sorrels of Greenville, Texas. Hit by Evidence In Morals Trial A sordid story of wild parties In which he Is alleged to have played the principal role was told In «he trial of Dave Allen, casting bureau manager, shown here In Los Angeles court. Allen was indicted on morals charges after grand jury testimony that extra girls who applied at his bureau were forced t» have "affairs" In order to get work.. Mrs. Lowel C. Herlinger and son Robert Lowell of St. Louis, Mo., arc the house gusts'of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hussman. SATURDAY SPECIALS POTATOES BURBANK—For Baking L LBS. I C LEMONS-Dozen 17c FI ft 11R Extra Hight Patent $ 1 55 r L U U it Guaranteed .4R I.h Riur ^ ' -5151 Guaranteed, 48 Lb. Bag KEG MALT A QQUALITY PRODUCT—CAN 57c UPTON'S TEA & gu 40c \ Lgb 21c SNOWDRIFT 6 £• 65c 3. ">; 35c Can 'Can JELLO ALL FLAVORS—PACKAGE 6c Tomatoes Royal .Red, Hnnd Packed 0 No. 8 Cans faaWw GRAPE JUICE ^ rt 31c p ;!M7c Jar Jar FRYERS NICE SIZE—EACH 35c PORK ROAST-Lb. 15c Wieners & Bologna—Lb 12lc IIEINZ-NICE SIZE SLICED BACON SUNFLOWER Lb - 20c STERLING Lb 23c Baby Beef Roast, Ib. 80 Stew, Ib. Ground For LOAF, Ib f 2 Tic Round, Ib. 12?c Short Cuts, Ib lOc Home Owned HOBBS 6 "* Market Home Operated Al Smith, Seabury Quit Reform Board They Are Disgusted at Politicians' Blocking Charter Move Nashville's Fete Attended by 3,000 Peach Festival Opens 3- Day Program in Howard County NASHVILLE, Ark —Approximately 3,000 visitors, representing almost every town in Southwest Arkansas, attended the opening event of 'the first annual three-day peach festival being held here Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Festivities opened at 2:30 p. m. with a mile-long parade consisting of beautifully decorated floats and cars representing practically every firm and business house in Nashville. The parade was led by Arkansas highway police, followed by a troupe of beautiful girls, on horseback. The Nashville band was next, followed by the Boy Scout troops. The queen's float was decorated in blue and white and occupied by Miss Mary Honeycutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Honeycut of Nashville who was elected Queen Elberta. Mis Honeycutt was seated on an Improvised throne and attended by the little Misses Betie Ray Utley and Virginia Lee Ramsay. The queen's float was followed by cars bearing visiting princesses as follows: Misses Marie Ward, Blevins, Jannie Spates, Saratoga; Emily Ruth Alford, Murfreesboro; Ennis Lloyd, Center Point; Ruth Clcndcnnin, Columbus; Bernice Medlin, Dlcrks. Texarkana was represented by cars bearing representatives of the Texarkana Retail Trade Asoclatlon. Hope was represented. Cowboys with the rodeo were in the parade. Peaches from the leading orchards we're displayed. After the parade a rodeo was held under the direction of Milton Whitten of Idabel, Oklahoma. The Flying Aces, troop of daredevil aviators, performed over the city all afternoon with stunts and parachute jumps. NEW YORK—Charter revision for this great metropolis will have to get along without Al Smith. Frankly disgusted, the chairman, stamped out in the middle of a meeting of the New York City Charter Revision Commission Thursday night and went home. "I'm through," he said, reaching for hi.n hat. ''My formal resignation will be sent in the morning." A 1 few minutes later Samuel Seabury, vice chairman, also registered his'disgust and walked out on thej meeting. He too, said he would resign. I "Nothing can be accomplished with the obstructionists blocking things the way they are," Seabury declared as he strode out. | The double walk-out was preceded by two and a half hours of violent dispute. Smith and Seabury had gone, into the meeting determined to give their foes a final chance to get aboard the reform wagon. The offer was re-1 fused. The other members insisted on' hamstringing simplification of the present umveildy city government, be- ' cause of the fat plums it would pick from the hands of district leaders. Tokio Hair one to three feet long is grown on bearded turtles found in the sacred lake of Hongkong. These turtles are carefully cared for and worshiped by the Chinese. BopeStar WANT ADS . P.hofte; -76S Who wants to be a pole-vaulter . . . a high or broad jumper these hot days when you can be so much more comfortable at the cool— —SATURDAY— UCDET'C Another El E. It I. d peach of a BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM J WALLACE McDonald -In"TEX Takes a Holiday" 2 LEW AYRES —In— "She Learned About Sailors" Chspter 3 "WOLF DOG" RINTINTINJr SUNDAY & MONDAY B Every day next " week is "Contest Days" . . . vote for your favorite when buying tickets! Tracy Morris was a business visitor to : Nashville Tuesday. S. W. Pool of Bingen was a Tokio visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hannie Cox and Mrs. Rena Cox of Hill county, Texas visited Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Cooley of this place Sunday. V. H. Harris and Joe Smith were business visitors to Gurdon Thursday. M. L. Stueart of Hot Springs was a visitor to Tokio Wednesday. L. S. Sanford was a Nashville visitor Tuesday. • Mr. and, Mrs. William Robins of Ozan are visiting relatives here now. Vernon McLaughlin and Harry Higgins were visitors to Highland Saturday night. r Miss Lula> Bell Price of McCaskill spent Friday night with Miss Irene Warren. Miss Audry Bradley of McCaskill is visiting relatives here now.. Otha Theobolt of Dierks is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. T. Warren here. Roy Thompson and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Collier Johnson of Pleasant Home community visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Katherine Holt returned home Sunday, after an extended visit to relatives at Beaumont, Texas. A. N. Lauderdale of Silsbee, Texas, is visiting, his 'daughter, Mrs. A. C. Holt and Mr. Holt. Gordon Stout of Beaumont, Texas, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holt. ,Miss Louise Lauderdale of Beaumont, Texas, is visiting Mr .and Mrs. A. C. Holt here now. John R. and R. A: Cooley were visitors to Nashville Wednesday.. Mrs; Henry Edmiaston of Nashville visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Holt Monday. We had a considerable. wind storm Monday night, blowing lots of peaches and apples off the trees and other damages. The rain was very light, With Dfflinger When Trap Closed John Dlllingcr's last sweetheart, the. woman Whose picture was fouhd in ilia watch, was Mrs. Roy Steele, left, divorced wife of a Gary, Ind., policeman, Chicago police declare. She and Mrs.. Anna Sage, right, "the woman in red," have been Identified as the pair with the bandit when he went ta his death. Police say Mra. Steele was rushed to her parents' home In Fargo, N. D., by federal agents immediately after the (Aiicago ambush. Man in Arms Blevins Mrs. Hettie Stennett and daughter Darline of eBlhe! are visiting their aunt, Mrs, Henry Griffith and Mr. Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Woody Regan, Mr. D. Wiggins and Miss Jenie Lewis off Hope were Tuesday guests of Mrs. S. H. Batle. Miss Doris Smith of Camden is the guest of Miss Ruby Garner. Hon. Steve Carrigan of Hope was attending to business in Blevins on Wednesday. Ad Carter spent last week in Hot Springs. Mrs. John Dunaway, who has been visiting relatives in Blevins has returned to her home in Fort Smith. Miss Lucnl Miss Lucile Loe is the guest of Miss Marie Ward this week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bell and children of Smackover are visiting relatives near Blevins. Mis;; Vilda Worlan is pending her vacation with her parent here. Mr. Pearl Clark and ons of Camden are guests of Mr., and Mrs. J. M. Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Huskey of Iowa, La., Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Huskey and Miss Ruth Huskey of near Prescott, Mr and Mrs. John Auxier and sen .Marvin,, Mrs. John Trillion, and Mr. and Mis. George W. Hunt and children all of Prescott, atetnded services at the Methodist church in Blevins Wednesday night. Mrs. Clyde Martin and daughter, Miss Mary Kthryr. of Dallas are visiting relatives in Blevins. Mrs.' W, M. Stroud, Mr. and Mrs- Harold Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, all of Hope, were the Monday guests of Mrs. S. H. pattle. . Collie Bslley and Martin ^artless spent the wek end with heir parents Mr, ar-d Mrs! Joe Bailey! Mrs.. Perry' Sage, A'4er' In a naval engagement you can depend on a middle tp carry on at close quarters. In case you don't catch on, Ensign W. F. Cassldy of Fort Worth. Tex., gives you an idea after receiving his degree from the Naval Academy at Annapolis. Helen Fisher of Annapolis Is the lucky girl. Stephens Jr. Miss Era Nolen of Texarkana spent the week en dwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Nolen. Mrs. William Tenney of Shreveport is viistine her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. S. Bonds. Mrs. Wilson Mitchell of San Antonio spent the week end with her sister, ivjrs. Inez Houser. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gamer and children, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Dormand and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Noval Garner and son atentded teh family reunion ear Camde Sunday. Mrs, Mario Ward, Miss Marie Ward, Miss Lucille Loe were shoping in Prescott Wednesday. A carpet has been invented for automobiles with a hair hurface and rubber base. An incubator, warmed by electricity, and able to hatch 20,000 eggs at a time, has been constructed by a Canadian. Primitive man carried on extensive trade operations according to findings of archeologists. There are more radio listeners in Great Britain than in any other European country; it has been estimated that there are more than 30,000,000 'fans" in the country. New Hope The singing school that Mr. Upchurch will teach here, will begin Monday, August 6. Let every one who la interested be present Monday. There was a storm In this community Monday night. Several homes and barns were partly unroofed and the timber was broken down and blown up by the roots in several places. The 1934 watermelon season for shipping in this community closed August 1. Several of the young people in this community spent a few days on Little Missouri river picnicing and swimming. Salt Lake City has a monument honoring a flock of gulls that saved the community from famine in 1848, at which time an insect plague was destroying crops. Ladies ••* We have installed Ja new patented machine that sews on soles. Old fashioned tacks no longer necessary. No advance in prices. Give us a trial. All Work Guaranteed Theo P. Witt Shoe Repair Shop 210 South Main I Saenger Contest on Its Last Week . ! Final Count for Hollywood Trip to Be Made Mon- i day, August 13 The Saenger-Holywood Tour Contest enters upon its final week and all contestants will be working 24 hours a day from now on. One thing that must be remembered is that all tickets sold by the five remaining young women will not be good after Saturday night, August 11. The standing at the end of the fifth week as tabulated by the Saneger manager and Walter Hussman of the Star, and re-checked by A. E. Stone- guist, manager of the J. C. Penney store, Friday morning, shows the final results to date: 1. No. 6 Miss Evelyn Simpson....41,710 2. No. 10 Mrs. Oliver Williams....41,500 3. No. 8 Pudgy Bernier 32,260 4. No. 9 Mattie Evans 28,030 5. No. 3 Crollar Walters 18,885 During the past five weeks only two days each week were contest days at the box office, but starting •this-Suhdny, when Kay Francis comes in "Dr. Monica," each day will be contest day. In other words, when buying tickets at the ticket office you may vote for your favorite on the back of. the ticket purchased at the window. ' Four prominent local people will be selected during the coming week to act as judges : for the final counting which will take place Monday, 'Aug. 13, and the winner will be announced and presented on the Saenger stage by Attorney E. F. McFaddin who will act as master of ceremonies. The girl making the trip to Hollywood will be given the choice of the best hat in the house by the L. C. Burr Co. and a beautiful pair of pumps by C. C. Lewis of the Geo. W. Rcbison Department store. I Proportionaltely a humming bird has more brains than a man; a man's brain is a thirty-fifth of his weight, while that of a humming bird is a twelfth of its weight. Synthetic dyestuffs are produced in appreciable quantities at 18 diferent establishments in Great Britain. NOTICE! 1 have moved my shoe shop to the Hope Fruit Co. Store building. All Work Guaranteed J. W. PARSONS Shoe Repair Shop Fhone 667. We call for and deliver 111 South Main Street f id* ay eat bi lir '"and' ijri, JA* H! V/^?••Mia Rjt* Oojiiud gj '" '" :i: fc - i '~ There's a Big DIFFERENCE i? between Mixing a Malted Milk and COMPOUNDING A PRESCRIPTION Yes!—we sell malted milks . . . and hire an expert fountain man to mix them. BUT that's just routine! There's nothing that's just routine about our prescription department. Expert, thoroughly experienced pharmacists exercise constant ccuticn to be U'OV'a sure- that.!'cur prescriptions are ' HOT SPRINGS, ARK HOWE HOTEL RATES—flJO to pJOO PER DAY New — Fireproof 100 Rodmt European Plan Centrally Located Corner of Central arid Canyon streets—only one block fr6m bath house row, shopping district, doctors', offices and theatres. All highways and street cars pass our doors. All outside rooms with bath toilet—lavatory—phones—fans —bed lamps. Fine furnishings and equipment. Re»*onably Priced CAFE Roof-Garden. Garage, Beauty IParlor, Barber Shop, 1 Cigar, and '.News,'Stand. ; ' Golf and Country • Clnb J.WILL HOWE President and General Manager EXTRA SPECIALS For The WEEK-END EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFFEE-Lb. lie BEANS 28 oz FLOUR •Pilisbury's Best Gold Medal Lb. SUGAR Paper Bag PbRE CANE Lb. SIlfiAR Cl; y stal OLlUxHi. m<:tfT 1 n 1 U Cloth Bag PINEAPPLE Broken Slices No. 2 Can 14c Tomato Soup CAMPBELL'S Cans TEA "Our Own" Brand Guaranteed to Please 1 Lb. 2 UPTON'S TEA—'/ 4 Pound ! 19c Sunnyfield Corn Flakfes—Small Pkg. 6c, Large 9c Ann Page 16 oz Jar Pure Fruit SNO-DRIFT, Fresh Clean Stock—3 Lbs 37c WESSON OIL—Pint Can . 19c CAMAY SOAP 0 CAKES I =16 OREO Sandwich Cookies, N. B. C.—Lb.,.. 27c BOKAR COFFEE, "Supreme"—Lb 27c RED CIRCLE COFFEE—Lb .23c GRANDMOTHER'S BREAD—16 oz Loaf 8c PAN ROLLS, DOZ....SC RAISIN BREAD, loaf .9c GRANDMOTHER'S DELICIOUS CAKES Pound OAf* Special OQ(* Special Cakes Layer Bar Rajah Salad Dressing—Pint 17c—Quart 29c Fleischmanns Yeast....3c BRILLO, 2 pkgs 17c WEEK-END PRODUCE SPECIALS CABBAGE, Firm Green—2 Lb 7c FANCY LIMES—Dozen ...lOc CALIFORNIA ORANGES— Dozen 27c CARROTS, LETTUCE, CELERY, ETC. -MEAT DEPARTMENT* Tall Korn Sliced BacoirLb 20 e Beef Roast or Steak— Ik Smoked Bacon, in piece-Lb Pork Shoulder Roast—2 Lb e Bulk Peanut Butterr-Lb lit .Uur. .EA

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