Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 30, 1937 · Page 3
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Thursday. September 30, 1937 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE TUBE! crcleixr MRS. SID HENKY TELEPHONE 821 E 821' ~\Jr My Creed To live as gently us I cmi; To be, no matter where, a man; To take what comes of good or ill And cling lo faith and honor still; To do my best and let it stand The record ot my brain nnd hand; And then, should failure come to me Still work and hope for victory. To leave some simple mark behind To keep my having lived in mind; If emnity to aught I show, To be an honest, generous foe; To play my little part, not whine That greater honors are not mine. This I believe, is all I need For mv philosophy and creed. —E. A. G. The cemetery association will meet nt 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the First Methodist church. All members urged to attend as important business is to come before the meeting. -0- D. M. Citty and W. D. Jones, Jr., of Ozmi were business visitors lo HOIJC Wednesday. _O- Thc following item from the Pike County Courier, Murfrecsboro. will be of interest to the many friends of Mrs. Anthony who will bo remembered as Miss Willie Blanche Henry. A very lovely shower was given at the home of Mrs. Graydon Anthony last Friday afternoon with Mrs. E. J. Babbitt and Miss Lorainc Watson as associate hostesses, honoring Mrs. Horace Anthony who ha:; recently moved into her new home 1 on Kelly street. The Anthony homo was beautifully decorated with full flowers and the following program was rendered: Solo, Mrs. Clarence Anthony. Duet, Mrs. Clarence Anthony and Miss' Emily Ruth Alfurd. Reading. Miss Emily Rulh Alford. Tap dance, Miss Loraine Maroon. Solo, Little' Mi.ss Clarinc Kclley. Out of town guests included: STARTING SUNDAY N O W Entertainment . . . with a capital "E"'. DICK POWELL with Fred Waring and his hand in— "VARSITY SHOW" Mrs. Otis Parker, Miss Lena Henry, Mrs. W. H. Allen nnd Mrs. Henry Fenwick of Hope; Mrs. Alvis Stokes, Delight; Mrs. Joe Cooley and Mrs. Hiram Wilson of Highland. -O- For your information and pleasure we list below ten of the newest books offered by the Hope Library and urge you to pay up your membership if you have not clone so already and enjoy Ihe pleasure found only in good reading: "Gone With the Wind," Margaret Mitchell; "White Banners," Lloyd C. Douglas; "The Sound "of Running Feet," Josephine Fletcher; "Little Dixie Devil." Bernic Bnbcock; "If I Had Four Apples." Josephine Lawrence; "White Orchids," Grace Livingston Hill; "Book of Marvels," Richard Halliburton: "Blood on the Yukon Trail," James B. Hcndrix; "The Tapestry Room Murder," Carolyn Wells; Yellow Munro," Gerard Fairlie. Library schedule: Open all week from 9 to 5 ('clock; Saturday open from 0 to 12 o'clock. -OA large number of members and guests attended the fellowship dinner of the Business nnd Professional Women's Club Tuesday evening at Hotel Grim, when several Hope club members were present. Fink radiance roses in silver containers were used on each table, where cocrs were laid for fourv guests. Hostesses for the occasion were Miss Annie Mae Kennedy, Miss Pi;url McKeo, Miss Nettie Brictx. Mrs. A. R. Hack, Miss Margie Kirby. Miss Mary Belle Gar- rctt, Mrs. S. R. Baxter, and Miss Tumie While. Mrs. Floyd CarpenU-r directed a brief business session and announced an executive board mooting to be held October 8 at her home. Miss Margaret Hemphill and Mrs. A. R. McKinncy of the Arkansas Methodist church asked the co-opuralion of the club in securing Ihe proposed negro library here and explained the work that had already been accomplished. During the social hour, two beautiful violin numbers were played by Mrs. Philip King Alston, accompanied by Mi.ss Ann Ahcrn. Games were enjoyed in which prizes were given to Miss Mary Arnold of Hope for highest score and Mi.ss Mury Kclpen for consolation. Hope members present were Miss Melba Bullington, Miss Mary Arnold, Miss Maud Lipscumb, Mi.ss Jean Lassi tor. and Miss Hicks. Guests of club inembfM's were Mrs. Lucille JLpiiin. Miss Ailccn Campbell, Misses Bertha and Marcc-il Ames, and Mrs, Mary Ellyson.—Texarkana Gazette. If war. a.s .some claim, unifies a people's philosophy, then all should be Confucian in China. Attendants Gowned in Autumn Hues Make October Bride's Big Day Colorful One */ * By MAtltAN VOUNCJ NEA Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—In a gown of gleaming white satin (molrc, taffeta, faille and velvet nre happy alternatives) and with attendants in autumn-leaf colored drosses, cut from the pattern of the bridnl gown itself, this year's October bride can have a veritable "picture book' wedding. Very young, petite brides are choosing princess gowns with short puff sleeves and "sweetheart" necklines. For taller girls, the doublc-waisted silhouette is popular, often accomplished with two bands of satin, one around the normal waistline, the other low about the hips. And the Merry Widow Walt?., Directoire, Moyenagc and draped are other popular silhouettes. It's a year to pick rich autumn leaf greens, golds, yellows, browns and orange for bridesmaids' dresses. These harmonize beautifully with fall bouquets of chrysanthemums, dahlias, oak leaves and such. Look lo Finished Picture "Every bride should plan her wedding with one eye firmly on the finished picture," says Leonore Ormsby, Ajnerican designer of brinay attire. "Let her ask herself how this color next to that will appear from the back pew when the party is assembled about the altar, whether certain flow- 0 FOLKS —in town nnd In the country, don't miss this big double show— SATURDAY C'aitiKin & Serial Sunday, Monday nnd Tuesday, twice daily, t'lark (iahle and I'lms. Laughltin in "Mutiny on the Homily"— —the return of Sworn Enemy Sunday Clark Gable Myrna Loy William Powell MANHATTAN MELODRAMA Remember Tonight's Family Night. All in one family up to five will he admitted for JEAN HARLOW "SUZY" Fri. Sat. HOOT GIBSON "Sunset Range" Buck Jones Serial —and— DON TERRY in "DANGEROUS ADVENTURES" FKI. & SAT. LEWIS vs. F AR R IMCTUKES On ami After October 1 We Will Be On a Strictly Cash and Carry Basis \\ '• u ill .j|i|if • < i.ti< \ .MM I'll -UK' .s .11 ill u ill t ml) ,t\ oi iii «i\i' si-1 \ ice .UK I ^1JH it -u \\ nl I, Mt.iM-.ll! j) 111 (•(( U il li 111 11 11,1 lit \ ill lit, I It'(I it Is. J. 1.. KYZAR, of SiH'evvport. I.a. \\ ill li, U III, I • \i,-'l" \ll • . I '. 1' I •' . Ull. The baby bonnet of metal brocade would be flattering to almost any October bride. Notice the short face veil and the waist length veil at the back. The fine braiding is of sheerest tulle. crs will look too bulky in the maid's arms, and so on. I like bridesmaids in autumn leaf nnd jewel tones for fall weddings. The pastel tones are best for June and summer weddings." This year, Miss Ormsby has designed several interesfing bridal headdresses —some of which are amusing little baby bonnets with tulle dripping down from the back. One is a copy of a child's sunbonnet with tulle veilini coming out of the peak of the bonnet and flowing to the waistline at the back. Another interesting contribution to more beautiful weddings is Miss Ormsby's velvet prayerbook from which white ribbons hang. These are knotted, and tiny lily of the valley blossoms arc slipped through the knots. The Going Away Outfit For her goin^-nway outfit, the fall —From Saks Fifth Avenue, New York. The October brotic in Leonore Ornuby's beautiful wedding gown of glaming white satin with a quaint headdress and flowing veil of lulle is the epitome of romance. Her gown is cut on princess lines, has short, puff sleeves, n "sweetheart" neckline and sweeping train. The maid of honor (left) wears a cyclamen red red taffeta gown, cut from the same pattern as the wedding dress. The bride carries a white velvet prayer book. The attendant holds a spray of blue delphinium. [1 Tulle, shirred and wired intricately, fashions a unique sunt».n«et headdress for the October bride. The crown is peaked, nnd the tulle veil starts from there, bride picks a costume suit—a wool dress and matching jacket, lavishly trimmed with fur. It may be black with a short, boxy Persian swagger, green with a mink bolero—almost any color, but it ought to be gay and dashing and flattering and smart. A big order—but one of the newest costume suits can fill it. If the bride chooses black for >;o- icig-away, two (no more than two, however) of her accessories will be gay. Perhaps hyacinth blue or lovely red earth or forest green will strike her fancy. The silk and wool frocks in l.er trousseau will be slim and seductive—slim below the waistline, se- I duclive above. They will irnlil and | accentuate her figure. It's a season of I elegance and femininity—the newest clothes for fall and winter are as charming as a fall bride herself. The Nazis are quite calm; we don't want to do anything against anybody.—Adolf Hitler. Lose Unsightly Quickly—Safely with WATE-OFF The new improved WATE-OFF WAV makes this possible —without endangering health — without use of harmful drugs or weakening laxatives—without strenuous exercising — without starvation dieting. Go to your drug store today and purchase a box of WATIS-QFF Tablets. You've seen these tablets advertised in such fine magazines as Pictorial Review, Physical Culture and others, at $2.45. Now, at the new reduced price, they will cost you only $1.19. You take these tablets at the rate 01 from 3 to 6 a day, according to the amount ^f weight you want to lose. You tike them along with your meals and, as you will find, the WATE-OFF WAY instructs you to cat three generous, appetite-satisfying meals a day — every day. In other words, no starvation dieting is required when you follow the WATE-OFF WAY—no strenuous ex- cicibing — and above all. no dangerous drugs are used in VVATE-OFF Tablet* — none whatsoever. This j* positively guaranteed. WATK-OFF ia on sale at good drug stores L*\ ui ywhere. For Sale by JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. FKKK! Come in and K<?t chart of ideal V. t i '.III .if I, I lilO.V.lKOIIH'hl.^. At the "Varsity Show," a musical comedy along altogether new linc.s, and possessed of a sparkling cast, met with an enthusiastic reception at the Saenger theater Wednesday when il was presented fur its local premiere. A star individual—Dick Powell—and a star organization—Fred Waring mid his Pennsylvania's—ai'c tht 1 lop-liners M this melodious, laughable, fast- l.dccd tale of college life as the movie- imikers sec it—and as, doubtless, all College boys and girls wi.sli it wore. It is the tale of how the undergraduates of a little fresh-water educational institution try to put on a show under the .supervision of a dignified and gloomy professor, only lo . ualize that he's ruining it with his highbrow notions. Then they go to the city anil dig up Dick Powell, a graduate, who liy now is a successful Broadway pruducrr, and induce him to come back to school nnd supervise a real shuw. Dirk anil his partner—none other than the goofy Ted Hcaly—takc over ihc job. And after many a bailie lieiwei n the modern and old-fogey rleniein.-, in the .school, a show is nul on and wb.it a show! "Varsity Show" will .-.how again twice tonight iThursiho i ,.nd only once Friday night at H p. in Tin;, will i be on account of il'.s length and the j football game. I Washington Mr. and Mrs. Hubert T Toxarkana visited Mr. and M Gold Sunday afternoon. Mrs. I. L. I'llkinloii visited I Mrs. J. S. Conway, who is sen in a Shrevepori hospital, Sam Mrs. Cora Kpp., of Hot Sprin the week end at her faun Hope road. Mrs. C. M. Williams was a 11 itor Tuesday afternoon. Mr.S. Kathleen Merrell left to make her home with her sons. Sam uel and David in Texarkana in.-teail of Conway as was stated List week. Attorney John Vesey of Hope was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mimnic ai little daughter Betty Jo visited Mi Pink Morton and Mi.ss Ella Mom, Sunday. Friends of MIS.S Myrtle H, Hope will he mteri-steil she has accepted a position as It .H in the public school., of Atlanta (I Mrs Sam Br\anl sp,.|,i ihe v, end with friends in Nashville. Mrs. Ira I'm sons and children ton visited friends here Momh^ noon. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Shirl family and Mi.ss Lucille Mill.-. • ed to Hope Tuesday to m.,ki home. Herman h'a\ of Lmle Kn,.-k i- ing a few days ibis week uni: '. cuts. Mr. and Mrs. Zan |-fa> Miss Mattie Corry of Rjin^e-l is visiting her sister, M,s. K. li berlake. Moss Howe of Hi" .SIII-H,... Tt visiting relatives here for a few days this week. Miss Mary Levins spent the day in Hope Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John James. Mrs. Luther Smith gave a birthday dinner for her brother, S. H. Smith, on Sunday. Guests for the dinner were Mr. nnd Mrs. S. H. Smith, Samuel and Kendall mithS of Hope, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Deloncy, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Monroe and little Miss Joan Carrigan. Miss Mary Kathryn Page is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. Josephine Bass in Arkaclelphia. Miss Lottie Boyce of Bright Star is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. W. Patterson this week. Mrs. Anna Turner returned home Sunday after spending the summer with her daughters, Mrs. Autrey Young of Chicago, and Mrs. Jack Darling of: Oneida, N. Y. Mrs. J. M. May, Mrs.. E. R. Timberlake, Miss Mattie Corry, Miss Evelyn Ruth Timberlake and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Gold spent the day with relatives in Texarkana Sunday. Miss Mattie Corry remained in Texarkana for a few days visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Stanfield. Mrs. Lee Holt, Mrs. J. A. Wilson, Mrs. Lat Moses, Mrs. Evelyn Hubbard, Mrs. C. M. Williams, Mrs. W. H. Etter, and Miss Bessie Trimble attended the Group Conference at the First Presbyterian church in Hope last Thursday, ; : V.^^^v.v.^v.^v.^^^v.^v.^v.•.^v.v.•.•.•.^-.•.v.•.^^^..^v. 10VERNMENT COTTON LOANS See Us McFADDEN&OATES FRANK NOLEN AGENT ,'.V..VA«Av.V.'Av.V,':i llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllVlllllltKllltllltl Sturdy Shoes f or Fall and Winter All Black Calf, Goodyear welt, weather wear soles. Also Brown. Sizes 4 to 9, AAA to B. Friday and Saturday . La.. Tnn- WIN A FREE AIR TRIP TO HOLLYWOOD Via American Airlines YUil the Sludioi • Sec the Slur. - One Week in Hollywood An entry blank it in every beat eniwer.in the opinion Cnambly Enicmble. Write of the judge*, will receive in 25 v* ot Ji or leas whj you this marvcluua tiip »ibso- hke Chambly Toileliici. lutely FREE. Rulci arc The person aubmitting the printed on the entry blank. Tills Coupon Worth $5.52. Bring this Coupon and $1.98 and get a $7.50 complete Chambly Toiletry Set John. P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps Black suede, black tip saddle, Goodyear welt, also in Brown. Sizes <j to 9, A to C. M a r r o n a Brown Side, Brown Suede, split leather, quarter collar. Also in black. Sizes 3% to 9, A to C. Brown Elk, stitched down, chrome retan sole. Sizes 4 to 9, C last. Black and Brown Calf, lined, stitched down, a good leather sole. Sizes 4 to 9. Brown and Black Suede, a good sturdy school shoe. Size 4 to 9. $1.98 $1.98 Men's black retan tip blucher, nail black composition sole. Brown Retan, nail composition full double sole. Rubber heel. Sizes 6 to 12. Brown relan, nailed composition half double sole, whole rubber heel. Brown imbossed. split leather, nailed composition hole. $1.98 $1.69 Friedman Shelby Shoes We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store Geo, W. Robison & Co. Hope Prescott Nashville iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijuiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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