Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 11, 1934 · Page 3
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August 11,1034 ftOri STAR, fl6nfc f ARKANSAS •i Several years ago, a petrified bird's f nest, containing petrified eggs, was • found near the Grand Canyon in Ari: y.ona. The young blossoms of the lotus in India nrc Steeped in sugar water, boiled to a pnste, powdered with sugar and then left to set as a food jelly. Into your heart— SUN. & MON again conies that lovable, kissabie new baby star— SHIRLEY TEMPLE NOTE: Contest tickets NOT good after TON1TF, (Sat.) \ -With— JAMES DUNN & CLAIRE TREVOR -lu- "BABY TAKE A BOW" This little bit of Heaven-sent joy changed thoir lives from fear and sorrow to fortune nnd paradise. -SHORTS— I'oppye Carloon — News — Liltlc Jack Lltlle TONIGHT (Saturday) BIG DOUBLE SHOW EXTRA! The winner of the FREE trip to Hollywood will bi- announced and presented on the stage SUNDAY NIGHT at 9:30 by E. F. McFaddiii Master of Ceremonies TUES.-WED. 'Die dramatic, smash-hit of the year GEO. ARLISS I.ORETTA YOUNG —In— "THE HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD" SMKoIIB* To the Voters of Hempstead County I promised to serve you at a salary of $1,800 a year instead of the legal limit of $8,000— and I have kept my word. My opponent signed a pledge during the last campaign to cut his salary likewise; — lust as a matter of record he continued to draw his full pay of $250 a month until he went out of office December 31, 1932. 1 received $27,000 less road money than my opponent in his two years in office, yet I have done many times the road work he did. I am deeply grateful to you for the support given me two years ago, and I hope I have merited your confidence. I will appreciate your vote again on Tuesday, August 14. H YOUR COUNTY JUDGE oae MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 321 Drouth The thirsty flower cnn scarce lift Its head, Tho earth is baked, the Brass is dead, The sun shines hot from a cloudless sky, We feel that all tilings of beauty will die. And yet we know that the rnln will fall, The refreshing drops will cover all. We know the flower will lift its head, God's showers will fall on its thirsty bed. 'Tis so with creature here on earth, Euch life must have some burning dearth, Each heart must know some bitter pall, Must need the rain that gjaddcns all. So do not despair when your drouth nears, Have courage and faith until the rain appears; Be as brave as the flower, lift as high your head, Tho beautiful still lives although it seems dead. Mrs. Hugh Smith, Hope, Ark. The different circles of the Womans Auxllary of the First Presbyterian church wil meet Monday afternoon as follows: Circle No. 1 with Mrs. Frank Ward and Miss Lucy Hanna on North Elm street; Circle No. 2 with Mrs Carter Johnson on East Second street; Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Mack Stuart, South Greening street; Circle No. 4 with Mrs. Bonnie Shipp on East Second street and Circle No. 5 wijl not Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Smythe, Mrs. Bernie Buchanan and .son Mark, left Saturday for a vacation along the Miss Kssippi coast, and New Orleans, La. William Glovor of Malvern wijl spend the week end with Mrs. Glover i.l the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey. McRae. Miss Mary Alice Wepford, who has been the guest of Mrs. R. V. Herndon for the past week, has retiu-ned to her home in Nashville. Mrs. R. D. Franklin entertained at a picture show party at the Saenger Thursday afternoon for the pleasure ot Miss Mary Culvert Franklin of Gallatin, Tcnn and Miss Mary Alice Wepford of Nashville. Following the show the guests were invited to the Franklin apartment on South Main street wehre the hostss served a most tempting saial and ice course to ten of the younger crowd. Mrs. S. G. Norton will spend the week end in Morrillon and Little Rock Mrs. J. B. Shults of Fulton and Mrs. Mattie Greer of Lewisville were among the out of town patrons seeing Will Rogers at the Saenger Friday night. o In celebration of her sister Miss Bobbie's birthday anniversary, Mis; Jewell McCuJley entertained most de. lightfully on Friday eevning at hei homo on South Main street. Following the cutting of the birthday cake which was served with fruit punch, ice cole watermelon was enjoyed under the the grape arbor by obout 20 young friends. The honoree received a num ber'of useful and beautiful gifts, the week end with relatives in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, who have been the guests of Mrs. Clark'b mother, Mrs. Sue S. Wilson in the Gillespie home for the past week have returned to their home in ElPaso, Tex. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Allison have returned from a week's vacation trip with relatives in Conway and Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Oliver announce the arrival of a little daughter, Lida Carolyn, Saturday, August 4, at their home on North Elm street. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cox wil have as week end guest, Mrs. W. H. Brahamy of Port Huron, Mich. The Clara Lowthorp chapter of the C of C will hold their August meeting Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp on South Elm street. All members are urged lobe present and all eligible children between infancy and 21 are cordially invited. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "God's Desire For Us," will be the subject of the sermon at the morning service at 10:55 o'clock. Mrs. Routoii will be nt the organ and the choir will sing on anthem, "Sing and Rejoice." The evening service will be on the church lawn. The service begins at 8 o'clock. Tho subject of the pastor's sermon will be "With Or Without." The church school meets at 9:45 o'clock. The young people's groups meet at ':15 o'clock. DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phono 252 NOTICE! Have that old Mattress Renovated. We make them look new. Call for and deliver. Give Us A Trial Home Mattress Shop R. E. llutcher 115 N. Hazel St. NOTICE! I have moved my shoe shop to the Hope Fruit Co. Store building. All Work Guaranteed J. W. PARSONS Shoe Repair Shop Phone GG7. We call for and deliver 111 South Main Street * SALE * COOL Summer Wash Dresses 95c Ladies Specialty Shop "Exclusive But Not Expensive" OUR LADY OF GOOD HOPE 12th Sunday After Pentecost 9:30—Study "Our Sunday Visitor." 10:00—Sunday Prayers. 10:30—Bible Stories., Next Wednesday, the 15th, :i holy- day of obligation, Feast oC the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at 7; and evening devotio'ns at 7:30. CHURCH OF CHRIST Famed Director Is Dead by Own Hand Hill Directed "Big House," "Mm and Bill," "Hell Divers" SANTA MONICA, Calif. -(/p)_Tho unclad body of George William Hill, 39, director of many motion picture films, was found in the bedroom of his bench home here Friday by his valet. Police say it was a case of suicide, probably because of ill ealth. There was n bullet wound in his tcmp]e and a hole in the ceiling torn by the lead slug from a pistol. Investigators said the director had fired the gun into the ceiling first to test it before shooting himself. The director, former husband of Francos Marion, scenarist, recently returned from China, where he filmed background scenes for "The Good Earth." He was to complete the picture here. Among his productions were "Get Your Man, "While the Devil Laughs," 'The Hill Billy," "The Barrier," "Zander the Groat," "The Midnight Express," "The Foolish Virgin,""Through the Dark," "The Limited Mail," 'The Callahans and the Murphys," "Buttons," "The Cosacks," "Big House," 'Flying Fleet,' "Min and Bill," ''The Secret Six," and "Hell Divers." First Bale Taken to Hempstead Gin J. N. Landes Cotton Received at Garrett's Gin Saturday The first bale of cotton to be ginned in Hempslead county from the 1934 crop was turned out Saturday by Gar. re It's gin. located in Hope. The bale weighed 485 pousds and was grown by J. N. Landes who resides on the Hope-Lewisvillc road just over the Hompstead line in LaFayette county. The bale remained in the gin yard Saturday unsold, awaiting gin allotment tags. This country's oldest road is situated near El Paso, Texas, and is now known as U. S. Route G2 and U. S. Route 80. It is about GOOO years old. There are more different kinds of freshwater fish in the state of Illinois than there are in all of Europe. Pipe, Valves & Fittings Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Appliances Phone 259 Sunday school 'work begins nt 10 o'clock. Regular preaching services at 11. The subject will be a continuation of last Sunday night's sermon, "Tho Church That Jesus Built." Evening services will begin at. 8 \ o'clock. The subject will be, "Be-| holding the Christ." We extend to you a special invitation to attend these services. Reserve Board to Get Utah Leader M. S. Eccles, Long-Term- Credit Man, May Succeed Black WASHINGTON — (#>)- Tho possibility that President Roosevelt inay- elevate a protoge of Prof. Rexford G. Tugwell, to governorship of the Federal Reserve Board, loomed Friday. Marriner S. Eccles, young Utah banker, brought in.to the New Deal as assistant to the Secretary' of the Treasury of Prof. Tugwell's recommendation, is said to be the leading candidate for the post at the head of the federal banking system. Two vacancies on the reserve board are to be filled by President Roosevelt. Governor Eugene R. Black, now head of the Reserve Board, is anxious to retire, and the term of Alolph G. Miller, a member of the original Reserve Board, expired Thursday. Eccles, whose home is in Ogden, Ut., comes from the same Federal Reserve! district as Miller, observers said. It is] considered likely that President Roos e - j velt may drop Miller, substitute Eccles, as the board member representing the j Twelfth Reserve district, and raise the latter to the governorhip of the board. There is the outside possibility, however, that the president may persuade Governor Black not to resign from the j board. Black has been insistent for some time that the White House allow him to return to his former post as governor of the Atlanta (Ga.) Federal Reserve bank. He is expected to renew this request as soon as he is given an appointment with the president. An apostle of easy, long-term credit, at low interest rates, Eccles personifies ! the drive to expand comercial credit.' Although young he has had wide experience as a banker and businessman in Utah. New Liberty Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hamilton have moved to Boughton where they will teach the next term of school. H. O. Almond is teaching a singing school at New Liberty school house. It strated last Monday and will run for 15 days. Joe Hamilton visited with homefolk Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Hamilton and .•,ons James and Carl visited at Boughton Tuesday. Mr. Sallie Lemley of Texarkana vi- iled friends and relative here lat week. Mr. and Mr. Hinton Bright and J. D. Crow and daughter Marjorie were dinner guests at Dock Hamilton's Sunday. The New Liberty meeting closed Sunday with four additions to the church. Brs. Chris. Barham was a Saturday night visitor of J. J. Crider. G. F. Langston is rebuilding his tenant house. Prayer meeting was held at the home of J. D. Langston Thursday afternoon. Bells Chapel Bro. Fresch closed a 10-day revival at this place Sunday night, with bevcn new additions to the church.! The people gave u liberal offering every night. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Foster of Rosston spent Sunday night with Mrs. Foster's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. . A. Cullins. ! Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Honca unit : family of Pruscott spent Sunday will': Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bonds. ! Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Holt spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. W.' Cullins. i W. A. LEWIS for Sheriff The future actions of men are judged by their past performances. The office of Sheriff is the most important office in the County. The candidate we elect to that office should be of unquestionable character. He should be selected strictly upon qualification' and not upon campaign promises. The safety of our homes and the privilege of safe driving on our highways depend wholly upon a Sheriff who is sympathetic toward law enforce' ment. W. A. Lewis fills all the qualifactions. • He can win in the run off primary. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiimiimi This advertisement is published and paid for by his friends. John Ridgdill Kept Faith with the taxpayers of Hempstead County He took a reduction in salary in ac* cordance with the Taxpayers' Lea* gue resolution; thereby keeping in line with private business whose em- ployes took salary reductions on account of depressed conditions of the country. If elected as your County Clerk, I will again abide by the decision of the Taxpayers' League. Every property owner in Hempstead County is familiar with the service that has been rendered during the time John Ridgdill has been your Tax Assessor. Such service deserves promotion. He will give you the same service as County Clerk, Vote for John W. Ridgdill For County & Probate Clerk vfcl >& 1 £m 4 "13 Are You Familiar With This Man's Platform? WE URGE EVERY CITIZEN TO HEAR HIM AT 8 P. M., Monday, August 13th ON THE CITY HALL LAWN AT HOPE ON- 1. Increasing the Inheritance tax rate. 2- Materially increasing the income tax rate on all incomes in excess of $50,000.00. 3. Paying the Soldiers' Bonus. 4. Prompt and fair treatment to all WAR VETERANS. 5. An Old-Age Pension law. 6. Taxing all Government Securities. 7. Any law that will bring about a redistribution of the buying power of the world thereby enabling the industrial worker to purchase the product of the farmer's toil, and the farmer to purchase the products of the industrial worker's toil, without which permanent recovery cannot be had. IF YOU BELIEVE THAT THE GOVERNMENT WAS FOUNDED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE- THEN GO TO THE POLLS TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, AND VOTE FOR W. S. ATKINS FOR CONGRESS Published and Paid for by Friends of W. S. Atkins

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