Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 16, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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uat 16,' 1934 MRB. SID HENRY ocietdj NRY I[||||I TELEPHONE 321 The Soli* bmeone wrote n song of JOVP. bon n- mountain peak. i bird nbove the pages thorp, t blue nnd golden streak, fnd glanced nncl printed on his soul lie words without n tone. Jod's creature felt the strength of joy aid iniide the tune his own; Jhen us the envoy raised his heml Tie waves consumed his plea. Drifting through the room lodny, "he seance come to me.. . Mndge Schoolcy, Hope, Ark. i' Mis-? Cnroiyn Hamilton will spend i DIP next 10 days visiting with her ^Jfrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Bayless in Gurdon. i MrT tt; a Franklin, Mrs. R. D. Herndon and guest, Mrs. J. G. McCoy of Little Rock were Wednesday visl- ors in Toxnrkana Mr. and Mrs. R, T. While nncl daughtor, Mrs. Jtick Stewart, left on rThuisday morning for a visit with friends nnd roliitivcs in Tennessee jjomts - o Mis K. Q. Hamilton left Wednesday h '"|or a visit in Los Angeles, Calif., and- thei points of interest in the west. '•** Owing io the continued extremely *,hot wenthcr, there will be no August fleeting! o f (lie Hope Garden Club, the. ^September meeting' will be announced <latu through this column. Booster Club of Ihe Internie- e No. 1 B.Y.P.U, of the First Bnp- church wil hnve its annual picnic While you're waiting for the good old cool fall days, you'll find it lornfortnble NOW at the NOW One of HIP most lovely in — A tensely dramatic revelation of modern love and marriage! stars Paramount News Events Cartoon "Wise Little Hen" Paramount Pictorial Coming SUN. KING CROSBY "SlfE LOVES i\IE NOT" party, at 7:30 Fridny night at the parsonage on South Main struct instead of Saturday night as was previously announced. ——o Little Miss Mnry Loo Anderson of Athens, Texas is thp guest of her gand mother, Mrs. J. W. Anderson. Mrs. Ross R. Gillespie and sister Mrs. Sue S. Wilson were Wednesday visitor. 1 ! in Little RocK. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ward have returned from a week's outing in the Ozark mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mann have as guests, Mrs. T, J, Crane of Buckner, Ark., und Mr* Barbara Mnrli/i of Little Rock. Miss Vera Thompson of St. Louis arrived Thursday for a few days visit wild Mrs. Johnny McCube. Mrs. Alice McMath, who has spent the past six months with her son Sam McMath in Binbeo, Ariz., is expected to arrive home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Anderson and daughter Ann of Little Rock were Wcdhesday night guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Anderson. .The Pre-Sehool Study Group held thoir regular meeting at 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon at (he home of Mrs. Eugene White on East Second street with 10 members responding, to the roll call. A short business period was conducted by the leader, Mrs, Jesse Brown followed by u round table discusion led by Mrs. White. Miss Jean Young bus returned from a months visit with relatives and friends in Little Rock and ElDorado. Mrs. James L. Jamison has returned from a few days visit with relatives in Little Rock. Mrs. R. L. Hamilton and daughter, Miss Nell Hamilton of Wesson, Miss., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carlton, East Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Thorp Ifunnington arid two children of Hazelhurst, Miss., are also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton. The regular meeting of the Hope Chapter 328 O. E. S. will be held Thursday, night at the lodge-hall. All members are urged to be present. WASHOUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Back Pep . . . Vigor ... Vitality Medical authorities! agree that your kid. neys contain 1C MILES of tiny tubes ot filtcri which help to purify the blood and keup you healthy. If you have trouble with too frequent bladder passages with scanty amount caus. Inif burning and discomfort, the 1C. MILE8 ol kidney tube* need washing out This dan. ger signal may be the beginning of nagging backache, lee^ains, loss of pep and vitality, getting up nights; lumbaeo, swollen feet and ankle*, rheumatic pains and dizziness, I r kidneys don't empty S pints every da] and set iid'of'4 pounds of waste matter, your body-will take up these poisons causina s«rlon» trouble. It may knock you out anii lay you up for many months. Don't wait, Ask your druggist for DOAN'S PILLS . ., a doctor a prescription . . . which has been wed successfully by millions of kidney suf. lerers for over 40 ycnrs. They give quicb «t l i l! wo n< l.i^ l J 1 ' help i to wash out tbe 1! MILES of kidney tubes. But don't take chances with strong drug) or so-called "kidney cures" that claim to fu you up in IB minutes,for they may serious]j Injure and Irritate delicate tissues. Insist on DOAN'S PILLS . . . the old reliable re. lief that contain no "dope" or hablt-forminii drugs. Be sure you get DOAN'S PILLS •t your Uruariit O 1934. FostM-Ullfautn c2 Fugitive Convicts on Wild Joy Ride .3 Escaped Prisoners Believed in Hugo-Nashville Episode HUGO. Okla.—(/P)—Three men involved in a wild ride in this area were believed Wednesday by Hugo officials to be fugitives from the Arkansas prison farm at Tucker. Chief of Police Clyde Pitts said descriptions given him by the two girls who accompanied the men on part of their ride tallied with those of a trio who fled the prison farm on August 12. The girls were let out of the car near hero Wednesday and told officers they had ridden with the men to Nashville, Ark. and back. They said one of the three men was pushed out of (he car by tho others when he became unruly and flourished a pistol. Police believe this was the man who reported here Tuesday that' ho was robbed of his cnr, giving a Texarkana, (Ark), name and address, later ofund to be false. He could not be found Wednesday. The girls, Ruby Martin and Margaret Smith, said they persuaded the men to let them go after they had shown them an Arkansas newspaper with an account of the Tucker escapes. The Martin woman's five-year-old son was with (hem during the ride Hugo officers were informed the three who escaped from Tucker farm were Fendley Sullcrficld, Buster Yates and Curley Smith. Tho officers believe Satlerfield is the man who made the report here. St, Mftrk'si Service on Thursday Night Tho Rov. C, C. Burke will preach at St. Marks Episcopal church at 8 o'clock -Thursday night. Holy commun* will be observed nt 7 o'clock Friday morning. Tin? public is cordially invil ed. LAWYER IS BEATEN (Continued from Page One) the sale following the attack, said that VV'uiigli had told him that he cound not identify the men responsible for the beating, andtha t no arrcyts had been beating land that no arrests had been men were in or around the courthouse at the time of the assault. The tax sale disposed of the 13 farms for about onu-lonth of thoir value, the sheriff explained. One 400-acre tract was bid in at $18.50. Sale prices'adhere closely to the costs in each case. Waugh, telling of the attack,, said he was in the sheriff's offie on the first floor of the courthouse when the officer left to open Circuit Court in a room on the third floor. Later when Waugh sought to follow the sheriff, he said he was accosted by several men in the hallway. "If you go on with this you are going to get the beat out of ( you," he said he was told after he- admittod he intended to bid 'on the property at the tax .sale. A moment later the lawyer said, several men seized him and beat him unconscious. Both eyes were discol-1 ored. The victim's shirt wus torn from! his buck nnd several gashes were cut! in his head. Etodcaw No, 1 Mrs. Elberl Galloway and son Roycn have returned to their homo in Stamps after a few days visit with relatives at this place. Mrfl. M.- A. Goynp.s is visiting her children here, Mr. and Mrs. D; B, Bailey and daughter Nellie .lean spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fuller of noar Hopo. Miss Bobbie Nell Martinis attending singing school- at. Prescott. Mr. and. Mrs. Gilbert Fuller and family have returned to thoir homo after a few days visit with relatives in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fuller were called to* attend the bedside of her brc.i 1 - tr, Gcorga Galloway of Stamps, who is very siuk. Mr. and Mrs. Joo England spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mitchell. i Earl Booth Jr., of Little Rock is- visiting his aunt, Mrs. G. E. Fuller mid family of this place. Texarkana Sunday Biroken Bow to Meet Local Oil Company Team Here Sunday The Storks will meet the Texarknna Tiremen Sunday afternoon in a double-header 16 be played nt Texarkana. No pitching selections had been made Thursday. Hope fans will be provided with a panic here Siinday between Broken Bow, Okla,, and a local oil company team. The local line-up was'announced as: DcHann, C ; C. S'chbojby, p; Ramsay, Ibj Urban, 2b; Dugan, ss, Wiley, ..b; Purtell, If; Robins; cf; and Messer, rf. frank Shipley will be the starting pitcher for Broken Bow. The game starts at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. DianaWynyard m "One More River" At Saenger Thursday and Friday in Galsworthy's Story Few screen players who ever came to Hollywood have registered such an immediate impression on the film moguls as did Diana Wynyard, previously popular on the English stagft, Ehe had hardly arrived in the film capital, it seemed, when she was presented in featured roles in "Cavalcade 1 ' "Rasputin and the Empress," and "Reunion in Vienna," three pictures of rare importance. The Barrymores pronounced tier (he find of the year, and motion picture producers apparently agreed with them most enthusiastically. But the finest work of her career Almost everyono around here is through with the pench crop at this time. Some of the young people of the neighborhood attended the ball game at Bclton Sunday. Miss Hopie Owons, who is' in the Julia Chester hospital in Hope, seems to be improved' at this' time it is reported. The revival will begin at the Methodist church here Friday night and everyone is invited to attend. We have some whooping cough in our neighborhood at this time. T. W. Stravvn and family visited relatives at Avery's Chupcl Sunday. There were 7.434 outdoor playgrounds in the United Stales at the end of 1933. excluding baseball diamonds and bathing beaches. Everyman's Bible Glass Meets Friday The Everyman's Bible class of the First Christian church will, hold it," mdnthly business meet"ing\at the hotne of C, S, Lowthorp South Elm street. Iced watermelon will be served. The ion will be observed at To'elock Friday attend. Every member of the class is urged to be present. A singing school program will be presented Friday night at Bethlehem, 12 miles south of Hope, on the Lewis- Ville road. Only 94 Englishmen have an income of more than 55011.000 a year; 89,790 earn more than $10,000 a year, however. Explains fully the marvelous WillardTreatment which has brought amazing relief to thousands everywhere. Willard'8 i§ designed for relief of Stomach or Duodenal Itlaert, Poor Digestion,AcidDytpfpita, Sour or Upsit Stomach, Caasinett, Bloating', Heartburn, Conttipation t Bad Brea th, Sltepkstnett, PoorAppetitr, Headaches, due to Ex>ct**~Actd. Ask about Willard'* 15-Day Trial Offer. WARD & SON is seen- in. "One, Mora- River," the drama in which she is seen in the starring. r*1e and now showing at the Saengar. Her classic English beauty and .he* gfent drematiir talent are ideal in this pioturizatfofr of the novel, by John Galsworthy. She seemg made for the part. The birch tree bug of the,Britith, Isles watches over its eggs until hatch and then covers tHeith'as A covers her chicks. There are 85 seminaries-of ter. Day Saints' Church in five wait- em states. Free Movfe Star Photograph Please listen in on Radio Station KLRA. Little Rock at ft: 15 p. m. Friday 17th. SummerfieKMce Greantprogram-will give name of the beautiful Free- Movie-Photo, which wilf bfc 1 given, for merely having your name'atttt address) Saturday, or SUnday at— Drug Store No Obligation Whatsoever. -'S im n m GENERATION Juries ore awarding' liigli verdicts in cases of automobile personal injury claims. . It IB NOT expensive to have your automobile liability insurance •written for an ADEQUATE amount. Only a trifle more than Is now paid for an averago policy will iucreuso your liability protection bymanythousands of dollars. Phone-810 Hope, /Arkansas J« A. Hnynen 810 Sb. William • St;,' Gbldtboroi 2V. C. Gotdsbwo, N: c., January 29; 1913. Dr. J, C. Mendenllall, EvnnB- •vllle,, Imdv Pl««se>sendvsix bottles Malaria ChilU and Fever Tonic, C.O.B. I.'. aud- f ik BO- useful, uud, a Rood tonic for my children, I'used' it all the tlmo when 1 liv.ed In Louisiana, and iim anxious.to get 'it ngiiin. Mrs. ,1. A. Hfiyfles, 310 ',So. William St. Ooldsboro, N. d., December .S, 1!W2. 13r. J. C. Me'ri- dculiiill. Carolina Hotel; Raleigh) X. C. In reply to your letter 6f, tl)w flfrh. will state that I. used your Chill Tonic whnn my children; .wore small, over twenty years) agp whc'ii we lived in Louisiana. I him- live sr.'iiidi-Iilldren. ami wfe R!VI» thorn MrmlenlinllV f6r Con.- Mipntirin, Maim-in,, (."hilte andi Foyer. Colds, uiiti (Viughs- due-to Colds, and they need no other): .'medicine, ilrs. J. A. llaynes. NOTE: We make MendenhalVs; Malaria riiill ami Fevi>r Tonic 1m •two. forms — \villi and without arsenic*. Ay to ill'-? value off our- C'hlll Tonic with arsenic, we quote- from Die IT. K. Dispensatory: {"Arsenic is the inont' successful!' ent in the treatment of chronic; [malaria, malarial' m- liilious 'fever. Intermittent fewr or chills, brow- ague, hoadnchn, neuralgia, or rheumatism cine to niah'.rta or- g-^n^r-ai had health. It. invronseF the appe- tltf and rUg-e?>tioii, weight and! 'Ftretifrth of the patient, and has* great power to improve the. condition of the blood. It Is one Qtf the few sul.HtanceK which deser.v*~- (lie name of a g-eneral tonic." v Made by J. C. Mendenhall Medl. cJne-fo., Evansville, Indiana* V : r ^ ^ Grocers Win Two Softball Games Thank You I wish to thank the citizens of Hempstead county for the support given me in Tuesday's election. Further, I wish to congratulate our new County Clerk, Ray McDowell. John Ridgdill Hobbs' and "M" System Score Victories Wednesday HCbbs Grocery and "M" System were victors in Softball played Wednesday night ;it the hiyh school ath- eltic field. Tho results: Hobbs Grocery 14; Boy Scouts 11. "M" System 19; MelhodUt church li. A dotibulc-huadci* is scheduled for [ ThiirsoHj 1 night. OppoHng teams will be: Julia Chester Hospitn! vs. Hope Water and Light Plant and the Grease Monkeys (Hope auto mechanics) and the Hope. Basket factory. Tho fir.st game will start at 7:45. STANDINGS An Appreciation ! I extend my heartfelt thanks to those citizens of the five counties that were responsible for the substantial lead me in Tuesday's election. Steve Carrigan Candidate For Prosecuting Attorney Southern Association Clubs— Won Lost New Orleans 3<1 12 Chattanooga 2") 17 Naslwillo 22 23 Memphis 24 2f> Knoxville 1!) 2Ii Atlanta 21 27 Birmingham 18 2(i Little Rock 17 27 School Shirts Work type shirts for boys, at a price that may never come again. Size 6 to 14. Ea. Clubs- Nuw York ... Chicago St. Louis Boston Pittsburgh ... Brooklyn Philadelphia Cincinnati National League Won Lost 71 CG Gil 55 , r >4 4li 44 41 44 4C 54 55 Ii2 U4 72 American League Detroit 7:! New York 07 Cleveland 5S Boston GO Washington 49 St. Louis 47 Philadelphia 44 Chicago U8 Pet. .739 .595 .48!) .490 i .452 | .438 ! .40!) i Pet. .634 .CM'; .578 .505 .495 .420 .407 .351 .(JU'J i .542' .531 ,154 .443 ' .419 ! .1139 ; WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Southern Assncntion Little Rock 1, Nashville 0. Birmingham 8, Chattanooga 0. Memphis 4. Atlanta 3. New Orleans 4, Knoxvillc 1. National League New York 5-3, Pittsburgh 4-4. Brooklyn 5-7, Cincinnati 7-4. Boston-Chicago, rain. Philadelphia-St. Louis, rain. American League Chicago 4-1, Philadelphia 7-2. New York 8, Detroit 2. Boston 0. St. Louis 2. Cleveland-Washington, rain. Dress Shirts For Boys Good Patterns, plenty of new colors, and you'll marvel at the quality. Shirts & Shorts Combination Matched Sets of Men's Underwear "Big Mac" Overalls "Will Not Shrink" P e n n e y's f a m o u s Overall now at a real low price. Pr. Playsuits For Children 2 to 8 Ideal for School Ea. Cotton Sox For Men Solid Colors All sizes Pr. Warning! Up Goes Cotton! Drouth> crop shortage, inflation talk and such has- caused cotton to advance. Penney's have a large stock of seasonable merchandise purchased early. And our policy is to pass these savings on to 6tlr customers. Come in and see our bargains. Summer Sheers F««* We have just received 1,500 yards of close out sheers. They are wonderful quality. You can buy these now at less than, half the original price. Buy now and save. Your choice- of sheers- 10 C Yd. Boys' Overalls Oxhide In Blues or Stripes , Sizes 2to 16 . 59c Pr. Cotton Duck 8 oz. Grade A We have pdenty for everybody 16 C Yd. 8-Oz. Feather Ticking Feather proof ticking 32-inches. wide. Nation-Wide Sheets 81 x 99 Our famous 3 year wash tested sheet. - i Luncheon Cloths Part Linen 45 x 45 Be sure to see them. Ea. What a Buy! 25 Yd. "Rondo Cambric 97 PENNEY'S famous Rondo Cambric in all colors—stripes, checks, fancies. A large assortment of Pall Prints. Awaits Your Selection ^ gfo Belle Isle Domestic 40-in. 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