Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 17, 1934 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, August 17, 1934
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HOJt'ti STAU, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, August 17, 1934 ; ! Washington f, — Mr. and Mrs. Frank May and daugh- . * ter Reba former Washington citizens. >f now ot MemphK were visitors in the y * fcity this week. j& Mrs, E. F. Turner, Harvey t.cc Tur- II flef, and Miss Joclla Gold attended the J& funeral of Mrs. Tumor's sister, Mrs. ,T lallic Etis in Camdcn Saturday. »4' Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Trimble and son •rl David of ElDorado. and Mrs. Q. T. TT Cone of Snydcr were visitors of Mrs. ft C, M. Williams and Mrs. W. H. Etter 1 Jr. Wednesday. A special meeting of the Washing- ion Community Demonstration Club ha* been called by Miss Helen Griffin for Friday afternoon at 4:30 at the court house. All members are urged to be present in order to act upon tome important business. Little Smith Moses entertained his friends with a party at his home Monday afternoon. The occasion was the NOTICE! Have (hat old Mattress Renovated. We make them look new. Call for and deliver. Give Us A Trial Home Mattress Shop R. E. Hatchet 115 N._ Hard St. Full Pint. .. Kitchen Hand Lotion Almond Benzoin and Honey Lotion Latimer's Astringent Distilled Witch Hazel Bay Rum Your Choice 25c each B r i a n t' s Drug Store eighth birthday of Smith. Mrs. Robert Anderson of Navesink. N. ,1. Mrs. C. M. Williams of Mnlvcrn and \V. W. Nelson of Sheridan visited relatives here this week. Miss Bessie Trimble spent the day Wednesday with Mrs. Belle Norwood and Miss Kate Norwood at their home on Route 2. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Card of Hope spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Card. Mrs. Hugh Latirner of Nashville visited Mrs. Luther Smith Tuesday Mrs. Pink Horton made a business trip to to Hope Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Smith has returned to her home fater a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Luther Smith. Miss Edna Jones of Hope and Mrs. Hugh Latimer of Nashville left Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Latimer's mother in Port Arthur, Texas. Mrs. Jess Watkins, Miss June Watkins and Guy Watkins spent the week end in Buckner with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pruitt spent Wednesday in Hope. Miss Kathryn Biggs of Shrcveport is the guest of the Jasper Lively family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rowe of Tyler, Texas visited relatives here this week. Mrs. J. L. Booker is spending this week in Litlle Rock the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Taylor. Miss Imogens Robinson and Max and Billy Robinson returned Saturday from Dumas where they have been visiting relatives for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foxx and Mrs. D. Foxx of Morrilton visited the fam- | ily of M. E. Tate a few days this! week. ' The Revival meeting will be.gin atj the Baptish church the fourth Sunday of this month with the Rev Whitlow of Arkfidelphici. in charge. Everyone is invited to attend and assist with the meeting. Dr. T. J. Robinson was a business j visitor to Lewihville Monday . I Mr. and Mrs, Otis McKrright of the j How Niagara Looks After Biting Its Lip Again The [tuned Canadian Horseshoe falls o! Niagara presented a new [ace to sightseers nfier hundreds of tons of rock pitched with a deafening roar from the lip of the ct-psl In (ho portje 1BO feet below. Al the point shown in the circle, tlip water Is plnniTlim over the forlulr in HIE- new curvature formed i>y Ha- rock collapse. Hits new rrcnsslnn l>cln« nb ml inn font (limp and )fi() In 'JHO yards Ions. The i'L-tioii lliat fell extended beyond (lie llrsi notch of PIP lioncshoo from (liu Canadian aidu ami was close to l.'-'Kit Island ally nnclj cream losolher unlil light J tofinther three- limes. Cream butter and fluffy. Add CKKS, one nt a time, bttilins well afler each addition. Add chocolate and blend. Add flour, iil- lertmtely with milk, a small amount at a time. Beat after everv addition Tomorrow's Menu lirciikfast; Shredded pim-appli 1 , cereal, ereiim, crisp broiled bacon. I toast, mill;, coffee. Luncheon: Sweetbread and i-i-l- cry salad, ice-box rolls, cherry prcseives. Irisli moss puddiiiR wilh blackberries, milk, ten. Dinner:, Cold boiled toiiRue, eggplant baked en casserole, stuffed beet salad, chocolate Devil's Food cake, milk, coffer:. thoroughly, add Kitfinr gradually nnd cream together until lifihe. Add c'RR yolks, then flour alternately with milk. Heat after every addition until smooth. Add vanilla and fold in ORK whites. Bake in two greased flinch puns in moderate oven (375 den. '''•'to 30 minutes. •$24,750 Morn than 20,000 dead persons arr ricnimitrd iiv HUH county every year, according to statistics. HOT SPRINGS, ARK HOWE HOTEL RATES—£1.50 to £3.00 PER DAY New — Fireproof 100 Rooms European Plan Centrally Located Corner of Central ana Canyon streets—only one block from bath house row, shopping district, doctors' offices and theatres. All highways and street cars pass our <ioors All outside rooms with bath toilet—lavatory—phones—fans —bed lamps. Pine furnishings and equipment. Reasonably Priced CAFE Koof-Garden. Garage, Scanty Parlor, Barber Shop, Cigar and News Stand. Golf and Country Club Privileges J. WILL HOWE President and General Manager Pet or Carnation Milk—3 Tall or 6 Small 20c No. 2',j CANS 19c Steamboat Syrup GALLON 49c iOMATOES 0 No. 2 CANS Sunitest Toilet Tissue—3-1000 Sheet Rolls 17c (JREEN BEANS 0 No. 2 CANS HOC Graham Crackers—2 Ib. box 29c 1 lb. box . 17c 3pkgs. 2Sc LIPTON'S TEA SPECIAL '/4 Lb. and 1 lea Glass 21c '/;• Lb; and 2 Tea Glasses 40c 1 Lb. and 4 Tea Giassess 75c BOLOGNA 2 lb. 25c Si n EW MEAT-Pound SAUSAGE 2 !5c Bacon Squares SlIfiAIt CURKD—Ul. LOAF MEAT I'KKSH flROliND 31b. 25c Sift -nice, tender-Lb. FKANKS, large size 2 ib. BFEF ROAST Nice and Tender , 3 Ibs. 25c SLICED BACON-Lb HAMS SUliAR CUIIED Half or Whole 1 711» Center Cuts Pound I I 2V Pound HICKORY SMOKED FflYERS, dressed-Each 35c Gro, & Market Home Operated Cross Roads neighborhood were visitors in town Friday. Miss Virginia Stewart is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Prince in DC Mrs. and Miss Jeanette Prince in De- Queen this week. Miss Myra Lee Boyctt has returned from a visit to relatives .and friends in Texarkana. Weekly Sunday School Lesson Weekly Sunday School Lesson ...Text: Amos 6:1-7, 11-14 The Iiucrmuional Unhorm Sunday Scnool Lesson for August la. By VVM. E. GILROY, D. D. tdiior of Advance Beneath the sham and injustice of life, Amos saw also the evil of self- indulgence. In the seemingly prosperous society that he ooservcd as he came from ms fields and farm life, he saw not only the depth ot social corruption, but he saw also the'de- basement of individual lite and character. He perceived that the character of men and women was being corrupted by the ease and luxury that they had brought into iheir lives. He challenged the worth of much that every age has tended to call culture and refinement. He questioned what could be the real culture or refinement of a people who eared nothing for the affliction of their fellow men, and he predicted the overthrow of those who had not established their lives in strength and right and truth. He saw the great houses smitten with breaches and the little houses with clefts. He saw ruin and depression settling upon the nation that had been building a luxurious superstructure and disregarding the foundations of simple verity and right. He warned the people against their false security, and he spoke of a preparedness of a different sort, that was essential to a nation and people. He did not tell the rich to secure their ill-gotten gains, and the luxurious and cultured to defend their easy ways, by building up great armies ^o provide even heavier burdens for the tax-ridden masses. He told them that the deepest law and way of security in the life of any people was to get back to sound principles, to build individual character and social life upon integrity and fairness, man with man. G'ue can reali/(j that Amos was not a popular prophet. What scorn the sophisticated must have- had for his rough dress and his simple ways; What scorn the city has always had for the rustic iinrJ the fanner, in spite of the fact that he feeds them all! i Yet it is the man from the wilcler- > ness and the country who has come again and again to warn of clangers I and to save society, when its own ways and practices have brought up- I on it dire peril. Where is the Arnos of today? Possibly he is found in our midst, if we ' would hut give heed to him and lis- i ten to his counsels. j We may be sure that he is no more I attractive and popular than in this ancient time. We may be .sure that he has no honey words, but we may be sure, also, thnt unless wu heed his warning the forces of case and evil that have brought disaster in the past will continue their story of disaster until we establish things aright. It is interesting to observe tliut all through the pc'riocl of our recent prosperity, and tho later depression, there have been some jnen here in America who have rightly appraised the facts and who h;ivc given counsel, little as their fellow men were willing to heed. What tragedy and sadness in the lives of millions of our people might have been spared, if in our days of assumed prosperity we had been building truly and wisely and conserving the wealth of a vast country for the welfare' of (lie- whole of its people! 1 WARNING OKD1CK A. S. Williams Plaintiff vs. Lena M. Williams Defendant The Defendant, Lena M. Williams, is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. Witness my htit-.d ;,nd seal as clerk | of said court on this 3rd day of August, 1934: (Seal), DALE JONES, Clerk. Aug. 340-17-24. KITCHEN Dclcclnhlc Cake Spread With Seven Minute Frosting- Ideal for Dessert By MARY E. DAGUE NEA Service Staff Writer I suppose every family has one dessert that is greeted with shouts of glee by every member. In my own home circle that supreme eminence is occupied by chocolate cake. Whenever the spirits of anybody in the little group begin to droop—when, for instance, something's gone wrong at the office and father is getting that "this world is a pretty sad place after all" attitude, I find the best tonic is a good big dose of his favorite dessert served at the end of his favorite me;il. is accompanied by plenty of soothing talk about things he's inter•.„•!«! in. Our favorite chocolate cake is a devil's food, and instead of an icing, we prefer frosting. The secret of making a good light cake as all cooks know, is to sift the flour enough and to bent the ingredients until they at- tnin a slain of real fluffiness. Also, Unless you are an old hand at cukes, better follow directions explicitly. It is all very well for the cook who has done (he same trick hundreds of limps to go by guess, but the amateur needs rules. Cream Butter Thoroughly For my family's favorite Devil's Food (why, I wonder was such a delectable cake ever given .such a name?) you need: 1 teaspoon soda: H cup butler or other shortening; I'.'i cups brown sugar, firmly [jacked; 2 eggs or 3 egg yolks, unbeaten. 3 squares unsweetened chocolate melted. 1 cup of milk. 1 teaspoon vanilla and 2 cups sifted cake flour. j Sift flour once, measure, add soda, | and sift together three times. Cream ] buUcr thoroughly, arid sugar graclu- i I until smooth. Add vanilla. Bake in two deep greased 9-inch layer pans or three Rreiisod 8-inch layer puns in moderate oven (350 (leg. F.) twenty-' five minutes. Spread Seven Minnie FrostiiiK between layers and on top and tides of c;ilto. Double (lie recipe if you would like to make inch layers. Seven Minnie for Iho Seven Minute frnslinji, ymi need 2 egr; whites, unbeaten; ]'•• cups j tablespoons v/;\ter; Pi: lea- spoons light corn syrup; 1 teaspoon vanilla. Combine ecu whiles. _nn:;ir, water anl com ;-yrup in lop of double boiler, bcnlintf with rot.'it-y e^tf heater until thoroughly mixed. Place over rapidly boiling water, heat constantly with rotary egg beater, and cook 7 minutes or until frosting will stand in penks. Remove from boiling water. Add vanilla and bent until thick enough to spread. This inches enough frosting to cover tops and sides of I wo 9-inch layers. j The same frosting is delicious on a ! white layer cake thai is also hailed with a nood deal of interest in my j family. For this is required: 2 cups sifted cake flour; 2 tea-spoons baking powder; '- teaspoon salt; 2-',', cup but- : lor o rotlicr .shortening; 1 cup sugar; il egg yolks, well-beaten; 1-3 cup milk; 1 teaspoon vjiri'lla; ,'i egg whiles, stiff- ; ly boaton. | Sift flour together once, measure. ' add baking powder and salt and sift The Busy People's Laxative Prompt, ifulclt «elinu, thorough I't«n-«-mint, th» delicau, t««lfi(t cliKvitiR Rum l«3Uliv«, itiitj busy people exactly lor in jction don not interfere with their duties. Feen.a-mtnl contain! • li»ativ« Ingredient regularly pre. icribed by physicians because It il tale, and cltinlti to thoroughly. It conMitu no rich- nesi to upset itomarh or diet. Delay II dan. gerous, «o today nfely set hick on ichedult •nd stay there. Chtw Feen-a-mlnt. "T UlfSTSK S. ABDOMINAL SUPPORTS. ELASTIC KNEB CAPS AND, ANKLETS Cur stock is nil new and of the very latest and improved merchandise. Wo (it children as well as Krown-ups. for many years we have sold this line oC ponds and now is quite an important department in our store. This stock is carried in a separate room where our fitters can serve you without interruption. We make no charge for fittitu; and our prices will ple;tso von. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company i Mrs..: Well, al'lor all, you haven't said a single, tiling (i<i<ihtnl, electric Mi-.: I haven't said anything affain.st it 1 haven't, said anything a^ain-st caviar ovary night for dinner — if we could afford it! And anyway, with fee you never have; to worry about not having plenty when company comes. Mrs.: Well, you can make your own ice. And with one of those great I>W refrigerators you can h Mr. : Oreal. big is right! (iroaf big- electric bills and great big installment charges. And "make your own," indeed ! You can make your own shoes too. Hut isn't it always cheaper to buy ci}<'/ i/l lii n (j where; they make it in quantity and soil it in volume — from ice if) flivvers? You're money ahead every time ! Mrs. win. but you But ICE wins on MERIT as well as PRICE Air-lii/lit. »iccli(.nt.imllu ciinlc.il ciihii/r.lH proride a rl(ui!/ri-<ii<n- hi ili-tj (ih)i<inpli.(>re. Mointiire /.s- cHHc.nti.al to Imallh.. \Citli Ilic. i-on'ccl. (lc(/iec of iiifiixt/n'i! (».s- found otilij hi. moilo'ti !<•<• rc- fi'ir/cm-lioit) (ii(i<l.< <ln "°' ''''.'/ ""' '"' l>(.:c'(iill('4 liail-ttml in</. .Vcithcr d<> Ilicii l»xc llit'.ir onm iinlitnil juice,* und </tlicio/i:; I'ldt'orx .so cwiil-ittl t<> lli'ull'k ii nd lite <i piici'ite-. — Report of Rffri<j( j i'<tti(iii. /iV.svY//r/< />' n >' (.'• <i n, .V. COMMUNITY ICE &. PRODUCE COMPANY HOME ICE COMPANY SOUTHERN ICE & UTILITIES COMPANY NOTICE! 1 have moved my shoe shop to the Hope Krtiii Co. Sloic building. All Work Cimirnntcctl J. W. PARSONS Shoe Repair Shop Phone 667. We call for and deliver 111 South Main Street Juries am awarding hljth verdicts •<> r.mr* of nutomobllo personal Injury claims. It I* NOT ctpcnxho (o linvo your niitoniobilo liability I ii nil ran co *vr>Uen for na ADlv- <JUATE amount. Only n trlflo morn than In now paid for an nvcrngo policy will Incrensn your llnbllify protection by manythousands of dollars. ROV ANDERSON i CO. f COMPUTE INSURANCE SERVICE Phone 810 Hope, Arkansas ALL OVER THE WORLD BANANAS, Yellow Ripe—Pound 5c LEMONS, xtra Large—Dozen 25c LIMES, Extra Fancy—Each Ic CARROTS or BEETJS—-Bunch 5c CELERY—Nice Crisp Stalk lOc CABBAGE, Firm Crips—Lb 4c USTARD-QuartJar 10c POTATOES, Idaho Triumph—10 Lb 25c ONIONS, Yellow Globe—3 Lb lOc CHERRIES, Red Pie-No. 2 can 10c SOAP—O. K. Small Bar—2 for 5c PALMOLIVE SOAP—3 Bars 14c CORN No. •> CAN—STANDARD 2 o,,,.15c SUPER SUDS, Small—3 for 23c STRING BEANS, Avondale—Can lie TISSUE-Seminole 4 Rolls 25c POTTED MEAT, Armour's—2 Cans 5c HAM LOAF, Armour's—Can lOc DRIED BEEF, Armour's—Glass lOc JEWEL Pound 19c SPounds 55C GINGER ALE—24 02. Bottle lOc LARD—Thai Humko—8 Lb G5c BRAN FLAKES—Country Club lOc PORK & BEANS, Country Club—Can 5c KRAUT—No. 2'/ 2 Can 13c MILK, Tail—3 Cans 17o MEAL—24 Pound Sack 53c STARCH, Avalon—3 Pounds 17c APPLE SAUCE-No. 2 can 10c SUGAR, Pure Cane—10 Pounds 53c SALT, 5c size—3 Boxes lOc Quality Meats Best Grade Rib Chops, lb lOc Shoulder Roast, Ib..l0c Stew, Ib 5'/ 2 c SLICED BACON WEINERS BACON ICINIM.KSS- I'OlfNI) 19c near lined, \>-3 l.b. 1'iccus—POUND r'ancy K. C. Heef—Hound—Mi. 18k LEGS, Lb 22'/ 2 c SHOULDERS, Lb 17'/ 2 c STEW, Lb 12c Buaffalo, Cat Fish, Hens, Fryers ROAST SALT MEAT I'ANCV K. C. HKKV -1'OUND PItESll AND LEAN—POUND 121c

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