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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 18, 1934
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oae MRS. Sro HENKY TELEPHONE 821 I shnll wear Inunhtcr on my lips Thought in my heart is pain— Gods sun ix always brightest after mm, > Ishnll KO siiiRiriR down my little wny Though in ,,, y hcnri thp - (|ulv |1( . h ' 0 WOWS — Tht> SOUR birds come again after the snows. 1 shall walk enficr sill for what life holds AltlioiiRh it- seems the hard rood will not ami— One never knows tho benutv around the bond. —Selected. Mrs. to. T. Gorhnm hns returned from ji dtiliRhtfu) two week's eastern lour, visiting Memphis, Tenn. Asho- ville, N. G., Washington, D, C. Phlhi- dclphln and New York City. Mrs. C. E..Christopher was a Friday visitor in Texiirkana, Mi. and Mrs. Jim Bachelor of Shori dun were Friday nighi guests of M< and Mrs. J. R, Williams. Miss Charlotte Stuart was the Kri ilny guest of Mr. and Mrs, K, G. Me Hue en route to her home in Ho Springy from a visit with Mi-, and M>5 Jack Meek in Bradley, Miss Slunr will spend the winter with her aunt Mrs. GJennic Graham nnd Mr. Gn hum in Three Rivera. Michigan. Mrs, T. G. Wylio, Miss-Hester Wylie Mrs. John Carrinffton. Mrs. M. II Bailey and Mrs. Sidney Parker Davit of 1'rcscolt were Friday .shoppers ir the city. Mrs. J. G/. McCoy, who has been tin 'FLAPPER FANNY SAYS- AF.au ft . »»•« r\te ~" ' ' ^' NOTICE! Have that old Mnttrcss Renovated. Wa mnke tiiem look new. Call for and -deliver. Give U» A TrinJ Home Mattress Shop R. E. Hufchee 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 Phono 607. We call for and deliver 111 South Main Street Kiwanis Leader Is Guest of City Claude Faulhaber Speaks —Fred Keller, Rotary, Introduced gQpa STAR, HOPE. ARKAN3A a It's the figares that make dates. of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Herndon for the past week left Saturday morning for her home in Little Hock. Mrs. Max Cox left Saturday morning '- u six weeks visit wilh Mrs. D. H. ie.v in P,,rf Huron, Mich. Miss Louise Bailey of the Brown- , , ( 'Jilt !,-hoe .store Tho Hcutennnt governor for this district of the Kiwnnis, Claud Faulhaber war honor guest nnd chief speaker lit 1hi> Friday night meeting of the Hone club. ^Thp meeting was presided over by Charles Dnnn Gibson, president, with the ' invocation being given by the Rov. G. P. X. Slrnssnor. Following thr- invocation, the Rev, Mr. Strossncr led the members in song. Fred Keller, Arkansas district governor of Hotiiry International, meeting with the Rotary in an adjoining room was introduced to the Kiwnninns by John P. Cox. Mr. Keller made a short speech of greeting and lauded the .spirit of co-operation between the two local civic dubs, Lieutennnl-Govenior Faulhaber in his first visit lo Hope since his elevation to that office sketched briefly lhe future of civic clubs and the importance of a worthwhile objective to the progress of a club. Mr. Haulhaber con- gitituluted the Hope Kiwonis on their progressive work and cited other, club:; that were outstanding because of their enthusiasm for civic projects. He also recalled (hat he had attended the initial meeting of the charter mom, hers of the Hope club, with W. S. Atkins presiding. Mr. Faulhaber closed with a warm invitation, to the delegates of the club to attend the Missouir-Kansas-Arh- ansas Kiwanis convention at Excelsior rliuSripud Springs, Mo., which opens on October 7 Other guest:! of tho club wore Mr. Sunday j Smith, relief manager of Malco Then- - " • TRADES DAY Thursday Aug. 3O Ask for Trades Day Tickets rom a s ( .v<>,, ,|.,v>. i,.i , .V """""•» •=""»'• 'cnei manager ol Malco T. * in Phi, , " '"' Wt "' lt|s i'""* Im; " a " d Mr - F '«d N°wlin. ""•jiv^iiiudyo. i Mrs. Howard Stewurl is ho week with relatives umffrU.-,,,,* u fJDorado. With Mrs. J. G. McCoy as special ;uesl a group of friends enjoyed a licnie supper at the K. P. Stewart amp on Grassy luki. 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swunko and tfr. and Mrs, Karl Swanke left Sal- rday morning for a vacation visit 'ith relatives and friends in Milwuu- e<> and other Wisconsin points. En- oute homo they will visit the World's Fair in Chicago. •o Austria Condemns 3 Morejo Death Total of 3fi Tried by Court- Martial for Nazi Revolt VIENNA, Austria —(yp)_ Qnt o j 15 Austrian Nazi plotters who went on I rial Saturday, one was- sentenced to death and the other 14 lo life imprisonment. At Innsbruck, another court-mar- tian trying 20 Nazis charged with smuggling explosives and weapons into Austria sentenced two to death and turned the others over to ordinary courts. LOUISIANA SOLONS (Continued from Page One) oukrWte the cii7 arid parish^ which have drawn Long's wrath to join the slate. "Georgrphically. all of the state of Louisianun oast o£ the Mississippi riv. u should bo a part of Missisippi," hq tiud. "This state contributes very •rgely to the upkeep of New Orleans. We need it—and right now it needs us This would; solve our vexing fishing uncl canning problem. Our Lady of Good'Hope Church 1.7th SutKtar After Pentecost 10:15 Study "Our Sunday Visitor.' 11:00 Holy Sacrifice of t n <J Maas Discourse: Catholic Action. £:30 Bible Stories. , 7:30 Benediction with the Most Blessed Sacrament; pjayrers honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary, Miss Mattie Evuns left Saturday forj Little Rock where she will join other' winners in :>. tri plo Hollywood, Calif. T., , -, „ „ i^,»ii AjuagLii.- ummjaiK] Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cumbie left Fri- ) shutout performance. 14th Straight for "Schoolboy" Rowe Detroit's El Dorado Star Again Smashes New Y o r k NEW YORK _(#)- Lynwood, (Schoolboy) Howe, Detroit's lanky 22- ycur-old pitching sensation from Kl- Dorado, Ark., stood the New York Yankees on their heads Friday for the second time in three days and won his 14th consecutive victory of the American League campaign wilh a du/zlui? With her blonde curls shorn and dressed as a boy, Miriam Hopkins .is the center of the whilrwind action of Parnmount's "She Loves Me Not" Filmed from the Broadway comedy hit and -starring Bing Crosby, at the haengcr Sunday and Monday. night for a friends in Gadsdc-n, Ixi1otivcs a heavy full in the second, inning when he tripped over thir ! base and nearly broke his ankle,, Row .... „ . { 'j^ot? ti/ju n^itiiy uioKe ins anKie,, i\ow( Misses Bessie Green and Vollic Reed recovered from a streak of subsequen • ti. s ; ,i, „.,!,„ ,,r, ......... .. , ..... H left Saturday afternoon for vith frends in Arkudclphia. •o wildncss Yanveeswith _ t'"'<-'e singles strike out U batsmen anc TI i- t^ • TT"^ , aclcl a 2 ~° triumph to his remarkable Miss Carrie Nash of Malvcrn has winning streak. spent the past few days with' ncico, Miss Collie Reed. The Wont." ,ht many friends of Miss Pearl will bo pleased lo know that i_s; doing nicely following an operation at Julia Chester lo.spitul Friday. __ Mr;;. Walter E. Hussman returned Saturday from a weeks vi.sit to rel- in St. Louis and winning streak. The gianl "boy wonder" who is now within two games of equaling the record American League streak of 1( held jointly by Joe Wood, Waltei Johnson and Bob Grove, pitched the Tigers lo an even break in the concluding double-header of lhe crucial .'.erfio-s and thrilled a crowd of 43.571 spectators. Vcrnon "Lefty" Gomez, obtaining revenge for his shellacking in the first game of the series, blanked thq Tigers 5-0 in today's opener, thanks to a heavy early altack on Vic Sorrel. . but (he Tigers left the Yankee stad- «,. ,-,, ,. " ! iuni with three out of lhe five games M, > 1 M vj i"T, rIaUKllter ofl to their credit and a commanding Mi. and Mrs. Wash Hul.soa ."uler-j ,nar s i,, of five and a half games over went an appendicitis operation Sal- New York in the pennant race, urdny morning in Josephine hospital.) UHllianl pitching has marked both and friends ^ . Chicago. She was accompanied home ,v Mr. ITiissmon's brother, Robert R. Keller to Speak to Men's Class Jonesboro Educator at M. K. Church at 9:4 5 a.m. Sunday Fred Kellt'r, superintendent of Jonesboro schools, district governor of Arkansas Uotary and • prominent layman in tho Christian church, will speak to thu Men's Bible class of First Methodist church at 9:45 o'clock Sunday morning. Here for his official visit to Hope Rotary club Friday night Mr, Kellei remained over as guest of E. F. Mc- Facldin, past district KoUi Kidnaped Preacher Is Freedj&turday Askew, Snatched in North Carolina, Released in Tennessee NASHVILLE,"" TcnnT -<#>)- R H ,MM', N ° nh Carolin « evangelist; told Nashville police Saturday he had been in the hands of: kidnapers since lust Tuesday. The minister said three nbductors IH't him out of the car on the edge of •Nashville about daylight Saturday morning. J Askew told officers he was kidnaped Methodist Church "Sons of God by Faith," will be the ubject of the pastor's massage Sun- lay morning at 1,0:55 o'clock In, the bsence, of Mrs. Routon, Mrs. Welt- born will be at the organ. The orgaji umbers will be "Meditation" by Barington, and "Traumerie," by Schumann. Miss Josephine Cannon will play a violin solo, "The Rosary" by Nivcn. "The Invincible Life" will be the subject of the pastor's sermon at tile evening service. The time for the ser vice is 8 o'clock. The evening meet ings continue to be on the churei lawn. Church school at 9:45 o'clock. Thi, men's clauses wil meet ^ogothor, in the young men's room, Mr, -Frank Keller superintendent of schools at Jonesboro wil talk to the men. The young people's groups w.Ul meet at 7:15 o'clock. vgam... d8nhiOc - . the wote of eveeyone who voted in the previous contest. I ask them all <o givo a new man a chance—not to close »? r forever t° ambitious young men. My oponent has been in. the office far longer than is consistent with Democratic principles. By remaining in the race I shall afford the voters who believe as I do an opportunity to express themecelves at the polls and you may assure the public that Charley Parker will be in there- fighting until the last vote is counted. To the Voters.of Herapstead County: I want to take this opportunity of banking you for the greatly appre- lated support tendered me in Tues- ays Primary. My race-for Sheriff was fair and free from any form of nfair practices. W. Aubry Lewis Lad tes ••* We have installed new patented mac that sews on soles. fashioned tacks no er necessary. ; No aa* vance in prices. us a trial. All Work Theo P. Wttt Shoe Repair .Shop 210 South Mate while cnroutc from Srnilhfield, N. C. Ooldsboro to NORWOOD 'CONCEDES (Continued from Page One) , First Bnpllst Wallace R, Rogers, Pastou The-pastor will preach at both hours Sunday, and wilt administer the OJT- dinance of baptism at the evening sec- vice. There are many, who await baptism and they are roquested to come prepared to receive this ordinance., The regular services of the church will be resumed, with the Sunday school starting at 9:45, worship hour at 10:55; B.T.S. (B.Y.P.U.) at 7 p.m. and evening worship and baptism at 8. First Chrl/^Jan The Rev. Guy D> Holt, of. Memphis, Ten., will preach at all services Sunday. The morning sermon will, be 'delivered at 11 o'clock, with the night service at 7:45. ' 127|143: Nor More than 246,000 votes had been accounted for in. the official and tm • - -.-.ary governor, to address the church 'class on Sunday. Mr. Koier called at The Star office Saturday, where the editor discovered both of them were alumni of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Mr. Keller in 1915, and The Star editor in 1923. For Attorney General Counties Arkansas ... Ashley Baxter Senlon 3oonc Norwood. Bailey Bradley x Calhoun 'iirroll !lark .... 'lay ileburne x Pipe, Valves & Fittings Harry W. Shiver Plumbing— Electrical Appliances Phono 259 , ............. jjii^nm^ jititj 4^'uii^.i.vji, L/UIH IP Ki i pnri i games of the double hit but Rowe was r i r " i ".] I easily the hero us he handed the Ynn- 1 - lcvcl!inci [ kcos their shutdown for 1934 and only ' t;hoy theird they have expeMenced in Boy! Is Bing In A A fiancee In his hair, the Dgan's <J«HigM$f In hi? tieort, and a «hots>* 0irl on hi? hanckl If he can <w>ly keep (hem from finding ogt about each ^ther ood fho Dean from finding out about oil three,' TUES.-WED. Big Stage Show Mamie Smith and her Ja/z hoinid.s Tho biggest and beM of all colored bands. i two .seasons.. trisctgaodf Bob Grove turned the trick last year, after New York had ^^ gone through Iwo seasons without a ""•* shutout and Earl Whitehil of the Sen 788 2,324 1,050 707 .. 1,278 x 1,122 . 1,320 • . 1.2G5 847 !)!ir 810 74!) . - ators blanked them with, a hit earlier this season. The big .schoolboy was wilder, but also more effective than when he whipped tho Yankees in the second Kiinic of last Tuesday's double-header. He was in serious trouble only once, in the .sixth, when the Yankees- filled the buses with two out on a pair ol passes and a singje. Rowe faned Bill Dickey to close this critical in- bcsidcs striking out Babe Ruth. Columbia Con way x J^Q Craigheacl Crawford .. Critlcnden Cross Dallas Drew Faukncr Franklin Fulton Giirlund Grant Greene Hempstead .. . Hot Spring Howard i .jinc-h hitting in the eighth for Ben Izard j Chapman and whiffing Lou Gerig in Jackson the ninth. Howe struck out everybody Jefferson who faced him except Sullzgavor and Johnson Gcargc Selkirk, the recruit outfielder. Lafayette This was Howe's fourth victory over Lawrencu the Yankees since he began his win- Lee ning slri'iik. He had a narrow escape Lincoln from serious injury when he caught Little Hiver hi.'- foot in the bag while running' to Logan j third in the second inning. The big Lonoke : youngster we'iil down like a log, and Madison ] twisted his let'l ankle and rolled in up- Marion I parent agony while the players rusii- MUler ed lu him. It looked as though lie was Mississippi '.'.'. thduogh for the day but after first aid treatment and a rest he hobbled j buck into action and shook off the t'fucls of the mishap, uet'ljiu DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 Monroe Montgomery Nevada SALE + COOL Summer Wash Dresses 95c Ladies Specialty Shop i.vive Hut Not Expensive" Newton ... Ouachita Perry Phillips .... Pila- Poinsett Polk .. . . Pope Prairie Pulaski .... Randolph j Saline Scott : Seurcy . Sebastian Sevier Sharp St. Francis 1 Stone .. .. Union Van Buren Washington White Woodruff Yell 2,844 1,992 1,571 1,599 1,118 887 5,405 . 1,348 879 3,423 3,17(1 865 x 1,342 1,15,1 .. -x 1,3118 !,41(i - 2,128 1,76s 1,162 Ti'i .. 1,770 U5!l x 4G1 1.4KV 1.208 1,725 . 2.051 5.1IUI ... 1,188 ... x 901 738 552 •- 1,367 1.003 x 2.287 (M<; 4,441) x 1,634 .... 1,834 .... 1,249 ... 5,550 x 1,530 1.018 - 1,752 36H 3,110 1,462 1,427 2,071 x 480 3,47.4 59!) 3,086 2.331 8C7 3,141 returns, exceeding by many thousand the pre-election estimates of the votes to be cast, stituted contest proceedings there, al- central committees f ; o canvass the vote Bailey s friends in Phillips county instituted consist proceedings there, alleging illegal voting and illegal election practices in some precincts. The Phillips County Central Committee was slilj in session Friday night counting numerous, absentee ballots and otherwise completing the work of certifying the primary vote. A runoff primary race August 28 for state auditor was virtually assured tonight as the official and unofficial vote from more than 2,000 of the 2 100 precincts in the state, left the incum- Jent J. Oscar Humphrey almost 12,2,411 000 votes short of a majority over 1,522 Charles Parker, Camden and R W 940 Parrish, Lake Village. The vote was: Humphrey, 105403- Parker 69,620 and Parrish 47,590. 1,332 Plans for his campaign in the runoff 1,4781 primary were continued Friday by 1,299 "? r - Parker, who criticized a suggec- 1,413 t' 011 lllat "e withdraw from the race 1.643 "' favor of Mr- Humphreys to avoid 1 329 I • "°cossity of another election Mr 1 Parker said this would defeat the purpose of teh runoff primary law. Mr. Parker's Statement Mr. Parker's statement follows: "After a close study of the returns troiii the first primary and lhe receipt of many messages from my friends and supporters over the state I have definitely decided to take advantage of lhe privilege afforded me by the law and again ask lhe suffrage of the volcrs for the office of state auditor. "Answering the suggeslion of lhe evening paper in Little Rock that 1 withdraw from the race because of the expense involved I desire the voters to decide by a majority between myself nnd my opponnt. It was to pre'vent rule by a minority that tile second primary law was passed and minority 'ule is belli unfair and un-American. "Nairn-ally if I were nol convinced would he returned a winner I would lot care to undertake the task of con- lucting a second campaign upon the 1,388 M35 1.473 1,213 2,328 1,710 3G8 73 2.8CG 1.011 1.1!) 2,784 1.72' 856 2.771! 1,287 2,511 2,970 2,409 1.468 1,847 1,640 P. Dean Returns to the Cardinals But Brother Dizzy Hasn't Made Up His Mind as Yet ST. LOUIS, -yp)-PauI, lhe. silent half of the pitching Deans, returned lo lhe good graces of the Cardinals Friday, but loquacious Dizzy remained, outside the fold. Paul donned his uniform after sign,, ing a statement saying he "regretted his unfortunale misunderstanding" with Manager Frankie Frisch. Brother Dizzy was in Chicago, where he en,- lisled the aid of baseball's high commissioner, Kenshaw Mountain Landis, in smoothing out his troubles wilh Frisch. Returning of Paul was interpreted as meaning thai Dizzy can qome back whenever he promises lo be good. "I know I was in lhe wrong when I refused to go to Detroit and again when I refused to go on the field when asked to do so by Manager Frisch." Paul said in his statement as releasec by Sam Breadon, Cardinal presiden For not going to Detroit for an ex hibition game Monday, Paul was fine $50 and Dizzy $100. Both were sus pended indefinitely when they balk ed at putting on their uniforms whe Frisch told them of their fines. 1,424 _ i _. c> .. 88(1 heels of the strenuous one I have just 1,71)8 (included, but I must be true to my O friends and supporters and they arc 1,298 demanding thai I offer myself in lhe 1,.1-!| second primary so that the volc-rs may 2.012 finally decide- the issue. 3,-lli-l "Hundreds of the friends and sup- 69-1 pcrlers of Bob Parrish, who finished 1,145 Ihird in the first contest have assured 1,739 I mo that they would be wholeheartedly 2.87-1 for lne in the second primary while 1,522|''"-' ' 10; > l °l friends who so vigorously 1.020 I •'•"PPoi-ted my first campaign have as- 1.982 su !' u d n "-' l ' uit lne y were even more ..jlj-j I (Iclerminod than ever to see me elec- 1,'/;;() I ti'd lo the office of state auditor. I 2'.lV "^ y ft 1 ''-'''''-' 5 think that it would be \"i\'> unmanly for me to shrink from this 1 :I12 ''""' k '- sl nf courage. They are insist- ,,'l'j.jiT int.' lha{; 1 remain in the i-ace in order "lilt; lluit lnuy nlu - Y l )l ' ov e that the results 1 r )70 "' " 1L ' filst l"'" 11Q|l y were "Ot conclusive. "The suggestion that J withdraw, which came from no source whatsoever other than the evening paper, seems to have been inspired, Certainly no such suggestion has tainly refuse to betray the faith o my friends. "There are many things regardin the late primary which are unknown to the laymen. There are many sign which indicate that thisis truly mj time. I firmly believe that a large majority of the independent voters 0 Arkansas—those uninfluenced by Othei consideration and other races, art eager to support me for the office and I would be unworthy of theii friendship if 1 I did not give them the every man or woman who supported my friend Bob Parrish. I also solicit opportunity. "I earnestly solicit the support of Complete coverage on your Home is vury cjiseiinnl. Read your policy carefully. U i the 8(1% Is. not clear, lie sure to ask our advice. ROY ANDERSON & CO COMPlfTf INSVMNCE SERVICE PHONE 610 HOPE, ARK. The Pines Swimming Pool Will Re-open August 27th ...... . Reduced Admission Prices I0c to all " , v Free Swimming Lessons . -. t Hours 6 a. m. to 7 p. ra. THE PINES Formerly Collier's Lake. Thank You ; I wish to express my sincere appreciation to- the' citizens of Hempstead County for. the- support given me in Tuesday's primary. I respectfully solicit your vote and influence in'the rim-off on August 28th. Wade Kitchens Candiate for Congress Thank You Loyal co-operation and support of the voters of Hempstead County have elevated me to the runoff for /Tax Assessor. I take this opportunity of extending you my heartiest thanks. I will appreciate your support and influence in the runoff August 28th. Dewey Hendrix Candidate for Tax Assessor A CORRECTION Our Friday ad read \ViIsco Lard, 4 lb carton..6Sc It'should have read Wilsco Lard-8 lb. carton 65c We deeply regret this error 'M'Sy —QUALITY GROCERIES FOR LESS MONEY " I reached mo from any other quarters. 7.750 2.028 1,7X5 7-14 | , '"''IThc' second primary law was passed ' 1 -^'_jiii the interest of fair elections and I 1 •"? | (il> " ot recognize the right of anyone, •'-''ito deny me' lhe opportunity afforded, 1 1.5l>2!hy (he law. -IMS j -A very large percentage of the 2.2DII: counties over the state have runoff 1.72-1 ' j-iices of Iheir own, and it will cost 1.2-17,110 onu an extra dime; except the caii- XI! : !I, didales themselves to have this one l.. r >7;;.'!-iate race included in the runoff. If •111 j the candidate- who runs second in the - ----: first primary is expected to withdraw 127.1-12 ;i[ the first suggctsion of the rival's j.- upportfrs then the effect of the law " "• • «•>- | is entirely nullified. • s s niaj-riuges are nearly twice i "* nave u Jegul right to remain in as numerous in American cities as in phis contest. My dutv to my friends rural districts, i demands that I do so" and - Full Pint. . . Kitchen Hand Almond Benzoin, and Honey Latlmer's Astringent UlslHled VVIfch Ha»el Bay Rum Vour Choice 25c each B r i a n f s Drug Store Totals — Unofficial. ^rTTO fe !•! K.S, PORTS, ELASTIC KNEE CAPS AND ANKLETS Our stock is all new and of the very latest and improved merchandise. We fit children as well as grown-ups. For many years we have sold this line of goods 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 fitting and our prices will please you. JOHN S, GIBSON Drug Company THANK: I wish to extend my heartiest thanks to my many friends throughout the county for their support in my race for Sheriff; and I will deeply appreciate all you can do for me in the run off the 28th. CLARENCE E. BAKER Candidate for SHERIFF

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