Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 7, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 7, 1937
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October 7,1987 HOPE STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS PiQfi MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 321 Mr. and Mrs. V. I'. Ililhish mid Miss Florence RHholdl, of Akron. Ohio. iirrlVPtl Tuesday for a visit with Mi. and Mrs. W. T. Smith nn.l other rel- ntivcs. _0~ Mr. ond Mrs. M. M. Mi-C'louRliim ImVi? as house fjur.sl.is Mr, and Mr.s. E. K. McCloufihan of Oklahoma City, Okln. ___,-% Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Bivmrli and lillli. 1 son. Jiiniuic, have rcluiMcd from n vi.sil with rclntivi'.s in Little Hock. TWICE DAILY STARTING SUNDAY I NOW SHOWING Mrs. Archie Hale of Ashdown wns the Wctlnestlny guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Wimbcrly imd family. Mrs. JOP Smith <;f Little Hock spent Wednesday in Hope. —O— Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Wnnl nrc upending some time in Hot Springs, —O- Mrs. Htitlpy White, newly elected president of the Oglesby !'. T. A. conducted the first meeting of the school year on Tttesdiiy afternoon nt Ihc school iiK.si.stcd by Mrs. A. E. Morsani. secretary, with n large nuni- l)cr of interested mothers pri'senl. It wa.s announced that the School of Instruction would 1)0 held at Hope High School on Saturday. October 16. An award will be given to the school having the greatest number of P. T. A. mothers attending. -0-The Aliilhcnn Simdny School clnss of the First Biipli.sl church met Tuesday night nt the home of Mrs. Je.sse Brown with Mr.s. Thelma Moore and Mrs. John Brill as nxsocitito hostess. The Brown home was beautifully decorated with nines HI id other fall flowers. Following a short business ses- ••iiin Mrs. liukli J.ones installed the newly elected officers after which n delicious salad course wa.s served during the social hour. As a Mirpri.M.' to Mrs. J. L. White, a lihlliday |;.irt.v was given by members ..f her family at her hfime on Kost fecund .'.(reel Wednesday afternoon. 'Ilii- afternoon was spent in pleiuamt conwrsation and murh merriment was i invoked with II.e opening of the prcs- 1 ent.s which included both comic nnd ! useful gifts. A huge white birthday cnkc was presented the honorec bearing sixteen glowing candies which was served with n delicious ice to the following; Mrs. Hidlie Crtitehfield, Mr*. Nellie turner, Mrs. Mary Lemley, Mr*. Ida Boyott, Mrs. Anna Duffle, Mr*. Minnie Lllc, Mr.s. E. E. While, Mr.s. Dan Green, Mrs. Jim Wallis, Mrs. Philbrick, Mra Jim Reed, Miss Siilllo Allen, Miss Annie Allen nnd Mrs, Arthur Hill. -_0— HOIJC Chapter O. E. S. will hold its regular meeting at the asonic hall Thursday night at 1:'M. AH members are urged to attend. His magic word* transformed Hie n a m e— Drcyliiv— into a rlui|i- ti-r of mankind's lils- fory. PAUL MUNI The Academy Award Winner in— "The LIFE of EMILE ZOLA" Fill. '.', p. in. Sl'lltMll Milliner Robert Taylor Janet Gaynor "SMALL TOWN GIRL" FRI. SAT. Double Show GEO. O'BRIEN —in— "Hollywood Cowboy" —of our INO, 1 now serial "JUNOLE MENACE" —ami— "WHISTLING BULLETS" Also Clyde McCuy Orchestra "VAUDEVILLE IS BACK" FAMILY NIGHT HI 1 TO 5 KOU 25c FRIDAY ONLY Special School Matinee "Killers Of The Sea" with t'apl. Wallace Cas\vell, Jr. Narrative by LOWELL THOMAS FAMILY NIGHT Ul' TO 5 FOIt 25c STAKTH SATURDAY NKIV SERIAL HOOT GIBSON -in- The Painted Stallion Stepping Out in STYLE Is Easy When You Buy from DUG!GARS Friday and Saturday SPECIAL Dresses This yroup contains dresses wortli up to $-1.95 in challis, crcpus iiiul wash .silks. Short ami lung (ilcuvos—full skirts— pencil skirts. Snappy littlo types for school, office, or street wear. Hi/us 11 to •!•). New Arrivals in $7.95 DRESSES Brand now wools and silks in sport and afternoon frocks that uro grand for most any occasion. Short and long sleeves. Sizes 12 to 20. DUSGAR'S Ladies Reacly-to-Wear—SHOES 111 West Second Playing at New Thursday friends In this city have received announcements of the marriage of Lewis E. Wiilkup, n former Hope resident to Miss Vcrn Kline Knudscn of St. [<ouis, Mo., on October 2. Mr. rind Mr:;. Walkiip will reside in Alton, III. -0~ '/lie initial mooting of the Bay View lU-nding club wan held ul the home of Mi'.s. Arch Moore on West avonui) B, Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. T, H. Billingsley associate hostess. The guests were met lit the door by Master Arch Moore Ellington, attractive grandson of Mrs. Moore, who re ceived her guests in the spacious reception room, which was made bright by vases and baskets of vari-colorod autumn flowers. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Hugh A. D. Smith, who told of the outline of work for the club year, which is to be a study of con(eni|X)riiry American women. Mrs T. H. Billingsloy, program chairman, was introduced, and, with her assistants, Mrs. J, A. Henry and Mrs. D. B. Thompson, received the commendation of the group for the program as outlined in the year books which are probably ns attractive as any ever put out by a club in this city. The minutes of the last meeting were rend by the secretary. Mr.s. V. A. Hammond, being approved as read. Mrs. Fred R. Harrison, out-going secretary, read the Constitution and By- Laws of the club, a proceedure annually observed at the first meeting of the club year. The. roll call was responded to with the name of some cue-standing woman of Hope. In this group the following were honored: Mrs. D. B. Thompson; Mrs. M. H. Zarlow; Miss Beryl Henry. Dr. Alice Barlow Brown; Dr. Ktlji E. Chmnplin; Mis. O. A. Graves. Mra. rijil|,h Houton; Mr.s. T. S. McDnV- itt; tin- members of the Bay View club in its 25 years' existence and its founder, Mis. W. F. Saner; Miss Johnnie llerefnre; the pioneer women of Hope; Mrs. Alice McMath; Mrs. Sid Henry and Miss Mamie Twitchell. "American Pen Women" was the subject of the afternoon directed by the program chairman, Mrs. Hugh Jones. Mrs. Gus Haynes discussed Mr.s. Margaret Mitchell, author of "Gone With the Wiivl," and it was stressed that (his diminuitive Atlanta, Gr., woman shares the popularity of President Roosevelt and Col. Charles A. Lindbergh. Much of this is gratifying and desirable, but much of it is lacking in these elements and occasions much misunderstanding and distress. Mrs. Haynos told the story of the conception of Mrs. Mitchell's book and her audience felt that a book whose many editions have already used eleven tons of printers' ink; nine, ty-two carloads of print paper and | enough glue "to cement friendship between Hitler and SUilin," merits careful perusal. Mrs. Fred R. Harrison read a most interesting paper on the life and i works of Mrs. Burnie Bahcock of Lit- j tie Rock, whose prodigious output totally incompatible with the it .strength and vitality of this Students Present Assembly Program Musical Program Given by Saratoga-Okay Pupils Is Enjoyed Under the leadership of Gviy Tnlo, the seniors presented the assembly program for Wednesday, September 29. The members were announced by Lily Belle Robertson. Inez Bell led the audience in the singing of "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp." Beatrice Simmons gave the scripture rending after which the audience repeated the Lord's prayer led by M. H. Peebles. Next Mr. Tnto led (lie audience in the singing of 'K5-m-i-l-o." Rupert Blnckwoocl then told the story of the wreck of a famous Spanish ship. Then Miss Robertson called upon the famulty for n vocal quartette. Accompanied by Miss Claudia Rosenboum at the piano, the faculty rallied to the occasion by singing "Yankee Doodle." Different ones in the audience were then called upon to make speeches on subjects which they drew from a box. Paulene Sulton spoke on "Girls." Dale The outstanding bit "Naughty Marietta" Hi the New Thursday only, with .Tcanetlo Mat-Donald and Nlcson Eddy. We, the Women Eternal Feminine Is Unchanging \ Stylos come and go nnd bob up again, | as of a summer rain. Your admiration but there always remains one typo of woman who gets out of life the things that make a woman happy. Let me sec if 1 can describe her to you. I can't tell you whether she is tall yellow- dark, or old. but warmth is high, not held Her head haughitly. Freshness is as much a part of her time nuroHe MfMGHV -' BILLRQVIS comEoiRns . GIRLS. tit (5UAHS1 CtCW £JM tAflT rm me MONC^/' - •"*•'- • • i, "VOLRnDfl" am I'ldlll UUI I *!»*(>! 70 riunr i /•*•/ i U/iH> Her QMNffl La- %%m Oittrta-m JrMlslft *n J C'**L f " -' ) (Viw MlNCH TUfYttn .*.>**& ^ .romif) "Mmffffi eMfJjp.M. OVU'TVAE "£».• CURTAIN AlllitLl f HOPE, One Night Only Tuesday, Oct. 12 Ti-nt located just beyond old Garland School lit West fith Street, between South Washington and Grudy streets. CRANE WATER $5.00 Down Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 Chuffin on "Sewing," Lydia Mae Shir- clean, ley on "Monkeys," Doyle Williams on "The Art of Public Speaking," and Geneva Robertson on. "Boys." orise party was giv<*n by a group of tier friends Friday night, celebrating her fifteenth birthday. Games were plnyod, after which refreshments were served to: Cora Mae McJunkins, Berniee Culbertson, Billy Mae Bowles, Sadie Flncher, Freddie Sehooley, Ger- nldlne McJunkins, Oral Dene Win- bright, Nellie McLarey, Ruby Detirtger Oma Lee BJnckwootl, Hazel McLarey, Eloise Dilhiger, Pauline Kaufman, Pauline Button. Helen Godson, "fully Ellis, Lahrort McJunkins. Jack FYe"e- man, Paul Ellis, Hussel Collins, Monte Kaufman, Billy Collins, Dale Blackwood, George Thompson Jr., and Juanita Holland. BaskclboII Work has begun on the basketball courts, both have been leveled, new backboards are being made for the girls court, and new balls arrived this week. Plans for new suits and sweaters for the girls arc underway. The independent boys met here Friday afternoon and played the school team a practice game. The entire school,'as well as the teams, is looking forward to the opening of the basketball season with great anticipation of success. Okay Playground monitors were appointed at Okay Monday, September 27. Eva Maude Hughes will surprise the girls, and Lohron McJunkins the boys, in keeping the school grounds neat and donated by the elUWni <n* community, included pi**, chickens, csntiedf Edward Anderson won tte number of prices. gfe, ' foremost Arkansas woman author. She attained prominence in her prohibition stories and poems which did much to erysliilize sentiment against .iiilm Barleycorn. Mrs. Bnbcock, in a recent interview, stated that she found il well-night impossible to sell her .stories in the present literary markets. Publishers, through literary agents, demand that she glorify drinking, and this she refused lo do. Mrs. Hugh Jones concluded the program with a review of one of Mrs. Babcork's most rucenl novels. "Little Kixie Devil," written when the author wa.s Hearing (lie age of 70, bill lacking naught of her original force and charm in li'lling ii tale well. A feature of the meeting was the leading of a letter from Dr. Alice Barlow Brown, a medical missionary at I-ciping. China, to her brother, John D. Barlow of Hope, by Mrs. R. M. Briiint. This letter wa.s written on one .small, thin sheet of rice paper, but carried much information written in Dr. Brown's almost microscopic letters. She told of the trials and dangers of being in war beleaguered territory and of the worth <jf the American flag at .such times. Her letter gswe no inkling of any idea of deserting her work, made doubly difficult by caring for wounded Mildier.s and civilians, and asked that no alarm he ft'lt for her safety. Dr. Brown's motlu-r, Mrs. M. H. Barlow, wa.s an honored guest of the afternoon. Mesdiimes D. B. Thompson and Claude Agee will be hostesses for the October 20 meeting of the Bay View club, at which lime Mr.s. Sid Henry will lead the program ui\, "The r'irst. Second and a Very Close Third Lady of the Land," to be, assisted by Mrs. John S. Gibson and Mis.s Maggie Bell. During the .social hour the hostesses served a delicious salad plate with sandwiches and fruit punch. -O- The young mothers of the F. M. C. met in the home of Mrs. Burl Thompson on South Main street Monday afternoon tit ,'i o'clock. Mrs. Lester Underwood gave the devotional ami program, uml was assisted by Mrs. Pete Laselei. Mr.s. H. O. Kyler gave- il report on Bethlehem houses. iJue.s were collected during the business period, utter which refreshments were served to eight members, one visitor and four children. is never jarred by seeing her any other way. She may manage a large house without any help or she may be free to spend each day us she chooses, but whatever she docs, she does easily. Things never seem to push her. You are never conscious that small worries have taken her mind over for their own confusion. She knows how to handle little things. Her house isn't a whatnot for knick- nacks. There seems to be a reason for the things tfcat are there. The rooms hold comfort and quietness and beauty. Sbhe gives her hospitality without self-consciousness. All the while that you are in her house you feel your being there is causing her no trouble. You can know her a long time with- gut ever seeing top deeply into her life. She doesn't talk casually about the things tliat touch her closely. She meets life with courage and gentleness. There is no flippancy about the tilings that really matter to her. In all her plans she p l 't-s her husband's happiness before her own. For she is wise enough to know that a voman's happiness is almost always epundent on her success at making omo man content. Perhaps she sounds old-fashioned to •ou. But what is the use in a woman's jretending to be modern? Women lon't change like styles. The best hey can do is pretend to change. Or naybe she seems too good to be true, "here really are women like her, tak- ng life slowly and getting everything t holds. Peace and love and respect -and the joy of being necessary to omcone besides themselves. Women vho remember always that they are vonien and that men expect them to ive gracefully. (Copyright, 1937, NEA Service Inc.) Mary Lois Spates played "Moonlight and Shadows" as a piano sqjo after which Inez Bell again led the audience in the singing of "Juanila." The students march in and out of (he auditorium for assembly. Several citizens have remarked that they do the best group marching that they ever saw. P. T. A. Entertainment Sponsored by the P. T. A. of the Saratoga-Okay schools an entertainment was given in the high school auditorium Wednesday evening, September 29, by the Texas Show Boys. Vocal and instrumental numbers was rendered. Local talent was called for: Mr. Toney Robertson played the violin. About $7.50 was made. Organization of Staff « Organization of the staff for the .school news was held Wednesday, September 29. They are: Sditor-in- chief, Lily Belle Robertson; assistant editors, Inez Bell; business manager, Pauline Sutton; assistant manager, Don Lewis; sports editors, Rupert ElackT;ood and Janie Feme Hughes; social editor. Mary Lois Spates; columnists, Dale Chaffin and Katy Lois Hughes; reporters, Frank Cowling, James Cowling, May Dell Cowling, Opal Dillard, Joseph Knighton, and James McJunkins. Surprise Parly In honor of Juanita Holland, a sur- Blngo Parly For the benefit of the P. T. A. the Saratoga-Okay schools, a bingo party was given at the Okay city hall, Thursday evening. A profit of ?31.85 was netted. This will be spent for the benefit of the schools. Prizes, which CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who extended to us their kindly assistance and their loving expressions of sympathy, by word, messages and beautiful flowers at the time, when God in his infite wisdom, called unto our dear father, "Come Home." Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sanford, Jr Mr. and Mrs. Silas Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Wade O'Neal. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gray. Mrs. Henry Bearden. Mr. and Mrs. Willis A. Cobb. In a Hurry? To give you quicker and better service we have added another operator. Call us for an appointment and we will see that you are served promptly and efficiently. Herlolse-Miller Carmen Cooper Alice Harrington Kathleen Brown "Bculah the Maid" Sibyl's Beauty Shop Phone 86 Bal. Cox Drug Co. HERLOISE MILLER, Mf*. We anno unco that Mrytioe Spears, formerly of Sibyl Beau) ty Shop, has bocomo a menilu'r of our staff. Our operators offer every service you need from manicures to permanents. Hazel Abram Eathel Robertson Katie McDaniel Mrytice Spears MARY'S BEAUTY SHOP Sunday. Mrs. Carl Briant of Springfield, Mo., visited Mrs. Lucille Carrigan Sunday cnroute to Columbus to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Darnall. Mrs. John James and little daughter of Hope spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Levins. Mrs. M. H. Stewart had as a week end guest Mrs. Cai'l Parker of Fort Worth. Mrs. Leo Purdue and Miss Helen Perdue of Louann, Mrs. Charlie Briant and Mrs. Guy Linaker of Hope visited Mrs. Lee Holt Saturday afternoon. SEE US I" For Painting nnd Body Work— J" •I Special Car Paint Job—?17.50 •* O. K. Body Shop ": 1015 S. Elm (Old Ugh. Shop)?' M. M. MORGAN *" n ;v.v.'.%'.'..vw.'.v.v.v.v.v*« Washington Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Orion and Ab- >r nnd Jack Hervey of Hope were msiness visitors here Tusday morn- ng. Rev. W. H. Stingley of Idabel, Okla., visiting his family here this week. Mr.s. Ella Gold, Mrs. Anna Turner mcl Mrs. Perdue made a business trip o Hope Tuesday. Mayor and Mrs. A. P. Delony were ;uests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward n Hope Sunday. Keely McDonald and family of Rosson visited Lee McDonald Monday. Guy Card of Hope visited his pnr- nts, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Card Sun- lay. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smedley and 'umily have moved to Sweetwaler, Mrs. Pink Horton was a Hope vis- lur Monday. , Dr. J. C. Williams made a business rip to Texarkuna Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Enrnest Hawthorne innounce the birth of a daughter. Sllen Ann, born Sunday, October 3. Mis.s Evelyn Ann May entertained ive of her friends on her birthday Thursday, Sept. 30, tit her home. After pleasant afternoon together Eveyn's mother served a delicious salad la(o to Misses Nell Jean Byers, li/iibc-th Page, Gladys Marie Martin. race Childers nnd Doris Parsons nnd presented each guest with favors. Miss Lolu Lee Martin of Ouachita College spent the week end with her tnrents. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Martin on Route 2. Mr. and Mrs. Olonzo Beck of La flora, Okla., ure visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lannio Buck this week. Mr. und Mrs. Ed Corry of Boston, Mass., visited Mrs. Corry 's sister, Mrs. E. R. Timberlakc and family last week. Rev. nnd Mrs. W. W. Nelson and Rev. McSwain of Mineral Springs, were supper guests of Mrs. J. A. Wilson on Thursday. Mrs. Jot- Monroe returned Friday from Murfreesboro where she has been visiting since the wedding of her niece, Miss Emily Ruth Alford to Charles W. Darnall. Mrs. J. P. Byers and Mrs. W. I. Stroud were Hope visitors Monday A. P. Dulony and Bob Patterson made a business trip to Hope Monday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jackson entertained Rev. S. A. Whitlow at dinnei ! FOR SALE 5 room Residence—322 South Sliover street. 140 ncre farm, CO ncrcs cultivation. 80 acres timber and pasture, 4 room house, new barn. Good water, 7li miles south of Mope. Cash or reasonable terms. i 3 3 JFoster & Borden I 123 W. Division St. 5 Licensed Real Estate Brokers 1 I I OAK LOGS We arc in the market for n round lot of Forked Leaf White Oak, Cow Oak, Overciin, Burr Oak, mm H<(1 Oak Logs. For Prices and Specifications Apply Jo Hope Heading COMPANY Plionc 245 AUTUMN SHOPPING VALUES WHITMAN'S SAMPLER Just Arrived. $1.50 pound, RUFFMADE CHOCOLATES Milk or dark chocolate coating-. Assorted Nuts and Frults-HLb. 42c. Gobelin Delicious Assorted Chocolate, packed expressly {or Cox's. Pound 50c. ' A B D G's Capsules, Box of 25. Build up your resistance to winter colds. 98c Sinclair Lewis' New Novel "It Can't Happen Here" 98c See our Book Department Cox's Pecan Kruncli Ice Cream. We make it fresh Daily—Quart 30c GARDENIA OATMEAL SOAP, Delightfully Fragrant , 3 Bars 23c Two-75c Johnson's Glocoat for the price of one— 750 FOOTBALL HELMET Heavily Reinforced $1.19 Your Prescirption When you bring your prescription to us you are sure of getting just what the •doctor wonts. Three Registered Druggists on duty to give you prompt and efficient service. Over 248,000 prescriptions filled. "There Must Be A Reason." Someone's Brithday It you need n gift small or large. Visit our gift department and makes your selection from the latest in Gift Ware. If you want in send a card, you will find just the card in our selection of over 509 designs. LA VENDER SHAVING CREAM Giant Tube 25c Gem Chrome finished RA2OR and 2 blades 25c Emperor Fountain Syringe Made of finest rubber. Molded in one piece. Five year guarantee. The best is the cheapest. $2-49 SPARKLET SIPHON BOTTLE Complete with 5 blubs. Make your, carbonated water for Ic a glass. Assorted Colors. CHAMBLY'S 10 PIECE TOILET SET A real $7.50 value. Only a few left—For only flimTfcUl flL^jgj}^) llg»f\ • 2 Tek Tooth Brushes 51c John. P. Cox DrugC o, Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps Pay your account before the 10th and Get Eagle Stamps. 59c | THE PEN THAT MAKES WRITING A PLEASURE FRIDAY and A IS I V SATURDAY V II L I This Certificate (s Worth $4,41 This certificate and 59c entitles Ihc bearer >o one of our SACKLESS FOUNTAIN PENS. Visible Ink Supply. \ou pcu. Sues for ladies, men, boys and girls. This pen will not leak, blot or breaK. 1 A the Ink. A 59c «i££S? guarantee THE NEW PLUNGEiTriLLEB-VACirUM ZIP-ONLY ONE PULL AND ITS FULL This PEN holds 200^ more ink than any ordinary fountain pen on the market! You can write for Months on One Filling! No Repair Bills. No Lever Filler! No Pressure B*r Every Pen tested a«d antccd by the factory to be unbreakable for life. Get yours NOW. THIS PEN FBEt if you can buy in the city for less than FIVE DOLLARS'. 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