Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 25, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 25, 1934
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25,1034 HOPE STAB, HOPE, ARKANSAS ocletfi/ NRY Illllll TELEPHSMB21 ugly ducklings. and " Mind (<>. We're all of we'll conic nut swans lit last.- nuit is, we aim to. Al leost thcro'.s no one else, if we ilou'l dust, To j.ive | ho blnrnc to. It's only we ourselves that keep ti.s down. Men choose n fool's cap, .who might wear {i crow/i. All uifis are in our reach, .hut .some we're l)lind to; can b<> kiiuis of earth, if we're n mind ui. "Seloclcd. VV tV Rev. C. C. Jonos will conduct 11 o'clock services Sunday mnrnini; 11! St. Murk's Episcopal church. Circle No. .1 of the W.M.S. of the First tinptlst church will meet at 4 (.'clock Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jesse Brown on South Washington street. tained the members of the S'ub-Deb club at the home of Mi.s-s Kinser on Ihur.sday evening. 'Hie color combination of orchid and while was observed in the clccoralions, bridge accessories and refreshments. The lion- oree wan showered wilh a number of bountiful handkerchiefs and the high wore favor wont to.Miss Alice Mae Waddle. Miss Helen Bowden of Forrest City was an out of town guest. Much lo Hi,., regret of (he many fnends made (luring their slay in our city. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Williamson left Saturday morning for their new home in Hot Springs. Circle No. 1 o of the W.M.S. of the First Baptist church will meet at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Will Jlid- Hdill on West Sixlh avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dossott left Friday for Chesnutl, La., where thFy will join their children on a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Autrey Duly of Long- iView, Texas are the house guests of |Mr. and Mrs. William Stuckey. Miss Doris Glenn of Prcscotl is the week end i;ucst of Miss Margaret Kin- Re r. Mr Ouy K. Bas-ye, Miss- Hegina . arid Billy K<| i t .f| Thursday for a vjst with relatives and friends in Heber Springs. With Mrs. Clyde Coffee, a recent bride, as guest of honor. Misses Mar- Caret Kinser and Opal Garner enter- Little Rock Team Plays Here Sunday Arthur Sparks Returns lo (llUKCHES OUR LADY OF (iOOD HOI'R I llh Sunday After I'enfccosf 8:0(1. Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Diseuur.se: "Seek ye. therefore, first the kingdom of CJod and His justice, nnd all these things shall be added unto you." 0:30. 7:30. Bible Stories. The plagues. Benediction with the Most Hur: for Schooley Team Hope baseball fans wil.l be provided with a game here Sunday afternoon between ihe Schooley tcom and the Little Rock all stars, a team composed ol former members of the Black and White grocery nine, and managed by Dude Aldrich. Arthur Sparks, former Hope boy, who has seen service with the Southern Association and Texas league teams, will pilch for the locals. The Hope line-up will consist of the Schooley boys, Sparks brothers, Lloyd Coop. Clyde Zinn and Hamiter. Tim jfame i.s to be called at .'! p.m.. A German engineer has invented a steam-driven airplane which utilizes oil gas as fuel. The plane is expected o have a cruising speed of 283 miles in hour. SHOWING TODAY IIIC DOtlllLK KKATCWK PROGRAM morn: DAVIS BEX BEU. -If!- _!„_ "FOfi OVICIt FRISCO" -THE FUUlTIVi:" Admission—ll)o ami 2fic All Day Blessed Sacrament; prayers honoring the Immasculate Heart of Mary. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Wallace R. Rogers, Pastor The pastor will preach at both services on Sunday, and the regular schedule, for the day will he followed. It. is: Sunday Scbool-9:45. Worship Hour—10:55. B. T. S.~BYPU)-7:00. Evening Worship—-8:00. The pastor will leave early next week for Upperville. Virginia where he will be in an evangelistic meeting for two weeks. In his absence the Rev. Jame:; Brewer of Louisville. Ky., will supply the pulpit. The week-night services of the church will not be held during the series of services to be conducted in the First Methodist church. The 'Tiger' 3, M Who was the war time diplomat (n DIG picture? 1 7 Toward sea. J1 Hone. 1.'! J-'Irst. 1C Social insect. .17 WiiiK iwrl of i a .seed. 'iSA jumble. 1ft Second nole In scale. 20 Chart. 2.1 Neuter pronoun. Z'i Moliuniniednri Answer la Previous Puz?.l<> 11 Third note. *2 To attitudinize Destiny. Mope Gospel Tabernacle STARTS SUNDAY Al Your Cool A Thrill to Be Remembered! WJicn Franchot Tone takes lovely Jean in his arms! The season's romantic (hrill firings them together! JEAN -Coming Next Week- Myrnn Koy and George Ilrcnt —In— "StaiiilH.ul Quest" Hal Lt-niy —In"Harold Toen" "Hollywood Parly" A <<rand musical show. Don't miss a one of these atclaclions! GIRL FROM MISSOURI Services of the Hope Gospel Tabernacle for Sunday; Sunday school at 9:45. Mcrnins service at 11:00. Evennig service at 7:45. The Rev. Phinis A. Lewis, pastor of the tabernacle will briny the morning d evening messages. The Sunday school that was orgaji- ixed ut the tabernacle- August 5 has aken a 'good healthy growth. The record attendance for Sunday was 03. The p.'islor i.s expecting the attendance; Sunday to be over the 100 figure. Those who are not members of other Sunday schools are urged to I) jrescnt at the tabernacle. The public is invited to come anc worship in these services. Kverybod.s welcome. enuncu or CHRIST (Jilhert Copclaml. Minister 2 Rea eagle. ."! Ji<j|js kiln. ' Hlglil. 23 Chaos. 44 I'iay 0 ,'i words 1 Fl ' osted take, 2-1 UgBtuuranl, car 45 A defile ° '"''" Jallls 20 Genus of catlMGTo peM: i Form of "be. '2fi I'avfnp stone. 47 da me played ou horseback. •IS He WUK ft practicing f I>1.). 4(1 He was — -'" IBS <2» 'Withered. Had. if.OlIe was a :i4 To he sick. .•35 Weaver's ! frame .'iC Stale of con', fused flight. .'iS Court ,:'!) Portion 4<J Lame K '•> Half an em. . in I'. S. A. during l.h(. War, 2'J "f»iJgoddr-:-!M of fide. 24 Crimp spin- on nlii|i.i. 25 To Iliroh. 20 He was u ', leader at HIP : Versailles conference 27 To Jos. 28 Sooty matter. 30 Warning cry in ftolf, 31 TJ-JW standard 32 Vent of a volcano, 33 Cavity .'!S Lariat. .'17 }'er.son simpleton. To ovei . Bp) , ea(I as wilh lint. in To devour of his country 17 T VKHTIC.A!., Trappings. 20 I 'a ft of a wainscot 22 Ho was war . 2f) Pillar 1U To refer to something repeatedly 41 Hybrid. •12 Moccasin. 43 Fourth note. 44 Taro paste. 4!> Italian river 4fi Postscript 47 Afternoon. Bible classes begin their study 9:4. r i. Preaching service at 10:45. The subject for the morning service will be, "The Supreme Authority of Christ." Evening services begin at 7:45. "The Shepherd's Song" will be the subject. Make thc.si.' services your services. with Lionel HAKUYIMOUE Kranchot T ONE Lewis STONE First Methodist Church This ad will admit Miss Lois Jones and One. ''Prayer" will bo tHq subject of the pastor's sermon Sunday morning at 10:55 o'clock. Mrs. John Wellborn will be at the organ. Theer wijl be a special musical number by the choir. fiTho evening service will be held on the church lawn at 8 o'clock. The subject of the pastor's sermon will bo "The Danger Signal." Clifford Franks will lead the congregational singing. The church school will meet at 9:45 o'clock. The young people's groups will meet at 7:15 o'clock. Revival services will begin at the church Sunday, September 1 2. The morning services will be held in the church auditorium. The evening ser- ices will held on th'e, church lawn. E. Clifton Rule, Pastor. BYRNS ANNOUNCES (Continued from Page One) cated that a number of representatives from Northern states also will enter Hie contest. Among the prospects are Representatives John J. O'Connor and James Mead of New York, and John McCornuick of Massachusetts. Formal announcement of Byrns' candidacy was made here by Representative MeReynolds, chairman of the Tennessee delegation, who predicted his colleague's election "by an overwhelmingly majority. KITCHEN FALLACIES ABOUT VEAL DUE TO BAD COOKING . BY WARY E. DAGUE NEA Staff Service Writer There seems to be a tradition in this country that veal is indigestible. But i'rance regards it as a delicacy suit- ible for invalids and uhes it as we use chicken. The truth is that the digestibility f veal is determined by the cooking. Scientific experiments have proved that properly cooked veal is us easily Al his Nashville home, Byrns said: "My friends understand that I'm going lo make the race, because they feel and I feel that 1 am in line for it. There is not a shadow of doubt about my election." Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Grapes, cereal, cream, scrambled eggs, reheated rolls, milk and coffee. LUNCHEON: Surprise baked potatoes, lettuce sandwiches, whipped gelatin, oatmeal cookies, milk dnd tea. DINNER: Fricasse of veal, noodles, creamed carrots and peas, beet and cabbage salad, filled sponge cake, milk and coffee. digested as any other meat. Remember that veal cooked, never should be left rare thoroughly or under- I To the Voters of | Hempstead County done. A good rule to keep in mind is that meat from young animals must always be well done while that from mature creatures may be cooked rare il you like. Even thinly chopped cuts like steaks ind chops should be cooked at least 30 minutes. Long, .slow cooking is imperative for roasts. You see, the meat lacks fat and is very fine grained and close texteured, so that special attention must be paid lo keeping it juicy and flavorsome. Breading Keeps in Juice A covered roaster, larding, frequent basting or a flour and water dought are satisfactory methods for roasting. Chops and cutlets may be rolled in flour or broat crumbs, browned, covered and cooked slowly. Pot-roasting is also a splendid method for veal cuts. Probably there is no other meat that responds as well to clover sea-: soning. Its flavor is delicate and must be enhanced rather than covered up. A suspicioun of sweet herbs and mild vegetables docs much in this direction. Professional cooks consider veal as indispensiblc for use in aspices, in meat and vegetable sauces and in many soups. While chicken and veal stocks are used almost interchangeably, veal stock, is much less expen-r sive and even more delicately flavored. Veal Fricasse Two pounds foreleg of veal, 4 cups water, 1 small onion, 1 blade celery, 1 small carrot, bit of bay leaf, 1-2 teas poon peppercorn, 2 teaspoonfuls sail, flour. i Peel, but do not slice onion. Scrape carrot and cut in quarters. Cut celery n half inch pieces and put Ihose veg-j etables wilh bay leaf and peppercorns nto a square of cheesecloth. Tie se- urely and drop into water. Bring to he boiling point and add meat. Cook lard 10 minutes. Then reduce heat nd simmer until tender, about three- lours. Cool in the water. Remove the' neat from stock and cut in neat ilcces for serving. Remove cheesecloth bag of seasonings from stock. | Roll meat in flour and brown quickly in hot pork fat or butter. Remove meat to hot platter and brown two table- Hope All-Stars Win Over Stamps One Run in Final Inning Gave Hope 7 to 0 Victory In one of the best plnycd soflbal games witnessed here this season, Tom Klnser's all-star aggregation nosed out an all-star team from Stamps, 7 to 6 Friday nifiht nt.thc high school athletic field. Going into the final inning deadlocked at C-G, the Hope team pushed over the necessary -run that .'spelled victory. Stamps took the lead ut the start with two funs in the opening iruiinjj, and then added a couple of tnorc in the first of the third. Hope rallied to tie the count with four runs in the lost of the third, and went into the lead for the first time with a pair of tallies in the fourth inning. Stamps tied up the score with runs in the fifth and sixth innings. The visitors got eight hits. The locals chalked up nine. A larger crowd than was expected turned out to view the contest. The Hope iine-up was as follows: Brown, c; Sparks, 3b; L. Coop, ss; Zinn, cf; Lewnllen, lb; Bryant, rf; M. Coop, cf; Urban, 2b; Hamistcr, ES; and Summerville. p. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. De Loney. Mrs. A. N. Stroud and Mrs. W. I Stroud are spending the week tour ing the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Booker o Conway spent the week end with Dr and Mrs. J. L. Booker. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Calmar anc Miss Helen May of Kilgore, Texas were visitors here last Friday. Miss Francos Simms' of Hope wa the guest of the I. L. Pilkinton fam ily last week. Mrs. Ella Gold made a business trip lo Hope Wednesday. Miss Lucille Hulsey entertained th younger set with a party at her hoim Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs; J. H. McCulley am two children, Doris and James o Alexandria, La., visited the family o W. V. Frazier last week. The Methodist Epworth League i conducting a contest in order to ge new members. Leaders in the contest are Miss Charlotte Agee and Miss Viv ian Beck. The league meets Sunday nights at 7:15. Mrs. J. P. Byers and daughter, Little Miss Nell Jean wore shopping visitors in Toxarlcana, Tuesday. Miss Louise Pilkinton has returned from a visit with college friends in Fordyee. spoons flour in frying in which mea was browned, adding more fat if necessary to make 2 tablespoons. Stir in slock in which meat was conked and cook and stir until gravy boils. Pour over meat, garnish with parsley and serve. Washington Miss June Watkins is spending the week with friends and relatives in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Brewer and children of Gum Springs and Mrs. H. L. Casey of Butlerfield were Sun- J'leasc accept my heartfelt thanks for the wonderful vote given me in the first Primary; I feel that when you gave me a plurality of 1G4 votes (a sufficient number to have won for me at any election heretofore) that you were endorsing my platform of law enforcement. Be not deceived by last minute propaganda. The victory will be won for honest law enforcement. f JIM BEARDEN Law and Order Candidate for SHERIFF E Paid Political Advertisement. Si 3 'iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii nun i ilium iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiniiiiimmii! Wade Kitchens for Congress The opponent of Wade Kitchens has been in Congress 14 years. August 14th, over two-thirds of voters of the District boldly voted they are dissatisfied with his record. Over 23 thousand so expressed themselves. They demand a new man, a new deal. The platform of Wade Kitchens is safe, sound, constructive, and lias hot been questioned. Vote for Wade Kitchens who is competent, well informed, able and experienced. —Paid Polilicul Advertisement. Do You GAMBLE (1) Have you ever cut out of line of traffic? (If so your chances of having an accident are multiplied by 50.) (2) Have you ever driven over 40 miles an hour? (If so your chances of having an accident are multiplied by 25.) (3) Have you ever passed another car on a curve? (If so your chances of having an accident arc multiplied by 21.) (4) Have you ever passed another car going up a hill? (If so your chances of having an accident are multiplied by 10.) (5) Have you ever failed to signal a turn or stop? (If so your chances of having an accident are multiplied by 5.) Phone 810 Hope, /Arkansas 12-CENT^LOAN 'Continued from Pag<* One) $.iO n bale plus n carrying charge of ap ccnls per bale per month since the first of February, 1931 This carrying charge to October will amount to $2.40 per bale. "When he has been Authorized by prx>l members to do so the pool manager will borrow from the Commodity Credit Corporation an additional two cents per pound or ?10 a bale. From this will be deducted $2.40 to cover expense of the .pool to October 1 and the balance of $7,60 a bale will be distributed to the pool members who have authorized such action. At Market Price "Producers desiring to obtain iheir :ull equity in their holdings may tender (heir certificates to the pool man- ager who will purchase it on tin? of the market price. When the tsw Uf if catcs are purchased by Iho pool maft- tt/«r there will be deducted from Uns iMirchase price the amount, of U)f> pool members obligation to the pool which at the present tirrfq is 10.48 cents t>W pound or S52.40 per bale. Those pool members who do not wish to obtain! the iwo cents advance and tended their certificates for sale to the poof manager, who reserves the right to reject and offer if, in his judgement market conditions do not justify the sale of the cotton covered by the certificates offcred to him." There are many types of unique trades in India, among them being wertcu-s of hailstones, sellers of grnss- loppersj pouters of water' on. gods, dontifiers of witnesses, and charity- receivers on" burial grounds. Six Reasons Why you should stand by I. L. Pilkinton for Representative in the Run-Off August 28. (1) Because he received 1776 votes in the first primary, almost a elear majority. (2) Because he is qualified by experience and can go to work as soon as the Legislature convenes. (3) Because he is active and energetic and will be on the job at all times. (4) Because he is against any increase in taxation. (5) Because he will work for the school book and old age pension laws, and for the best interest of Hempstead County and the State of Arkansas. (6) Because he is honest and his record clean. is Dxm't Lose Your Vote! Stand By I. L. PILKINTON For REPRESENTATIVE (Written and paM for by his friends of Hempstead County) Something to Think About "If a District has a representative in Congress who has served, several terms and if such Representative is a person of honor and integrity and reasonable intelligence ,such District makes a mistake to defeat him and send a new Representative in his place, as it is only by long and faithful service that a Representative in! Congress gains power, prestige and influence under and through seniority rule ***. Mr. Parks enjoys the reputation of being a man of honor and' strict integrity with an ability far above the average Congressman." (Quotation from letter of Hon. J. B. Buchanan/ Chairman of Appropriations Committee.) Consider this carefully and vote fjr Tilman B. Parks (This advertisement paid for by Hempstead County friends of Mr. Parks) To Women Who Vote Do yon ladies remember the many years of struggle before wo secured the right to vote? Do you remember that we promised, when half the voters were women, things would be different? That we were going to improve the class of men elected to office, and clean up politics? Have we done it? The man we elect as Sheriff on Tuesday will have a strong influence for good, or for evil, for the next two years. Think of the effect it may have on YOUR boy, or girl. Let us be sure that the man we vote for has enough strength of character to do right, and to resist the temptations which beset that office. Don't elect a man as Sheriff who has failed every time that he has been trusted. You can't reform a man by marrying him. Paid for by Women Supporters of CLARENCE BAKER

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