Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 15, 1937 · Page 3
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16,1037 MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 82F iy. E 821' tr** Who drives the horses of the sun Shall lord it but n day; Better the lowly deed were done, And kept the humble way. The rust will find the sword of fame, The dust will hude the crown; Ay, none shall nail so high his name Time will not tear it down. The happiest heart thai ever beat Was in some quiet breast That found Ihc common daylight sweet nnd left to Heitven the rest. —John Vance Cheney. Miss Lenorn Wilson of Little Rock, post president of Arkansas Federated B. & P. W. clubs was a Wednesday visitor in the city. Mrs. Jmnoe L. Jmnisori has returned u lexiirhnmi after a two weeks visit It's here SUNDAY SUHiffi 1 - IT F.Nns IT ENDS Spencer Tracy Luise Rainer -in"BIG CITY" +> SATUR DAY •% Rex Bell " We s t OF Nevada" No. "Wild West Days" 25 PtUiirt Knvln, Glrmla Knrrcll mid Allen Jenkins In— "DANCE .CHARLIE DANCE" DOUBLE SHOW TOM TYLER "PINTO RUSTLERS" N fl "Jungle O. L Menace" —and— "SHE ASKED FOR IT" Lot's Go! I in Hope and Little Rock. -O- The different Circles of the W. M. U. will meet'at 3 o'clock, Monday afternoon in the following homes, Circle No. I at the home of Mrs. J. L. Lewis. Circle No. 2 at the home of Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, South Grady street. Circle No. 3 at the home of Mrs. Jett William/, Rosslon road. Circle No. 4 at the Viome of Mrs, Joe Coleman, South )Ie/vey street. Circle No. 5 at the c' untry home of Mrs. F. L. Padgitt. Should the weather be unfavorable, Mrs. Padgitl will entertain at the church. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mark's Episcopal church will meet at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. J. B. Koonce, East third street, with MLss Nettie Brugden and Miss Louise KnoIxl as joint hostesses. Q_ Mrs. Frank Hearnc was the Thursday guest of relatives in Tcxarknnn. _O- Miss Fay Briant of Albuquerque, N. M.. who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Briant was a Thursday visitor in Waldo. -O- Mrs. A. D. Brannan, Mrs. Cecil Weaver and Mrs. Glen Williams were Thursday visitors in Tcxarkann. -O- Mrs. L. J. Knlhnn of Tullulah. La., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. George Median and Mr. Mcchun, -O- At the regular monthly Men's dinner of the First Presbyterian church on Thursday evening, Dr. M. A. Boogs, Pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Hot Springs spoke, in a most instructive and entertaining manner of his recent travels in Europe, whore he went a.s a delegate to "The Oxford Movement." -O- John ami ,Tnck Kent both living south of Hope left Friday morning for Los- Vegas, Nevada, where (hey will be joined by C'abol Kent, a brother, in HOPE STAR, Mom ARKANSAS HAZEf, Sf RfcET CHURCH A wind-up roily drive will be hold the negro M. E. church Sunday at 3:30 p. m. All pnstors and members are Invited by the pastor, the Rev. W. II, D. Bright, to attend. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE .(nines R. nlsli, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Young Peoples Service G-.45 p. m. The special subject for the evening .service will be "Gods Cure for Envy." The public is invited to all services. Thu Rev. Walsh has a special announcement to make at the evening services in regard to our work here in Hope. Trust that all of our membership will be present as well as our friends. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Fred R. Harrison, 1'a.stor 10 a. m.—The Church School, with a class for every age. 10:45 it. m.—Morning congregational worship. Sermon by the pastor, "Forgiving Sias." C:45 p. in.—Intermediate and Young People's Kpworth Leagues. 7:1(0 p. rn.—Evening worship, sermon subject, "Seeing the Invisible." The Homes Committee, which is soliciting homes for the entertainment of the delegates to the LitUe Rock Annual Conference to be held here November 10-M, is still in need of more homes. If nny hiwc not been interviewed, please get in touch with Mrs. O. A. Graves, committee chairman, or the pastor. painstRking, kindly guide for the journey and troubles which generally beset the one who travels nlone, nnd as a Guide who will never leave us. Come hear this sermon. The Missionary Society will meet at the Bungalow Monday afternoon for its mid-month Bible Study hour, under the leadership of Mrs. W. F. Saner. All the women of the church are invited to join in this monthly study of the book of James. Here are two Chinese proverbs: 0) j Some expect pay for the work of others. (2) If your purse is fat, search it carefully for that which belongs to others. CHURCH OF CHRIST Gilbert Copeland, Minister The Church of Christ cordially invites the public to attend jts services Sunday. The Bible classes begin promptly at 10 o'clock. The preaching service will begin at 11 o'clock. 'Jho morning subject will be, "Where Are the Nine." Young peoples meeting at 6:30 p. m. Preaching at 7:30. The members arc urged to be present. Everyone is cordially invited. LAST DAY Game Returns Tonight Clark Gable Wallace Beery "HELL DIVERS" Plus The Rimirs Orchestra Porky Cartoon SATURDAY BOB STEELE -in- "Gunlords of Stirrup Bason" Call Galloway & Orchestra No. 2 PAINTED STA.LUON See Our ' S5.0Q Silk Dresses L A D I E S' Specialty Shop FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUHCII V. A. Hammond, Pastor Attendance in the Sunday School neiirly reached the goal for the quarter last Sunday when 93 were present. With a little more effort wo can reach the g ;i0 l of 96. But we need to start a little earlier. Only a handful were present at 9:45 lust week. Let's be on tiim; this Sunday. The pastor brings a Communion medilution at Hi regular worship hour Sunday morning when he speaks on 'When Christ Led the Singing" We hear much of Christ's sighs, of His groans, of His tears, of His cries, and .of .His atjgor and disgust,- but there is only one record of His singing. And the record shows that He sang on the night that should have been the saddest in His life. What a challenging example the Master has set for His disciples! Scmgs'of praise in the darkest hours! Hie Lord's Table will be spreacd at the close of the worship period Sunday morning. All Chris- iUms are welcome to the fellowship of the Table. The .sermon for the night service, beginning at 7:30, nnd continuing for only one hour, is on an evangelistic theme: "A Personally Conducted Journey." It portrays Christ as the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Thos. Brcwster, Minister Sunday school 9:45 o. rn. classes for all ages. Morning service at 10:.")^ \\. m. followed by the Sacrament, of the Lord's Supper. Evening Service at 7:30 p. m. Monthly meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary Monday nt I! p. m. Beginning Monday night am! continuing through Thursday we will have our Annual Church School of Missions with classes for all age groups. Supper will bo served in connection with the meetings on Monday and Thursday. Our people are urged to attend all of the meetings. Dr. Bogg made n fine talk on 1he Oxford Conference which he intended the past summer ns one of the two official representatives from the Southern Presbyterian church, this address was given nt the October Men of the Church Supper meeting Thursday night. The pastor attended the fall meeting of Ou;icbitii Presbytery held last Tuesday nnd Wednesday nt the Scotland Presbyterian church, four miles east of Junction City. There was a splendid representation of members, elders and much important business was transacted. The meeting of the Synod of Arkansas, will be held in Batesvillc Ocl 25, 20 and 27. Because of the ability to coagulate and wrap the poison in an insoluable covering, thus protecting the lining of the stomach, whites of eggs arc used as antidotes for certain forms of internal poisoning. a hunting trip, after which they will visit relatives in Los Angeles, Calif., before returning to Hope. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Neighbors will leave Sunday for Tcxarkana where Dr. Neighbors will attend a dental convention. They will return Monday night. CALLOUSES, PAINS HERE? Such pains are signs of weak or fallen arches. Dr. Scholl's Arch Supports provide immediate relief by removing the cause, strained muscles and ligaments. Let us relieve your foot aches and pains by the famous Dr.Scholl Method as we have hundreds of others. If your feet hurt come in for a Free Foot Test. HITT.'S BROWNhilt Shoe Store TRUSS We carry a . complete slock of /Trusses. We are careful to corrccl- ly,flt these trusses, and,our prices arc the lowest flint can lie made. No charge made for fitting. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Rexall Store Phone 63 Delivery Public Sale Postponed |J. M. KISINGKR, 11 miles south! [of Hope on Lcwisville Road,| [postponed (o Wednesday, Oclo- [licr 'Jflth. S. L Sanford Auctioneer WILL EXHIBIT AT HOPE ARK. ONE DAY ONLY SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16th EXHIBIT WILL BE LOCATED ON THE TEAM TRACK AT THE MISSOURI PACIFIC DEPOT IS LOVELY LADY A REAL MERMAID? ADMISSIONS JOc Exhibit Will Be Open to the Public FrPm NPOO Till 10 p. COMMTTTEiB, Bought and Paid For at 5 a Head! Enemies of Carl E, Bailey Wrongfully Use Dampcratic Party Funds to Jay Hired Workers for the Independent! Here's mmm the HHHI Evidence! BENTON STATE BANK BENTON, Tay— — to the order of ELECTION EXPENSE SALINE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE Secretary In open violation of the law, these manipulators within the Democratic Party spend funds collected from former Democratic candidates in Saline county which can legally be used only for the purpose of holding Democratic primaries. For what? To sponsor the candidacy of an Independent candidate who is openly anti-Roosevelt and anti-New Deal and, therefore, anti-Democratic. Don't Let 'em Fool You When these desperate ex-Democrats tell you that Governor Bailey's nomination by the Democratic State Committee is illegal, they are telling you that the following persons held office illegally in Arkansas: William F. Kirby, United States Senator. Mrs. Hattie W. Caraway, United States Senator. Mrs. Pearl Peden Oldfield, Congresswoman. Mrs. Effie Wingo, Congresswoman. J. S. Utley, Circuit Judge. Harry P. Wooldridge, Chancellor. Elmer Owens, Chancellor.. Duval Purkins, Circuit Judge. Guy Fulk, Circuit Judge. (And many others.) All of them were nominated by the Democratic State Committee. All of them were legally nominated, as the courts have held time after time. The Miller Manipulators know Governor Bailey's nomination is legal. They dared not take it to the courts. They knew the courts would uphold the nomination! Who Is Miller, Anyway? Did any of you ever hear of him before now? Did you know he has spent seven years in Congress —drawing $70,000 salary and expenses from the taxpayers' money—and during that time has introduced 68 bills and passed only five, all of them unimportant to you and the State of Arkansas ? Did you know he flew back to Washington this session to fight the President's 40-hour-week bill for the benefit of labor? That he has frequently obstructed the President and "ftie late Senator Robinson in the House of Representatives? That he missed 19 important roll calls, including the TVA, and failed to support. the.Presi- dent's veto five times? Even if he were a Democrat, what sort of a man is that to send to the Senate to take the place of the great Senator Robinson ? And what did you have to do with selecting Miller to get into this race? Nothing. You didn't even know there was such a man. He was selected by a small group of politicians, who have always hated Governor Bailey and were whipped by him last summer. Among them were some of the same bunch that tried to wreck the Light and Water Plant of Benton, the bunch that hated Bailey more.because they knew he had promised the good people of Benton that he would veto the bill wrecking the Light and Water Plant, if it ever passed the Senate and reached his desk. You All Know Bailey And you know his record. You know that we have more money in the school fund than ever before; that hundreds of old people in Saline county are getting pensions ; that crippled children and widows are being cared for by the state; that we have free text books; that 100 men and women of Saline county are employed in the Benton Unit of the State Hospital; that Governor Bailey has done more since January 9, 1937, to give Saline County a complete State Hospital than was done in six previous years. These are some of the things he promised to do if he were elected Governor. What he tells you he will do in the United States Senate—HE WILL DO! CAUL BAILEY WILL SPEAK! 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