Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1937 · Page 3
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M Saturday, October 16,198' i «.<*.*,'•».*.«.n ' r-tf-i'nr-.iyh.^rr-iT-ti-n-./. • - --yr HOPE STAR, H0!% ARKANSAS 4MI Sf llf \TV HH HI TO fiO "China Seas" to . Return to Rialto Clark Gable, Wallace Beery, Jean Harlow at Kialto Theater Three of filmland's most brilliant Starts return for a special showing in tho spectacular production, "Chinii Sens," Sunday, Monday mid Tucstlny nt the Riiilto. The stars nrc Clnrk Gable, Joan Harlow and Wallace Beery. In n stirring story of adventure and romance 1 , n story tluu teems with lusty action and it bounds with strange emotional qualities that brings them together. The locale is, perhaps, the strangest nnd most fascinating yet seen on the screen—the wild southeast toast of China, Inst stronghold of twentieth century pictures. It is n region of howling tropical hurricanes, and of strange perils. All of these Imve (heir part in the film, the physical dangers providing a fitting background of the powerful huiinin drama of fierce loves, bitter hates and sinister intrigue. HES ST. MAUK.S KJ'flSUM'AL CHUKL'II Church .services at St. Mark's Episcopal Church Sunday morning; Sunday School 10.15. Morning Prayer lljOO by Lay Leader. GAHKKTT AIKMOKAL BA1TIST Hollls A. I'urtle, Pastor Our Sunday school has shown n marked growth in the pa.sl few weeks, however there are still many of our members who are carele.ss about attending church services. We urge you to be more attentive to the Lord's work. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. B. Y. P. T. C. 6:30 p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Elder K. S. Ray will preach at Garrett Memorial Baptist Church Sunday at 11 a. m. Elder Hay is pastor of the Main Stret Baptist church of Pine Bluff and one of the outstanding preachers of the state. Bo .sure to hear him at the 11 o'clock hour. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH \V. R. Hamilton, I'aslor Sunday school at 3:45 with classes for all ages. Morning worship at 10:55 with sermon by the pastor on. "The Duty of Development." Training Union at G:30 with programs of interest to all ages. Evening service at 7:30 of especial interest to young people. The pastor will preach on "Problems of the Young Christian." All young people who do not attend elsewhere are invited to this service. HOPE CiOSPKL TABKRNACLE Bert Welih, I'aslor Sundri yschou! will iiu'ct next Sun- clay at 9 o'clock instead of 9:-15 clue to the fact that Uu< Hempstead County Singing Convention i.s to meet at the Gospel Tabernacle beginning at 10 o'clock. In order to hold up the attendance we a.sk that everyone will make a special effort to he at Sunday school 45 minutes early fur this Sunday. The pastor will speak at 11:45 just before the intermission for iliuner. Miss Ha/el Conway of Little Rock will speak to the Young People at fi:45 nnd will deliver the sermon of the evening nl the evangelistic serviee beginning at 7:4."). This young evangelist is one of the outstanding young women preachers we have: ever met and a large crowd i.s expected to heaer her. Male Quartet and Orchestra music Will make the service more enjoyable. Spend an enjoyable hour, Sunday night, at the Tabernacle. 'It is Hope's Full-gospel center. "Double or Nothing" to Open at Saenger Theater on Sunday The fortunate gent In (he center of (his giila.vy of henuly Is Wlllluhl Frawle.v, one nt the comedians responsible for the liitigli.s In the Bluff Crosby comedy "Double or Nothing," Sunday nt the Saciigvr. Mnrllm Rnye, Andy Devlin; nnd a list (if famous vaudeville mid radio entertainers assist, while the girls surrounding Priixvlcy supply beauty and melody. MRS. SID HtfNRY TELEPHONE 321 Life Lei me live from ycnr to ye:ir, With forward face and unrclucUint soul. Not hastening to, nor turning from the Konl; Not mourning for the things that disappear In the dim past, nor holding back in fear Fnr what the future veils; but with a whole And happy heart that pays its toll To youth and age, and travels on with cheer. So let the way wind up l.he hill or down, Through rough or .smooth, the journey will be joy; Still seeking whiil I sought when but a boy, New friendship, high adventure, and ;t crown. I Shall grow old, but never lose life's /.est. Because the road's last turn will be the best.—Henry VanDykc. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mark's Episcopal church will meet at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. B. Koonre. East Third street, with Miss Nettie Brogdcn and Miss Louise Knobcl as hostesses. ~O- The Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will meet at three o'clock Monday afternoon at the church. -O- As special compliment to Mrs. L. J. Katlum of Tallulah, La., house guest of her sister, Mrs. Gco. Mcehan, Mrs. L. W. Young entertained at two tables of bridge on Friday afternoon at her home on Smith Hervey .street. Colorful autumn flowers adorned the rooms, and the lug h.score favor went to Mrs. J. M. Guthric. The honoree was presented with a dainty gift. Following the game, the hostess served a most tempting dessert course with hot coffee. Misses Wyble Wimberly and Jcun- nelte Wilt are spending the week-end with relatives and friends in Little Rock. -O~ Miss Harriett Richardson, principal of Oglesby school, is the week-end HEAR! HEAR! J. II. Alphin, chairman of th« Arkansas Highway Commission, will toll the voters of Southwest Arkansas how the Arkansas Highway Program will IK; benefited by the election of Carl E. Builcy as United States Senator. Hear Mr. Alphin's address from 12:00 to 12:SO noon on Sunday, October 17. Tune in on Hadio Station KM LI.) 1370 k. c. El Dorado or Radio Station KCMC, M20 k. c., Texarkana, Klect CARL E. BAILEY DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE U. S. SENATOR guest of home folks in Warren. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer arc weekend guests of relatives and friends in Bcbee and Pine Bluff. Mr, and Mrs. B. L. Kaufman have as week-end guests, Mrs. Kaufman's neicc, Miss Sarah Erwin of Ouachita college, Arkadclphia, A wedding of unusual interest throughout the state was that of Miss Betty Burton, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Burton of Lewisvillc, Ark., and Mr. George W. Peck, of Arkadelphia, was beautifully solemnized Friday evening, Octbocr 15, at 7:30 o'clock in the home of the bride's parents, with Rev. Ira Patishall reading tho impressive ring ceremony, The place of ceremony was an improvised altar of southern smilax, ferns and palms. Tall beauty vases containing mammoth gold chrysanthemums and wrought iron candelabra, holding burning gold tapers completed the decorations. Mrs. H. W. McWillian at the piano played Liebestraum nnd Trammeri and accompanied Mrs. H. H. Clayton of Lewisville, who sang "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawning." The processional from Lohengrin was used nnd "Venitian Love Song" was played during the ceremony. P. D. Burton Jr., only brother of the bride, lighted tho altar candles. Little Miss Gloria Burton Tripplctt dressed in blue taffeta carried the ring in a Calla lily. Miss Martha Virginia Stuart of Ar- kadclphia, maid of honor, was gowned in blue chiffon velvet, and carried a cascade of pink asters. The bride came down the wide winding .stairway on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. Her brunette beauty was enchanced by a gown of Spanish Empire Gold after Maimbocher. She wore a short illusin veil and long gloves piped in gold. Orchids with Lily of Valley streamers were mounted on a prayer book, which belonged to her grandfather, the late Major John Bailey Burton of Virginia. Her only ornament was her mother's finely plaited gold bracelet set with diamonds. Kiilph Williams of Arkadclphia, brolher-in-law and business partner of the groom served as best man. An informal reception followed the ceremony. White chrysanthemums and brides roses were used throughout the spacious reception suite. Mrs. Burton received in a wine colored crepe with brown accessories, assisting wore Mrs. J. B. Burton, Mrs. R. M. Burton and Mrs. C. B. Kitchens, aunts of the bride. Mrs. M. O. Oglesby, also an aunt of the bride, presided over the bride's book. A plaque of gardenias and lilies of the valley centered the lace covered bride's table. Tall white tapers burned in crystal holders. The ices and individual wedding cakes followed the briduy motif. Assisting Mrs. H. L. Lester in the dining room were Mrs. W. H. Tripplelt, Misses Louise Oglcs- by, Snow Drew and Cora Burton, all cousins of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Peck departed for u wedding trip to New Orleans, Florida and other points of interest in the south. For traveling, Mrs. Peck choose u Delia Meyers original costume suit of mahogony, with cross-fox fur and matching accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Pock will reside in Arkadelphia. Mrs. Peck graduated from Ouachita College, Arkadelphia, with honors, and l:as been actively associated with General Federated Women's Club work and lust year was a member of the Arkadelphia High School facuilty. Her See Our $5,00 Silk Dresses LAPJES' Specialty Shop "Marked Woman" at New on Sunday Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart Stars of Underworld Drama Noteworthy In several respects is the First National melodrama "Marked Woman," starring Betle Davis nnd featuring Humphrey Bogart and Eduardo Ciannelli in addition to a number of other prominent players, which will have its local premiere at the New theater Sunday and Monday, For one thing, it brings back to the screen, after a rather extended holiday, the slim blonde emotional actress who last year won tho coveted gold statuette of Academy of Motion Picture Arts nnd Sciences for the best performance by any feminine player. For another, it has a strong and vivid story dealing fearlessly with the plight of a group of night-club hostesses who are the unwilling tools of a big-time racketeer and his ruthless gang. Miss Davis is shown as one of a group of hostesses who arc under the domination of the boss racketeer. The other girls are Isabel Jewell, Jane Bryan, Lola Lane, Rosalind Marquis and Mayo Methot. Ciannelli, tho menacing villain of "Wintcrsel," plays the head man of the rackets, and Humphrey Bogarl, who was one of the traitorous "Black Legion" in his last screen appearance, \s the fearless prosecutor. Lloyd Bacon, whose forte is strong melodrama, directed the picture from an original play written especially for Miss Davis by Robert Rossen and Abem Finkcl of the Warner staff. New Fuels Ready If OiHJives Out Are to Be Manufactured From Coal, Straw and Cornstalks PITTSBURGH.—(/Pj—An oil expert predicted Friday that new ways of fueling automobiles would be developed on a practical basis before the nation's natural oil supply fails. J. P. D. Hull of Tulsa, Okla., business manager of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, said: "Methods of obtaining liquod fuel from coal and fodder, such as straw and corn-stalks, although not yet commercialized, will be developed to greater perfection when natural oil gives out." Now You Can Leave the Potted Plant at Home ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.-(/P)—There's a new gadget, devised by S. Herbert Smith, to water the potted geranium while you're on vacation. Operated by the heat of the sun, it will squirt ten ounces of water into a flowerpot on sunny days. Smith says the plant won't need water when there's no sun fa dry it out. Smith's gadget consists of a metal tank, a length of rubber tubing, and a tiny needle valve. The heat of the sun expands the air in the lop of the tanks and forces a couple of drops of water through the tube to the plant. Maybe That's When Mud Hens Were Born ZANESV1LLE, Ohio.l/TV-Folks suiy- cd close in their own bailiwick in this section along in hte 1850's, to judge from a copy of an old Zanesville paper discovered here by Mrs, Samuel M. Wince. The paper, dated March 26, 1856, relate sthat spring weather had produced mud up to five feet deep in the principal streets. The editor recommended plank sidesvalks. Another item concerned a proposal for carrying mail to Marietta, Ohio, a distance of 64 miles, in the "short" lime of two days. News from fur places consisted of squibs on Jenny Line! singing in New York and troop movements in the Crimean war. Tufts of feathers form the. "horns" of horned owls. father is prominent in the timber and lumber industries of Arkansas and Louisiana. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peck of Maiden, Mo., received his education at the University of Arkansas, where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. For the past three years he has been manager of the Ozan Graysonia Lumber company of Arkadclphia. Recently he and Ralph Williams, also of Arkadelphia purchased the Tom G. Clark Retail Lumber company and formed the present Clark County Lumber company of Arka- dclphia. Out of town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Williams, Mrs, B. Meador, Mrs. John Stuart, Mrs. H. L. Winburn, Mrs. Jan Williams, Miss Caroline McCorkle, Miss Marjorie Meador, Philip McCorkle, Phil McCorkle Jr., Bill Winburn, Dougal McMillan and W. H. MeWillan, all of Arkadelphia; Mrs. H. L. Winburn Jr.. of Little Rock Gaston Gibson of Boydel, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fowler of Shrcvcport, La., Mr. and Mrs J. R. Boney of Stamps; Mrs. J. H. Henagan, Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pearce, Heflin, La.; Mr. and Mrs Robert Kennon, Minden, La.; Mrs H. A. West, Miss Hatlie Anne FeiUl Mr. and M,rs. Albert Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allison, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Briant, E. T. Wayte, all of Hope; Har- rcll Cabe, Gurdon; Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Montgomery, Garland, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell, Joella, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis, Miss Betty Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Lawson, all of Magnolia, Ark. "Borneo" to Play at Rialto Here Wednesday and Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Johnson in n scene from "Borneo," Twentieth Century-Fox release, with one of the natives of that legendary land of terror. Headquarters und Murut men with death-breathing blowguns still lurk In Its forbidding jungles. "Borneo" shows Wednesday and Thursday at the Riallo. The yenr 1878 saw the appearance of the first shift key typewriter to be manufactured. SAENGER SUN.-MON. & TUBS. Bing Crosby & Martha Raye -in— "Double or Nothing" WEDNESDAY ONLY 2 Shows.' 2:30 and at 8 p. m. Robert Taylor & Irene Dunne —return in— "Magnificent Obsession" THURSDAY & FRIDAY Gene Raymond, Harriett Hilliard Poc Peruier & Victor Moore —in— "The Life of The Party" RIALTO SUN.-MON. & TUBS Gablc-Harlow and Beery in a Nreturn of "CHINA SEAS" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY Martin Johnson's last picture. Unbelievable, but true:— "BORNEO" Double Show at Both Theaters SATURDAY SATURDAY ONLY BOB STEELE -in- "Gunlords of Stirrup Basin" with LOUISE STANLEY Also Churlle Chase Comedy "WRONG MISS WRIGHT" No. 2 "The Painted Sallion" SUN. & MON. Every Woman should sec this picture—Every man will want to see if. Meet the girls who got caught in n racket! The Academy Award Winner BETTE DAVIS —In— "Marked Woman" with Humphrey Bogart Lola Lane Jane Bryan Isabel Jewell Allen Jenkins Raymond Hatton —ALSO— In Technicolor-Musical Dick Koran mid Linda Perry "THE SUNDAY BOUNDUl"' Pictorial Review Eyelash Fool ha 11 Knitting Usual Prices Balanced Budget (Continued from Page One) tel Conway Will Speak Here Sunday Little Rock Evangelist to Deliver Sermon at Hope Gospel Tabernacle Evangelist Miss Hazel Conway of Little Rock will speak at the Hope Gospel Tabernacle, North Main street, Sunday night at the evangelistic service beginning at 7:45. Miss Conway is at the present time assisting in the establishing of a Home Mission church among the French people of Southern Louisiana at the tiwn of Gueydan. She says that they speak French entirely and that it is practically the same as any foreign mission station along many lines. The young evangelist is a graduate of Central Bible Institute at Spring field, Mo., and was chosn as the valedictorian of her 'class when she' graduated last year. She is considered my many to be one of the most outstanding speakers to have ever graduated from the school. Miss Conway was on the program at the Arkansas District Convention ftt Russell ville the past week and is oft he? way back to Gueydan, La, She will speak to the Young People at 6:45 and again in the regular service at 7:45. Special Vocal and instrumental music will feature the night service. TliS Tabernacle Male Quartet and possibly another outstanding Male Quartet wiU sing in addition to the Tabernacle of- chestra. Due to the Hempstead County Siftg« ing Convention meeting at the Taber* nacle Sunday the Sunday school will be held at 9 instead of 9:45. The pub* lie is invited to all the services of the day. A certain form of bronze is so porous that it will soak up oil like a sponge; the quantity it will absorb equals one- fourth of its own mass. Unique among chemical compounds is water, which has the power to dissolve more substances than any other medium known. Too Late to Classify FOR SALE—Jersey cow, heifer calf. Auction sale Friday, October 22 at'10 a. m. Lige Bishop, 4% miles northwest of Blevins. 16-3tp ties and Exchange Commission, said he still disagreed with the administration on the capital gains and undistributed corporation profits taxes. He believed both levies could be "adjusted" so as to bring in approximately the same amount of revenue and still permit business to expand. Asked how this could be done, he said he would keep his "mouth shut and let the Treasury do that." He did say, however, that budgetary considerations should always be in mind in any tax revision. 'As for the capital gains levy, it "never got us much revenue anyway," He believed it could bo changed so as perhaps to bring in more revenue through encouraging business to invest more funds. On the undistributed surplus profits tax, he said: "There is a way to get the income and still make it less onerous on business than under the present method." Hope, Wednesday Oct. 27 TWO Shows Daily at 2 and 8 p. m. One Day Only, Rain or Shine. Circus-grounds on old Highway 67 Sanford Pasture BIG CIRCUS BARGAIN DAY See. your Merchant for Free Guest Tickets. SHOW THATiT DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT Lots of Wild Animals, Scores of Big Ton Stars who will thrill and entertain you. Lots of pretty girls. See Ruth, that comical elephant perform who is over 100 years old and lorgci than the famed JUMBO. 9c GOVERNMENT COTTON LOAN FORMS RECEIVED Forms for effecting government 9-ecnt loans are here, and we are now prepared to arrange loans with the same prompt and careful consideration that we have extended the producer for over 30 years. The evidence of this constructive and gratifying service is the retention of the valuable patronage of some of the largest and most influential planters in the Hope territory' for that unusual length of time; and those who anticipate placing their cotton in 9-cent government loans can be assured of this most satisfactory attention. Furthermore, they will find it to their decided advantage to arrange their loans through our firm. Respectfully, E. C. BROWN & CO, Cotton Merchants 8 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Return Showing SUN. MON. & TUBS. —of their greatest thrill picture! HROW — and — WALLACE BEERY — in —• "CHINA SEAS" WED — and — THUR ONLY Unbelieveable . . . but true! Martin Johnson's last picture "BORNEO" SIEIKoEft 3 days of fun with- SUNDAY MONDAY and TUESDAY t> on —Added- Paramount News & "Peeping Penguins" 2 SHOWS QNL.Y & 8 P. m« ONE PAY—WEP. —Return Showing— Robert Taylor—Irene Dunne "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION"

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