Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 6, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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^Thursday, aegtembci; 6,1034 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS oae MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 321 Cnntcnmcnt Seek it in W ork, Heaven planned heaven sent; In the kingdom of toil nwnits th crown of content. Work! Woi-k! ah, how high and divin was its birth, When God, the first laborer, fnshionec the earth. The world cries for workers; not toil ers for pelf, But those who have sought to eliminate self. Can the lame load the race? Can the blind guide the blind We must better ourselves ere we better our kind. . . .E.W.W. J. D. Barlow and mother, Mrs. M H. Barlow returned Thursday morning from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Bnrlow spent thc last 10 days in thc Mayo clinic, and friends will be glad to know that her condition Is very much improved. Mrs. Joe Smith spent the week end with relatives and friends in Little Rock, she was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. Angle Wilson of Litlle Rock. Mr. ,md Mrs. George Sandefur havens house guest, Miss Byrd Cox of St. Louis. Miss Angle Lea Smith is the guest of Miss June Jingles in Benton. Mrs. Eallic Garrelt and daughter, Julia of Marshall, Texas were Thursday guests of Miss Maggie Bell. The Junion young women of thc Born as Girl, Now She's Boy Mrs. Brooks Shu Its has returnee from u visit with friends in Buffalo and New York, N. Y. Mrs. Marie McCorkle left Wednesday for a visit with her daughter Mrs. Ridley Smith and Mr. Smith in £anta Anna, California. Mrs. Smith will he remembered as Miss Josie Me Corkle. VS. MALARIA ifC Liquid or Tablets-Checks Mnlarin In Three Uays. Sure Preventive. New Coats Just received complete line of new winter Sport Coats. Popular prices. Ladies Specialty Shop "Exclusive Bui Not Expensive" "She wouldn't walk down the street in an 1895 dress; but she lives with 1895 furniture." Old furniture taken in trade Hope Furniture Co. Pimm- Mve First Methodist church met Tuesday / nfternoon in the home of Miss Mary ,,. 0| ' rnllonsi Cornelia Holliway on South Pine. Th !lice program opened with a Scripture read ing by the leader, Miss Jewell Scolct A very interesting program was givei by the following: Evelyn Stinson Marian Smith. Evelyn Brian!, France. Snyker, Mabel Barmim and Bcalric Gordon, closing with a prayer b; Mary Cornelia Holluway. After a slior' business period the hostess served i delicious salad course. The proposed transformation of Pennsylvania's Clara Kclirccknn- gost into a lioy tins mod lea I precedent as this picture ol Henri Access rev-en Is. Through a series of tlin child, burn . has bccomo llonrl. Now )G yoars ol.1. In a few inure years he will tie alilp to niiirry and heroine 11 Shover Springs Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McWillinmg spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John Recce. The condition of Mr. Recce is still unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lascter and Parker were business visitors in Little Rock Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tommic MeWilliams and children Robert and Louise hove returned from returned to their home in Lceling City, Texas, aflccr spending n few days with their father, J. W. McWilliams and Mrs. McWilliams nnd other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lnsoler and son of Hope and Cecil Lascter of Shover spent last Sunday in Shrcveport, La., visiting their brother Wash and family. Gilbert Darwin has returned to his homo in Morrllton after spending the sumcr with his grandmother, Mrs. Sallic Darwin. Mrs. Charles Rogers was Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs, J. W. McWilliams. Miss Marjorie Bycrs spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Gilbert, near Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. John Caldwell spent Sunday with Mrs. Virgil England and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merrcll Huckabce have returned home after visiting their father in Texarkana and other relatives near New Boston. Jo c McWilliams of La Cruses, N. M. is visiting relatives here. Parker Rogers spent Sunday with Taylor Phillips. The singing at this place was well atlendcd last Sunday. J. W. England was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Reed last Sunday. Hallis Dickson of Bodcaw and Oma Sherman of Harmony were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lee England last Sunday night. Mrs. Clark Churchhill spent the past week end with Mrs. Bryan Rug- glcs. Mis.-. June Ruggles entertained thc young people Friday night wilh a party. All had a nice time. Bryan Ruggles and family and sister, Miss Forrest Ruggles and Mrs. Chirk Churchwell of Ky., all attended By Helen WthMmer VOU are » charming sort of lad, And J fitrforce agree You have loo fine a flair for love To practice constancy. A GIRL whose feel liave dancing wnys Is someone lo pursue Until you've vnuaht her in swift arms— Al least, that's wfial you do. PUJK eyes liolj fond allure for you Until you make thorn say A little speech of prelly love Ytfu never look away. ' i A ND any time a gipsy mitd Turns round lo smile a( you You are not satisfied unlil You've begged a kiss or two, A ND wliy \villi wanton channs about You .still come bark lo me, Tonsislcnlly, my dearest one, Hcmains a myslcryl Methvin Arrested On Bank Robbery Charg SHREVEPORT~La~- (/p) -Henrj Melhvin, erstwhile companion o Clyde ^ Barrow and Bonnie Parker father's tip to officers is credited wit having led to the killing of the tw desperadoes, v/as arrested here Wed ncsday afternoon by Sheriff T. R Hughes. Methvin. the sheriff said, is want ed for robbery of a bank, at Mont gomory, Grant parish, several month ago. Since Barrow and Parker were am bushed and killed by Frank Hammer ex-Texas Ranger captain, Sheriff Hen derson Jordan, of Bienville parish.ani other officers, Methvin has been liv ing in Bienville paris, near Castor His father, Irvin Methvin is credited with having put Barrow and Parker "on the spot" in return for a pardon for Henry from the Texas penitentiary where he was serving a 10-year term for robbery. 1MI. by M:A Scrvirc, liu- All n'lirinl unit .SOUR rinlils n-si-ivrd.i Blevins CM i r> . wuinv V*IIUIL-IIWUU oi ivy., iui aucncH r.';. Uinrels Roufon is spending the ;, family reunion at DcAnn Sunday. week with relatives in Little Rock. Mrs. Albert Jewell mid son Horace, have returned from a sl;\y in Shre- veborl, Ly. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marbcrrj and son, Albert of Long Beach, Calif, arc visiting Mr. Marberry's mother Mrs. Joe Eaves. Mr. and Mrs. Early McWilliams were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gifford' Bycrs. Miss Darlyn Sanford of Hope spent Monday night with Miss Eleanor McWilliams. Mr. and Mrs. Deward Collier spent Miss Beryl Henry left Tuesday morn „„, UI1U mrs . ^ewaru oomcr spcni in? for ii short business trip to Little • Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard n ° ck - • Collier. ... rr ° Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith Miss Mnr.v Hnynes in the guest of her, August 2-1, a son. Mother and baby do- cousm, Lucinda Blakcley in Little i n g fine Rock. -o Miss Marjorie McWilliams spent Fri day night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McWilliams. The Hope chapter 0. E. S. No. 328 wil hold its regular meeting at the Masonic hall at 8 o'cuock Thursday light. All members are urged to be present. Dr. G. E. Canon. Miss Josephine _ -unnon, Mrs. Harold Ward and son.urally and matter of fact as though lobert, and Miss Muriel Rogers, re- 1 he were the teacher— "I am going to llrl1 "' home Wednesday night after oulpunch the puncher. I'm going to wcclts visiftn Chicagb..' '" ' j keep so everlastingly on top of him . ... " ° throwing leather that he'll never have A wedding of much interest (o their a chanc c to do anything but duck and ' ROSS CONFIDENT (Continued from Page One) ' ? f _ MissMorIon Wock - 1>m to fight him this e ,. „ ~ i uiuv.i\. liu KUIUJ; 10 II^IIL mm inis of Hope and Troy L. Con-j timc as (hollgh Km|lc Rocknc wcrc lormerly of Lubbock Texas., m man ager. My offense will be my . ,,,.,' took plilce Sunday, Aug- t j e f ensc ." ic ionic ol Die ttcv. and I "j know hc can't hurt me." hc said 111 H' 8 " 11 ' fA . rk ', Wit1 ' th V'''"d I know loo whnt he also knows ocott otticiating. Mrs. Mrs. John £. Harts-field of Hope. Mr. Connor is a graduate of Lubbock high school and thc son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Conner of Bridewell Lake. They wil make their home in this City where the bride-groom is associated with Ccx-Cassidy Machine company. f ° l l "'. ly m °'' C '. l thmkni knock thls lmlc ln onc of thc latc THE NEWS REVIEW (Continued from l^a^e One) tin- [ As lie went through his last boxing workout here, Ross was the answer lo a fight manager's prayer. His shoulder and arm muscles seemed I pounds licavier than in April and he j scaled Wi pounds, a hint that his i days ns a genuine lightweight are I numbered. Hc hits harder, sharper and he's a cuning dynamo of activity. —_ _— . Barney's shifting of his camp here part of some empty-headed girl, j from Fcrndale, N. Y.. for a final work....... „ ... X X . X , , put. pepped up a lagging situation William Collins, head of the Cook considerably and pave indication that county highway police in Illinois, be-j (he warriors will attract perhaps licvers that ncckcrs and naggers cause $150,000 worth of clients to Madison more fata traffic accidcnt.s Hum do Sr|U;irc Garden's big bowl on Long drunken drivers. Engaged couples, lie says, engage in the traditional by-play of engaged couples as they drive along thc rood. Being thus occupied they fail t.o watch their driving closely. Presently, buna -and I he-re's {mother simishiip. With marrii-d folk it often works the ctli foil Miss Margaret Magncss has returned home after a months' visit in Bridgeport, Conn., visiting her aunt, Mrs Henry H. Spraggs. Miss Frankie Emery of the Tri-Stalc hospital in Shrcveport, La., visited her mother, Mrs, Dora Emery. Mrs. Hattic Ellis of Hope is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Ralph Beatty. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Riddick and son of Smackover spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wade enroutc to Galvcston, Texas on their vacation. Mr', and Mrs. Lee Measles and daugh tcr, Marian June of Whelcn Springs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Price. Mr. and Mrs. George Townscnd of Arkadclphia spent the week end visiting relatives. Mrs. Alva Gross and small son have returned home after attending the wedding of her brother, Roy Golden at Arkadclphia. There was a home coming dinner served at F. P. Smith's Sunday with 83. present. Those present besides relatives were the Rev. Joc Stiles, pastor of 'the Baptist church, Ralph Keller, Mrs. Mac Garland, Miss Lucile Dehan, Mr. and Mrs. McKamic of Hope and Monroe Young'' of Little Rock. All present reported a fine time. Mrs. Mac Ray of Camdcn is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McClcllan. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Smart, Mrs. Sam Sinnrt of Conroc, Texas arc visiting Mrs. L. N. Smart. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rogers and children of Camdcn spent the week end visiting wilh Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vickers moved to Warcn Monday where they will make their home. Misses Fay and Magdaline Hood spent Monday and Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Branton in Little Rock. Rosston Rt. 2 A very nice shower fel here Monday morning. Not quite enough to sow turnips though. Quite a few farmers have picked over their cotton crops and gathered heir corn through here, crops arc bout one third of normal. Mr. and Mrs. Clio Mitchell are the iroud parents of an 8Vi pound boy, >orn Sunday night. Both mother and laby doing fine. Union church is almost completed now and a scries of protracted meet ings wil begin on the fourth Sunda in September by Pastor Chism Bar ham of Prcscott aided by the Rev E. C. Bright and Wesley Thommaso of Prescott. The "mud skipper," a fish foun in East Africa, lives on land, bu must keep its tail moist, since breathes through it. Shooting of Columbo h Held Accidental LOS ANGELES! - &>) -r n abject grief, Lansing V, Brown, Jr., portrait photographer to many film stars, heard himself exonerated by a coroner's jury of all blame for 'the death of his best friend, Russ Columbo. The jury had listened to Brown's story of what occurred in his study last Sunday afternoon. It had examined the old duelling pistol which sent a bullet into the singer's head while Brown was exhibiting it to him. And when the inquest ended, the jury found that Columbo. 2C, "came to his death from a gunshot wound In the head inflicted by an old pistol Jrt Hie hand of Lansing Brown Jr. We find Ihe shooting to have b«en accidental and exonerate Brown from, all blame." ''# *k- * EASES ACHES R ELlEVESj>aln<juIcMywlth<nri<l««l" cnintt nerves or upsetting gtom*eh. Banish™ nerve strain. Brings wdeoffl* relaxation. Correctly blended formal*. elson-Huckins Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized—Each PHONE 8 DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 MILES IS ELECTED (Continued from Page One) an engraved and framed resolution of •cspecl to the memory of her husband jdopted by the Los Angeics post vhich was named for him. Monthly Pains Relieved Women who take CABDUI have found, that severe monthly pains have been relieved and that by continued use of it for a reasonable length of time their strength has been renewed and their general health improved. "I am glad to speak n few words for Cartful, thc medicine I have taken for a weak, run-down condition, for bad pains in my aide and back and for irregular periods," writes Mrs. Boy Chandler, of Cusscta, Ala. "Cardul straightened me out and I felt 100 per cent better. It certainly helped me," Thousands of women testify Cardut benefited them. If It does not benefit YOU, consult a. physician. ANNOUNCING the opening of THE HOPE SCHOOL OF DANCE Under the direction of JESSA DEE GLASGOW \ branch of Texarkana School of Dance, under the direction of Ruth Natcha 'homas, a graduate of the Dunce Masters of America, Inc. Ml types of dancing and health work taught. Sensational tap steps, new sical comedy routine, ballet, ballroom, adagio and acrobatic, school in which your child acquires grace, self confidence, charm, poise,' personality and health without which all other accomplishments arc a failure. Watch the paper for location and opening date. Ruth Natacha Thoma.s, 418 Texas Avenue, Texarkana, Texas . answer to a ; maiden s prayer for beautiful chiffons that wear longer! Guar- antecd first quality. 42-gnuge chiffons assure you of a hose thai will wear surprisingly well . . for its reasonable price! You'll want ant NEWEST SHADES Chiffon and Service weights. HUT'S S-* Shoe Store Island. Their first match drew ?1'J4,000. Person in Hollywood , mi nulling iijuv iiunun WOI'KS me' HOLLYWOOD, Ca] —(/P)— Charley icr way. They quarrel, as married [ Chaplin remains the wealthiest in J l< occasionally do, get all wrapped Hollywood's film colony. ] ii|) in the cjiiuiTL-1, forget all the ha/.- Grcta Garbo has an 580 automobile j compared with Joan Crawford's $2011) one. "BANK NIGHT' The "cream" of all c.xtr;jv;i;,';m/;t mu.s- ii-al hits! Sea All These! DICK POWELL GINGER ROGERS 4 MILLS BROS. TED'FIORITO & BAND PAT O'BRIEN 3 RADIO ROGUES AND HOST OF OTHERS "Flying Liberty gives it 4 slurs Paramount News Screen Souvenirs Will Rogers i.s the Inrgcst land own-, Lloyd has the costliest' n-ds of traffic and again, there's another Kinashup on the highways. The moral sec-ins to bo that any activity which diverts any part of the j ner. Harold motorists' attention from (he job of furniture. rlrving is likely to have serious conse-' These are some of the facts about the private affairs of thc movie folk! in thc records of thc county lax collector and the county auditor. All the figures arc assessed valuations, 'ihe actual value may be much hii'hcr. The comedian who can't be movet. to make a talkie after the use of a cane, derby, baggy pants and funny shoes raised him from poverty to I riches has properly assessed at ?3,.. i Greta Garbo's record on the assess-{ or's rolls is about as sparce as her in- j tcrviewK. which arc nil. i The rolls show two things listed for j the elusive Swede, who is reported j lo be getting a salary of $10,000 a week, i Tin.- items listed as her properly arc ' an 580 auto and ?, r )5,lUO in bonds. Will Rogers is known to the t»x c-ulleclor as William P. Rogers, landholder, and has a long list of properties in Los Angeles county having iin assessed valuation of $322,920. 1 Atkins Files August Primary Expense Account LITTLE ROCK-f/Pi-Among eight candidates for public office at thc | August 14 primary who filed expense i accounts with the .secretary of state i Thursday were Fletcher McElhmmon. ! of Arkudclphiii. for conuress in the cvi'iitli di.stricl; $I.50i.iO. W. S. Atkins of Hope, for congress I in lilt 1 Seventh disli-icl; ?1,272.55. L. S. Britt. of El Dorado, for circut judge of the Thirteenth district; resiling Copyright. IJ34, Tho Amerlr,an Tubacuo CUDJDUIJ Australia supplies an average of 21JOU horses a year to thc military service in Indi'j. V Your "It's toasted ' J throat protection— against irritation— against cuugh Only the 4< (3ffeani of the Crop"--the clean center leaves —are used in Luckies—be- cause the clean center leaves are the mildest leaves—they cost more—they taste better.

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