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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 7, 1934
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Friday, September 7,1934 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE MRS. SID HENRY ociety NRY in I HI TELEPHONE 321 How Long "Go break to the needy sweet charity's bread, For giving is living," thc angel said. "And must I be giving again and again," My peevish and pitiless answer ran. "Oh, no, " said the nncl, piercing mo • through, "Just give til! the Mn.ster stops 'giving .Selected. After n .short visit with Mrs. C. A. Bridewell, Mrs. Edward Bridewell has returned Citv. lo her home In Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. C. MeRac nncl children who have boon Hie guests of relutivcs for the bast ton days have returned to their home in Houston, Texas. Mi.ss Alma Hanna and Mrs. R. T. White mid Mrs. I). N. Mouser us liost- Libby Lingers Far From Broadway Promptly at 3 o'clock the meeting was ipcnetl by the president, Mrs. ' Wilbur Jones of Ozan ami following the rending of the impressive Ritual, and the Lord's Prayer in concert, the chapter hymn, "How Firm a Foundation" was led ' by Miss Maggie Bell. The usual business was transacted, flic secretary reading the minutes of the previous meeting and the executive board meeting, at which time the following officers were announced: President. Mrs. Wilbur Jones;' first vice-president, Mrs. dins. Hay-1 lies; second vice president, Mrs. J. F. Gorin; recording secretary, Mrs. J. F, Henry; corresponding secretary, Mrs. W. W. Duckctl; treasurer, Mrs. Don Smith; historian, Mrs. George Sprag-j Bins; Recorder of Crosses, Mrs. C. S. ' Miss Helen McRae has returned lo;Lowthorp; Custodian of flags, Miss ! her home after n six weeks' visit with Lucy Boyd; registrar. Mrs. Chas. I her sister, Mrs. Glennic Graham and. Locke, chapter poet, Mrs. W. O. Ship<-..... ... T, „_... „„, ,. i | LJ ^ a jj cll t O f t) lt . Southern Magazine. Mrs. H. T). Lipscomb, director of children's work, Mrs. R. T. White. | Delegates to the .state convention | Mr. Graham in Three Rivers, Mich. Mrs. C'aswell McRac of Fayotlevillc is the finest of her daughter, Mrs. N. W. Dcnly and Mr. Dcnty. The following young people will meeting in October were elected. The j program was in celebration of the 40th | birthday anniversary of the organiza- I _ _ _ _ „ „ ...... „,. leave the first of next week for Ark- (ion and opened with a most. irTleresl- adelphia, where they will enter Hen- ing paper on the life of Habhacl Sem- (Icrsoii State Teachers College: Misses, nlcs by Mrs. J. A. Henry, followed by Gtiiola Basyc, Ruby Owens, Josephine, an unusually inteersting paper pre- Morrls, Helen Bowden. Ruth Atkins, I I;ilro< | | jy Mrs. Chas. Locke and read Marie Black and Messrs Billy Wim- 1 |, y Mrs. Wilbur Jones on the Found- bcrly. Blackie Elliott, Robert O'Neal,! crs Day of the Organization. This Olin Lewis and Arthur Whilehurst. i splendid paper was featured by a The college dining hall will be open : sketch of the life of the first p'rcsi- Sunday night. ! dent. Mrs. M. C. Goodlett and stating • - ' n --- ! the objects of the organization as his- The different circles of the Womans i vr icn\, educational and social, its pur- Anxilary of the First Presbyterian : , )OM , | Jci|1( , pcn , ctu ,.,|, the high aims church will meet on Monday after- ; mx . lo honor the memory of those who noon as follows: Circle No. 1 in thet lcll jn t | lc , scrvicc uf ,| 1L . Confederate home of Mrs. L. A. Foster. Spruce hti , tcSi to protect, preserve and mark .•-•(reel; Circle 2 with Mrs. K. G. Me- p ] aco . s 1IKU l,. historic by Confederate Rac. Brookwood, Circle .'! with Mrs. A. J. Neighbors in field home on N. Pine street: Circle .ircle .1 with Mrs. Vil | 0 ,. ; to co llect and preserve the ma- the Ernest Wing- lc ,,. inl for ., u - ut i,f u i history of tlic Civ \\ war; to record history the part taken by Hosmcr. •I with Mrs. David Davis on East Third £ O uthern women in patient endurance street and Mrs. Leo Robins as joint | t , f hardships and patriotic devotion hostess. Circle 5 wil meet at 7:30 oil j c | ul . in g t)lc strugle, to fulfill the sa- Monday ovening with Mrs. George: L1 . cll dutv of benevolence and those dependent on them and to assist de! sccndants of worthy Confederates in Mss Geneva Vaughan entertained a! S (, cu ,. in! , tru! prol , el . education, to Frr.up of her friends at her home on I chttrish the'ties of friendship among North Hamilton slrcet in honor of her] the mom bcrs o f t i,e organization. Fol- out of town guest. Mi.ss Mollie Crowe | low | ng thc program a handsome birth- ri Preseott. Dancing was enjoyed , Hay o ff t , ring W11S received, after which game is sponsored to obtain funds for the purchasing'of a plant? for the church. Admislon 10 cents. Everybody invited. Miss Eathel Robertson left Sunday for Dallas where she will resume her sluldies of beauty culture. Mrs. C. D. Ball was a Nashville visitor Monday. Truett Webb of Nashville is spending n few dayh with his father W. A. Webb. Mrs. B. Robins spent Monday and Although Broadway expects Ltbby Molman Reynolds (left), the one-time torch singer, to make her debut ns a dramatic actress shortly, her thoughts seem to have been far from the theater as this picture wag taken at the National Cup Steeplechase meet near Baltimore. With her is Mrs. Louisa Jenney, who was her hostess wlico BUG wcot into seclusion following the death of her young husband, Smith Reynolds. throughri.it the evening. Guesls were: J. B. Preseott, Maxinc Kinser, Ivy Etedman. Denvey Hornoday. Hazel Bryant, Mildred Miller, Orville Stcd- the guests were inviieii into the primary room of thc school house which for the time being had been decorated and arranged for a dining room where man. Nathan Coleman, Ruth -Bryant,]., mosl bolmt if u i alu i tempting picnic Howard Miller and Jewell Bryant, j climu , r consisting of heaps of bcau- tilully fried chicken, a wonderful assortment of sandwiches, three kinds of home-cocked cakes, cookies and home-made pickles and refreshing punch was served by the hostesses. Guests other than the members were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Sanders have re-turned from a visit to Poteau and Oklahoma City. Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Collier. Mrs. Nannie Kidd, and Mrs. M. J. Warwick motored • to Little Rock Wednesday to attend the (uncrnl of their nephew Mrs. B. E. 'Newton of Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. Flcdy Matthews, Mi.ss Wilf . •-•••.'•----r,. ••:',„. , j. v, i lie. Stuart,,-Miss .Elizabeth :Hanna qt and .cousin. Chas. Wise who died on| Qzan .„„, Ml . A Fm . rlh Grct>n and M rs. luesday in a Little Rock hospital. SifJ Hunl . y of . Hopt , Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Williams have returned from a fishing trip to Chcs- nut, La., where they were lhc guests Resuming their activities summer vacation the Pat after a Cleburn chapter of the U.D.C. held one of the Q . „,. '.;' n[| Mrs E(]win Dossc , u ;lt thc • joyablc and profitable meet- L . ik( . yicw duh on B]nck lakc> Ml , most enjoy miff of the year on ihursday afternoon at the Goodlett school house! near O/.an. with Mrs. Ben Goodlett. ] ;mcl Mrs. Dossett are spending teir vacation visiting wit friends and relatives in CesnuH. Will he miss the ball .... No. neither will he miss "BANK NIGHT" next Wednesday .at the— O —a n d speaking aboul piclures . . . man, don't miss this musical exlra- vapjan/.a!!! "20 MILLION Sweethearts" --With- Dick Powell Ginger Rogers ami the MILLS BUGS. —SATURDAY— Oh—hum-m Here's another "jam-up" action filled DOVBLK PIUJGHAM that will thrill your "funny-bone"! JOHN WAYNE —In— "Weft of the Divide" No. 8 "Wolf Dog" PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Tl'os. BrcwfU'r, Pastor Sunday school at SIMS with classes for all ages. Morning worship at 10:55. Topic— "Isaiah's Call to Service." The young people will meet at G:;iO p.m. and thc ovenini,' service will bo at 7:.'!(). Mid week rclinuus hour Wednesday at 7:::() p.m. Topic will be "The I'ho- phcsy of Jeremiah." We extend a cordial. welcome lo all who are interested ! to attend these services. (JAKRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST C'HURCII The riev. Gene Moore of Texarkana will preach. Sunday school starts at 9:t7i; preaeh- inq at 11 in the morning and at 8 at ni.ubt. The public is invited lo these services. CHURCH ()!•' CHRIST \Vcst Killh anil Gnuly Streets Glenn A. Parks, Minister I'.ible study at 10 o'clock; preaching service al 11 o'clock. Subject for the I moriiin;! sermon, "The Church as uj Washington Mrs. L. F. Monroe and Mrs. Luther Smith were shopping in Texarkana last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Timbcrlakc and family visited relatives in Ringgold, and Shrevcporl, La., last week. Mix; Jewell Smith returned to Washington, D. C. Thursday after spending her vacation here with her family. - - • Mi.ss Roberta and Buddy Stuart have returned home from a month's visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Davis, in Solma, La. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grant and children, William Harold and Sarah, spent Sunday with Mrs. Sallie L. Ettcr and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ettcr Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. W .Butler left on Monday for Batcsville where Mrs. Butler has accepted the position of House Mother of thc boys' dormitory in Arkansas College. Mr. Butler returned home Wednesday where he wil remain for some time before join- will remain for some time before join- Mrs. C. N. Trimble of ElDorado has returned home after a visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Etter Jr. Mrs. Melson Frazicr and Mrs. M. H. Stewart have returned from a trip to New Orleans. La., where they visited Edward Stewart. Mrs. J. D. Laiiier of Brownsville, Tenn., is visiting her brother, Rev. W. E. Elmore and family this week. Mrs. W. 1. Stroud and Mrs. A. N. Stroud and Leonard Bearden spent Tuesday of last week in Shrcvcport buying fall goods for Stroud & Co. Mrs. Pink Horton visited friends in Camdcn and ElDorado Sunday. Mrs. Susie Barrow of Nashville and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barnctt of Texarkana spent Sunday with the Monroe family. Mrs. Jimmie Elmore and two children. Mrs. Georgia Ruth Ellis Grey and litlct son of Pine Bluff and Oscar Gold of Hot Springs were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dugger. Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Head and children of Arkadelphia spent the week end with Mrs. Head's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Levins and little daughter, Betty Sue. visited Miss Noelle Levins in Kilgore, Texas, last Sunday. They were accompanied by John James of Hope. Misses Julia Bearden and Agatha Bullard of the Spring Hill .school faculty, returned home Friday. They have been leaching in the summer school then-. Miss Ji'iia Levins of Spring Hill is visiting her brother, R. L. Levins and Mrs. Levins I his week. Mrs. Ncal Brewer and children of CJmn Springs and Mrs. H. L. Casey of PiiillrcfU'ld returned home after a visit (if a week with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dclony. Miss Joi'lla Gold entertained with a bunking party Monday night in lion r of her guest, Mi.ss Hatlie Smart of Shri'vupiirt. Those attending thc party besides the lionorec were the Misses Vivian Beck, Imogene Robinson, Mar- L'arct. Pruitt, Charlotte Agec, Lucille Hulsey and Margaret Sue Boyctt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dclony of Little Ruck wer the Sunday gue.sts of Mi. and Mrs. A. P. Dclony. Mi. and Mrs. W. D. Watkins and family spent Sunday in Waldo with . . n lr ml I liMMII} .^l«-nl Ullltv.u,, 111 ,1 lilvi.,1 •• ..•• I'anuly. Evenin.ij services at 7:-l5. Ini -'! ,. ( ,|.,|j v es i evening subject will be: 'The Union ^ ' w ,, KU(M . Jr js , lx ,, u |j n; , j Between Christ and the Church. w( . t . k m K | Dol .. ldo whh ht . r ))lir . It is our aim to make our services ^j^ M] . ;mc] Mi . s c N T , imbk , Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Be young again . . . Live over thc good old days with— WAJ.LACT Beersr apostolic as possible, ill order that we might help restore In the world i primitive Christianity with its sim- j plicity and purity. Everyone is invited ; tu attend hlese services whether you i arc a member of the church or not. ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL CHURCH ! Sunday, Scptcmhcr !llh : licv. Chas. C. Juiii'.s will conduct tin morning service at 11 o'clock and ' jvf,, n ,|;,y. i preach the sermon. Mr. Jones has re-I j\]Vs. K enls. Miss Vivian Beck spent the week end in .Shrcvcport the tfuest of Mrs. Fannie Olds and Miss Rosa Wallace. Mrs. Jane llulsey was a visitor in Hop Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Muldrow, Mr. and Mis. W. V. Fra/ier and Mrs. Warren Muldrow uf Hope are spending the week ramping at Baker Springs. Mrs. J. M. May, Mrs. Claud Agec. and Miss Claudia Agec were in Hope Arkansas from Mary- I cenU.y moved I I land and will j Episcopal chui | Hope. ; Everyone cordially invilix B. Black and Alfred Black have charge of h at Kurt-man I spent Sunday ill ElDorado with Miss Margaret Black and Mrs. E. W. McGough. FIRST BAPTISM CHURCH \V:llace R. Rogers, Pastor On next Sunday the regular services will be observed with an additional meeting in the afternoon at 2:30. At' this time (be Associational B.Y.F.U. | will hold it.-; last rally before llu:, gcnural association;!] m<v1ing and has; -•(•cured as the inspirational .speaker, i the Rev. Jacob Gartenhaus of the Bap; list Home Mission Board. Bro. Gar-I lenliaus has just returned from im-1 P'.rtant conventions in England and' Auxilar.v Notes 'i'lii; Presbyterian womans auxilary met Monday iiflernoon at the home of Mi.-'S Kathryn licit for the September Mtckd mi'cting. Hlie meeting w.is opened with a devotional by Mi.-s while in Germany. In lhc ab.-'ence of Bro. Rogers the I ulpit will be filled both morning and evening by the Rev. Jim Brewer Jr. 'i'he sermon subjects are: Morning— "Thc Foolishness ul Preaching" and m and will be abcl tu give an I tin.- cviiim,'. "Hypocrites." enlightening and interesting repui I The public is cordially invited to on the Jewish-Christian convention 01 attend all these services. Come mid England and his experience with it worship with us. IIoll, and prayer by Mrs. Kate Holt. During 1 a short business session Miss Holt was elected Iraesurcr to fill the uncxpircd term of Mrs. J. W. Butler who lias moved to Batcvillc. After a pleasant social hour the hostess served delicious peach ice cream and cake to the following members and two guests: Mrs. C. C. Stuart, Mrs. I. L. Pilkinton, Mrs. C. M. Williams, Mrs. W. H. Etter Jr., Mrs. Paul Dudney. Mrs Lee Holt, Mrs. Kate Holt, Mrs. Sam Mcrrell, Mrs. Elclyn Hubbard, Mrs. Gray Carrigan and Miss Jewell Smith of Washington, D.C. Surprise Picnic is Given For Mr. and Mi's. J. W. Butler A large number of thc friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Butler surprised them with a delightful farewell picnic last Thursday night on the court lawn. Between 75 and 100 grown-up and a large number of young people and children were present lo wish them happiness in their new home in Bates- villc, and a regretful farewell. At Home Given by Etters For Mrs. Butler and Trimble A lovely affair of last Friday afternoon was the At Home given by Mrs. Eallie L. Etter and Mrs. W. H.' Etter Jr. in honor of Mrs. J. W. Butler and Mrs. C. N. Trimble of ElDorado.. Thc Etter home, beautiful in its antique setting, was atractively decorated with mid-sumer flowers. Guests were met al Ihe door 'by' Mrs. C. M. Wililams, and received by the hostesses and honoreos. In the dining room they were served with a plate lunch by Mrs. J. A. Wilson and Mrs. C. C. Stuart. Thc table was covered with a handsome lace spread, and centered with a boquct of sunflowers and fern between two lighted candles. Tuesday with relatives in Sulpbus, OUa. Mr. and Mrs. Truman.Hill and Mr. E. Hasolman spent Monday and Tuesday in Shawnec, Okk. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Barrow of Memphis are spending the week with relatives here. Miss Charline Erwin is visiting in DeAnn. I Mrs. C. K. Osborn left Wednesday I for Little Rock where she will attend the state demonstration club meeting. She will enter thc contest for thc cheapest, best made cotton dress. Mrs. Osborn won first place at the county meeting in Washington last week. B. L. Kauffiruin and Marvin Jones were business visitors here Tuesday. Miss Vlrgie Alexander of Dale, Oklahoma and Leslie Babcr of Ozan were married Tuesday at Dale. The groom has lived here for thc past several years and thc couple will make their home here. Mrs. Irma Robins Rye. was a business visitor in Texarkana Wednesday. Dr. Robins .was a business visitor in Texarkana Wednesday. Miss Lillian Robins and Mrs. Johnnie Carrigan were Hope visitors on Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Robins arc spending a few days in Arkadelphia, this week. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. George Webb was enjoyed by all who attended. Mrs. Chas. Moxley and daughter, Mias Helen Ruth visited in Hope on Wednesday evening. Otis McClcllan and family of Helena, Ark., spent the week end with roatives at this pace. Guy Porlcrfied and Ebert Brandon have been picking cotoh at Ozan this week. Chas. Bach from the Big Four orchard was a business visitor to this pace Ihursday. . Severn young pcope from Doye attended the meeting at Avery's chapel Friday night, ; Oliver Coens. and family of Mtu freesboro Wer the week ettd g of F. W. Strawn and family. A number of young folks from attended the singing at George Sunday night/ Fur farming in Canada has deve1» oped into an industry worth than 530,000. Mink, skunk, rnuskrat t marten, and fox" are raised on the 5520 farms established in thc Domin> ion. When special glass used to pafcs ul» tra-violet rays becomes too o'paque, it can be treated with heat and brought back to normal again. elson-Huckins Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized—Each PHONE 8 Doyle Every one here was glad to sec thc rain which fell Tuesday evening. Quite a number from this place Guests who called during thc after- ( attended to business matters in Hope noon were Mcsdamcs Lee A. Holt, J. - A PERSONAL NOTE TO BETTY CO-ED Dear Betty: • I hear that you are soon leaving for college. I'm sure that wonderful times are in. store for you. Of course the right kind "of clothes arc import" ant in college but it is even more important to have that well groomed look that only good cosmetics can give you, Be sure to come to Cox's before you leave and stock up on all your toilcterie requisites be.... fore you leave. Barbara Gould—Elizabeth Ardcn—Max Factor John P, Cox Drug Co. PHONE M We Deliver M. May, Sam Mcrrell, Grey Carirgan,' Paul Dudncy, M. C. Parsons, W. i. Stroud, J. P. Byers, Evelyn Hubbard, Joe Jackson, W. R. Pruitt, I. L. Pilkinton, J. L. Booker, Kate Holt, Melson Frazicr, Dolph Carrigan and Mrs. f. Y. Trimble of Hope; Misses Kathryn Holt, Jewel Smith of Washington, D.c., Louise Pilkinton, Bessie Trimble, Ellen Carrigan of Hope and Miss Letha Frazicr. The members of'the Womans Missionary society of thc Baptist church will serve dinner during the October court, it is anounccd. It was not said what day the ladies would serve din- Tier. Ozan A benefit ball game will be played at Ozan on Thursday, September 13 at 3 in thc afternoon. 1 Thc (;ame is sponsored by the ladies of the Ozan Baptist church and the players who will all be women,' wil. be dressed as men and the men ph'i-ers wil be dressed as women. The We Deliver $2 Orders PRODUCE SPECIALS Green Beans 2 Pounds Potatoes, No. 1 Red, 10 Ibs 21c Egg Plants Pound Turnips and Tops, bunch. lOc YAMS o Pounds.. 10c Carrots, extra Large, 2 bunches 15c O.K. SOAP-ID-^ Size. Bars 19c Mayrose Salad Dressing, Quart Eggs, everyone guaranteed, do/,. Pet or Carnation MILK o small or (> large Macaroni or Spaghetti, 7 m box Norwine Leader Cofi'oc. a 11)8 2 pkg. Kreme.l 1 Helmet, all for SNOWDRIFT 3 Lb. Can 40c 6 Lb. Can 70c DelMonle PoaclieS No. 2V; Can FANCY K. C. BEEF Round Loin T-Bone Lbs. Sliced Bacon KI.NDI.ESS—IJRI:AKK/\ST—Lit. 20c Creamery I5UTTKR, Ib. Stew Meat Pound .... 5c Dressed FRYERS-Eadi 35c CHOICE NATIVE BEEF ROAST—3 Pounds 25c STEAK—Pound 10c LOAF MEAT—3 Pounds 25c I'hicon Squares Sugar Cured, Ib. Picnic 1'ound ilams 17c Hume Owned Home Operated Specie[I Men! Here's a Sale that calls for action. We've scored a Knock-out o nthis special pur- chaee of fine shirts and we're passing the savings along to you. 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