Monday, ^September 14), 1034 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS MKS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE ;J21 (irnre After Drouth When from thy hand a bounteous hoard, Bright from the reaping, blest my board, Did we not thank Theo, Lord? Now that the harvesting is spare, Accept for this more frugal fare As generous a prayer. For just as nature's ample yield In oilier years, from fold and field, Thine abundance reveals, So now these losses fruits of earth, Moaserly garnered by their dearth, Teach what thy gifts nrc worth. —Selected. Tho Clara Lowlhorp chapter of thc C. of C. will hold their September meeting at :i o'clock Tuesday at the br.me of the director, Mrs. R. T. White on North Washington street. Misses Mary and Julia Lemlcy, Mary Delia Carrigan and Harold Rule left Monday for Conway whore they will enter Hcndrix college. Mrs. W. F. Broening and daughter. Julia of Ashdown weer the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Breedlove and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart, who have been Riicsls of home folks for the past two weeks left Sunday for their home in Vicksburg, Miss. o Frank Lowthorp left Monday for Clnrk.svillo where ho will again be o student in the College of thc O.arks Two engagement announcements in Sunday's paper that wil be of interest to Hope friends is that of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Wilson, formerly of thi; city, now of Texarkana, announcing the engagement of their daughter Pauline, to Boyce Sterling Pagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Sterling Pagan of TeNarkana. The wedding will be sol cinnixcd on October 2 in the Arkansas I'.-rsbyterian church in Texarkana In the Arkansas Gazette, Mr. and Mrs. Klfoert Brack of Little Hock announcr Ihe engagement of their only daughter Mary Elizabeth, to John Van Buren Aymar, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Brandt Aymar of Bronxville, N. Y. Tho bried-elect's mother will be remembered by Hope frii-nds us Miss Myra Simms, daughter of the lato Capl. and Mrs. Thomas H. Simrns former resident.-; of Hope and Washington. Litlle Tony —o- Boyott left Saturday Man's Heart Stopped, Stomach Gas Cause W. L. Adams was bloated so with gas that his heart often missed beats after eating. Adlerika rid him of all gas, and now he eats anything and feels fine. John S. Gibson Drug Co. Wednesday night's the Big Night! SMlltDffffl NOW TREASURE ISLAND' Come . . be a boy again and ride the high-seas of adventure! for a three weeks visit with his grand mother, Mrs. R. A. Boyett atxl aunt. Mrs. P. D. Smith and Mr. Stmlth in Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mock and little daughter. Carolyn, were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRae, Mr. Meek returning home Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Meek and daughter remaining xintil Tuesday. Tho Alathcn class of the First Baptist Sunday school, Mrs. Hugh Jones, teacher, will meet Monday evening nt 7:30 in the Intermediate 1 ' Department of the Sunday school. Miss Elizabeth raiddlcbrooks underwent a successful tonsil operation at the Julia Chester hospital Monday morning, and with no complications hopes to be able to return to her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. D. P. Yeager and little son, Cois, who have been the guests of relatives for the past few weeks have- returned to their home in San Antonio Texas- Little Lillian Houston has returned from a 10 days viist with friends and relatives in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Houston spent the wee kcnd with relatives in Little Rock. The joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxilary. scheduled for Tuesday night at the Cily Hall, has been postponed indefinitely. Tayl or Is Freed in Co-Ed's Slaying Found Not Guilty for the Death of Fayc Now at .Birmingham BIRMINGHAM, Al:i. ~(/P)— In n courtroom that WHS deathly silent, a Jefferson county jury Sunday afternoon announced it had reached a verdict acquitting Harold Taylor, 28, of slaying his companion on an automobile ride, Fayc Now, 1!) year old coed. The rustle of paper could be heard ifi every .section of the room as C.E. Wood, foeman of Iho jury, which hrul the case Zfi hours, unfolded the verdict and rend, "wo the jury, find the defendant not guilty." Tho silence continued for a few seconds and then the sohs of Taylor, freed of the charge, and his attorney, Moral Montgomery, carried through the courtroom. His father, Marvin Montgomery. former city comptroller, took his tall son in his arms and other relatives crowded forward, embracing Taylor and his attorney. --------- _ro a «t». ----------Blevins Schools Open September 17 Students Will Classify Thursday and Friday, Coker Announces Blevins: public schools open September 17,, it was announced Mon- Julia Chester Hospital Wins Softball Title Julia Chester hospital Sunday afternoon won the city Softball championship with an 8 to .'! victory over the Hope Oilers. The game was one of the fastest played (his seaton. requiring only 38 minutes for a nine-inning contest. '1 he game was played at Fair park and was viewed by a good attendance. Johnny Dobbs Dies at Charlotte, N.C. Veteran Manager Southern Lea gu e Baseball Clubs Passes Away CHARLOTTE, N. C. -(/P)- John Gordon Dobbs, who managed teams in the Southern association for 22 years, died here Sunday from a heart attack. Dcbbs, one of the few'members of the old baseball school remaining in active service in the minors, was part owner of the Charlotte club of the Piedmont league. He was partner of the late Wilberl Robinson. Dobbs fell ill Saturday night while returning from Atlanta with George Gunther, business manager o£ the Charlotte club. Death came in a Charlotte hospital at 3:15 p.m. Sunday. Relatives said they did not know his age. He was born in Chattanooga, Tenn.. and first played semi-professional hasebal Hhero when ho was 16. Later he performed as an outfielder with the Brooklyn and Cincinnat clubs of the National League. In 1910 he started his long service as manager when he look charge of the Montgomery club where he remained four day by . Glenn Coker, superintendent. I y c; "' s - MEDICAL SOCIETY (Continued from Page One) home City, Okla. 4:00 p. m.: Some diagnostic problems in diseases of the lungs — Dr. Earn E. Thompson, Korrville, Texas. 8:00 p. m.: Public address by Dr. Sam E. Thompson, subject, "Health Problems Are Individual Responsibilities." Schoolboy Rowe Wins 22nd Game DETROIT —(/P)— It took School- hoy Rowc and the rest of the Tigers 10 innings to squelch the stubborn resistance of the Boston Red Sox and gain^ a 5 to 4 decision in the scries opener here Sunday." With 28.000 fans cheering him on. the Schoolboy shook off a momentary thakincss early in the game and came through with his 22nd victory of the season. It was his second victory since thc Athletics snapped his string of lli consecutive triumphs in Philadelphia. Mrs. John Wellborn announces the opening of her music STUDIO Tuesday, September 11 Authorized Progressive Scries Teacher. Member State Music Examining Board. Phone 405-W „ , . . , ... . ., , Then ho transferred to New Orleans Grades n,ne and ten will class, y j h h . cd nine years, during Thursday afternoon o this week' ,. * ^ Grades 11 and 12 will cussliy Friday | nun(!i . thc c ou|hon , nssoci aiion. In inoriiiiiK. Only Blevins students cla.s.s- ^ swilchcd M hls for two il.v tins w,,-k, Mr. Coker said. ^ ^\ m ,\ nv , ,| 1C f la( , in 1924. Thc I'acully was annoiinced as: .'. 'iipcTinlcndcnt- J. Glenn Coker. Math and althletic coach—H. L. Lay. English—Mrs. J. Glenn Coker. History—Miss Esther Garland. Science-Teacher to bo supplied. Gramar school—Principal and sixtli grade, Mrs. Bess Woods. Fifth grade—Mrs. Clyde Martin. Fourth grade—Miss Dorothy Sev- cdgc. Third grade—Miss Mary Leslie. Second grade—Miss Blanche Brown. First grade—Mrs. Warren Nesbitt. The McCaskill school faculty was announced as: Principal—W. J. Whiteside. History and English—Miss Thclma Bruce. Fifth and Sixth grades—Miss Vcra Moses. Third and Fourth grades—Miss Dulcie Dee Holt. First and Second grades—Miss Geneva Thomas. STUDENT CLEARED (Continued from Page One) Battlefield Bra. Cecil McBay filled his regular appointment here Saturday night and Sunday morning. Mr:;. Frank Hill and mother, Mrs. Willie Tarplcy of Spring Hill and Mrs. Ray McDowell from Hope spent Friday with Mrs. H. E. Rood and Mrs. Elbcrt Tarpley. Mrs. Willie Ellcnborg of Texarkana was called to see her grandmother, Mrs. Clara Roe who has been ill for the past week. Bill and Henry Williams of Texarkana were the dinner guests of Ben Wilson Sunday. W. L. Cornelius and family spent Sunday with Edd Turner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and Lon and Otis Ellinberg of Toxarkana spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Clara Roe. Mrs.--W. M. Malonc and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Malone from Plaindcaling, La., spent thc week end with Mrs. M'alone's daughter, Mrs. Dave Townsend and Mr. Townsend. Mrs. Hunt and daughter from Hope spent the afternoon Sunday with Mrs. beginning his <18th year with the Hope side constantly during the trial, rushed to their son and threw their arms, around him sobbing audibly. Judge Tom Pace hud warned the spectator in the crowded courtroom. that there must be no demonstration. I but many of the crowd cheered. The judge ordered the court baliff lo take YoimSf Business Men the names of the demonstrators. | ~Meet Monday Night Right at the start of the season smart Fall shoes at tremendous savings. Values up to $(5.00, so come early. Plenty of styles to select from including Suede and Kid combinations in widths from AAA to B. Black, Brown and Eel Grey. A tense silence settled upon the au- diencc, many of them University of Oklahoma students, as the jury an- nounccd it had reached a verdict and filed in. As Merle DoLong, court clerk j opened the envelope and read the vcr- diet of acquittal, Myers' head dropped forward. " j Myers had told friends that if he j were acquitted of the girl's death ho would return to the university this fall. His fraternity brothers have offered him his old job in a fraternity kitchen whcer he was working his way through college when he met Marian, the pretty daughter of a um- virsity professor. , . Tl '« Y <»'»K Business Men s associa- l '° l > ™ ucls Monday night at city hall. A r "" membership is urged. New l»;° b em! |. ™» fro »""g ^ association will bo discussed. Thc meeting starts «"• 8 ° clock - KIDNAPED NEGRO (Continued from Page One) was returned home. The unidentified white man appeared at the home of the nogro girl here and undr the pretext of employing her to "care for his two small children." drove away with her in his THE NEWS REVIEW (Continued from Page One) SPECIALTY SHOP "Exclusive But Not Expensive" eJson-Huckins Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized — Each PHONE 8 wages, lost $57. r i.OOU. Employers lost in diminished business 520,0(10,000. Taxpayers through the calling of the National Guard, had to fool a bill of $4. r iO,0(IO. In addition, (hero were deaths, injuries, much properly damage 1 , \va",e losses lo thousands of workers not directly involved in the same dispute, and ihe loss of much business, some of which will never return. All this makes a pretty heavy bill fcr the comunity to pay. Almost any kind of peaceful .settlement would have been cheaper than that in the long run. State Labor Meeting Opens at Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF -(/!')- The Arkansas ; State Federation of Labor opened its 28lh annual convention here Monday. The session will last three days. Clyde 1 Goodman of Texarkana, called the j 'session to order. Various committees . were named during the morning .-.cs- i sion. i Another Shipment of Cattle Received Here A fhiiimuiit of I.'£','> head of catlle from Ihe ilrniilh-.Mricken middlc-wi-I- ! ern stales was received, lie-re last I week, S). IJ. ItLissell annir.mi cil. j The shipment la: t week hrinv.s ih' 1 I tola] to 1,823 h'.-.-iil of catlle. all to b; 1 j pastured in Hcinnslead enmity. I Mr. and Mrs. Home Owner Help speed up recovery. Have your plumbing and heating equipment overhauled. Backed by Uncle Sam, you can now borrow the necessary money and we'll give you special prices as an inducement to have the work done No\v. Phone or write us to call and talk it over with you. No obligations. Free booklet explaining how the National Housing Act can benefith you. (Issued by the Federal Government.) Plumbing and Electrical Appliances. Phone 259 Hitler Opposed To Women in Politics C o n d e m n s Women's Rights in Speech to 2,000 Politicians NURNBERG, Germany— (/(>) _The idea of woman's rights in politics was condemned by Chancellor Hitler as "a product of decadent Jewish intellectualism." The German leader derided the mixing of women in political matters in a speech to 2.000 women politicians. They were Nazi organizers hero for Ihn party convention and they ap- platided his statements energetically. Hitler told them: "Liberalism has a largo number of Joints for women's equality. Tho Nazi irogram for women has but one: This is a child. "While man makes his supreme sacrifice on the field of battle, woman fights her supreme battle for her nation when she gives life to a child. The conception of so-called woman's equality is a product of decadent Jewish intelleceualism." Hitler added that he believed parliamentary life tended to degrade and desecrate women. Speaks,to Boys Der fuehrer's interest in the.birth of children in. the German nation was carried even further in thc day by 60,000 active evidences of his promo- tion of the Gorman youth campagin. • The GQ.OOO were cheering liltIC boys, nil-in • uniform, who marched with military precision into ; thc stadium and listened attentively as dor fuehrer outlined for (hem tho code of life he wished them lo follow. "We want lo be 1 a pence-loving people,"-ho Ktiid, "but, at the same time courageous. 'Wo want our people to be honor- loving; to that end you must from earliest childhood learn ' the conception of honor. "We want to be a proud people and you must be proud; proud to be the youthful members of the greatest nation. Wo want an obedient people, and you must loarn to practice obedience. We wnnt a people' that is not soft but hard as flint, and we want you' from early youth 'to loarn to overcome hardships and privations. "There must be no classes or class distinctions among our :.people, and you must never lot the idea of class distinction take root among you. "All we expect of the'Germany of tho future, we expect of you. We shall pass on, but Germany will live in you." Bells Chapel Wiley Browning of Hope-attended prayer meeting here 'Sunday night. Miss Louise Cumins returned home WednerJay fro ma two weeks visit with her aunt, Mrs. • Jesse Samuel at DeAnn. J. J. Johnson spent Saturday in Hope. Bryan Rickey of Strong called on Mr. and Mrs. Melton .While last Week. MV.'nnd .Mis. Cecil Buster of Itoss- oln were visitors here Sunday. . Miss Opal Yates was shopping in Hope Saturday. .. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Honea celebrated their 20th wedding 'anniversary on Sunday. Otis'Arnold made a business trip to Hope Saturday. Miss Suzanne-Sage spent last week with 'her sister, Mrs. Bryan Andrews in Hope. Wo arc glad to loarn that Mrs. Lon Wood is improving. She had as visitors last week, Mrs.>O, Wood, Mrs. A. . Brooks and Hot Summer Needs Cool Laxath fn (his hot weathet, take (hi* oSBf'Ju. that actually refrethea and never up»«J, I Feen-»-mint, the clclicioiu'mint chewift* j£i lairatire. All you tiitt it frt delightful tW flavor; and all you swallow (s the tajt«UI laxative ingredient that doctor! reetti acribe. And becauie you chew Fetu the flow of beneficial ulira juiw« J* _ latad, and the Umliv* is distributed unU throughout die inteatinef to girt ntiuttl gentle but thorough action. Delay it dato eeront, to today get- back en schtdul* *ri< •My there, with nan-habit faming Pttft-a-faJafc* . : ..L. .'.... i .. .,l.r«ililM The Very First Time For the first time in the history of hef line ''• \ Barbara Gould is making a special offer-oft '' her famous face- powder and • cleansing cream. This is what you get. J1.10 Barbara Gould Face Powder, any shade and small size Barbara Gould Liquifying Cream, $1.65 value, For . . . $1.10 Come in and get yours now While yo\l CMV get the shade in powder you want. John P. Cox Drug Go. Phone 84 We. Give Eag] Stamps Ion kno pops into my mind when I hear. * ' >f,", r & .s *s i .^ r ./• '\ s tjJ-Vt&k s'.i-..-*a \v)i i *1 **1 tke cigarette that's MILDER the cigarette that SATISFIES @ 1934 UWETt t M*»w TOUACCQ C*.
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