Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 20, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 20, 1937
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Wednesday, October 20, 1937 HOPE SfAR, HOPM, ARKANSAS n mm Crete MRS. SID HfiNRY TELEPHONE 32T October's Bright nine Wcnthcr O suns nnd skies nnd clouds of June, And flowers of June together, Ye cannot rival for one hour October's bright blue weather. When loud the bumblebee makes haste, Bclntcd, thriftless vagrant, And golden rod is dying fast. And lanes with grajwa are fragrant; When gentians roll (heir fringes light, To save (hem for the morning. Ant! chestnuts full'from satin burrs Without a sound of warnings; When all th elovcly wayside things Their white-winged seeds are sowing. And in the fields still green and fair> Lnte aftermaths are growing; When spring run low, and on (lie brook.i, In idle guidon freiHliting, Bright lenvf.s sink noi.sde&s in the hush Of woods, for winter waiting. O suns nnd skies and flowers of June, Hope, Wednesday Oct. 27 Two Shows Dally lit 2 and 8 p. in. One Day Only, Itain or Shine. Circus grounds on old Highway 07 Smifiinl Pasture BIG CIRCUS BAHGAIN DAY See your Merchant for Tree Guest Tickets. i « *". all p tev ?K I »$f tf& ii^- ri-v «$ nV;'; ,a<; ;i€ reS & «*••; $& f 1 rttv SHOW THATi/" DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT Lots of Wild Animals, Scores of Big Top Stars who will thrill and entertain you. Luis of pretty girls. Sec Ruth, that comical elephant perform, who is over 100 years old nnd lorger (bun (he famed JUMBO. LAST DAY r re it 1 to « >r '»! to" h not'iu.i: i JEAN ROGERS— ill ••Tin: ivi'UJCATTKir CESAR ROMERO—in "SHE'S DANGEROUS" Slu-xvs :': t: 7: anil !): THURSDAY ONLY EDMUND LOWE ICI.ISSA LANDI /ASI! PITTS TED IIEAI.V EDGAR KENNEDY' —in — "MAD IIOUDAV" ""FRIDAY ONLY Count all your boosts together, Love loveth best of nil the year October's bright blue weather. -H. H. J. For the above appropriate poem, 1 am in deblcd to a very dear friend of mine, who is experiencing October's bright, blue weather of life, even approaching the twilight of life, but in her brave bright way manages to stretch her heart across the earth and "understand what spring is worth." Mrs. Olive Mills left Wednesday morning for Little Rock, where she will attend the State Nurses' Convention, which will be held at Hotel Marion for three clays beginning at noon Wednesday. Among the nesv books received at the City Library we find ^'Stella Dal- liw" by Oliver Protity, not a new book, but one that is of special interest ill this time, having been recently rc- It.'istd in a very successful movie, a tale of drawn, pathos and romance. "My Great, Wide Beautiful World," by J. Harrison. "Lighter Windows" by E. Loring. is the romance of n young engineer and n beautiful society girl, witli the wilds of Alaska as ;i setting f»r their romance. "The Green Mur- tler Case," by Van Dine, an account of n wierd tragedy solved by the p-eat detective, Philo Vnncc. "Anna, the Adventuress" on e.xhileraling romance jxirtrayed by the world's greatest mystery writer, E. Phillips Oppenheim. "Drums Along the Mohawk," a story of the revolution of warfare in the great woods nnd settlements in the Mohuwk Valley. "The Trail Driver" by Zan Grey, a Western story, thrilling and romantic, packed with action and color. "Honey In Die Horn" by H, L. Dnvis. a prize novel. "Sunrise" by Grace Livingston Hill, a romance of modern youth. "No Horn" by W. Deeping,' the story of a gentle country doctor, nnd the war's effect upon the ordinary normal man. If you do not belong to the Library, join nnd enjoy the above good reading. OIXMI during Ibe week from 9 to 5, Saturdays from 9 to 12. Q Among the local women attending the district meeting of the Prescott District of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church convening in Prescott on Wednesday were Mrs. Stitb Davenport, Mrs. Rachel Jordan. Mrs. 0. A. Graves, Mrs. H. O. Kyler, Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton. Mrs. Delia McCIanahan, Miss Dell McClanahan, Mrs. Fred R. Harrison, Mrs. R. M. Brint, Mrs. T. R. Billingslcy and Mrs. W. G. Alli.son. Mr. and Mrs. Al Park of Atlanta. Texas, iire guests of Mrs. Park's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Thus. M. Kinscr. Mrs. R. V. Jifcrndon Sr.. is spending a few days visiting with friends in Lil- lle Rock. -O- Miss Jacqueline Blanchard of Delight is spending this week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis. Mrs-. Daisye C. Korndorfcr left Wednesday morning for a visit with relatives in Indiana and Michigan. HES Special Services at Garret! Memorial Baptist Klder Roy Ward of Marvel!, Ark., will preach at Garret! Memorial Btip- li.st church Thursday evening October 21 ;it 7:.'iO. The public is invited. Every member of the church is urged to be present. The church is con.siclcriny calling Brii. Ward, as pastor. 1,880 Bales Ginned at Ozan Up to Wednesday The two HIII.S in the O/-an community have turned out 1,880 bales of cotton, u'curdinK to a report received Wednesday morning. The Cox gin has wrapped ancl lied out 1.11G bnk's and the Temple gin has bagged and lied out 71)4 bales. The two gins are expecting around 400 bales more. The rains of the past week, have made tho fields too wet for daily pick- j ing, but slowly ami surely the rc- i inaining open bolls are being gathered. \ Cotton .seeds are selling at $1(1.0(1 a 1 Ion. Must of the farmers are holding their cotton that is being ginned now. IT RIPS THE LID OFF THE WHITE SLAVE RACKET NOIL MADIION High-Powered Roadsters Bark-scat Pelting Gin Parlies 4j) and then t tremendous in Human Interest Overpowering In Dramatic Ke^lisoi FRIDAY ONLY snows 2: 4: 7: 9: 11: Adults Only Colored Balcwiy 1« Miller Is to Be Greeted in Searcy H o m e-Town Celebration for Senator-Elect on Thursday SEARCY, Ark.—A great celebration honoring Sonnlor-Elect John E. Miller will be held here Thursday at 2 p. m. with the list of speakers to include Congressman John L. McClellan, County Judge Wilbur D. Mills, Representative W. H. Abington and others. Invited guests of honor ore Mrs. Joseph T. Robinson, Senator Hatlic W. Caraway and Congressmen Driver, Terry, Cravens, Kitchens and Fuller, nnd ex-Congressman Stephen Brundige of Searcy, A county-svide half-holiday has been declared by County Judge Mills and Mayor B. L. Oliver. Schools will be closed. One thousand students of the public schools, the high school band and girls' pep squad will lead a parade from the city limits, where they will mcel Congressman Miller and a motorcade of cars bearing several hundred While county citizens, who will meet Mr. Miller al Ecobc on his return from Little Rock. With eight precincts of 40 in White county, still out, Miller received 2,703, Bailey, 262. Five precincts gave Miller a unanimous vote; five olhcrs, all but ones Searcy, four wards and Gray township, adjacent territory, cast only 40 votes for Bailey. Almost 200 congratulatory telegrams for Mr. Miller from 15 to 20 states, were received here Tuesday.^ Electrical Storm Hits Ozan, With No Damage The weather man in one of hi.s very freakish tricks had the residents of Ozan on their toes at midnight and after, Monday night. A full luirvest moon shone its brightest nnd a tawny, crisp, autumn breeze made the night idea! until .shortly before 12 o'clock. Almost without warning one of the worst electrical .storms the community has hail in some time whipptd up out of the north, bringing with it a deafening down pour of rain and some hail. Tile wind blew at a high velocity, the thunder bolts struck hard and loud, and the lightening popped and cracked like giant pieces of brittle steel. During the storm the moonlight was very bright. The storm passed quickly. The moon continued to shine its brightest and the brisk, autumn brce/.e became so fujl of pep that everyone was hustling into jackets and coats. Tuesday morning. MIND Your MANNERS Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the fol- Iow4ng questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. What is wrong with the introduction "Mr. James, this is Miss Moore"? 2. Is "I want you to know" a a less formal introduction than "May I present"? 3. May a person who has been introduced to another say "I'm happy to make your acquaintance"? 4. If you are introducing a young married woman and a much older unmarried woman whose name should bo spoken first? 5. In introducing a woman and a Catholic priest it is correct to present her to him? What would you do if— Someone wants to introduce to you a person in whom you have no interest— (at Say, "1 don't have the least desire to meet him"? (I)) Show the stranger by a disinterested acceptance of the introduction that you arc not inlerestc din him? (ei Acknowledge the introduction graciously? Answers 1. It is backwards. The man should be presented to the woman. 2. Yes. 3. No. "How do you do" is the correct way to acknowledge an introduction. 4. The older woman's. 5. Ye.s. that may be dune. Best "What Would You Do" solution - —(cj. (Copyright I'j;i7, NEA Service, Inc.) "The Pace That Kills" at New Friday Noel Madison Lois Lindsay nnd Dean Benton in a scene from "The Pace (lint Kills" nl the New (heater Frldnv. Ozan Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nelson have returned from a week's lour of northwestern Arkansas and a visit with Mrs. Annie May Brianl, Mr. Nelson's daughter of Faycllcvillo. Paul Nelson, of Colorado, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nelson on their trip. The group went through the Diamond cave at Jasper. Mrs. Pearl Harris, of Dallas, is spending a few days with relatives In Owm. Miss Letha Jell Lewis, who is attending school in Mt. Pleasant. Texas, spent the week-end with her mother. Mrs. T. H. Vnrnado. Mr. and Mrs. Price Citly and children. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, and Will Teugtic and James Tongue, (ill of Texarkana. were visitors in Ozan Friday and Saturday. Max Murphy, who has been ill because of a cold, is able to be in school again. Mrs. Herbert Sehooley and three little daughters, of California, are guests of Mrs. Sehooley's mother, Mrs. J. F. Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lee Stuart have moved from Hope to Foreman where Mr. Stuart will continue his work in a variety store there. Mr. Stuart has been employed at ScolUs Ktorc in Hope for the past two or three years. Miss Charleen Irvin is serving as saleslady at Robinson's store, Hope, on Saturdays and Miss Mary Frances Irvin is -saleslady at Rophun's, on Saturdays. Mrs. Clifton Citty, who has been visiting her family in San Antonio. Texas, has returned home. Mrs. J. K. Green is having some interior work done on her house. A large pantry and a clothes closet are being made into an attractive bed room. The work of painting and recovering Mrs. Chlora Citty's residence has been completed, making the house Radiant Heaters $7.45 Bath Room Heaters $2.25 Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 See Our Silk Dresses L A D I E S' Specialty Shop ONE SHOW ONLY 8 p M. Doors Open at 7::m SUMSHi ROBERT TAYLOR IRENE DUNNE "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION" -Added- Chus. Chaso Comedy "'I'll,, flirt I IH) I*'K Sijuirt" & Novelty "Duck Hunt" NOW & THUR. From the forbidden depth* of the Isle of the Incredible ... where fish climb trees, snakes fly, and oysters grow on tree- trunks... where native blowguns breathe death and the head-hunters still lurk ... comes the thrilling record of a great adventurer's qreatest adventure) somewhat more attractive. Now blackboards have been installed in the Ozan Public School building. H. P. Robertson, who has been ill for the past two weeks is improving. Mrs. Jerome Smith and Mrs. J. S. Crane have installed new attractive oil heaters in their homes. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crane and Joe Paul went to market in Shreveport last week. Tokio Dock Stan ton was a business visitor to Nashville Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. McLarty and children of Nashville vi.sited relatives here Sunday. The election went 100 per cent for Miller at this precinct. A. C. Holt was a business visitor to Washington Tuesday. W. A. Bell was a business visitor to Bingcn Monday. G. O. Wisdom and J. B. Hutson were business visitors to Bingen Monday. Virgil Tollett of Nashville was here buying cattle and hogs Monday. Mrs. Camlace McLarty of Nashville visited relatives here Sunday. Lester Stewart has secured a position at Glenwoocl and will move his family there to make their home. Fred Stewart and Tom Mayhon of Nashville were business visitors here Monday. S. W. Pool of near Bingcn was here on business Monday. i Geb. C. McLarty was a business visitor to Hope Friday. Big Crowd Opens NevadaJVee Fair Miss'Zettie Griffith, of Union Township, Is Crowned Queen PRESCOTT, Ark. — Five thousand persons attended the first day of Nevada county's free fair Tuesday and saw CoUnty Judge J. W. Bradley crown Miss Zettie Griffith of Gum Grove, Union township, as queen of the fair. Miss Griffith won over 11 contestants. She was presented with a bouquet of roses by S. H. Cadenhcad, secretary of the Prescolt Chamber of Commerce. Dan Pittman, president of the Chamber of Corrtmcrce, officially opened the three-day fair with an address at noon. The judging of exhibits begins Wednesday and prizes will be awarded Friday. All exhibits except livestock are housed in the big new gymnasium building on the grammar school block. Every section of the county has a booth of exhibits, including several school districts. The fair is under the direction of the County Agricultural Committee, County Agent H. L. Hiler and Mjss Mary Dixon, home demonstration agent. It is financed by the Prescott Chamber o£ Commerce. The Prescott High School band is furnishing music. If a publicity-hungry movis gal can't persuade the editors that she has been picked for that "Gone With the Wind? role, she can at least announce that she's going' to marry Rudy Vallee. Francis Dilloft of the A. f, 1». say* the unionization drive in the auto ift» dustry "has failed." Messrs. Sloan and Chrysler might be pardoned for a*k* ing what it takes to make such a drive a success. Missionary Societies Hold Meeting at Ozan The Ozan Methodist Women's Missionary Society met in the homo of Mrs. Rush Jones, Tuesday, at 2 p. m. The third section on the mission study "The Moslem. World" was presented. A large number of the regular members attended the study. The members of the Ozan Baptist Missionary Union spent Tuesday doing some interior decoration on the Ozan Baptist Church. The women took their lunch and completed the re-varnishing of the wood work and the seats that was begun in the summer. The papering and other work done on the church this past summer have added somewhat to the attractiveness of the building. Archbishop Usher's chronology puts the date of the creation, of the world at 4004 B. C. Position Wanted In retail dry-goods or shoe store in Hope. 20 years experience. Good references. Capable, honest, ambitious. Reason for change is desire to live in Hope or Southwest Arkansas. Hope Star, Box 98, Personal. Visit the t hair AND HITT'S SHOE STORE Our stock of shoes was never more complete, a big range of styles for the family. Burgundy, Grey and Black, $5.00 2-Toned Brown $3.45 Brown or Black $1.95 to $2.95 Black or White Sizes 8% to 12 $2.75 Men's Blue Ribbon Work Shoes $2.50 to $4.95 Black or Brown $3.95 to $7.00 HITT'S ^ Shoe Store 3 Read Hwmatv Drarmttic, .Modern Story of a Who Found Trouble Living Their Own % ^*^ . Begins Tomorrow In Hope Star

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