Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 14, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 14, 1934
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| JFfiday, September 14, 1934 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS - r It Followed Her to SchoorOne Day Todny Make a little fence of trust arounc today: Fill the space with loving work and therein slay. Look not through the sheltered bars upon tomorrow; God will help thoc bear what comes Of joy or sorrow. . . .Selected. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spencer left Thursday night for a few days stay in St. Louis, Comer Roulon left Wednesday for Little Rock where he will enter the State Medical College, Lciiis Bnird mid Fred Wrigrl of Dallas were week end guests of Mrs. liainl, Mrs. J. M. Wright and other rrlntive.s. M'LSK .Trim Young has relurnod from a Ihrco weeks visit wilh relatives and friends in Houston. Texas. Tho George W. Hobison Co., stores ef Hope, Nashville and Prcscoll, met Thursday evening for their regular business and social meeting with the Hope .store us host, and Manager C. C. Lewis presiding. Following the business meeting they enjoyed the picture nt Hie Sacngcr. Mrs. .I. T. Hicks left Thursday for a few days trip to St. Louis. o Tho Woman:; Auxilary of the First This Stops Laxative "Dread" Because of harsh action, had taste or inter, fn-ence with daily duties, people dangerously "delay." Focn-i mint, the delicious chewing gum laxative, containing a laxative ingredient regularly priicribtrl by physicians, answers their problem. You chew it, tlius ih< laxative ingredient is distributed uniformly, giving a more natural action, complete and pleasant. Delicious Fecn-a-mint contains no richness to upset stomach at diet. Delay is dangerous, »o today sjfeiy get back on schedule and Itay there. Chew l-'cen.j-mint for constipation. Presbyterian church wil meet at 41 o'clock Monday afternoon at the church.. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lewis, Mrs. S. H. Battle, Miss Dove Knolls and Gray Battle left Friday morning for a short visit in Memphis, Tcnn. Mrs. R. E. Cornelius of Bodcnw is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ella Bright. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Andres have returned to their home in Dallas, Texas after city. a visit withrclatives in the Misses Hester Williams, and Hue Ellen Jones and Jell Williams left on Monday for Magnolia where they will enter the A. and M. College. The Womans Auxilary of St, Marks Episcopal church will meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock with Miss Louise Knobcl us hostess at the home of Mrs. Gcol-gc Spraggins on North Lou- islanan street. Mrs. Leonard Hutson of Houston, Texas nrrivcd Thursday night for a visit with Mr, Unison's parents, Mr. :md Mrs. I. W. Hutson, Missc.'i Margaret Bnird mid Mary Wright returned Friday from a visit wilh relatives and friends in Dallas. Mrs. Shirley Schooley is visiting her sister and brother al Lnneburg. Sho left Thursday and will return Sntur- day. Asliworlli Cullcns Mr. Freddie Cullcns of Blevins and Miss Minnie Ashworth of Graysoniu were quietly married last Sunday evening in the presence of a few friends mid relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cullcns ire nt home for the present wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Cullcns of Blevins. Fivo-yoar-old Mary Caslon of Arlington, N. J., learned what tho rhymo "Mary Hail a Little Lamb" was all about when she started for school on opening day. Her vacation pet, which has almost passed the lamb slaee_under her watchCul oye, refused to stay at home. livery program is a "knock-out" at the— ENDING Don't let some one else tell you how good it is ... see it for yourself — you'll enjoy it! SATURDAY Don't pass up this big DOUBLE FUC'GRAM headed by prclty— BARBARA "GAMBLING LADY" World Series to Open October First Games Scheduled foi Detroit If Tigers Win Pennant FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Our Bible school begins at 9:45. Let's have over 100 present Sunday. Christian Endeavor: Intermediates wil! meet at 5:15 and the young people at 0:45 Sunday evening. Worship hours: 1045 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subjccl "A Man Approved ci God," and evening subject, "I Am the Way." We would like to have every member of the church present. CHICAGO — (/P)— The world's ser ies of 1931 will open in the park o the American league pennant winner Wednesday. October 3. This was decided Thursday at a meeting presided over by Kenesaw Mountain Landis commissioner of baseball. On the assumption lhat the Delroi Tigers and New York Giants woulc be the pennant winners, this schedule was mapped out with the first two games scheduled for Detroit October 3 and 4 with the next three in New York. There the schedule. bo no off days in Commissioner Landis announced the starting at 7:30. Let us start ail services in time, you can help by being in your seat a few minutes before starting time. We exlcnd to you and who c«n be with us in GUY D. HOLT, Pastor. _ . i.rl 1 • < ^jUHI I t Il.TOl UJ It-J 1_JC111UIO CtJlllUUlll_^l4 1,1 t^ Prayer meeting on Wednesday night Ford Motor Compand nad purchased t:l:i,.|lnft *il 7>T|1 ,. r ... the radio broadcasting privileges foi $100,000 and that description of the games, both at Detroit and New York would go one the air over the Nat- and everyone | ion;ll Broadcasting Company and the ajUrt.ir services. I Columbia Broadcasting system. The players on the two championship teams, as well as those finishing second, third and fourth, in the two major leagues will share in the radio PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH •^vm Sunday school at 9:45 Sunday morning and morning worship at 10:55. The ycung people's group meeting at 6:3$. fund. There will be no reduction in the Evening worship at 7:30. Mid-week! pncc of l ' ckcts . Commissioner Landis services Wednesday 7:30, will study; salcl - Wllh the box scats scUmg for the book of Lamentations. Se - G0 including the federal tax. The A cordial invitation is extended to Srancl stand scats wil sell for 55.50, all to attend all these services. "- 30 fcr reserved scats at Detroit on- ^»^«.-r^ I l.V, general admission Jj.JO with the bleacher scats selling for §1.10. CHURCH OF CHRIST West Fifth and Orady Streets Glenn A. Parks, Minister law Chapler No. !l "Wolf Dog" HUNDERING THROUGH THRILLS and ..DANGER! Jreason" SUN.-MON.-TUES. I TT*9 |Jj» different from B B W thin;..: that, he ever done before! r I Means Being Moved to Alcatraz Prison Each Wednesday evening at -we arc conducting a very interesting Bible study. Sunday morning at 101 o'clock Bible study. Preaching ser- 1 WASHINGTON —(/P) -Gaston B. vices at, 11 o'clock and at 7:45. Topic j Means, whose ransom hoax in the for morning sermon, "The Two Like- Lindbergh kidnaping case earned him nesses." Topic for evening sermon, "Jesus As the Stumbling Stone." We are trying to make hlese services acccmmodate everyone who attends- c.t,'., the singing ils congregational also I hi're is a class fur every aye in which he may participate. Parents, conn- and bring ycur children, thai you may k-arn "the way of the. Lord mure perfectly. ' C'iinl rf Thanks TII the lovely neighbors wlm a.s.si.sl- ed us so faithfully, to the many, many Iricnds who came wilh sympathy and a 15-year prison term, is headed for Alcatraz penitentiary in San Francls- cc— the government's new "devils' island' Shifted three times from one prison In another .since} beginning his term last year, Means was termed u "had ni'ti.r' at Ihc Department of Justice. Means al one time fur an agent of Ihc .lu.'ilicc Department. The comioc- litin was severed however, long before. Ills conviction of defrauding Mrs. liv- c-l.vn Wal.st Mc-Lean, esl ranged wife of the former publisher of the Washington Pest, of $10.1,000 on the strength of flowurs, to the Kcv. Mr. Hule and the ! a story that he could return the Lincl- Baptist niiiirtettc, straight from our hearts, we Ihiink you. Mrs. Bob Chamberlain, Fred Blount, THE NEWS"REVIEW (Continued from Page One) bergh baby. OHITUARY il was a combination of the drouth, and the Chicago wheat pit that did Livermore played Mrs. Ine/. Nulen McKinnon died at her home in Tuscon. Arizona, Sittud- ray. September 8 at 3:i!0 a.m. She had been in bad health for several months but was stricken Thursday with gallstones, operated on Friday morning and passed away a few hours later. he was born and reared near Blev,,,...... , , ,, i -e was orn an reare the |r,ck. Mr. Live-micro played I he nc;a . hci . e ^^ market m wheat, and rede up wilh ^ U) Al . lMna and the nsmg prices. The rusnlt was i,j ihci . c „; . , w c . mf| , L . McKinnon , very tidy pnfit indeed. Die ordinary citizen is occasionally ( . a bit puzzled as to the exact nature lc f tho socal service which is perform- (h( , timc ()f ed by the .speculation in commiditieti, ! and has lived (here marriage. The body was brought to Blevins Tor burial. Funeral services wecr con- by the Tbis fete of Mr. Livermores, however it may be to that gentleman aiv.l to • . his creditors, will do little lo clear up | " lyum such confusion. dueled al Macedonia church Tuesday School Supplies liiy yellow ])cncil.s with ovcrsi/.c rud crsiscr—2 for School B.I.'JS, ;ill colors \V;ilcrproof--^5c, .Ol)c . Leather Brief Cu.se with lock SO Sheet Loose Le;if No!e Book Killer . 5c 75c 98c 4c Nole Book Covers All colors . . Tube Libniry Taste Large siv.u 2 m.. C: rter's Blue Ink 10c 5c 5c Get ii stick of Hum free: \vil each .school purchii.se. John P, Cox Druq Co. Phone 8-1 19 We Give Eayle Stumps. Rev. W. H. Stingley of Wash- Burial was in tlie Macedonia i cemetery. She is survivied by her husband, W. = Caudle McKinnon and two stepsons, Baxil and Azil MeKinnon, all of Tuscon. Arizona. He. E. Nolen of Prescott and J. B. Sheffileld of Oklahoma. Seven sisters. Mrs. Barbee Coopwood, Mrs. H. E. Nolen, Mrs. Thomas Davis all of Prescott, Mrs. Joe Benrett of Boughtun, Mrs. Lloyd Buckley (,f MrCaskill, Mrs. Husea Wisdom of Highland and Mrs. J. R. Nolen of Delight. Lindberghs Unhurt in Forced Landing WOODWARD. Okla. — (/]->)— Col- cnel and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh made- the best of a forced landing in ;' northwestern Oklahoma ranch mi Thurjaday, enjoyed a chicken dinner and arranged to slay at the ranch hi'it-M' until their plune can be repaired. Motor trouble forced down the flying couple en the Homer Atkins ranch 17 miles northeast of here. Neither FOUR MORE BODIES (Continued from Page One) Final Baseball Game to Be Played Sunday A team consisting mostly of Stork players will meet Prescott hero Sunday afternoon in what probably will be the final gome of the season. Ralph Pate, who has recently returned to Hope from Longview, Texas, is scheduled to pitch for the Storks. The game starts at 3:30. aeyayplojslud Blevins through the blackened hulk of the Morro Castle, beached a short distance cff shore, the searchers first came upon thro upon the bones of a victim in state- rocm 10, which had been occupied by M. Berlinger. In the same room were found n gold Masonic ring, fvised coins part of the victim's upper teeth and various peieccs of metal. All the remains were sent ashore in a beeches bouy and removed by undertakers. Grim reminder of the gaiety that once pervaded the liner, the tuning board of what once was a grand piano stood among Ihc ruins. .NEW YORK —(/P)— John Kcmpf,' New York city fireman, testified before the Morro Castle inquiry Friday that he smellcd smoke on the vessel at 10:45 oclock Friday night before the fire was discovered early Saturday morning. , Dickerson N. Hoover head of the' Department of Commerce board that, s investigating the sea tragedy, com-, inented that all other witnesses be- 'cre the board ha dplaced the fire around 3 o'clock. .,' Hoover said that Kcmpf's testimony was extremely valuable. Mrs. W. R. Stowcrs and childern Virginia Sue and Billy and Mrs. W.O. ^awrence, oil of Little Rock spent nst week in Blevins visiting Mrs. K. 3. Spears. Miss Vera Perry of Fort Smith is •isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. bhn Perry. Mrs. M. L. Nelson, who has been in he Cora Donncl hospital for the past vcck, came home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sncllgrove and 'aughlcr, Clila Verne moved to Wal- 10 Saturday. Mr. Sncllgrove has work t the sawmill Ihcre. Miss Elhcl Bruce left Saturday for Cagle Mills, Ark., where she has a losition in the high school for the iext year. Miss Tommie Faye Phillips of El- 3orado is the guest of her father Tom : hillips, this week. Watt Bonds, Harold Huskcy and ryall Bruce all left Saturday for Ark- dclphia where they cnlcred Render- on college. Miss Until Huskcy was Sunday af- crnoon guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wade. Mrs. Charlinc Stewart, who has been :i training at Corn Donncl hospital t Prescotl came home Saturday. Perry Sage, Wallace and Allen Sage 11 of Roscboro, spent the week end ith J. A. Wade. Mrs. Sage, who had cen here for the past week accom- anicd them home Monday. W. O. Beene and A. H. Wade were usiness visitors in Hope Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baynham and children and Miss Gladinc Stephens have rncved to Tcxarkana. Mr. Bayn ham has accepted a position with the Singer Sewing Machine Co. Bro. C. C. Mcrritt has returned to his home from a meeting near Fort| Smith. His mother accompanied him' home and plans to spend the winter here. Oren Stephens left Sunday for Fayetteville to enter the University. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Andres and son of Hope were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Sage. | Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Radden were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Osborn. | Misses Era and Thalia Nolen of 1 Texarkana spent the week end in Blovins with their parents. I Mrs. H. H. Nolen and W. C, McKinnon left Saturday for their home in Tuscon, Arizona. Holly Springs We are glad to report that Miss Jessie Bobo is able to be back at her home after a minor operation. Mrs. Mart Ross of Fairview is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Roy Butler, hero this wccl<. Mrs. Wadie Burns spent from S;it- virdiiy until Tuesday wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Quillcn on the river. Mr. and Mrs. George McDougald and Mr. and Mrs. Gentry of Hope spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. F. K. Bobo. Miss Thclma. Curtis and Weaver Clements spent Saturday night _and Sunday with Audry and Marie McCorkle. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bish and Mrs. M. E. Butler spent Sunday wilh F. K. Bobo and daughter, Miss Jessie, j SCHOOL SUPPLIES We have carried a complete line of School Supplies and School Books, for 4!) years. Fountain Pens, Book Satchels, Inks, Tablets, Pencils ,clc, JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The BEXALL Store" Hope, Ark. Established 1885 was hurt, although the plane was damaged slightly. They were in gay spirits and said .here was no hurry about their air i nspcction trip. They may remain al he ranch for two days, or until mechanical replaemcnts are sent from St. iouis and installed by the colonel. I It was the second minor mishap of he week for the Lindberghs. A plane n which Ihcy reached Wichita, Kan., i'custlay evening was damaged slight- y in landing. J. V. MOORE E. W. \VRAY 29c The Market Place K. C. and Native Meats Strictly Cash. We Deliver. I'll one HAMS, or hail, Lb HAM cud piece •1 to H II.).—LI)... Wilson's sliced Rind loss Bacon Beef Steak Choice Native .. Ground Beef Por Loaf, Ib Bologna Sausage, Ib Swiss Cheese Pound Brick Cheese Pound Sliced Liver Pound Spare Ribs Pound I'Vesh Dressed, Fully drawn Hens, Ib... I'Yesh Beef Tongues, Ib. .. Brookfield Pork SAUSAGE 1 Lb. Gallons.... Fleishman's Yeast Cake Sliced Canadian BACON, Ib !S, lte 25c Creamery BUTTER, lb. Beef Tenders Pound Pork Steak Pound Fresh Fish, Dressed Hens and Fryers Ic Link 22c 1 - 'M' System Store It Pays to Buy Quality Groceries Specials for Saturday APPLES FANCY JONOTHAN—DOZEN 14c ONIONS-yellow, 3 Ibs. 10c SMALL CAN:; ..3c LARGE CAN 6c K.C. Baking Pewder-50 oz can 25c CRACKERS amumn . 2 Ik box 19c Del Monte Peaches , s il c l d r^ a ,'Z 35c Large cans, 2 for KING GOOBER 2 Pound Jar .............. 25c PEANUT BUTTER ' Pound J " 13c PEAS „ ARLY JUNE—No. 2 Cans 2for25c Salad Dressing—Table Garden Sandwich Spread—qt. jars 25c HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup—1 Ib. can Kl-:n AND C.OU)—I'OUNI) 19c Star Washing Powder-2 pkgs Wilsco's Pure Cotton Seed CQtf* Oil—8 Pound Carton W*> 24 Pound Golden Puff 85c 48 Pound Golden Puff $1.65 —MARKET SPECIALS— Wilson's Uiurel Sliced Rinclless—I'oiuul 27c t (oS I.I). Pieces (Cheaper Thiui Dry Salt) Lb. I I 2 ** SPARE RIBS-Lb. 15c BOLOGNA SAUSAGE-Lb. Ground Beef for Loaf—Lb. Fresh Dressed Hens, drawn, Ib 19c Beef Steak—Lb. W PHFFSF—J h Ji3 IjiUjLttJU—LiU. 3Lbs. 25c Fresh Fish and Fryers the leading depai mm YOU AI .A * T . r * „ * r So great was the res, , tu gain Day last week th&fl offering outstanding V& * shoppers. Jot these »J shopping list. ' " Close Out Stock JER6ENS Si 5 CAKES 15c -) ( .Jog f\s A Timely Bargain, Children^ SHOE $1 .25 Ji 3 Oxfords, Straps, High Tops.yS Well Constructed Bdys'pif CAPS " 29c *, ww Jumbo Red Goose School TABLETS; '&H'il 2 For They Can Take It. Boys' Blu^BulJl OVERALLS * 69c Full Cut Heavy Deny Just Unpacked! MILINEFT 98c Vft Fast Color Ladies Wasl?r~~v ^ j DRESSES . - 4- All Sizes Bargain Day Saturday—Ladies Rayon 1 DRESSES ' ; '^~ S^.VJ .98 :••, * By Popular Request—Yard Wide v -| PRINTS, lOc Yd. Men's Two Pocket Work SHIRTS - 49c Full Cut, Coat Style \VK IUVK li.M'.LK STAMPS Till: LEAUINC UEPAKTSIENT STOKE Geo.W.Robison&± HOPE PRliSCOTT.

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