Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 18, 1934 · Page 3
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Tuesday, September 18 11 Cm-: STAR, UOPK. AKXANHAS -PAGE usar MRS. Sin HENRY cietd/ ||Hill TELEPHONE 821 A TlmugltC for the Dny All p;nod things- are like little seeds— Mauled in the soil of the heart. Watered there from the fountain of love, Sunned hy the Spiritual Light from above; They sprout like golden deeds, 'h'uiled with iHitienco, guarded with (,'0 re, Tln-y grow and blossom into blessings rare Selected. A wedding that wil be of interest to the friends of the bride in this city, is that (if Mis;; Mnry ,)nvrell,.duugh- ter of Mi-, and Mrs. G. II. Jarrell, formerly of Hope, now of Travis, Texas, In Lawrence Douglas of Travis. The cu-emony was read by the Rev. Stuck ey. pastor of the First Baptist church <j Waco, Saturday evening, September 15, in thi> presenece of relatives and a few close friends. The bride was a member of the class of 1932 of the Hope High School, and the bridegroom is u graduate of Waco High School Mr. and Mrs. Douglas will reside-at Travis. The Fidelis class cf the First Baptist Sunday .school. Mrs. Hugh Smith,teacher, .enjbyefl a weiner roast at Fair Park at their regular monthly Uisincsj raid social meeting. Following the supper, the business meeting \vas conducted by Ihe class president) Mis:* Doris Moses. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen arc spending this week at the World's Fair in Chicago. In their observance of the week of prayer for state missions the Womans Missionary Society of the First Baptist church held their initial program on Monday afternoon at the church with the general program chairman, Mrs. Hugh Smith, presiding and the NOW HAROLD LLOYD UNA MERKEL , JWED.-NITE ONLY This —It's "BANK NIGHT" — On the Screen— "CRIME WITHOUT PASSION" program in charge of circles 1 and 2. A most inspiring devotional was given by Mrs. A. C,-Kolb. The general topic, "Our Permanent Watchwords," "Laborers Together with God," beginning on Monday afternoon with the different state departments, by Mrs. A. M. Key who talked about the work ol the Arkansas Baptist Convention, Mrs. W. B. Mason who discussed Sunday school and young peoples' work and Mrs. Edwin Dossett, who chose lor her subject, "The Arkansas Baptist," and "Other Arkansas Literature. Following the singing of "Arkansas" the meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. C. C. Collins. Meetings will be held at the same hour on Tuesday and Wednesday afternooas, Mrs. Wallace Cook of Osceola is the guest of her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moses. A. P. Tatton.left Sunday for Baton Rouge, La., where, he' wilLbe a student in the Louisiana State University. ' Mr. and % Mrs. Chas. B. Foster o: Shreveport weer the week end guests of Mr. Foster's mother, Mrs. W. Y Foster, Sr. • The pre-school study group wil meet atr 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs./ Jack Sullivan on North Main street. Mrs. Harry Segner entertained a group of young people on Saturday afternoon celebrating the seventh birthday of her son, Sammy. About ill) young friends joined in the games during the afternoon after which the deorated. birthday cake was cut anc served with, ice cream. The hostess was assisted in doing the. honors by Mrs. Alton Honeycutt and Misses Eudora Hatcher und Dorothy Honeycutt. Parks Is Served Contest Subpoena Congressman Directed to Answer Kitchens in Ashley Circuit Court CAMDEN, Arlt. ~(IP)— Congressman Tilmnn B. Parks, ronominntecl by o close margin on the face of returns. in the recent Seventh district runoff primary, Tuesday was served with papers in an election contest suit instituted by Wade Kitchens, of Magnolia, the deefatcd candidate. The subpoena directed Parks to appear in Ashley circuit court at Hamburg to answer Kitchens' charges that the runoff had been marked by irre- giilarities- in several boxes in that county. Mrs. Dick Lummis and Miss Fallen of. Magnolia were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Vera Moses. Mrs L. E. Hinton of Little Rock arrived Monday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. K. G. McRae and Mr. McRae. W. F. Briedwell of Tyler, Texas was the week end guest of his mother, Mrs. C. A. Bridewell. The Brookwood P.T.A. will meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the school. This being the initial meeting of the school term, all mothers are urged to be present. Miss Annie Jean Walker is spending this week at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. She , wns -accompanied by Misses Charlotte and Jane Rogers of Smackover. .Mrs. C. C. Chancy and little daughter Norma Joe and Miss Vera Van Sickle were Monday visitors in Texarkana. > Mrs. J. L. Stringer aod children < of Arkadelphia, Mrs. O. D. Baber of this city, spent last week visiting their sister, Mrs. M. E. Galligly of Hel- Of Course They Will All the models in the Fall Style Show will use Barbara Gould Creams and Makeup. This will bo in keeping with the beautiful new .Pull Styles they will wear. John P. Cox Drug Co. We Give Eagle Stamps TfrlE WBSE OlD OWl WEAR AND T€AR'S ELIMINATED ESSOLENE'S SELF-LUBRICATED.' SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE Conies! in 7 Counties EL DORADO — (ff>)— Sheriff Arthur Ellis of Ouachita county announced late Monday that Congressman Tilman B. Parks will return to Camden on Thursday morning to accept service, of a subpoena in the election contest filed against him Saturday at Hamburg, Ashley county, by Wade Kitchens, of Magnolia. Hearing of the contest petition cannot be started in Ashley circuit court by Judge Patrick Henry of Monticello until service has been made on the congressman. Parks defeated Kitchens by 291 votes in the Democratic runoff | primary August 28, on the basis of| official returns from the seventh district congressional race. Attorneys for Kitchens said papers hail been placed in the hands of deputy sheriffs in seven counties with instructions to contact Parks. An application was reported lo have been prepared by the attorneys for an injunction restraining the secretary of the state central committee from placing Pork. 1 ! 1 name on the general election ballot should efforts to reach him continue to full. Sheriff Ellis said he did not knew the present whereabouts of Parks, but had been notified the congressman would accept service tomorrow. The congressman has been the object of a "subpoena search" since Saturday night. He was reported to have left NOME, ALASKA (Continued from Page One) it was discovered. The federal buildings, the Miners and Merchants bank, and the private residence in which the Weather Bureau is stationed were among the buildings lost. The Crescent hotel and the Lomcn Commercial Company establishment were the buildings left standing. Monday night, the 1,500 residents were virtually homeless, as the temperature again nea'red the' freezing point. The government immediately stepped in to aid, and from Washington came orders for Coast Guard cutters in the Bering sea area including one at Dutch Harbor, to race to the stricken city's aid. The city lies back from the harbor, and Monday night only smoking ruins could be seen from the waterfront. The government radio station was still standing. Famed throughout the north for its gold mining, Nome is a small city near Cape Nome, on the southern shore of the Seward peninsula. In 1900 its population was 12,488, but in recent years it has declined to about 1,500. It was the northwestern terminus of the United States military telegraph for many years. Gold was first found there in June, 1898, and October 18, 1898, the Cape Nome Mining District was organized. The postoffice was established in June, 1899, and the town incorporated on April 9, 1901. ena, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rogers announce the arrival of a daughter, born Sep- ttmber 17. Both mother and daughter are doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Swain of | Henderson, Texas, are visiting relatives and friends in Hope und vicinity until Wednesday. They arrived Sunday. ESSO SERVICE STATION Third ai::l K & A. Tracks Plioiie UK soti-Huckins Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized — Each PHONE 8 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That .n pursuance of the authority unil ili- .•pctions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of lit'inp- sleacl County, made and entered on Ihe 3rd day of September, A. D., 19H in a certain cause (No. 2821) then pending therein, between Tho First National Bank of Hope, a corporation, complainant, and H. C. Heed c-l ul, defendants, the undersigned, us Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the United States Post Office, in the City of Hope, County of Hempstead, und State of Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, 011 Saturday, O'ctober 27, A. D., 1934, the following described real estate, to-wit: ' The West Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Two, Township Twelve South, Range Tw.enty- ; even West, containing eighty acres, more or less, situated in Heinp- sleda County, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent per u in mm from date of sale until paid, und u lien bu 1 - 11 1 ing retained on the premises sold to (secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 14th day of September, 1934. DALE JG'NES Commissioner in Chancery. Sept. 18-25. U. S. Investigators Board Burned Ship They Ride Life-Line Out to Charred Hulk for Inspection ASBURY PARK, W, J, ~(/P)-- Members of the Department of Commerce board of inquiry in\1?,stif;;itinf! the burning of the liner Morro Castle went aboard the charred hulk Tuesday for an inspection of the wreck. Clad in overalls,. Diekerson N. Hoover, chairman, and three fellow board members rode tin- breeches bony nut to the deck of the ship. No one wns permitted to accompany them. Permision was refused by F. B. Crocco, Lard Line representative. , ^> c .igst, , Equalization Board (Continued from Pago, One) fice always in a worthy unil. acceptable manner. His pi'.bii; 1 service has elicited and won the apphu:-:.' of all, his record hears Ihe most favorable comparison witli the IJCKI of his predecessors, who formerly held this position. He returns to private lifo with the good wishes of the public and the love and confidence of the members of this Board, as well as the citizen. 1 ; at large. Be It Therefore Resolved: That this Board assure the Hon. John W. Ridgdill of their lasting m'nlitude and affection as well UK their appreciation for his splendid service and invariable record, and that as a lasting testimonial of these things, these resolution!; be spread upon the records of the Hempslead County Court records, and that a copy of them bo tendered to the Hon. John W. Itidijdill, as a tokt.'ii of our good will. R. A. CARRIGAN S. F. 11UNTLKY W. 13. LAFFEnTy Members of the Equali/.ation Board of Hcmpslijud County. Arkansas ARTHUR C. ANDERSON County Clerk and ex-Offifio Member a Camden hotel learly this morning and to have spent the day near Tex arkana. There are four times as many automobiles to the mile of improved road in thu United States today us there were 20 years ago. Walmsley Orders Orleans Cleanup Mayor Instructs Police to Act on Penalty of Dismissal' NEW ORLEANS, La. —(/T>)— Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley Tuesday laid down, the law to every ranking police officer in New Orleans at a meeting at police headquarters and said that if vice and gambling were not stamped out of the city he would dismiss them ircm tin: force. Walmnley';; orders to the police followed alleged revelations of gambling and vice in the city by the legislative investigating committee dominated by Senator Huey P. Long. Russia Elected in Face of Opposition League Admits Her Over Protests of Five Nations GENEVA, Switzerland.— (ff) — Five nations opposed to Russia's admission to the League of Nations lashed out Monday at Communist propaganda but the League's Political Committee voted to recommend the Soviet for membership. ' - • . ' Delegates representing Portugal; Switzerland, Holland, Belgium and Argentina assailed Moscow's political philosophy before the committee voted, 33 to I!, in favor of Russia's admission. There were seven absentions. 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