Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 23, 1937
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, Aft*ANSAS Saturday, October 23, 193 HHIIHO fifi i( Charlie Chan" at ; Rialto on Sunday itftier 01 and at the Ito Sunday Through ''*>>- Tuesday I "this "Charlie Chan" is a good mystery, Jtejadrama. While built along the general lines of the earlier numbers of the series, it differs in that the story does not include as much romance. There is comedy, however. . The "story idea- has been somewhat rtvised and quality of production sup* port' has been improved. Warner Oland, it fixture in the series, gives his Usual capable performance, and JKeji'ie Luke, whose role as his Number One son, is being made increasingly Important, Is up to standard. Effective *8upp&rt is contributed by the featured players, Joan Marsh. J. Edward Bromberg, Douglas Fowiey, Harold Huber, Donald V/oods and Louise Henry. The picture shows Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Rialto. For this adventure "Charlie" be- tomes involved in weird doings of those who live oh the shadowy side of New York's night club, political and newspaper life. A girl and a man, whose, characters have been built up to .Create the illusion that they are menaces to a lot of persons, are murdered, and by force of circumstances "Charlie's" son, "Lee," is im- pJicatetl... Called in by the police who Wer|> Welcoming him to the city, "Chan" 'is confronted by a maze of circumstances and one cannot go wrong when he sees "Charlie Chan on Broadway." 'Thin Ice 11 at Saenger Sunday Approximately 6,000,000 state hunting licenses are issued each year in the United States. A gay and magnificent musical that skims' In shimmering delight along the silvery Alpine slopes, snow-drenched with dazzling spectacle nnd exciting beauty, heart-warming with riotous fun ancl young romance, brings Sonja Henic and Tyrone Power tgoether, ns you wanted them to he, thrilling, as you knew they'd be in "Thin Ice," which opens Sunday at the Saenger Theater. Topping nil her triumphs of "One in a Million," Miss Henie is more radiantly exciting than ever .as she displays new beauty, new daring and new breath-taking thrills. MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 321 ~ ^ *•> True Nobility Honour and shame from no condition t_ rise; Act- well your part,, there all the * honour lies. Fortune in men has some small dif- frence made, One-flaunts in rage, one flutters in brocade; TJie'cobbler aproned, and the parson gowned, The friar hooded, and the monarch .crowned. "What differ more (you cry) than crown and cowl?" TU tell you, friend; a wise man and a fool. ., You'll find, if once the monarch acts the monk, Or, .cobbler-like, the parson will be drunk, Worth makes the man, and want of it tKe fellow; rest'is all but leather or prunello. —Selected. Here's another list of new and inter- esting'new books that have been received at the City Library: "And So- Victoria" by Wilkins, a book with individuality, made up of stark horror, tenderness, humor and adventure. "Truce With Life" by L. Hauclc, a light love-story, easy reading. "Worka-Day" by Greig—Love and business do not mix—or do they? "Conversation At Mid-Night" by Edna St. Vincent Millay, a sequence of poems that daring and provocative expression in dialogue with that of our times. "The Return cf Religion" by Link, a book every American should read. Three new books for children: "Dean and Don at the Dairy," "Giant Otto" and "Otto At Sea" Readers will please remember that: A thought in time, saves a book fine, and to keep the waiting list smart and trim, read your book through, then hurry it back again. With the above in mind, readers will certainly assist the librarian in the preservation of the books, and not delay others in reading the new books, for who likes to read a "dogeared" book or have to wait a year for a new book? Mrs. Emond White, Lieut. Girls Scout Troupe, No. 1 entertained the Troup and captain Mrs. Clyde Monts at a very delightful Halloween party on Friday afternoon at her home on West Fifth street. The Halloween motif stressed fhe scheme of decoration and following a short business session of the Troup, Halloween games and contests were enjoyed, with the prizes going to Misses Ruth Bowden ancl SAENGER SUN.-MON.-TUES. Sonja Henic—Tyrone Powers —in— "THIN ICE" WEDNESDAY ONLY "HOLD 'EM NAVY- THURSDAY-FRIDAY MARY LIVINGSTO'N (Mrs. Jack Benny; —in— "THIS WAY PLEASE" RIALTO SUN.-MON.-TUES. WARNER OLAND -rin— "Chas. Chan on Broadway" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY GABLE, HARLOW & LOY in a return of "WIFE Vs. SECRETARY" All-Star Cast in Film at the New "Call It a Day" Presents Stage Favorites Here Sunday For a couple of years in London nnd then for over a year in New York there ran with great success a play by an Englishwoman, Dodic Smith, entitled "Call It a Day." It delighted audiences because it was 'different." In fact, nothing just like it had ever been presented before. It was the story of the reactions of the various members of a nice suburban amily to the first touch of spring, with its balmy, pulsestirring warmth and fragrance. They all fell in love—or at least they nought they did—which seems per- "eetly natural. But at the end of the evening, when they were all ready to 'Call It a Day," well, that was some- hing different. As a movie, the comedy-drama, a 'osmopolitan production released by Varner Bros., will open at the New heater on Sunday. It is a smart sophisticated film, cle- icnding to a considerable extent upon irilliant dialogue and upon brilliant lerformances. The dialogue was there Iroady, from Miss Smith's pen, and o Director Archie Mayo insured his ierformances by assembling a truly emarkable cast. Husband and wife of the family are Ian Hunter and Frieda Inescort, both famed on stage and screen. The young daughter of the house is Olivia de Havilland, fresh from her triumph in "The Charge of the Light Brigade." Peter Willes, imported from the London stage is the young son. Youngest daughter is Bonita Granville, who played the "brat" in "These Three." A family friend who becomes infatuated with Miss Inescort is the droll Roland Young, with Alice Brady to aid and abet his suit. A "girl next door" and the object of the young son's affections, is the lovely Anita Louise. An artist who is almost won by the elder daughter, Miss de Havilland, is Walter Woolf King. His understanding wife is Peggy Wood. An actress who comes near to sweeping the father- husband off his feet is Marcia Ralston. It is truly an all-star cast—even the 'bit" parts being played by such notables as Una O'Connor, Beryl Mercer, Elsa Buchanan and Mary Field. "Call It a Day" won great acclaim in its previews, when the critics called it a delightful comedy, with touches of deep and genuine cjrama. It was adapted for the screen by Casey Robinson. "Call It a Day" Rim at New Inn Milliter Is the husband who wns fortylsh ami fnllhful until spring cnme along, nnd Frieda Inescort Is his wife of long standing who'd stood nlioiit enough, In "Call It A Day" the screen's clitickle-elimnpion of 19.17, which comes lo the New Theater, on Sunday. added much to the entertainment arranged for the occasion. Halloween refreshments were served. -O— Mr. ancl Mrs. Conyers Brandon of Marshall, Texas, are guests of Mrs. George Sandefur. -CD- Mr, ancl Mrs. Frank Hearne will Frances Bruner. A fortune teller plied ! nave as week-end guests. Mr. and Mrs. her trade during the af.ernoon ancl SATURDAY To II p. m. JOHNXY MACK BROWN—In "BOOT HILL BRIGADE' 1 -Vo, 3 "Painted Stallion"—Cartoon SUNDAY «WW'*<5»,~ * Tedwcolor—"COCONUT GROVE" CaJioway and Orchestra / Sharp ancl little son of Mooringsport. La. Maureen Walker will have as weekend guests, Miss Hester Smith and Sherwood Smith of Malvern. Miss Dasiy Dorothy Heard of Magnolia A. & M. is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mra. J. R. Heard and other home folks. . CHURCHES CHURCH OK THE NAZAKENE 511 South Elm James R. Walsh Pastor Sunday school 9:-15 a. m. Visitor Sunday, every member bring n visitor. Morning worship 11 o'clock, "Making Room for God" Young peoples service 7 p. m. Evening service 8 p. m. FIRST METHODIST Fred R. Harrison, Pastor "Home-Made Religion" will be the subject of the pastor's morning sermon. This is a special sermon in observance of Childhood and Youth week which has been sponsored by our church during the past. week. Teachers have endeavored to visit the hon.es of the pubils in the church school. Entire families are urged to attend this service. Come to the church school which begins at 10 a. m. and remain for the morning congregational worship. Rev. J. D. Baker, Presiding Elder of the Prescott district, will preach dt the evening hour at 7:30, and conduct the fourth quarterly conference. A cordial invitation is extended the membership and others not attending church elsewhere to attend these services. The Intermediate and Young People will meet in their Epworth League service at 6:45 p. m. It's A Racket (Continued from Page One) any signing to be clone, let them do it —and I'm going to see what all this is about!" 'When he discussed the matter with his attorney lie learned exactly what had happened. Certain parts'of the "vouchers" had been trimmed off nnd the remainder changed into "contracts." by means of interline-fir printing, so that each lime a "voucher" wns signed, another "contract" wns made for additional advertising in another fake "directory." Sales Girls Are Now (Continued from Page One) back-slapping type of salesman is out. too." The Albany girls seek to determine the most becoming stylo of hairdrcss. Demonstrations ancl experiments convert many a fluffy coiffure into a neater, flatter type. Color anil Quantity They also try out several shades of rouge and lipstick—to discover the correct color and quantity to enhance their individual complexions. They are told that while carmine- tinted nails may be all right for cven- ng wear they have no place behind the sales counter. Nails of too bright hue distract customers and actually . E. C Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Cannon will leave Hope Sunday morning for Chicago where Dr. Cannon will attend the annual meeting of the American College of Surgeons next week, Grant's tomb on the Hudson river in New York City cost 5600,000, all raised by popular subscription. Greater New York has about 5,500 miles of streets, aprpoximately two- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker ancl Miss I thirds of the mileage paved. Every Clown an Uncle When Baby Visits Barney Bros. Circus Lau- hler i., the well-print; of life, a.s some .- ii/,e |jl.ilo.so|,lu-r of old .•apiently remarked. Nobody will deny that an ounce of hearty laughter is worth a gallon of medicinal tonic. "Summon my Court Fool!" cried Queen Eli/abpih, fioin her throne, and out tripped Uicjkey Tarleton, her fav- orite jester in all the motley of cap and bells. "Bring on the clowns!" cry the children of today at the circus, and forthwith come romping, tumbling, and skylarking an army of merry mad- caps. The origin of the clown is shrouded in mystery, but it is safe to say that the illustrious Maccus of ancient Rome was assuredly the predecessor of our own immortal Dan Rice. Through the ages, clowns have been benefactors of mankind. It is interesting to circus lovers to note that the slang term for a clown around the circus is "Joey." This affectionate synonym dates back to the days of the great Joseph Grimaldi, the illustrious English clown who was always called "Joey," and nothing else. Every clown since Grimaldi's time has been dubbed "Joey." There are a hundred clever clowns from all corners of the globe with the Barney Bros. Circus. By special arrangement with the Barney Bros. Circus, and through the cooperation of the merchants of Hope, it has been made possible for you to attend this circus for 15c for children and 25c for adults, instead of 25c for children and 50c for adults which is the regular price of the tickets if you buy them at the circus ticket wagon. If you will go to any of the merchants listed below they will be glad to give you a merchants guest ticket, which you present at ticket wagon on circus day with a 15c service chaige for a child and 25c service for an adult ticket. These tickets will admit you to see the main circus performance without any further i«.v,t unless you should desire a center section grandstand reserved seat, which can be purchased on the circus grounds for lac extra. Many merchants will have special bargains lo offer you on circus day So come to Hope on September 27 and patronize the merchants who have made this circus bargain possible •and see a real circus at * nominal cost. List will be published Monday. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W. R. Hamilton, Pastor .'Sunday is one of the most important days for many a month. More workers will enroll in the Training Course of this church which will be held Monday through Friday night. A religious census will be taken of the whole city. About sixty have enrolled in tiic Training School classes, we want at least one hundred more. Won't you come and enjoy a week of fellowship and instruction with us? This i.s a rare opportunity and it may be several years before one like this will come again. If you want lo know how to build a great Sunday School come to our Training Course. A nursery and .supervised study hall will beheld each night for the children. Workers from other churches are invited. One hundred census takers are needed by the First Baptist church for Sunday afternoon. A number who volunteered to help were unable to attend the meeting on Thursday night. There were forty-two present from this church. Let all who have volunteered be joined by thirty or forty who will decide to work Sunday in the dining room, of the Educational Building immediately following the morning church service. The more workers we have, the more easily the task can be accomplished. The pastor wjll preach Sunday morning on "Aggressive Christianity." The service will be shortened to permit census takers to have lunch at the church and begin work by 12:30 or 12:45. In this way they may be able to report results of their census completed by 2:30 or 3:00. A great popular service is being planned for Sunday night. The pastor's subject will be: "By the Divine Touch." This service will open at 7:30. Sunday school as usual at 'J:43 and Baptist Training Union at G:30, A cordial invitation is extended to everyone. GABRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis A Purtlf, Pastor Sunday school is to meet at 9:-15. We urge all to be present and on time. Our superintendent is working hard to build a yood Sunday school; let us do what we can to help in this great work. Our pa.-tor will preach at the 11 <>'clock hour and after tin; sermon those planning In help in the census work will have lunrh at ihr church and .stall their u'ork (»•, ]2 !."> [j ni. U. Y. I' T C will ii,.',.i ,,i i;:;i) p . „,. We are to bi 1 hoijuri'd in ihc evening service by having uith ,i , iJi J K. Cobb. .Sec:ret.uy and Tie.i-.uier of the American Hajiti.it A.-..SOCI.IIIU/: He will preach foi the church .,i V .ID \, in. Dr. Cobb i.s an outstanding pre.n-lier and we feel .sure thai ><>n .'.ill v.ant.ln hear him. CARD OF THANKS Jack Benny Plays Role of an Extra But It's an Accident, in "This Way Please," atSaenger Our of the most expensive extra over la take purl in a scene is In "This Way Plensv," which appears Thursday and Fridny at tho Saenger. Paramount pays him $100,0(10 n year for his services, but he got Just sixty cents foi 1 his bit in "Tills Way Please." The actor is Jack Benny, who happened to be on the set to wntch his wife nnd radio teammate, Mary Livingston, while she WILS plivying her ro(c in the film. Benny, Accompanied by comedian cut down snk'S. . And they are encouraged to take some lime out during tho lunch hour to groom thomselvos for the afternoon rush of customers. This is a wise precaution because the average shopper sols pretty jaded in the aftcr- uxin nnd the sight of a fresh, well groomed .salesgirl is n real restorative. Benny Baker, was just looking on, and wondered into a theater foyer crowd scene in which Mnry was an usherotW. On Meeting her husband unexpectedly she blew up in her lines. Robert Floroy fixed it up, though, to remake the scene with Benny nnd Bnker in it, and to give Benny a line to speak. They run through the scene nnd went on about their business, and the .studio felt duty bound to pay both nctors for their efforts. Two checks, for sixty cents ed6h, were made out; to Jock O'Bcnny ahd Bonny O'Bnker. All the'names In "This Way Pleads" nre not in the extra ranks, howoVef. Fibber McGce nnd Molly of radio fame, Charles "Buddy" Rogois, Ned "Picklcpuss" Sparks, Betty Grnbte, Porter (lull and Lee Bowman comptdtS the ciisl. Orviile W. Erringer Hope. Ark. Representing Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored fiy ' Hamilton Depositors Corp. Matinee Sun, at 2 & 4 :30 p. m. Night at 8 :<15 SUN. MON. & TUBS. We desire to express to our friends nur sincere appreciation for their many kindnesses to us in the illness and death of our'wife ancl daughter Also tho beautiful floral offering and expression of sympathy. Berry Reynolds Crawford Lewis Rebecca Wilbon Boss Wilbon Mnry D. Davis Zollic Davis Leona Harris. Woird doings on Broadway ! WARNER OLAND — and — JOAN MARSH —in the best "Chan" mystery melodrama of them all ! "CHARLIE CHAN on BROADWAY" DOUBLE SHOW RIALTO —and— SAENGER Sunday, Monday;! -and— Tuesday The girl with the gorgeous smile and million dollar personality— I . Attendance of chikhen in the elementary schools of England is expected to decrease by l.GUD.UUI) in the next 15 yenr*. duo In (he dcclinini! birth raits and other lacinr.-,. Hope, Wednesday Oct. 27 Two Shows Dully nt 2 mid 8 p. m. One Day Only, Rain or Shine. Circus grounds on old Highway 87 Simford Pasture BIO CIRCUS HAItGAIN DAY Seo your Merchant fur Free Guest Tickets. More del i g h t f 14 J Ihan "Onu in —Added— Entertainment Paramount News —and— Comedy "Spring Festival" THUR. & FRI. SHOW DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT I-ots of Wild Animals, Scores of JJi« Top Stars who will thrill and enlcr- tain you. Lots of pretty Kir's. See Ruth, that comical elephant perform, who is over 100 years old anil lorger than the famed JUMBO. WED-ONLY LEW AYRES —and— MARY CARLISLE "Hold 'Em Navy" —Sounds like Fonlhull!

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