Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 26, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 26, 1937
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Tuesday, October 26,193? jKMM"*"'.""- . ;~'.'~n".'.':~;—.~'~r'" ""'^,'"1 STAR, HOPE, A&KANSAS PAGE MKS. SID HENRY Certainties Timo.i chnngc, bul these rcmnin: Friendship nncl love and song, In spile «f lo.ss and pain; Failure and plans gone wrong ,Lifc still holds countless cluirms, Which nothing ever harms. If gold had ne'er been coined And money never known, Lives hud by lova beet) joiiul, Ruses had still been Krown, Friendships hud still been miulc. So why be so nfraid? Over at bends the sky, Near us llio Icnfy trees Earth's pathways benutify; Still toil the honey l>es, Still ripple silver streams Where the bright sunlight gleams. We shall go on to joy, We shall new glories find; Time cannot quite destroy Home ties and pence of mind. After the present pain We shall rejoice ngiiin.—E. A. G. •«»* w . — Mr. HIK! Mrs. Carl Smith hml SIR week end guests, their daughter, Mrs. Sam Dameron and Mr. Cameron of Paris, Ark. -O- Mrs. J. M. Hoiuslon is spending a few days visiting with friends in Little Rock. -O- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams announce the arrival of n little daughter Mnxinc Virginia, on Sunday, October 24, nt their home on South Hervcy street. The Clnra chapter C. of C. held its October meeting ,-it the home of Mijsx Martha Hou.ston on North Pine street with Miss Martha Blackard as joint hostess. 'llie meeting opened with the salute to the flag, led by the new Director, Mrs. H. C. Whitworth. The business session was conducted by the new president, Miss Mary Cornelia Holloway. The minutes were read by tlie Secretary, Mi.ss Margaret Moses. Mi.-is Mary Ross McFaddiii opened tlie program with a very delightful piano selection. The life of Margaret Mitchell, the author of "Gone With the Wind" was reviewed by Miss Margaret Siimns. Miss Audrey McAdams closed the program will] a history of the Clare LowUiorp chapter. Twenty-one members and several potential members were present. Following the program, the ho.sto.ssc* assisted by their aunt Mrs. H. E. Cain served a tempting sandwich course. -o— Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp left Sunday for a short visit with relatives in Little Rock and friends in Russcllvillo before going to Rogers, Ark., where she will attend the annual Slate Convention, United Daughters of the Confederacy. —O- Thc Mission Study class of the First Methodist church held its closing session with Mrs. H. M. Briant as leader. A high note of interest and Inspiration was maintained throughout the program. Mrs. Henry Hilt reviewed the high points of the chapters on "The Christian Missionnry Movement" and "The Future," beginning with the earliest efforts, she brought to the class the lives of the workers; the difficulties and limitations under which they labored, and the methods they hod to use in gaining a hearing for their message. She outlined 'many needs thai are to be met if the Christian world discharges its responsibility to the Moslem people. Mrs. D. B. Thompson representing un Eastern woman brought an impressive message to the women of the West. While we have contributed much that is I helpful, we have also given many harmful things to them. A pen pic- ' lure of the human Jesus, His contri- | bution to the world by Mrs. R. M. Briant, a prayer by Mrs. R. L. Branch, a song and as a benediction a solo, 'Take Time to Do Holy" by Mrs. Fred H. Harrison brought to a close an unusually interesting and helpful Mission study. -o— A Junior Division of the Band Auxiliary was formed on Monday afternoon at the Oglesby school, with the second vice president, Mrs. C. Cook as cluiirman ami Mrs. H. O. Kylcr as secretary. Miss Fern G;irner of Hope has been selected us organization editor of the Ouachitonian, our yearbook. She is also vice president of the Ouachita Players. Animal Lecture to Be Given at Ozan ( Mrs. C. C. Thpmason to Give School Performance Wednesday Mrs. C. C. Thomnson, a representative of the Humane Society and a trainer of animals, will present an interesting and educational program, featuring trained squirrels and clogs in GO different acts, nl the Oznn school auditorium Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Thomnson has played recently in the various schools of Dallas, San Marcns, Fort Worth, Baton Rouge, Houston and other large ciiies. j Mrs. Thomnson, who is from Hous-j ton, carries with her recommendations and introductions from a number of educational leaders of the south. We, the Women By Ruth Millett Wlmt Is Love? All Kinds of Tilings JOHN WAYNE "WINDS 'OF THE WASTELAND" Fast—Action—Thrills TUKS.-\VE1). No. 2 MYSTERY—DRAMA THE TH MAN A Thrill Wallop Right at Your Heart • • » »~ii 13 Circus Opening In (Continued from Page One) nml through is worthy of the skill of Die greatest painter in all the world." By special arrangement with the Barney Bros. Circus, and through the co-operation 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 ndults which is the regular price of the tickets if you buy them nt tlie circus ticket wagon. If you will go to nny of the merchants below they will be glad to give you a Merchants Guest ticket, which you present at the ticket wagon on circus day with n 15 cent service for an adult ticket. These tickets will admit you to see the main circus performance without any further cost, unless you should desire n center section grandstand reserved scat, which can thought never to be forgotten, and after all should not these youthful impressions be encouraged? For are not these hallowed memories one of the choice gifts of a divinity which rules all mankind? "When one looks back over the span of life given him, how often comes back the hallowed memory of had and' mother with himself silting in between them, at (he circus. What n day of thrills it was? There was the elephant in all his glory, the funny clowns and the tumblers in their death' thrilling stunts. That was surely a day of clays. Could it be that we had more of them—for the sparkle of joy in the child's eye when thrilled through Hope, Wednesday Oct. 27 Two Shows Dally at 2 and 8 p. m. One Day Only, Kiiin or Shine, Circus grounds on old Highway GT Sanfonl Pasture. BIG CIRCUS BARGAIN DAY Sec your Merchant for Free. , (Jucst Tickets, 2 —more shows of glnrlout screen entertainment with lovely— SONJA HENIE •—in— THIN ICE WED-ONLY What is love? If you try to find the answer in headlines, where love so frequently strays, you'll end .up more confused than when you began looking. On one page you will observe that love Is H commodity—and quite a "dear" commodity, too— in the eyes of a Hollywood iclrcss who is asking nri heiress to pay her ?2,<X)I),000 for her crooner- boxer husband's love. Turning the page you get a view of love that makes you think it has a lol in common with an u n b r e akablc lease. You see that a school teacher who, thought given the legal right to Ruth Milfclt withdraw bed and board from her housegceper husband, has to pay him alimony. Then just when you are about to decide that modern love ought to be relegated to the financial pages of the newspaper, you como across a real love story. A story as packed with faithfulness and tragedy as any that poetS.havc found to write about. It's the story of a sleeping beauty who didn't waken—and of the man whose love never faltered during her long sleep. For more than five years we who read the newspapers have known part of Patricia McGuire, the beautiful stenographer who fell asleep in 1032. Her death brought to light the rest of the story—the faithfulness of the man to, whom she became engaged two months before she fell ill. All durihg the early days of' Patricia McGuire's sleep, James'Burns, her fiance, stayed at her bedside. Then when the sleep went on for weeks and months and lengthened into years, he returned to his work. But every day he inquired about the girl ho kept hoping against hope would one day awaken to be well again. Even when his business took him far away from the town in which the sleeping girl's family lived, he talked each day with her mother. For almost six years this man refused to give up hope that Patricia McGuire would some day be his Wife. There are some of the answers to your question, "What is love?" They're a confusing lot. Nevertheless, the dale on the paper tells you that each one is a modern answer. (Copyright 1937, NEA Service, Inc.) Road traffic in Britain kills 10,000 animals daily. AI the Nrw Without the obvious mystery tricks that are constantly being used in motion pictures, "T)i<- Thirteenth Man" which opens Tuesday at tho New theater proees to hf ;i first rate Monogram production with suspense, thrills and plenty of action. The breezy sl'.ry contains all the essentials for an excellent mystery drama. It concerns the mysterious killing of a crusading district attorney and tho solution of the. crime by an ace radio news toiiimeiitator.' Weldon HeybupTi portrays tho role of tho reporter with forte and reality. Inez Courtney plays the feminine lead and is both convincing and attractive. In .supijort of Heybm-n and Miss Courtney, outstanding iwrformances are turned in by Sclrner Jackson, Malty Fain, Robert Hom.-m, Eadio Adams, Grace Dtirkin ;md Mtlburn Stone. William Nigh did un excellent job at Die directional helm. lie has managed to offer a well balanced combination of mystery, suspense, thrills, and comedy. The original .screenplay was written by John Krafft. Paul Ivano was the cameraman. Associate producer was Lou Young. The .second fcrilurc on this two-day program .star.'; John Wayne in "Winds of the Waste Land" a thrilling outdoor we.st.orn which carries plc-nty of Die action desired by the youth of the nation as well ;i .s the .adults. Both of these features arc fjrst run in Hope. P.-T. A, Program to Be Presented at Columbus Mr.s. C. P. Rogers, chairman of the program committee, will present the following P. T. A. program, Thursday night, October 28, 7:15 o'clock at the Presbyterian church of Columbus: President's message—Mrs. Orrie Gilbert, Why Parents visit school—Mr. S. R. Young. Halloween. number — Third and Fourth grades. They Quarrel All the Time—Mrs. Horace Ellen. Halloween songs—Fifth and Sixth Grades. Preceding the program the regular business session will be held. A prize will be awarded the room having the greatest number of parents present. One school bus will make the usual run to bring the parents to the meet- Anyone wishing td join the J*", 1R i or visit its meetings is wel«Mft|« ' 'q,U'B.NQMJB Hintott > * The Hlnton Home DctnonsirttiiSfl club met Tuesday afternoon 12 at the club house. Twelve were present. The meeting opened with the ing of several songs, followed reading of the woman's creed, secretary then called the roll and the minutes of the last meelingi Mrs. O. B. Hodnett read & patfe* otf '• government affairs and taxation. Ml&f-°J| Buliington read several poettls to the^ members. Everyone discussed aftd'; made plans for the achieveitiefti'dsyr S ell m • ^i ^ ^ There is actually such £ thing as fc a bookworm. It is a grub which iee^'/'| on the paper in books. , Vjj VICKS VA-TRO-NOL ICKS VAPOR us befps endd cold quicker helps preveof many colds Full details of the Plan In each Vicki Package FOOTBALL! •sir ARMY-NAVY -j^- LEW AYRES —and— MARY CARLISLE "HOLD 'EM NAVY be purchased on the circus grounds for 15c extra. Many merchants will have specia bargains to offer you on cricus day So come to Hope on Wednesday and patronize tho merchants who have made this circus bargain possible. Joe Riders Grocery. Scott Stores. Rcphnn's Dept. Store Burr Dept. Store Ward & Son John P. Cox Drug Co. Hilt Shoe Store Duggar's Gco. W. Robison & Co. Roberts Grocery and Market. Saratoga Journalism Club Elects Officers On October 12, the Saratoga Journalism class elected now officers for the staff, to serve for the next two issues of Hit- news. They were as follows: Editor, Rupert Blacksvood; assistant editor, James McJunkins; business manager, Inez Bell; assistant manager, Mary Louis Spates; social editor, Lily Bell Robertson; sports editor, Janic Fern Hughes and Don Lewis, Lord Macaulay wrote an essay to demolish a book which he found had gone into 12 editions, yet lacked merit, and promised the same treatment to similar frauds on the public, " Comedy— mid — Novelty M SHOW THAT4T DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT Lots of Wild Animals, Scores ol Big Top Stars who will thrill and entertain you. Lois of pretty girls. See Ruth, (hat comical elephant perform, who is over 100 years old and forger than tho fumed JUMBO. A good show ends. WARNER OLAND <( CHAS. CHAN ON BROADWAY" CLARK GABLE JEAN HARLOW —uncl— MYRNA LOY "Wife vs. Secretary" 2—Short Units—2 See Our S5JO Silk Dresses Specialty Shop MIND Your MANNERS Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authorilative answers below: 1. If you are leaving word for a person to telephone you, should you leave your number as well as your name? 2. May a telephone number be, printed on personal stationery? 3. What might a secretary say to a telephone caller if she has to keep him waiting while she looks up information necessary by tlie call? 4. How might a man announce himself to another man whom he is calling on business? 5. What is the best way to begin a telephone conversation when one has called to give an order to a business firm? What would you do if— You are resuming a telephone conversation after having had lo leave the telephone for a minute or two— where you left off? (a) Begin your conversation (b) Say, "I'm sorry to have kept you waiting, Mr. Brown?" (c) Say, "Thank you for waiting, Mr. Brown?" Answers 1. Yes. 2. Yes. 3. "Will you hold the line, please while 1 find out about that?" 4. "Good morning. Mr. Smith, this is Mr. Jones of Campbell and Sons." 5. "Tlie furniture department, please." "Please take an order for " Best "What Would You Do" solution, either "b" or "c". (Copyright 1037, NEA Service, Inc.) GEO. W. BIG 3 ON & CO. ft°° Silk D r es ses down snlc ^ .00* The Geo. W. Robison & Co. BIG 3 STORE SALE is still in full swing. Remember—all merchandise is selected from our regular stock, no sale items were special purchases but all Robison value merchandise. Now is the time to buy while the prices are so low. Don't wait another day—come in now and see the wonderful values in store for you. Men's heavy S m. Sanforized Overalls. All bine color and made with vest back. Large pockets full matte, well fitting. Priced specially for this sale at— A large group of solid or fancy outings. Good colors and good weight. Don't wait to get your share of this value. During this sale only— Thick Red Goose School Tablets. Plenty of good strong paper. Buy a supply of these while the price is only— Fine quality lunch cloths. Full 52\52 size in beautiful plaid colors. You'll want several of these to brighten up the home. During this sale only— Heavy weight Winter Unions in either white or ecru. Sizes from 3G to 46. A real value at— Men's jackets made of genuine Dupout Calvetex. Full lined and full zipper front. Guaranteed not to crack or peel. An ideal jacket for cold clamp weather. A large selection of Indies and misses sweaters in good fall colors and new weaves. A real value during this sale at— Part wool hlaukols in the (iGxSIl size. Colors are blue, rose, lavender, and gold plaids. A good warm blanket fur cold winter nights, Fine, quality Sea Island Doim-slic. Full 40 inches wide and best quality. 85 MEN'S SHIRTS sto. and colon A, PaUerns W to 20. slzes torn Rcversable bedspreads in tin- Sli\KI5 M/.c. All fast color and pre-shrunli. A real value at— vi. IH>H. A large assortment uf men's regular l.V sox. 1'riced especially for this sale at— Good quality boys \\itikr union Miil-. full cut in random colors. A real value at— Cannon Bath Tmvuls.-iOxJh she. Fancy borders and doubled thread. Will lap up water. A large group of men's regular SI.(Ml iliess shirt!, have been selected and specially priced at~- We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store iCiP lot SDN & CO. *'•"•"•" '.r «, «.«•,„, Prescott Nashville

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