Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 21, 1934 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 21, 1934
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h I 5'^,-. It $: ^Friday, September 21, 1934 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PA'GE MRS. SID HENRY ocietdj NRY ||111|| TELEPHONE 821 Words of Kindliness They are very easy, arc Words of kindliness; They cause one no worry or trouble to express. And they smooth the brow of care, Sogth the sad soul's fret, And when they are said they leave never a regret. They cost nothing, and they arc worth more than minted gold; Gold is something that one's hands for a time may hold. They smooth paths for weary feet, They uphold men's hands, They make of life's rugged ways Fair enchanted lands. Ilioy buy more than gold can buy of the things men keep And take with Ihcm to the bourne Past the time of sleep. Little words of kindliness Cost you not a thing, But they put light in the. sky, Cause a soul to .sing. Smooth (lie rugged ways of life, Start them running true, And you cannot keep them from coining back to you.—Selected. Mrs. Laura Bennett, who has spent the past few weeks in Fort Worth is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mamilton and relatives en route to her home in nusscllville. T. A. Middlcbrook.s spent Thursday with his daughter, Mrs. W. C. Jackson and Mrs. Jackson in Bcnton. Mr. and Mrs. William Simpson of daughter, Mrs. Ernest Wingfiold and TONITE (Fri.) ONLY C0BETTA YOUNG D nd GARY GRANT Here's another big- Double Program SATURDAY .Chapter 10 "Wolf Dog" T h c b i pgest Saturday IKU- gain you ever saw— \ Any Seat daughter, Mrs. Mr. Wingfleld. rncst Wingficld and Resuming their activilies for Ihc coming school year, the Brookwood P.T.A. held their regular montly meeting on Wednesday afternoon at the Brookwood school, with the president, Mrs. James R. Henry, presiding. The National president's message was read by Mrs. M. M. MeCloughan and report of the September council meet ing was given by Mrs. A. D. Brannon. A paper entitled "Goals" by our national president was read by Mrs. Curl Bruner. There were 30 members who responded to the roll call and during a short business meeting committees were appointed and plans were discussed for the school of instruction to be held at the high schol on September 2!). Thursday afternion the Womans Chrislian Union met at the home of Mrs. Sam Warmack with Mrs. D. B. Thompson and Mrs. Dale Barnuin as associate hostesses. The president, Mrs. T. R. King, being absent from the meeting, it was conducted by Mrs. H. H. Stuart and Mrs. C. B. Tyler acted as secretary. What a Friend We Have in Jesus, was sung followed by the Lord's Prayer in unison. The Scripture reading was from the second j chapter of First Corinthians and was j read by Mr:;. W. R. Chandler. The business was dispatched in the regular manner, Ihe program opened with i "Why I Am a Total Abstainer,'. Giv- j ing Twelve Reasons" was read by c Mrs. D. B. Thompson, giving as her first reason, "I want lo be a loyul citizen, the use of alcohol is breaking the spiril of Ihe law," her second reason was, "I think safely upon the highway, alcohol increased accidents' her third reason was, "I seek a strong body and alcohol lowers resistance." A brief oullinc of the 15th world convention held in Stockholm, Sweden was given by Mrs. H. H. Stuart, followed by an appreciated vocal selection by Mrs. S. L. Padgetl accompanied by Mrs. Warmack. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Anna Li- j very interesting Bible study. We feel that this is a very important meet- STUBBORNNESS By Helen Welshlmer T OFTEN rented oul my hear! A When it was bright and new. A day \vas all I would allow, And (all lads, two and two, MOVED in and out, and oul and In. ifi (The neighbors frowned on mei; So easily I routed love, I Iliotiglil 'twould always be. A SIMPLE tiling to make i( leave; "• Then you came, laughing, gay. I meant to send you home at dusk, But you won't go away!. Paisley Visiting BegunbyP.-T.A. Grade School Program to Emphasize Character- Education Committees composed of a Parent- Teacher association mother and a home room teacher from each group at Paisley grade school started on their visiting program Wednesday. This is the first step in the year's P.-T. A. program, the aim of which is to develop character-education through a closer relationship between the home and the school. Commmittees working Wednesday were: Mrs. Jesse Brown, Miss Lulie Allen, first grade. Mrs. Joe Colemand, Mrs. George Green, second grade. Mrs. Fred Russell, Miss Genevievc Dodds, third grade. Mrs. C. O. Riggins, Miss Helen McRae, fourth grade. Mrs. C. V. Nunn, Miss Nellie Porter, fifth grade. Mrs. C. B. Presley, Mrs. Charles Routon, Jr., sixth grade. mann burst out. Then turning to Pcronnc, he snarled. "Damn you, you're not telling the truth." China, Japan, and Germany are all claimants to the honor of introducing macaroni to the world. Cardinals Win 2; Pull Up on Giants St. Louis Gains Half a Game on National League Leaders BOSTON, Mass. -(/P)~ The Cardinals continued their pennant drive with a double victory over the Braves 4 to 1 and 1 to 0 today, as the clubs closed out their season's rivalry. The two triumphs put the Cards a half game closer to the Giants, leaving them 3'/a games behind the league leaders. | Excellent pitching by Tex Carletoii and Bill Walker carried the Cards over today's difficulties. Carleton limited the Braves to three hits in the opener to beat them for the sixth time this season and Walker came through with a shutout although touches for eight blows, one more than the Cards made off Fren Frankhouse. | Ed Brant's wildncss proved costly, to the Braves in the first clash. According to records for the last half century, August 31 has been the wettest clay of the year in England. 666 i Liquid, Tables, Salve, Nose Drops j Checks Malaria in 3 days, Colds First j day, Headaches or Neuralgia in 30 minutes. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. WHO? ROBISON'S WHAT? BARGAIN DAY (Copyright, CHURCHES CHURCH OF CHRIST West Fifth and Grady Streets Glenn A. Parks, Minister Each Wednesday we are having ken. The hostess "served sandwiches and punch. The last of'a series of programs on State Missions being sponsored by the Womans Society o f the First Bap- ing. Services for the week end arc as follows: Bible study at 10 a.m., preaching services at 11 a.m. and at 7:45 p.m. Subject for the morning sermon, "The Perfect Model." Sub- list church was given on Wednesday j, jcct for the evening sermon, "God's afternoon with Circle 5 presenting the Commandments Are Not Grevious." program on the subject "With God" We are urging every member of the program on the subject discussing what the Baptists arc do- church ing with the different classes. The to attend these services. Let us be as was David, "I was glad when devotional was given by Mrs. W. P.' they said unto me, let us go up into Agce followed by Mrs. A. A. Hal- j tli c house of Jehovah." We, too. are tcrt who discussed "Ministry to the always glad to have visitors attend. Migrants." Mrs. W. R. Rogers clis- We cordially invite you. cussed "Our Working with the Nug- j roes." At this time special music was; given by four colored girls from the I Lonokc Baplst church, which was' very pleasing to the meeting. Mrs. GAIWETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH D. VV. BniVy, S. S. Supt Sunday school at 10 a.m.. Singing Franklin Hcrton read a paper in re- : Sunday night at T:'.'iO. Prayer meeting gard to "With God in the Houseboat," ;and Mrs. Phillip- Fostoi- read a paper entitled '"Working with God in the Wednesday evening at 7:30. Tuesday of next week our church will have with us the Rev. McYaven Mountnns." .The meeting closed with c f Waldo, who has many friends in prayer by Mrs. Wallace Rogers. On and oround Hope who wil,l be glad Wednesday evening, Mrs. Hugh Jones to hour him preach. The public is in- who is director of the young peoples vitcd to worship with us Tuesday ev-"~of wcrk gave an interesting program in cning. Song service starts at 7 :30 The the form of a play. j sermon will begin at 8. squad acting under Lieut. James Finn who has been assigned to the Lindbergh case since the day of the ab-! duction, immediately began to trail the inconspicious Bronx householder. I Becomes Suspicious ! For several days Hauptmann's ac- j lions gave little indication that lie might be the man for whom the en- lire world has been searching for two ' and cnc half years. Then, early on Thursday morning, he apaprcntly be- ] came suspicious that he was being fol- j lowed and police feared h c might attempt to flee. They broke into his home at once, placing him under arrest and taking him to the Greenwich police station, where the under-covcr squad had its headquarters. For more than 24 hours the prisoner was questioned by Inspector Lyons, Lieutenant Finn and other police officials. Speaking volubly with a broad German accent, Hauptmann persisled in his denials that he knew anything of the Lindbergh kidnaping or the ransom money. The S10 with which he paid for the gasoline, he said, was acquired in the course of a business transaction, and he did not know its exact origin. Meanwhile, however, a sqaud of dclectives had been assigned to ransack the Hauptmann home. After they had searched every nook of the dwelling they began an inspection of the garage in the rear, which boasted 12c GOVERNMENT COTTON LOANS Ne Red-Tape—No Charges .. Simply bring samples and receipts to our office •and get your check for full amount of the loan. We offer you our usual prompt and efficient service. Plow-up options bought. T. S. McDAVITT & CO. Hope, Ark. •«WIHaBIM0HCMHaMMBK]MM^KllHaHMHHMH^B^HHHHBBVVMMHHIHi^MiKHHMH» W System Store It Pays to Buy Quality Groceries Specials for Saturday POTATOES RED U. S. No. 1 10 t'ONIQNS •NICE-'YELLOW- 3 u . 10c On Thursday evening at 7 o'clock 1 at the-home of Mr. and Mrs. J A. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. with ( ill LI1U' llUIIlv Ui i»n. emu ii*tJ. u •* »• • - , 1-i , Sullivan the annual supper given by class for all ages. Morning worship nt the Everyman* class of the First Ch- 10:55 a.m. anil young peoples mcet- rislian church was given with the ing at G:30 p.m.. vcning worship at Loy Womens class and a few special 130. Mid-week services Wednesday at friend, as guests. The guests, about 35 7:30. Topic Phophcsy of Ezekicl in number wore seated at two beau- All are cordially invited lo attend all lifully appointed tables centered with or any of these meetings. red roses and a most tempting three- -•- " t^TIAN rmjRCII course supper was served. Following MUST CHRISTIAN IHUKUI the supper adjournment was made to Bible school will starl promptly at the large and comfortable front por- 9:45. We want mere than 100 present, ch where conversation was enjoyed.' Christian Endeavor: Intermediates The hospitality of this pleasant home w jll meet at 5:15 p.m. and the young WARNER CHANT It ain't no sin lo set:— ROGER PRVOR... JUH» MUI BROKI ; [ami Humors BRt»[ sni I Sun-Mon-Tues. is well known and 1 an invitation there people at 0:30 p.m.. always bespeaks an enjoyabl c occa-, Prayer meeting, Wednesday sion. night of Thanks We wi.sh to lake this method <>f thanking our friends fur the kindness and .sympathy shown u.s during the illness and death of our father, S. C. (Dad) Farley. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts. at 7:30 p.m. vcryonc come. \ Choir practice, Thursday night t^- ginning at 7:30. Worship hour Sunday morning at 10:50, subject, "Burdens and the Burden Bearer" and evening service nl 7::i(>, .subject; "What Sock You A friendly invitation is extended lo everyone to worship with us in all our .services. • Guy D. Holt, Pastor. - -«>««»- . .. . EXTORTION, FORMAL A book has been published in u language that is spoken by only 3IK) people. It is a version of the Gospels prepared by the British and Foreign I Bible Siiciel. yfor the usu of the Wor- i Iliiuptmiuin's arrest, rora a liny tribe of Australian abori- I He spoke for the combined force (Continued from One) of iiivcstiMators that apprehended the alien— fedrral agents, New Jersey troop- uul New York City police. Buckingham Palace. "In your cpinion," O'Ryan was ; Each day at London, more than 150 breakfasts, lunches and dinners are served to the ask- solvu the Lindbergh permanent officials, servants, and at- | tcndanls retinue. cd, "does this kidnaping?" Solution Declared Found who form the Royal English ! O'Ryan conferred for a minute with ' J. Edgar Hoover, chief of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation of the Department of Justice, and with H. Nor- inaii Schwart/opf, head of the New Jersey state police. 1 So said: i "Yes. it will." "Belter lie called up l>.v Bis limn down by the Buss" Big Ben $3.25 Baby Ben $2.95 $1.45 $1.25 FORTUNE (Square Shape) WESTCI.OX (Itantam) JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. Plv 81 We Deliver eSson'Huckins Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized—Each PHONE 8 Story of Arrest NEW YORK -(/'I')— Here is how the arrc.sl in the Lindbergh kidnaping case was made: As ha;: been expected from the time the kidnaping investigation hogged down in a hopeless mire of conflict- ins; clues, the break in. the relentless search came through a fluke. Shortly after 10 a.m. last Saturday, a man in a Dodge sedan stopped at the Warner Quiulau gas slulic-n at 2\l~) Lexington avenue and ordered five gallons of gas. Hc offered in payment a $10 gold certificate. "You don't see many of these any more." remarked the manager. Walter Lyle. M5. ••Ni;. I've only got a few k-ft," Ihe driver replied. As his customer drove away. Lyle v.rue the license number—l-U.13-11— ; cross the face of the bill. When his superior arrived the next morniim he reported the incident and t-howcd him the yold certificate. The police wore notified. They learned the license had been issued to Huupt- nuinii. Ton detectives from the undercover newly-laid concrete floor. Found Under Floor They broke this and found under il the two tell-tale bundles of yellow and green bills that "Jafsie" has passed to "Kidnaper John" through the walls of St. Raymond's cenctery. The Hauptman home is on the top floor of a two-story Broix house at the northwest corner o' Necdham avenue and one block .vest of the Boston Porl Road. The family occu- oes five rooms there. On the ground floor is an apartment in which Max Rauch dwells with his jgccl mother, who was (he only person in the building Thursday afternoon. The garag c . is a frami building, 11 by 15 feet. Fcrcdal nun had completely demolished the :loor and had dug deep holes in the found beneath by the time reporters vcre permitted to examine the interior While th c search of the home was going on on the fourtl floor room at the Greenwich street station where Hauptmann wa.s beiit! questioned wa.s rapidly filling with the highest police and Depai'tmrrt of Justice officials. lU'lcivllt-ss ii\ (IrilliiiR J. Edgar Hoover, hcsd of the Bureau of Invi'.sligiition of Ih: Dc.'parlmeiii of Justice;; Frank Fay, head of the New Yt.rk district for the aOpavtmcnt; Col. II. Norman Sebwar/Jiopf, head of the New Jersey stale police who was in charge cf the original kidnap hunt; Police Commission-M' O'Ryan and others crowded into the narrow confines lo be in at the break. Relent-| Icssly the questioning went doggedly ! on and just as doggedly the prisoner kept his denials of any implication in the entire Lindbergh affair. Befor c confronting Huuptmanii with thc discGvery of the ransom money in hi.s garagc, the inquisitors tried one more move to break him down. John Pen-one, a taxi driver, was brought into the station house. H was lie. who on March 12, 1032—two days | after Jal'sie had advertised himself as j a possible negotiator—was stopped by a pedestrian and offered 51 lo deliver .1 note to thc aged educator's home. Hauptmann was put in line with several oilier prisoners and Peronnc wa.s led into the room. "Pick out th,;; man who handed you that note," directed Inspector Lyons. Idcnlficd by Taxi Driver Without a moment's hesilation, Ihe taxi driver stepped in front of Kaupt- mann MU! tapped him on the shoulder. "This is the one," he said. "Don I you believe him," Himpt- Sugar Domino Pure Cane 10 LI). Cloth Bag 54c Don't miss this close-out. Pond's Skin Freshner Regular 49c 2 for 98c size for only 23c The best for boys. 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