Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 21, 1934 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 21, 1934
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SIX toSdon's Port Authority controls n JBHlee force 800 strong, whose work S entirely on land. The Mctropoli- fth Jxsliee patrol the Thames river. The wheel is considered I ho most important of mnn's inventions, yet it is the simplest. Its inventor is unknown, as is the date of its origin. THE WISE OLD OWL fy £sso : Y>QURFUa FROM THE PROPER SOURCE i NO MOTOR TROUGH VOUtL DIVORCE! . tuuan&ea SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE ESSO SERVICE STATION Third and L. & A. Tracks Phone 68 Twelve-Cent Cotton The Union Compress & Warehouse Company will make loans to producers without cost. Bring your cotton to our warehouse. Union Compress & Warehouse Co. Hope, Arkansas Washington Miss Margaret Black, Mrs Edrui Mc- GouP.h and Miss eParl Phillips of El- Dorado, were the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Black. Mrs. C. C. Stuart has returned home from a visit with relatives in Mai- venx and Cartilage. Tlie Baptist Missionary Society will serve a chicken dinner at the court house on the opening day of the October term of Circuit Court. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. May and children and Frend Norwood and Miss Letha Frazicr spent the week end in Texavknna. Mrs. C. M. Williams has returned home from a week's visit with her daushters. Mrs. Q. T. Cone of Snyder, and Mrs. C. N. Trimble at ElDorado, and her nephew, M. A. Johnson at Bastrop. La. Mrs. J. C. Williams returned home from Little Rock last week. She was accompanied by Dr. Williams, Miss Lctha Frazier and Miss Mary Pilkinton. CMr; and Mrs. W. C. Caudle and family of Bodcaw were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Card. Mrs. Sallic Shields of Hope spent last week hecr with her daughter, Mrs. Jane Hulscy. Miss Berta Fisk, of LilUc Kock, a former teacher in the Washington High School, spent the week end here with thc.E. F. Turner family. Mrs. Jack Darling of Oneida, N.Y., and Mrs. Autrcy Young of Chicago, who have been visiting their parents, •Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Turner, left on Wednesday for their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Shields of Hope were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Jane Hulscy. Miss Mary Levins, Miss Ethel Turner and John James went to Kilgore, Texas Saturday night, and were accompanied home Sunday by Miss No- cllc Levins, who lias accepted a position with Stround & Company, here. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McAtccr of Nashville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Beck have come to make their home with Mr. and Mrs. . Deal Beck, while Mr. Beck is in charge of construction on the Wash- j ington-Fulton road. | Miss Imogene Robinson left Wed-; nesday for Dumas where she will j spend the winter with her aunt, Mrs.' Elizabeth Ricks, and attend high school Misses Mary Pilkinton and Myra Lee Boyett were Hope visitors Tuesday. Mrs. W. R. Orton and Miss Jane Orton of Hope were visitors here Monday. Mrs. Dick Johnston of Texarkana, formerly Miss Aclelle Bullard, spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Mary Bullard, this week. She was accompanied home by Miss Agatha Bullard who has been visiting her in Texarkana. Mr. and Mis. John Shields and daughter of Hop c were the guests of Mrs Jane Hulscy here Monday. Mrs.J, F. Dugger, Mrs. Claud Agee and Miss Agatha Bullard spent the day Tuesday in Glenwood attending the Methodist Mission study group. Miss Mary Catts, T. N. Catts, Mrs. E R Timberlake, Evelyn Ruth Timberlake, Mrs Gladys Erwin and Miss Romance Erwin were visistors in Hopc Tuesday afternoon. Burbank produced chestnut trees that produced nuts when they were only six months old and but a few inches high. Blue Mountain Glassware 1 9C Oats—full size large pkg ** v 0. K. SOAP 10 Small Bars 19c Del Monte PEACHES No. 2 1 /' sizes 20c Ivory Soap FLAKES lOc size Free—Large pkg Norwinc's Louder COFFEE 3 Pound Bag Sweet POTATOES OQ C 2 No. 2'/. cans uwv California Gelatin Dessert 3 Flavors to Choose From JELL WELL Package 5c Bulk MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, Ib. 10c Visit Our New Produce Department ~ 9c TURNIPS & TOPS Large Bunch Yellow Globe ONIONS -| QQ o Pounds .................................. TUKNP GREENS 2 Pounds .................................. FancyTokay GRAPES ?> Pounds ................................... Idaho Russett POTATOES— 10 Ibs ............. Tender GREEN BEANS Pound 10c WE HAVE FANCY K. C. BEEF, NATIVE BEEF, FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH, FRYERS, AND HENS FRESH DRESSED FRYERS PICNIC HAMS FANCY CURED Pound 9c ABY BEEF ROAST-Lb. 9c WEINERS or BOLOGNA 2 Ib. 19c FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH Nordic Fillets, Ib. Red Snapper Ib. Speckle Trout, ib. Catfish, sliced, Ib. 25c Buaf f alo, sliced, Ib. 12c FRESH OYSTERS Home Operated HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, September 21, 1934; Capt. Willmott's Body Landed Texnrknna spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. O. Robins. Dr. nnd Mrs. Roland Robins nnd little daughter, Linda Joe, of Blcv- ins, spent Sunday and Sunday night with Dr. nnd Mrs. L. . Robins. Mrs. John Robins nnd Mrs. Rny- rnond Robins were visitors in Hope Sunday. Mrs. E. Hnslcman and daughter, Miss Jcnnelte, left Saturday for Ark- udelphia where Jcancttc will enter school. A wedding which came as a com- plcti surprise to their many friends was that of Miss Cleo Mary Harris and William Price Sandlin Jr., which took place Saturday evening, September 15, at the Methodist pni -< -onnge in Washington. Only n few close friends of the couple witnessed the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. F. F. Hnrrell. The couple are graduates of the Nashville High School of the class of "33, and arc prominent members of the younger set in Oznn, where they will reside with Mr. Sandlin's parents for the present. All that remained of the body of Captain Robert rt. Willmntt, nboao deitl preceded by a few hours the disastrous (ire aboard his con - mam tho liner Morro Castle, was brought back to land In a small back box The temporary coffin for his charred roinn.t.H » being takeu off the broechea bouy which transported it from the st.ll bum ing vessel on ttia bench at Asbury Park. Union Smith. The party Riven by Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Carlton Saturday night was enjoyed by nil who attended. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Russell spent Friday night at Albert Busline's. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Busline of Blevins spent Friday and Firday night with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cnrlton. W c are glad to report that our mail carrier, Mr. Honon, who was absent fur a week on account of sickness, is able lo be back on the job and that his mother is also much improved. The area of Bra/.il is larger than the combined areas of the United States. Denmark nnd Sweden. Guaranteed Typewriter Repair Service O. W. MILLS 218 So. Walnut Phone 36 DRESS SALE Entire Stock Cotton and Silk THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 Weekly Sunday School Lesson Text: Isaiah 31:1-9: 37:M-:!7. The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for September 2!J. By \VM. E. CflLROY. D. D. Editor of Advance If there over was n time when n lesson on recognizing God in national affairs was appropriate :md necessary, surely it would be a time such as this in present-day America. Within recent years wo have seen the collapse of a prosperity that has started questioning among all Ihink- ing men concerning the very foundations of our society as well as the quality of the building that, we have been doing upon the foundations. In the main, among thinking men. there is no great doubt concerning the foundations and the! principles of our American democracy, but there is some question whether, under the pressure of new forcrs and new problems, emergencies exist that call for a roughqr and readier method. It is appalling to realize the number o fmen and women, who a few years ago would have laid all the stress upon tho foundations and principles, who are today advocating measures and courses that are out of harmony with tho deepest and most essential teachings of democracy. i What has a lesson like this to say to us in sue ha crisis? We cannot easily put ourselves back into the ancient world when Israel was a buffer state in the midst of great contendin',' empires, or if we do so it. can be only in a very general way without getting the details of foreign problems and foreign policy in a remote state and time. We can. however, put ourselves into the prophetic atmosphere and catch something of the moral outlook and the moral principles that influenced a hero-patriot as he saw his country in the midst of peril, from within and from without. Israel w;is Hlwuys. in :i wn;:o. in » condition of peril. The Ultli- land of Palest inn, much smaller Ilian our states iiiid lilllo larger than osinc of our counties, lay. generation "fl'' 1 ' generation, at the renter of c-nnlend- ing empires, somewhat like Llclgiuin in modem limes. The tendency in Israel was for s'liiv.' king or parly to look for slrenfilh j4fid safely in an alliance with one of these great, empires. Al the moment there were those who looked to Egypt for help against the power of Assyria. In these repeated crises the attitudes and messages of the prophets of Israel were fairly consistent. In the main they emphasized what would seein now to be the sensible, practical fact, that the safety and welfare of the country lay rather in a high-minded and honest neutrality, with a concern on the part of the people for the in- tcgritv "f their own personal and social living and a devotion lo the high things to which God ha dualled them. I It was this message that .even after downfall and captivity in Babylon, gave to Israel a ni:w restoration :»nd a lie wdestiny. It is this prophetic vision of Israel's place and power in the world that has always been linked with the highest and greatest witness of the Jew. Here, in this particular instance. Isaiah warns his people against tlu> prospective alliance with Egypt, He knc-jv that Egypt was playing its own selfish game, and he warned them that, instead of giving protection and deliverance, Egypt would lake their rich presents and exploit them for its own ambition. I Deep in his meisage was the em- ' phusis upon spiritual, rather than ma| terial, forces. "The Egyptians are men j and not God. their horses flesh and ! not spirit." | It was not a leaching easy lo apprehend nr to follow. U akvay.-. .seems so much ''HM'ji' iiiid .-impK'r t.j trust to material forces than to look to tiie spiriti al foundations. Moreover, the losses and sacrifice.-, incurred through spiritual faith and devotion seem needless and n.-.ek-s.s, although in reality the tragedy and destruction associated with inalenalisiii arc much I greater. It vcquuca faith und vision to that, out of spirilual loss, there may be real gain; yet history revealsholh- ing with such assurance as that right principles and ripht conduct arc the j only sure foundation for a nation's life and safety. Center Point Health is good in thus community at this time. Rev. L. L. Middlcbrooks of Roshston will fill his regular appointment here next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The public is cordially invited to al- .cnd. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Meadows and crand sons, Ellridge Nelson and Olcn Reeves spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Porterfield at Spring Hill. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kennedy were shopping in Hope Saturday. Miss Gurtcen CaudJ? spent Saturday night wilh Mr. and Mrs. Elberl O'Stcen at Oak Grove. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Meadows and Eldridge Nelson and James (Curley) Health is good al present and the: people of our comunity have their crops about gathered. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lee and family of near Stamps spent Saturday night] and Sunday with their children otj this place. | Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bustin and i family of Waterloo spent Friday with his brothel-, Albert Busline and fain-, iiy. Mrs. Opal Mattison spent Tcusday nnd Wednesday night of last week with Maggie Carlton. Bro. Wesley Thomas prcachde a very good sermon at Union Sunday. Old Union church has been torn down and rebuilt and now we have a nice but smaller building finished. We also have a new piano and new lights. Saturday and Sunday arc our regular preaching dales and we will, lave a few days meeting. Let evcry- hat can come. We are also organizing i singing class there Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Conway Lee and fam- ly are spending a few days with rel- •uivos of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Carlton were serenaded with music Friday night.] Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fore and fain- i ly of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. John | McWilliams and baby of near Prescottj were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Butler. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mattison Sr., spent the week end wilh their children [ in Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith spent Sunday at his mothers, Mrs. Birdie, 12c GOVERNMENT COTTON LOAN FORMS RECEIVED Forms for effecting government 12-cent loans are here, and wo arc now prepared to arrange loans with the same prompt and careful consideration that we have extended the producer for over 30 years. The evidence of this constructive and gratifying service is the retention of the valuable patronage of some of the largest and most influential planters in the Hope territory for that unusual length of lime; and those who »n- tidmtc placing their cotton in 12-ccnt government loans ran be iisnircd of this most satisfactory attention. Hirlh- crmorc. they will fin:l it to (heir decided advantage lo arrange their loans Uxrough our firm. Respectfully, A South Walnut Street E. C. BROWN & CO. Cotton Merchants Hope, Arkansas; VER THE WORLD Brown were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hodnett. . R. Wright is spending a few days at Bodcaw. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert O'Stccn anc Miss Gurtcen Caudle and Vina Mae Rothwell spot Sunday with Mrs. A. L Caudle and children. Dclma Wright called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kennedy a while Saturday. Misses Ruth and Betty Stages spcn Sunday afternoon with Miss Hubbard Miss Jessie Mae Wright spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Meadows. Mrs. Vera Eccves called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl May Sunday ut- tcrnoon. Pony Reeves and Berry Portcrficld were Sundaj afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hubbard. Misses Jessie Mae Wright and Ruby Hubbard and Delma, Barnum, Elry and Dee Wrigh'. wcer the Sunday evening guests of Mrs. A. L. Caudle and children. J. V. MOOUE E. W. \VRAY The Market Place Complete Line K. C. and Native Meats Sell For Cash. We Deliver Phone 412 SPRING LAMLJ anoiuuer Cius, Lb LEGS, Lb LUUrb, LI) 140 Wilso.i's Laurel Sliced BACON, Lb. 28c HAMS, Picnic btyle 1 "7 f* Found • " U Ozan The friends of 0. II. Green, who has been (-fulfilled in a Hope bispital since hist Sunday, will be glad to learn that ho is reported as improving .since a blood transfusion earlier in the week. Miss Wilniii Butler has returned to her home in Arhadelphia after u visit with relatives here. Ollie Green, who is very ill at the. Joschpine hospital in Hope, is reported to be improving. Billy Fred Robins, Sam Carrigan, Truett. Webb, Lawrence Snicad and Roy Lewis attended the show in Hopc Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crane and daughter, Mi.ss Charlene, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Smith in Nashville on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Robins, Mrs Irma Rye and little daughter, Mary Sue and Billy Fred Robins were visitors in Nashville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Sullivan of IHEESE—No. I Full Cream, Lb 17c 'URE POHK. SAUSAGE, Lb. 15c BEEF TONGUES Pound 12c BRAINS Per Set 10c 3ocf or Veal ROAST—3 Lbs. For 25c NECK BONES 2 Pounds for 15c BOLOGNA SAUSAGE Pound • 10c Fresh Country EGG.', Do/.cn 24c GROUND BEEF Pound 6c CLUB FRANKS Pound SLICED LIVER Pound ... 10c HOG HEAD SOUSE Pound 12|c CREAMERY BUTTER Pound 28c Dressed Hens, Fryers and Fish HOT SPRINGS, ARK HOWE MOTEL RATES—,«1-50 to 5(3.00 PER DAY New — Fireproof 100 Rooms European Plan Centrally Located Corner of Central ana Canyon streets—only one block from bath house row, shopping district, doctors' offices and theatres. All highways and street cars pass our doors. All outside rooms with bath toilet—lavatory—phones—Jans - bed lamps. Fine furnishing! and equipment. Reasonably Priced CAFE Roof-Garden. Garage, Beauty Parlor. Barber Shop, Cijar News Stand. Golf and Country Club J. WILL HOWE President and General Manager POTATOES 101bs.for 19c Green CABBAGE-Lb. ONIONS, Yellow Bibs for 10c TOKAY GRAPES-Lb 7ic Fresh BELL PEPPERS-Lb. 10c Large Crisp CELERY STALK 10c SNOW WHITE— ,,, 12!e ,-PureCane 10 Lbs. 51 c COUNTRY CLUB TOMATO JUICE-Tall can CASE $2.00 Avondale Sifted PEAS Case $2.89 2for25c SOAP Large Yellow and Crystal White Y Bare For 25C MUK SMALL 3c LARGE 6c COFFEE 3 Lbs ....................... 65c 1 Lb ......................... 23c WESCO 2 Pound ARMOUR'S POTTED MEAT 2 for ARMOUR'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 for 15c Pie CHERRIES-Can 10c MUSTARD-Quart Jar PICKLES, Sour or Dill QUART JAR 15c Quality Meats POT ROAST, Lb 7'/ 2 c THICK RIB ROAST, Lb 9'/ 2 c STEW MEAT, Lb 5'/ 2 c KINDI.KSS-rOUNI) 29e Rolled Rib Roast—Ib. Sliced Bacon KAN.-Y leg-O-lamb—Lb. Pure Pork Sausage—Lb. Fish and Oysters Daily Franks or Bologna «„„ .„, ,,,,,,^-1^. 10c RIB CHOPS, Lb 9'/zc SEVEN ROAST, Lb VEAL STEAKS, Lb „,.:...

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