Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 4, 1937
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.Thursday,, November 4, 1987 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE Ozan to Hold Rummage Sale on This Saturday On Snliirdny, November 6, the women of the O/nn-St. Pini) Misslonnry Society will hold n rtimma^ft snle somewhere on the main street in Oznn. The proceeds will go for some improvements on the Methodist purson- nge in Washington. Tlie society invites everyone to visit the sale. The vanished people of Easter I.sl- imd, 2000 milt-.s west of Chile, were cg#-worshi|>crs. Tliey chose their rulers hy ogf{ (,'iithc'ritiK contests, in which the winner huciime king. They lived in cfd}-shu|H>tl hilts. FOOTBALL RETURNS- —by Quarters, of the Hopr-Rlythcvlllc game . . . Friday nlte at IIOTII of our theaters. TEMPLE A 2Qth Cenluryfot Plctura with L HERSHOLT ARTHUR TREACHER , HELEN WESTLEY SATURDAY • BIG DOUBLE SHOW SUN. & MON. DON'T- —C o m n unless you want the b'lKKi'sl latf of .your life! IRENE DUNNE CARY GRANT THE AWFUL TRUTH' Hold Vin KMl! MRS. SID HEKRY TELEPH ONE 321' Doing Nothing At All He made no mistakes, took no wrong road, He never fumbled the ball. He never went down 'neath the weight of the load— He simply did nothing at all. Ho lost no hard fight in defense of the right. Never hied with his hack to the wall. Never fell faint in his climb for the right- He simply did nothing at till. So death cumc nigh, for life slipped hy, And he feared for the Judgment Hall; When they asked him why, he Haiti with a sight, I simply did nothing fit all. —Selected. The Alathoan Class of First Baptist Sunday .school held Its regular monthly business and social meeting at 7:30 Friday evening at the home of Mrs. A. D. Brannon, East Third street, with Mrs J. W. Slack and Mrs. Reginald Bcardcn as associate hostesses. The Brnnnan home was aglow with lovely fall flowers, Chrysanthemums and marigolds were used throughout TODAY & FRIDAY BOBERI WILCOX DOROTHEA KENT • HOBART CMNHU6H Also Comedy and Cartoon S A T BOB STEELE "Doomed At Sundown" See Our S5JO Silk Dresses L A D I E S' Specialty Shop the rooms, where following the business period, games and contests were enjoyed by 22 members. During the social hour, n most tempting salad course was served. ~Q— The Hope Public School teachers left in different groups Thursday morning for Little Hock where they will attend the annual two days session of the C9th convention of the Arkansas Education association. T. H. Alford, superintendent of North Little Rock schools will preside and Bishop G. Broxlcy Oxnam of the Methodist Episcopal church of Omaha, Nob., and Dr. Flora Myers Gillentine of the faculty of Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, will make the principal address. -O- Mrs. J. W. Perkins is sending a few days this week visiting witli relatives arid friends in Gilham, Ark. -0- Mrs. J. W. Patterson and son, J. W. Jr., and Claude Nunn Jr., left Wednesday for a visit with relatives in DeQueen. -O- Mrs. John P. Cox, Miss Alice Mae Waddle and La mar Cox were Thursday visitors in Little Rock. Mrs. C. V. Nunn, Mrs, J. W. P<?rkins Mrs. J. W. Patterson, Mrs. W. W. Duckott, Mrs. J. E. Walker and Miss Maureen Walker were Tuesday visitors in Stamps, The Cemetery Association will hold its regular monthly meeting at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at First Methodist church. This will be a very important meeting and the president urges a full attendance, -O- Forty-two mothers were present at the regular monthly meeting of the Brookwood P. T. A. on Tuesday afternoon, and a most interesting program was in charge of Mrs. A. D. Brannim assisted by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, Mrs. Kelly Brianl, Mrs. A. W. Stubbcman, Mrs. Dewey Hemlrix and Mrs. B. O'Dwyer. Mrs. Edwin Uossett reported on the recent slate P. T. A. convention, and in the count of mothers present. Mrs. Henry Taylor's room won the dollar. —o- In the 26lh annual meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Synod of Arkansas, meeting in Jonesboro, Miss Annie Allen of this city was elected to the office of Secretary of Assemblies' Home Missions. Mrs. D. B. Thompson, Mrs. Tt. M. LaGrone and Miss Maggie Bell were Thursday visitors in Texarkana. _O- One of the most interesting meetings in the history of the Bay View Readin gclub was bold on Wednesday afternoon at Ihe home of Mrs. W. R. Hamilton. South Grady street with Mrs. Gus Haynes as co-hostess. Beautiful fall roses brightened the Hamil- Local Canning Is Largest in State Hempstead Averages 149 Quarts Per Person on FSA Farms LITTLE ROCK—Hempstead county ranks first in tho state in the average number of quarts of food per member of the family preserved by fanners who arc participating in the Farm Security Administration's rural rehabilitation program, Miss Gladys Waters, associate state director of the FSA, announced here Thursday. October statistics reflect that Hempstead county families preserved 149 quarts of food for every member of every family parlicipaling in the program—a lolal of 133,!)10 quaiIs. Sliarp county, with an average per person record of H3 quarts, ranked second in this classification. Baptist Missionary Meeting Held at Ozan The Baplist Women's Missionary Union met at the O/.an Baptist church Tuesday afternoon, and after the business meeting, conducted by the president, Mrs. Eugene Goodldt acted as leader for the program "Widening Ways." The devotional study was taken from Psalms 19:7-14. After tho opening song. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," the following slopics were discussed: "The Low Soul Gropes for the Low Way." Mrs. Clyde Osborn; "Which Way Do You Want to Go?"— Mrs. Wilbur Jones; "The High Soul Climbs the High Way"—Mrs. 0. C. Robins. After the close of the program, the members present cleaned the church j yard. Fully one-half of the 700 species of birds in the Philippines are found only in that country. When angry, a skunk stamps ground with its forefeet. the UcmemliiT .... Football returns given hen- Friday nite too. r J M H WILL ROGERS HANDY ANDY" FRI. & SAT. DOUBLE SHOW REX BELL DAHO KIT Serial and Cartoon LEWfS STONE BAKUKA HEED & TOBI BKOWN -iii"THE MAN WHO CRIED WOLF" NOVEMBER BARGAINS AT COX'S Colgates TOOTH PASTE Detecto Bathroom SCALES ^1P With big' airplane type dial. $<f.1 Perfection Cleansing Tissues PackaRe of 500 25c Gardenia OATMEAL SOAP 3 Big Burs 23c Electric WAFFLE IRON Chrome finish, complete with licat indicator, heavy cord und truy. Electric POPCORN POPPER Just (he thing for these cold nights. 79c Walgreen MILK MAGNESIA Quarts 69c RUBBING ALCOHOL Pint Size Household RUBBER GLOVES Kxtra LOIIK Wearing Pr. 24c WHITMAN'S I'Vuil and Nut Package 1 Pound _. „ LONDON '1UFFE A Delicious Chew Candy I Pound 33c Eveready FLASHLIGHT Complete with Batteries 49c Suretime ALARM CLOCK An Accurate Time Keeper 98c NEED A. TRUSS? Visit our truss department, we always have a large and complete stock of all types of trusses. John P, Cox Drug Co, Phpne 84 We Give Eagle Stamps t **4^ t ^4*4 t *** t t t 4*4*4*4*4^4*4*4^*»*4*4*4**< At the SnciiRer .Seldom does a book come to the i screen with the back-ground of tra- ' dition which distinguishes "Heidi," famous story of Johanna Spyri read anr. loved by millions Die world over and little Shirley Temple starred in lh/? title role, currently at the Snengcr theater. "Heidi" was originally published in German by an authoress who had achieved no unusual prominence until the appearance of this masterpiece. In tin; years that followed DID classic sold into the millions of copies and was translated into all modern languages. It appears on the prescribed reading lists of schools all over the world. , Booksellers report thai "Heidi" is a perennial host-seller and thai il is in constant demand al public libraries. Kver .since Shirley Temple became America's first star of the screen LaGuardia, Moore Presidential Hopes New Republican, Democratic Figures Before the Nation BOLLETtN NEW YOKK —(/I')— President Kiwscvclt's conference Tliursdny wHh Mayor LnGtiartlla, fresh from Ills decisive (Humph over Tammany Hall, aroused new apprehension In (he cKy's already disorganized Democratic machine. The subjects the president and the mayor discussed were not an- m.unced, but in the p-.ai both men have moved in virtually the siime liberal path. WASHINGTON - </!>> — Tuesday's election results serve to center the thousands of fans have- written to | "/'".""r aU P. nliofn ° n **?yor Fiorello suggest that she make "Heidi." It was '' LaGuanha of New York city re- 1 turned to office hy close to a half- in response to those requests that fjhirley was cast in the role. Jean Hersholt is featured us "Heidi's" grandfather. Program Finished (Continued from Page One) lon home ami nn unusually large membership was present. The president, Mrs. Hugh Smith opened the meeting and introduced Miss Beryl Henry as leader fur the afternoon's program on Women Aviators. Mrs. Steve Carrigmi Jr.. discussed the life and achievements of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, whose travels with her distinguished husband Charles Lindbergh, have added much to the advancement of aviation, as she assisted him .several trips that will be remembered in the promotion of airways. The life of the late Amelia Earhnrt was discussed by Mrs. Arch Moore, who brought mil the fact that Miss Earhart was America's leading worn.m aviator. Miss Henry closed the program with a discussion of our most colorful as well as successful woma naviator, Mrs. Louise McPheetridge Thaden. Mrs. Thaden lops Arkansas' contribution to that transportation thai as Lindbergh says. "Gives men freedom from Iho earth." Miss Henry, being a close friend of Mrs. Thaden. gave a most interesting account of her life as a school girl and a friend. Following the program, the hostesses served a most tempting sandwich course with tea. -O- In mentioning the aclivilies of the of the Girl Scout activities, we failed to mention the very delightful Halloween parly given by the Heel Wing ratrol of Trcmp No. 3, Mrs. Bert Webb, captain, in the commodious barn ut the Ross R. Gillespie home on North Louisiana street. The attractive yard was lighted with jack-o-lanlerns and the interior of the barn was most attractive m its decorations stressing the filor note of the chosen theme. Games and contests were enjoyed and refreshments in keeping with the season were served by the Red Wing Patrol, which included, Misses Carolyn Trimble. Mary Lou Morgait, Dorothy Lane Henry, Emma Pearl Slucle and Mary Ross McFaddin. There will be an important meeting of the Hope Library Board at .":.')» Kriilay afternoon at the city hall. It is urged that each member of the board make an effort to he present. Mr.-;. J. A. Henry, Mrs. Gu.s llayncs. Mrs. A. L. Black. Mrs, N. T. Jewell, Mrs. Arch Moore, Mrs. II. D. Lipseomb. Miss Annie Jean Walker. Dr. Thus. HrewMcr and Mrs. Kid Henry constitute the board. -O— At the regular meeting of Girl Scout I Troupe No. II on Wednesday afternoon j the lump voted to hold u rummage .sale on the down town streets Satur: day and would appreeiate contribu- I lions, phone Miss Kosalyn Hall. .V.I5-W .Carolyn Trimble, 732. The new Lieu| tenant Mrs. Downing was present an received a hand. -O- Miss Marie Antoinette Williams i.- spending the week-end with relative.-, | in Little Hock. Bright Star Home Demonstration club. Talk—Clifford L. Smith, county agent. Skit—Ozan-St. Paul club, in charge of Miss Millie Stuart. Talk—C. C. Randall. Assistant Director of Agricultural Extension. Reports—Club presidents. Appointment of nominating committee. Noon—All are invited to bring baskets and have luncheon together. Afternoon Program 1:30 p. m.—Group singing. Report of nominating committee. Election of officers. Playlet — "The Typical Farmers Wife"—Allen Home Demonstration club. Talk—Miss Gertrude Conant, extension nutritionist. Reading —Miss Evelyn Harrison, Bright Star Home Demonstration club. million majority. But they also increased confusion as to national portents to be read into the scattered verdicts of millions of voters. That LaGuardia may receive consideration for a presidential nomination, perhaps without any intervening campaign for high state office, is the conclusion of many Washington politicians although they differ as to what sort of ticket he may head. Only one other candidate in Tuesday's elections moved anything like as definitely on to the national political stage for 1940. He is United 'tales Senator A. Harry Moore of New Jersey, Democrat, elected governor. His victory takes fromi Republican hands one of the seven governorships they retained in previous Democratic sweeps. His candidacy for presidential, or vice presidential, honors in 1940 has been expected ever since he disclosed willingness to abandon the remainder of the Senate term lo serve as New Jersey governor for the third time. Aside from the New York city outcome, chief interest centered on organized labor's share in what happened at the polls. And labor claims far greater influence upon political events Kail Landscape Jobs—G. W. Ware, I to come than the mere balancing of its Assistant Director of Branch Fruit and successes and failures on Tuesday Truck Experiment Station. Talk—Farm Security Supervisor. Announcement of winners and making of awards—Melva Bullington, home demonstration agent. Miss Haxcl Craig, Miller county home demonstration agent and Miss Marion Harper, Pike county home demonstration agent will assist Miss Gertrude Conant in judging exhibits. would indicate directly. To some observers it scorned possible that the election results and the showing made by labor groups might become a factor in the C. 1. O.-A. F. of L. peace negotiations lo be resumed here Thursday. It was cited that where there was a considerable degree of united action between the warring /actions, as in New York city, the labor vote exercised a powerful influence on results. Where they were split, as in Detroit, defeat of outright labor candidates followed. While the wish is father to the hope in administration circles here, there is a feeling that the A. F. of L. and C. 1. O. will sec the desirability of peace as a means of increasing labor's political gains next year. Post Rewardslor Hit-Run Drivers Tennessee, Plagued by Accidents, Offers $250 Reward NASHVILLE, T'enn.—(/Pj—Tennessee soon will institute a general system of rewards for information leading to the arrest of "hit-and-run" drivers. Spurred by a request from Nashville authorities, Governor Browning said Wednesday: "I will join in any steps necessary to apprehend hit-and-run drivers and prosecute them." District Attorney General Carlton Loser, in a letter to the governor said that Davidson county "is having a siege of hit- and-run drivers" and called attention to three such fatal accidents during October. Browning said he would grant tri- er's request for $250 state, rewards fbf information leading to the arrest and conviction of each guilty parly. i , A giant X-ray uses a 14-foot tube to develop 800,000 volts. John Mul* cahy, of Chicago, was the first pa-> tient treated for cancer with it. The Gas Light Company, of Baltimore. was the first gas company. fo. be formed in the United Stales. It was organized in 1816. ' South Carolina has 3681 miles of rail' ways within her borders. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medlclnea you have tried for your cough, chest ; cold, or bronchial irritation, you can, get relief now with Creomulslofl. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chanca ; with any remedy less potent than '' Creomulsion, which goes right id the seat of the trouble and aids nft« ture to soothe and heal the Inflamed '•, mucous membranes and to loosen and expel the germ-laden phlegm. '• Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try Creomul* sion. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the bene'- ; fits obtained from the very first bottle. Creomulsion is one word—not two, and it has no hyphen in It. Ask for it plainly, see that the name'." on the bottle is Creomulsion, arid" you'll get the genuine product and. the relief you want. (Adv.) • : BEAUTY FOR SALE A regular visit lo our shop will always give you that smooth well groomed look that so many women desire. One of our experts can give you the style that exactly suits you. Call 86 for an Appointment. HERLOISE MILLER ALICE HARRINGTON CARMEN COOPER CATHERINE BROWN Herloise Miller, Mgr. SIBYL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 86. Balcony Cox Drug Co. S AVE ON YOUR WINTER BUYING With SAFETY at REPHAN'S India's Maharajah of Jaipur has a fortune, including his wonderful collection of jewelry, with an estimated value of more than ?450,000,000. Green twigs are used by eagles to decorate their iicsls. Fresh twigs arc laid on when the color fades out. 'Buenos Aires, Argentina, has a free municipal school of bee-keeping. AGAIN NQRGE Sport Backs BOYS' SUITS SUITS Sport backs, all wool. Men's Jackets Blue Melton, Blue or Brown Swavel; Brown or Black Leatherettes, Boys' Jackets Corduroy Melton or Leatherettes Men's Sweaters Coat style or pull over Certain Models Available for Use with Bottled Gas FULLY INSULATED... an efficient Norge Concentrator Gas Range makes cooking a pleasure even when the weather is hot. The heat stays in the oven where it belongs— you us« less gas. Models equipped with automatic clock watch your dinner while you're away. Merge offers you a wide selection of styles, colors, models. Be sure to see the Norge before you buy! DOWN PAYMENT NOW AS LOW AS Hope Furniture Co. T. S. Cornelius R. V. Hemdou JO-r,R-M7 Men's Overalls Four button, 8 ounce, high waisted. Boys School PANTS Children's Union Suits 39c Blisses tuck stitch combination suits. Pantic and Vest combined 49c Ladies Heavy Union Suits 69c LADIES Fleeced Lined Bloomers 39c LADIES OUTING GOWNS Sizes 15 to 17 PAJAMAS Ladies Heavy Outing Pajamas LADIES PRINCESS SLIPS Lace Trimmed 39c LADIES SLIPS Satin toned. Ladies Twin Sweaters Children's Twin Sweaters All Wool SLIP ON SWEATERS Wool 69C UNION SUITS Men's Winter BOYS UNION SUITS Heavy Quality MEN'S KHAKI SHIRTS Sanforized Shrunk Men's Corduroy Pants Solid Colors und novcl- (3- patterns. MEN'S OVER SHIRTS Part Wool LADIES SPORT COATS S4.98 HBBHi LADIES SILK Crepe Dresses $4.98 and $ 2 LADIES SPORT COATS [Smartly tailored in rich colorSi CHILDRENS Full Lined SPORT COATS Happy Home Wash Dresses Long or Short Sleeves. STRIPED OUTING Yard |-|1 A Wide I H 2 U Outing, Solid Colors Yard 1«1 A wide l&aC iBBBSHIHSflHI Heavy Printed SUITINGS YARD WIDE J9c asm LADIES FELT HATS WITH VEILS •Hi B"" Wm f^L 1 li DEPARTMENT STORE

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