Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 6, 1934 · Page 3
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HOffB STAR, JOPE, SSStSSrSSSSiSSSiGSSSSE^KB MRS. StD HfiMRY o ci e t(u NRY 111| ||l TfiLfiPtfOMB 821 CJod bo thanktd for hat'Vest yield, Wfintever be the sowing! Wheat that bent with golden weight Through th£ summer days; Corn that ran in endless rows Yellow-enred and glowing; Or apples scarlet on the hills In the autumn haj.e. 06d be thanked "for nil of these, But oh, help us remember Those who have no harvest lime, Those whose hearts nre sad; Who would have tolled the summer through For !tcajx>d bins in October If they but could , , . Lord, rhcel their need And some wny makivthcm glad. GOd be thanked for, yielding fields, And for strong men to till them, Grant them faith to plant again, The winter left behind. But oh, the empty cupboards, Lord, Reach out n hand and fill them, And oped ufr the old bare fields Of service to mankind. •—Grace Nowell CroWcll. Mrs. Johnnie McCabe is spending n few days in Little Hock, the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Green mid Mr, Green. Mrs. W. Q. Warren has returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Win-rcn Jr., in Hot Springs. Miss Elmina Fontaine has us house guests her sisters, Mrs. J. S. Kolb nnd Mrs. W. A. Metheny of Clarkcs- villc, Ark. AH members of the church and all who do not attend Sunday school in LOS T Black and white Setter dog. Answers to "Mac." Reward for return. Phone 768 or 684. Trusses, Abdominal Supports, Elastic Knee Cups and Anldels Our stock is all new and of the very latest and improved merchandise. We fit children as well as grown-ups. For many years we hnve sold Ihis line of goods and now is quite an important department in our store. This stock is carried In a separate room where our fitters can serve you without interruption. We make no charge for fitting . and . our prices will please you. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company KNOCK 'ANT-ADS ether rhurehes nrP cordinlly invited to attend the' Rully Dny services at First Hro.s'byterldfi church Sunday morning from 10 o'clock to nbolll 11:30. Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Kolb had ns guest* for the recent training class conducted at the Baptist church, Mr, nnd, Mrs. J. P, Edmunds of Little Roc'k. Mr, Edmunds being the state Sunday school secretary. Coach and Mrs. Foy Hammons have had UK guests this week, Mrs. Hnmrnonr' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jlm- mie Welsh of Little Hock. Mf> and Mrs. C. C. Spragins will hnve as Suhday guests, Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Rugland of Texnrknnn and Mrs. Nnl Williams of Little Rock. Mrs. Hope Garner of Nashville was a Friday shopper in the city. The Jo Vesey Circle of Ihe Worn- nns Missionary Society of the First Methodist Church held its October meeting nt the home of Mrs. Roy Stephcnson on West Sixth street. A splendid devotional was given by Miss Vern Van Sickle, who based her re marks on the fifteenth chapter of John. Miss Pansy Wlmbcrly led an interesting discussion on the Book of Acts. Sixteen members were present and three new names were added to the roll. At the conclusion of a short business session, the hostess assisted by Mrs. R. L. Broach served n delicious .salad course with hot chocolate. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rose will have as week end guest K, their mothers, Mrs. Ella Stevenson and Mrs. Frances Rose of Little Rock, o Mrs. C. Russell of Oklahoma City has joined Mr. Russell in a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Russell ot'i South Main street. Miss Helen Robert Perdue of Henderson S'tate Teachers college, Arkadelphia, will spend the week end with her aunt, Mrs, Charles Brbnt. Coach and Mrs. Foy Hammons had os guest for the Friday night football game, their brother, T, C, Hammons of Pine Bluff. Miss Helen Bowden of Henderson Stale Teachers college is spending the week end visiting with home folks. CATS SUFFER FIRST (Continued fwtn ft»g<s One) feflse for n first cloWn, and then n pass from Hardman to Elliott placed the ball on Hope's five-yard line. The Visitor* made two thnistR »t the line with little gain, but on a third at- tertipt fouhd a holi to uciore their second touchdown. Attempt to kick for extra point was low. Payne's thrilling touchdown sT>rini \t\ the opening of Die second half featured the third (jilnrtpr. Hope on Attack Hope threatened three times in the final quarter! twice marching to the 10-yard line to be held for downs. The final whistle found Fordyce in possession of the ball on their own 25-yard line with the Bobcat forward wall putting up a game fight. Two sxibstitute linemen. Moore and Hobbs, turned in a nice game. The Bobcats were Without the services of their star tackle, Willis Stone, who snw lite game from the sidelines with three fractured ribs. The services of Pete Brown, quarterback, who wns ruled ineligible dur- inp the early part of the week, was fell, especially in the first qliartur when the Bobcats appeared nervous and baffled. The Hot Springs Trogans, one of the best teams In the state, are next on the schedule. The Trogims make their appearance here next Friday night The storting lienup: Hope Fordyce Hamilton (1051 Haygood (160) Left End Anderson (180) EsteS (191) Loft Tackle Richards (140) Pride (170) Left Guard Holly (150) Caplingcr (165) Center Owens (148) Benton (1(17) Right Guard Hitchcock (185) Harrell (190) Right Tackle Kennedy (1781 Hillman (1C5) Right End Madison (150) Ramsey (150) Quarter Payne (156) Bonnor (172) Right Half Turner (153) Williams (ICO) Left Half Strom! (152) Hardman (170) Fullback "The Thin Man" Is Mystery Thriller William Powell, Myrna Loy at Saenger 3 Days, Opening Sunday The film version of Dashiell Hammelt's lalest and greatest detective mystery, "The Thin Man," will open Sunday for a three-day run at the Saenger. And the best of the screen detectives, William Powell, plays the leading role, with lovely Myrna Loy as his leading lady. Different from all other detective films, "The Thin Man" is probably the most gripping and exciting picture thnt has reached the screen recently, yet il teems with sparkling humor and smart dialogue throughout its length. The slory is Nick Charles' story— of a retired deteclivc who is deprived of a pleasure trip to New York on his wealthy wife's money by three baffling murders which he is called upon to solve, Myrna Loy, as Nora Charles, the SUN-MON-&-TUES. One of GREATER SHOW SEASON'S BIGGEST hits is — PoWElL LOY THE THin man The gayest couple you've ever met are Mr. and Mrs. Nick Charles, stepping nonchalantly out of Dushiell Hammett's delightful mystery novel. It's good ... in fact they say it's mighty good. —Short Featurettes— Paramount News Events Comedy "A Dream Walking WED. —is another "BANK NIGHT" FOOTBALL SCORES' College Henderson State 27, Louisiana Tech 0. Ouachita 13, Tcxarkann 0. Magnolia A. & M. 13, Little Rock Junior College 0. Hcndrix 18, Monticollo A. & M. C. IllKh School Pine Bluff 6, Fort Smith G (tie). Fordyce 13, Hope 6. Haynesville, La., 13, 1 Dorado Q, Benton 20, Russellville 7. Hot Springs 52, Jonesboro 7. Camden 38, Atlanta, Tex., G. Corning 26, Hoxie 0. Greenwood 19, Ola 0. Wilmot 18, Portland G. Subiaco 44, Belleville G. Hdrsltto 7, Van Buren 6. " DeQueen 7, Ashdown 0. Benlonville 0, Springdale 0 (lie). Pocahontas 35, Tuckerman 0. Humes Junior High (Memphis) G, Jonesboro Junior High 6 (lie). Lake Village 13, Dermott 0. Paris 7, Chaileston 7 (tie). Arkadelphia 0, Malvern 0 (tie). Fayetteville 20, Almn 0. Pine Bluff Junior High 56, Rison High 0. Stuttgart 13. Helena 0. Dardanelle 2G, Booneville 14. McGehce 33, Warren G. Nashville 12, Idabel, Okla. 0. Crossett 32, Bastrop, La. 0. Marianna 13, Sacred Heart (Helena) 6. Heber Springs 7, Cabot 0. Smackover G, Gurdon 0. Glenwood G, Waldron 0. Clarksville 39, Atkins G. Harrison 27, Batesville 0. Blytheville 85, Earle 0. Carlisle 58, Holly Grove 0. Newport 14, Augusta 12. North Little Rock 26, Bauxite 0. Fourth Streel Junior High 14, Pulaski Heights 0. Morrilton 12, Catholic Higli 7. 104 DEAD (Continued from Page One) Asturias, which he described as completely paralyzed by the strike, had cost the lives of 20 guardsmen in addition to the unknown casualties suffered by the rebels. Sharp fighting occurred at Kibar, munitions center which the Reds captured only "to be evicted by troops, at Bajadoz, where Marguerita Nelken, Socialist woman member of the Chamber of Depuities, led rebels, and at San Sebastian, and other cities. Catalonia, long agitated by its desire for independence instead of its present autonomy, saw the separatist flag raised at an estimated 10 village,*. In addition to ibar the radicals, in the course Eof the day, captured five cities and villages, only to lose them all in vigorous fighting with Spain's picked assault guards, police and soldiers. Madrid's General hospital also Was Kci/ed by the revolutionaries and converted into un impromptu fort, around which the battle surged. The rebellious strikers d reeled their first efforts at communications, cut Even the Censor Smiled in Beverly Hills. 'They wore married last February, after Grant reached slardom as lending man for Mae West. Grant said he hnd been upset over I!B domestic quarrels and others and lodk a lot of drinks." "You know what whisky does when you drink It all by yourself, It makes •mi very, Very sad, T called a lot of people up. Things got hazier and inzier. began calling p eople up. I don't enow how many people I called or what I told them. I know I called Virginia. I don't know what t said .o her, "The next thing I knew the decors were doing things to me—Very unpleasant things, 1 tell you It Wasn't any fun at all. "I don't think I'll ever take a drink again. "Would you mind handing me that glass of tomato juice?" mer they pass-on of the celluloid stars. They thought this .one of Toby Wing would pass the modesty test and a million fnns will give it a devouring glance and shout "Aye. 1 course:' The' Rosary. 9:00 Benediction with OUR LADY OF GOOD HOPE CltURCH 20th Sunday After Pentecost. 8:00 Holy Sacrifice oC the Mass. Dis- uvti . the Most Blessed Sacrament; prayers honoring tho Most Holy Rosary. 9:20Ctaechetical inslruxtions. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "Family Day" will be observed at this church Sunday at 10:55 o'clock; The communion will be shared. Til?- paslor will give a short communion meditation on "Where You Leave Off." Mrs. HoxUon will be at the organ, and there will be an anthem i by the chorus choir. This Sunday is "National Recognition Day" for teachers and workers in the church school, or as we usually say in the Sunday school. In the service there will be a brief responsive reading in recognition of the blessings that have come through our teachers. At 7:30 o'clock in the evening the pastor will'begin n scries of evening sermons, on Phillipians. This is a letter written by a man in jail and in danger of losing his life, and it is written to a group of Christians who were very dear to him? Under such circumstances what could a man say that is worthy of being preserved for over 1800 years? This man had something to say, he said it, and men have treasured it even since. The Church school will observe Rally Day Sunday morning. The school meets at (M5 o'clock. The young people's groups meet at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE N. Main unit E. Avc. 1). Rev. Pliinls A. Lewis, Pastor "Is the professing church progressing or declining in faith and spiritual life?" will be the -subject that Rev. Lewis will preach on Sunday evening at the Hope Gospel Tabernacle beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Morning, services will begin at H o'clock and at that hour the pastor will bring a message on the _Kubject, "God's unrevoalcd, revealed. ' morning servici if the Tahurnacle has proven a real spiritual uplift to those that have been present. The proud v.. ...* school that started just, eight Tabernacle fellowship is very of the fact that the Sunday ago now has an enrollment of Those who are not attending Sunday •hool here are given a hearty muncn, - -— — ..... , • „, .. h ,,., r tv ,ing trunk telephone and telegraph schoo I uny where a,e t .in • I • • wires at many points and calling out invitation to attend l..b un.^ unions of workmen employed in sub- Sunday school bcgmnmg i . .45 i. . , ., , . MM,,-. i>.,,ii-,rr >-\,wM-iu» \vei o oiwtini ways, street curs, taxis and railroads. Everything I am 1 owe to honest advertising, says Sally Rand. There's one case where the bare truth car- tainly paid.— San Benito Light. wife, for the second time in her life plays u comedy role to perfection, proving thul she is one of the most versatile actresses in the picture. Maureen O'Sullivun heads the supporting cast in Minna Gomb the role of Dorothy. pcople to do some good work The young people were organized last Sunday and they had an attendance of 28. We are expecting our young people to do for the Lord. All those \yi (ween the ages of 15 to ">'"' t obe present at 6:30 p. m. New Hope The sock supper was we!! attended ome Clubs Liberty Club The Liberty Home Demonstration club met September 28 at the home of Mrs. Frank Shearer with 13 members and two visitors present, with Mrs Guy Hicks as leader. ..• ' ,., The meeting- was--, ^pen-bd with a song "Leaning , On the.-Everlasting Arms.". Mrs.'J. E.,Mosier 'gave an interesting decotional followed by the Lords prayer. After the report of the secretary, Miss Griffin gave a report of the county meeting to be held at Hope in November and also gave a splendid report of the stale meeling held at Camp Pike. After the business meeting Miss Griffin gave a demonstration on making floor wax and on 'making' floor stains. Refreshments were served by the hostess, consisting of orangeade and WlFEgANGRY (Continued from Page One) Huey's Brother in Field Against Him Julius Stumping Third District for Judge Thomas Porter LAKE CHARLES, La.—(^—Senator Huey P. Long's own brolher was in the field Saturday to campaign against him in the Third district su- oreme court election which will b<J ^icld Tuesday. Senator Long is supporting the candidacy of Lieutenant Governor John B. Fournet against Judge Thoma sPorter. Julius T. Long, Shreveport attorney and the kingfish's brother, is active in the Porter campaign, taking a sbvnd-truck with .lim en his tour and making speeches at political rallies. Methodist Meet for Women Oct. 11 Three Speakers on (Program at Gurclon Next Thursday Morning and Braaaiere* THE GIFT The annual meeting of the Methodist women of the . Proffcott district will convene in Gurdon next Thursday, October 11, at 10 o'clock in the morhihg, it Was announced In Hope Saturday. , There will (30 three speakers: Mrs. L. E. N. Hundley. superintendent of supplies for the Little Rdck cdnfer" ence; Mrs. 3. W. Workman, chairman of SpiHtU.il life for the Little Rock conference; arid Miss Horlense Murry, returned missionary • from Africa. GOLD AND SILVER (Continued from Page One) ; tdtal gold per cenlage Is 2.3 parts In a billion. The silver Is present • in larger quantities. If the . spectroscope Is right, there is enough gold in seawater to pave the United States and encugh silver to roof'the world. Or. Dow said this sulphur treatment it not.the start of a commercial gold recovery program, but a purely scientific experiment to "explore pos-. sibilities. At present, he said, the bromine which ia being taken from seawater in large quantities'for making anti-knock gasoline, is many times more valuable commercially than the gold. GENT SALE Per manettti 2-**-$4.61 Call 287 lor AppointWeflt Mary's Beauty * - -•-- AVOID A WENT. Have U4 vide COMPLECT Public Liability; ROY ANDERSON f, CO COMPlfTf INSURWCf SfRVICt PHONE fllO HOPt.ARK FARLEY TO BATTLE (Continued from Page One) an anti-New Dealer. The "political somersault" of the Pennsylvanian, Farley said, was "a trifle bewildering." He .asked how Pinchot reconciled his expressions of confidence in the president's policies with "his definite purpose to hid in the re-election as United States senator of David A. Reed, who is perhaps the most outstanding foe of the president's policies." Fletcher said Friday more troubles than the Georgia "rebellion" were 'piling up against the New Deal. "It is not surprising," the Republican said, "that the Democratic party in Georgia has definitely broken with the administration and rebelled against the New Deal's spending orgy and its bureaucratic dictation. The action of the party in Georgia is but the first of many similar disappointments coming to the New Deal." Lions tfnd Rotary members will play two donkey ball games for the benefW of, crippled children. And later on the children can' play one for the,benefit of crippled Lions and Rotarians.—Lufkin Daily News. The next meeting will be October 2G at the home of Mrs. J. F, Moody. The subject being hot rolls and coffee cake. • Guernsey ,The Guernsey Home Demonstration Club -met at the home of Mrs. Lee Anderson September 24 at Z:30. Devotional by Miss Griffin. Twelve members answered the roll, with one new, member^ Sixteen visitors attended. Miss Griffin gave a very interesting demonstration on making floor wax. She also gave useful ways in which to make floor stains. Our next meeting will bo at the home of Mrs. M. E. Patrick, the demonstration being hot rolls and coffee cake. Every one is invited to attend. —Reporter. HAUPTMANN IS SANE (Continued from Page One) J.VJ 11 H Itt *_I U' Hi ^irii, ll.SUJll ly SCOn HI LCI H 4 . .. •'• *-. f ^, ..... ....... .-.-... edy, goes dramatic for her emotional j tended the singing at role as Mimi, the lying and lecherous Sunday ninhl. here Friday night. Aubrey Cux uml Lester Walkins at- inc Grivc former wife of the "Thin Man," and Nut Pendlcton, heretofore seen in underwork! chaiactcrs. also "changes his spots" tc be a police officer in the picture*. Conk-y Polk of near Oakhr.il visited relatives at this place Sunday. The church met Sunday and ed Bro Stingley a.>; our pa: 1 !*'! 1 tho next year. for Huuptmann's business relationships with him. Withheld Information "The letters indicate that Flsch gave little or no information to his relatives about any business transactions with Hauptmann," Foley said. ''Subsequently letters indicate that Hauptmann Ivul failed to anpwei c|U<->tion.s contained in original letters. "There has' also been found among Ilauptmann's effects an unfinishec letter to Pincus Fisch in which he sets forth that lie nnd Fiseh started business on November 1, 1933, with a capital of 535,000 and that they had on hand some $22,000 worth of furs the hearabouts of which were unknown to him (Hauptmann). "This letter also sets forth that he lost heavily in the market in 1933 and that lie met Fisch in 1932. Admission Important "This later admission of his important In view of the report now ci his contention that he knew Fisch Hiice 1SWI, the year before the kid- naping." I'ermis;-ion for Aaron R. Lewis, defense handwriting expert, to compare Hauptmunn's handwriting wit' 1 thai en the ransum notes will be sought fruin tho New Jersey attorney general, .lefen.se attorneys announced. V'oley indicated he would not contest the request. At Flemington, N. J.. county seat ol Hunlordon county whore the Lindbergh estate was located, it W as a "~ uouneed Ihe grand jury will be convened on Monday to consider md-«- ing Hauptmann for murder and kid- A Comparison "Wisdom is greater than wealth," said the sincere citizen. "Perhaps," answered Mr. Duslin Slax. "And yet you can found a college with money, but you can't start a bank with wisdom."—Washington Evening Star. A recent show advertised a chorus of seventy, but some of them don't look to be a day over sixty-five.— Florence (Ala.) Herald. Personal Mention Fulton Amonette, of Yancy, this county, on whom an emergency operation was performed for appendicilis earlier in Ihe week, was reported resting easier but still in a serious condition at Josephine hospital. m » m Little Rock Negroes Swamp Hope by 72-0 LITTLE ROCK—Dunbar High School Bearcats won the opening game of their football season by scoring a one- sided victory over Yerger High of Hope, 72 to 0, at Kavanaugh Field Friday. The winners' atlack was led by L. Cole, C. Cole, King, Saben and Owens, the latter turning in the longest run of: the game when he scored a touchdown on a 50-yard dash. C. Cole, King, Saben and Owens scored two touchdowns each while L. Cole counted one. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas. F. H. Philbrick Plaintiff vs. Annabel S. Philbrick Defendant The defendant, Annabel S. Philbrick, is warned to appear in this Court within thirly days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, F. H. Phiibrick. Witness m.y hand and the seal of said Court this 29th day of September, 1934. (Seal) • DALE JONES, Clerk of the Chancery Court. W. S. Atkins, Ally, for Pltff. Sept. 29-Oct 6-13-20. WARNING ORDER In the Hempstead Chancery Court. Bessie M. Crocket Plaintiff vs. Millie Ayers, et ul Defendants The defendants Millie Ayers, Arthur Brown and Gracy Brown, his wife. James T. Ryan and Cecilia Ryan, his wife, I. S. Pinkett and Phennella Pinkett, his wife, Jack Bradley and — Bradley, his wife, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintif heroin. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of said court on this 29th day of September, 1934. (Seal) DALE JONES, Clork. Sept. 29-Oi?t. C-i:i-20. Guaranteed Typewriter Repair Service O. W. MILLS 218 So, Walnut Phone 3fi New Coats V Just received, complfetfe 1 , line of new winter- Coats. Popular priceis.'/ Ladies Specialty Shop "Excuslvo But Not 4 )i , >^ elson-Huckms* Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized—Each I PHONE 8 WITT'S NEW LOCATION 106 South Elm MODERN-EFFICIENT SHOE REBUILDING Men's, Women's and Children's' shoes . resoled on modern equip 1 - ment by expert 'repairmen. Corne in and see our new, up-to-date shoe repair shop, completely equipped to give you the finest,type of s^iqe.,rebuilding,at y.ery. moderate prices. Our repairmen are expertly skilled in the modern method of repairing and rebuilding men's, women's and children's shoes. • We Invite You to Inspect Our New Shop. WITT'S SHOE SHOP We Call for and Deliver Phone 674 All Hope LISTENS TO .... When your grandfather's grand-dad had a shipload of shawls to sell or rooms at his inn to let he told the town crier about it. The crier told the rest of the village and grand-dad paid him plenty to do it. Hope Star Want Ads took over the town crier's job long ago. They don't have to depend on lung-power 1c) get results . , . wise buyers check the Want Ad? without being told. Hope Star Want Ads get those results at lowest cost, too—as you've found out if you have used them. And, best of all. they get themFAbl. Hope Star WANT ADS

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