Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 4, 1935 · Page 3
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-/; /^^^pfvi^;r;\--^-^i» HOPB. ARKANSAS CrC Le^u T«/*n/u>tui R21 **~*S Moods Where do they go, thos c little moods of mine? Shed, oho by one, like (Torments Used no more; Each leave* behind a haunting loneliness, Until I lose the semblance thnt it woro. The golden softness of tho pensive mood Wrnps me around like opiate* (hut bind ... Then, passing, leaves n cool indifferent mind. The tender moods and 1 those of deep despair Arc utl of such an inner part of me, I wonder," can (hey be old memories?— Or ore'-they thoughts from other worlds set free? The red, defiant mood sets me a thrill. Until there comes such shadowy re- Bret I press my throbbing-heart to keep it still. Tiiey nre my children of n fleeting hour, Born of my soul and fashioned after me; When they depart, oh, do they not return? Are Ihey, perhaps, those little wandering winds I feel, but cannot see?—Selected. Mrs. Sincadc Taliey has returned from a visit with her father, W. T. Brunsnn in Prcscotl. Mrs. J. J. Battle of Fulton was a Thursday shopper in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson and children of C'jlumbus were Thursday Guests tf Mrs. L. A. 1 Foster. The October meeting for the Pat Cleburn chapter, U. D. C. was held on Thursday afternoon at the home of E N D S KATHARINE Hepburn "BREAK OF HEARTS" » SATURDAY • \\, GREATEST Saturday Double Program of Them All! ! CHAPTER MOM Ofrour New Serial is a full length feature- ... be sure that you see it! Mrs. Pal Casey on West avenue C, with Mrs. J. F. Govin, Mrs. George Sprngins and Mrs. F. S. Huntley as associate hostesses. Lovely red radiance roses added their beauty and- fragrance to tha rooms, and a splendid crowd was present at this the second meeting of the club year. The meeting was opened by the retiring president Mrs. Wilbur Jones, who led In the impressive ritual and the Lord 1 ;; prayer followed by the chapter hymn, "Mow Finn a Foundation." During a short business period, at which time, the delegates to the state inCcting in Prairlo Grove were discussed, Mrs. Jones introduced Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp, president Arkansas Division, U. D. C. who installed the new Officers. Mrs.- Edgar Briant the new president responded with a short talk recommending a few changes in the election of officers and asked the cooperation of Ihc chapter in making the coming year a banner year. Mrs. Jones, the retiring president expressed her thanks to the members for their Assistance during her administration .md predicted a .splendid year for the chapter under the new regime. Hie handsome 1 new year books were distributed and a vote of thanks was extended lo the committee, of which M'rs. W. O. Shipley was chairman. The program was presented by Mrs. Chas. Hnynes, who asked Mrs. Shipley to review the Southern Magazine. Mrs. Shipley stressed on the article telling of the restoration of Stratford, the home of Robt. E. Lee, and gave a number of other interesting excerpts j'rom this magazine, the program closed with Mrs. R. M. LaGronc. director of music, having the chapter sing "Arkansas." Following the program, the hostesses served a delightful ice- course with embossed cake squares. Circle No. 2, Woman.s Missionary society, First Methodist church will meet at 3 o'clock, Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. P. Stewart, Ncrth Hervcy street. Mr. and Mrs. Comer Boyelt und son, Tony, arc spending the week end with relatives and friends in Slircveport, La. Mrs. C. C. Lewis and hosle;s on Thursday afternoon to the members of the Friday Bridge club and an extro table of guests at her home on South Pine- street. Fall flowers brightened the rooms that were arranged for three- tables and attractive- favors went t.o Mrs. Comer Biyett and Mrs. Guy Card. Following the game 1 , the hostess served a tempting salad course. Mrs. Frank Nolcn and Mrs. W. G. Lewis were Thursday visitors in Prescott. Singing School to . Open on Monday Earl Womack Will Open Two Weeks' Course at Church of Christ Beginning Monday night, October 7, Earl Woirteck of Murfreesboro, will conduct a singing school In I lope at the Church of Christ building. Mr. Womaek is an experienced teacher of vocal music, having conducted many .schools of this kind, The thurch feels fortunate in securing Mr, Womack for this work. The school will be paid by the chlirch, thereby enabling everybody to attend. There will be no tuition fee charged. The school will be conducted at night, beginning at 7:30 and dismissed in plenty of time for rest. It will 'be of two weeks duration. Every one is Invited to come and take a part in the work. You will find it interesting, as well as helpful. Proper Hand Signals CHURCHES GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis PurtclJ, Pastor school melts -at the Bob Montgomery Wins Bout Here Home Clubs l!he president called the meeting to order. Mra, Ruffin While gave' the devotional followed by the Lords prayer in unison. Allen The Allen Home Gemortstrttlon club «„„„ i cu.. j. A met Wednesday October 2, at the Second Street Arena home of Mrs. Gedtfge;School Crowded for Wrestling Mre - Vfernon Schoole y ** ***"**• /- Resumption A near-capacity crowd witnessed the first wrestling show Thursday night Twenty-one members answered ta In the new American Legion arena, the roll call and three new names were East Second street, where Bob Mont- added to the roll. Plans Were diS' "ornery of Hot Springs and George cussed for the next c-buncil meeting to Ligosky put on a real exhibition. It *** neld in Hope, December 6. Alien was one of the best matches seen here. antl Hopewell being joint hostesses. Montgomery, 186-pound veteran of Tne president appointed a committee thc mat. took two out of three falls of th ree to secure a place suitable for the meeting. Also a committee 'iTAINI h5S now, if you See Our Selected Ltae <rt PALL bRESSES Silk* and Woolens in the Newest Fashions THE GIFT* SHOP (Mrs. C. P. Holland Our Sunday regular time . Ladies auxiliary meets every Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Prayer meeting, starts at 7:30 Wednesday evening. i Our young people have started at....... , .. , .. , ,. now quarter. All old members are | H AND ., 8lgnali " g . la . lho most d " nskcd to come- back and new members are invited. Our B. Y. P. T. C, class Year by year the deadly traffic>toll reaches new peaks. In the thick of the battle to reduce this loss 6f life are state Motor Vehicle Administrator*. Twelve of them, officers and members of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, have contributed a series of articles describing the major .causes of automobile accidents. Number Three In the series: "Use Proper Hand Signals," follows: By CHARLES A. HARNETT Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, New York Member, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators. rectly persona) wny to coop- crate with another motorist on the wlil render a program Sunday night at j stroet and highway. Yot, despite River Valley, La. FIRST CHRISTIAN Guy D. Holt, Pastor Betty Buop in "Baby Be Good" ZANE GREY'S /Hg BRIEN'S THUNDER The Womnns Auxiliary of-St.'Marfcs Episcopal church will meet at 3:30 Monday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Frank Nolcn on North Washington street. The VVomans Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock nt thc J church. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Harper announce the arrival of a son, James Wilbur. Born Tuesday, October 1, Weight nine pounds. Approximately 71 per cent, of the families in the United States received less than $2500 in the boom year of 1929. according to recent findings of the Brookings Institution. Wut a £lu.\v: Wot a Show! ANNOUNCEMENT W. E. Bailey, with 16 yours shoe repair experience, hits bought a half-Interest with C. W. Keen. We fix your shoes while you wait, or will call for and deliver. KEEN &. BAILEY 105 W. Front St. Phone 388 Bible school Superintendent Lloyd Coop, is urging every one to come to iur Bible school at 9:45 a. m. Sunday. Will yen be on e of the number to increase our atendance? Morning worship at 11 a. m. Sermon subject "Seek Yc First the Kingdom, of God," Evening worship at 7:30 sermon subject "Come and Sec." We would like very much to have every member present who can be, and we would like lo have them bring someone wilh them. Our Official Board will meet at 2 P. M. Sunday afternoon. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m, Sunday in the church bungalow. Come young people and let's have a real good Endeavor meeting. W c extend a welcome to every one who will to come and worship with us at one or all our services. CHURCH OF CHRIST West Fifth und Grady Streets Glenn A. Porks, Minister Wo are now He-ginning a new quarter in the Sunday school work. An extra clays will bo organized Sunday to take care of younger children. We should be glad for you to bring your children and put them in the work. The Siuiday school will begin at 10 o'clock. Preaching services at the regular time Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The evening services will begin at 7:30 throughout the fall and winter instead of 7:45. Subject for morning sermon, "Has Man a Choice?" The topic for the evening lesson will be "'flit- Cbristian's Mind." The church extends a cordial invitation to everyone. the ease with which hand signaling can bo done and the added safety it gives to driving, there were 28,000 accidents caused by failure to signal or improper signaling In (his country last year. These accidents killed more than 200 and injured more than 33,000 persons, according to statistics compiled by a member company of the National Ilurcau of Casualty and Surety Underwriters. Hand signaling IB a law in some stales, but it is a courtesy everywhere, Too many of us who pride ourselves OM good manners do not seem lo realize what bad manners we are guilty of on the road. Indicating by a proper gesture whelher you are slopping or turning to the left or right IB only the ordinary' consideration you owe Ihe motorist behind you. And lhal simple gesture may save you and your car from a bad accident. It is Into that hand signaling laws and customs vary in different stales. However you cannot go wrong by (1) extending your arm and making a forward rotary motion of the hand when you slow down lo lurn rlghl, (2) extending your arm straight out and polnling with Ihe index finger when you intend to turn left, (3) extending your arm straight out with the palm open when you intend to stop or slow down. This will inform the driver behind you approximately what your next move will be and what his next move should be. In winler lime many drivers do not signal because their window is up. Courlesy is not a seasonal obligation, and signaling is more 1m- j porlant than ever on winter's slippery roads. The slighl effort of lowering Ihc window enough to allow giving Ihe proper signal is more than worth Hie trouble. You will appreciate il when another motorist does the same for you. Motorists: Use proper hand signals' I to win the feature event from Ligosky, I 180-pound grapler. Montgomery took the first fall in 18 minutes. Ligosky won the second. The final wenl lo Montgomery with a complicated leg twisl. Both wrestlers were about evenly matched. The "Black Dragon" won the first and third fulls from Barney Cosneck in the 45-minutc preliminary. The "Black Dragon" entered the ring 'oedeckcd in black. He turned out to bo quite a mcanie. He frequently excited the fans by resenting to what appeared to be un- '?ir tactics. He received boos from ( all sides of the ring. In retaliation he invited spectators into the ring. None much, appeared. Promoter Bert Mauldin announced from the ring that negotiations were under way to bring "Wild Red" Berry here next week to meet Scotty Me- Naught. Berry is a good drawing card wherever he appears. Several weeks ago he packed the house at Fair park in a match against Fronkie Hill. a committee to confer with Hopewell club to make necessary plans. The business being completed Miss Griffin used the community fair for her demonstration, showing the, good and bad points in the jars of canned goods entered in the contest. Several women entered the contest. Mrs, Lee Garland's display was judged the best, with Mrs. P. J. Holt, Mrs. Marvir Jones and Miss Laura Lee Duckett displaying splendid entries. . . In th e display of, art craft there were quilts, luncheon 'sets, crochet sweaters, pictures, cedar carving. Everyone enjoyed the display very Mrs. P. J. Holt used a very clever idea during the recreation period. Cross word puzzles were passed, they proved most of us to be dumb. The hostess served popcorn arid homemade candy which was in keeping with the fair. The next meeting will be November 6, at the home of Mrs. F. P. Holt. the advance with complete calm. Special editions with big headlines announced the long-awaited action. Ihcr 0 were no manifestations and no cheering. A guard of 50 carabineers was stationed around the Ethiopian legation to prevent a possible outbreak of popular feeling. The Ethiopian charge d'affaires, Jesus Nagadras Afevort, said the crowd about his home was so dense Wednesday night he co.uld not leave. He is not allowed to receive communications and thus is ignorant of developments in Ethiopia. SHOE SALE Navy and Black Kid Black and Brown Suede S2.99 Pair Ladies Specialty Shop % Out Own Horn 1. CAKES Light, fluffy, diliclously flavoi- cd-and FRESH. Just trj7 ~ —each bite will melt In mouth, i 2. PIES Full-flavored "Home Recipe*;, Pies, temptingly* made ficdii fresh fruits' and cream fillings They sure do taste good. | 3. BREAD r BLUE RIBBON of course. Bak cd fresh daily from the finest of ingredients. Ask your grocer for it. ' CITY BAKERY A HOPE INSTITUTION ,- Weekly Sunday School Lesson Invaders Advance (Continued from pagt one) Tevt: Isaiah 53:1 Tt Isaiah Portrays the Suffering Scn-nnt The International Unlfonn.'Sunduy School Lesson for October C same guarantees from Britain in cast- France is attacked. By WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance The studies of representative men and women of the Bible during tno third quarter have taken characters No Declaration of War ROME, Unly—(/P)_ Italy intends to carry out. her program without any declaration of war because officials i call it a "colonial affair." Ethiopia's General mobilization, however, was Italians Advancing ASMARA, Eritrea —(/?)— Unofficial j reports from the front line Italian forces early Friday indicated large detachments of Eritrean cavab-y had moved forward in the so-called neutral 30-kilometer strip, which Ethiopia avowedly left open during the period of attempted conciliation. The cavalry was followed closely by infantry, flanked by tanks and light artillery. Infirmation received here declared the move, described as Italy's first advance beyond the Ethiopian iVonticr, had virtually taken posses•ion of the 30-kilometer expanse of wild territory. Although, according to previous reports, strong Ethiopian forces had renamed in this area, it was said they disappeared before the Italian advance, offering no resistance. Rumors were current here that there had been some firing upon Italian airplanes which scouted the ground before the troops moved in. "'•nfidcred as creating a virtual state i of war. i After repeated denials that Aduwa, from the Old Testament and from the j when- Italy was badly beaten by Ethi- i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Thos. Brcwstcr, Pastor The Bible conference conducted by Dr. Frank Crossley Morgan begins ' Sunday at 11 a. m. ond will continue New. In the fourth quarter we turn | opians 40 years ago, had been bombed from a succession of New Testament j an cfficial source confirmed it Thurs- studies back to the Ond Testament.' Tho personalities of these lessons are the older prophets and leadens of Ju| dah, from Isaiah to Malachi. Tlie first le.sson of the quarter presents the suffering servant in the TRY THE Sea Food Market at Home Ice Company Fresh Sea Foods direct from tiio original Kmu-li Market at New Orleans. through Friday October 11. There will [ i . £l - v ;, lh !'' d , ehal ? tor of ? sai , ah 7 11 . C ! 1 " P " be two Bible interpretation hours each week day, the morning hour being 10 o'clock and the evening hour 7:30. An offering will be taken each evening to defray expenses. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Uiu next Lord's day, classes for all age groups. Vesper services for young people G:30. Evening preaching service 7:30 eon- ducted by Dr. Morgan. Rally Day will be observed Sunday \vet-k, October 13. Communion of the Lord's Supper will ho hold Sunday, 0 and 2()th at the morning hour. $50 to $500- AUTO LOANS On Cars and Trucks Highest Prices Paid for COTTON TOM KINSER Old Liberty Mr. and Mrs. Leu Kemph of Colcman and Johny Nashville spent last ter that almost unerringly has been taken as prophetic of Christ, though there can be little doubt that it had primary referunccs to a suffering .servant nearer to the times in which th« prophet wrote. It is commonly believed by Nc\v Testament scholars that the Intel- chapters of Isaiah are by another hand than the early chapters, and come out of a later period, when Israel had undergone the tragedy of exile and suffering in Babylon. In the conception of the prophet the nation was not only expiating its own sins-, but was bearing the burden nf tin in the process of human redemij- lien, with which we have becimic -i 1 familiar hi the New Testament stiiv of Ihc mission and death of Jesus. If one pictured the problem of tip prophet in the crisis that Israel wqs facing, he can understand somclhiijg j ~ —,--_., 1CJ\_)1I^, 1»V V,<J11 U!tV4l-»t?l«i|iu .JU"«I->->H'*K; .week end with relatives of this place. , O f ( | lc sourcc an d reality of the noblf. PAGE'S MARKET Phone 348 WE DELIVER 112 East Third Street Hope, Ark. BEEF ROAST Young, Tender Pound 9c V For Fresh River FISH—Lb 7c FRANKS BOLOGNA, Lb Club, T-Bone I STEAKS, Ib. PIG EARS [and FEET, Ib I Lean—No. 1 Oil* [SALT MEAT, Ib &UG Shoulder LAMB, Ib 15o Pure Pork SAUSAGE, Ib 1 . | Born to Mr. and Mrs, Frank Shearer ' j! eptembcr 25 a daughter, named I Frances Kathrene, mother and baby arc doing fine, Mr. and Mrs. Swans of near Fulton called on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gilbert Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Kale Hollis of Patmos return- to her home Saturday after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Shearer of this place. Miss Emma Mitchell called on Mrs. Chester Rosenbautu Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs, Lee Hicks called on Mrs. J. B. Hicks and family Sunday. Carl and LeRoy Evans called on relatives in Nashville Saturday night. religious ideas of this lesson and the accompanying chapters in the la|ter part o£ the Book of Isaiah. Here was a people professing to ije the chosen people of God, to whoji there had been great promises aifl whose literature was full of sublinle triumphs and the evidences of diviije leadership. The conception of a glj- rious kingdom in which Israel shouM lead and share was enshrined in thH 19c Smoked Pure Pork SAUSAGS, Ib 28 Pork Shoulder 171 A ROAST, ib I f a C DRESSED HENS and FRYERS asty— Have You Tried Them— Delicious SAIICAAE SPICED TONGUE and $HUdHUC HAM LOAF history. But how could these promises ai|d purposes of God concerning Israel je fulfilled in a nation that had be|n blasted by war, torn up by the rucjis -md taken off in exile to a far and uj- ~ "• * *-„ i friendly country? Was there no jijs- Unhke other butterflies, monarchs | (icc ancl no hopc as mcn looked up (n go south when -winter comes. They 1 tl light of thc sp jriutal history j»f return m Ihe spring, flying hundreds |,,"; 'ation? i of miles, only to lay their eggs and die. i ^, is pj . ob '| cm the prophet faced wijh day night. This source said (he bombardment was in retaliation for Ethiopian artillery fire upon an Italian border squadron and that only a fortress was bombed. (Ethiopia charged Red Cross hospitals were bombed with an undetermined loss of civilian lives, including women and children.) Honor to Count Ciano The "honor" of lh c frist chance at vengeance at Aduwa, a name which rankles in the Italian mind, went to Count Gtille?zo Ciano, son-in-law of Premier Benito Mussolini and commander of Ihe attacking squadron. A.-; given by this '.ifficial source, the Italian version of the action follows: Ciano was leading a .squadron of seven planes rcconnnitcrinK over points along the Eritrean frontier when Ethiopian riflemen began shoo!- ] ing at the planes. Artillery fire also hurst out around the planes. Ciiuio ill cnce ordered his men toward Aduwa when his experts determined that the shell fire came from that direction. The planes dropped all 'heir bombs on an artillery fortress in Aduwa and returned without a loss. Ethiopian losses were not determined. Mussolini's two flying sons, Bruno and Vitlorio, were on scout duty elsewhere and did not participate in the engagement. Vengeance Sought Aduwa is one of the moral goals of Italy, for Iln.lians say the M-enu of their defeat must be the sct-jie of their victory. Mussolini, speaking of Ethiopia's "aggressions" said Wednesday ; to millions in the test mobilization. ! "We have been patient for 40 years. That is enough." The Italian public received news of STOPPED-UP .NOSTRILS, CUUB to COU3W- Use Menlliolalum lo help open the nostrils and per mil freer breathing. Gives COMFORT Daily- If you prefer nose drops, or throat spray, call for the HEW HEMTHOLATUM LIQUID In handy boll Ic with dropper Watch for the Big NYAL 2 for 1 SALE Week of Oct. 7 to 12 BRIANT'S Drug Store I E C A U S E It's Odorless It's Better Our Special Odorless Process of Cleaning takes out ALL of the dirt and gives the fabric its original feel and lus'trc. 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