Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 8, 1934 · Page 3
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"Y'.v-r i %FWff 'V^sr 3 > • f-'^r sMotteUy?.October 8; 1034 #0£E STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS A/rs. Sid ticnry ? 321 ; lf lite Is hard (or me, men I shall need \rago around mo like n 'coal of mail, [And grim determination for my steed. If life Is trying, surely I should fail ;WlthoiU n sword of' litughter always And constant songs within my 'heart to guard ARainst the jeopardy of doubt and fear. And I must weep few I oars if life is hard. If lifo is ciisy, nlwnys must, 1 be Watching lest smugness and complacence creep Around my soul till they envelop me— .While some know not where they wjll eot or sleep. If life is ctisy, I must often sny, ''God, send me something hard to do today."—Selected. 1 Th» Oglesby P. T. A. will hold their October meeting at 3 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon at the Oglcsby school. Mi$i Josephine Morris of Henderson State College, Arkadelphia, spent the week end with liur mother-, Mrs, Gladlne Morris. Mrs. W. ¥'. Saner left Sunday for « •EASES ACHES )i»in quickly without fccninic norven or upuotUnic nloi aftlthe* nervo ntraiu. lirinifH wclcun relaxation. Correctly blended fort; LIQUlDprTABLETS New Coats Jupt received complete line of new winter Sport Coats. Popular prices. Ladies Specialty Shop "Excuslvo But Not Expensive" Bnsehnll Reason is just about over . . . hut don't worry "BANK NIGHT' is getting better! .. Let's Go! '*• NOW SHOWING For the first time in the two years that I have been in Hope, may 1 sign my name to the statement that this is truly « GREATER SHOW SEASON hit and is u wonderful piece of screen entertainment. ?*S» Arthur Swanke. It's the best thing these two stars have ever done. Popeye Cartoon News visit with relntlws nnd friends in Dallas. Texan. Miss> Elniina Fontaine and her guests, Mrs. Kolb and Mrs. Mothcny. cf Clnrkesville. Ark., attended the homecoming M St. Pauls church near O?.un Sunday. —.—Q Mrs. Jack Meek and little daughter, Carolyn of Bradley, Ark., are spend- in/; tlje ' week with Mi's. Mrek's par- tn'ts, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRae. Mr., and Mrs. Gloss Velvin and daughter, o£. Valiant, Okla., ivore week end quests 1 of. Mrs. George Robison and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Hcrvey and children of Pine BKiff were week end quests of Mrs. Milton Holt and other relatives. o Friends will be glad to know that the condition of Charlie Hcrvey, who has been ill, ul his home on South fine street for tha past two wcek.s is Deported us being improved. The John Cain chapter. D. A. R. JAKE HENRY (Continued from Page. On*? ease would not reach the jury for deliberation until Into in thti da>\ Shortly after noon Monday, Leon-' tml Brown, negro, pleaded guilty to burglary ami grand larceny. His sentence has not been fixed. No other criminal cases have been heard. FIRST LOCAL TRAJNj (Continued from Page One) given to Miss Schooley was u picture representing the arrival of one of the first train;: over the Cairo & Fulton Railroad at Hope. With this as an order, Miss Schooley conducted research for about a month, finding the costumes worn by people in 1873, and after considerable corro-. sopndence secured a photograph of; the first locomotive built for the Cairi & Fulton Railroad which was named "Roswell Bcbco," after the man he- liqvcd to be the first president of the railroad. This painting, done in a somewhat modern impressionistic stylo, has bpen. completed and will be hung in the library at the high school. It is-on exhibition in the windows of the Hope Furniture company for a few days. assistant manager of the Galesburg office of the Illinois State Employment Service. Out of, town guests includ- td Col. and Mrs. Francis M. Allen of w,lll open their activities for the full chit-ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lucicii S. Field with a 1 o'clock luncheon on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. F. Me- Fnddin on North Hervcy street, with Mi.ss Mamie Twitchell as joint hostess. Mrs. R. M. Briant will lead the program on "The American Navy." Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cain spent Sunday at the Little River Country club. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Green and fam- Local Men Home From Ball Game :Hempstead County Citizens See St. Louis Games O.vev Week-End Among tl1r> Hpmpstend county baseball fans returning home this weekend-from World Sorio.'; gamen lit St. Louis were Hoy Anderson and Dale Louis were Roy Anderson, Hope, Dale Jones, Washington, who attended Saturday's game as guests of Little Rock They sn\y Rixzy Deun hurt by a thrown ball while running bases for a lenminute. Jim Wilson, Tom Stuart, Joe and Charles Wilson, nil of Columbus, returned home enrly Monday from St, Louis, having seen the fifth game there Sunday. PROSEeUTION WILL (Continued from Kage One) the Hope people attending the home- cominK at St. Pauls church Sunday. MBS. Henry being on the program with i vocal number. Mr. and Mrs. L. Green of the Highway Department were Sunday guests of friends at the Little River Country club. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. P. Barlow of Mal- vcrn were Sunday guests of Mrs. M. H. Barlow and other relatives. The following clipped from the Galesburg, 111., paper will be of interest to the many friends of the of Moline, and Miss Charlie L'herison of Hope, Ark. The bride was honored- with social events, both in Houston, Texas and Hope. Ark." Celebrating the fourth birthday anniversary of her little daughter, Norma Joe, Mr. 1 --. C. C. Chancy entertained »t a children party Saturday aftcnioon at her home on South Spruce street. A quantity of fall flowers added their beauty and fragrance to the occasion. Lovely foliage combined to stress the color note of pink and green. Following an interesting afternoon of games and contests, the hostess assisted by her mother, Mrs. W. F. Hutcbcns and sister, Miss Abbio Hutchins served a delightful ice course, in which the chosen color note was further emphasized, to about 2't little friends. The favors were cunning poke bonnet;? filled with an assort men t of confections. Tho Aluthcn Class of the First Baptist Sunday school, Mrs. ( Hugh Jones, teacher, will hold their regular monthly business and social meeting at 7:30 Tuesday evening at fair park. The of Chicago, Aaron Shapiro, New York attorney, Alderman Oscar Nelson arid others, which ended May 5. after a courtroom run of 120 days also brought vindication for the defendants. , Insult has attended every session of the trial and said he would continue to be present aa : long as the sessions lasted. Mrs. Insull, who has been at her husband's sinde in the'• courtroom most of the time, Sunday said :hat theii: plans were uncertain if icr husband were acquitted. "But we do not plan -to continue .viing in Chicago," she said. "There are too many unpleasant memories, rfowever, we have no definite plans and'arc just living from day to day until this is over with," Asked" if they might return to. Greece in .event Insull was acquitted, he said: "We have made no plans to go back to, Greece, nor have we decided what we shall do. However, the climate of Greece agrees very much with Mr. Insull." Solid Carload of Paper fe Received Star's Senjii-Annua] Shipment Would "Paper" 80-Acye Farm A solid carload oC newsprint arrived in Hopo Mowlny for TKc Star, 20 tons cf yapcr in, 71 individual rolls. Tlie Star consumes 40 tons a year, U.tually, shipped in t\yo carload Ibis, ona in the spring, and the other in the, fall, The paper (hat ^rtjivod in Monday's car, if stretched out in. a, single sheet, would reach 21& miles, or about as fur as fcOin Hope to a. point ahout 60 miles this side of Memphis. It would completely "paper" an 80- .acro farm. REBELS STRIKE BACK (Continued from Pago One) IVl^Ol. ^v/ M*V •«*»»• »jr --. — -- -- , - --- Mlf t* bride in tills city. "The marriage of form of entertainment will featire a iwiio u H^ln,-, v\nn r.innn. dnimhter of I "Cowboy Roundup." The class will Miss Helen King Canon, daughter of B. M. Cannon, Hope, Ark., and James G. Field, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Field. 411 North Cedar street, took place today (Sept. 28th) at 12:30 c'clock in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holcomb, 799 North Seminary street. The single ring ceremony was read by Dr. Harry Freda, pastor of the First Baptist church in the presence of the immediate families and a few close friends. Tho simple but impressive rites were spoken in the living room which was appropriately decorated with baskets of garden flowers. Mrs. J. W. Holcomb, (.Bennie Canon) sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Mr. Field was attended by his brother, Lucicn S. Field, as best man. The bride was lovely in a gown of brown and gold crepe. Following the rites, a wedding breakfast was held in the Blue Room of the Hotel Cuslcr. The table was centered with a. lovely wedding cake. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Field left in a trip to Chicago. The bride was graduated from the Hope. Ark., high school of the class of 1933, later attending Brown's Busnicss college of this city. For the past several months she has been employed as private secretary in the'firm of W. G. Burchfield and Bro. of Houston, Texas. Mr. Field is a graduate of Knox College and is a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. At the present time he is Cowboy Roundup.' meet at the chorch and transportation will be furnished. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Yarbrough, announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy B. to Donald O. Moor,e. The ceremony was read at the home of. the Rev. Wallace Rogers on the evening of September 25, 1934, with, Hev. Rogers officiating. After October 15, Mr. ind Mrs. Moore will reside in Little Hock where Mr. Moore will be associated with the Western States Grocery Company. with hastily-thro,Wn-up, barricades. - Azann and Dcntns Escape The fate of. former Premier Manuel Azana, one of the leaders of the secession, was still uncertain. Apparently, he' had escaped,-, along with Min.istei: of the Interior Dencas and forni- er Police Chief Ar,turo Menendez. 1 Those• 'arrested,' 1 beside Companys, included • the . president of the Cata- .Ionian, Parliament, Senor Casanovas, arid Mayor Charles Puisiinyqr, former minister 1 of industry and commerce. Government employes . belonging to, the .£eft Republican party aJso^ were arrested. ' • '* The ' surrender itsplf was dramatic. General Ba,tet's artillery forces bom- bar,dqfd - the principal buildings of the city from.. 4:30 a. m. to. .5:45 a. m.. At 6:30 Companys rushed to a radio and Stamps Quartet at Patmos Next Sunday V. O. Stamps and his quartet will be featured in a musical program to be given from the auditorium stage of Putmos High School Sunday night. The Stamps quartet is well known hpre, having appeared in Hopo on several occasions. The public is invited. Columbia Baptists to Meet Wednesday The Columbia Missionary Baptist association will open its fall meeting at a community church near Magnolia Wednesdoyi with sessions continuing through Friday night. Tho location is seven miles south of Waldo and five miles west of Magnolia. Garrctt memorial The Rev. Hollis Purtell of Magnolia will preach Wednesday night at 7:30. The public is cordially en- vited. Get Rid of Malaria! Banish Chills and Feveri i To conquer Malaria, you must do two things'(1) Destroy the infection in the blood. (2) Buijd up the blood to 'overcome the effects and to fortify against further Attack. There is one medicine that does these two things and that is Grove's Tasteless Chil' Tonic! The tasteless quinine in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic destroys the malarial infection in the blood while the iron builds up the blood. Thousands oi people have conquered Malaria with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chii: Tonic. In addition to being a noted remedy for Malaria, it is also an excellent tonic .of general use. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is pleasant to take and contains nothing harmful Even children like it and they can take it safely. For sale by all drug stores. Now two sizes—50c and $1 The ?1 size contains 2>& times as much as the 50c size and gives you 25% more for your money. nnftunced he was giving up. "I was unable to resist further and not \v.4ntiri& to cause unnecessary sacrifices I hereby surrender to Gen. ;jomingo Batflt," he declared-. General Batet announced: "After an intense fusillade the Cat- alcnian president, realising resistance war! futile, 'telephoned me to cense ire,' but. the rebels hnd cut the wire mil !• was unable to suspend the fight- ng immediately. 'Finally, at the risk of my life, I succeeded in stopping the hostilities. Despite those still on the roofs and tferroees we are in control- everywhere. The president of the Madrid government (hanks the Barcelonia army'and I add my personal felicitation :<." Tho Enrl f>t Bprby inariRuratert Derby races in England in 1780; Either fresh or stagnant- .water serve:; as a thriving place for mosquitoes. Vide eQM.P Public IJabl sucaace foe ROYAMDERSOMrCO 'COMPliri: IKSUMftfF SfUVICF PHONE 010 HOPE, AWIK. OTICE Monday, October. 15th, 1934, is the la.sk day for the payment of the THIRD OR LAST INSTALLMENT (one-half of tax), of taxes on ho.th Heal and Personal Property, for the year 1933.; also for the payment o| all past due and unpaid previous Installments witho.ut penalty. After Monday, Oeto.her 15th,-193.4, all Real Property on which the -full"amount of 1933 taxes is unpaid,; will be listed as" Delinquent and said list filed with the County Clerk. • , - ' '-. - After Monday, October 15th, 1934, al.1 193$ taxes on Personal Property, past due and unpaid will b^ listed as Delinquent and be subject to the penalty- and costs prescribed by law. •• •• Sheriff and Collector air Is This Too Goo.d for Your Cough? Creomulsion may be a better help than you need. It combines seven helps in one. It is made for quick relief, for safety. Mild coughs often yield to lesser helps. No one can tell. No one knows which factor will do most for any certain cough. So careful pcople.more and more, are using Creomulsion for any cough that starts. The cost is a little more than a single help. But your druggist i.s authorized to guarantee it, so it costs nothing if it fails to bring you quick relict Coughs are danger signals. For safety's take, deal with them in the best way known. (adv.) R OM time to time we tell you facts bout Chesterfield Cigarettes. We say that Chesterfields are different from other cigarettes—that the tobaccos are different, the paper is different, and the \vay they are made is different. .Everything that modern Science knows about or that money can buy is used in? making Chesterfield a milder, beeper-tasting cigarette-:-a cigarette that: Satisfies. You can prove ivhat we tell you about Chesterfield* May we ask you to try them —that would seem to be fair enough Only Two More Days in Which to Pay Street Tax Without Penalty. This Tax Was Due October 1 After the 10th of this month a penalty will be assessed against delinquent payers. CLARENCE E. BAKER Chief of Police frt £U&^-~ 193-1 CQ Co. the cigarette that's. MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER MONDAY WEDNESDAY SATUHBAY KOSV NINO CRETE .NSILUi MARTINI STUECKGOLD KUSTri. VAETX OUCHESTRA AND, CHORUS 8 P. M. (0. S.T.) -C01.l ; MBU NETWOBK

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