Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 8, 1937 · Page 3
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NQVember 8, HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS MRS. sm HENRY Slay-nt-Homcs How strange thai in a work! of Irnn- sicnt things, Where nil must, yield unlo the law of change Ant! ninn has Icnrnecl the ecstasy of • wings, There still nrc timid souls who fear the range Of wider fioUta, und lot their heart strings cling I'D deiir, familinr things .of every dny— Some quiet nook where one may always bring A favorite took to while loved hours away! And yet these give (o life u permanence Not known to gipsy blood mid dancing feet, These stay-at-homes who never burn incense To alien gods, nor journeying"! repeat. They tnkn firm root, with no desire lo roam: Such souls, we think, first dreamed the dream of liome.—Selector). TELEPHONE turned from their wedding trip through North Arkansas points nnd nrc domiciled in the T. A. Middlobrooks Apartment on South Pino street. Mrs. Tully Henry is spending n few days visiting with her mother, Mr.s ,Toe Bland in Saratoga. __ Q _ Mr. nnd Mr.s. D. IV Thoni|\son had a.s week end guesl-s, Mr. nnd Mrs. Huffin Boycll anil children, Edith nnd Ruff in Jr., and Vaughan Thompson of Dallas, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown and son, Arthur Thomas of Little Rock. Mrs. Archie 1 Hule of Ashdo'wn WHS the week-end guest of her sister, Mrs. J, W. Wimberly and Mr. Wimberly. -O- Mrs. D. T. Chamberlain, Mrs. Delia While, and Misses Mary Jones and pcnic Chnniberlain were Sunday visitors in Hoi; Springs, -6~ Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Scgnar and lx>ys, Chus. and Sammic and Miss Lucille Hulson were Sunday Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ramsey and Mrs. R. B. Black in Carthage, Ark. Mr, nnd Mrs. P. D. Burton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sid Henry and Miss Mae Jamison en route to their home in Lewisville from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Peck in Arkadelphia. -o- Mrs. Earl Dm/.ell of Shrcve|x»rt. La., was a Saturday shopper in Ibe city. —O Mrs. May Meritt Reed of Washington, D. C., and Fayettcvillc, Ark., was a Saturday visitor with relatives in the city en route lo Lcwisville and Waldo. -O- Mr. and Mrs, Frank Miison have re- I-AST DAY (Mon.)—2. •), 7 & !) NCE A Jean Mulr, I) o n a I d Woods, Gordon Oliver, Joseph King, Henry Kloker, Gordon Hart, Joseph Crclmn. DOCTOR Extra—Latest I'dtde News Comedy mid Fiction Matinees lOc, Nltcs 10-20—Balcony lOc TUES. & WED.—2 Features JACK HOLT —in— "OUTLAWS OF THE- ORIENT" Virginia Bruce, Melv.vn Douglas In "WOMEN OK GLAMOUR" Dr. OPENING TONIGHT Let's Go! OPENING TONIGHT PAN AMERICAN SHOWS HOPE, ARK. Highway 67 at Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. ARMISTICE WEEK CELEBRATION Don't Miss It- Fun for Young & Old Everything to Amuse Nothing to Offend 15 Rides, Shows Attractions Larson's Concert Kiddie Hand Free Attractions—Sensational Hides A Tented City of Amusements Here Tin One Week OPENING TONIGHT Nov. 8th to 13th Meet Vour Trieiids At The. CARNIUAL TRUSSES We aarry u complete stock of Trusses. We are careful to correctly fit these trusses, and our prices are the (invest that can be made. No charge made for lilting. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The KoxiUl Store Plume 03 Peliyery Amonij; the out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral services for J. O. Dry nn, held from (.he family residence in this city on Sunday afternoon, were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johiuon, Mrs. If. W. Criivcns, P. D. Johnson nnd Kd Bridges of Athens, Lu.; Mrs. Jim Clayton, Claude and Joe Norris of Huston, La.; Mr. nnd Mr.s. J. W. Ciirringlon and Mr.s. Clyde He.slerly of I'reseotl; Mrs. Minnie John win of Little lioek. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bryan of Shreveport, Ln., and Mr. and Mr.s. D. W. Bryan Jr., of Gurdon. -O- nnd Mrs. A. J, Neighbors have as . their neiee, Mr.s. Nina Daniels of Little Hock. -O- Mrs. William M. Ktannus and daughter, Claire, of Little Hock, arrived Monday for a visit with Mrs. Slannus' .sister. Mrs. E. O. Winyfield and Mr. Winufield. -o- The Oulesby P. T. A. will meet at 3:110 Tuesday afternoon at the Oyles- by school. -o- Mrs. Ernest Still and litllo daughter Cynthia spent the week-end wilh Mr. Still in Arkadelphia. -O- The Builders class of the Hope Gospel Tabernacle will have a s|>ecial meetiiiK at 7:30 Monday evening at the Tabernacle. -0- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and little daughter have returned to their Inline in Burger, Texas, after a visit with liis mother, Mrs. T. J. Payne. -O- MrK. Waller 11. Harrison who liar; bc':n visiting her son, Rev. Fred R. Harrison and Mr.s. Harrison, has returned to Lillle Rock for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. M. McKinncy and family. _ Q _ Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boycc of Hope, announce the marriage of their daughter. Klovia, lo Charles A. Wagner, son of Mrs. Charles A. Wagner, of N.ichi- toel.es. La.. Ihe wedding having been solemiti/ed at H o'clock Monday even- lit; at kit. James Episcopal church at Texarkana in Ihe presence of a small group of friends and relatice.s. The To Publish State's Prize Photographs $226 Prize Arkansas Picture Contest Will Close November 30 One hundred or more of the-best nmntour photographs submitted in the "Picture Arkansas" contest sponsored by the Arkansas Publicity Advisory Commission will be published in a special 48-page booklet lo be called "Life in Arkansas" and distributed throughout the nation, it wns nn- nounccd by M. C. Blackmnn, stale publicily director. The $225 pri/.e contest will end November 30. Five division prizes of ?25 each will be awarded December 18 and the $100 sweepstakes prize for the best picture in all classifications will be presented to the winner by Governor Bailey on Christmas Day. Publication of Die booklet will coincide with the announcement of the awards. Blackmail said. It will be eight and one-half by ]1 incites and will be printed on Rood quality paper. There will be five sections and pictures for each will be chosen from entries in the five divisions of the contest: Agriculture, Industry, Scenery, Recreation and Urban life. Credit for all photographs used will be given to the photographers, whether they are prize winners or not, unless omission of the credit line is requested. Several hundred excellent pictures have already been received in the contest, Blackmail said, but the majority are entered in the Agriculture and Scenery classifications. Few have been received in the Industry, Recreation and Urban Life classifications. Prints must be at least postcard size or four by five inches arid should be printed on glossy paper. No entries will be returned. Members of the commission will be the judges. They are: R. W. Fullerlon of Warren, chairman; Harvey C. Couch, Pine Bluff; Walter Haun, El Dorado; Donald Murray, Joncsboro, and C. E. Palmer, Texarkana. Will Build Home A pei'mit has been issued for the ron.strue.tion of a $4,000 home for Rufus Horndon, Jr., South Main street. T. D. Anderson has been awarded the contract. Construction work has al- readv started. During the year IMfi. Canadian fishery exports reached the highest point since UI3I, with a total value of $25,358,000. Eddie Cantor says that "All Buba Goes to Town" next Sunday. GMI of every million births, one child becomes a midget. Midgets invariably are the children of normal-size parents. Cupid Wrestles With Disfavor "I'll probably be disinherited for this, announced beautiful Princess Babs, abpve, when she told of her intention to marry Bob Gregory, claimant of the European catch-us-catch-can wrestling championship. She fears her matrimonial choice won't find favor with her father, Borneo's Kajah of Sarawak, only white rajah in the world. T h «-. funnies* I h i M g you've ever .seen is— IKKNK DUNNE C'ABY GRANT News—Band Act—Cartoon TUES. & WED. HERE AT LAST! ROBERT MONTGOMERY With love in his eye ami iMurdcr in his heart! —with— Kusalml KUSSELL "NITE MUST FALL" Rev. David E. Holt officiated. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Wagner were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grain. 907 Olive street. The bride wore an attractive gown of green crepe with black accessories and had on a corsage of talisman roses. Mrs. Wagner who was graduated from the Arkansas high school, is now connected with tho Junior Chamber of Commerce. The bridegroom is connected with Wilt and Halsey. architects. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner are making their home at 017 Hickory street, Texarkana. ~O- Thc Paisley Parcnl-Tcachers association will meet at 3 p. m. Wednesday at Paisley school building. Every member is urged to make an effort to attend. An interesting session is promised. If transportation is desired, telephone 2'19-J. Mrs. Neb Sayle and daughter, Miss Katherine, Mrs Bill Say and Mrs. Edward Woodfurd of Little Rock were Sunday guests nf Miss Marie and Nannie Purkins. 'lliey were accompanied home by Misses Nancy and Su.san Wuiidfcird, who have been guests for the past few dajs of the Misses Purkins. Mrs. lUlKelly Is (Continued from Page One) efforts to have her come to live with us in Georgia. She felt the properties of the water there were an aid to her condition. "She has. however, made occasional visits to my brother and myself, and we have likewise visited her. Her la.st visit lou.s was last fall. "Mother Justified" "Sheriff (C. A. Dildy of Nashville) informed me by long-distance telephone lha tmy mother was entirely justified in protecting her home against forcible intrusion and the sympathies of the entire county were with her. "The sheriff stated that the posting of a recognizance (bond) in such a matter was an entirely legal routine which, under the circumstances, should conclude the incident. "The sheriff also slated that Page (J. R. Page), on his hospital bod, admitted he was at fault and had no desire lo prosecute. "I also talked to my brother, who is now en route back, and he related to me the same state of facts given me by the sheriff. "He also slated that the party shot was a distant relative of our family and previous family difficulties entered into the situation. "While I regret the necessity for her having had to do so, I am glad my mother had the courage to protect her home from such an unwarranted intrusion." Negro Teachers in District Meeting Nearly 1,000 Teachers Attend District Two Session in Hope The fifth annual District Two Association of Teachers of Negro Youth of Arkansas- closed a successful one- day meeting Friday night at Verger High School. Nearly a thousand teachers and .students from eight southwestern Arkansas counties attended. Hope was selected as the permanent meeting place for this organization. Tlie new officers of the association ar: J. A. Harris, Hope, president; C. L. Williams, Arkadclphia, vice-president; Lee Vonia Pratt Grcer, Rosston, secretary; Beatrice Jenkins, Willisville, asfiistanl secretary; C. C. Hnrraway, Toilette, treasurer; E. Burgess, Arka- dclphia, reporter. T. L. Ingram, Center Point, athletic director; G. C. Edwards, Rosston, music director; J. H. Kalhcrn, Gurdon, oratorical director. County chairman arc: G. S. Williamson, Hcmpslead; H. M. Green. Nevada; W. D. Herron, La- Fayetlc; H. L. Slolks, Sevier; G. R. Flounoy, Miller; M. D. Ccascr, Clark; C. C. Haraway, Howard; J. L. Crosloy, Pike. Winners in the musical and oratorical contests; Primary speakers: Bcrnice Hamilton 1st, Toxarkana; Willie Johnson 2nd, Arkadclphia. Grammar School speakers: Edna Charles, first, Arkadclphia; Herbert Slolks, Jr., 2nd, Paraloma. High School Speakers: Henry Roy- slon, Nevada county; Catherine Taylor, Texarkana, 2nd. Music: Grammar School: Chorus: Henry C. Ycrger Grammar School Chorus 1st, Hope; Peak Grammar School Shorus 2nd, Arkadelphia. Gramman School Instrumental Solo; Martha McKenney 1st. Texarkana; Thcrcssa Carman, 2nd, Hope. High School vale voice: Herron Hayes, 1st, Stamps; Roy McDonnel, 2nd, Texarkana. The above winners are eligible to compete in the State contests next spring at Pine Bluff. E. Conference (Continued from Page One) several more homes for delegates in order to take care of unexpected delegates. ^The Registration Committee is composed of Mrs. T. S. McDavitt and Mrs. C. D. Lester. The Flower Committee is in charge of Mrs. R. M. Briant. Hospitality Committee The Hospitality and Welcome Com- Folks . . . here's really a fine program! Peter Lorre Dolores Del Rio Geo, Sanders "LANCER SPY" I Sleep Warm in VANITY FAIR BALBRIGAN NITIES Just Arrived L A D I E S' Specialty Shop Curd of Thanks We wish to lake this method of expressing our sincere thanks and appreciation lo /inr many friends and neighbors for Iheir kindm'.s.s .shown n.s during our recent bereavement. Also for Die beautiful floral offering. Win. Bryan Kenneth Bryan Mrs. JiieU Cornelius AIR CIRCUS ARMISTICE DAY Municipal Airport 1 p. m. Stunts—Thrills Wr)\ <i $&—**•*• Mrs. Kelly Arrested NASHVILLE. Ark — (IP) — Investigation into the shofiling and wounding of a Nashville alderman at Mineral Springs, near here, last Wednesday, led over the week-end to the filing of an assault with intent lo kill charge against Mrs. R, C. Kelly, 66, of Mineral Springs, described by officers as the mother of the governor of Georgia. Deputy Sheriff J. G. Reese, one of the officers who served the warrant at Mrs. Kelly's home, said he was a life-long friend of the family and Ihnt Mrs. Kelly, twice married and Iwice widowed, was iho former Mrs. J. M. (Annie) Rivers, Ihe mother of Gov. E. D. Rivers, who was born and reared in this section of Arkansas. Mrs. Kelly was charged with the shooting of J. R. Page, 68, alderman and retired railroad section foreman of Nashville. Page was shot in the abdomen at !) a. m. Wednesday. Despite his wound, he entered his automobile and drove to his home and from there was taken to a hospital at Ilo|>e, in an adjoining county. He declined to discuss the case. His condition continued critical, but physicians said he had a chance to recover. Mrs. Kelly in Seclusion Mrs. Kelly made no public appearance in connection with service of the warrant. She received the officers at her home, where she lives alone, made $500 appearance bond, and waived preliminary hearing. Afterwards she he- inained in seclusion and could not bu reached for a statement. Deputy Reese, however, cjnoted her as admitting this shooting and saying she had had "a disagreement" wilh Page and had warned him nol lo come to her home. Reese said she reported filing a pistol through her front door when Pago stepped up on the front porrh lasl Wednesday. Prosecuting Attorney Byron Goodson, who filed the assault charge before Justice J. H. Cornish of Nashville township, commented: "I am filing the charge wilh the justice of the peace because of the circumstances of the case. '1 want the grand jury to make an investigation. I do not want the full responsibility on myself." The next session of the grand jury is scheduled for February, 1938. Governor to Aid Mother In Atlanta, Governor Rivers said i Sunday night that his younger broth; IT, J. S. Rivers, had gone to Mineral Springs at his request "to render any assistance needed." The younger Rivers, who is Atlanta office manager of the Federal Unemployment Compensation Division, was expected to confer with Ihe Georgia governor by telephone later Sunday night. 1. The Slate of Texas has existed under six flags. What were they? 2. What is the nickname of British army privates? 3. How many doles poos the earth have? 4. Whose portrait appears on the U. S. $10 bill? 5. A barber had this sign in his window: "What? Do you think I'll shave you for nothing." A small boy chartgcd tht punctuation and the barber shop was crowded. Why? Answers on Classified Page mittee is headed by Mr. Roy Anderson. 'Hie committee follows: Mrs. J. W. Patterson, Miss Maurinc Walker, Mrs. Dale Wilson, Mrs. Sid McMath, Mrs. Sid Bundy, Mrs. F. D. Henry, Mrs. Lyman Armstrong, Mrs. E. P. Young, Mrs. John P. Cox, Mrs. R. L. Broach Jr., Mrs. Dale Jones, Mrs. Lloyd Spencer, Mrs. Max Cox, Mrs. John Vcsey, Mrs. Albert Patten, Dolphus Whitten Jr., Royce Wi-serberger, Mrs. Clyde Monts, Mrs. George Green, Boy Scouts will assist Ihe hospitality committee. Miss Mamie Briant is chairman of the Church Arrangement Committee. D B. Thompson is serving sis chairman of the Building Committee. The Music Committee is in charge of Mrs, John W. Wellborn. The Choir will sing each night. Pages Committee Miss Beryl Henry'and Jimmy Jones arc in charge of the Pages Committee, which will be composed of the following young people: Horace Jewell, Paul O'Neal, Charles Bundy, Frances Harrcll, Claudia Agee, Mary Ross McFaddin, Marion Smith, Mary Cornelia Hoiloway, Bill Tom Bundy, Seville Burke, Frances Yoakem, C. Cook Jr., William Routon, Jimmie Hendrix, Jack Hendrix, Mary Frances Hammons. Tompic Fay Toland, Robert Jewell, Edwin Lester, Wilton Jewell. The Finance Committee has R. T. White as its chairman. John Riclgdill is chairman of the Usher Committee. The delegates wilt be entertained in the homes of Methodists and in the hotels. Members of several other churches have also volunteered their homes, and the Homes Committee has accepted their hopsitality. The hosts furnish bed, breakfast and either the noon or evening meal. The delegates take care of the other meal. It is hoped, according to the pastor- host, the Rev. Fred R. Harrison, that this annual conference of Methodism will bring a spiritual refreshing not only to the Methodist Church, but such as will be felt throughout the enlire city of Hope. Urges Caution in Building Campfire Best Way to Fight Forest Fires Is to Prevent Them * By RUSSELL, STADELMAN District Forester, Magnolia Cosiderable time has been involved in research delving into the best method of forest fire suppression. The outcome of this research makes us aware that the most practical way of fighting forest fires is to do it before the fire is started. That is, through a fire prevention program. Forestry is a new thing in the South. Since the virgin pine has been practically cut out, the value of second- growth timber has been impressed on the woodland owner. By placink this land under co-operative agreement with the Arkansas State Forestry Commission the individual is assured that this land will receive this protection. A small warming fire left by hunters to burn uncontrolled will soon destroy the ground cover and young of animals over a considerable area. This can be prevented by exercising caution with the use of fire when hunting in the woods. How often it is heard said, "Hunting isn't as good here as it used to be." Many times this has resulted from the destruction of the habitat in which the game thrives. Game needs and requires a certain fixed habitat. Under the Cole-Crutchfielcl Forest Fire Law the following acts are labeled as misdemeanors—(1>, "Setting on fire or causing or procuring to be set on fire any forest, brush or other in- flamable vegetation on lands not his own; (2), Allowing fire to escape from the control of the person building or having charge of the fire, or to spread to the lands of any person other than the builder of the fire." ' Dodge Truck Makes AlaskarN, Y. Trip Actual Koad Driving Time Is 129 Hours and 36 Minutes The finch family of birds is scattered all over the world, with the exception of Australia. • NEW YORK-The Dodge New York trail-blazing truck arrived here Monday morning to be greeted by citl and state officials after a run totaling 4,621 miles (from Retchikait, Alaska to New York) in a total elapsed time of 188 hours (twelve days less four/ hours) from time of departure at Ketchikan to arrive in New York City and total actual road driving time of 129 hours and 35 minutes. It is important to note the trip was not a speed run and the itinerary in* eluded overnight stops and other day-* time stops for presentation ceremonies 4in important cities en route. am i m> British housewives save $90,600,000 annually through the use of domestic refrigerators, according to estimates. $16.95 DRESSES FOR $4,98 The Gift Shop PHONE 252 JACK and SECK SHORT ORDERS Chili Mac—Hot Pork Sandwiches 216 South Walnut We have been open 2 weeks. Two Weeks of Real Service and 200 Satisfied Customers. Help us to make 500. Drive in this week for OUR SPECIAL MOBIL [WASH JOB, 24-hr. GAS 1 Rain Insurance 50cl MOBIL OIL U. S. TIRES LOWTHORP SERVICE STATION 3rd and Laurel St. On Highway 67 tf MILLIONS OF PEOPLE CAME, SAW AND AGREED "You'/f be ahead with a Chevrolet!" Millions of enthusiastic visitors in the first twenty-four hours! Scores of thousands of buying orders! Thousands upon thousands of requests for demonstrations! That's the way people arc greeting the new 1938 Chevrolet— the car that is complete —the car that says to you, the minute you Bee and drive it, "You'll bo ahead ivith a Chevrolet!" Decide now to be kind to your desires and equally kind to your pocketbook by buying the car that bears the Chevrolet trade-mark — the symbol ojsavings! CUEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION General Matart Salet Corporation DETROIT, MICHIGAN Curley Young Right A teacher called for sentences using the word, "beans." "My father grows beuivs," said the bright buy of the class. "My mother cooks beans," said another pupil. Then a third piped up: "We arc nil human beans." Styling at different at It I* beautiful, for this bigger* looking, better-looking tow* priced car. Smooth — powerful — poii- tive... the lafe brakes for modern travel . . , giving maximum motoring protection. (WITH SHOCKPROOF STEERING) So safe—so comfortable— so different... "the world'* fined ride." (WITH SAFETY OlASS AIL AROUND) larger interiors—lighter; brighter colors—and Unl- steel construction, making each body a fortreis of lofety. Giving the most efficient combination of power, economy and dependability, Giving protection ogoiiut drafts, smoke, windshield clouding, and assuring each passenger individually con> trolled ventilation. 'ON MASTER PC *.UXf MPP6LS Young Chevrolet Co, Hppe, Arkansas

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