Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1934 · Page 3
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Thursday. 'October 11, 1934 HOPE STAR/HOPE, ARKANSAS - v '^^"'fv.'jf.w® ' J V f TV " jf " J -T, t ' ^ ^r PXGETtl Old Shoes Made New —at— Parson's Shoe Shop 111 South Main Phone 157 We call for nnd deliver, NOW You will be charmed by its tuneful melody . . . thrilled by its Korgeous spectacles J^nd delighted with its im- pul$ivc and sweet romance! 'CHARLES BOYER LORETTA YOUNG JEAN PARKER PHIUIPS HOLMES LOUISE FAZENDA EUCENl PAltETTE C. AUBREY SMITH CHARLEY GRAPEWIN NQAH BEERY —SHOUTS— "Sandman's Talcs" News SUN-MON-&-TUES Let's Go! "Thoughts arc rcnlly things, nml it' not nearly so much what we sny that has effect, «s what wo think and do. O thought of peace nml Rood-will, persistantly held, will clear up nny atmosphere, however dense, it is like the rays of the sun—silent and powerful." Think pleasant thoughts nnd pleasant then will be Each moment of your long and busy day: Tiling plensant thoughts to bring tranquility To soul and heart along life's weary way. Think pleasant thoughts, look up instead of down— And smile instead, when life would bid you frown.—Selected. The Fritlny Music club will open their club year, at 3:30 Friday afternoon, October 12, by observing "President's Day" in the home of Mrs. L. A. Faster, with Mrs. Dickson Wntkins as hostess. The Chonil club will meet a 2:30 in the home of Mrs. J. C. Carlton, director. Ben Turner of I'aragotild, Ark., arrived Wednesday illicit for a few days 1 visit with his mother, Mrs. Florence 1 Turner and sister, Mrs. J. M. Hurbin and Mr. Harbin. j Mrs. Archie Williams, Mrs. J. H. Williams nnd Mi.ss Dorothy Morgan were Wednesday visitors in Little Rock. Tlic Paisley P. T. A. held their Oc- Dress Sale 100 New Silk and Wool Dresses $6-95 Ladies Specialty Shop "Excuslvc But Not Expensive" tobcr meeting Wednesday afternoon in the Paisley school auditorium with the president, Mrs. died Hall presiding. The meeting opened with the singing of the P. T. A. song by the 84 present, with Mrs. Minor Gordon nt the piano. Dr. E. C. Rule pastor of the First Methodist church gave a very helpful devotional, discussing Matthew 12-12, in which Jesus asked, "How much then is a man better than si sheep." Dr. Uule said "lite supreme value of this community is human life—your children." During the business period, in addition to the routine committee reports, Mrs. George Green reviewed the late School of Instruction. Mrs. Chcd Hall president, Miss Mamie Briant, vice president, as alternates were listed as delegates to the state convention meeting in Fort Smith in November. Mrs. Minor Gordon presented the program as follows: The president's message by Mrs. C, B. Presley, "School Contribution to Character Education," Miss Holt. At this time two numbers were given by the Choral club, "The Lost Chord" by Sullivan and "Pretty Primrose." followed by a paper entitled, ''The School Must Know the Home," by Mrs. Jim Martindalc. Mrs. T. M. Heed held the lucky .slip in the drawing for the angel food cake. Mrs. Ron ton's room had the greatest percentage of mothers present. The Alathcan class of the First Baptist Sunday school held their monthly business and social meeting on Tuesday evening at 7:30 at fair park. With 57 present. During the business meeting it was decided to divide the class and Mrs. A. D. Bran- iitm was selected as teacher for one class, and the other half taking the name of The Gleaners" would be taught by Mrs. Hugh Jones. After an evening of games including interesting stunts and fortune telling, delicious refreshments were served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Harry Shiver, Mrs. Rob Jones, Mrs. Homer Burke, Mrs. Laura Smith and Mrs. Scgnor. Mrs. Maxficld Keller and little daughter Nancy Lou have joined Mr. Keller in a month's slay in Walnut Ridge. Postmaster and Mrs. J. A. Davis A DOZEN BARGAINS For Friday and Saturday COTTON BLANKETS 66x80 $1.19 Double I; «" MEN'S FELT HATS Good Looking 98c Long ea. Wearing NEW FALL CAPS MEN'S 29C A Real Buy BOYS HAND LOTION Special Jane Carr's 21C 16 oz. Bottle Cotton Flannel MEN'S SHIRTS 49c All ca. Sizes MEN'S JUMPERS Blanket Lined $1.49 Sizes 36 to 46 CLOSE OUT SPECIALS JERGEN'S HAND SOAP liars 15c While They Last SELBY'S STYL-EEZ Suede SHOES $2.98 Si/.cs I'i to S AAA to IJ 1'ntvnt and Kill Trim, Black and Brown Shades'.In cither 1'iimps or Tics. PFCIALS FOR CHILDREN High Tops SCHOOL SHOES 98c Sizes &Yi to 2 Composition Bottoms UNION SUITS Children's Tapped 39c Sizes 2 to 12 SCHOOL STOCKINGS All Sizes 1 flr Good I UU p r Wearing LONG SLEEVE DRESSES Children's 6 to 14 Fast Colors We Give Eagle Stamps THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Geo. W. Robison & Co. HOPE PPvES^OTT NASHVILLE will leave Friday for a three , visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Hlnlmf and other relatives in Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. Davis will hnvc the pleasure of joining Mr. Hinton and parly in their annual deer and turkey hunt. With the president, Mrs. James R. Henry presiding the Brookwood P. T. A. met in regular monthly session Wednesday afternoon nt the Brookwood school with 62 members responding to the roll call. The meeting was featured hy a talk on "Character Education" by Hcv. Wallace K. Rogers, fololwcd by n pnpcr on "The Child's School" by Miss Louise Owen's further carried out by the Sikth grude pupils. Mrs. Orville Erringcr discussed "The . Child's Home." The president's message wns read by Mrs. Henry. During the business period n rummage sale was voted for Saturday, October 20th, nnd Fathers' night —Back to School would be held at 7:30 Tuesday evening November 16.^ The duiUr went to Miss Helen Belts' room for having the greatest number of Mothers present, Mrs. J. H. Walker will leave Friday morning for a'visit'with Mr. and Mrs. Polk Slnglciort in Tuscon, Ariz. The home of Mrs. E. F. McFaddin on North Hcrvcy street was the setting for the opening meeting of the John Cain chapter D. A. R. on Wednesday with Miss Mamie Twitchcll as assistant hostess nt a very delightful 1 o'clock luncheon. The decorations were an unusually lovely arrangement of early fall flowers, with the Queens Wreath, the daintiest of all fall flowers predominating. Following a most tempting luncheon served on small flower centered tables, the meeting wns called to order by the regent, Mrs. M. T. White, who outlined the work for the chapter year. In presenting her program on "The American Navy" Mrs. M. M. Briant gave a short sketch of the fife of John Paul Jones called the Father of the American Navy. - Mrs. Charles Locke discussed "The Senate Armament Investigation" and Mrs. Chas. Haynes closed the program with interesting comments on the Naval Academy at Annapolis. Guests other than chapter members were Mrs. E. C. Rule, Mrs. Thos. Brcwstcr, Mrs. Ross R. .Gilies- pic, Mrs. J. Patrick Duffie and Dr. Etta Champlin. Mrs. McFaddin and Miss Twitchcll were assisted in receiving their guests by Mrs. Gillcspie. Rev. Jones will conduct the study class for the Wornans Auxiliary of St. Marks Episcopal church at 4 o'clock ( Friday afternoon at the church. * • _— M» • •» • U. S. ENTERS^* (Continued from Page One) N.KR. Negroes to Play Yerger Here Local Team to Open Home Season at 3:15 o'Clock Friday Yerger High School Tignrs. swamped, last week by Dunbar High School of Little Rock by a score of 78 to 0, will tangle with North Little Rock Friday afternoon at Shover Street athletic park. The Tigers are a much ' improved 'team-this week, due to.several regulars returning to the line-up, their coach, J. A. Harris announced. The kickoff at 3:15 p. m. will usher in the first home game for the Tigers. Rosston Rt. 2 Our singing at Union church was well attended and enjoyed by all present Saturday night. Everybody invited next Saturday night. joe Martin one of our industrious farmers is building a new lun.'se. Floyd Sutton is building a new store on highway No. 4, near D. L. Richardscn's farm. A Sunday school was organized nl Union church Sunday Ths com tminily is urged to attend refi>il««ily at 10 o'clock every Sunday morning. A'good crowd atended prayer tnerl- ONE CENT SALE Permanents 2 For $4.51 Call 287 for Appointment Mary's Beauty Shop ing Mi-vices at Bluff Springs Sunday night where a good service was enjoyed, your presence is requested every Sunday night. Just Received Henderson Corsets and Brassieres THE GIFT SHOP Phone 252 AVOID A JtflXJ- MENT. Have tas W«- vlde COMPLETE Public Liability In* surance for your car. ROY ANDERSON L CO COMPllTf INSUMMF SfPVICF PHONE 610 HOPE, ARK elson'Huckins Pillows Properly Laundered and Sterilized—Each PHONR 8 my mouth. Then he beat Mrs. Stoll and made off with her to his car." Story of Beating The maid told investigators Mrs., Etoll was bleeding as she was dragged | out of the house. Police found bloodstains in the home. ') Willct, the caretaker, was away,at the time. A Great Dane dog owned by the Stolls apparently gave the kifU. napcr no trouble. Police started look-; ing for a negro employe on the estal^ who usually leaves at about the time I the kidnaping occurred. It \vas ; thought he might be able to provide, some clues. James Clarke, who lives near the Stoll home, told reporters he saw a large sedan bearing four men in a I lane near the Stoll estate shortly after 3 in the afternoon. One of the men- asked them for directions to the V/il- cox home, which is near by. Other residents of the neighborhood reported they had seen cars parked in nearby lanes recently. Telephone wires in the Stoll home wore cut by the kidnaper, but the connection had been re-established /early Wednesday night and the wire was being kept clear for a possible call from the man. COUNSEL HOLDS (Continued from I'-ase One) gold certificates that led, after much vain pursuit, to Haupdnann. Slfi.GRl Accounted Tor Tlio department, coincident with its withdrawal, disclosed it had iiccount- <-rl for J1fi,r>8l of the $50,000 ransom hills. . The department said 526,016 had been deposited by Hauptmann, individually or in the names of other persons, in banks or brokerage arc-mints. Other linns included the $14.570 found cached in the garage O f Ilauptmann's Bronx home. The extradition papers, including a warrant signed by Gov. A. Harry Moore of New Jersey, were given by Governor Lehman to Arthur Cors- caddcn, an aide, who left Albany »t onco to hand them over to Police Commissioner Lewis Valentine of Now York. 14 GOOD REASONS j (Continued from Page One) I tor of slate record, s>tcns wil Ibe taltcn immediately by the Bureau of Vital statistics to register the child properly. Parents owe it to their children to take a few moments to answer tlie sard. It may mean n great deal to their cliaild later in lift- i Guaranteed Typewriter Repair Service O. W- MILLS 218 So. Walnut Phone uli DON'T SCRATCH Use Prescription 200,000 Destroys ;ill germs of sciihich or parasitic ITCH. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The KEXALL Stun" Phone 03 Hope, Ark. Established 1S85 OW GREAT BARGAINS IN PENNEY OUR GREATEST SELLING EVENT! ALL NEW CLEAN FALL MDSE. REAP THE BIG SAVINGS! FRIDAY - SATURDAY Just Arrived! 100 of These Smart New CREPE DRESSES $3-98 Crinkles With Scaloppcd Edges—80x105 BedSpreads 98c MORE NEW ARRIVALS In Smart New Felt Millinery 98c Ladies, They're Right! ALL-LEATHER Suede Jackets $4.98 A Mighty Harvest Value! Ladies' All-Wool Swagger SUITS $14.75 AH, SILK Reap a Saving—12x36-in. Pillow Cases-4 for 49c A Real Harvest Value—Priscilla Curtains-pr. 49c 27x27 I'ENCO Diapers—doz. $1.19 It's A Big Value For Little Girls! Fur-Trimmed or Plain COATS $4.98 Flat Grepe Slips LADIES ONE-TWO PIECE Knit Dresses $1.98 LAD IBS Tuck-Stitch Undies 25c LADIES COTTON Bloomers CLOSING OUT One Lot Ladies Silk Hosiery medium Weight 44c P , BLUE AND GAiMJBLE STRIPE A Mighty Value For You! 70 x 80 Part Wool, Sateen Bound DOUBLE Blankets $1.98 Again Penney's Offer 39-In. Printed ALL-SILK Flat Crepe 69c yd Good Pattenis in popular plaids and stripes! LADIES NEW Sport COATS $9.90 m WORK PANTS OUTING PAJAMAS COTTON UNIONS-Mens 79c PRESS OXFORDS-Mens $2.98 Men's Fast Color Dress flirts A CHEAT SAVINGS! Men's All-Leather Snede Jackets $4.98 WHAT A VALUE!! Men's and Young Men's Corduroy Slacks $2.98 Jackets lo Mjitch—S2.IH MEN! Extra Long Wearing Buy Today! Moleskin Pants $1.49 Another Great Buy! BOYS'TWO-PANTS Hrmvns, Blues, CiiT.vs! Ail Si/es Jo 10—Buy Now ; ml Kcap n Savings! A N1JW VALUE Cliildrens Hose-pr. 15c EXTRA VALUE TOR CHILDREN'S Knit Unions-pr. 49c Cliildrens Sweaters 98c Sizes Jo 52 BOYS' COTTON School Pants 98c A Bigger Selection for Harvest of Value Days Men's Wool Double 15ic-u.stccl •.Mid Regulars! Note Book Paper-pkg, 4c GIIU.S l-'AST COLOR School Dresses 49c A UK; VALUE von SCHOOL CHILDREN Straps and Oxfords HOYS AND GIKLS ALL LEATHER OXPORDML98 and $2.98 J.C.PENNEY GO

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