Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 14, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 14, 1935
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s^,r«*< Crete .*' Telephone 821 Music Music is a thing of the soul—rose- lippeil shell that murmurs of tho ctoh- hnl sen—n strange bird singing the fongs of another shore. A Velvet-flute note fell down pleasantly, Upon the bosom of flint harmony, And sailed and sailed Incessantly, As of a petal from a wild-rose blown Had fluttered down upon that pool of lone, And boatwiso dropped o'er the convex side And floated down tho glassy tide And clarified und glorified The solemn space where the shadows bide. From the warm concave of that fluted note Somewhat, half song, half of our forth did float As if a rose might somehow ho n threat.—Sidney Lanior. The Friday Music club opened the season's activities with a most, delightful Tea, in observance of President's day on Friday afternoon at t*ie homo of Mrs. R. M. LaGronc District president of the Arkansas Federated Music Clubs. For the occasion the entire lower floor of the spacious LaGrone home was aglow with a quantity of beautifully arranged late summer and early fnU flowers; in the library, shades of yellow prevailed in snap- ^kagon and yellow cosmos. In thu re- •feption suite, dainty Queen's Wreath rtnd pink Radiance roses shed their beauty and fragrance from every point of vantage. The guests were received at trie door by Mrs. W. Y. Foster. Mrs. Fred R. Harrison and Mrs. Edwin Stewart, they were presented to the hostess, Mrs. R. M. LaGrone and the president of the Friday Music club. Mrs. J. C. Carlton, and were seated by Mrs. John Wellborn, Mrs. R. T. White and Mrs. C. C. McNcill. Mrs. J. O. Milam and other members of tho Friday Music club. Mrs. W. Y. Foster. vice president of the club presided and introduced Mrs. J. C. Carlton. president, who, in her splendid inaugural address told of the past accomplishments of the Friday Music club, and asked for the co-operation of the members in doing bigger and Mothers ! In treating children's colds, don't take \Mtf*l£G chances.. use \f 1\* »J^ VAPORUB PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS NEW DRESSES Just Received From the Markets Silks and Q7 Wool Knits.... 0 • » Ladies Specialty Shop iftHiEB NOW Two men of the sea and a charmer from ports oC the Orient! Clark GABLE the Jean HARLOW Wallace BEERY "CHINA * SEAS" They laughed at death . . . and drank ' deep of life ... in the loneliest purl of the Seven Seas! better things during the coming club year. Mrs. John Wellborn* Choral director of the club was introduced as program chairman. Mrs. Wellborn in n short speech presented Mrs. Fred Marshall and Mrs. Esther Wills Wood of the Tcxarkann Music club, and Miss Dorothy DcLoach, pianist and Miss Marion Roebuck, violinist also of Tex- nrkmin. Miss DcLoach opened the program with n Prelude ond Fuge by Bach, followed by two Intermezzi by Brahms. Miss Roebuck sang "Still Wic De Nacht." by Bohn, and "Juiel" by Wilfred Sanderson, followed by "Dearest" by Sidney Homer. Miss DeLouch's closing number was Turnn- telle by Liszt and Miss Roebuck gave the beautiful aria from La Fogorita. The club is under deep obligations to Texnrknnu for the loan of two such splendid musicians; their numbers were beautiful and perfectly rendered. Mrs. Marshall in behalf of the Texnrkuna Music club extended the Friday Music club an invitation to bo guests of the Texarkana club on Wednesday November 13, and expressed pleasure and appreciation for tho entertainment of the afternoon and the renewing of affiliation. 1 ; with old friends. The Junior Music club and the Madrigals, who are being sponsored by the Friday Music club were introduced as guests, as were also three members of the Choral club, who were dressed in their period soctunies they will wear when the .Choral club will sing at the meeting of the national convention of iho Daughters of the Confederacy meeting in Hot Springs in November. Following (lie program the guests were invited into the dining room where Mrs. L. A. Foster and Mrs. Sid Henry presided at the lace covered tea table, which was centered with a huge bowl of pink Radiance roses and Jueen's wreath and baby breath, flonked by pink tapers in silver holders. Further assisting in the dining room were: Mrs. J. O. Milam, Miss Harriet Story, Miss Mary Louise Keith, Mrs. Dick Watkins and Miss Joy O'Neal. The wedding of Miss Josephine Cannon, youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Emmett Cannon and Charles Burton Welch, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Welch of Arkadelphia w.t» solemnized at 8 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of the bride's parents, with the Rev. Wallace R. Rogers, pastor of tho First Baptist church reading tho impressive double ring ceremony, before an improvised altar of dahlias, marigolds and roses, in the presence of relatives and close friends. The bride wore a modisl gown of light brown cloth, with fur trimming in darker brown, with the dark brown accessories. Her flowers were Premier roses. Immediately after the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Welcl left by motor for a honeymoon ii Houston and Galveston. Texas. Aftei October 20, they will be at home ii Arkadelphia, where the bridegroom i engaged in business. They arc both graduates of Jhe 1935 class of Ouach ila collogu, and Mrs. Welch is an ac complished violinist. Out - of - tow? guests for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Welch, parents of the groom Mrs. Sybil Welch, Nobel Welch, Mr and Mrs. Rufus Neill, Mr. and Mrs. M M. Vick, Misses Rebecca Harrelsor and Dorothy Young and Bonnie Johnson and Dexter Crincr, all of Arkadelphia; Miss Berniee McCarroll of Walnut Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Scoggins and sons of Texarkana. Mrs. Sam Belts entertained with a lolightful birthday party at her homo on East Division street in honor of the ICth birthday of her sister, Marie Barnes. After a series of favorite games the hostess assister by Mrs. Jack Hutchinson and Mrs. John Odoll, r erved a delightful ice course to the following guests; Misses Maxine, Eugenia Kcsiner, Mildred, Hattie Mae Britton, Abbie Hutchins, Mary Taylor, Mildred Gray, Ruth Gully. Margaret Wigg, Rcginn Basye, Maggie Simmon, Eleen Eprague, and Foster Young, Guy Dawning, Cecil Sprague, Eual Ward and R. J. Aeons. The honoree was presented with many lovely gifts. Mrs. A. C. Ramsey and daughter, Miss Wirta Bell were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Allison, en route to their home in Terrell, Texas, from a visit with friends in Nashville nd Little Rock. The Choral club will meet nt 9:30 tVednesday morning at the home of ie director, Mrs. J6hn Wellborn on outh Elm street. Mrs. Glen Williams nnd little son, len were Sunday visitors in Wrirren, \e guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Duvnl urkirus. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cox, Mrs. W. G. .Illson and Mrs, Sue S. Wilson of ittle Hock were Friday visitors in [urfreesboro. There will be n called meeting of ie Paisley P. T. A. at 3:30 Wednesday fternoon at the Paisley school. Mrs. R. A. Boyett has returned from visit, with friends in Waterloo. Miss Geneva Higgason of Ounchlto ollege, spent the week end with her arenls, Mr. und Mrs. Luther Hig- ason. , Lemley to Defend His "Skeet" Titl Municipal Jiic!| Will Shoot in Little Rocl State Meet TEXARKANA.-.The Arkansas Sin Skeet shoot will be held nt Litt Rock Saturday and Sunday when (He Elate champion for 193!i-3fi will bo d cidod. Municipal Judge W. K. Lomh of Hope Is present champion. L. L. Mllbern and Beck Morgan tic 1 Sunday in breaking 49 out of 50 of tl B clay pigeons for high men of the da lit the regular shoot of the Texarkai' Skeet Club. Scores for tho day were given follows: Broke Out J 47 50! Week-End Motor DeathList Is 130 Jeorgia Leads Nation With 17 Killed in Highway Accidents By the Associated Press Auto accidents killed more than 130 persons over the week-end, partial •cports from 36 states showed. Scores more were injured, some with icant hope of survival. Twenty-five were hurt in Connecticut when a bus hit the collision .vreckage of two trucks. As holiday trips were marred by .rngedy in scores of communities, 34 state vehicle administrators, in convention i Chicago, cdorsed proposals :ht the federal government step in o regulate trucks and busses and .jrgcd uniform national rules to mak- ng roadways safe. The incomplete death roll of the week-end, by states: Georgia, 17; Illinois and Ohio, 13 each; Pennsylvania, nine; California, suvcn; New York, six; Maine and Maryland, five each; Louisiana, Mich- gan and Tennessee, four each; Massachusetts, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Montana, Mew Hampshire, New Jersey, South Carolina. Virginia, and Wyoming, two each; Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon, Utah, Vermont and Wisconsin, one each. Judge Lomlcy 47 Roy Bennett 48 G.Wiley 48 F. Trimble 44 B. Cullom -18 C. Lumpkin 37 P. Kaufman 45 J. Bodie 40 A. Atkins 45 Howard Day 23 Mr. Bauers 27 Dr. Kirkpatrick 48 M. D. Hudson 48 50 j D. Hay wood 22 25 f |H. Parker 3G 50 '; J. Spinka 20 25 i Due to the opening of the hunting season there will be no shooting at the' :lub Wednesday officials said. GLORIFYING YOURSELF (Continued from page one) y AKda H state to establish an annual training course for negro teachers. Tho course " in 1895, and is taught here by Yerger. The training school compares favorably with a course at Arkansas M. & N. Pine Bluff negro college. In Iflll the home economics department wns established here by Yerger. In 1931 the vocational department was added to subjects, mainly through ef-r forts of Yerger. Six years ago Yerger High School was given an A-rating among negro schools of the state. Only 13 schools are at present on the A list. Although Yerger attended college, he never received a degree. He is the father of five children, three daughters and two sons, all of whom have been educated and who "nold degrees from college. Yerger said Monday that he had never asked for a job in his life. He look over the school here when asked, and every year he has been urged to continue as its head. 'I never made any money out of teaching school. But I like the work. At the opening of school here one- year I had offers from seven different negro schools in the state, but turned them all down because I like Hope and its people," Yerger said. He has served two terms as president of the Arkansas Negro Teachers aisocaition, and for the past 10 years has acted as treasurer. Asked when he would retire from school work, Yerger smiled and said, "I hope to be here 50 years longer." The greatest sinners probably are the philanthorpists and the doctors. They have done everything they could to keep the unfit.—Dr. George Barton Cutten, president. Colgate University. Joan Crawford Is Marriedto Tone Film Stars United in Cere- inony Last Friday, Jersey Mayor Announces ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N. J.-(/p)- Vlayor Herbert Jenkins disclosed Sunday night that he married Franchot Tone and Joan Crawford, film stars, at his home Friday. Mayor Jenkins said the couple moored tci Englewood Cliffs from New York on Friday morning. The mayor said the wedding was a "simple one" nit declined to give tietails. Jenkins declined to say where the icense was obtained. New Jersey law equircs that n ceremony may not be performed until three days after the icense is granted. The new Mrs. Tone is the former Mrs. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Tone and Miss Crawford came to the East from Hollywood recently, ond their marriage has been rumored for some time. Three Beauty Problems Are Most Common. When a European makes love, the lady he makes love to knows he means it. When an American makes love, she never knows whether he means it or whether it's a gag.—Louise Rainer, European film actress. There have been made on young lives marks that'are going to last until these young people have become old, as a result of their experiences in this depression.—Newton D. Baker. If we truly mean to have a de- mociteey, thfett we rrtuet not handicap hosa wh6 «rtr| J»OT.—0ri fcrederiok B> Robiruiln,,' president, City College, Nisw Ybrit. If most persons were half as nice as snakes, this world would be a better place.—Mrs. Grace Wiley, ex-curator of reptiles at a Chicago ?oo. You know as well as I do that the federal government can't go on pour- ng out $5,000,000,000 a year in soothing sirup to keep the unemployment imp H pfnVhai unit natural park of $50 to $800 AUTO I On (ton Highest ft „.„_. C O T t 0 K TOM KIN3B& Banish Chills and Fever! To conquer Malaria, you must dp two things. (1) Destroy the infection in the blood. (2) Build up the blood to overcome the effects and to fortify against further attack. There is one medicine that docs these two things and that is Grove's Tasteless Chill 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 of people have conquered Malaria with the aid of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. In addition to being a noted remedy for Malari i, it is also an excellent tonic of genera! 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—SOc and $1. The ?1 size contains 2J4 times as much as the SOc size and gives you 25% more for your money. See Our Selected Line of New FALL DRESSES Silks and Woolens in (he Newest Fashions THE GIFT SHOP (Mrs. C. P, Holland WANTED I*INE HEADING BOLTS ROUND BLOCKS ZS-l" For prices and sped Apply to MOPE HEADING COMMAS? Hope, Ark. Phon> V A Xi 1 CAf Flon Designs m Blue. While ond bwy— (t*d ed ft*d and &lu« on Two. id Whin Botkoroufld— ONLY 21 Gntm and Oranj. W/Mlh Oulyn. (USTQMI^j;;": HOPE HARDWARE ^ COMPANY KITCHEN —SHORTS— Paramo unt News Comedy Rural Romcosi T Mulincc 2:.')0 Tues. ISc HUH You- ought to have heard them, You'd have thought it was at least the Ethiopian situation or the latest roomful of women had worked themselves into a perfect later about how easy it is nowadays to make a perfect cake frosting! No wonder—when you think how it used to be a matter completely of happenstance when one turned out all right. Just what is a perfect frosting? First of all there's flavor, obtained by fine materials, but also a perfect blending of the frosting with the cake. Second is texture. The frosting must feel fine-grained and creamy on the tongue. Furthermore the perfect "How can I reduce quickly? Whai can I do to get rid of dandruff? Pleas< give me advice about clarifying mj skin." These are the problems thai seem to bother the majority of women who write to a beauty editor these days. To the first, there is one answer} You shouldn'ta try to reduce quickly^ After all, it took months to put on the extra flesh and it's really danger* i ous to set out to gel rid of it in a fcv) ' weeks. Don't attempt to lose more than one pound a week. Cut down OB starches and sweets, substituting fresh vegetables and fruit for them, eat smaller portions of everything, drinlj eight glasses of water a day and do exercise. You simply must exorcise; Eleminating dandruff takes time and trouble, too. You must brush your scalp and hair each night and wash Ihc hairbrush after each treatment, es pccially made not only to dissolve the white flakes but to remove them permanently, and massage it into your scalp daily. Remember that balsam oil shampoos arc recommended by a gopd niany excellent hairdressers. Tho oil should be rubbed on scalp and in hair and rinsed out with quite warm water. If you like, you can wash a .second time with a regular soapy shampoo liquid. If possible, dry your hair in the sunshine. The third problem, particularly if il is chronic, should be taken up with Tomorrow's Menu Breakfast: Halves of grapefruit, cereal, cream, baked French toast, honey, milR, coffee. Luncheon: Baked rice and cheese, pop-over^, carrot salad, milk, tea. Dinner: Stuffed baked whitefish, spinach timbales, baked squash, frozen peach salad, chocolate peppermint cake, milk, coffee. SEEDS TULIPS, NARCISUS IIYACINTIHS and WINTER LAWN SEEDS. MONTS SEED STORE TRY THE Sea Food Market at Home Ice Company Fresh Sea Foods direct from (ho original French Market ut New Orleans. THAT YOU KNOW SAFE ARE Bring your prescriptions to us for filling. We liuve two registered pharmacists who take every precaution to assure the proper compounding of Over your doctor's "»'dcr. Our completely modern 236 000 Prescription department is open so thai you Filled '"'" xee l ' le care w ' 1 ' 1 VV ' I " L ' I> > ' our prescriptions I I I "re filled. Of course, we use only the finest of I I I drugs, which are kept constantly fresh. John P> Cox Drug Co, Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps frosting must hold its shape, have a glossy appearance, remain moist on standing and cut without cracking. The surest and simplest method of getting a delectable frosting, the women agreed, is to use light corn syrup with the sugar. The corn syrup gives | no flavor, but makes and keeps the frosting soft and smooth. Be sure to measure accurately, however, for to:i much syrup makes for gumminess. The length of time for cooking or the temperature of the frosting syrup is another important point in the making of frostings. Sugar-cookery thermometers are a decided help for the making of uniformly perfect all guesswork as to whether the syrup is is cooked enough. When you plan a cake dessert tho rest of the meal should be low in starch and sugar. Unless you keep this in mind it's only too easy to let dinner lose its balance. A menu built around baked or broiled fish with spinach timbale, buttered carrots and fruit salad finishes nicely with cake. Chocolate Peppermint Cake Two cups sifted cake flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 1-3 cup butter or other shortening, l\'n cups granualted sugar, 1 egg, 3 squares baking chocolate, Vi I cup rich sour cream, % cup milk, 1 i teaspoon vanila, 1 teaspoon soda. i Sift flour once, measure and add soda and salt and sift three times. Cream butter, slowly add sugar and cream throoughly. Add egg, unbeaten, and beat hard. Add chocolate which has been melted over hot water and mix well. Add about % the flour, beat well and beat in sour cream. Add remaining flour alternately with milk, beating until smooth after each addition. Add vanilla and turn into two oiled and floured 9-inch layer pans and bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for thirty minutes. Spread peppermint frosting between layers and on top and sides of cake. Decorate with a 1-inch border of chocolate flakes. Peppermint Frosting Two egg whites, Ha cups granulated sugar, 5 tablespoons water, IVi teaspoons light corn syrup, red coloring, family doctor. If blemishes occur it is slight infrequently, and the chances are that eight glasses of water a day, eight hours sloop a night, and a sensible diet will do the trick. C drops oil of peppermint. Put egg whites, water, sugar nnd corn syrup in top of dooble boiler and boat with a rotary beator until thoroughly mixed. Place over rapidly boiling water, beat constantly with rotary beater and cook seven minutes or until frosting will stand up in peaks. Add coloring to give a deliiatc shell pink—a tiny speck of coloring on the end of a knifo or a few drops of liquod coloring will be enough. Remove from fire and beat until thick enough to spread. Beat in peppermint just before spreading on cake. While frosting is still sift sprinkle chocolate flakes around the border. 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Phone 385 :*S T 1 ihey're a cheerful little earful You'll hear where'er you-go For smokers say "They Satisfy" And smokers ought to know © 1935. LtCCETT 4: MYMS TO*VCfO CO,

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