Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 18, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 18, 1935
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Jfw >.'j - r ,« OSTAK. HOPE. v. * Home Clubs Hopcwcll. Tho October meeting for the Hope- Well Demonstration club wns held dn Monday nflerrioon, bciober 14, at the home of Mrs. Homer and Chns. West. The mecljnji wns,- opened by the fecrelary, Miss O'pnl Osbome and Miss Venn Fowler gave n pretty devotional followed with a prayer by Mrs. Fowler. During n short, business period nl which (imc a committee was appointed to meet with the Allen club and discuss the council meeting which is to be held at Hope in December. The committee: Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Chns. West and Miss-Opal Osbornc. Nineteen members Answered the roll with reports of their months work. The November meeting will be; at the home of Mrs. Clifton Breed. Don't forget lo bring scissors, thimble, thread nnd needle. Following the meeting the hostesses served .delicious pineapple calte and hot coffee. An nwnrd of $10.00(1 was paid Sioux Indians on the Rosebud reservation at Rapid City. S. D., last your for ponies stolen by white men CO years before. ,Mr». StU Henry Benedict) on Lg/Lu Telephone 821 ^ V^ SUIHIB NOW SPENCER "MURDER MAN" SATURDAY < Double Program COOPER-HUSTON Richard Arlen Mary B r Chaper 3 "TARZAN" Age comes so pleasantly to folk who wait it Between wide wnlls where they hove dwell In peace, Age comes with friendly smile and charming gesture, Bearing no sadness—only » release From the uncertainty of toil nnd tumult, From hnte nnd passion, and from fenr nnd pain. . . . Ago comes so gently to the folk who wait it Bcncnth n roof thnt lins known sun and rriin, When rooms arc filled with dear familiar shadows, When windows show a tranquil countryside, How can there be n dread of broader vistas, Of spaces Hint arc new and untried? When stairs have echoed to contented laughter, j When doorsills show the mark of I many feet— ! There is n quiet thrill to growing ! older, ;A climax that is very kind and .sweet. i —Selected. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shrivcr of Chicago. 111., arrived Thursday night for a visit with Mrs. Shriver's brother. John Shiver nnd Mrs, Shiver. Old i friends will remember Mrs. Shriver as ! Miss Florence Siver. formerly of ; this city. | The Clara Lowthorp chapter. C. of I C. held its October meeting Thursday i afternoon at the home of Miss Frances j fc'nyder. with Miss Mary Haynes ;is ! joint hostess. Miss Evelyn Brianl, , president, opened the meeting, the- minutes were read by Miss Catherine Lane, 22 members responded to the roll cull, with one visitor. 'The following interesting program with "The i Life of Maurey" by Miss Kuthcrinc Mae bimnis, "Noted Southern Men of Today." by Miss Dorothy Gunler; followed by a vocal selection "Blue Moon" by Miss Mary Urban, closing with "Contemporary Writers," by Miss Wanda Keith. During the business session, the United Daughters of the Confederacy national convention to bo held in Hot Springs in November was discussed, us the chapter plans to attend the convention as pages. At the close of the business period, Miss Nell Williams, visitor, entertained the chapter with n group of popular piano selections, while the hostesses served delightful fruit punch and cookies, Mis.'i Knthcrinc Briant was hostess to the members of the Thursday night bridge club and a few special guests at her home on South Main street. The Halloween motif was carried out in the decorations, bridge accessories and refreshments. Mrs. Frank Drake won the club prize nnd the guest favor went lo Mrs. Lawrence Martin. Following the game, the hostess served a delightful ice course with cake. SUN & MON SE —why tho gay 90's were I the grandest days Unit A in eric a ever knew! Ask Dad! He knows! with JEAN ARTHUR BINNIt BARN8S AiiD ALWAYS GOOD THY IT TODAY DELICIOUS CAKES That Are Light nnd Fluffy TEMPTING PIES That Melt in Your Mouth TASTY PASTRY That's Pure, Clean and Wholesome Home of BLUE RIBBON Bread A HOPE INSTITUTION Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McCloughan have us house guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McCloughan and Mrs. Stella Pate of Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. McCluughan and her guests will spend Saturday with relatives and friends in Texnrkana. Mrs. R. H. Morris had us guests on Thursday afternoon, at her apartment on West Second street the members of the Friday Bridge club. Lovely red radiance roses were used in profusion in the card room which was arranged for two tables. The prize was mon by Mrs. W. Q. Warren. At the conclusion of the game, the hostess served a most tempting salad course with lea. The meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church has been postponed until Monday, Octibcr 28, on account of the School of Missions at the church on Monday October 21. Misses Sibyl Williams nnd Martha Miirtindiile will sec the game between Henderson'State Teachers and Mon- liccllo A. & M., played in Arkndelphia, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sterling will .spend the week end with relatives and friends in Shreveport, La. The Woman's Christian Temperance Unicn held a most interesting and enthusiastic meeting Thursday afternoon at. the home of the president, Mrs. Edwin Dossctt, with Mrs. A. C. Andres nnd Mrs. Guy Holt as associate hostesses. The devotional was given by Mrs. Dossctt. who used as her theme, "The Forgotten Man and Christ," followed by an unusually helpful nnd comprehensive paper entitled, "No Man Livcth to Himself" by Miss Georgia Lewis. "The Toll Accidents and How They Affect the Professional World," wo's discussed by MiSs Mamie Twitchell. A resume of the banquet address given at the W. C. T. U. national convention in Atlantic City, was given by Mrs. Guy Holt. Following the program delicious refreshments were _ served to 14 members and two visitors. Edwin Dossed was a Thursday visitor in S'hrcveport, La. Mr. and Mrs. Royce Wisenbcrgcr of Marshall, Arkansas, formerly of this ; city announce the arrival on October ; 15 of n 7',i pound (laughter, who has i been christened Frances Lucrctia. ! Mrs. Gwendolyn Almstead, R. N., of ! Heber Springs is nursing the mother j nnd daughter, who are reported as do- i ing nicely. I o j The many friends of Mrs. T. L. i Hockcrsmith Jr. of Benton will be ! pleased to learn that she is reported i as doing nicely following a major "Wasn't I good and glad to discover it! : MKS. K. .1. TO HIM, OI< UKVIUtl.Y II 11.1.S, 1 LL., \V liLCOM US Calumet Baking Powder. .. in a big, new 10x can! "WHAT'S THR SF.NSF. in taking chances with second-bests when you can get a good, big can of Calumet for a clinic?" asks Mrs. Tobin. "I've never hail a baking failure wiOh Calumet'," Mrs. Tobin said. And judging by the expectant faces of Richard and Patricia, Mrs. Tobin is not the only member of her family who knows how delicious Calumet cukes always arc I A SIMI'Uv TWIST. . . <l»,l the Kasy- Off Top lifts off. No delay, no spill ins, no broken fiigci'-Haiht Y -<i^f;^g4v^^:-:f-^. •;:• -. -• .<. WHY DOES CALUMET give such astonishing "baking luck"? Why is Calumet different from other baking powders? Because Culuincl combines I wo Jiiiiinct leavening actions. A quick one for the nimnu bowl. A slower one for the oven . . . and Calumet's double-net ion ia »" perfectly balanced and controlled that it produces perfect leavening—every time. All Calumet prices are lower! Calumet is now selling at the lowest prices in history ... the regular price of the Full-Pound Can is now only 25p! And look for the new, big 10^ can — a lot of good baking for a dime, with Calumet, the Double-Acting Baking Powder. A product of General Foods. Lovely, Indeed, Is the Opera! McNaught, Dragon Wrestle to Draw Joe Woods Takes Two Out of Three From Speedy Schaffer Scolty McNaughl, scientific Canadian, wns forced to rough it up a bit to get a draw with the "Black Dragon" 1ft the 45-minuto preliminary al the American Legion wrestling arena Thursday night. The Dragon, who has not lost a bout here since his appearance three weeks ago, took tho first fall in 20 minutes with an old-fashioned back bender. The Dragon started tho rough stuff in the second round and McNaughl retaliated with punches to the face. The Dragon went down several times but managed to fight on until one minute before the bell, when McNaught pinned him. With only a minute to go, the two grapplers returned to the ring, fists flew for a few seconds but lime cut the match short. Joe Woods took two out of three falls to win the final event from Speedy Schaffer. Woods was substituted for Bob Montgomery who was injured in a match Wednesday night and unable to appear. Donald McNaught, younger brother of Scotty McNaught, acted as referee. Promoter Bert Mauldin announced from the ring that regular Thursday night programs would be changed to Tuesday night, effective next week. Mauldin also announced that a wrestlers battle royal, with five grapplers appearing in the ring at one time, would be a feature on the card next Tuesday. Louisiana Fair to Open on Saturday Musical Show With Cast of 150 One of Features at Shreveport SHHEVEPORT, La.;-Granstand pa- Irons at the Louisiana.Slate Pair, October 19 to 27 inclusive, wilt witness some of the finest entertainment ever presented in the Ark-La-Tex territory. The program will include a musical revue which is attracting enormous crowds wherever ll ; is presented, This" show, "Soaring High," has acasl of around 150 people, including many beautiful and graceful dancing girls. There also is a pritiia donna of note in the aggregation. "Soaring High," heralded as an elaborate musical extravaganza, will be presented each night in front of the grandstand. Accompanying It will bo music 'by Cervone's noted band and concluding the program each night will be a gigantic fireworks spectacle, in which the Centennial theme will be presented in observance of the hundredth birthday of Shreveport; There also will be circus acts, including some with trained animals find aetobais. One of Ifte is 1 fthootirtg at A gift cannon Into the arrflB companion*. All of th clared to be novel arid ing. - , in addition to the gra. forhianfec, With ptogttm 1ft"! noon as well as night, With; however, only at hlglit, • a HctfSe Shoto 1 SatuMay, Monday, 19, 20 and 21, evbni which has the proififde of i best horses in this section, ther convenience to grand irons the State Fair has just ed box seats which are now The entertainment entriety is declared to be creditable and promise sto measure of entertainment I visitors. .'.4C1 Solid Osato, a ballerina wlw Is one of the lovely reasons for the existence of the Ballet Russc de Monte Carlo. Weekly Sunday School Lesson The Message of Jeremiah i - Text: Jeremiah 7:1-11, 21-23 The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for October 2?. By WM. E. GILRQY, D. D. Editor of Advancfe ' .1 i What message, did Jertmiah- havjc, as 'he stood to proclaim the pfophftoy-. of God in a situation'as dark as lifts ever confronted a people brought low by their own sinfulness and disregard of God? First of all it was a message of repentance. "Amend your ways and your doings." There can be no health or safety while men or peoples are pursuing a wrong or evil way. Turning. toward the right from the wrong is the first step in all salvation, individual, national, or social. With this repentance .must come.a regard for truth. "Trust ye not in lying words," says Jeremiah; and it is notable that he says this to those who are entering the gates of the temple to worship. Jeremiah denounces particularly those who turn religion to their own ends, instead of rectifying their lives by the truth of religion. One recalls Abraham Lincoln'! saying that he was much more concerned about being on God's side than about calling on God to support his side. Jeremiah is specific in what he means by amending ways and doings. He tells the people plainly that it 1 means thoroughly executing justice j between man and man. I It means that there must be no op- I prossiwi, that there must be regard for the fatherless and widows, that there must be no blood guiltiness through acts of violence, and that there must be no turning to false gods. "Will ye steal, murder, and commit ! adultery, and swear falsely?" asks Jeremiah. And he charges that those i who have done these things have come and stood before the altar, calling up| c;n God as if they had done no wrong. : He asks, in words that have become ! prophetic for every age, whether the 1 house of God is to be made a den of ! robbers, I These words should bite into our j minds and hearts. They remind us that the institutions and offices of relifion may become instruments of wrong and oppression, instead of the inspiration and means of right. We should like to think that the in- Mitutions of religion have improved, that our churches and great organisa- tions are attuned to truth and righteousness and social justice. There are widespread evidences that this is the case. But the prophecy of Jeremiah reminds us how, even in thu church itself, eternal vigilmce and continual heart searching and consecration are the only means by which religion may be kept irue alike to God and humanity. Churches, however, consist of the people who belong to them. There can be no mass institution of power where the individual members arc not ! wise and zealous in their faithfulness ; lo God and in their readiness to up! hold the works and purposes of love j Rightly seen. Jeremiah is not a i prophet of inspiration and help, bc- j cause he dares to penetrate through I dark situations and reveal the way of | light and hope. It is the man who dares l'j face wrongs and right them, who is the true man of faith and optimism. CHURCHES FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Fred R. Harrison, Pastor Italians to Win /Continued ft".m page one) The pastor will preach at both services Sunday. At the morning hour of worship at 11 o'clock the subject will be "Growing Up in Religion." At the night service the subject will be, "Purified Hopes." • The Church School meets at 9:45 a.m. •You are invited to attend the. class of your i choice. The young people will meet in their Epworth League service nt C:45 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST West Fifth and Grady Streets Glenn A. Parks, Minister Tlie first Sunday in November is the beginning date of our fall meeting. Sidney Kinningham of Marshall, Texas will do the preaching. Mr. Kinningham is a young man with a pleasing personality, and an guerilla warfare in the Philippines, and the French much longer than they expected in Morocco. An air force is not of much value unless there is something to hit, and the Ethiopians are certain to scatter." General Ely, a veteran of the Philippine insurrection, said Italy's chief problem in advancing in Ethiopia would be to protect its communications and line of supplies from Haile Selassie's guerilla warriors. "The Allies learned in the World war not to go too far beyond their t.wn artillery. The French and English got caught that way several limes and soon found that the only thing to do was to drive in and consolidate. "If Mussolini's troops do that, building roads and a system of blockhouses as they advance and keeping their air patrols going, they may not .have a great isasler, although they can't prevent many small ones. But if some fimbitious leader penetrates too far to quickly, they may have another Aduwa." (He referred here to the rout of Italian forces by Ethiopians at Aduwa 39 years ago.) Commenting with a chuckle on reported desertions o£ Ethiopian troops (0 the "Italian side. GeneraT Ely recalled how American troops frequently bribed Filipino insurreclprs lo lay down their arms. "We used to pay 'cm $15 for every rifle," he laughed, 'Jand you'd be surprised how many we got. This looks like something of the same tiling." speaker. His messages will be enjoyed by all who hear them. Plan now to attend tho meeting. We shall enjoy having you. Services for this week will be as follows: Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Subject for morning lesson, "Has Man a Choice?" Topic for evening sermon, "The Greatest Book." Tho church extends a cordial welcome to you. Come and worship with us. Worms comprise the entire diet of the Daoudas, a tribe in Libya. These people are said to be the lowest interesting i specimens of mankind. FIRST CHRISTIAN Guy I). Holt, Paslor We trust that we shall have a large attendance in our Bible School Sun- clay morning at 9:45, as we are planning a promotion day in the school. Morning worship at 11 a. in. at which time the pa.stor will bring a message on "evoL si doG." Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. sermon subject for thi.s hour will be "Depart From Us." Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. for the Young People in the Church bungalow. Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7:30 p. m. Miss Birdie Ray Ellis will be the leader. Choir practice Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. proceeding prayer meeting. We urge all our members to be present, and extend a hearty invitation to vcryone to come and worship with us at one or all our services. Bloodhounds were known as staghounds until about a century ago. They owe their name to the fact that they arc out for blood. , Two languages, Saxon and Norman French, were spoken in England for inany years after the Norman conquest. The gigantic soft drink trade owes its inception to a Philadelphia perfumer, who mixed fruit syrups with carbonated water. STOPPED-UP NOSTRILS due to colil. Uso Mcntholalum to liulp open llie nostrils and permit freer breathing. IIJJJ Gives COMFORT Omlly If you prefer nose drops, or throat spray, call for the MEW HEMTHOUTUM LIQUID in handy bollle with dropper i operation at Julia Chester hospital. j i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barnes announce the arrival of a daughter born j October 17, weighing 7 a i pounds. CURED HAM Star Wilson's Certified Half or Whole-Lb 27c FRESH PIG'S FEET Lb Tie PORK NECK BONES Lb 9c STEAK FOREQUARTER Lb 9c CITY BAKERY BREAD Loaf 9c.nd lie ISSELL MEAT MARKET D. B. Russell 210 E. Third St. NOTICE Marion Roebuck oj Tcxarkana, announces the opening of a studio in voice. Siie is a pupil of Mrs. Helen Marshall of .Tcxarkana and of Theodore Harrison of the American Conservatory of Music of Chl- go, and has also studied in Baylor University, , : Interested parties are asked to call at the home of Mrs. Chctl Hall, Phono 595-W. 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