Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 18, 1937 · Page 3
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November 18,1937 STAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS MRS. Oil) HENRY TELEPHONE 821' Lot tomorrow toko euro of tomorrow; Lcnvo things of the future to face; Whnl'.s the use to nnllcipnle sorrow? Life's trouhU'.s conic never too late. If to ho)jc overmuch Ix, 1 an error, Tis one that the wise have preferred; And how often Imve hcnrls been in terror Of evils Unit never occurred. Have faith, iitul thy faith .shall sustain (hoc; Permit not suspicion mid care With invisible bunds to enchain thce, But bear what God Rives thee to benr. By His Spirit supported and glmlrlon- od. But ne'er by foreboding deterred; But think how often luwl.s have been f_ NOW SHOWING ::112So. Elm, Hope, Ark.1: J For 10 Days J •2 Congress of Living «I •I Freaks £ ::FREAKS— -: ': ODDITIES— •: •j — CURIOSITIES^ ;• From all parts of the .• :• WORLD :J ^Sponsored by American!!; ^Legion Benefit Xmas."* *l Charity Basket Fund •; saddened By tears of what never occurred. Let tomorrow lake care of tomorrow; Short and dark as our life may appear. We may make it still darker by sorrow, Still shorter by folly and fear. Half our troubles are half our in- cention, And often from blessings conferred, Have we shrunk in the wild apprehension Of evils that never occurred —Selected (by request). The monthly meeting of the John Cain chapter, D. A. R. postponed from last Wednesday, on account of the convening of the Methodist Conference, was held Wedne.sdoy, with n 1 o'clock luncheon at Hotel Barlow, with Mrs. R, M. Briunl and Mrs. O. A. Graves as hostesses. The chapter and guests were scaled at one largo round table, perfectly appointed, centered with a huge bowl of Nandinas and ycl- $16.95 DRESSES FOB $4.98 The Gift Shop PHONE 252 COTTON LOANS QUICK SERVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas law pompom' chrysanthcfriUrras. The meeting was opened with the regent, Mrs. Chns. Locke lending in the salute to the flag nnd the impressive ritual. The program stressed Armistice day and opened with on editorial from 'the D. A. R. magazine rend by Mrs. E. F. McFaddin which was followed by an appropriate poem. The program was featured by n talk from Miss Beryl Henry, who told of her recent trip to Mexico, dwelling on the customs and habits of the Mexicans, their love of beauty, also a country of contrasts.' The business period was curtailed on account of the meeting of the Bay View club and the funeral services held for Mr. Calls, father of Miss Mary Calls, Washington, a member of the John Cain chapter. Guests for this delightful occasion were Mrs. Tom Gorham, Mrs. Clyde Hill, Mrs. C. D. Lester, Mrs. John Vesey, Dr. Etta Champlin, Mrs. Fred R. Harrison and Miss Beryl Henry. -0- Thc Hope Garden club will hold its regular monthly meeting at 3 o'clock, Friday afternoon nl the home of Mrs. A. F. Hanegan, South Elm street. -O- Miss Lcnora Ronton of the Louisiana Stale University, Baton Rouge, will spend the Thanksgiving week end with her mother, Mrs. Ralph Roulon and other home folks. She will have as guests a school male, Miss Margaret Murioneaux of Placqiicmine, La. Mith Mrs. Hugh Smith, president presiding and Miss Mamie Twilchel as program leader, the Vay View Reading club held n inosl interesting meeting on Wednesday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Steve Carrigan J'r. Lovely roses and seasonal chrysanthemums enhanced the beauty of the rooms and 1G members responded lo the roll call. In the study of Contemporary American Women, Miss Twitchell discussed Club-professional Women with Mrs. W. G. Allison giving a sketch of Ihe life and work of Miss Dardcn Moose, an Arkansas lawyer, followed by Mrs. W. R. Hamilton who discussed Mrs. Roberta Campbell Lawson of Tulsn. Okla., president of General Kcdcra- Wrist BEN Tin- first really cl e p e n (I a l> I e wnlch in the low price, field. Mnile by the makers (if the famous Hi),' Hen alarm clock. Airmaid Hose In flu- beautiful new winter shades, extra sheer. Bubble Bottle Makes sparking soda water at less than lc a glass. .SUPER PYRO Antifreeze One Gallon ASPIRIN 101) \Valj;rceii's I'ure 5 grain Aspirin 3?e NILOAK POTTERY A new shipment of (he newest designs in this famous native Arkansas pottery. 1'riccd from .OO 25c to Per Piece Campholyptus NOSE DROPS 1 o/,. Dropper Bottle. 29c Olafsens Cod Liver Oil Tablets Box of (iO Univcx Movie Camera Make your own movies at home. iVcry economical lo operate. 9-95 WALGREKN'S Powdered Malted Milk Chocolate or natural flavor—LI), 57c LAVENDER HAND LOTION Prevents roughness and chapping. G ox. Bottle— 39c 6 Lb. Electri Iron Chrome finish, very dependable. John P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps Uncle Natchel and Sonny Back on Air Chilean Nitrate of Soda Program Returns Next Week Coming to the Saenger Sunday Local rnclio fans will welcome the return to the nir next week of Uncle Nntchel and Sonny, the two stars of the National Chilean Nitrate of Soda program. The Natural Chilean folks! have informer! us that the.se two favorites are resuming broadcasts, beginning Saturday, November 20th and Sunday, November 21st on important Southern .stations. The role of Uncle Natchel, wise old colored philosopher and leading character in the series of broadcasts wilt l>e played by Frank Wilson who is well known as a radio entertainer and as a .stage and film star. He gained considerable renown for his performance as Moses in the .stage and film version of Green Pastures. Wilson's characterization of Uncle Natchel in a .series of fifty-two broadcasts for the Chilean folks hist season, added to his laurels. Sonny Miller, (he young white charge of kindly old Uncle Nalchcl in the program will be played by^ Eddie Ryan, Jr., n talented twelve-year-old actor from Virginia who has mode a I number of stage appearances in New York and is now playing in "French Without Tears" on Broadway. He has appeared with Katherine Cornell, Helen Hayes and other stars, and has been a part of the "Easy Aces," "Dreams of Long Agr>" and other coast-to-coast radio programs. With the two featured players on the Uncle Natchel program will be a group of Southern singers whose numbers will consist largely of old songs of the South collected and arranged by Ethel Park Richardson, the author of the sketches. An orchestra of eleven pieces will provide the instrumental features of the program. ArtelLs Dixon. a native of Greenwood, La., who has been identified with such radio successes as the "Brer Rabbit Stories of Joel Chandler Harris." the "Rudy Vallee" program. "Show Boat," "Roses and Drums" and many others, has been engaged by the Natural Nitrate folks to be the announcer. More than 3,000,000 persons have viewed New York from the Empire State Tower. Luisc Raiher and Paul Muni in "The Good Earth " Ozan Is Host to Farmer Meetini (ion of Women's clubs. Miss Erline White outstanding in B. & P. W. club work was discussed by Mrs. W. F. Saner. Miss Twitchell closed her program with a sketch of the life of Mrs. Russell Magna, past president D. A. R. Following the program, the hostess served a templing plate with the chrysanthemum motif stressed most chmningly in the salad. Guests other than club members were Mrs. Sieve Carrigan Sr., Miss Sue Jones and Mrs. M. H. Barlow. Q The Friday Music Club will meet at the home of Mrs. R. M. LaGrone Friday afternoon, the Choral club meeting at 2 o'clock, followed by the study at 3 o'clock. Movies and Speaking Held Tuesday Night at Ozan School Endeavoring to build up a, community spirit and a whole-hearted cooperation with the people of the Ox,an community, the Agriculture department of the county, with George Ware serving as chairman, presented a program at the Ozan school building Tuesday night. Film strips of the prevention of for- e.;t fires, of dairy herds, of terracing and erosion, of scenes around Wash- iimton. D. C.. and of Felix the Cat in one of his adventures, were shown. Berl Thompson, soil conscrvationlisl of Hcinpslrad county, gave a talk and Chillord Smith, Hornpstead county agent, spoke to the group about the favorable impression that a passerby has of the Ozan community. Under the supervision of Mr. Ware, an apple guessing and eating contest was held. The group guessed at the number of nj/ples in a half-bushel basket. Those guessing nearest the correct ji umber entered the apple eating contest. Jerome Smith won the j name of the champion apple-eater in | O/an. Smith won the basket of ap- plo!', which he distributed to the others present. The weather was so disagreeably cold that there were not so many present as there should have been. The group present appreciated the efforts and entertainment given by the Department. 'Washington Mrs. J. P. Byers joined her sister, Mrs. Forrest Wilson and Mr. Wilson of Nashville Saturday, and motored lo New Orleans for a trip of several days. Mrs. O. A. Williams has had as her guest for the pasl week her sister, Mrs. Schooley from near Hope. Paul Simmons returned home from a visit with his brother in San Antonio, Texas, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Haworth moved Monday into their new home next door to their service .station. They recently sold their place lo Missc.s Ada andCynlhia Evans uf KIDorado who will soon move here to make thjL'ir home. Mrs. Evelyn Hubbard and Miss Mary Ella Hubbarcl were Hope visitors Saturday. Mrs. Pink Ilorton was a Texnrkana visitor last Thursday. Misses Hcba May and Mary Kath- E. Haselman, Critically III at Ozan, Improves •«j_ :— -. '?! ..i E. Haselman, aged 84 years, retired business man of Ozan, became seriously ill Monday night. At 4 a. m. Tuesday Dr. G. E. Cannon og Hope, was called to the Haselman home. Dr. Cannon stated that Mr. Haselman could be bordering on an attack of pneumonia, but Tuesday morning there was no immediate danger of its development. Reports Thursday morning wore that Mr. Haselman was somewhat better. The number of divorces in England has increased 50(1 JXT cent in the last j quarter ecultiry; one marriage in every 8J now ends in a break. Cent Dress Sale Beginning Friday For Fourteen Fears We Have Served You With This Opportunity to Save Money Everybody wants to save, so now is the time to buy your winter dresses at a big savings, and just when you are needing a new dress for THANKSGIVING. TWO HUNDRED street and daytime dresses for you to select from. New Styles, new fall colors, wine, rust, green, royal, brown and black. Junior sizes 11 to 15, regular sizes 12 to 20, large sizes 38 to 44. $5.95-2 for $9.95-2 for 0IJUR PRICES $12.95-2 for....$12 $10.95-2 for.... Ladies' Specialty Shop Hope, Arkansas ryn Pago were Hope visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Kaii Bruce of Hope visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs,' J. R. Page here Sunday. Mrs. W. I. Slroud made a business Irip to Hope Tuesday. Mr. iiml Mrs. C. C. Stuart visited relatives in Columbus Sunday afternoon. TKLKl'HONK 550 STAltTS T1UJHSUAY •^ wilh JOHN UHJAN UOIiO'i'llY MACKAIU, VICTOK JOKY and CI.Al'l) AUJSTUK Also—"KoepiT of The Lions" Sir.jjing liantlit, "Fiction" < COMINU SUNDAY JAAIKS CACiNKY-iu— TO SING ABO IT' U'e carry a complete stuck of Trusses. \Vc are careful to correctly fit theso trusses, mid our prices are the Umcst that can lie nuulu. No charge made for JOHN S. 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