Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1935 · Page 3
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^ v^/ . v*^ A/rs. 6'td Henry THE SILVER TRAJL T a c< n m Lasl night, Down a white walk misted with moonlight, I saw a silver trail Left by n snail. So I. going my quiet way, Would leave behind A trail of silver For those who follow nftcr mo to find. Hii'i- I shall plant a tree in n barren place, And sometime, against the stars, an elm will shake Its silver lace. I .shall slip this gnarled brown into the sod, And some day, out of a rose's will shine Tho fncc of God. I shall not trample the spider's web Thru spangles the grass; t shall try never to hurt a living thing As I pass; And oh, wt must remember to bo kind Today, Going our silver way.— Selected. Jet Williams Jr., who is n student ir the Terrell Military Academy, Ten-ell, Texas, spent the week end root heart Broadcasts . . . there has been and there shall continue to bo some big broadcasts, but not like the "Big Broadcast of '3fi." next Sunday at— O Uf It's a mighty •I sweet picture! THUR. & FRI. i Matinee 15C \2-.30 Thursday •** T K D LEWIS • nil ORCIIKSTKA f V I R O I N I A II R (J C K 'Kl> IIKAI.Y NAT 'K.MM.KTON HA II RY STOCKWKI.I. I)ONAI.1)<:OOK SPANK V Me FAR I. AND •Twin Triplets" NCWH with Ivis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jetl Williams, Sr. Mrs. Arch Andres of Dallas. Texas, arrived Saturday nljtht for a visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. Charles Routon, Jr., class of the First Baptist Sunday school entertained at A Halloween'party Tuesday niglit at the country home of Miss Lcnna Jones on the Broadway. The Halloween motif was observed in the decorations and games and a weincr roast was enjoyed on the lawn. During a short business period, new officers were elected as follows: President, Miss Margaret Powell; vice president. Miss Mlnncola Owen; secretary, Miss Lcnna Jones; substitute teacher, Miss Mlnneola Owen. Mrs. Ella Bright, Mrs. S. H. Battle and Mrs. R. E. Cornelius have returned from a delightful motor trip to Dallas, Texas, where the three sisters were guests of a fourth sister, Mrs. Arch Andres and family. Gray Battle of Blcvins is in Los Angeles, Calif., where he is taking n course In an electrical school in that city. Mrs. Anne Parks Marshall of Washington. D. C., was the Friday luncheon guest of Mr. f;nd Mrs. Robert Wilson, en route to Hot Springs from a visit with relatives in Lcwisville. Mrs. Mary Delia Carrigan, a student in Hcndrix college, has been chosen as one of the maids for homecoming day, Friday, October 25. Circle No. 5 of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist church met in the home of Mrs. J. T. Bowdcn Jr., North Elm street, with Mrs. Fred Russell and Mrs. Albert Jewell as associate hostesses. In the absence of the Circle leader, Mrs. Hugh Smith presided., A Very inspiring devotional was given by Mrs. H. A. Fisk. The mission study was in charge of Mrs. Smith, who reviewed the third chapter of "The Gate to America," the adopted Mission Study bood. Sixteen members and one visitor responded to the roll call. During the social hour, the hostesses .served a tempting salad and sanrlwich plate with hot tea and-cookies. o The officers and teachers of the First Baptist Sunday school held a most interesting and enthusiastic clinic on Tuesday evening at seven o'clock, in the educational building. A splendid representation of officers ;<nd teachers met in the assembly hall i»nd were divided into different, classes Lor instruction in the class rooms. Following the period of instruction a model demonstration of class ins,truc- tipn .and... monthly business meeting was given by the Alathcan class followed by a social hour at which time, Iho Fidelis class served delicious refreshments, Mrs. Hugh Smith presided over the meeting. The Friday Music club will held Us regular bi-weekly meeting on Friday, October 25, at the home of Mrs. Fred Harrison, South Pine street The Choral club will meet at 2 o'clock, followed by the program at 3 o'clock. Mrs. John Wellborn will be assistant hostess. Hope chapter No. 328 O. E. S. will liold a special meeting 7'hursclay evcn- nt 8 o'clock, October 24 at the Masonic liall complimenting Mrs. Alice Bush, representative cf Ontario. All members and friends are envited to attend. Archcologists have discovered dice used by .prehistoric Nebraska Indians. Maybe that's a tip on how the red man .lost his country.—Omaha World-Herald. Ted Lewis' Band Here on Thursday "Here Comes the Band" Features Llong-Famous Orchestra Leader A "musical staircase" marks one of the more elaborate numbers of Ted Lewis and his musicians, aided nhd abolted by a group of comedians, in "Here Comes Ihc Band," elaborate new musical romance that comes Thursday and Friday to the Saontfer. Tho scene represented the elaborate homo of a millionaire, a former officer, holding a reunion of lite old buddies of the regimental band. The grand staircase, decked with flowers and colors, was used as a bandstand. Extending diagonally from floor to coiling, it accommodated the entire bnnd. The'number played is "The Old Army Band," with different musicians singing verses nnd playing brief solos on their instruments as part of the general number. Lewis opened it with a verse and his clarinet; Nat Pcndlcton did his stuff with piccolo, Sherry Hall with bassoon, Richard Tucker with trumpet, Henry Sanl- ley with bass horn and Bert Roach with drums. , Fifty musicians, as well as a throng of gaily clad players representing fiuests at the reunion, figured in the ! number, written by Lane and Adam|son. Personal Mention Mrs. J, J. Payne and daughter Melha, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harokl Payne and daughter'Bobbie Ann, returned-home Monday from a weekend visit with Perry 'Payne and Mr. mid Mrs. S. A. Clark, of Marlin, Texas. Queen of the Ball Home Clubs 8'fAU. HOHB. ARKANSAS, Millions .of. American '-women AV- string along with Naomi Andi-iM.- when'it comes'to knliti'iiK. i> fcfw get as 'wrdpped up' 'in ' work as she Is. The pretty hlf.i. 'knitter was ohosen Yarn QIHTII •• the style show staged at CliiniK •'•'- Alerchandlse AlarX Grce.i Lnsctcr i The Green Laseter Home Dcmon- JKtration club met Thursday, October I 13 at the homo of Mrs. Wilson. The j meeting was.opened by the president,' Mrs. Blevlns. Two songs were sung, j Mrs. Judson Bycrs read the devotional from the 6th chapter of Ephc- I sions. Prayer by Mrs. R. L. Lcwal- len. There were 17 members present and | two visitors. Miss Griffin was absent I and her assistant, Miss Alford was with us. She gave a demonstration on the judging of canned products. The members arc all going to get I busy and piece Miss Alford a friendship quilt We hope to have it done when next meeting rolls around. Everybody meet, with us next month at the home of Mrs. Gladys Albritten, we are going to have a big time; It will be very interesting to all I'm sure. So be present if possible. Meteoric iron that had fallen.from thet srfy, .Was" iise'd ihlhlaluhg weapons long ago, before man knew how to make his own iron. 20,000 More Men .(Continued- from page one) had in the 'ground/ ... "But," he declared, "what grieves me is that a considerable number of defenseless women and Children have been killed by the bombs." Little Accomplished by Italy ' Haile Selassie said'the Italian armies have scarcely dented, Ethiopia's national defense and have not yet tested the mettle of .Ethiopia's troops. The Italian occupation of Oduwa and Aksum he described as being like "armed marauders entering an empty undefended house. The inhabitants had long 'since left on 1 the orders 6f the government in order'to-preserve the towns from destruction." Asserting the Italians .have not dem- .onsjrated any outstanding • military strategy and have not-met-the'mam' Ethiopian forces iri .their mountain strongholds, he said it -was there the Play to Be Given at OkayThursday "Sky High"lfoonsored by P.-T, A. There Thursday and Friday A thrilling comedy, "Sky High" will be presented in Okal Hall at 8 p. m. Thursday and Friday, The play is sponsored by the Okay and Saratoga P,'T. A. The cast has been working hard for several days. Final rehearsals were held Wednesday. The plot centers around the invention and racing possibilities of a super-speed airplane. The cast: Walter Stephens, young minister- Bill Holbcrt. Sam, porter—Truman Hill. Shirley Shields, stenographer (heroine)—Chlorine Osburn. Mrs. Stephens, Steve's Irish mother—Minnie Lee Bell. Maizie, cleaning girl ,-it station- Louise Walkup. Sidney Carney, Steve's Irich uncle —Cecil Shufficld. Bedford, nir race superintendent— Ctis Rose. Eva Card, in love with Steve (vil- oinous)—Emily AKord. Detective Mockshaw. comedy sleuth —Rupert Holbcrt: Cwrino Narro, gypsy friend of Hunt- •rs—Marie) Lot I. Harry Hunters, pilot of Sky High— Chas. W. Darnell. Announcer of ;iir races—M. H. Peebles. High Hat Chorus: Marie Schooley, Opal Dillard. Vestal Schooley, Elizabeth Ellis. Katy Lois Hughes, Janic Fern Hughes. Travel Air Chorus: Lucille Walkup, Lydia MeJunkins, Beatrice Simmons, Mozelle Cannon, Maltie Lou Tolleson, Edith Thompson: Little Dutch Chorus: Opal Spates, Inez Bell. Mattic Blackwood, Sadie Spates. Pauline Collins. Mary Lois Spates. Helen Hughes. Helen Dodson. Hostess Chorus: Mollic Sturgis, Imogeno Vann. Lillie Bell Robertson, Ida Mae Cannon, Dorothy Holland, Doris Coleman. Pianist: Eva Fish. tl JuAUec are a sure sign of our vlrfl* Ity and gtealness, but they are also emotions arid elements that lead to wa? Ift time otWar;— Alfred fi. Smith/ , J think that in speeds of more than 45 miles an hour you are safer in the rtlr than on the ground.—Amelia Ear« Karl Putnam, To proclaim by words a determination to end conflicts is folly. The true pdl- icy is to suppress the causes of coh-i filets.—Baron Pompeo Aloisi of Italyi The curse of modem woman is dieting. Look at the beauties of the Victorian Age. They were all plump, buxom,- And they were beautiful.— He)cn Hayes, One set of (government) executives is busy creating scarcity and high prices, while another is aiming at abundance and cheapness. — Robert Moses, New York park commissioner. Our patriotism, prosperity, and love It is ptwsslble fat an. airplane ta make a safe landing with only half fl bro' ' ' HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS Eijwclalty aid fbr fto»e and , whet* ViCKSVATRONOL fans ChrisUan And^rlett, I fairy tale*, dislike* cfiildfttu Sse Our Elected Lttrt of FALL DRES3E8 Silk* and Woolen* in the Newest THE GIFT C. P. - 1 * 1 t *^ ; ,| SILK DRES " New Styles, Colors and Fabrics Ladies Specialty Stiofe Fascists would meet defeat. "We have sufficient arms, ammunition and money to carry on if Mussolini refuses to listen to the collective warnings of the nations of the world," said 'Haile Selassie. No Time to Discuss Peace Asked what peace would be acceptable, Haile Selassie replied: "I do not think this is the moment to discuss eventual peace terms. In any case the whole dispute is in the handy of the League of Nations, which I am sure will sec that, if peace comes, it will be a just peace, leaving cur sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence intact. "Any other peace is not peace but start confiscation." New York Cjjy. has . the largest acreage" of public parks, but Chicago leads all American cities in the per capita acreage of parks. REMN S-A-L- TOMORROW (Thurs.) MORNING at 8:30 - . '; - 'X • . The Largest and Finest Selection of Short Length Piece Goods we have"had this year. HUNDREDS of YARDS LOTS OF PATTERNS and COLORS EACH A REAL SAVING WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Geo. W, Robison & Co. HOPE PRESGOTT NASHVILLE Out They GO!! 200 Smart New SILK Dresses during a rpecial selling event in which they will be sold for only 88 They Formerly Sold Up to $16.75 Grapetone Wine, Navy Black, Brown Two hundred loo many . . . that's what the inventory shows. So out they n: list go— NOW. And of course that means (hat Down Goes the I'rice. These are mighty, mighty smart dresses in all of the new fashionable fall fabrics such us CerCal Crepes and Malel.js>:es. They feature all (he new renaissance ornaments, and attractive belts and buckles. We suggest you be among the first to si-c these as they will undoubtedly sell very fast at this attractive price. Available in All Sizes LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP t 1935. _ for Mildness for Better Taste Mvm To».«-co Co,

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