Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 24, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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fedneaday,,. Mpyembcr J4, 193? HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THfcEI /§'»! .' ">? ,s MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 321 A Woman Counts tier Blessings Strange how Thanksgiving means so much to me Tills year! And yul strange because iwrhaps not I stole an hour from out the day to pause And estimate my blessings prayerfully. I'd been subtracting only woes before, Where on life's slate were many joys to add, And when 1 tallied these, I found I had A total startling-precious in its score. Ah, how insidious, .self pity! Poor? I, with a roof for shelter, food and health? A home, neighbors, friends—in them a sure Trust fund of love? And alt of beauty's wealth? people of this continent. The earliest observance of a harvest Thanksgiving in America was at Plymouth in 1621. The festival which at its inception was entirely re ligious in character, has been observed more or less regularly from that time onward. The celebration originated by the Pilgrims spread throughout the country until at length Thanksgiving was established as a notional festival. Thanksgiving day brings back many tender memories, and if we observe it in the proper spirit as a dny for giving thanks for all that we are privileged to enjoy, so mny it be n dny not only of rest nnd recreation, of happy reunions, and warm comradeship, but of renl blessing, wherever and however our lot is cast. Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Clnnlon, So now 1 go nbout my work on wings, ] Ala., arrived Monday for a vsit with While "Thank You, Thank You, Thank her mother, Mrs. Hall, and sister, Mrs. You!" my heart sings.—Selected. | E. P. Stewart and Mr. Stewart. Thanksgiving day i.s one of the best gifts of the Migrim Fathers to the HERE'S- hoping Hi a I you're Thanksgiving | s . ,,n n m t yoci wish for It to be! from Chorus To Stardom E N D S A GREAT SHOW! Gladys GEORGE -in"Madame X A Paramount Plclurt wfth LEO CARRILLO JEAN PARKER JAMES ELLISON OTTO KRUGER ROBERT BARRAT ANDY CLYDE ADDISON RICHARDS SARA HADEN Dlf«<l«d by litlty l«lond«r Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hcarne will have as Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sharp Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sharp Jr., and little son Percy III of Mooringsporl, La. Mr. and Mrs. Surrey Gilliam and children, Mnrjorie Ann and Bobby, who have been guests of the R. M. L.-Irones for the past few days left Wednesday for their home in El Dorado. Miss Nell Williams of State Teachers' College, Con way will spend Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Jell Williams and other home 'oiks. Percy Burton of Lcwisville was a Tuesday visitor in the city, en route to nis home in Lewisville from a visil willi Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Peck in Ar- Kadelphia. -O- Mrs. C. E. Bell and Miss Margaret Bell of Tcxarkana will arrive Thurs- lay afternoon to spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bridewell. Mrs. D. T. Chamberlain left Tuesday night for n visit with her daughter, and oilier relatives in Sun Bornttdino, Calif, _p_ Miss Ellen Carrigan will spend the Thanksgiving week-end in Arkadcl- phia and Slultgnrl. -O- There will nol be (he usual Thursday evening Methodist chior rehearsal due to the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. J. F. Giles, who has just returned, from n stay in California is spending a few days visiting will) Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gibson and Mrs. Jennie McWilliams. Miss Lena May Robertson of State Teachers college, Conwuy will spend the Thanksgiving holidays visiting with home folks. _O- Mrs. W. H. Bourne, Mrs. E. A. Mor- sani, Mrs. J. W. Kiser and Mrs. Bernard O'Dwycr were Tuesday visitors in Tcxarkana where they attended a 3 Assigned Here in WPAShakeup •Belli''arrington and Miss Gean Are Assigned to Hope LITTLE ROCK. -(/P)- The assignment of personnel in 12 WPA areas in the state on work occasioned by realignment of the division of employment nnd the closing of sub-employment office, was completed Wednesday by Floyd Sharp, state administrator. The assignments included: Area No. 5, Hone—A. L. Bell, Marie Dean, social workers; and Eugene Harrington, labor assignment. F I ROM chorus to stardom was the overnight jump made by Miss Martha Tilton now singing with Benny Goodman's swing band every Tuesday evening over « coast-to- coast network. Miss Tilton had to go to Hollywood to mako good in New York. After training in her home town—St. Louis—she sought a career in the film capital. Benny Goodman heard her there as one voice among many in a "swing chorus." He chose her at once as vocalist for his band, and after a trial tour, now has her singing in New York with one of radio's big- time orchestras. 'The Kid' Grows Up, Takes a Wife Klnlto-Sacngcr's Thanksgiving Attractions Matching wits on a transatlantic thrill-ship for n world-famous diamond, a beautiful young girl, fond of gems, and a gaily romantic adventurer, fond of danger, keep just one step uhcad of the law but find they can't escape from their hearts in "Dangerously Yours," featuring Cesar Romero and Phyllis Brooks now showing at the Rialto. The loveliest adventuress that ever coveted a jewel, Phyllis Brooks is commanded to steal Sesar Romero's diamond, but stealing his heart is her own idea! The result is peril-packed adventure that covers two continents and turns a desperate competition for the world's most fnbuleous gem into the climax of an exciting romance. "The Barrier," one of the most popular novels ever written by the master of outdoor fiction, Rex Beach, has been made into a motion picture. It look seven long years of negi- liations before Paramount could get the screen rights to the book, which they considered the best material for an outdoorfilm that Beach has ever turned out. "The Barrier," which opens Thanksgiving day at the Saenger theater, is the story of a romance between a West Point graduate on duty in Alaska (James Ellison) and a young Alaskan girl. (Jean Parker), who is believed to be half Indian. An absorbing photoplay lies in the way the two overcome Hie obstacle of mixed blood, and work out their happiness together. In the cast of "The Barrier" are Leo Carrillo, Jean Parker, James Ellison, district organization meeting of National Council of Catholic women, with Miss L. M. Wilson of Washington, a.s field representative for the national council. 150 women of District 5 wore present and Mrs. Bourne was appointed district treasurer by the My.st Reverend John B. Morris, D. D., Bishop of Little Rock. Miss Ruth Taylor of Henderson, Ky., will bo the Thanksgiving guest of Mrs. A. F. Hancgun and family. -O- Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Brown of Hope announce tile mnrriage of their daughter, Kathleen, to James Olin England, on Thursday November 18, at 8 o'clock. Res'. Christie <if Prescott preformed the single ring ceremony at his home in Prescott. The bride wore a n;ivy blue tailored suit of woo), with matching accessories, her corsage was of pink baby ciirnalion.s and chry- j for several years santhomums. Mr. and Mrs. England! at the New. will live in Hope. '-O- The Friday Music club will hold their regular meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mary Louise And so the ragged little Urchin grew up to be a millionaire and married the beautiful movie actress. That's the real life story of Jackie Coogan, who began a climb to fame and fortune as a 4-year- old playing "kid" parts with Charlie Chaplin, and who is shown ebove just a moment after Betty Grable, ingenue of modern aims, became hie bride. Betty dabs at a tear as the couple emerged from St. Brendan's Catholic church In Los Angeles. Otto Kruger, Robert Barrat, Andy Clyde and Sara Haden. At New Thursday-Friday Bringing Richard Macaulay's famous character of Elmer Lane to the screen, Joe E. Brown, cavern-mouthed comedian, will soon be seen in a new photoplay, "Riding on Aair," based on the popular stories which have appeared in the Saturday Evening Post Opens Thursday EAT Turkey Dinner (All the Trimmings) 35c Diamond Cafe GO SMARTLY DRKSSKD BE WARM IN A Printzess Sport Coats L A D I E S' Specialty Shop Keith. The Choral club al 2 p. in. and the study club at 3 p. m. —ALL HOME OWNERS— We Invite Your Inquiry T !•; It IM I T li CONTROL Al Reasonable Prices Home Service Co. Hope Koy Allison, Rlgr. Ark. Logs, Blocks and Bolts We arc in the market for White Oak, Overcup, Burr Oak, Red Oak nnd Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum and Black Gum Blocks, Oak, Ash and Pine Bolls. For Trices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Company PHONE 215 Thanksgiving Dance Wednesday Night »l Elk.s Hall, !):,')0 p. m. Admission $1.10. Music by Samini'.v's Sweet Swaying Sj'iico- palors. As the small t6wn newspaper editor whob ecomes involved In a sensational big city scoop, Brown has a role tailor-made to his inimitable style of comedy in this, his second David L. Loow production. While serving as a local correspondent for a big metropolitan daily, a gangster killing occurs virtually under his nose. He helps a rival reporter scoop him by personally flying the story and pictures of the crime to the competitive paper, believing he is taking a sick dog to a Chicago veterinary. Ridiculed by the big city newspapers, as well as by the natives of his home town, Brown decides to reinstate himself by running down a smuggling ring running perfume across the Canadian border by air. Before he can carry out his plans, he is pursued by angry citizens who believe he has embezzled their money in a radio beam company organized by Guy Kibbcc, a Chicago confidence man with a record who has used him as a pawn. With the use of the projected radio seam, an invention of his buddy, Brown takes out after the smuggler's ilanc, engages in a thrilling air batlle, walks out on the wings of his own lane nnd shoots down the enemy ship with a shotgun. He returns home a icro. Appearing as leading-lady, Florence Rice is cast in an important role as Joe E. Brown's sweetheart. Vinlon Haworth plays the part of his reportorial and romantic rival, Hurlan Briggs s cast as the stern father of the girl, and Anthony Nace is the young inventive genius. The picture was directed by Edward Sedgwick, for RKO Radio relea.se. Baptist Mission Group Meets One Day Early Giving its members an opportunity to visit the quarterly conference of the Baptist Women's Misisonary Union, to be held al Lockesburg Tuesday, the Ozan Baptist Missionary Union met Monday at 2:30 p. m. instead of on Tuesday. The group met in the home of Mrs. C. D. Ball for the Royal Service program. Two new members joined the group. After the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Wilbur Jones, president, the program leader, Mrs. Eugene Goodlett, led the Royal Service program. The topic for study was "The Syrians and the Armenians." The Bible study was taken from Eph. 4:25-32; 6:13-20. dance at Elks hall featuring the music of the Southwest Swingsters, a even-piece negro orchestra composed f Hope and El Dorado musicians. -OUR— Thanksgiving Program CESAR ROMERO —and— PHYLLIS BROOKS -in"DANGEROUSLY YOURS" DON'T FORGET- 2 BIG —for the price of FRl. & SAT. 1 DOUBLE SHOW Football al it's best in— "OVER THE GOL" Serial— Cartoon— und MAN'S LAW" I Wednesday Only—Double Feature First Hope Showing No. 1 "FOOTLOOSE HEIRESS" With ANN S1IKRIDAN No, 2--CHAIGS WII-'K" With John Boies, Rosalind Russell TUURS. Thangs- giving! We AJ-C Thankful to Our Many Friends and Customers. We hope to Continue to Merit Your Patronage. ENJOY This Hand Picked Show "BRING TIIE vnvnts. & FRI. an AIR ' • Florence Ri d *5*4 Oswald Cartoon "Uuing Places" "Shoes With Rythm" snows 1:30, 3:30 7: & 9: n. w. \ \ SATURDAY BOB STEELE -in"THE RED ROPE" No. 8 ••Painted Stallion" COMING- SUNDAY An Emotional Experience You'll Never Forget! Usual Prices Wednesday Night See your friends . . . enjoy dancing to the beating, swaying rythin of the G S'.s. Reform of Stock (Continued from Page One) exchanges reform themselves to pro- vent artificial fluctuations but indicated they were not ready to assume the responsibility and that more intensive Commission regulation may result. The demand for reorganization resulted from failure of secret negotiations between certain New York Stock Exchange members and the SEC. The Commission rejected as inadequate the Exchange's proposal for improved administration of the "big board." Douglas specified that an acceptable plan would have to include: 1. Strict punishment of members guilty of "unelhical or illegal" activ- ilics. 2. Transfer of Exchange management from committees of members to paid and impartial experts. . Reduction in the number of EN- uhange members. 4. Regulation to give full or "adequate" market effect to the transac- lions of small investors in odd lot, or less than 100-share, trading. 5. Restriction on floor trading of members and specialists. Asked to'Shadow' (Continued from Page One) who kindly advised him that if he didn't mind his own business he would be hit so many time that he would think he was a baseball in a New York Yankees' game. Anything But Story-Book Sleuth If, perchance, Mr. Eisenberg is shadowing you night now, you'd never be able to tell he's a detective just by looking at him. He's not the police typo. Nor docs he look like he migh have stepped out of page 147 of Van Dine's latest best seller. He's youngish, dark, short, and get ting plump. He's a conservative, nea dresser 1 , doesn't chew black cigars takes liis hat off in the house, ha small feet with big arches, and look "like hell in a derby so I never wea: one." He didn't get any further than P S. 114, but he is a self-educated man and can converse on almost any sub ject. "I got a wonderful free education in' one case," says Mr. Eiscnberg, a twinkle in his sharp, brown eyes. "1 was hired to shadow a socially prominent woman whose husband thought she was meeting with other men. Well, sir, she led me to recitals and lectures and symphonies and travelogues and concerts until 1 was on the verge of becoming an intellectual. "I guess, though," says Mr. Eisen- borg, "I was immune. Soon as the case was over I dashed out to see Mickey Mouse and a prize-fight." Detective work is like that. You will be in dirty dungarees on the waterfront in the morning, and in white tie mid tails al the opera in the evening. Incidentally, Mr. Eisenberg doesn't go in for disguises, as such. No false beards, noses, eyebrows, cos- | tunics. "Yon might say I used beer as a dis- [ guise once," says Mr. Eisenberg, chuckling, "and I came to grief. I was following a man who always stopped in for a few beers before going home. 1 used to follow him in and [ have a beer to averl suspicion. "Unfortunately, this night he was| thirstier and had one right after another. To make a long story short, he was a belter beer drinker than I and he went home without his shadow." THE END Enjoy Thanksgiving With n Lovely Dinner Dining Room Open 35c and 50c CAPITAL HOTEL $16.95 DRESSES FOR $4.98 The Gift Shop PHONE 252 Monarchy is just like the Lord Mayor's show. It's just a spectacle, bul sometimes it gets in the way traffic.-H. G. Wells. Plan to Eat Your THANKSGIVING DINNER With Us CHECKERED CAFE "It Is Safe to Be Hungry nt the Checkered" Outstanding November AT Robison's These last few days of November bring new and greater values at RobUon's. Read every item in this ad, then come and see the many values that cannot be listed here. 'Hawk Overalls The very highest quality in boys I overalls. Pull cut and plenty'] roomy. Sizes 1 to 17. Union Service On tContinued from Page One) on the mail edition. Thanksgiving observance in Hope will start al 9:30 p. in. Wednesday with CALL NUMBER 8 NELSON- HUCKINS ON WASH DAY Representative JACK WITT QrvUle W. Erringer Slate Manager Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositor Corp. fwkrado. NOTICE! Offices of the Temple Cotton Oil Company will be closed Thanksgiving, No deliveries will be made. Temple Cotton Oil Company 89c Big Smith Overalls Men's Big Smith Overalls made of the very finest grade denim. Full cut and trimmed ill heavy non-rust hardware. $1.10 Men's Winter Unions] Heavy grade men's winter unions in ecru or white colors. Full cut and made to fit. Sizes 36 to 46. 69c Boys' Winter Unions Good grade boys' winter unions. Ecru or random colors. All sizes in these warm well made unions. 39c Men's Suede Shirts Heavy grade men's suede shirts. Well made, full cut, two breast pockets in tan, grey or red. 98c 98c Men's Winter Jackets A large stock of men's jackets made of suede cloth, simulated leather, and all leather. You are sure (o find the one you want. SI .98 UP Men's Work Gloves High grade men's work gloves in split or smooth leather palm. Gauntlet or safety cuff. Elastic wrist band. One pair will convince you. 49c Men's Part Wool Sox Heavy grade part wool sox for men. Keep your feet warm and dry in a pair of these heavy duly so.v. 15c Men's Dress Sox Finest quality men's dress sox in new fall patterns and colors Dculiled solo and fieel Tor extra wear. Rayon or part wool. 25c Red Cap Shirts Men's and Boys' Red Cap Shirts in chambrcy or coverl cloth. Made flor rough hard wear. No better shirt made for (lie money. BOYS' 49c MEN'S 69c Heavy Fleece SWEATERS Warm flecco sweaters for men ami hoys. Heavy cotton with (liick fleece lining. 98c Boys' Dress Shirts Boys dress thirls of fast color broadcloth. Popular fall colors and patterns. All sizes. 49c Men's Felt Hats First quality men's felt hats ii popular fall colors. New styles in all sizes. Fine leather swca bands and good linings. Ladies Undies Large assortment of dainty la* dies undies in all styles. Plain or fancy rayon knit< Elastic waist bands. Men's Dress Shirts Finest quality men's dress shirts. I Finest tailoring in woven or" printed fabrics. AH sizes. Values to 52.00. 25c Sea Island Domestic Fine Sea Island Domestic in 40 inches wide. Fine quality, medium weight Every yard guaranteed to give satisfaction. lOc Bed Ticking Good heavy quality bed ticking'. Fancy stripes and made of good quality cotton. 10c Outings Good weight outings in fancy or solid colors of blue, pink, and white. Buy your supply of these fine outings now. lOc Ladies Dresses Large assortment of ladies dresses regularly priced much higher. New fall colors 'and styles. S2.98 Woolens One large table of fine woolens. Every weave and color inlagin- ablc. Coatings or lightweight dress fabrics. 98cto$1.98 Ladies Slips Fine quality crepe slips in taili orcd or lace trimmed styles. Bias 1 cut, assuring perfect fit. 49c Ringless Hose First quality ringless hose in the popular fall colors. Made with clastic top. All regular sizes. 25c Cannon Towels Fancy bordered Cannon Towels 19x37 size. Double thread and thick heavy ; , weight. 19c ABC Prints All A B C Prints grouped on one table at this special price. Sold everywhere regularly at 25c. Now at Roblson's— 19c Fairy Prints Ever popular Fairy Prints in a rainbow of color and clever patterns. All guaranteed fast color. 15c Ladies Purses Large assortment of ladies purses. New fall styles in patent, simulated leather, and sucdine. Well fitted and zipper openings. 98c lOc 49c 10c Piece Goods Table Large table of fast color broadcloth, play clo(h, cretonne, curtain scrim, cotton nub weaves and others. Good assortment. LADIES Full Fashioned Hose Fine quality full fashioned hose for ladies in all popular shades. Knee length with garter top or full length size. All first quality and ringless. We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store Geo. W. Robison & Co. HOPE PRESCOTT NASHVILLE

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