Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 24, 1937 · Page 6
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HOPE STAfl, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, .November,24, lf)8] finie Of f icers f tif Hope Country Club Cltk> House Is Remodeled —'Lake Restocked With Fish At ft meeting held at the Hope Country Club Monday night on Bridewell's lake, Lile Moore was elected to serve ascend year as president. Robert La- "Otonc was elected vice president. Sid McMath was elected secretary and treasurer. following the election of officers ap- JixJintments we're made to the board of governors to serve during the new year. The newly-elected directors include ton Sanders, L. W. Young, T. C. Cornelius, W. C. Bruner and Orville W. Erringer. During the course ot the business meeting, Lile Moore reported on She ftfogress made during the summer pointing out that four wagon loads of young game fish had been turned into the lake. Steady work had been in progress to rid the lake of moss, under brush and snags. Repairs had been made to the spillway and dam. Further efforts leading to improvement are still underway. The club house has been completely remodeled, redecorated and-refurnished. The floor has been reconditioned and waxed for dancing. Running water has been piped into the club house. toilets installed, together with a modern kitchen. Electric service has been brought in to serve the club house as well as cottages. A large log fire * place has been added to blend with the lodge like atmosphere, of the building. On the shores of the lake undergrowth is being cleared away to permit the building of cottages on the lake front. Several members with HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 IBS. A DAY Doctors say your kidneys contain 15 miles f tiny tubes or Eltera which help to purify tha Mood and keep you healthy. Most people pass ibout 3 pints a day or about 3 pounds of waste. SVequent or scanty passages with smarting lad burning shows there may be something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. An excess of adds or poisons in your blood, jrnen due to functional kidney disorders, may »e tha cause of nagging backache, rheumatic was, leg patns, loss of pep and energy, get- an* up nights, swelling, puffioess under m« eyes, headaches and dizziness. 'Dont wait! Ask your druggist for Doan'a Fills, used successfully by millions for over 40 rears. They cive happy ~H 5 f and -srill help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous rajte from your blood. Get Doan's Pub. Girl Lied and Boy Killed Self Negro Clinic to Be Held Monday Yerger School Here Mon* day, Courthouse in Prescott Tuesday Health clinics sponsored by the Couthorn Liberal Organization for the advancement of negroes, will be held nt Hope, Prcscott and Rosston, it was announced Wednesday by Dr. O. L Young, Afield representative of the organization. The clinic at Hope will be held at Yerger High School Monday November 29. Hours are from 8:30 n. m. until 5 p.' m., and from 6 to 10 o'clock at night. The Prescott clinic will be held the following day, Tuesday, November 30, at the county health office in the Nevada county courthouse. Same hours will prevail. The Rosston clinic will be held Wednesday, December 1, from 8:30 a. m. V> 6 p. m. The Southern Liberal Organization is supported by the State Department of Health and local health units in an effort to cure syphilis and other such diseases. Competent examination and diagnosis will be given free, but there will be a small fee of 50 cents for needle, test tubes, mailing and other costs. He appealed to white persons employing negroes to have them take the examination. The Southern Liberal Organization has conducted since 1935 more than 100 clinics, examined more than 25,000 negroes and have treated several hundred for venereal diseases. Two young lovers, Warren Sinclair Stanley, 17, and Loretta Harynek, 16, shown above in a recent snapshot, are separated by death now because the girl told Warren she was to become a mother. It was a "white lie to make him happy," she said. It didnt Worried, the boy stole a car at Mexico, Mo., where he was a student in the Missouri Military Academy, drove to Chicago; where both homes were. There, chased by police, he wrecked the car and then shot himself to death. Notes on his body professed love for the gtrL INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance plans to build have made locations. Those with cottages now nearing completion are owned by Lile Moore, Leon Carrington and Robert LaGrone. As the meeting neared the close a I report was made by the membership ' committee calling attention to the increase in membership during recent months. With membership restricted to 50 property ownlrig members and only a few memberships available a movement was adopted to admit future members by selection and invitation only. No further membership drives will be made. A fireside supper served before the large fireplace was a treat furnished by Lile Moore as a compliment to other club members. Plans are now in the making to extend the facilities of the club for dances and parties during the holiday season. At the last country club dance staged in November the local negro orchestra played to a packed house. Ed May House Damaged Slightly by Flue Fire Tne home of Ed May barely escaped being destroyed by fire about ;30 p. m. Sunday, when sparks from a burning flue set the roof of the house on fire. John Delaney of Hope, in passing the house noticed that it was on fire and stopped to notify the May family. After the fi're alarm was given, the neighbors and some negroes rushed to the scene and very quickly put out the fire. Very little damage was done. Hiiiton Pic Supper A pic supper will be given at Hinton church two miles east of Fatmos Saturday night, November 27. Proceeds will be used to repair the church building. A beautiful quilt will bo given away. Map-Drawing Feature of Ozan School Course The pupils of the seventh grade geography class of the Ozan public schoo are making some attractive and instructive maps of South America. The maps show the natural resources and products of all of the South American countries. Bits of the various products, such as cotton, copper, coal, grasses, etc., have been pasted on the sections of the maps representing the areas in which the products are grown. Maps made by Clyde Robertson, Irvin Monroe Stuart, and Harry Ball are now on display in the seventh grade home room. Other maps will be completed later. Composer at 75 Is Happy, Busy France Strikes at Monarchal Plot Police Throw Out Not for Fascists Who Would Restore King PARIS, Prance.—(/P)~<Surete Nationale officials promised mass arrests Wednesday as the government announced it had broken a conspiracy to turn trance into a dictatorship under a king. Surete operatives searched the apartment of a rptired aviation general, Edouard Duseigncur, who previously had been questioned concerning the activities of Los Cagoulards (the Hoou- ed Ones). Les Cagoulards arc suspected of a connection with a royalist revolutionary committee for civil war to over throw France's republic. On the Bench Her (romantically): "Does the moon affect the tide?" He (unromantically): "No, only the untied." In the declining years of nn eventful life, Carrie Jacobs Bond, 75, noted song-writer shown above in her latest photo, leads a full and happy exist-, ence at her home in Hollywood, Mrs. Bond, whose best known songs are "I Love You Truly,". "The End ot a Perfect Day," and "Just A'Wcarying for You," receives many more invitations than she can accept, and still gets lots of, fan mail}- Washington Mrs. Geraldine Garner of Summitt, Miss., was the week end guest of Mrs. Luke Monroe. Mrs. A. A. Brightwell of Oklahoma City visited frends here Sunday. Lee McDonald and .Mr. and Mrs. Keely McDonald of Rosston were Sunday visitors of friends here. Mrs. Hugh Latimer of Nashville visited her aunt, Mrs. Luther Smith last Wednesday. '•'• Dr. J. C. Williams spent the week end in Hot Springs and filled the pulpit "THANKS A MILLION" FOR ANOTHER MILLION IN 1937! Again in 1937, for the second consecutive year, motorists will have purchased more than one million Chevrolcts; and they are now giving an even greater measure of friendship and favor to Clicvrolet Jor 1938. Again this year, at Thanksgiving lime, we of Chevrolet wish to express our deep ami sincere appreciation for the loyal friendship of motor car buyers in 1937 and, in faet, throughout more than a quarter-century. You who motor have always .been exceedingly generous in your response to Chevrolet products, and this year you have been particularly generous, as is clearly indicated by the following facts: You have displayed such keen and enthusiastic favor for Chevrolet that this is the second consecutive year in which you will have purchased more than one million new Chevrolcts! You have shown the same eager liking for Chevrolet trucks and commercial cars, with the result that they have become known as the thrift'Carriers Jor the nation! You have paid Chevrolet dealers an overwhelming tribute of confidence by purchasing more than 1,750,000 used cars from the only men who sell used cars bearing the famous Guaranteed OK tag! And now you are giving still further evidence of your friendship by awarding the new Chevrolet for 1938 the most enthusiastic endorse, ment any new Chevrolet has ever received! Thank you for your friendship . . , "thanks a million" for another million in 1937 . . , and you may rest assured that Chevrolet will also express its appreciation in deeds by continuing to serve you faithfully and by continuing to build the kind of car you'll always prefer tp own. CHEVfiCJLET MOTOR DIVISION, General Motun Salti Corporation, PgTBOIT, MICHIGAN Sunday. He ,-incl the pastor, the Rev. Marian A. Boggs exchanged pulpits for the day, the Rev. Mr. Boggs going to Nashville to preach. Mr. and Mrs. Madison Wilson of Washington, D. C., arrived here Monday afternoon for a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. J. P. Byers returned home Friday from a week's trip to New Orleans with her sister, Mrs. Forrest Wilson of Nashville. Mrs. Lcc Molt and Mrs. Kate Holt will have as guests for the Thanksgiving holidays Miss Kathryn Holt of Joiner and Mrs. B. A. Hartsficld of Seminole, Okla.. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Smith of Route I announce the arrival on Sunday, November 14, of a son. No name Cor the little gentleman has been chosen as yet. Mrs. Emma Watkins and Mrs. Billy Pinegar and little son Billy spent last Thursday and Friday with relatives in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Snyder of Fulton were week end guests nf Mrs. Emma Watkins and Mrs. Billy Pinegar. Mrs. W. I. Stroud, Mrs. Lucille Carrigan and Mrs. Roxic Redmond were Hope visitors Monday. Mrs. Forrest -Wilson and son Raymond of Nashville and Mrs. E. H. Am- onnette of Yancy visited Mrs. J. P. Byers Saturday. Erwin C. Catts returned to his home in Atlanta, Ga., Friday after attending the funeral of his father, the late T. N. Catts. here last Wednesday. Mrs. C. M. Williams spent Monday afternoon in Hope. Miss Norlcen Green and Fulton Am- onnette of Yancy were Sunday guests of Mrs. J. P. Byers. Mrs. Ewing McPher.son sind little son Bobby of Hope were quests of Mrs. Gertrude Bailey Thursday. Rev. G. W. Robertson and J. F. Dugger attended a meeting of the District Stewarts at Prescott Tuesday. Alfalfa Bill's Hat Is in Ring CHEVROLET m.THE'-CAR THAT IS COMPLETE With his inevitable half-chewed cigar, scraggly mustache and dusty, well-worn clothing, Wil* Ham H. ("Alfalfa Bill") Murray, self-styled "Sage of Tishomingo," has emerged from political retirement to announce he will run for governor of Oklahoma In 1938 on a "reform" platform. Bill, shown above in a recent pjcture, was governor once be- fere, and gained so much fame !^>r his unorthodox ways that he Sought the Democratic presiden- ! Jial nomination in 193?, '. New Children in Oteart Public School During the past week n number of new pupils have enrolled In the O«m public school. Most of these children are of families that have moved into the farming sections around the community. Those who have entered are; Ollie Browning, Glln Smith, Aubry Smith, Jimmy Thornton, first grade; Wilbur Maron, Inez Stewart, Marie Stewart, second grade; James Thornton third grade; Mary Lois Thornton, fourth grade; Lois Maroon, fifth grade, The names ot these pupils have increased the enrollment of the first four grades to 27 and the enrollment ot the fifth, sixth, seventh and eights grades to 22. Harold King Home From Dallas, Texas, on Visit Harold King, son of Mrs. T. R. King of North Main street, arrived here from Dallas, Texas, last week-end for a Thanksgiving visit with his mother. Mr. King is a technician with the wire- photo division of the Associated Press, which has a trunk bureau in Dallas. Ozan Cotton Put in Federal Loaj Total of MdrTrhan 3,OOJ Bales Ginned in the Ozan Area Since the price of cotton has dro] pcd so low as it is, the majority of Ozan farmers have placed their colt in government loan. The farms in the O/.an commtml have produced n bountiful crop of <d loin and corn, but the price of the c ton has been so low that little pro] has been realized from the harv Although ginning season is aim over, now and then a bale is brou in. The three gins in the neiR hood have turned out more than 3,l bales of cotton. It is believed that Chas. Locke, farmer living two and one-half mil west ot O/.an holds the cotton prndu ing-record ofthe county, and pcrha of the state. Locke produced 1,: pounds of lint cotton an an acre land that h»s been in cultivation one hundred years. IH Big oingS More fun than a barrel of monkeys! Here is a new comic strip—well, it's really a holiday strip or a sort of daily Christmas party—in which you fly up to the North Pole with Peter, Polly / and Cap'n-Go-Lucky, to see what really goes on there! Lots and lots of things happen to Peter and Polly, so be sure to get in on the fun. Read the new strip—it's called Santa Chus and Company—every day; it will go on until Christmas eve. SantajClaus and 1. •f, <*< i' any November 29! A NEW KIpfD OF HQUDAY STRIP Hope Star

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