Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 25, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 25, 1935
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<!" V ^» ~ '., I , , 'A Autumn If Uio ntilumn of life Is half As lovely An the niitumn of earth, we need not grieve For the vanished clnys of n rapturous spring Nor beg for one moment of reprieve. We have loved the snows of hnwthornc and plum That rivaled the frost flakes', myslic designs, But what of n work? in crimson and gold With wild grnpes spilling their purple wines Anil if winter should come? Why not be content To leave your life In the hands of n ' God Whose mind could conceive the autumn of enrth And Star it with asters and gloden- rotl?—Selected. Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp, retiring president of the Arkansas Division U. D. C. Mrs. Geo. Spraggins and. Mrs. R. T. White hhve returned from Prairie Grove, Ark., where they attended the annual state convention of (he United Ditlighters of the Confederacy. Mrs. White had the honor of being elected recording secretary of the Arkansas division and was presented a silver cup for outstanding work for the children's chapters. Mrs. J. E. Senrcy arid party of friends from Lcwisville were Thursday shoppers in the city. Miss Margaret Kinser wns hostess on Thursday evening to the members of the Thursday Evening Bridge club nntl a few special guests at her home on South Main street. Bomitiful foil decorated the card rooms hnd bridge was played from three tables, m ARKANSAS f,t",,t n-"it_Lj_i •riirihilttrrti-' Revival to Open Here This Sunday Webb -Henry" Party Will Hold Services at Hope Gospel Tabernacle with the favors gtflng to Miss Helen i .„:• Bowdeh nnd Mi«n* Alice Mae Wad- 1 die. dufrsts other than club rriembers were Miss Helen Bowden, Miw> Marion Darling, Miss Lllllnn Walkup, Miss Alline Allen and Miss Ruth Barrett. Following the game, the hostess served a delicious salad course. Tho Wobb- Henry cvunijcltelic party PfRSf PriESBYTfcRtAN flios. fircwslor, Minister. c ? m <"«'' 0* Gospel Tabernacle Sunday, Oc- 27. The party consists of the Rev. Bert Webb of Minnesota, evangelist and song leader; Mrs. Webb, who will Mrs. J. E. Soarcy, Mrs. J. C. Landes, Mrs. J. A. Hnrrell and Mrs. P. T. Landes Of Lcwisville, were Thursday \ shoppers In the city Mr, and Mrs. E. E. McCloughati and Mrs. Stella Pate who have beeh guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McCloughan for the bust week returned to their homes in Oklahoma City. Mrs. E. C. Robertson has returned^ from n two weeks visit In New York city, where she was the guest of her daughter. Miss Jean Robertson, who is featuring two coirtmorclal programs out of Radio City. The regular quarterly business and social meeting of the Geo. W. Robison & Co. stores wns held held in this city Thursday evening. Splendid representations from the Nashville and Fresco H stores were present. C. C. Lewis, manager, presided over the meeting. Mrs. J. S'. Gibson Sr., Mrs. Jennie McWillianis and Mrs, Charles Dana ibson were Wednesday visitors in L,ittle Rock. T -, ft* > . 4 • «-»-•*( Bred Henry, blind pianist of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs, Henry. The Rev. Mr. Webb made a favorable impression on those who hedrd Sunday school at 9:45 n. hi. Sunday, With classes for all ages. Morning worship at 10:55 a. m. Young Peoples Vesper service Gi.lfl p. m. Evening preaching service at 7:30 p. in. MitUWeck service, Wednesday 7:30. All are cordially invited to worship with us. Attorney Indicted in Veteran's Case W.W;Smiih7ofWashing- ton, D.C., Claimed 40 % FIRST METHODIST Fred R, tlnrrlson. Pastor Sunday's services of worship will be at 16:55 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The pastir will preach at the morning worship on the subject, "Are You Tired of Trying to Be Good?" His subject at the night service will be, 'A Strong Faith." The church school will convene at 9:45 a. in. Come to church to participate in the teaching period of our church from 9:45 to 10:55 a. m. and to remain for the morning congregational worship from 10:55 to 12 noon. At 5:30 p. m. each Sunday a special broadcast of gospel hymns is being given by the Chapel choir over Sta- tidh WSM, Nashville. Tenm The | hymns in the new Methodist hymnal are being sung in this broadcast, which is sponsored by the Methodist Publishing House. Tune in on this very fine program. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL . j Rev. Chns. C. Jones, Priest-in-Cllnrge Rev. Bert Webb Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub VICKS COUGH DROP OUR MOTTO Service With a Smile BRIANT'S Drug Store "Your Trade Appreciated" N O W TED LEWIS and Orchestra "HERE COMES The BAND" SATURDAY BIG DOUBLE SHOW 25c BOB STEELE "TOMBSTONE TERROR" William Glover of Malvcrn will join i... . « «(„.,,„. „.,,! ii.ii« =,m n ^ 8nu I h " n whon »c was here for three services early in September. He conies highly recommended as an evangelist and pastor. Ho lias just concluded a revival campaign at Faith Tabernacle. Tulso. It is not often that a city the size of Hope lias the opportunity of hearing •A miiHoinn »f the ability of Bro. Fred Henry. While Mr. Henry has been blind since he was u small boy, he is a (fonius in music, particularly with the piano and piano-accordion. He has a national reputation and ranks high airong the great gospel musicians of the times. All four of the party are singers and will render solos, ducts, trios and quartets from time to lime. Services will begin promptly at 7:30 each night. *»-•-«* Italian Minister (Continued from page one) Mrs. Glover and little son, Dorsey David for a week end visit with Mrs. Glover's parents, Mr. hnd Mrs. Dorsey McRao. Honoring Mrs. Jack Bush of Little Rock, Mrs. R. V. Hcrndbn entertained at two tables of bridge on Wednesday afternoon at her home on South Main street. Colorful fall flowers brightened the rooms, and attractive favors went to Mrs. L. W. Young and Mrs. R. D. Franklin. The honoree was presented with a dainty gift. At the conclusion of the game, the hostess served delicious refreshments. Personal Mention Carthedge Robins of Stuttgart, Rouiry governor of district C2, spent Wednesday night in Hope the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Cornelius. Frank L. Ritchey of Keo, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Glenn Durham, and Mr. Durham. Home Clubs No. 4 "TARZAN" SUN. MON. & TUES. Pahiios-Hinton Pattnos-Hinton Home Demonstration club rnet Wednesday afternoon, October 16 in the home of Mrs. Tom Drake, with 16 members and two visitors present. House was called to order by our president, Mrs. B. J. Drake. Devotional was led by Mrs. George Elledge which was the 13lh chapter of Cor. prayer by Miss Griffin. The min- uters were read an approved at read. Roll called. Each leader gave a report of the months work. Mrs. Griffin brought Mrs. Conner with her, she gave a very interesting talk on "Better Babies." The mothers could ask any question they wanted to concerning their babies, she also gave us leaflets to rend which were very helpful. Our next meeting will be with Mrs. Velma Cagle. Miss Griffin lias planned a surprise for the club for our next meeting. We will also elect new officers for the coming year. Everyone is invited to Swedish Shipyard Sets Record GOTHENBURG, Sweden.— (fi>) — Swedish shipbuilding reached a milestone when the Gota Works of this city received its 500th order for a break in the tension which gripped the Mediterranean arer since Britain's homo fleet steamed through the Straits of Gilbraltar weeks ago into what Italy regards as "ou rsea." Unofficial information places strength of the present Libyan garrison at 80,000 Italian and native troops. Mussolini Starts Drive Premier Mussolini started a drive against sanctions Thursday in his campaign to legalize Italy's Ethiopian conquests. Tigre province of Ethiopia, taken by Gen. Emilio de Bono nnd his troops, hns been formally annexed. Where troops have advanced from the north and the south they have planted the Italian flag. These armies are ready for a oVivc October 27, the Ifllh Sunday after Trinity. Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m. Monday, St. Simon and St. JUdes day, Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollls Pttrtell, Pastor Sundriy school will begin at 9:45 a. rh. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. B. Y. P. T. C. starts at 6:30. Ladies Auxiliary meets every Monday at 2 o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 . We extend to all a cordial invitation. Verger Loses to Nashville 13 to 0 Early Threat by Locals Fails to Materialize on v Nashville Field Yerger High School Tigers took n 13-to-O drubbing Thursday night at the hands of a negro team at Nashville. • • "-I: It was the second game of the season for Hope, the locals having fought a scoreless battle here last week against Washington High of Texarkana. The Tigers opened the game at Nashville with a rush, marched 1o within a few yards of the goal line, but lacked the power to push over. In the second period a Nashvallc halfback got loose on an end run for 30 yards and the first score of the gume. Nashville scored its other touchdown in the third quarter on a line plunge from the three-yard stripe. of Arkansas Allowance LITTLE ftOCK-An Arkansas veteran of the World war who can neith» er read nor write is represented In a Tederal Indictment disclosed in Wa81t- ngtoh Thursday as the victim of excessive charges for legal servide irl securing disability compensation from the Veterans Administration. William Wolff Smith, Washington lawyer and former general attorney, for the Veterans Administration, made $500 bond in Washington Thursday for his appearance in federal court at Jonesboro during the term which begins November 25. Smith's arrest followed indictment by a federal grand jury here on a charge of collecting more than the legal fee from Arthur E. York, World war veteran at Corning, whom Smith is alleged to have represented in securing disability compensation. The United States attorney's office nere declined to comment on a report from Washington that an Arkansas lawyer is named in the same indictment. York said last night at Corning that :rncst L. Holloway, Corning lawyer, represented him in securing disability compensation and had assisted Smith in the case. The original transaction involving $4,200 began in 19H1, he said. Smith resigned from the Veterans Administration in 1932 after Representative Blanton of Texas had criticized him for accepting $187.50 monthly in disability compensation while he was drawing an annual salary of S9,- 000 from the Veterans Administration. He Is said to have appeared before the Veterans Administration.more than a yeqr after his resignation, acting as associate lawyer for York, for whom an adjusted rating and a lump sum back compensation payment were obtained. He sued York in Clay county for recovery of $1.295, contending that he had a contract with -the veteran for a fee amounting to 40 per cent of the amount recovered. Consent judgment for 5569.19 was entered. The federal indictment followed. The government charged that the fee recovered exceeds that prescribed by law. Weekly Sunday School Lesson on Hnrar, where they would meet i ploying best for Hope were: Jabbo nnd thus link Italy's colonies of Eritrea and Somaliland. Italians hope o vistory may come Monday, which is the 13th anniversary of the Fascist march on Rome and into power. It wns said that Italy wants: 1. To eliminate sanctions. 2. To legalize Italian possession of part of Ethiopia. 3. To revamp the League of Nations and ro-establldh good relations for future use. Hinton Walker at center, Riggins fullback; Watkins, righthalf; and C. Wright, right end. The game evened a two-year standing. Hope having won last season, 19 to 6. Futrell Hits (Continued from page one) grown gradually worse? The source of information available to this office Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Camp visited ' is the best. It comes from all sources, - (heir son, Johnnie Camp Sunday. ] from all shades of opinion; and from modern fruit transport. The yard spec- Ml . mu | Mrs- R . E Adams and little, j people who are in a position to know. ' ' boy.s spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. "The present liquor legislation was ializes on motor-powered tankers. Up to 516.73 SILK DRESES New Styles, Colors and Fabrics Ladies Specialty Shop Hump Huett. not my idea. I signed the bill which iline Rogers back home again. |sho will soon be well ugain We are all glad to have Miss Mcr- I was passed after some hesitation, be- Hope ' cause of the great number of people i in distress, and for the further reason The box .supper given "at the school ; that I beblievecl it would improve the for the benefit of our ball team, was I conditions then existing. i "The conditions then in this state Cnrl Fuller ! were most horrible and intolerable, arried Sunday, October 19. We i Everybody well-informed knows that wish them much happiness through \ anybody could buy whisky that well attended. Miss Mcrl Camp and life. Mr. and Mrs. George Elledge and j wanted to. They further know that bootleggers advertised their business. P Phone 348 WE DELIVER 112 East Third Street Hope, Ark. PICNIC, Whole or Half HAMS u, 19ic SHOULDER PORK ROAST Lb Lb THICK RIB ROAST lUc BACON SKINS R»U IOC POT ROAST ,,,8c STEAKS Lb 12c The Best In Town CHILI u 15c FRESH PRESSED BUFFALO Poimd I family, Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Camp and i They don't do that now. babies .spent Sunday with the R. E. ; " Tlle liquor law has produced up to Adams family. , October 20, 1935, $474,360.79. This mon- W. E. Simmons spent Saturday e > r is appropriated for the relief of night with his daughter Mrs. Haynes, i people- in distress. It is provided by close to Lewisville. j law that the people may vote on this Mrs. D. P. Wilson called on her question at the coming election. By their votes they can repeal the law ami abandon this revenue. The election is not many months away." We Carry u Complete Line of Bibles & Testaments Ked Letter and Reference UP BIBLES 75 Handy Size Testaments JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company The Kcxall Store Phone 63 Delivery sister, Mrs. Adams Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Jones and small | son, spent Sunday with Mr. ud Mrs. •Ei-rick Hollis. j Mrs. D. Cliff called o her sister Mrs. I Mandy Camp Tuesday afternoon. Our Quilting club is growing. There were 36 present last week at Mrs. GradyRogers this week will meet with | Mrs. Henry Black. We are very glad to know that Mrs. Daisy Formby is better. Hope she will soon be well again. Quite a number from Hinton attended the W. M. S. at Putmos Saturday afternoon. Rare Bell In Reich Museum APOLDA, Germany—(/f)—A "Thc- ophiluB bell," put together from 12 pieces, was among the exhibits at the local Museum of Home Industries when the institution celebrated the founding of the bell industry in this town in 1722. The muserrum claims there are only 12 "Theophilus bells" in existence. Employment Best in Last 5 Years Business Takes on 350,000 in September—U. S. Tax Income Up 18% WASHINGTON.—(#>)—A September advance in private industrial employment t othe highest level in five years was reported Thursday night by Secretary Perkins. She said factory pay rolls kept nearly apace. Approximately 350,000 workers returned to private jobs in September, as compared with August's 150,000 gain. Weekly pay rolls for both manufacturing and non-manufacturing industries advanced more than 512,000,000 over August. "The major portion of this gain of over a thidd of a millon workers," Miss Perkins said, "was in manufacturing industries and retail trade, approximately 150,000 additional workers being employed in each of these fields." She also reported substantial increases in anthracite and bituminous coal mining, building construction and the wholesale trade. The increase of 2.2 per cent in factory employment brought the department's preliminary September index to S3.G, the highest recorded since November, 1930. The increase of 3.6 per cent in factory pay rolls raised the month's index to 72.1, the highest since May, 1931. Miss Perkins emphasized that while September gains are not unusual, they were recorded last month in the face of a sharp decline in employment in the automobile industry, where introduction of new models resulted in a cut in the number of workers. Eighteen other industries, including beverages, can sugar refining, cement, and locomotives, also showed employment declines. Secretary-Morgcnthau said that government income was running well ahead of budgetary estimates for the first three months of the present fiscal year. All revenues, including the disputed processing tax, he said, had been estimated to produce ?933,000,000 during the first quarter, ending with September. The return amounted to $998.000.000—an increase of 565,000,000. Approximately 581,000,000 of processing taxes was impounded by the courts pending determination of the constitutionality of the processing tax law. The Treasury head said receipts during the three months, exclusive of the processing tax, amounted to 5804,615.000 compared with 5681.000.000 in the same period last year, a gain of 18 per cent. Text: Dnttlcl 5:lMZ8 The trttcriifllloiial Uniform slmdny School LMsmt tOY October 27. By WM. E. fclLROt, D. D. EflltSr 6f Advitrice Temperance lessons have a new meaning, ahd there is a new rteed for thfem nt an hour When such sins of debauchery as Belshazzar's /east can be duplicated <5n a -smalt scale in so mariy comitiunlliqs. The debauchery of individuals, of tarnUles and nations, through drink ii alwoys associated with other dire evils. Belshazzar was ruler 6f a great and ifoud empire, but he had not estab- ished his empire in righteousndss ahd .ruth. The fate of hlfe father might well have warned him, for Nebuchad- ; flezfcar had ended his career bf conquest and gi-eatness a broken and piti- *ul figure. Belshazzer had refused to be warned, and in the hoUr of wassail judg- nent had coftle upon him. ' Meriting had come upon the wall which had truck terror to his heart, but which none of his soothsayers had beeh able o reveal. Then In this hour of .fear and need, the qtleen had remembered Daniel, the Hebrew captive, and they had I brought Daniel into'the king's presence to read the writing. Daniel, strong young hero, as disciplined in mind, soul and'body as a well trained, dared to speak to the king wltlioUt subterfuge'. He was prepared to read the writing, but before reading it he spoke out against Bel- shazzar the judgments of .truths and righteousness. He brings against the ruler the indictment that he has lifted up himself against the Lord of Heaven, that he has misused' and desecrated divine things, and that he has perverted all true worship to things of silver and gold, of brass and iron. "The God in whose hand thy breath is, and whose are all thy ways, hast thou not glorified," said Daniel. With what sobering intensity these words must have come to the fear- stricken king! Then in this tense moment, Daniel begins to reveal the writing. "God hath numbered thy dngdom, and brought it to an end.. Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting. Thy kingdom is dlv!d*eii, and given (o the Medes and Pdriwhs, There IB a significance in thlfc lesson beydhd ihr< BuWvhrd fiidW of hii- lory in the rise and fall oi Itlfigs arid kingdoms. We afe tola 'tHat 1fi tlttt night was Belshazzar, the Chaldean king, slain, and that- Darius the Mede Became the ruler of the kingdom. The Persian triumph Is a matter of history. But the lessons of the story He deeper, and they strike at the heart of every man's life. Every man Is called to be the king over his own soul. In the exercise o? that sovereignty he may make his life great and secure, or he may make it foul and degj-aded. "Dare to be a Daniel" is still a finger mark for the way of right and strength ahd honor. Emmet Mrs. Alvan Rogers has been visiting in Texarkana this week. Miss Max Garland who is attending State Teachery college at Arkadelphia spent the week end at hornt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vickers of Warren were here last week. Mrs. Dickers and Miss Grace, returned home, with them to make their future home. J. M. Johnson was, robbed of five dollars in Little Rock this week, Mrs. Fannie Hood has returned home after spending three weeks in Arkadelphia. Mr, and Mrs. Abner Quiddic, returned to their home in Srriaekbver after spending a few days here visiting her father, John Wade. ... 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TOMATOES Home Grown, IbJ CRACKERS 2 18c POTTED MEAT 3 Cans PEANUT BUTTER Pint Jar_. I7c Quart Jar 32c PET MILK S 3 maUCahs2QC Table Garden Salad Dressing or Relish Spread, qt jar MATCHES 6 Boxes SEMINOLE Toilet Tissue 1000 Sheet Rolls For.... DEL MONTE PEACHES Large Can 19c PEARS Can 22c CORNFLAKES A Kelloggs or Posts anpkgs MUSTART 2 SALT HEAT s ~ 21c LETTUCE La^Va 6c Quality Meats BACON Wilson's Sliced Pound 33c FRESH MEAT GROUND M C A I For Loaf—Lb lie BEEF ROAST CHUCK—Lb lie BABY BEEF STEAK No 7 or Chuck Pound MIXED SAUSAGE Made Right -M- Pound I IV FULL CREAM CHEESE 19c BOLOGNA SAUSAGE'",'.,, 14c HOME A UII I MADE IftllLI MexicanStyle Pound 17c BALTIMORE OYSTERS';

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