Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 27, 1937 · Page 3
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Ir. Quizzed to Be Saenger^Feature Ph'zca Offered for An- NWeriii# Questions Put From Slag-o "Dr. Qtiiwcr" of radio fame is com")« t'> HOIK-. Not in jwi-son. but by proxy tliroitfjli n tie-up with the Sannger and Hopo Star. For'six works Ihp "Doctor" will ask ijuestion al 8-30 from the stage and give nway small cash awards for tho correct answers. Tho last on major cuipstion of the night will be what is called the slicker, imd for tho correct answer, Man- ngr-r Swanko will j,'ivo $11). If Within a short time limil no correct answer is Riven, tlio amount for said major <|iip.s-tion will bo doubled for the following week's "Dr. Qui/?.er" contest. The "Doctor" or Master of Ceremonies. Mr. Sid Btimiy. will have "II tho correct answers oii his finger tips with the exception of the major question, anil that alone will bo held by the manager. Study your Wednesday night's Hopo Star . . . because- some of the rjuo.s- tions will come from tho ads of that day and the first person answering, in tho Maxtor of Ceremonies' opinion! will got the awards. On Wednesday I night too. will be a benefit for th'p ' Hope High School Library, and on tho screen will bo John Boles. Jack Onkic and Ida Lupino in "Fight for Your Lady." A Detroit sanatorium promising n drink euro in three'days, overlooked a promotional nnulo by not throwing In tho day after free. "Blossoms on Broadway" Rfafto $16.95 DRESSES FOR PKONK 252 Shop A Complete Line -fif- VttHllcy's Old English Lavender 'loilcfrlos— Biiiul Street I'erfunie "XMAS SKTS" S<-e Our Window JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company Tlir Rcxnll Store Phone (>a Delivery Buy and c " rry "« romn " (ir new musical opening- Sundliv at the Rlallo , Arni " d """ Wober'nd FlrJd, Ih.fc Dal." Kraiik Craven »re In the cast. Win J PPS Cl a 5 Tilts —AM, IIOATE OWNERS— We Itivik- Your liKiulry TKRMIT R CONTROL At Ki'asonable Prices Home Service Co. H«|)t- Hoy Allison, niffr. Ark. Orville W. Erringer Stale Manager Hamilton Trust Fund S)K)iisorod by Hamilton Depositor Corp. Denver, Colorado. New Fred Astaire Film at Saenger "Damsel in Distress" Includes George Burns, Grade Allen Proving that the source of true lovo doesn't run any smoother in England than elsewhere. Fred Aslairc's new vehicle- starting Sunday at the Saenger with George Burns and Oracle Allen. "A Damsel in Distress." weaves a sparkling primp of Gershwin songs and one of P. G. Wodehou.se's funniest stories of Brili.s-h life- in( o a brilliant piece of screen entertainment The story revolves around a merry romance between Astaire, in the role of an American dancer in London, and Joan Fontaine, us a tilled British girl who is hoing driven into an unwelcome mnrriuiio by her imperious aunt. Through tho back-stairs politics of SATURDAY ONLY 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. ! i THEATIt BOB STEELE -in— "THE RED ROPE" Chapter No. 8 "The Painted Stallion" Also Oswald Cartoon—Comedy SUN. ~ have written this grippingly dramatic have brought it to the screen in all its powerful frankness! Kfjn/bl/c Pictures prestnn SAENGER SUNDAY & MONDAY SUN.-MON. & TUES. FRED ASTAIRE with BURNS & ALLEN —in— "A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS" WEDNESDAY NITE High School Library Benefit On the Screen JOHN BOLES. IDA LUPINO —in— 'TIGHT FOR YOUR LADY" On the Stage "DOCTOR QU1ZZER" Cash Awards THURSDAY-FRIDAY Edward Arnold. Gary Grant Francos Farmer —in— "TOAST OF NEW YORK" RI ALTO SUN.-MON. & TUES. EDWARD ARNOLD and SHIRLEY ROSS In the Musical "BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY Wendy Barrio. Kent Taylor and Walter Pidgeon —in— "A GIRL WITH IDEAS" FRIDAY & SATURDAY BIG DOUBLE SHOW the servants at Miss Fontaine's ancestral castle, Astaire is led to believe that the girl is madly in love with him and tho complications build up U peaks of hilarity, interspersed wit) tuneful songs by the late George Gershwin and his brother Ira, anc. five spectacular dance numbers thai reveal Astaire ut his delightful best. Burns and Allen play a pair of press agents guiding Astairo's stage career and such notables as Reginald Gardiner, Constance Collier, Ray Noblo Montagu Love, Harry Watson and Jack Carson have prominent roles in the gay offering. The double hull type of submarine is sometimes culled "submersible." Closely Contested Battles Fought With. Central Teams By CEfFTON BURNS BODCAW, Ark.—Bodcaw Badgers won three out of five games In n double clash with Central Wednesday night nt Bodcaw and Thursday afternoon at Central. Wednesday night tho senior boys jlayed a well mulched game in which Cnrneron for the Badgers started the scoring to be followed by Greene jf Central. Tho scores were locked G-fi it the end of the first playing period, nit the Badgers pulled ahead in the iccond quarter to place the score 13-11 it the half for the home team. In the last half the Badgers pupped ihcacl still further to win by a score >f 19-29. Butler scored 12 points to win the scoring honors for Bodcaw, and Greene ook Central's honors by scoring 10 points. The junior game was a onesided af- air in tho first half. Bodcaw sailing uglily-ahead until that time when the "entrnl boys decided it wasn't so fun- iy that way and set about changing I. In the third quarter they scored is many points as Bodcaw, and in the ast one, but the Central youths were ust too late with their rally for Bodcaw won 21-14. O. Butler scored 8 points for Bodcaw and C. Gloss scored G points for Central. Central girls defeated the Bodeaw Mirls in a onesided game that belonged to the Central maids from the early minutes of the game. Bodcaw B team boys met Falcon for game that provided real entertainment for the fans. Hendrix of Falcon started the scoring in the first quarter. Bodcaw did not score until the second quarter when N. Butler got loose for just a second, The game waxed fast and furious in the last half, and when the game wan over the score was tied 9-9. In an extra period of play Falcon shot ahead to win by a 11-13 score. Thursday afternoon the Badgers were not so fortunate, and on an outdoor court the Central team proved entirely too strong for them. Central boys took a decided lead through the game, the score was 14-G in favor of Central. Greene of Central won high point honors by scoring 9 points. Tlie Bodcaw junior team won over Central in a fast game that was Botl- .w's only victory Thursday. TlfE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH V. A. Hammond, Pastor Call somebody and ask them to attend Sunday school with you Sunday morning. The session begins at 3:45. Bo on time. The paslotr will speak at the morning service, beginning at 10:50 o'clock, on "Jesus, Poet Prophet of the Nev, Israel." This is the first of a series o sermons on Christmas themes. Jesu.' was fir.st in many things. The morning sermon develops the thought tha Jesus was first to tell men what to love rather than what to do. He loved am He lived to the full, and He became the first proof of life eternal. Tho sermon for the brief evening service, which begins at 7:30, is anothci of the series on Christmas themes "Remember Jesus Christ." The evening services are brief and very informal, and of an evangelistic nature They seldom continue for more than one hour. You are cordially invited to worship with us. We are a friendly people and will give you a hearty welcome any time vou come. A young girl on trial for tier tire . . . nd a woman, beautiful, distinguished nd talented, on trial for her past, her irescnt and her future, this is the Kerne, interwoven subtly into the ?lot of "Portia On Trial," Republic production'which opens Sunday at the >few Theater for a run of two days. A brilliant woman barrister forced by circumstances to be a stranger to her own son, and later ordered by fate to defend the murderess of that son's father, this is the problem of Portia Meinman, played with illuminating depth and insight by Frieda Inescort. Portia, as the price for her son's name, was forced seventeen years before to sign away material claim on him by singing false affidavits which presented her as a woman unfit for motherhood. '.Later, when fate brings the two together in highly dramatic circumstances, she acknowledges her birthright and defies the world to challenge it. Old John Condon takes up the chal- lenge, John Condon, industrial -,. u political tycoon whose word is sufficient to make or break men. He brings Portia before the Bar Association in an effort to expel her from the bar, but she outwits him with a brilliant ond dramatic coup which forms one of the high spots of the production. Clarence Kolb is excellent as • the ruthless Condon. Walter Abel turns in an outstanding performance as "Dan Foster, the young District Attorney who loves Portia Merriman as a woman even as he scorns her as an unscrupulous criminal lawyer. And little Heather Angel will not be soon forgotten as the unhappy English girl who is brought over to America only to learn the bitterness of scorn and hatred. Her betrayal forms the background of the dramatic trial scene, which has had few peers in screen history to date. Albert E. Levoy was the Associate Producer in charge of this prdouction which was directed by George Nicholls, Jr. I.U.A .ji*ugr,- JLllUlT ; t*l/ f Gospel Tabernacle Mrs,"Agnes Stokes of Russell ville, Distinguish e*l ; Visitor ; T Mrs. Agnes Stokes of Russel'/villej district Sunday school and '£oung! Peoples superintendent of the /irkaft* ; saa district of the Assemblies f/f God| is expected to be present at the all-day rally Sunday at Hope Gospel ^Tabernacle, North Mahi/street. / t Mrs. Stokes will,speak,at the-, 1 Christ's Ambassador service at-.6:30 In addition to having .a few .words lit say at the Sunday school closing hour shortly before 11 o'clock. She will!' attempt to further familiarize the pt:ople of Hope with the Young Peoples! program :in the district and also bring 'words of. encouragement to the Sunday school. Mrs, Stokes is an outstanding Sunday school and young people) i worker who was recently reelectedl unanimously to have the oversight of this division of the Arkansas district for another year. She comes to-'Hope as, a representative of the District head- il am very {mien ffoaid. arrtiament) will occupy u, „„. -_ tort* ;««te to 'dome^-PMtne MF« ChsmbcfljsiA of and/Company fin, To/nado, A Insurance 00 SMARTLY DRESSED ' «R WARM ; W A Prhrtzess -* Sport Goats. LADIES' Specialty Shop 4 f - *j GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis A. Purtle, Pastor Sunday school meets at 9:45. Every one is urged to be present and on time. Our pastor will preach at both services, Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. B. Y. P. T. C. meets at 6:30. Come tnd worship with us. 11 Schools Place ; (Continued from' Page One) We are not familiar in this state with anything except large, rich, full- sized baking tubers.—Governor Barrows of Maine, challenging Idaho to polatopicking battle. Remit y The busy world has time and space For posy and for bits of laco, For paintings, star dust, silver streams, And things as fanciful as dreams. Not all in nature men behold Is sternly practical and cold; For countless lovely things she weaves For which no purpose man perceive,-. At times she seems to draw apart Merely t o make a work of art, Or brighten with her labors rare Plncos which otherwise were bare. So in the busy life of man, Which reason wholly seems to plan, The selfsame impulse bids him take Tho time to work for beauty's sake, And count as his supremo success Trifles of dainty loveliness. —Selected. The following clipping from the Pine Muff paper, will be of interest to the 'riunds of the bride, who with her nothor Mrs. M. V. Scolo.s formerly esiilecl in Hope: "A beautiful home vedding solemnized Sunday morning it 10:30 o'clock in Pine Bluff, at the lomo of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Houston, iiH-lo and aunt of the bride, was that f Miss Gerllui Eason, daughter of Mrs. I V. Scolcs of Camden, who became he bride of Robert L. Black of Conay, son of Mrs. W. L. Black of Waren. The ceremony was road by the ?ov. Fred G. Roebuck, pastor of the ..akeside Methodist church, of Pine Huff, in the presence of relatives and loso friends. The bride was lovely in traveling costume of blue crepe with lioukler corsage of uutumn flowers, and Mrs. Black will make their ome in Con way, where Mr. Black is lanager of the ladies ready to wear epartiwnt of Frauentlml & Schwartz department store. Mrs. Black graduated from Hope High School and has resided with her mother in Camden for the past two years. Mr. Black is a graduate of the Warren high school and was formerly connected with Proug's at Camden." Carl Schoolcy of Ouachita college, Arkadelphia, arrived Friday night to spend the week-end with his parent.-;. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. S'chooley. -O- Mr. and Mrs. A! Park have returnei to tlieir home in Atlanta, Texas, aftei a Thanksgiving visit with Mr. ; Mrs. Thos. M. Kinser. jackfield 1G5. The second and third teams were selected after it was impossible to place more than 11 men on the first team. "lie second and third team is composed of high quality material, deserving ilayers that have stood out during the 937 football campaign. It's ARacket (Continued from Page One) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ligon of Conway will arrive Saturday to spend tlit week-end as guests of Mr. and Mrs James R. Henry. Miss Mary Delia White of State IVuchors college, Conway, is spend- ng the week-end visiting with home 'oiks. -O- The Hope Ubrary announces the ullowing books: "The Man From the River," Cole Penthouse-Roche; "Dis- rict Nurse," Faith Baldwin; "Tomor- ow's Tangle," and "Priscilla Falls in -ove," Wynne. The library now x>asts of 3315 hooks, ranging from 30 o 50 years down to the newest fiction, -Q— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McDow of Minen, La., were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Jones and fa«i- ly of Poteau, Okla., are the guests of ir. aivrf Mrs. Walter B. Jones hair isn't injured at all. I timed it very carefully. "But it's burned! I can smell it!" "Oh, no. That was just the wrapping. It often does that." Her fears were only partly allayed as inexpert hands rinsed, dried and set her hair. She knew it was burned and was sorry she ever entered the place. When Mrs. Miller was ready to leave she was greatly surprised at being presented with a bill. "Why," she said, "my certificate called for a free permanent wave!" ^ Yes, madam," the operator replied, "that is correct. There is no charge for the permanent." "But you have charged me for a haircut, a shampoo, a special rinse and a lot of other extras!" "Why, surely you didn't expect us to do all of that free, along with the permanent wave." "But I didn't need them and didn't want them. I had a haircut and shampoo day before yesterday! And .'our prices for these extras are twice what I would pay anywhere else. It's swindle!" "I only did the things that were ac- ually necessary. We insist upon hav- ng the hair in perfect condition be- 'ore undertaking a permanent. It i wouldn't be fair to our reputation otherwise." Mrs. Miller finally paid the bill. But on the way home she totaled the 'extras' and her carfare, telephone call and the fifty cent certificate. The FREE permanent, although far from satisfactory, had cost her fully as much as she regularly would have paid at a responsible, established place—to say nothing of the damage to her hair. Movie Is to Be (Continued from Page One) At the New SUNDAY St. MONDAY Faith Baldwin's "PO'RTIA ON TRIAL" —with— Walter Able, Frieda Inescourt Neil Hamilton,r Heather Angel TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY —Double Feature— PAUL KELLY-in"THE FRAME UP" —Also— JOHN HOWARD Of "Lost Horizon" Fame NAN GREY of "3 Smart Girls" —in— "LET THEM LIVE" THURSDAY & FRIDAY MOVITA and WARREN HULL —in— "PARADISE ISLE" COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which firm has served this community for thirty years has been duly Bonded to handle GOVERNMENT LOANS. Immediately upon receipt from you at this office of the Warehouse receipts and samples, we will class <he cotton and have check available immediately. Information will be gladly furnished upon request. E. C. BROWN PHONE 240 GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE What ever you do'. . .don't'overlook this attraction £' 4 \' SUN. MOM...& TUBS, EFFECTIVE NOW- New Matinee Days MON-WED&FRI SAT-SUN (As Usual) Wednesday Matinee \ FRI-SAT. "< - lOc Double Shows 20c lOc HOPE STAR —FOR— BARGAIN DAYS Let's Go! Storting EDWARD ARNOLD ! SHIRLEY ROSS JOHNHINT ' with MJKMVB.WiUIAMFftAWtfY< WBBt I FIOOS • FRANK CRAVEN SUN. MON. & TUES. NOTE EFFECTIVE NOW New Matinee Days TUES. « THURS. IOC SAT.-SUN. Same as Usual OEOR,. BUR** * sary for the child to be able to sing and danco to get a good part as all types of children are needed to fill out the cast. After the cast has been selected there will be three or four days of rehearsals, teaching them to act before tho sound camera and to talk over the micro- jhone. There will bo a small charge [or this training, however, there will be no charge for registering and tryouts. Children between the ages of 3 to 12 years wishing to try out for parts must •egistor at the Saenger Theater at once. When the casjing director ar- •ives in town he will get in touch with .hose who have registered and arrange tor try-outs. Rehearsals will not interfere with school work. •»•?•» CALL NUMBERS WED NITE ON WASH DAY Roweseutative JACK WITT r *$0 IN &ttt*< with JOAN FONTAINE * REGINALD GARDINER RAY NOBLE HI-SCHOQL LIBRARY BENEFIT NIGHT —On the Screen— JOHN BOLES, JACK QAKIE, — in— LUPINO "Fight For Your UAf —On the Staye— DH QUIZZER CASH fame —for the answers to bis questions. CASH FOR THE MAJCHi QUESTION

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