Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 29, 1937 · Page 3
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November 29,1037 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS The LI (tic Graces Ench lovely, unexpected (hing I sec Along the highway of my common day Wnkes in my heart a singing melody Which (ravels with me all the weary way. Sometimes it is a clump of blossoms, wild and sweet, Which lift pure faces from the dusty grass. Sometimes when children run with enger feet My own youth quickens, just (o sec them pass. No day so grey, but some odd golden gleam Brightens to sudden radiance, and 1 see- As if Heaven's doors were opened in a drcaw — The lender grace of God's divinity. — Selected. Mi.vs Maurice Thomas has returned to the Magnolia A. & M. after a few days visit with relatives in the city. ~O- Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral .services for Mr. George R. Hrncdlove, held from the home of Mr. jiiul Mrs. Roy Anderson, Sunday afternoon wore Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Portcrfield and Miss Josic Anderson Little Hock nnd Mrs. Bill O'Brien of Shrcveport. La. -O- The Brook wood P. T. A. will hold its regular monthly meeting at 3:15 Wednesday afternoon at the Brookwood school. All parents arc urged to be present. -O~ Mr. and Mrs. R. T. May and Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M. LaCirone Jr.. were weekend visitors in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Horvoy and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sidney Itervey and 1:30 Matinees MON. WED. & FRI. Here's a great show! Edward Shirley ARNOLD ROSS NKW SHOW WEDNESDAY— Rcnufiful Joan Fontaine with —and—• HUKNS & ALLEN —in— "DAMSEL in DISTRESS" W WED.-NITE Hope Hi-School Library Uenofit —On Screen— JOHN BOLES—IDA LUl'INO "Fight for Your Lady" —On S(ai4u— "DR. QUIZZER' — — - - —mvfirds for (he answers fo his many i|iicstions! baby of 7'exarkana, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Reed. ~O- Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cook and Miss Jean Will have returned to Little Rock after a Thanksgiving visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thco P. Witt, -O- Mrs. Dill O'Brien of Shreveporl, La., was the week-end guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Tom McLarty and other relatives. -O- Arnong the out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral held at the First Methodist church Saturday afternoon for J. W. Lee who passed on at the home of hi.s daughter, Mrs. Roy Slephenson and Mr. Stophenson in this city on Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Bordcn Lee of Marshall, Texas, W. D. Leo and Charles Anderson of Center Point, Robert and Arthur Lee and Roy Chamberlain of Little Rock, Mrs. J. B. Luskey of Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Collie of Malvern and Mrs. W. D. Brotisc of Benton. ~O- Mr. and Mrs. Finley Ward entertained Hi an informal Turkey dinner on Sunday al their allraclivc apartment on South Main street. { The damask covered table was centered with a Thanksgiving suggestion, a round mat of green pine needles, with the pine cones and miniature turkeys surrounded by small colorful tapers, cenl- ered with one large red lighted taper. Covers were laid for Mrs. J. J. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward and son. James Hannah. Miss Lucy Hannah and Mr. and Mrs. Finely Ward and son Bobby. -O~ ( Miss Gwendolyn Dean of Teachers College. Conway, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs, I ma Dean. -O- Among friends and relatives other than the immediate! family attending the funeral held in Prescott Saturday afternoon for the late B. H. Buchanan, who passed on in Texarkana Friday morning were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Price, -Miss Billy Price and Mrs. W. M. Evans of Shreveporl. La., Mr. and Mrs. Bob WHmoth, Jack Hardy, Paul Ravcsier. Roy Nelson and Ted Mabry of Texarkana, Penny Well and Mrs. C. Tucker of Tucker of Gurdon, Billy Duckell, Hamilton Hancgan, C. S. Walker, C. D. Uickerson, Max Cox, Will Orion, Rev. and Mrs. Fred R. Harrison. Mrs. D w B. Thompson. Mrs. C. D. Lester, Mrs. E. C. Brown, Mrs. R. V. Herndon of Hope. Arkansas Colleges Study Conference More Satisfactory Athletic Setup Will Be Sought CONWAY, Ark.-(/P,-Arkansas colleges laid aside football equipment Sunday find prepared lor a conference at Little Rock Saturday out of which may come n complete realignment of stale nlhletic relationship. Arkansas Slnlc Teachers College here won the state championship for the second straight your, running its list of consecutive victories without a defeat or tic to 10. Arkansas Tech, beaten only by the Teachers, again held second place while the other schools finished in order, Hondrix, Henderson, Monticello A. and M and Arkansas State of Jfmesboro. Ouaehila College of Arkadclphla was the only other school (o support a fool- ball team and it was "outlawed" from intraslale competition. 'Magnolia A. nnd M. (|uit at the start of the season and Arkansas College of Batesvillc, College of the O/arks and Little Rock Junior College did not attempt to arrange a football schedule. Collii|)sc of football til some of the .smaller schools and severance of relations between Hendrix and Teachers hit box offices a heavy blow, officials reported. The financial strain and unsatisfactory athletic setup paved the way for a renovation of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Athletic Association at its annual meeting hero Saturday. Chief proposal forwarded has been the arrangement of home-and-homc schedules between schools whose teams are regarded as "equals." Arkansas State of Jonesboro, Monlicello and Magnolia already have announced such a schedule for next year with Die added innovation of making the contests free to the public. Wally's Pal Weds Her Ex-HusBand PAGE THREE King Edward-Wallis Warfleld-Ernest Simpson ™ SimrLnT^V 1 Fair W c °? un * **£ th£ > marriage ornert Simpson to his former wife s. girlhood chum, Mrs. Mary Kirk Raffray. The historic throne rocking romance was set in motion by'Mrs. RafTray when she introduced WaDis Warfleld to the handsome Loridon Guardsman in 1925. The new Mrs. Simpson and Captain Simpson are pictured after their marriage, which they had advanced a week in an unsuccessful attempt to evade publicity. Mr. and Mrs. Dave McMillan of Arkadelphia and Dr. Victor Allen and daughter, Dorothy of Tulsa. Okla.. LAST TIMES MONDAY 7: and 3 Feature at 7:39 mid 9:37 Also—"Important News" Technicolor Musical—News TUES. & WED. Double Feature No. 1. "Let Them Live" with Nan Grey, John Howard No. 2. "Frame Up" with PAUL KELLY JACQUELINE WELLS Nashville to Be Scene of Meeting Methodists to Send Large Delegations to the Conference LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—W—The Little Rock and North Arkansas confer- nces of the Methodist Episcopal :hurch. South, will send large delega- | lions to the church's educational council meeting at Nashville, Tcnn., December 9-15. The meeting has been designated the "Aldcrsfratc" session and the program will stress the Aldcrsgate com- momonrlion now in progress throughout the church under Ihc direction of the college of bishops. Purpose of the commeroration, church leaders said, is to emphasize, church leaders said, to emphasi/o the "importance of a personal experience in religion" and to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the evangelical conversion of John Wesley, Methodism's founder, at Ald- crsgalc in London in 1938. Among Arkansans expected to attend Ihc meeting arc Dr. J. H. Rcy- j nolds, Conway; Dr. M. J. Russell, Valley Springs; Dr. Nat R. Griswold, Con, way; Dr. C. J. Greene, Conway; the : Rev. Sam B. Wiggins, Conway; the | Rev. James W. Workman, Fayetleville; I the Rev. Roy Bcvan, Magnolia; the 1 Rev. J. M. Hamilton, Monticello; the Rev. H. H. Griffin, Jonesboro; the Rev. Glen F. Sanford, Conway; Ihc Rev. Clem Baker, Litllc Rock; the Rev. I. A. Brumley, Conway; the Rev. Leland Clcsg, Magnolia; Dr. J. M. Williams, ( Conwn; J. S. M. Cannon, Little Rock; i Mis. C. B. Nelson, Little Rock; Robert i N. Acbaugh, Paragould; Miss Theda Belle Findley; the Rev. Arthur Terry, Pino Bluff; Mrs. Ira Brumley, Conway Miss Lulii Doyle Baird, Morrilton; Mrs Clay E. Smith and Miss Fay McRae Litlle Rock. PWA toBe Closed (Continued from Page One) lice Department studies looking to strengthening of the la%vs to control monopoly. "The whole policy is in the formative slate," Jackson said, adding he reported on the department's present efforts to enforce the anti-trust laws. Cases are pending against the Aluminum Company of America and several oil companies in an action being tried in Madison, Wis. The president in his message to the special session cited a need for changes in existing law to give small businesses a better chance to compete with the larger. Legislation, however, is expected to go over until the regular session starting in January. With Secretary Ickes, who also is Public Works administrator, the executive went over plans for closing out the PWA. He also discussed several projects whose costs have increased or decreased since he approved them originally. Ickcs said it would take! about two years more to complete PWA liquidation, even though locations for now projects ceased several; months ago.. The secretary of the interior, under whose department the new slum clearance authority has been set up, described the president's latest move {o encourage private financing of a large scale housing program, to be dealt with in a message to Congress Monday^ as the "best thing you can do" to cpmbat the business slump." Merger Assured (Continued from Page One) and the Methodist Protesetant church. The action of Ihe Louisiana Conference of the Melhoe*it Church South in approving the reunion plan, 215 'to 10, virtually clinched the reunion plan. The 95 conferences in the Northern branch of the church and 17 of the 24 in the Methodist Protestant • groups already had approved the merger by substantial majorities of both lay and $16.95 DRESSES FOB $4.98 The Gift Shop PHONE 252 cleHe members, flic Church South announced that 41 of the 43 conferences voted T,55? fof the plan and 1,247 against. Only the Cuban and Chinese group* have yet to vote. Their votes cannot change (he final result. Immediately after the expected ap- pravaf by this Southern church a standing commission &n the merger proposal will call' A conference, which must meet within It months. ftitie hundred delegates, 400 each from the North ahd South branches and 100 from the Protestant group, will attend the conference which will arrange tot the first general conference of the united church. During the interim between the Birmingham approval and the first united general conference, subcommis- sio'ns of the churches will plan details of th» union of the various benevolent, educational, publishing; ritual and property ownership agencies of the churches. The new Methodist church will be divided into five geographical jurisdictional groups and one racial group in the United States. One of the major changes will provide for the election of bishops by jurisdictioanal groups rather than by general eongerencc as under the present setup. Church leaders said this would provide a more democratic Episcopal administration. The bishops then would serve the entire church as an Episcopal council, yet each would be directly to the jurisdiction by which he w4l elected. a cold strikes . , . don't take needless risks Treat Colds This PROVED Way WHY experiment? Vicks Vapo- W Bub has been doubly waved lor you... proved by everyday use ln IP or .? homes than any other medication of, its kind; further proved by the largest clinical tests ever made on colds. (See full de — , •»»» *.*u, MU w»» \«\ji\AOt \kJUC .11111 UC" tails in each VapoRub package.) ' "Icks givi proof. , VapoRub is the w •-.JLSWJ.VUW L/n\sn Only Vicks give you such proof. » Mf WAWUW *O IflJC -, ^direct external I'• • 11'< i rltreatment. No fr-H I fr-U |'W»B"-no risk ' " , ^ 7 "of stomach upsets. Simply massage it on the throat, chest, and back (as illustrated). Relief starts almost at once. You begin to feel warm and comfort- able as VapoRub starts working direct .through the skin like a poultice. At the same time, its medl* cated .vapors—released < by the warmth of the body—are carried direct to the irritated air^ with every'br'ealh." This double action loosena phlegm — relieves irritation and coughing—helps break local congestion, Repeat treatment at bedtime, After restful sleep comes, VapoRub keeps right on working, hour after hour. Often, ^^ ^__ . ^ _^_ by morning *~ ^~ """ "" "* "**^ the worst of the cold is over. VIA WU10.U1£, liUUl VtiVSJ. VJSi$S Double Eagle Stamps At Robison's Every Wednesday Through December Double Savings for You On Your Xmas Purchases We Give Eagle Stamps THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Geo. W. Robison & Co. HOPE PRESCOTT NASHVILLE GO SMARTLY DRESSED BE WARM IN A Printzess Sport Coats LADIES' Specialty Shop The New Ford V-8 For 1938 goes on display at our showroom TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 You are cordially invited to be among the first to see the new Ford V-8 for 1938. This year, Ford will offer two distinctive new lines of cars, differing in appearance, body size and price. We will be pleased to have you visit our showroom and get full information at our premier showing. HOPE AUTO CO. Your FORD Dealer Hope Ark. were Sunday Guests of Mi.ss Frances McMillan and old Hope friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. LaGrone Sr. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1h(u>. Hughes in Texarkona, -Q— A wedding thai will be of interest to her many friends in Hope is thai of Mi.ss Mildred Miller to W. J. Paxton of Baton Rouge, La. Miss Miller is the daughter of Mrs. H. A. Miller of this 'city. The ceremony wa.s perforced at Ihe homo of flev. W. A. Corkin, pastor of the l.strounia Baptist church no Wednesday November 24. Mr. Paxton is a graduate of L. S. U. and is an employe of the C. H. Bebcrt department store of Baton Rouge, La. B. H. Alford of Mimlen, La., has been visiting with his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Collins and Mr. Collins in Hope. Mrs. Howard M. Thrclkcld has returned home from San Antonio, Texas, where she attended Section Three convention of the National Association of School Secretaries. -O- Word has been received here of the death of J. W. Sullon, 305 Oakdale .-.venue, Toledo, Ohio, in that city November C. Mr. Sutton is survived by his widow, Mrs. Maude Sutton, the former Maude Ward, of Toledo, and three grown children who live in C'offeyville, Kun. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this opportunity of thanking our neighbors and friends for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our father, W. G. Powelk We also wish to express our heart- fell gratitude for the many beautiful floral offerings. We ;jlsi> extend our thanks to the quartet which served us in our hour of bereavement. We also wish to thank the Rev. Mr. Silvey. —The Children. More than 300 years ago, a crude submarine, to be propelled by oars, was constructed in England under the reign of James 1. It proved of no value except us a furiosity. V Indians gather wild turnips on the prairies and dry them until they are as hard as billiard balls. In the wintertime, they are soaked until .soft and eaten raw ov in slews, .Notice the pure white cigarette paper... notice how every Chesterfield is like every other Chesterfield—the sattie size and every one round, firm and well- filled. Notice when you smoke one how Chesterfields are milder and how different they taste. That's due to the careful way Chesterfield tobaccos are aged and blended. Mild ripe tobaccos and pure cigarette paper .. that's why they're MILDER why they TASTE BETTER \ we you MORE PLEASURE 9 1?37, TOBACCO Co.

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