Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 30, 1937 · Page 3
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Kovemb|rgo, HOPE STAB, #OPE, ARKANSAS MaMiMbi^Bia^kidL^ JflH Columbus Mrs. J. C. Wilson of Birmingham, Ala., spent Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson Sr. Mr. and Mrs, L. D. Owens of Little flock, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Slicpperson. Mrs. David Wilson has returned from a visit with relatives in Texurknna. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. White spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. fl, E. Jnckson and children of Hope were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson. Mrs. L. A. Foster of Hope spent several days last week with Mrs. C. W. Wilson. R. C. Slunrt attended the funeral of Mr. Breedlove in Hope Sunday afternoon. IT'S CHRISTMAS At COX'S X Our Big Stock of Christmas (rifts Is now complete. Use our convenient Lny-Away Plan nnd avoid being disappointed by finding us "Just out" of that clever fflfl you had selected. A .small down payment will hold your .selection. FOR HER WHITMAN'S Sampler Package America's most famous candy, in Xtnas Dress. 1-2-3 or 5 ib. boxes. Per $ Lb. 1 .50 AIRMA1D HOSE J What could In- more appropriate than n \mx of the:,c cxtrn sheer, , long wearing hose. Per pair—$1.00 y Lentheric Cabana Tito supreme perfume Klft. Contains Bo(|tict Tweed, Shanghai. Miracle. $1.95 to $3.00 Other Lcntherlc Gift Packages $2.50 to $12.50 DRESSER SETS latest jJuipc.s In Pyralln, Clols- soiine niul Chrome. From $1.59 to $5.98 These comb, lirush and mirror sets nro always appropriate as u (rift. BARBARA GOULD Home Treatment Set. |i A complete outfit for the care of ;j tho skin by this famous Salon. $1.00 Boudoir Lamps FOR HIM Packard Electric Razor.! Give him the electric that everyone Is talking of. $15.00 SHEAFFER Pen and Pencil Sets A variety of sizes and colors. From $2.95 to $15.00 ZIPPER BILL FOLDS With change purse, pass curd hold cr. New band stamped designs, leather. 89c to $3.98 Pull Match Ash Tray |g Clever new ash tray that is very,L practicable. ! l« $1.00 William's fk Men's }te Package !^ A $1.51) worth ofaj .shaving needs T« for— In $1.00 ffi Lentheric Men's Gift | Shaving Sets | Boxed in stylish Xmas package an no extra charge for (he box. f $1.50 to $5.00 / Zipper Shaving Sets » All leather kits completely fitted™ with all a man needs while traveling. $1.59 to $9.98 PO-DO GOLF BALLS An outdoor man's gift. New and bcnu- t i f u I designs. N o v e r before seen in Hope. Box of 12 $2.69 ZENITH 5S220 — American and Foreign Broadcasts, 5" Speaker, Tone Control. Local Station Indicators. (540-18,400 K.C.), 15 Inches high. ZENITH 5S220 — American and Foreign Broadcasts. 5" Speaker, Tone Control, Local Station Indicators, (540-18,400 K. C,). 11 Inches high. CALL US FOB ( FREE HOME '- v DEMONSTRATION LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE M Give » Zenith Radio this year. The gift that will give joy and happiness for years to come. AMERICA'SvMOST COPIED RADIO . . AGAIN A YEAR AHEAD Toys-Dolls Games of all kinds lor tho Kiddies. I Practicable Gifts for All the Family. ; Reasonably Priced. ;John P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamp$<j X"*H C ^ • ^rm»< J \J^ V*^ V^d^ '%IIIMM P %» MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 321 Thy Mysllc Borderland There is a mystic borderland Uiat lies Just past the limits of our workday world And it is peopled with the hearts we met And loved a year, a month, a week or day, And parted from with aching hearts, yet knew That through the distance wo must lose the hold Of hand and hand, and only clasp the thread Of memory. But still so close we feel this land So sure we are that these same hearts arc true, That when in waking dreams there comes a call Tliat sols the thread of memory aglow, We know that just by stretching out the hand In written word of love, or book, or flower, The waiting hand will clasp our own once more Across the distance in the same old way.—Selected. The Brookwood P. T. A. will meet at 3:15 Wednesday afternoon at the Brookwood school. All interested parents arc urged to be present. Mrs. Ada Tallcy, formerly of this city, now of Davis, Okla., has spent ^TONITE (TUESDAY) 1C LADIES Admitted for When accompanied by one PAID 2(1 L- ticket to see "BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY" —a fast moving gay musical'. WED-THUR Wed. 1:30 Matinee lOc Wendy Barrie, Walter Pidgcon and Kent Taylor in— "A GIRL WITH IDEAS" ENDS FRED — ASTAIRE Burns & Allen "A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS" WED-NITE ONLY I HI-SCHOOL LIBRARY BENEFIT 8:30 "DR. QUIZZER of Kadi CASH $10.oo On the Stage at of Kadio fame —for the answers. in cash for the answer to the major question. —on tho screei 7:15 &9;15 IDA IUPINO MARGOT ORAHAME the past week visiting with friends and relatives in and near the city. The Pat Clcburne chapter, U. D, C. will meet at 2:30 Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Chas. Huynes, West Second street. The Paisley P. T. A. will hold its regular' monthly meeting Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the. Paisley school. This will be the last meeting before Christmas and a full attendance is urged. The following marriage account clipped from the Dallas News will be of interest to the people in this city, the father of the bride, Dr. Fred Middlebrooks belonged to that crowd of Hope boys, who have gone out into the world and made good: "A marriage of interest throughout the state is that of Miss Leah Hope Middlcbrooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Middlebrooks of Nacogdoches, Texas, to Dr. Jesse Norris Tucker of Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tucker, 1827 Moser which took place at 8 p. m. Saturday at First Baptist church in Nacogdoches. The Reverend T. A. Middlebrooks of Hope, Ark., grandfather of the bride performed the wedding ceremony before an altar banked with smilax, palms and white chrysanthemums. While cathedral tapers burned in candelabra. Mrs. H. T. Howard and Miss Kathryn Gilchrist gave the wedding music. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was gowned in a Vionet model of while satin. Her veil of bridal illusion was'attached to « cap of princess lace and seed pearls. Sine carried a bouquet of calla lilies. Miss Ellen Middlebrooks attended her sister as maid of honor, and Mrs. Frank M. Wilson, sisler of the bridegroom was matron of honor. The brides maids were Miss Ann Middlcbrooks sister of the bride and Miss Ruby Neel Ivcy. All of the atlendants were gowned in peacock blue satin frocks made on princess lines, and they carried bronze chrysanthemums. Jesse N. Tucker attended his son as best man. The ushers were L. E. Berry and John Fitzkerald, both of Houston, Frank M. Wilson, Waco and George Middlebrook of Nacogdoches, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, after the ceremony. Mrs. David P. Knight of Kernel presided at the diamond shaped wedding cake, which was decorated with calla lilies. Miss Martha Sharpc was in charge of Ihe bride's book. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will reside in Houston, Texas. Mrs. Tucker selected a brown three piece suit for her traveling costume and wore alligator accessories. She received her B. A. and M, A. degrees from Baylor University. Dr. Tucker, also, is a graduate of Baylor and received his M. D. from Baylor ' Medical college. He is a member of 2 Big Features ft Big Hits L TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY No. 1 Frame Up" i O • — with— W • PAUL KELLY |^^ • JACQUELINE VVELI^i ^^kV GEORGE McKAV N O. 2! "LET THEM John Howard , Nan Grey Robert Wilcox Judith Barrett I THURSDAY & KIUPAY "PARADISE ISLE" with M O V T T A WARREN HULL Have your winter Suit dry cleaned in our modern plant—pressed by experts — delivered promptly. PHONE 385 HALL BROS, Cleaners & Hatters GO SMARTLY DRESSED BE WARM IN A Printes Sport Coats LADIES' Specialty Shop BETTE TAKES A BOUGH In spite of the wide spread til Ha front leg?, the English bulldog passes its hind legs outside of the front legs when running. .... Sixteen years, 8 months, 3 days afld 8 hours Wili be spent in sleep by the average man of 20 before he reaches the age of seventy. BETTE DAVIS climbs trees and everything for relaxation in the Hollywood countryside. You see her now playing hook- ey from the Warner Studio where she is filming "Jezebel." Phi Chi fraternity." The Bay View Reading cluh will hold its regular meeting at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Free! H. Harrison, South Pine Hlrcet, with Mr.s. Hugh Smith leading Die program on contemporary women poets. • Otto Middle-brook and two daughters of Homer, La., wtre Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Middlebrook. -O- v Mrs. John McGill of Little Rock is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Middlebrook. Red Cross Fund Is . Over $800 Mark Hempsteacl Roll Call Campaign Will Be Closed Thursday Wayne H. England, chairman of the Hempsteacl County Red Cross Roll Membership drive, announced Tuesday that the campaign would come to an end Thursday. He appealed to rural chairman of Fulton, Spring Hill, Washington, Ozan and Bingcn communities to send in their reports at once. All other rural chairmen have reported. Solicitation of funds in Hope closed last week. The Hcv. Bert Webb served as chairman of the city drive. Miss Ruby Leslie of Helton and Monroe Samuels of DcAnn, chairmen of their communities, reported tabulations Tuesday. The total fund to date is $800.69 Previously reported $779.6' Mrs. Hattic West 1.0 Mrs. L. A. Foster 1.0 £. Duclney 1.0 O. J. Phillips 1.0' liclton Report Miss Ruby Leslie l.Oi Alfred Peler.s 1.0 L. A. Manning l.Ol Mrs. J. L. Eley l.OC J. W. Siddons l.Of S. F. Leslie l.OC Mrs. S. F. Leslie l.OC Samuel Leslie- 1.01 James Leslie 1.0( Mrs. . W. Roberts 2: Cash .7 RcAnn Report Jessie Burke 1.00 C. G. Crilchlow . ... 1.00 C. B. O'Steen 1.00 Roy Burke . . .. 1.00 Cecil Gainmill 1.00 Monroe Samuel . 1.00 !. S. Samuel 1.00 'Total ?800.69 Wholesale Goods (Continued from Page One) for a total of $379,000 in October, 1936. volving liabilities of 5173,000 during October, as compared with 26 defaults THOXINE SOOTHES ALL THE WAY DOWN .. . THEN ACTS FROM WUHIN. Get relief from Sore Throat and Coughs due to colds—and get it quick. With very first swallow.THOXINE, the tntertial throat medicine, soothes soreness, helps loosen phlegm, eases hard swallowing. Unlike gargles thai reach only about "upper H" of .irritation, THOXINE also acts deep in throat and through the system as well. Best tot children, too. 100% satisfaction or druggist returns your money. 356 &%< $1-00. JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. -ALL HOME OWNERS— f We Invite Your Inquiry TERMITE CONTROL At Reasonable Prices Home Service Co. Hope Roy Allison, Mgr. Ark. major productions, according to the United St;itc« Department of Agriculture's report b:u>cd on November 1 conditions, exceeded those of a year ago, mid in most instances arc larger than the five year (1928-32) average." As reported by Dun & Bradstreet, there were 1'J commercial failures in- INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Orville W. Erringer State Klanagcr Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositor Corp Denver, Colorado. $16.95 DRESSES FOR $4.98 The Gift Shop PHONE 252 The Best in Motor Oils Gold Seal 100% Peim., qt. - 25c The New Sterling Oil, qt _.... 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Ilopt-Cpcu Day & Kite JACK and SECK SHORT ORDERS Chili Mac—Hot Pork Sandwiches 216 South Walnut , READY FOR THE BIG RUSH? Meet the Xmas Social Whirl with con- fidcncc. Let one of our experts select the Hair Style best suited for you. With our attractive coiffure, manicure, a glowing complexion you will be successful socially, TI jy Call For An Appointment Today I SIBYL'S BEAUTY SHOP | ffiPhone 86 Balcony Cox Drug| Herloise Miller, Manager £ SAY! Guess What YOU Are Going to Get for Christmas! It's easy to guess what if you use Duggar's system—and easy to GET what you want too! Follow directions: HERE'S HOW! Read through these Items—choose the one's you want—put a big X beside your choice, along with your first name (Pet names work swell too). Fold the paper with this ad on the outside, and casually lay it where Dad or hubby, or boy-friend can't miss it. Results will surprise you! NIGHTIES—$1.98 You've heard of the "Gay Nineties"—these are gay nighties! Soft, fluffy little satins and crepes, lace trimmed and tailored, printed or plain, belted, or fitted, without belts. Economically priced at—$1.98, NIGHTIES—2.95, 3.95 Smooth, rich, rippling satins— printed satins, brocaded satins, plain with lace trim satins, dozens of gorgeous nighties to choose from. Blue, tearose, yellow, dusty pink— every wanted color, in every needed size—$2.95—$3.95. PAJAMAS—1.19, 1.95 "Tom-Girl" printed broadcloth Pajamas, with long sleeves, satin trimmed—51.95. Of course they're mannish—plain broadcloth in masculine types at only—$1.19. PAJAMAS—2.95 "Tom Girl" Pajamas of lovely silk crepe, tailored types, with short sleeves—others of smooth glimmering satin, trimmed in lace—52.35. PANTIES—49c How about it Santa Glaus? A half dozen of these clever satin striped rayon silk panties! Tailored types, made by Kayser. 49c each.. PANTIES-^-98c Another swell tip to Santa—Glove silk, lace trimmed and embroidered panties, as well as tailored types —by Kayser at 98c. BAGS—1.95, 2.95 "Reymor" bags—that pliable, satiny soft material, with a year's guarantee. Moire silk lined, fully fitted. Black, brown, green, blue— priced at only 51.95 and 52.95. ROBES—5.95, 6.95 Now here is something! Satins, Taffetas, Crepe, Moire Silk, Wool Flannel, Patter-moss, in black, blue, red, brown, shrimp, pink—just every color you could want—some fitted, and zippered, others double breasted, with quilted collars and tailored—still another group with puffed sleeves, notched lapels, swing skirts, and full backs. Positively the most clever. we have seen at anywhere near the price— $5.95 and 56.95. ROBES—9,95 Gorgeous is the word—Zippered, flowing velvets, that are fitted types, stand up collars, and peaked shoulders. Rhinestone buttons. You have been accustomed to paying twelve and fifteen dollars for robes like these—save the difference and buy another gift. Only 59.95. HOUSE SHOES—1.95 Nice warm furry things—quilted satins in red or blue, with white furred top. Soft comfy leather soles, medium heels, with hard leather taps. Priced at $1,49. A dozen other types priced 1,00 to 2.45. dmir&trSti COSTU/AH HOSIERY Admiration, sheer, clear, beautiful Jiose, made by the special patented "Mystery Twist" process. Colors: Andes, Copperwing, High Noon, Incatan, Rio. Burnt Sugar, Footlight, Vallet, and Gaiety. Take ad- vanage of our "three-in-a-box" offer. Admiration 2-thrcad, pair .... $1.15 Three pairs in a box $3.30 Admiration 2-thread, pair $1.00 Three pairs in a box $2.85 Admiration 3-thrcad, pair .. 85c Three pairs in a box , „. $2.40 KAYSER, 2-thread, pair $1.00 Three pairs in a box $2.85 It's a Gift to Cm Thriftily SHOP AT DUGGAR'S Ladies Ready-to-Wear—SHOES 111 West Second

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