Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1935 · Page 3
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October 30,, 1986 ,, HOPE, STAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE Mfs. titd Henry Telephone 821 For everywhere you turn you find Swift free adventure of thc mind, The lift of change; all but <ho blind Must see thin bright lip-surging hope Of new adjustment, wider scope, And closer kinship of mankind. Men thrill to selfless leadership, Respond to courage, to thc grip Of friendly hands and virile will; The Individual must pass, And yet the racial strain—the mass— Endures and fights and conquers still! Out of old failure everywhere New ventures blossom; ho despair But may bud in some ardent hour To bloom of hope and pelalcd flower. So, be (lie battle what it may, Give me today—Selected. Garbo and March at the Saenger "Anna Karenina" With Famed Cast Here Thursday and Friday Orcla Garbo's twentieth picture for the American public, "Anna Karenina" which comes Thursday and Friday to . . ti „ - -, . . , , the Saengcr, can safely be acclaimed ed that Hal owoen celebrators refrain i hcp lcst iclurc , from extending their pranks nnd eel- For M wh)ch a , so servos M hor Cbrallons to the cemetery. Last year, • Tc , )th Annivorsary piclurCi Garbo has some mistaken ceiebrator or celc- , )Ccn surroun(led wi(h her finest sup . brntors saw fit to carry their fun to, „ , hol . Mt su rb sel(in g s Rose Mill Cemetery, doing consider-P |)(1 „ st one of |hp worW , g gre . )t . able dnmngc. please don t repeat this cst lh hw bcen trflnsfclTC( , f nllhlu |. mistake, as it will not be considered , from Lco Tolstoy . s dramatic clas- innoccnt fun by thc Inw. rpecial guests. A most tempting dinner wns served to 47. During the din- tier hour nn appropriate program was given. It Is especially requested nnd urg- ,,, ' „ ,, , ... „„,,. Misses Paulino and Lo tie Wllhnms sjc to thc scrccn Fredric March ns Count Vronsky, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank J-lowson of De- Queen \vcrc week end guest.'; of Mrs. Howson's mother, Mrs. M. H. Barlow. Jockey R. R. Simpson of Chicago, fi.rmcrly young Dick Simpson of this cily is spending n few days in the city, the guest of home folks, en route to'Dallas where he will train for the Dallas Fair riding. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Southerland were Tuesday night dinner guests at thc Barlow Hotel en route to their homo in St. Louis from nn automobile tour of the South. Mr. Southerland is southern manager of F. E. Compton & Company. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Fontaine were recent guests of Miss Elmlna Fontaine and Miss Lullo Allen en route to their home in Ranger, Texas, from a visit in Shroveport. Mrs. Rtiffin White, Mrs. Lile Moore. Misses Annie Allen, Elizabeth White and Marguerite Taylor were Tuesday visitors in Texarkana. Mrs. Percy Sharp and little son Percy III. of Mooringsport, La., arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank .HcarnC. Mrs. C. E. Bdl mwl Miss Margaret Bell of Texarkaiia were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bridewell. • Mi.«s Fanny Alexander of Fayottc- ville is the guest of hcr sister, Mrs. H. O. Kylcr and Mr. Kylcr. Mrs. J. F. Smith and Mrs. Joe Tarpley were Tuesday visitors in Gurdon. Mrs. Otis Park of Fulton is thc guest of Mrs. Fred Holt in Warren, Ark. o- Miss Pauline Park was the Sunday guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Misses Paulino and bo lie wimams (he dashi ,, B Mlng Rllsslnn O f ficcr who enUM-tmnod a group of their friends |na G(irbo>s , ovc nnt| , ears hcr nw . iy Tuesday night at their home on East i from hcr , nlsbnnd (Bnsil R ut hbone) Division at a Ho loween, party. Those j nm , hcr , |UJc S(m (Frcddle Bartholo- present were Lois Lamb, Virgie Sul- j mtw) Frcdr|c March turns in onu of ton, Mnrjor.c Button Marcolcte Clark., h , g fincsl pcrformunccs . Wanda Collins, Rosalyn Morgan, Har- ( K arcnin, the husband, Rathbone old Hamitcr Weaver Collins, Winfred tg h , fl f||lc rformnncc of Murd . Huckabee, Dale Barnum, Hester Oil- ._..._ ver, Lee Scott, Artie Armstrong, Gale Williams and Norman Scale. After nn evening of interesting games, a delightful ice course was served. Man and His Load of Sin, Is Sermon Rev. Bert Webb Preaches Tuesday Night From Text of Isaiah 5:18 Ethiopia's Benedict Arnold Bows to Hfs New Master stone in "David Coppcrficld," which brought him to the forefront of featured players. Others in the cast who win honor- nble mention are Maureen O'Sullivan, May Rpbson, Reginald Owen. Phoebe i Foster,'Gyles Isham, Cora Sue Collins and Reginald Denny. "Anna KarcninB" is the sixth pic- lure that Clarence Brown his directed for Garbo, and it stands out as the finest achievement of his directorial career. David O. Scl/nick was the producer and William Daniels, the cameraman, has presented a lovelier and more happy Garbo than ever before. Mr;;. R. R. Cornelius, Lcwisville. where she en route to is n member of the Public Schogl facylty, ..from a visit in Arkaflclphia. *"'" Mrs. T. A. Middlcbrooks has. returned from a two weeks visit will: her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Nash and Dr. Nash in Dallas, Texas and hcr son, Dr. Fred Middlebrooks in Nncog- dochcs, Texas. ^ Circles No. 3 and 5 of thc W. M. U. of First Baptist church were hosts on Monday evening to the R. A. boys of the church, and their fathers ns The text for the Rev. Bert Webb's Tuesday night message at the Hope Gospel 1 Tabernacle, "A Man Hitched to a Wagon," was Isaiah 5:18, "Woe un- .o'those that druw iniquity with cords of .vanity, and sin as it were with a cart • rope." ."In Memphis it is quite a common sight to see negro men pulling large ' National Geographic Society of Washington, for this comparison, kindly worked out at my request yesterday). Minister Leaves Safely DJIBOUTI, French Samoliland — (/P) -A personal telegram from Premier and carts:, considerably larger than the Mussolini praising his courage an usual-hand cart," Mr. Webb said, "and discretion during thc trying days i somehow, seeing these men pull their Addis Ababa grtetcd Court Luigi Vin- heavy loads became associated in my , ci-Gigliucci, Italian minister, when he mind with thc heavy load of sin many arrived Tuesday after his expulsion arc .pulling today. It is a most pitiful from Ethiopia. thing to sec a man going through life) A sleepless night of travel ended milling a heavy load of sin given to when he was greeted at the station him by the devil. I here at 2:30 n. m. by the cheers of "When God says 'Woe unto you' it blackshirtcd Fascists and thc enthu- docs not necessarily mean that He is ' siaslic embraces of friends in the Ital- pronouncing your doom, but that He ia" colony. is .interested in you. In the text Obviously relieved at leaving the Isaiah first mentions thc Cords of' hostile country, thc count spent most Vanity. Little things that arc not of the day sleeping at the Italian min- vcry sinful in themselves, almost istry. Djibouti, bustled with activity nothing.'we think, but these little ever the arrival only a few hours later cords, bound and twisted together, of an Ethiopian party including Tccle become the cartrope of sin. Tonight Hawariate, recent de egate to the let's take thc superficial away and League of Nations and minister to look at this thing as it actually is. | __. When you start to analyze what is keeping you from serving thc Lord, Better Collect The successful man v&S lecturing to an admiring audience. r "I must say," he concluded, "that t owe everything I have to my wife." "Hey," shouted a .tradesman at the back of the hall, 'You're not forgetting my bill, arc yer?"—Paddington Gazette and Weekly Register (England). The value of the linen in Buck ingham Palace has been figured at $40,000. HELPS AVOID MANY COLDS aid for nose and upper throat, whet* most colds Start. Used in time, helps prevent many cold*. VlCKS VA TRO NOL (Copyright, 1935, NEA Service, .Inc.) Here you sec Hail? Selassie Gugsn, son-in-law of Emperor Haile^Selassle, sealing his notoriety as.Ethi- opia's'traitor. In a pliolo -,lowu to Home from Adlgrat, telephoned, to London and rushed to America, Ongsa Is pictured (In center foreground with back to camera), bowing before \vhite-bcarded-General'de Uono, Italian commander, following tils cnrefullj staged surrender, together with household and soldiers. Subsequently de Bonn made Clugsa governor.of Ihe conn uered.TJsre'province. • '..-.' Paris, rind two sens of. the Ethiopia minister to London. They left. Inter for Addis Ababa. Old Socks, Woolens Are Sold for Rugs "' 2-Hour Wrestling Card Wednesday Williams vs. Zaharias to GRAHAM. T<:xas-</P)— Old socks and discarded woolens, transformed into hooked nigs, solved financial problems for two young farm housewives hero. Fair prizes brought sums in addition lo sales. Mrs. H. G. Millican of Loving received a dining room suite in exchange for her hooked "orientals,!' while- Mrs. John R. Selh of South Bend has a big start on an endowment for her 5-year-old son's future lege expenses. col- Goose feathers were favored by early writers for making quill pens, and quills from the left wing were preferable. Be Feature at American Legion Arena Hope wrestling fans arc promised a good card here Wednesday night when Lefty Williams and Chris Zaharias tangle in the two-hour feature, event at the American Legion, arena on East Second street. Both have appeared here before, but Wednesday night will be the first time for them to clash in a feature event. Both arc meanies. Thc semi-final will bring .together Donald McNaught, younger brother of Scotty McNaught, and Paul Fliende, a new comer to Hope fans. Young McNaught . is a promising, wrestler Little is'known here of Fliehde. : The program starts at 8 p. m. •' The other evening we heard a woman- ask what in the world would become of the younger generation, That's an easy one. They'll fall in love, get married, have children and trouble | nnd al Ithal sort of thing, and as they i get older they will worry about what's lib become of the younger genera.tion. Learly evaporation is • so rnucl greater in . the south that two frain drops in the Dakotas equal three ii .Texas. ' " . / • - THE CHOICE of .etiv* women, beetuie of their sheer, cletr b««uty «nd 3 o 0 d s e r v i c e. D i i n t y picol lopj, newtit shades, Alio service wtijMi. Store See Our Selected Line of New FALL DRESSES Silks and Woolens in. the Newest Fashions ' THE GIFT SHOP (Mrs..,C. P. Holland Halloween Specials \ .'.,',.-.,-On Party and Household Needs FAVORS and TOYS '•A' Big Assortment 25c to 5c Fresh $1.50.. Shipment to G-E LIGHT/GLOBES,',15. jo 75 Watts :....15c 75 and 100 20c CHEVRON FOytftAlN SYRINGE—2 Qt. Extra Heavy E9c Don!t. forget .to "call lor. merchandise coupons on McKESSON goods. These gifts'we :aa-e ; giving away will make ideal Christ. mas presents.. .. . -.'.';''. Phone\84- ; Cox Drug Co. ; - . . ;We Give Eagle Stamps some"of the siiiallesl things, excuses that would hardly he offered under other circumstances. Some look way back to a hypocrite an:l For All Kinds of INSURANCE See Roy Anderson and Company Up lo $16.75 SILK DRESES New Styles, Colors and Fabrics Ladies Specialty Shop D^Millcs' uiielity masterpiece . . . . "Thi! Crusades." starring beautiful Loi-(.'lt;i Young comes Sunday to the— **— -~-S<u won't surrender to the j^ord on thnt account. Some who make excuses just haven't thc moral courage to take a stand for the Lord. : At first thc Devil lets jiou think that it is your own suggestions you are acting upon in doing sinful tteJgis. The Devil let^ you live in the delusion that you can quit sin when ever you want to. You arc not making thc choice, thc Devil is making the choice for you. It is very easy to break one of the Jiltle threads going into a piece of cloth but when the cloth is woven it becomes a much more difficult task. Just FO the Devil is weaving his web around mankind. Thc longer sin is persisted in, the more tied and bound you arc by the cart ropeof sin. Let; Jesus Christ sever thc cords of sin that are binding you tonight The Rev. Mr. Webb's subject Wednesday night is, "The Fashions and Dre&s for 193G." British and French (Continued from page one) "The best thing I candoforthe country is to create £ industry by building good motor cars' ~m MAUREEN O'SUttlVAN 10EI McCREA I ton SloM • tdctr Kinn*4y iMiitCfUmn • AdHtnntAM* THUR A. A A Mat iC A &FRI I'JUThur iJC GARBO lias made rame mighty b«d pictures . . . and— GARBO has mude some very good ones . . . but— GARBO they say, has now made thc best picture of hcr screen jSfrfa- GARBO MARCH RHNfl HRRENINR .BARTHOLOMEW* placo to fight over. I know because I wallowed up to my knees in the loose sands among the dead at the bloody battle of Romani on the Sinai desert during thc World war. And the temperature was IliO degrees Fchrcnhcit or hotter in the sun. Ethiopians Wailing So Haile Selassie has let the Italians go ahead and take the sandy regions (along with a bit of fertile ground I and is waiting (hem in his mountain fastnesses. When the invaders have taken over this desert rim of the towering plateau which is Ethiopia proper, Ihe war should begin. We have heard of "battles" and "fierce resistance" in which 40 or twice 40 men were killed, but the Yankee Dougb Boy will smile grimly if you tell him this is war. There woi|ld appear to have been no major engagements—only skirmishing and Italian bombing. One hastens to say that Mussolini must occupy this desert rim before he can assault thc main citadel. His men apparently have been doing so methodically, scientifically and well. But thc war won't begin until his troops assay thc great canyons and lofty heights where hundreds of thousands of savage tribesmen await them. Long War Forecast Military experts say that it will he a terrific task and may take years to conquer this plateau. Of this Aecle Hamariate, former Ethiopian delegate to the League of Nations, said Tuesday: "Wo can hold out just as long as thc Italians can. We would not be surprised if this war lasted 15 to 20 years —there is no limit to our powers to carry on thc fight. There, is .10 chance of peace unless the Italian forces arc entirely withdrawn." If the reader would like a close- tg-homc view of the Ethiopian war, let him turn to his map of California. Nevada and Utah. These three states cover almost the same area as Ethiopia—about 350,000 square miles—and the terrain is somewhat similar. Both areas have high mountains, deserts and lowlands. (My thanks to the •I IlOtf AN ADVEKT1SEMENT SIGNED DY HENRY FORD IN AUGUST, I?}}!' • • I N OUR time we've demonstrated lots of; new Ford cars. It has bccn/w«, because Fords have always lived up to every claim we made for them. But there's a neuinoic in thc public's attitude to thc 1936 Ford V-8. Everybody in our showrooms exclaims: It's the best looking car you ever sold!" ..,.'. ir(ji ^^ ghty proud of the 1936 Ford V-8?w7l3ciiSNfei h . c fincst car>f its price ever built in America. We're proud of its ability to prove its own superiority. ; This Ford Has the constantly improved V-8 engine, that iriow; pqwers over 2,000,000 Fords.. Also, '.you'll.fijnd new beauty of line and colors,; easier steering and gear-shifting, quieter,gears,.and;many other improvements as soonksyou drive this new V-8. 'Let us arrange "a demonstration today. weve ev .j*- A>- '\i ^m ,: i; : ; fe^i.i;i;^^ Backed by over 2,000,000 V-8's, the 1936 Ford V-8 brings you:— 1$% EASIER STEERING—die result of two new roller-type bearings, a longer steering knuckle-arm and an increased steering ratio. • SUPER-SAFETY BRAKES — with exceptionally large braking surface (ISii sq. in.)...The last word in vurencss of operation. » EASIER, SYNCHRONIZED SHIFTING AND STILL QUIETER GEARS—silent, helical gears for all speeds in the transmission. , NEW FREEDOM FROM NOISE—The result of a specially insulated welded- steel body, reinforced with sled. * <. NEW DRAWN-STEEl WHEEIS— cn- liance thc car's beaut)'—arc easier i'ii lires. 1936 $ 510 AND UP, P. 0. B. DETROIT Stt'ifarJ accasory wl> including humfers 4*4 ipart tin e\lra. Easy terms through il Credit Company. ON THE AIR — MKlffii:^ • :^''.*i!iiiiflSi£!i!iiiaiSiiiiS;ilK!a;: FORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, SUNIMY EVEMNCiS 9 TO 10 E. S. 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