Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 9, 1937
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Thursday, December 9,1937 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS man is finest toward the finish of the year; lie is nlmnst what he should be when Christmas reason's bore; Then bo's thinking more of others that bo's thought Or.' months before, And tin., laughter of bis children Is a joy worth toiling for. He is loss a Kclfij-li creature .than nl any other time; When the Christinas spirit rules him, lie comes cli.se to the .sublinvj. Man is ever in a struggle and he's oft misunderstood; There are dnys the worst that's in him is the master of the good; But at Christmas kindness rules him and be puts himself aside, And his petty bates are vanquished and lii.s boar! is open wide. Ob, I diui't know how to sny it, but somehow it seems to mo That at Christmas man is almost what God seni hj )n ) lt ,,. c . (( , be.—Selected. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Murphy have as house W ue.sls. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Murphy mid daughter, Betty Joe of LockjKirt. 111. Q Dr. and Mrs. Thus. Brewsler and Mi.ss Mamie Twitchell were Thursday visitors ,11 Link, Koek. Dr. Brewstor attended ;, Presbyterian church committee meeting. -6- rhc Kiiday Music club will hold its annual cvcnim; mcMing for the pleasure of lli L . business members of 7:30 !• nil iv evening s> \ u, t . | lomt . of Mre J. C, Carlti>n East Third street. William Powell and M.vrmt Ixiy come Sunday in "Double Wedding" N O w HE'S HERE- in his third singing picture! —with msri. UATii MARION CLAIRE —and— 1IENUY A KM ETI'A "MAKE A WISH" I'cte Smith's '(irantl Bounce' Fox News C'artuoii "Double Trouble" For the price of "S A T U R D A Y'S HEROES" -I I FRI. & SAT. Again "The VALLEY of TERROR" Serial 'Jungle Menace* Cartoon —and— "The Shadow" The December meeting of Circle No. 1, W. M. S., First Methodist church was held at the borne of Mrs. George Wnre. The meeting opened with the Lord's Prnyor led by Mrs. Ware. Mrs. J. T. Bcnjmnln gave n very helpful devotional, busing her remarks on the horrors of wnr and the importance of world pence, urging those present to give serious consideration to (be fact tbnt women have n particular influence, nlong the.se lines mid now is the time to exert every effort for the cause of universal peace. Mrs. Stith Davenport presented n splendid program cm "Why I believe in, and support Missions." Mrs. R/tche! Jordon told « beautiful Christmas story. During the brief business period, minutes were read and dues collected, closing the circle's work for the year. The sun inrlor of the Wnre home wns the set:in gfor a brilliantly lighted Christmas tree. Around the base were piled numerous Christmas packages, which the circle will present to n needy family as the Circle's Christmas Special, during the social hour, delicious fruit cake nncl coffee were served to 18. Mrs. Clifford Smith was a guest. Mrs. E. F. McFadclin, Mrs. J. G. Marlimlalc and Miss Mamie Twilchell were hostesses at n very delightful 1 o'clock luncheon on Wednesday nt Motel Barlow for the December meeting of the John Cain chapter D. A. R. The chapter and guests were sealed at one large round damask covered table, which held for its central adornment a crystal bowl of brilliant nandinas. with an outlying fringe of the leaves of ibis lovely Christmas .shrub. Twelve InII tapers burning in green holders formed nn outer circle and holly sprays for place cards completed the Christmas suggestions. Miss Mary Jones opened her Christmas program reading a very interesting article on the History of Christmas Cards. Miss Frances Snyder. with Mrs. J. C. Carlton ill the piano sang "The Birthday of a King." Miss Patricia Williams read a beautiful Christmas story, which was followed by Christmas c;irols. The meeting opened with the salute to the flag and the D. A. U. ritual, led by Mrs. J. J. Battle, vice regent. During the business period, dues were collected, reports from the various .standing committees were given, with Mrs. Battle appointing a committee on the correct use of tbc flag. Mrs. J. G. Mnrtindalc, chairman of "Better Films for Junior American Citizens," told of the splendid picture shows in our city, and had in their pictures of the year, presented over two-thirds of the pictures as recommended by the national D. A. R. chairman. Contributions for Ellis Island were collected, and .short talks and suggestions in regard to the Educational Fund were made by Miss Twitchcli and Mrs. PAGE THf« NOW 2 1 (20c) For the Price of GRACE MOORE -in"WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE" with CARY GRANT SATURDA 1—DAY—1 3 MESQUITEERS—in— "HEART OF THE ROCKIES" No. 10 "PAINTED STALLION" Cartoon and Comedy [Sun-Moil. "Super Sleuth' NOW IN PROGRESS SILK and WOOL DRESSES $3-00 and Sg.OO L A D I E S' Specialty Shop MIND Your MANNERS Test your knowledge of correct social usnge by answering the following questions, then checking ngnin.st the authoritative answers bcJow: 1. Should one lower his head to meet his soup spoon half-way? 2. Should one hold the brcnd in his hand or against the plate when buttering it? 3. Should unfrested cnko be broken and eaten with (ho fingers like broad? (j -I. What docs the French word "snulc" tJti it menu mean? 5. Is it better (o say mints or pepr/ermints? What would you do If— You receive an invitation to lunch at one o'clock— (a) Plan to arrive (en or fifteen minutes before one? Ib) Arrive al txvelve-lblrty? (c) Arrive five or ten minutes after one? Answers 1. No. 2. Against the breiul and butler plate if there i,s one; otlicrwi.se ajjain.st the dinner plate. 3. Yes. 4. Fried in butter. 5. Peppermints. Best "What Would You Do" .solution—'a). (Copyright 1937, NEA Service, Inc.) Glass-Nosed Plane Built for Aerial Mappers Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends for the kindness shown us during our •eccnl bereavement, also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. G. W. James Carl James Jack James Mrs. Glen Gilbert John James Mrs. Johnnie Green Maude James Jim James • >-™.-.- —•* ~ w .-.- ->-.-. w.-.w/^.x*wwM:g?:*K<~>w,staMj-sgoiKdM^rt.^ -v.yaMiax JH- ^yftj^aysajapmftfflffiyqgjj^flipgpgflnflqgftffg^ Designed for ;icri;il mnpppfs, the unusual, filnss-noscd piano, shown above during initial tests at Marshall, Midi., {•limin.'ites many of the limitations which have confronted flying surveyors in the ordinary typo Irnelor planes. Constructed on plans drafted by Talbert Abrams, aerial survey company official, the ship affords unobstructed forward and downward vision for pilot and photographer, stability arid long cruising radius. Moving I hi* motor to the rear of the cockpit necessitated use of a pusher propeller, We wish prcciiition ap- for Card of Thanks to express our sincere . ._ — .. to our many friends .... the kindness shown us, and the beautiful floral offerings given in the death of our husband and father. Mrs. B. C. Rogers Louie Rogers Dale Rogers Milton Rogers Mrs. J. H. Rhodes Mrs. Hope M. Blevins Perry Rogers Emmet Girls Win EMMET—The Emmet senior girls C'ha.s. Hayncs". A nominating committee was appointed and the meeting closed with the closing ritual and' the singing of America. Guests for this very delightful meeting were Mrs. Lou Kate Buckner of Prcscotl, Dr. Etui -•• •••'• *••Champlin. Mrs. Ross R Gillcspie Mrs Kame was very fast and few fouls were Thomas. Bremslcr, Mrs. Fred R.' Har- "'' rison, Mrs. J. C. Carlton, Misses Frances Snyder and Miss Patricia Williams and Mrs. Sid Hcjnrv. Willisville, Emmet Win Cage Contests Em met (I iris to Play Strong Malvern Team Friday Night WILLISVlLLE-Th.o senior boys basketball team of Willisvillc High School defeated Wyatt High and Walkersville in recent games. The scores: Willisville 51. Wyatl High, 25. Willisvillc SO, Walkersville, 3!). The junior boys of Willisville played two games with the Wyatl team, losing both bames by scores of 20 to 15. and 2-1 to 8. The Willisville senior girls were defeated by Walkersville by a score of 39 to 20. Other scores were: Willisville junior girls 19. Wyatt juniors. 21. Willisville junior girls 22, Walkersville juniors, 13. Tbo senior boys team of Willisvillc Emmet juniors, 17 to 8. East scored 10 points for Central. Captain Ward played a good game at guard for Emmet. Emmet's schedule until Christmas: December 10—Malvern Central boys and girls teams at Emmet. December 15—Patmos at Patmos. December 17—Mineral Springs at Emmet. December 22—Columbus at Emmet. Coach Harvey Snell said that he was expecting strong competition from the Malvern Central school at Emmet this Friday night. is scheduled to Lakeside High ihool at Hot Springs Friday night, December 10. basketball team defeated Laneburg Central, ,'i.i to M, here recently. Tlio The Cemetery Association will meet nl three o'clock Friday afternoon at the First Methodist church. The president urges a full attendance. No prayer nor power Can give again Beauty and breath To a million men. Bui wisdom, loving. And prayer, may stay New feet from goin^ The same dread way. ' —Selected.' The crusading politician who is ;il- ways about to "name names" rarely gels any farther than calling them. committed. Brown and E. Jones starred at guard positions for Emmet. Cofield starred at guard and Dillard at forward for Central. Crabb of Emmet led her team in scoring, making 13 points. Sha was closely trailed by a teammate Crank, with 12 points. Chambless, Emmet forward, accounted for the other 10 points. The senior boys team of Central, led by Green, a 190-pound six feet four inch center, defeated the Emmet senior boys. 3G to 16. Green scored a tolal of Hi points for Central. Hasley led the Emmet cagers with six points. The Central junior boys defeated Pntnios Wins Three PATMOS—Patmos High School basketball teams defeated three Guernsey teams in games played here Tuesday night, December 7. The Patmos senior boys won by a score of 21 to 15. This gives the team four wins out of five starts and leaves the Patmos team undefeated in the county. Patmos has defeated Spring Hill, Saratoga, Columbus and Guernsey. The same was rough, 30 fouls being commitlc. Reeves was high scorer with eight points. The Patmos junior boys defeated the Guernsey juniors, 18 to 13. in a thrilling game. The Patmos juniors have won three of their five games, defeating Spring Hill, Columbus and G uernsey. The senior girls of Patmos made a clean sweep of the Guernsey team by taking a 23 to 17 victory from the Guernsey seniors. Mayton of Patmos led her team in scoring, making 16 points. Aylette led the visitors with 11 points. The game was closely contested throughout, Patmos coming from behind in the last four minutes of play to win. The Patmos girls previously have beaten Saratoga and Spring Hill. Friday night Palmos plays Blevins in the Patmos High School gymnasium. The first game begins at 7:30 o'clock. On December 15 Patmos will play Emmet High School at Patmos. Comic strips first appeared in the back pages of American magazines in the latter half of the 19th century. With the Hempstead Home Agent Churchleaa Town Keeps Out of Debt WALCOTT, Ia.-(/P)-This town of 500 inhabitants is the only one in Iowa without a church and possibly the only town in the United States without a church building, congregation, church services or a minister. More than 70 years ago a group of Germans who had left their homeland because of the confusion of religious faiths founded Walcott. Although they believed in God and continued in private worship, they did not build a church then nor has one ever been built here. A few years ago a church in Davenport, 13 miles east of here, purchased a tract of land in Walcott and planned to build a branch church here. But they failed to get the support of the citizens and the project was abandoned. Walcott boasts of having no public debt, no persons on relief and no vacant houses. One-Way Mingfe "Yes, sir," beckoned the usher to the theatre patron, "would you like to sit down in front?" "Don't know," was the answer, "Never tried it. Not built that way. Niix.i magicians ordered not to use edibles in their tricks are now literally pulling them out of hats. A film writer complains he wrote steadily for six months on a scenario which was not used. Plainly, a case uf all work and no play. ^SNAPSHOT CUIL TRAIN YOUR EYES TO SEE LOOKIE! Santa Claus is coming' to town to spend the day at -LI Friday, Dec, Wth A prize will be given to the Boy or Girl between the ages of one and ten for the most heart touching letter written to Santa Claus, He will be the judge. t" Have your letter written in advance (please), LET'S GO Sunny Bwidie.s, Royal I'nlins and a world of .Summer-Time IMea.suro.-i are yours in Mid-Winter for the surprisingly low cost of an Arkansas Motor Coach ticket. Plan your holiday trips now via Arkansas Motor Coach Lilies. Railroad yards may be sooty and ugly but the photographer who trains his eye and his pictorial sense can find beauty there—and in every other common thing. Rose Gardens > A number of Hempstead county rose gardens are being replenished this fall with new plans. If Die plants are received before their location has been selected or before the soil is prepared, it is best to dig a trench and bury the plant root, tops and all, according to P. T. Ecton, extension horticulturist, University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. This will keep the wood and buds plump and moist unitil the ground is suitable in the spring. Directions tor planting are given by Mr. Eclon. If the planting is to be done now, a spot which has sun a( least half a day and more if possible should be selected. Roses will now do well in a wet location or near a building, the horticulturist cautions. Dig the hole and vase the top soil to place in the bottom of the hole where the richest dirt is needed by the roots. If the spot is poorly darined, then some ashes or gravel may be placed in the bottom of the hole. Rose roots should have 18 inches of growing room below the surface both down and sideways. Sak the plant in a bucket of water and then prune the roots by cutting the long roots back and tipping the short ones. They must not be crowded in the hole. Work the fine soil between the roots and pack tightly. When the hole is about three-quarters full, tramp heavily and pour in plenty of water. Then add soil to slightly above the normal level, but do not pack. The bud or union, should be just below the surface. This is necessary because the more severe the pruning the greater the stimulation, Mr. Ecton points out. Home Sewing Woth most of the gardening and canning work over until the spring season, home demonstration club women in Hempstead county and turning their attention to sewing. Home sewing is easier and better when good equipment is available. A ten cent tracing wheel which can be purchased at any notion counter, and a chalk tracing board, and outlines of darts, seams, and other pattern indications are made with the tracing wheel. The pattern is removed and the garment turned over on the board so that the chalk lines already marked to the other side can be traced To transfer fittings from one half of the garment to the other, the same procedure is followed. The garment is folded and the fitting done on one side and traced on the other side. Directions for making the tracing board arc given by Miss Sue Marshall extension specialist in clothing and household arts. A piece of beaver board or heavy cardboard about 28 inches long and 20 inches wide, two pieces of blue carpenter's chalk, a flat paint brush, and two thicknesses of mosquito netting are needed. The chalk is crushed to a powder and mixed with cold water to make a thick paste. Two or three coats of paste are applied to the board, letting each one dry before applying the next. The cardboard must be weighted down while drying to prevent warping. When the board has dried after the last coat of paste is applied, two thicknesses of mosquito netting are stretched over the board and glued to the under side. The net prevents the chalk from rubbing off or making the tracing too heavy, Miss Marshall points out. —ALL HOME OWNERS— We Invite Your Inquiry TERMITE CONTROL At Reasonable Prices Home Service Co. Hope Roy Allison, Mge. Ark. iday Special Announcing the Singer No. 20, Small Girls Machine FREE with llic purchase of a Singer Electric Household Machine. Free Demonstration Call 197 ^SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. This Offer Expires December 25th. PHONE 385 HALL BRO& Cleaners & Hatters $16.95 DRESSES FOB $4.98 The Gift Shop PHONE 252 For A Man's CHRISTMAS DESK LAMP .With large parchment shade-with 5 map of world in colors on it. $1.98 icafrer Pen and Pencil Sets ,, A lasting gift that he will appre- j'ciate. $2.95 to je.'UfLeF.jp.jegjf' Ansco Box Camera ;Justt the thing (or making candid 'camera shots. S1.98 -'' < Eveready Floodlight In chrome finish, 3 cell complete with batteries. 81.50 LOWEST RATES I'Ymn Hope To lint Springs Tcxark.um Pallas Memphis Litlle Hock Phone SI.TU .(if) •1.25 4.70 For Holiday Round Trip Fares ARKANSASMOTOR COACHES DEPOT DIAMOND CAFE Ju Hotel Henry H OW many of our Guild members, I wonder, go far alleld seal-riling for lieauty, in the likeliest places, and do not tind it, and cannot understand why? It is an experience most camera workers have. Hut, sooner or later. If they aro serious workers, tii<-y learn a liasu: principle: that is, that beauty is not so much in the subjaets they find as in themselves and the way they look at things. To put it another way: pictures do not exist in a scene but only in the trained eye that can select ami single, out that which Is interest in a and good. Few persons beginning to u.- u camera would think of a railro;,'! yard as a piai'.s to liud beamy, But ono photographer has boconu 1 world-famous for pictures math: Just, there. Ho works when the air is crisp, when a locomotive's exhaust Bt.oani fans upward in a great Whlta plump. This sltain, contrasting with the blai-k of tlio engine, forms a focal point in each of hi* pictures. Ho t-eUvts his viewpoint so that tlio rails, curving away from tlio li'.-omotive, are highlighted in long, silvery \yliito liui's; lines so arranged that they form l}is picture's compositional'frame- •work. Wherever possible, lie includes a framing o£ jjark: foliage to give his picture depth and ho likes to work when there is mist or fog m the distance so that faraway buildings or figures are reduced to soft, dim outlines. The objects this photographer works -with are not appealing. They are dirty, sooty, ugly. But his pictures are beautiful because ho has trained his eyes to see, to select, to arrange, to recognize mood and atmosphere—in brief, by the use of his creative imagination to extract beauty from ugll- | ness. , Tliero is magic in photography i '.ke this but it is magic open to all. ! It calls for no wizard's wand hut only thought, and feeling and the j application of your imagination to I i unmonplace tilings. Kitchen pots •Hid pans are not pretty but I have M'di pictures of a group of them, rhythmic-ally arranged and ligln.-.i so their texture was emphasl/cil. that were heautHul. Old shoes aw not attractive but I have seen a pic- "ire o£ a pair wet flnd dripping ho- Mcle an umbrella in a hall cornoi 1 , so photographed that they cnu. tallied all the ti.sen.ce of rainy Autumn. Fellow Guild member, beauty is not over the next hilltop, down tlio next road—it is inside you. But you must train yourself to bring it out.' van Guilder. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulslon. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creomulsion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble and aids nature to soothe and heal the inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel the germ-laden phlegm. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try Creomul- sion. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained from the very first bottle. Cre9mulsion is one word—not two, and it has no hyphen in it Ask for it plainly, see that the name on the bottle is Creomulsion, and you'Jl get the genuine product and the relief you want. (Adv.) Sparklet Siphon S Bottle a III assorted col- ijors complete > \v i t h chargers. 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