Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 14, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 14, 1935
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Se< 1 CrC Sid Henty November flnys Who snid November days nrc drear nnd sad? ? November days arc merely grny nnd still. October's fuss is over, lenvos fire dropping down. Most of the nuts have dropped. Upon the hill, Trees nre beginning to displny their naked grace Agnlnst n background Nature has prepared,— A soft gray sky that throws into relief Ench' tiny twig and branch the winds have bared. Who .snid November days are drear and snd? Still, yes; but many lovely things arc still; In silence, often, conic our greatest things,— Gr-d's live; honied wounds; (he .sunrise o'er the hill. November's gray makes apples redder seem; Makes fires seem brighter, nnd adds to their cheer. November days arc lovely days to me— Chiy, still and chill,—yet intimate nntl dear.—Selected. KSriUA^AttdBtt)M0tttfitttfiH08fittAWW&^^^^^^^^^^ L'CL^ ^Ld Tal#hhMM i 821 V«X Tlu; following members of the Friday Music club motored to Tcxarkana Telephone 821 on Wednesday U> attend an open meeting of tho Texarkana Music club nl the home of Mrs. Esther Mills Wood en Hickory street.: Mrs. John Wellborn, Mrs. II. M. Wilson, Mrs. F. L. Pndgitt, Mrs. J. 0. Milam, Miss Joy O'Neal, Mrs Stilh Davenport, Mrs. Warmack, Mrs, Sid Henry and Miss Maggie Bell. A most delightful program on American Music was given nnd greetings from tho Friday Music club came from the president, Mrs. J. C. Carlton and Mrs. LnGrono president of the Camdcn district of the Arkansas Federated Clubs spoke very interestingly of the work that had been accomplished during the pust year and urged further and better corporation for the coming year. The program was followed by a very delightful party hour, at which time, tho hostess served a most attractive salad plate with hot coffee. On Sunday, November 1C, froiri 3 to H o'clock at Hotel Grimm in Tcx- nrkann, Mrs. Nina Thurman Colo of Columbus, Ohio, will open nn exhibit :>f her paintings on the Messanino floor. Mrs. Colo has a large ccllcc- tion cf beautiful paintings, many of which wore clone in Province Town, Muss., during the past summer. They have received favorable criticisms from such well known artists as George Elmer Brown and others. Mrs. Colo is tho sister of Allen G. Thur- We Are Able to Offer a Limited Number of Attractively Styled Sample Sh e onoes In Smart Ties and Pumps $499 Black and Brown Kid This, is a specially selected group of sample rimes which we JJTO offering at n substantially reduced price. Those arc unusually smurl footwear nnd are 'correctly styled in the latest LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP mfln, who with Mrs. Thurman h«W i host of friends In Hope mndc during their residence in our city, before got ihg" to Shrcveport, La. The regular monthly meeting of thd Oglesby P. f. A, was held on Tu.eit* day afternoon with the president, MrA Ruffin White, presiding. Mrs, E. f. McFflddln presented Miss Mamie Bell Holt/Miss Pansy Wimberly and Mri. Nallon Wylie in a very interesting program pertaining to National BOOK week. The National president's message was given by Mrs. BMnley Ward Mrs. While gave the high lights of the slate convention, hold last week in Little Rock. Miss Frances Patterson's roam won the dollar for having the greatest number of mothers present. Walter N. Alexander O f Portland, Ark., has been the guest of friends in tho city for the past two days. | Mrs. J. W. Patterson nnd .son. J. W.; Jr.. have returned from a week's vis- • it with relatives and friends in San j Antonio, Texas. ie Hope Garden club will hold it? ' November meeting nl 3 o'clock F'riclay i afternoon nt the homo of Mrs. M. M. Smyth on South Main street. Mrs. A. F. Hnncgnn will lead the program. Mrs, C. S. Lowthorp was hostess to the members of the Wednesday Bridge club on Wednesday afternoon at her home on .South Elm street. Attractive favors wenl to Mrs V. M. McWilliams and Mrs. G. Frank Miles, Almost two hundred members of tlu- f.rlull department of the Methodist church .school responded to an in- vilatirn extended by tho Jewell Bible and Edith Thompson classes to attend a chili supper and social evening nt I ho church honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harrison; tho Graves and McFaddin Men's classes; and the Adult Young Peoples class. acterlied cheer. Understanding Not So Greatas Faith Rev. Bert Webb Preached : Wednesday From Text of Hebrews 9:19 The scrlplural basis for the Rev. Bert Webb 1 Smessage Wednesday night at th6,Hope Gospel Tabernacle, was acteristlc happy vein, introduced the Hebrews 9:19-22, particularly the 22nd .'New" pastor who responded In an verse, "And almost all. things' are by equally happy vein. I the law judged with blood: and with- o- — - lout shedding of blood Is no remis- An hour was spent m fun and frolic sion." • • after jyhich all .formed, in line .sing-, ;The Rev . Mr< Wc bb said: Mrs. J. A. Henry, acting as mnslW oi ceremonies, presented MesdamcA Lawrence Martin and Mlndf Gordoni In humorous readings: Mr, E. P. Voting and Miss Evelyn Mufph In a beautiful duct, accompanied by Mrs. Dick White. Mr. Young acting as song; leader, led the guests m the singing of popular songs, which were entered into with zlst and enthusiasm,- Mrs. Ralph Routotv acted as accompanist. Mr. Edward McFaddin, In his char- "I can hot explain why God should Country Bankers Defeat City Men Roosevelt Critic V^jfls American Bankers : £s- > sociation Election J- ing "Blest Be the Tie Thnt Binds," aft! they bade good night to Mr. and..Mrs;', rpquirc that blood bc shcd f Harrison, rcncming their pledges .of forgiveness of sin. -There are loyalty and co-operation, statements throughout the Bible alluding to It. Statements of fact are | made without dcfinilc explanation, but j if you and I are .going to make heaven ' | we are going to have to recognize God's plan. Your sins, grevious and terrible as they may have boon, may bo. covered by tho blood. If you ever iget to heaven, it is not going to be o a creed or church organization but because you have repented and God has forgiven your sins. "All through the C:d Testament ivrn-w nm WAMQ T : /n, ' t • ' there is a dcfin 'te h'ne of blood. From NEW ORLEANS, La.-(/p)-In a.vie-! Christ down Until now, we only have lory for opponents of the Roosevelt 'forgiveness for sin as we accept His administration and for "country bank- attonement for us ' ' OVB" as agents I ,. T , i. »",../, ' • r«" as against, "city bankers," Orvnl __:!( w l co , uld for ? 10 .' 000 pu«to«c-a Promptly at 7:30 a large throng assembled, eager lo extend greetings to the "new" pastor and his charming wife. An informal receiving lino composed of Pastor and Mrs. Harrison; Mes- dnmcs J. H. Arnold and D. B. Thompson, Messcrs O. A. Graves and E. F. McFaddin, teachers; Mesdames G. F. Miles and Dcwcy Hondrix presidents of the women's classes'; ^welcomed the guests at the east entrance, after which they were ushered into a department room, which had been converted into a veritable bower of beauty by the use of trailing vines and masses of beautiful autumn flowers. Ihe guests were soon ushered into the dinning room which had also been beautifully decorated with vines and .bowls of vari-(colored chrysanthemums. Here the guests were served a bountiful chili supper after which they again repaired to tho parlors where a program of music, reading and speeches was rendered. The evening was char- W. Utah, Adams of Salt 'Lake City. was assured Wednesday of election S° u a(v Thursday as second vice president of He ' Sa ?L S to "• th ° s the American Bankers association. ,. 4 He will succeed to the presidency ini wl11 not do il ' """* " • . sure f? for , ]™™ n l «lay, how many ° uld avajl themselves? But rfhen .f 1 ! 1 , of , y ° ur sins an - d aCr th ° shd blood of Josus 1337, Following a stormy session Wednesday, Rudolph S. Hocht of New Orleans, retiring president, announced 'Because we can not understand why we can be forgiven through the thed blood of Christ we should not reject God's plan. God required many the withdrawal of E. B. Bennett of .things during Bible times that secm- Ogden, Utah, who had been the choice j ed unreasonable. 'We can not explain of the association's nominating com- why the marching around the wall.' mittec. . I of- Jericho had anything, to do with Adams' supporters refused to allow ^oi falling down. It is not the mag-* his name to go before the nominating nilude of -our sin, nor your small sin, committee, which they charged was,' 311 '' the fact that you have not accept"packed" for Bennett. Adams was I ed tn o Lord Jesus Christ, that is going nominated from the floor of the con-' to condemn you. .'The blood of Jesus " vention. Bennett's withdrawal was announc- Christ cleanses from all sin.' The subject Thursday sight is "What Insurance Failure BlocksPWA Bids Five Contractor's Refuse to Bid Because of Clark County Suits ARKADELPHIA, At^~ iff) -Announcing they were unable to obtain liability insurance in Clark county, five contractors refused Wednesday to submit bids on'a new Arkadelphia city hall. Bids were asked by the , Public Works Administration, which is financing the project. The -contractors met with the city council, Mayor R. R. Huie and Frank Erhart, Little Rock architect, discussed the situation and asked time to interview insurance agents. Several hours later, the meeting re r convened and the contractors announced that the companies refused to write liability insurance. < City' officials announced they woult" draft a resolution asking PWA' head quarters nt Washington k> reconsider the matter and rcadvertise fpr bids. It was announced at, the meeting that the PWA was advised of the Clark county insurance situation. Insurance companies several weks ago,announced withdrawal from, the liability field because of large sums awarded i in See Our Selected Line of New' FALL.DRESSES , Silks and Woolens in the Newest Fashions THE GIFT SHOP (Mrs. C. P. Holland HURRY!! THERE'S ONLY 2 MORE DAYS Of Robison's Big SHOE SALE Our Great SHOE SALE ends SATURDAY NIGHT and all the big price reductions will be removed and the former selling price placed in effect, Just 2 more days to make these big savings — So HURRY. NUNN-BUSH SHOES for Men FREEMAN $5.00 SHOES SELBY STYL-EZZ SHOES for Ladies VANI-TRED $5.00 SHOES Family Shoes at Real SALE Prices THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS Co. NASHVILLE Geo. W. Robison HOPE PRESCOTT cd unexpectedly after the delegates Is the Great Tribulation and Who Is had recessed lo take a secret ballot. Jt Going to Affect."- ' The voting booths suddenly were closed and then the withdrawal was announced. Supporters declared that Adams is the "foremost exponent of independent banking" as opposed to a unified banking system. . . .At the opening session of the convention Monday, Adams hotlv denounced President Roosevelt's banking policies and urged the bankers W declare an-"embargo" on government bonds "to halt reckless government spending." PRINTZESS COATS and SUITS A Complete S'ock In (he Very Newest Styles and Colors. Ladies Specialty Shop auhtft ittlte itfd here, J &tt ., _ A genertl cleotidri will be held here fcSfte foil $stt£, Tueidfly ott a proposed kind issue td tite city's aWe of «o«i b th* city hall. th« voters will be g!veH opportunity filso ttf designate a site. Some oppo«Uon,,tp ,|he proposal has been expressed. Wooden horses are used for practice purposes by polo enthusiasts. You Can See it's F*r AIII 1NSURANCI •toY" " Roy Aftdi You will feel its A Dretty sW lhal fesls good on the feel Bui (hero's something more -MI u a e°od *Hoe, well mode to teep its good loofcs and giv« vou en\ra wear ancJ oxlra value ll n one of the many Star Brand styles (hat mole our • lore ihe beil place lo buy^your shoes Brown Black It is a pleasure to correctly Fit You- DUG GAR'S Star Brand Shoe Store 111 West Second Street The red racer, fastest -of all American snakes, can go-only 3.6 miles an hour. ;, Don't miss, reading the .interesting anj-i nounccmcnt at the bottom of this acp then plan- to see "TOP HAT" on Sun. N DOUBLE SHOW SPECIAL PURCHASE OF FUR-TRIMMED and SPORT-STYLED WINTER A Fin< National Picture oii ANN DVORAK WIUIAM OARGAN SUN. MOM, & TUES, —around in tho dusty old attic, in forgotten trunks and hide-away places for an OLD "Top Hat" . . . the older the bettor . . . then wear it down hero MONDAY NITE and be our guest FREE to see those two favorites— IRVIN6 'BERLIN THAT WE Just Received From the Markets We unpacked a most gorgeous array of new winter coats this morning . . . they're brand new . . . and oh so smart. Stunning fur-trims .. clever sports tailoring ... soft, warm woolens . . . gay tweeds . . . just the kind that smart women of this town will want. You are going to have a problem on your hands deciding which coat is to be yours . . . for every one is desirable . . . and so low in price it's hardly believable. We know furs ,,. and we know woolens .,, and we sincerely believe they are as fine and as smart a group of coats we have ever offered at anywhere near this price, If you need a coat—NO—even if you just would like to have a new coat, don't miss seeing this unusual selection. But we are warning you . , . you are going to find it hard to resist buying one. The Leading Department Store We Give Eagle Stamps Geo, W. Robison 6- Co. Hope Prescott Nashville

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