Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 20, 1937 · Page 3
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Monday, December 20, .1.937 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS fChri.slmns! We nil love the sound nnd 1 the sing of it; jSinner on. 1 , saint, nnd the godless nnd of lite world nil respond to the ring of it— ringing mankind into one brotherhood! irislmas! All nations rejoice to the thrill of il! aupers and peasants; the rich nnd renowned; JEpirit of Love—may we bow to the will | of it— •|Tlieii we'll have Cliristm.i.s Die whole year iiround.—Selected. Mr. and Mrs. Ross R. Gillc.spie have J returned from a two day visit in jShreveport, , John Clyde Hill ,,f the i>i,,tr Uiii- jjyor.sity. Faycltevillo, has arrived to i|j.etid the holidays with hi.s mother. ( Mrs. Clyde Hill and other home folks. i |- -Q! Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Kinery Thompson and i ^daughter, Mis.s Josephine will leave pVi.'dne.sdiiy for Chicago, III., where they will be holiday guests of Mr. 3. Foster Finley of the University of, Arkansas, FnyeUcville, has arrived to) spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Finley. SWEATERS $1.00 to $6.95 Separate and Twin Sets The Gift Shop !MIONE 252 Mrs. Frances Bnrham Graham cnter- tnincd her dancing pupils with n Christmas party Saturday nflernoon at 1 the Hotel Barlow. A gleaming Chrisl- mns tree featured the dccornlions. Those present were Misses Gladys Wisener. Joy Ramsey, Jennie Sue Russell, Pntsy Ann Campbell, Mary Lou Morgan Ellsworth Bailey. Peggy Marie Penl.nco.sl, Marthn Marilyn McGinnis, Charlotte Hobbs, Charlotte Tnrpley, Arthurdalc Calibornc, Mavis Baber, Belly Robins, Diane Bryan, Anne Burr, Mary Joe Dickinson, Sarah Elizabeth Dnvis, Carolyn Hawthorn, Noviiin Jean Archer nnd Nancy Robins. -O— Mrs. Henry H. Stuart had as Sunday guest, Miss Dorothy Weeks of the Chicago public schools, who is spending the Christmas holidays with relatives in Tcxurknna. -O- Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer H. Sommerville mid little son, Vinton of Wnsco, Cidif.. have arrived to .spend the i Christmas holidays with relatives in nnd near the city. Mrs. Sommerville will be remembered ns Miss Edith Ruggles. Misses Nancy and Susan Woodford of Little Rock arc holiday guests of their minis, Misses Marie and Nannie I'urkins. Christmas Program for Ozan Missionary Group The Ozan Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Tuesday at the home of MBrs. W. T. Robins, with Mrs. C. R. Osborn and Mrs. Cecil Walker serving ns cohostesscs: After the regular business meeting and Die program, the group enjoyed a social hour of games nnd other forms of entertainment. The members'present voted to discontinue the regular meetings until January 4, 1938. After the business meeting, the following Christmas program was presented: Song, "Joy to the World"; Scripture reading, Isinh 54, Mrs. C. K. Osborn i prayer, Mrs. Eugene Goodletl; "Babe in the Manger," Mrs. W. F. Robins; Poem, "An Inn With No Room," Mrs. Rush Jones; Song, "Silent Night" "The Lady in the Valley," Mrs. Wilbur Jones. During the social hour Mrs. Wilbur Jones was the winner of two of the games and Mrs. Cecil Walker was the winner of one game. The hostesses served a delicious salad plate wilh hot coffee. The living room of the Robins home, beautifully and artistically decorated in Christmas colors, was a pretty setting for the Christmas program. Japs Deny Firing (Continued from Page One) LET'S GO TONITE Here's t\vo shows! ANNA MAY WONG Will give yon your last big thrill for I1I.1T in— •'oreign Office announced it had received a communication from an organization of 20,000 Japanese fishermen urging action to safeguard Japan's fishing riglits in northern waters 'which were obtained by the sweat and blood of our forefathers." A great picture ENDS L. C. Becker has returned from a three weeks visit with relatives in Highland, III., and Si. Louis, Mo. -O- Miss Margery Lee Threlkeld of the University of Tenn., Knoxville, has ;:i rived to spend the holidays with her mother. Mrs. Howard M. Threlkeld and other relatives. -O- Onc of the most charming affairs of the holiday season was the buffet luncheon given on Saturday by Mrs. 13. C. Hyatt at her home on South Hcr- vey street for the pleasure of the teachers of Brookwood school and a few guests from the faculty of the other ward schools. The reception rooms were beautifully decorated with gleaming red poinsettms and other potted plants. The Service table was laid wilh handsome damask and held an exquisite center piece of poinsettias flanked by red tapers in green holders, sprays of holly added to the beauty of the scene. Mrs. W. Y. Foster presided over the tea urn and Mrs. Finley ward served the salad. Gut-sis for this delightful affairs were: Mrs. C. L. Renfro, Mrs. Kelly Briant, Miss Winnie Lee Floyd, Mrs. Henry Taylor. Mrs. George Green. Mrs. Theo Witt, Mrs. Finley Ward, Mrs. W. Y. Foster, Mrs. Howard Bycrs, Miss Bessie Green, Miss Pansy Wimbcrly and British Watch Jnps LONDON. England — (ypj — Great Britain's newspapers Sunday reflected anxiety over danger to British Hong- kong from an expected now Japanese army thrust into South China. "Britain is ready" newspaper headlines snid. describing "feverish work on defenses" of the crown colony, the em- fi'.rc's Chinese stronghold and great rommercial center. It was believed an important derision might be reached at the Wcd- icsdny cabinet meeting whether to lend some of Britain's largest warships to increase the navnl forces nl- •cady assembled in Far Eastern waters. Though the Admiralty said that no warship movements were contemplated at present, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and Alfred Duff-Cooper, first lord of the Admiralty, were reported to be keeping a close watch on dispatches from the Orient. The Hongknog garrison's military ilrcnglh, will be discussed in Parliament Tuesday when Laborite L. R. Fletcher asks War Minister Leslie Hore-Bclisha if the commnnder-in- chicf of British troops in China has asked for reinforcements yet. It was understood that in addition to warships there is a strong Royal Air Force contingent jit Singapore, Britain's powerful Far Eastern naval base, which could be flown to Hongkong. STELLA DALLAS WITH BARBARA STANWYCK JOHN BOLES - ANNE SHIRLEY TUES.-WED. The last lug musical f o r I!K!7! "MERRY-GO-ROUND" of 1938" EXTRA! !! Minutes of Football highlights. TREATS Last Day Monday MICKEY ROONEY "Hoosier Schoolboy" I Our Gang Comedy—Cartoon NEWS " HCKNES OF TIIE PANAY IN CHINA" —TUESDAY— Santa Claus Is Coming in Person ( lie Will Arrive on the Missouri I'n- _cific Train No. 7 al 1:41 p. in. Tues- jday. o Bring (he Kiddies for Free Matinee | Tickets to all Children In 112 Years. | Tuesday-Wednesday Double Feature MARY BRIAN, DICK I'URCELL in "NAVY BLUES" Also "DAMiKROUS HOLIDAY" XMAS Coat Sale Choose Your Coat From the Best. Priced 22.50 to 69.50 This is I he must sensational COAT KALE //v have ever staged in December. The kind you always expect after the holidays. You will find coats in this sale from many of the most famous coat designers who are noted for style and fit. One of these fine coats & would mekc her a perfect Christmas gift. Coats for Juniors and Women in sixes from 12 to 44. Ladies Specialty Shop " ' School N@WS Inmates of Tehacahpi women's prison, California, edit and print their own newspaper. We expelled 86 last year for deserting their wives.—Jefferson Davis, hobo "king," asking his subjects to go home for Christmas. Miss Mabel Ethridgo. Miss Loy Fae Miller, who is « student in Chillicothe, Mo., business college has arrived to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller. The meeting of the Woodmen Circle scheduled for Tuesday night, has been postponed to Tuesday night, January 4, 1938. -O- Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brooks a daughter, Billy Sue, December Ifi. Mother nnd baby are doing nicely at Josephine hospital. Mrs. Louis Rasbcrry left monday for her home in Wynne, Ark., after a short visit with her sister, Mrs. E. M. Coop She was accompanied home by Mrs Coop who will spend the Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. E. A. Fiscus also of Wynne. Bod en w The senior class of Bodcaw High School assembled in a class meeling and elected class officers for the year 1937-38. They also selected class colors and the class motor. Then the sponsor was elected. The officers are as follows: President, Dorothy Cassady; vice president, Terrell Caudle; secretory, Mildred Reaves; reporter, Junlus Hucknbce; sponsor, Miss La Velle Bussey. The class color's'afG, blue and pink; motto, "By our own efforts we hope to rise," Play to Be Given at Bodcaw Tuesday Night "Out of the Ark Came Noah" is the title of a play to be given at Bodcaw High School Tuesday night, December 21, at 7 o'clock, by members of the sophomore class. The cast follows: Noah Bennett, Terrell Caudle; Mr! George McElwane. Rodney Herring; Frank Arnold, Dorrib- Harrison; Terry Malone, Aulra Goodwin; Dawson, W. N. Bailey; Julia McElwane, Floy Tae Hairston. Billy Bob Vance, Gladys Jenn Vines; Mrs. O'Leary, Madie ITamm; Lenore Maitlund. Hazel Spencer; Martha Lee, Charlie Bertha Fusion; Madelle Lebow Gladys Smyth; Maggie and Basca, Joyce Marlar, Dependable Tires There is high satisfaction in having complete confidence in your automobile tires. But their dependability rests heavily upon your own shoulders. The best tires in the world can be so neglected and abused that they become hazardous within a few thousand miles. On the other hand, give them good care and attention, and the story of their service might rival a tale by Baron Munchausen—and still be true. Proper inflation is the first requisite. If the air pressure is too low, the side walls of the tire will weaken under continual bending until a blowout results. One such blowout at high speed might be the last you would ever experience. Soft tires also make the car harder to steer. Many drivers do not think about replacing tires until they are old. But tires may be "old" long before their normal life has run its course. Usually they show plain evidences of hard usage and weakness; then is the time to replace them. Check the air pressure in your tires often. Keep the right pressure. Examine the inner walls for indications of breaking . Safety depends upon sound tires. S-A-L-E NOW IN PROGRESS SILK and WOOL DRESSES $3.00 and $5.00 L A D I E S' Specialty Shop CALLED x a: 5 dmiradtoh COSTUAAE . • Christ intin Gifts Everybody admirei 'em I These jwelligant erea- tiomarereally"topi", to why not iniUt on at least ONE BOX for Xmas, Shado-ien, fliwle**, »tyl«j and ihades to suit the most fastidious » » » » Three Thread Pair 3 1'r. Box 85c $2.40 Two Thread Pair J Pr. Box ?1.00 $2.85 Sixty—II—Sixty Pair 3 Pr. Box $1.15 53.30 DUGGAR'S Ladies. Iteady-to-Wcar—SHOES 111 West Si-i-uiiil Only 4 More Days Open Every Night Til Christmas BE SURE HE GETS PLENTY OK THESE SIIIRTCRAFT SHIRTS We arc confident he will have a "Merry Christmas" if you see that he gets plent yof these line Shirtcraft Shirts this Xmas. $1-55 and $1.95 HE WILL SLEEP SMARTLY IN A PAIR OF THESE PAJAMAS. Pajamas for the particular man who demands excellent fit and the comfort features these pajamas have. Many new styles in gay or subdued shades. MEN LIKE TIES . . . GOOD TIES IN GOOD TASTE You would be absolutely safe in selecting his ties from our racks with your eyes closed, and could feel confident they were good tics in good taste. 49C and 98C HE WILL GLOAT WHEN HE SEES THIS IUCKOK BELT SET. Full grain bridle leather belt with single or three initiated buckle. Packed in a hand bake- lite ash tray. Really two gifts in one that he will apprccittc. Complete SUSPENDERS BY HICKOK ... EVEY MAN NEEDS THESE Trousers seem to have a way of hanging smoother when supported by a pair of these handsome Hickok "Aclion-Bak" suspenders. Leather or all clastic. 98c GIVE HIM COMFORT-GIVE HIM HOUSE SLIPPERS. Men like to have their house slippers warm when they come home at night . . . but first they must have the house slippers. We recommend a pair from Robison's. 98c TO $1 I A Gift From ROBISON'S I* «j * Is Always More i Appreciated EVERY WOMAN HOPES FOR A GIFT OF LOVELY HOSE Of course she wants to be surprised but every woman secretly hopes for a gift of lovely Phoenix VITA-BLOOM hose. Packed in attractive gift boxes. 89c 98c $115 YOU'LL BE PERFECTLY RIGHT IN GIVING SOX Every man appreciates a "Christmas Gift" of fine sox. Our stock is especially large for Xmas shoppers. Give him several pairs in a gift box. 25c 35c 49c WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS ADORABLY FEMINE ,. THESE PAJAMAS AND GOWNS Intimate and practical and so adorably feminine in luxurious satin trimmed in frothy dark lace. Colors of tea rose, dusty pink, magnolia, and blue. $1.98 To $4.98 GAY CHRISTMAS BEDROOM SLIPPERS FOR HER All colors of kid in plain pump styles or wooly sheep skin trimmed in matching colors. Also house boots in velvet or kid with, turn up collars. 98c IF SHE LIKES TO ENTERTAIN G'lVE BRIDGE SETS Five-piece bridge sets in lovely floral designs. She will appreciate this gift if she loves to give parties (and what woman doesn't). Gay designs and colors. 98c EVERY WOMAN LOVES PERFUMES. Coty perfumes will delight your lady love. Choose one or two listed here, Coty Perfumes 98c to $2.48 Coiy Toilet Water ?Ug Coty Ousting Powder 98c Coty Face Powder 08c Coty Sachet Powder 98c FOR THE "TRAVEL ABOUT" WOMAN—FITTED CASES Whether she travels much or little she will appreciate one of these fitted cases in the small medium or large size, $5-98 To $12-98 IS YOUR HOME ON YOUR XMAS GIFT LIST If it isn't it certainly should be and we can think of no gift that would be more suitable than a lovely bedspread in cotton or taffeta. 98c TO $4-98 THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE Geo. W. Robison 6- Co. HOPE PRESCOTT NASHVILLE I

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