Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1935 · Page 3
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if fa. Sid Henry 821 I.enf Burning We swept (ho fallen leaves up yesterday And touched them with slow fire; And us wo sow smoke rising and drift away We knew a keen desire. To sweep our mind of old things lying there: Dreams lone since dead Hopes that have clung, like leaves on broughs now bare, And tears that wo have shed . , , . We longed to gather every little grief Left scattered round, Small doubts and fears, and lay them in a sheaf On fire, smoked crowned; Thorn stir the embers so a laughing wind Might lift the ashes of old praise and blame And bear thoin far, away, leaving our mind Clean as if swept by flume. —Selected. The Clara Lowlhorp chapter, C. of C. will meet at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon «t the home of Mi.«s Mary Delia White on South Main street with Miss Evelyn,Brinnt us joint hostess. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ellen Jr., an- If a Cold Threatens.. Timely use of this especially designed laid for nose and | upper throat, helps prevent many colds. -~_j_^ 30c ond 50« VJCKS VA TRO NOL FOR SALE Cnr load Mares. 3 to 6 years old. Cheap. Collin's Mule Barn. Look Them Over Combs and Farrar Hope, Arkansas $50 to $500 On Cars and Trucks Highest Prices Paid for COTTON TOM KINSER he's here next Sun..--.-.. Who? Why, an Crawford in "I Live My Life" nounce the arrival of a little son, J. $, lit, Monday, November 18 ni Julia Chester hospital, A group of studenls from the Senior High School mfit on Monday evening at the home of Miss Julin Brooning on South Main street and organized a French club. During a short period nf business the following officers were elected: president, John Clyde Hill, vice president, Miss Julia Brooning, secretary and reporter. Miss Evelyn Simpson, treasurer, Miss Kathleen Collier; sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Broach following a social meeting at which time gome* and contests were held the hostess served hot chocolate anc cakes. The next meeting will be a Christmas meeting held at the home of the sponsor, Mrs. R. L. Broach. Mrs. J. L. Lewis has returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Rlson, Ark. Circle No, 4 of the W. M. U, First Baptist church held its November meeting at the home of Mrs. Nona Stcelc on South HerVey street. Fall flowers and beautiful potted plants pracofully ararnged added to .the pleasure of the meeting. Nine members and one visitor present. A most interesting mission study was conducted by Mrs. Gus Haynes. During the social hour, Ihc hostess served delicious refreshments. Thn Friday Music club wil Isponsor Angclo Cdrtcse, America's foremost harpist, in a concert at the city hall, on Tuesday evening, December 3. A very pleasing feature of the concert will be a group of songs by the Choral club, one number being the songs they sang at the General U. D. C. convention in Hot Springs. They will wear period costumes. When you are approached to buy a ticket for thisi concert, remember that you are buying something good, and at the same time helping one of your town's organizations that is striving to give you that which is best "Among the gifts that God hath sent—Music." Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Allison were called to Conway Tuesday afternoon to attend the bedside of Dr. Allison's* father, Dr. W. M. Allison who is critically ill at his home in that city. Mrs. Charles Haynes is in Hot Springs this week attending the meeting of the general convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet at 2:30 Thursday afternoon at the First Baptist church for and inspirational meeting. The pastors of the different churches in .the city will be present and make short talks. All the women of the city * are cordially invited to attend this "Are You Mad?" Is Rev, Bert Webb's Sermon Topic at Tabernacle The Rev. Bert Webb's message to the Tabernacle congregation Tuesday night was on the subject, "Are You Mad," from the following scriptures: Gen. 6:5; Rom. 8:7; Ecc. 9:3, "I do not refer" said the Rev. Mr. Webb, "to that kind of madness exhibited when your temper gels away from you, but to the kind that Solomon had in mind when he he Said 'The heart of the sons of men is full of evil, and madness is in their heart while they live, and after that they go to the dead.' "I do not say that you arc mentally unbalanced. Intellectually you are perfectly rational. I have no criticism to offer, but the Bible says that madness is in you)' heart, not in your mind or your intellect. God's word ."ays that the carnal (fleshly) mind Is in enmity against God. The Bible is a rule by which I feel we would be wise to govern our lives. People in Hussellville tried to vote out Sunday motion pictures during the time Of church services. That was fine, but before you arc ever going to be able to legislate a man into something you are going to have to hove his heart changed. I believe we will get farther that way than any other. "It is the ambition of people to raise their children right. The natural inclination is for them to revel in the pleasures and sins of the world, and when you clamp down on anything by sheer determination trouble starts. I advise you to pray to God :o save your children that they may lave a change of heart. Is not this desire in,people to.do wrong a kind of moral insanity? "People have the idea that when •on surrender to God God will take away everything Worth while from you. You feel that God is your enemy ntent on doing you harm, but not so. ''If you were to warn someone going town a track that a fast train was almost upon them, and they told you o mind your own business, you would hink something was wrong. What of hose who are often warned of the consequence of sin, God's coming udgment, etc.. and who fail to take warning?" The Rev. Mr. Webb's message for Wednesday night is "In the Wrong Crowd"; Thursday night, "The Great Tribulation." TONITE Fast and Slow Motion BAER-LOUIS Fight Pictures ONE SHOW ONLY —and— Chas. "Buddy" Rogers _.._,_Tyi m "Old Man Rhythm" THUR &FRI 2:30 Mat. Thur 15c For tho second time this week we present the screen's most charming personality— GINOtR RQOERS .meeting. Circle No. 5 of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist church held a very interesting meeting on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. M. Clements on South Elm street with Mrs. Johnny James and Mrs. E. B. Wolfe as associate hostesses. The business period was conducted by the leader, Mrs. Cecil Weaver, and a very beautiful devotional on Thanksgiving was given by Mrs. H. A. Fisk. The closing chapters of the Mission Study Book, "At tho Gates of Asia," were discussed by Mrs. Hugh Smith. Following the mission study, the hostess served a most tempting plate lunch to 23 members. Mrs. J. D. Ellis of Texarkana, arrived Wednesday to attend the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Dan Green, who is a patient at Julia Chester hospital, * The government of Chile provides doctors and nurses when children are born. Among other state benefits in that country are insurance against accident and death, official hospitals, and coffins and graves. CAR GLASS CUT AND GROUND TO FIX ANY CAR BRYAN'S Used Parts 411 South Laurel Street Prohis Plan (Continued from page one) § _ i Friend and Save LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP PEDDLER'S COSMETICS and The DANGER Involved! House to house peddlers of Cosmetics and beauty aids offer you an unknown, unreliable product that is of such dubious merit that it must be sold by high-pressure methods. Why endanger your complexion and your skin tissues when for the same or less money you can get nationally known and approved products . . . such as BARBARA GOULD. Your druggist guarantees and stands back of the products he sells . . . the peddler does not. Buy Your Cosmetics From Reliable Firms. John P, Cox Drug Co, PHONE 84 Wo Qjyc Eagle Stamps everything. They have lived up to ioth ing. They told us that repeal of he 18th amendment didn't mean that lard liquor would return. They lied about that. They broke every promise ;hey ever made and then slapped you n the face with wet and false prom- ses. "The Arkansas legislature refused o Jet you vote on this question. They •ailroadod the Thorn liquor bill right on through, and didn't ask you about t nor give you a chance to express your opinion. That was not democratic. "Your own local editor is not democratic enough to be willing for the people of this county to vote on this question. Why doesn't he want you o vote? Why does he want to deprive you of that vote? I'll tell you why. He loos not want to give you the opportunity of an American right. That's lot fair. Ridicules Advertising Ban "He talks about not accepting liquor advertising—and brags about it. He couldn't do better in defending the iquor interests if ho accepted all the noney the wet crowd gave him." Again there were a number of amens. "Your editor criticizes the preachers and the church. I wonder what he hinks the duty of the preachers is? There is no law to prevent them from speaking out. There is no charter in Hope that prohibits the preacher from liscussing the liquor question, is here? The preacher ought to quit if 10 wouldn't speak against the evils if liquor. "And your editor says the churches pay no tax. He ought to inform himself about that. Thats a reflection on his intelligence. The First Baptist church in Little Rock pays about $400 each year in taxes. I know of cases in this state where churches are about to be sold under the hammer for nonpayment of taxes. "With the legalization of liquor the wet crowd promised to abolish the bootlegger—that's a joke. Didn't the liquor dealers of Hope ask the enforcement officers a few days ago to make raids on the bootleggers of moonshine here? There are plenty of bootleggers everywhere. "Licensed whisky will not abolish the untaxed liqupr trade—licensed whisky only makes a double problem. The state administration promised you police protection when liquor was legalized. Yet Earl Wiseman, state commissioner, has already issued 17 liquor permits in towns over Arkansas where there is no police at all. "They promised to lower your taxes. But have they? That came out of national headquarters. I haven't heacd of lower taxes. Have you? Instead of lower taxes they slapped on additional taxes. "Counties Bled White" "The history of liquor never reduced taxes. You know that. The counties of Arkansas have been bled white for taxation to take care of the drunks, the poverty-stricken and the insane as the result of liquor. "In Little Rock there has been a 25 per cent increase in drunkenness. The officers there wijl docket you for anything except drunkenness. They want 1c SALE 1c on DRESSES THE GIFT SHOP (Mrs. C. P. te acoBfJt liquor edvtffUsing doesn' fnatler, The Rev. Mr. Blaylock would not ttty that except for the fact that he is BWapt away by the passion of the moment, He is not in business. He doesn't understand what advertising tan do, particularly when applied to B .business (n which the public profits trjost when sales are least, I now have before me the October statement of national or factory advertising from our advertising brok- Fof the full eight months that liquor has been legalized-March through October—The Star has rejected a total of $1,073.01 worth of liquor adveri tislng, That Is an average of $1,409.51 for the year. Advertising percentages range from 2 to 5 per cent—few take the higher mark. But assuming that the distlll- orios made the highest allowance, then their survey Indicated that they had a reasonable chance of selling $20 worth of liquor in this territory for every dollar they spent with The Star. On that basis, had we accepted their advertising, the six liquor stores Of Hope would have sold an adidlional $32,190.20 worth of whisky per year. Their actual sales afe running at $81,636 a year. Or, If the distileries allowed only 2 per cent for advertising, then the ratio would have been $50 worth of liquor for every advertising dollar. And on this basis they would have sold an additional $80,475.50 worth of whisky in Hope per ye:.r—practically doubling actual local sales! What a newspaper can do voluntarily toward regulating the sale of liquor a state can do by compulsion. Washington Miss Myrtle Bearden of Ouachita college spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.*Bearden. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Stroud made a trip to Arkadelphia Sunday. Miss Fannie Jane Elmore spent Saturday night and Sunday with her par- ents, returning to Arkadelphia Sunday night. i.W to hold down that figure as low as possible. I have letters here from all parts of the state, some of them from law enforcement officers, saying that conditions are growing worse—that drunkenness is on the increase." The Rev. Mr. Blaylock brought his speech to a close by picturing women' made proverty-stricken and widows because their husband were drunkards —shot down in drunken brawls. "Will the wet crowd be responsible for.i that?" he asked. "In Person" Is Comedy Story of Temperamental Screen Star '• •A toMJuerhtefitel Screen star frtts'ln love with an' independent 'malt who curbs his affection pn the grounds, that her allnfff an'd national popularity are no excuse for her exasperating Egotism, The stormy incidents which result from their fapldly alternating refeo'tiohs to each other bring on a :tartling denouement. This lively dornedy-dramff js'brouglv o the.screen in "In. Person," in which Gjnger Rogers has her first solo starring role, As the pamper&d lass who is forced to exert charm and strategem to win the man she loves, he is said to display to 'a high de- free her flair for light dramatics. George Br6nt plays the leading male ble opposite Miss Rogers. From the story by Samuel Hopkins Adams, author of the screen-play of It Happened One Night," "In Peron" at the Saenger Thursday and Friday finds logical moments dur- ng which to introduce three popular ongs and two dances interpreted by dinger. In the distinct style which ecently marked her brilliant work in Top Hat," the titian-haired star , dances in two smart numbers.' 60 B, C,, Draco, the famous ....', made a stilting Speech an'd UtjwMfhtJy smotnerao* t<f death by a deluge of clothing. The ancient AthentiiM shewed their njnsmstatlon ,-.,,,„, Gla<%,"ai the e»stert} ft # jftltoWtftAe iNrJt, 'Is so ftaAM Rao*!: 11938 IS PlfiffEY'S YEAfMVATOit ITS] PENHEY&PRE-HOLI NOT WITH THIS 9 U I C K DRYING LOTION I N offices, stores . . . business places everywhere . . . girls and women, use Chamberlain's Lotion. Why? Because it dries quickly, is not sticky or gummy, prevents the nuisance of sticky fingers when handling papers or fine fabrics. Chamberlain's beautifies, too, arms and skin, deserves a place on your dressing table. Two sizes — at drug or department stores | Hot Values For Cold Weather. DKERCHIEFS Large Size 17x17 Hem Stitched HANDKERCHIEFS For Men Be Here at 8:30 Thursday Handkerchiefs For Only •i A IL PENNEY DRESSES Are Better! Compare These Values! SILK DRESSES 12 to 48 { New Styles | Wide Hems On All Dresses. §Mfr Tfo?*day a-30, 800 Yards of' Print. , v 36 inches wide , vj FAST COLOR r ^ HURRY! HURRY! 1 You know how this goes! -^ Starts Thursday 8:30 vf| DC Yard LADIES COATS (Repriced) All Our Better Coats and Suits$ Reduced to Clean-Up. ,".""* V Save on These $4^50 New Penney ™ m A™** Quality Coats • m V| £H LADIES "Suedene" Extra Large SCHOOL JACKETS ITABLETS We Have Your Size $.29 Good Quality Paper 2 TABLETS For 5c Closing Out (1 Lot) Hinds-Honey and Almond CREAM Small Size 8:30 Thursday vC each BOYS' : Fast Color DRESS I SHIRTS 6 to 14'/ 2 v Full Cut /- DOLLS 1c and More DOLLS S5.00 We have one of the largest assortment of Dells ever .shown In Hope. Big'ones, little ones, funny ones and pretty vones. Shirley Temple Dolls Use Our Convenient Christmas LAY-A-WAY PLAN BRIANT'S DRUG STORE Your Trade. Appreciated Yes! We Want to Move 150 Men's New Fall SUITS Plain or Sport Backs Sizes 34 to 44 Alteration Free Topcoats Same Price. 1000 MEN'S DRESS SHIR T S Color ;!,\ Seven Button Front • V ' J Full Cut Penney Quality Sizes 141/2 to 17 P 3C N N E Y C O M P A N Y lion c o x p' 6-r a'.tVe d. ACROSS STREET FROM POSTOFFICE WHERE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVESl Mildness etter Taste i?J5, LI«JTT & Mm* TO»ACCO C%

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