Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 23, 1937
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.Thursday, December 23, 1937 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 821 Christinas Why trees nl Christmas? Is it for deep green, And pungent needles, and soft back and twigs? Or for the tinseled strings of candlelight? Trees nre n part of silences and stars, They kno wthc clean cold blankets of the snow, And the cold nrnis of mist, and windy nights, And winter rain and showers in the sun. They stand alone at night, amid the Thursday—1:30, 3: 7: 3: You'll love him as deeply as he loved his mother. LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEKOY Starring Freddie Bartholomew Dolores Coslello linrrymnrc with Cmibrey Smith (iuy Kibbee Cartoon—NoveKy stir Of forest life; and so we like to think They know the portent of God's mysteries. We cannot frame a sunbeam or a star, Or call in wind and rain to be our guests; All these are too intangible. But trees Are their perennial messengers to us. —Selected. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bridewell will have as members of their Christmas homecoming, their son, Chas. Bridewell and Mrs. Bridewell nnd Chas. Jr., of Morrilton, Capl. and Mrs. Robt Vesey and two daughters, Jcannettc and Betty of Brookins, S. D., and Mrs. C. E. Bell and Miss Margaret Bell of Tcxnrknnn, and their two daughters, Miss Kate and Elizabeth Bridewell city. P. D. Burton of Lewisvillc was a Wednesday business visitor in the city. Comer Routon of the Arkansas Medical college, Little Rock, has arrived to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Routon, Sr. Harper Leipcr of Houston, Texas, is spending a few days visiting with his sisters, Mrs. Finley Ward nnd Mr. Wnrd and Mrs. Billy Bod Hcrndon, Mr. fforndon before going to Malvcrn for n Christmas visit. Miss Doris Turnngc of Stamps was tiro Wednesday guost of friends in the city. _O- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Coop will have as holiday guests, their daughter, Mrs. Kb Johnson and Mr. Johnson. Mrs. V. A. Keith nnd Mr. Keilh and children aU of Texorkann. -O- Frionds will be glad to know that the condition of Master Don Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs, P. J. Holt is recovering nicely from n recent appendix operation ot Josephine hospital. TherVs Christmas Cheer in [ARKWOOD/ Sheers The quest for a smart and practical gift is perfectly fulfilled with Larkwood hosiery. For Larkwood's Tempered Twist and Char Crepe stockings are so exquisitely sheer, beautiful in texture and still —so amazingly durable. A gift of Larkwood sheers is a gift of smartness and long luxurious wear — a happy combination. $-|.00 Ladies Specialty Shop A Merry Christmas to All... and to all a very Happy and Prosperous New Year. Citizens National Bank Hope Ark. Miss Allenc Campbell was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coop, en route to her home in Idnbcl for o Christmas visit from Chicago. R. T. White and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Stewart will have as holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart and little son, Barry, of Vicksburg. and Miss Nancy White of Jackson, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Kline Franks and children, Mrs. J. A. Davis and Miss Janet Cannon left Thursday for Phoenix, Ari/.., where they will be Christinas guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hinton nnd other relatives. -O~ Miss Mary Haynes of Choalc School Boston. Mass., and Charles Haynes ol University of Arkansas, Fayetlcville, have arrived to spend the Christmas holidays with their mother, Mrs, Charles Haynes. -O- "— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis wore Wednesday visitors in Little Rock. The Swastika club held its annual Christmas luncheon on Monday at Hotel Barlow. The guests were seated at one large round damask covered table, which held for its central adornment. a huge bowl of holly surround- d by a wreath of holly. Guests other than the club members were Mrs, O. C. Sutton of FaycUcvillc and Miss Ellen Carrigan. Following the luncheon, cards were played at the home of Mrs. Finley Ward on South Main street, with the high score favor going to Mrs. R. L. Broach. The Ward home was beautifully decorated in the Christmas colors, with a gleaming lighted tree adding its 'beauty to the scene, P. D. Binion Jr., of Lcwisville is the house guest of Talbot Feild Jr. -O- Thc many friends of Mrs. F. N. Porter will regret lo hear that she had the misfortune of falling and breaking her arm on Tuesday at her home on East Second street. E D N PRETTY CLAIRE TREVOR —in— "BIG TOWN GIRL" Tomorrow—Double Show SMifiEft NOW TTT'Q ~ llis Si'c« test I J. £9 lh rill d r u m u since "Little C"csar" . , . |_*('s Clo! Golf Novelty News PLUS S-A-L-E NOW IN PROGRESS SILK and WOOL DRESSES $3,00 and $|00 I- A D I E S' Specialty Shop Marietta Dietrich Quits Hollywood Not Likely to Play in Any More American Films HOLLYWOOD, Calif—(A 1 )—Marlene Dietrich, 38, German film star, parted company Wednesday iVith the studio which paid her $250,000 g picture. Thai aroused immediate speculation whether she ever would make another American film. The rift between Miss Dietrich and her studio was disclosed in Paramount's announcement that it has "indefinitely postponed" filming of "French Without Tears." The studio purchased the play at Miss Dietrich's request, she said, with reservations it would he her last American picture. It was doubtful that Paramount ever would start the production, although the actress' contract, with no time limit, provides for one more starring movie. Behind her formal separation from the studio, observers tiled the factor of million-dollar production costs and waning box office receipts of her pictures. Two of her films in the last five years, "Morocco" and "Shanghai Express," were outstanding moneymakers, the remainder not so successful. Critics agreed that "one good picture" might easily restore her to top-flight popularity. Our Sincere Greetings To Our Many New Friends for a Mefry Christmas and a Happy New Year MORGAN & LINDSEY Hope, Arkansas To Our Many Friends and Customers Grocery & Market INSURE NOW Wllh ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance DUGGAR'S • Extend Christmas Greetings Our most sincere, thanks to each of you for the wonderful reception you liave given our neio department. DUGGAR'S Ladies Ready-to-Wear—SHOES ; , 111 West Second TO OUR MANY FRIENDS Happy New Year JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. SIBYL'S BEAUTY SHOP 'Y' ! 5=555 >

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