Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 24, 1937 · Page 3
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• Friday, December 24, 1937 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE y MRS. SID HJSNUY TELEPHONE 821 A Hymn Of Pence Let the chimes of God ring round the world, 'Hie flag of Truth is all unfurl'd, The throb that beats through all of life Is heard 'mid tumult and 'mid .strife, The chord that binds each soul to all, In unison with Love'.s great call, The benison of right will bring, And all the world in tune shall sing In harmony willi God's great plnn, Of Peace on Earth, Good Will to Man. Let earth's cathedrals now resound The mighty deep find swelling sound, Let greed and war and hate and fear Be lost forever in the. clear, lieverbating .song of Love, The anthem of our God above. —Selected. Of all the old festivals, however, that of Christmas awakens the strongest and most hearlfelt associations. There is a lone of solemn and sacred feeling that blends with our joy, and lift:; the spirit to a state of hallowed and elevated enjoyment. It is a beautiful arrangement, also, derived from days of yore, that this festival, which commemorates the announcement of the religion of peace and love, luis been made the season for gathering together of family connections, and drawing closer figtiiti (hose bonds of kindred hearts, which the cares and pleasures and sorrows of the world are continually opcr.'iling to ra.st loose; of calling back live children of a family who have launched forth in life and wandered widely asunder, once mure to assemble about the paternal hearth, that rallying place of the affections, there to grow young and loving among the endearing mementos of childhood. O Mr. and Mr.s. W. C. Andres will have UK Christmas guests, their .son Uwight Andres and Mrs. Andres of Little Rock. -o— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward and Miss Lucy Hannah will have a.s holiday guests, Mr, and Mrs. M. Muldrow and daughter, Mary Margaret of Shreveport, La. Weekly Sunday School Lesson By WM, & OILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance At Saenger Mrs. Henry Bnbcock of Washington, D. C. has arrived to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F, Muses. Mrs. Babcock will be remembered us Miss Doris Moses. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Waddic will hiive as house guests for Christmas, their s»ns, Bernard Waddle nnd Mrs. Wiiflcllo of Lubbock, Texas, John Sidney Waddle of New Orleans, La., and Howard Waddle of the University of Oklahoma. -O- Missos Marie nnd Nannie Purkins and Mr.s. Glen Williams will have as Clirislnias guests, Mr. and Mrs. Duval Purkins and daughter, Nancy Lane of Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woodford and daughters, Nancy and feasan of Little Rock. -O-- Mrx. Annie Lciper of Malvern arrived Thursday night to spend Christmas wil'h Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bob Herri-] don. -O- Miss Maggie Bell and Ike T. Bell Sr. will spend Christmas with the Fred Marslialls in Texarkuna. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Carter and little (laughter, Betty of Monroe, La., have arrived to .S|«nd Christmas with Mrs. Kli/abeth Pritchard and Mrs. M. H. Barloxv. Tuesday Night, Dec. 28 at Elks Hall, Hope, Ark. Music by Carolina Cotton Pickers a 13-piece negro band Admission 9:30 to 2 a. m. 2r~ li""L"" NOW IN PROGRESS SILK and WOOL DRESSES $3.00 and $! L A D I E S' Specialty Shop Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rodgcrs will have an holiday guests, their son J. L. Rodgers, Jr., of Woodward, Texas and daughter, Mr.s. Hamilton Orton and Mr. Orton of Ashdown. Miss Beryl Henry is spending the holidays with relatives and friends in Benton and Warren. George Hutson of Beaumont, Texas. has arrived to spend the holidays with his mother. Mrs. Wash Hulson and other home folks. — O— Leslie Coffman and Miss Inez Coff| man of Houston, Texas, are holiday ' nuests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Coffman. The members of Girl Scout. Troop No. 2 were entertained by Marie Cross on Thiirsday_cvoning with a Christmas party at the Cross home on South Greening .street. The rooms were decorated in Christmas colors, green .sprays of pine interspersed with red. green and silver burrs; and the decorated Christmas tree with its brilliant vari-colored lights was the center of attraction. Games and contests were enjoyed by all. Prizes were won by Mary Wilson, Marjorie Dildy, and Francos Thomas for highest scores in three different contests of skill. A sandwich course with hot chocolate was served. Girl Scouts in attendance were: Marjorie Dildy. Florence Davis. Nancy Hall, Mary Etta Presley, Nancy Sue Robins, Doris Shields, Pauline Tollesoiv. Martha White, Marie Antoinette Williams, Nancy Fae Williams. Francis Thomas and Mary Wilson. Marie was assisted in caring for her guests by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Cross. -0-Mb:; Mary Wilson was hostess at a very delightful Christmas party on Tuesday evening at her home on South Elm street. The rooms were inviting with Christmas decorations, and dancing and numerous games were enjoyed. A most tempting salad and ice cuur.se was served to about 30. Mr.s. C. A. Bridewell will have as holiday guest, her son, W. F. Bride- Clirlsdan Consecration Text: PhlHnplnns 1:12-26 A lesson on Christian consecration comes, most appropriately, on the day after Christmas, when we have been celebrating God's gift to the world in Jesus Christ. Wa do not learn the meaning of Christmas or its lesson until our own hearts have been opened in the spirit of giving, Though we have hot the words recorded in the direct sayings of Jesus, Paul's report of the words of Jesus, "It is more blessed to give than to receive," expresses the very! heart of the Christ life and Hie Christ' message. Our lesson sets before Us the truest and most real form of giving, the gift of a man's life in consecration to the gospel, nnd in loyalty to Christ. Paul was so sincere about the spreading of the gospel that he could rejoice even in his own imprisonment and persecution, knowing that the word of God was being spread abroad. He realized also that his own fortitude under tribulation was an in- "D'you know, Mrs. 'Arris, I some- limes wonder if me 'usband's grown tired of me." "Whatever makes you say that, Mrs. 'Iggs?" "Well, 'e ain't been 'ome for seven years." Quite AH Right "Sir, I desire to be excused from jury duty," "Why?" asked the judge. "Because I can only hear with one ear." . .' • "Oh, ..you'll do," replied the judge. 'Wa hear only one side of a case at a time." . The glamorous and alluring Gail Patrick exercises her charms on Adolphe Menjou and creates romantic complications and barbed repartee with Ginger Rogers, another lure for Menjou, in "Stage Door" the dramatic hit adapted from the Broadway success. Miss Rogers, Menjou and Katharine , .. , , ,ii *"i^* iiu&irj;?, inunjuu ciuu J^CILIICII lliu spirat.on to others. He couM say truly H npburn arc co-starred, with Miss 41._J f~.™ t~.n. if, I!..,* ...no r*l***<ot t I-* '1 * l ' ~.~ Patrick billed next to them in the featured supporting cast. "Stage Door" will show Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Saenger. that for him to live was Christ, that his whole being was devoted to his Master. This loyalty and devotion had so dominated Paul's every thought, word and action that he had no fear of anything in life, and no fear of death. He lived in a world of spiritual realities that death could not destroy. He had the profound faith that even in death he would gain through a closer relationship to his Lord. It should be remembered in this lesson that Paul was writing to Christians who were in the midst of discouragement and persecution, in a city where he himself had been cast into prison. It was in this city of Philippi, in his missionary journey to Europe, that Paul had been arrested and thrown into the inner prison with his feet fast in the stocks, and it was here that the prison doors had been opened and the jailer had thrown himself at the feet of Paul, inquiring, "Sir, what must I do to be saved?" We need to read this lesson of Paul in the light of the places and backgrounds and experiences of his missionary journeys. These Philippians understood perfectly well what he meant when ho spo"ke of the things that had happened to him, making for the progress of the gospel. In reading all Paul's Epistles, we should consider carefully the city and the particular Christians to whom they were addressed. A good plan is to read the Book of the Acts at the same time as the Epistles, tracing Paul's missionary journeys and his experiences in the founding of the churches to which he later addressed his letters. IT'S OUR R1KTHDAY XMAS DAY GIFTS FOR FIRST 200 LADIES Lets Celebrate Folks; Everyone is coming to our First Anniversary parly Saturday (Xmas Day). A birthday for the New Theatre and i\ treat for you. As we have a specially selected program for Ihis liig event with gifts for (he ladies. The Arniiuid Co. has prepared for us this special beauty kil, so useful everyone \\ill want to own one. .May we take (his opportunity of (hanking you for thai loyal support given us li.v (lie good people of Hope, Hemps(aead comity and surrounding (rade area during the pasi year. fllKURYCHRITMAS. SATURDAY—XMAS DAY—11 a.m. to 11 p.m. No. 12 (End) "The Painted Stallion" Our Gang Comedy—Mickey Mouse SUNDAY & MONDAY And when iUarleuc Dietrich find t'lifirlfs Ho.ver kindle their romantic fire for I lie first lime tugellier on the screen it lakes all (he exotic lieaul.> of lerh- nifoliir IK (I e p i r 1 the greatesl M-M.snliiui since tin; (iai-ilfii nl Kdi'ii. You'll lie Thrilled by the Mad Tci'vcir of This Romance.— MARLKNK 0IETR10H CHARLES B0YER —in— "The Garden of Allah" In Technicolor Also—"Public 1'ays", Latest News D O U 3 L E F E T U R E TUES-WED. (Come Early) Thrills Adventure of Hit Wilds "Renfrew of the Royal Mounted" -ALSO— Eric Linden, Boots Mallory in—"HERE'S FLASH CASEY" Thurs. f RONALD COLE! _ I in "The Man Who Broke the Bank of &rri. \^ (Star of Lost Horizon) MAN Monte Carlo" FIRST BAPTIST William Russell Hamilton, Pastor "Help At All Times" -is the topic of the Sunday morning sermon by the pastor. This service begins at 10:55. Sunday school with interesting classes for all ages beginning at 9:45. The attendance has been gratifying indeed. The average since the first of November has been gratifying indeed. The average since the first of November has been 363. The attendance last Cotton Pickers to Play for a Dance Negro Band at Elks Hall for Dance Tuesday Night The Carolina Cotton Pickers, a 13- picce negro orchestra, will play for a holiday dance at Elks Hall next Tuesday night, December 28. The dance, sponsored by Speedy Hufson, begins promptly at 9:30 p. m, and will continue until 2 a. m. Tile Carolina Cotton Pickers, although they have played throughout the South, will be making their first appearance here. Tlic orchestra comes to Hope from Shrevcporl. The Elks hall will be decorated for the occasion. The Kamliy Complete Fibber McGee: Molly, where had we better plant these Baby Breath seeds? Molly: Well, I'd say to plant 'em between the 'Mums and the Poppies. Last Prayer in the Bible." Ladies Auxiliary meets at the church Monday at 2:30 p. m. 'Prayer meeting at T:45 Wednesday evening. 'This is th(j house of God. The people pf the city and the community, and strangers in particular, are invited to its services. A home like-welcome awaits you. Christianity is social. Speak to the one next to you at the close of the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Fred R. Harrison, Pastor Sunday was 413. Following the Baptist Training Union which meets at 6:30, the young people of the church who have been away to school will present a program in the church auditorium at 7:30. Seventeen students from seven different schools, located in four states, will present a program on "Today And Tomorrow With Christ." A special invitation is extended to high school students to be present at this "Student Night Program." itoi'E GOSPEL TABERNACLE Bert Webb, Pastor Sunday school will be held as usual next Sunday at 9:45 at the Tabernacle and an earnest invitation is extended to be present, especially at the Christinas season should we remember the Lord, as well as during the whole year. Bring your children and come. There will be no preaching services cither at 11 or 7:30 next Sunday due to the absence of the pastor from the city. We urge our people to visit the other churches of Hope. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL First Sunday After Christmas Feast of Saint Stcphcll. Sunday school 10 a. m, Morning praytr, 11 a. m. Service conducted by Ray Reader. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST E. S. Ray, I'astor Sunday school at 9:45. Preaching at 11. Subject: "A Question and the Answer." Evening services; B. Y. P. T. meets at 6:30. Preaching at 7:30. Subject: All regular services will be held Sunday. 10 a. m,—Church School. 10:55 a. m.—Congregational worship. Sermon subject: "The Gifts of the Wise Man." 6:45 p. m.—Intermediate and Young People's Epworth Leagues. 7:30 p. m.—Student Recognition Service in honor of College Young People. FIRST CHURCH OF NAZARENE James R. Walsh, Pnstor Sunday school at 10 n. m. Every boy or girl in Hope who does not attend Sunday school, we give them a most hearty invitation to attend one of our Bible classes. Morning worship at 11 a. m. A message that will be of interest to all we are sure. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. A special message at this hour. The interest is growing in our church, for whitch we are thankful to the entire public. We had a very nice numbei at our evening service last Sunday. We are looking for a growing number in the services this Sunday. If there are any who love gospel singing. We invite you to attend our services. And help us sing gospel songs. Our church welcomes the public. INSURE NOW WUh ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance well of Marshall, Texas. Dr. and Mrs. Dun Smith will have .is Christmas guests, Mr. and Mrs. Brents McFherson and daughter, Palsy of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Erashier and children of Eastlaml, 1'exas. —o— As my Christmas wish to you 1 pray the prayer Ihe Easterners d May the peace of Allah abide with you— Whereever you stay, whereever you go- May the beautiful palms of Alia grow-Through days uf labor and nights of rest, May the love of Allah make you blest. So, I touch my heart, as the Easterners' do, May the peace of Allah abide with you .... Sounds Probable Professor, How Could You? Absent-minded Professor to Secretary: I am going to be out for awhile, so if 1 should return during my absence remind me to wail until I get back. SWEATERS $1.00 to $6.95 Separate and Twin Sets The Gift Shop PHONE 252 From Mnlco's home-office . . . from the Manager's office of both KIALTO and SAENGER . . . and from the folks coming through the— M0TOE Show time, both theaters Saturday 1:15 to 11 p.m. Tim McCoy —in— "ACES & EIGHTS" Double Program SMITH BALLEW —iii- IIaroltl Bell Wright's "WESTERN Serial "Jungle Menace" Cartoon OUR SUN - MON & TUBS SHOW IT'S A SCREAM- IT'S A HOWL- IT'S A PANIC! Hugh Herbert, Allen Jenkins & Marcia Ralston n "SH-H-H, THE OCTOPUS" TOMiTE Edw. G, Robinson "THE LAST GANGSTER" / Xmas \ V Day / 1:15 to 11 p.m. DOUBLE SHOW ALL SEATS Down Stairs 25c "LAW FOR TOMBSTONE" Wendy Barrie Kent Taylor Mischa Auer —in— "Prescription for Romance" "DICK TRACY" Serial and Cartoon Comedy OUR SUN - MON & TUBS SHOW CALL NUMBERS Representative JACK WITT

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