Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 23, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 23, 1935
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Fmne smiled at her and said: "Well done indeed, today! A laurel for your head And cheers along the way. A medal for your breaM, For this day you-ve done your best! Has triumph made you voln That you'll attempt no more? There still ore heights to gain Harder than those before. Safely you've struggled through This troubled and perplexed time, Success has smiled on you! And we think you've done fine! With apologies to Edgar A. Guest, the above poem is dedicated to our own Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp, who has just closed two successful terms as president of the Arkansas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy followed up by an overwhelming success as general chairman of the General U. D. C. convention which has just closed one of the most successful meetings in its history from every standpoint. Mrs. Lowthorp had asipersonal pages and divisional pages during tho convention, the following young southern women, Mrs. Glenn J. Durham of Hope, Miss Hattie Boone Black of DeWitt, Miss Betty Burton of Lcwi.sville, Miss Helen Hughes of Benton.. Mifs Sara Polk Farrar of Lake Village. Tho above pages entertained Mrs. Lowthorp at a most delightful luncheon on November 22. in the main.dining room of the Arlington Hotel, and presented her with a gift of handsome linen. Mrs. Lowthorp presided over the opening program of the convention, at which time a bus distribution and noighborllncss for the solving of these problems is not God's job but ours. He has provided. Thanks should ho to Him. And wo turn to that Old Book, which Is as old as yesterday, as new as today and Will never be forgotten for the following: '"Die Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in (free pastures; He leadeth me j beside the still waters. He restoreth j my s6ul; He leadeth me in the paths of j righteousness for His name's sake. I Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear n? evil; for thou are with me, thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou prepares! a table before me, in the presence of mine enemies; thou nrinointesl my head with oil, my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever."—May your Thanksgiving day be a happy one! Joan Crawford at Saenger Sunday With Brian Aherne in "I Live My Life" — on Screen Three Days A visitor on tho "I Live My Life" set might have written home a letter on horn temperamental Joan Crawford is. The picture is at the Saenger Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. While cameras whirred, she stormed through a drawing room, smashing lamps, vases, anything in flower sight, pots, clocks- including an Miss Eva Owen left Friday for a vi.sit with relatives and friends in Temple, Texas. load of singers ^ N Mrs. Salome Simms Burm of Los Angeles, Calif., who is spending the winter with relatives in Little Rock arriving Friday for a visit with Mr. :md Mrs. R. M. Briant and other old I friends and relatives in Columbus and lexarkana. Mrs. Christine Basham of the Soil Erosion Department left Saturday to spent the week end with home folks n Toxarkana. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Young were -—ffl Music Notes of Interest to Music Lovers of Southwest Arkansas The .l*ftrl nf the Club In Music Education. In the.matter of musical education as it can be carried on by music clubs, let us consider how it can be done The majority of members in a majority of clubs have had college music courses and have n foundation of Hie Adrian-designed wedding gown which friends fnun j hosts on Friday evening at a most do- | was torn to ribbons, dramatic All this for a new picture. attending the convention in Hot Springs complimented Mrs. Earl Hodges of New York City, a former Arkansian, with a breakfast in the main dining room of the Arlington hotel. Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp, immediate past president of the state convention and general chairman of the general convention U. D. C. presided. Notable among those present were Mrs. Lora various aspects of music. For these the music clubs must provide the j means by which this knowledge will be enriched by a familiarity with great musical literature. Programs should be planned to fit a definite pattern so that each season will add a new chapter to those already learned. The educational influence of the music club may be extended beyond the actual memfccrshhx Indeed' lit must be in order to fulfill its mission. Its programs should be shared with others, not only associate members but, occasionally, with the public. It should provide a musical outlet for every type of musician by developing Choral groups and instrumental ensembles. It should assist the school authorities with their music program. It should plan a Music Week which Will be a real festival and which will use every musical resource of your community. It must 'assiilt in the presentation of artists to provide the opportunity to hear the best performances of the best music. It should advertise the fine radio programs and tho musical motion pictures which are developing so rapidly. Wherever it is possible, perhaps in co-operation with a little theater group, operatic productions must be fostered In other words, the music club should be the musical center about which your community revolves. See to it that it zine. -_ ,,- ,-, — — .. . *....... ....... ^ , ii/.-r,.-, ,ji, i » i vi (( , ,j vunii ifj ,!>.<» i.iw.ji. ..•>-- r , - I ^-*-'uuilu I Illy reVQIVCS OCC to It I Hope were present as a special honor j li fi htfu! duck dinner at their home on | '" at \ c rlhc Proper note of fury, Di- j j s ._National Music'ciub MitnVi to her. . South Hervey street. The damask I !' cclor W - s - Van Dvke murmured, j » a «Jl____ On Thursday morning. 31 Arkansas covered dining table was beautifully I ]ust ""lore the scene began, "I'll bet _^^^ members of the U. D. C. who were appointed and had for its central dec- m ?HP 3 ' you_ can't do it in one 'take!'" pfc(J F^^^L/" **« CHOreCHES HPPO oration a huge flat bowl of yellow chrysanthemums and -baby breath flanked by yellow tapers in silver holders. Covers were laid for Mr.! and Mrs. John P. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. i A. J. Neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis. Mrs. Johnnie McCabe and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Young. Miss Edith Harvey will spend the Goolsby of Fort Smith, Mrs. Homer F. i week end with relatives and friends "Five dollars,' Joan went into it. She won. flashed, and Sloan of Marked Tree and Mrs. Samuel Preston Davis of Little Rock. Adding beauty to this delightful affair were Mrs. Lowlhorp's attractive pages —Our hat is off to Mrs. Lowthorp. On Thursday morning of the coining week we will gather in our accustomed places of worship to review the things the Lord has done for .us during the year that is drawing to its close. We have evidences that God has been good to us, even in greater measure than we had any right to ask or expect Him to be, for we have much to be thankful for, in spite of everything that we have done or left undone, there is food enough for all, there is> clothing enough for all, there , is shelter enough for all, but gathering, Shaver Springs The Shover Springs Home Demonstration club met with Mrs. George 1c on DRESSES THE GIFT SHOP (Mrs, C. P. Holland Crews November 21 with 12 in Arkadelphia. bers and 2 visitors present. o—— sj Tho devotional and prayer was giv- Mrs. Charles Haynes has returned 1 en by Mrs. George Crews. The roll from Hot Springs where she attended j was called and each member answer- HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE Bert Webb, Pastor, Sunday School 3:45 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Young Peoples Societies G:30 p. m. Evening Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. The revival will continue through week. The sermon subject for night is "God's Starvation the General U. D. C. convention. The Friday Music club motored to the beautiful home of Mrs. George Ware at the Experiment Station for its November meeting. With Mrs. J. C. Carlton presiding, activities of the Friday Music club for the past ten days were discussed. Plans were completed for the coming of Angelo Corleso, America's foremost harpist, who will be presented by the club in concert at the city hall on December 3. The Christmas music presentation was also discussed, after which the following-program, was given: "Program Music and Past Romanicists," Mrs. Fred Harrison. Piano, La petit and blanc Jacques," Ibert, by Mrs. Edwin Stewart. Piano, "Scenes from Childhood." Schuman, by Mrs. John Wellborn. Piano duet, "In The Hall of the Mountain King," Grieg, by Mcs- dames Carlton and Stewart. The next meeting will be held on December 13th ivilh Misses Mary Louise Keith and Harriett Story,as hostesses. Mrs. Truelt Simmons and little^ daughter, Patricia Sue, are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. King. John Paul Jones was an admiral in :he Russian navy after the Revolu- ionary war. Cotton crop forecast 11,141,000 bales; Irop of 323,000. "I LOVE LIFE and SUNDAY, MONDAY I I LOVE LOVE . . . & TUESDAY Matinee 2:30 Tues. why should I be cheated of the happiness that, is every girl's right — rich or poor!" They speak of me whifpcrs—let Ifiem! I'm tired (jf living their life—I'm going to live my own life now" . , . so eel by naming one of her blessings. The minutes were read and approved and the reports of the leaders present were given. During the business meeting the following officers were eltceed: President, Mrs. H. C. Collier; vice-president, Mrs. John Reed; secretary, Mrs. J. E. McWilliams; reporter, La Veta England. A Thanksgiving program was rendered as follows: Sons, Count Your Blessings. Reading, If You Want to Be Happy, La Veta England. Reading, by Mrs.' Minor Gordon. Reading, Thanksgiving of the Farm Home, Mrs. E. Aaron; The' First Thanksgiving, Mrs. Allie Collier. Song, Showers of Blessings. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Charlie Garner December 5, with the following program: Song, Silent Night. Devotional, Mrs. Garner. The Fij-st Christmas, Mrs. Howard Collier. Tho Night Before Christmas. Mrs. Aaron. A Christmas -story, Mrs. Sid 'Skinner. Song, Joy to the World. | Mrs. Ernest Ross and Mrs. Howard I Collier were winners of some flower bulbs in the reereattion contest. The demonstration was on Christmas gifts and patterns for toys were given to the members. Committee." Last Sunday wo had 128 in our Sunday school which is the best attendance we have had so far. We hope to have 150 tomorrow. Quite a little interest is being manifested in the., Sunday school contest. If you don't attend Sunday school elsewhere, we invite you to be with us Sunday morning. ;We look forward to a week of God's special blessing on Us and will be happy to have Christians and friends from'other churches help us. : President slates that world peace- is first of ,our_ naUonaLaims. • , Teddy Jones, former Hope coach, visited briefly here Friday on his way through to Nashville, where he refer- cdrl the Nashville-Searcy football game Friday night. Wl LIFE FRANK MORGAN • ALINE MccMAHON (•IIOKT UNITS:—March of Tine and News WED-NITE ONLY win, TOM BROWN, VIRGINIA WE I PIER. Our Fhankgiving Show Thirsday & Friday CROMWEU COMING:—WILL ROGERS "h Old Kentucky" Henry's Chapel Mrs. Lester Hamilton returned to her home at Prescott Sunday after a three weeks stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Elite. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dodson and daughter Margaret of Hope spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Perkins. Mr. ,'mcl Mrs. Joe Taulbeo of Mel- ro.se spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Parrish Fincher. Vina Mae Rothwell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hanson Rothwell ami son Ellis. Mr. Warren of Magnolia was a dinner guest of Mr. Fox Wednesday. Mrs. Mildred Owens a little son of Shreveport are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cobb and son Winston of this place, and Mrs. and Mrs. 'Silas Sanford and Mr. und Mrs. Eugene Moore of Hope visited Mrs. Dottie Bearden and son Glendon Sunday. Glendon has been on the sick list, we hope he will soon be better. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taulbee and Mr. and Mrs. Parrish Fincher spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fincher and daughter Patsy. Clara Ellis spent Friday night with Ruth Ann Cumbie. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Wiggins visited Mr. and Mrs. Garland of Emmet Sunday. Mrs. Nolen Levvallen visited Mrs. Jim Cumbie and daughter a while Tuesday afternoon. R. M. Fincher Jr. spent Sunday aft- emoon with Patsy Fincher. Mrs. Eunice Reece, Mrs. M. B. Gentry and Mrs. Lelia Gentry visited Mrs. Will Erwin Sunday afternoon. Mr. V. C. Johnston and daughter Willie Mae. Mr. Dempsey and Miss lone Green of Hope visited at the home of Rufe Fincher Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Grcenlee of Hope have huiiuht them 30 acres of land from D. 1''. WijL'fc-Jns and are building them a new home. We welcome them in this community. Mrs. Greenlee will be remembered as Miss Audra Fuller of Bodeaw. Good Health Calls For PLEASANT EATING —and here It Is— ROAST TURKEY ROAST GOOSE With Oyster Dressing ROAST YOUNG HEN FRIED CHICKEN With Home Made Ice Cream DIAMOND CAFE in the Hotel Henry T O L--E--T E X OIL COMPANY Tractor Fuels and Lube Oils. Anything for Your Car. Phone 370 Day and Nigllt uiiimimjiiiimimiHimiiitHmiiiiiiM. EDoes Your Roof Leak?= month of rain costs Hope cit-S —Izeiis more than one year's fireE —damage. •? 5 We Can Fix a Good Roof. 5 We Can Help an Old One. E § Sullivan Const. Co. 5 iiiiimmiimimmimmmimmiiiiiifi For All Kinds of INSURANCE Sec Roy Anderson and Company $50 to $500 On Cars and Trucks Highest Prices Paid for COTTON TOM KINSER MEAT CURING Ingredients BLACK PEPPER Jb 25c RED PEPPER ib Me SALT PETKE H, 25c The Very Best Quality BRIANT'S Drug Store M O NTS For 5 FOR K—B E E F = IT'S Better, Safer, = = Cheaper and Easier = JMONTS SEED STORE! Hope, Aik. = *l*:33l Here It Is---- means — ONE DAY ONLY - WEDNESDAY - NOV. The Greatest City-Wide Value Event Ever Held in Hope!! •:'•-'•. I * ,', The Merchants Displaying This "Off icial Emblem Urge You -To Take Advantage Of The Wonderful Values They Have Prepared! PRIZES for the Largest Family attending; for the Family Coming the Greatest Distance; for the Newest Bride and Broom. Band Concert and Pep Parade by the Hope High School. See the Band's Handsome New Uniforms m •& For the Merchants Displaying Official "Value Day" Banners—for Greatest Values! In This Great ONE-DAY "Value Event"-Remember—Only Four Week's till Christmas. Full Details and Announcements in Monday Evening's Hope Star

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