Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 29, 1937 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 29, 1937
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^Wednesday, December29,1937 S*SS*SS^?t™!l "•" - ii _ i _"""»-«^ Maa^a^j^, ,.••• __ ij ^_ . ^ . The manlle that is falling from the jp, passing year, I SfEmbroidercd with joys nnd tears, itfMiulo heavy with .sighs and yet light with love, Which banished doubts and fcnrs. 'Tis woven with youthful ambition wool, And the warp of Hope's golden hue; 'Tis bound by life's jxiwerful friendship lies, And . lined with thoughts—kind and true. We .smoothc from its folds every wrinkled crease Of worry and dull despair, And s-towe it with those of the yesteryear In memory'.s chest so fair. And as there i.s born a New Year lo us- Its coming we will gladly hail | And will weave it a mantle of texture m re Worth-while in its each detail. —Selected. HOPE STA& HOPE, ARKANSAS afc What Women Want Even More Than Riches or Fame Muskogce, Okla., Miss Pearl Middlebrooks of Okmulgee, Okla., and Miss Edna Middlebrook.s of the Little Hock High School faculty. -O- Harpor Leipcr, who has .spent the holidays with relatives and friends in Malvern and with his sister, Mrs. Fin-i i ley Ward and Mr. Ward and Mis Billy Bob Herndon and Mr. Herndon in this city left Wednesday morning' for his home in Houston, Texas. I ~o- i; Dr. P. B. Carrigan and ncico, Miss' Nancy Uulh Currigun are si.ciiilingl several days in New Orleans, La. — O— Miss Irene Joyce DeLony of Little Hock is the guest of Mi.ss Marie Antoinette Williams. ; Miss Daisy Dorothy Heard, who spent the Christmas holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Heard left Tuesday for Magnolia where she will resume her studies in the A, and M College. -O- Frionds will be glad to know that Kathryn anil Boise Sterling, who have been in a Booncvilh- hospital for the pasl six months have returned to the home in (his city, fully restored t normal health. -Q- Mrs. Mary Middlebrooks and Mi; Lillie Middlebrooks had as holidi guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kinnear o 2 ND RETURN — SHOWING Many requests have forced u lo again bring hack that beau liful ALL-COLOR picture— "THE TRAIL —of the— LONESOME PINE" —willi— FHE» IHacftlURRAY SYLVIA SIDNEY & HENRY FONDA "DR. QUIZZZER" Will pay cash for your answers. —On the Screen— KAY FRANCIS "FIRST LADY" THUR-FRI THEY'RE HERE-! fy On the Screen Vy DOPE'S OWN KIDDIES In Hit; 2 rt-cl comedy ttm( was filmed right lii-rt; in Jl<i|ie— "KIDNAPPED" OUR FEATURE I'lt'TURE JACK HOLT UNDER SUSPICION A COLUMBIA PICTURE HERE'S OUR FRi NITE 11 SHOW NEW YEAR'S EVE Mrs. May Wilson had as Christmas 1 guests, her son, Dr. P. W. Wilson and | Mrs. Wilson and little daughter of) Litllc Rock. Mrs. Wilson and (laugh- 1 ler remaining over this week, will Ix; joined by Dr. Wilson for the New Year day visit. I -O- I Miss Sophia Purkins Williams- is .••ppmlini,' thi.s- week in Little Hock, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Edward Woodford and Mr. Woodford. j -O- I Mr. and Mrs. f{. It. Franklin left, Wednesday morinng for Callatin, Tenn i on iiccount of the passing of Mr i Franklin's brother, Jim Franklin of Gallatin. __ f^. „ Mr. and Mrs. Pete Laseter and little son have returned from a delightful holiday visit with Mrs. Laseter's par- 1 cuts. Mr. and Mrs. A. 15. Gunn in Don- < ipliiin, Mo. Miss Pauline Tolleson cnlerlaiiti-d a' group of her young fucmls at a very' delightful party on Tin-Hay evening at her lionie on South Mam .slici-t.' Dancing, games and contests featured ! the entertainment for the evenim;, • nfter whirli mid drink.s and sand-; wit-lies were .served to about ,','(). i -o- I Mrs. D. A. Oan of Anadarko, Okla.. 1 and Mrs. [{. Woods of Sallis.iw. Okla.. an- Kuesl.s in the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Leonard Kllis. By KUT1I MILLETT With .-ill the women there are in the' I world wanting to be attractive to men. (it itt juvl possible (here are some men , in the world who return the compliment. OOPS! W don't expect you you Mrs. Robert Daniels of Houston. Texas, is visiting with her parents. Mr. ;md Mrs. J. L. Powell. East Second street. to admit that are interested in being a heartbreaker or concerned about holding one woman's love. But we offer you —not entirely without selfish motives —some of our ideas about the way we would like you to be. Take them or let them alone. You don't care whether other girls like the girl of your choice or not. If they don't you Uulh Millett probably think they are merely jealous—(and you may he right i. But we want other men to like and respect you. 11iat i.s important. .M; M of you expect in to be Rood : looking, bui on that score we are much more "charitable." We put sue ecss above beauty--except for our .-•e)v<--S;-any day in the week. We like yon at any age if you havi lo.-irneil how to make us feel glamor ou.s. This in spite of the fact that yot w;inl us to he young. When yon are "protective" we arc completely happy. We aren't helpless i mil. please, pretend we are. I We don't like you to be loo serious iiny inoix- than you go for "intellectual girls. Of course, wo expect yoi to know everything in the world, bu it the knowledge weighs you down 01 you try to make us listen to all yoi know, you aren't much fun. don't like for you to mak LAST UA V "RENFREW OF THE '. ROYAL MOUNTED" I" -anil- < 'Here's Flash Casey^j Thursday & Friday JH Ronald Coleman ;" —in— if" IThe Man Who Broke"; Uhe Bank at Monte Carlo' > A I'Oth ('t-nliir.v Fox i'iclurc °* uilli JOAN HENNETT SATURDAY ONLY TEX RI'ITEH —in- "I-'RONTIER TOWN" .Com. Sun.—"A STAR I.S BORN"!" • •«••_______..___. _. •; '••• « H-M i i u iw jui" you vo rnrt Kt iV.Vi j di.spai-.ujing remarks about other men _-_-_ i any more than you enjoy hearing u.s .say in a voice of .surprise "Mary look, I almost smart tonight." Or "Jane ha. i improved a hundred per cent." i We will believe almost anything that you really want us to believe— providing the story is reassuring We don't like to have you try to . make love to us the first time you I take us out. Not because we have ] sci-uplu.s—but because it i.s such an unflattering gesture. We think no more- of a casual good night kiss than i.f a handclasp -and if we have cn- • jo.vi-d being with you, we much prefer it. We wish that you would be gay and cart-free about your "courting." And as much as anything else, perhaps, «e want you to be attentive in .-mall ways, standing up for us, picking ui/ for u.s. holding doors and coats for us. For into each small courtesy we read more than the fact that you .'.re a gentleman. Each bit of special attention i.s a pleasant reminder that wv are women. One last tiling. We know there is a double standard fear there always will lie. But we don't like to be re minded of it. Large Injections (Continued from Page One) S-A-l-E NOW TN PUOGItESS Coats and Suits L A D I E S' Specialty Shop No dnnfirr, folks. Philip llolzworlh, 13 months, has ,-i fire-on lifilit, and is just milking a turn. The Cliifjigo youngster loanu-d to walk scvcrjil weeks afc'o with the aid of roller .skates, ;md gets around bcllcr with them than without. lartic-ularly to physical therapeutic It-vices. During the year new types >f tents for treatment with oxygen iml other gassos were developed. New •cspirators and iron lungs were intro- luced which cover only the upper half if the body. There were also developed new deices Cor administering heat lo the loci, using the short radio waves, and ther devices for aiding the hard of earing. New types of machines were developed to provide the alternating vacuum which makes possible the fill- ing and emptying of the blood vc&sels in the legs to overcome deficiencies of the circulation. Among public health problems of great concern are the increasing number of motor accidents; the development of new apparatus, and better control of air conditioning; the development of new legislation for controlling the purity and safety of foods, drugs and cosmetics; and investigations of the dangers to health brought about by variou spoisonous substances used to prevent parasite damage. GENERAL ELECTRIC Products Harry W. Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 CAL NUMBER 8 Representative JACK WITT In- ri-fli-eieil in unusual hemorrhagi conditions ami ways have been devisci to give relief. New Insulin Devised The advances, in the field of drug*, include sulfanilamide, which - correctly prepared- has been found especially valuable in streptococcus infections in certain foi m.s of gonorrhea, particularly that affecting the eyes of infant; at birth; in meningitis; in maMoidilis, and in infecltrm at childgirlh. and also in other types of infection. The •i-very of this drug i.s believed to open a new era in |) 10 fj o l,l of chcmica and drug treatment. I Of >pciial importance, although not related alone to 1!), P J7, UM.S Ilie culnu'ii- j iiiion ol work with the new protamiiR- I /iiu- insulin which brings greater com- fori and safety for die patient with diabetes. Patients take it much less fr<--i|iu-iilly than (he old type insulin. Other discoveries concern new an- f.-the-tics such as vmalhime, panlo- c-.nne anil c\ clupropain' Jin- development of new information concerning the vitamins led to the awarding of ihe Nobel pri/e for 1937 lo t-/.ent (Jytirgi who i.-, credited with isolating and conlnhuling greatly to tin- knowledge ,,f vitamin C. It was aunt uiuc-d also that vitamin B had I.een developed in pure form, that a new ln.-moiTh.iyie vilamm called vita- K had been i,-,nl,,ted. and thai vitamiu A had been developed in crystalline form. Medicine turned u.-, atlenlion also "i yuvss \vc didn't beat Unit train to the crossing, t PAGU THREE U, S. Receives Film (Continued from Page One) loose with bombs and machine guns Both lifeboats from the P,-mny, which were machine-gunned, .showed American flags," he said. Three observation pianos first flow over the gunboat, Alloy said. These were followed 30 seconds later by the bombers. "When the bombers power-dived toward the Pnnay," he continued, "at the ba.se of the dive, with the motors almost shut off, t could hear machine guns popping from the planes." After the Fanny bombing, Alley said, ic and his party walked 15 miles the 'irst night, to Hoshicm. As soon as the party boarded the rescue ship Oahu, the photographer related, "The films never left the navy charge until they arrived here." He said his pictures show the attack by the Japcno.se planes. the actual sinking of the Panay, and the ship being abandoned under fire, a swell as the rescue by other vessels. Illoiin Mnsso/sjwso sums up attractively the feminine idea that "we want our men to make us feel glamorous." Telegraph advices to Sacnger theater Wednesday said the Panay film would be shown in Hope January 9 and 10. Tokio Mrs. G. C. McLarty and daughter, Miss Hazel spent the Christmas holidays with their mother Mrs. Tom Thompson at Highland. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edmiaston of Sulphur Springs Texas, visited Mrs. Edmiaston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holt Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higgins and baby of Hot Springs visited relatives here Chrislmas. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Coolcy were Irading in Nashville Friday. J. T. Warren was a business visitor lo Nashville Friday. Oscar ReeSe of Nashville was here on business Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McLarty and children of Nashville visited relatives here Sunday. Bert Scott of McCaskill was 'here on business Friday. H. R. Holl was in Nashville Sun- clay on business. C. T. Epanhanks and Vornon McLaughlin were in Nashville Monday on business. Fred Slueart of Nashville was here Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Huddleston are both unable to be out on account of rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higgins of Hot Springs spent Christmas with relatives here. Miss Juanita Tommy of Nashville ;pcnt the last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McLarty. Harold and Burncll Stewart left Sunday for the lower Rio Grande •alley where Miss Burnell will be married to Herman Daigel. Mr. Youth, 15, Gets Life in Murder HARBOR SPRINGS, .--Gregory and his sister, Winifred, wish the United States geodetic survey would explain this one to them. Last June 12, Lee and his siste? wrote their names and addresses on some cards and sealed them In three bottles which they tossed into Little Traverse bay. Recently Lee received a letter from John C. Osoinach, Hanover, N. ft, slating he had found one of the bottles on the banks of the Connecticut river near Hanover. Lee would like to know how the bottle crossed the Great lakes and the St. Lawrence river, the Atlantic coast and Long Island sound—if it really did. So Theylfay While most boys his ago are going to skating parties, dances and other winter social activities, pleasant-appearing 15- year-old Nick Megugorac, above, has nothing to look forward to except a life in prison. A jury convicted him of murdering a filling station attendant during a hcldup in Los Angeles. Superior Judge Dudley Valentine s&ntenced the; youngster, but was so broken up by the case he had to go to bed Daigel is employed in the citrus harvest in the valley. Miss Stewart is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart of Highland. Marshal Lloyd Beard and father of California spent last week visiting relatives here. Mack Coolcy of Corinth visited relatives here Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Cooley and baby of Kirby spent Christmas with relatives here. George Tommy of Nashville was here on business Saturday. Fred Jackson of Nashville was a business visitor here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Irby Maroon visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marlor at Hope Cliristmas. Miss Ruby Marlor of Hope is visiting her sister, Mrs. Irby Maroon. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. McLaughlin visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Wisdow at Bills Christmas, 'Feminine foundations are too solid . . what I have in mind Is an elastic satin.—Elstt Schiaparelli, noted Parisian designer of fashions. I want a baby of my own and 1 waht' t before I am 25.—Dorothy Lamour, actress, planning to quit films for the event in a year. I get no nagging at home, so I can take it in public life.—Mayor F. La Guardia, New York City. My girl in the fourth grade got 142 arithmetic questions in one lesson one night last week.—Amos Fisher, Pennsylvania Amishman, citing disadvantages of modern education. I think there is more solidarity of conviction and purpose in the Republican party today than in the groups that make up the socalled Democratic party.—Alfred M. Landon. for Baby's Cold Proved best by two generations of mothers. Orville W. Erringer State IWanagcr Hamilton Trust Fund Sponsored by Hamilton Depositor Corp. Denver, Colorado, . • :' SWEATERS $1.00 to $6.95 Separate and Twin Sets The Gift Shop PHONE 252 TOPCOAT All New Coats All Regular Sizes All First Quality Our entire slock of this season's lopcoals are included in this clearance. These all wool coats you will find in a model and style to fit your taste Beautiful patterns in all dark shades. Double and single breast models m plain hacks, half belt backs «md bell all around moclles. Values §lo.oO lo §22.50— Your unrestricted choice of any coat in the house $ 13 FREE */ J5 You will look a long time before matching these values. With each of the above topcoats sold we will give absolutely free a Phoenix wool or rayun muffler in a beautiful pattern and shade to match the coat. TWO GROUPS OF COATS AT GIVE AWAY PRICES In this group you will find carried over coals that are not the newest in style hut that are worth every cent of the asking price. Single and double breasted models in plain and belled backs. All are from well known and famous makers. A group of boy's and small men's topcoats are included in Ihis carried over lot. None arc now in style or pattern, but some of them arc as acceptable as today's styles and all are as warm as the besl on today's market. The material alone is worth the asking price. $O95 9 $195 3 THIS IVFEK ONLY Wilson Bros. Oban collar shirts in this seasons patterns and shades. All woven materials. 3 $£.00 for 3 — Shirlcrafl Airman Shirts in white univ. All Sizes. $1.39 1 KNITTED SPORTSWEAR By Wilson Bros. Famous "Skipper" S|>urlswcur in new styles, shades and patterns. Slip-over, button, and zipper fronts. Sports and plain backs. S1.S3 Quality $2.95 Quality $11.00 11.00 $A ?:i.'J5 Quality $0-95 HAYNES BROS. "There Is No Profitable Substitute tor Quality"

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