Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 1, 1938 · Page 2
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Why greet the New Yenr, if it is to l>e A copy of the ycnrs that went before— A tale of wrongs imri'ghled, that arc Unmindecl ntul songs unsung, of vie lory Thnt infirm Imncls let slip, yf children's tcnrs That no out" Iriod (o dry? How dare we write Another pn«e, unless it set nllgnt A Ix-ncon for the innrchors down lliu yenrs? Now by our vision of o brighter day, Our hope of duwn in everlasting night, Let tliis year sec us farther on the wtiy T)ni{ winds through dnrknc-ss to the sun-crowned Whore gleams u shining city. Ah, he- bold — And wuke thn New Year better thnn tin; old!- Selected. Circle No. 2 W. M. S. First Methodist church, Mrs. John Arnold leader will mr-et al 3 o'clock, Monday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Sam Mar- mnck. with Mrs. He/iry Hilt as joint hostess. The Jo Vcsey Circle, W. M. S. First Methodist church will hold its January meeting nt 7:30 Monday evening nt the home nf Mrs. H. L. Broach. Mr. and Mrs. John I'. Vi-sny have returned from a holiday visit with relatives in San Antonio, Texas. Circle No. 3 W. M. S., First Methodist will hold Us January mot-linn lit 3 o'clock Munduy nftenmon nt the- homo of Mrs. W. C. Allison -O- Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Stewart and little »n. Barry win, | )U vc been holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Slewnrl and R. T. White will leave Sunday fur SWEATERS $1.00 to $6.95 Separate nnd Twin Sets The Gift Shop PHONE 252 = SATURDAY ONLY = = TEX RITTER | = -In- = 5 'FRONTIER TOWN' | their home in Vlcksburg, Miss. -O— The W. M. U., First Baptist church will meet for its regular monthly business session ul 2:30 Monday afternoon at the church. The Executive Board of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will meet at 3 o'clock, Monday afternoon at the church. Mr. and Mrs. S^rT Brinlit will celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary Saturday evening with n turkey dinner at their home on North Hervey street. -o- w— A wedding that come ns a surprise to their friends, nnd one ushering in the Yow Year was that of Miss Evelyn Muldrow. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. W. Muldrow to James Olln Murphy, which took place at 12:15 on January 1st at the home of the bride on North Hervey street, with Dr. Thos. Brewstor pastor of the First Presbyterian church rending the bcnutiful and impressive ring service in the presence of the families, relative* mid friends. In the early purl of Ihe evening friends of the young couple had been invited to a New Year Eve parly, and wore-surprised with the wedding Gaynor, March, at New This Sunday "A Star IB Born" Features Them in Technicolor Production Janet Gaynor nnd Predric March come to the Nr-w (heater for two days on Sunday in David O. Sei/iv.ck's tech- nicolor production. "A Stnr Is Born." This glamorous story of a !HUt country girl who came to Hollywood, faced the odds of 100,000 to one nnd scaled the heights of .stardom, marks the first up-to-the-minute story lo be filmed in technicolor. Adolphe Menjou, May Kobson, Andy Devine and Lionel Slander ure foHlur- ed in Ihe supporting casl, which also includes Owen Moore, Peggy Wood, Elizabeth Jenns, Edgar Kennedy, .1. C. Nuuont, Guinn Williams and others. 1937 LaboPsBest (Continued from Page One) . HOPE. ARKANSAB Rialto Starting Sunday when ,he New Year was ushered i, Hie living room decorations were'In fund. Benefit payments begin after January 1, 1939. Since establishment of the state unemployment compensation office, it has collected $1,098,719.9:1 from M,7!IO employers who employ IfiO.OOO woik- i-i-s. Prior to adoption of the stale law the government collected $350,000 in Arkansas for purposes the stale l.ink and white, with an improvises <ill:ir formed with tall floor baskets filled with pink gladioli and cnn- deliihrii wilh pink tapers. Proceeding the ecri-Mumy, Mrs. W. Y. Foster sang "I 1,0vi- Yin. Truly" she was accompanied by Mrs. Dorsey Mcllue, who »lso plnyod the wedding march. The bride was attired in a modish costume of blue velvet, her shoulder corsage wan of pink carnations and narcissi. There were no attendants. An informal reception followed Ihe ceremony. The (lining mum decorations were in the Christinas colors. The bride's table was centered with a crystal lx)wl of Nandinas .surrounded Employment Service The unemployment compensation act also provided a uuopcrntivu agreement wilh the federal government for a xlale employment service beginning January I. A contract for this service was completed last week. The new service will be free for employers and employes of Ihe state. Its chief pur- IH>XU is to carry out unemployment compensation work. McKinloy said that Arkansas now gives the laborer more protection in collection of his wages than any state in the union. 'Ilio legislature strengthened the wave- collection law by pro viding for Issuance of attachment [(iiiremcnt of a bond to lit. most Klamm-oM.s .stnr ami the cleverest director in pictures join forces or he first lime! Mnrlciic Dietrich and Ernst LubiLsch ure shown lu g cther tile liiaHo Ihonter ""* "^ V^*"*' " A " gc '''" whlch ; »>» eu ™ Suiltl "y »t Saenger Starting Sunday crystal Ixiwl of Nandinas .surrounded V1(jm l5 lor issuance 01 ullncliment wilh crimson candies in crystal hold-1 without the requirement of a bond tc i-i-s. Tin; bride's cake was cut and! bu executed by the worker in case; served with fruit punch, assisting wni ' r< - - the defendant is indebted to hin in the courtesies, were Mrs George for W11 K 1>K earned. Duke-. Miss Lucy Hannah, Miss Lynn Duj ''»« I'"' Wr I'ltbor Commission- HMV-IH^I.. M,,,! vi; L .- ur;.,.,:., T .... u»i i er Harrv Malcom received 501 claim; the courtesies, were Mrs. George Duke-. Miss Lucy Hannah, Miss Lynn Uayle.ss and Miss Winnie Lee Floyd. Out of (own nut-sis were Karl Gideon and two daughters of Glenwood. -o- Ouring ihe year Labor Commissioner Harry Malcom received 501 claims involving alleged unpaid wages of $12,799.82. By agreement and court action 302 claims involving K984.G8 were settled. Eighty-nine were dismissed The Womans Auxiliary of St. Mark's Kf!ltlci1 - Eighty-nine were dismissed Episcopal church will meet Monday j Eighty-one still are pending. Since iflcrnoon al 3 o'clock at the home of P assil « e of a " !u;l '» 1S3:! authorizing Mrs. A. L. Black, North Louisiana I tho slnlc 'iL'partment |o accept woge litrfyt claims for collection, it has receivec • i H No. 1 "S. O. S. Coast Guard" = Cartoon and Cmm-dy = Sunday & Monday | E In Tcclmicolnr E H JANET GAYNOR I | FREDRIC MARCH 1 i —i»- § ,| "A STAR IS BORN" 1 § with ADOU'll MKNJOU E |EXTRA EXTRA! =750 ft. of the sinking of the PANAY= S. . you will want to see for yourself.^ E 1'lus "Mickey Mouse" E The following item from the San- bernardino Sun of Saiibernardino. Calif., "Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Byrd of a., r. an rs. . . yr o 1 an n . ny cases 2770 State .street wen? hosts at Yule- ! purled involving claims of , tide festivities in which a number of Twelve were adjusted through collec lims . .. .. 4.137 claims for $184,809.03. Malcom reported fewer sharccroj cases reached the department last yeai than in 193G. Only 50 cases were re$1,100. relatives joined. Mrs. D. T. Chamber- tion of $300. Three cases were re- . . . . - . lain of Hope, Arkansas, who is to visit f erred to the courts. Tho others are here for a considerable period of time pending. was greeted with pleasure by the I Another piece of important 1937 leg- group. Mrs. Chamberlain is the mother islulion iri relation to labor was at of the hostess who also welcomed her' umcndmenl lo the law in reference U, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. nnd , 'he employment of women, extending Mrs. D. E. Byrd of Oakland and an- it to banks, hotels and restaurants other son now attending the Uni- ' o:| ii companies and public utilities. versily of California at Berkley, Gene j The law provides a nine-hour day und Byrd. The Christinas day was marked by a dinner party and the guests from the north remained for the weekend." Tho Duke of Wellington is credited with firsl use of the phrase, "circumstances over which I have no control," in reference to business complications with which his son was involved in 183H or 1840. PARAMOUNT TIIKATKK—TKXAKKANA TKIJil'HONK 2000 Not A MOTION PICTURE ONE GALA NIGHT TUES. JAN. 4th Biggest Stage Success of Recent Years Doors Open 7:30 PULITZER PRIZE PLAY 1937 I YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU' 3?MOKHAimfGEO.S.KAUfMAN )HajJ_O'-ilers Now! Make Check lo I'urmnumit Tliealre Orch. $3.00—$2.40/All Taxes \ Bal. $1.80—$1.20 \ Included / PRICES HELP! US GET A NEW NAME We want a name that matches our modern laundry; a name that has originality and that will be easy to remember. To the three names selected we will give— 3 AWARDS 1st $10.00 Free Laundry 2nd 5.00 Free Laundry 3rd 2.50 Free Laundry 1. Usu the buck siili- of oui- Luundiy List-Ftunily Finish WusJi to write your stigge-sliua of Our New Nome. 2. Vuu may le-:ive this ul Hope Slur, llopu Slemii Uimulry, or (jive- it to gur drivers. 6 3. You have the entire month of Jiumary to turn in your entries Also, you may turn in us many Names as you desire (one on each sjjy, anil must be on Family Finish Umudry U s jj For Prompt Laundry Service PHONE 148 six-day week. It also fixes u minimum wage of $1 a day for those* with less than six months experience and $1.25 for those with more than six months experience. The U. S. supreme court the past year reversed a former decision and made the minimum wage law feature of the net operative. McKinley said the labor department i through its wage collection division had been successful in collecting Ihe difference between Ihe wage paid I women workers and Ihe minimum | wage fixed by the law, more than 50 I such cases being handled since Ihe U. I S. court decision. A department inspector found 550 violations of the law j referring to employment of females ' and adjusted 513 of them. In enforcing Die stale boiler inspection law, the stale department inspected 1,193 boilers, condemning 4li j of them as unsafe for further use. Dur' ing the past six years only two boiler explosions have occurred in the- state compared lo an average of six annually before enactment of the inspection law. Safety Legislation Wilh the exception of mining safely laws, McKinley said the first stop in the direction ul safety legislation wa.s taken the past year with enactment of a measure providing that employers furnish safely devices und safe-guards, doing everything reasonably necessary to protect life, health, safety and welfare of employes. The act also provides for safety in public buildings or places of public assembly. De- purlinenl inspectors visilcd 200 plants during the year, making recommendations about safe conditions in 8G9 instances. McKinley said it was believed additional safety to coal miners would result from action of legislature in giving the governor authority lo appoint an inspector of coal mines. This previously was done by the stale mining board. Thu commissioner said it was contended tliat Ihe influence of the board was such as to have effect upon the efficient discharge of the duties of the mine inspector. Another piece of legislation to aid miners was one providing that any one entering into Ihe coal mining business file a bond with the county judge to guarantee wages of the miners. Another act ended years of compo Pulitzer Play at Texarkana Jan. 4 "You Can't Take It With You," on Paramount Stage Tuesday There is good clean fun—oceans of it—in store for the local lovers of the legitimate theater. For the management of the Paramount Theater. Texarkana. announces the engagement of "You Cnn't Tulte It With You," Moss Hart's and George S. Kaufman's 1937 Pulitzer Prize Play of this season as the ulraction al that theater lor an engagement of one night only, Tuesday, January 4. This mad and merry comedy of the anticls of the looney Sycamore family, has been delighting capacity audiences in New York. Chicago and Bos- totn and many other large cities where four different companies are packing the theaters everywhere. One of these splendid companies which comes to Texarkana will be of the usual Sam H. Harris high standard composed of only the very best Broadway players procurable, and including George Henry Trader, Mary Patton. Elwyn Harvey, Walter Beck, Adrienne Earle, Paul . Burns, Donald Sharpc, Reno Robert!, Alan Brixey, William Jeffrey. Ellis Baker, Morris McKinney. Musa Williams, Duleie Cooper, Robert Perry and Anna Karen. In "You Can't Take It Wilh You." the Messrs Hurl and Kaufman have created a family so sane that il appears to ordinary mortals utterly insane. These fortunate people do just what they want to do and have a perfectly swell time doing it. Grandpa Vanderhof, the head of the family who gave up a lucrative business years before because he suddenly realized that no matter how much he made he couldn't take it with him when ho died, spends his time attending commencement exercises at the nearby college and catching snakes. His daughter writes goofy plays, hi.s son-in-law manufacturers fireworks in the basement of the homo and nearly blows up the place. His grand-daughter spends her time trying to be a ballet dancer, and her husband playing the Xylophone and running an amateur printing press. Carole Lombard and John Barrymore are shown above in a scene from 0 'a ":±=, ..± C jLS P S?..?^ d ^ " »« *«nger theater, in which Fred MncMurray. CHT HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE Bert Webb, I'astor Sunday School as usual next Sundu> at !l:°15 with the 11 o'clock morning worship service at which the pastoi will speak. Let us make the first services of the new year great meetings beginning with the Sunday School with a large attendance Sunday. Christ's Ambassadors and Children's Church meet al G:30. Sunday night evangelistic service beginning at 7:30 will feature special music and singing in addition to the congregational singing accompanied by the orchestra. Spend an enjoyable hour Sunday Might at the Tabernacle, il is Hope's full-gospel center. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE /ill South Elm Street James R. Walsh, Pastor Sunday school 10 a. m. We welcome :il! visitors. Worship 10:<15 a. in. Sub- L-cl, "The Secret of Life Eternal." JVxt for the morning service is taken from John 17 chapter and the 3 verse. And this is life eternal, that they might mow thce the only true God, and JCMJ.S Christ whom thou hast sent: Christianity is centred in a person and bat person is Jesus Christ. Most re- iginns are centered in a Philosophy >! life, or in a creed or the center may je a strong organization. But accord- ng to this text eternal life depends upon our acquaintance with "Christ" Did the Father. Christian life thrives n the living presence of the person of -!od. Lift- does not come from ideas, t comes through persons, Christ and nir Father. The evening service at 7:30 p. m. Subject. "The Hich Young Ruler." ^ext: "What Lack I Yet 4 .'" 1 (Malt. 19:20) !'he words of the text were spoken to Jesus Christ, the Miracle of all his- ory. The one of all men most re- narkublu. If you do nol attend church any where, we invite you lo ulend Ixith of he.su services. We are sure you will enjoy both messages. FIRST WKSBYTEK1AN Rev. Thomas Brewster, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. in. Morning service 10:55. Vesper .service 5 p. m. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. • Meeting of the Women's Executive Hoard Monday 3 p. m. All our people ureurgcd lo beyin " - —---»•. •— ./ •-»*« *J v* \_wjinw. - «»n wui IJVIJJJJU i-ll UUI tiUU IU Del* 111 ; lition encountered by manufacturers Hit- new year by uspporling Ihe church ; und laborers in ArknnK.'iK frnm .'.mvict. in nil ,.r ;I L - .o.,.,.. ...,,i « and laborers in Arkansas from eonvict- made goods shipped into the slate. i McKinley said that mpre than 2.000 Ar-' Kansas workers engaged in producing| work shirts, overalls and huu.se dresses would benefit from this legislation. The commissioner said that enactment of a bill by Senator Non-ell de- 11 all of its plans and programs. FIRST METHODIST Frcil K. Harrison, Pastor Another New Year greets us wilh its borrowers." - - . — ---i ".-muni j» u violation of the child ih* 1 h ''T °, , ye T by , lub<Jr Ulw found in M * *«^ M<!,,?..-' de l jal ' lmeljt and interested Kinley reported. The department during the year contracts und . t i, i • , • • r M d " Vln ? fie ' led ui » llt thest l l e u » l apprentce etract* an the iUte the chain loan companies that organized an apprentice training clas tt^Tlo" 1 ""T 86 °V 0 Ur' r 1 '" ™«^» 'vith the LHtie Ho ' B Sld ' The law Hih hv n ' f ' HiBh Schoul - ln *e near future, said to by no means perfect as some ex- .McKinley, agreements will be com- HT e i™*"" 1 ** 1 set , ure Wl*** with n number of employed n ^ '; W 1 , result '" a tho slilt(i »«id extension of training thousands of dollars to small classes to other cities is conteiuplated , E Crutchfield's (Continued from Page One) Rev, Mr. and Mrs. Webb Return Home Saturday The Rev. and Mrs, Bert Webb of the Hope Gospel Tabernacle, will return to Hope on Saturday and will resume services on Sunday at all the regular services of the church. They have been spending the Christmas season with relatives and friends in Oklahoma City, where the Rev. Mr. Webb preached in Faith Tabernacle, a large interdenominational Tabernacle sealing 2,000 people. So They Say It irks me to have people look at me as though I were not normal.—Waste Agidiwihn, student of WiJUamette University, after it became known she is the granddaughter of Chief Sitting Bull. When I was playing with the Pitt teams of 1891, '92. and '93 certain alumni groups of Harvard, Yale, and Princeton sought to persuade me to enter their alma maters and their offers were tempting.-^Joseph C. Trees, of Pittsburgh, who says subsidization of football players is not new. I have yet to find the Hollywood girl who can look me in the eye—Brian Aherne, movie actor. Most of the names I have seen mentioned for membership on the Republican National Committee were those of millionaires or colege professors. They never won elections.— Gov. Geo. D. Aiken, Vermont. I predict that within three months— provided wo can hold-out, and I am sure we can-Japan will be on the brink of bankruptcy and facing revolution.-^. V. Soony, head' of the Bank of China. India still reports scores killed by tigers each year. What India needs is a LaGuradia. PAGE Saenger to Show i Sinkingof Panay Management Claims It la Only Original News- Reel Account Manager Swanke of the Saenger has booked for this Sunday, Monday and Tuesday what he says are the ori»> inal and only authentic Panay bonib- ing pictures that have been okehed by Uncle Sam. Actually taken, under tit* while other cameramen were either shot down or their cameras destroyed, the Universal company came through with the entire bombing in pictures, The public will actually see it as it was in China, bombing, gunfire, rescue and the only exclusive pictures of the sinking of the Panay with all flags flying. These pictures will be shown only at the aSenger these three days and with the feature, "True Confession" that made such a hit at last nights (New Year's Eve) preview, according to Manager Swanke, S-A-t-E NOW IN PROGRESS Coats and Suits Y 2 PRICE LADIES' Specialty Shop The fond mother who wouldn't let Johnny go out for football is now showing him how to break through tackle in the Christmas basement bargaining. Soviet explorers have drifted 750 miles from their original post at the North Pole. Evidently they had orders not to let any grass grow under their feet. II Duce having deserted the Family of Nations will have more lime now •to devote to hi.s nation of families. •Watkins, Harold Portcrfield, Herbert Ahiold, qiyde Monts, Syd McMath,' Tbm Kiriser, Matthew .Reaves. ' .' j •Honorary pallbearers: "" ' H. J. Lemley, K. G. McRae, Sr., E. S. Greening. W. S. Atkins, J. W. Strickland, -Ruff Boyett, Oric Reed, Dr, P. B, -Carrigan, Dr. L. M. Lile,' Dr. Don. Smith, C. S. Lowthorp and 'C. G. Davis. Jr., of Texarkana. , Surviving are two daughters, Mrs ', Mabel Williams of Texarkana and! Mrs. George S. Lenchmnn of Dallas- three sons. C. H. Crutohfielfl of Hope, E. L. and E. W. Crutchfield of Nashville, 11 grandchildren and one niece. Congressman Hits (Continued from Page One) Senator Hattie W., Caraway Wiah.es for every reader of The Star A happy and a prosperous New Year. _^_^__ —Adv. IMPORTANT (NOTICE Don't be fooled by substitutes 1 . NO • other theatre to show them. THE ONLY ORIGINAL & AUTHENTIC BOMBING PANAY OF THE Pictures Complete in Every Detail limn iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiitiiiiiiMiiHiii minium mi*. —and showing the rescue and ACTUAL sinking . . . will be shown, with 10 exclusive features and Uncle Sam's OK. SUN. MON. & TUBS. —at the— SAENGER —we lead, others follow! Wishing- all our friends and patrons— party, and that no one could make him believe they reflected the views of the president. "If these monopolies, about which '}*'.'• J; ; ckso » reaches white heat, exist, il is his particular, personal job to put them out of business," O'Connor continued. "It was for that sole purpose he was employed in the attorney general's office. "When the fully elected representatives of the people rue working day and night to steer the ship of state through these troubled waters, it is most unfortunate that one of the deck hands should slnrt rocking the boat." Ho described as ridiculous any assertions that business deliberately has brought on the recession. Delaware is the second smallest state in the Union. Us gra.ip.s-t length is less than 100 miles and yroatesl width less than 35 miles. At one point, it is >nly nine miles wide. Beau Brummel, although of low birth, gained fam position through hi.s astonishing personality and exquitile taste. He changed the fashions of the early 19th century to suit himself, nnd others followed iii his wake. hidden challenge. There is the challenge to work: the challenge to peace; and the challenge to worship. One couple- in our church succeeded the past year in attending at least one worship service every week. Did you do that well? Did you do better. Tomorrow—the first Sunday in the New Year—beckons you to worship. During the New Year you will need work, bul you will likewise need worship in God's house. Sunday is the lay to begin. Begin with the church school at 10 a. m. You will find spiritual food there. Special New Year's sermon will be preached by the pastor at bolh services. At the morning hour, when the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will te solemnized, the subject will be. "Are You Up To Date?" "How to Live in the New Year" will ->e the subject at the evening service Jt 7:30 o'clock. The Intermediates and Young People will meet in their Epworth League services at G:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to these services. NEW YEAR SUNDAY MONDAY & TUESDAY SUN. MON. 6- TUES. Tuesday-Thursday Matinees 15c An instant HIT at oiu 1 New Year's Eve show ... so we again bring you ... > for the New Year's first laugh— > WtUiV HUOOlll PIOPUC1ION WITH UNA MERKEL-IYNNE OVERMAN PORTER HALL • EDGAR KENNEDY ADDED Entertainment 1'arainount News "Pacific Paradise" Obey that impulse ,-.^.y That's what Angel did' ' AdoJph ZuVoi pttuatt MARLENE! DIETRICH •*f.i.i.«n.ip,t.,i..uk HERBERT MARSHALL MELVYN DOUGLAS EDWARD EVERETT HQRTON UORA HOPE CREWS - ERNEST COSSART i HERBERT MONOID. Added Featurettes —Novelty— Ornamental Swimming" I _ _ T .__,.« i .^, y. ^^MK'v f Only Original. Complete and Authentic Punay Bombing Pictures WED 3 ( NITF J t OLIVIA'de HAVILLAND and BRIAN AHERNE THE GREAT GARRICK"

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