feecember 2. v^V ^^ > Mrs. Sid Henry" fa JL 6 821 Henri's Washing Shako out the old dreams, Heart, and hang them up; Out in the snne and comfortable sun They will blow dry of weeping. When the cup Of wonder spills no longer and the one Who was not one, but everything, fs mute, Emptied of vision, grave as those who die, Cnll not your love back with some lonely flute— Ehnke out your dreams and hang them up to dry. Sunlight is sure, and healing comes to make The heart n quiet place when dreams arc dried, So, that one loves without the old heartbreak, Within the shell of love thnt all but died. Sunlight is .sjifo; but, oh, beware, beware, T-> hang out dreams, if any moon be there!—Selected (by request). day afternoon nt Paisley School. , HOM. AUKAKSAg anna if n i fiifijiiif-_^in -"' ""- .'</* On the Pan-American Highway New Scenic (Continued fr*m page The Paisley P. T. A. will hold its December meeting at 3:30 Wednes- Ouring Our Annual ONE CENT SALE COATS—DRESSES Ladies Specialty Shop YOUH PERSONAL Menus a Lot and Can Cost So Little DRESSES Beautifully denned the Odorless Way. It's Better! Men's Felt Hats Cleaned in Our Own Plunt Hall Brothers Phone 385 Coming . . .the picture of pictures . . . the hit of hits . . . the last dramatic thrills of '35—"Mutiny on the Bounty" on O . tie Rock Hish School (acuity spent the Thanksgiving wcek-en.d with her mothpr. Mrs. Mary Middlebrooks and sister, Miss Lillle Middlebrodks. The P. T. A. Council will meet at 4 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon at the city hall. A report of the P. T. A. Council held in Little Rock will be given, all members are, urged to be present. Mrs. Laura Fltzhue of Augusta and l Mrs. Louise Rhoton and Mrs. J. P. Bowen of Little Rock will meet the women of Hempstcad county at the ; city hall at 3 o'clock Tuesday after- ) noon for the purpose of organizing a j County Democratic Womens eiup. Mrs. C. S. Lowthorp is county chairman and urges all Wemocratic women of the county to attend this meetinR and hear these women who are all state and national chairmen. All the women of the county are urged to be present. Mrs. Elizabeth Simms Holderness and Mrs. Salome Bunn have returned to Little Rock after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Briant. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Yates are spending a few days visiting with friends in DeKalb. Texas. Friends in the city have been notified that Mrs. R. G. Anderson passed nway at her home in Beaumont, Tex., Mrs. Anderson will be remembered by old friends as Miss Natilee Norwood formerly of this city. The Popular Grove, 19C Supreme , Forest Woodmen Circle will meet on I Tuesday evening nt 7:30 nt the Woodman hall on South Main street. from Laredo to the Mexican capital j in 2% days. It won't be more thon two days' run when the surfacing and guard-rails arc added, hq says, pp) mining greater speed than Is possible m the present unfinished condition of the road. Until the ruiny reason begins next spring, the road will be passable for only the adventurous few. Next fall, II. should bo completed and in proper shape for the run-of-mino tourist Then will be revealed in full glory the first section of the magnificent Pan-American Highway, which Will eventually run from Alaska down' the —and another 2Sc Matinee at 2:30 TUESDAY WILL ROGERS -in"IN OLD KENTUCKY" —it's his LAST and GREATEST picture! -SHORTS- Chas. Chase Comedy Paramount "Southern Exposure" News The Junior Young Women's Mis- sioary Society of the First Methodist church will meet at 4:15 Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. J. McCabc on South Main street. All old members are urged to be present as business of importance will be dis cussed. The Cemetery association is taking subscriptions for Holland's Magazine. Ycu can either get the magazine in « c-Wb plan or at the low price of 25c per year. Call 120 for further details. The Sunday issue of the Texarkana CJazette carries a social item in regard Lo a meeting of the Albert Pike chapter, U, D. C. held in that city on Friday afternoon, with a most interesting program on "John Marshall, Jurist" with Mrs. Helen Huff in Marshall, a direct descendant of the noted jurist giving a splendid talk on the subject. The Pot Cleburne chapter, U. D. C. will meet at 2:30 Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. W. Young on South Hervey street with Mrs. Fanny Garrett, Mrs. J. A. Henry and Mrs. R. V. Herndon as associate hostesses, and Mrs. Gus Haynes leading a Christmas program. Roll call responses will be Original Christmas greetings, a prize going to the best one given. The annual Christmas Tree for the veterans will also be held and each member is urged to bring a gift for a veteran. The Fidelis class of flic First Baptist Sunday school, Mrs. Hugh Smith teacher, will hold its regular monthly business and social meeting at G:15 Tuesday evening at the church. All members are urged to be present. The Cotillion club will sponsor n benefit bridge for Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the New Capital Hotel. The proceeds will go to the Christmas charity fund. For table reservations, phone Miss Louise Hanegan, Dr. Fred Middlebrooks of Nacodo- ches, Texas, was the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Middlebrooks. Little Miss Nancy Woodford has returned to her home in Little Rock, after a week end visit with her aunties, Misses Marie and Nannie Purkins. ' A HOVE—The rickety ferry iK-iir Tniiin/uuchnlc Is carrying' its last raw ou the 1/u- reilo-MflxIcnii City route. Soon th(> MoiiH'/timn bridge shown behind it; u'ili bo.-carrying swift unto trnlllc «-illioufc. interruption! one f>f several such improvements, to be finished this winter. J<HKT— Mountain, s c c n c r y equal in any In the world is all'ordcd as- I lie. Pan-Aincrira highway rounds this curve 20 miles south of Tamn/itiiclinlc. Tin- road, blasted out of the side of Ihe hift'li cliffs, is still rough and unguarded, but another season will, toll, a different .story to American tourists. west const, across from Los Angeles to® join nt Mexico City the section now being completed, and then on down through Central America to Panama. i Some day. when it has linked the j two Americas together, it is to be call- i ed E! Camino do la Amistad Etcrnn— the Road of Eternal Friendship. 10% Discount ON ALL MERCHANDISE During December Beginning Tuesday, December 3, we will give a 10% discount on all merchandise in our store. This discount will apply to only cash sales. Nothing will be charged during the month of December . . . every sale must be for cash. Take advantage of this substantial saving . , . buy your Christmas gifts here. Gorham and Gosnell Chinese to Free North Provinces Central Government Hopes Thus to Head Off Plans of Japanese SHANGHAI, China—(#>)—An unimpeachable source stated Monday night (Oriental time) that the Nationalist government had decided to grant North China far-reaching powers of self-government amounting to autonomy in all but name, as a final move to block the secession of the northern provinces from the Chinese republic. Jap Plans Hit Snag PEIPING, China.— (ff>) — Impending arrival in Hopei province of China's minister of war, Ho-Ying Chin, has thrown a new hitch into plans for an immediate declaration of North China autonomy, reports to the Rengo (Japanese) News Agency said Sunday night. Anti-autonomists were hearted by reports that General Ho plans administrative reforms for the .Northern j provinces, aimed at satisfying Japan and still preserving sovereignty of the central Chinese government, Ho's arrival was expected to be followed by a conference of Northern leaders to discuss formation of a new five-province administrative set-up. both belligerents rather than directed against one side, as is the League of Nation's program of sanctions. The administration has declared embargoes on shipments of actual im- plcmentys of war and has sought by moral and financial pressure to prevent abnormal shipments of such materials as oil, copper, scrap iron and steel, motor trucks and tractors. Responsible quarters say that the present neutrality law gives the administration no authority to extend its flat embargo to embrace essential war supplies, a'step which many believe to be necessary for any effective government control over such shipments. WPA Seeking Old (Conlinued from page one) country, and record history of pioneer leaders who contributed toward the civilization that is now ours. The American Guide, it is planned, will enable the sightseer or the research writer to find scenes of value to en- tretain him and to promote his knowledge of America as a whole, for the -slogan is "See America First." .. Scattered throughout the United States are hundreds of communties with cultural, historical, and economic traditions known only to a handful of people. Before these old timers disappear, or are lost sight of, we hope to get the story from their own lips and how ou:- early settlements were made, and at what cost. If you have manuscript or clippings, furnish these to J. E. Matlock, local district supervisor, Federal Writers' Project, Postoffice, Texarkana, Ark. They guarantee to return them in as good condition as they were when they left your hand. If you do not have manuscripts or clippings, but have knowledge of any historical data, landmarks, that you consider would be valuable, printed in the American Guide book, it will be appreciated if you would write these and send them to us. HfetfWin Plans m I Amateur fouritey Boxing* and Wrestling Titles for Cptih'ty May Be Determined A series of amateur boxing and wrestling matches is planned at Fair Park arena by Bert Mauldin, Hope wrestling promoter. The matches, according to Matildin, will determine, county champions In various weights. He plans to award medals, and to provide transportation tc the state amateur tournament to be held in Little Rock early next year. .Mauldin announced that he had obtained the services of a former professional wrestler' as an instructor for the .amateurs. All precaution will be taken to prevent accidents or injuries, Mauldin said. The first of a series of these matches is scheduled Wednesday night It will be a 20-minute one fall wrestling bout between'Carl Woodruff and Bert Mauldin. Mauldin said that he had been working out the past two week? and believed that he could furnish Woodruff a good tussle. Woodruff has had some experience in amateur wrestling at the Boys club in Fort Smith. He Wds employed with, the highway department last summer at Fort Smith, and while there engaged in amateur wrestling. The balance of the card Wednesday night is made up of professional fights. The show will open with a three-rcund boxing bout between Battling Siki, local negro and D. K. Carson, negro employe of the Hope Brick yard. Siki, has just returned to Hope after fighting in northern Louisiana for the past two months In the semi-final professional match . together .%»urid' McN Montgomery, wrestlers, Niht 1c on DRESS THE GIFT (Mrs. C. P. jHotf|ttfl JCONSOIEI "- ' ' WITH TWO 10" TAKSS ««,« >J o«rt lo. Ceiuuli loWt Cow •«« «» ftttfft* OfM'eftbi, I*-' He* n-vg.** al y,* 19. r^m ONit HOPE HARDWA1 COMPANY Helpful Suggestioii&rsf for Solving Your Xmas Gifts Children While shopping for Christmas, be sure tO,"s our splendid display of excellent gift _^ every member of yeur family. DOLLS 25c Including Genuine Shirley Temple Dolls Baby Buggies Electric Stoves Unbreakable T6a> Sets*! Buck Roger's Gun Machine Guns Footballs , > ' Talking Telephones Talking Motion Picture Machines V- 1 EXCLUSIVE LINE HALL BROS. CHRISTMAS CABDS -* 'Lm Pay your account before the 10th of the month to get your Eagle Stanjgsf^ John P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 ; We Give Eagle Stampj Old Liberty The Old Liberty Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. S. B. Bristqu on Friday evening, November 22. House was called to order by the president. Minutes - of lust meeting were read and •'approved. Eleven members answered the roll call with several visitors present. New officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Joe Hicks; vice president, Mrs. Floyd Pardue; reporter, Miss Lola Hicks; secretary, Miss Juanita Calhoon. Miss Griffin gave an interesting demonstration on cutting and making Christmas gifts. Members of the club cut several patterns for use in the making of these gifts. Utilities Line Up (Continued from page one) Another—Columbia Gas and Electric Company—has been prevented from registering by a stockholders' suit. The 11 were: United Gas Improvement Company of Philadelphia, Commonwealth and Southern Corporation; Consolidated Gas Company of St. Louis; Electric Bond and Share Company, North American Company, United Corporation, Standard Gas and Electric Company, Stone and Webster, Inc., American Water Works and Electric Company. Cities Service Company, United Light and Power Company. 400,OOOEthiopians (Continued from page one) ticipation in sanctions against Italy: 1. The United States government's determination to pursue a strictly separate and independent neutrality in the Halo-Ethiopian war, regardless of what other nations or groups of nations do. 2. It's neutrality law is applicable to The first transcontinental airmail ( day and-night flight, completed in i February, 1921, was made in 33 hours J and 21 minutes. Smokers — both men and women --> want a cigarette to be mild— yet not flat or insipid. At the same time they want a cigarette that gives them taste— taste they can enjoy. Chesterfields are outstanding for mildness— outstanding for better tast$. You can find that out by smoking them. mem - Chesterfields are what they -say they are © isii, UWOT ft WvfiM TOBACCO Co.
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