Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 5, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 5, 1938
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Wednesday, January 5. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Reveal "Pirate Ship" Terrors Moods Where do they go, those little moods i of mine? I f^hed, one by one, like garments used I no more; | Each leaves behind a haunting lonc- j linc'ss, 1 Unlil I lose the .semblance that it ! wore. The golden softness of the pensive • III!""! Wrays me around like opiate;, that blind. Then, passing, leaves a cool indifferent mind. The tender moods, and those of deep _ despair "Arc all of such an inner part of me, I wonder, can they Ix- old memories?--Or are they thoughts fmm other worlds Hel free? The red, defiant mood sets me atluill. Until there comi-.s .such .shadowy re- ft grel Konahl Colman romes next Sunday In "The Prisoner of /enilu' I press my throbbing heart to keep it still. They are my children of a fleeting hour, Born of my soul and fashioned after me; When they dc|>arl, oh, do they not return? Are they jx'fhaps, those little wandering winds I feel, but rannot .see? -.Selected. TONITE ; •2 —ONLY— BARGAIN * NITE *- 36 C A mighty fine program that is headed by — The stur.v nf Hie greatest acti r that ever lived! BRIAN \III:KM: OLIVIA ItcllAYILLAMI Great Garrick PLUS i'ictornl —Novelty— "Starlets" Mr. and Mr.s. M. S. Monroe and daughter, Mary Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Foura Mn.sr.s anil children, Mr. and Mr.s. Floyd Moses. Mr. and Mr.s. S. S. Moses and Mrs. Luther Garner were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr.s. D. A. Jacks in Marshall, Texas. Mrs. Jacks bo remembered as Miss Leta! loses, formerly of this city. —o— Circle No. 2 of the Woman's Mis- onary Society of the First Meth- i.di.st church held its January meeting at the home of Mrs. Sam Warmack, with Mr.s. Henry Hilt as cohostcss. 'Hie meeting opened with a very timely and beautiful devotional by Mrs. J. B Koonce, who u.sed a.s her theme, the 12th chapter of II Corinthians. Mr.s. J. H. Arnold, circle leader held a short business period, at which time, the group was organized with the following officers, assistant leader, Mr.s. George Ware, secretary; Mr.s. Claude Nunn; treasurer, Mr.s. Sam Warmack; chairman of social relations, Mr.s. John T. Cox. Pledge cards were signed, dues collected, and the meeting closed with the leading of the 121 P.salms. after which, the hostess served delicious refreshments to 18 members and one K lies I. -0- Mrs. J. L. U-wi.s, Mrs. Thos. Boyett and Henry Haynes silent Tuesday in Mount Holly attending the funeral of the late J. L. Lewis, who passed on in Ml. Holly on .Sunday. Burial wa.s it Stephens. Ark. -O- Thc Bro«ikwood I'. T. at ,'i o'clock. Thursday the Broukwuod school. —O- Mr. and Mrs. Mac Duffie and iln-n have re-turned from a visit relatives in KiLssellviIlc. - O 'I lie I'ai.slry 1'. T. A. will hold its .J,,nuary m.vlmg at :{ ,,Ylock Thursday afternnon al I-ai>ley school. All members ale urged to be present - OJ. L. Gwulbar has returned from a \ S|ierimk A. will meet afternoon at Elsie Bel-clan A story of the Huhl rhiK that \vr-nuMi will love anil men should "SOME BLONDES AH 1C DANGEROUS" Wi-lll Konahl Drew Noah Beery, Jr. . f\f ~W T£\ Ci meily "I'layinK * i .Lrf|_J O thtl l'<">ics" and "Snapshots" LAST I>AY:-nti:i> SCOTT in "HOMANCE HIDES THE KANtiE ALSO "SKA IJACKKTKKRS" Thurs. & Fri. IT'S C;AY: ITS KOMANT1C! IT'S EXCITING! Barbara Stanwyck Robert Young —in"RED SALUTE" Hardie Albrij>hl, Kiilh DniinrD.v Cliff Edwards, Gordon Jones Alvii—"Mickey .Mouse"— in "WHO KILLED COCK. KOIJIN" S-A-L-E I)! 1 NOVELTY SHOES $. r >.0tl and Sli.00 Values L A D I E S' Specialty Shop r Clearance S-A-L-E SUEDE SHOES Now in Progress Over 31)0 pans of ,, U r smart novelty shoes are included in this great .savjn«s event. Hr.,wn and black suede comb,nations in high and low heels. Sizes 4 to 7 and AAA to B. Regular $5.00 and $6.00 Values $ 1 95 Ladies' Specialty Shop Holier! Home Kvcn charges nS murder hold less ( terror for George Spernak and HolK'rt i Home, mcnibiTN of tlu 1 yacht Aafje'. 1 i crew, than the five-day's rule of the |:hi|. by stviish-biickling Jack Morgan convicted sex criminal who .shot Skipper Dwighl Kaulding to death in an astounding attempt at piracy. Home ami .Spernak were held at Lo.s Angeles in technical chaises of murder because they dumped Morgan overboard after Home had felled him. Elsie Berdan, pretty inirsi- hired by Morgan osten- ;ihly In look after his young wife, not only wa.s eye-witness to the slaying of KauldniL! but wa.s the madman's opponent in a three-hour struggle- during which lie attempted to attack her. holiday visit with home folks in Le- I liaiHMi, Tenn, ~0~ I l-Yiemls will regret to learn that Mrs. linberlii Burrows, mother of Mrs. E. j C. Hoberl.son of this city, continues i very ill in a Springfield, Mo., hospital. j .Mr.s. Hobert-son and Carolyn Hobcrt- •son have been at her bedside fur the , paM few weeks. -O~ . The Jo Vi-sey circle of the First j Melhodi.st church met Monday evening. January I!. 1938 at t) )L . home of Mr.s. H. L. Broach with Mrs. Syd McMalh lohuMe-ss. An interesting program un Japan wa.s led by Mrs. Charles Wyhe. After a .'hurt bu.MiK-.s session in which pledge were made and plans for the years work di.seu.ssed every one enjoyed a social hour. The hostesses .-i/rved a delightful plate of tea and sandwiches adorned with a .silver bell coinmonioruiiiijj |h 0 ninv y c;ll ~O~ Mr.s. J. p. Hosmcr who has spent the la.st few month* with friends in Ken- M.-U, has relumed to her home here. Th P. T. A. city council held its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at :i:30 o'clock. Tin. devotional W!1S K u-_ en by Mrs. O. A. Graves. Mj.ss Willie Lawson, executive -secretary .if the Arkansas Kduealinnal association, wa.s Die gtii'st .speaker. Her subject was "What Di'inocrai-.v Means |<i Me After a Visit In Mexico." O Lem H. Loving nf Corpus Christi,' Texas, was a guest m ( |ie home of Mr.s. J. iv \Vilhijin.s Wednesday. MJ-. ; Loving i.s en route to Chicago' where j lie will purdia.se ineivhandi.se fi.i his Muie at Corpus Christi. The huinerus is the principal bone 1 of (he forearm. The humeru.s nf the ancient dinosaur i. s about six times the length of the bune in our own arm. ' British Shoes Blamed for Girls' Foot Defects LOWJON--OP)—F. A. MacQuislcn, the M. P. who is waging a one-man cmmpaiKn for n lower tariff on American shoes, declares mnny British Rirl.s' feel are misshaped—and he blames British-made shoes. Ameii(,,n shoes, ho says, arc built on the model of n "perfectly straight inside" where British shoes are shaped ».f if the human foot came to a point fibout Die (enter with the big toe in the middle flanked by two toes on either side, 'Ihe well-to-do British woman can hiivt; hoi shoes made in conformity with her foot, ho explains, but the win-kin), das;; girl can not yet shoes that will fit her pockctbook and her feet at the same time. Certain .South Ajnerican countries are still looking for a war piano luned up to make an indefinite number of revolutions a minute. Christinas and New Year would l>e a lot sweller if carefree drivers decided death ought to have a holiday at the same time. If palmists used a tape measure, they would find usually that a man's waistline increases as his life-line decreases. Could that 5225,000 which congressmen appropriated for themselves for Christmas traveling expenses by any chance be classed under "railroading." Japan says it seeks only permanent ix'ace in China, but a lot of innocent bystanders will assure you that isn't Japan's sole aim. To protect an original manuscript', the writer can send a copy to himself in a scaled envelope, registered mail, and keep it unopened. In case of dispute authorship and date of composition can then ix; proved. Censorship Looms (Continued from Page One) .sorship of news dispatches abroad. Crisis at "Settlement" SHANGHAI, China. —(/I'l- Japanese, citicials here raised what a Inreigii authority called a "grave issue" Wednesday by threatening to lake action in thangnai's Inlernational Settlement! unless "anti-Japanese outrages" are stopped. 'ine "issue" was raised following an official protest by Japanese officials to the Shanghai Municipal Council against Chinese terrorist acts. A Japanese embassy spokesman disclosed that the protest was accompanied by a statement that "'the repeated anti-Japanese outrages constrain the Japanese forces to feel that the .Settlement either lacks sincerity or ability to meet the Japanese demands; thcreiore, the latter may be forced to take steps to Jerrcl out anti-Japanese elements, thereby rendering the Settlement a safer place in which to live and al.su protecting the safety of Japanese forces, which is of paramount importance." He added that the Japanese had asked ihe Settlement government to employ more Japanese and increase their authority. "It is desired," he said, "that Japanese be placed in controlling positions in all departments." The protest and the demands were presented to Cornell S. Franklin, American chairman of the council, who said they would be considered. A council spokesman sai dadminis- tralive authorities considered that the Japanese demands constituted "a grave issue which must be solved if the herctoloro international character of the Settlement is to be preserved." PAGE THREE British Vessel Meets Fiery End After Japanese Attack •h.n »s «,„ as three American oU^.s At the New a, Riallo - Saenger Following an absence of six months T Wednesday, at the Rialto theater tiring winch she took a well earned • "Some Blondes Arc Dangerous" an during winch she took a well earned "Some Blondes Arc Dangerousan rest, Barbara Stanwyck returns to the . adaption of W. H. Burnett's famous screen in the Reliance comedy, "Re ' Salute.' which begins a two day run at the New Theater Thursday through Barbara is no longer under contract to one studio, and in future will select her own starring vehicles. She feels it will be much more interesting to work lor various companies', primarily because of the opportunity to play di- verisified roles. AJI opportunity of this nature was offered her by producers Harry M. Goelz and Edward Small in "Red Salute." and she readily accepted the assignment. Instead of her familiar strong emotional roles, Barbara plays a light, breezy, romantic comedy part as Drue Van Allen, a tempestuous college girl with a flair for bizarre csca- Pacles. She is quickwitted, trigger- longuod, but withal a lovcablo crca- I Mickey Mouse lure, as Robcrl Young, in Ihe role of a young buck private, discovers in the course of a fast-moving series of amusing difficulties that ensue when they arc stranded together across the Mexican border. Hardie Albright, Ruth Donnelly, Cliff Edwards, Gordon Jones and Paul Stanton bead the supporting cast of this rollicking comedy, which Sidney Lanfield. directed. The screen play was prepared by Humphrey Pearson and Manuel Seff from an original story by the former. "Red Salute" is released through United Artists. The added shorts on this two-day program includes the technicolor cartoon "Who Killed Cock Robin" with story "The Iron Man," begins a two ;lay engagement. "Some Blondes Are Dangerous'. is' the story of a prizefighter whose spectacular rise to fame blinds him to the true values of life. As result?, he throws over the fine and loyal girl he really loves and marries a glamorous grasping gold-digger, whose real aim i.s to use him as a means by which she may climb to fame on the Broadway stage. In defeat, he regains hb perspective and is reconciled with his boyhood sweetheart, but only after he has tasled the dregs of humiliation and defeat. Noah Berry, Jr., is cast as the pugilistic "iron man," whose courage and muscle far outwcight his thinking prowess. William Gargan is his manager. Using lor its hero the immortal British actor David Garrick, a gay comedy of that star and bis times is the Saenger's Wednesday (tonight) bargain-night attraction, with Brian Ahernc in the role of Garrick and Olivia dc Havilland as Germaine, the girl with whom he falls in love. Gerrick in the era of the 1750's was acknowledged lo be Ihe grealest actor the world had ever known. He could play anything — comedy, tragedy, straight drama. This r sU)ry / ,/yids,-him "endirig a long run in London and preparing to begin another in France. Enemies have circulated a false report that he said he would "teach the French to act." Insulted, the French stage folk decided to frame him up and make him look ridiculous. How he turns the tables on them and then goes on <c success on the Paris stage, is what makes up the story. Few works of man would be discernible by the naked eye from the moon; the Greal Wall of China is one that would be seen from thai point. In 1935, revenues received by American Class 1 railroads for the transportation of express traffic Amounted to $53.328,422, in comparison to the 1934 figure of $54,013,025. Helps PREVENT COLDS Specially designed for the nose and upper throat, where 3 out of 4 colds start. Use it at the first sneeze. VlCKS ^ VA-TRO-NOL SWEATERS $1.00 to $6.95 Separate and Twin Sets The Gift Shop PHONE 252 The Best in Motor Oils Gold Seal 100% Penn., qt.. 25c The New Sterling Oil, qt 30c Tol-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Hope-Open Day & Kite INSURE NOW With ROY ANDERSON and Company Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Buying Power Cut (Continued from Page One) drawing figures from his memory, Eccles told the committee that industrial production fell from an index figure of 117 in August (meaning 117 per cent of the 1923-25 average) to 901 in November. He said that for December the "best estimates are around 85.' Meanwhile, he continued, wholesale commodity prices- dropped from an index figure of 85.5 in September to 81.2 on December 25. These figures are averages, he said. Actually, he continued, farm prices fell in that period from S7.5 to 72.9, a drop of 15 points, while non-agricultural prices receded only from 85.5 to 83.6. Rents fell, he said, carloadings were off and factory pay rolls dropped from ?105,000,000 in Ma yto 589,000,000 in November. Employment Drop Continues Eccles was a firsl day witness in the investigation. The committee expects to hear the views and receive the statistics of alarge number of economists, outstanding industrial figures and labor leaders. It heard testimony from three other ranking governmental officials that employment had dropped precipitately since September and that, from all indications, a further dropj was to be expected this month. To this, Isador Lubin, commissioner if labor statistics in the Labor Department .added an assertion that some firms, which in the early days of the depression that began in 1929 followed a policy of spreading work by shortening the work week of each employe, were not now doing so. He did not know "whether or not this change wa.s deliberate." fieres more pleasure 38. . . PHONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters a happier new year , . . and more pleasure for the thousands of new smokers who are finding out about Chesterfield's milder better taste. Mild ripe tobaccos and pure cigarette paper are the best ingredients a cigarette can have , . . these are the things that give you more pleasure in Chesterfields. Copyright 19J8, Liccirr & MYERS TOBACCO Co. v^hesterfield ..you'//five/MOKE PLEASURE in Chesterfields milder better taste

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