Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 4, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 4, 1935
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Dedetttbar 4,1$88 CrCL M?a. Sid Henry Telephone 821 A velvet hnrp note fell down |>lens< nntly Upon the bosom of that harmony, And sailed nnd sailed incessantly, As if a petal from a wild rose blown Had fluttered down upon that pool of tone, And boatwise dropped o'er the convex side And floated down the glassy tide And clarified and glorified The solemn spaces where the shadows bido. From the warm concave of that stringed note Somewhat half-song, half odour forth . did float As if n harp might somehow bo n throat.—Selected. Since its organization in 1920, it has been the policy of (lie Friday Music club to give to the music lovers of Hope nn annual nrllst concert, and Tuesday evening December 3, at the city hnll they presented Angelo Corte.-re. Amcica's premier harpist in a program of rare sweetness and chnrm, for not. to many is it given to master the difficulties of the Harp, so there- lore admiration goes to this artist, whoso presentation was delightful every moment. Every number on his pngram showed perfect tochnic, nnd wonderful interpretative power; his audience was thrilled from the b.e- ginning to the much regretted close of ^hi.i delightful well-chosen program. His harp, n lovely piece of art, responded to every touch, so that even ground, when the curtain rose on Mr. cousin, Mrs. S. ti. Norton and Mr.' Norton whllo in the city to meet the Democratic Women of Hempstead county. Mrs. Fltihugh expressed deep appreciation of the response made by the women of the city and county. . The Womens Missionary Society of the First Christian church held its regular annual social meeting on Singing Wood Ftads It's True Corl&ie and his handsome harp. Mrs. Monday afternoon at the home of J. C. Carlton, president of the Friday Mrs - C ' s - Lowthorp on South Elm Music club, introduced Mr. Cortese, street with Mrs. W. Q. Warren as joint Mrs. John Wellborn, choral director hostess. During the short business and Mrs. Edwin Stewart, accompan- period plans were completed for lest. Following a group of beautiful Womnns Day which will be observed selections by the artist, the Choral wit h a splendid program Sunday eV- club under the direction of Mrs. Well- enln fi. December 8, at the church, born and with Mrs. Stewart at the During the social hour, interesting piano gave two delightful numbers, contests were held, With the prizes winning for themselves rounded ap- Roi »8 lo Mrs - H - Phlpps, Mrs. W. F. plouso from the splendid auditnce, but Saner, Mrs. J. R. Floyd and Mrs. Ada it was when they gave the numbers, Swicekood. Delicious refreshments that so pleased that vast audience in were served to a splendid membership Hot Springs, when they sang before a «d two visitors, the General U. D. C. convention, that they seemed to have reached the pin- Mrs, Frances Tyra and little son, nacle in richness and sweetness of Frankle, who have been guests of voice; and in presenting the latter half Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perkins left Tues- of his program, Mr, Corlese added his pleasure, saying he considered it quite an honor in having them appear day for their home in Doming, N. M. The Pat Cleburne chapter, U. D. C. on his program. Mr. Cortesc was most wi " llolcl '*» Christmas meeting at generous In his encore responses, ^30 Thursday afternoon at the home which were so varied as to give him of Mrs ' L - w - Young. South Hcrvey the opportunity of bringing out the slrecl - A)1 members arc urged to be fact, that, he Is "a harpist with the soul of a poet." The Fideles Class of the First Baptist Sunday school, met in regular prepared with an original Christmas erecting and a gift for the Veteran's tree, i Circle No. 4 of the W. M. S., First the untrained car found the greatest, Miss Georgia Brumfielcl, Miss Mara- monthly business session on Tuesday Methodist church will serve chili Fri- fjvcnlng at the church, with the pres- cla y al tht ' no °" llour alKl at llle even- ident, Miss Marabellc King presiding, i ir >8 hour al the church parlors. Chili, During, the meeting it was voted to ; P'cklcs, jjie and coffee all for the small change the name of the class from Fidodis to that of Young Business Women's Bible class. Members present were: Mrs. Hugh Smith, teacher, melody in every note. Appearing on the program with Mr. Cortesc. were the members of the Friday Choral club, consisting of the cities most beautiful young women, and attired in the lovely costumes of the CD's, making a most attruclive stage back- -on account of the pictures length "Mutiny on the Bounty" will show ONE Tn'ME ONLY at each show as follows:—Sun-matinee at 2:15; Sun.- nile at 9 p. m. Doors open at the regular times. Mon-nitc, one show at 8 p. m. (Doors open 7:30) Tucs- matinee at 2:30 and Tucs-nite same us Monday. belle King, Miss Frances Lipscomb, Mis>; Mary Morrow, Miss Martha Martindale. Miss Olive Jackson, Miss Margaret Porter, Miss. Avis Jones, Miss Jewell Bnrtlett, and Miss Omcra Evans. Tile regular monthly meeting of the P. T. A. Council was held at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the city hall, -urn of 25 cents. Home cooked chili. TONITE ONLY m HERE—THUR. & FRI. JOMJJIQTT Thur. Matin— 2:30 I5c Many Song Hits in Crosby's Film "Two for Tonight" Features Bing at Saenger Thursday, Friday ... , , For a scene in Paramount's romantic with the president, Mrs. K A. Mor- | come dy, "Two for Tonight" featuring snm presiding. Following the rending B ihi? Crosby and Jonn Bennett, Thurs- of the minutes by the Secretary, Miss day nnd Fl . idny at the Saenger, Crosby Nellie Porter, reports were given from had to don a full drcss suh _ He Oie various committees, featured by balked at thc collar and Ue offered the clothes drive, which was outstand- . nim . .r] K . next day, Miss Bennett, who ing to a degree, and the members of is Mn; Gcnc Ma rkoy in private life, the P. T. A. express deepest gratitude brought one of her husband's collars Singing Wood discovers that, thtre really is gold-In California, as Tala Blrell, Viennese film actress, lacks &,'golden .horseshoe; ,on the 4-ye'ar-old's'stall to .bring. Mrs, John'Hay "Whitney's star: good luck during the season opening at Santa Anita on 'Christ* mas Dny. Singing Wood, one ot the turf's more important money" rwinncrs, 'Is a candidate for the $'1^2,500 Santa Anitft Handicap * flit.-.frebj 3.2. . (-Million Loan Gash Surplus of Reserve Bariks May Be One Explanation WASHINGTON- f/P) - Quick sub- scrlptlon of the $900,000,000 cash sought by the iHisury through offerings of bonds and nobs was announced by Secretary Morgertthau Monday night. Reporting himself "delighted," he said the books opened Monday morning were closed Monday night on $450,000,000 in 1% per cent notes and a like amount of 4% per cent bonds of 1045-47. The operation was the largest to raise itew funds in a year. The books remained opened indefinitely for exchange into either the notes , or bonds of $418,000,000 in 3% per cent Treasury notes maturing Do* comber 15. With the cash obtained through the offerings announced over the weekend, .part of Which may go to work relief needs, the Treasury's working balance is expected to increase to nearly $2,000,090,000, assuming no heavy drain on its present reserves occur between now and the middle of the month. The offerings found member banks of the Federal Reserve system with the largest cash reserves in their history, a result of record gold imports and federal spending the last two years. Some financial experts advanced the opinion that the vast cash surplus in the banks was one explanation for the quick subscription. Old Liberty Mr. and Mrs, Herbert, Griffin and David Griffin of Hope, called on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Griffin Sunday, Friends and relatives are jjlad to have Mr. and Mrs. AafOR 8Mrd«ft el Hot Springs to move back into thl* community. Miss Rebecca Gilbert made & business trip to Hope Monday. Mrs. Guy Hicks and Lola Hicks called on Miss Ruby Evans Friday of la«t week. The home aemonstration club mfet at the home of Mrs, S. B. BtfstoW 3'riday of last week with fourteen members and two visitors preseftt Tfti6 lext meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Floyd Pardue the 14th of Decem* her. Mrs. Frank Cogbili and Mrs. Aaron Bearden spent Sunday with Mrs. P. A. Neal Sunday. ' The people of this place are glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Bert M6ody to move into this community, Bro. Henry of Mineral Springs delivered a good sermon here Saturday night and Sunday nighty Lola, Louise and Fannie Hicks spent sefmon M A tf M Mpy 10 Itfcf on D R E S S E S THE GIF! (MM. & P, llo NASAL CATARRH Just a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol clears clogging mucus, reduces swollen membranes, brings comforting relief. 30c and SOc VICKS VATRO NOL CLEAR ADORABLE , AIDS SOCIAL SUCCESS G IRLS who arc the centeO attraction, keep theif skin de cately dainty in color and tiktu! With Chamberlain's Lotibn,' It J easy to have that kind of Sktiii ,1 gummy or sticky, abBorhH in 6 37 seconds, it is a complete beaiity treatment, a blend of thirteen. I J ported oils; Try Cliaint laia's on your bands skin. Two ateefi---atari^ drug or deparjtment'stott 'Orion to the donors. An appeal was made by George Dodds for assistance in selling Tuberculosis seals. Mrs. C. D. Lester, and ties, and Bing wore them. "Two for Tonight" is a brisk, fast , , , moving comedy, plentifully supplied program chairman Presented Mrs. | with musiC) songs ancl romancCf of an | Morsanl, Miss Henry and Mrs. Edwin j ambitious young crooner who aeci- Dossett, who gave reports from the I dentaHy bccomcs a playwright and Arkansas Congress of Parents and becomes invo i ved with a theatrical Teachers, recently held in Little Rock, producer) his stagc slar girl frien d, all being unanimous in stating that )and his secrctary in a series of lively the Youths Conference was the out- , incidents that become more and more Rev. Bert Webb Is New Pastor Here standing feature of thc congress. Mrs. Bernard O'Dwyer announced that the P, T. A. Christmas Exchange would open on the 10th. Continuing in its Lottie Moon Week of Prayer, the W. M. U. of the First Baptist church held its second meeting on Tuesday afternoon at the church, with Mrs. Jesse Brown as program chairman. A very beautiful and appropriate devotional was given by Mrs. Nathan Harbour who gave among her scripture references, thc second chapter of Luke, the 8th chapter of Nchemiah and the 16th Psalm. Assisting Mrs. Brown on the program were Mrs. Hugh Jones, Mrs. J. S. Gibson, Mrs. E. C. Sterling, Mrs. Sceva Gibson and Mrs. John Turner. Wednesday's service will be in charge of thc Young People at 7:30 at the church. Mrs. J. W. Perkins and Mrs. C. V. Nunn were Tuesday visitors in Tcx- arkuna. Mrs. Laura Davis Fitzhugli of Augusta was the overnight guest of her hilariously complicated. Going in search of romance and adventure to get material for his play, the singer starts a seltzer water battle j in a night club, lands in jail, rehearse;; a love scene with the wrong girl which makes the right girl walk out on him. . Thc cast includes Bary Boland, j Lynnc Overman Thelrna Todd;'Ernest Cossart, James Blakcley and Douglas 1 Fowloy. Tile noted song writing team cf Gordon and Revel wrote the fol- | lowing hits for the picture: "I Wish I Were Aladdin," "Without n Word of Warning," "Takes Two to Make a Bargain," ''Two for Tonight" and "From the Top of Your Head lo thc Tip of Your Toes.' mg LEO A. UAY Making Good With The Mutual Life Mr. LEO A. RAY joined our sales organization on October 26,1935 and has secured an average of four applications for new business each week. He is associated with our MR. WAYNE H. ENGLAND, at 207 First National Bank Building. We are grateful for the business we have enjoyed from HOPE and HEMPSTEAD COUNTY and your further consideration of the attractive policies issued by this Company is invited. J. T. Thompson, The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York Union National Bank Building, Little Rock, Ark. Born: Friday night to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yoccm a daughter, they named her Alice Nell. Mr. and Mrs. O. O, Brint from Lost Prairie were visiting T. G. Martin and others here Sunday. Rev. Grain and wife were business visitors to Hope Monday. Hugh. Verna and Swan Garner and Ralph Smith, Ezra McDowell and wife visited Mr, and Mrs. Tom Clark at Prescott Sunday night. Mrs. Grisham returned home Saturday after spending a week with relatives and friends at this, her old home place. Duild Hupckabco and Gladys Johnson returned lo Magnolia after spending from Thursday until Sunday with home folks. Thc Martin Bros, Erbin, Snug, Clyde Lvnn and Roy arrived home last Wednesday from Texan where they have been for several week's picking cotton. Mr. Davis, wife and daughter, wcrf out from Hope Sunday night and practiced with their singing class al the Baptist church. Mont Allen and family were down from Hope Sunday. Le.slic Huckabce wife and baby spent Thanksgiving with homufolks near Waldo. Mrs. Fay Hill and mother .spent Tuesday ni Hope. i Mrs. Ruby Juris and litle daughter spent Friday night with he. mother Mrs. Arthur Collins and Mr. Collins. Mr. Foley and J. B. Brown were Transacting business in Hope Saturday. Mrs. Cluis. Grisham is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Felix Foster this week. Mr. Kelly of near Plain Dealing, La., was here a few days of last week locking after his interests and visiting friends. Mn>. Monroe Martin was shopping in Hope Tuesday. A. E. Smith, wife and small boy Joe Wallace were over from Texarkuna Sunday. Dudd Huckabee ancl Gladyce John- sun were home from Magnolia A. & M. to spend Thanksgiving with home- folks. Mrs. Clarence Baker and children wcru down from Hope recently, accompanied by Mrs. Arnette. Tiie singing Sunday night was well attended, and there is much interest being taken in the singing class. i Mrs'. Frank Turner spent Thursday with Her daughter, Mrs. Light at Liberty Hill. I Accepts Pulpit Invitation From the Hope Gospel Tabernacle • Rev. Bert Webb and Mrs. Webb have accepted the pastorate of the Hope Gospel Tabernacle located on North Main street. A revival campaign of five weeks duration, under Evangelist Webb's direction, came to a close on Sunday at, the Tabernacle and it is reported that •definite., vjjculUj utUmdod ih« .K>«o,i** l S% throughout and many who had for- t mcrly attended no church or made any religious profession were convert-, ed or became intensely interested. The newly-elected pastor will deliver his first sermon, since his election, on Thursday night at the Tabernacle on the subject: "What is the Baptism of thc Holy Spirit and Who is it for?" On next Sunday night the subject for the pastors sermon will be, "The Devil's Hypodermic Needle." Communion will be observed at the 11 o'clock service on Sunday. For the last tlvrce Sundays a new record attendance has been established each succeeding Sunday al the Gospel Tabernacle and next Sunday the contest conies to a close and thc prizes will be awarded at which time a new all time record is expected to be set. . Mr. Webb comes to Hope from a year -of successful evangelistic work in several states and was formerly a District official in Minnesota and a director of North Central Bible Institute, Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Webb is an experienced worker among children and young people. A Buenos.Aires commission in Brazil is preparing for the visit of 3,000 Argentine tourists to the Brazilian industrial exposition. LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP Doctor—Yes, I think 1 can euro your husband of talking in his sleep, if that's all you want. The Lady—Oh, bul 1 don't want him cured of that. What I wanl. you to do is ill-escribe -something that I can put into his coffee to make him talk more distinctly. Santa Arrived Today . . . with a Plane Full of Fun! rue OPENS TOMORROW • , with Hundreds of New Toys! • Santo says come early and whisper in his ear, so he can be sure you'll get what you want for Christmas. 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