Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 20, 1935 · Page 3
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v A -^Tfc _.. t»t_i- s. Hid Henry E6me say that ever 'flalnst that season comes Wherein dftr Savior's btrth is celebrated, The-bird of dawning singeth all night long; And, then, they say no spirit dare Btlr abroad;, ( The;' nights arc wholesome; then no matiels strike, No fairy takes; nor witch hnlh power io cnariil, ' So )inllow'd nnd so gracious is the time.—Selected, I Mrs. Sceva Gibson and little son, John were Thursday visitors in Texarkana, ; , i Mrs. James L, Jamison left Thursday afternoon for Little Rock Xvhere she Will spend the Christinas holidays Visiting with relatives. . . ; Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Young and sons • were Thursday visitors In' Tcx'arkana. The Future Home 'Makers'club entertained lit its annual Christrhas party at tlie attractive Home EC cottage. • The imcetlng'opened with lue candle llgh porvjcc for the installnliqn of new menjbdrs. The Christmas motif was emphasized in the decorations, and ten tables Were arranged for the game of progressive Hearts. Prizes went t'j Mlsf; Snrn - Pnyton and Miss Wilmn Xttll Roberts. A jolly Santn Claus wns present, with merry bells and gifts for each member from a brilliantly lighted (Christmas tree laden with toys made by the Junior Homo EC girls. Following the .festivities, Chistmns ccokies, caoxlies and fruit were served to the faculty- nnd 50 members of the Senior Home EC. girls. Telephone 821 Kalherine Mae and Margaret Simms as associate hostesses. The meeting was called to'order by the president, Miss Evelyn Bfianl, and the minutes of the last meeting were read by the Secretary, Miss Catherine Lane. A splendid attendance responded to tlie roll call. Plans were discussed for a daneci to be held during the holidays. Celebrating the birthday month of Joel Chanter Harris, an Uncle Hemus story 'was told by Miss Frances Yocom and A poem was read by Miss Margaret Simms. Mrs. K. T. While chapter sponsor gave a most interesting report from the General U. D. C. convention recently hole! Sn Hot Springs. At the conclusion of the program the hostesses served a most tempting salad course wilh hot chocolate. Dwight Andres of the Arkansas Medical college, Little Rock, will ar- | rive Friday to spend the Christmas .holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Andres. Hoyt Andres of • Baylor University, Waco, Texas, will arrive the first of the week, and will have as holiday guest, Miss Dorothy Childors of Waco, Texas. _ d- The- First Baptist Church choir under the direction of Mrs. F. L. Padgitt will ting Kevin's Adoration Sunday evening at 7:30 nt the First Baptist church. This will be proceeded by the singing of carols by the junior nnd senior choirs. Historical Data on County Sought It Should Be Sent to Federal Writers' Project at Texarkana K-srsTV fj)*' v «» Beverly Br&zes Int8;Film Lead •-• r " : '-r"" MI i • •. • n- — -Tr •••'• •.-'"•^••*-.^^-^li£A.i^..^.i... ; --.-- 1.1 ^^-.i^j .-.^-^ The! Clara Low thorp chapter C. of C. hold its licccinber meeting on Thursday aftc>moon at ihu home of Miss Mnrthn Ann- Singleton, with Let' Go- IT'S SHIRLEY TEMPLE Doll-nite at the— ENDING CLAIRE TREVOR "NAVY WIFE" SAT'S. Double Show "TARZAN" SUN. MON: & TUES. Mrs. John Sykcs of Corpus Christie, Texas, is the holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Finley. Mi.«s Geneva Higgason of Ouachitn college, will arrive Friday night to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Judge and Mrs. L. F. Hic&a- son. Taylor Alexander, a student of Oliachita college, Arkadelphia, will arrive Friday night to spend Christmas with his parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. R, Alexander. The Jane Rogers class of the First Baptist Sunday school, held its December meeting Thursday evening at the home of the teacher, Mrs. L. F. Higgnson South Hervey street. The Higgason home wa bright with Christmas decorations, and presents were distributed from a beautiful Christmas tree. A delicious salad course was' served by the hostess. j Out of town relatives and friend:: attending the funeral services of the late T. R. King held from the family | residence Thursday afternoon, with Dr. Thos. Brewsler officiating, were Harold King of Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Jennie Carr Pittman, Mrs. C. E. Rom- j ig, Mrs. Gutlirie and Mrs. Ed Barham , of Prescott. In most communities, there are historic buildings, or other physical objects, such as trees, valleys, and lakes about which legends have developed, Perhaps only the oldest inhabitant recalls the incidents, real or imagin- ery, which make these objects inter- eating, and when they died, local color will go with them. Then again, some person or family may have made .a collccllo nof stamps, arrow heads, coin, drawings and paintings, etc. Clt- j izens of this community may know of a colony of wild animals, or other national historic curiosity, or an unusual geologic formation. Tourist traffic, local, as well as Inter-state and national, is built on just such features which combine to give a fact individuality and background. In addition, individuals and families often possess old books, manuscripts, letters, or other valuable historic records, which, if properly appraised, might find their way into a local library where all would have the op- I portunity to examine them. Recently, ' one of our workers found, in a bank vault, an historically valuable letter, written by Abraham Lincoln. The owner did not know what to do with it; so, in protecting it, he put it where no one could see it. Tills appeal is being made to cit- ( izens of the following counties: Miller,! Hempstead, Pike, LaFayette, Little River. Howard and Scvier, comprising the Texarkana district, for such objects as old records they may possess, and other facts of community value. We -trust that you will place in our hands, for temporary safe keeping, i any descriptions or manuscripts that j we may incorporate in the American' Guide Book, the governments' new five-volume guide to the United Suites, soon to be published. Our only hope of getting a true and adequate picture of this community before the public, through the American Guide Book, is to be realized through real co-operation from pioneer nnd other interested, local citizens. They can do tliis by furnishing exclusive special stories about any person, incident, or place of unusual interest. Any and all communications should j bo addressed to J. E. Matlock, Local ' District Supervisor of the Federal Writers' Project, Room 12, P. O. Building, Texarkana, Ark. Charity Dance at the Country Club Bridewell's Lake Affail- Friday Sponsored by Cotillion Club Christmas celebrations here other than those planned at various Hope churches include a charity ball to be held Friday night. December 20, : at Hope Country club. T..H. Crone and his 12-piecc orchestra of Shreveport wil) play. The dance, starting at 10 p. m., is sponsored by the Cotillion club of Hope. Admission will be $1.10. After expenses are deducted all other proceeds will be donated to charily. A large crowd is expected. Sixty-four per cent of the 2670 prisoners in New York slate are foreign born, and two-thirds of these are aliens. Hloml. rumpled wind-blown, .hair typifies- the personality and charm that lias just struck Hollywood with, the arrival of Beverly Knbcrts. above. Hcvprly breezed in from Broadway, scat-' tcred ihc extras like the wind before her and'look the lead role opposite: Al Jolson in his latest • picture. Anil'Unit's enough to make any newcomer smile/ " CHURCHES ST. MAKK'S EPISCOPAL The Ilcv. Chas. C. Jones. Sunday, December 22, 1935. '. Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m. Morning Prayer ynd sermon 11.a. m. Weekly Sunday School Lesson 1st CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 511 So. Elm St. Rev. \V. Paul Hodge, Pastor. iUalachl Forelells a New Day SPECIALS For SAT., SUN. and MON. Home Baked HAM, Ib 40c Barbecued Pork HAM, II) 'lOc Cured Ham, center cuts, Il> 27 Vic Whole or Half, Hi. 25c Native PORK CHOPS, Ib: 20c Forcquarter Beef Roast, Ib lOc Forcquarter STEAK, Ib lOc CHILI, Made Rite, Ib mic Excell Soda Crackers...' 17c Palace-'Sliced BACON, II) 33c Armour's Star BACON, Ib -10c SLAB BACON, Hi 28c FAT DRKSSEI) CHICKENS and COUNTRY BUTTER FRESH COUNTRY EGGS REECE & GENTRY Meat Market Text: Malachi 3:1-12 Tlie International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for December 22. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. in. Junior Reservd 7 p. m. Evening services 7:30 p. m. Prayer meetin.2 Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Our pastor is filling his place in all the services of the church, and you are invited to come out and hear him. LARKWOOD Silk Stockings For Christmas The most accuiilablc of Christmas gifts ... in weights <i> suit luiy occasion or tt-nipfrumc-nl . .- . in colors to cuiiiplcmcni every smart costume Hindi-. Ducau.se of their long wiar they make u most lasting gift ; uu l iu -e u constant reminder of the tfi'ocl jtidyineiit and thoughlfulntss of the River. LADIES Specialty Shop By \VM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance Malachi, last of the Old Testament prophets, sounds a message alike of warning and of hope, 1 It in difficult for us to put ourselves back into the times when Halaehi lived, and it is, therefore, difficult to interpret his message in the light of his age and environment. No one, however, could read this lesson without realizing that it has a significance far beyond the situation of any one time or of any one nation. I It is the picture of tlie coming of , one who wil Isave the nation. But salvation cannot come without purification of the national life and without the sweeping away of all that is false and untrue. | This social Savior is as a refiner | and purifier of silver and gold. Men are to be put in tlie crucible, and the refining fire is first of all to purify the priests, or the sons of Levi. The age of salvation is an ago of judgment, of "swift witness" against the doers of evil, not only those whoso lives are vicious and, false, but those who oppress the workers and who rob the widowed and the fatherless. Muliichi brings against the nation the charge of perverting the truth, of turning aside the ordinances of God, and of robbing God through their failure to make Him an honest return of tithes and offerings. He calls upon the people to turn from this robbery iind pretense to sincerity, to bring the "whole tithe into the storehouse." The language he uses is as intense HI- it is full of appeal and hope. Tlie duvourer and the destroyer are to bo rebuked and overthrown,-but the nation that yields itself in full offering to Clod and in full reliance upon Him will find the windows of heaven open and a blessing poured out so great that there shall not be room enough tu ro- ceive it. ll is sad to rouli/e that, between the tiinu of Malachi and the coining of Jesus, nearly 400 years later, a period of darkness and suffering settled down upon Itreul. But it is worth while to j remember that out of this period there emerges tlu> story of heroic souls and of lliuiJ' sublime sacrifice in the .struggle against oppression. Like other prophecies of tlie great prophets of Isreal there is a timeliness about the moral judgments of Malachi. Hero he sets forth wilh great clearness tin; way of salvation and blessedness in the life of the nation, as well as the way that inevitably makes for weakness and destruction. Malachi has a profound and practical message for America and Americana today. Let. us seek to read the lesson not merely ILS a document that come:: out of the past, but as u plaJn message of a clear-seeing social and religious leader who, being dead, yet speaks. The lobbory uC God moans Hie robbery of man. Falseness and insincerity in religion are the counterpart of social hypocrisy and oppression. Honesty in life and purpose is tlie I foundation stone of all true building, i both in church and in shite. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hcllis PurielJ, 'Pastor Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Preaching 'Sunday evening at 7:30. B. Y. F. U. Sunday evening at 6:30. Ladies Auxiliary will meet Monday at 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting 7:30 Wednesday. Bro. T. L. Epto'n will preach Friday- night at 7:30 on prohibition. We invite you to come. CHURCH OF CHRIST Gilbert Copulaml, Minister We' thank'-'you for your continual cooperation, and we urge' you to come and be a part. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. W«Uacc R.' Rogers, Pastor Tlie,regular services of the First Baptist church'Svill:begin at 9:45 with, Sunday school, and will continue according to regular schedule until the evening hour. At that time the even- ing'worship will be in the nature of Christmas service with the combined junior, and adult .choirs singing "The Adora.tion" by.Nevin. The pastor will preach at the morning 'hour, continuing"~the sermon of last Sunday on "The Two Comings." Sunday morning the subject will be "His Next Coming" and will be a discussion oif hope of a Christian world for the return of the Lord. The congregation of the First Baptist Church, are urged to be present and to secuxe envelopes for 1936. No pledges are being' taken, but each member is ; asked ~ to .take envelopes and use them as God has prospered that member. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE Bert Webb, Pastor Bible study work is being stressed for the next few weeks. The time is 10 a. m. Lord's day. We are depending on you to bo present and take a part. Preaching at 11. The subject is, "His Star in the East." Young peoples meeting at 6 o'clock. Evening service at 7 o'clock with "Tlie Mind of Christ" being discussed. Sunday school will meet as usual at 9:45 Sunday morning at the Gospel Tabernacle. Elder David Burruss, District Superintendent of the Arkansas and Louisiana District of the Assem- blies'of God will make a five minute j talk on 'Sunday School work just at I the close of tlie Sunday School hour' to the combined departments. The Rev, Mr. Burruss will deliver the ser- j mon at tlie 11 o'clock worship hour' and again at the evening evangelistic) service-at 7:30. He will be here for! only these two services. '•Children's church at 6:30 Sunday! evening. Young people's meeting at 6:30 Sunday evening. The regular mid-week meeting on Thursday at 7:30. New York City contains more Jrish- men than does Cork, Ireland. . Diabetes is most common among the Jewish race, strikes more women than men, and more married women than single. Just Received!! A New Shipment of BOOTS for Kiddies and Misses Shop here for Gift Boots. We no>v have a complete range of sizes. Children's and Misses $1.95 to $3.95 Boy's Sizes $2-95 to $4.95 Give Them Star Brand Boots. They Wear Lpnger DUGGAK'S Star Brand Shoe Store 111 W. Second St. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS gfe Man Is Bunted to Death; Little Rock J. A, Terry, 83, Dies, and . Woman Is Severely Burned ift Home LITTLE ROCK—r./p)-J. A. Tewy, 83, was burnbd to ; death Friday Virheri fire destroyed the W. A. Vrtiltsoji home in North Little Rock.i Mrs. Sherman CroW, 35, Was critical* ly burned. Both• had) been overcome by heal and smoke. Two others in the building escaped Unhurt, An oil stove in Teriry's.r'oom was be- j lieved to be- the cause of the fire. I W Vi 5ft D R'fc'S THE atfhr SHOP 666 Drops HURRY! HURRY! MEN! f '-^1 ONLY THREE MORE DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS WOMEN'S TRIM Sweater Sets They've Just Arrived! $^•98 They make grand gifts . . . they fill out the wardrobe : like nothing else can! : Brushed mohair and cotton ; or wool. New colors. 32-42. SUITS! and Topcoats i For the Final Rush A Christmas 'Saying— 1 "••Hi Alteration Free 34-44 SPORT or PLAIN MODELS P I.N-'N E Y.:t O M-P AN V PENNEY'S "|. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Incorporate «, a. I Trade With A&P AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE COFFEE 8 O'CLOCK 1 Pound Bag. 17c 3 Pound Bag SOc RED CIRCLE, lb._.... 29c BOKAR, Ib ._..™23c BULK &Lbs 29c IONA, No. 2VJ Can 2 Cans 25c Eat Lots—It Is Cheap Chocolate Cream Drops, Gum Drops, Jelly Beans, Orange Slices and Spice Strings—Lb PEAS IONA No. 2 Can 2 Can, 190 CRACKERS 2 ELxbc L L 17c SNOW DRIFT 3 Pound BUCKET 52c SALAD DRESSING IONA Quart Jar 23c —SELECTED U. S. INSPECTED MEATS PURE PORKyflliwBillll Lb Live Weight ! 3 /4-2lb—Ea. 29o 21c Dressed Ready For Cooking—Lb Armour's STAR Half or Whole—Lb 25c FANCY PORK SHOif L» HOAST LB 23o See Us For Turkeys, Hens and Fryers POTATOES, No. 1—10 pounds 21c WINESAP Large Size 2 L 25c Large Size Each 6c DELCIOUS Extra Large Size 2 F OT 7c CRANBERRIES—Pound 25c GRAPE FRUIT, Large Size—2 for 5c CELERY, Large Stalks—Each lOc LETTUCE, Large Heads—Each 4c GRANDMOTHER'S READ Sliced 16 oz. LOAF 8c PAN ROLLS, Doz.... 5c Raisin Bread, loaf—lOp LARD LOG CABIN Made by Mrs. Tucker 4 Pound Carton Pound Carton MiLK WHITE HOUSE 6 Small Cans ........... I8c 3 Large Cans. Red Pitted No. 2 Can J8c ORANGES Texas, Large Size—Dozen ISC

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