Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 1, 1941 · Page 3
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Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Social Calendar Telephone 768 Momlny, December 1st Circle No. 1 O f the Women's Society of Christian Service will moot at the home of Mrs. Gnrrett Story, 3 o'clock, Mrs, E. P. Young, Mrs, Vcsey Crutchfield and Mrs. C, V. Nunn will be hostesses lo Circle 3 of thc W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist church nt the homo of the former, 3 o'clock. Y. W. A. of the First Baptist church, the Educational building, G o'clock. The Alma Kyler circle of tho W. S. C. S. of tho First Methodist church will meet at tho home of Mrs. K. L. Spore at 1 o'clock for a pot luck luncheon. Circle No. 4 of the W. S. C. S will meet at the home .of. Mrs. W G. Allisonswith Mrs. Max Cox as co-hosless. Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock. Tho Wcsleyan Guild of tho First Methodist church will have a potluck supper in the church recreational rooms, G:30 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. Girls Cotillion club, home of Miss Mary Louise Keith, 7 o'clock, Tuesday, December 2nd W. S. C. S. members of the F/rst Methodist church will meet at the church for the final mission study nt 4 o'clock. Tho Paisley P. T. A. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the school. The meeting will bo held on Tuesday because of the Junior-Senior high P, T. A. sponsored book review lo be given on Wednesday. Wednesday, December 3rd The P. T. A. council will meet at the First Methodist church at 3 o'clock. Thursday, December 4Ui Hope chapter 328, Ordctv of the Eastern Star, 7:30 o'clock n't the Masonic hall. . Friday, December' 5th \ Members of the Cemetery ' association are urged to attend the December mooting at the city hall at 3 o'clock. Important business matters will be UisCussed. perntely embattled country. This piny has 14 men characters and 3 women charadters and was first produced March 29, 1940. "There Shall Be No Night" received tho 1941 Pulitizer prize. This is one of the outstanding dramatic successes of New York season. A drama of our time, a story of nn eminent Finnish scientist, his wife and son, caught in an embattled country. It Is a play of supreme Importance and deep significance. No doubt the play expresses Mr. Sherwood's opinion, as he passionately meant It to, but they are expressed In terms of living drama, and spoken not by dummies, but by vital and splendid human beings. Even the bare text is deeply moving and at times simply,but nobly eloquent. Sherwood has not forgotten to be a dramatist; he has used his skill to speak his message effectively to the trouble souls of freeman. Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontann played in "There Shall Be No Night" at the Robinson Auditorium at Little Rock on November 24 and again in Shreveport Nov. 25. Those who were not fortunate enough to hove seen It should hear the review by Mrs. C. A. Evans of Arkndelphia at the First Methodist Church, Wednesday, December 3 nt"3:3 Op. m. Miss Elsie Weisenbcrger, Librarian announced that there are two copies of this pUiy in the Hompstoad Library. Young Son of McNab Family Succumbs Funeral services for the two-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes, of McNnb will be, held nt Saratoga at 2:30 Monday afternoon. The youngster died at his home early Monday. Relative of Hope Man Dies Monday Joe Douglas Morrison, 09, Memphis, relative of Tom Kinser of Hope, died early Monday morning nt his .home. The body will be brought to Hope for funeral services at 10 o'clock Tues day morning. Burial will be at Prescott. Japan Rattles Saber at Both Ends Blytheville Woman Dies Early Monday BLYTHEVILLE -(&)— 'Mrs. W. J Driver, 65, of Osceoln, wife of former first district congressman now with National Rivers and Harbors Commission, died suddenly at (ho family home Monday. For the last 20 years she had spent much of her time In Washington. Uor to Berlin who asked a native: "Is it true that Germans arc eating horse moat?" "Ah," said the Nnzi, "those were the Then there's the one about the vis- good old days!" W«ny Guests at Saturday Dunce In Tcxitrknun Because of the tremendous success >f the first donee given by the organza lion of the Constructing Quartermaster of the Southwestern Prov- ng Ground, other parties will probably be given by the group during the holidays. Music was furnished by the Blue Moon orchestra of Hope at this first dance given in Texnrkana at the nrm- oiy. One hundred fifty people attended ho dance including a number of incited guests from Hope. A. and M. college spent the Thanksgiving holidays in the city. —O— Miss Julia Cohrnn of Dallas was the voornighl guest of Mrs. B. M. Jones Friday, -O- Miss Cecelia Hughes motored to Huyo. Oklahoma for a week-end visit with friends. -O- Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRac had ns guests for the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meek and daughter, Carolyn, of Bradley. —O- Mrs. Ralph Routon, Miss Lenora Routon, William Routon, and Mrs. T.' S. McDavitt spent Saturday in Little Rock. -O— 1? 1*. T. A. Group to Sponsor Book Reviuw Wednesday "There Shall Be No Night" by Robert Emmet Sherwood is a play based on the invasion of Finland. It is' the story of Or. Kaarlo Valkoncn, an k eminent Finnish scientist his,w,ife,and '* son, and what befalls them in a des- WHITE PETROLEUM JEU Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Hnvc Emotion Club Friday Evening Dinner was served at 7 o'clcok Fri- ay evening to the members of the Cmanon club and three guests, mooing at-the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Roert Wilson, South Elm street. Numerous arrangements of ' season- 1' flowers were used in decorating the entertaining rooms where tables were arranged for the weekly games of contract. After several spirited games,, a record of the scores was made. Guests other than tho club members were . Mrs. Tom Anderson , of Bartlesville, Okla., Mrs. Ralph Routon and Miss Lenora Routon, of Shrove- port. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luck and Mrs. Frank Ward attended the 57th annual homecoming at Hendrix college Saturday. -O— Big question mark In the Orient is where and when Japan will strike. Months of saber rattling by the Mikado's men may come to a climax soon with another Japanese attack on old foe China or on one of three new nations: British Burma, Thailand or Russia! Title 6 (Continued From Page One) Lane Taylor of Marked Tree, Ark., spent the past week-end with his mother, Mrs. Henry Taylor. Mrs. •—O— Bruce Borcn of Texarkona RIALTO NOW 'PARACHUTE BATTALION" Double Feature Tues- Wed -Thurs "Honeymoon For Three" — with — GEORGE ANN BRENT SHERIDAN ALSO "KNUTE ROCKNE" PAT O'BRIEN With GALE PAGE Steele-WhUu 'The Reverend and Mrs. J. F. White of Sutton, Arkansas announce the marriage of their daughter, Martha Lou, to Hayette S'teele of Quanah Texas. The wedding took place Saturday, November 3 at the home of the officiating minister, the Reverend Kenneth L, Spore, pastor of the First Methodist church. Personal Mention John Barrow of Ouachita college, Arkadelphia, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Johnson during the —O- Thanksgiving week-end. Mr. and M.rs. Teddy Jones of Little Rock were guests of Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goclbold, Sat—O— urday and Sunday. Dick Henshaw was home from Texas A. and M., College Station, for the Thanksgiving holidays. With his sister, Miss Florence Henshaw, who attends Henderson College, Arkadelphia, he was the guest of his mother Mrs. Harry S'terro, and Mr. Sterro. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kinard and Mrs E. P. Young and son, Kinard, were Sunday visitors in El Dorado. —O— Mrs. Mack Anderson of Barllesville Okla., is in the city, the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Anderson and Mr, nnd -0— Mrs. R. M. Briant. Mrs. L. A. Keith and daughter, Miss Wary Louise Keith, and Mrs. Bert Keith visited Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Keith n Stamps' Sunday. spent tho Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. Oscar Brooks and Miss Mar- garotte Kalich. —O— Mrs. Carl Ray of Memphis and Miss Claudia Agee of Henderson College visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Agee during the week-end. —O— E. P, Young, Sr., motored to Conway Saturday to be the guest of his son, E. P. Young, for the Father's day events, —O— Mr. and Mrs. Carol Nordean of Okay spent Sunday 'with friends in the city. reduced .to ?5.93 per thousand. When construction has been completed, the builder will close the loan and receive the proceeds therefrom. If he sells the property to a purchaser who meets our borrower requirements, we will consent to the release of the builder from the mortgage and agree to accept the purchaser as mortgagor. The general credit requirements for an operative builder are, briefly, as follows: He must have sound assets in an amount equal to 13 per cent of the line of credit desired, of which 3 per cent must be in cash. Example: Should he desire to borrow ?100,000 he must have ?13,000 in sound assets, of which $3.000 must be in cash. The $10,000 may consist of land, stocks, bonds, etc. If he wishes to borrow ?50,000 he must have 56,500 in assets, of which ?1,500 must be in cash. Most borrowers under Tjtle VI form corporations with capital stock of 13 per cent of the line 6f credit, of which 3 per cent is in cash. It has been our policy to approve the line of credit in advance of accepting applications for loans. In other words, the builder should submit to us a financial statement and obtain our approval of his credit before he incurs any expense incidental to applying for loans. It is our opinion that there is a need for 30 or 40 single-family dwellings in Hope and we will be glad to give further details to any responsible persons who wlil be interested in building some of these homes. Very truly yours, W. S. Daniel State Director Federal Housing Administration Nov. 28, 1941 Little Rock, Ark. Horse and Buggy Replaces Auto BAYARD, Neb. -(/P)_ c. O. Hyde, 72, a farmer near here, has just bought a new buggy to be pulled by his old sorrel mare, Flossie. When a man gets to be my age," he .said,, "he has no business driving a car around. A buggy takes me'where I want to go, and it's safe." LADY BY REQUEST By HELEN R. WOODWARD Copyright, 1941. NBA Service Inc. J. T. Jones of PHUburg, Pa., is the guest of his mother, Mrs. B, M. Jones. Miss Edna Stuart of Little Rock ind Miss Marie Stuart of Magnolia SAENGER • Now and Tuesday ^ & ••» THE STOHYl At ln«t Mr«. Stephen Curl known whom ber liiiHliiind lovi-N — Krnlyn Thorite, lieantiriil lillnd win. ,,( flirtation* Itlt'htird 'I'lioriir, who luid II red Mr«. Curl, then liU Nvercdiry, when who luid been JIM! Dinnii Tucker, liul irllh Niiunk vnoUKli to rrNlMt liln ndvniiiH-N. 'Hint uimiik Stephen, n fiuiioiiH writer mid- comiuciitiilnr, luid admired. When he offered Diana $I(),O(M> to lie III* wife for Mix montliM, loiiu enmiith to <• I n i'li hix liiherltiniec of I|>2,U(HI,- OOlt for A v hi eh lie niiiNt iiiarrj- before tin- HK c nf JIB, M |,,. {loot'iit* lifter HrHt eotiNllltln£ lier »eii»llile fillher. lloth air. Tucker anil .Sf<-|iheii'N «<<'|im<ifher, Ullen Ciir*. hontt the emiple will eome to love I'lieU other. Adeln, Htenhen'ti Hnlfe- ful, Niiolled ulster, IN ufriild that they will, 1'hll llruee, Stephen'* lient friend >vlio IN ulrontrly attracted li}- ]>laiia'N xnnrkllnB lietiuty, kiiowM nothing of the ar- raiiKeiiient. 'j'lii« IN (he Hllnatloil When tlin ThoruvN 1 conic to dinner mid niiina meelN and Inune- dlalely make* frieiidM with the lovely llvalyn. Thin new friend- Nhili HinootliH Ulunu'N hurt when Ilrxt Adela and then Thorpe, who have been drinking too much, In- MIJ|( her. At tlint nionient 1IIU JnekNoii, Illiinn'H t!|illdbood Htreet- heurt, arriveu nt the Curt home, BILL ASKS-QUESTIONS CHAPTER XII AFTER the guests had gone, Bill >£ * suggested, "Let's walk." And Diana, after a word to Stephen went with him.' "Diana, I've come here for only one reason." "Yes, Bill?" "I want to know if you're happy!" She glanced up at his big, over- coated figure, and realized that Bill was very much disturbed His hand beneath her arm held her body strongly against his own. There was assurance and determination in his touch. Diana sighed. How much simpler it would have been if she had fallen in love with Bill! «'Of course, Bill. Why do you ii&?" Tie went on. "It struck me as just a little queer—your marriage. You see, I remembered distinctly that day sitting by the stove in my store, when I asked if you loved anybody else and you said 'no.' Then in less than a week you'd married this Curt. Can you blame me for being a bit curious?" She hedged. "Maybe it was love at first sight." "No," he answered, "if it had been—if you and the man you married were genuine lovers, you wouldn't be coming out with me like this!" "You mean I shouldn't have come? Nonsense! I felt the need of a little air after an evening indoors and, I've known you all my life. Stephen understands that." "Maybe. Still, loving you as do, I figured I had a right to kno\ just where I stand. I've never fo a moment given up the though that one day you'll come back— you'll remember that I'm waitin to offer you a lot of devotion— that I can make you comfortabl< Somehow this marriage doesn seem to make a lot of differenc in my mind, Your father, too— when I questioned him, he evade me." "All right, Bill," Diana said I'll tell you the truth." In a few words she told hin of the business arrangement sh had with Stephen Curt. He wa silent when she had finished. * » « "WELL?" '" Still he did not answer. "Bill, don't stand there like a dummy!" "Words fail me," he said finally 'I wouldn't have thought you'd ae so mercenary!" How exasperating he was. She wished he hadn't come—wishec she wouldn't have to spend the night with the thoughts he had started in motion. When Larkin let them in, Bill stepped inside for a moment just as Stephen was crossing the hallway from the library. He stopped came toward them, smiling pleasantly. "Too bad you didn't come earlier, Mr. Jackson. Any friend of Diana's is always welcome. To be sure it was a rather dull affair." Bill looked at him steadily and Diana, watching them, realized that they were something alike. "I think I ought to tell you, Mr. Curt," Bill was saying, "I came tonight because it struck me as rather queer that Piana should have married you out of a clear sky, and because I wanted to be sure of her happiness and well being. You see, I love her very much." Stephen's face did not change ay so much as the flicker of an eyelash. "I see," he answered after a moment. "And I think I ought to tell you that Diana did not mention to me that there was another man in her life." Then it was that Diana's temper, held in leash, but fed now jy a sort of nervous exhaustion, flashed forth, "And I'll tell both of you that ll knows I am not in love with him and never have been! And that's more, never will be! Oh, 'm fond of him— have kn^.wn him ince childhood. But thai doesQ't five him the right to conic here and question wy motives!" gHE turned angrily to Stephen, . the bright tears glistening on her lashes. "And there's no part of our bargain that gives you the right to question what I do or do not tell you I'll have you both remember that I'm quite able to manage my affairs without assistance from either of you!" She stood there trembling, and suddenly Stephen laughed. "There's no use in getting all wrought up like this," he said. "I think it's very commendable that Mr. Jackson here took -the trouble to find out if you were all right." He turned to Bill. "Forgive Diana, won't you? She's tired. And won't you come again when you're in town?" Bill knew that he was being quietly, efficiently dismissed, and after a few words for Diana accompanied by a look of misery, he made his departure. Stephen turned to her. "Want to talk about it?" She got up and walked about, picking up an object here and ;here, while he watched her :hrough half-closed lids. "Oh, ife's so muddled! Just when you .hink things are straightening out, they snarl up again. Nobody seems entirely contented. Everyone WcUits something they haven't ?ot. "I remember quite well your aying, 'The woman I love married another man.' And tonight, Stephen—when I saw Evalyn Thorpe —when I saw the look on your ace—I knew." He said nothing. The firelight >laying on his features revealed nothing of his thoughts. It was /ery quiet now in the big book- ined room and Diana came to sit in a small hassock near Stephen's cnees. For a long time they gazed quietly into the flames, each ab- orbed»in his own thoughts, feel* ng no need of speech. Finally, pt knowing why, she turned to ijm, slipped her fingers beneath iis, felt them close about her own varmly. All the turmoil of the vening seemed to be dissolved in hat firm, sure grasp. "All my life I'll be grateful for our friendship, Stephen," she aid softly. He stood up, drew her gently nto the circle of his arms, placed is lips for a brief moment on her >rehead. "I'm going to see that lings come out right for you, liana, if there's anything J cag o about it," he muttered a little ercely. "And now, my dear hild, do you realize it's nearly morniag?" (To Re Continued.) INCH NDO- HINA • Possible British sea thrust if Burma is Invaded Naval, Air Bases and Stotions American 1^1 Russian IS S British X \r Singapore Red Cross Roll Call Climbs Solicitors Report Collections of $86 Monday Red cross -donations continued to climb here over the week-end when solicitors reported collections of ?8G,05 boosting the grand total to $2,798.45. Donations follow: Previously reported $2.712 40 Dr and Mrs Jim McKen?ie 200 Bernard Moses Connie Cox Wm. P. Cannon . _ Fred Jackson __ R. E. Shavers Arthur Williams MacElvane Cooper _ I Jim Witherspoon Henry Gray J. W. Cash Ike Holmes Leonard Cox Jack Turner Mac-Field Wihterspoon" Wilhc Duffie _ Arthur Stewart Vernis Boswell Fletcher Moore Clarence Phillips Homer Henderson Sampson Coloman Robert Rogers Mrs. Geo. S. Meehan Godfrey Moses _ Luther Gamble _ George Pearson __ __ • Mike Witherspopn Beverly White Vester Henderson George Cooper David Deloney Mrs. George Bonner F. R. Miller _ _ _ C. M. Hunt _ Josie Witherspoon Ike Goodman S. F. Boswell Tyree Jordon Frank • Murrell Henry Walsh Lige Morris _ Fred Tuggles _ _J Ira Cox _ _ Ambers Henderson Willie Witherspoon Walter Rogers Hope Heading Company Geo. S. Meehan Sweet Home Reeder Campbell Mrs. M. H. Montgomery Oscar Montgomery Mrs. J. A. Huskey Jim Coeman Mrs. H. M. McCain B. F. McDonald J. H. Webster Mrs. H. H. Huskey _ W. R. Campbell Bert Coeman Mrs. Edward Grimes G. I, Morgan Fulton, Arkansas J. I. Lieblong Mrs. J. M. Hopson __ Mrs. W. E. Cox, ST. _ _ W. E. Cox, Jr. Chester Lester Miss Ira Logan James Brown _ _ Dan Harkness _ _ I. E. Odom K, G. Dudney Cox Service Station Mrs. J. J. Battle' _ Inez LaFayette _._ _ Demma Seymour Colored School J. B. Shults _ _~_ Mrs. Bill Abbott _ __ Mrs. Charles Rowland Mrs. Emory Thompson 0. A. Knowles Mr. Gus Davis F. A. Sewell _ 1_ W. E. Cox & Son Store T. H. Seymour _._ C. H. Wilson _ Monroe Cox _ Mr. Blakely __ __ Lester Shaver Morlun McClellan Mary Jewel Hamilton _ 1. E. Odom Jett Orton _ Temples Store __ _ Carl Bryant Ben Wilson Joe Henry Cheatam A. Tate (Col.) Mrs. Herbert Cox _ __ ~_ Mrs. Brooks Shults _ ~ J. M. Smith Fulton School Mrs. Abe Wilson Nola Marks (Col,) Paul Hanson Mrs. R. G. Byers Mattie Pressley (Col.) .50 .25 .25 . .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 . 1.00 1.00 .50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .50 .25 .15 .25 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.00 .50 .25 .50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .50 .15 .25 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 .25 .25 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .25 .25 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 - 1.00 1,00 - 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 . 1.00 2.85 . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.15 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Dec. BFinol (Continued From Page One) you in regard to sending Christmas " tthe troops at Nome Total ?2,798,45 Chinese Gold Mining Increased Sevenfold CHUNGKING -W)- Gold valued t ?30,000,000 in U. S. currency was jroduced from Chinese, mines dur- ng the current year 'fficial estimates, according to Mine output has been increased se- /cn times over prewar production, espite a lack of modern machinery which forces the almost exclusive se of human labor and primitive nplements. Notice OSTED! i ! NO HUNTING ALLOW- ed on our premises. Keep out. Byod Bros. Emmet, Ark. December 1, 8, 15, 22 A , Alaska. The report indicates that you advised Mr. Lawrence that Hope is the home ot many of the troops now located at Nome and that the parents of these troops are concerned as to whether it would be possible to have delivery made of these parcels It may be stated that Nome is located in the restricted area of Alaska where parcel post dispatches are limited during the winter months. However, we feel that the parcels in question should be delivered if it is found possible to do so, and necessary instructions have been issued to the field service with this end in view. In order to aid in delivery, you are requested to advise your -patrons who may intend to mail packages to the soldiers at Nome that they be placed in the mail at the earliest practicable date, but not later than December 8, and that the parcels be plainly addressed to show that the addressee is in the Army. If the number of the regiment or company is not known, the package should be endorsed "U S. Army Mail." Sincerely yours, S. W. Purdum, Second Assistant Postmaster General Nov. 29, 1941. Washington, D. C. Lemley Hears Court Monday Lengthy Docket Disposed of at City Hall Judge W. K. Lemley Monday heard he .following cases listed on the municipal court docket: W. T. Johnson, driving a car while under the influence of intoxicating iquor. Trial, fined $100. Notice of appeal. Bond fixed at ?150. George Jenkins, operating a oar with io driver's license. Forfeited ?5 cash )ond. George Jenkins, operating a car with 0 tail light. Forfeited ?1 cash bond. Clarence Ogden, operating a car vith no brakes. Forfeited ?l cash iond. Mrs. W. D. Windhane, operating a ai with improper muffler. Forfeited 1 cash bond. John •Sti-Quo 1 , reckless driving For- eited $25 cash bond. Ode Hutte, reckless driving For- eited $25 cash bond, H, D. Shope, incorrect parking. For- eited $1 cash bond. Ernest W. Grisham, incorrect park- ng Foifeited ?2 cash bond. C. A. Kitchens, incorrect parkins orfeued ?1 cash bond. L. R. Thorn, double parking. Forfeited ?1 cash bond. Wayne Wyatt,. running two "stop" signal lights. Forfeited ?2 cash bond The following forfeited ?!• cash bond each on a charge of running a red signal light: W. T. Rvbos, A J.Daniel Cuitis Wilson, E W Hayme The following forfeited ?1 cash bond on a charge of operating a car with no tail light: Carnell Wright, P. J Bridges, Elsie Johnson, Clifton Mar-' T f«m P ° nte11 ' J> A " McGaffetty, Tyree Williams. The following forfeited a cash bond of $5 each on a charge if speeding: C. E. Jones, Robert Marino, Tommie Jones, John Gales, W. H. Moore, Loyd Osborne. The following forfeited a cash bond of ?1,00 eich on a charge of operating a car with one head light. Miles Laha, T. E. Turner, Ruth Bowyer, 0'. G Johnson, Oscar Teague. Grady Sanders, assault and batterv Forfeited ?10 cash bond. Buddy Finn, disturbing the peace 'lea of guilty, fined 510. Elijah Ferguson, selling whisky wthout a license. Forfeited ?50 cash x>nd. Buddy Finn, drunkenness, dismissed on motion of city attorney. Ben F. Allen, drunkenness, forfeited ?15 cash bond. The following forfeited a $10 cash bond on a charge of drunkenness: K. E. Wheatington, J. P. Dearnely White, Terrell Lee Tomlin, Marvin Jenkins, Rider, Roy Bailey, Kyle BUMPS UGLY SORE FACIAL (blackheads, due to external irritation) Try clearmg-up help of the antiseptic action m Black and White Ointment ^rFofremovmggrimyfacial dirt, enjoy mild, Black and, White Sk,w Soapdaily, Legal Notice NOTICE The re-assessment of bneefits of the following improvement districts and annexes in the City of Hope, Arkansas, has been filed in my office, and the same are now open for inspection as required by law, to-wit: Curb & Gutter District No. 5 Street Improvement District No. *Ji Curb & Gutter District No. 7 and its Annex No. 1 Street Improvement District No. 11 and its Annex No. 1. This 29th day of November, 1941' T. R. BILLINGSLEL, Clerk of the City of Hope, Arkansas Dec. 1-8. "f ^" ^"~ »" TJR =™=- ^r re ^f J IRP- Tjff^W ALLEN ELECTRICAL SERVICE House Wiiwg, Indusfnal Motois, Appliances, Repaired Complete Line Fluorescent Light Fixtures Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Duy 01 Niglit Service ''^s»Licensed and Bonded ilectricipn Phone 806 — Shofner, Snow Williams, „„ Emmet West, Will Smith, John : Ridgdill, Clarence Palmer. ' Jessie Hamilton, drunkenness,. of guilty, fined $15. ' The following entered 6 piet^_. guilty on a charge of drunkenne*sr»4 Otis C. Jones, C W. Rmehart, f . Burns, Jack Robinson, James'? nolds, Jessie Tiomell. * State Docket T C. Lytle, disturbing forfeited $5 cash bond. Burl Arrmgton, disturbing peace, forfeited $5 cash -bond.. /«: Robert Howard, drunkenness, lot* feited $10 cash bond. ! f . Al Ewmg, drunkenness, forfeited^ $10 cash bond. , f * *"„ Will Rhodes, violating state aUtomo«' 1 1 bile license law, forfeile $10 cash boftctr^ O. L Johnson, hunting squirrels 2| without a non-resident license, *lea J of guilty, fined $10. Fine suspended, &• Charles Wood, reckless driving^ charged with drunken driving, Pfeadl guilty to a charge of reckless d*iv£g mg and fined $25. yt >S R. C. Reed, reckless driving, plea of 1 guilty, fined $10. wj, ' Jim Ed White, assault with d,'deadly weapon, tried, found not guilty,?! Jim Ed While, carrying a pistol i- a weapon, tiled, found not guilty.- Hannah Jones, carrying a pistol ( a weapon, tried, found not guilty/ Geo Tyler, beating a board,b! dismissed on payment of cost, *i ,i W T. Holland, beating a board bi dismissed on motion prosecuting' a torney on payment cost. «*, Ola Stanley, embezzlement, dismal sed on motion of prosecuting attorneyF Herman Story, reckless driving, dismissed on motion of prosecuting T attorney. • t • Air-Minded Pumpkin ASHEVILLE, N. C. -(fP)— Shook has a pumpkin that wt...™.. for altitude The 20-pound pumpkjnS natured 15 feet above ground on-tl branch of a tree in Shock's yard, 1 ,! More easily acclimatized to tem-f peratures of the United States arts! Arctic animals than animals of' the* ropics. PURE" AS MONEYCANBlriS ^^^"lyafM-a* *& fo'f £%?&%*£'££& ST.JOSEPH GENUIME F> U Rt ASRIRIfM Real Silk Hosiery 160 SILK HOSE Per Pair . . 1.95 NYLON HOSE $-\ Per Pair . . Also— Slips, Underwear, Gowns, Etc. v >p* See or Call HENDRIX A. SPRAGGINS Telephone 633-J C 1 '' DRS. CHAS. A. & ETTA E.-/ CHAMPLIN l Osteopathic Physicians > * HOPE, ARKANSAS , 404 South Elm St. Telephone "459 ALLIED BATTERIES As low As., _.$3.49 Ex. (Batteries Recharged 50c) ' (Oklahoma Tire & Supply Co. Associate Store Bob Elmore, Owner — Hope Bring us your Sick WATCH Speedy recovery guaranteed, ( Repair service very reasonable. PERKISON'S JEWELRY STORE 218 South Walnut Plumbing Repairs Harry W, Shiver Phone 259 AUTOMATIC Water Heaters WANTED CAST IRON SCRAP 75 Cents per Hundred Pound$ Pqid ARKANSAS MACHINED SpICIALTY CO. Hope, Arkansas WHO WANTS A SLIGHTLY - USID SPINET PIANO? Drop Us u Card This Piano is available at a sucufice pi ice Cash or 18 months teims arranged. P. o.

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