Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 31, 1935 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 31, 1935
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crc ™__ Telephone 821 Pot New YcnrV o'mme, in the year oncoming t wish you n little time for play, And an hour to dream.in <ho eerie gloaming After the clamorous day. (And the moon like' a pearl from an ttidian shore hang for a lantern above yoitr door.) f A.little hpuse with friendly rafters, I And some one in It to need you there, j Wind of romance and wholesome laughters jWith d Comrade or two to share., ; (And some secret spot of your very own IWhenCVer you want to cry alone.) R II wish you a garden on fire with roses, F Columbines planted for your delight, Scent of mint in its shadow closes, Clean, grty winds at night. (Sonic'nights for sleeping and some to ride With the broomstick witches far and Wide.) A goodly Crop of figs to gather, With a thistle or two to prick and sting; Since a harvesting too harmless is rather Ah unadventurous thing. (And now and then, spite of reason of rule, he chance to be a bit of a fool.) wish you a thirst that can never be sated For all the loveliness earth can yield. Slim, cool birches whitely mated, Dawn on an April field. (And never too big a bill to pay When the Fiddler finds he must up and away.)—Selected. The Bay View reading club will meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Steve Carrigan j;Jr., 704 West Avenue B. The study f period Will be devoted to the First For the first Sunday in the New Year we present Ronald Colman in "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" LAST SHOWING —AND YOU CAN'T GO WRONG! MARX —BROS.— "A NIGHT AT " "THE NEW YEAR'S EVE PREVUE TONIGHT See the Old Year Out at 11 National Period of American Literature. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowthorp announce the arrival of n son Jim Gorin, born Tuesday, December 31, at Clnrks- ville. Mothtfr and son ore reported us doing nicely. Mr. and Mvs, Stanley E. White have returned from n Christmas vacation with relatives and fricnd.s in Lamar and Kansas City, Mo. . Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Young announce the marriage of their daughter Margurito Taylor lo Richard R. Forrester Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rorresl- er Sr., of Longvlew, Texas. The ceremony was performed Monday afternoon, DecembenaO, at Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Forrester are members of Hope's younger sol and are popularly identified in the; city's club and social activities. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Forrester will bo at home in this city where he holds a responsible position with the Arkansas Louisiana Gis Co, The Pat Clebiirne Chapter U. D. C. will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. S. Greening on East Second street at 2:30 o'clock. Associate hostesses are Mrs. W. W. Duckett, Miss Maggie Bell, nnd Mrs. J. W. Strickland. • Mrs. M. M. McCloughan entertained with n delightful birthday dinner on Monday evening honoring the 80th birthday anniversary of Mr. Mc- Cloughns mother Mrs. Sara Mc- Cloughn. The huge birthday cake bearing eight burning tapers was the central table adornment and introduced the chosen color scheme of red and white. Covers were laid for Mrs. McCloughans entire family of chil dren, in-laws and grandchildren numbering 20 in all. After a most tempting course dinner was served the evening was devoted to games and conversation. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McCloughn left Tuesday morning for their home in Oklahoma City, Okln., after a holiday visit to his mother, Mrs. Sara Mc- Cloughn and other relatives in this city. Much to the regret of their many friends Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Terwilliger have moved to Chicago, III., where Dr. Twilliger will study surgery. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Payne, of Patmos, had as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Davis and daughter, Odessa, and Mrs. C. G. FrLslcy, of Corpus Christie, Texas. The visitors returned home j Sunday going by way of Marlin, Texas, where they were to see Mr, and Mrs. S. A. Clark and Perry Payne. .Mr..andJMrs Jtay.ce»»y[cisenberfiGr. and daughter, Frances, have return eel to their home in Marshal after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hamilton and other relatives. Misses Maxine Scott and Dorothy White and Messers J. C. Usery, Nilan Spain and Will T, Rogers Jr., of Camden have returned home after a visit with members of the local band members. The party are members of the Camden band. p. m, ' Three distinguished players join hearts i in a drama of tender beauty, love 1 sacrifice! Matinee 2:30 Wed iSc FREDRK MARCH HERBERT MftMHMl 'DARK Rlffi Approximately two-thirds of the polished glass produced in the United Slates finds its way into the automobile industry. FUR TRIMMED COATS 1/2 Price LADIES'S Specialty Shop our Food is Your Life and Your Strength j Do you realize that what you eat itoflay is your flesh and blood to- •'jnorrow? Also, your strength or "v weakness? So if you htwe no appe- •" tlte or If your food sours and turns to gas, instead of digesting normally, you are sure to grow weaker and weaker each day instead of stronger and more vigorous. To escape the weakness and sickness that are sure to result from undernourishment, you must regain hearty appetite and overcome the JOHN S, GIBSON D symptoms of indigestion. For this purpose we strongly recommend B-L Tonic to restore your appetite and stimulate your digestion, so you can obtain all possible nourishment from your food and regain health and strength. SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK. We are authorized to refund the price of the first bottle to any of our customers who are not delighted with B-L Tonic—you are to be the sole judge. RUG CO,, Hope, Ark. Best Wishes for the New Year Very Happy and Prosperous New Year" is our sincere greeting: to |»1| of our friends. •; We. li^ve enjoyed your friendship ... we have appreciated your palron- ' age . . , find it i* with deep sincerity thai wo extend to you our best \\Ulits (or tho coming year. WARD & SON fhe Leading Druggist PHONE 93 "WE'VE GOT IT" Motorccic Delivery Saenger Preview 11 Tuesday Night "The Dark Angel" Features March, Oberon and Marshall "The Dark Angel," gripping romantic drama, starring Fredric March, Merle Oberon and Herbert Marshall, will be the feature attraction at the Saenger's 11 p. m. New Year's Eve preview Tuesday night. Tliis powerful and beautiful love story, set in a lovely, quiet corner of rural England, reflects the hearts of a woman and two men—one of whom she loves, while the other loves her. A great emotional climax is reached when the man she loves comes to a realization of his love for her. Their happiness is short-lived, however, as the relentless forces of life tear them apart. Years after, when the girl has resigned herself to a betrothal to the other man ,ti kndlier fate intervenes and the lovers arc reunited. The Mar?. Brothers, in "A Night at the Opera," closes its all too short three-day run in what is claimed by many as the funniest comedy this family of comedians has ever done. Hamilton Shares' Dividends Pick Up Ei-ringer Reports on Condition of Trust's Un- . del-lying- Stocks A preliminary study of dividend prospects for January, 31. 1936, discloses facts of interest to everyone connected with Hamilton Depositors corporation, Orviljc W. Erringer, state agent, announced here Tuesday. Mr. Erringer's statement, taken from a news bulletin sent out by Hamilton Depositors corporation, follows: "In comparison with the dividends paid by the various corporations underlying the Hamilton Trust Fund as of October 31st distribution, we find Detroit Edison will pay $1.00 extra; the duPont's extra over the amount paid over the previous quarter will be approximately 65 cents; that General Electric's rate has been raised 5 cents per share; that Union Carbide's rate has been raised 10 cents per share; that International Harvester will increase its rate 15 cents per share; that Standard Oil of New Jersey, which pays semi annually, and therefore made no payment in the last quarter, will make a 75 cent payment in this quarter; that Sears Roebuck which made no payment in the last quarter, will pay $1.00 in this quarter; and, that Ingersoll-Rand will pay ?3.00 extra during the present quarter. "It is now estimated that the quarterly distribution to be made January 31st next, will be approximately 1.8 per share. This is the highest rate ever paid on Hamilton Trust Shares. This estimate is based upon the corporation dividends now in sight and the prevalence of practically -the same" liquidating value' on January 25th. as at present. CHURTHES FIRST UIURCH OF THE NTAZARENE 511 South' Elm Street Rev. W. Paul Hodge, Pastor Sunday wns a good day with us. Our pastor the Rev. W. Paul Hodge brought us two good messages full of truth, and you are invited to hear our pastor. We were especially glad to have Mrs. Hodge and the two sons of the Hodges with us Sunday, Mr. Hodge and family are at home at 419 South Eim street. Every member of the church is urged to be present for the Wedensday night prayer meeting, tot ake part in a business session following the prayer service. The church board is also expected to be present for a short business session. The largest and fastest airport fueling systems in the world have been developed on the six bases used by the new trans-Pacific air service. Breeches Budy Reseues Flood Trap Victims At find int ulav viey. i _ _. yooo^, in the rain and that Bob' son, star halfback;' also* cjniU! a slippery field. followers of the Westettt *ci»«io«,»- tatives were cheered with the news that Bobby arayson, AU*Afn#loafl fullback/ despite & sllgM cold which kept him confined to the hotel Sun* day, would be ready to $ay. Almost all trace of hli ailment had vanished when he Worked out With the squad at Brootaside.patk Monday afternoon. Coach Claude (Tiiiy) Thornhill gave the Indian* thelf last' erious workout. James (Monk) Moscrip, end, whose condition has been a question since the team's arrival, showed better form and it seemed certain, he Would start the game with his Injured left cnee in a brace. In a sudden switch of • plans, thi? Mustangs arose early Monday and ook a secret morning workout at Oc* cidental College. It was said Coach Bell drilled them for two hours, with an hour and hah* of dummy scrim* mage. • Rescues after the manner of shipwrecks at sea gave a spectacular touch to the freak flood which took toll of more than a'million dollars and at least flve lives in Houston, Tex., when Buffalo bayou surged over low-lying sections of the downtown area. Here, in the circle, is shown a stranded storekeeper riding a breeches buoy to safety, while several other marooned residents wait their'turn for a lifti Note the height to which the water had risen in the street. Several large buildings were undermined by the flood waters, and one collapsed. •' Borah's Campaign Alarms the G. 0, P. Early Drive for Delegates Points to Deadlock in Convention By BYRON PRICE Chief of Bureau, The Associated Press, Washington. Senator Borah's latest and most convincing gesture toward the Republican presidential nomination leaves Republican plans in a state of much disturbance on the threshold of the fateful year of '36. To many of the old -line Republican leaders, who at this stage control the party organization, Borah's willingness lo run appears to have come as a great surprise. For weeks they had closed their minds to such a possibility. In spite of repealed warning indications to the contrary, they had clung trustingly to their original assumption that the man from Idaho was "just talking again," and never would do what he was threatening to do. The realization that he is in earnest has dawned at a most interesting moment. The movement for a conservative, "sound business" ticket and platform, with industry and finance lined r -,. can victory, had attained almost bandwagon proportions. Republican hope of winning the election on that basis had risen higher than at any time since the defeat of '32. Now all calculations are undergoing revision. Three Salient Facts To understand the situation of the old-line leaders, who aspire to continue throughout 1936 and thereafter their present domination of the party organization, it is necessary to take account of only three salient facts: 1. Borah's pulling power among the rank and file is unquestioned. No one disputes that he can go into the convention with a large bloc of delegates, perhaps with far more delegates than any other candidate. 2. Borah's ideas about monetary "reflation," and his views on various other subjects, are entirely out of joint with those of the old-line leaders and violently out of harmony with the kind of campaign those leaders have been organizing 3. Borah personally, on the basis of his record of independence within the party, has been and continues to bo a thorn in the flesh of those who nominally control the parly. They know what would happen to them if Borah gained control. The sum total of these facts is that THIS CURIOUS WORLD BECAUSE OP THE EARTH'S WABBLING ON ITS AXIS, THE S/GMS OF THE ZOO/AC NO LONGER COINCIDE WITH THE TWELVE. CONSTELLAT/ONS FOR WHICH THEV ARE: NAMEID/ EACH SIGN HAS MOVED BACKWARD 3O DEGREES, INTO THE CONSTELLATION WEST OF IT. ANO TOADS DO NOT CAUSE. FAST SWIMMIN& OCEAN FISH INCREASE THEIR ay MEANS OF JET PROPULSION. EJECTING WATER. ROCKET-LIKE, FROM THEIR OPENINGS. Borah's emergence as a full-fledged candidate forecasts a preconvention struggle of great bitterness, and a major split in the convention itself. Points to Deadlock There is plenty of reason to doubt whether Borah or any one of his experienced friends believes he can be nominated in the face of the determined character and entrenched position of the opposition. He has worded his declaration of purpose very carefully; to prevent domination of the convention by the old crowd, by "monoply," by big business. To this he makes his candidacy incidental. He is willing to give way to any other "liberal." but is out '£o head off those whom he does not regard as "liberal." Ke mentions no names, but that hardly is necessary. Presumably, if he were in favor of any of those now out in front, he would say so. His phil- osohpy points distinctly toward a convention deadlick, holding in its grip ail of the principal candidates, including himself. It is the lesson of political history that when convention deadlocks are broken by compromise, the nomination seldom goes to anyone woh has been a principal party to the deadlock. That, incidentally, is what is beginning to worry some of the friends of Governor Landon. They fear he has emerged too soon out of the "dark horse" class. Incidentaly, too, that gives fresh hope to the admi.rers of the, one pjrqrn- ;ineritlyimeritio«cd -Republican"" who seems to have succeeded thus far in staying a "dark horse"—Senator Vandenberg. When the convention is over, it may be found that Vandenberg's Michigan friends have played the wisest game of all by refusing to seek delegates or even to commit their own delegation to their "favorite son." Muddy Field for New Year's Game Stanford Heavier, But S M. U. Can Throw Passes Even in Rain PASADENA, Calif. — (JP)— Southern Methodist and Stanford football players faced a prospect of muddy fiek for their game at the Rose Bowl New Year's day. There was considerabmle conjecturi as to how a slow field would affect the two teams, and even more consternation among ticket scalpers who had hoped to clean up. Opinion prevailed that Stanford with its ponderous line and a team 11 pounds to the man heavier .than the Mustangs, would gain the advantage in case of rain— • since Soach Matty Bell's team depends on passes and fast breaking running plays. On the other hand, the invading An old theory exploded by develop- t oyuf^ 1 Oft ~ (ML- HI- LUbe Oil „....„,*<.../«. Pfco«* 370 *k . 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Developed by Vicks* Chemists and Medical Staff; tested in extensive clinics by practicing physicians—further proved.in everyday home use by millions. The Plan is fully explained in each Vicks package. : JL. Vicks Open House: with C ,. • * Monday 9:30 P. M. (B.'.«I T.) Overt]"/Million Vich Aids Used Yearly for Better Control of Cc He Still Makes (Continued from page one) wns discovered that long barrels made them more accurate. But these were large bore weapons. This type of arm became known as the 'Pennsylvania rifle.' Take this one"--he picked up a heavy monster with a barrel you could stick your thumb in—"that gun belonged to Kit Carson. But Kit wouldn't use it because it was large bore. Virginia and Kentucky gunsmiths made small bore rifles for the first time. They were the most accurate made until then . . . and the most accurate made until now." The pioneers preferred the small bore because there was less powder and ball to carry, and because a miss meant time wasted, and possibly a dead pioneer if the target missed was an Indian or a bear. The small bore, straight shooter acquired Kentucky's name along with other characteristics. Wilderness men taught the British the art of shooting in many frontier skirmishes. Some of these pioneers were captured and astonished their captors with marksmanship. A record of the time recounts that some were taken to England, where they dazzled the cabinet and the royal family with an exhibition in which they lay on their backs and put bullets through potatoes thrown into the air. Minister Gets Old English Bible ATLANTA, Gu.—(/P)—A 222-year- old English Bible was given to the Rev. J. S. Green, negro minister here, by Miss Sarah Topp of London, descendant o£ the original purchaser of the book. Greetings 1936 May Your New Year Be a HAPPY ONE THE GIFT SHOP (MM.., Keep Your Pantry TWy DiicatxJ Paper Bags and Badcatal WHUE THEY LAST! This btouliful bin (lands 20'' J inches high ant) has 3 roomy eampartmenh lo hold a largo supply of frulls and vegetables • $1.0O Vatoe 0»/K OM I* « C«tta»« HOPE HARDWARES) WANTED-HEADING BOLTS White Oak—Whisky and Oil graUe. Ovcrctip, Post Oak and Red Oak. Round Swcot Gum Blocks. For prices nnd specifications, See HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark. CAR GLASS CUT AND GROUND TO FIT ANY CAB BRYAN'S Used Parts 411 South Laurel Street 1 Sullivan Const Co, = iiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiimiiiiiiimi Start the New Year RIGHT By getting these Special Sick Room Values at Cox's $j.OO 25c $j.OO $1.98 59c John P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps Sterno Vaporizer for the Croup. Complete with can of Sterno and Stove Albatum—the stainless white salve for colds and sore chests. Large Size Jar B-D—One Minute Clinical Fever Thermometer—Each — Electric Heating Pads—large size in assorted colors. Made of soft downy wool.... Taylor Weather Thermometers. OC* Very accurate 4ii9v to To All We Wish Health and Prosperity for 1936 With every sincerity we extend greetings to our friends and members for the New Year. May it be a year filled with joy and happiness for you all.' Herndon - Cornelius BURIAL ASSOCIATION ; R. V. Herndon T. S. Cornelius We Thank You- We are especially happy to have this oppor» tunity to extend our greetingss for the coming year to each of out 1 friends and customers, We have enjoyed the privilege of serving yoti and we hope that these pleasant relationshipe may continue during 1936. In the new year we will strive to merit your good will by maintaining our same high stand* ards of quality workmanship and personalized service for which we have always been known. J, L. Green A. L. Reyneraon W. F. J»roes Mrs. Faye James Collm Bailey Bernard J. L GREEN CUANWG AND PHE3SJNG Phone m "We Ram* How 11

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