Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 2, 1936 · Page 3
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'' V % ; " t^Kffff '^"i' • '"'(.,• ^i^Cfl January 2, 1936 Why jrreot the Now Yonr, It it is to bo A copy of <he years that went before— A tale of wrongs unrigluetl, that nrc jLJnjiilncd nnd kongs unsung, of victory That infirm hands let slip, ol chil- t dren's lenrs Thnl no one tried to dry? How dare we write Another pnpe, nnlcKs it set nlight A beacon for the marchers down (he ycnrs? Now, by our vision of o brinhler dny, Our hope of dnwn In everlasting night, Let this year see lis farther on the way Thnt winds through darkness to the um-crowncd-hclfiht Where filcnins a shining city. Ah. be bold— And make the Ney Ycnr bolter than the old!—Bruce Cation, Willis Smith has returned to State Teachers College in Conwny, nfter n holiday vncntion with his parents, pi. nnd Mrs. TJon Smith. Mrs. O. A. Graves has returned from a /ew days slay in San Antonio, Texas. •^""""Seorge W. Robbon left Wednesday for Austin, Texos, where he will resume his studies in the State Univer- ijity. nfter .spending Die Christinas holidays with his mother, Mrs. Gooruo W. RfcbLson. No, No, NO! Don't Say Romance Indianapolis, Ind., nrc holiday guests of Miss Anna Wagner at the home of Mrs. C. A. Bridewell. Lieut. H. J. Lemley, Jr., htis returned to Fort Sum Jlouston, Snn Antonio, Texas, after a Christinas vncntion with his parents, Mr 1 , and Mrs. Harry J, Lwnley. , Miss Elizabeth Bridewell was the Wednesday guest of Mrs. C. E. Bell nnd Miss Margaret Bell In Texnrknnn. ( Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Lester were hosts on Wednesday evening at n very delightful three course turkey dinner nt their home on North Louisiana street. The guests were the employees of the Lester store in f'ulton. A red and green color scheme beautifully developed the Christmas motif in the decorations. The dining (able held for its central adornment tin exqimito center piece of Nnndinas, encircled with crimson tapers burning In silver candelabra. Covers we're laid for Mr. ami Mrs. Ben Wilson, Miss Dernmn Seymour, Miss Ina Lognn, James Purdue, Chas. Rowland Jr., Lex Motcn all of Fulton and Mrs. E. E. White. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Lester pnd Edward Lester. Mi. and Mrs. J. O. Milam and dnuKhtcr, Eva Joan have returned , liotn a holiday visit with relatives in Mrs. Eichels nnd little grandson of j Oklahoma and Diillns and Fort Worth. Greetings 1936 May Your New Year Be a HAI'I'V ONK THE GIFT SHOP (Mrs. C. I'. Holland Ronald Coliran in "A TALE OK TWO CITIES" comes Sunday at 2 & 9 p. m. and Monday nite only at 8 p. m. XUERUHl N ! Will) Mrs. J. A. Henry as leader, the j Buy View Rending club opened the | New Year's study on Wednesday tif- 1 lornoon at the home of Mrs. Sieve | Cnrrigan Jr., on West Avenue B. The I Christmas motif prevailed In the dec- j orations of the Cnrrigan home nnd i added cheer to the occasion. The meel- i inn was called to order by the club | president, Mrs. E. E. While, and the roll call responses were cither a quo- Stanford Defeats Spurns Man Won Just out for Q busmau's holiday, here ore two of Flickcrland's brightest lights as they left n Los Angeles movie theater together— Mnrlene Dietrich, glamorous star, nnd John Gilbert, romantic load- Ing man. Marleno vvns coy about bt.'lng photographed, probably for fear that her appearance witti John would start the Inevitable Molly- wood romance rumors, bin grabbed for lier Uat just tuo late to toil the cameraman. We recommend it highly! . , . C( , warm , , old f ,. icnlls . FREDRK MARCH MERU HWriTMARSHW 'DORK (EEL tntion from a writer of the period or K;l , ],(.,. Cccr/'e F. X. Slrassncr at the an item of interest (-f the period. The , l(umi of )h( , m . i( i c - s parents on West | First National Period of American Lit- . ivt . mlc B j oraliire from 1800-18-10 was introduc- i ' ' ____ & _ , j ed hy Mrs. Henry giving a most com- Almmg (hc |, omt , C omer.s for Christ- r.rchinsive outline of the Progress uf m . )S w(i no(( , C( , cjl Pill . kcr , formerly of Style as American Literature passed H nQw ()f Phoeriix . Ari z., W h 0 is fro mthe Revolutionary Period into , . C( , warm , I the First National, when Washington ! li-vins headed what was called "Tine T , u , Ccmctcry ;uss oci,-ilion will meet ; Knickerbocker School of Writers Kri(l . iv .,f tcrnoon .,t 3 o'clock at the | .such as James Fcnimorc Cooper, Jo- , ' of Ml , s E s . Greening. ! scph Rodman Drake, Fitz-Grccn Hal- , _ o _ i kck and William CuJlen Bryant and Ml . ; . j A D . wi _ s is spcn dj ne the others of less note, thus l»»king in chri ,,.„„.,,, holidays with relatives in , .^ki-ichcf and descriptions, the novel Phoonix Ari7 . > w },crc on December : nnd M)ine of our most beautiful poems. 2? ^ c had lh( , plcasure O f attend i Mrs Arch Moore told of the beatiti- fl Cllk ,, )ration O f t ] K - fiftieth wedding fill friendship that existed between nnnivci . Kar y () f her parents, Mr. and the pools Ilallcek nnd Drake, naming Mrs G( , o Hinlon , formerly of this their masterpieces. Dr. Etta Champlm cj ' discussLd some of the poems of Wil- ' _ n __ liam Cullcn Bryant, reading extracts The Ho))( , clr ,ral club will meet Fri- i from two of his most beautiful ones, •To a Waterfowl," and "Thanatopsis," llui* bringing out the fact that Bry H ,,,. vev Mrcc ' t . ' Hay afternoon at Iwo o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. M. LaGrone North new music. Mi.sM-.s Callic and Sue Wesson en- . , ••„•- , i ,., n , • H-.-IV..V .^,.^u. *..,. director urges an- s faml did not depend like Drake s , M mcm bcrs be present with nil and Hnllwk's U|)on n single poem or n few lyrics, because il was the reward of n long nnd complete literary cureu, marked by n scries of poems u , rtilincll al n beautifully appointed of excellence, thai grow more beau- (lmm , r on Molldny evening at their (iful n.s time passes. Mrs. W. W. John- hom( , RU Smi , h E , m strcct _ CovcrK son told the poems of Edgar Allen Poe, ^.^ ,. ij(| f()] . Mrs Tcf , Houk , |1K , dlj |. whose populnnty as a poet begun with f]r( p Bj]]y Bob an( , p oUy Ann of "The Haven," which is to the general ,-,,„..,„, Q Ma Mr _ nlK ] Mrs . R. C. reader, Ihe one poem that Poe wrote. w , k(M . .„„, chi i,i,-cn, Barbara Sue and even if it is n pown of despair, This i usually interesting study was closed i with Mrs. Minor Gordon reading Poe's | "Annabel Lee." Following the program the hostess served a delightful Christmas ice followed by hot coffee. Bobby. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Beaty and son. Ralph Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Beaty and daughter of Emmet. Hope Chapter No. 328 O. E. S. will "G" Men Score in 1935's Crime War T. C. U. Noses Out L. S. U. by 3 to 2 in Game at New Orleans By (he Associated Press Stanford's surprising 7-lo-0 victory over a strongly' favored Southern Methodist team in the annual Rose Bowl game before 85,000 fans furnished the high spot of a New Year's day football program which included more post-season "bowl" games than ever before. The Indians, smothering the famous Mustang passing attack, scored in the i first period When Bill Paulman, soph-! omore quarterback, slashed off tackle from the two-yard line lo cross the goal. The West got only an even break for the day n.s every section shared in the honors. In the annual all-tar charity game at San Francisco the East ! gathered speed in the final quarter j after John Sylvester of Rice had kicked n field goal for the West, and won ! n 19-to-S triumph before nearly 60,000 | T8he Easterners, seized the breaks and i intercepted passes to score three times. j Texas Christian, runner-up to ; Southern Methodist in the Southwest j Conference, turned back Louisiana | Slate, Southeastern Conference title- i holder. 3 lo' 2, before 35,000 at the I Sugar Bow! in New Orleans as rain kept both teams from flashing their aerial attacks. Catholic University of Washington piled up an early lead then stood off the last quarter rallies of Mississippi lo win the second "Orange. Bowl" game at Miami, 20 to 19, before 10,000. The "Sun Bowl" game nl El Paso, Texas, saw Hardin Simmons of Abilene. Texas, and the New Mexico Ag- gies play a 14-14 tic. The Detroit Lions, National Profcs- Monal League champions, whipped an all-star team from the same circuil, 3.1 to 0, at Denver. A scholastic interscctional game brought Hillsborough High School of Tampa, Fla., a 7-lo-6 triumph over (he New York Free Academy of Utica, N. Y.. in a charity game at Tampa. Silver Countries Weyerhaeuser Case Onlyj Major Kidnaping Reported for Year By HERBERT YAlfRAES Associated Press Staff Writer "G-men" and gunmen wiped out most of the old crop of public enemies during 1935. John Smith read the crime headlines ol the year with a growing feeling of security ns peace officers "mopped up," leaving only three major criminals of the old order on the "wanted tin." i of appeals and the United Slates SU- (Continued from page Wie) rcncy bloc,' 1 Thomas told! men, adding: "We could lend those CoflnWes gold or silver, fix up a stabilization arrangement and then Great Britain would have to come oUr way." Morgonthau and SaUrez have been conferring since Monday. Word here is that Mexico, worried by market 'luctuations, wants the United States f to boost the price of silver to higher i levels. j The 15-cent drop in the price Since the United Stales ceased making pur- I chases in Ihe chief world markets har j resulted,- officials said .privately, ih i apprehension for welfare of the Mex) ican miner and the Mexican monetary I system. j In Mexico, largest silver producing ; country, silver was nationalized fol- j lowing enactment of the American silver purchase act of 1934 which cm- I powered the United Stales Treasury to buy the metal either until the price reached $L29 an ounce or one-fourth i of the country's total monetary stocks I were in silver. i ' went to St. Louis Saturday with a load of cattle. Mrs. Zanie Jones and children of Longview returned home Friday after spending a few days of last weet here. They were accompanied homf by Allen Johnson who went on business, returning home Saturday night Messrs Porterfield and Grain were Monday visitors lo Hope. court. Reminders Of DilUngcr j In August the body of John Dillinger's lieutenant, John Hamilton, was' found in a shallow grave near Oswego. 111. Government agents theorized he had been fatally wounded Bulgaria devoted 17,000 acres to cultivation of roses in 1934. Centerville Mr. and Mrs. LuthW Bright" family who hav* b«& w«ft "' r*turiied hbtee a few'dftjte Q. L. " 3 few day* with 1. L, family last week Mrs Clare Diverts who tut* ,t very ill is slowly improving. The dance given by Mrs, i torn Christmas eve night « well attended and everyone a nice time. We are very sorry to have Wf> Mrs. Olen Bennett move fr^trf Community. We wish theto much Jiif»Cj >iness in their new home, <-, „ '~'~ Mrs. Ruvel Bright called on mother, Mrs. Andy MeEtroy and i }y last Thursday afternoon. Miss Vera and Guynell who have been visiting their . Mrs. Fred Buie and Mr. Btlie of '. lott, returned home Thursday, GAR GLASS? CUT AND GROUND fO Ftt AN* CAE T BRYAN'S Used Parti' 411 South Laurel Street NEW DAMP w< NfUON-HUCKIN? LAUNDrVY COMPANY HALF-PRICE SALE ON BEAUTIFUL Love won nt the cost of another woman's life bas been spurned by Josephine Garden,.above. 18- >;enr-old Chicago high school student, and James Haydeo. 23, below, baa lost both tbe mother ol' &i? IS-tnoutli-old baby and when he and his chief shot it cut with [ the girl blamed for wrecking officers in Minnesota a year ago. A month later, the "women in red," Mrs. Anna Sage, found a deportation order by alleging she had been promised a stay in return for her belrayal of Dillingcr. The year saw the end of one "American tragedy" case, the beginning of another. Robert Edwards was elec- in May, in Pennsylvania, for thelr homo. Mrs. Haydeo shot Uerseir after calling the pair to her borne and demanding that her husband choose between them, Mayden chose Miss Carden, wbo at first said she .would, wed Him at once, tben said she was tired of him. chair in Texas. • *ti ' r • 11 UtUlUl I Hi i»*« J i **• * uii*»^>j »»«»»»*•)*«• in a blaze of, ( , le niurder of Frcda McKechnie. In Martin of Houston, Texas, spent the ' ' Sherman was holiday with homefolks. Mrs. W. L. Garner is spending a ccniple of weeks with her daughter Mrs. Tom Clark and family at Prescott. •F. J. Hill made a business trip to Little Rock Monday returning home machine gun bullets'from department .. M Ncwcll p of justice nficnts, in Florida. Trapijcd •. rf ~{' d V Massachusetts lake. Her with him and killed during the six-, fa , , , f murdcr , appcal . hour baltle was "Ma Barker, no „,, model for Mother's clay. Raymond Hamilton, ace bad man of the southwest, died in Ihe electric ed. Other Cases Other cases that engaged John Smith's attention included the gruc- its regular meeting Thursday Dutch Si-liiill/. Killed Walter Legenza and Robert Mais, murderer.", uscaped convicts, mem- ! some,mutilation murder of Walter J.. Tuesday night. ! Bauer, kidnaped in Ann Arbor, Mich.. | Mrs. Henry Martin, Mrs. Jack Huck- i-horlly after his marriage; Iho kill- abcc and Fred Yocom accompanied ing of Mrs. John Crempa as a cli- James Martin to Blcvins Monday night max to the long discord between her when )ic carried his sister, Clyde, of the tri-statc gang, died in the | family and the Public Service Cor- back to her school, electric chair, Virginia. j poral'ion of New Jersey; the arsenic Mrs. Everett Momcn spent a few Dutch Schultz (Arthur Flegenhcim-; poison dcalh of Mrs. Everelt C. Ap- days of last week with her mother, erl, ex-New York beer baron and j plegate, New York; the conviction of Mrs. Lan Anderson, racketeer, died in a Newark hospital j Edith Maxwell, Virginia hill girl, for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith spcn' m 11S lv .. Klll(ll ,„,.-,-„..(, . ........... j , , A very plea.sing feature of the after- . . , ( j (nc M . ISC)I) J C },oll nt 7:30. In- nflcr a splatter of gunmen's bullets. | slaying her father, Irigg, with a shoo Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. ' ' ' — J **— " ------ T i " 1 ' 1 " f T ll —- ( - " ; " noon was the rending of New Year ll . ))1 . l|j ' im (lf _ . , i i ^ 1(1 J I.I 1 IU1J V'» Vlllivv.!*^ * •'• iit«- ^.nk.-1-.-r, prophecies. Guests other than club , r win t;ikc p i ;icl .. A full attendance ; the brief gang bnltle. member.*, were »*— "* " "•-••'—• • ...«.«,. for the ensuing Three of his henchmen also died in '• when he attempted to punish her. Mrs. M, H. Burlow, Mrs. Alice McMath, Mrs. J. T. We.sl West and Mrs. Minor Gordon. Mrs. W. R. Chandler has returned is desired. from L-.nRview, Texas, where she j _ sc .,j 1 j 1 . ic .spent Christmas with her son, Roy ' , . Cotton and Mrs. Cotton. '" C C ' k John Paul Chase, buddy of the late i "Baby Face" Nelson, got life for l'ie Mr and Mrs. Murph Hanson an- ! killing of a "G-man," several mem- nciince the arrival of a son, Henry j bers of the Barker-Karpis gang went V-'-n born luesdnv December 31, at : to prison, various underworld small ' * , . t _ _ ..'11._•__**..._•**_.1__ _..!.„* Mi. and Mrs. W. L. Patterson an- notiiK-c Ihe inurriugc of Iheir daughter. Catherine Le Brun to Doyle Everett Hooks -.if Boughton. The ceremony was read on Sunday evening by hospital, nicely. Mother and son Churchmen Urged (Ciinilnued from page one) 'f j i 4r SEND THEM Back to School IN DUGGAR'S Sportswear Brown chevron demi- suede with peasant tongue. Illustrated at Left All black calf with patent leather stitching Illustrated Bt'low Maronna Brown calf with brown patent ftitching Illustrated Ik-low 1 and some moans of limiting its devas , tnli:m, mankind must discover or suf- I ' (or a progressive deterioration which . ", will lead America again into the gulf i 'J,,^' ol h;nT>;irism." - j "Regardless of colorful advertising and shrewd propaganda, and misleading statements, after every attempt t fry, especially in New York, were shot, itabbcd, strangled or burned to death. | The year-end found Alvin Karpis, j "Public Enemy No. 1," virtually the only former big shot gangster still at ' large. He's wanted for the kidnaping : of Edward G. Bremer, the murder of : a Missouri sheriff, many robberies. j Also widely sought were Thomas Robinson, Jr., and William Muhiin, im- in kidnapings. Robinson, L'!udcd capture for more than wanted for the abduction of V. Stoll in Louisville. Single Kig Kidnaping Mahan is charged with having cn- fineercd 19,'i.Vs only major snatch. gain re.-'pcHnbilUy; regardless of j George Wc.verhaeu.ser, 3, was abducted where ami how sold, or who drinks ; in Taeoma. Wash., late in May, rclens- il of where and when, liquor is the j ed eight days later 25 miles from his snme -.Id mocker, deceiver, enemy and | home. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Wnley destroyer. "Liquor is the foe of the home, the children, the youth, womanhood, so- health, morals, laws, happiness scon were caught in Utah. Waley pleaded guilty, was sentenced less than a month after the crime to -15 years. Mrs. Waley, not permitted to plead and the soul itself." Guilty, was tried, given 20 years. Reviewing national prohibition, Dr. i While John Smith read about, only Euzor said "the forces of righteous- j '- 11 ; 0 , hig new kidnaping, as compared All blue buck with white saddle and stitching Illustrated ut Left All brown buck with white saddle and stitching Illustrated ut Left 3.45 DUGGAR'S Star Brand Shoe Store 111 W. Second St. ness in this country appealed lo Ccasir and because of the strength "f our appeal, Ceasar gave us a law. then we retired to oxu' tents to shout and left the. whole mutter in Caesar's hands. "Tin: results were insufficient law enforcement, vicious propaganda, crime and bootlegging, collapse nnd repeal. Now we must go back and begin all over again—back to the fireside—back to the individual, begin again with a long program of eclucu- , lion and once more a route the eon- | sciences of n sleeping people." j Green Laseter night, and Thursday with Mrs. Sam England. Mr. und Mrs. Kay Cumbie of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cumbie Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ross and family spent Wednesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cumbie. Mrs. E. F. Simmons was the- Friday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey had as Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Norvile White and cihldren of Mau- iiolin und Mr .and Mrs. Leonard White of Hainesville. I Mrs. J. T. Cumbie Jr.. und daughter Carol, and Mrs. Susan Wolf were Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs. J. I T. Cumbie Sr. Spring Hill nnd Mrs. Huron Light of Liberty Hill. Add Turner and Stafford Soolcr Dresses & Coats Ladies' Specialty Shop \ BARTON'S GASH STORE SPECIALS FOR FRI., SAT. AND MON. LARD SWIFT JEWEL Pound Carton SUGAR Lbs < MEAL PURE CREAM Lbs PICKLES LIBBY'S 22 -ounces MATCHES Per Box LUZIANNE COFFEE Pound Can t'>~S. Miss Clyde Martin of Blevins spent the holidays with home folks and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross and mother, Mrs. Mary Yocom of near DeAnn and Mrs. Ola Smith and children of Waido visited with Mr. and Mrs. Toinjp Yocom recently. . We regret very much lo lose from g our community a good citizen and friend Ed Collins, whose death Sunday was a shock to nil. He was sick for only ;> short lime. He was a v member of the .school board and will be missed by all. Alvin Robertson and family took Christmas dinner with her sister Mrs. Archa iind fqmily of Hope. James Martin and family and Virgil with three in 193-1 and almost a dozen in 1933, the shadow of the Lindbergh case again fell large across the year. Convicted in February, in Ihe i ytnr's most spectacular trial, of the J kidnap-nuirdcr of the Lindbergh baby, ; Bruno Richard Hauplman was sent- i imccd to die in March, appealed unsuccessfully to the New Jersey court ; COMMON OLD ITCH Is Still With Us Prescription No. 200,000 will cure it. It kills the parasites in the skin. 50c JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Phone 63 Hope, Ark. Established 1885 Start the New Year RIGHT By getting these Special Sick Room Values at Cox's $|.00 25c $4.00 $-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.... Aibatum—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. 4IC* Very accurate «• to Tomorrow at 8:30 (Friday, January 3) Best Assortment in Months Hundreds of Yards of Splendid Quality Fabrics in all the Important Colors and Designs We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store Geo. W. Robison & Co. HOPE PRESCOTT NASHVILLE

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