Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 3, 1936 · Page 3
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ffridflfoJanuary 3, 193(J HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS »,.8id Henry Telephone 821 A Thought For the New Year ytWlth the grains of Ihoup.hl seed Win the soil of Iho mind, 'I We nrt> sowing mid sowing ' Through the years of our lime. Each seed that is planted Brings forth of Its kind. Whether grown in Die ground Or sown in the mind. The wheat and the corn, Thc oats and the rye, The Love and the Hate, All return by and by. Neither thorn bush nor thistle Ever turns to n rose. Tho good or the Evil Comes bnck Ifke it goes. Whether corn seed or kind .seed— The law's just the same; Th*y multiply always And we reap true to name. Sow a thought, renp an act; Sow an act, reap a habit; S.OW n habit, reap a characler; Sow a characler. reap a destiny. ."Selected. Dr. and Mrs? W. C. Davidson. win spent Christmas wtek wilh their daughter, Mrs. John P. VYscy and Mr Vescy have returned to their borne in Arkndclphin. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Surrall am Mrs. Ethel Gunter and daughter Dorothy hnvc returned from a holidaj visit with Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Lamon in Fort Smith. Mrs. James L. Jamison liar- return- •I from n holiday visit with relatives n Little Hock. Mrs. John F J . Ve.M>y and her hrolh- i. Chapman Davidsnn of Hugo. Okla.. ire I'.ucst* ( if (heir parents. Dr. and Mis \V. C. Davidson in Arkadelphia. The Pal Clrburne chapter IT. D. C. j ii"ld its January meeting on Thurs- j lay afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. j S. Greening! on East Second street i with Mrs. W. W. Duckolt. Mrs. J. W.l Strickland and Miss Maggie Bell as' Micbiie hostcr-scw. The Greening homi> was bright with polled plants and Yule tide reminders and despile' the gloom afternoon n splendid membership responded to the roll call. Tin 1 meeting was opened by tho president, Mrs. Edgar Brian! and following the chapter song and ritual the minutes of the previous meetini; were read by (lie f.i-cretnry, Mrs. H. C. Whitworth. after j which the program leader Mrs. C. S.' Lowthorp gave a short sketch of thtf Lives of Lee. Jackson and Maurey. dwelling on the life of Stonewall Jackson. Mrs. George Spiagins told of the Restoration of Stratford. Mrs. Diclt Watkios favored thc meeting with two beautiful vocal .••elections. Knllowing the program the ho.stessi.-s st.'ived hot tea with cookies and sall- < d mils. New Deal Losing 3 to 2 in Digest Total of 1,870,774 Magazine Ballots Tabulated From All -18 States NT Mrs. George Spragins has returned j from ;i holiday visit with relatives and Irirnds in Little Hock. SUQKKIL ENDING Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Williams hud a.s Wednesday I'ui-sl. L. H. Loving, en- loute to his home in Corpus Christie, 'Irxiis. from St. Louis. Mo. Frank Lowthorp lias returned from a holiday visit wilh Mrs. Lowthorii and little syn, Jim Ge.rin in Clarkcs- ville. Aik. Tin 1 nation at large voles slightly over 3 to 2 against the New Deal m The Literary Digest poll, according to (he latest tabulation which includes returns from all forty-eight states for IMP first time. The total of 1,370,77-1 ballots tallied an the question; "Do you now approve the acts and policies of the Rrosevclt New Deal to date''" shows 541,845 "yew" votes, or 39.53 per cent. to 828.929 "no" votes, or (10,47 per cent. The present percentage of the balloting against tlie New Deal compares with 58.51 of last week's returns, an increase of 1.96 points adverse to the New Deal. The current issue of The Literary Digest in which the latest poll .statistics appear, states that thirty-six states are registering majorities against the Administration's policies. The twelve stales which are votim; in support of Roosevelt's policies include Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia. Kentucky. Louisiana, Mississippi. North Carolina, South Carolina. Tcn- ijetsee, Texas, Utah and Virginia, all of which except Utah are southern or border states. ''The current tabulation has added interest because it contains preliminary reports from the last .seven states to be heard from including several large ones; New York. Pennslyvania. New Jersey, Vermont, Maine, Delaware and Nevada." says the Digest. "New York's first M.680 show an unfavorable percentage i-f t'l.VIKI. while Penn.'-ylvania's 101,381 ballots are C8.G3 per cent aainst the New Deal. "New Jersey this week easts only 10.060 votes; the unfavorable percentage is 71.'JO. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hi Ills I'lirllp, Paslor Sunday .school meets at 10 o'clock r.-ahc Sunday morning and evening . each Sunday morning. Morning and '• evening Cervices every second und j fourth Sunday. ! New Record Mark for Auto Deaths Extern States Reduce Fatalities—Southern Record Is Worse CHICAGO—I/I')—Motor vobicle fa- mnn joimim.v. ; t:;liticK reached ii new all-time high Our Young People's Training course | of approximalely 36.400 in 1935. the Weekly Sunday School Lesson has started a new quarter and we lire wanting many more new members. A MOTHER'S SONG Text: Luke 1:46158 The International Uniform Sunday School lx>s<ton for January !i. 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting starts at 7:30 Wednesday evening. A cordial invitation I and a heai ly welcome awaits all. By WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance The New Testament centers in its National Saft-ty Council reported sl " r >' nboul Josus Christ. His leach- Thur.sd'w nighl '"''" ' S misslon lo 1he worlc! The organization's final tabulations Hi is the one dominating figure that showed Hn increase in automobile ac- '""«* '" " s I"*'*- a " c ""-should cidonl deaths of about one per cent h"™ ha <* "« . Gos ' ) f ls wllh ° u Hlm ', over the previous rtcord of 30,101 in | But both the historic facts of the 1 record and the glimpses thut we have the mother of the King o£ King* artd the Prince of Peace. She shared the sacrifice life and death of her Son; she gave to the wofld the witness of a beautiful orid noble motherhood. | It is no accident that wherever the name of Mary is known, the place of the mother is honored. There has been no contrast greater in history than in the position of women where the Christian faith has triumphed and her position in lands and timeB where the Christian Gospel, and the Judaism out of which it came, have been unknown. Ladies Auxilitiry meets Monday al ; showed an increase in automobile ac- Bui the council siid (tint due to tho ineiease in the nation's population the FIHST CHURCH at the NA/AKENE death rate per 100,000 ^ was about .111 South Elm street Rtv. W. Paul Hodge, Pastor Rev. Holland London, the District Superintendent of the Arkansas District of the Church of the Nazarene •vill preach lit the First Church of the Xnzarene. 511 South Kim .street, at 7 p m. Saturday. January -1. The public is cordially invited at hear Bro. London. Hcv. London is a young man with wide experience. He has preached in every .vtnle state in the unioM. and just ! recently returned from a trip to the I llolv Land. into the soul of Mary, the mother of Jesus, make us wish that we might, knew more concerning her. Why was clrjsen among women for that same as in 1934-^8..) It also conclud- | )oriou .. molher h ()0 d? Was she merely cd that the number of miles a motorist. -. _,..,„. „, ,, „ „.._;„„ of t h n t di- was able to travel without accident had increased because automobile reg- islralion advanced 4..'! per cent and u.-'.soline consumption went up fi per K ,,„. * . , , ' . .lliooic ii niiviur: cent over 19.14 in contrast to a rise of, Fortut ,, lUb% wc hnvc enough ...- medium of the coming of that divine life into the world, or was she by faith and character fitted to be the mother of so gracious a child and so rnly one per cent in fatalities. Had crashes kept pace with the expansion in motoring, it calculated, the 1935 death roster would have ranged between 37.500 and 38.000. the record to answer this question; and much of the answer comes in this mother's song whcih is the theme of ou rlesson, Sunday school 10 a. m. worship 11 a. m. Junior Reserve 7 p. calculations. •-• --- , i When shepherds and wise men came Recent reports from slate motor ve- | {<> Bcth , chem hnili tho babo to hide commissioners particularly m BBthlehcm h . li)ing llu , babe to whom ,he South, sent 1935 igures beyond, «.,.„ shp ^^ th( | the 1934 peak and over (he .55.500 tnalk I ^ ny of tjle chikl; , jul her hear( wa , full of wonderment. There must have Morning estimated for last year in preliminary . . m. Kvening service 7:30 p. m. Prayc-r inettiiiK Wednesday 7:30 p. m. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE Bert Wtlih. Pastor . . states, including New England. made the best showing in 1935 by reducing fatal accidents 3 per cent. for Baby's Cold '-^ - '' Proved best by l^d generations Of mothci IVB There mny be as many as 21,000,000,- j 000,000 living .soil bacteria in a double i handful of mellow garden compost. Greetings 1936 May Your New Year Be a HAPPY ONE THE GIFT SHOP (Mw. C. P. Holland HALF-PRICE SALE ON BEAUTIFUL & ^0fete Coats Ladies' Specialty Shop . been a strange mingling of home ant motherly feeling with thc sense of the world destiny of her child, and a •• . , - ", r ?,"V i shrinking from thc day when He There was an '"crtusc of one ha of , (rom ^ hfjmc an( , fam . one per cent m the Midwest. South-1 * ...... . missio _ which ern sates had an average advance of 3 >s all '"''' cenli This was three times the t I pel CCJIl. ini^ vni.-> iiiitji. iiuii,.-> n.^ A special feature of Iho services dl nation;il . wt , r;l| , c bu( ( , le South ,, nd , SATURDAY HERE'S tho New Year's ; first smashing i double program that we know you i can't lx>at for 25c. ! iriCURUJOODJ RED BLOOD of COURAGE Kermii Illo jjndrd;; Chapter No. 2 Tills looks like it's going to be a "peach" "The Call of the SAVAGE' BETTE ; 'DBVj,^,ft:@' 5PECIBL BCEHT wi.h GEORGE BRENT .OHlRS Mr. and Mrs. frank Hearne have had as holiday guests. Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Edwards and children of Little Hock and Mrs. S. E. Bair of Texar-, kana. Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Trone and sons Pole and Dick have been c.uesls of Rev T rone's sister, Mrs. L. W. Young and Mr. Young, enr.oute lo (heir home in Carrolton. Texas, from attending the Yeiing Peoples' Conference, con- veuim.' in Memphis. Tenn., last week, end. ' • I The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mark's Episcopal church will meet Monday afternoon at .'! o'clock, al the home of Mis.s Maggie Bell on South Main street. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Ru.'.him; an- ', nouiu-e the birlh of a baby hoy. llonl anuary 2. He has been chri.st.encd Hugh Carrell. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louie Carter announce (he birth of a baby boy. born Friday, January 3. SUNDAY MONDAY 3 Shows Only tf J RONALD »LR A TALE Off ilWO CIIBIS SUN. al / Mon-Nlte 2 & 9 / 8 p. m. CHAPPED SKIN ,, To quickly roll«vo .. //chapping and rou^hnes«,V apply «oolhin(|, \ cooling Menlliolntum. Seventh Report Literary Digest New Deal Poll From The Literary Digest. Co January 4. 1930. r u> sf '••=• £ '« ? = Have you Irlctl the HEW MENTHOUTUM LIQUID for hcnil colJn ? I.llic Meiilholalum ointment il l>rlii)!& ftoolhin)) comfort PHONE ONIONS 5 Pounds CELERY Bunch CRACKERS 2 Lb. Box U. S. No. 1 Red Potatoes, 10 Ib PEAS EARLY JUNE No. Two Can TOI9ATOES Cans Stale > •: Alabama . Am;ma Arkansas California Colorado Conneeticiit Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho lllicnis • Indiana Iowa ... Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine . Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada . New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota . Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington We.-.t Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Totals 7.121 1170 . li.123 SLSIM K.7IM 7.270 1.106 5,S98 .11,407 1.93!) 48,008 23,162 16,902 10.9S(i 13,188 6.05G 2.874 6,!). r )2 10.546 17,53) . .17,320 . 4.866 27,502 2.481 10,272 487 1,928 4.503 1.039 17.586 9,!)H1 2,867 :!7,708 10,892 5,131 31.806 2.103 .. 3.700 3.887 13,741 . 25,438 3,124 1.781! 9.803 . 10.125 .. fi,585 13.03(1 . 1,155 541.845 3.447 1.309 3.359 69.642 12,780 18.563 2.120 5.540 5.534 3.190 91.618 33,969 23,537 22,783 8,898 4.202 11.428 13.588 42,399 37.062 30.361 1.812 36,606 3,420 15.424 672 6.879 11.557 1.205 33,094 5,409 4,176 06,582 11,937 U.952 69.575 0.962 1,578 6,910 7,782 16.437 2.043 5.401 8.844 16.909 9,154 23,278 1.760 8215.929 boost ol 8 per cent in gasoline consumption. FultonBoy Held (Continued from page one) offered thc check for payment. Sherman will be give na prelim- hearing before Municipal Judge the Gospel Tabernacle at all the meetings on Sunday will be the singing of Mr and Mrs. J. P. Williamson of Oklahoma City. These young people ;ne radio artists and musicians of unusual ability and we feel that wc are i very fortunate to have them for this jme. Mi. Williamson has recently ,ecn connected with stations at Little -trek and Dallas and before their ••econl marriage his wife was conned- j chase^ »,^^ amoun^of jKOods and ed wilh an Oklahoma City station. Sundav school will meet promptly •il !!-.lfi Sunday morning. Classes are being arranged and a competent in- tercMine. teacher will be in charge of ., cb'.-s for your age. Visit our Sunday school next Sunday. •Uu- communion and taking of Ihc s-.cramcnt will be observed at the 11 o'clock service at which Rev. Webb will deliver an appropriate sermon. Children's church under the direction of Mrs. Webb meets at 6:30 in the main auditorium und young peoples meeting convenes in the Sunday school annex at the same time, under the leadership of Guy Gasyc. __ The pastor will deliver the I'M t vaimelistic sermon on thc subject, "A Murderer Saved," based on the per- .ly circle lo fulfill the mission, which >.hc could only dimly realize, for which He had come into the world. The wonderment continued until the tragic years of the ministry. With what love and anxiety she must have seen His life endangered! Yet is all | her wonderment and anxiety her loyalty never failed, and when the last hour came she followed the sad procession to Calvary, and there in the i time of crucial need she stood by the ! cross. Possibly few readers of the New Testament have sensed the tragic reality of that statement. "There stood by ... . . - the cross the mother of Jesus." When W. K. Lemley next Tuesday morning. | (ine at a n visualizes the scene, he has He will lie transferred from the city opportunity to see into the depths of a mother's faith and a mother's love. H is in the light of ail these later inary jail at hope tu the county jail =:t Washington Friday morning. Young Sherman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sherman of Fulton. Congress Begins (Continued from page one) experience a few years ago ol vrna leading a murderer to Christ shortly before- his execution. Plan to attend this service. KIKST BAPTIST CHUKCII Wallace H. Rogers, Pastor The ordinance of the Lord's Supper will be ubfcrved by the congregation ,,[ the First Baptist church at the conclusion of the morning service on Sunday. This is the beginning of a new convention year, ad the pastor is uri-ig that every member of the con- ,.rguti:ni o One London theater has the largest one-piece rug ever made in England, ll measures 100 fee.t by 43 feet and weighs a tun. Finland contains 60.000 lakes, but the islands on its seashore and in it.s inland waters number 80,000. FLOUR LIGHT CRUST 10 Lb Bag 58c 24 Lb Bag $1.15 Aunt Jemima MEAL 21/z Lb Bag .... 12c 5 Lb Bag 21c 10 Lb Bag 33c DON'T FORGET YOUR EXTRA SAVINGS WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS S T C II If I CM Si Fancy Number SEVEN Pound OYSTERS PINT 23c Decker's TALL KORN BACON fl SLICED Pound -- 32c CHILI "Mexican Style" 2 M 35c Home Owned HOBBS Gro. Market Home Operated COMMON OLD ITCH Is Still Wkh Us Prescription No. 2011.1100 will cure it. It kills the parasites in the skin. JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Phone (ill Hope, Ark. Established 188. r i VVl,!^ i i • - • • ,f the First Baptist church be." present to participate in this Me! morial Supper. i The new envelopes for 19JG are i -vailable for the membership, and ti h,"e number have already been taken ' Those who have not called for their package are expected to do so Sunday morning. A group of the members will meet at the church on : Sunday afternoon and carry envelope.', ti- those who are unable to get them •U the morning service. Tho envelopes • u-e given to the membership, no pledges are taken, but each person : is asked to help at much a.s possible. i The lithe is suggested as a basis for i all giving. i The pastor will preach at both ser! vices, the regular Sunday school •rhcdulc, will be followed, and the | B T U will begin its new years work I under director Nathan Harbour. New heaters have been installed, more m- . ide work has been done on the new /building, and all is in readiness for j the record year in the whole program ! uf the church. ClllilU'H OK CHRIST Gilbert Ci pelaml. Minister Now K the time for resolutions. Make yours the following. "I resolve i i, be a'l the house of God for worship ..very Lord's day in 1M." And. m haimony wilh Paul's instructions to ,!„. Church at Rome, make a sacrifice i u keen thai resolution. Bible clas.-e.- ! ,t 10 'a m. Preaching at U a. m. i ••Keeoucilialum" will be Iho theme. i Yo in" peoples inee-iing. I) P- i«i pi-i-chir- at 7 a. m. These a.'e wor- i Piping hours at the church next ! 1.,,-rd's day. and we invite you to make I these services your services. i FIUST METHODIST Kred II. Harrison, Pastor of replying to the president's message over the same radio facililies and at the same hour on a future dale, was' nolified by M. H. AyJesworth, vice chairman of the National Broadcast-j ing Company, that such facilities would be available to the Republicans "trom time to time." William S. Palcy, president of the Columbia Broadcasting System, flatly refused to accept "the principle that all broadcast activities of the government are to be mathematically balanced" by time given the administration's opposition. Paley said "after the president has delivered his address to the congress and to the people if the Republican party desires to request that we allot time to certain speakers, we should be glad to allot such available time as we believe befits the circumstances." things that we must read and study this mother's song, the Magnificant. Here we can realize the quality of the i faith and character of a mother who I stood in the background all through the days of the Master's earthly life. Here we can see the vision that upheld her, and we can understand the worthiness of the one chosen to be iiUDLEBROOKS' Week-End Specials GRAPE NUT FLAKES Beetleware Tumbler FREE 2 BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY BUTTER Pound 40c SiEET POTATOES Peck 25c Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VgpoRub VICKS COUGH DROP WHITE IRISH POTATOES 10 u..25c DAIRY MAID BAKING POWDER Large Can—Cup and Saucer FREE. 25c FRESH YARD EGGS Dozen 30c PAY YOUR GROCERY FIRST MIDDLEBROOKS Phone 607 SERVICE GROCERY Prompt Delivery The Smithsonian Institution has a collection of 100 species of rat fish. These, fish are so-called because of their rat-like tails. New York state contains 49,204 square miles. A Three Days'* Cough Is Yoor Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you cnn gc j t relief now with Creomulslon. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomul- sion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as thc germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your rtniRKist is authorized to guarantee Creoinul.sion and to refund your money if you are not, satisfied with results from tho very first bottle. Get Crcomulsion right row. (Adv.) WHERE ECONOMY RULES" SHOP AT A&P AND SAVE ON YOUR FOOD BILL 1881936 Tall Can 10c STANDARD QUALITY No.2 Cans Ann Page KETCH 14 oz Bottle lOo Sunnvfield Lb. Sack 99c Granulated 10 Pounds 49c 15c 45c Pound 3 Pounds SATRURDAY SPECIALS KLAB HACON, II) Cured Ham, whulf »r half, Ib Cured Mum, center cuts, ll> BOl.OC.NA, by the slick, Hi Choice Dry Salt iMi'al, Ib I'OHK CHOI'S. II) I'OKK HAM, Ib. K. C. Choice I'oi-eijuarlfr UKKF KOAST, II). Flush Couiili-jv KKRS, do*. Fed IIKNS. Ib. 1'ic 19c Cash Prices REECE & GENTRY Meat Market IIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIfillllllllllllllllllllll' The pastor, who hos returned from „„. Church-wide Methodist young. People's Conference at Memphis, wil ,, 1L , u ch at both services Sunday. A he morning service the Sacrament o ,|,e Lord's Supper will be solomm/.od toll,.wing a brief communion message'. At the S:,'iO Vesper .service the Mih- Jt .et of the sermon will be "Facing the. New Year Wilh Christ." Bl ,,n the first Sunday of the New Veor with worship. Come lo the rurch school ut 9:45 a. m. ami remain 1 '. u,c'morning worship and return fm- the vesper service. Make a good S l iu ., in spiritual thine* on the Lord s day. FIRST 1'KESBYTEUIAN 1 Hev. Th.mias Urcwstcr, Minister I Sunday school U:-!f>. . I Mornint serv.ee at 10:55, with (. om- j ,„„„„,„ ,,f the Lard's Suppr. ! Ve-iier si rviccs at 5 o clock. i Young Peoples meeting at 6 o'clock. i Midweek service, Wedcnsday at 7:30. 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