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Friday, September 8, 1939 SOCIETY HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS tttra-Sid Henry Telephone 321 Old Gardener He hears that somewhere wars arc lont mid won, Science advances, new .stars meet our ken; He leans upon his spade and lets the .sun Grow hot along his back. The dreams of men Arc not hi.s dreams; he keeps a dream V/ °f seeds, Of cool drops falling on the thirsty .soil: His only bat) lo is the war with weeds, Hi.s coveted career (hi.s simple toil, He has a notion that the universe Revolves about his hoc, Unit every clod He breaks is pregnant; and his thoughts rehearse, Day long, upon his partnership with God. Night long hi.s darkness kindles wilh •' the glow Of every starry bloom he taught- lo grow.—Selected. Mrs. George Newborn and son George Jr., were Thursday visitors in Prcscott. Mrs. ai-1 O'Neal has returned from si vi.sil with relatives and friends in Kort Smith. * Mrs. II. II. Reagan of Greenville, Texas, has arrived for a visit wilh her mother, Mrs. Chas. Wingfield and sister, Mrs. Kate Holland. The different circles of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Prosbyferian church will meet at •! o'clock, Monday afternoon a.s follows: Circle No. I, with Mrs. J. C. Broyles. .South Main .street. Circle No. 2 with Mrs. Frank Ward and MIS.S Lucy Hannah, North Elm gVtrcct. Circle No. ;t, with Mrs. K. G. McKac. Edgewood avenue. Circle No 4, with Mrs. Jin, McKi-n/ic, South Elm .street, Circle No. 5 will meet at 7:30 Monday evening with Mrs. George llosmcr, Eas| Third street. After a summer's vacation with relatives m Warren. Miss Hattie Rieh- ardsun has arrived in die city to resume her position as principal of the Oglcsby school. « Mrs. Glen Williams and litile daughter, Nannetlo ;i re guests of Judge and Mrs. Duval Purkins in Warren. Mis.se:; Claudia Whitworth and Mary Louise Keith were Friday visitors in Okay. Honoring Mrs. We.sley Schwebke, who prior f o her marriage of last week was Miss Jennie Sue Marlindale, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Mar- andale.. Mrs. Paxton Jordan onter- * imcd at a brides' .shower Wednesday aflernoon at the home of Mrs Martindalr. A pink and white color cmobmation was stressed in the decorations, the dining table was lace cov- Clearance Summer Dresses A real savings a( 99c-$1.99 LADIES Specialty Shop cred and centered with a beautiful three tiered wedding cake topped with a •miniature bride and groom. Numerous and beautiful gifts were showered on the honoree by the .'tf friends attending, and a delightful ice course with cake was .served in Hie dinmg room by the hostess, who was assisted i nl.hc courtesies of the afternoon by her mother. Mr. H. K. Schwj.bkc and Mrs. Martindalc. The Put Clebunif; chapter, (J. I). (.'. held its September meeting Thnrsdav afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. K. Hancgan. South Elm .street with Mrs. J. K. Gorin as joint hostess. Dispensing with the regular ritual, Mrs. George Crews, the crliring president opened the meeting with ;„, appropriate tribute to the men of the South, who fought in the Civil war, speaking of the European war, praying for ;, vie lory that will preserve democracy for all the work! closing her tribute with the Lord's Prayer. During the f>n.si- ness period the following officers were elected for the coining chapter vwir President, Mrs. Fanny Garret; ' first vice president. Mrs. M. M. Smyth: -second vice president, Mrs. W. G 'Allison; treasurer, Mrs. W. W. Ducketl' recording secretary. Mrs. P,-,| Casey corresponding secretary. Miss Helen' Frances Cilty; historian. Mrs. George •T Crews; registrar, Mrs. Wilbur Jones- recorder of crosses, Mrs. Jobn K. Gibson, cii.stidia of fl^s, Mrs, H. I) Lipscomb; parliamentarian. Mrs. Maggie Bell; poet laureate. Mrs. George T. Crew.s; director of the Clara how- thorp chapter, C. of C. Mrs ][ C Whilworlh. Delegates to the .stale n.n- venliou. 'meeting i,, j.;| Doiad,, in o ,.. lober, Mrs. Fannie Garret t .- 1M ,| ,M,,, M. M. Smyth, altornalc.s Mr,- J ,\ Hnrey and Mrs. Pat Casey. Ap,,,erj;,i- cd guests were Mrs. Doi.sey McRae and Mrs. J. C. Broyles. Mrs. K S Green i«g and Mrs. D. H. Lipscnmb will be I hostesses for the October meet in,. At the close of the basin,...,.., period punch was served with cookies. -O- Hugh McK.ee lefl Thunlav to, T,,|. , Okla., where he will enter the Uni- ver.sity of Tulsa. The marriage of Ali.s.s Ealhel J(ohc-dl son of Hope and Mr. Oscar Grrr-n- berg, also of I hi.s city, was announced H-iday. The wedding look phicr m , e-xarkan,-, Sunday nigl.t, Seplembe, .i. I he bride is the daughter of Miami Mrs. II. P. Roberts,,,, of o/an Barents of the groom are re.sidenls of New York eil.v. Mr. Grccnheir came to Hope two and ;i half vears ago from Hot Springs and al'j.ie- --•ent is assistant manager of Kcpli;m.s store. Mr. and Mrs E. S. Richards have relumed to (hen- home here after -i two-week visit to Mr. lii.-hard's hr,,th< , Dr. A. V. Richards, ;md Miss Alia Richards, a .sister, of Sparta Tennessee. Mr. Richards brought back to Hope a photograph of a !i>rnad» which .struck Sparta while they were visiting there. -CD- Mr. and Mrs. Horace Whitn-n left Tuesday for Gladewatcr, Texas, where Mr. Whittcn has accepted a position to leach biology in the high .school. Mr. and Mrs. Whittcn have boon employed for several year;, as teachers in the school at Blovms. All the Angels Have Big Feet I'ul i,..i:f i nii'il \veai (hi:, shoe. Ii In'.I; a ii.iinlb to m,ike the uize 1(i in -I''- slme mode li'd by Anita Ih n!.in |ni (.'lucam'i SI HIP Truv- rlci:-' convention. Ten square left <>l ui'ix'i Iralhci and nearly 1'J pnuti'l..: nt Mik- ami heel leath- ei w. nt Mitt, its building. SCHOOL LESSON. 81209 MALARIA Cases reported in tlje U. S. in IMS' DON'T DELAY! Start Today with (i66 Checks Malaria in seven days. and Hope's Own Patsy Montana (Ruby Blevins) WHO SINGS HER OWN SON(J . IN "Colorado Sunset" — PLUS — ls;:iah: A I.ife Dedicated to God Ti-xt Isaiah <i:l-l'.! lly U'lU.IA.M K. GII.UOV, D.D. Ilililor el' Aclanvrc In Ihi.' simple, direct words of our lesson, though the narrative is adorned with :-.yinlioliMii and vision, we have the .liny of the call of a great l-rophi-l lo hi.s bfe work. Perhaps it would lie found that the call nl every pi ophet comes in some form oKf a vision, either dreaming or v.'akim 1 ,. I'-aiah's vision evidentaly came- in the form of a dream. Jl was in the y:-ar that Kink Ux.xiab died, alter Ins lung and prosperous reign ol 52 years. In the dream, Isaiah :--a wlhe Lord siding upon a throne "lush and lifted up." The figure i. not very clear, for Isaiah .speaks of the seiaphim which stodd above the Lord. We do not know what .'•int of beings these six winged figures wen-. This is the only place in the Hihlc where the word ncur.s. While we may not understand the di-iaii: of the vi.sinn, its full effect i.s very plain. The seraphim cried "i"' imiii another, "llnly. holy, holy, i.-. .1,'hi'v.vi of hi.s glory." It was this nnpi ;'..-sii m ot holiness that was dominant m tin- mind of Isaiah .and tlial remained with him lo dominate his life alter the vi.-.ion hail disappeared. What is holiness'.' It. consists in lelalmnslnp. but its essence is the idea ol consecration and devotion. U'heii Mo.ses was ordered in his vision ,,i, tin Mount to take his shoes nil h>v.-iu-.i. the place on which he \va, slandmy was holy -ground, it wa.- Hie ii-latinnship that made the gii'imd holy. Ground in itself has it" character, either holy or unholy. Hut in m lia.s character, and his cha- iaet<r is detei'iniiied by his relation- Hup, llolinr.s;.. has the .sense of right- <-on.-.iie.-s. and it W a., I hi.s that was iivcrpiiivorinsi in the effect of the viinii upon Isaiah hi i ho prew nee of sm-li a re- vi.|ali..n of hnline.ss and g"odno.ss, Isa'•''' ''''' hi.s own weakness and his "nw yinl'dlne.;. We null not take his FKIDAV and SATUKDAY ZANK GREY'S SAENGER SATURDAY Double Feature 10-15c "RANGLE RIVER" WITH VUTOR JOUY ANI» niAKCAItKT DARK » • AND • • ^r 1 « ALSO • • • RAFT•TRE¥O DICK FORAN • HENRY ARMETTA profession of unholiness to literally. He cried out, "Woe is me- I am undone, because I am a man of unclean lips," in much the same way in which another man, conscious of his lack and weakness and in deep humility, was to say, "Dpart from from me for I am a sinful man, O'Lord!. The Lord does not depart fromj men who approach Him in that spirit. Rather, it i.s they whom He chooses to he his servants and prophets. Tims it was that the lips of Isniah were touched with a coal, symbolizing the taking away of his iniquities and the forgiveness of his sins. In his vision he heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?" Isaiah's rcsjxm.se to the vision was prompt. "Here am I; send me." But what was most nocworlhy was not merely the response in (he vision, but the response in his life. He made Ihc dream a rcalily. It was the call of the man lo serve a people in a day when above all things Ihoy needed ,-i prophet to lend them from the fatness of their prosperity and the malcrialism of their sensual living back to the realities of spiritual life and health. H i.s at times when the prophet i.s most forgotten or neglected that he is most needed. Isaiah stands as [lie type of the true spiritual reformer leading a wayward nation back to the realities upon which its very life depends. Reformation JOPLIN. Mo.-(/Pj-A minister spent $50 in Joplin saloons, but he didn't get a single drink. He was paying off the debts of a reformed convict who wrote from prison and asked if the pastor would help him settle accounts. The prisoner enclosed the money. The greatest distance possible between any two points on the earth's surface, m a straight line, is approximately 12,500 miles. » STANDINGS Southern Association PAGE THREE >.SERIAL STORY. WORKING WIVES BY LOUISE HOLMES COPYRIGHT. 1939. NEA SERVICE, INC. Nashville Chat'nooga . . Memphis Atlanta Knoxville Little Rock ... . Birm'ham New Orlean 83 81 81 79 ... 78 65 . '" 57 B.'i fi5 fili 67 70 81 86 88 .561 .555 .551 .541 .527 .445 .427 .OT Thursday's Results Chattanooga 7, Birmgham .'!. Knoxville Ki-4, Memphis 5-3. Games Friday Little Rock at Nashville. Birmingham at Chattanooga. New Orleans at Atlanta. Memphis at Knoxville. National League Cincinnati ... St. Louis Chicago New York ... Brooklyn .. .. Pttsbtirgh . Boston Philadelphia 7G 72 71 65 64 5!) 57 40' 54 60 60 60 67 70 84 .608 .571 .542 .520 .516 .468 .449 .323 Tuhrsdn.vs Results Boston 4, New York ,'). Pittsburgh 8, Cincinnati 7. St. Louis 4, Chicago 2. Only games played. Games Friday New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Chicago. Cincinnati at iPttsburgh. American League New York <J3 Boston 7g Chicago 75 Cleveland fi<) Detroit 69 Washington 59 Phihrphia 45 St. Louis 35 33 54 57 60 62 73 84 93 .710 .585 .586 .535 .527 .447 .349 .273 Thursday's Results New York 5, Boston 2. Washington 10, Philadelphia 1. Cleveland 9, Detroit 8. Chieagi. 8-11, St. Louis 4-4. Games Friday Chicago at St. Louis. Washington at Philadelphia oBston at New York. Only games scheduled. Los Angeles Attack Victim Lalfst victim ot Los Angeles slugger was 17-year-old Myrtle Wagner, abuve, attacked ,-jnd ravished in Hollywood home where she is employed as maid. Assault wat, confessed by De Witt Clinton Cook who alto ad- millc-d sluying of Anya Sosyeva on college campus in city last February. Mnrlnii pnnnnt l>1nn jk Iicriielf n-tirn Fellow* >>ltt»ir* her for holding Onn Imrk, ili-prlvlne. him of hU rtfttttiil nlncp n» limit of (he liniue. The rrmvnliiK blow romp* when Fellow* nukn (hnt Inllr tnke hln dictation. CHAPTER IV A FTER his outburst, Mr. Fellows •**• ignored, and seemed to forget, Ihc conversation. He was himself again, businesslike, kindly, impersonal. Shocked and bewildered, Marian tried to uncover the motive behind his frankness. At last she arrived ot a comforting conclusion. No doubt G. F. had been merely lot- ting off steam. Quite possibly his wife had hinted that he was not so wonderful as he thought himself to be. Marian had served as the buffer for his affronted sensibilities more than once. When, shortly before lunch, Mr. Fellows asked her to choose a diamond bracelet for his wife, she chuckled to herself. So there had been trouble at home. She felt distinctly encouraged. C. i.-'. couldn't get along without her. It might be a canny move to let him try. Watching Sally Blake's bright head bent over her shorthand book, she decided against the experiment. No use slicking her neck out, as Dan would say. * * # AT 12:30 she took a cab to •"• Jaques and met a distraught, feverish-eyed Carma. They were taken to a small table in the corner. Carma nervously pulled off her gloves. "I think I'm going cra/y, Marian." "Oh, no, dear—of course, Pete's marriage was a shock—" "Pete belongs to inc." Carma's rouged lips were a thin line. "But, Carma—you could have had him—any time—" "Why didn't I take him?" She smiled bitterly. "I thought he'd always be (here—I couldn't marry him last year because f was buying my car—I couldn't marry him the year before because I had lo, have a mink coat. I've got the! car and the coat, but—" She! stopped, biting her lip. She was quietly hysterical. "Listen, Carma, be reasonable. You didn't want to pinch and scrimp—that's what it would have meant if you had married Pcto. When you see him and his wife struggling along on his salary, doing without everything they | wan*—" I '"qat's what I though!, when he \vrote me. He said he way- going to marry this Julie person" —her lips twisted over the ynv.-nc— "unless I quit right tlvjn and c:ar.i2 - home. I cabled him (o p.o aherd. B-but I—I didn't think he \voulil." "You've done the most sensible thing in the world. You have a swell job, opportunity for travel, money—" "But I want Pete. The years ahead—so long—so lonely." After a sketchy luncheon, they left the restaurant, two ultra- smarl, young business women. One costly dress covered heartbreak, the other a constantly nagging fear. Gallantly they smiled at parting. * * * A NOTHER side of the hectic pic- •'*- lure presented itself to Marian that afternoon when Florence A very, the switchboard girl, came to her desk. Florence was a shy, retiring girl. "Do you think I could have a small raise in salary, Mrs. Harkness?" she asked. Marian looked doubtful. "Is there any particular reason why you need more money." The girl blushed. "Ted, my husband, wants a car. He says a man can't get a job without a car." "Hasn't your husband a job?" "Oh, no, he hasn't worked since we were married." "Florence, that's too bad. It makes it hard for you." "I don't care whether he works or not," Florence replied with a touch of shy defiance. "It doesn't matter where the money comes from. We have lots of fun." She looked down, drawing a wistful breath. "I just thought—he hasn't seemed so happy lately—if I could get a car for him—on payments." Marian felt that the world had gone topsy-turvy, it was all wrong somehow. Hfcrsr-U, beset with anxiety; Carma, sick with grief because she had not been able to have her cake and eat it, too. And now little Florence, trying to hold bur husband's love by providing for him more lavishly. Three business women. After all, were the homcmakcrs to be envied? She thought of Dolly and Pete's Julie. She said harshly to the waiting Florence, "If your husband wants a car I'm afraid he'll have to buy it for himself." "Ycs'm." Florence turned away, her .small face shadowed. Marian thought: What's the matter with us? Has civilization gone into reverse? She sighed. Whether it had or not, there was r.o turning back. They musi, all go on, caught in the web of their own weaving. A.s for herself, she must find sonic way of circumventing Sally Blake. It should be simple. Sally v.-;:.s younger, yes, but other than that, her advantages were on the negative side. She had no background of experience, she was u.-ily fairly adept. Several times that day G. F. had laughingly corrected her. Laughingly—(hat was the catch. He had appeared to enjoy Sally's presence in the office. Marian set her chin. She'd hang on. The nagging dread again, the dread which did not concern Sally. What would she do if—? Instantly, she assured herself that the dread was absurd. She had managed her life for 12 years, forced the fates to smile upon it. It was most likely she could go on doing so. * * * AT the end of the afternoon she "^ was utterly exhausted, distracted with the swinging pendulum of her thoughts. When Dan called for her at the office, she raised haggard eyes, sure of his sympathetic understanding. "I'm so tired," she complained. "It's been a hectic day, Dan." She was on the verge of tears. If only Dan would take her in his arms, kiss away all her \vorries. She leaned toward him, only to have him turn abruptly away. "Thai's the way they come sometimes," he said. Anyway, it was nice riding home with Dan. Carefully removing her hat, she leaned her head against the cushion. Wearily, she closed her eyes. The events of the day marched before her, troublesome, vexing, disturbing. They were well out Sheridan before she found the strength to tell Dan of Carma's frantic regret. Dan did not exactly say that it served Carms right, but Marian received the impression that he thought so. He said, "Carma has kept Pete dangling for 10 years. Just because she must have nick- nacks, things that are here today and gone tomorrow, she has deprived Pete of a home and love— and children." Marian's unreliable tern pel- flared. "I hope you're not aiming at me over Carma's shoulder." "We have a home, haven't we? And love—haven't we?" Marian darted a glance at his strong, good-looking profile. Sarcasm again. What had come over Dan? Had he decided to strike back? Normally she would have tossed her head and laughed at the idea of Dan striking back. He was in no position to make terms. But she did not toss her head, sho was far from laughing. Almost timidly, she'touched his arm. "Dan—would you be glad if we had a baby?" "Lord, no," he exploded. "The poor little tad would have a typewriter for a mother and a spineless dud for a father. We'll just spare the coming generation that." Marian's hands closed into two tight fists. (To Be Continued) Today's Dances Pointtp a War? Arthur Murray Thinks They Are Like Those of About 1914- By The AP Features Service Now we know. It's the prewar jitters thai make the jitterbugs that way. And if they don't cut out the rug-cutting, it means war, just as it did 25 years ago. A couple of fellows told us so. One is Arthur Murray, headlincr in ballroom dance instruction. Listen to what Murray says about it: 'The present outburst of dance carze.s is exactly parrellel to a rash of jitterbugginfi that occurcd in Aemr- ica in 1913 and 1914. That was the period whei the Castle swon Prominence ^and America was clong the Turkey Trot. During my entire career, I have never witnessed such a tremendous desire on the part of the American people to get rid of nervous tension and frayed nerves by capering on the dance floor as I'm witnessing today." Then there's Frank Veloz, of the top-ranking hardwood team, Volez and Yolanda. Frank once wrote a whole essay to demonstrate that popular dancing is simply the expression of a people's national temperament. And sho. My Pet, you see where dances like these are leading us. • CHURCH NEWS BARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis A. I'urtle, Pastor Sunday School 9:45, Grady Hairston superintendent. We urge every one to be present for Sunday school. If friends drop in, bring thc'm with you. Our pastor will open a revival meeting Sunday. The subject for the 11 a. m. scrvcie will be, "The Exceeding Great and Precious Promices." Sunday 8 p. in. "An Exceeding Bitter Cry." The meeting will continue each evening. Come and worship with us. Wednesday night Brother E. K. Begley. Missionary lo Hawaiia, will preach Wednesday at 8 p. m. The public is All calsses of the B. Y. P. T. C. will invited to hear him. ?iu-;et at 7 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN The Rev. Thomas Brewster will be back fro inhis vacation and there will be regular church services at First Presbyterian Sunday, September, 10 at 10:55 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. The Rev. Mr. Brewster will talk to the men's class at 9:45. Modernize Your Home With A NEW BATHROOM! EASY FHA TERMS „ HARRY W. SHIVER BPLUMBING PHONE zst SOMETHING has happened to HOSIERY! Man cannot feel so very important ' when he realizes that the sun about which we travel i.s but one of millions, ' ' and a small one at thai. You'll welcome the news ^ x -*.^ thai our new Phoenix Hosiery is ^ treated for wear. The silk itself is processed in a new amazing way (ex- elusive with Phoenix) that TOUGHENS every strand. You can feel that extra elasticity and smoother texture of the silk. 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