Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 11, 1939 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, September 11, 1939
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Monday! : : >pnlomhr>r 11. 193?! **«.««lMrS_A*ll PAGE SOCIETY Sid Henry Telephone 821 (inliitf lo School riarofoot boy nnd little fiirl. She with rosy cheek mid cirls Hi. 1 ;, a forehead brown with tan, Stuydy little farmer-man. Happy little pair arc they. ClmtlinK blithely on the way. In the morning fresh and cool GohiK to the- district school. Memories of these'morning hours 4} iSnnjjs of birds and scent of flowers, Blent of lambs and SOUK of rill. Will come sweetly o'er ymi^ilill. And yon rlhoughts i;u yearning hack O'er Hint simple childhood track, When the longest mad you knew Was the one that led you (o School-house just a mile away, Where the birch and rule held sway, —From an old Scrap nook. After a ten day.s visit with his father, Ike T. Bell and Miss Mature He Ike T. Uell .Ir.. left Sunday for Tiark.s- dale Field, Slneveporl, I,a. —o— mint; Mnry Khwibelll !Vij,'h( left Sunday mominr. for Chickushi-. Okln., whei-e .she will attend the coininfj term of school. Mrs. W. S. Alkin.s ami daughter Martha Ann. have returned from ; '•two week's vj--i( witli Mrs. Alkin'; daughter. Mrs. Thos. Darby and Mi- Darby and a few davs visit in Chicago III. Mis. M. M. McClou«han was hostess to the members of the Friday Bridge club and a few spccia l);uesls. with Mrs. C. f. Lewis, formerly of Hope, now rosidim: in Prccsoll as honor Kuesls. Late summer flowers briejiten- ed the room-; and favors Were won by Mrs. I{. V. Ifcrndnn for the members anil Mi's. .Iiihn Gnlhrio for the quests. Mrs. Lewis received a beautiful e.ift of remembrance. Following the #11110, the hoMrs;; served a templim; salad course. i-illi Hie Rev. Burke ttfficiafinR, jifler short wedding trip, the couple will >e at home in Hope where Sen;v>r 'ilkinlon is engaged in the practice of -aw. Attending the wedding from lope ''nil Washington were Mr. and CCC Recruits Not Subject to Arms Plculg'o (liven to Mothers l\v Civilian Consovea- tion Corps WASHINC1TON- MV The eivili/a- tion Corps iC.'CCi, about to recuil 1(10.(100 replacements, offered assurance Monrla.v thai enrollment in the corps 3 Are Killed in I Canada Declares Canadian Wreck Canadian National Trains Collide Near U.S. Boundary Mrs. Ivisoii Pillmilon. Misses M.-ir.v ;ind j wm ,|,| '„„, c . llllLi | mi | iliiy Pilkinton, Dmi Pillunton, served his brother us best man, Mrs. J. II. Bolls, Mrs. W. M. Cant ley. Miss Miir(lin Canlley. James William Ciintlc.v. Miss Kothcrine Mm- Simms uid V.'HI Hayes. —O— 'die fit-si meejiiij,' of (lie P. T. A. Council will be held nl .');:)() Tuc.srhiy flenioon in llie ciuincil room at (he city luill. A full iitteriflance is urtfod as |)l;m,s for the School of Instruction, lo be held in this cily September !!l)j will be discussed. Mr. iiml Mrs. Huffin Boyelt aiu'l family of Dallas. Texas were Sunday Kiic-sls of Mrs. D. B. Thompson and t'upliiin and Mrs. R. A. Boyett. —O~ J. A. Olm-slead Jr., lefl Saturdiiy for i\faf;nolia where be will outer Magnolia A. & M. Friends will lie ulad lo know that Hilly Olmstead, who Ims been a patient in Julia Chelser hospital is able lo he removed to his home for convalescence. Mrs. .1. L. Doyd and daughter, Mrs. Helen Jenkins and grandson of Corpus Christie. Texas, have arrived for a visit with Mrs. M. II. Barlow and family. The American Lesion Auxiliary will meet at ,'i p. m . Tuesday at the'home Mrs. Claud Hamilton, East Third I tree1. All members arc urged to al- •-•iid. service, "We want every mother in America to know.' said an offiiinl. "that her son is among tnose nrceyHed Ostober's volunteers ne will not he (nit Ix hind a !.',un." Roosevelt Takes Note Food Costs Discusses Rise in Prices on Return From Week- End Excursion WAD ROAD, Minn.-W)—Tlireo were killed and Kevcrnl hurt in n hcmlon collision of two Ciinadian Nnlional I rims jii.il across the border near here Monday. The (lead were all rcsidenls of Winni- if i peg. Canada, in •Foe \Vinibcrly lel'i Mi hadelphia. where he Henderson Stale Teachi id.-i.v for Ar- \vill re-enter rs' Col Inge-. WASHINGTON ..-f/fV-The, pesident rehinnn. 1 ! from ;i week-end al Hyde I'ark. consulted immediately Monday wilh Secretary Hull on the war abroad .and r.-tll'xl in .Secretary Wallace lo dii-cii'-.s mounting food prices. lie directed his attention lolhe further question when to summon congress in speiial session, Secretary Stephen T. Karly said in | answer to all special session inquiries; from memhcr.s of conj'.ri.'.-'.'i Dial there 1 1 \^'ere no immediate plans. • - • • • • T. A, Grous Look exican Navy to Patrol the Coast B e 1 li g e r e n t Warships (Jivwi Oily 24 Hours in Port for Fool MF.XrCO CITY, Mexico—f/T'l—Thc Mexirain navy was ordered Monday to patrol the Gulf and Palific coastlines to prevent, entry of beHigo'reiv warships into Mexican waters. Naval authorities will permit war ships of belligerent nations to touel Mexican ports only (o obtain w«tci and foodstuffs. Such vessels mus leave within 2-1 hours. Major Battle to Successful Year War on Germany All of the Dominions Have Joined Great Britain in War OTTAWA. Cnnntlti 'Canadian Press) —Canada formally declared war on Germany Sunday following Britain nto (he conflict .by one week. It, was the first time in history that Canada, on its own account and by its own will, had exercised Ibis prerogative of nationhood by declaring a state of war. The government merely pub lisbcd the British war proclamation in 1914. Thirteen hours after the House of Commons approved the government's! proposal to throw Canadian men and resources into war for the .second time in 25 years. Lord Tweedsmuir, governor general, issued a royal proclaim- tion. On the authority of King George VI, it announced that a state of war exists wilh Germany as of and from today. The declaration was cabled to London for King George's signature, in his capacity as (he King of Canada. At 1:30 p. m. the office of Prime Minister MacKcn/ie sent a copy of a special edition of the Canadian official Gazette containing the declaration to the Canadian press. Three olher domonions—Now Zealand. Australia and the Union of South matically to be R S.MMy.o EET Africa— preceded Canada in war dec- Irations. India was considered automatically to be at war with Germany upon England's declaration. Rumania Alarmed by Soviet Threat Million Under Arms, and Additional Reserves Called Up BUCHAREST, Rumnnin-(/Pi~The Rumanian government, with more than a million men already under arms, has called to the colors "several additional elapses." This action was taken simultaneously with the calling up of reservists in great numbers in Turkey Roumania's ally. Official quarters have expressed fears regarding the "intentions" of Soviet Russia on Rumani's eastern frontier. News of troop movements in Russia has created a stir in Bucharest. Dies When Crash Hurls Him in Oil Leo Stotts, BHnkley, Succumbs From Brims Near Forrest City MEMPHIS. Tenn—<.1 J i—Leo Stolts, 28. of Brinkley. died in a hospital here Monday from injuries received in an automobile collision near Forrest City Sunday night. He was thrown from a car into a pool of burning gasoline. R. B. Howser, of Lexa, the occupant of the other car, was less .seriously hurt. Lemonade is called "lemon squash" in England. Ray AnuW.son, Longmont, Colo., hat; four hens which lay eggs wtih green yolks. The trick is accomplished by a green vegetable protein in the feed. The Morning AfferTaking Carters Little Liver Pills (Continued from Page One) ered drew main The nipping. The detachment with- to the city's outskirts lo await German forces. western front communique con- With Miss Pearl Martin, wh spending 1 (I K > sMinnuir imcleand aunt, Mr. and Samuels, has returned where she will enroll as the Comv-uy Hi, ( h School. > has with Mrs. be Jesse t finned previous reports that an undisclosed number of French planes en, countered German aerial fighters I Activity Bo/tnilS! Three French pluncs were said to have npriino- rii' T-*nliHr' I' lrpn fliot down. A French vanguard Schools the tactics employed so to Con way a senior in The PUi/olian class of First Baptist Sunday sch..,,| will hol.l its regular monthly i.ieetiiii- at 7Lilt) Tuesday even- iiiM al the )„„,„. [,, Mir. Henry ifaynes. •South Pine street. All members are urged to be present. The Gleaner's Class of the First Baptist Sunday school will hold its regular 'monthly meeting Tuesday evening at 7:.'!() at mo home of Mr;-;. T( Cornelius on South Pine Street. Hick Liiron of Conv.-ay. who has accepted ;, position ,,n the high school 1 faculty will be domiciled in the home of his sister. Mrs, James I?. Hen .-old Mi-. Henry for t tt'rni. -OA wedding that will he of interest lo the many friends of the bride ;."-oom in this cily is that of Miss Marguerite Grumpier of Smackover and Senator James Pilkinton. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Ivestou Pilkinton of Hope and Washington. The wedding was solemnized at the home of the Bride's 'mother in » STANDINGS Southern Association Clubs C'hattanioga . Memphis Nashville Allan') a Knoxville Little Hock . Birmingham . New Orleans L. Pet. .5(i7 r>7 i GB 79 08 (M .520 .-ISO ry ining school Sma c.iover on Saturday afternoon I * STARTS TUESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE "STRAIGHT PLACE and "STOP, LOOK andLOVE" Plus LATEST NEWS Sunday's ItcsuKs Little Hock. 10-G; Knoxville, -1-8. Chattanooga, (i-'l; New Orleans. 2- Atlanta, 7; Birmingham, (i. Nashville. 11; Memphis, ::. National League With the opening of Hope's public ehools. and the renewed activity of I the Parent-Teacher associations, the j officers are looking forward lo a most ! sucee-'sful year, according to Mrs. F.. A. Morsani. president of high school i P. T. A. I The purpose of a Parent-Teacher i assi it-sal ion is: i education and ' youth." Knrty-twu years ago the Parcnt- Teachers association was first, organized. The ideiils and purpose expressed by the founders then, are aims of the organization today. ' Parent-Teacher associations are promoting a program of education that, will coordinate home, school, and community activities for the development, of the child. A. Parent-Teacher association is It is reasonable to assume that around many of the other suns of the universe there ore planetary systems similar to our .own, and that many of these planets are inhabited by beings like ourselves. suffered heavy losses in skirmishes on the western front, it was reported. Apparently successfully in other parts of Poland are expected by the Germans to prove effective at Warsaw also. There they are forming a vise and at the same lime endeavoring to cut the enemy off from possible retreat to the east or .sonlbenst. It was apparent from the communi- T'ne promotion of thejque that the air force again was play- welfare of children and hit! an important part in Poland by bombing roads, destroying sections of railroads and blowing to bits such I cround organization and plants as the i Polish air force still had in the Lomza section. To Avoid Big War Disclosure of active fighting between French and Germans gave-answer to an anxious question which has been on many German lips these days: "Do the Western powers really mean business French away from England. Premier Mussolini of Italy was said to be Germany's "honest broker" and in frequent touch with French Premier Dalndiev. The rumor continued that Franz von Papen, German ambassador to Turkey, was negotiating directly with Paris lo keep France out of the war, even though a state of war already exists and the first shots have been fired. democratic in membership and in 1 or may we yet hope that with Poland form of m-gin/ation. Every adult defeated they would dcen it the bot- who is interested in the objects Cor th association is organi/ed, Clubs Cincinnati . St. Louis . Chicago Brooklyn . New York Pittsburgh Boston Phlidelphia W. L. 78 50 7fi r,4 70 58 fiil fill (15 C,2 57 •II 71 71 87 Pel. .fiOSl .585 .51)7 .535 .512 -I5-I .'l-lli to Sunday's Results Brooklyn. 8; New York, -1. Cincinnati, 7: Chicago. 2. SI. Louis, 9-11; Pittsburgh. Pbildelphia-Boston, rain. No Games Monday game's scheduled. American League Clubs- New York Boston .. Chicago Cleveland Detroit Washington Phiidclphia St. Louis ... . Sunday's Kesults New York. -1-G; Washington. ,'!-2 Detroit. 5-9; Chicago. 1-11. Cleveland. 15-4; St. Louis. 5-5. Games Monday Boston at Phildelphia. Washington at New York. Only games scheduled. which eligible for membership. This i.s an opportunity for all work together in an orgain/.ed effort for the education and welfare of all children and yuoth. recugnmng no dividing lines in creed, nationality, financial rating, social position, educational background, or specific interests. The objects of the Parent-Teacher associations are: To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school^ church, and community. To raise the standards of home life. To secure adequate laws for the care and ( protection of children and youth. To bring into closer relation the home and the school that parents' and teachers may cooperate intelligently n the training of the- child. To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education. RICHMOND. Va. — i-Pi— Officer Piukcy Truslow of Capitol Square police found out who killed Cock! Robin. One shot from the officer's rifle was enough for the murderer— and owl with a -Hi-inch wiugsprcad, which has been preying on birds in the famous square. ter part of wisdom to come to a blood- is, less arrangement with Germany'.'" That hope seemed doomed lo disappointment. A diplomatic offensive of prime di- nunisions has been on foot to wean the WAR NEWS Scenes Taken in Warsaw, Paris, Berlin and London, 20 Minutes of the Tense European Situation Million Sin^ini; An fill-diiy singing will he held ;it Hintnn cMiimunilv, throe- miles c.s;it| of Pmimis. Sunday, September 24. The public is invited am! urged tu bring basket lunches and sung books. Several quartets will appear mi the program. BOLTS AND ROUND BLOCKS We are now in the market for White Oak, Overcup, Post Oak, Rod Oak, and Ash Heading Bolts. .Also Round SWEET GUM Blocks. For prices and specifications Apply to: Hope Heading Co. Hope, Arkansas Phone 245 Facts That Concern You In trie year before its re-legalization Beer contributed practically nothing in taxes to The stare treasury. ince re-legalization Beerha* rhis huge sum intaxes.forthis state alone, rarthe nation as a whole Beer raises A MILLION DOLLARS A DWf ! Beer has made work in over 100 industries, since repeal. If Beer had not come back.there would have been I MILLION FEWER RESPECTABLE JOBS for the nation today. " TO KEEP BEER'S MANY BENEFITS, FOR YOU AND FOR. THEM, AMERICA5 BREWERS WANT TO HELP KEEP BEER RETAILING AS WHOLESOME AS BEER ITSELF. THEIR PRO&RAM WILL INTEREST LOCAL LAW AUTHORITIES . . .AND YOU. MAY H/£ SEND\YOU rHE FACTS? For free booklet, address : United Brewers Ivdvstrial Foundation, 19 East Will. Street, Neiu York, N, Y.. BEER... a beverage of moderation Ism tiop< Ciews • lanel «,1)1)3 • Wdttr Oannosch witli the Philharmonic Dichestia o! Us d t Pitimoiint PictiiM-Cirsclii) by Roy Del Ruth - Produced b» I'HAfiltS R. ROGERS j Monday - Tuesday -Matinee Tuesday BACK TO C,OOn Ot.D .... .... SCHOOL DAYS anil Last Times Monday For SI'KNCEH TRACY JOAN CltAWrOKO in M.U.M.'s "MANNEQUIN" Added Joy — "Mother Goose" Tl'KS. WK1). T1IIWS. JANE WITHERS "RASCALS" \Vilh MORA .'WNliVnTII tml Ills i HARMONICA RASCALS No. •> •TARAOISE VALLEY" Including ""FOREVER" The Brand New Pattern * SALE PRICE 52 PIECES T *39 75 SERVICE FOR 8 * OPEN STOCK PRICE $65.85 • SALE PRICE 35 PIECES ,. t ;$29 75 SEHV1CK FOR 6 * OPKN STOCK PHICR $50.00 • SALE PHICE SERVICE FOU 12 OPEN STOCK PRICE J83.50 Clearance Summer Dresses | A I'dil savings al LADIES Specialty Shop DO YOU HAVE A Son or Daughter In College This Year? Remember that they are interested in events and people in Hope. The columns of the Hope Star will renew their acquaintance with home town people and their activities. Send Them The HOPE STAR BENDtlVOVf) 9 Month Stewart's Jewelry Store First National Bank Bldg. HOPE, ARKANSAS Hope Payable in Advance Star

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