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.Friday, .January 24, 1986 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PA0BJ THRBL AS. A/rs. Sid Henry HI , nnd thp world Intiglis with you; Weep, nnd you weep alone, r'uf the sad old em th must borrow its mirth, But has trouble enough of its own, Sing, nnd the hills will answer; f-lgh, it is lost on the nir, The echoes hound to H joyful sound, But shrink from voicing care. Rejoice, nnd men will seek you; Grieve, ami they turn and go. They want full measure of all your pleasure, Hut they do not need your woe. Be glad, ar.d your friends nre many; Be sad, nnd you lose them all,— Fo'ast, nnd your hulls are crowded, Fast, nnd the world goes by. Succeed nnd Eive, and it helps you live, But no man can help you die. There is room in the hnlls of pleasure For a large and lordly train, Hut onn by one we must all file on Through the nnrrow iiislcx of pntn, •-E. W. W. (by request). -.— -J — The' iniiny friends of Miss Ruth Taylor, who has been the popular head <;f the Homu EC. department of the Mope; Public Schools for the past Ihrtv years will rcgrt to loiirn thnt sh<» left Friday for Henderson, Ky., where' she will tnko the position of rounly tunic demonstration iigent. rVfiister Clifton Vitieynrd. young son >il Mi". .MH! Mrs. H. B, Vineyard end a group of his young friends on Wednesday afternoon at his home flG West Fourth street. The occasion A Scrftf) Of Paper j 16*Year-Old Heiress an Elopement Bride! Gets Job for Joe On Strength of It, Al Jol son Turns Over Role to Joe E. Brown wn$ a Celebration of the young host's sixth birthday anniversary. Twenty small guest* were Invited nnd games were directed by Miss Mary txnilne Keith. Gay balloons were distributed | UK favors and cup cakes were served with punch oni} lee cream. Mrs. Vine- ably won nowhere near Palm Springs, By ROnBIN COONS Associated Press Cnrrcspondnct HCLLWOOD.— Joe E. Brown prob 200 WINTER E fPk A p |* SSE.S I'flaturorl I'M Our Close-Out , S-A-L-E $2-99 -; nd ; $4-99 LADIES'S Specialty Shop yard was assisted in serving by Mrs. J. W. Benrden. Mrs. J. B. Shults, Mrs. George Shults, Miss Nannie Jett of Fullon and Mrs. Mattlc Grocr of Lewisvillc were Thursday guests of friends In the city. —• -I -_n Honoring Miss Ruth Taylor, who left Friday for her now position in Henderson, Ky., Mrs. Roy Stcphensott an- 'ertained Thursday nt her hone on WeM 'Sixth Direct. The rooms were bright and attractive with cut flowers and potted plants and three tables were arranged for bridge. The high , score favor went to Miss Helen Me- I Roe and the honorec was presented with a diilnty gift. At the conclusion of the game, the hostess assisted by Mrs. R. L. Broach and Mrs. Finley Ward served a most tempting wind lourse. Mrs. Jack Meek of Bradley was an out of town guest and Miss Boryl Henry and Mrs. Fred R. Harrison were callers for the tea hour. —j.- Mrs, Clyde Yarbrough and little daughter, Katie Lou of Shrevcporl, La., were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mr*. W. Q. Warren. Mr. arid Mrs. P. D. Smith who linvfi bi-en guosls of Capt. and Mrs. R. A. Boyetl for the past few days left Fri- I day morning for their home in Dallas. ' Texas. — .i. «. • Mrs. Tn.vlor Stuart of Hot Springs will spend the week md with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. G. McRne. the desert resort, when the contract that led to his present starring vehicle wns signed. "Sons ii' Guns," after four years of hanging fire a« n film production, is under way at lust. Behind it is one of tho;;o stories thnt miike Hollywood i both unbclicvaiilu and fascinating. Al Jolson and Joe Kchcnck, the producer, were talking .things over one sunny dny nt Palm Springs, and they agreed that a Jolson picture under Schtmck avispiees would be a good idea. Ho signed a contract with Schc'iick on the only stationery handy —» pnpcr bag. H was an empty paper bag, and the lock of content was to prove sadly symbolic. Sehenck purchased thu Broadway musical, "Sons u' Guns," as n Jol.wn vehicle, but the screen treatment did not jell. Al's salary did, however, and in full. After a year of waiting for something to happen, Jolson left for the cast. But he left with a promise to return and make a picture for Scfieiu-k, without further salary. This picture. "Hiillehi.inh. I'm n Bum!" reached the screen in due lime. Even without the considerable item of n Jolson salary, it did not make thp ; grade. It took "Wondnrbar," nt his ! first studio, to restore the Jolson film j corner. But Jolson had faith in "Sons o' Gun. 1 ." and bought it from Schency. ' Back at Warner's, he found fi star eager for it— none other than Joo E. . Brown, who was nowhere near Palm I Springs when it all began. "Daddy will understand," 16-year-old Ruth Moffctt. daughter of wealthy James A. Moffett, oil company executive, Insisted when her elopement marriage to Warren Johnson, 24, became known. Tlia newlyweds seem oblivious to Interviewers as well a* parental objections as they look Into each other's eyes at their honeymoon apart- Dient in New York. Their engagement had been .recently denied by . . ' • Mr. Aloflett. Two Out of Three Pay OfftLS. Loans Rehabilitation Clients Dropped Will Be Replaced by New Ones About two out of three rehabilita- :ion clients In the thirteen counties iomprising the Resettlement Administration Sixth District hi Arkansas were successful in the 1035 program :nd will be retained in 1936, Frank .iorsfall, Sixth District . supervisor, announced Wednesday. Mr. Horsfall aid that a new client will be accepted Jor the new program for every one dropped. Persons dropped were those who, in he opinion of the voluntary RA county committees, cannot successfully •nrry out a farm and home program. Farm families who have exhausted their resources in a losing battle to ceep off relief rolls will be acccpteo in the new program. "Good clients, capable of rchabilita- .ion in the true sense of the word are essential if our program is to succeed," aid Mi. Horsfall. "We must have in- ustrious. intelligent people who are milling to work out their own cco- omic salvation." Mr. Horsfall explained that clients ill be granted loans for subsistence nd capital goods necessary in fol- owing u farm program. A well bal- need "live at home" program which, will make cash crops secondary to arden and feed crops, will be fol- owed under the supervision of .the Resettlement Administration and the Extension Service. Loans are to be cpaid in from two to. five years and will bear an interest rate of 5 per cent. Mr. Horsfall revealed that 2,715 'fam- lies participated in the 1935 rehabili- ation progrom in the Sixth District. Of this number, 981 will be dropped n 1936. Approximately 1,265 new client," will be added. . Prescbtt News in Brie By DALE f In the United Slate* during WH, Injuries in the home caused appro** Im&lely 34,<XX> fatalities, while autof mobile accident* took only 2000 moti than that number. MARGARET SUllAVAH So Red The Rose" SHOWING SUN & MON Mrs. J O Milam. Misses Map- i Ncilrly „ vcars ORO a of Unite Keith Joy p Neil! Rutlu ious gcnt , cn , cn jn Ncw Yo ,-k sat and Mouser and Harriet Story will spend IwllderCf , .„ , CI , K(h on „ , t b , he week end in Little Rock, where for ., ncw forcj . „ they .will hear Nelson bddy, sUir of !;hc calT j cd . they-,-,11 agreed, would the concert stage, opera and moving , iwcr do> u SUBgcstcc , nothi pictures in recital ol tne high school man(ic . But th ; ffnaU ^ auditorium, on Saturday evening. 7^. could not think of a better. .... - ~T* . , . Today they know (h;il 'Shnkesoearo Mane Barnes has returned home I had grounds when he wrote''"What's after a few weeks visit with friends j n ,., name?r-'Tpe Impossible" appe'- and relatives, in Mississippi and Ala- lation was Garbo. bama. . . ' — 4 i Mrs. Jake Reyenga of Emmet gave n bridal shower January 9 in honir of Mrs. Alfred Messer, who will be, remembered i>K the former Miss Louise j Piercy, before her marriage during the j Christrnas holidays. There were 1)0 | ^iiests at the shower. Mrs. Pearl' Richardson and Mrs. Earleen Hambric ushered the guests into the dining room, where Mrs. Rcyenga presided at a beautifully appointed table spread With'-sandwiches and eakcs and grape ( juic£t. Jfhe many lovely glftsvwerc 'displayed in the .living room. German Revolution in mSSJot 1918 Weekly Sunday School Lesson Mrs. Claude Mann of Malvcrn War-Time Revolt Only Socialist Uprising, Hit- j lerites Declare ! .BERLIN-(/p)»-Hitlcr's- "Vbclkischer Bccbachter" rapped an otherwise docile Berlin daily paper severely across the knuckles for what it charac- JESUS DECLARES HIS PURPOSE Text: Luke 4:[fi-30 The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson for January 26. By VW. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance The actual ininistry of Jesus began fittingly in His home town. Follow- i ing His baptism and the 40 days of re- tiromcnt nnd of temptation in the wilderness, He came to Nazareth, where He had been brought up. Here He entered the synqgog, where we may suppose He had been again and again, for we are told that it wns His custom to worship in the synagog on the Sabbath day. Jewish worship found its most inti- i mate expression in the synagog. We I might think of it. if we sought a med- j crn comparison, in tcrnis of the small village church in contrast to the temple or to the great city cathedral. H meant for Jesus coming into CHURTHES ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL f-undav January 2(1. 1936. Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. Mcrning prayer and sermon 11 a. m GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis Purtcll, Pastor Sunday school Sunday at 10 o'clock At 11 o'clock our pastor will deliver the morning message. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 Bro. Purtell will preach at Providence. Sunday night our young people' training course will give a program a McNeil. All other services as usual. The Rosaton Road club met Thursday afternoon with Mr*. 11 J. Kirk. These present were: Mr*, Gross, Mrs. Dolson, Mrs. Hnrtsell, Mr*. Brunson, Mrs. Wylle and baby, Miss Ruth Wylie, Mrs. Beck and baby, Mrs Jummins, Mrs. Yancey, Mrs. A. E. Cross, Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Thornton /Irs. Munn, Mrs. McKinney, Mrs Wilier, Miss Ruth Candiver, Mrs tforlhem and daughter Mary, and Mrs. 'lark from Los Angeles, Calif. A sur. prise micellancous shower Was given j :o two recent brides, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Harteell. Many lovely and use- .'ul gifts were given. Later in the ifternocn a delicious plate was served )y the hostess, Mrs. Kb-k and assisted jy Mrs. Vandlver and Mrs. Dolson. A .elightful time was had by all. The lub will meet at the home of Mrs. W. K. Yancey Thursday afternoon 'ebruary 6. Prescott regrets very much to lose mother of • its good citizens, as we lave learned'that Layman Dickerson, •oad salesman for the Logan Gro. Co. s moving soon to Waldo. Miss Imogene Munn entertained a 'ew of her friends at her home from :30 until 10 Wednesday night. Sev- ral games were played and refrcsh- nents were served .to Erl Hubbard, Ja'isy Neil Dickerson, Francis Wren, Billie Thornton, Alvin Durham, Charles Rae, Russel Steed, tCay-Bemis and Dorothy Ann Goe. Miss Wanda Kennedy a student of Ouachita 1 college, Lv spending this week en<l with parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Kennedy. •..'.. The parlor of the Broadway hotel was beautifully decorated with flowers Wednesday evening for the 1916 club, Mrs. Blake Scott being hostess for the occasion. , c&uqhdwp MIDICATID WITH INGREDIENTS OF VlCKS VAPORUB Modem successor to old-fashioned cough syrups... more convenient ... less expensive ... lingers longer in the throat. TO YOUR FORD DEALER'S ADVERTISEMENT FOR USED CAR BARGAINS Thii is the best time of the year to buy * ustd at —and your authorized Ford dealer a the be*t place to buy. if. The selection is large—due to the volume of trade-in* on the new ford V-8. Prices are low—and the trade-in value of your present car is higher now than it will be if you wait till Spring. Check the values your Ford dealer is advertising—and take advantage of the liberal terms and allowances which he U offering noir. „.,„.,ju,». f«... ,i.,.,- :., tKit- ,it,, ,,,i(W «n..unn.o tui iviiui 11 cnnrac- ti iiicani n/i ^t-suj, cuuiin^ nnu in- r tlS ^T H^r"^ n $ 'T^. ns n «'-' lss " lu '»":'-' "»moiy. re- ' circle of His friends and fellow towns- Mr. Mann who is director of Dis-, trict No. 7 for the Works Progress AdJ ministration. fcrring to the establishment of the men. German republic in 1!I18 by a rabble ' But that is not always the friendliest of Jews, Marxists, deserters and mu- and easiest circle for a man entering tineers brought with Bolshevist mon- on a prophetic ministry. Jesus said ey, was not the German revolution, i later, not without a touch of bitter- E N D S DICK P O W ELL RUBY KEELER 'Shipmates Forever' SATURDAY Hi-re's another swell double program that you'll like— All No. 5 "Call of the Savage" An old frlrnd and a great actor. Patnios The Patmos Demonstration club met hi the home of Mrs. Ben Bums. The opening song was, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Followed by (he devotional-which was led by Mrs. Tnm Drake. iNew yours welcnmcd by Mrs. Oliver Rider. After ringing; the club SOUK each member answered the roll call will a new year's resolution. After the leaders were appointed for the coming yeaf the hostess served apples and p°P corn balls to 22 mem- bcrs and 5 visitors. Next meeting-will bo lit the home of Mrs. Olive Rider. . All* n The Allen club met January 10 at thn home of Mrs. Lee Garland. There were 17 club women present and three visitors. The meeting was called to jrder by the president Mrs. P. .1. Holt. We sang the "Old Rugged Cross," Hid Miss Griffin conducted the devotional. TliC minutes of our last meet- ng wore road and approved. A new ; roll was formed. j The next business was to appoint! members to conduct the devotionals ( .hroughout the year. They are: Feb- "The German revolution occurred January 30, 1933." (Date of Hitler's assumption of power.) ness, that a man's foes should be th'isc of his own household. It must have been a strange scene as this young man, known among as a carpenter, who had evident- ri'ary, Mrs. P. J. Holt; March, Mrs. l.V Jiivpn little public anticipation of Carrol Allen; April, Mrs. Webb Lnscter his ministry, suddenly stood up in the ! May, Mrs. Marvin Jones; June, Mrs. synagog. and, reading from the book j Lee Garland; July, Mrs. Vcrnon of (ne prophet Isaiah the description j Echoolcy; August, Mrs. Clifford Ru.s- of 'he servant of the Lord manifest- sell; September, Mrs. Carrol Schooley; ' n P '' 1C divine anointing by preaching October, Miss Lara Lcc Duckc-tt; No- i (.'ood tidings to the poor and other ben- eficcnt acts, closed the pook and publicly declared that these things were to be fulfilled in himself. The effect, apparently, was at first Mrs. Ruffin White; March, Mrs. Web were so surprised that they were HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE ; Bert Webb, Pastor ; The Tabernacle Sunday school I meets at 9:45 each Sunday morning and you arc hereby extended a hearty invitation Ic be present next Sunday. The pastor will speak at the 11 o'clock service and again in the evening at the 7:30 evangelistic meeting. Children's church and young peoples meeting at 6:30 p. m. The regular weekly bible study is held each Thursday evening at 7:30 and the doctrine of Sanctification is (he subject for next week. This is a public meeting, all nre welcome, bring your bible and come. A U T H O R I Z ED D 1 A L E R S CHURCH OF CHRIST Gilbert Cope-land, Minister vember, Mrs-. Ruffin White; December Mi.ss Pauline Jones. The meeting places for the club throughout the years wre: February, Lasoter; April, Mr;;. Carroll Schoolcy; fwept away at first by His gracious May, Mrs. P. J. Holt; June, Mrs. Car- i words. They marveled, and they said, roll Allen, July, Mrs. Marvin Jones; August, Miss Lara Lee Duckett; September, Mrs. Vcrnon Schooley; October. Mrs. F. P. Holt; November, Mrs. Rill Sehooley; December, Miss Isabel! Schooley. Miss Griffin i;avc a lecture demonstration un plans for our years work. Several interesting games were played and enjoyed by all. Refreshments svere served by the hostess. "Is not this the carpenter? Is nut this ( Joseph's son?" j But the after-effect was that voiced | protest that so often rises in human life against cue who presumes to rise above his own environment. "Who is this man that he should talk thus'.' Why has he set himself up as a prophet?" I' SPECIAL! No<e Book Filler Taper 45 Sheets 3c E-Z-I Filler Paper 45 Shwts, l"c (itw'ity 5c RPLED E / 1 100 Sheet*, 20c (juallty 10 cents JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Pliiinu 63 H0j>«, Ark. Established_188f The Green Lasater Honv.; Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. H. I.. Li-wallet! -m Tuesday. January 7, with 11 members and Miss Griffin I u csen I. The meeting was called to order by the vice president, .Mrs. Miss Helen Griffin led the devotional after which a short business session uated. was held and plans were made for the year. The met ting adjourned to meet with Mrs. D. F. Wiggins in February. With that swiftness with which popular sentiment can change, those who had listened at first with wonderment were now fil.'ed with wrath. Here was one who feemed to be setting himself up as a religions teacher with presumption and without authority. The defenders of authority in Na/.- aretii were outraged; they rose in wn-th, sei/cd Jesus, and brought Him Albritton. i forth to the brow of the high hill, en- cliff, on which their village was sit- Here they would have thrown Him down headlong, but the record i; that Jesus mysteriously passed through the midst of them anil went His way. What strange and deplorable things AleNnh men have done, and continue (o (1) Tlie McNiib Home Demonstration in the name of zeal for religion! With club met at the himie of Mrs. John ' what violence; men dare to defend the Hi'vcs January 23, with -the County authority of the conventional' in in- Apent Miss Helen Griffin present. istituthns and teachings against the The meeting began with devotional i authority <f truth and the prophet reading, 121 Psalm by Miss Murrul ' who flares to proclaim its new forms Bible classes for the entire family so arranged to be the most interesting, begins at 10 o'clock. Preaching ut U. The subject, "By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Iliem." The evening services nre as follows: young peoples meeting at G, preaching at 7, with "Church Building" as the subject. You arc 1 welcome. Oak Grove Mr. and Mrs. Jim Skinner were bed tinm guests of Mrs. Ernest Ross and children Monday night. Ernest Ross, Edward Allen and Fred Camp of Rotlcssa, La., .spent the week end with their home folks. Miss Rena Nell Mullins and Delora Sparks spent Friday night with Miss Mario Collier. Mi. and Mrs. Cecil Woodul and (laughter called on Mr. and Mrs. Ern- itft Ross and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Skinner spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. Lee England of Sliover Springs spent Friday night with Mrs. Ernest Ross and children. Miss Catherine Ross called on Mrs. Leo Collier a while Mondoy evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Collier spent the week end with relatives of Spring Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Lee England and Watson uncl Ted Rhodes .spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ro.s.s and family. OBOY! What Good Things To Eat! Glazed Doughnuts Butter-Fly Bolls Delicious Pies BREAD Made Frotti ; "Home Recipes" CITY BAKERY A HOPE INSTITUTION Vf I'M? ER *JB! E A U T Y AIDS for Proper Skin Care Kt.-i-|>ii>K >i:ur sUin soft and smooth during the winter uKUitlis will !»• easy if you will use u good line of coMiu-iu'.i regularly and'will give yourself a beauty (icalmrnt every nlslit. C'lioose your rcMinetics from .minus U:»i.st listed l>elo«—Ihi'y arc the choice of the niiJJo-'ii.v <•' wmm-ii in Hope, Berbara Gould, Max Factor, Carlton, Elizabeth Aiden, Harriett Hubbard Ayers John P. Cox Drug Co. Phone 84 We Give Eagle Stamps \i Price Sale on All Gift Goods Harnc.s. The Lord's prayer was repeated by all. The roll call and secretary's report by Mrs. B. Jones. There i were IS members pr.e.senl. i The remaining par! of the time was' [ .•.pent making table m;it.s to prevent hot dishes from affecting oilcloth. Ni-xt meeting will be at the homo of Mrs. G. K. Suggs, February 27. The demonstration will no on making rugs from i'i>K strings and oilier .strings. and its new applications'. Spring Hill Percy Yocoin and sisters, Mackzine and Ixji-a Francis of Kilgore, spent the week end with realtives here. Seleus Atkins visited home folks at Karatuga Saturday and Sunday, he is papering and painting F. J. Hill's m;vv residence. The HOIK.well Demonstration club | Mrs. Nedra Light and baby Helen ini-t nt tin: home of Mrs. J. A. Fowler, ' Lou of near I'atmcs were visiting with with I!) members answering the roll friends here Monday. 1'crry Yocoin and family moveil back to Spring Hill from Kilgore Saturday. We regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Bc-n Wilson from the coiiiiniinily. they .nv moving to tile river this week. Quite u few of the friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smill' met together Monday and gave them u nice housekeeping shower, they received many useful gifts, and they thank everyone. call. We had two new members and six visitors. Mrs. •'ess Anderson led the devotional. fjllowed by thu Lord's prayer. Mi.--.s Griffin tuive <i di-immsirati'jn en how lo make hot di.ih mat.s and ruys. after which we played some games. Tlic- hostess serveii delightful re- V2 ON ALL DRESSES THE GIFT SHOP (Sirs. (*. I*. Holland O'Clock 0 SUPER SUDS—Vk* .9c PALMOL1VE—Bar :. 4c C. W. SOAP Large Bars 5 For 19C Mrs. Tucker's n Lb . SHORTENING}} carton ICEBURG T O L--E--T E X Oil. COMPANY ul-5 Hal. Ui-tJrude $1,5Q Lube Oil Phone 370 Day and We will ineel. iiKui Mrs. Jess Anilerson. in February with Spciial for iliis WecK S-tube RADIO Made by G-E $| Has Airplane Dial. t'oir.pli'le With Tubes BRIANT'S Drug Store LETTUCE YELLOW ONIOHS CABBAGE POTATOES CARROTS ORANGES CRANBERRIES APPLES Head Pound 2 Lb 10 150s TEXAS Bunch Doz. Pound Dozen 4c 4c 5c 19c 3c 25c 15c 15c See Us Before You Buy FLOUR. LARD & SUGAR AGON TALL KORN Sliced Lb. 31c BEEF ROAST Choice K. C. 15c Lb BRAINS Calf or Pork FRESH IOC Set PORK ROAST CHOICE LbISC BACON PIGMY SQUARES SAUSAGE Pure Pork Country Style LARD BULK LbISC CHEESE No. 1 Full Cream n22c DRY SALT JOWLS 16c Lb OYSTERS, LAMB, AND COOKED SHR|MP_ GRANDMOTHER'S BREAD 16 oz. LOAF 8c RAISIN BREAD ... lOc 3V2 Lb ROLLED OATS Ann Page PORK Can IONA Salad Dressing AJAX SOAP 7 B 19

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