Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 28, 1939 · Page 3
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•./Thursday. September 28.1930 SOCIETY HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS jfrra. Sid Henry if— If you can keep your head when all about you Arc losing their and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubling too; . If you can wail imd not be tired by wailing, Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or, being linlcd, ilon't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good, nor Unlk too. wise; « ^m If you can- talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with kings— nor lose the common touch; If neither foes nor loving friends can hurl you; If all men count with you, but none too much; If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds' worth of distance run — Yours is the Earlh and everything thatSsin il, And, which is more— you'll be a Man, my son! . . . Kipling by request. Mrs. Frank Hearne and Mrs. Hugh Jones were Wednesday visitors in Tcxm-kana. Telephone 321 Faddln, Treusuor, lyiiss Mlibcl Beaden, llislonm, Miss'Gladys Weisiier, Flag Dourer, Miss Nelouise Broylcs Reporter, Miss Carolyn Trimbl Miss Hall favored the chapter with a number of well endued piano numbers after which cookies and sandwiches were served. Capt. and Mrs. Robert Vcscy and daughters, Misses Jcannoltc and Belly, who have spent the past few weeks in and around New York City; after an ocean voyage, via the Panama Canal have reached San Francisco and will set sail on the Transport, U. S. Grant on October .|th for Ihe Philippines where Capt. Vcscy and family will be stationed for the next two years. Bishop H. Bland Mitchell of Lit.tlc Rock held a Parish meeting al Saint Marks Episcopal church in this city Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The Clara Lowthorpe chapter, C of C. held its September meeting Wednesday afternoon al, the home of Miss Rosalyn Hall on South Main. Following the opening ritual and the regular routine of business, Mrs. H. C. Whitworth, Director installed the following offices: President, Miss Mary Sue Kent, First Vice president, Miss Mary Wilson, Second Vice president Miss Rose Marie Henclrix, third vice president, Miss Mary Jo Monroe . Secretary, Miss Mary Ross Mc- In celebration of his fourth birthday anniversary. Muster Henry Som- 'mervillo Jr., enlerlaincd about thirty two of ills young friends ul a party on Wednesday afternoon nt the home of his'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sommorcillo on North Klin street. The guests were greeted.with on assortment of ballons and oilier attractive novelties and after a number of delightful games, they were served ice cream and cookies and pop corn balls. The decorations were featured With a beautiful birthday cake topped with four lighted caiHlles, H is with deep regret that we note the passing of one of our old time colored friends, Marcus Glover, who passed on at liis home in this ciiy Thursday September 28th. Marcus was one of that crowd that belonged to the old days, grew up with Hope, and counted as his friends, Hope's best citizens, some of whom have preceded him. In thai solemn calm which stills The moanings of despair, And frees the'spirit from (he hills The body cannot bear . , Selected. PAGETHEEE Poland Afire From Nazi Bombs II. G. Wells says this is just 191418. Then, again it may he the Northern Division Conference playoffs of the war waged in Spain these la.st three years. The report is still unconfirmed that, the Bremen was last seen floating in the Great Suit Lake. A Massachusetts town forbids children to bring apples lo the teacher. Next tiling we know they won't let thorn put frogs and mice; in her desk. Indian summer is again with us. hut to the limide we can give the reassuring report that there will be no attack by savages this year. Reports from London, Berlin, and Warsaw convince us (here are hostilities in Europe, but after eading them we're not quite sure whether there are three wars o one going on. they'll have to leave out most of the bibulous side. "Tha's right," said Maxie Rosenbloom. "People don't like lo sec loo much religion in Ihe movies," Spectacular staging ami the new icondm'y are blended in "Broadway Melody of 1940"; with the aid of a :ouplc of huge mirrors, 4D Eleanor Powells and 49 Fred Astaires will be een doing a dance. . . . Good bit in 'Gambling Ship"; Wayne Morris al- lenlively watches customers playing a long line of slot machines, none of which pays off. Pretty soon he goes over and puts a penny in a peanut vending machine. Nothing comes out. A group of aboul 12 liberal writers lollaboratcd on a scenario of "School or Barbarians" by Erika Mann, laughter of Thomas.' They expected lo produce the picture themselves, but now the big studios are bidding for he story about the education of young Nazis. . . . John Monk Saunders has whipped up a yarn about the organ- zation in Paris of a ballalion of Death —old people, diseased people, and peo- ile who haven't much to live for. Sold I for ?25,000 before he even git it all clown on paper. . . . Universal is revising and will reissue "The Road 3ack," which was a flop because all the punch was taken out of it in order lot to offend Germany. Flying Arrows Hit Sol Gores When you saw men in "Robin Hood" lit hard by fast-flying arrows, the ar- •ows were all shot by Howard Hill and the victims were almost all a lone stunt 'man named Sol Gorss. He got i!50 for every arrow that plunked into the dangerously small wood-and- mutiil shield worn under his tunic. The studio thought he'd want more money to be shot in the back for a scene in 'Elizabeth and Essex," but he asked only §100 per arrow. "It's worth 50 . (NEA Cablepholo) Flames swept the Warsaw suburb of Trass, above, as Nazi planes dropped incendiary bombs. At left, stand's a Polish butcher whose daughter was reported burned to death in this air raid HOLLYWOOD Studios Up Production to New High as War Curtails Film Work in Europe HOLLYWOOD—Short takes: The number of new pictures in production is the highest in three years. American boxofficu receipts are up and are We Giv6 Eagle Stamps Friday - Saturday Double Feature i US Tim McCoy — and — Early Arizona" PERFECTION CLEANSING TISSUES THURSDAY - FRIDAY FIGHT PICTURES Hound by Round TOOTH PASTE Quart !N0S CREAM TWEED UX SOAP Read in Bed While Your Roommate SPOT LITE BED LAMP TWO SLICE BREAD TOASTER DOUBLE SEWED WHISK BROOM Complete OO .They're in the Army Now Freshly changed from civilian clothes to army uniforms, French reservists get a first sample of army grub as coflce is poured at barracks "somewhere in France." bucks," he said, "not to see 'em coming." Jack Mulhall, Jr., look me out to visit the set of Paramount's "Campus Wives." In the picture were Jean Cagney, Jimmy's kid sister; Barbara Denny, daughter of Reginald; Hal Roach's daughter, Margaret; and Mary Jane Hogan, sister of Director James Hogan. . . . Charles Chaplin has a story ready for Paulete Goddard. It's "Vullejo Kiddie." a sort of Pygmalion yarn originally acquired by Metro for Jean Harlow. It takes approximately 24 hours for a new day to dawn completely around the earth. Another 24 hours are required for the completion of thai day al the last time zone. At the vcy moment the day dies there, the third day dawns in the first zone. DR. A. L. HARDAGE- DENTIST Announces the opening of offices for the practice of General Dentistry Citizens National ' Bank Building Office Phone 827 Res. Phone 655W CHILLS AND FEVER ffere's Relief From Malaria! C Don't let Malaria torture you! Don t shiver vmh chills and burn With fever. 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