Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 14, 1939 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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SOCIETY Be ft friend. You don't need money: Just a d sposition sunny; Just the wish to help another Gel along some way or other; •Ju.st a kindly hand extended' '-Out to one who's unbefriended; Just (he will lo give or lend, This will malic you someone's friend Ue n friend. You don't need glory. Friendship is a simple story. Pass by trifling errors blindly, Gaze on honest effort kindly, Cheer (he youth who's bravely trying I ily him who's sadly sighing; Just a little labor spend On the dulie.s of n friend. He a friend. The pay is bigger U'hough not written by a figure) Hum is earned by people clever hi what's merely self-endeavor You II have friends imtenl of neighbors £or thf profits of your labors' You II be richer in the end 'linn a prince, if you're a friend -E. A. G.' J«.hn Wimherly ,,f Kings-port, Ten,,., M T'»r'' Ul KllWil " f his P'»'cnl«, Mr. and M,- s . ,f. W . Wimberlv an<l other home folks. W I. Greenwald and Arthur LoPagc » Texas A. & M . College. College .Slat),,,,, Texas, will be week end "lests of Miss Martha Ann Sing.e, M, u'";r," f hl!r " nrcnts - Mr. and •Mi:-. W. I>. Singleton. ^ The regular 'monthly business mcct- H,!! r,"« Ai . ; " i ' t ' nn c{a ^ ^ the First M.M .Sunday school was, held n '!«-•. 'mm,, of Mrs. W. P. Singleton ^^r^ m ™' msotr ™™™* <- u ted for Ihe new church year p res "Ion. Miss Jewell Barllelt; fir'st vice Pres.den, Mrs. „. M J 0 nes; secom ,' C " '"•'"<'< ""'• Mrs. H. H. Elliot- thi™ *'«•«• President. Mrs. Mary Anna H, son; fourth vice president, Miss Floy Mae Russell; secretary and Ireasurer. Mis GVnera Evnns. Group captains, Mrs. W. C. Page nnd Mis Olive Jackson. The different circles of the W M V of the First Baptist church will mec Monday afternoon us follows Cirri No. 1 will meet at 3 o'clock at th homo of Mrs. Franklin Horton; Clrcl No. 2 will meet nt Z:M H i (he home o Mrs. J S. Gibson. Sr, Circle No. 3 a 2.-.10 at the home of Mrs. Frank Ward Circle No. 4 at thc home of Mrs. Joe Wade al 2:30. Circle No. 5 at 2-'tO -, the home of Mrs. Clm.de Hamilton hast .Second street. H^^flT"* • ^^^gg^T'^fegBHJeit n< fjm * M^M>~^*I 11^ i ill Disney Uses Many Variations ^ in Scenes for 'Pinocchio' Miss Belt,, Lanier, charming daugh- «; of Mr. and Mrs. John Lanier of Brmkley ,s the week-end guest of S,t. MiMrWl McCllIlcc " l 1|R1 White Harold King of Dallas, Texas, has Pont the past ten days vacationing v. , his 'mother, Mrs. T. n. King and ither home folks. The Hope Band Auxiliary senior and "'">r il.visloh, will have „ very im- ortant business meeting Tuesday af- crnoon at the high school »| ; ):3 o A1 | and mothers are urged to be present. Nazi JEjdiibition CHURCH NEWS Morning prayer, services' conducted ».v Lay Header at 11 o'clock. FIRST BAPTIST William It. Hamilton. Pastor '"Hie Friend of the Bridegroom" will IH- the .seimon .subject Sunday morning at 10:55. , "Thou. In Thy Lifetime." will be the •subject Sunday night at 7:30 The 1-astor will preach at both services Sunday school at 9:45; Baptist Train'"'., Union at «:30; Mid-week service Wednesday at 7:30. A cordial invitation is extended lo he public to worship ;„ ,|ic First Baptist church. ' Sunday is Fellowship Visitation dav - I'-Wd that all church members wil spend some time visiting each "O'er m Christ's Name somelmve dm- 'ng the afternoon. II i, 'Y 1 ™ 10 '"'^ BAPTIST llollis A. Purlli.. pastor No(,ce, Sunday School meets nt • :)0 A. M. We hope that all members < the Sunday school will note this KinKomtime and be present and on t. Tins change ,s made in order tli.it we miKhl get through for the .Mngmg convention that meet w ' , our Church Sunday. All Classes of (he B Y P T p «'i" meet at MS . Let us not forsake the- assembling of ourselves together (Continued irom Page One; In the light of the Lightning War, .one observers think Congress will be 'sked for more money for mechani-/.-.-' »'«i which, to the Army, means tanks and armored cars. Trucks and other motor vehicles mean •• mo tori/ation"-in which we are als deficient. T,, Build Our Anil-Tank Defense Mechanization advocates sav it is not too expensive. Thc whole 329 light tank order will cost $0,000 000 U'lircn would buy few more than'six Hying Fortress" air bombers A tank costs from $17,000 to S-IO 000 to make, and the whole of our present earbiireator cavalry costs $90 ; , ,,iilc to ride. Pretty cheap to win a war in three wcek.s. Of course, the Lightning War showed Poland weak in anti-tank defence »'id -so are we. We are trying 'to ihange thal.and during the last'few clays at Fort Meade. Md., 4000 troops have been experimenting with a new vest-pocket anti-tank mine weighing len pounds which, hidden in tall grass ' shutters tank-treads. Also, they have been experimenting wilh anti-lank guns—afl-calibre machine guns ibai pierce half-inch armor at 700 vards I and newer 37-millimetre guns.' ' But of our heaviest anti-tank weapon Ihe 75. only 500 are being modcr- ii'/od. The new 105 is still expcri- 1 ' Mental. So are some other things in >ur anti-tank defense, but they are H'ing speeded up. yNub.xly can be blind to a Lightning NEXT: How lhc Lightning \\; ir strikes at cumnuinicatlons. THE THEATER Jimmy • " lhc ©\Valt niKnny Prod length .Walt Disney fea: cat; Cleo the .goldfish; Lindburgh Opposes (Continued from Page One) should give them LAST TIME SATUKDAY CONTINUOUS II) a. m. to 1! p •„, 2 — K1KST IU!N PICTUIIES — •> HOOT GIBSON . in . " "Till: LOCAL HAD MAN" ' AND ' " (' O N S P 1 K A C y" With ALAN LANE, LYNDA HAYES and ROBERT BAHRAT * ALSO • Cliaple, (i "DAKEDEVIUS _OF THE KED CIRCLE" Sunday - Monday DOUBLE FEATURE CLAHENCE BROWN'S Production "Of Human Hearts" wilh Walter Huston • James Stewart • Hotilah Bondi • Guy Kililioe • Clmrlrs Cohurn ' John Carradinc FHiST TIME IN HOPE JEAN PARKER • i,, • "She Married a Cop" Wilh PHIL REGAN • JEROME COWAN and DOROTHEA KENT LATEST NEWS EVICTS "OPENING GAME OF THE WORLD SERIES" own dollars. We no opportunity." At the outset of his- speech, Lindbergh declared that the Western Hemisphere "is our domain." 'It is our right to trade freely within it," he said. 'From Alaska to Labrador, from the Hawaiian islands to Bermuda, from Canada to South America, we must allow no invading army to set fool." But he assorted that while we will protect 'our sister American nations Irom foreign invasion,' they have a duly to us: "They .should not place u.s in the position of having to defend them in America while they engage in wars abroad. "Can we rightfully permit any country in America to give bases to I foreign warships, or to send its army abroad to fight while it remains secure in our protection at home? This was a reference to Canada, which is a belligerent. President Roosevelt has laid down the policv the United Stales would not permit any foreign force (o conquer Canada. By PAUL HARRISON NBA Service Staff CorrcsoomloiK HOLLYWOOD _ Somewhere bo- 7 C w t 'V- rply «••'•!'!«<> deliberation of Walt Di.sney and (he impatience of distributors who want to begin collecting on second full-length animal- en feature, skips ;,„ unconcerned F.nucchio - n,,, ,, uppet who brought to life by the Blue Fairy His future is assured now. his destiny drawn on hundred* of thousands of sheets of celluloid. His friends •••re |'H about him too-Gcpello. the woodcarvcr; Figaro, the kitten; Jimmy Cricket, and a goldfish named Ueo And his enemies—Monstro. the whale; Stmmholi, the evil puppet master; the ruffian cat. Giddy, and the ••% fox. J. Worthington Foulfellow Uf course there's no telling when Lisney. the perfectionist, may reject or rc'vise something. But considering Hit- fact that ho already has scrapped a total of five months' work on th picture, the belting j. s ,|,., t Disney now has JUKI about what he wants. The job that remains is one of multitudinous details-sound, special effects ,,f annimation, and transition scene:;. 'Pinocchio" probably will be released about Feb. 15. The cost will be a little more than 51,500000 Occasionally the big mousc-ancl- < uck man. in a burst of optimism, declares that his organisation is geared to the production of an animated I eature every six ,„• eight months Hill K doesn't work out that way 'Snow White" of course was a technically experimental venture and was four years in the making by a staff of MO,,. "Pinacehio" preLted re ' latively few new problems y<n it wil have been two years in the factory ,". ! ,'nn J '"- Vm " "° w " l ""kcr.s '""re lhan 1100. "L'ambi." which was to have beei completed early this year, will be eon, probably, in 1S42. In between will come the classical fantasy, .still untitled. comprising a group'of animated interpretations of selections played by LeoPold Stokowski and the Phila- Sunday at Saenger NEW Thc surge and thunder of war contrasted with the even more dm rnalic struggles that go on within hu man hearts in "Of Human Hearts which opens Sunday at the New thea for, with Waller Huston in his fi picture since his triumphs in "Dods worth." James Stewart and Beula Bondi. Tense dramatic moments, poignan tragedy, lively comedy and Ihe thrill of war are woven into the Honore Morrow story of pioneer Ohio preach er, deftly directed by Clarence Brown wilh the same human touches he usec in "Ah Wilderness!" Houston's preformance as Ethan Wilkins, the conscientious but zealous circuit rider is an impressive human document. Stewart plays the son who prefrs medicine to thd ministry, which jrmgs a rift in the family. Miss Bondi Mays the wife and mother who follows Kith blindly in her adoration. Father nnd son fight, the son leaves r or medicau college, the father dies The mother sells all she owns to educate the boy. During the war he be- •omes a great surgeon, but forgets his ragedy-stricken mother until Lincoln hows him his path in life. Though lot n war picture, thrilling flashes of var are shown. Most of the action s in a quaint village on the beautiful hores of Lake Arrowhead. Clyde De Vlnna's photography is outstand- ng. Intimate glimpses into human character are given by Charles Coburn u.<: the bibulous village doctor, Guy Kibbce as the skinflint, storekeeper, Clem Bevans as the deaf elder, Arthur Aylesworth. Gene Lockhart and other .'•killed character players. Thc characterization of Lincoln is done by John Carridino. Lealrice Joy Gilbre't plays Ann Rutherford, the heroine as a child, and Gene Reynolds enacts Stewart's boyhood. Hundreds appear in thc war and cowd sequences. The second featue on this double pi ogram is "She Married a Cop" with Jean Parker and Phil Reagon. Also on the above program .we have the war and crowd sequences, and other latest news events. The Birds Flock to His Homes ABERDEEN. Wash.—(A 3 )—Fred Hew- clt "just can't leave carpenter tools alone." That's why he's known as the "bird landlord" of southwest Washington. Hewett puts originality in his bird houses. They range from one-room boxes (o colonial-type mansions, from multi-roo'med tenements and bunk- buses to pagodas and skyscrapers. He's got 36 distinctive bird shelters on his own property. AJ1 his neighbors have two or three stuck around their places. He's made 74 houses in the past six months. 1940 Chevrolet* Make Their tim styli &&^££F??£^ ta^ CIiww " delphia Legal Notice Warning Order IN THE I-TEMPSTEA.D CHANCERY COURT ETHEL FRANKLIN et al Plaintiffs, v. FRANK HENDERSON et al Defendants The defendant Frank Henderson is icreby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the j complaint of the plaintiffs herein. Witness my hand and seal as clerk of lid court on this 13th day of October, RALPH BAILEY •SEAL) Clei . k Get. 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4. Westinghouse RADIOS HOPE HARDWARE COHPflHV Symphony. i' Great Caution in Makinc Film •o just seen some "Pinochio" •es'. photographed in black and from Ihe original drawings and several color tests. Both provide new evidence ,,f the meticulous caution used in making such a feature i-riini the animators' pencil sketches, the complete picture is shot-along with dialog and sound effect.s-so that Disney and his editors can critixe it. When they have refined it Hs f .,,. as possible in that medium, (he sketches are cleaned up so that the figures ecu be traced on (lie celuloid sheets or "cells." Throughout the picture, key scenes are completely painted with' minute yaratmns. then photographed and pro- jecled a.s color lesls. For example I saw seven slightly different treiit- "icnls of (he scene in which the wood carver finishes painting the face ol Pinocchio and then picks him up and walks away. One te.st would be in rather bright colors, another paler; one would use dark shadows behind the figures another light shadows, a third no sha- dow.s. Such tests have been made of hundreds of scenes The labor involved is staggering even lo think about. When a certain treatment is ap proved by Di.sney, that part of th, Unished film can be made. Abou iOOO shades and colors of pjum arc used by the girls who do the filling-!,. All the paints and inks are madi in the studio laboratory. Bliii- Fairy's Face Won't Flicker A now color development for this picture i.s called "blend." Remember, lor example, how Snow Whit's arms were a solid monotone, and look lint? The arms of the bcatuenus Blia I'liiry will assume roundness through' shading applied on the other side ol Ihe celluloid sheets-the side nearest Ihe camera. Incidentally, the Blue 1-air.ys face W o,,'t nicker as Snow Whits did. "Pinocchio" wont have much sing- U'K. though Cricket warbling "When You Wish Upon a Slur." The amiable msec!, uses the voice of Cliff Edwards, Waller Called has done Ihe talking for ihe villaninous fox, and Evelyn Vencable is the voice of the Blue *air.v. Pmocohio's lines are spoken by Dickie Jones. Figiiro. the kitten, is as voiceless •'»d ingratiating as Dopey the dwarf. Like Dopey, too, he'll probably steal Ihe show. Carole Lombard, Gary Grant nnd Kay J ,-ancis in the top row characterizations. "In Name Only" comes }o movie-goes with one of the most high Powered, clostly stellar casts ever nt-signcd to one picture One of the- very f cw screcn , tmnments to develop, the 'other woman s SI dc, •],, N!)mt , On , ih emotion-gripping power how a wily wife strives lo bear Ihe loss of her husband to another woman with whom he has fallen in love. AlthouL - wife openly admits ,ha, she Z not love her husband, she wants lo keep him only f or thc , uxuri 'cial posit,,,,, he gives her 7 he situation devclops-with the M es uncrupulous fight ,„ retain her *KUus and to keep her husband's par- ignorant of (be true circumstances —to a stirring climax, after a lightning fast series of stirring highlights which mark 'In Name Only" as one of the yea's most significant productions. Miss Lombard's role as the waiting woman represents a departure form her recent cycle of comedienne portrayals. Grant depicts the unhappy husband, while Miss Francis plays a« ihe selfish wife. Charles Coburn. Helen Vinson. Kathorine Alexander Jonathan Hale and Maurice Moscovich have important supporting roles in 'In Name Only," an RKO Radio Picture directed by John Cromwell from a screenplay based on the best-seller •Memory of Love," by Bessie Bruer (Continued from p age O ne) causes things to be easier for him in I IH; home and school. The child must select his own occupation. Thc par- tnls cannot .select it f or hi,,,. How ninny square pegs have we today in er. After that lie u'l.ntu ,>,!„,,*,. • ' ', ."""'—" '"-*••' ""vu \\u ioaav in 'hip,, nimily life T Vcn l,e nT^T ! I'Tn h °^ >"* becnuse "^ dlild "ad he h^jo be i to follow the occupation, or work sel- c oc:tecl f "r him by his parents. The must lines )f .service. Do .something 'for some one U-e.individually or collectively. The ,,•...• A ' I s s <-'''vice, service for the •hildren of our nation. Thei testification of t makes life the P bettor T. for' is no A. unless (he schools now see thai children he educated along certain lines they wish to follow. They must . be educated in high schools so they can earn their own living. We must eel- ucate for economic efficiency. New responsibilities lhal have developed since Sepl. 2 has doubled thc re- sponisbilities of p a ,. en(s and t eac hers Thank God that our children can still go to school. We must leach boys and girls to live the American way in a democracy. Teach them to take care of themselves mentally and physically Irani them as Americans." Mrs. R. V. Hall, First Vice Presidei A. C. P. T. spoke on the subjec Education for Civic Responsibility The trouble with the world today thc- lack of accepting responsibility said Mrs. Hall. She continued Teach the child from the very begin nmg to accept responsibility! Ther are HO million boys and girl's back in school, and one million teachers. Th United Stales believes in mass educa don. This is a government of th> People, for (he people and by th people. Then lets teach our childre, to think for themselves, and thinl straight. Be not swayed by everythin they hear. As teachers and parents we will think this thing through intelligently, and accept the civic re- ponsibility th defend this great democracy of ours. Law observance i-hould be taught in schools. Teach our children when they get something for nothing, some one else gets nothing about Ihe things the government is doing. Vote, and vote intelligently. It is your civic duty to vote. It is your civic duty to pay your taxes. As parent-teacher members, let us help the schools accomplish the good they are doing, and we can do a lot if we accept the responsibility." The district meeting will be held in lexarkana in 1940. BlueFoirylBrings Puppet Pinocchio to Life New Chevrolet Makes Appearance New Models Put On Display In Dealer's Sales Rooms DETROIT, Mich.—Three completely re-styled series of Chevrolet passenger cars, combining greater length and width with much more massive appearance, and embodying many mechanical refinements. made their formal public bow Saturday at the National Automobile Show and in Chevrolet dealers' salesrooms from coast to coast. Overall length has been increased 4 3-8 inches, a change which makes the new line outstanding for its sleekness and grace. Rnprovements, aside from styling, in which sweeping changes are made, include provision of Chevrolet's exclusive vacuum power shift as regular I equipment on all models of all three 1 series, helical syncro-mesh transmission, with silent low and reverse as well as silent intermediate and high, 1 and numerou revisions affecting safety, 1 comfort, convenience, performance,' and long life. Knee-action and shock- less steering are featured on the Special De Luxe and Master De Lux series, conventional I-beam front axle with sewi-elliptic springs and airplane- type shock absorbers being retained on , the Master 85. ® : Yerger Grid Team Wins 3rd Contest Swamp Nashville Under 48 to 0 Score Here Friday The Yerger High School football team defeated Nashville, 48 to 0, in the third game of the season for the local negro school here Friday afternoon. The Tigers are reported to be stronger than last season and are gunning for the state championship. Yerger goes to Texarkana for a game next week. 29,150 Ton Royal (Continued from Page Onel tries," Sweden. Denmark, Iceland and Finland. Officials here professed to be optimistic regarding the chances of a peaceful outco'me of the Russian-Fin- lish negotiations. They predicted Sussia would not go beyond demands 'or control of three small islands in he Finnish gulf and a guaranty that he Aafand Islands at the mouth of the Except for Ihe difference in front I {?",!/, ° f .u^™ 3 ^ U ' d "* * ^^ karher this year Moscow raised strong suspension and the use of a slightl higher gear ratio on the Master 85, th chassis of the three series are practice' ly identical. All are of the sam wheelbase; and the power plant is th same throughout. It is the time-trie Chevrolet six-cylinder valve-in-hea engine, revised in several particulai in the interests of silent operatioi smoothness, and Inog life. Thes changes affect the oil system, the valv mechanism, and the camshaft, an in the two latter cases involve chang n manufacturing practice as well a n design. In appearance, the 1940 Chevrolet lew from bumper to bumper. Bodies enders, hood, and frame are co'iri- •letely re-designed, to embody low- S.ntcr fl fl, BIU ° 1<<ai '?' hl ' ingS ^""'s wooden fu icir fo 7; nSC '' 0n f' C ''^el Has hard .in, i"Ji lcn,jth ffiilui-c cartoon until Bluo Fairy, 1'i-JiJ. boy. } PUPP.-t. Pmocchio, to life and e ives him'Jim ny'cHcket •"airy, ploat J^^^r^ '" WaU Di ^'™d Will cost Sl.OOodui) o, oduc'e °" 1Jemd ' tUl ™ him »"<> a---- — ! »« ^-»n»jw\j^ JUW~ lung grace. These changes result al- o in increased stability, since thej ower (lie center of gravity of the cai s a whole. Changes, except for trim nd extra equipment, are the same on 11 three series. The radiator grille, one of the most bvious outward changes, is much ower and wider. The massive chrome- lated horizontal bars at the lower art of this unit sweep outward to elude the fender area formerly occupied by auxiliary louvers. The alligator-jaw type hood has a deep, gracefully-rounded nose, and is designed m such a way that the line along which it opens is unnoticeable when the hood is closed. The hood is equipped with a theft-proof lock so that access to the engine compartment can be gamed only after releasing a control knob under the dash with the car. Releasing of the latter allows the hood's spring-loaded hinges to raise the nose, giving access to a secondary lock which releases it the rest of the way. This secondary lock prevents the hood from being jarred or blown open while Ihe car is in 'motion, even if the dash lock should be accidentally re- .eased. Front fenders are longer, wider, and deeper, and sweep inward from the crown (o (he sides of the hood in an almost horizontal plane, without val- eys. Streamlined headlamps, nearly 20 inches long, are nestled in the enders at locutions almost' 10 inches farther apart. This mounting makes or maximum illumination, as well as full protection for the lamps, and easy access for servicing. The new sealed bea'm headlamp units combining lamp reflector and scientifically-designed ens, are u.sed on all models. Parking lamps are mounted between headlamps and outer edge of fender. Safety, as well as style, is served by the new all-rubber-surfaced riuuiin' E boards with triple-peaked longitudinal ribs which parallel the body contours Ihe running boards terminate just short of the rear fenders for better damage. objections to plans of Finland and Sweden to fortify the Aalands jointly. The islands are Finnish territory but Sweden is interested in them because of their strategic situation. Hot Springs (Continued from Page OM) sions, taking the ball to Prescott's one- foot line on one occasion only to lose it there. Much of Prescott's yardage was gained on intercepted passes, the Wolves intercepted eight passes. Nashville made 15 first downs to eight for Prescott. Two of the Nashville first string men were not in the gamjs. Malvern Beats Camden MALVERN, Ark—Malvern's Leop- irds won fro'm Camden, 13-12, here ^riday night. The largest crowd ever eated in the football stadium saw the game. The first touchdown came when Ross hrew a pass from (he 25-yard line to ohnson, who look it over for the Leopards in the first quarter. Try for xtra point was good. Camden's first touchdown came in ie last four minutes of the second uarler. A drive from the 54-yard ne, to the six-yard line, from where Vright took it over, was a barrage of passes and strong li ne plays. The half ended. 7-6. The third quarter was closely contested, with Malvern making the only real threat by taking the ball to the - „ -~..n. (t) i in; UUll IU one-foot line where Camden held Camden's final score came in the first three p] ays O f tl, e fourth quarter when a series of line plays started on Malvern s 1G. Cathey took it over. i he Leopards made their final score m the last six minutes of the game when they took the ball on the Panthers' «-yard line, made a 25-yard pass from Johnson, Fowler taking the ball on Malvcrn's 31-yard line and carrying it lo the 10 where Rowe plunged for four yards. Fowler made the touchdown. Malvern made 14 first downs to Camden's 20. Malvern attempted 14 passes and completed 10. Camden completed eight out of 11 passes. Camden was penalized 35 yards, Malvern Form Lc«er no ex- Josef Goebbels, EMPORIA, plained Sei'man propaganda minister, NwrnTa It-tier to an Kmporia druggist and Rave all of Germany's side of the W sr argument.

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