Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 29, 1942 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 29, 1942
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Thutidoy, Jonuary ft, OCIETY Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Telephone 768 Social Calendar Thursday, Jnnunry 2!Uli Thursday Contract Bridge club, homo of Mrs. T. S. McDavilt, 2:30 o'clock. ~ FHdny, Jnnunry 30th M Mrs. Malcolm Porlerficld will ' be hostess to the members of the Frldny Contract bridge club, 2:30 ! : o'clock. j The Service prayer group will 10 meet at the home of Mrs. Edwin j Dossett, 120 West 16th street, 3 ; o clock. Mrs. A. C. Kolb will : bring a message to all mothers, wives, and friends of men in the , U. S. service, who attend. Saturdiiy, .Tiiiuuiry Hist Infoi-mni dance nt the Hope Country club for the members of the Girls Colillion club, their dates, fiflALIO NOW — Double Feature "Mexican Spitfire Baby" and "Seawolf" Friday -Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE Steel Against the Sky " " and — Roy Gogers in COLORADO " anil invited guests, 9 o'clock. Monday, February 2nd Circle No. 1 of the Women's Society of Christian service of the First Methodist church, Mrs. n. D. Franklin and Mrs. Edwin Ward, loaders, will meet at the homo of Mrs. J. W. Strickland with Mrs. W. T. Franks, co- hostess, 3 o'clock. Circle No. 4 of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church, homo of Mrs. Earl O'Neal with Mrs. Gavrctt Story nnd Mrs. George Brown, associate hostesses, 3 o'clock. Mrs. Jim Henry Has Wednesday Club Party Only members of the Wednesday Contract club played (it the weekly meeting of the contract players nt the home of Mrs. Jim Henry Wednesday afternoon. Modern arrangements of early spring flowers decorated the living room where two tables were arranged for ploying. After scores were counted Mrs. Helen McRae nnd Mrs. Pearl Holloway received the high score gifts. The hostess served a delicious de- Coughing Here's Easy Time-Tested Way To Get Relief Get after those distressing spella of coughing nnd ease misery of the cold the widely used Vicks way... Boll some water. Pour it into a bowl. Add a good spoonful of Vicks VapoRub. Then breathe In the steaming medicinal vapors. With every breath VapoRub's medication soothes irritation, quiets coughing, helps clear head and upper breathing passages. FOB ADDED RELIEF... At bedtime rub Vicks VapoRub on throat, chest and back. Its poultice-vapor action works for hours to bring \ you comfort. / NOW 'Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" Friday and Saturday Double Feature 3 Mesquiteers — in — "SADDLE MATES" Edw. G. Robinson in "UNHOLY PARTNERS' "PLUS — "DEATH VALLEY" Chapter 8 Best (utiic ever right now — sonic u e \v Spring clothes! We have them for you — fresh from New York — all Budget priced. SPRING '42 REEFERS 12.95 16.95 Slick, streamlined reefers — fashion's favorite — yours too! Strikingly smart in the new pastel plaids — note their smooth shoulders, crispy flared skirts. Also pastels, navy, black. One of a big collection. 12-20,38-42. LADIES' SPECIALTY SHOP HOPS STAR, HOU, ARKANSAS First County War Casualty Earl M Ellis, iA, son of Mrs. Margaret Ellis of Guernsey, was Hempstead county s first war. death, having been killed at Pearl II M I,or in the opening Japanese attack December 7, officials announced recently He was drHl r ™'Guernsey High School in 1937, served in the CCc| attended Monticc It A. & M. college, and enlisted in the Navy, where he had served l«/j years until his death. sort course- with coffee following the gaincs. "Saratoga Trunk" Is Charming Work of Edna FeHjcr at Library Edna Fcrber's distinguished novels of the American scene, Cimarron, Show Boat, So Big and many others, share one special quality among them: they display at once the glamor and the strength of this country, and of the people who built it. "Saratoga Trunk" is no exception. Its background, New Orleans and Saratoga in the 'eighties, is one of the most picturesque America has produced, but the theme, behind the romance between Clint Maroon and Clio Dulano, is that of the railroad builders, the men who flung across the land the roads of steel which united it, and toward that end were careless of the means they used. Clint Maroon was n magnificent Texan whose father had been ruined by railroads. Ho knew their ruth- Icssncss; ho had enough imagination to senco their future. He was to become rich, fabulous, the greatest railroader America had ever known. Clio Dulaino was the daughter of a New Orleans aristrocrat and his French mistress. She grew up in Paris, brooding over the wrongs done her mother, and returned to New Orleans to avenge them. There with her two servants, Kaka. the tall and stately ncgress, and the little dwarf, Cupido, she reopened the little house in Rampart Street and set about coping the enmity of her father's clan. There she might have remained, becoming herself a legend, had not her ways in a moment of inexplicable chance crossed those of Clint Maroon. She, with cold clear-sightedness, wanted to achieve not only her revenge, but wealth also. Clint, too, luid*'his revenge to find. So begins the story of Saratoga Trunk. It is the story of a way of life and of a breed of men who held a helpless continent in thrall, and who only today arc beginning to return their spoils to the people. Alaskans Fortified With Food Supplies ANCHORAGE, Alaska-(>P)-Alaska expects to have plenty to eat this winter. Although dependent on waterborne commerce from the United States, farsighted merchants laid in large quantities of essential civilian supplies last summer. George Sundborg, a government investigator, commented here: "In my opinion, there is no possibility of a food shortage. I believe that today there is more food in the territory than there has been at any other one time." Sundborg, senior planning technician of the National Resources Planning Board, made the survey after Gov. Ernest H, GrUenihg asked it on the outbreak of war. Card of Thanks We wisli to extend our thanks and appreciations to our many friends and I neighbors for their kindness and j sympathy and the lovely floral offering, also our thanks to the undertaker and our friend Rev. D. O. Silvey, in the death of our dear mother. Fred Yocom Henry Yocom Tom Yocom Mart Yocom Mrs. N. Sanders Mrs. Joe Ross Mrs. Lewis Smith CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this method of expressing our sincere thanks for the many kindnesses shown us and for the beautiful floral offerings at the time of our deep sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. John Price and son. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. McCracken and daughter. Personal Mention Mr.s. T. G. Rivers motored to Dallas Thursday morning. —0- Miss Elsie Woisc'iiherKcr has returned from Memphis, where she .spent the past week. —O— Tummy Keelcr leaves this weekend for Little Rock, where lie will bo inducted into the U. S. army. -O- Mr. and Mrs. George Rubiuon returned this week from u motor trip to Dallas. —O- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chandler and son, Billy, arc spending this weekend in Seneca, Mo. Louisiana, during 1939, had a tuberculosis death rale of 64.2 per 100,000 of its population. THEATERS at the •SAENGER Wed.-Thurs.-"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" Fri.-Sat.-"Saddle Males" and "Unholy Partners." Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-"Thc Man Who Cajne to Diimcr" RIALTO Matinee Daily Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-"Mexican Spitfire" and "Sea Wolf." Fri.-Sat,-"Steel Against the Sky" and "Colorado" Sun.-Mon.-"Nothhig But the Truth" • Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment! The postal rale in Vichy, France, was increased by 50 per cent the first of the year. It's always like When your old dress becomes young again! No wonder you're pleased! it does look like a brand new dress. But that's not unusual for anything cleaned at Hall Bros. The same care is given to every article — whether it's a rayon scarf or a lame formal, the finished results spells "Perfection!" HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters Phone 385 Raid Alarm Fizzle Blamed on Wind BALTIMORE-(/P)-Maybe they need a new needle—or a louder recording— but Baltimore's air raid alarm whistle atop City Hall hardly scared the pigeons in its first test. The widely-heralded alarm—a recorded whitle stepped up by a battery of loud-speakers—came at noon, and: Workmen in City Hall basement said they couldn't hear it. Persons a block away said they heard something that sounded like "the whistle from a teakettle." Hundreds of persons telephoned, jammed switchboards, to inquire if PAGE THREE the test had been called off. Civilian Defense officials said the wind was blowing too hard. They're planning further research into noise-making apparatus. Egg Gets Around OKLAHOMA CITY-(£>)-Le Hoy Oden of Mountain View, counting eggs in a store, wrote his name and address upon one. Several weeks later the egg came back, hard-boiled from a girl in Texas. Carriages in England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth were called "whirlicotes." Off to the City EASTON, Md.—(#)-War work is creating new "deserted villages." Only three men live now in a quiet Talbot county town that once numbered 200 persons. The other men left to lake defense jobs. ORIANA AMENT BOYETT Teacher of Music-Voice, Piano. Art-Drawing, Painting. Studio 608 South Mail? Street Phone 318 W Shoplifting has increased by 50 per cent of what it was a year ago. MOROUNE Plumbing Repairs Harry W. Shiver, Plumbing Phone 259 309 N. Main Hold.. Every.. Thing.. Folks.. We.. Are ' GOING USINESS Fixtures For Sale and Our Entire Stock Of WOMEN Ready - to - Wear and Shoes FOR MEN For Cosh Only, Regardless of Former Cost or Value Nothing Reserved — Everything Goes Just Like a .. F IDE C A I C PRICE DON/T COUNT-ITS IKE 9ALE- ITS THE END FOR TROY'S YOUR GAIN - OUR LOSS WE LEASE QUIT FOR SALE SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Men's New Felt HATS SUITS;:.. *9.90 '2.95 SHOES. We are glad to Guarantee to Give You Wear MILLINERY... Worth 10 Times This Amount SILK DRESSES.... WOMEN'S ^^ 41 ft COATS.... *3.98 Suitable for Spring and Fall Wear SALE BEGINS FRIDAY 9 A. M. Be There When the Doors Open Bargains For All — EVERY SALE FINAL AND (ASH ONLY No Returns, No Refunds, No Alterations, No Exceptions! MELTON JACKETS S1 FOR MEN DRESS SHIRTS.. SWEATERS.. FOR MEN Slipon and Vest Styles . . . WASH FROCKS fiQ For Street and House Wear W 7 WOMEN'S these go into this Great Money Saving Sale there and Save — Friday Morning when the Merchandise — AT FIRE SALE PRICES — YTv/mcr« 9 _> ^^ SWEATERS... 69 c NOTICE: Just received Big Shipment of New Spring Dresses, Coats, Millinery and Coat Suits and — Nothing Reserved. You be sure to be doors are opened — This is All Clean DRESS UP NOW The Place "" >—"P"^—^^^^^•^^•••••••••••••B TROY'S Located 109 So. Main in HOPE, ARKANSAS — SALE BEGINS FRIDAY MORNING 9 O'CLOCK — v , At ,'*J 7 f ''

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