Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 3, 1939 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, November 3, 1939
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SOCIETY •Vi)*s. Slti Hpnrv i* 1 i ^ HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS If the Autumn of life is half a.s- lovely As Ihe Autumn of eai th. we need nol I'W the Vanished days of a rapturous Nor bog for one moment of reprieve. We have loved Ihe smnv.s of h;uv- thorue and puhn That livaled the frost flake's mystic designs, But what of a world m cri.som and With wild jji-iip,...- spi||j,, K their pur- Anrl if Winter should come'.' Why nol be content • To leave your life m the hands of : , Whose mind eould conceive Ihp Autumn of eaith And star it with a'-ti-is and golden""' Selected. Fallen Gre.'ne of Pine Bluff has 'pent the pa.st few days in Ihe city! bavin;; been called to attend (he bed- .'•ide of lii.s inolbei-, Mrs. Joe Greene who has been critically ill. r.-sultinp' "•"m a fall ,,n Slaurday eveiim» on » down town street. -O- ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin of Litlle: Rock announce the arrival of a little son. on Monday. October ilfllh. Mrs. M.irtiH will he remembered a.s Miss! Katie Porter formerly of this city, j Mrs. .John W, Sykes and Mrs. J. I,., Boyd who have .spent Ihe past few, • lays with relatives and friends in' the ,-ity have returned to theii home*! m Corpus Christie. Tex. ; The Alexander.':, who for (he past few years have occupied the Casey home on S. Main Stieel. have moved lo their new home, Ihe Brunei- place! off Kasl Broadway, which (hey have iccenlly pnri-ha.sed. I Hurricane Go(»s Down, But i bv Score- of Onlv 22 to 7 Kid Grid Squad to Meet Again at High School Stadium LITTLF: HOCK-LUllo Hock played Hope's kid football team will pluv lootl.all. Jniiesboro played ba.skrl ball I On yu ii UK) by .Mi-yard grass court and the ' 'line.)"- liimmcd the Gulden Hurricane. 1 'I'i to 7. hefo Little Hork again here Sunday afternoon, beginning at 2:30 o'clock. The game will be played in tho high .school .stadium. The O/an team met defeat last Sunday and will be .seeking revenge when they come to town again. The public is invited. The probable starling lineup: The W. M. S, First Baptist chinch! will meet at 2:!!0 Monday afternoon at • the church for regular monthly business lIH'Otillg. e a shivering crowd in the stadium Thursday night. .•"iic.sbi,m'.s aerial yumu. (Ihe Iltir- in-anes heaved 42 passes', was good enough I., tie the score. 7 to 7. early m the thud quarter. Then the Tigers H|I|1C pilled awiiv with a safety in Ihe same B ' B " me " period and blasted out two touchdowns ''^ <- >llfl in the I'oin-ih period. M. Buchanan.. I lei allied ,.s- a fancy-flinging outfit. ljf -' fl tuckle Ihe lluri-ieanes passed everything but •'• ^'•<-'->- . Ihe buck as they began pitching from I-''ft guard the outset, .loiici.bnrn tossed away ill. -John Urban Ihi' slightest provocation and most of Center the lime ici;ai-(llc.\s of down or where J. Aslin !-<..• ilioned. Tin- Hudricans would have Right jjuard have won ihe slate basket ball champ- I Sam Grey inoship if they eould have found a FRI 20,000 MEN A YEAR" SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE BILLBOYD LAW OF THE PAMPflS" — and — MIRACLES OF Ali.sscs Wilina and Maryarcl Jonos C.alif. (or future residence with their i brother. Jack Jones. A very interesting and informativ incelmg of the Cosmopolitan Club', was held on Thursday afternoon at ( the home of Mrs. W. H. Ijamillnii on j !•'.<>. F.lm Street, with Mrs. Bluford 1 Cheney as joint hostess. The business j period was conducted by the president Mrs. Jim McKin/.ic. at which lime the rogrlin" routine of business wa.s dispatched. Sevenlecn responded to the roll call. During the program hour, Mrs. Royce Smith gave interesting data in the life of Sara Delano Roosevelt, followed by Mrs. Henry Hayncs who discussed the life of Klcimorf HiioKcvell Ivy giving a review of Mrs. Hnosevelfs hook, "This Is My Life.". Following the program, the hostesses j served tempting refreshments, t The Womans Auxiliary. Saint Marks Kpiscopal church will meet at lOI Monday afternoon at tin.' home of Mrs. G. Pat Casey, So. Main Street, j The Tigers, playing in their custo- 'inary orthodox style, managed to stop thi- spiral bin lane except in the third period. F.atimi up yardage in every I ei iod because of the running "of Chuck Steed and the plunging of Many Caller. Little H,,ck clicked .--at istactnri |y. .li.iici.boro presented a pretty fair country passer in Bud Diiughtery who also iit lime.s ran in shifty fashion. Woody Durham also crusied through Ihr tackles with eclat but it was dif- liciill In ol>M'i-ve just how well the Hurricane, could run because of their air parly. The game l.ad more first downs than a wrestlim; program. Jnneshoro made) KS and Little Hock, 1.1. Most of Jonesboro's ol course, were on passes. The lluriitan.': completed 2(1 for 204 yards. Little Hock completed two out of eiyht lor IS yards but (be Tigers did a better job of treading on the turf by a ratio of foil*-li'-one. Right tackle Wilson Brill H. F Right end R Bright Quarterback K. Smith J. R. Gates Seil Bell Halfback Hid f back Fullback O/an B. J. Ball J. Webb J. Erwin A. D. Monroe J. Higgi.son B. Webb '. Robertson J. Ball J. Goodlett V. Cook G. Robertson Bowling League to Open Monday Night Legal Notice F ootball Games Warning Order No. fi.'iT! In tho C'hanc-try Hemps-toad County. Ark, Miii-v Loui.sc Madison Court of Plaintiff vs- i Kenneth Maurii'e Mattisoii. Defendant i I The Defendant. Kenneth Maurice | li\Iatti:,on warned to appear in this! ' rourl within thirty da.v.s anil answe.1 1 1 * MIDNIGHT SHOW | Saturday Nite 11:15 * ROBERT DONAT .. GREER CARSON f A SAM WOOD Production ( - Scro.n PUy by R. C. Sh.irlll, Claudmo Wot and Eric M.«;chwlU' ' OiKichila vs. Arkansas Tech id liu.s- se.llville (night >. Arkansas State vs. Union University at Jackson. Tenn. might). High School Hot Springs ill Camdcn. Hope iit Blythcville. Miilveru at Foi dvce. Forrest City at Clarksdalc. Miss, I Fort v sOiG K .IS . -G4NF.E-- Fort Smith al Mu.sk,igce. Okla. Kii»;el)ville ill McGrhcc. Conway at Bcnton. Arkadelphia at Smackover. i Diei'ks at. Nashville. i Searcy at BalesvilK'. I j Beehe al Brinkley. i j Siibiiico ,-it Walnut Ridge. j ] Gentry al Hiinl.svilb>. Cassville. Mo., ill Hentnnville. Tcxarkana Catholic Ilifh at Me- I Leod. Okla. Corning at Newport. I Murfrecs'born at DeQuoen. Rogers- .-it Fayeltcville. Rison iit .Norphlel. Pine Bluff at North Little Rock. i ihe complaint of the Plaintiff, Mary i 1 .unis'e Maiti.son. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this :>rd day of November 1113!). Ralph Bailey, Clerk Lawson Glnver Solicitor for Plaintiff. Iloyce Weisi-nlierger. Attorney Nov. ;>. 10, 17. 21. Theatre 2—FOR—1 CI.II' THIS AD—(iOOt) FOR ONE .\nri.T i-KICK WITH ONE PAJD '.'lie TICKET I'ltlDAY t t SATURDAY HOOT GIBSON —in— "Till: CAV IJUCKAROO" N,,. L 1 ClIAHLES STARHETT -in-PKTER B. KYNES "ONE MAN JUSTICE" No. !l "DAREDEVILS" STARTS SUNDAY MARCH-OKTIMK "BATTLE FLEETS OF ENGLAND" LATEST NEWS A birthdoy celebration that rocked Fifth Ave.l • It's a love-poor millionaire's rebellion)—with a park-bench princess waving the weapons) • Yog'll roll —simply roll out of your seat with laughter! I'OOTltAl.l, UKTl'KNS F.ach Hosiery Active Four-thread chiffons by Phoenix — the ideal stocking for walking and for general everyday wear. Service plus attractiveness. Exclu- Custom-Fit top. Lovely new American Personality Colors. AA PHOENIX HOSIERY Double VITA-BLOOM Processed for Long Wear Geo. W. Robison & Co. NASHVll.l.E Up to Christmas Holidays Is Announced Friday The city bowling league will officially open Monday night with Geo. W. Rnbison and Hope. Basket Co., teams playing the first games on the new alleys which have been installed in the recreational building at Fail- Park. • One night each week will be held open forthe ladies. The schedule, up to the Christmas holidays, follows: .Monday. November (i Geo. W. Robison—Hope Basket Co. City Bakery—SCS. Tuesday. November 7 Home Ice Co.—American Legion Brunei- Ivory A—Rotary Club. Wednesday. November H Gunter Bros.—Standard Oil. Court House—J. C. Penney. Thursday, November !l Feeders Supply—Kraft Cheese Kiwanis Club—Brunei- Ivory B. .Monday, November 111 Standard Oil—Court House. .1. C. Penney—Feeders Supply Co. Tuesday. November II Kraft Cheese—Kiwani.s Club. Brunei- Ivory B - Geo. W. Robison. Wednesday, November lii Hope Basket Co.—City Bakery SCS—H<,',ne Ice Co. Thursday. November \K American Legion—Brunei- Ivory A. Rotary Club—Gunter Bros. Monday, November 20 Geo. W. Robison—Court House Standard Oil—SCS. Tuesday, November L'l City Bakery—Feeders Supply Co. J. C. Pcnne.N — American Legion. Wednesday, November 22 Home Ice Co.—Kiwanis Club. Brunei- Ivory A—Geo. W. Robison. Thursday, November 211 Kraft Cheese—Rotary Club. Brunei- Ivory B -Standard Oil. Alimday, November 27 Gunter Bros.—City Bakery Hope Basket. Co.—J. C. Penney. Tuesday, November 28 Court House—Home Ice Co. SCS—Kraft Cheese Wednesday, November 2!) Feeders Supply Co.—Brunei- Ivory A Kiwanis Club—Gunter Bros. Friday. December I A'merican Legion—Burner Ivory Rotary Club—Hope Basket Co.' Monday, December I Hope Baskc! Co.~Home lee Co Standard Oil-Feeders Supply Co. Tuesday. December .i City Bakery—American Legion. J. C. Penney—Kiwani.s Club. Wednesday, December (i Kraft Checso-Geo. W. Robison. Lamer Ivory A—Standard Oil Thursday. December 7 Home Ice Co.-Rotary Club Brunei' Ivory B-City Bakery, Friday. December K Gunirr Bros. J. c. Penney. Geo. \V. Robison—SCS. Monday. December II C<mn Ho,,,;,,-..Kraft Cheese .-CS—Brunei- Ivory A. Tue.'day, December I' 1 Feeders Supply-Bruntr Ivory B holary Club- Court House.' Wednesday. December I.'! American Legion—Guntc-r Bros Kiwanis Club -Hope Basket Co Jonesboro Battles I Hope and Ozan to SAENGER -Sunday- "5th Avenue Girl" Little Rock, Loses Play Here Sunday r " " '" r "^ ""' T '- ' ' ' '="" honorary, W. R. Steed, Luther Westmoreland, Ben Snel), N. N.' Daniel, J. W. Holloway, E. H. Weaver, Ira Kizer, Gus Ingram, Sam Chamberlain. L. J. Harrell, Claude Button, W. A Fairchild, J. C. Woodul, Orover Jarvis. Joe Boswoll. Brad Bright and Gus Garrett. Mr. Luck was a native of Nevada county and spent the greater oart of his life in tho Mt. Moriah-Rosston community. He was among the leading citizen* of the county. To Probe Radicals at Panama Canal Dies Committee Hears of Radical Union Agitation There WASHINGTON (VP) - A complete investigation of union organization activities in the Panama Canal Zone was ordered Friday by the Dies committee, Rhea Whitely, committee counsel, was instructed to make a through study of the subject after a witness, Frederick Phillips, former National Maritime- Union official, had told the committee that a man named H. A. Stoudt, whom he identified as a Communist, was organizer for a CIO union in the Canal Zone. I lie vivacious Ginger Rogers who spcciiiii7.es in unique cliHracCemalinns —remember her as the reluctant mother of a -doorstep buby in "Bachelor Mother'.'"—suddenly finds herself the paid guest of an industrial magnate, hired to shock his Jadet) family into a normal, respectable existence in •'[•ifHi Avenue Girl," n sparkling rmmitic comedy featuring Walter Connolly. RIALTO - Sunday - Monday Oil Mill Plant Is Damagedby Blaze Fire Friclay Noon Destroys Cotton Record at Kinser's Office Fire Thursday afternoon caused damage animated at $250 to the lint roof of tho Temple Cotton OH Co.? plant, 218 North Hazel street. B. L. Kaufman, plant manager, said tha fire broke out on top of the lint room roof. The flames were extinguished by the Hope Fire, Department. Fire fit • noon Friday destroyed a number of cotton samples and cotton records at the office of Tom Kinser, South Walnut street. The fire started when a farmer struck a Watch, the head of the match flying and landing in the cotton samples. During (he World Wnr. English, soldiers had their hot tea even in the front line trenches. The hot tea Was carried to the Tommies standing watch o.v means of an asbestos-covered tank with a faucet on the bottom, strapped on a soldier's buck. Apparitions are explained by a scientist of sime human faculties." This does not apply to purple snakes on tne ceiling. r3 OUT OF S-i MOTHERS relieve misery I of colds externally with I !/2 Price SALE $7.95 Dresses $3.97 ..$9.95 Dresses $4.97 $12.95 Dresses $6.47 LADIES Specialty Shop •Ailventtn-cs of Sherlock Holmes," With Basil Kathbouo B League of Nations. In 1925 it went to Charles Gates Dawes for his efforts to unravel the reparations tangle rc- niliing from the- World War. Frank B, Kellog. American .secretary of slate, sponsor of the Outlawry of War paet: Nicholas Murray But lor. and Jane Atldams were other U. S. winners. The Nobel Peace prize has also been awarded to institutions, as in 1904 to the Institute of International Law. In many years it was not awarded at all, bcciin.se no work for peace seemed worthy. Nobel prizes arc being wilh- helcl this year because of the European war. Cremer, though little known today, is nil example of the devotion of many 1o the cause of peace during the early years of the 20th century. Though old and poor when he received the prize, he turned it all over In peace work. Other winners have done the fame. Nobel Dies in Peacetime Nobel lived most of his life in Paris, and ided at San Rcmo, Italy, in 189li. Tho outlook for peace seemed hopeful. The British and United States boundary dispute over the line be- iween the Yukon and British Columbia was just being peaceable settled by a commission. A similar peaceful boundary dispute between Venezula and British Guiana was also being adjusted. The United Slates. Russia, and Japan were peacefully meeting to adjust conflicting sealing claims in northern waters. An international commission had just awarded Britain §463,454 in compensation for vessels seized by the United Stales in the Bering Sea dispute. The prospect for peace was never better. But between Nobel's death and the first award of the Nobel prize, the United Stales was already at war with Spain, and the British were hub- deep in war with the Boers. NEXT: Andrew Ciiriiclgo, who couldn't buy pence with money. Luck Funeral Is Held on Thursday Well - Known Nevada County Man Is Buried at Mt. Moriah Funeral services for John Thomas Luck, aged 73, who died suddenly at his home here Wednesday afternoon, were held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at thoMt. Moriah church. The service was conducted by Rev. J. B. Luck. Interment was in the Mt. Moriah cemetery. Pallbearers were, active: Otlell Luck. Vuel Chamberlain. Hewell Weaver, Homer Ward. Logan Mendenhall. Owen Waters and Joe Ingvam; LION FOOTBALL BROADCAST 1:55 P. M, Saturday, November 4 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS vs. TEXAS A. & M. COLLEGE AT RADIO STATIONS KARK Little Rock ... 890 Kilocycles KELD El Dorado .... 1370 KFPW Fort Smith .... 1210 KBTM Jonesboro .... 1200 " Sponsored By LION OIL REFINING COMPANY EI Dorado, Arkansas (Continued from Page One-i five years to submit to The Ha^m? "differences of : , judicial order, which H may not he possible lo settle bv me-.ms of diploma'-)-." I'.vcn this treaty was restricted to questions not involving the vital in-' leri'M.i. independence, or honor of the contracting parlies, nor third lailie.s. Diluted though il wa.s. this aibilration treaty was the forerunner! 11 more than 1:111 Hmiliar ai bitration ' treaties which were lo be concluded i diiriny Ihe next 10 years. Iti (isevell. Hoot \Vin IVare I'ri/cs i Theodore Roosevelt won .the Nobc Peace award in I'.IOli as ii result of his pail in ending the Russo-Japanese \Viii. Kliliu Root won il in 1!I12 for hi.s work a.s counsel and member of the CVurl uf Arbitration at The Hague, find for his work as the recogni/ed i K-adcr of tin- peace movement in the I LI i ii ted Slates. Wuodrow Wilson was Ihe Winner in 1!)!!). when Ihe award recognized hi.s leading role in formation of the Cmon, heave fun .. 9 with Q bottle of til AX* When it's swiiiji time—d-.mco time—fun time— il s time for &ay, cheerful, golden JAX! Here's beer :tt its liveliest, zippiest best. Dry, tanfty, smooth—mclluwcd slowly in ice-cold cellars — bottlciJ when it's best for you to drink, (.'nion, knjny Life! Drink JAX, regularly. RIALTO SUNDAY-MONDAY JACKSON BREWING CO. MbW OBLtAHi. LA. PLUS Shorts Basil RATHBQNE Nigel BRUCE -in— SHERLOCK HOLMES

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