Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1939 · Page 3
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HOPE STAB, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY tvirs. Sid Henry MESSENGER OF MERCY Apple tin Telephone 321 Armistice ('psynlinii (if hostilities. the word Is like the 1 sound of some for silver hell Across llic l;nul at evening. Sd thai when hi'iird ' MOM -piiu.se mid pmy („ God, and nil is well. 'I'i'iil.v nil will lie well when nations cense Their .-ivarire utid f'lwtl. their bilter- ness; . Wlir.-n Love H-IKIIS in men's hearl'-i there will he peace. And ii benediction thai will he;i| and Illl'SH. Huston the lime, () Ciod, wipe out the curse . Of sin and greed, and make men wise to see That wars wrcek the universe. And crucify mankind, and dishonor The,.. "('c.'.Nilion of hostilities" -dear God. Wipe war forever from the earth's I'.ood sod! Selected. : -»•«_.... Mrs. Anabel Philbricl: of Chillifolhe, III., iv Hie huiise guc;:l of Mr. and Mi's' K. M. l'.ill..|-:-on and Miss Helen Hunl- Miss Marylin McRiii; of Little Rock IK till.- weelt-encl ijncsl of li,.,- falher Kenneth Mclhic at the home of her jjiaiidparents. Mr, and Mr/,-. K. G . * CHURCH NEWS l-h-sl Presbyterian Clmrcli Tlinmiiv Hrewsler, Minister Sunday School !l..|j a. in. Morning woiship Ul:!i5 o'clock Vesper Service 5 p. in. YOI.IIIC Peoples Meet inn l',:l;'i p. m. Circle Meeting of the Auxiliary Monday. Monthly Supper Meeting of the Pres• l.yterian Men of the Chinch. Tuesday V p. in . Mid-Week Service Wednesday 7:30 p. in. witli the Philalhea room. Our people are urged to sup] oil the lU'd Cr< iss Roll Call next week you aie coidially invited to worship svilji li:.. I'.mik Week Month si Here! .NWrmlier 12- IS ' "Books around Ihe World" i;; the theme of this year's Book Week, its 21.-.1 Nalional celebraiion. Book Week is Children's Week throughout America. Join ih-.-ni in reading and visil. especially, your Hope Public Library ilinini; the \u-el: of .November 12- 1K. The following are some library fav- oi-ilii-'i: J an,l may be found on the '-helves of Hope Public Library; Grapes of Wrath—John Steinbeck. Renumber Ihe h'nd—Agnes Turnbull ' The I j alroii--Pearl Buck. The Brandons- Angela Thirkell. Spring Journey--Geneva Stephen-son. GAJflclvTT MKMOItlAL BAPTIST Ilollis A. 1'iulle, pastor Mi-Hat. Miss Frances Lipscomb of El Dorado is spending the week-end visiting will) home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Forstcr of Mexia, Tt-xus, are the week-end guests of Mr. Forester's brother, Dick Forster mid Mrs. Forsler. The W. M. S. First Baptist church will meet Monday id 2:30 lit the church for the regular Missionary program. Circle No. 1 will have charge of the program. 'Friends will be glad to know thai L. W. Young who was injured in an automobile accident this week is reported :is improving at his home on South Ilervey street. The Red Cross -The Cross of Mercy. The year of l!)39 is the 75th anniversary of thy birth of the Iiiternntiolial Red iCVoss. Sixty-three nations with 40,0(10.000 members of the Red Cross among their citi/ens. are now signers to this pact—a pact which will never IK.' questioned or repudiated. They can't prevent war. but as an organization they can help relieve (he horrors of war. And as you already know, in Uio present wur, the wounded will not all wear uniforms. Many will wear dresses ;md baby clolhes. mid there will be more need than ever before in the history of the world for lin : ,nny of relief. An army of .10.0(1(1.00(1 is big but nowhere big enough--in ease you don't belong." -0- Mrs. K. J. Bilker and daughter, Kathryn Ann of Little Rock are week end'guests of Mrs. B, C. Acker. BobcateRunWild (Continued from Pnge One; eo- uur Sunday school ( J:45. Will you operate with us in building up Sunday School attendance. Our pastor will preach al 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Come in the spirit of worship praying for the lost. All classes of Ihe B. Y. P. T. C. will j meet at (i::!fl. Ladies Auxiliary meets I Tuesday 2:30 p. in. I ra.ver service Wednesday 7:30. Uickler—and (hen Baker had an open field ahead. He galloped on. The half ended a few minutes later. The Third Quarter I-rescoll'.'; best defensive playing was in the third quarter, holding the Bobcats to one touchdown. Hope in- U-rceptcd a pass on the fiO-yard line soon after the second half opened. Ellen pitched lo big Noran Green for 15. Hope was set back on a pen- ally on the nexl play. Ellen (hen went buck and pitched a 20-yarder to Green. Kason and Baker, both pounding hard at Ihe line, drove up to (he PrescoK . 20. Baker reeled off 12 more on a j lightning thrusl al the line. Hope go! !•. penalty on the next play. Ellen swept wide lo his right and dashed across the goal line untouched to co- plele a 50-yard inarch. Captain Eason and Ellen were ripping off 5, 10, and 15 yard gains as (he third quarter ended with the Bobcats nine yards from tbe goal line. The Fourth Quarter Murphy went into Ihe game for Baker, who had played a .swell ball game but was removed because of a kiu-e injury. Murphy bit the line for five. He Iried the same spot and went across on the nexl attempt. The final quarter saw Ellen punt for the first time after a bad pass, because of Ihe slippery ball, put Ellen in a hole deep in his own territory. He punted to midfield. Prescott made a first down and (ben were stopped cold by the Hope line. Prescott punted to Hope. The Bobcals lacked only a couple I of yards on fourth clown—and instead of punting tried a fake kick. The play HELENA. Mont.—(/»>)-- Mrs. Aliver Johnson of Helena recalled that what Violinist Rubinoff particularly laked when she was a vocalist with his orchestra was apple pie. So when Mrs. Johnson greeted Rubinoff in Helena recently she carried with her a thick, juicy apple pic. "Wonderful, wonderful," said the violinist. The 0reat Virgil i Legal Notice ORDINANCE; NO. 550 CARTOON drawn by Sparling lor the American Red Cross annual Roll Call for members, November 11-30. Every American is urged to join to keep the Red Cross prepared for emergencies at home or abroad. BARBS STARTS SUNDAY COIUMBIA'S thrill, thundering drama of the htroes of storm and aala! RANDOLPH FRANCES RALPH r .. SCOTT-DEE-BELLAMY ..;,-.. CONNOLLY PLUS . . . HUNTING THRILLS — OLD GLORY Detroit is not at all sure it wants the llt-lfl Olympic games if Finland passes them up. With Britain, France and Germany pre-oceupied. the games will M.'cm like the preliminaries to a Joe Louis fight. British Tommies at the front insist on all the comforts of home. It will cost the British a lot of tea and crumpets to rid the world of Hitler. Lo.st; one American freighter, known as Cit yof Flint. Owner would appreciate return because of sentiment al value. No reward is offered. New York City is drinking .so much water that its reservoir is running lo\\. See, Governor Dickinson, what did they tell you! Maybe Admiral Byrd had better post failed and Prescolt took possession on the Hope 30. Halsell got loose through tin.- line- and was brought down by Sims on the Hope nine-yard line where Baker, took a pass on the next play lor Preset ill's lone touchdown. Hope received. J. D. .lones returning llie ball lo his •!(). Murphy flipped a ]f)-yardiT lo Simms and then Ellen, KaM'ti and Murphy drove on lo the Pi-.." ; cott 15 where Ellen circled end lor ihi' final .score of the game. The Bobcats meet Clarksville here nexl Friday night. pone his Antarctic trip for a year. It doesn't look as if the snow cruiser will make it to Boston before Easter. Some of the finest chefs in the world have been mobilized by the Swiss army and are preparing food for the soldiers. Gourmets may still obtain their favorite Waldorf salad simply by enlisting. Missouri is enforcing a 10-day closed season on rabbits this year in line with the present world policy of giving intended victims enough time to erect barriers and dig underground shelters before striking. Unable to Walk, She Goes Hunting FORT COLLINS, Colo.—(XT)—Mrs. Ralph Detwiler. victim of infantile paralysis, hasn't walked since she was six years old but she did what a lot of hunters failed to do this fall—she brought home a buck. Determined to go deer hunting, she had her husband carry her to a rock near a path through a forest northwest of Fort Collins. "I kept very quiel and saw a lol of does before a buck finally ca'm'e into sight," she said. "I waited until he was within 75 yards and then fired." It was a three-pointer. The child born on tbe Mayflower during its epic voyage to America was named Peregrine White. FOOTBALL SCORES College Hendrix 7. Henderson 7 (tie.I Teachers 2 Ouchita 0. Iligli School Little Rock 21, Fordyce 0. North Little Rock 32, Camden 0. East Side 12. West Side (i. Hope 50. Prescott 7. Searcy 48, Lonokc 0. Blytheville 37, Jone.sboro 0. Atkins 27. Paris 7. Horatio 13, Texnrkana Catholic High I, Waldron 12. Heavener (Okla.t G. Panama (Okla.) (i. Mena 0. Monticello 13, Sheridan G. Charleston 0. Dardanelle 0. (tie). Berryville 13. Colcord (Okla.i 0. Fort Smith G. ClarksvilleO. Augusta G. Cotton Plan! G die'. Van Buren 33. FayettevilleO. Amity 0, Ashdown 0. (lio> Magnolia 2G. Nashville?. Pine Bluff 25, Hot. Springs G. Forrest City 14. Stuttgart G. McGchee 21. Lake Village 0. Piggott G, Parngould 0. Harrison G. Rogers G (lie*. DeWitt 21. Beebe 20. An Ordinance to He Entitled: "An Ordinance to Define and I'niiisli the Illegal Consumption of Klei'tricnl I'ower and or Water In the City of Hope-. Arkansas: and for Other Purposes." BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS: 'Section 1: THAT It is hereby declared a misdemeanor punishable as hereinafter set forth, for any person, firm, or corporation lo use or employ any wire, or jumper, or other device of any kind or character by means of which electrical current is used without being passed through the j meter provided for that purpose. I Section ?.. If any wire or jumper or other device is found attached to any meter of any person, it shall be prima facie evidence that such person has employed and used the said wire or jumper other device and acquired electricity illegally thereby. Section 3. THAT It is hereby declared a misdemeanor punishable as hereinafter set forth, for any person. 1 firm, or corporation to use any bypass or other method of acquiring water without: the consent of the City of Hope, Arkansas, or to connect or turn on. any water after the city officials of the City of Hope, Arkansas, have turned off said water for any causes whatsoever. Section 4: It is hereby declared a misdemeanor punishable by fine as hereinafter stated, for any person, firm, or corporation lo tamper with any wires of Ihe City of Hope. Arkansas, up to the meter, or to tamper with the electric meter itself. Section 5: It is hereby declared a misdemeanor punishable by fine as hereinafter stated, for any person, firm, or corporation to tam]>er with any water pipes carryiny any city water up to the meter, or with the water meter itself. Section G: Any person found guilty I of violating any part of this ordinance shall be fined in any sum not less than S10.00 and not more than S100.00. Section 7: The parts of this ordinance shall be deemed separate and severable. and should any section or part hereof be held unconstitutional or void, the remaining unaffected portions and sections hereof shall remain in full force and effect. Section 8: THAT This ordinance is cumulative of all other ordinance? of the City of Hope, Arkansas, anc this ordinance being necessary for the public health, peace, and safely, ar emergency is hereby declared, anc this ordinance shall be in full force from and after its passage. Passed and approved November 7 1939. Published in Hope Star this 11 day of Nov. 1939. Approved: W. S. Atkins Mayor Attest: T. R. Billingsley Clerk Band to Purchase New Instruments After Showing of The Great Virgil Auxiliary Hopes to Net $270 for Purchase of "Kettle- Drums" for Hope High School Band In keeping with their policy of adding at least one new instrument to the band each year, the Band Auxiliary is making plans to purchase a set of tympani, or 'kettle-drums,' as they are popularly called. A beautiful instrument with its gleaming copper kettles, the tympani furnishes a background for the band melodies unmatched by and other instrument. The tympani is considered a mem- oer of the drum family but at the same time it is tuned to match the varying keys in which the band may be playing . The football trips that the band has made and also some repairs on horns that were necessary have depleted the band treasury of funds saved back for the purchase of the tympani, which are priced at $270. For this reason the Band Auxiliary is sponsoring an attraction featuring 'Virgil the Magician" at the City Hall on Tuesday night, Nov. 14. This show is reliably reported as of the current season. Everyone likes a magic show and Vergil is said to be one of the best. It is hoped that all will take advantage of this opportunity to see a good show and at the same time help the band in their worthy project. Capra Builds His Own Washington The aepyornis, an extinct bird, laid an egg that was equal to a gross of hen's eggs. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople NOTICE In oiilci lii iircvciil any niisuiulci-Klaiuliiig uliiiiil llic s;ik- of home-raised nuul in the C'ily of Hope, Ai-kiinsiis. some inciiilii-is i,f llic City ('(.tincil have rei|iiesle(l me lo publish ,-i Inic|' Mak-nicnl us meat inspector. Where n I.I'ITOII luis rni.'cii bj.s own jininuil and desires In sell any of llic meal therefrom in the City of Hope, Arkansas, then, before mukinii any sale 01 saiil meat, llie liver anil Jungs of llic animal and tin- meat therefrom must he inspected by the C'ily Mcut Inspector. The:e is no i-iiargv wlialever fur this siivicr. All llic person has lo do is lo situ a statemenl Unit tiie liver and U-i-j{>: and meal exliitiited are from llie animal Uiat (lie said owner rai>eil. Al'ler the liver and limns !im l meal liavc. l:ecn ins|.fclcd, (he >aiil i.uner ci:n then .sell llie meal in sausage f<;rm <ir oilier form anywhere in (lie C'ily of HIIJKJ, Arkansas. If llic meat is In be .sold by a liouse lo lmu.se sale, llu-n i( mr.sl he kept in a uinlaiiicr Uiat is cluslproof and fly proof, and al a (cmperaluie not greater lluui 47 degrees Falireiiheit. N(,w. llic above relaley, ( nly lo meat sold by llie pel-son who (•titled ami raised (he animal. For rc(|iiiienienls about Hie in- specliuii dl oilier animals, any interested person should apply to Ilir iimlcrsijMted. EVAN WRAY, City Meat Inspector WAR-RUrAPW/? MY GOOD FRIENDS, IN CONQUERING VAUNTED AH BEM j YOUR CHAMPION EMPLOYED AN ANCIENT AMD HONORABLE MAT STRATAGE7A KNOWN TO ORIENTAL EXPERTS AS TUE JAPANESE DODGE/ WEAR DOME THAT HORSESHOES WHAT PtAONV/ NOW., ONE &UD AL.LJ TRA> LA, UNTIL THE NEXT JOUST/ "Tr URA LA, MAJOR YOU SURE ARE TOUGH/, COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Thai m pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hemp- Meacl County, made and entered on the IGlh day of October. A. D. 1939, in a certain cause then ponding therein between The Citizens National Bank of Hope, complainant, and Sallie Jones ot al., defendants, the undersigned as commissioner of .said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or en- lrance to The Citizens National Bank of Hope, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 2nd day of December. 1939 the following described real estate situated m Hempsteacl County. Arkansas to\vit: T ^° l % Ni " e7 (! " , ; "« 1 Te " (10 > i" Block „ ' ) °,f "' Heights Addition lo me City of Hope. Arkansas. The North Half of the Northeast Quarter <N>, NEi,,i. the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter <SW'., NE':,l, ,he Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter iN£i 4 SWVi> the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SW,,, SW',l. 'the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (W>-> SE' j SWV'il "11 <>f the East Half of the Soulheasi Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (E',-, EE',4 SWV.,1 except the extreme south U acres, and the extreme west twelve acres of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NW'-i SE^> all m Section Twenty-eight (28); also 'the tasi Half of the Northeast Quarter (E'« NE«i>. the Northwest Quarter of tlie Northeast Quarter (NW'-i JVEV ( i and fi acres out of the Southeast' Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SE'., NE'j NW 4 l described as follows: Begin at (he southeast corner of said 10 acres "'id run thence we.,l 225 fee., north 5(10 feet, thence (hence north IfiO fc , c i west corner of Six of the biggest stages in Columbia's widespread Hollywood studis were monopilized by Frank Capra for life-size reproductions of the United States Senate chamber, the Senate office building and other structures in the national capilal_jluung production of Capra's stirring romantic comedy. "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington." The new film, which costars Jean Arthur and James Stewart is opening Sunday at the Saenger Theatre with a supporting cast which includes Calude Rains. Edward Arnold. Guy Kibbee. Thomas Mitchell and Beulah Bondi.. Forty-three seperate sets were constructed for "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" which moves with bright humor and living force into the city that is the heart of the nation's existence. Were all erected simultaneously they would have prompted Columbia's 14 stages. It was therefore j planned to handle the production schedule in two sperarate parts, in order to "strike" the sets in the early part of the picture to mnke room for (he remainder. One entire stage was filled by the authentic copy of the Senate chamber itself, with complete ground plans and architectural measurements of the seat of the nation's salons. The press gallery and the visitor's gallery were Ihe second floors of this set and were designed to accommodate 700 persons. The . Senate elevator lobby, private lobby, cloarkroom. grand staircase, public reception room, and press room — all contiguous to the chamber or the galleries in the actual building at Washington — comprise three additional layouts of sets constructed on other Columbia stages. The railroad terminal at Washington .a restaurant, a hotel lobby, apartments of different .senators are other parts of tbe Washington scene erected with the painstaking accuracy and detail required by Capra for his productions. A committee-room and suites on two floors of the Senate office building also required a stage to themselves be cause of their size and importance. And with the construction of these, the work of Lionel Banks and the (hence west 4S5 feel, lo the north- said 10 acres, run east CGI) feet to the northeast cornc'i- „[ said 1(1 acres thence south G(>0 feel back lo the point of bc-'ginniiw in beciion Thirty-three <,'tti_al| j n Township Twelve il Tweni.v-lbrc-c- i2.T> West, ing .'i(t;> acres, more or k-ss TKRMS OF SALE: On '.• months the purchaser quired to execute a bun,-) ;, !•'«' and llie order and • u ;nd Court in >aid cause. •d .securiiy. bearing interest at the late ol G-, per annum fro,,, ,).,,,. (>f *»k until paid, and a lien being rc- tj'ined on ,],e premises sold to secure the payment of ,he purcha.se monev lnven under my hand this 27ih d-iv ul October. 1939. RALPH BAILEY Commissioner Nov 11 and 18 South. an,) contain- credit of being re- decree of wilh ap- Columbia art and technical department ffcr "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" was only begun. One stage was needed for the seating representing Jeff Smith's home in a middlewest town — a combination residence, office, print shop and pet store. Another was filled with' the offices' of a governor of the state — recption room, committee-room, secretary's room, and executives private office. The governor's mansion, the apartment of a political boss, and the Lincoln Memorial are other extensive sets prepared for this picture of modern American life by Si<T- ney Bucliman that surpasses in vital scope anything Frank Capra has ever done. Workers Ready to (Continued from Page One) zabelli Hanna of Goodlett. Mine Creek—Mr. Earl Holt and Mr, Willie Briant of Bingen. Red Land—Dr. J. E. Gentry of McCaskil), Miss Ruby Leslie of Belton. Wallaceburg—Mrs. H. M. Stephens, Jr, of Blevins. Water Creek—Mr. Eugene Woodall of Guernsey. Garland—Dolphus Whitten, Jr. of De Ann, Monroe Sauels, Nowland—Shelby Jones of Piney Qrove. 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