Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 14, 1939 · Page 3
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.1030 •*• DOUBLE FEATURE "Smashing Money Ring" — and — Loretta Young Warner Baxter "WIFE HUSBAND and FRIEND" — PLUS — PICTORIAL SOCIETY torn. Sid Henry Telephone 321 Time So much limn 1 seem to need for (he books I want to read. S<i much time (how fleeting is it!) Foi- the friends I wiml to visit. So much timo to do the small things Which are valued above nil things! So much tinie to call my own For the fineness I postpone. Yet no day Hint comes to me Will one miniilo longer be. And no clay for all I miss Grants a fuller hour thnn this-. Would 1 visit, would I read. Would I share another's nned'.' Would I finer grow, somehow'.' There's no better time than now. - -Selected. M Mini- Tuesday "MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON" THEY PATROL THE' I NO-MAN S LAND OF THE WORLD! FOLLOW THE^ U! S. FOREIGN SERVICE HEROES ON SECRET MISSIONS HEADLINES DARE ' NOT REVEAL! JOEL McCREA BRENDA ESPIONAGE AGENT WARMS BROS.' Topical - Bomttsfnllt THURSDAY - FRIDAY Moody. ., HE LOVES' LORN AI Anna . . ., SHE LOVES SIGGIEI V . Koxy .. . HE WANTS THE BOY TO WIN! Fuse//. . . i HE WANTS A CHAMPION! ' A COLUMBIA PICTURE \ **, jfarrtfig BARBARA STANWYCK ADOLPHE MENJOU WILLIAM HOLDEN AROUBENMAMOULIAN PRODUCTION Produced by WILLIAM PERlBEfCC | Screen play by Lewis Meltler, Daniel Taradaib, Sarah Y. Mason, Victor Hcerman , Ba»«f upon th« Croup Thoalr* ' play by CLIFFORD ODETS and Mrs. William Glover and son of Malvcrri arc gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey McRae. sr. Tlu- November meeting of the Woman Missionary Sociel of the First > Metdod/st church was hold on Monday afternoon nt the church, with the president, Mrs. Slilh Davenport prp.si-j ding. The meeting OIMMICC! with a very impressive and beautiful organ Medila lion by MIKK Claudia Agec. followed by the hymn, "A Charge To Keep 1 Have." The opening prayer was by Rev, Kenneth L. Spore. A most appropriate and helpful devotional was bronjjht by Mr;;. D. S. Jordon. During the business period the regular routine of business was dispatched, and a report was made by Mrs. H. M. LaGrone, the chairman of the nominating commTTtec. in making her report Mrs. LaGrone spoke of the willingness of each officer selected, to do her bit. The report was accepted as follows. President, Mi's. Henry Hill, Vice president, Mrs. George Ware; Re-cording Secretary, Mrs. T. S. McDavitt; Corresponding Secretary. Mr.s, H. AJ. LrfiGroiii-; Treasurer. Mrs. T. R. Billingsly, Local Trais.. Mr:=. A. M, Sanuders: Supl of Mission Study, Mrs. Sieve Carrigan, jr .Supt. Bible Study. Mrs. John Arnold, ARE you at the mercy of n r.nimy rVsiice/y. smothery head cold? why endure .so much misery? A little Mentliolimim nppllwi in each nostril will soothe the Irritated nnsul inpinbrniicH, check the sneezing, relieve the stultlrvchh. mid lielii you to nroaUie more easily. Also rub Mciilholatmn vigorously on the chest and buck to improve Ihc- local bloocl circulation, and thus Bttlu rxtni help In rellevlni; cold clls- coiuforls. Rub It oil the forehead mid temples l.o nllay headache and "" '"'•• due lo colds. NOW'S YOUR CHANCE "It's Choose Venn- COAT WEEK" Hrealh lakiiiff Valm-s $15.00 LADIES Specialty Shop QUALITY PIANOS Beasley's Tr-xarkana, Ark. HARVEY ODOM Local Representative Christian Social Relations, Mrs. Ernest O'Neill: Supl. of Supplies Miss Dell McClanahan; Supt. Publicity, Mrs. Charles Hiurell; Supt. Kocal Work, Mks Mamie Brinnt; fiupt. Chlfdren Work, Mrs. Kt.mieth L. Spore: Agent for Worlds Outlook, Mrs. O. L. Reed Memorials. Mrs. Clara Broach, Spiritual Life Group. Mrs. R. M. Brinnt. Circle Loack-rs, Mrs. B. W. Edwards, Mrs. Joe L. Laseter, Mrs, A. M, Rettig, Mrs. Webb I-aseter, Jr. Dr. Virginia Crow and Mrs. Ffendrix Spraggins. Mrs. O. A. Graves reported the high lights from the recent District Mis- .-ionary Meeting, Mrs. T. R. Billingsly gave? the Treasurer's Report mid u report on the Week cif Prayer. A vocal .••election by Mrs. Kenneth L. Spore accompanied by Miss Agec followed by prayer by Mrs. Vesey-Crulchfield closed the mci'ting. Mrs. Dursey McRae Jr. who has been atli-nding the bedside- of her mother in Little Rock for the past (wo weeks has returned in her home in Ibis city, and the many friciid.s of Mrs. Bwnit'V, will hi- glad to know Hint her con- dilioi) i.s reported as improving. The Ku/elian Class of the First Hat,list S. S. will hold its regular monthly business and social meeting at 7:30 Tuesday eevning at the home of Mrs. Ray Luck, East 3rd street, with Mrs. Herbert Arnold as joint hostess. Another DiMaggio for Major League Red Sox Purchase Young Dominic DiMaggio From San Franc'isco HAN FRANCISCO—l/P)—Bespectacled little Doininir DiMaggio. voted the I : ac'ific Coast Baseball League's most valuable player last season, goes to the American League Boston lied Sox next year- cljmbing into tlie majors from Kiss Confusion Legal Notice TALBOT FEILD, Sr. ACCIDF.NT mid 11KALTJI With Life Insurance Clai'ms Paid 100% Promptly 9 years will) Heliance Life Box 41, Hnpe, Ark. AS YOUR DOCTOR PRESCRIBES Recovery is hastened bv calling viiur Dorto- , the lies' fcign nf illness . . . and when pre- s.-riptioiis a iv uerdi-cl y«.,i c;m i i-ly cm cuir pliarniacenlical e\- pcrl lies'.. T\vo (Jnidualf Pluir- macists (in dutv. The Leading Druggist "We've Gut I(" C2 Motorcycle Delivery NOTICE NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thai n special election will be held in lhe school building fur while children in Providence School District No. U of Hi-mpstead County, Arkansas, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock and 6:00 o'clock, P. M.. on Tuesday, the 28th rf.-iy of November. 19,'M. for the purpo.se of voting on the question of the dissolution of Providence School District No. M iiud lhe annexation of the territory thereof to Hope School District No. 1-A of Hempstead Covinly. Arkansas, in accordance with the order made and entered by the County Court of Hempsk-ad County, Arkansas, on the filh day of November, 1M9, which order is in words and figures as follows, to-wit: IN THE MATTER OF TtfE SPECIAL ELECTION IN PROVIDENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 14 OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS. OKUEIt Now mi this Cth day <,| November 103!). the sumo being a regular adjourned day of the regular October, 1SWJ. tei'm of Ihis court, there is pre- .s-wilLYi to the Court a petition asking for a special election to be held in said Di.sirict rtn lhe question of lhe di.sso- lulinn of said district and the annexation ,,f |) 10 territory Uiereof lo Hope School District No. 1-A of Hempstead Cijunly, Arkansas, and the Court, after considering said petition and lifter hearing tin- evidence intro- diiivd, fiiuls: That said petilion i.s signed by mure than i en per cent UO', 1 of the qualified electors residing in .said Providence •School District No. 14. and that, the prayer of said petition should be {-'ranted. It is therefore considered, ordered and adjudged by the Court that a special election b<, and the .same i.s hereby ordered held in said Providence .Sc.iool District No. 14 between the '""•"•s of 2:()() o'clock and 6:00 o'clock, • • M i Tuesday, the 28th day of November. lilSU, in the school building for white children in said district, for llu- purpose of voting on the question ol lhe dissolution of said Providence School Dislricl No. M and the annexation ol tl, 0 territory thereof to the said Hope School District No. 1-A the form of the ballot to be used in said '•lection to be .substantially as follows: I1ALLOT Special School Election. Providence .School District No. 14, of Hempstead County Arkansas 'Mark out (hat for which you do not \ wish to vote) l-'or Dissolution of Providence I School District No. 14 of Hemp- I stead County, Arkansas, and Ilio annexation of the territory thereof tu Hope School Dislricl No. 1-A of Hempstead County, Arkansas. Ayainst dissolution of Providence School District No. 14 of Hemps-lead County .Arkansas, and the annexation of lhe territory thereof lo Hope School Dislricl No. 1-A of Hcnipstead County, Arkansas. It is further ordered that said election be held and conducted and the returns made thereof as required by law. It i.s .furlhc.'r ordered that the County Examiner of Hempstead County publish notice of said election for the lime and in the- 'manner required by law. FRANK RIDER County Judge Witness my hand on this 7th day of! November. |fl:j<|. ' i K. E. Austin County Exaniinei That kiss of Movie Actress Ann Rutherford's covered a lot of territory when she hit New York. Four press agents set up four major receptions for Miss Rutherford and the resulting accumulation of welcomes left her no alternative but to blow a kiss in the general direction of somebody. San Francisco sand lots just as his two elder brothers.did. Sale of Dominici's contract, along will) that of Liirry Powell, young left- bunded pitcher, was announced by the San Francisco Seals of the Pacific Coast League. Powell will report in 1941. Frank "Lefty" O'Doul. manager of the Seals, said "We get cash and two players" from Boston. "The players will be decided at the major league meeting in Cincinnati December 4, O'Doul sa^d. "I am not at liberty to discuss the cash involved." Like his brothers, Joe and Vince. Dominic broke into professional baseball with the San Francisco club. Coast League experts contend that Dominic is the best flyhawk of the three. Dominic. 21, joined (he Seals in 19.'J7 and balled .306. In 193S lie hi! .307 and last season boosted it to .3fifl. Powell, also just voting age, was one of San Francisco's leading pitchers last year, his firsl as a regular. The young southpaw fro meeRldey. Calif., won 12 and losi 11 games. Revival Continues Gospel Tabernacle "The Soon Return of Jesus Christ," Subject of Sermon "The Soon Return of Jesus Christ," .will IH- thc> sermon .subject Tuesday niRhl'al the Hope Gospel Tnbernuclc, when- 'Rev. Wm. F. McPhrsun of Sanforcl,, Gla., is conducting u re- vivnl campaign. Another interesting feature in 1 uesilny night's .service' will be the singing of the well known Hope Quartet. The revival will continue through out this week with service each night, except Saturday night, at 7:30, and each morning except Monday and Saturday, at 10. Wednesday lias been set aside its u day of fasting prayer by tho Tabernacle congregation. There will be » prayer meeting held al the Taberniicle at noon for those who desire lo spend the noon hour in prayer and worship. Friday night the evangelist will preach on, "Divine Healing," and will ofter prayer for the sick, it is expected that |he Tabernacle will be filled to capacity on this occasion. Despite inclement weather over the week end great crowds attendd the services, Sunday night the Tabernacle •wns filled. The goal of five hundred in Sunday School was not reached due lo the weather, but the goal remains five hundred for the coming Sunday, The pastor. Hev. James E: Hamill, urges everyone to avail themselves of thy opportunity of hearing Evangelist McFherson in these remaining services. Christman Snores Through Reception Remains at His Home While Students Celebrate in His Honor COLUMBIA, Mo.—(/P)—Paul Christman, the gay Missouri Lochinvar who rode through the New York University eleven on a football, snored through a reception in his honor Monday. Saturday Christman's pitching was compared to that of'Red Ruffing in the recent World Series. Monday he slept through the clamor of homecoming with all the poise of Ernie Lombard!, the somnnmbulant Cjncinnati catcher. And that snoozing is as characteristic of Christman as his precision forward passing. During the actual play he sparkles with the brilliance of champagne—in midweek practice he has all the fire and zip of day-old-beer. Not only did Christman miss the 2000 students who braved 1G degree temperature and a breakfast-less morning to awaken at St. Louis where his parents live. There • Mrs. Charles Christman ex- She's A Champion Among lhe bright stars with "Mad Youth" coming to the New Theatre Wednesday for two days, is Miss Betty Atkinson, world's champion drum majors. "Mad Youth" is a sensational picture and while the story is a powerful sermon for the young and old, yet it is best suited for the adolescent and adults. pressed no regrets for her decision which permitted Paul to play football. For a time br.th Pruil and his elder brother, Mark, third baseman for the St. Louis Browns were forbidden the gridiron sport. Later she relented. "Was I excited?" She asked when questioned about Missouri's wilting of the New York Violets. "I should say I was. When I heard the news I ran out on the front porch and jumped up and down and shouted Hurrah for Missouri, Hurrah for Paul Hurrah for everybody'." ' But the star himself was surprisingly inarticulate Monday. To queries of Saturday's game he answered -imply "wo took them." Questions as ,,<• this week's clash with unbeaten Olcla- home in which the Big Six conferem.e lead will be determined brought forth an honest "it will be plenty tough!" In the seven Missouri games this season Christman has attempted lOii of nis tantalizing tosses with only 10 intercepted and 58 completed fa- an .514 average. They netted 734 yards or a little over 14 yearcls each His record in last year's nine-game schedule, when he was rated third best passer in the country, is 1 0 ? 0 yards gained on 63 completions out of 144 attempts. Twenty-throe of his 1933 lips were to Ji m starmer. a back but this season he aims coiwjstentlv the ends where the GKK Uvins g am * CHURCH NEWS Battlefield Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sun day. Prayer meeting at 7 p .m. Sun day. Illinois Pastor Will Preach Here Series of Sermons to Be . Given at Pentecostal Church Special announcement is made by the Pentecostal Church, West 4th and South Ferguson streets, of a series o/ nightly services this week, in charge of Rev. H. V. Lindsey of Jonesboro, Illinois. Rev. Lindsey is the district president of the Pentecostal Gleaners of the Illinois district and has been holding successful campaigns for the past few weeks in the Arkansas District. A young minister with an inspiring message of the gospel of Christ, he brings the truths of the Scripture to the hearts of the people in a most sincere and interesting manner. These services as announced by the pastor, Miss Danita- Barnum, will continue through Saturday night, beginning at 7:30 p. m. each evening. The public is cordially invited to attend. Meterologists forecast ah uiiu*u6ll) cold winter tot Canada, in fodt, tti chill became noticeable right iftl* Lindbergh's second speech, t '¥ ON'"'""-* SNEEZINOI .. without doing anything «6*vf ft Put a few drops of Vfcks Va-tnHioi up each nostril right away. Feel It |0 to work. Notice how it relieves irritation and stuffiness of a cold. 1W» treatment is successful because V4« tro-nol is active medication—containing several essential relief-giving agents plus ephedrine—and is expressly designed for nose and upper throat. And what's more, when used in time, Va-tro-nol helps to keep colds from developing, UP YOU* MOM L- VICKS WED.& THURS. '•HEEDLEtf CIRU SPEEDIN^THROUGH LIFE HOT ^^t^^^hAAAilLlKJAU^L^^^ "ft A <few MAM MAS; FASTTTEPPTNS PAPAS- BABIES tscort Bureaus Furnishing Gigolos io LoveHungriiMotlien rfo r^l&Si'&S**™* lnnocent ffMf *" ^iteS^ert SIRLS TUTOREO IN IlilCIT LOVE BYTHEiR MOTHERS MAT. 15c - N1TE 2Sc Colored Balcony lOc has taken America fcy storm If it isn't a Pontiac it isn't a"Torpe4o" NO, "Torpedo styling" isn't a term _^ like "four-wheel brakes" or "safety glass." It doesn't denote a development that's industry-wide— as yet! It's the colorful phrase that America adopted to describe the boldly different beauty of the biggest, smartest, most luxurious Pontiac ever built. Without that sparkling jewel-like front-end PONTIAC SIX PRICES BEGIN AT .. ^delivered at Ponliac. Michigan. Transportation based on ra,l rales. Hale and local /,«<•> (,/ any), optional equipment—while iide»all tires and accessories — extra. Prices subject to change without notice. PONTIAC "TORPEDO" PRICES BEGIN AT Illustrating the "Torpedo" Eight 4-Door Touring Sedan, $1072* and its cresting Silver Streak—without thoae flaring fenders fore and that artful taper aft, it could only be "just another car." But NOT A PONTIAC "TORPEDO»-with its rich interior luxury and the thrilling, thrifty eight- performance for which Pontiac is renowned. So when you can't resist the urge to own an eight with "Torpedo" styling, come in and get the only car that has it—the leader of Pontiac'< 1940 line of 17 sixes and eights... all supremely smart and brilliantly beautiful! A GENERAL MOTORS VAUW IWforma 207 East Third St. HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO. MAX COX, Owner Hope, Ark.

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