Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 15, 1939 · Page 5
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s^^^3^=^ss^ii^- Jvirs. Sid Henry A I''!itli( OMt-rviilliins Times. Clirlslmns It's « busy time al our house with the incny Christmas Dny . 'WiiiRinu just (irouncl the corner nnil jiwi ;i week away. There's HIP sound of snipping scissors and ;i whispt-i-iiiR overhead And I know thoy'ro busy wrnppitig little gifts in paper roil. ""IP house is full (,f myS'.ery and magi* liigli nnd low, Ami they're pl.-iinly up (o .something which they don't wnnt me to know. Iliere's n hustle and Iwstle and n winti porhif.; of feet. Fivci-y lime I, cross tho doorwny someone hastens to retreat. '/"here's MM nir o f great excitement, so I think it safe to say Sotni'lhint! nice is going to happen whi'ii I wake on Christmas Day. "hey wisely look me over, up mid dinvn from head to to toe. Kii I've i/iiihcrccl tho suspicion this '•lit (if is doomed to go. Thuu|;h 1 wouldufil clnre to siiy it least their fet'lings shoulil hi' "hurt. I've the noiiini Chri.slma.s- inoininj; I shall net Another shirt. <~'h, I liki! the Christmas season, like , to hciir Hie church hells chime, I ""'•I ol Jill I like the .secrets of the \ hiisy wrapping linic. Selected. \ Mr. mid Mrs. E. S. Greening hnve ' i;iie>:f!i their win Kenneth Ciicening .-inil ; Mrs. (ireenini', ol Houston, 'I'exa.s. ! Telephone 821 high school. The tnlk made by Mrs. Dorsey McRae on; "As n Mnn Thlhk- elh In his Henri," Mrs. McRno brought, out,the fnel, "I| is not (he state of tho body, but. the stale of the mint) and soul that counts. Every (nought you think every emotion you feel helps to make o r mar us." Tlie membership chnirman reported thul there nre 116 members in the high school P. T, A. Tho president's message was splendidly given hy Miss Mnry Billingsly. Miss Henry .'tressed the need for buying tubercular Christmas Scnls. In buying these scnls we not only have seals we use on letters, cnrds nnd Christmas packages, but we nre nl. Ihe sumo time helpiny » good cause. The students of the high school have shown their Christmas spirit in the many and vnr- ied colorful decorations reminding one of the approaching holidays. The majority of the rooms arc beautifully ducornted with red and green lopt-s. tinsel, holly and Christmas trees The ninny luindsome posters in the h:ill also Inlil of the Christinas scn- XI 111. Circle No. 2 W. M. S. First Christian clunx-h will meet nt three o'clock. Monday afternoon ill the homo of Mrs. f'Yed Del-iell, Experiment Stnlimi, wil.li Mrs. Henry Hicks as joint hostess. All moniliers are ui'Koii in he pro- sent. Tin' .luniur-Senioj- hiyh I'. T. A. met j 'Ihiii.sduy iirteniuon, Dee. .M, in th FRII»AV &" sATUftlJAV" GENEAUTRY-in- "MountQin Rythm" KOOKII; coi>" Wilh ACE THE WONDER DOG No. 4 "LONE RANGER Preview Hat. II p. m. SUN. MON Carol Lombard, Cnry Grant Kay Francis - "IN NAMK ON1/V" CLOSING OUT AM. $39.50 to $79.50 COATS - SUITS ! /2 PRICE LADIES Specialty Shop Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ynnt/ of Washington D. C. announce the tirriviil of :i liltli; daughter, Thursday, December 14, ut a Washington Hospital. Mrs. Yonlx. will be remembered as Miss Miriam Cnrlton formerly of this city. All members of the First Methodist S. S. nre requested to bring their gift.'f Tor the White Christmas to the Sunday morning Sunday school Service, -O-Mis. McClure, wife of Doctor McClure of Dardanclle, Ark., and Miss Frances McClure,' her sister-in-law, are spending the holidays with Mrs. J. F. McEntosh Hope oulh Three. Baton Rouge Team Is Strongest in History PINE fJLUFF - Coach "Red Sanders of Louisiana State University visited ihe Pine Bluff High School football en nip Thursday afternoon and gave to Coach Allan Dunaway his second warning of the week regarding the power of the Baton Rouge Bulldog Fine Bluff's opponent in the national championship football game al Baton Rouge December 30. Sanders told Dunnwny that the Golden Bulldogs of Baton Rouge are one of the heaviest teams in the history of the school. They have a line averaging more than 180 pounds and a fleet bnckfield that boast Sulver Harris, one of Ihe slickest running backs to at- OUR BOARDING HOUSE • •-'^tl^lplffl f^jt'. CHRISTMAS IS BUT T6N DAVS AWAY«~~*- HAVE YOU BOYS COMPLETED voufc «suoppiN6 ? BV THE WAY, I HAV£ JLIST 6DNE INTO PARTNERSHIP WITH AN ART CONNOISSEUR, AMD WE EXPECT TO SELL AM AN£I6NT STATUE OP GODDESS VENUS FOR A CAN YOU TWIMK OP < 3OMeoME wno MIGHT WISH TO OBTAIN <SuCW A MASteftPlECE A€» A VuLB GIFT FOR A LOVED ? with .. Major Hoople MY WARDENS IS ALWAVS BUYING OLD: BUT Htft LI/VMT is A OIM-C SH.fi WENT MOG WILD ONCE •SHELLED OUT A QUARTER A SHIP IN A BOTTLE- -— WHICH REMINDS ME /«***. i WONDER now MUCH SAM WOULD GIVE /WE CM n~ ? -- THE UOLiDAYS - COPS. I93Q er HC« SERVICE, INC. T- M. atO, (J. S. PAT. OTt.J SUNDAYSCHOOL LESSON SERIAL STORY SANTA CLAUS BROWN BY MILDRED GILMAN COPYRIGHT. 1939. NEA SERVICE. tN VIlNTKHIlAYi Allo!- Ilniilm ,-on- vlnci'N llclly Ilinf llu-fe really Ii n Smifti rinitn, J|IIN< like Stinln <'liius Drown. ll»|i|illy ||,,. chllii KIH-N ID her .sli:ilil»y home. .>lri». Ciirlcr'N iircimrnlliuiN fur i'lii-lsl- IIIIIM arc fctv. ir only K!IC cniilil llnil a wily <o prillect lirtly from LAST TIME FRIDAY THEY SHALL HAVE MUSIC ATURDAY F ?2V5 LREE ilTNESS VANISHES TPOST OF THE MOUNTiES SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY PREVIEW at RIALTO SAT. NITE j -iis immortal Gallery Of Screen Characters ' Muni Now Adds To Paul "Dr. Newcome" CHAPTER III fTHE living room of the huge Donaldson homo was a blaze of glory. It was Christmas Eve, and Jerry, the only son of Soulh- bury's wealthy department store proprietor, was about to arrive home from college for the Christmas vacation. Mrs. Donaldson, a sentimental, over-stuffed m a t r o n, hovered about the house, giving last minute orders to servants, scrutinizing every small detail; for her Jerry, her little boy, was coming home. Then she heard footsteps on the walk, and hurried into the living room lo compose herself for Jerry's long awaited arrival. Jerry, tall, ha?ic!somo, and slightly intoxicated, appeared in Ihe doorway followed by Ihe butler. "Is lliis all, Master Donaldson?" gasped the butler as he staggered in with his load of luggage. The grips began to slip from his arms, and as he fried to balance Ibem, several pieces crashed to the Moor. Jerry, delighted, re- piled the luggage on the butler. "Absolutely all," he answered. "Jerry, darling!" Mrs. Donald- Kon skirled the butler and baggage and fell on her son's unstable neck. "Oh, mother is so glad to have you home—bill why all Ihe —luggage — just for your two Christmas weeks'. 1 " "Big surprise, mamma," announced Jerry. "Nut going back to college—can you imagine that —your Jerry boy walked right out of nasty old college and told 'em ho wasn't coming back. "Don't wanna bo a lawyer, mamma. Nobody wants me lo be r lawyer, except you, mamma. We don't need all the social prestige, not lliese days." He gave her a loving tap. "It's smart to be pro-le-tar-i-yut, just plain people like you and Pops and me, without the Ivimming.s." Mrs. Donaldson was on the verge of tears. "Oh, Jerry, this is going to be Jerry Donaldson an nwful shock lo your father—" "I don't want to run father's clepnrtment .'-lore, either,'' Jerry interrupted. He became serious. "Listen, mom, you get that straight with the old man. Just because I'm not cut out for ;i lawyer, doesn't mean I want to plant myself in this hick town for tho rest of my life, turn into a glorified floorwalker, for Pops. Plenso get that throufih his head, mother. You're tine only one can do il!" "Jerry, you don't know what you're say.ing." "I do, mother, for tho first lime in my life," insisted Jerry. ''1 know what I don't want to'be in life. That's something. It'.s n Mart. Let me live for a while will you, without any apron strings?" lie was lensely earnest and sober .for the moment. "Without a lot of parental advice and authority. Let me relax, by myself, .so I can figure it. ali out." * * * T-TE looked at her pleadingly, hoping she would understand. But his mother looked blank and confused. She saw only that her cherished dreams were vanishing, that her son was being tempera- menial and disobedient. "All that wonderful education— wasted!" Mrs. Donaldson wept. Jerry stared at her quietly for a moment, then walked over to ihe living room table and poured Created For Him And For The World By The Man Who Wrote The Unforgettable "Lost Horizon" and "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" himself a drink from tho decanter. "Jerry, don't," Mrs, 'Donaldson • begged. "You've li;id too much ; already. Oh, Jerry dear, some- ' limes J don't think you appreciate all rnnmmu ;md papa have done for you—all tho sacrifices—' "Sacrifice. 1 !?" Jerry looked qinz- zic-ally about the sumptuous home, Mrs. Donaldson sniffled into her handkerchief. She, look her son's arm and led him to a hidden re- i-'c-ss whore a" splendid Christmas tree reached to the ceiling nnd hung heavy ivith decorations jind toys. "See what I spent all day doing just lo surprise .you?" she said sentimentally. Jerry stared, unimpressed, at the ornate tree. "My lord," he cried ' with annoyance, "you'd think I was still 10." "You nre Mill' 10 — to your mother." nnswerr-d Mrs. Donaldson poiRnantly. "You always wilt be. my darling boy." She enveloped her son in a motherly hu£. Jerry drew away _rom her almost in terror. He reeled a bit. • "Ever hoar ol' thai good ole .sil-' vcr I'orcl,...Mamma?" ho drawled, and raised his class. "Time one of us cut it." He set his slass down suddenly.} "Aw—nuts!'' ho said, and slam-' in ing the door behind him, went, out into the night. QUTSIDE, Ihe wind whipped' snow into Jerry's flushed face. He. stnsRerod toward his car, climbed in and started the motor. . As he waited for the engine to warm up, Jerry contemplated- the break he had just made. "Hi-en w-anlins lo do it for a long time." bo mumbled. "Gotla. Kot away, slart on my own. Never amount to anythiiiK in this town. Nothing fur m ( ' hero-—-except the old man's store. Don't want 1o work for the old man. Gotta get away." Suddenly he reached down, cut off the niolor. "lie can have his car, too. Don't want anything 1 . Want lo be on my own. I'll make k'ood. I'll sliov/ 'cm—all o!' them. Mamma, the old man and—and Alice." The thought of the girl sobered him. She was swell. Working here in Soulhbury, teaching a flock of kids. Alice. Jerry climbed out of the car, gawd up and down the street. Someone was walking toward him. A girl. JJe drank in tho iey air, striving to clear his befuddled : brain. lie pulled a half-empty. ; bottle from his coat pocket, tossed-; it into the car, and then walked,/! inlo the darkncs;;. """• (To lie Continued) I'nrnbless of the Kingdom Text MBtlhfew 13:!).8, 31-M, 44-4B n.v WFLUAM e. afwiov, h. n. Editor of Advance Much of the charm end persistency of the leaching of Jesus lies in the form in which thnt teaching was given. Above fl ll things, of course, is the moral and spiritual worth of the truth (hat Jesus uttered. But noble truth has bedn uttered in great volumes by deep-thinking philosophers where it has been lost, perhaps to be worn and worm-eaten on the shelvs of dust-ridden libraries. Jesus put the truth in tho vivid ."lory form of parables, and these have retained all the vitality and freshness, after nearly 20 ceniuries and after the reading and re-reading, that would long ago have ended as commonplace any lesser or even more brilliant things What were these parables of Jesus Thy were stories from life. But were they true stories about actual persons and events? About this, we dc not know, but it seems more lilcely thaat they were stories formed by tho imagination of Jesus to declare and illustrate the truth that He wished t o teach. They were true that He wished to teach. They were true in the sense that they were things which might happen anywhere in daily life. They were true in their human content. When we read, for instance, the story of the Prodigal Son or of the Good Samaritan, the truth of the .'lory and its plain teaching do not depend upon whether there was an actual father and an actual son in such a situation, or whether some man actually went down tile road from Jerusalem to Jericho and was helped and cr.red for by a Good Samaritan. These stories were true in a far larger and deeper sense than as the relation of mere facts. That: is why (hey have applied so persistently to every age and race of man. Here in our lesson we have three parables of the Kingdom of Heaven, ell designed to illustrate its nature. The first is the parable of the sower, going forth to sow his seed. It might be called more properly the parable cf the hearer, f or it is intended to show how the different ways in which people react to the words of life are typified by the different sorts of ground into which the seed falls. The seed that fell by the way-side was devoured by the birds; the seed that fell on shallow earth with rock underneath had a quick growth, but also quickly withered away; the seed that fell among thorns was choked before it came to any growth; but some seed fell upon good ground and yielded fruit. The manirtg of this seems to be that the Kingdom of Heaven is not something that is forced upon us. It comes near to us, and we have the opportunity of accepting God's grace and becoming members of the kingdom; but it all depends on ourselves. What sort of ground are we? Do the seeds of truth fall on us in vain? The parable of the mustard sed and the parable of the leaven and ihe meal are told to illustrate the Wiiy in which the kingdom grows, silently yet. powerfully, as it makes Us way in the hearts of men. The parable of the treasure hidden in the field and of the merchant's seeking goodly pearls illustrates ihe suprme value of the kingdom of heaven—that is, the kingdom of God's grace is the one real possession that it is worthwhile for men to sacrifice everything else to obtain. If we believe that, we are fit for the kingdom. Aggies to Ta!¥A!l of Squad to Game 210-Piece Band and 6,000 Cadets Will Make Trip COLLEGE STATION. Tex. -</P)— The Texas Aggisc, ranked by experts BS the nation's No. 1 football team, will barge into the Sugar Bowl against Tulane with: A 50-man squad. A 215-piece band. A dog mascot. And » goodly part of the college's 6,000 cadets. Tho cadets, the dog and the band long have been known as the Aggies "twelfth man." They couldn't play without 'em. Every man who came out for var- fity football and remained, including the ineligible. 1 ; who didn't see a minute's service, will make the trip. m CHURCH NEWS Unity Hapd'st Church 511 South Elm street Elder C. I). Sallee Pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching Service at 11 a. in. B. Y. P. T. C. at 0:41 n. m. Preaching Service at 7:30 p. m. Ladies Auxiliary at 2:30 p m. Tuesday at the church. Mid-week Prayer Service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Our attendance is increasing, and interest is growing. The Lord is Blessing us wonderfully. Come out and Worship with, us and be a Blessing for the Lord and receive a Blessing from the Lord. You will find a real and cordial welcome at the Unity Baptist church. Come and see. BARBS A ten-pound cannon bnll was found on a golf course on the west coast. Probably brought there by some golfer who couldn't hit those little white ones. Relief clients in an Iowa city may not call for ihcir rations in taxicabs hereafter. Looks as if they'll just have to get used to privation. A gentleman ate his hat on a dare alter reducing it chemically to a papty substance. Now, please, let.'s remember the gold-fish situation and be reasonable. Hope Gospel Tabernacle James E. H.imill. Pastor Rev. Nicholas Pirolo of Milwaukee, and recently returned from Italy will speak at both the morning and evening service. The morning d- votional service is at 11.00 and the night service at 7:30. Sunday School begins at 9.45 under the direction of Superintendent Guy E. Bayse and corp of trained teachers. The attendance for the past four Sundays has been 455, 494. 472, and 484 respectively. If you are not attending Sunday School elsewhere visit the Tabernacle where you are a stranger only once! The Christs' Ambassadors meet at 8:30. The Children Church, and Bible Class meet at the same hour. Community Singing There will be a community singing at. Shover Springs Sunday Ejflter- noon beginning at 1:30. All singers are invited to attend and bring books. FIRST CHHRISTIAN Corner N. Main and W. Avc. R John Keith Gregory, Minister Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship service 11 o'clock. Christian Endeavor Society, (i:30 p. m. Evening worship service 7:30 o'clock. WHY For quick relief from coltl symptoms take 666 Liquid - Tablets - Salve - Nose Drops suffer from Colds? 666 -^ -v -v w -ur ^- ^^ np i SAT. SPECIALS DRESSED HENS ID 17'X.c HENS PICKED ]],. H C Worrell's Pride HAMS—1(1-14 Ihs. n, 22c Decker's Tenderized HAM—Center Cut .... H). :i(lc Half or Whole 11, •>!}<• PORK CHOPS u,'l7'/.f PORK ROAST „,.„£,.. Fancy K. C. STEAKS II,. 20c-25e REECEGRO.andMKT. E. Front Sf. p noft g s , tract the attention of an L. S. U. cmich in many a day. Sanders watched the Dunaway hopefuls in action anil commented thut they nre iinindiiig into shape. 'You'll have to be belter than you've ever lieen before if you stop Baton Rouge," he warned. The Zebras went through u stiff practice session today, scrimmaging more tlum an hour. The only casualty was W. S. LaFilte who dropped out with a k'ti injury. by WARNER BROS, with JANE BRYAN FLORA ROBSON • RAYMOND SEVERN - UNA O'CONNOR Eakin Named to Play On Western Team SAN FRANCISCO -i/Pi- Signing of Herb McCarthy. University of Denver fullback, Thursday completed the 22-num Western squad which will play in the East-West all-star football charity game here New Year's Day. Tint 22 Easterners enrolled earlier in ihe week. The Western Squad: Halfbacks—Bob Smith, Oregon; Olio Cordill, Rice Institute; Kay Eakin, Arkansas; Dick Favor, Oklahoma. Fullbacks—Herb McCarthy, Denver; Frank Emmons, Oregon; horoy Zimmerman, San Jose Stale. Quarterback—Ray Hare. Gon/ago. •I Ends-Bill Anahu, Santa Clara, Don Crumbakcr, Kansas Slat;e Frank Ivy. ! Kill IVcvk-v Kansas State Oklahoma. John Shirk. Oklahoma. j c , nUM , s .'., ,, 1V Schiechl. Santa Tackles—Stan Anderson Stanford; i Clara, Hullilon Turner. Mardin-Sim- Lee Artoe, California; Nick Stubler. i mon.s. Santa Clara; Sam Schwari/.kopf, Ne- '- -ai, 8 «_- braska; Jack Sanders. Southern Metli- ! oclist; Park Meyer, Texas. • Two niilli.ni i.f Ihe S.llCtl.tlOO slaves I in lh" iveirld iiiday aiv Chinese girls Guards—Hampton Pool. Stanford: : het-A'ci-r ihe aees of A and 18. I? Holiday Lovmess ty< $$ You'll enjoy the holidays more jO$ if you look your best And you tof can . . . svith Carmen's com- Sj> plete, low-priced beautv plon. C Christmas Specials on All PERMANENTS Phone 752 lor an AppMinlnr.-nl armen's Beauty Phone 752 Sheer hotierjr that flatter* — yet given dependably loner service—that'* Phoenix t And —- Dial's why every woman prefers Phoenix lor Christmas. You'll iiod our selection of IhreadweighU—sires and new•«l colon — VERY complete. 98c Others 89c to $1.35 3-pair boxes wrapped in special, colorful Cello- phone. We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store Geo. W. Robison & Co. HOPE NASHVILLE I AHhe 1} o'clock *«&# df'-A i church the Minister will *£eajf -... "The Victorious ' Christian," '**&& Christ of the i 3 roMieis' ( will We jSf theme Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clOcfo A cnfdin) invitation Is extended t&, whosoever will comr>. ' ' 0 Guernsey Play •'* A three act play "On Christinas' Hill' where all good wishes conte tine , will be presented In the CJuerrtse/ ',•* High School Auditorium on 1*Ues- r '-*J day evening, December 19. This pla i$ under the direction of Miss Margery '$ Hughson and Miss Nelle Hays plays-'i a full evening and is cast entUtfelj^j of primary and elimenlary students/f^ The public is cordually itivlted "\. lo attend. 3 No admission will be charged, J A -** »-oa»-- A thief threw away 250 coffin hand; \*. les he had stolen becnu.se' he could "*' not sell them. He might have held * on with a view toward the European <", market. ^ *.? CHI IDS Relieve misery direct —without "drtsing'V Use swift-acting VICKS VAFORU1 DRUG STORE Make these Gifts more personal BILLFOLDS STATIONERY Fountain Pens Names monogramed in Gold FREE on the above gifts. The gift that Keeps on Giving Underwood Portables GIFTS THAT MEN WILL APPRECIATE Shaving Sets 59c to $5 Electric Razors Electrex Razor $ 9.95 it) Shavemasfer $15.00 ™ Men's Fitted! Cases $2.50 to ff Wrist Watches $2.50 to $6.50 GIFTS THAT WOMEN WILL APPRECIATE Cara Nome Gift Sets Yarclley's Perfumes Beautiful Com poets $1 and up Fitted Cases Electrical Gifts Waffle Irons Toasters .. Grills Percolators Heating Pads $3.95 $1.19 $2.75$1.69 $1.98 Sporting Goods Footbaffs Basketballs Skates Games Shop your Rexali Store for Gifts that are Different. JOHN S. GIBSON DRUG COMPANY

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