Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 31, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 31, 1938
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Wednesday. August 31, 1938 A Prayer Make me loo brnvc to lie or be unkind, Mnkc me loo understand, too to mind The little hurts compmiions give mid friends, The careless hurts thai no one finite intends. Nfakc me too thoughtful to hurt others so. Hell) mo to know The inmost hearts of those for whom I care, Their secret wishes, nil the loads they benr, Tlml I inny add my courage to their own. May I make lonely folk.s feel less alone And happier ones a little happier yet. May I forget What ought to be forgotten and recall Unfailing all That ought to be recalled, each kindly thing, Forgetting what might sting. To all upon my way Day after day Let unc be joy, be hope. Let my life sing!—Selected. (Repented by request) The Pat Clcburnc chapter, U. D. C. will hold its September meeting at 3 o'clock .Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Duckett, South Klin street, with Mr*. S. L. Reed and Miss Vcnubiii Reed as associate hostesses. Miss Pansy Winibcrly will arrive home Wednesday night from Monte We, Ark., where she has acted as Counselor at Camp Jow/.cllc for the Ixist three months. Mrs. R. V. Hernclon Sr., was a Wcd- •iwsdny visitor in Little Rock. Mrs. Steve Carrigan Jr., is spending a few days visiting with relatives in Conway, she will be joined at Con- wny by Miss Mary Delia Carrigan, who has spent the past month us counselor at Comp Joyzcllc. _O- Mlss Lena Mac Robertson of O/.an was i\ Tuesday visitor with friends in the city. WED. "CONVICTED" A Grand Thriller THUR. & FRI. BOB BURNS JOEL McCREA in 'WELLS FARGO" WED. ONLY" DICK POWELL PAT O'BRIEN in "Cowboy From Brooklyn" THUR. & FRI. On account of so many members being out of town, Troup No. 1 Girl £coul.s will not hold its regular meeting on '1 hursday. -O- Thc Ogburn Orchestra will play for the annual dance on Founder's Day at the Little Ilivcr Country club, Saturday night. _O- Fricnds will regret to learn of the critical illness of Ralph Madden of the local Telephone company, following an emergency operation at Julia Chester hospital Tuesday. BARBS Some farmers in Montana recently smcllcd the smoke of a forest fire that was 1000 miles away. That qualifies them as jingo congressmen. Comes news of a western college professor whose own mother is in his class. Let's hope that in the years lo come she remembers the things she learns at sonny's knee. There's a man in Mansfield, O., who has just completed a picture in 38,000 pieces, and the bets arc that he was one of the 'men who re-drew the map of Europe at Versailles. Work Took 31) Years HUNAN, China.—(/I'/—A Cninesc dictionary, claimed to contain all the different usages of words and phrases in the Chinese language, has been completed by Ku Ting-yi after 30 years' uninterrupted work. It is composed of 85 volumes and contains about •!.500,000 words. Approximately 130,000 rriplecl children arc registered under child health programs of 1Ii stales, Alaska, and Hawaii. Imitation pigskin for gloves is made form domestic and imported sheepskin, deerskin orgoatskin, with the bristle- boles made by machine. LAST DAY _ WEDNESDAY PATRICIA ELLIS -In- "CiAlETY GfRLS" —AJso— "DIVORCE OF LADY X" THUR. & FRI. M-G-M'S GREATEST CLARK ROMANCE! GABLE MVRNA L 0 Y PARNELL with Edna May Oliver Edmund Gwenn Alan Marshal Donald Crisp Killio Burke A John M. Stab) Production --And PRICED to Suit YOU HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE College Beauty Begins at Home So Prepare Before School Opens 2-95 Havana Tan— Black and Wine Similar fo illustration—Havana tan with calf trim and Black Suede with Wine Suede trim—W has "Appeal"—You will want In wear them NOW! Black Suede-Patent Brown Suede-Calf Similar to illustration— These shoes arc brilliantly styled and neatly made for so low a price— Other numbers with low heels — same ___ price! ' Dozens of Other Numbers to Choose from — Priced $1.95 to $5.00 New Fall "Wedges"— $2.95 :\ DUGGAR'S your coat of summer sunlan before you leave for school,'then be sure to tdko sunlan makeup' as !well as the lighter powder, rouge and lipstick you'll need later on when-you're lily white again. Also, if you are not absolutely expert at applying rouge and lipstick, do practice during the next month. Leave Eyebrows Alone The girls whom Miss Couch leaches to sland, walk, talk and dress correctly are advised against plucking their eyebrows. Not because she has any prudish prejudice against the practice, but simply because she feels that no woman's face ever is improved by altering the naturally lovely line of the brows. Unless a girl's eyelashes arc quite colorless, Miss Couch would have her eschew mascara except ' for formal dances and evening parties. The drama teacher would have each student know and understand the latest fashions in beauty and clothes, but she would have her avoid any style that isn't flallcring to her indivdiual type. And speaking of individuality, :shc agrees with other experts thai aboul Ihc silliest thing any girl can do is to Iry to look like a motion picture star—or, for thai matter, like, anyone else. Her "be yourself" mollo is an ideal one for any college girl to follow. . • A pumpin on a vine at Gainesville, Fla., grew an average of; more than one and a Ihird pounds daily; until il reaches a weight of 107 pounds at maturity. , 4 Miss Bctte Cooper, above, is a shining example of a college girl who doesn't try to look like a movie star—or like anyone except herself. Chosen Miss America 1037, not even the fame that title brought has given the blond Centenary senior any desire to go in for ultra dramatic makeup or clothes too sophisticated for her years, Although slics well aware of the current (rend toward brushed': upward coiffures, Miss Elizabeth llavcy, beautiful blonde student at Ciplenary College, continues to wear her lovely hair in n long bob. She knows' (bat this hair style happens (o he more flattering to her. And she has no intention of wearing an unflattering'coiffure simply because it happens to be in the news. By ALICIA.HART NEA Service Staff Writer This is the time for the girl who is going to college to start thinking about improving her hair, skin, figure and posture. The- lovely new clothes and the exciting beauty preparations she has ready to take along with her simply won't make up for bad carriage, a sallow, or, worse yet, blimishcd complexion, dull hair or an unattractive figure. Step number one for any prospective coed might very well be an appointment with herself before a full-length mirror. She ought to look at her hair, face and figure from every angle, meanwhile keeping as critical a point of view as possible. During this session, she can think a bit aboul what mother has been saying on the subject of posture and also what she herself has said about girls who aren't neat and tidy or who use too much makeup or none at all. First Weeks Strenuous Naturally, you might as well realize that the first four or five weeks al school arc going to be pretty strenuous. If you aren't in excellent physical condition, the strain of meeting so' many new people, registering, studying enough so tluit you'll make a good III West Second Starring Stripes •*• showing on the mid-term exams and going to dozens of rushing parties is likely to leave you hollow-eyed' and either fidgety or pretty lethargic by Thanksgiving. The sensible procedure, then, is to do your shopping early and in unhurried fashion, get your trunks packed reasonably early, and, between now and ,thc day you leave, be sure to get at least eight hours sleep every night. According to Miss Ellen Couch, hoad of the speech, voice and dramatic department of Centenary Coiltgc, well known junior college at Hackc-ltstown, N. J., bad posture is one of the chief beauty faults of college girls. Since this is true, how about learning to fitand with your chest high, head up, stomach in and hips forward before you get to the campus? There should be no hollow in 1 the center of your spinal column and the muscles at the sides of your neck ought to support your head. It just isn't smart to slump, letting shoulders sag and chest cave in. But it's equally unsmart lo hold shoulders so stiffly backward that your stomach protrudes and there is n hollow in the middle of your back. • If you arc planning to get a new coiffure, by all means gel it now in- i'tead of later, thereby giving yourself a chance to get over being self-conscious about it and to learn how to lake care o fit. If you aren't going to try lo lose The Giant's Causeway, curious rocky formations on -the coast of Ireland, is made up of 40,000 polygonal columns of basalt. 1 2 PRICE SALE ON BETTER SUMMER DRESSES; LADIES ' Specialty Shop STUDIO , 017 South Main Ogburn School of Dancing "Means Health and Happiness for Your Child" y .J>»_rJ? : FALL TERM MUV> BEGINS JmUL Sept 15th U\ Phone 855 If ~ The Finest Instruction Obtainable in the Dance Arts Tuition: Small classes, twice weekly—$5 a month Only $4 If Paid by the 10th, in Advance Also Private and Semi-Private Lessons. ' _ . _ Personality Singing Taught Separately If Desired. . .• Early Enrollment Insures Desirable Lesson Periods. A CLASSIC FOR CLASSES . Headed for the . smarteit schools ... this LeVine original as featured in the August 15th College Number of VOGUE. An ingenious weave of grey wool with" Astrakhan bands -woven into the material. Red leo T ther belt and bow provide contrast. Exclusive to thi» shop . . . and typical of our extensive selectioni of campus fashions. Dress illustrated $14' 95 Fashion Shop Main Street Tlus flattering frock in soft knit wool uses the strjiifd design of its navy and white fabric in clever self-.decoration. The zigzag Hues of the bins; skirt contrast nicely with the horizontal treatment of the bodice. Shoulder tucks, a crocheted wool flower aud a. Harrow leather belt in navy with a white buckle, arc interesting details. Light up a Chesterfield and you'll get your wish for refreshing mildness, better taste and pleasing aroma. You'll say . . . "Chesterfield is a great cigarette." // takes good things to make a good product. That's why we use the best ingredients a cigarette can have... mild ripe tobaccos and pure cigarette paper. . . fo make Chesterfield the cigarette that smokers say is milder and better-tasting. Chesterfield Time on Your Radio PAULWIIITEMAN Every Wednesday KvcHiHf All C. B, S. 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