Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 2, 1938 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 2, 1938
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, September 2,1938 Ozan School Is to Reopen on Sept* 5 Eight Grades Offered— High School at Nashville or Hope The Ozan Public School will open Monday, September 5, with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sparks as faculty members. Only eight grades will be offered. AH high schol pupils will attend Nashville High School or Hope High School. Some improvements have been made on the" Ozan school building and the school grounds. Among the new equipment which has been purchased are new desks and chairs for the teachers, a new duplicator, and a new sand table for the primary room. All pupils who plan to enroll at anytime after the opening date are urged to be present for the opening of school. High school pupils who plan to attend Nashville High School are: James Ball, H. P. Robertson. Gibson Robertson, Cooper Baber. Joe Paul Crane, Hamilton Hill. Virgil Cook, Edna I Stuart, Jane May. Joe Arnold Irvin. j Delois Jackson and Henry Clifton Mur- | phy. There will probably be others. ! John Barrow. Jr., will enroll in the; Hope High School for his senior work, j Lena May Robertson will return to; Arkasas State Teachers College, Con-J way. where she will be classified as a sophomore. Nell Stuart will leave Monday for Magnolia, where she will enroll in the A. & M. College, as a freshman. John B. Baber plans to enter Magnolia A. & M, College. Henry B. Citty will enroll in Henderson State Teachers College, at Arkadelphia. Imon Norwood, who recently received his degree from Henderson State Teachers College, will teach at Stephens, Ark. Youth Meets to Aid-Youth Report of New Mo. Pac. Ozan Depot Unverified The Missouri Pacific railroad station, which was torn down last week, has been replaced by a small station which will be used for freight and for the night mails. It was reported that a small modern, attractive station would be built, but to date the report is unverified. A carload of cinders has been put on the old location to level the grounds. Other work that has been done in the town includes the filling of the public well east'of the Farmers Supply Store and of the well near the F. P. Citty barn. Ozan Washington Mrs. L. K. Monroe left Friday for a vacation trip to Hot Springs. A. G. Black of ElDorndo spent Sunday and Monday here with friends. Miss Bessie Trimble returned home Monday from Newclllon, La., where she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Butler for the rx\st six weeks. Willie Johnson of El Dorado i.s spending this week with his sister. Mrs. Paul Dudney and family. Miss Lclhii Friuner, Miss Joelhi Gold and Miss Nita Miie Kolb spent Sunday in Tcxnrkana. Mrs. Lucille Carrignn and little daughter, Joan, visited Mrs. Carrie Carrigan in 0?.:m Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Card had us Sunday guests Mr. ami Mrs. Guy Card and daughter of Hope and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Caudle and family of Bodeaw. M. S. Bates of Hope was a Monday visitor here. Mrs. M. C. Kolb and daughters, Nitn Mae and Jumicl IIHVC visited relatives here (he past week. They were joined by Mr. Kolb Sunday und all returned to their home in Tcxarkanu Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Pinewir and son have moved back to town after spending the summer at their farm on j Route 2. j Rev. G. W. Robertson. Miss Vivian: Get!:, Miss Evelyn Ruth Timherlakc, ! George Robertson, George Saunders; and Roscoc Timbcrlnke, attended n District Epworth League meeting at Davidson camp grounds near Arkn- ilelphia Monday. Of interest to the friends of Claud A. J.ilmson of Washington, D. C., is the announcement of his marriage to Miss Vena Moses of Hope, which took place at Benton on Fridny, August 19. Mrs. Johnson is n popular saleslady at Rcphan's Store in Hope. She will join Mr. Johnson in Wnshing- thev will make their home. Mr. Johnson has u government position there, and is spending his vacation here. Mi. and Mrs. C. C. Stuart moved then home to Hope Wedncsd;, 1 '. Mrs. Sliiin-i will tenth in Oglosby school there Dr and Mrs. J. L. Booker lire moving into the Stuart home this week. M'~ Vermin Mes.scr is spending the week with her parents, Mr, und Mrs. J. E Bearden in Hope. A. N. Stroud, who has been seriously ill ,it I us home on Route 1, since Sat- urda\. was reported as being considerably belter Wednesday morning. Mi. and Mrs. A. F. Simmons were Hope visislors Saturday, Mi. iiiul Mrs. Moss Howe of Bis Sprinu. Texas, are visiting relatives here this week. Miss Carolyn Trimble of Hope is the fjucst of her aunts, Mrs. J. A. Wilson iind Miss Bessie Trimble. Mrs .Lee Holt m.d Miss Kalhryn Holt spent the week end with friends ;it Joiner, Ark.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson and children of Columbus spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Levins and family. Mrs. Znn Ray was a Hope visitor Saturday. Ralph Malone left Sunday for Washington, D. C., after a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schoolcy of Hope were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Williams. Mr. and Mr«. Clnud Agec, W. P. Agce, Mrs. Will Agec Jr., nnd Misses CluirloUe. Claudia and Clyta Verne Agee visited relatives and friends here Sunday. Mrs. Neal Brewer nnd children of Gum Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Casey of Bultcrfield are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dclony this week. Mrs. Ella Gold WHS a Hope visitor Wednesday. Joe Amour. Lylc Amour and their mother, Mrs. Amour, of Colter, visited Mrs. Klla Gold and Miss Joclla Gold last Tuesday. The Home Demonstration club will meet in the home of Mrs. W E. Elmore September 9, at 2:30. If any of the members have anything they wish to exhibit jit the Hemp-stoiid County Fair September 20-24 Miss Bullingtoii requests that they bring it to this meeting and. she will judge them; thereby giving you i\ chance to im- l.rovc on the article before making your entry at the fair. The fair catalog and list of pri/.es have been published. The Baptist W.M.S. met Monday afternoon at the church with 10 present and one new member. Devotional was from Job Mth chapter, followed with prayer by the secretary. Mrs. Cnrd led the Bible study from the Book of Daniel and nfler the lesson a short business session was held. The treasurer gave the monthly financial report. The state mission season of prayer in September was discussed and the .secretary was requested to order books for this use. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Pruitt. Buddy Stuart, who is moving with his family to Hopo lit i.s week, was .tendered a farewell party by Ihe young people of the Pre.sbytor'mn church Monday night at Ihe home of Miss Nell Jean Myers. The entertainment which Wits n surprise In the young honorce. was a pot luck xup- pc'r served buffet style in the Byeis dining room. The young people and their invited guests were Misses Louise Page, Evelyn Ann May, Bellie Sue Levins, Gladys Marie Martin, Nell Jean Bycr.s, Carolyn Trimble of I lope; Buddy Stuart, Lewis Lively. A. D. Monroe. Dub Pinegar, Joe Jackson and Chas. William Dudney. Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Rihcrtam visited friends lit Center Point last Thursday. A large number of 0/an jieplc attended the revival meeting at the Baptist church last week. There was no meeting of the Presbyterian Auxilnry Monday afternoon, it being the fifth Monday of the month. The September social meeting next Monday will be at the home om Mrs. Gallic Elter and Mrs. W. II. Etter. All members are cordially invited to be present. Mrs. Leo Davis and children nnd Mrs. J. A. Blakeway and son of Tex- nrkana were Sunday guests of Mrs. Emily Watkins and Mrs. June Pint- gnr. Mrs. Ethel Whitehurst of Hope visited friends here Friday, Although barely visible on maps of the wrld, the five tiny Pribilaf islands have brought the United States $15,000,000 through scaling operations. Just a Few of the Thrifty Women who Shop the Grocery Ads in The Star Every Thursday AND SAVE! Don't Forget the Grocery Ads Appear Every Thursday Mrs. Lucille Carrigan and little daughter Joan, of Washington, spent Monday with Mrs. Carrie Carrigan. Price Citty and son, Douglas, of Texarkana, were . the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Citty Monday night. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Holt of Hope, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Citty liunday. Miss Carolyn Hughes, of Benton, is visiting Mrs. Chlora Citty. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Nanny, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Barrow, have returned to their home in Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Irvin have purchased the W. H. Webb residence. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin, who have been occupying the residence of the former Mrs. Lona Robins, will move into their new home soon. Jerome Smit has recently purchased a new Webber farm wagon. W. S. Atkins of Hope, was a business visitor in Ozan Tuesday night. Warner Citty has been appointed constable in Ozan. Mrs. Ethel Carrigan and Miss Lena May Robertson visited Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Robrtson Sunday. Miss Charleen Irvin. who has been visiting relatives in El Dorado, has returned home. J. S. Crane, who has been ill for the past week, is able to return to his Welcoming five hundred delegates from fifty-five countries to the second World Youth Congress, Mayor La Guardia of New York urged the delegates, who. represent 40,000,000 young people, to adopt as their slogan "Let there be peace." The Mayor is pictured above addressing the opening rally of the Congress in New York's Municipal Stadium. More than 20,000 persons jammed the huge bowl to enjoy the pageantry, singing and native folk dances. Below is shown the picturesquely costumed Czechoslovak group doing some lively stepping. work. Mrs. A. B. Christian was a business visitor in Hope Monday. 'Several from Ozan attended court at Hope Monday. The Rev. G. W. Robertson conducted regular preaching services at the Oran Methodist church Sunday morning and night. Shover Springs Mrs. Anna Hickerson and family of j Honeywald. Tenn.. were guests of her | niece. Mrs. Bryan Ruggles recently. : Mr. Nath Phillips has returned to his home in Foreman. Ark., after a pleasant visit with his brother O. J. Phillips and sister Mrs. John Lasetor. His nephew Wallace Phillips accompanied him home for an extended visit. Sandefur Dudney and family motored to Patmos Sunday and were guests of J. M. Eubank.s and family. ! Mr. Rufus Mcuser has returned to his home in Hope after spending sev- | era! days with his daughter. Mrs. E. Aaron. Mr. Noah Cassidy had the misfortune Movie Scrapbook , 6°MITA \s ON& OF-rue BEST PAID, CHILD ACfTfleSSeS IN H°i-CfwOOD, THIS CURIOUS WORLD By Willfam Ferguson VET A CHILD CAM HANDLE IT wrm EASE. ONE: LETTER OF ) THE ALPHABET; I PLACED IN EA.CH \ OF THESE BLA.NK \ SPACES, //AXES J A WORD, t—-^ DESERT ONCE. WAS A 8 -i5 FRESHWATER. LAKE. HAT \<S THE LETTER. •? PLAYS \N\TK POLLS A.-op £L.ePHAMTV?.. ANSWER: The letter is "Y" and the word i, ":,y/.ygy." meaning "The point of an orbit, as of the moon, at winch thu planet is in conjunction or opposition." By BILL 1'OKTKK mill GrXWGE SCAKBO Bonita Granville soured to stardom a.s a brat in "These Three" . . . but she's sweet and well liked in real life ... 15 years old . . . will ;:o<;ii •tart to play ingenue roles . . . has worked in pictures seven years . . . and on the stage three . . . doesn't have dates . . . and won't stand for publicity department romances . . . graduates from high school next year . . . will go on studying languages . . . has been taking piano and clanciii!; lessons for five years . . . wants to study voice and designing . . . designs ino.st of her own clothes . . . five feet one-half inch tall . . . hates brats and catty people . . . goes to bed at 8 o'clock every night. of losing lii.s house and most of the contents Sunday morning by fire. Mr. Stephens who occupied part of the house Ic.st everything except a sewing machine. Mr. Steve Jtoger.s and family of El Dorado are guests of his brother, Roy, and family. Mrs. Ix.'on Darwin arid son Rufu.s and daughter Gcraldinc of Searcy, Ark., were calling on relatives and friends in this community Wednesday. They were dinner guests of Hugh La.s- eter and family. Mrs. Silas Sanford of Hope and daughter Mrs. Gene Moore of Benton visited with Earlie McWilliams and family and Grandmother Andreson, Tuesday afternoon. .4 H" '' Days Good Buy Days Off to school... in a brand-new suit and shoes... the pencil case he begged for held tightly in one hand. Trying to hide the uncertainty and fear oi' his first day at school, That brand-new suit, those shoes —- where did you buy them? Where did you buy the new school dresses for your suddenly long-legged little girl? Where did you get the trunk that will soon pack your eldest off to college? You've learned in your own school oi' experience to study the advertisements before you buy. You planned your purchasing with an eye to sturdy quality at reasonable prices. Reading advertisements has helped you find what you wanted — has helped you save your time, your energy, your money. •V' I *

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