Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 16, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 16, 1938
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jYiday, September 16,1938 In fallow fields the golden-rod And purple nslcrs beck and nod, The milk weed launches fairy boats bi tangled silver the cob-wcbb floats. Pervasive odors of ripening vine Fill the nir like a luscious wine. The gentian blooms on the browninK waste; With coral chains is the n l t | or i ncc( |. I he black birds gather, nnd wheel and fly, .The swallows twitter a low, "Goodbye."—Selected. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson were Thursday visitors with relatives in lire city, en route to their home in Augusta, G«. Mrs. Anderson has Spent the summer with relatives in California. —O-Miss Miillic Hatch will spend the week-end visiting with Mr. and Mr Ben Goodlclt in O.an. Mrs. Ella Bright is u, c KUCKl of nc suster, Mrs. S. H. Battle nt Blcvins. George Brannon of Little Hock wa. a Tliui-sday business visitor in (lie city. The different circles of the VV. M U First Baptist church will meet Monday afternoon as follows. Circle No 1 will meet at the country home of Mrs. i. L. Piidgitt, at 3 o'clock. Circle No. 2 with Mrs. F. S. Huntlcy at o clock. Circles Nos. 3 and A at the home of Mrs. W. R. Hamilton at \ o clock. Circle No. 5 with Mrs A T Jewell at .) o'clock. spend Monday in El Dorado attending the Dental association. The Woman's Auxiliary, St. Mark's Episcopal church will meet Monday afternoon at 4:30 nt the home of Mrs. A. L. Black North Louisiana street. Miss Willie Lawson of Little Rock is the guest of Miss Beryl Henry. Miss Lawson made an address before the teachers of Hemnstcad county at the high school, Friday morning. Mrs. Walter H. Harrison of Little Hock is visiting Rev. and Mrs. Fred n. Harrison. Hitler Requires (Continued from Page One) Thomas) Masaryk and (President Ecluardl Benes did not hesitate to leave the country during the World war when they were agitating for independence" from Austria. Dr. and Mrs_A. J. Neighbor wil • ENDS FRIDAY • GINGER ROGEKS in "STAGE DOOR' SATURDAY TWO BIG WESTERNS lOc and 15c "THE TWO GUN CABALLKRO" —and— HOB BAKER and FUZZY KNIGHT "Border Wolves" Coming Sunday— Edward G. Robinson—in "I AM THE LAW" ENDS FRIDAY Talk for 3 Hours BERCHTESGADEN, Germany—</!>)— Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain nd Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler talked or more than three hours Thursday n a conference weighing the issue of var or peace in Europe. An official announcement said the wo statesmen "had an extended, frank xchnngc of views on the present situation" and Chamberlain will return to London Friday to consult the British cabinet Another meeting between the two will be held in a few days, il was said, at a more convenient place than the Fuehrer's Alpine home. What passed between Hitler and Chamberlain during their initial meeting remained the secret of themselves and their confidantes. The basic issue was the conflict between Prague and Berlin over demands of Czechoslovakia's Germanic minority, which first called for autonomy and other concessions but now wants union with Germany. One thing was taken for granted HOPE STAR,, HOPE. ARKANSAS 0 '-i Starts at the Saenger Theater Sunday Weekly Sunday School Lesson By WM. B. G1LROY, D. D; Editor of Advance . <=• ' «•<"-! i i <ui g| illivmi—• that the head of the government of the British empire had not come here as a suppliant. Germans were proud of the history-making turn of events but none suggested that Chamberlain had come to bend a knee. Taking his first airplane ride, the GO-ycaf-old prime minister flew from London to Munich—a distance of G10 miles—in three hours and 55 minutes. A Rome dispatch reported that be- il 0 ' e<win e London, Chamberlain talked by telephone with Premier Mussolini of Italy in addition to having a consultation with Premier Daladicr of France. In Tibet, sticking out the tongue is the common form of greeting. Starriag ....HARD Oil CHESTER MOMHS JOAN FONTAINE with HARRY CARET PAUL OUIlFOUr KO-RADIO PICTUIt SATURDAY Double Feature "SPEED lOc and 15c TO BUR N" E v e r y thrilling moment filled with grand Entertainment. —And— Starts Sun.— Sonja Henie in "MY LUCKY STAR" Ilcr Grandest Hit! THEATRE FRI DAY In Person — On Stage BOB & JOE SHELTON AND THEIR "SunShine Boys" -OF- Radio Station KWKH (Shrevcport, La.) -ON THE SCREEN— The Battle Of the Century "The Higgins Family" — with- JAIMES, LUCILLE, RUSSELL G L E A S O N Also— MICKEY MOUSE in-"TIIE WORM TURNS" Pete Smith "Barnic Night Out" _ __ "A Girls Best Year" Jonathan: Courageous Friendship Text: I Samuel 20:4-17 In striking contrast to Saul's jealous pursuit of David and .his efforts to destroy the young shepherd is the friendship toward David of Saul's son, Jonathan—a friendship that has ADMISSION Colored Balcony ioc-r )C SATURDAY Peter B. Kyncs The Cowboy Star Staring Charles Starrett Also Tense Drama "Under the Big Top" -with- MARJOKIE MAIN, ANNE NAGEL JACK LA RUE No 2 "UNDERSEA KINGDOM with Tuscoii Smith, Smiley Burnelte . ' " " .»_iiv.piin^ UlttL JU1A become symbolical in history, like the friendship of Damon and Pythias. Saul, as we have seen, was a man of two characters and two moods. In his noblest character, he was modest with elements of kindness and magnanimity, but when jealous rage seized him, he was filled with hate and violence. Jonathan seems to have inherited all his father's finest qualities and none of the evil. Jonathan was of course deeply painted by the attitude of his father, Saul, twoard David, and he did all in his power to protect David from his father's wrath. In the portion chosen for our les- .son, David is confiding to Jonathan his fear of sitting at the table with the King lest the king's anger should endanger his life. Jonathan undertakes to inform David whether Saul is in a peaceable or a hostile mood. He makes a clear covenant of friendship with David, and the covenant is confirmed by both men. The verse in our lesson which describes this is quite effective. H tells us how Jonathan causes David to swear to the covenant "for the love that he had to him; for he loved him as he loved his own soul." The friendship surely was creditable to both men. David might well have feared and hated the son .of the man who had -sought to take his life. Jonathan might well have shared his father's jealous feeling about the praise that had been showered upon David. But David saw in Jonathan all the qualities that were finest in Saul without any of his evil temptations or purposes;, while Jonathan, on the other hand, saw in David the.qualities that lie admircd-courage, magnanimity, and loyalty. The final scene in the story of the friendship conies with the death of Jonathan in battle-in that overwhelming defeat of Israel in which aaul died with his sons. A most effective passage in the annals of friendship is the story of Dvids lament over Saul and Jonathan-over Saul as the king of Israel and the one who had been anointed, and over Jonathan, whom he had loved as a true and faithful fritnd. Dvitl has been called the sweet -singer of Israel, though in reality he was a man of war and bloodshed. But here in this relation with Jonathan, all that was finest in him came out, and it is the poem of a sweet tngcr that we have recorded in praise of Jonathan: "I am distressed for three, my brother Jonathan: Very pleasant hast Ihou been unto me: Thy love to me was wonderful, Passing the love of woman." Life and literature have been greatly enriched by this story of a perfect friendship. MIND Your MANNERS T. M. R«». U.* PH. 08. Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Is it wise to scrawl a sentimental signature on a photograph? 2. Would it be proper for an engaged couple to travel together by train when it means spending a night in a Pullman? 3. If a man is with a woman, may he take his seat in an automobile first in order to avoid the danger of traffic if he enters from the left side? 4. Is it all right for a man to offer his arm to a woman if they are in a crowd and likely to become separated? 5. When an engaged couple live m different cities, is it all right to ask the girl and another man to a party together? What would you do if— You have a date with a man who insists against your wishes on getting amorous, yet you want to keep his friendship— (a) Keep in a crowd? (b) Insist on going home? (c) Put up with him? Answers 1. No, only a name. 2. Yes, although one would not occupy the upper and the other the lower berth in the same section. 3. No. 4. Yes. 5. Of course. Best "What Would You Do" solution—(a). PAOETfl] Chained tor Sake of Love; Etc BMB^MBMBMMlMaiMIIMM^iMMaJ^iiii '' T ..,__:, • ••..'- '•',' ..... George's Victory (Continued from Page One) FIRST METHODIST Fred R. Harrison, Pastor —Photo By Star. —j-uoio u STEWART S JEWELRY STORE Hamilton Watches liuluva Watches Elgin Watches 35 Years Selling Reliable Goods JEVVELRY-CLOCKS-SILVERWAIUJ First National Bank Bldg. Hope, Ark. Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry Ucpamug The church school will meet at 10 a. m. with classes for all ages. As Hjope youth will return to the school room Monday, after a vacation period, so youth and age alike, should begin Sunday the exodus from vacalion- Ind to the church school. At the congregational worship service at 10:55 a. m. the Pastor will preach on the theme, "When God Loses." Rev. J. D. Baker, presiding elder of the Prescott District, will preach at the evening service, and conduct the fourth quarterly conference. You are cordially invited to hear him. A1J the officials of the church are urged to be present. The Board of Stewards and other officers will be elected. The Intermediate and Young People's Epworth Leagues will meet at 6:45 oclock. We welcome the teachers in public schools back to theicr work after vacation. A number of you are Methodists, and we urge you to find your place in our church. If y our church home is not represented in Hope, we extend you a welcome at the Methodist church. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Thos. Brcwstcr, Minister Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning worship 10:55 o'clock. Young Peoples meeting 6:45 p. m Auxiliary meeting Monday 4 p. m Mid-week service, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to all of these services. FIRST BAPTIST William Russell Hamilton, Pastor The football team would not expect to be able to win games if it paid no attention to those things which develop strong bodies and alert minds. Spiritually, people are just what they become by doing the things which develop spirituality. The Lord's day is given for the development of spiritual health. The First Baptist church plans services which will held anyone carry out God's plan for the day. Over 700 men, women, boys and girls who are enrolled in the First Baptist Sunday school are urged to be PI iSf° nt f ° r tlle 0 P c »i"g song at 9:4.1. The morning worship service, opcn- ng at 10:55 is for all who desire a quiet communion with the heavenly father. The pastor preaches on: Growing Like Jesus." The Training Union, mooting nt , p. m affords opportunity for Christian fellowship and service. The message at the evening .service cm: "Becoming More Popular" should be a timely o,,c. Come, bring others with you at 8. A cordial welcome is extended all Lord " ClOSC '' fcllowshi l' w'th the CJ ARRETT M^IOfUAlT CHURC 11 distributed among the counties according to their legislative representation. Popular votes in a county control to whom the unit vote goes. Seond in the race was another man against whom the president had spoken, former Gov. Eugene Talmadge, fiery administration critic. The unofficial count showed he received 101,975 popular votes and 148 unit votes from a lead in 65 counties. George led in 87. Lawrence S. Camp, federal district attorney endorsed by Mr. Roosevelt, ran third with 78,134 popular votes and 16 unit votes from a lead in seven counties. He conceded defeat early. Renominated in Wednesday's primary was Gov. E. D. Rivers, who asked for an endorsement term to complete his "little New Deal" program in Georgia. The incomplete returns gave him 161,034 popular votes with a lead in 101 counties for a total unit vote of 262. Running second was Hugh Howell, former chairman of the state Democratic Executive Committee under Talmadge's regime, who received 135,332 popular votes for a lead in 57 counties and 126 unit votes. John J. Mangham, former chairman of the State Highway Board, was third with 20.201 popular votes and two unit voles from one county. Robert F. Wood, Athens sales- fr. e fnooks afcpear,dn clycs of the library! rr e «rq zen.-ranru* Hurst. I Land of Tb r kSrrt>w," Shirley S«t. icrt, '•".'."...' » j."A Modern Jezebel,;' Irene Neml rosKvy." ' ' v v 'ILisa Vale," Olive HJggins Prouly. r One to L ve With," Ruby M. Ayre*. : • Homing, 1 ' Grace L. Hill. » win G ' r1 ' >lio0r GiHl " Faith Dald - : "Ehchanted Oasis," Faith Baldwin.' - '••• • Non Fiction . . ' My Son, My, Son." Howard Spring, VRed Star Over China," Edgar ono^, . , t ^The _following new westerns and mysteries have been, added to the ?« sn ?lves of the library, < •• ..(Singing .Guns," Max Brand. ' Steyens. W ° lf0f Tcxas '" Ward it. ig Lightening/' Charles Sand- ' C - "- er Spurs;" Joe Montague. ° ntho Nile> " Aalha *t' ^''Substitute Face. 1 ' 1 Stanley . Gardner. ' ' -. r ——teep'he r.; factor jr.''Then, iVnnuT," ~j"u'" T°i v '',' c "! i «*-««««s"u .came out and, as shown ; abdv« unchained her to take her for a walk and lunch' Oni^-=---^°-' . tlo ned by police, Tortariello admitted illAvfii'S'a" ' to be followed up by a wedding to ,Miss ' man, ran fourth with 2,003 popula votes. «^ »-^»— . — DomesticWorkers (Continued from Page One) he functions of the organization, and inly a few changes in the personnel.' "The service is an Arkansas organ- zation created for the purpose of sorv- ng the citizens of the state. It serves s a clearing house for employers seeking workers and workers seeking seeking employment. It refers workers to employers only on the basis of qualifications. The final selection is made by the employer. Its services are free." The local office at Hope serves Hempstead and other counties in Southwest Arkansas. Swing Entrant NEW YORK - Guy Lombardo. orchestra leader, owns a speedboat and is said to be thinking seriously about entering the 1939 Gold Cup race. On a day in 1933 a dynamite explosion set off on the Artie island of 'Nova Sembia was detected at Berlin, more than 2,000 miles away. (Continued from Page'dne) northwest Spain lasCfall,'' '' ' • . Julian Besteiro, a'Rightiwing-Social- jst, was reported.to have':arrived at Barcelona.; This prompted .talk "of a •swing of government' 1 policy,'toward conservatism and of a cabinet'shake-up which would,put Besteiro in some-government ministry. ' ...'•' ' •;• . Both political arid miiitary'develop- cnts,. however, depended .-largely on outcome of the Central European'crisis. I he Ebro river front of South 7 Catalonia remained static while orilVaocal raids were reported. $n.the .Yivor'sec- tor otthc Teruel-Sagunto rp,ad front. Sound -Fairway • "> NEW YORK-Qoif^s at Rye Beach drive golf balls from a practice tee nto.Long Island Sound and recover them when, the 1 tide goes out. Pensions of $7.50 .weekly'/oi" all persons in New Zealand over 60' years of age is provided in the New.Zttland government's, social, security.-.b'm- in reduced into: Parliament'-' '' ''' h; a Past.-.Harriet Henry. 'FOB CHOICEK/ C.< ani HEftHllS FLOtiR FURNACES Phone for Estimate '• C<L* .Shiver g^— Electrical Phorie'259 By TWEEDIE tEt'S TRY THEM ON DO YOU Son >»' ,\ M W1 " UU ° n ' WU1 1>read ' at nurctt Memorial church Sunday, September 18. He is one of our oldest and greatct preachers, being 82 years old. His mnd is still alert. He is highly esteemed by many. We invite his friends and all who are interested In come and hear him. A Jwuncl of soap dissolved in a yal- on of hot water and added to five unions of whitewash will give the whitc- vash a glossy appearance. BUY A WANT-ADS This Year? in College J Remember that they are interested in events and people in Hope. The columns of the Hope Star will renew their acquaintance with home town people and their activities, Send Them the HOPE STAR Q Month: Hope Star

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