Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1948 · Page 3
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Thursday, December 2, 1943 HOPE STAR, HOPE S ARKANSAS octal an Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P, M. * u,o Fi ,,t M cie church will hold i^< V/.S C S • t (hr iViiloV' Hot' Mr n ^ Friday and Saturday, Dumber vJMn, 1 ^o'r^ailey^^n'Ed" ! i'-'TiKh.:i. Mrs. .T. W. Patterson ami Rose Garden Club will rm-M I ""' ^'"^ Wyli<? - l''''ri' : 1 '''°,"'''''• He combfi 1 G will ]• if;;i Au'lhoi:!.-;) ehnrch will meet lease iUoiiM. y at. i•;::'.(.) p.m. al the church ' aml . '"'' i' 1 ' 1 i ••;;!!; •••!• December luncheon. .Any membei not able lo be pro- Monday, December G :""" '" : ' : "' L< - ''_' '" l> h ; ; > ne 2 ' f) '"' 2rw There will be a joint Chrisl m.->:; '! he V.\V.A. of Firsl Baptist i"l'i.'<-!i '.vill meet Monday night at -'-*«; .'i:!;il al ihe churcli for the regular asvr;] Sj in- '.ilhly bush-iess and supper meet^ •< j' ••'•'>'-:. >\'.t Y.Vt .A. members art 1 ask:•"' ; ''<' '" oe present and to bring your '(•} t f..ot'.!'> Moon Christmas offering if •^ L VO>: ]';!'."(• )!/,} /i,,ii,i c,-i ftJi'-L' n/,Hir LAST DAY FEATURES ——2:27 - 4:36 . 6:45 - 8:54 ft' with • Errol Flynn ® Claude Rains ® Brendc Joyce • Donald . • 1.1 . M , i i \, I 11 ; C.'. I 1 I fl Li 1)1 I I 1 11 I L, 11 ye-i; have not done so. Miss Betty A-lai'tin will have charge of the ', op.ram, Car.-'enia Garden Club :£'Hoy:; Christmas Party Tin.- Gardenia Garden Club held 'i: : ;-.niui::l Christmas pai'.ly, Wednesday. December 1. at 2-:!0 p.m. in the V.F.VV. Flu). Hostesses for liv afternoon were Mrs. Royce vVr'i:;.;i;iK-rge]-. Mrs. Nolan Toiletl, Airs. Frank Wider. Mrs. W. W. Andrews. "Mis. .Tamo;: Pilkinlon and Mrs. L. H Toolcy 'the Mm was attractively decora- b;d w ; t.h the Christmas decorations. The mantel held an arrangement, of miniature Christmas trees and red candles. A table covered wilh a hand painted red oil cloth with Christmas designs hold an artistic arrangement .of miniature trees and red candles. Mrs. Koyce Weisenberger. president, opened the meeting with F-TEfiTURES 2:43 - 4:54 - 7:05 - 9:16 itiif**'•'*•/ --f **«* -^ »i " •' <''**-ft~^$ » v 1 *-' 1 1*- f-'jit- ''i r'•"• ^?i^^L2^^ J .j i ;,£>ai^'i;irls^tMi-^.;i PLUS —'NEWS - MUSICAL ~ CARTOON prayer and presided over the business mooting, llrs. Frank Hider was in eharuo of the pro<;n;m and introduced Mrs. Xnhm Tolleii v/ho gave an interesiin:.; Christ inn;; slory taken from a portion of nirkeir; "A Christmas Carol". Mr^. \Vm P Harde.ereo played several ('hri'--f- mas earols for uroup •-i.nt:in<!. Mrs. Arch Moore demo'nsl'r'nlod how to make corsages from eandv and fire-crackers. Following (he demonstration, the members exchanged Rifts from the beautiful lighted tree. KelYoi-.hmenlp wore served lo 1!) members and five .'(lies!.-;. Mrs Franklin Mcl.arlv. Jr.! Vir;' \ i\' Halbert. Mrs. A . F. Siu:.~i. r. Mrs! •I. I,. Kogcrs. an! Mr;;. Wm 1> Hai'degrce. Rrownie Scout Troop 1 Entertained At V.'pinrr Roast ^ Memiier;; of Hie Brownie Seoul Troop !.' under !!n> direction of Mrs. IlMilon Davi:; and Mrs. Karl riiflo-i. I'riioycc! ;>. wilier nv.st at the Fair par!; Wednoyday after school. Carries were played and a Nature study war; he!-].' The leader:; were assisted in caring for Hie If) members by Mrs Curtis Cannon. Caldwell-WalUcr Wedding Announced Mi;, and Mrs. Fred CMdwell of Columinis announce the marriage of llieir daughter. Uovalduie to Kirk Walker. Jr. son of Mr. and M--. Kirk Walker, Sr. of I'.iUlc Rock. The wedding was r,olemni/ed November 2f) at Hernnndo. Miss., with Rev. J. C. W.-KSOII officiating. Mrs. Walker graduated from the Columbus schools and Tor the oast four years has been employed by the government and at present is employed in D.VOKS. Ark. Mr. Walker served !i! months in the U. S. Army and is attending Arkansas Stale Teachers College in Jonosboro. nnd 'Vun Mrs. Edd Williams. Mrs. Jell Williams, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs V. . A. Williams left f relay for Dallas to attend l.h" Williams- BrCAvn wedding at the Ross Avenue Baptist cliurc'h. Friday evening at 7:30. They were accompanied to Dallas by Miss Dove Knotl. who will visit Capt. nnd Mrs. O. I.,. Gibson in Shurmnn. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Hasle.y oi' Arlu.gton. Virginia were overni-ghl guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith and family Tuesday night. DOROTHY D!X Indifferent Fiance Hope Star f her pay envelope on do for her. for Hie worl Star of Hope 1899; Prat 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 PuhlKhcd every weekday afternoon b\ STAR PUBLISHING CO, C. E. Palmer, President Alex, H. Woshburn, Secretary-Treasurer at tho .Mar buildinn 212-214 South Walnut "Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Wasliburrt, editor & Publisher Paul M. Jonos, Maruiqrna Editor George W, Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Jess M. Davis, A-'werti?ing Manager Dear .Dorothy Dix: I have been engaged for three years to a medical student. He will not be in a position to marry for two more years. I love this man dearly, but I fear he has grown tired of (he Fnirr..,] as second rloss motter ot thi Post Office a: Hofjo, Arkansas, under thi At.) of March '3, 1397. (AP!—Moons Associated Press. CNE'A) Means Newspaper Enterprise A L . .•!'•!(, i ion. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable ii Advance). B^ ciiy carrier per wefck 20i per montli 85c. Mail rates—in Hemp stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller am Larayclte counties, $4.50 per year; else wn«rs 'IS..SO. National Advertising Representative — ^•"knnsas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenr •"rh.K i.iullding; Chrcaqo, 400 North Mich .nan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madisor Avc.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Gran* Blvd.; QHahoma City, 314 Terminal Blda :ns. 772 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: T'n Associated Press is enttMod exclusively tt 'he use tor rnpublicatton of all the lore news printed in this newspaper, as well a 1 -j!l AP news dispatches. engagement. He neglects rarely comes to see me. He has some excuse — which ! lalse — for 'not being able to come. He is absolutely indifferent as to v-.'hat I do and he appears bored when 1 try to discuss our future, What should I do. T am terribly wniTj(..,r over the situation. ' A FAN Answer: Break the en«a;,'enient •H once. Beat him to it and so save ,V? ur . f;K ' ( ' 'imony your friends, lhat is what your fiance is tryini; lo force you lo do. lie is too much ol a yeiitleman to \vanl to jilt you himself, so he is putting it up to you to take the initiative in the matter. Dear Dorothy Dix: I have married 20 years to a man \ I love devotedly and who love but lie is attracted to every looking woman he meets and he gels the opportunity IK, around with them a bit. Naturally | this worries me as I am afraid i some clever woman might steal ! him away from me. How would you advise me to me — : handle ibis situation? " lw . !1 J: s ! WORUIF.D VY1FF, 111HI 1S | . „,, , Answer: T he only way you can manage the pbiianderins; liiishanti is to drive him wilh a lu:ht rein. As Ion;; as you do not try to cheek him. he probablv will r!o no rnoiv llKin y.iK/.ai! a little off the straight and narrow road: but if you use force with him lie is sure to bolt, jump the lence and wander off utio forbidden pastures. 'Die tbiiu; to do is to call 'o your aid a sense of humor. Don't 1al;e your husband and his admir.ition of cither women seriouslv. .lust laii::h off his litto affairs and lie will re- .yard them as mere flirtations instead of the grand passion. Men of your husband's type like to have a little flinff with other women, and it flatters their vanity to think they can attract them. Hut in the end they always come hack to home and Mother if she has ihe a wniliiu; {'nine. i Released by Bfesfc Vicfcm Condition Don't try to hanji on to a man v.'lio is tired of you and who wants t'J !M rid of you. It will only brim:; yu humiliation. No girl with any pride wants a lukewarm lover who lias to be hounded into comin;' to / . , see her. who shows that he is bored Wlt lo pl:iy with her society, and who only sticks to his engagement throu«'h I a souse of duty. | Believe me, my dear, you should i consider yourself lucky' that the ! youny man found oul that he was ' mistaken in his .sentiments toward you before marriage, instead of aft- j Un"ion--Gmi6' leet. eiuarci. i'or a broken engagement j is not the tragedy that a broken marriage is; and an unfaithful' sweetheart can't break your hearti| as an unfaithful husband can. Yoiri .can end the matter now with no.! divorce, no scandal, no children to I consider. - • . ] Give M.an .His Freedom Give the young man his free- I clom. Don't force him into an un- ' loving marriage, because no wife The Bell Syndicate. Incj i fit laware has the lowest aver- elevation of any state in the I Helena. Dec. 1 Of,— One of tho 'survivors of a Mississippi river boat explosion is still in a "very j critical ' condition today. '. ( . „. i Physicians reported the condl-i !? so fol ' lorn a »d-.so to be pitied as lion of Dr. W. R. Orr. retired mo wom an a man marries because i Helena physician, is too serious to j allow selling of bones broken in I the explosion. Dr. Orr was one of five survi- l vors of the blast which shattered : a e'.bin cruiser, killing one pas- I'-x-iifio!'. The craft was preparing to i leave a river clock here ~~ Friday iwhen the explosion occurred. Two other survivors are at a I Memphis clinic and another has been released from a Helena hospital. The fifth was injured only slightly. . his mistaken ser.se of honor forces him to carry out the terms of a long engagement. You have wasted three years on this man. Don't waste any more, and console yourself with' the reflection that there are just as good fish, in the sea as have caught. ever oeen When your nose fills up with a stuffy head _ t , cold or occasional con- : r?\> ge's.tlon, but a few drops ' of Vicks" Vri-trd-nbt in' . each nostril and. get comforting j- almost instantly! Va-trb-npl is so effective because it works right where trouble is to soothe irritation, relieve stuffiness, make breathing easier. Try it! Get Vicks Va-tro-riol JSlose Drops! Personal Mention Friends of Mrs. Claude Agee will be happy .to learn that her condition is xepor'ted' as improved.; She lias, been transferred from the' Texarkana hospital to a Shreveport llcspila). i The conditions of Mrs. Russell Steed. Mrs. E. W. Copeland, and Miss Anita Copeland who are in St. Michaels Hospital, in Texarkana, are reported improved. P TO ! \ \ V^C^ l k\^8n V-^- : "V$ . ; \ \-^,4;vw^>,« w&^mffi®^ M \ : .-',-•'VMt'jvV^*- f "~ % \-''. O'^.Vii 5 ' 1 "'' .Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Robert E. Crank. Hope. Mrs. Cecil Rogers. Hope. Miss Lois Gray, Hope. Discharged: . • . Mrs. S. E. Cox, Patmos. J.osephine Admitted: Miss Wilma ville. Sue Sewell, Lewis- Julin Chester Admitted: George S. Median, Hope lantha Don Hampton. Blevins Discharged: Mrs. B.' E. Fuller, Hope Mrs. Lile Cato. Hope: Miss Glenoria Barbaree, Bradley. Dear Dorothy Dix: I have a ' daughter 19 years old. She has a | good job and makes a splendid salary which she spends upon herself, although we are very poor. She never helps me with the housework. In fact, she makes me wait on her a'.s it' I were a servant and she never gives me even a plea- 1 sant word. . . . Why is my daughter 'so selfish; and inconsiderate of me? • 'A MOTHER) .Answer: Because you reared her! ( to be that way-. When your daugh-j [ ter shows you no consideration or' appreciation, and when she is impudent and insulting to you, you are just reaping exactly what you sowed, How can you. cultivate selfishness in a girl for 19 years and then not expect, her to be. .a mon ster ot egotism 'and trunk thai ht has a right to the best of e\ciy thing? How can you let a girl talk back to you from the time she was a baby and then expect her to be polite and deferential to you? It is too late now for you to correct the mistake you made 19 years ago, but you can help mat- I ters by staging a rebellion. Just refuse to be a slave any longer ,to your unappreciative daughter.'. Have a little backbone and an ' ounce of courage and refuse to be sacrificed any further. Perhaps | i when your daughter has to do her own washing and ironing and mending, she will wake up lo the fact that Mother is a pretty useful beast of burden around the house and she might show a little more appreciation and affection for you, as well as give you some part Foot STANDARD. DELUXE and SUPREME MODELS. Now Available at Catalogue Office Phone 1080 Hope,, Arkansas 'THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" ro! Brown, Black find Green Sue do Met<iiiITS and High Heels. zes Values 9.50 to 10.VD IF Good Range of Sizes V/hcre Good Shoos are Fitted CoirectN" FAMILY SHOE STORE 101 E. 2nd St Corhin FosJ-ei Phono 1100 s \aa2' W / US5U i>~ L'OV Just' receiver) 500 j.oir-; rliis ?.eo-:. :-n' shoes in Calish;n:>! L:'.;o<.:>/£ ! S\ii:i, : 'All colors, mureri,"!!;, ,-,;u.i |-ic:.-l lu'iciMt- All size's, hnl iv.! IP i.:v;-r, -,;*!•_'. r. ; ?ure to shop ocir!\ ' v*" IAS. A. Vi-j : -;j r ;':•:/ f** IT t i in, A t, t **J COMPANY CHAS. 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