Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 21, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAB, ttOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, September 21, Gala Reunion and ID-Day Celebration Mark 75th Anniversary of Battle of Chickamauga I I WI By NEA Service CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.,—Along the Chickamauga. on the foggy Sunday morning of Sept. 16, 1863, gray and blue-clad men fought desperately with long slim bayonets and clubbed rifles. On the morning of the same day this year, their descendents, now a united people, began a 10-day celebration to honor the men who fought destxirately over the same ground 75 years before. On Sept. 21, President Roosevelt himself will join the celebration by speaking and reviewing a military contingent. Again, as at Gettsburg earlier in the year, veterans of the Blue and Gray will join hands in a last battlefield reunion while men of the regular army re-enact the battle in which many of them fought. A pageant and historical spectacle. "Drums of Dixie," in which 2000 are taking part, will recall each night the events commemorated, and fireworks will harmlessly suggest the more deadly artillery of '63. Governors There, Too The 10-day celebration will commemorate not only "The Great Battle of- the West," but five occasions in all: the 100th anniversary of peace with the Cherokee Nation; the 100th anniversary of Chattanooga; the 75th anniversary of the three closely connected battles of the Chattanooga campaign of '63 Chicamauga. Lookout Mountain, and Missionary Ridge. . Congress, the state of Tennesee. the city of Chattanooga, and Hamilton county all the united in .providing Beside the participation of President j Hooscvelt, Governors. Bibb Graves of Alabama, and Ed Rivers of Georgia wil take part, and many prominent men and womtn from all parts of the south arc to act as hosts. Half Million People Expected More than 5000 troops, federal and national guard from the three states in the conjunction of which the Chattanooga campaign was fought, will take part in the re-enactment of the battles, and in reviews and other military events. Regattas, horse shows, an air show, amummers' parade, and other varied events will fill each clay's program from the opening of the celebration with the Cotton Ball Sept. 16, to the solemn memorial and patriotoc ralley which close the proceedings on Sunday, Sept. 25. Half million people arc expected to attend. "Wooden Nickles" Souvenirs Atmosphere of the Old South is to be recreated at the opening ball, during which'girls of the New South grabed in ruffles and hooped-skirts wfll make thtir curtsies to the King and Queen of the ball, whose indentity in occordance with custom, will no be related until the night of the affair Eagerly sought already are the "wooden nickles" which have been issued as souvenirs of the celebration similar to paper money, but printei on thin wooden veneer strips. A gal; carnival atmosphere has taken pos scsion of Chattanooga. All in kaki now, soldiers of 192 will march on peacful missions ove the ground so bitterly contestel years ago by the Gray and Blue. " Today a cala celebration, but yesterday a series of furious battles between Union and Confederate armies locked in conflict around Chattanooga. Tcnn. The painting reproduced above is an artist'l conception of the Battle of Chickamauga. which 75 years aeo (Sept. 19-20. 1863) shook the country. Blevins house.—Senator Vandcnbcrg of Mich- San. Mr. and Mrs. nichard It. Thompson nd sons, Dick, Jim and Joe, of Wich- ta Falls, Texas, were Wednesday (uests of'jMr- and Mrs. A. M. Wade. Mrs. W. R. Stevens and children, Virginia Sue, Nancy Lou and Billy of ,iltlc Rock, were last week guests of K. B. .Spears. Billy Wade returned to his home In WU-hita Falls Wednesday after spend- ng the past four weeks with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wade. Mrs. Sally Morris of Prcscott spent j!.st week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Anhony Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Gco W. Stcuart spent the week-end in Gurdon visiting Mr. tnd Mrs. A. B. Stcuart and Mr. ami LNmzil Stcuart. Mrs. Ruth Cox was the week-one guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baynhan in Tcxarkana. Mrs. J. D. Cornish of Prcscott was a business visitor in Blevins Friday. Miss Hazel Peterson of Prcscott was Thursday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ton J. Stewart. | Mrs. J. L. Gamer returned hom< Saturday from a visit with relatives in Shreveport. F. F. Honea. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Honca rmd son Charlie left Friday fo Chandler, Ariz. Miss Bculah Thomas was shoppin in Hope Wednesday. K. B. Spears is spending this week in Brinklcy visiting hi.s daughter, Mrs. Robert McGregor, Mr. McGregor inn! daughters Misses Barbara and Betty Hardy. Miss Helen Wade of Wichita Falls'ar- rived Thursday to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wade and attend school at Blevins High School. Mr. John Sanderson of Shreveport was the Saturday guest of his sister, Mrs. Carrie Bonds. She accompanied him home and is visiting relatives there this week. Miss Ruth Huskcy of Little Rock spent the week-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Huskcy. THIS CURIOUS WORLD fiy William Mrfuton i BARBS An eastern farmer reports that ightning stripped the trunk of one of his apple trees shortly after insects -uid attacked the fruit. Fortunately, -lowever, the bark was worse than the blight. Do you suppose the reason most newly married couples don't come down to earth sooner is that they just refuse to recognize the gravity of the situation? Comes an announcement of the dia- covery of a process for making champagne in 60 days flat. Now what's the point of making it flat? A man in Paris bit a dog. the .other clay, and was immediately whisked off to a mental institution. Which suggests that the whole- truth of the rnat- IS FAR. PURE WHEN IT REACHES THE IT GATHERS MICROBES THE DUST-FILLED FISH- NEVER. LJVE: FRAOTURH: SEE OUR WINDOWS iMluors' Greatest INDIANAPOLIS—Leo Miller, business manager of the Indianapolis Indians who shifted from the International League to the American Association when Ray Schalk left Buffali tost winter, is glad that Joe Gordon won't be around to bother the Association winner in the little world scr- ies this fall. Newark took four straight from the Red Birds in Columbus after dropping the first three in the cast a yea ago. "I doubt if there will ever be an ter is simply that if « man bites a dog he's nuts. A moving picture producer an nounccs he's going to make a pictur based on the history of moving pic hires. A kind of colossal trngi-com edy-newsreel -historical - western-cos tumc-epic, with music. CORK. 1738 BY lit* SCRVICC. INC. ANSWER: A broken bone that produces an open wound by protruding through the skin. ;-.•.'; AJter the first few hours of a rainstorm, the descending drops arc much more pure than those tl)at fell 'at the beginning. Snow and hail bring down an even larger percentage of microbes than docs rain. ; '" • • other minor league club which will be the equal of la.st sciison'.s Bears," says Miller. "Oscar Vitt had a collection of super-stars. The greatest of the hunch was Gordon. "I've .seen a great, many second.base- men in my time, hut none could carry the Flash's glove. He's a combination infieldcr-outfielder. He can catch almost any ball hi.s right-fielder handles . . . that's how he gets aroutul. "When Gordon hopped to the Yankees lust spring there was no doubt in my mind about hi.s fielding, but 1 didn't believe he would hit B.S well as he has in his first season in the majors." HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Phone for Estimate Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 ioth nnniuERSRRV CELEBRHTIOn i Ask for your Souvenir Rainbow Collection of 20 DUTCH TULIP BULBS CERTIFIED J1.40 VALUE FOR ONLY Strictly « Good-Will Offerina «l.the B«r« Co»t of Handling < Hope Furniture COMPANY R. V. Hcnulim T. S. Cornelius Here's Your New Autumn Two- Piece Tailored Frock The Theme Girl of the Chickamauga celebration, Helen Jones, steps out smartly with her drum ahead of a Union and a Confederate soldier bearing the flags which their forebears carried on the same field 75 years ago. .lack, gray with navy, vintage reel j _nd beige. It will be stunning, too. | made with a satin blouw and velvet | kirt. Both skirt and blouse may be vorn with other things. Pattern No. 8232 is designed for sizes 2 14. 16, 18, 20 and 40. Size 14 requires T'a yards of 36 inch material for short sleeved blouse; 2'/4 yards for long- I sleeved. 'Two • yards of 36 inch ma- j :erial for the skirt. j The new Fall and Winter Pattern Book, 32 pages of attravtice designs 'or every size and every occasion, is now ready. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; feature you will enjoy. Lte the charming designs in this new book help you in your sewing. One pattern and the new Fall nad Winter Pattern Book—25 cents. Pattern or book alone—15 cents. For a Pattern of this attractive model send lac in cc/m, your name, address, style number and size to Hope Star Today's Pattern Bureau, 211 W. W»ck er Drive, Chicago, 111. So They Say French West Africa includes Senegal, part of the Sudan, French Guina. ''rcnch Congo, Ivory Coast and Dahomey. It would be utterly asinine for anyone to predict their political future upon the influences of WPA.—Scnato Borry of Tennessee. We refuse to be the first administra- I lion in history to be muz/Jed and gagged.—Marry L. Hopkins, WPA administrator. I In Kurcj-c they :irf talking and I expecting war. hut I <!<> ivjl think there will be any. 1 think they arc all bluffing, and Hitler is the biggest bluffer.—Jules Bache, New York financier, returning [rum Eur.-jpe. I regret to .say that I do not believe any man from the deep youth will tivcr be President,—Senator Harrison of Mi-s.sii--.sir.pi. Much remains to be done before w<: ! can consider our army thoroughly 1 modernized.—Secretary of War Wood: i ing. i It is- extremely difficult, with the i host will in the world, to rentier un! to Caesar what is Caesar's—but no ' more.—Joseph P. Kennedy, American ' iimbasskdor to Groat Britain. America is not a polyglot boarding Building for Community Activities 8232 By CAROL DAY The skirt is cut slim and straight— that's new! The blouse is fastened right up to the high-collared neckline—that's new. It is trimmed with rows of stitching, and they are new, too. In fact, this design <8232> is a very smart example of the indispensable- tailored two-piece run-about dress. It's unusually becoming, too, because gathers beneath the srnoot shoulder yoke and a slight blouse at the waistline give it flattering .softness. Make it up in flannel, jersey, flat crepe or velevetecn, all one color or ATI your Xavorit'j contrast—^curlcl with SMALL COMMUNITY BUILDING PLAN NO. 7O3123 P L A N r fc a v IC U l.M\ti>Sirv Of AZkiNiAS CULLLCE Of AGRICUlTUCC 1 The illustrated small communitx ~~ building as a recreation center and '! meeting plaoc viij accommodate about 100 people. The cost may be kept low by thi! use of native materials and contributed community labor. Buildir'ss for community use are important in rural life in Arkansas. Similar buii-Jings have been con- suuaed in the state from plans supplied by the Unl.-erslly of Arkansas College of Agriculture. Community groups interested m such buildings, market buildings, and canning centers may -secure plans to meet their through their county agent and home demonstration a«ent. Chesterfield Time on Your Radio PAUL WHITEMAN Every Wtdnesday Evening Ml C. B. S. Stations PAUL DOUGLAS Daily Sforts Program Leading N. B. C. Stollom .. . and with more smokers every day who find in Chesterfield's refreshing mildness and better taste just what they want in a cigarette. It 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—to make Chester' field the cigarette that smokers say is milder and better • tasting. ..with MORE PLEASURE for millions isht 19J8, itoOCTT & MYW TOBACCO Co. L

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