Saturday; October 1; Oclolior When the Icnves begin to whisper In n tender, sweet refrain Like the rippling of the water And the silvery falling ruin. When gay autumn is reflecting All the glory of the spring, Something sets my spirits soaring And my soul begins to sing. When the goldenrod and sumac Bow in grace and osctasy. Spreading phantom ship an drainbow In the skies and o'er the leu. Feathered friends tire heading southward, Pungent odors fill the air; Quern October—matchlf.ss beauty Dwells triumphant, everywhere. —Selected. The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Christioji church will bold its October meeting at three o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Fred Childers nn West Fifth .street', witli Mrs. J. R. Floyd as joint hostess. The Woman's Missionary Union of Preview Saturday Night Sunday and Monday $250,000.00 MOVIE QUIZ PICTUUK: 'ROAD TO RENO' Will! RANDOLPH SCOTT GLF.NDA FARKELI, the First Baptist church will meet at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon at the church for its regular monthly business meeting. _O- Tho Woman's Auxiliary Sti Mark's Episcopal church will meet at 3:30 Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. II. Barlow on North Hervey street. Harokl King of D:\Uns, Texas, is spending a few days vacation with his mother, Mrs. T. It King and sister, Mrs. Lucille King Dildy. Wayne En el and and Pink W. Taylor were Friday business visitors in Shrevcport. La, Dr. and Mrs. T. L. McDonald are spending the week-end visiting in Dallas, Tejtas. Mrs. J. A. Sullivan is the guest of relatives and friends in Minder), La. -O- Circle No. I, W. M. S., First Melh- odisl church, Mrs. E. P. Stewart lead- i'r, will meet at !i o'clock, Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. H. Stuart, East Avenue B, with Mrs. R. N. Mousor and Miss Mollie Hatch as associate hostesses. Circle No. 2 wT M. S., Methodist church will meet Monday atfevnoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. E. Wiilker. West Third street, with Mrs. C. V. Nunn as joint hostess. The Y. W. A. First Baptist church will meet at G o'clock, Monday afternoon at the church. -0.1. Finley Ward and son, Bobbie, are spending the weekend in North SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY Only Two Performances Daily RESERVED SEATS—Buy Your Tickets Early 21 HOURS THAT EXCITE! £77T"ER lienrl cried out lor llic romance licr innrringe denied licr. And in llie'pursuit of riotous pleasure J site swept a nation into clinos. Daring days, scented romantic nights! Ama/.- ing llirillsrsiylits to" sec in M-G-Nj's mighty hit! n v n m M I Y K O N t SHEARER-POWER Sere«n Way by CtuvdiM Weil, Don. ok) O0<ten Stewart «nd Erne if Vajdu An M-G-M Picluto Directed by 91. S.VAN DYKE n Produced by' JMUNT SWOMBERG y«fh 'JOHN'B AR R YMORE^JII jGjady* Coorgel-Trtenry . , , " ••' !>^^^^WI^«BIIIM*MmMHIi^^MIIIII^_W| Only Big and Complete Circus Coming This Year! HOPE Show Grounds—Old Ily. G7 Wed. GREAT 3 RING WONDERS of the WORLD of WHITE TOPS of their THRILLING BEST [s Circus in October 22 Feature Attraction Acquired From Ringling Bros. Circus Art Miller, agent for the Spnrks- Downie Bros. Combined Circus, announced here Salurday Hint he had made preliminary arrangements for the appearance in Hope of the above named enterprise the' nfttrnoon and nighl of Salurday, Octboer 22. The Downie Circus is greally enlarged Ihis yonr due lo Ihe acquislion of a number of fealuro nltraclions from the ningling-nnrnum Sliow. Charles Sparks is recognized as one of America's most popular "Circus- men." Which results from having given Ihe public a high class and clean form of enlcrtainmenl. The advertising cars will arrive in a few days to place the bright mid flashy circus pastors within the city and surrounding terrilory. The Sparks Circus made n route of Arkansas towns about 15 years ago nnd is remembered :is being one of outstanding "big time" circuses. FIRST CHRISTIAN V. A. Hammond, Pastor Sunday is rally day in the Sunday school. An attendance goal of ICO has been set. All classes have their work cut out for them if this goal is reached. There will be no morning or evening worship services this week. The pastor has recovered from his illness so as to be able to be about his work but will not attempt to preach this week. A special program has been prepared for the rally day and promotion day exercises in the Sunday school and this will take the place of the morning worship service. The Communion will Arkansas points. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hackler and sister. Mrs. Mary Runcan of Chicago have arrived in the city for residence and are domiciled at 919 South Elm .street. Mrs. Hackler and Mrs. Duncan will be remembered as Misses Fay and Mas. Mary Campbell formerly of Hope. Circle No. 3 W. M. S. First Methodist church will meet at 3:30 Monday after noon at the home of Mrs. R. M. LaGrone, N. Hervey street, Mrs. W. G. Allison, leader. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne H. England and little son, Gene, were visiting in Little Rock Saturday. OPENING SPECIAL This coupon good for 1 game of Hillards clip and. lake to CKINEK'S B1LLARD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater SEE JETT WILLIAMS For Quick Service when making your Government Cotton Loans. Classed by a Government Licensed Classer, 103 South Walnut Street Let Us Show You Whats New in Football Fashions LADIES Specialty Shop 50*yard mark. Daniels drove through the line lor 15 yards. On a second attempt ' he drove three more. There Srnackover again stiffened and held Eusoti, Daniels and Baker on three line plays. Daniels Smackover 20.. puntetl out on the Tyrone Power and Nprma Shearer inl'Marie Antoinette'/' At Hit 1 Snvngcr Norma Shearer has been a lucky slnr for every Hollywood male hero who lias romanced with her before the cameras. Clark Cable was a featured player, his screen future hanging in'the balance, when he accepted the minor role of a gangster in "A Free Soul." Talked about love scenes with Miss Shearer won stardom for him. They next appeared in "Strange Interlude," another stepping .stone for Gable, and are soon to be teamed again in "Idiot's Delight. Fredric March mid Leslie Howard were Miss Shearer's co-stars in "Smil- in' Through." which marked the beginning of their greatest popularity. Later March again scored with Miss Shearer in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street." Robert Montgomery's early pictures witli Miss Shearer, "The Divorcee," "Private Lives" and "Riptide," started him on a successful career as a leading man. Basil Rathbone's first motion picture was 'The Last of Mrs. Cheynoj^" with Mi.ss Shearer, a picture which immediately established him as a film favorite. No feminine star Has liac'l more interesting leading men. And now Miss Shearer adds Tyrone Power to her long list in "Marie Antoinette," spectacular picturi/ation of the French Queen's life, which also introduces a new character actor, Robert Morley, The picture opens Sunday at the Saenger theater. Morley plays several tenderly powerful love scenes with Miss Shearer in his role of King Louis XVI, husband of Marie Antoinette. Although Morley has never before appeared on the screen, Director W. S. Van Dyke II already is predicting star rating for him. "Playing a love scene with Norma Shearer is the surest way to stardom I know," said Van Dyke. be held at the close of the special Sunday school program. The Missionary Society will hold its October meeting this Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Fred Childers 011 West Fiftli street, with Mrs, Joe Floyd as co-hostess and Mrs. Harry Whitworth as program leader. All women of the church are invited and urged to attend. The October meeting of the Official Board of the church will be held at the church at 7:45 Monday night. All members are urged to be present. Our people are especially invited to attend the revival services being held at the First Methodist church this week. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Sixteenth Sunday lifter Trinity Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning prayer 11 a, m. Service conducted by Lay Reader. SAT IhiL W*w SAT = ^^^THEATRE : GENEAUTRY UNSURPASSED ARENIC STARS • MARVEL- i OUS PERFORMING HORSES t AMAZING TRAINED ANIMALS • ELEPHANTS AND CLOWNS GALORE •-MUSIC OF THREE BANDS • EXCITING WILD WEST .... two Performances Daily-2 i g P.M.-Doors Open at 1 S 7 P.M Exceptionally High Quality At Astonishingly Low Prices. Special Ueduicd jbfV For "I C C *' or Children X,- Mutinee Prices: OU Adults 19 (Under. 12) BUY VOUK TICKETS EAKLY!-Ticket Wagon Open from 9 u. in. lo 12 Noon to Avoid Rush at Opening Time Night Prices: 50c (plus tux); 25.c for Children (Under 12) "THE BIG SHOW" f With Smiley Burnette Also "The 3 STOOGIES" — Mickey Mouse No. 4 "The Under Sea Kingdom" SUNDAY and MONDAY The Girl Whose Beauty the World Has Called MAGIC Danielle Douglas DARRIEUX * FAIRBANKS, Jr. In A New Universal Picture THE RAGE OF PARIS with— Mischa Auer—Louis Hay ward— Helen Broderick Also—"Three Smart Boys" Latest News At the.New Acclaimed by critics on both sides of the Atlantic for her superb artistry in both dramatic and comedy roles. Danielle Darrieux, radiant idol of the European screen, maltes her American debut in "The Rage of Paris," Universal comedy romance which opens Sunday at the New Theater. The picture was filmed by Universal studios at a cost of more than one million dollars under the same director, Henry Rosier, and with the same technical experts who worked to perfection Deanna Durbin's first two screen hits. The story presents Miss Darrieu.x as the heroine of a whirl wind romance which involves both a handsome advertising man and a rich playboy. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., whose recent performances have added new brilliance to ;i famous theatrical name, is co-starred with Miss Darrieux. The top flight supporting cast is headed by two comedy favorites, Mischa Auer and Helen Broderick, and fealures Louis Hayward. New Type of Story The gay story is said to create a brand new formula for romantic adventure films. It was written by the famous scenario team of Bruce Mansing and Felix Jackson, who did the screenplay for Deanna Durbin's latest hit. "Mad About Music." Mischa Auer's genius for cimedy is given full play in the role of a Russian waiter. He nearly worries himself to death after being persuaded against his wishes lo finance a marriage career for lhe k pretty but penniless French beauly. Helen Broderick appears as a quick willed ex-actress who talks Mischa oul of his bank-roll. As a self-appointed adviser in affairs of the hearl she proceeds lp show Danielle hpw lo handle American men.—Louise Hayward as Ihe third member of the romantic triangle, competes with Fairbanks for the heroine's hearl. Miss Dnrrieux's costumes, for sequences in which she takes a fling at smart society afler her rise from poverty, represent the most lavish array of feminine finery seen on any actress in recent years. Smackover was unable 'lo gain and punted to Baker on the 50. Daniels drove for 4. He look the ball again and made nine. Baker got off to a nice gain on the next play, 12 yards. Eason plowed for five to place the ball 16 yards from the goal line as the half, ended. Third Quarter Smackover received lo slarl the Ihird quarler, returning to the 35. There was no gain on three line plays About five Bobcats were through on the next play, blocking the punt where Roy Taylor scooped it up and ran for touchdown. Daniels failed lo kick exlra point. Smackover received, returned lo the 35 where Esles, Scott and Thomas plunged for a first down. R Taylor and Dean Parsons nailed Estes for a five-yard loss. Esles got off a bad punt which sailed out on his own 40. Hope failed to gain and punted to Smackover's 25. Hope was penalized 15 which brought the ball up lo the 40. Bobby Ellen and Major Simpson tore through lo snag Esles for an 8 yard loss. Bolh men were on him. Smackover then punled lo Baker who brought Ihe ball back up to Smackover's 40. Daniels made five on a line play and then Eason passed to Baker for 15 yards. Daniels made five and Baker went around end or 5 nncl first down on Ihe 10. Daniels made four more as Ihe quarler ended wilh Ihe ball on the six-yard line. The Final Quarter Two more line plays with Eason and Daniels carrying Ihe mall moved il to line one-yard line. On fourlh down a line play failed. Smackover punled to its own 40. Baker ripped off nine. Daniels and Eason wenl for nine more and then Baker and Coleman carried •the ball lo Ihe 18. Hope lost the ball at this point when Simpson, tackle, caughl a forward pass flipped by Daniels. Smackover look the ball and at- lemplecl to pass. Daniels intercepted on the 28. Baker look the ball from Coleman on a criss-Cross and got loose for 20 yards, being brought down on the 8. Daniels tried two plunges and crossed over on the second try. Daniels kicked the extra point. The Buckaroos were tiring. They received, made a first down and punted. A brief punting duel conlinued wilh Hope gaining. Smackover, wilh Ihe ball on their own 30 allempled lo pass. Daniels gathered it in end dashed lo the four-yard line. He moved it to the one and then elected Joe Eason to-carry It over, Eeaon drove hartl and went over. Daniels failed on try for *xtfa point. Smackover received, made a first down, but was unable to get into scoring territory oS the game ended about five minutes later wilhout either team threatening further. Publication of Charles Dlcken'A baoks has attained a total of 25,600,000 cop*' its. One-fourth of the co-eds at the University of Washington cannot wink, according to eye tests made there. Negro Revival, Rising Star, to Begin Monday The Rev. F. R. .Williams, pastor of Garretl chapel, will begin a revival meeting Monday night, October 3, at Rising Star Baptist church (negro). His subject Monday night will be, "Tho Crying Need of the Hour Is a Holy Ghost "Church." The announcement was made by the Rev. E. N. Glover, pastor. Buckaroos Put Up (Continued from Page One) [Government Cotton Loans Quick Service— . Immediate Payment Cotton Classed by E. C.Bcowu, Licensed Govern- went Classer in Our Office. E. C. BROWN & CO. Hope, Arkansas Coleman recovering for Hope on the Bucks '10. Samuels ripped off eighl yards through the line and Daniels made il first down. Samuels found a hole on the next play and dashed to the Buck 12-yard line. At this point il looked like the Bobcats were off for a touchdown, but the Smackover line stiffened and held on three lino plays. On fourth down. Samuels fired a pass to Fulkerson on the goal line but he failed to hold it. Smackover took the ball and made a first down through the line on plunges by Scott and Thomas. Samuels, Hope quarter, was injured on the next play and was removed from the game. He walked off the field limping. Daniels called the plays the balance of the ijame and did a nice job. Hope held anil Smackover punted to Baker, who replaced Samuels, on the Don't worry about the cost of new winter clothes. Let us clean and press those last year's suits and dresses. They will look like NEW! 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SHOW GROUND HOPE One Day Only... Afternoon and Night Saturday OCTOBER TheOnly Big Show Coming This Year! SPECIAL NOTE: SO THE PUBLIC MAY KNOW—Whereas the word "Circus" is now being misused by a number of small traveling concern who frauduently advertise themselves as such. Your attention is called to the fact that when used in % connection with CHAS. SPARKS-DOWNIE BROS., the word "CIRCUS" guar- 'antees and insures the highest class bonafide 3-RING CIRCUS performance in America today. The First Real Big Circus Here in 2 Fears WAIT! Why pay good money to see a small show when it costs a little more to see CHAS. SPARKS-DOWNIE BROS.— the Only Real Circus Coming. WAIT.
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