Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 5, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 5, 1938
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Wednesday, October 5,1988 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS BA A story arrives relating that two foolbnll cheerleaders hnvo entered cnch other's colleges. Il looks like n 'rnw deal. Latest purge victims reported from Ihissin (ire two astronomers who had been studying eclipses. They know nbout them now. There's a mou.se in a midwest garage whose bosom friends so far have been two cats. If the mouse hasn't been named yet, wo .suggest "Prague." PAGE THREES . 'I '" I - ' " T •*. WEDNESDAY BOBBY BREEN Charles Ruggles Dolores Costello "Breaking the Ice" The I)o|,' THUR.-FRI. DRAMA AS Savage as the Untamed North! J'arainmint's lusty romance of Alaska . . . land of (he thundering glaciers . , . where dangers are greater, f r icnclsliips stronger, hales more vicious, fun more riotous and life more rowdy than a n y w Ii e re else on earth! SPAWN OF THE NORTH with George Raft Henry Fonda Dorothy L a m o u r Akim Tamiroff John Barrymore Louise Platt I like a dog at my feet when 1 read. Whatever his si/.e or whatever his breed. A dog now or then that will muz/.le my hand As though I were the greatest of women in the land, Ajntl tiying to tell me- it's pleasant to be On such intimate terms with one like me. A dog leads a curious life at the best By the wag of his tail is his pleasure expressed. He pays a high tribute to man when he stays True to hi.s friend to the end of 1m days. And a wonder sometimes if it happen;i to be That clogs pay no attention to the faults which men see. Should I prove a failure; should stoop to wrong; Be weak at'a time when 1 should have been strong, Should 1 lose my money, the gossips I A President Gives TKanKs for Peace J. 1C. Walker, West Third street, with C. V Nunn i:s joint hostess. Mr.s. Guy Norwood brought a very interesting program on Africa. The devotional was given by Mrs. George Ware. Following a short business period, the hostesses M'lvcd pic and coffee to 14 members and one guest. ,T. D. Barlow, Mrs. M. H. Barlow, Mr.s. Clyde Hill, Mrs. C. C. Spraggins, Miss Maggie Bell, Mrs. B. J. Ogburn, Mr.s. Nettie Urogdcn, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Henry, Mrs. D. M. Finlcy, and David Finlcy were Wednesday visitors in Little Rock to attend the Bishop Consecration Scrviccni held at Trinity Cathedral, Wednesday morning. The October meeting of the Woman* Missionary Society of the First Christian church Wiis held at the home of Mrs. Fred Childcrs, with Mrs. J. R 1'Floyd as joint hostess. Following •!> short business period, the leader Mrs Harry Whitworth continuing in the Mudy of "Seeing the Multitude Ii the Citv" introduced Mrs, V. A would sneer And fill with my blundering many an ' ear, 3ut still, as I opened my door, 1 should .see VIy dog wag his tail with a welcome for me.—Selected. The Pat Cleburnc chapter. U O. C. will meet Thursday afternoon fit 2:3U ;it the home of Mr.s, A. F. Hanegan. i^outh Elm street. -O- Mrs, George Simmers and little daughter, Carolyn of Los Angeles, Calif., are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ward. -O- Circle No. 2 \V. M. S. Fiirt Methodist church. Mrs. John Arnold, leader, held its regular monthly meeting, Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. . I Hi.mmonds whodiscusstd "ThcGrowtl WEDNESDAY PAUL KELLY Frankie Darro Rita Hayworth 'JUVENILE COURT' THUR.-FRI. MICKEY ROONEY JUDY GARLAND 'Love Find Andy Hardy' Let's Go Into a HUDDLE On This Price Business at DUSGAR'S Hie only way you can fairly compare prices, is to compare the ((Utility at the same time. When we advertise a price on an item, wo positively know, that nowhere else can you get that same qualitv item for so low a price! DRESSES $1.98 High .style, snappy little fall and winter frocks, purchased by our New York buyer to give you maximum style and quality at minimum price. Better DRESSES Lovely group of dresses to choose from in this better group. Illustrated is a sample- type (made with short sleeves for the Sou tin made of alpaca and satin, in black. Others in Teal Blue, Rust, Havana, Wine. ' • 98c TWIN SWEATER SETS Variety of colors and styles, set ..»••'- TWIN SWEATER SETS <*. High styles in pure ?2.95 and ...... CHILDREN'S COATS With matching hal, fci/.es to 12 ........ $1.98 :OATS $5.95 WOMEN'S COATS, newest winter styles and colors, sixes 12 to 20 WOMEN'S HATS—Felts in new winter shapes and 1 /J/J colors only . • • "" CHILDREN'S DRESSES for fall school or play A Q wear, sizes 1 to M . TI ^ *• Black or Muscatel By the Star Brand shoemakers, a new high cut winter shoe with mjwlerutu heel, black or muscatel .suede, with calf hkin trim. SCHOOL QXFORDS for girls, brown or black, suede or calf. Solid Leather Star Brand's. S1.95 WEDGES in coppcry-wim- calfskin, just arrived, sixes to 9. DUGGAR'S Women's, Misses, Chilclrens Ready-to-Wear Womens and Misses Shoes 111 West Second—Hope ol the Church in the Big Cily," Mr.s Retlig talked on the "Church and thi community." A most helpful devo tional was given by Mrs. Ernest Gra ham. Before closing the meeting, Mr.« H. C. Whitworth gave some interesting historical fact pertaining to Chris hurch. which was burned in Lilt! lock last Saturday. During the socia ur. the hostesses served sandwiches ookies and punch. -C The City P. T. A. Council held it irst meeting of the school year o ['uesdiiy alfernoon at the city hal "he four P. T. A units were well rep •csentcd and grtatly appreciated 111 new-'age of the guest speaker, Dr. James Workman who spoke on "The [?cla1ionship of Religion in the School, Home and Church." The meeting was •ailed to order by the rcclcctcd prcsi- lent. Mrs. Edwin Dossctt, who an- lounced the School of Instruction, to K- held in Prescott, Tuesday, October :1. and ashed that each unit send at east four cars. Emphasis was also put • n the membership drive from Oc- ober 10 lo October 15. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Story Jr., announce the arrival of a little daughter. Ni.ncy Carolyn on Wednesday, October 5. at Josephine hospital. week-end in Tulsa, Oklahoma visit- ng Dr. rnd Mrs. F L. Nelson. W. O. Becnc of Hope, was visiting with his mother, Mrs. J. W. Hendrbc Friday. Mrs. Hnclon H. Honea returned home Friday from the Michael Moaghor hospital in Texarkana and is reported to be doing nicely. Mrs. H. M. Stephens Jr.. and Mrs, P. C. Stephens Jr., were shopping in Hope Friday. W. E. Lie was a business visitor in Hope Friday. Mr. and Mr.s. Clias. E. Brooks were shopping in Hope Friday. Mr. and Mr.s. Roy W. Bonds Misses Ernestcne Houscr, Eva Fern Stephens Helen Wade, Armene White, Annie Lee Bailey. Nell Bostick, Lucille Smith June Goodlell, Litha McDougald, Ger aldinc Ryan, Eva Jean Sheffield, Co Zumwalt, Bert Scott Jr., attended the football game at Amity Friday, Blevins vA Amity. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wade Jr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Mayficld all of El Dorado, were Sunday gucasts of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wndc Sr. and family. Miss Allenc Jogum was shopping in Hope Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sage'of Kosboro and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sage and son John Allen of Forester spent Monday with Mrs. Gordon Powell, who is in the Cora Donnell hospital in Pres- cotl. They are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wade and family in Blcvins his week. Harold Yatcs of Dallas is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Y;atcs this week. Like millions of other worshipers throughout the notion, President Roosevelt gave thanks for peace at St. James' Episcopal church in Hyde Park, N. Y., the Sunday after Europe's war scare had passed. The President, shown here as he arrived in an open car at the century-old ciiurch, heard the Rev. Frank B. Wilson call for a continued "anti-war offensive." At the New "International Crime," newest type ni mystery entertainment to. come to the screen, has been announced to top tin' new bill which will open on Thursday at the New theater. This newest holding activities which follow the attempt of a single man to solve the details of a perfect crime, and do this fast enough to prevent disaster ••triking the citizens of a foreign country. Treated in the modern manner, it has Rod Lalloque cast as the frankly puzzled young crime commentator who accepts the challenge of a group of international plotters, and undertakes the .superhuman job of doing this quickly enough to forestall the far-reaching consequences which would follow success in their venture!;. It will be seen here for a run of two days. Rod LiiKoquc plays the leading role with a fine sense of balance—combining the devil-may-care of the soldici of fortune sort of operative and the sure, clear logic of the older, slower moving Sherlock Holmes type, Astrid Allwyn. who has the chief feminine role, is seen as his beautiful—and not always brilliant—assistant, a modern young woman with a lot of determination which sometimes leads her into actions which supply plenty of hcad- •ichcs for his employer—to work himself clear of the predicaments which her activities have involved them in. It is biised on a story from the popular magazine series by Maxwell Grant. "International Crime" deals with a case in the career of Cranston in which he pits his shrewdness and nerve agi.inst conspirators whose attempt to block a proposed financial deal places in jeopardy the fate of an entire nation. He is assisted, at times, by his good friend, the commissioner of police; and at other moments finds himself working almost at complete variance with the organized authorities. Not the least interesting phase of the .story comes from the manner in which both sides of the controversy use the radio broadcasts of the detective to involve their opponents. A strong supporting cast figures in the interest holding, topped by Thomas E. Jackson as the commissioner and William von Brinkcn, William Pawley and Walter Bonn-as the principal cbn- spirators and—in lesser roles, Lou Hcarn. Tenon Holtz, John St. Polls, Lloyd Whitlock and Jack Baxlcy. Jackson is one of the most famous porlray- ers of policemen's roles in Hollywood. Blevins Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bcauchamp and son Houston of Texarkana were week end guests of M!r. and Mrs. Wallet Bonds. Miss lone Arringlon was shopping in HOIK: Friday afternoon. Ben Irving and Miss Gertrude Irving were shopping in Hope Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Nelson spent last NEW Under-arm Cream Deodorant Safely STOPS PERSPIRATION 1. Does not rot dresses- does not irritate skin 2. No waiting to dry— can be used right after ihaving. 3. Stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. 4. White, greaseless vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Tested and Approved Seal of the American Institute of Laundering for being HARMLESS TO FABRICS. 39Con ARRID nd S9i a Jar Brownbilt Black Suede Weston side Buckle Strap, Black calf Trim. 14,8 inch heel. Brownbilt Black Suede sole Gore step-in Pump. 19/8 inch heel. HIT Shoe Store Dl IV At Your DU • F » end| y Store B^|MH^^Hl^^HMmBK"HHM^^DBBHHMEAWa^Hi«nv^EH SAVE SHOES HOSIERY 0 COATS v SUITS He was brought there after playing the I | elective during the 22 months' Broad I •ay run of "Broadway," to presest the Tine role; and has continued to be, ,ist as a detective in nearly every iibscqucnl appearance. Charles Lament directed this cn- rossing new type of mystery story, ith Jack Nattcford and John Krafft upplying the screen adaptation of laxwcll Grant's story. Dr. Edward tillciiy was selected to handle the pecial musical arrangements, and the iroduccrs were Max and Arthur Alcx- nder. Last Times Wed. n/reuJd the ROYAL MOUNTEI •*!/__ 1 ONTHEttfAI WHITITRAIl —ALSO- GEORGE O'BRIEN —in— "Park Avenue Logger" Thursday-Friday EXPOSED! As timely as though it was taken from tomorrow's headlines! International CRIME with KOD LaRQCQUE ASTRID ALLWVTS' Comedy—"SOAK THE POOR" HONG KONG—in—COLORS 2-F 0IM CLIP THIS AD—WILL ADMI ONE ADULT FREE WlTH ONE PAID 20c TICKET Movie Scrapbook Mens Hats A better range of style or color can't be found and our prices arc very low for quality merchandise. You wlU find just what you want at your price. Nationally Known Portis $ft.85 HATS 0 — Other Hats down to 98c $1.98 HA ORES! COATS & REBLOCKED John B. Stetsons 1 You will find in our large stock of Coats and Suits just what you have been looking for and at much less than you expected to pay. Two and three-piece suits in the latest colors and fabrics. Coats correctly tailored in all the new weaves and colors, both self trimmed and with fur. Suits &O'Coats You will enjoy wearing our suits or coats for they are of high grade materials and well tailored. Suits ciime in single or double breasted, plain or fancy backs. Coats for sports or conservatives. to $10.98 $ 95 1 9 JOBS \NeCe HE fceCAME AH ACfOR« Let Us Show You WhatsJ New in Football Fashions LADIES Specialty Shop JN SZVCQA L v ijOINV~" IN MANHATTAN*.* By HILL FORTKR and GEORGE SCAKBO Jolui Payne worked at a variety , jobs before he became an actor . ,was a professional wrestler for a while | ... managed a pool room . . . guvc i' ! up because lie can't stand the smell o cigars . . . wrote adventure stories foi pulp magazines . . . worked as a wait cr, sang on the radio i chauffeurcil. anc painted scenery . . . first thcutnca job was in stock ut Rozbury. Mass . , . was tossed out of the Shubcrl of fives in New York . . . was called back later and given u job with a tuiiriii company . . . signed by Sam Gold wyn /without a test . . . now wide contract to Warner Brothers still wrestles, but only for exercise . . . also quite a swimmer, Dress Shoes There is no place where quality tells like it does in dress shoes, They hold their shape, keep their newness and wear longer. We carry only nationally known brands that give you all. to Dress Shirts We are the. local home of Manhattan Shirls, one of America's oldest ami best known fine shirts. Also several ulher standard brands of sliirts. $1.95 Other Shirts 69c to $1.49 Manhattan SHIRTS 5995 Others as Low as $4.98 DRESSES A new shipment just in from New York — in the new weaves of Silk Crepe; including the new rust shades, Green, Wine, Black and Blues. Styled in the latest models. Ladies Hats The season's newest shapes and colors. Styled for the young Miss, the Matron or the elderly ladies. In other words as saucy or as conservative as your taste demands— 98c to $1.98 Dress Shoes Our ladies dress shoes arc more complete this year than ever before, including the new "Youthful tMucle'' shoes that emlic-'ly the best in style and material. They come in wine, blue, rust, blucK and combinations in every wanted heel. $1.98 to $3.98 AAA to C Widths 1 TO (ff HOSIERY Ghost and So-Sheer Brand Our hqsiery is direct from the Dovedown Mills, insuring freshness and longer wear. They may be had in two, three and four thread weaves, giving you weights from the sheerest of sheers to service weight, and at a price lor every purse. 49c 09c 79' 98< Sport Shoes We have anything you might choose to wear in this wide range of styles and materials in both succlcs and smooth leathers. Crepe or leather soles. Regular, wedge, platform or spring hei'ls in wine, brown, blue, black or tan colors. Every pair at a real savings. $1.79 to $3.45 Ladies Undies The new fall line ru rived this week so select your fall needs while tho stock is complete. Si/es from the tiny miss to extra oui sue. 98c A Small Payment Will Reserve Anything in Our Entire Store BLOOMERS, Slip-in—19c to Pajamas Princess SLIPS—19c to Gowns 98c to $1.49 PHAN

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