Thursday, OctoHer 6,1938 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE; MRS. SID HENRY TELEPHONE 32T A I'Icn I Grout me to close the day without regret; Let me not into careless conduct full, Gaining my little purposes, ami yet Wishing some hnsty words I could re- cidl. Incrcn.sc my slock of patience, 1 pray! Let me not whimper loudly at mf care; Let me take pride at evening in the waf 1 met the trials which were mine to bear. Teach mo to plnf the man in little tilings, To suffer disappointments when must, To brave the irritation failure bring. And still be kind and generous am just. _.cl me not Main my victories with hate; When night comes oil let me look back and see In all that I have accomplished, small or great, Nothing which brings regret or shame to inc.—E. A. G. THtATRT Thursday & Friday He defied death ... to solve the perfect crime and save the fate of a Nation! "INTERNATIONAL CRIME" with , f ™Mp> LaROCQUK - ~ lt ^""- Also Tin; POOR" ;ON(! NIGHTS" FF 0 JM CLIP Tins AD—WILL ADMIT ONE ADULT FREE WITH ONE PAID 20c TICKET Mr: and Mrs. Herbert Lowallen an nounce the arrival of a little daughle Carolyn, Wednesday, October 5, ei the Julia Chester hospital. —O— Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rider of Pat mos announce the arrival of a lilll son, Larry Blake, Monday, Oetobe 3, at the Julia Chester hospital. Opening activities for the club yea the Bay View Reading club heel most interesting meeting on Wee ncsday afternoon at the home of Mr V. A. Hammonds, with Mrs. Ac Swicegood as joint hostess. The Hammond home- was bright wit early fall flowers, with lovely rose predominating. The meeting was opcr cd prompt! yat 3 o'clock by the pros idcnt, Mrs. Hugh Smith, and follow ing a season af admiration for ll beautiful new year books and a vote of thanks to the committee and Mrs. Smith for their splendid work, the regular routine of business was dispatched including the reading of the minutes and th'> annual reading of the constitution and by-laws by the secretary. Mrs. V. A. Hammonds. Mrs. Fred R. Harrison, chairman of the year Ixrok committee, gave suggestions in regard to the year's study and called attention to tho references listed in the hack of the book. Mrs. GILS Hayncs. leader of the study announced her subject, "New England Trails" and discussed the geographical They're 1 New. They're Smart. They're Shinning. WHAT'.' Costume Suits LADIES Specialty Shop xwition of Die New England country, iving the habits and work of the copies in this section. Miss Maggie Bell's paper related to •>c Indian trails through New Eng- nnd and told of the colonists using liesc trails and the hardships endured 11 going over them, some of which inve become among the most notcc .ml beautiful trails in the world. Mrs W. R. Hamilton discussed "The Youth YlnLi of New England" contrasting a like of that period and what we woulc call u hike of today, when it docs lot lose its significcncc by taking on I new connection—"hitch". Tliis unusually splendid program closed with Mrs. T. R. Billingslcy reading the beautiful poem, "Farewell to the Prairies." The hostesses served a delightful ice with angel food cake squares. -O- Mrs. W. A. Carrigan of Fort Worth, Texas, is the guest of Dr. Pinck and Miss Mary Carrigan jitivcs. and oilier rel- Mr.s. Kathcrinc C. Webb announces the marriage of her daughter, Kath- cr'mc Rae to Paul Carlcton Philbrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Philbrick. Tile marriage was solemnized in the presence of the immediate families and close friends on Wednesday evening at the homo of the officiating minister, Dr. W. R. Hamilton on South Elm street. They were attended by Miss Louise Hanegan and Ross Williams. The bride wore a green model with brown accessories, her corsage was of Talisman roses. After a short wedding trip the couple will l>c at home 220 North Elm street. Hope chapter No. 328, O. E. S. will hold its regular meeting, at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at the Masonic hall. A full attendance is urged. Initiatory work will come before the chapter. Dick McUanicl of the U. S. Cavalry, Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas, Is the guest of his mother, Mrs. W. E. Locke and Mr. Locke. ' Hie Junior G. A. of the First Baptist church will meet at 4 o'clock, Friday evening at the church. A full attend- mce is urged as an election of Officers will come before the meeting. THUR.-FRI. A BIG ONE BACK! Mickey Rooney Judy Garland Louis Stone "LOVE FINDS ANDY HARDY" Neiu Versions in Georgiana Frocks Georgiana Fashions of today are a forecast of tomorrow with live new style accents. The regular monthly meeting of the Cemetery Association will be held at 2:30 Friday atfernoon at the First Vlcthodist church. Miss Fuller Named Nevada Fair Queen Boclcaw Girl Chosen Over Eight Other Candidates vfor Honor TOESCOTT, Ark.—Miss Louise Fuller of Bodcnw was elected queen o] the Nevada county free fair Wednesday night and will reign over the remainder of the fair. She was crowned by S. H. Cadcn- hoad, .secretary of the Chamber o: Commerce. She was elected over cigh other aspirants from various section, of the county, Five thousand persons attended thi opening day of the Nevada county frc< fair here Wednesday and witnessed i pi/radc which covered the business dis fo-irt. Fifteen organizations entered float in the parade. The judges awarded first pri/.c to the queen's float, sponsored by the F'rcscotl Garden club, and second to the Rotary club float. Me- Rac High School received the prize for negro floats with its replica of the Negro High School constructed by students. First prize for bands was awarded to the Prescotl band. Oscar Stovers of Pleasant Hill community was declared the best clown in the parade. The queen's float was occupied by Mrs. Zcttie Griffith Jobe, queen of last year's fair, and nine contenstants for this year's queen, to be selected Thursday. As the parade disbanded, the Prescott Hardware Company's float caught fire and all decorations were destroyed. The Fire Department prevented ser- iou.s damage to the truck. The fair opened at the new gym- n.isium at I p. m. with an address by County Judge J. W. Bradley. The afternoon was devoted to community singing, readings ;md one-act plays. The livestock and chicken exhibits arc the best in the history of the fair, while other exhibits from practically every community in the county are above the average. Livestock judging will be held Thursday the fair closing Friday night. 4 Persons to Die (Continued from fage One) said," agreed Johnson. "I hope you'll give us a break and won't be too tough on as," concluded Dickson, Mrs. Hazel Johnson, wife of the man who had just been convicted, was seated nearby. Wife's Opinion Asked as to her opinion of the verdict in her husbnnd's case, she replied: "I think it is very severe. 1 don't think Bill deserved it. 1 don't believe he had anything to do with that killing." However, she insisted that she had told the truth who nshc testified that her husband had given her $16, saying that it was "shut-mouth" money and that he had warned cr not to tell anyone tat the Andersons had been at their home. When Anderson was asked to make a statement he quickly repeated his assertion that his wife had no connection with the Coolcy killing. To protcc her appears to have been his firs thought ever since he has been custody. As to the .Dickson-Johnson case Anderson's reply was prompt. "It was a just verdict." ho said. "I want to say again that I told the truth." All four of the persons in danger of the electric chair seemed most interested in a prospective conference with their lawyers who announced that they will appeal to the Arkansas Supreme Court if their request for a new trial is refused. As soon as the interviews had ended, Sheriff Anderson ordered the prisoners removed from the city to an unannounced jail. They were handcuffed together and placed in a Stato Police car in charge of Sergt. Ed Clark and Officer F. Haynic with Officer Bill Armstrong as driver. The Library Winifred Rhodes brings to the prob- terhs of daily life the approach of the modern psychologist who recognizes religion AS a powerful aid to successful, courageous living. In these troubled and uncertain times many people are searching for a more complete and satisfying philosophy. There are chapters on learning ho wto live, on turning unadjustment into adjustment, on the art of not worrying on relaxation and power. Mr, Rhodes offens, in combining phychology with a true undesslanding of the meaning of religion, a challenge to all who want to achieve a joyous and well-roundec life. A synopsis of one of the most inter-' esting non-fiction books we have on the rental shelves of the library, follows: "The Self You Live With," by Winifred Rhodes. A book of inspiration and beauty. Spring Hill Gets (Continued from Pago One) eliminating red tape and excessive >enufits to large-scale power-farming :>pcralions, and by bringing WPA workers back to the farms from which hey have been driven by acreage reductions, the proposed plan will cost the federal Treasury less than the pesiMit • plan. Other meetings this week are to be licld at Guernsey Thursday night and Emmet Friday night. The Stark String Band is furnishing music at meetings in this section. Tagged While Lunching With the Police Chief GRAND FORK, N. D.—(/P)—City attorney Harold D. Shaft was at lunch unth the mayor, police chief and state's attorney when a traffic officer tagged his car for over parking. He had to pay the ?1 fine. for Head COLDS A IE you at. the mercy of a 'snuffy, sneczy, smothery head cold right now? Cheer up I A little Mentholatum, applied in each nostril, will soothe the irritated nasal membranes, help check the sneezing nnu relieve the stuffiness. 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