Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 8, 1938 · Page 3
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Sntiirdnv, October 8. MBS. Sin HENRY TBLHPHONE 821 lie Vngnbond Song • Iliere is Bonwthiiu; in UK- ntitumn] thnt is nnt.ive to my blood-- , Touch of innnni.T, hint of mood; And my heart is like ;i rhyme, With the yellow mid the purple »"<!' the crimson keeping time. To scarlet on the mnplcK ran shnke mo like n cry Of IniJtlcM K»i"R by; Anil .my lonely (spirit thrills T«> .sec the frohly nsters like n smoke upon the hills. There is something in October sets the fjyp.fy blood nstir; We must rise ami follow her. When from every hill of flume ^he rails and calls each VHRiibcmd by ivum Bliss Carmen The lUisiut's-s Women's Group Conference of the Ouachita Prcsbyteria will mift in (his city. Sun<lny morning ni U)uK) o'clock at Ihe First Presby terian cluirch. Following a spocia .sermon by the pastor. Dr. Thus. Brew sU'i-... dinner will be .served at Hole Bsirlow, after which, the Conference will convene at the church when tlv Kucsl speaker, Mrs. M. E, C. Marshal of Ciimdvn will brinR a message. .Tin bu,sin»'S.s women of the oily are in viteil to hear Mrs. Marshall. Mr.« Marion Polk Talton of Camdeii, District Ciroup Chairman will preside over the Conference. Mrs. H. "M. l.aGronc and Mrs. F. I,. Piidgitt motored to Gurdon Saturday to attend a District mcrt of Arkansas Federated Music Clubs. Miss Maude Crumpler, of Magnolia will prc.sidv. Mrs. Hnltie Penny of Little Rock has been the curst of friends in the city for the past few days. The October mooting of the Pat debut-no chapter. U. D. C. was held it the home of Mrs. A. F. lumeuun on Si. F.lm St., with MIB. J. W. Strickland md Mrs. K. S. Richards as iiKsoci lostesses. The meetiiiK was opened by the president, Mrs. George Crew; and following the salute to the flap und the impressive ritual, a short business period was held. The program on "Father Kyim" was led by Mrs. W. G. Allison. Assisting on the program were Mrs. C. g. Lowthropi and Mrs. Chns. Haynes. Mrs. Haynes read selections from im old scrap hook belonging to Mrs. Huttic Penney, add ing to Die uilerest of the program Following the program the hostesse served a most tempting salad coursi with iced tea. The P. T. A. membership drive wil be held from Oct. 10 to Oct. 15. Al Parents are urged to become members Mrs. C. V. Nunn, the committee chair maji will Ix; in charge of the drive. The W. M. U. First Baptist enure will meet at Z:'M Monday afternoon ; the church fro the regular montltl Missionary Program. —o— The different circles of the Woman's Auxiliary if the First Presbyterian church will mwt Monday afternoon at three o'clock as follows: quarter ended. Tim Fourth Quarter ; At the beginning of the lost period, Botirne, quarter; passed <o Fentort who ran 40 yards. He was tackled by Murphy 10 yards from the goal line. Hope balled down four passes and took the hall. Eason punted out of clanger. Neither team seriously threatened the remainder of the game, the Bobcats' chances being hurl by a .series of 15- yard penalties for clipping and roughing. The victory was especially cherished by the Bobcats who were forced to play with a last-minute change ir three positions of the lineup. Hoix; will play .hjnesfooro. a confer enco foe. here next Frduy. Jonesboro Piles (Continued from Page One) RIALTO—Sunday and Monday CLARK GABLE anil MYKNA LOY In "TEST PILOT" Saturday Only Jack Randall — in '•'. "The Mexicali Kid" J No. ~> "Undersea Kingdom"/ «" Comedy and Cartoon *. I' Sunday-Monday •; ;• Gene Ann I; / Raymond Sothern I 1 : : -IH- : : "She's Got Everything";: I- Plus: OUR GANG COMEDY dj I ^lusiraJ Sltorl— News Circle No. 1 at the home of Mrs. J, W. Branch. S. Main St., Circle No2 at the home of Mrs. Matt Galster and Miss Van Galester, Circle No. 3 at the home of Mrs. J. L. White, with Mrs. Muffin White as joint hostess. Circle No. -I at the home of Mrs. A. F. Hanegan, S. Elm St. Circle No. 5 will meet Monday evening at 7:30 at the home of Miss Edna Earl Hall, with Miss Martha Cantely as joint hostess. Mrs. Mittic McCammon of Fort Worth. Tex. is the guest of her daughter Mrs. K. F. McFadden and Mr. McFadden. — O- Mrs. J. E. Porterfiolcl, Mrs. Thos. Kinser and Thos. Kinser. Jr. were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al IVirk in El Dorado. _O- Willis A. Cobb left Saturday for Macomb, 111. whrre he will attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary of his sister and a re-union of the Cobb family. Mrs. J. M. Arnold. Richard and Jimmy Aronld. Miss Valla Dean Arnold, and Miss Lorena Green left Friday for Eunice, New Mexico where they will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Cummings formerly of Hope. FOOTBALL SCORES' HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Phone for Estimate Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 ft' Government COTTON LOANS ^^^ m Quick Service M^H Immediate Payment «••• Bring your Samples ••i lo ME. TOM KINSER •••• A Government License* ^^^* Classer. Uli Hope, Ark. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 17th Sunday After Trinily Sunday School 10:00 a m. Morning Prayer 11:00 a. in. Service conducted by Lay Reader. College Stephen F. Austin 6, Henderson 0. Arkansas Stale 7. University of Ten- ncssc Jr. College G. Arkansas- Tech (I, Pittsburgh (Kan.) Teachers 0. High School Arkansas Deaf School 12, Hamburg 0. Littlo- Kock 33. Blytheville 21. North Little Rock 7, Forrest City 7. Jonc'sboro 37, Catholic High of Little Rock 7. Pine Bluff 33, Fordyce 0 Fort Smith 19, Okmultfoc, Okla., 0. Camden 25, Texarkana (Ark.) 7. Dumas 25, Eudora 0. Monticello 14, RLson 0. Hope 21), DeQueen 0. Ashdown 14. Amity 12. Hot Springs C. El Dorado C. Lake Village 40, Crossetl 0. Cnnway 26, Atkins 0. Riissellville 55. Oznrk C. Benton 13, Morrilton 7. Van Buren 12, Clarksville 0. Marked Tree 0, Munford, Tenn., 0. Batesvillc 18, Augusta 0. Walnut Ridge 33, Beebe 6. Paris 13, Waldron 0. Lonoke CO, Elaine 7. Murfreesboro C, Wright City, Okla. 0. Cabot 21, Hebcr Springs 0. Berryvillc 14, Huntsville 0. Magnolia 13, Springhill, La., 7. Faycltcvillc 19, Cassville. Mo., 6. Walts, O-kla.. 20, Gentry C. Sheridan 0. Carlisle 0. Sc-arey 18. Newport 0. Bauxite 18, DoWitl 0. St. Anne's (Fort Smith) 12, Greenwood fi. Booneville 13. Mansfield 0. FIRST CJIR.ISTAIN CHURCH V. A. Ilunuimml, Pastor Led By Coleman (Continued from Page One) So They Say Rally Day attendance in the S llllc ' a y school last week reached 122. The Service Class led the school with 45 present, 132 per cent of their enrollment. Let's keep the attendance above the 100 mark for this quarter. The pastor will return to his pulpit for both services Sunday, after a two weeks absence because of illness. He will speak at the morning worship service, beginning at 10:50 A. M., on the subject "Sincerity Is Not Enough." As is the custom in the Chri.stain Cluirch the morning worship service will close with tho .spreading of to Lord's Table. All followers of Cri.si are welcome to join wit us in its fellowship and inspiration. The evening service will begis promptly at 7:30 and will close within the It's been mostly a headache. 1 average about one fight a day.—William McChcsney Martin, Jr., on being president of the New York Stock Ex- chanse. If the world be on across for first dowin. The line repulsed trie attempt aij'd Hope took possession about midfield. Oil the first play. Coleman went around end for 12 yards. Two plays later Eason passed to Fulkerson for 11. Parsons and Baker picked up five and then Parsons shot a pass to Coloman who gathered it in and ran 25 yards to cross the goal Jine that gave the Bobcats its first score of the game. Jimmy Taylor kicked extra point. Captain Parsons was hurt on the play and removed. He was given a big hand us he left the field. DeQueen took the kickoff, returned to the 27 where Fenton was forced to punt. Eason being brought down in midfield. Three plays failed and Eason punted. The hard-charging Bobcat line stopped the Leopards at the line of scirmmage on three tries and then Fenton punted to Joe Eason who took the catch on his 40-yard line and galloped to glory. 11 was a GO-yard sprinl, starting straight down the field and then toward the left side line. Jimmy Taylor -added the extra point from placement. Williams of DeQueen took the next kickoff and was brought down by Major Simpson on the 32. Buornc passed to Fenton for 7 yards and then a 15-yard penalty on Hope gave the Leopards their first down of the ball yame. The Bobcats, plenty mad, were roughing it a bit. Fenton passed to Grady, an end, for another, first down. A line play followed that placed the ball on Hope's 25 as the half ended. The Hope and DeQueen bands put on a fine exhibition during the rest period, the Hope band featuring Joy Ramsey in several acrobatic acts. The Third Quarter Dillahunty, Leopard back, look the kickoff and was brought down on his 32. Ellen intercepted a pass on the DeQueen 40. Baker went around end for nine. Eason failed to find a re- his first attempt and Laffille brought in the first down on the second attempt. Lanslon took the ball on the Zebra 30 anil wilh a spinner picket up seven yards. L.angslon again took the ball and with a spectacular line plunge broke through for a 4i)-yart run down tho field to pjace the bal on the Fordyce 14 as the quarter ended In the .second quarter, Raymond Hutson went around end for the firs touchdown. Try for point was good Langslon also turned in anothe four-slur performance as he brough in the second louchdown after a 38 y; ; j-d run through the broken Fordyce defense line. Kick for extra poin failed. Was ruled no good. After the kickoff from the seconi Zebra touchdown, Fordyce took to th air. Langslon intercepted a pass on his 42 returning to the Fordyce 3! The Zebra's came through with a 32 yard pass. Slallsworth to Payne an another touchdown. Try for poin failed. Caimk'ii Wins First Game CAMDEN. — Camdcn High Schoo showed its best offensive of the yea and defeated the Texarkana (Ark Razorbacks, 25 to 7, before 2,000 fan here Friday night. Camdcn scored i Ihe opening period and Texarkana lie it with a 55-yard run by Raggio. In the last period Camden mac three touchdowns to eclipse their sea son's total of 12 points in three pre vious games, ley's 70-yard Highlights was Lang sprint with an inter ccptecl pass in the final quarter t give Camdcn its final touchdown At 13—Deanna Grows Up--*At 15 fiwcet-voiced Deanna Durbin of the movies was just 13 when the-picture at left above-was taken _as .sue started on the road, to stardom. She has come Jar and last in-the two years since. And she has "grown up" too—witness the new picture at right of a mature young lady dfMMd in the height of fashion.. t'» Now Otficiftt—" M&hatfna Gandhi He's courtesy tie of Mahalma, accorded to him by 11 classes for many years, Ht-ntfrt fficially recognied. The Prime Minister of flie Congress Government of th« Central Provinces, Pandit Ravishankar Shukia, issued art rder referring to him as "Mothama Gandhi." Some species o! plant lie* attain as much as 21 diffenennt forms during heir life cycle. "This is a wonderful suit ol clothes m wearing." "It looks like an ordinary piece 'of goods to me." "What I mean is, the wool was grown in Australia, the cloth -woven" New England, the thread was made in Britain, the suit was made in New York, and the merchant I purchased it from has his store in Peoria, 111." "What's strange about that?" "Why, isn't it remarkable that so many people can make a living out of. something that I've never paid for?" Rosson. Little Kock Victor)' LITTLE ROCK.—In one of the most spectacular games of offensive football ever seen n Little Rock, Coach Clyde Van Sickle's Tigers protected their unbeaten and untied record by outscoring the Blytheville Chicks, 33 to 21, in the Litlle Rock Sladium Friday night. A crowd estimated at 9,000 watched the Tigers come from behind and score two touchdowns in the last quarter to climax a batlle lhat included everything except tearing down the iron goal posts. It was one of those dazzling displays f i j ,1 , i j , ,„ pnT, was ° ne ° ose azz pa Langley made three touchdowns Cap ^ ^ o{ ^ , CiitHStrophe and dissolution, the wo- ceiver and was downed for an eight, , . . f I yard loss. Eason then placed a punt on me Dunn 01 Leopnrd 10 Thc Leopards passed Williams bounced hard on the ANEW SERVICE "ECONOMY BUNDLE" WE ARE PREPARED To Do All Kinds of Cold Storage* and Meal Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRODUCE CO. Phone 350 for Particulars ed for the occasion, ed for the occasion.—"Louis," prominent hair stylist. A liberal is a man who is willing to spend somebody else's money.—Senator Carter Glass of Virginia. lain Taylor made the other counter. In the first period Langley dove over from the three-yard line after Taylor bad intercepted a pass on the 32-yard line. Brown caught a pass on the 15-, yard line and Langley and Taylor took it to the six. Langley plunged over and kicked goal. Texarkana took the next kickoff and on the second play Raggio broke Ihrough tackle and raced 55 yards to score. Haynes kicked the goal. In the third Camden recovered a fumble on Ihc 45 and marched down Ihe field lo score with Taylor making the marker. In the fourth Langley took a pass from White for the third marker and a short time later raced 70 yards for the final counter. All his placement attempts were failures. Nashville Passes to Win NASHVILLE, Ark.—Nashville High School Scrappers scored twice in the first half and then coasted to a 13-to 0 victory over the Gurdon Go Devils here Friday night. The Scrappers climaxed an 80-yard touchdown drive with u Gosnell to Jennings touchdown j pass, and Rosson passed to Jennnings , for the point Jennings went over for j another touchdown in the second quarter after taking a 32-yard pass from the strain. First it was Litlle Rock and then. Blytheville as the score see-sawed with amaz- Lines of This Frock Give Impression of Tiny Waist ing swiftness. j At the close of the first quarter, Little Rock led, 6 to 0. Early in the'sec- ond quarter, the Chicks held a 7-to-G advantage. 'Midway of the second period, the Tigers- were ahead, 13'to 7. At the half, Blytheville paced, 14 to 12. Oscillation continued in the third period. Early in the third quarter, Little Rock led, 19 to 14, and the end of it, Blytheville -was ahead, 21 to 19. However, the difference was that the Tigers resumed their rampage with another pair of touchdowns in the fourth period while the Chicks were done but always dangerous. He Grows Twenty-One Pumpkins on One Vine BIG SANDY, Tenn.—<#")—C.D. Pierce claims a record yeild from one pumpkin vine. Pierce said he had a vine in his garden, covering a 35 by 40-foot area, on which there were 21 matured pumpkins and several green ones.The two largest weighed C9 and 52 pounds. hour. Thc pastor will speak on the subject. "Harvest Is Past—Summer Is EmU-d." You are cordially invited to join with us in these worship services Sunday at 10:50 A. M. and at 7:30 P. M. You will be given a hearty welcome, and your presence will bring a blessing, perhaps to you, most certainly to us. SEE JETT WILLIAMS For Quick Service when milking your Government Cotton Loans. Classed by n Government Licensed Classci. 108 South Walnut Street Pound Jiicludcs Everything SIIIRTS-DRESSES- KIJVTWORK, Etc. Washed anil Ironed Phone 148 COOK'S White Star LAUNDRY & CLEANERS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Tims. Brcwster, Minister for 10. next play and dropped the ball, Ellen recovering for Hope. Coleman was rushed on an end play and lost five. A pass to Fulkerson failed. Eason lost 10 in failing to find a receiver. Eason punted to the right corner of the field, the ball being grounded four arcls from the goal line. Fenton made four on a line play. And then dropped back to punt. Three Sobcats rushed him and blocked the mnt. Tommy Turner recovering on he five-yard line. Baker slil Ihe ine and wenl across standing up. Only one outstanding play was made ho rcmaincled of the third quarter. It was when Coleman intercepted a pass, •an 35 to the 10, only to have the ball orought back and Hope penalized 15. The boys again were roughing it. Eason punted to the DeQueen 35 as the City Meat Market Choice K. C. & Native Meats Sea Foods - Poultry Prompt Free Delivery Phone 7C7 Evan Wray I-cRoy Henry OPENING SPECIAL This coupon good for 1 game of BillaroV—clip and take to CIUNER'S BILLARD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater Government Cotton Loans Quick Servic Immediate Payment Cotton Classed fay E. C.Brown, Licensed Govern nicut ClabSfi- in Our Office. E. C. BROWN & CO. Church school this coming Lord's day at i):-!. 1 ) a. m. with classes for all age groups. Preaching and worship service 10:5 a. m., wilh Ihe Sacrament of Ihe Lord' Supper following Ihe sermon. Senion Young Peoples meeting a (i::iO p. in. Auxiliary circle meetings on Monda ;it 3 p. jn. No mid-week service Wednesday because <jf the fall meeting of Ouachita Presbytery in the Mounl Holly Presbyterian church. "The district rally of Presbyterian Young Business Women's circles will bo held Sunday in the First Presbyterian church of Hope. Three cars conveyed a representation of our Senior Young Peoples group to the district meeting last Sun* day, held in the First Presbyterian church of Texurkaua, Ark. Beginning Sunday night October 16, and continuing for six nights we hope 1» have with us Dr. John T. Morris of the American School of Oriental Research, for a series of illustraled lectures on ancient peoples of Bible lands, cities, manners, customs, litera- lure, art, natural history, education etc. a series thai will be informative, gripping and entertaining and one thai will aid anyone in coming lo a better understanding of the Bible. The 86th annual meeting of the Synod of Arkansas (Southern) will convene in the First Presbyterian church of Hope on October 25th to 27th, advance committees convening on October 24. The retiring Moderator is a layman, C. A. Verbeck, an elder in the First Presbyterian church Of Forl Smith and engaged in the newspaper business. This is the first meeting of the • Synod in Hope since October 1903. Retiring General Not So Retiring n Retiring from command of the Fourth Army Corps area after 43 years service, Maj.-Gen. George Van Horn Moselcy, above, deplored "visionary experiments doomed to failure" in the United States. This drew from Secretary of War Wood- jing a charge that Moseley was "flaarantly disloyal." • STORIES IN STAMPS Not 50, Adolf Hitler Shakes the World "KVAR removed from a pale-faced, spindly-legged youth of Austria is today's Adolf Hitler, who, not .vet 50, has power to shake the; world. In the place of courts and covenants he stands as the individual on whom depends very largely the decision whether Europe will again march to war, inevitably dragging the rest of the world into the fire with it. But as a child this same Hitler svas a weakling. He was sallow- complexioned, underweight, as a boy playing about the streets of his native Braunau, Austria. He did not lack, however, in personal magnetism, was invariably the leader of his group in games, resented that anyone should question his captaincy. At an early age he showed his first contempt for the Austrian state, rebelled against his parents' desire that he become an official as was his father. Later he wrote: "From my earliest youth I was convinced that the destruction of the Austrian empire was a necessary condition to the survival of the German race." And apparently at the same time he conceived his rabid anti-semitism He distrusted his Jewish schoolboy companions, learned to- spurn all Jews a few years later in Vienna. Then the World War broke, crystalizing Hitler's political and social viewpoints. His rise after Versailles was almost inevitable, grounded on the "inequalities" of the treaty and "war guilt" humiliation of the German people. And r... today he alone jroay decide ; whether the '.world shall : fight again. | D e r Fuehrer • is shown hers ; on a current Man hs learned more about the earth on which he lives by studying the stars than by studying the earth itself. Every House Needs Westinghouse Radios Refrigerators Washer* Cabinet Ironerc Hand Irons Percolators Sandwich Toasters Waffle Irons Hope Hardware COMPANY They're New. They're Smart, They're Stunning. WHAT? Costume Suits LADIES Specialty Shop Government Cotton Loans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T. S. McDAVITT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas) SUNDAY and MONDAY The Greatest Triumph of Three Great Stars CLARK GABLE MYRNA LOY SPENCER TRACY TEST PILOT' —with— Lionel Barrymore Plus Comedies and News Never have the thrills of action, romance and laughter in the face at danger been so gloriously combined! The 'King" and "Queen" of the screen plus the Academy's new Award Winner in the most spectacular hjea rt- throb of -your movie days! I: which marks 15 his 49th birth- 'day. (Copyright, 1938, NBA Service, ino.) By CAKOL DAY lf.'s smart to have a full-busted, tiny- waisted, utterly feminine silhouette this fall, and here's a charming design that helps you get that way. Shirring on the shoulders is not only pretty in itself, but creates soft fullness over the bosom. The skirt is straight and filled, wilh a lifted waistline that makes you look slim. Victorian sleeves, peaked up at the shoulder, accentuale Ihe effect. That front panel, too, gives a nice flat diaphragm. (Be sure your corset is just right before you have your new frocks fitted.) Buy a soft fabric for this—silk crepe, thin wool, crepe satin or velvet. You'll probably use the design jnroe than once, because the style is so attractive Pattern 8320 is designed for sizes 34, 36, 38, 40. 42, 44 and 46. With long sleeves, j-ize 3li requires 5Va yards of 39 inch material; with short, 4% yards. The new Fall and Winter Pattern Book, 32 pages of attravtice designs for every size and every occasion, now ready. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn a 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 mode send 15c in coin, your name, address style number and size to Hop* Star Today's Pattern Bureau, 211 W. Wack er Drive, Chicago, 111. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY RIALTO Saturday Preview To Your Heart's Content! You'll be delighted, warmed, thrilled by this story ... the greatest of Fannie Hurst's brilliant career! You'll cherish each moment as the most Ueart-filling you've ever seeu ou Ihe screen! "FOUR DAUGHTERS" Movie Quiz $258,606 Contest Picture. -With- Priscilla Lane John Garfield Rosemary Lane Jeffrey Lyuu Lola Lane Dick Foran Gale Page Fnuui Mcliugh Claude Rains May Bobson Plus Colored Cartoon News and a Roaring Good Comedy THE CRITICS HAIL •FOUR DAUGHTERS' Jimmie Fidtcr ... ... The best of the recent crop. Put it on your 'Your Must Se«' list!" New York Times . . . "Owe of the best pictures of anybody's career. Mr. Garfield is bitterly brilliant . , . It's grand cinema'.' 1 Walter Wmchell . . . "Pictures like 'Four Daughters' will put Bank Night out of business!" N. Y. Daily News'. . . " 'Four Daughters is a (.ejisution . , . superi) performances by eveiy member of the cast! ... Michael Curtiz has done a remarkably good job of drection," L»s Angeles Examiner ... "It will be a long time before you'll find a more heait- waeuuug hour in a cinema!"

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