Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 12, 1938 · Page 3
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welfare. At noon luncheon was served. Miss Molva BulliiiRton, Home Demonstration Agent, returned Tuesday from a .short vacation trip to Pittsburgh. Pa... New ork City and Wnsh- burg, Pa.. New York City and Wash- Dtillingtoti attended a meeting of the. National Recreation Congress. Thirty- nine states and three foreign countries Columbus Day October 12, 11!>2—October 12, lOnft Behind him luy the Gray A/ores, Behind the gales of Hercules; Before him not the ghost of shores. Before him only shoreless seas. Tho good male wild: "Now must we pray, For hi!'the very stars are gone. Brave Admiral, speak, what shall S'l V'»" "Why, say, Sail on! sail on! sail on!" They Sailed and sailed, as winds inigh blow. Until at last the blanched mate srnd: "Why not even God would know Should I nnd all my men fall dead. These very winds forget their way, For God from these dead seas is gone. Now speak, brave Admiral, speak irtid suy—" He said: "Sail on! Sail on! sail on!' 'llu-y willed. They sailed. Then spake•*«• the mute: "This mad sen shows his teeth tonight, lie curls his lip he lies in wait, With lifted teeth us if to bile Brave Admiral, say hut one good word: What shall we do when hope i.s gone'.'". The words leapt like a leapintt sword: "Kail on! sail on! sail on! and on! TluMi, pale and worn he kept his deck, And peered through darkness. Ah, that night Of all /lark nights And then a speck— A 'light! a light! a light! a light! 11 grew, a star-lit flat; unfurled! It grew lo be Time's hurst of dawn. He BaiiH'd a world; he nave that world 1U; grandest h-son: "On! Sail on!" —Selected. Tho Friday Music club will resume were represented at tho meeting. I IIV * 1 **•!«» J 111 v«."«. •«-• -— activities for the club year with a o'clock luncheon Thursday at the Hotel Barlow, In observance of Presidents day. —O— A, W. Stubbcman, Frank Hill and Paul Tollesou of the local club are in Kansas City this week attending the Kiwanis t-onvension. -O- The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist church held Us October mecling Monday afternoon at the church, with Mrs. Stilh Davenport, presiding. The meeting opened with the 1 hymn, "Lead On O King Eternal" followed by prayer by Mrs R. M. Brian t. A most inspiring devotional and prayer were given b> Mrs. O. .A. Graves. During the business period, Mrs. C. D. Lester was elected delegate to the district conference convening In Gurdoii. October Mrs. Lesler as chairman of the local Mission Study department introduced the guest speaker, Mrs. T. 11. McLean the conference sii|>ennlciidenl of mission study. Mrs. McLean spoke most interestingly on the work of the mission study and discussed the new mission book, "The American City and It'- Church." The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Vesoy-Crutchfield. -o- Mrs. M. II. Barlow. Miss Maggie Bell, Mrs. Clyde Hill and Mrs. C. C. Spraggins left Wednesday for Camp Quapaw, near Ben ton where they will attend a conference for women of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas. Dr. T. J. Wibanks Is Named to Kiwanis Post National Officer Is P. T. A. Speaker Miss Clarice Wade Addresses 300 Delegates at Prescott Meet PRKSCOTT. Ark.— Throe hundred Some Guys Get All the Breaks AHDMOHE, Okla.—Dr. T. J. Wil- lanks, Texarkuna, widely known East Texas civic club worker, Tuesday was elected lieutenant governor of division one (if the Texas-Oklahoma district of Kiwanis International at the •lose of the 21st annual convention which was attended by GIG delegates Ihroughoul the district. Dr. Wilbanks succeeds Raymond Hobbins, Athens, Texas, immediate past lieutenant governor. Tho Texarkanian was nominated at a luncheon attended by delegates (if division one :.ml his election voted at the general session Tuesday. 1 Wichita Kails. Texas, was awarded the I'JIi!) convention, winning over Galveston in a close vole. 4 First-Straingers (Continued from Page One) The Junior- Senior-High P. T. A. will hold its initial meeting of the school year at .'1:110 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the high school. The membership chairman asks that the iminhers bring their dues as it will help tho committee enrollment campaign now in progri'hs. Miss lieryl Henry, superintendent, will talk on some problems of .school administration. J. W. Hull of Russi-llville. state supervisor, N. Y. A., was a Wednesday luisine.ss visitor in the city. Mrs. W. H. Chandler i.s spending the week with lii'r son. Hoy Cotton and Mrs. Cult .!i in Shreveport. La. —WED.— "FRESHMAN YEAR DIXIE WJNBAK—KRNKST TRUEX ONK OF OUK "BETTER WED." PICTURES The following list from Hope P. T. A. units i.ttcnded the P. T. A. school of Instruction held at the First Methodist church in Prescolt on Tuesday. Mrs. C. D.' Le.ster, Mrs. Ched Hall. Mrs. Edwin Dosselt. Mrs. C. C. McNeill. Mrs. R. P. Bowen, Mrs. W. L. Carter. Mrs. Frank Ward, Mrs. E. F. MeFad- den, Mrs. Marian Smyth Buchanan, Mrs. Finley Ward. Mrs. J. O. Kylor. Mrs. Sceva Gibson, Mrs. E. T. Franklin, Mrs. R. D. Franklin. Mrs. Eugene White, Mrs. Hatley White. Mrs. L. D. Springci, Mrs. A. D. Briiiman, Mrs. A. W. Stubbeman, Mrs. Arch Moore. Mrs. George Northcott, Mrs. C. B. Presley. Mrs. S. L. Murphcy. Mrs. Geo. Dodds, Mrs. C. Cook, Miss Beryl Henry and others. :iUO delegates from 111 counties were present. Mrs. Charley Thomas of Present I presided. State officers attending were Mrs. Curtis Stout, Little Rock president; Mrs. Finley. Ward. Hope, historian; Mrs. R. V. Hall. Texarkann first vice president; Mrs. Fred Grant. Foreman, district director, and Mrs. II. A. Ross. Arkadel- phi;., director. Miss Clarice Wade. Washington, D. S., publicity secretary of the national congress of the association spoke on "The Conservation of Human Resources Through The Association." stressing the need of cooperation between the parent and the child, reviewing the history of the national and the stale organi/.ations, staling that the prime motive of the association is the promotion of child this week, and are confident of vic- Hope has a good record behind Ihmo this season as they have won four games without any defeats. To open the season Ihey defeated Hayne.sville. La.. '.I to ~i. then defeated Clarksvillo .'ifi lo (i. K»'k Smackover 111 In (I and defeated DeQuecn 20 to II. Clarksvrlle i.s the only conference foe which Ihey have met this year. Jonesboro also remains undefeated this season. In the opening game they deleated Wynne HI to 7. then took Beebc- 21-2. Hot Springs was next by the score of Kl-l) and last week they defeated Catholic High : j ,K-7. McCaskill <lclcpnie.s from 1C counties attended an all-day P. T. A. school of instruction i-t the First Methodist church here Tuesday. Counties represented were I'ulasUi". Miller, Ouachita. Union, Garland, llempslead, 1'ikc. Little .River, Howard Hot Springs, Saline, Perry, Montgomery, Sovior, Calhouii and Mrs.' Charley Thomas of Prescott presided. Dan Pittman. president of the Prescolt Chamber of Commerce, extended the welcome tn which Mrs. Charles A. Evans Arkadclphia, state director of narcotics, responded. Slite officers attending were Mrs. Curti' Slout. Little Hock, president; Mis Findlcy Ward, Hope, historian; Mrs h V Hall. Texarkana, first vice preside nl'; Mrs. Fred Ganlt. Foreman district director, and Mrs. H. A. Ross. Ar- ki-dclphia, director. Group singing was led by Mrs. Slou and invocation was given by Charle; A. Hobinson. superintendent of Pros colt schools. National Officer Speaker Miss Clarice Wade. Washington, D C.. publicity .secretary of the Nationa Congress of the association, spoke o "The Conservation of Human Re e rmrees through the Association." Sh .stressed the need of co-operation bt 'tween the parent and (lie child an reviewed the history of the naliom and .slate organizations, citing remcdi; legislation fostered by both. She sa the prime motive of the association i.s the promotion of child welfare. Mrs. Slout discussed "Things Desired of the Local Assiciations by the State Organi/alion and Vice Versa." (iroup Lectures Given At noon the delegates were divided into groups to hear lectures and discuss "How to Enroll Members," "Program Making and Presentation." "Desirable Means of Raising Money." and "How to Interest Fathers in Parent as- 1 llo LJIIC no a-vi i\**~ Refuses Conciliation HAYtl, Mo.—(/Pj—When his 15-yeAr- old bride of six months refused a proffered reconciliation, .Robert Hftt- jin, 18, paid 5" cents to a taxicab driver, handed what remaining change he lied to his wife, and then took poison. He died while being taken to. 6 doctor. "I won't be needing this m6ney or you either now," he told Mrs. Harbin as he handed her his change. No one saw him drink the poison but an empty bottle was found and Coroner Kelly said an inquest Will not be necessary. sistant profeswJf of accounting at Florida State College. City Meat Market Choke K. C. & Native Meal* ' Sea Foods - Poultry Prompt Free Delivery Phone 767 E»an Wray LeBoy Henry. The first woman to hold the certified public accountannt degree in- Flor- HEAD COLDS A few drops bring comforting relief. Clears clogging mucus, reduces swollen membranes— helps keep sinuses open. VlCKS VA-TRO-NOL OPENING SPECIAL This coupon good for 1 game of. •Blllards——dip and take to CRINER'S BILLARD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater • Paint Up Special ISherwin-Williams ENAMEIOID FULL PINT |83c Value IWith Coupon^ "Chrome Cooking Utensils [See Our Windows] Hope Hardware COMPANY Teacher Work id "How Much Re- —THURS-NITE— IN PERSON! KING KONG KELLY Also-"IIOLD THAT COED" I NEW Ahoy! Ahoy! anil a Hi-Di-Ilo! There's a Cargo (if Happiness Ahead JESSIE MATTHEWS in—'SAILING ALONG' Preview Sat. 11 p. m. SUN-MON—"NEW" —WED.— JOE PENNER "Mr. Doodle Kicks Off" —THURS.-FRI.— Brought Back ! ! ! RUDOLPH VALENTINO Screens Greatest Lover -lu- "SON OF THE SHIEK" Miss Waldine Williams and Miss Era Kelley spent the week-end in Delinhl. Jim Marris of Tokio visited ,1. O. Harris here this week. Mrs. Rill Ball is spending this week in Prescott and Hussion visiting relatives. 11. B. Kiev was a visitor in Hope Saturday. Mrs. Graydon Anthony. Bonnie Marie Anthony and Gi-raldine Ryan visited in Murfreesboro Saturday. C'leve Hamilton was a Nashville visitor Ss.turday. The Home Demonstration dull was delightfully entertained in the home of Mrs. Herinon Rhodes Thursday. Twenty members were present and very one reported an enjoyable afler- oon. Lucille Smith and Lola Wortham ] vere Hope visitors Saturday. Mrs. Chester McCaskill and (laugher. Janelle. Mid Miss Nell Henry vere visitors in Little Rock Saturday. Mrs. Herman Rhodes and Mrs. Melvin Askew were shopping in Nashville Wednesday. Miss Evelyn Rhodes and Li-la Rhodes were shopping in Hope Saturday. Mrs. R. G. Shuffiold and daughter Eva Jean were Nashville visitors Saturday. Mrs. Claude Bradley and Mrs. Woodrow Curtis were Nashville visitors Tuesday. I firmly believe that there i.s a solution for all human problems.—Edward F. Grudy. former Assistant Secretary of Labor. .sponsibility Should Be Expected of Teachers. Luncheon was served at (he church. The meeting adjourned Tuesday afternoon following an address on "Fnid- ing the Way" by Miss Wade. The Hot Springs chapter had the largest num- j her of delegates. '.IS. Gullant Caesar Homcro, sunve cinema star, has drawn himself an enviable assignment in fitting pulchritudinous Joan Crawford's ice skates at the Hollywood premiere of the 1939 Ice Follies. Movie folk had a post-show party at the rink, " Leo Durccher Named as Brooklyn Manager NEW YORK -(/Pi— Leo Durocher, veteran shortstop for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Wednesday signed a one- year contract to manage the team in ira. A year's a long time to wait for a motorcycle ride, especially if you like motorcycles.—Mrs. Emory W. Shaw, cycle enthusiast of Cleveland. O. I still feel Europe is not disposed to set itself afire. It will not burn itself to cook Prague's Benito Mussolini. rotten egg.— [Government Cotton Loans Quick Service^— Immediate Payment Cotton Classed by E. C.Brown,"Licensed Government Classer in Our, Of flee. E. C. BROWN & CO. Hope, Arkansas War Secretary Would j Outlaw Planes in War; . i WASHINGTON—i/Ti—An expression j from Secretary of War Woodring Tuesday in favor of international "outlawry (if the plane as an instrument , (jf war" revived speculation about the; possibility of a disarmament con-j fercnee. i I Undcrsesrctary of Stale Welles sug- i ! Bested lasl week that the _ time was , •int.' for "a new world order." ' In an address prepared for delivery 1 Cherokee. Okla., Tuesday Woodring said: "It is my hope that there may be advanced at the conference tables of the fulurc international agreements stripping aircraft of all armament and death-dealing devices." He added that the world now had reason to hope for agreements assuring peace "for decades to come." SHOP HERE fOR BEST FRSHIOHS COATS Styles that are this Seasons MOST IMPORTANT . . . with rich furs used lavishly in the newest ways . . . ami now is the time lo choose your Winter Coat from our large group of licw styles. The wicked flee when on man pursued!, but they move a great deal faster when a Grand Jury i.s atfer them.—Ex-Congressman Clare G. Fen- c-rty of Pennsylvania. Last Day—Wed. No. I. Peter B. Kyne's "CALL OF THK ROCKIES" No 2. "Tim SHADOW STRIKES" THUR. &FRI. WE ARE PREPARED To Do All Kinds of Cold Storage and Meat Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRO- DUCK CO. Phone 358 for Particulars They're New. They're Smart. They're Stunning. WHAT? Costume Suits LADIES Specialty Shop A downpour oi uproar . . . ready (or the giggle hungry world! frt CARYGRAMT t*v ^HOWARD HAWKS PRODUCTION With CHARLIE BUGGIES lARftY HTIOIRAIP MAY «0»SON WAITIR CATLITT fBITZ MU> ir^ ^^i LU ^^•MM^^H^HHHVa^BNHM^^^^BM^^^^w^—i— . |Taxpayers..Wake Up! Arkansas' future for two generations will bej decided on November 8t!h. By the provisions of I proposed Constitutional Amendment No. 28, emi- 1 nent, able and disinterested Arkansas lawyers and I | citizens point out that: 1. The coimly roads will be deprived of slate aid or help by giving the "enmity turnback" funds In Hie bond speculators and real i-slate promoters instead of the slate's 75 counties. 2. Maintenance of all "stale" highways will lie stopped, and our road system will deteriorate m- become impassable unless new additional maintenance funds could lie secured through (axes. NO PLACE in the entire proposal is main-' tenance of slate hifihways even meiiliimed much less provided for. I!. The slate will assume all bonds of private or semi-private road (street) districts in real estate additions adjacent to Little Rock, and lo pay for same increased property (real and personal) taxes as well as gasoline and auto license, arc made mandatory and will he enforced by suit against the stale. I. Slate gives up all control of highway funds since they must lie sent daily to foreign hanks in SI. Louis and New York, without security, or receiving interest thereon. 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