Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 15, 1938 · Page 4
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the Hairiest Mc'tirt Who drives the horses of the sun Shrill lord it but-n day; Better tile lowly deed were clonc n And kept the humble wriy. , The rust will find the sword of fntne, The dust will hide the crown; Ay, 'none shall nail so high his name , Time 'will not bdnr it down. The happiest heart : that ever beat Wns in some quiet breast Thnt found the common daylight sweet, ' "Anil" left to Hcnvon the rest. —Selected. The Woman's Auxiliary St, Mark's Episcopal chiirch Will meet- ht 3:80 Monday liftevnOon nt the'homc'df Mrs. Pal Casey, South Main street. The American Lcgiofi Auxilirii'y will nloet nt 2:30 Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. F. McF&ddin, North Horvcy street, With Mrs. Bill Hamsey as joint hostbss. • , ' , . . . • -O- fho Oglosby P. T. A. held its first ntecling of (he school 'yenr on Friday afternoon -nl the 6glesby school, with fo'rly interested -jnotliers answering the roll call. The meeting wns opened by tlie new president, Mrs. H. O. -Kyicr. A report from the district meeting recently held in Stamps wns given. Miss Holt gave a report from, the .P. 'T. A. Council followed by a interesting account o'f the training school in Pros- colt by Miss Henry. Miss Mabel Eth- ridgo ''introduced Oglesby's new 'teacher, Mrs. 'Cril Stuart. Mrs. Jbsso Brown rend the. president's message and in the count of mothers present, Mrs Stuart's room registered the majority. Paint Up Special Sherwin-Williams FULL PINT 83c Value Wth Coupon^ iCHrome Cooking Utensils f See Our Windows Hope Hardware COMPANY ' A wedding that will bo of Interest In friends of the .groom in this city is that -of Miss Irmn Louise Cornish, youngest dnughter of Mr, nncl Mrs, 1. U. Cornish Irt Nashville lo Roger Msl- cnff of Hope. The miirrltifeo wns solemnized tit the homo of the brhlo at 2 p 1 . 'm. SUftday, October Dili In Ihe presence of the 'immediate family imtl n feW close 'friends. The Impressive ring deremony wns road by the Rev. Prahk W. Patterson, paslor of the First Baptist church of Nuslivlllo. The living room of the Cornish home wns beautifully dccbfnted, nml the plnco of ee'remony Wns marked with n bank of terns and tnll wicker baskets filled With 'garden flowers. The 'traditional Wedding march Was used and "To a Wild Hose" . Was plnjtol during (he ceremony by Miss. Dorothy-Swicdgood Of ''Nas'h'ville.' 'The bride wns lovely in Dubonnet Xh>nca crepe with black accessories. After a short wedding trip the -couple will be nt home in the Jo'nes apartment, 100, East Avenue B, Hope, where Mr. Mclcnlf Is engaged in business. Out of town guests foi the wedding'were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cole of Prescott, John Mctcnlf Of Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Burns and daughter, Virginia Dell of Murfrefs- boro. The Junior G. A.'s of the First Baptist chiirch (net in regular session on Friday afternoon. During a short business session, the following officers were'electod, president, Miss Mary Roy Moses; vice president. Miss Jessie Clarice Brown; secretary, Miss Alice Lbrnirie Heard; treasurer, Miss Bobby Joyce Fomby. Misses Doiis Hatchet and Betty Morgan were elected group captains.- It was votcM Ic name the organization for Mary Drown Briltain missionary to Chinn, iim! the daughter, of a former Hop 1 . 1 minister, Dr, Trios. Brown. A wedding 'llwt will bo of intcnost to the many friends dl the bride, whc with 'her parents, Mr. aiul Mrs. D. G, Richards were forpier asidents of lliis city wns 'clipped from the Texnrkana Cdxettc as follows: Uoauty and simplicity marked the wt'cleliiig ceremony of Miss Marijanc Richards, claughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Dock G. Richards o! the Dooley Ferry road, of Texnrkunn formerly of Hope, to Richard Slit) Crane, son' of Mr. and Mrs, J. Ton Crane 'of Little ;Hock, which was solemnized at 8 o'clock Sunday morning at the Firs'! Methodist church in Texarkana, with the Rev. J. W. Mann officiating. The bride was lovely in a costume suit of Royal blue with fox trim and Dubonnet accessories. Hei shoulder corsage was of swccthear roses and valley lilies. Her only attendant was her cousin, Miss Nancy Cox of Hope,,who wore a suit of Tea blue with Dubonnet accessories and i corsage of rosebuds. J. Andrew Nor< ton 'of Pine Bluff was Mr. Crane's bes man. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip t< points in Louisiana and upon thei return will make their home at lOil West Sixth street, Little Rock. Tin bride WES 'graduated from the Hope Higli school and attended Hcmlersoi State Teachers College, Arkaclelphia The Woman's Auxiliary of'(He-First .'rcabyterian church Will meet at 3 o'clock, Mohday atfernooii at the ilnirdi, Wnyno H. England left Saturday norning on n business trip to Ohiaha, Hurricane Storms (Continued from Page One) from plncoment. The half ended a few moments later with neither team threatening again, v Thc Third Quarter Jonesboro received, Tilley returning to his 22. He then got loose fdr 50 yawls, being brought down by Mien on Hope's 20. Durham plunged to the 14 and ;i play later Eason intercepted a pass to end the scoring threat. A series of punts and penalties followed that ended when 'Ellen, Hdpe center, "stole the ball" from a Jonesboro player on his own 35. From that point Hope, with the aid of a 15-yard penally moved the ball down to Jories- IMJWJ'S l-fool line where Parsons plunged over for score. An attempted line piny for extra point failed. J. Taylor kicked off to Jorlesboro an dthen went down the field to make Hie tackle on Jonesboros 30. Two plays followed and the quarter ended with Ilic ball on Jonesboro's 32. The Fourth Quarter On the next play Tilley passed to Pharis who was -brought down in midfield. Jonesboro marched doWn the field to the 8-yard line and then 'was set back 15 on a penalty. Jonesboro then failed to make first down ; and Hope took possession. Hope was un- nblo to gain and Eason punted to ihid- fiekl. Tilley, Durham and Pharis lore off repeated gains through'the line and around the ends to Hope's 7-yard line where Durhma raced around left end to score standing up. Pharis failed on an attempted line plunge' for extra point. That was the end of the scoring. The Jonesboro second team came in and battled the Bobcats the remaining five minutes of play. The Starting •'Lineups: Fulkerson -J Gtemet Left End Cnlhoun Vemberton Left Tackle Quimby Black Left Guard Ellen ; Coker Center J. Taylor : _..,... ~Rhea Right Guard Simpson Dreher Right Tackle •Parsons '. Daughtery Quarter Colomnn : Durham Left Half Baker Tilley Right Half Enson 'Pharis Fullback Hope substitutions—Snyker, Keith Ward, Buncly, Purtle, W Taylor. SUN. MON. TUBS. WATGH FOR OUR NEW SOUND Formal Opening Sun. Oct 23rd SUN. MON. TUBS. Frank Capra... WHO BROUGHT YOU . . . "IT HAPPENED ONE NIOIIT" "MB. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN" and "LOST HORIZON" NOW BRINGS YOU . Everything you've ever asked for In n picture 1 . Tenderness and romance, joy ami zest! YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YO Jean Arthur, Lionel Bnrrymore, James Stewart, Edwnrd Arnold, Misclia Auer, Ann Miller, Spring Byington, Dnnnld Muck and II. B. Warner. GREAT 1937 Pulitzer Prize Winner! r Happiness such as only (he innglc nf n Ciiprn could depict, In Selkirk, N.Y., a wren built its nosl inside a porch lamp. Hhe electric light bulb gave the hire a modern lighting and heating system SATURDAY GENE AUTRY —in— 'PRAIRIE MOON" DIALTO • m *r-*w.-*-rT*,%^ SUNDAY—and—MONDAY Brought Back!!! One of the Screens Greatest love Stories! GARY COOPERS-HELEN HAYES ADOLPHE MENJOU FAREWELL TO ARMS" [Government Cotton Loans Quick Service— Immediate payment !• Cotton Classed by E. C.Brown, jUcensed Govern- 1(9 ment Classer in Our Office. |(| E. C, BROWN & CO. Hope, Arkansas No, C "UNDERSEA KINGDOM" ANDY CLYDE-ih "ANKUES AWAY" Cartoon—"City Slickers" Preview SAT 11 p. m. SUNDAY-MONDAY Oceans pf Melody, Rhythm and Fun JESSIE MATTHEWS —ill— "SAILING ALONG" with Roland Young 4—SONG IUTS-4 Comedy—Cartoon—News J^f^f ^^^r V ^f* •••••«*••• COTTON LOANS Quick Service Classed and paid imme ditely in our office. Bring or s^^^bur sealed samples to mtr Licensed to classify mid certificate, cotton for 1938 government cotton loan. Hope, Ark. Just Unpacked New Barbizon SLIPS LADIES Specialty Shop School meets at 9:45.', thie steady building «p of kttehdafidb 'since sunimor'has been encouraging. 'With 55ft- present last 'Sunday we should confidently' ejtpfcot an average-atterid- once.of ^75 or 400 during the next few moifihs.' 1edt of the ; . AfdiTrncis" will be the stitt- mdrmng sermoh Jes«ie Matthews, the vivacious star whose latest film vehicle", "Sailing Along" WHI'lMj shoivn at tile\c<v Saturday II \1. m., Sunday anil Morfday." Meet the.new dance team of Jessie Matthews and Jack Whiting. There have been rumors that these two : aces n the musical comedy world,would! pair, and now, with the signing of Jack to a long term contract 'with jaumont, the combination is 'set, arid Tred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, as-the : l saying goes, had better 'look to their laurels. ' • Thfe 'two are teamed in • Jessi(!'s newest : musicaj, "Sailing Along," which also boasts Roland Young, Noel Mricl- isoh, Barry Mackay, Alistair-Sirri and Athene Se'yler -in the cast,-and you. and you and you will • have your opportunity to-place your seal on'the'hew combination when the picture opens'at the New theater on special 'preview Saturday 11 p. m,, Sunday and Monday. When Jack signed his name to the dotted line he ended Jessie's long search for an adequate darice partner, a search that extended over Europe arid into South America. Jessie stated frankly, after watching the Apache dancers of Paris, the waltzers of Vienna and the rhumba experts of Rio de Janeiro, that lier future dance mate would be an America'n. "Said Jessie: "Americans are the best dancers in the world. There is no one in'Eurbpe to match a half-dozen that •! could mention in New York alone." At that time she announced that she intended to visit the United States, presumably to extend her search. The names of almost every prominent tap artist in the country were mentioned in 'this 'connection, with" Fred Astaire, George Tapps, and Ray;Bolger included. Meanwhile, Jack Whiting was'in 'England, appearing in the London stage version of "On Your Toes." There Jessie found Tiim, and'after watching him in the extraordinary "Death on Tenth Avenue" ballet number, insisted that lie be signed on the spot for her next picture, which was ''Sailing Along." It was on the strength of his performance in "Sailing Along," in which he is not only her dance partner, but also one of her three leading men, that Whitirig was signed to his long-term contract. His theatrical commitments barred him from appearing in her forth-oming film, "Asking for Trouble," which is now in production, but he will leave for England in June to appear in her third picture of the season, for which Lesser Samuels is now preparing the script. concentrated on electing Na?i deputies to the Reichstag he-despised so much. His representation grew ti emendously. But in the 1932 elections, the Na?is suf- feied a seveie loss. It looked-as if Hitler was thiough, for Hindenburg. had beaten him foi the piesidency.'too. On Januaiy 30, 1933, 'however old Hindenburg called 'Killer' and r offered him' the (Chancellorship. Hitler J accepted; powor. •• j •'.•/• , .• The. rest is'history.- '•'.'•'• t (Continued from Page One) fln the Second BeatttUde, a . step oh "The 'Stairway of * Happiness." Thfs service dpdns'at 10:55 a. m. Many vis- itf>rs';Were. pYSsen't to hear last'Siin- clay'S message on fhe First Beatitude. It is the' hope of the church that .it's friinlstery may' be extended through this series of sermons to many peoplfe -of the corHWunity who have ne've'r. formed, 6r who have neglected the habit, of 1 church attendance . dnfi Christian Worship. .The Baptist Training Union meets at 6:30 fbr such programs, arid -dctiv- itids as 'minister to the welUbeing of Christian (young people. The 7:&) seivice opened 'by good cdngregatidnal singing, will provide ah hour of Christian fellowship and worship.- THe pastor's sermon subject is "The word" of Reconciliation;" A cordial wtlcome is extended the public to attend First Baptist church. FIRST/METHODIST CHURCH 'Frefl R.' Harrison, -Pastor "Sins o'f'SiIferice" will, beithe sub ject of t the morning sermon Vby the pastor at the congregational worship at 10.55;a. m. >' ' ; < The ''Church School will meet at 10 a. m. -We are'beginning the'third year of the unfied service, with the Reaching period of the'Church School from 10 to'10 50 ahd the morning :'c6ngrega- tional worship from 1055 to'12 a m' tion with us in'making this two-hour, We invite your continued . co-opera- program of teaching in Christian education -and! worship meaningful hy your interest'arid presence. • At the riight'service the pastor's service will be,"The Fame of Jesus' The 'Intermediate and Young People will meet in their Epworth League services^at 6:45.p. m. ;" . Let the day' of worship mean more to you as'you "fbrsake-not'the assembling "of yourselves t6gether >V! 'in public worship. History Student (Continued from jfage Onej the National Socialist (Nazi) Party. With his speaknig ability, his vehemence, his energy, he made himself propaganda leader of the party, the key post. The Party began to grow in Munich, in Bavaria. It attracted .the interest and financial and organizational help of Hitler's superiors who saw it as the instrument with which to crush the Social Pemocrat regime. Hitler became the darling of the local aristocrats whom he so envied. Enemies of the regime poured in funds, from within Germany and from abroad. To his discouraged, hapless, 'disintegrated nation, Hitler preached Ger- mansuperiority, the beauties of 'brutality, condemned the Versailles Treaty, attacked tlje government blamed the Jews for everything. Most o£ Germany laughed at him, but Va varia listened eagerly. By November, 1923, Bavarian reactionaries and Berlin Army leaders were getting ready for an insurrectioi similar to Franco' revolt in Spain Hitler began to worry that he would be squeezed out by his superiors. So he upset the traces. With pistol in hand, his bullies held the Bavariai leaders of this movement in a beer hall one night, while Hitler told them •he would be Germany's Dictator i: they succeeded. T'hey agreed. The "putsch" was se for next day—November 9, 1923. Bu they double-crossed him, ordered ou the soldiery and put an inglorious em to the famous "beer-cellar" putsch of Munich. Sixteen Nazis died. Luden dorff, Hitler's co-conspirator, wa§ hon orably arrested, Goering was wound •ed—but Hitler flopped on the grounc when 'the soldiers fired and sufferec -nothing moret than a -wrenched armh. In 1924, he was tried for this putsch imprisoned for five years, freed afte six months. He spent the time dictat ing .part of his egocentric, blood-curdling "Mein Kampf." Thereafter Hitler worked withii th,e law. No more putsches. Now lv n a game witnessed -by about '5,000. The ; Zebras scored • two - touchdowns n .the (opening , minutes.. •• "Lahgley, srmer Zebra now with Camden',. paved lle.wa^yfor both: of the touchdowns. Ji the opening minutes ; he.' v fumbled 'a Un'f:'\vhich"the .'Zebras^recovered on he Camden. 30. .Raymond 'Hutson went round-end for the.m'arker.' The,secorid touchdown \carne, three minutes .later 'when, Laiigley - again umbled a punt .which the 2ebras:-re- overedrahd Lafitte took' : Langs't'on's lass for .the second touchdpwnrpay.ne's ry for ; point was good .'and the-first quarter ended;il3 to v O'-i ' : ' Def&ft the Wolves at-Pfescott • foy'g&ttito The -Verger' High -School Tigers ' feated Ihe^Pre'icott Black ,Wolves to 0 Friday "hi^ht at iHfe Pfescott High "The Tjgers completely outplayed 'and 9Utclassed,-the Black wolves in every department. , it Coach -Ranie announced that Catnden) would play the tigers at Yerger field Mbflttrl&aV lit 1 Pond Street One Day Ofcly SAT. OCT. Yeiger sco&fl HHi«c JfoXf cH&dMWife in the first qua'rWr, 'Sttfe In the 'second, and onfe'ifi theHMrfl, Yerger mSfets negr6 A ield?at*2:SO fl'«lock afternoon. dh.fHe local' -Friday ha da belter than average attendance last-Sunday nightj but there-was rodm for many more. There is 'no 'better way io cldse'tHe Lorcl's.Day than by spending an h'oUrJn the torfls ftou'se of worship a~hd m'edita'tibn. The meji of the cHiifch will"ha,Ve an- dth'er "corned Wf ahd'caTJbage" Supper at the'bungalow Tuesday'night'at 7.15. Every man in any way connected, with' {he worlc or'pr~tfg~ram of "this church is urged to attend, Kev li. 'O. Leet, of Tex'sirkana, is'to^be fhe'gufest Speaker. , , YoU will be "heartily wdldbmbed at every serv;ce he're "Suhclay. . '<}ARHE'I*F MEMORIAL BAPTIST fcblHs'Ptfrtli Sunday schd&l 9'45. Elder <T >W~. Erwln 'Of • Button -will pi each at the 11 o'clock hour, the training Bourse', 'will meet;at ''6:45."'Bro. CHURCH V. 'A."Hamiribii(ls, Castor Attendance .thisi-morith 'in our Sun- doy. school' is well ; above the 100 mark 'Let's -keep , it 'that \yay.' Be in your ;class ; 'SUnday morning on 'time at 9 45. The pastor will ^speak Sunday morn- ;ing - on 'Moutain Top Visions and Valleys 'of Service." The Bora's Table spread 'at Hh'e close 'of -the ser;vice. , The ,evehing'service:begihs-promp{ly 'at ViSD'and'closes-within th'e'hour. The 'subject announced for the 'sermon is . Brwin will also bring 'the eVenmg me'ssage at 7-45. Ladles Auxiliary will'meet at the churdh j at 230 Mdnday. 'Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7-30. The public is cordially invited to come-and "worship with -us'in thesfe Services. Archealology (Continued -trom "Page One) that day. In his first lecture, on Sunday night Dr. Morris will have for Tiis subject "The Jews Remaking Palestine" ant lie will present recent coloredjpictures showing the marvelous rapidity with which "the Jews are completely changing the appearance, work and life o the 'la'nd of Palestine, including the 'development o'f the -great potash plan' at,'the head of the Dead sea. 'These pictures are very rare and present'an unusual educational ^opportunity, full of thrills m recently dis- , covered truths POMS OPB) 1^7PM.-PER«mAMCtS2**gP.M Adults 56c, Children A.NEW-' SERVICE "ECONOMY BUNDLE" Includes Everything SHIRTS-DRESSES— FIjATWORK, Etc. Washed and -Droned Phone 148 COOK'S White Star LAUNDRY &CLEANERS Christ's Message-'df'Good'Cheer." We something 0

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