Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 17, 1938 · Page 3
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You hnvc to believe in happiness, Or happiness never comes. I know that a bird chirps none the less , . . . When all that he finds is crumbs. You have to believe the buds Will blow, Believe in the grass snow; in the days of Ah, that's the reason a bird can sing- On his darkest day he believes in Spring. . You have to believe in happiness- It isn't an outward thing. The Spring never makes the song, I guess, As much as the song the Spring. Aye, many a heart could find content If it saw tho joy on the road it went, The joy ahead when It hnd to grieve For the joy is there—but you have to beli.eve.—Selected. 1 ••••» ; ' The Bay View Reading club • will meet at 3 o'clock, Wednesday otter- noon at the home of Mrs. John Arnold, North Hervey street, with Mrs. D. B. Thompson as joint hostess and Mi's. E. E.'White leading the program "Along the Old Trails With Washington." Mr. and Mrs. Bluford Chnney announce the arrival of n little daughter, Laura Ellen, Sunday, October 10, at the Julia Chester hospital. Mrs. Hugh Travis and Mr. and Mrs. John H&rrle are guests of relatives, having been called to the bedside of their mother, Mrs. E. Harrie who has been seriously ill for tho past week Mrs,E Wood/89, Dies on Monday Fluneral to Be Held at 2 p. m. Tuesday From Son's Home Here at the homo of her daughter, Chas. Cox and Mr. Cox. Mrs. Mrs. Florence Hoclgons of Shreve- poi-t, Lev., was tlic week-end gucsl ot Mrs. M. H. Barlow nnd Mrs. Elizabeth Pritchard. s Mrs. O. L. Hargrove who has been the guest of her sisters, Mrs. George Mrs W. Y. Foster, Miss Mabel Elh- ridge, Edward T. Wnyte and Mrs. Sid Henry were.Sunday visitors in Horatio, guests of Frank.Elhriclge nt his camp- cottage. District No. 7, O. E. S. will hold n School of Instruction with Hope chap-v ter 328 on Tuesday, October 18, beginning at 10 a. m. Mrs. Carolyn Sponenbargor, grand examiner of Grand chapter will conduct the business session. Visitors from other chapters arc expected. Lunch will be serve dal noon and all members are urged to be present. Mrs. Win. J. Ernest of Kansas City Mo., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Zora Anderson who continues . ill at the home, of her daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Yntes'. R, W. Muldrow of Hope has been elected yell leader at Arkansas college; Muldrow is also n member of the cast Mrs. Margaret Wood,/89, died Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock at the home of her son, E. Wood, 410 East Division street. Mrs. Wood was of one of the oldest families in Hempstead county. She is survived by Ed Wood, Mrs. Laurel London, Mrs. Alice Wilson, all of Hope; E. L. Wood of Hugo, Okla.; Mrs. Emma Keith of Amerilla, Texos; Mrs. Ed Trantham of Hope. Services will be held at the home of her son, Ed. Wood, 410 E!ast Division street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with burial at Holy Grove Cemetery, north of the city. The Rev Fred Harrison will conduct the services. Turkish Dictator It Reported Gravely III ANKARA, Turkey-OT-An official communique said Monday that President Kemal Ataturk'is gravely'ill. . Guernsey P.-T, A. Meeting Tuesday P i lldnton, W e theririgton to Be Principal Speakers Jnmes H. Pilkinton of Hope, senator- elect, and A. B.'Wetherington, super R. Breedlovc and Mrs. J. F. Porterfield and other relatives for tho past week lias returned to her home in Waco. Miss Margery Ann and Master Bobbie Gilliam of El Dorado spent the week-end with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. LaGrone. ot "Brother Rat,' 1 the first 'production of Harlequin Little Theater this season. Mrs. Cornelius Ball'is director.of the play. Miss Janet Lemley, University of Arkansas student, spent the week-end at home after.attending tho Arkansas- Texas football game in Little Rock. KCS Stockholders Vote on Merger Letters Mailed Shareholders Calling Election for December 15 NEW YORK—(/I')—A special meeting of the stockholders of the Kansas City Southern railway will be held December d5 to vote on tho proposed acquisition of control ot the road by the Louisiana & Arkansas Railway, it was made known.in a letter which stockholders received Monday. intendent of the Blevins public schools will be the principal speakers at thi regular monthly meeting of the Guern sey P.-T. A to be held in the Guernsey High School auditorium Tuesday nigh at 8 o'clock. Mr. Pilkinlon Will discuss tho pro posed amendment that would/ i the state poll tax, a requirement' fo votng, and why this bill should be do feated. Mr. Wetherington will speak alon the line of "the proposed Rotenberr bill and how its enactment as a,la 'will affect the schools of Arkansas."All parents, legal voters and frienc of education are urged to attend th program. / Hugh Bristow, principal of th Guernsey school, said the community was preparing for a large crowd. Seize 4 Germans at Panama Canal Woodmen Circle to, Open Meet Tuesday tate .Officials .on Pro- gram;-New'Officers to i Be Elected Mrs. Taylor Stuart and daughter, Miss Charlotte ot Hot Springs were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. McRae. Mrs. Mattie Greor of Lcwisville was tho -.Sunday • guest of friends in the city. • -O- Thc Alathcan Sunday School class of the First Baptist church will hold its tegular monthly business and social meeting at ; 7:30 Tuesday evening in the educational building, South Main street. All members are urged to be present. . Reddies Prepare (Continued from Page One) the Arkansas high school football conference rfre threatened this week by determined circuit opponents in a program that also offers two other all- coil ference games. . . . , The Little Rock Tigers, Pine Bluff Zebras and Benton, who with Jonesboro, form the select circle, arc in for a busy night Friday from teams whoso emaining hopes for seasonal prestige re based more or less, on the possi- ility of dumping a leader. The Tigers will be hosts here to tho 'orl Smith Grizzles who battled the Melrose Revival Meet Called Big Success The community revival % campaign recently held at Melrose Baptist church conducted by the Rev. Taylor, Bowden was one of Hie best ever held in that community. The highlight of the campaign was the Melrose homecoming event held October 9th and attended by many former residents of that community. Tho G. W. Wowden family reunion was also held during the campaign Woman Included in Group Arrested for Photographing Forts ENDS MON. 'Sons"*of the Legion' TUES.-WED. Brought Back! ! "COLLEGE SWING" GEORGE BURNS GRACIE ALLEN MARTHARAYE BOB HOPE Edw. E. Horton, Ben Blue Betty Grable Jackie Coogan WATCH FOR NEW SOUND OPENING NEXT SUN. with DEANNA DURBIN 'forth veek. Little Rock Wildcats 7-7 last The Grizzles, who already have whipped their traditional Van Buren oos would almost be willing to quit nd call it a successful season if they topped the Tigers. The Zebras, sailing along with four traight conference wins, will find Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment things not-so-easy at El Dorado where the oil city boys have displayed occasional sighs of brilliance even though they were held to a tie by Hot Springs two weeks ago. The darkhorse Benlon club, undefeated outside the conference as well as within, might find the Russellville Wildcats of sterner stuff when they play at Benton. Jones is idle for the week. The two other conference tilts bring together Clorksville and Blytheville at Blytheville and Hot Springs and Fordyce at Fordyce. Other games involving conference teams: North Little Rock at homo with Searcy. Camdcn at home with Malvern. Hope at Nashville. Forrest City at Paragould. The happiest, singicst iwingicst, Cargo that ever sailed across (lie screen! JESSIE MATTHEWS -In"SAILING ALONG" with ROLAND YOUNG Also—OUR GANG COMEDY COLOR TRAVEL-NEWS TUES. & WED. MON-TUES " YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" FRANK CAPRA'S GREATEST HIT Just Unpacked N e w Barbizon SLIPS LADIES Specialty Shop GENE AUTRY—in "Gold Mine in the Sky" and A South Sea Story ZAMBONGA ANEW SERVICE "ECONOMY BUNDLE" Pound Includes Everything SIUBTS—PRESSES- FLATWOBK, Etc. Washed aiid boned Phone 148 COOK'S White Star LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Arkansas to Coast LITTLE ROCK, 'Ark.—(^P)—Arkansas's vagrant college football teams continue their wandering this week but, despite the epidemic of gypsy fever which has gripped the wonder state elevens all season, the home fans will betreated to three games within 10 native boundaries. Arkansas State of Jonesboro is the nly team slaying within its own back- ard. The Indians, defeated 6-0 Sat- rday By Southern Illinois Normal at Carbondale, will be hosts to the Henrix Warriors from Conway Friday. Hendrix defeated Monticello Aggies 3-0 last Friday. Monday night at San Antonio, Tex- j the Ouachita College Tigers of Arkadelphia will finish last week's grid program with a postponed game with St. Mary's. The luckless Henderson State Teachers from 'Arkadelphia, 2G-13 victims of Arkansas Tech last week, will play the Louisiana State University's Northeast Center team at Hope Thursday. Tech, which gets its mail at Russellville, will wander over to Fort Smith to assume the host role against the Central Oklahoma State Teachers Friday. . The Monticello Aggies again pack their togs for the third out-of-state encounter in four starts. They journey down to Alexandria, La., for a bout with Louisiana College Friday. Arkansas State Teachers of Conway, trampled Saturday night 34-0 at Fresno, Calif., by the Fresno State Padres, will go to Rollo, Mo., Saturday for an engagement with the Missouri School of Mines. The longest jaunt of the week Will Jind the University of Arkansas Razor- jacks, 42-6 conquerers of Texas University here Saturday, touring to the 3 acific Coast for a Saturday meeting with Santa Clara University at San rrancisco. Guy_Payne (Continued from Page One) PANAMA, Panama—(/P)—Four Germans, including a woman, were arrested by military police Sunday when they were found taking photographs in the Fort Randolph area of the Canal Zone fortifications. The quartet was held in the Fort Randolph guardhouse pending an in- ,quiry to determine whether they will be charged with violation of the espionage act. The woman, booked as Ingeborg Gutmann, an danother prisoner who gave his name as Hans Schackow, were said by military authorities to be employes of the German Hapag-Lloyd steamship line lagency at Cristobal. The other two were lister as Gisbert Gross and Edward Robert Kuhrig. Their addresses, were not given. The four drove to the gates of the Forf Randolph reservation Sunday morning in Kuhrig's automobile anc told the sentry on duty that they weue going to the post exchange. They were permitted to pass when the sentry asked whether they had a camera anc received a negative reply. ,,i,. , The sentry became suspicious afte two hours and advised the sergeant or duty to search for them. They wen found making pictures of Caleta Poin and were taken at once to the guard house. Military authorities confiscate! their camera and the automobile. Delegates from around 30 nearby owns will gather at the Woodmen hall m Tuesday, October 18, to take part in a" Woodmen Circle district convention. Members of Hope grove No. 190 will bo hostesses, ., Among distinguished guests at the convention will be: Mrs..Tressie Goldsticker, state manager,. Little Rock; Mrs. Eva Baylor, stale president, Mrs. Dora Meador,,state inner sentinel, and Mrs. Katie Crowell, state auditor, Texarkana. Mrs. Isa Kinard, state outer sentinel, El Dorado; Mrs^ Blanche Murphy, national representative, and Mrs. Belle Hanna, state assistant attendant, Hot Springs. • . • The convention will begin at 1:30 p. m. with formal opening certmonies, followed by' a welcome address by Mrs. Taylor, response by Mrs. Estelle Wnterslon, El Dorado, national musician of Tau Phi Lambda sorority, introduction of distinguished guests and sealing of district officers. . A large class of candidates' will be initiated, with the El Dorado drill team assisting. New district officers will be elected, and the two districts represented will be consolidated. Allstar proficiency certificates will be awarded to Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Goldsticker. - ' A dinner will be served at C p. m. with Mrs. Goldsticker as toastmistress. Tho evening program will begin al 7:30 and will be open to the public. Included will be talks by national and stale officers, demonstrations of the floor work by teams from El Dorado, Texarkana, and Harmony church, mus- cal numbers, and readings. Mrs. B. M. Jones, Mrs. Rachel Story, Webb Laseter, Mrs. Katie Laseter, VIrs. Taylor, Mrs. Nettie Wiggins and VIrs. Tholma Northcutt are in charge f local arrangements. Those serving on other committees VIrs. Leona Bcarden and Ruth Ellen 3 os well. ficials and committees as follows! ,M. 6."Hill, president; shep Jackson Vice president! C.,M, Monroe, treasurer; Ethel Jackson, secretary. . , .' . Agriculture and exhibit committee: tfestus'Tsylbr; chairman; Ervin Phillip WV H, Willace, Arthur Taylor, fiooker Rhodes. Business and Finance committee: C. M. Mohre, chairman, Mattie Bostic, S. W. Williams, Henry Brown, Mary Brown," Willie Bishop, Ollie Mae Williams, Daisy Taylor, Mary Rhodes, Warnie Lloyd, Ethel Jackson. Program committee: Classic Phillip, chairman, Mae Sue McCollum, Mary Brown, Ollie B. Woods, James Wesley. .Domestic and Fine Art: Warnnie Lloyd, chairman; Daisy Taylor, Gracie Taylor, Mary Johnson, Mary Brown, Mattie Murry. Amusement committee: C. M. Murry, Chairman, Ervin Phillip, Mae Sue McCollum. Peace officers: Bostic. P. Miles, Emanuel Says Democracies "Must.Prepare" Winston Churchill Urges ' 'Common Front' Against Dictators British Rulers to , VisitJieU;lA. King George, Queen Mary Coming to America , Next Spring LONDON, Eng. ~(/P)— ,The 'Daily Herald said Monday that a state visit of JKing George of'England to the United States at the end of his Canad- ian'' tour next spring would be announced in his speech; from the throne at the opening of Parliament November 8. ' j i The Herald said the British embassy in Washington and the United States State Department . were arranging S B provisional program for the approval of King George and President Roosevelt. ; The program, the paper added, provides for a stay of three days arid two nights at the White ; House and one night aboard a United States war ship with a naval review off the mouth of the Potomac aS'a Crowning " Hie program includes, i a stat* dinner Artd a ball Houses a state H-«fption by Congrejl Iff the capital; a dinner and fecetttie .given by King George and Queen El abelh at the British embassy Jn of President Roosevelt and Mrs, velt and a Visit td Mount VeTnott the grave of George Washington. En Route home to London majesties expect to visit Bermuda, newspaper added. • A brief' announcement frotn moral castle, Scotland, October 8, said,J the king and queen were planning a three-week visit tq Canada next year* At the time nothing was said of ex* tending the tour to the United States, though observers said Ihey Were like-* ly to do so as a gesture of the "friendship of the two peoples." By then? visit to Washington, King George VI. and his queen would be the first reigning British sovereigns ever to feet foot on United States soil. LONDON, Eng. — (/P) — Winston Churchill, answering Adolf Hitler's accusation that he was a war-monger, Sunday night called upon world democracies—including the United States —to form a common front against by the British Broadcasting Company for homeland listeners, though BBC Shortwave facilities were used to transmit it to the United States. He said France and Britain had bowed before Hitler's demands for Czechoslovakia's Sudeteland, but .that they with the other democracies should halt the forward march of dictators.. * "':/•;• "If through an earnest desire for peace we have placed ourselves at a disadvantage, we must make up for it by redoubled exertions and if neces T A line drawn across the points of ,', the crescent ••moon always is perpen- * dicular to a line drawn from the moon r to the sun. « f • Baby's Cold discomforts relieved without dosing— use Spillers, Wallace Monroe, Marvin Win ters, Luther Spears and O'Dell Morris Haynes Chapel to Open 3-Day Fair tfegro Agricultural Exhibits on Display, Event Opens Tuesday Plan's are near completion • for the Hayne's Chapel Community Fair, an annual 'celebration to be held -Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday October 18, 19, 20 at Haynes Chapel School house. • Community achievements, ; races, public speaking and contest singing will make up each-day's program, sponsored by the community fair organization, under the direction of the vocational department of Yerger hgin school. ' The best farm and home products will be on exhibition. Awards will be made fro all worthy exhibits. Refreshment and cold drinks will be available. J. A. Harris, vocational instructor of Yerger High School, announces the of- "moral and military •aggression" Of dictators. '• "The preponderant world forces are upon our side," said Churchill, Churchill, Britain's first lord, of the Admiralty during the World war. "They have but to be united to be obeyed." Churchill, along with former Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and former First Lord of the Admiralty Alfred Duff Cooper, were charged by Hitler in a speech at Saarbruecken, on October 9 with being men who would "like to make war." Both Eden and Duff Cooper quit Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's cabinet because of his foreign policy. "We must arm," Churchill said in his speech which was not broadcast sary by fortitude in. suffering," he. said. "We shall ho doubt arm. "Is this a call to war? I declare it to be the sole guarantee of peace." HOPE Pond Street One Day Only SAT.OCT. CHAPPED SKIN I T would be difficult to find any preparation more effective for chapped skin than Mentholatum. Its ingredients are renowned for relieving minor irritations of the skin. Mentholatum ..quickly soothes the pain and discomfort of chapping and promotes proper healing. So, whether you have chapped lips, chapped hands, or chapped ankles, remember to get quick relief by applying .Mentholatum. 'MENTHOLATUM Gives COMFORT Daily overnment COTTON LOANS Quick Service Classed and paid imme- ditely in out office. ' TOM KINSER Bring or send your sealed samples to me. Licensed to classify and certificate cotton for 1938 government cotton loan. Hope, Ark. Williams Sherwm ENAMELOID FULL PINT Chrome Cooking Utensils Hope Hard SS8JflW7 RM.-PERFORVUMCE 24P.M COMPANY Children 25 Adults 50c. [Government Cotton Loans Quick Service— Immediate Payment Cottou Classed by E. C.Brovvii, Licensed Government Closer in Our Office. E. C-BROWN & CO. Hope, Coach company. Besides his parents, he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Jim James of Hope. Funeral services were held at 10 m. Monday from the Church of Christ, conducted by the Rev. J. D. Copeland. He had been a member of the church since the age of 14. The body was then taken to Center Point where at 2 p. m. the services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Peebles of Saratoga. Burial followed in Center Point cemetery. Pallbearers were: K, B. Spears, Ware Kindsey, George Kirk, Edward I f WE ABE PREPARED To Do All Kinds of CoW Storage ajid Meat Curing COMMUNITY ICE & PRO" WJCE CO. Phone 350 for Particulars Copyright 1938. 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