Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 21, 1938 · Page 3
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Friday, Ocfob'er 21, 1038 HOPJB S!TAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE October Out of u frosty sky, The wild ducks far uneasy cry. Southward they go—circling high, O'er hill and dale: jLlflr-studded night—a hunter's horn, Hounds baying at a smiling moon. Ere they begin to scent the trail; Then dawn's rosy fingers Drawing back the veil of darkness; And behold! neath brightening sun The season's glamorous beauty doth unfold. O, days of sapphire .skies, and air like wine That quickens e'en the slumbering mind Toi more potent, and to livorlicr thought Than langorous Summer days have wrought A glory neither Winter, Summer Spring can give. Nomitdic days so poignantly still, That makes us long to wander on Ji will Where the maples are a flame o glory, And the sumac's burned a I mil across the hill.—Selected. Dr. and Mrs. A. J, Neighbors wil spend the next week in St. Louis where Dr. Neighbors will attend tht National Dental convention. irds of Texarkani guest of Mi-, line Mrs. Jack Edw; was the Thursday Mrs. Hugh Jones. —O— Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hunter of Amity were Thursday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. May and Mr. ujicl Mrs. R. M. Patterson. PHI. FRI. Betty Grablc, Mary Carlisle, Busier Criililic—in— "SWEETHEART OF SIGMA CHI" Cartoon—Travel—Sports SATURDAY ONLY Mr. and rs. J. M. Houston anil Mrs. II. E. Caiti left Friday morning for New Albany, Miss., where they were culled on account of the passing of Mr. Houston's father, Mr. J. J. Hous:on, who passed on curly Friday morning after a long illness at his home in New Albany, Miss., at the advanced ;ige of 84 years. -O- The October meeting of the Clurr Lowthorp chapter, C. of C. was held <>i\ Thursday afternoon at the home f Mrs. Bright on South Hcrvcy street with Miss Marzetlt Williams as hostess. The meeting was opened by the president, Miss Margaret Simms, am following the salute to the flag, tin- regular routine of business was trans i clod. Twenty-five members respond ed to the roll call. During the pro gimn Mrs. C. S, Lowthorp discussei "The Men of the South who had dominating purl in the puilbing o our nation." Followed by Miss Mnrj Ross McFnddin who gave a most in leresting description of her trip Wes this past summer. The new year book were distributed, closing the meeting Among Hope students from Mender Mm State Teachers college seeing th game Thursday night at the Hope .stadium between the Reddies nnd LSU ^Northeast Senter of Monroe, La., were Alisses Patricia Thomas and Julia Rroening and Joe Wimberly. Mrs. Lulu -Scott" Wilson mother of Mrs. M. C. Butler who recently un- dtM-wcnt a m;ijor operation nt the Julia Chester hospital, has returned her home in Hot Springs and Yiends will l>e glad to know that Mrs, Sutler is reported as steadily improv- The Recreational Council of the First Bitr/ti.st church will hold open house icli.y evening from 7 to '.I, for all of the young people of. the church, who are urged to be present. Pine Bluff Pastor to Speak Sunday lev. E. J. Bruton in Charge of Services at Gospel Tabernacle The Rev. K. J. Bruton, pastor of the Assembly of God church nt Pine Bluff, will speak at the Ho|>c Gospel Tabernacle Sundya at both the morning worship service nt 11 o'clock and again in the evening at the evangelistic service beginning at 7:45. The Rev. Mr. Burton is a nationally recognized minister by his denomination, having served on the education committee, by appointment of General Superintendent E. S. Williams. He hns been a district officer for a number of years in the Arkansas district and is at the present lime on the national board of General Presbyters. upon all the duty of keeping It. A day of- rest ought to be holy. If 11 is not regarded ns holy nnd if various things nrc allowed to infringe upon its sancily, for gain, pleasure, or con- it scases to exist at all — as it has in vcnience, the result is that before long FIRST METHODIST Krccl R. Harrison, Pastor with his wonder horse TARZAN AJso COIUKDY No. 7 "UNnKKSKA KINGDOAI" Silly Symphony anil Krir/.y Knt Sunday & Monday If a day's supply of fruits and veg (.tables sufficient for New York City were on one train, the train would be mure than Gil miles long. 10 it. m. The church school with a class for every nge group. 10:55 a. m. Morning congregational worship. The pastor's sermon subject will be, "The Grace of Contentment." (!:•).'"> p. m. Intermediate and Young People's Epworth Leagues. 7:30 p. m. Evening worship. Ser- rnon subject, "Power In Christ." There are four Sundays of this present conference year until the annual conference meets at Camden, November 15. Every member i.s urged to attend all of these remaining services. llnpc Gospel Tabernacle Bert Webb, I'listor Kill: Snc.nui'r's originally scheduled picture showing Here due to closing of Sacugcr. ALGIERS" SATURDAY—15c Hopalong Cassidy —in— "Bar 20 Rides Again' AND TIM McCOY "The Westerner" Plan to be at Sunday school next Sunday at the Tabernacle as Rev. Bru- lon of Pine Bluff will be present and will preach at both the morning and evening services in the absence of Pastor Webb who is away conducting a revival in Tulsji. We arc urging everyone to be faithful in attendance and benefit by the services. Children's church and Christ's Ambassadors will meet at 6:45 each Sunday. Spend an enjoyable hour Sunday night ;.t the Tabernacle, it is Hope's full gospel center. large measure censed to exist for great multitudes of people in this modern world, The situation would be much worse than it is were it not thai some remnants of sancity still attach to the day of rest. The principle is recognized, even if it is not followed; and this fact has led to certain proectivc laws nnd regulations or agreements, apart from laws, which have had the aim of establishing fo revcry worker nt least one day in seven as a day of rest. It is doubtful whether, in our modern world and under modern conditions, a day of rest could be observed with the completeness that was possible in the primitive life and organization of Jewish society. There are problems to be met today that could not be easily solved, even if the economic aspect were disregarded. But there is nothing in the modern situation that in any respect affects the possibility of some weekly day of rest for every worker. In fact, it might be said that the conditions of modern economic life make this more feasible than ever before. The need of recognizing and maintaining the Sabbath Day principle ought not need emphasis. It is a principle sound in health, sound in economics, and sound in its social aspects' But the Sabbath prinicple ought to and influences. be established in terms of rest and welfare, and not in lei'ms of arbitrary requirements and harsh and exacting rules and restrictions. This is what is emphasized in the New Testament conception of the Sabbath, and the use that Jesus made of it. We know that it was His custom to go into the synagogue on the Sabbath Day for worship, but religion and worship were not merely matters of form for Jesus but related to the doing of good and human welfare. When Jesus, teaching in the synagogue, saw a woman crippled with years of illness, He healed her. The At the New Ken Maynard, stnr of "Six-Shootin 1 .Sheriff" which is topping the bill at the New theater Saturday, while one of the most widely read of screen stars, has a very healthy dislike of those who affect the "Literalli" attitude. Ken's reading ranges nil the way from the dime western magazines to Shakespeare. It is true that boobs about early days in the West would acquire whatever lead might fall to an individual classification, but he admits that this can be traced to his job rather than favoritism. In magazines, his tastes show an equally wide divergence, ranging from fiction to professional publications dealing with engineering, this latter being the subject in which his college degrte was granted. Marjoric Reynolds is seen as his lending lady in this action thriller, with Warner Richmond, Jane Kcck- ley, Tom London and Lafc McKee heading the supporting cast. Enthusiasm High (Continued from Page One) ruler of the synagogue, a strict literalist, was outraged that anyone should do such a thing on the Sabbath Day; but Jesus rebuked him and reminded him that it was the greatest hypocrisy to relieve the ncds and sufferings of animals on the Sabbath, and at the same li'rn'c make it a breach of the Sabbath to heal human ills or disease. He enforced the great teaching that the Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath. Our modern society would do well to bear in mind both these principles —that humanity needs a day of rest, and that unless there is something holy attached to it, it will not have much pern. ->oncy, but also that holiness does noi. mean formalistic and exacting regulations that make the day a burden instead of a day of rest. Camdcn 2G-G; Gurdon 13-0, and Pres- coll 15-7, losing only to the El Dorado Wildcats 26 to 20. The Scrappers will be in good condition for the game and will take the field at top strength in an effort to halt the invaders. Train Leaves (>:I5 p. in. The Hope football team, high school band, students and fans prepared to board a special train for Nashville at 6:15 p. m. The roundlrip fare is 55 cents. The train is due in Nashville shortly after 7 o'clock and will slop two blocks from the field. All local fans are urged to ride the train to enable the athletic committee to reach its required quota of 40( tickets. The train returns to Hope immediately after the game. The Bobcat football team, Coacl Foy HarmiVons said Friday morning would be in the best physical shape in the past three weeks. Tackle Norman Green will be in the starting lineup, giving the squad its full strength. Coach Hammonds said his boys had drilled until dark each day the past week and were anxious to get going against their ancient rivals. '"•I Imitation amber can be made from celluloid and Canadian balsam, but neither of these substances will become electrified by friction, as will amber. Here's Quick Relief for RASPY COUGHS DUE TO COLDS FIRST—put a small lump of Vlcka VapoRub on your tongue and let It melt. The medication bathes the irritated membranes as It trlcklesdown your throat—brlnglns comforting relief— where you want It—when you want It, TH EN —mel taspoonful of VapoRub In a bowl of boiling water. Breathe In the vapors for a few minutes. As these vapors work their way down through the air-passages, they loosen phlegm and case the cough. WICKS W VAPORUB Lion Football Broadcast 4:45 P. M. Saturday, October 22 Santa Clara University vs. U. of A. AT RADIO STATIONS KARK—Little Rock—890 Kilocycles KBTM—Jonesboro—1200 Kilocycles KFPW—Fort Smith 1210 Kilocycles KELD—El Dorado—1370 Kilocycles Sponsored By El Dorado, Ark. Government Cotton Loans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in. our office. T. S. McDAVITT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas! (IAKKETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST Hollis Piirtle, Pastor at Sunday 'School 9:<15 a. m. Preaching nt 11 a. m. 13. Y. P. T. C. at 6:45 p. m. Preaching at 7:45 p. m. Ladies Auxiliary will meet church at 2:l!0 Monday. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Come and worship with us. A hearty welcome awaits you at Garrett Memorial. * .„ C&e i 1 *' 1 '" 'Sfm. '% safe ff'v, Closed Friday For Installation STARTLING Weekly Sunday School Lesson By WM. E. GILROY, D. D. Editor of Advance ,.«*,* OUR DAY OF REST Text: Kxoclus 20:8-11; Luke 13:10-17 Our lesson very properly emphasizes two aspects of the Sabbath, or the day of rest, which, as the first day of the week instead of the seventh, has followed out the same principle in Chris- temltj'm'. We have, first of all, the Commandment concerning the Snbbath Day, emphasizing its holiness and enjoining NEW :• SOUND!! •: HEARD OFFICIALLY SUNDAY with DEANNADURBIN SAT. 15c CHAS. STARRETT—in "WEST OF S A N T E F E" AND JUNE LANG in "MEET THE GIRLS" Curd of Thanks We sincerely thank our many friends foe the kindness shown us during our recent bereavement and also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Payne. Jim and Frances James Lou Cornelius. —, _^»«> Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness shown us during the illness and death of our mother, Mrs. Margaret Wood. We wish to especially thank the em- ployes of the Williams Lumber company for their deeds of kindness. Ed Wood and family. •> Congratulations • he a/frkanas' largest & On Their New $IO,OOO SOUND SYSTEM It Should Be One of the Finest in the Country Texarkana Moving local Picture Operators 3S3 &<>' Here's Big News! 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