Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 26, 1938 · Page 3
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Wectffes'day, October 26, 1938 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS MRS. SID HENRY There never was a cheat who wished' the name. There never was a thief who did not feel He could escape the punishment nnd .shame Which fall to men who use their wits to steal, The liar hates the title of his lie. No trickster ever tjonsts that he is base. No felon shouts: ''A murderer sun I!" No man is ever happy in disgrace., You cimnot lie without the liar's mime. There us no skill cnn glorify deceit. The cleverest man who plays the trickster's giime Inevitably brands himself n chcul. -E. A. G. —WED.— A "Better Wed. Picture' XMECHE WHEUUl War Victims Flee Canton Before Japanese^Conquest r Mr.s. Preston Dnvis hns relumed to er home in McCaskill after n two A'coks slny with friends in the city. Judge nnd Mrs. A. J. Alvcrson were "ucsdny night guests of friends, on- oute to their home in Datisville, N. Y., lifter 11 visit with their son, Dr. Don Alvcrson in Sun Antonio, Texas. -O- Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Pilkinton, Jnnies ilkniton »nd Mrs. Edwin Dosselt Hi- ending u P. T. A. meeting in Washington Tuesday night, where Mrs. Dossell ml James Pilkinlon were guest speak- Mrs. E. M. McCoy, 507 South Pine strccl announce the' in;irriage of her daughter, Lorainc to Warren Kinley, son of Mr.s. GILS Monroe of Washington. The wedding took place on Wednesday, October 19, „ in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Kinley arc nt home in the Tom Carrell apartments on West Third street. Mrs. J. W. Wimberly and Miss Wyblc Wimberly were Tuesday visitors with relatives in Ashdown. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wntkins announce the arrival of a little daughter, Judith, Tuesday, October 25 at Julia Chester hospital. Film Star Talbot Is Real Hero, Hurt Critically Burned Saving House^Guest, May Never Act Again THURS.-FRI. Mrs. L. A. Foster has as guests for the Arkansas Synod convening at First Presbyterian church this week, R. E. Hasting of Stuttgart, Rev. Boney of Warren and A. H. Harthong of Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward have as guests for the Synod convening at the First Presbyterian church this week, Rev. David Sheppcrson of El Dorado and Rev. John Spraggins of Pine Bluff. Dr. M. A. Boggs of Hot Springs, Rev. F. R. Young of Malvern and E. P. Garrison of El Dorado are guests of Mr. i'iid Mr.s. K. G. McRac for the Arkansas Synod, convening in this city this week. —WED.— MYSTERY RAY SOUGHT IN 1 SERIES OF WEIRD CRASHES! :J "Flight to Fame" THURS.-FRI. i\lt. Neho Church Meet The fifth meeting of the Hemp- ead-Miller Baptist Association will jnvene at Ml. Nebo church near Patios at 10 a. m. Saturday, October 29. H E W Last Day (Wednesday) Peter 1$. Ivync's LAW OK THE PLANES' JOK PENNKK—iii- GO CHASE YOURSELF' Thursday & Friday JOE E. BROWN —in— "FIT FOR A KING" Also—Golf Mistakes Song of Revolt—Have Courage SALE 300 Fall and Winter Dresses for Women and Juniors S6.99 LADIES Specialty Shop Printzess Coat Week Our knowledge guides your choice to a Printzess Coat • As you review our large individual collection of I'rintzi'-Hti Coats our salesladies suggest the (model best suited to you. • Talent, skill and cure go into the making of each f r i H t ~ c « « Coat which makes the garment as fine as its price can buy. From $19.75 to $49,75 Ladies' Specialty Shop BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.— «')— Lyle Talbot played a real hero's role Tuesday which probably will blight his screen career. Talbot's hands, neck, arms and head were burned to severely in a $50,OOC fire .that destroyed his home he may never appear again before a camera He dragged his guest Franklin D Parker, also from a fiery, smoke-fillcc bedroom' to safety on a second story ledge. Witnesses saw Talbot, trapped on th second floor by flames that started a ground level, trying desperately tc drag Parker, who was unconscious out on a porch roof from a bedroom Talbot, choking with smoke, his pa jamas aflaime, finally got Parker to safety and then leaped 20 feet to the .ground to assist firemen. Talbot, an ative of Pittsburgh, is 34. His last picture, finished 10 days ago, was "I Stand Accused." He played the role of a gangster and met the usual screen death at the hands of the law. He has appeared in scores of pictures, "Oil for the Lamps of China," "One Night of Love" and 'Second Honey moon" among them. With extension of the Jnpancse onslaught to South China, there are few havens for terror-stricken wiir refugees. Here is n Chinese family with hastily gathered belongings on the Voad from Canton just before the South China city fell to (he Japanese. ',-.•• aloon Pinch-Hits As Sunday School CENTRAL VALLEY, Calif.— (/P)Construction of taverns seems to be ;oing ahead faster than church archi- ecture in this boo*m' town called into >eing by huge Shasta dam. Sunday school was held outdors until rain set n. Then Chester Barger invited the group to meet in his beer parlor. The offer was accepted, and sale of drinks was suspended were over. until services McCaskill Mrs. Graydon Anthony, Mrs. Ro; Ryan and children, Mrs. Joe Wilson nnd Mrs. Ricks visited in Arkadelphia Wednesday. Arline Wortham of Cora DoWiell lospital in Prescott visited here Thursday. A Halloween carnival will be held at McCaskill Jr. High School HaUoweeh night, Monday October 31. Fun and entertainment for all. Everyone Is invited. Maxine and Geraldine Ryan, were shopping in Hope Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester McCaskill and daughter Janette, attended the football game in Nashville Friday night. Mrs. Graydon Anthony and daughter Bonnie, spent the week-end in Mur- Ireesboro. The South American lima vents its anger by spitting at its rider or maser. Speedy Boon to Busy Businessmen No Rules to Plague These College Girls TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—(/P)—The Florida Slate College, for Women is pick-' ing out its 50 ."best citizens" in the senior class and giving the girls com-' plcte personal freedom—there will be no campus rules for them. A cG'nVmiltec of students and faculty is making the selections with scholastic rating, health and campus record as guides. The consent of a girl's par- Unusual Burglar Gentleman (at the police station) "Could I see the man who was arrestec for robbing our house last night?" Desk Sergeant: "This is very irregular. Why do you want to see him?" Gentleman: "I want to ask him how he got in without awakening my wife.' - ; • 1 • The word hygiene comes from Hygie the Greek goddes of health. cnts or guardian is to be obtained be fore she is awarded the privilege. Dean Olivia Dorman, originator the plan, says its purpose is to "giv these students an opportunity to prov themselves capable of acceptng the re sponsibilities which creased freedom." accompany Hear Governor CARL BAILEY Give the Facts about Amendment 28 in an address THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 KLRA, Little Kock KGHI, Little Rock KCM.C,- Texarkana 6:15 to 6:45 p. m. Over Radio Stations ' KOTM, Pine Bluff KFPW, Fort Smith • ' ; ' KELD, El Dorado WMC Memphis, Twin. The passage of this amendment is of. vital importance to every citizen. —Paid Political Adv. Capable of Hying 330 miles per hour, nearly 100 miles faster than other commercial planes in present use the "Executive", pictured above in cut-away sketch, was recently designed by the Seversky Aircraft Corporation. It is intended to carry four passengers, is powered with a twin-row 1200 horsepower engine and is designed as a full cantilever, low-wing monoplane. Seversky expects it to be an aid to executives needing rapid transportation and-a feeder plane for larger airliners. State Has Snnkc-Hunt CHEYENNE, Wyo.— (/Pi- The Wyo- miiiK fall rattlesnake hunting season has opened. Three Cheyenne men killed 54 of the reptiles in a den 30 miles north of here, first mass slaugh- tcr reported this year. The snakes \vefc hibernating in. a den. — - •••» . Nearly two-thirds of all the lam eaten in the United Steles is con sumed in the area north of Washington D.C., and east of Pittsburg.. Less tha five per. cent is produced in that. area. CfteSNAPSHOT CUIL SALE U J» > '" :J dies Furred Coats And 3 Piece SUITS > Ti V"4 * $; *i ^ your Unrestricted Choice of Oar Entire Stock While Quantity Lasts! All Coats from our regular stock of finer winter coats and offered at this sensational reduction as a REPHAN. feature. Stunning models, luxuriously trimmed with such fine furs as Manchurian Wolf, Beaverette, Sealine and Badger. Shown in black and brown. Lined with durable material and interlined with a heavy fabric to assure added warmth and wear. Plain and belted models. You'll want one as soon as you see them. 'What's Inside?" This snapshot could well fit Into a Hallowe'en serlea telling the story of jack-o'-lantern. M Y snapshot calendar shows that Hallowe'en is just around the corner. It's time for owls to hoot, witches to fly, jack-o'-lanterns to grin, and ghosts to walk through moonlit graveyards, no doubt clanking their chains. And for camera fans, the weird-picture season will open. Weird pictures are interesting to take at any time—but even more fun at Hallowe'en. And with a few easy tricks, you can get effects that smack of genuine witchery. Odd lighting effects are simple. In a group picture indoors, you can obtain a strange "firelight" effect by placing your photo lights on the floor hi front of your subjects. Don't let the lights show in Hie finder or shine on the leus. To picture a face floating in air, put the photo liglu at the boUom of a long cardboarc .tube—and let the subject hold the lop of the tube just below his chin The room lights must be turned off Weird shadows are picture-ma terial. Have a subject in witch costume stand in front of a photo bulb, and picture the grotesque shadow cast on the opposite wall Or, place the light close to the wall to Illuminate it brightly, aud lc your subject sit between the earner nd the light. Interesting silhouettes an be made in this way. A pliin ght colored wall is best. Make "ghost" pictures by double xposure. Place the camera on a able, and take a short exposure o£ corner of the room, including ome furniture. Then, without mov- iig the camera or winding the lilin, lave a subject draped in a white heet step into the corner, and open he camera for the second, shorter exposure. With correct exposure .he "ghost" will be transparent— and the furniture or wallpaper will show through Uim. To be safe, try several shots with different exposure times. Weird pictures are not all of Hal- owe'en. There are children's cos- lume parties, rich in possibilities for "memory" snapshots. Take them witU <edd lightings aud shadow effect*, and they will be all the better. And Hallowe'en preparations provide picture chances. You can make a splendid picture-story out of the jack-o'-lantern ... a series of pictures showing the purchase of the pumpkin, the carving, and the final result grinning from a front window. Indeed, at Hallowe'en there's never a dull moment for the camera. Get yours ready now. Joha van Guilder S19.95 Coats Or 3 Piece Suits SR95 Coats Or 3 Piece Suits 95 I $095 S6.95 Coats LADIES SHOES These Are Our Regular $3.95 and $5.00 Bond Shoes in this Falls newest colors, heels and styles. ^Sizes run from AAA to C—3'/2 to 9. Come Early—They won't last long at this low price. 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