Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 29, 1938
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>vW Satut'clay, October,29,1988 STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS He who walks beside n rosebud and sees the flower bloom, . Its lovely form'and color, its delicate perfume: Who walks beneath the heavens arid . sues ,the elenr .blue sky, The sunrise und the sunset, the tints / thut glow nnd die; Who treads u rurnl pathway, find hears the song of birds And notes the trembling grosses a passing brccxc has stirred; Who dwells among bis fellows nnd helps them through the dny; Who feels their every heartbeat has found Die perfect way. Who sees the good and beautiful in all God's creatures fair:' Who always says a kindly word to . those who've many a care; Who lends and guides some wanderer to the gate of the fold, Has' stored for himself in eternity's bank, n fortune of purest gold. —Selected. Mrs. R. M. LnGroiie is spending the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Surrey,Gilliam and Mr, Gilliam in El Dorado. The W. M. U. of the First Baptist ch'urch'W'U meet Monday at 10 o'clock ntithe.church, with a pot luck lunch- eon at'noon. The Friday Mttsic club held its first study of the club year on Friday nf- lernoon at the home of Mrs. J. O. Milnm on South Pine street, with Mrs. Edwin Stewart as joint hostess and Mrs. F. L. Padgilt leading the study on Early Music. During the business period, amendments were read by the parliamentarian. Mrs. J. C. Carlton following a discussion of some. Mrs Carlton was elected Director of the Choral club to fill the unexpired term of Mrs. John Wellborn, resigned. Mrs Edwin (Stewart is accompanist for the club. In presenting her program, Mrs Padgilt gave some very interesting data .in regard to Enrly. Music, tracing its dcvefopment from the sacred to the secular, going from Plainsong and the Motot. Mrs. Fred Harrison sang a O roup of folk songs including "Santa Lucia," "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes" and "Comin 1 Through tin Rye" with Mrs. Edwin Stewart at th piano. Mrs. J. C. Carlton, Percy Grainger's "Irish Tune from Country Derry." A round table discussion 01 whist qualities must a folk song posses. to survive the centuries? closed a very interesting study on "Early Music. The next meeting will be held Novem ber'llth at the home of Mrs. Fred R Harrison with Mrs. A. C. Kolb lead ing the study on "Styles in Opera." to Discuss State Exhibit at N. Y. Gov. Bailey and Palmer to Leave for New York Saturday LITTLE ROCK,—Gov. Carl E. Bailey MOTION PICTURES ARE YOU .".. BEST ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY The 3 Mesquiteers IN No. "Trigger Trio" 8 "UNDERSEA KINGDOM" Comedy and Cartoon Irene Dunne "Joy of Living" Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. With Alice Brady Comedy and News SUN Mnn of 'H Dick Moore of Henderson Suit Teachers college, Arkadelphia, is th week-end guest of his parents, M and Mrs. Jewell Moore. Miss Dorothy Bess Strange of Stamp is the week-end guest of Miss Jenn Sue Moorei' -O- Mrs. Caswell McRae has returne ind C. E. Arkansas Palmer, chairman of the Centennial Commissions Blytheville, Bobcats 1 Next Opponent, Smothers Catholic Chicks Run Over Little Rock School, 51 to 6; Pine Bluff, Back in Top Form, Whips Hot. Springs, 46 to 0 SALE 300 Fall and Winter Dresses for Women and Juniors LADIES Specialty Shop eave Saturday night for Washington, and before their return will visit the *few York World's Fair grounds and confer with officials of the'Fair rela- ivc to the Arkansas Display. A con- 'orence has been arranged in Wash- ngton with executives of oil com- janics who are depended upon to sup- xirt the Arkansas exhibit campaign. Mrs. E. W. Frost, a member of the Centennial Commission executive committee, already in New York, will participate in the New York conference, and there is a possibility that Leo J. Krebs, co-chairman, will arrive in New York in time to join in the discussion. Architect Morris Sanders will submit plans further advanced than those previously filed with the Commission, and Mr. Krcbs is expected to remain in New York until the plans have assuVntd definite shape. The Centennial officials will inspect the works of various artists who are submitting bids for mural decorations upon the walls of the display and if it can be arranged, be present at the breaking of ground for the building to be occupied by Arkansas. During the absence of the officials, the headquarters organization of the Centennial Commission will entirely change the county setup for solicita- tio nand rebuild where necessary to bring up the quota of any county. To date only one county in Arkansas has reached its designated quota, Union, but a dozen or more have contributed a major portion. Fully half the counties have made no report of solicitation, and a campaign plan has been agreed upon that'is certain to bring results. The campaign will be con- tnued, through the entire 1938 if necessary, or until the $125,000 needed for construction of the exhibi and its maintenance, has been raised. About $GO,000 must be raised to complete the travelogue motion picture, exhibit it daily, and maintain the display. Chairman Palmer has requested his campaign aides to complete the solicitation by January 1, if possible, but if there is still a balance to be raised ^ at the lime, to buckle down a bit harder and continue until the goal is reached. BLLTHEVILLE, Ark. - Blytheville High School's powerful running attack swept over the Little Rock Catholic High Rockets, 51 to 6, at Haley Field Friday night. The visitors held iBI.vtheville to a lone touchdown in the first quarter and matching the Chicks' score in the second period. Coach Joe Dildy started a complete team of reserves which scored early in the first quarter after marching straight down field on running plays. Monk Mosley passed to Ford for the first marker. Rockets Rally The Rockets rallied 'with a drive to Blytheville's 30 where Dildy sent in his first stringers and Thompson intercepted a pass. Another' interception by Thompson gave the Chicks the ball on the Rocket's 27 in the second quarter and Warto t Lloyd scored. The Rockets still were in the bal: game, however, and Hart and Davis smacked the.Chick line for four firs downs, going to. Blytheville's nine Hart fired a pass to Currie for the Rocket's only score but Seery's placement failed. Chicks Begin Scoring Spree Captain Russ Mosley set off th< scoring in the third, cutting back of tackle on a 49-yard run for a touch down. A few minutes later the Chick marched to the Rockets' 11 and War ringlon scored on an end-around. Tlv same play was good for another scori by Young after Lloyd had passed t Russ Mosley for first down on th visitors' nine. 0 and raced for the marker. Try for ioint failed. Tommy Leftwich ended 'ine Bluff's scoring with the most >rilliant run of the game, an 87- yard- Only once was the Zebra goal line hrentened, in the final moments of play when the Trojans were within eight yards of a marker. A fumble ocovered by Pine Bluff ended the hreat. Left Halfback Holland for the Tro- ans suffered a broken collarbone in he third quarter and was removed to a hospital. Student Delegates To • Little Rock Meeting Ten rnemjjers of the $tudent Count cil of Hope High'School attended the state meeting of student government in Little Rock Friday. .Attending were Frex Taylor, Edward Lester, Francis Yocom/Sara Ann Holland, Billy Orion, Mary Sue 'Kent, .Wilton Jewell, Mary Wilson, Nancy Hill and Cecil O'Steen; Topic discussions of student problems" made up Friday's program, the general convention ending »hat evening. With a banquet. Commitec meet- Rarpis Harboring (Continued from Page One) ings were to be held Salurday. Primaries Losses (Continued from Page One) drag him into court, blacken his name and try to send him to the penitentiary." Government Witnesses Frequent references were made by the lawyers in their final arguments to testimony of Mrs. Joseph Armenia and Oscar Pope Muse, government witnesses, earlier in the trial. Mr. Catlett charged during his'hour- long plea to the jury for conviction of the defendants, that the defense had done nolhmg to refute her testimony except try to besmirch her reputation. She testified she saw Karpis and his lieutenant, Fred Hunter, leave Mrs. Goldstein's house of prostitution hurriedly one night after being tipped off by Wakelin and Akers. Mr. Bowers appealed to the jurors not to convict merely on the state- since it would be fairly sure to give htem control of the Pennsylvania party and its 1940 delegates, Guffey has supported the ticket Lewis has been. silerit. Key Contest in Ohio In New Jersey former Senator War ren W. Harbour, one-time boxing .champ, seeks to beat William H. J. Ely former WPA administrator blessed by hte New Deal and Boss Hague. Barbpur, who stands well with labor says.-Ely will be a "rubber stamp. Republicans cite rumors,that Hagu isn't really behind Ely. Senator Bulkley, colorless supporter of most New Deal Bills, who drew a Roosevelt endorsement in the Ohio primary, may be beaten by Robert A. Taft, a corporation lawyer, son of the late President Taft, and ''already mentioned as a presidential possibility. Additional C. of C, Pledges Are Received The following pledge* to the Hope Chamber of Commerce have been t-e- ceived during the past Week: -Frank Hill C. C. Lewis _...; iiOO R. E. Cain ....... 12.00 •Dr. F. D. Henry '...., ± 12,00 White Star Laundry 12\00 McRae Mill & Feed Co ._ 12.00 Hotel Henry, '. : 12.00 Capital Hotel 12.00 Arch Moore „....'. :... 12.00 . •» * • • • Select Perfumes Way YouDo Hats Like Make-Up, Perfume Should Have a Chance .to "Set" By BETTY .CLARKE AP Feature Service WrHcr .The correct perfume is as importanl an accent on chic as the proper hat or the right amount of jewelry. Madam Jeanne Lanvin, the French dress designer, considers the use'.oj perfume so important that she care' fully instructs all' her mannequin: oh the subject. Don't just dab it on in the most con venient spots and call it done, Shi says. And don't use so much perfurn :hat you might just as well have (taken a bath in it, she warns. Women who know their perfume usually wear comparatively light, no odors. , ;. ,' Connoisseurs tisually apply peTOHMi' lt through atomizers.. A .little ,pe*£u*i* v; goes a long way when an atomize* 'H used, tf the, atomiser happehsiW fai of the leak-proof type there is* al«0 less loss through efcaporatio*. •>*'- , /, A number of experts hold that jJ6** k ,ti fume should be applied to parts «the * body covered by clothing. ttgdd^thaii/ • the scent seems to come from wfthui \ and it blends with the Oils 'ii& th* wearer's skin to hiake a truly Ifldmd* , : 'ual combination, ' ' ••* >_"' When is the best time to put 6n<pB i f \ fume? Fifteen or 20 minutes bef6r6'jfdH ' plan to go out Like make-up, it should have a chance to "set" < How can you tell whether or 4 not * Jerfume is lasting? Put a few drop* n your fingertips, then wash* youfr ands several times. The aroma, from perfume that has reasonably lasting ualities should still be discernible, In the'fourth quarter Huss Mosley I ments of Mrs. Armenia and Muse. The intercepted another pass and raced 35 yards before he was chased out on the Rocket two, Thompson scored. Mosley lateraled to Justice for first down on the Rocket's 20, and Jenkins scored on the end around play. The winal Chick touchdown came when Monk Mosley passed to Blackwell for first clown on Little Rock's five and Lloyd rammed off tackle for the mark- Zebras Smother Trojans PINE BLUFF—Featured by brilliant of t: Pine latter told of having.seen Akers and Karpis around together so much in the summer of 1935 that he had inquired of a police officer whether the two had not become "buddies." •This contest is being .taken'by Republicans as a 'major .New Deal while pointing to some Roosevelt measures he voted against. Taft, out-campaigning him, attacks "planned •. economy," "regimentation," the wage-hour, act, farm act, the reorganization, and Supreme Court bills and "one-man government." Taft will carry Ohio outside Cleveland, where Bulkley may get a big enough majority to save him. Hickory Shade The Hickory Shade Home Demon- teams, Bluff High School Zebras ran over the heavier Hot Springs Trojans to win, 46 to 0, Friday night stration club met the home (Copyright, 1938, NEA Servce, Inc.) NEXT: Senatorial races in the western states. The letter M has varied onjy slightly in design from early Phoenician times to the preseint day. Mrs. W. H. Bruce on Wednesday October 26. The meeting was called to order too-exotic, scents in the daytime Some eyen substitute eau de cologn for daytime wear. They reserve their heavy perfume for the evening. Occasionally, the touch up their furs with the heavie City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY. PHONE 76T NOTICE I wish to express my apprecla* Uoii to my friends for the splendid Life Insurance business they have given me that has made. possible my promotion to a GENERAL AGENT of Northeast Texas, .with offices located :iri Texariana/- I will continue to maintain » ',**', . office - in Hope, -.• any information needed call 686 . ,^-« < . Wayne H England -::?! *1 ><il :! i ; «l «A1 sl Try Us For Your Meat Curing, and Smoking. We Do It Right* * Home Ice Companyt j. . 910 East Third Street I ,• Hope, Ark. •P.V.VJWJV 'S.I I Government Cotton Loans SUNDAY - MONDAY «£E0rtw "YOUR MONEY...YOUR LIFE... THE GIRL YOU LOVE...NOTHING CAN COME BETWEEN US!" » TWi was MM childhood vow they took... awl followed... into manhood! VICTOR McLAGLEN Th, W7(/l WILLIAM GARGAN PAUL KELLY BEATRICE ROBERTS FRANK JENKS Spectacular Drive (Continued from Page One) yards. Hope's chief ground gainer was Captain Dean Parsons. Colcman made several nice runs and played a good defensive game. Murphy, substitute, back, got loose occasionally when given a chance to run with the ball. Hope's line play was dominated by Guards Taylor and Quimby and Parsons. Parsons was shifted to guard position on defense because Taylor had a bad pair of shins. Taylor backed up the line because his injuries held him back in charging. Camdcn's two tackles, McGueir and Stodder, played a nice game. The Panther's chief offense was shouldered by Langley at quarter, Taylor at right and keep their undefeated record intact. The game was played before one of the largest crowds ever assembled in Jordan stadium, and was featured by the crowning of Miss Martha Ellen Allbright as queen of the Pine Bluff band. Four bands took part. Pine Bluff Scores Early The Zezras kicked to the Trojans to open the game. After an exchange of punts the Zebras recovered a -fumble on the Trojan 14, Langston went around end for .the Wirst marker Payne's placekick was wide. In shor order the Zebras scored again, Woodell intercepted Demby's pass in midfield and romped to the Trojan 20. Tommy Leftwich, on an end run, went out of bounds on the Trojan three and ten went voer for the second marker. Payne passed to Robert Hutson for the extra point. The third touchdown also came in the opening period. Langston raced across for the marker. Payne's kick by the president, Mrs. G. L. Ross. A demonstration in the making of rugs of Burlap sacks was given by Miss Melba McKelvey. Mrs. Evelyn Rogers gave a interesting talk on what they done at carnp in September. Several songs were sung by the club. Unlike deaths from most causes, mortality due to excessive heat fluctutes widely from year to year. There were 11 members present and I Charlie Rogers. six visitors. . • Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Bruce. The next meeting will' be at Mrs. Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T. S. McDAVITT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas) \ ,*"* New CHEVROLET 1939 SUN.-MON.-TUE. j- ***,&. ^s-- y>1 ^$>* v **"™*""*' s <. Sttethearts of D half and LaFayette Smith at fullback. Joe Eason, veteran Bobcat fullback, witnessed the game from the sidelines, clue to injuries. The Bobcats play Blytheville here next week. The Starting Lineups HOPE CAMDEN .... Fulkerson Greening Left End Green Stodder Left Tackle Quimby Guttrey Left Guard Ellen Allen Center Taylor Ashley Right Guard Simpson McGueir Right Tackle Turner „ Thomson Right End Parsons Langley j Quarterback Coleman C. Smith Left Half Murphy Taylor Right Half Bundy L. Smith Fullback The 5G-piece Hope High School band ut on n fine show at the half. The >and marched out on the field, lights were turned off and the; band formed a large "Hello 1 with the use of flashlights. The band also staged two other stunts that drew applause from the crowd of some 2,000 spectators. was good and the first quarter ended with the score, Pine Bluff 20, Hot Springs 0. Pine Bluff scored only once in second quarter. Payne intercepted Per- clue's pass on the Trojan 38 and raced for a touchdown. Try for point failed. The half ended, 26 to 0. \ Second Half It was the same old story in the third quarter. Woodell blocked a punt and the Zebras recovered deep in Trojan territory. Langston, taking the ball on his 20, was run but of bounds on the Trojan one-foot line and Robert Hutson went over for the marker. Payne's kick was good. After an exchange of punts Robert The CUllinan diamond, valued at $750,000, once was sent from Africa to London by ordinary registered mail. to her home in Fayetteville after a short visit with her daughter, Mrs. N. W. Denty and Mr. Denty. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Muir and Mrs. E. C. Hosmer of Oklahoma City, are spending the week-end with Mr and Mrs. Frank H. Philbrick. Again More Quality AT SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED PRICES ALL PRICES REDUCED fooM models at much «• ,.eU C. M. Irvin entertained his friends, with a delightful barbecue at his farm Thursday night. Those present were H. B. Tindy, W. D. Citty, Glad Green, Jerome Smith, Milam Greene, Ernest Allen and A. B. Springs from Washington. C. D. Ball was invited, but unfortunately could not attend. .. (MJRO1ES Fl'RST CHRISTAIN CHURCH V. A. Hammond, Pastor Average attendance in the Sunday school for October dropped to 92 last Sunday. If we will all be in our places this week we can end the month with an average above 100. Be in youi class at 9:45 Sunday moning. The pastor will speak Sunday mom- ing at 10:50 on "The Uplifted Face." The Lord's Table will be spread at the close of het service. The subject for the evening service, begnning at 7:30, is "The World's Greatest Symbol." Should there be a cross on every Christain Church building? If you were to build a church would you place the cross on its highest part? Should the Catholic church be allowed the exclusive use of the, cross as the symbol of their religion? You are cordially invited to attend each and every service at the Christian church. You will receive a hearty welcome, you will be blessed in coining, and your presence here will be an encouragement to us and to all who come. FIRST METHOPIST Fred R. Harrison, Pastor -HALLOWE'EN Party Monday 11: P.M. Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church will meet Monday iind Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock for a revie wof study book "City Shadows," by Mrs. Dorsey McRae and Week of Prayer and self denial service. Mrs. Edith Long Kuespert of Hopt underwent a major operation in the Missouri Pacific hospital at Little Rock this week. She is reported doing nicely, but will be unable to return home until the next few days. 10 a. m. Church school with classes for all ages. 10:55 a. m. Morning congregational worship in the auditorium. The pastor's sermon subject will be, "The Urgency of Christ." 6:45 p. m. Intermedite and Young People's Epworth Leagues. fc30 p. m. Evening worship. The pastor's subject will be "Sins of Silence." You are invited to these service o Christian teachinf and worship. There are just three more Sunday: of the present conference year. Al members are urged to attend every sex-vice of these remaining Sundays. PERFECTED VACUUM GEAR-SHIFT greatest driving aid ever developed giving swifter/ safer., finger-tip gear-shifting} Now you can shift gears with the flick of a finger— with only a fifth of the effort formerly required—with your hand always safely close to the steering wheel! Simply touch Chevrolet's Perfected Vacuum Gear-Shift— "the magic finger that shifts gears"—-and a hidden mechanical servant called a "vacuum booster" supplies eighty per cent of the shifting effort! 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