Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 2, 1938 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 2, 1938
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Wedh'eSdaiy,November 2,1038 HOPE 8fAfe, HOPE, ARKANSAS 80 lotig nS there nrc homos to which men turn At close of tiny; So long ns there arc homes where children are— Where women stay; If love and loyalty and faith be found Across those sills, A stricken nation can recover From those Ills. So long as there are homes where lamp* are lit And prayers nre snld, Although a people falter through the dark And nations grope; With God himself back of those little homes We hove some hope.—Selected. On account of illness in the home of the hostess, the regular meeting of the Put Cleburne chapter, U. D. C. has been postponed unlll Thursday, No vombcr 10. Mrs. Finley Ward spent Wednesday visiting with her mother in Mnl- vern. -o- Iko T, Bell Jr., of R-irksdalo field, Shrcveport, La., is spending the weekend with Miss Maggie Dull and Iko T. Bell, Sr. -O- Mrs. Frank Hum-no nnd daughter, Mrs. Percy Sharp and little son, spcnl Tuesday visiting with relatives ant friends in Tux ark ana. SiEIKoEKl WEDNESDAY SPECIAL! JOEL McCREA and ANDREA LEEDS —in- "YOUTII TAKES A FUNG" Mrs. Lloyd Spencer wns a Wednesday visitor with relatives in Little Rock. In celebration of National Girls Scout Week, the 2Gth anniversary of Girl Scouting. Troup No. 1 will meet at 5:30 Thursday morning at the home of Miss Sarah Jane Murphy, East Broadway for an nil-clay hike to Dyke Springs. As n further observance, they will meet Sunday morning at the First Baptist church service. Mr. nnd Mrs. John D. McGill of 220 Pearl street, Little Rock, announce the arrival of a little daughter—Patsy, Tuesday, November 1, at St. Vincents hospital. Mrs. McGill will be remembered ns Miss Elizabeth Mlddlcbrooks, formerly of this city. O'CLOCK IN orothy f«rrls .Mian Roblado (S,A.CE.M.) BIRTH OF A SONG Molybdenite, valuable as ait for steel, has been discovered In gold ,'bearing ore in Eastern North Carolina. At the if f|e • »" * mmsSMWlifa Mr. nnil Mrs. Hugh Smith linvo returned from n three week's visit in the old home town, Siloiim Springs. Mrs. Mel von Warmnek hns returned from a week's visit with Mr. Witrmnck mid oilier relatives in Illinois points. HE lyrical ambitions of a litrie r Brooklyn school girl pointed the fing«r_p< prdmise at i career, of DollyX " At the 03* of f«irt««n Dolly, now DofothyJ She married her boss—and continued their E, F. Bitner.-.Ftlit't^General Mqnqger.1 got q |ob with songwriter Theodore^Mprie^and 'professional life, though »h« always preferred brought back a tun* from England—a'popolorj •wotthrt wit ariDWliioflal lyric/. ~' ljo>rit»jundermq»culm«bs»udonvms.r' " idrinking long.'But Americr •— ' "'---•--• ' THUR.--FRI. CINCCR WEDNESDAY Wallace B E E U Y Warner BAXTER Mickey * n o o N E Y "SLAVE SHIP" THUR. and FRI. GAKY COOPER and HELEN HAYES -in"FAREWELL TO ARMS" Mrs. Lora Junes and children' Burgher and Linda, of Conwny have spent the past few days visiting with Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. Evelyn Verger and other relatives. * The Clara Lowthorp chapter, C. of C. with Mrs. It. C. Whitwurth, director, has the distinction of having wun (lie Ida Morgan Jackson cup for being second in securing new chapter inbmbors during 1937. The many friends of Mrs. G. IT. Martindalc, will be glad to know that p>ho is improving from a recent major operation, undergone in a Memphis hospital. The newly organized Cosmopolitan club will meet Thursday afternoon at I! o'clock at the home of Mrs. George Robison, South Greening street. —O— Mrs. Claude Johnson left Tuesday to join Mr. Johnson in residence in Washington, D. C. Choir rehearsal for the First Methodist church will be held this week at 7 o'clock Saturday evening instead of Thursday evening as heretofore. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen, of Tex- arknna, Texas, formerly of Hope, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Lee. to D. J. Satterfiold, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sattcrfield, of Prbscott. The marriage was solemnized Saturday, October 29, at Tex- arkunn. The bride wore a teal blue ensemble with matching accessories, and a shoulder corsage of sweetheart roses. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. R. D. Allen, of Hope. The young couple will live at Prescott. Working under pressure with her husband Dorothy tried in vain to hit upon.thejde.ajor; Jyrics that.would suitjh0_melo.dy.;'.- — "~7 drinking long.' But Amerjcaji««jdry;emd.« nW lyric was needed.- v - . Finally—in the small hours of the morning—' . Tragedy com*' with, the^flush'of 'success—I the idea came—and_holf.qn.hpyrjaterjht lyric when her husband passed away q's.herjbng hit! s was the fir»» woman popular s • When hog cholera appeared in North Carolina recenty 225 animals wqre yac- cihaied to get the disease under con- tro. THtATW Last Times Wednesday Double Feature No. 1 "White Eagle" No. 2 "Murder in Greenwich Village" —STARTS TOMORROW— 2 Days Through Friday—Matinee and Night.- Lower Floor....25c Colored Balcony.^_15c WHEN BOY MEETS 200 LOVE STAEVED GIRLS Allen Featured in Radio Broadcast Original Musical Extravaganza to Be Heard Friday Night On Friday evening, November 4, radio listeners from coast-to-coast might as well expect to be carried away in ecstasies over an original musical play of love and romance by Grade Allen. Gracie has named her tuneful production "Three Loves Has Gracie of 1938." She says it will combine tht lyric beauty of "I married an Angel," the keenness of "Pine and Needles," the breathless comedy of "H 's a Poppin," and, as far as her own performance goes, the combined ap- pcol of "Victoria Regina" (Helen Hayes) and "Madam Capet" (Eva Le Gallicnne). And, Oh yes, she also adds that there will be a (little bia of "You Never Know," but not a sign of Clifton Webb or Lupe Velez. That is about all the information the erstwhile primo donna would divulge, She wants it known,- -however, thai two of Hollywood's leading^ musica' comedy writers have worked day anc night on the book— the rumor is that during the long hours of preparation Graiie would get the boys all mixed up during the day outlining the plot .and it would take them most of the night to make any sense out of it. She also used two script writers and letters of advice from Beatrice Fairfax, Dorothy Dix and Dale Carnegie. Other leading characters in Grade's big musical show, in addition to Gracie 1 herself,—that is, if they can get a word in, will be George Burns, Tony Martin, Paul Douglas, Ray Noble and a youngster named Dan Cupid, whom Grade has engaged sight unseen because a Hollywood agent told her he would add a great deal to the love interest. So, our advice is, don't miss the season's biggest musical hit—Gracie says it is sure to be a hit because her mother told her so. Tune in on Bums & Allen Friday night and be carried .away. Brunei-Ivory Team I* Entertained Tuesday Members of the Bruncr-Ivory company softball team, city league champions and semi-finalists in the state tournament, were entertained Tuesday night with a fish fry at Fair park. ' Forty-five pounds of catfish, with other food, was served to the team in the exhibit building at the park. The food was prepared by E. A. Allen, negro cook. Preceding the fish,fry, the Bruner- Ivory team plnycd a softball game at the park in which two brothers, Roy and Troy Taylor, opposed each other on the mound. G.O.P, Confident of (Continued town Page One) '" Sin STREE (j iris Sold Into Sloven NEW THEATRE Direct From 3 Solid Weeks Fort Worth. Heart Specialist Tells ^Ailment Greatest Necessity of Sufferers Is "Freedom From Fear" Resources of Arkansas Banks Show Good Gain deposits amounting to ?66,771;003.01 Loans amounted to $29,138,048.39. Blytheville Team (Continued from Page One} played 57 minutes against Clarksville and a minute longer in the Catholic High game. Most outstanding among the reserves is Norman (Monk) Moslcy, the youngest member of the Mosley trio. Young Mosley has been sensational, considering his lack of experience, and has developed so fast that close observers pi-edict him to outshine his illustrious brothers, and that's a pretty big order for the youngster who has to have a couple of bricks and sopping wet to pull the Fairbanks to 145. Yet, ho has poise and steadiness under fire, passes and punts well, and is liable to break into the open and away on a second's notice. He is certain to see action. Record of Team . On the basis of the win and loss column the Chicks can not boast the outstanding record of other years, They have been beaten by Pine Bluff, 7-6, and Little Rock, 33-21, and could get nothing less than a 6-G tie wiU the North Little Rock Wildcats. However, they have little more than workout in the others, smothering Piggott, 73-0, in the opener; beating Paragould 53-0; Clarksville 78-0, and Catholic High of Little Rock, 51-6. Loca enthusiasts believe the Dildymen are just reaching their peak. At any rate the team as a whole has had a chance to develop in the last three games in which Dildy has substituted freely, the first stringers working less than half a game. Sadly lacking in the early season, the reserve strength, should be improved by the time they reach Hope The current Chickasaw edition i five pounds lighter in the line than last year's unbeaten eleven, weighing 188. The backs average 170 apiece thanks to Paulk's avoirdupois. and strong candidate, is one of their best hopes. In Utah, where the Mormon Church violently opposes the New Deal, President Franklin S. Harris of Brigham Young University is the Republican candidate against Senator Elbort D. Thomas, scholarly liberal Yrtember cil LaFollette civil liberties committee.,; Van Nuys Safe 1 Bet'... ••* SCenatbr Fred Van TMuys is a-safe bet in Indiana, although embarrassed by promses he made to expose grafl in the McNutt-Townsend Democratic machine before the machine took him back into the fold. Senator Millard Tydings of Maryland, wh owasn't "purged," probably will defeat his Republican opponent. Former Senator Tasker L. Oddie, Republican, may beat anti^New Deal Senator Pat McCurran in Nevada, but most guessers say not. In Colorado Senator Alva Adams, has been considered safe, although Re,publicans hope he may be dragged down by the weaker candidacy of his running "mate, Governor Ammons. The betting is on Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota, Republican, to former Governor William P. Langer, Independent, and J. J. Nygaard, Denv ocrat. Friends of Senator Augustine Lonergan in Connecticut, colorless non-New Deal Democrat, worry lest he be defeated by John W. Danaher, liberal Republican who has represented labor unions. Gov. Tom Borvy of South Dakota is ipposed by Chandler Gurney, Repub- iean, whose friends think he will win iccause Democratic majorities, even >efore the farm price drop, we^e tiny n this state. Republicans admit to but an outside chance in Oregon, where their man ufus C. Holman is opposed by Willis , Mahoney, liberal Democrat. Democratic senators generally ex- >ected to return are Bennett Clark of VTissouri, Homer Bone of Washington and Carl Hayden of Arizona, plus the southern group. PHILADELPHIA— (#>)—A specialist on diseases of the heart told the Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association Tuesday that 'freedom from fear" was the greatest ntcessity of a majority of sufferers from cardiac ailments. Dr. Paul D. White, lecturer in medicine at Harvard University, declared that a damaged heart "has been looming up as the great orge in public and private health and narrow minded publicity concerning it as the greatest cause of death has sprouted tens of thousands of cardiac neuroses." In the past decade, he said, it has been learned that the heart can recover from damage to the coronary arteries and patients can continue nor- n>W lives. Dr. Alfred W. Adson, professor at the Mayo Foundation graduate school of the University of Minnesota, told the doctors'a large forehead often indicates, "physical disorders," He said "the size of the forehead has nothing to"'do with the ability of the brain." and added: 'Sometimes if it reaches considerable height, it may be an indication for study by the neurosurgeon." A little known vein, tracing between layers of the bone in the forehead of one out of ten persons, was blamed for a rare infection of the skull. Dr. Carl Von Eicken, professor of diseases of the ear, eye, nose and throat at the University of Berlin, showed slides to the convention Inik- ing the vein to osteompelitis, an infection, of the spongy part of the frontal or forehead bone. When the infection is found, he said, it is necessary to chisel out the bone. He explained that osteomyelitis often U fatal because the vein can carry the infection into the brain. LITTLE ROCK—</P)—Resources of Arkansas' state banks and .trust com- parics showed near a million dollar gnin during the fiscal year ending last June 30. State Bank Commissioner Grover Jornigan said the financial institutions showed total resources on that date of $79,016,237.73, compared to ?78,432,927.57 on the same date in 1937. The general condition of state banks he paid, was "healthy." The department chartered new banks during the year at Lake Village, Wilmot and Marion. Four banks at Swifton, Decatur, Hartford and Marion closed during the same period. The department's report was based on records from 171 banks and trust com- ppries. . National banks in Arkansas were not included in the report. The summary showed that on last June 30 the state institutions had §11,568,507.91 in savings accounts, ?35,252,828.33 in checking accounts and total Of 64 elements known to be pres ent in the soil, 58 have been found in plants growing in the soil. ... Quick! use this specialized aid for nose and upper throat.i.wheremost colds start. Helps prevent many colds. VlCKS VA-TRO-MOL SALE 300 Fall and Winter Dresses for Women and Juniors S6.99 LADIES Specialty Shop GAS RANGES-HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Automatic: Water Heaters Butane Gas Systems EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 :t NEW Under-arm Cream Deodorant Safely STOPS PERSPIRATION 1. Does not rot dresses- does not irritate skin 2. No waiting to dry— can be used right after shaving. 3.- Stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. 4. White, greaseless vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Tested and Approved Seal of the American Institute of Laundering for being HARMLESS TO FABRICS. ARRID 39fi and S9i a Jar Experimenters say that some type o fsliark , liver oil are found to b« almost seven times as potent a sure of vitimin A as ordinary cod live oil. Gives Chicken A Lift SOUTH BEND, Ind.—(tf>)-When Mrs. A. L. Stickley arrived home from a drive the other day she found a chicken wedged between the bumper and radiator of her car. She released the 3rd and it walked away ^cackling sourly. t NEXT: House of Representatives elections; decimation of the liberal bloc. Offers to Leave (Continued from Page One) was restrained by an Arkansas injunction from withdrawing the application. Leading the protesters, Gov. Carl E. Bailey said lie thought "Hot Springs National Park needs this radio station," while Little Rock "has all the stations now that it wants." Approximately two-thirds of the nat- tion's meat supply, or 70,000,000 animals annually,, is inspected by federal officials. You Owe It to Yourself TO TRY OUR Superior Dry Cleaning Methods and see (he difference it makes in the appearance of your clothes. Phone 148 COOK'S White Star LAUNDRY & CLEANERS hln \}nt ROLLINS HOSIERY CLUB You buy twelve pairs of Rollins as you need them and your 13th pair costs you absolutely nothing. Xou will enjoy the thrill of getting free stocKings every now and then by enrolling jn our Rollins Hosiery Quo. See these New Shades Roan Mauvette Rusk Ravine mm Brownbilt Shoe Store Government Cotton Loans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T. S, McDAVITT * COMPANY 1 Hope, Arkansas j Selby Styl-Eez Shoes Discontinuance SALE Our entire stock of fine SELBY Styl-EEZ Shoes for women included in this sale . . . every pair must go! Beautiful styles in black or brown kid leathers and a few good numbers in black suede. Sizes from 4j/i to 9, AAA to C. Not all sizes in all styles. All sales are FINAL... no refunds, no exchanges Sale Begins Thursday Morning 8 A. M. AND We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store Geo.W. Robison & Co. HOPE PRESCOTT NASHVILLE

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